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    Poriablo Boat
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nOB. transporting good between Pittsburgh and the
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Eastern- cities without transhipping., This old
established line (being the °ldea portable boat line on
the canal) ii,now prepared to receive produce and
nierehandize for shipping . either East or West. The
boats by this line are commanded by skilful, elite-,
rienced and sober captains, and provided- with good
crews. Boats and cargoes are transferred front 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 tenni as any other line. • -
Thankftil for, and respectfully soliciting a continu
ance of - the - very liberal and growing patronage here
tofore bestowed upon this line, we with confidence
iissure-these merchants disposed to favor us, that their
busittesn .shall be done to .their entire satisfaction.
Goods'.:enrried - 11 us, consigned to either of our
titiolies, will be shippedto their destination free of
charge for shipping, storage or advance of charges.
we hold no interest in steamboat stock, merchants
may depend upon their goods always being forwarded
without ' delay, upon good boats and at the lowest
rates of - freight. • • -
•--- ProdUee consigned to our house at Philadelphia for
sale, will be sold on liberal terms, and advances made
•• either at Pittsburgh or
. JOHN 11CPADEN & Co., Penn it.,
• Canal Basin, Pittsbiirgh
;- • JAMES M. DAVIS & Co., 249 and 251,
aprlo-tim Market st., Philadelphia
Pittsburgh Portable Boat Liue,
eon
-1846
FOR the transportation of freight between Pitts
burgh and the Atlantic cities Via Pennsylvania
Improvements and Baltimore and ' Susquehanna rail
road.
•' The Proprietors of this Old established line, having
completed their arrangements, are prepared to for
ward goods to and from the, East (on the opening of
the canal navigation,) on as reasonable terms as any
other responsible line, and are determined that no
care or.attention on theirliart shall be wanting to se
cure a continuance of that patronage so liberally be
stowed upon them for several years past.
The decided success of the portable boat system,
so manifest in the regularity and despatch experienced
in the delivery of goods, the absence of all risk of
delay, breakage or other damage, incident to the old
system, where goods have to be hurriedly transhipped
three times on the way, and the merchantable order
in which produce has been avowedly delivered by
them, has induced the proprietors to increase their
stock considerably this saloon. Their extensive
warehouses at each point, (uneaqualled by any other
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 guarantee
to their patrons and the public that they will success
fullyexort themselves to give general satisfaction.
Produce received forwarded, steamboat charges
- paid, and bills lading transmitted free of charge for
commission, advancing or storage, and all communi
cations to the following agents promptly attended to,
TAA PPE & O'CONNOR,
Cor. Penn and Wayne sts., Pittsburgh.
THOMAS 11011.13 I IX; F.,
27d Market street, Philadelphia.
-. O'CONNORS & Co.,
North st., Baltimore.
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Bingham's Transport atiOn I. ins
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CONDUCTED on strietSabbath-keeping principles,
though mit claiming to be the only line that is so
conducted. The proprietors of this old established
line have 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
business, and zealous attention to the interests of cus
tomers, will secure to us a continuance and increase
Of the patronage heretofore bestowed on , Ilinghaws
Line.>
Our arrangements will enable us to carry freight
with the utmost despatch. and our prices shall always
he as low . as the lowest Charged by other responsible
lines. .
Produce and merchandize will be received and fur
`warded east and west without any charge for adverti
sing, storage or commission.
Bills of lading forwarded, and every direction
prothptly attended to.
Address, or apply to TVM. BINGHAM,
Canal Basin,' cur. Liberty and Wayne st s., Pittsb'g,
BINGHAMS, DOCK & STRATTON,
No. 275 Market st., Philadelphia,
JAMES WILSON, Agent,
No. 122 Nivrtli Howard st., Baltimore,
WILLIAM TYSON, Agent,
aprlO-y No. 10 West st., New York
Independent Portable Boat Line.
g:Elti 1846 • :-„
v im the transportation of produce and morchan
dire to and from Pittsburgh, Baltimore and
Philadelphia; terwithout transhipping. Goods con
signed to ourcare, will be forwarded without delay,
at the lowest current rates; Bills of Lading trans
mitted, and all instructions promptly attended to,
free from any extra charge for storage or Commis
sion. Address
C. A. McANULTY & Co.,
Canal Basin, Pittsburgh
ROSE, MERRILL & Co.,
Smith's Wharf, Hal thnore
MEARS, RAYNOR & Co.,
Broad st., Philadelphia
Plakwortit's Way Freight. Line.
ijg,) 1846
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XCLL'SIVELY lbr the transportation of way
freight between Pittsburgh, Blairsville, Johns
town, Itollidaysburgh, Water Street, and all inter
mediate places.
One boat leaves the Warehouse of C. A. Mc Anul
ty .Sr. Co., Pittsburgh, every day (except Sundays) and
Shippers can always depend on having their goods
forwarded without delay and on accommodating
terms.
We respectfully solicit your patronage.
enoentETORS.l
•
- J. Pickworth of boats, Nile, Exchange, Paris and
Pacific.
J. H. Barnes of boats, Push and Eaine.
John Miller of cars on Portage Rail Road. :
AGF.NTS.
J. PICKWORTII, Canal Basin, Johnstown,
JOHN MILLER, 9 " Bollidaysburgh
C. A. M'ANULTY Sr CO, " Pittsburgh.
.iy23
MONONGAHELA ROUTE,
VIA. DEGWNSVILLE.
TO BALTIMORE, in 32 hours—fare $lO.
TO PHILADELPHIA in •40 hours—fare $l2.
di A s pi. omit 73 BLILES STAGING!
U. S. MAIL.
The Great Speed, Regularity and high Reputation
already attained _by this pleasant passenger Route,
has induced the Post Master General, to place the
New York and Philadelphia mails to Pittsburgh, lit -
on it.
The superior and swift steamers CONSUL and
LOUIS M'LANE, leaves the Monongahela Wharf
precisely at 8 o'clock every morning, and at 6 o'-
clock every evening, except Sundays. Splendid
Coaches await theirarrival at Brownsville, to trans
port Passengers and Mail, only 73 miles to the Rail
Road at Cumberland.
The preparations on this route are ample, and the
connections complete, so that disappointment or de
lays will be unknown upon it.
By our tickets, passengers can delay at Cumberland
Or a Ilialtintore, during their pleasure, and continue
their journey either by steamboat or cars to Phila
delphia.
Office in the "St. Charles ifotel;' , Wood st. Pitts
burgh. J. MESKIMEN,
IY 3 I Agent.
Fifth Ward Livery Stable.
Zfg(THE subscriber, having bought out the
well known Livery Stable kept by C. B.
Doty, in the ffifth Ward, respectfully informs his
friends and the public generally, that he will keep at
all times a stock of the best 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 terms will be moderate. His stable is on Lib
erty street,.a few doors above the canal bridge,
where he respectfully solicits a share of public pa
tronage. • CHARLES COLEMAN.
ikr lie is also provided with an elegant Hearse,
ivhich will be furnished-when required. 0ct.2.5-tf
Hata 2 Hats 2 I
- SPRING .FASHION.—Just received by
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express front New York, the Spring Style iw*llb
of. Rats: All those in want of a neat superior Ha
are respectfully invited to call. 8. MOORE,
No. 93 Wood st., 3 doors below Diamond Alley.
marll-dw
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Tapseottis General Emigration °Mee.
r -E, REMITTANCES and passag to s,
...430:* and from GREAT BRITAIN AND
Inmann, by W. & Y. T. Tapscott .-
75 South street, corner ofMaiden Lane, New York,
and 96 Waterloo road Liverpool.
The subscribers having accepted the agency of
the above house, are now prepared to make arrange
ments upon the most liberal terms with those desi
rous of paying the passage of their friends from the
old Country, and flatter therneselves their character
and long standing in business will give ample as
surance that all their arrangements will be carried
out faithfully.
Messrs. W. & J. T. Tapscott, are long, and favora
bly known for the superior class, accommodation
and sailing qualities of their Packet Ships. The
QUEEN or grin WEST, SIIERIDAN, ROCHES
TER, GARRICK, HOTTINGUER, ROSCIUS, LIV
ERPOOL, and SIDDONS, two of which leave each
Port monthly, from New York the 21st and 26th and
from Liverpool the 6th and 11th, in addition to which
they have arrangements with - the St. George and
Union Lines of Liverpool Packets to insure a depar
ture from Liverpool, every fir edays being thus deter
mined, their facilities shall keep pace with their in
creasing patronage, while Mr. W. Tapscott , s constant
per-sonal sunerintendance of the business in Liver
pool is an additional security that the cornfortand
accommodation of the passengers will be particu
•
larly attended to.
The subscribers being (as usual) extensivelftmga
ged in the Transportation Business between Pittsburg
and the Atlantic Cities, are thereby enabled to take
charge of and forward passengers immediately on
their landing, without a chance of disappointment or
delay, and are therefore prepared to contractfor pas
sage from any sea port in Great Britain or Ireland to
this City; the nature of the business they are engaged
in giving them facilities for carrying passengers so
far inland not otherwise, attainable, and will, (if ne
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.
REMITTANCES.
The subscribers are also prepared to give drafts at
sight, for any amount payable, at the principal Cities
and Towns in England, Ireland, Scotland and
Wales; thus affording a safe and expeditious mode of
Remitting funds to those Countries, which Persons
requiring such facilities, will find it their interest to
avail themsel yes of.
Application (if by letter post paid) will be prompt
I y attended to
TAAFFR& O'CONNOR,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
mar. 2.7 d&wy. Pittsburgh, Pa
Remittances to England, Ireland, Scot
land cud 'tirades.
DEMONS ,desirous of remitting money to any o
JE the above countries, can do so through the sub
scribers on the most-easy terms. We are prepared
to issue drallti for any amount over £l,OO sterling.—
Remittances made through our house any day before
the :23d of May, will be received in Ireland, by the
20th.of June.
BLAKELY & mrrcirEL, Pittsburgh,
Agents for Roche, Btu's &.
Now York
Paper Warehouse
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TB E undersigned haying bought the paper ware
house and wall paper manufactory, late of
Holdship &11rowne, have entered into a co-partner
ship, under the name and style of Hill & Browne, for
the purpoie of carrying on the business in all its va
rieties..- They will hare alWays on hand a complete
assortment or PAPER HANGINGS AND BORDERS,
of their own manufacture, and their stock will be
improved and enlarged with periodical additions
from the best French factories.
Agents for the well-known Clinton Paper Mill,
Steubenville, from which they will he constantly
supplied with WRITING; WRAPPING, PRINT
ING PAPER, BONNET BOARDS, &c.; all of which
they offer 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.
je.19.416m
New Boot and Shoe Store,
No. 1813 Liberty street,
A few doors above the head of Wood rt.
FOLLANSBEE & HAYWARD, would
respectfully gntionuce to the citizens of)
Pittsburgh and vicinity that they have o•
pened a store at the above named place for the
sale of Boots & Shoes ofall kinds and qualities, Coro
prising an extensive assortment Ladies', Gentle
mens", !disarm', Boys', Youths' and Children,' wear,
allot' which goods they arc determined to tell very
low for rash.
They would rampectfully solicit a call from all in
want of Boots, Shoes, Trunks and Carpet Bags, '&c.
&c., or anv goods that are usually kept in a Shoe
Store, as they are confident that they will lie enabled
to please both in the quality and price. je2o-ti
GEORGE BAILEY,
f'D PLUNDF.I2 AND MANUFACTURED OF
Pumps and Ilydrant
Which arc superior to and cheaper than
any in the city.
Prase to call and cretnzint for yolfraclrrs.
FOURTH STIt ET,
BETWEEN SNITIIFLELD AND ettcnnv Al-1-ET
011ydr.111LS and Pumps repaired. jan l-n•GSdy
TO GARDENERS AND OTHERS.
LAND TOR SALE AT REDUCED PRICES.
THE subscriber offers for sale a tract of land about
three miles front the city of Allegheny between
the Franklin and Beaver roads, containing one hun
dred and forty-one acres, about 14 of which is clear
ed. This land is offered at reduced prices and will
be sold either in a body or divided into Lots to suit
purchasers. Front its convenience to market it would
be a very desirable location either Ihr fanning pur
poses, pasturing cattle or for Gardening.
ALSO,
Seventy-five building Lot; on a credit of ten year.
These Lots are situated on Grant, Wylie, Filth,
Ross and Diamond streets in the third ward of the
city of Pittsburgh, adjoining the New Court House.
Persons disposed to purchase will find these lots fa
vorably located as to health, convenience to busi
ness, and will soon be in the centre of the city. For
particulars enquire of J. C. Cummins, or
jy 2 ____ SARAH B. FErfERMAN.
iil M. MeDONALD, Bell and Brass
:! . 2.77' .- ; Founder. First street, near Market, is
44, •,! prepared to make Brass Castings and
•-•_• t'.- Brass works generally on the most
reasonable terms and shortest notice.
He invites machinists and all those
using brass works to give him a call, as he is de
termined to do all work in his line very low.
may 27-ly
Removed
T K. LOGAN, has removed to No 83, Wood
street, one door below Diamond Alley, to the
store lately occupied by Clark & Cameron, where he
has opened a Wholesale and Retail Dry Goode Store,
and having just returned from the Eastern Cities, is
opening a new and well selected stock of Goods,
consisting of French, English and American cloths,
(all colors,) a great variety of new style Cassitneres
and Satinetts; Cashmaretts, (a new style;) Oregon
Cassimere, a good stock of summer cloths of all
kinds; late style Vestings; also, a great variety of
Lawns and Ginghams; Pyramidical Graduates and
other fancy patterns; a variety of prints 6 to 26 cents
per yard; a very superior lot of white goods, consist
ing of India Linen, Damask Plaid, Striped Cambric;
Victoria Lawn, striped and plain Mull; Swiss Lace
and barred Muslin; figured and plain Bobinets; black
and !blue black plain, figured and striped; a
large assortment of Irish Linens; bleached brown
Muslins; table Diaper; Marseilles Co unterpanes,
(large size;) Moreen; a good supply of Umbrellas,
Parasols, I'arasoletts and Sunshades; a very large as
sortment of men, women, and children's Hosiery; a
very fine article of Lisle Thread 'Jose and Gloves,
and many other articles not enumerated. He would
respectfully invite his former customers and the pub
lie generally, to an examination of his stock, to
which he expects to make additions regularly.
ap4-y
Pittsburgh and Gonnellaville Real Road
Company.
NOTICE is hereby given, that in pursuance of a
resolution of the Stockholders of the Pittsburgh
and Connellaville Railroad Company, authorizing an
increase of the capital ofsaid Company, and directing
an additional subscription, books will be opened for
receiving additional subscription to the stock of the
Company, at the °Mee of Wm. Lorimer, jr., in 4th
street, between Market and Wood streets, Pittsburgh,
on Friday the 4th day of September. The books will
remain open 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 shares be subscribed, or until
otherwise ordered. By order of the Directors.
sep2 WM..ROBINSON, Jr. Pres't.
_Allegheny Cemetery.
IiERSONS desirons of purchasing lots in this
rr Cemetery are referred for information to _the
Superintendent on the grounds, or to E. Thorn
Druggist, corner o[ Penn and Hand streets, Pitts
burgh. By order of the Board. J. CHISLETT,
dec 11 Superintendent.
GEO. G. BROWNF.,
SAML. C. HILL.
loaning a total of 909 Xt. , . 3 42
Affording certain assurance (Ica all losses Will be
promptly noel, and giving entire necuritV to all
Obtain policies from this Compant . Risks tztken at
as low rates as arc consistent wait security.
oct S VVAILIIICIi: MARTIN, Agent.
New -Ilat and Cap Store.
cus.H. POULSON, (late of the firm
Poulson & baring opened hisa,
new store at No. 73, Wood street, nest door to the
corner of Fourth, in now mantillicturing and recei
ving from the Eastern cities a very large assortment
of hats and caps of every description, warranted to
be made in the bent manner and of the best materials.
Otter, Seal, fine and common Muskrat, Scalette,
llair-Seal, Plush and Glazed Caps.
Also, a fine assortment of ladies, furs, such an
Lynx, Fitch, Genet and Coney Mutts and Tippets
and fur trimmings, all of which he offers for sale at
eastern prices for cash, both wholesale and retail.
Country merahants will please call and examine
my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
CHAS. /1. POULSO
N. B. The Fall Faxl , ion for Itars and Cape rece Niv
ed.
8°1)27
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Allen Kramer,
Tl, XCIIANGE BROKEIt '
conier of Wood and 3d
streets. Gold, silver and current bank notes
bought and sold. Sight checks on the eastern cities
for sale. Drafts, notes and bills collected.
Enropean anti American Agcacy.
T "Eundersigned European Agent having again
arrived in America at the regular time, will
leave Pittsburgh, Pa. early in Septembei next, and
sail from New York on the first day of October, ma
king a THIRTEENTH tour through England, Ireland,
Scotland, Wales, and returning to America in 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.;
iegacies,debts, rents, real estate and claims collect
ed and 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 aclrdesspost paid,
If. KEENAN,
European Agent and Attorney at Law, Pittsburgh,
Mr. J. S. May will attend to all European busi
nese in my absence. iota
Gold add Silver Watches
o f thebest manufacture, both of England and
Geneva, in large variety and for sale at the
lowest prices—patterns, new and . of the latest style.
Also, Diamond pointdci Gold Pens, another large
supply,just received of the best make. Also, Silver
Ware, Jewelry, Pine Table Cutlery, Spectacles, Pen
cils, Tea Ware, Lamps, Military Goods &c.
ATEW ORLEANS SUGAR. —2olilids N. O. Sugar
.01 for bale by (je26) JAMES MAY.
i fir_;y
llnsurctitre (companies
This Fraulaln Fire Ineurazice . Coxiiptiny
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_ PHILADELPHIA.
CARTER PERPETUA L. $OOO 400, in of
u fice 164, Chestnut at.; north side, near Fifth.—
Ta*e Insurance, either permanent or limited, against
loss or damage by . fire, on property and effects of
every description, in town or country, On the most
reasonable terms. Applications, made either per-
sonally or by letters, will be promptlyottended to. .
C. N. lIANCKER Prest.
C. G. DANcKr.n, Seey.
DIRECTORS:
Charles N. Dancker, Jacob R. Smith,
Thomas Hart, George W. Richards,
Thomas'J. Wharton, Mordecai D. Lewis,
Tobias Wagner, Adolphi E. Bork,
Samuel Grant, David S. Brown.
PITTSBURGH AGENCY
_ .
WARnrcic MArrits, Agent, at the rachan g e Office
of Warrick Martin, & Co., corner of Third and Mar
ket streets.
Fire risks taken on buildings and their contents in
Pittsburgh, Allegheny and the surrounding country.
No marine or inland navigation risks taken.
'aug4-y. . .
Fire and Marine Insurance.
THE Insurance 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 shipments by the canal and rivers.
_ .
DIRECTORS.
Arthur G. Coffin, Pres•t. Samuel Brooks,
Alex. Henry, Charles Taylor,
Samuel W. Junes, Samuel W. Smith,
Edward Smith, Ambrose White,
John A. Brown, Jacob M. Thomas,
John White, John It. Neff,
Thomas P. Cope, Richard D. Wood,
Wm. Welsh, Henry D. Sherrard, Sec'y.
This is the oldest Insurance Company in the Uni
ted States, having been chartered in 1791. Its char
ter is perpetual, and from its high standing, long
experience, ample means, and avoiding all risks of
an extra hazardous character, it may be considered
as offering ample security to the public.
1
MOSES ATWOOD.
At Counting Room of Atwood, Jones& Co., Wa
er and Front streets, Pittsburgh. oct23-
NATIONAL FIRE
AND MARINE INSCDANCE COMPANY,
New York.
mins well known and respectable company is pre
pared through their PITTSBURG AGENCY, to
make insurance cf every kind connected with risks
of transportation and inland navigation; to insure
against loss or damage by fire, Dwelling iin t , 4o9 ,
Warehouses, Buildings in general, Goods, Wares,
and Merchandise; and every description of personal
Property on the most favorable terms.
Applications fur Insurance attended to without do
ay at the office, No. 31 Water and 62 Front sts., by
SPIR.NGER 11AItllACGIt Ag't.
At an Election held at the office in N. Y.; May
V2th, the f °
011owim. named gentlemen were chosen
Directors of this Company, for the ensuing year,
Joseph W. Savage, Stephen Holt,
John Browner, John McChain,
William G. Ward, Win. W. Campbell,
John Newlloll3e, Jacob Miller,
William S. Slocum; Marcus spring,
John F. Mackie, Joseph S. Lake,
John J. Herrick.
And at a sideiequent meeting of the Board, JO
sErfl W. SAVAGE, Eli., was unanimously re-elec
ted Preeident for the emoting year.
WM. JAM ES BOGS,
an 4-1 v. Secretary.
Insurnitcc
FIRE issuRANcE CCMPANY of
Philadelphia--Charter perpetual—CaPl7:llsoo,
000 paid in. Office in Philadelphia, No. 7 Walnut
street—Wm. Davidson, Preit't; Frederick Fraley.
Sec'y. This old and well established Company con-
Curies to insure Buildings, Merchandize, Furniture,
and Property, not of an extra hazardous character,
against loss or damage by Fire.
Applications for Insurances in Pittsburgh and its
neighborhood will be received, and risky taken
either perpetually or fur limited periods, on favora
ble terms, by GEO. COCHRAN, Agent,
dee No. W, Wood iitrret.
1091 A I/ /: i SG. J. I'INNEY J.
ICING 4, FI.I I INEY,
Agents at Pittslrrgh, for thr Delaware Mutual
Safely Insurance Cora . pmy tf Philudelplaa.
- 1 -I ,lltE BISKS upon Buildings and Merchandize of
every deYcr.ptton, and Mamie kisloi upon hulls
yr c4rgoos of %cowls , Llieu upon flit, Liku.A awl - aie
terms.
Office at the warehnitae of King dr liohnea, on
Water st., near M.iflet street, Pittsburgh,
N. H. King 6: flumey incite the confidence and
patronage of' their and community at large to
the Delaware M. S. Inoirance Company, an an
ioeti
tuuon aniong the meat down:long in Philadelphia—
aa leaving a large paid in capital, which, by the oper
ation of its charter, is constantly incrcaming.-1r
yielding to each person intoned him doe share of the
profits of the Company, without involving him in
any responaibility whatever, beyond the preituum
actually paid in by hitn; and therelbre as peraeaaing
the Mutual twine/pie divested of et fry obnoanma
feature, and in its most attracCve corm no. I-tj
Agency of the Franklin Fire Insurance
Company of Philadelphia.
E. rorner of Third and Wood street, Pittsburgh.
/1111 E. mmets of the company on the first of - Janna,
ry, its published M conrormity with an act
or the Penns-, Legadature, were
Bonds and :liortgages, SGOO„GIT, 93
.Real Estate, at mod, 100,967 77
Temporary Loans, Stocks and 2074t19 7d
Maki.
REFERENCES
Wm. Bell & Co.,
John D. Davis,
F. Lorenzo,
J. Painter & Co.
Joseph Woodwell,
James May,
Ales. Bronson & Co.,
John H. Brown & Co., ,
James M'Candless, Cincinnati, 0.
J. R. M'Donald, St. Louis, Mo.
W. H. Pope, Pres't Bank of Ky., Louisville.
W. W. WILSON,
corner ofFaurth and Market et
1 1 , ts round at. Last, .
, A CURE FOR CONSUMPTION.
Seven Thouscind eases of obstinate Pulmonary
We-ask the attention of the candid to a few con
aiderationit.
Nature, in every part of her works, has lea-indeli
ble marks of adaptation and design.
The constitution of the animals 'and vegetables of
the forest, is such that they could not endure the
cold of the frigid zone, and vice vesa.
In regard to diseaies and its cure, the adaption is
more or loss striking.
The , Moss orlceland, the Wild Cherry and Pines
of all Northeiti latitudes' (and "Dr. WisrAWs BAL
SA/1" is a compound chemical extract from these,)
have long beep celebrated for complaints prevalent
only in cold climates. -Indeed the most distinguished
medical men have averred that nature furnishes in
v ery co n ntry medicines for its own peculiar diseases.
Consumption in its , confiamed and incipient stages
Coughs, Astlan '
a Croup and Liver Complaint form by
far the most ,fatal Class ;of diseases known to our
land. Yet even these may be cured by means of the
simple yet powerful remedies (named above) .and
which are scattered, by a beneficient Providence,
wherever those maladies prevail.
ANOTHER ASTONISHING CURE!
\VISTA-11's BALiIA3I w, GIiERRY, always trium
phanticure follows cure in its onward victorious
career!
DAorrozr, Feb, Ilth, 1845.
.1. W. Whilinare.—Dear Sir: As youare the reg
ular authorized agent in Dayton, for the sale of , , , Dr.
Wistars Balsam of Wild Cherry," I take this meth
od of making d statement of facts to you (which I
hope May be ptiblished to the world) in reference to
an almost miraculous cure, wrought in my case by
means of the above Invaluable Balsam. *.
Language Mils to describe the salutary effects it pro
dueed,';and the great benefit I derived from its use.
The citizens of Dayton and vicinity, well recol
lect that on the: Bth of August last, I received seri
ous injury from; the explosion of a cannon. A por
tion of its contents entered my right side and breast;
and in all probability, some fragments or splinters of
the ram-rod pasied through the ' , plum," and pierced
the Lungs.
•
After the laprie of about six weeks, I was attacked
with a distressing cough and a violent pain in trey
right side. Some ten days after this when in a par
, orysm of coughing, suddenly and ULCER broke, and
a large quantity of very off e nsive matter, mixed.
with blood, was discharged; most of which found
passage through the opening of the wound. From
this epening there frequently passed a quantity'of'
sir, supposed to issue from the lungs. During all
this time my sufferings were almost intolerable.
My pttysiciana, meanwhile paid the strictest atten
tion to me, and' id all in their power for my recov
ery. But with lall their skill they could not reach
ill, seal of ilistress„after the Lungs had become affect
ed. t was visited during this time by at least twenty
Physicians.
•
It was now reduced to a certainty, that infiamatiOn
of the lungs was rapidly taking place; and that this
would termhtate 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 was made acquaint
ed with my situation, he remarked that nothing could
be done by medical aid, if the constitution itself was
not suriicient to throw off the disease.
My friends now despaired of my recovery, and I
had no earthly ground of hope to survive many days.
' Fortunately at this juncture, I saw one of Dri Wis.
tar's Pamphlets, entitled "Family Medical Glide,"
or ••Treatise on Consumption of the Lungs." As 1 1
had often heard of dying men ' , catching at straws,"l
I felt this doing so myself. 13v the consent Of my '
Physicians, 1 sent to you for a imttle of the medicine
described viz: "Wielnr's Balsam Of Wild Cherry,"
which relieved tne almost immediately. After 1
had used some five or six bottles Isofor recovered as
tote up and about. My cough ceased, and my lungs
were restored to a healthy state—all from the heal
ing and I,7ltay infiumce andpowerful medicinal vir
-10c,3 cf lqslors Balsam.
Were it not from the external injury I received in
my shoulder and arm by the explosion, I feel confi
dent that 1 might have been working at my trade
(which is hlacksmithing,) but this has prevented.
By, exposure, I have since taken several severe
colds, and my only remedy has been "the balsam."
And I now 111081 cordially recommend the genuine
ll'istar's Balsam to all who are afflicted with Colds,
Coughs, or Lung Complaints. I consider it an inval
intik, medicine—a real blessing to the world. Any
person flemiring, further information, may call on me
any Wile. yours truly,
CIIRI'STOPHER R. SMYTH.
City of Dayton,
Montgomery en., State of Ohio
Subscribed and sworn tu, hethre me, Justice of
the Peace, thin I Ith day. of Feb. 1&I5.
EBENEZER FOWLER.
T , stiziony of thsee high! Y creditable citizens rf
Day/on, in ranfirmal fon of the abort.
We, the undersigned, being intimately acquainted
with Mr.ti myth, slid having reen and watched over j
him during his late illness, du not hesitate to say
that the foregoing in by no means an croggerated
statement, but is entitled to full credit.
A. L. STOUT,
.1. R. Pl. DODSON,
SMYTH.
iC7 The tree and genuine ••Iriatar's Balsam of
Wild Cherry,•• is sold at established agencies in all
parts or the United States.
. .
Sob! in rime/matt on the corner of Fourth and
:Valuta streets, by SANFORD & PARK.
Geocral Agents for the 4Western Stater.
For male by L 'WILCOX Jr., S. K. cor. Market st.
and the Demond Pittsburgh. to:119-y.
THE WILSON PILLS, as a remedy peculiarly
adapted for headaches rind dyspeptic alf . ections,
are pretty generally known and esteemed in this
communiti; and the proprietor, so often as he has
I occasion to write or speak of them, can scarcely n'
train from no expression of his grateful acArio wfedg
limits to Inn friends for their patronage and kindness
to him. Ills feelingti are the Warmer Poo observing
' the "beginning and the ending"—thrown almost in
juxmposititin—of so many nostrums and kindred pre
parations equally loud in their pretensions, and
much more industriously presented to the public;
while his preparation noiselessly advances, even to
remote places, soothing and comforting the afflicted,
and permanently grafting itself upon the affections
of new friends, thus continually widening the circle
of its usefulness. Although well satisfied that his
medicine has, as it were, a principle of perpetuity in
it, yet he is obliged to his friends fur the must sub
stantial evidence of the fact.
In its natural history, if you please, the Wilson
Pill differs from most other preparations in not being
originally made for sale, or witn a view to pecuniary
profit; while ns every body knows, the greatest tyro
(as a general thing) no sooner begins to dabble in
drugs than lie casts about fir sonic cheap prepara
tion, or must 'get up,' as the phrase is, something—
anything that will sell. Often he attempts it underi
an assumed or fictitious name. as though conscious
his own were insufficient to sell it. The difference
then between the Wilson Pill and the preparations a
have just indicated, would appear to be this: The
consciousness of the value of my pill originated
the idea of putting them on sale for money, and at I
price. The consciousness of the value of money
originates in most instances the many preparations
I have alluded to; and the price most likely , to take'
is always first carefully considered, and the pill or
other preparation made and graduated to suit it. The
one is a DISCOVERY, and comes front 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 the PILL
is the starting point; in the other, the MONEY. But
it is not probable that some of the many prepara
tions having even such paternity wore accidentally
good, but that possibly by this process of "getting
up" as they call it;by pulling 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 oil' never to be 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 for
their discrimination in not consigning my discovery to '
that compenduous category of "inventions that did
not answer"—of "tricks that won't win..”
'rho Wilson Pills are useful as a GENERAL remedy,
and may be kept and taken, in proper doses, in faro
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 of business.
Otr 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
jy22-d&w7m
Pittsburgh, Pa
Philadelphia.
dili. CIIILDS & CO., are now receiving their
spring supplies consisting of one of
. the largest, cheapest and best as- 44gil
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
latest style; together with a splendid assortment of
Palm Leaf Hats', mons' and boys' summer Caps.
Also, a large lot of New York Tanned Sole Leather,
all of which having been purchaied at the lowest
rates, and selected with great care for the western
trade, will be sold eta small advance above cost and
charges. All mereltants wishing to purchase will
find it to their interest to call and examine their stock
before purchasing elsewhere. mar27-tf
MffilEZE
itirbital.
loktinti cured in one year!
Wilson's Pills
Wholesale Shoe Store
E==
e hai.
A Cure follows Cure I - ,
MORE PROOF. OF: THE EFFICACY OF
DI t4WAYNE O S COMPOUND SYRUP
OF WILD 'CHERRY,
THE, pRIGINAL AND GENII - LICE PIZEPARATIOR
CONS,UMP.TION.
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Liver Complaint,
Spitting Blood, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain in
the side and Breast, Palpitation of the Wart,
Infinenza, 0'60 3 Broken Constitution,
'Sore Throat, :Nervous Debility,
and all diseaSes of Throat, ' •
Breast and 'Lungs, the
most effected!, and
speedy euro ever
known for • r'
• any of
the
above diseases
DH. SWAYNE , .S
COMPOUND SYRUP OF WILD; CHERRY
4. Truly WouderfulCure I.
Dr. Siviymm Dear Sir—ln October last,- while en-
gaged with Mr. Joseph Smith, in a saw mill, near
Waynesburg, I was attacked with h cough, from be
ing exposed at night, which gradually increased,
tended with spitting of blood and a severe paimin the
breast, loss of appetite, fever, &c. &c., which-was
scarcely supportable. I had a: who were
wholly dependent on my exertions for support, yet
was obliged to leave my business and return home.
I was then attended by several Physicians; both still
grew worse, until my medical attendants gave me up
as incurable. Subsequently, my wife observing in
one of the public prints, an advertisement of Dr.
Swaync , i Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry„ promni,
ed me one bottle from Francis M'Clure, your agent
in Lewistown, which relieved me. I continued until
I had taken five bottles, lam now able to return to
in) , work again. I write this to offer you my sincere
thanks; and you are at liberty to make it known, so
that if any human being is - suffering as 'I have been,
lie may have recourse to your invaluable medicine,
Yours, JOHN P. BOYNE.
Lewistown, Del.
CONSUMPTION, which Las baffled the, skill of
eminent Medical practi.ioners, where invalids. have
been given up hopeless, by having recourse'td, and
persevering, in, this unequalled remedy, base beeti
radically owed.' There are now in the hands of the'
proprietor numerous certificates of cures; which
would astonish credulity itself, were they made
known to the world.. To- those who are afflicted .
with any of the above diseases, we say,. give' this
medicine a fair trial; you will then be convinced this
is no miserable compound, but a safe and powerful
remedy, and that its curative powers stand alone and.
equalled by none.
Dr. Swayne's Syrup is the only true and genuine
article of Wild Cherry before the public, and we
would say to the afflicted, always look-for the writ
ten signature ofDr. SWAYNI on each bottle betpre
your purchase. Beware, and be not depeived!
Some persons may tell you that some other prepa
ration is aszood. Heed them not. One trial of the
genuine Dr. Sw•ayne's Syrup of wild Cherry will con
vince you that it is the most valuable medicine dis
covereti."
From the increasing demand for the above Article,
Druggists, Merchants, and dealers generalfy, will
find it to Weir advantage to haven full supply of this
valuable Medicine. Remember to enquire for DR,
SWAYNE , S COMPOUND SYRUP OrlY ILD CD ER
RY, as there have been some indii•iduals with the
usurped names of physicians making great etfors
to push a spurious article into the market under -a
fictitious name.
The (original and only) genuine article is only pre
pared by Dlt. SWAYNE, N. W. corner of Eighth
and Race streets, Philadelphia.
Let the advice be repeated,do not neglect a alight
rough; if you do, you may have occasion to regret it.
Why run any risk? Delay has, a pq may again lead
to serious consequences.
IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.---An eicellent
Spring Medicine. Dr. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND;
SARSAPARILA AND EXTRACT OF TAR PILLS.]
These great purgative and purifying Pills are cele-1
orated for the cure of Dyspepsia, Sick Ifeadache,l
Loss of Appetite, Low Spirits, Blotches or Pimpleil
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 Sprin t ; 'Medicine for purifying the blood and
cleansing the body of disease, they are unsurpassed
by any meditine ever yet introduced to the public.
irr Manufacture
ro d and` sold,' wholesale and retail,
by the sole pprietor, Dr. SW AYNE & SONS, N.
W. corner !Lace and Eighth streets,
The only 'agents in Pittsburgh for the sale of the
genuine medicine are, Wm. Thorn, 53 Market st.;
Ogden & Snowden, corner of Wood and 2d st., and
S. Jones, ISO Liberty st., where it can be obtain
ed genuine," wholesale and retail, at proprietor's
prices. Sold by John Mitchell, Allegheny city;
B. Hinman, Cincinnati; Dr. Alegofiin, Mercer; J. It.
Burton & Co., Erie; J. S. Morris & Co., Louisiillei
Dr. E. Easterly & Co., St. Louis; Andrew Oliver &
Co., New Orleans; Denig & Son,: Columbus; Boyd,
Cares & Co., Butler; Mackenzie & Haskell, Cleve
land; Dr. Baker, Wheeling, Va.; Wm. It. Wood,
Maysville, Ky.; Miller, Brownsville; Dr. H. Camp
bell & Co., Uniontown; It. E. Johnson, Cumberland;
J. M. Sharp, Dayton; and by agents in all parts of
the United States. stip IS
Bow,. :OR SUMMER COMPLAINT.—We
confidently recommend and could refer to hun
dreds of our citizens who have used
JAYNE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM,
as a certain,. safe and effectual remedy for Dysentry,
Diarinea, orLooseuess, Cholera Morbus, SUMMER
COMPLAINT, Colic, Cripin ,, pains, Sour Stomach,
Sick and Nervous Headache, ste.
This is one of the most effiCient, pleasant, and
safe compositions ever offered to the public The the
cure of the various derangements of the STOMACH
and tOWELS, And the only article worthy of the least
confidence for curing CHOLERA. INF.4NTUM or
SUMMER COMPLALVT; and in all the aboveklis
cases it really acts like a charm.
CERTIFICATE:
From the Rev, Asa Shinn, of the Protegant Method
ist Church
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 with little effect, was furnished with a bot
tle of Dr. JAIMSE'S CARMUSITIVE BALSAM. Mid he
used according to the directicins,land found invaria
bly that this medicine caused the pain to abate in
lime 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 of pain were perceived, and
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. Froth experience, there
fore, ho can confidently recommend Dr. b. 'Jayne's
Carminative Balsam, as a salutary medicine - for,dis.
eases of the stomach amid bowels. A. SIMMS.
Allegheny city, July Itith, 1543.' •
For sale in Pittsburgh at the PEKIN TEA STORE,
72, Fourth street, near Wood.
Price 25 and 50 cents per bottle
"Ile who in pleasure's doWny arms
Ne'er lot his health, or yoUthfal charms,
A hero lives, and justly can
Exclaini—"ln me behold a man!"
DURING A TRIAL of a number of years, Dr.
Thompson>s PILLS have been found an loyal
uable remedy in cases of indigestion, bilious com
plaints, for derangements of the digestive 'organs and
obstructions, a sluggish action of the liver and bow
els, which occasion snore 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 at the pit of
the stomach soon after eating, w ith 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,2s cents per box.
Prepared by the sole proprietor,
EDGAR THORN, Druggist,
corner Hand and Penn sts., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Also sold by the principal druggists in the city.
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SELLER'S SELEBRATED LIVER PILLS,
which stand unequalled by any Medicine
knoTi for the titre of Liver Complaint, and other
diseases arising 'from a. deranged state of the Liver.
This medicine has been in public nse for about S
years, and has acquired a reputation for curing
the liver Con plaint which has never been equalled
by any remedy: heretofore offered 'to the .public.,
As an Anti-bilious, or Purgative Pill, they are un-1
surpassed and should be used in place of the com
mon pills of the day. Give them a trial and the
truth will appear. Prepared and sold by.
R. E.,SELLERS,
57 Wood sreet.
ITTSBURGII MANUFACTURED TOBACCO
P
20 kegs Pluk Tobacco;
5 66 Ladies' Twist, do;
10 66 Va.l 66 do;
10 66 Cav , d, Is Lump, do;
In store and for sale by . J. &J. MET:VITT,
ap 20 222 Liberty st.
McAlister 's An‘rrealing o,lntanezt.,,
INSENSIBLE PF.RSPIRATION.
. ,
....,zsiLs - -4-..- _ THE preceding figure is,
_._-. ----_,-, 4 #,:-..._--- ~s- - --/..-. given to represent the 1t5.......—_
.......—_ .-_-,... s ' n 'lW. , - - -i---1 snnstreLE PEIrSPI:RATiors.
" , i'
..,0 4 ',7 , ,A,--1 It isthe great evacuation,
---- ' r -- -- 4.1.
,Cril - -.:; , e-1:for the impurities of the
-.----.....--.. •,g "A :"..T : A body. It will beneficed
- -r -- , ''',,r , t ....-----:-.,-, that a thick cloudy mis-
i
\
i-eil: I. issues from all points otj
---- '- ,`, r ~...W,- 7 .-) the surthee, which indi.
- 1 ---- . --
..,:‘ , / ~......,_.'"-;"-:-.-' elites that this:petspira
-1
'`--- __--- ._ -- - - .77 - . '' 1 .., , e-g - ,- •L' ticin flows uninterrupted
~,:. - "- - -;-1--- „ .' . ,. . - -- -f-'=- ly when we are inhealth,
- w - -r - ---47". but ceases when we - are
cannot be sus.
ained without it. It is thrown off from the blood and
other juices ofthe body, and disposes by this means,of
nearlyall - the impurities within us. The language of
Scripture is "in,the Blood is the Life."' If it ever be
comes'impure, it may'be traced directly to the stopl
page of the insensibleperspiration. Thus we see, all
that is necessary when the blood is stagnant, or in
fected, is to open the pores, and it relieves itself from
all impurity instantly.. -Its own heatand vitality are
sufficient, without one particle of medicine, except
to open the pores upon the surface.. Thus we see
the folly of taking so much internal reniedies. All
practioners, however, direct their efforts to restore
the Insensible„,Perspiration. ' The Thompsonian, for
instance, steams, the Hydropathist shrouds us in wet
blankets, the..Homorinthist deals out infinitissimalsi
the
illopathist bleeds and doses.ry us with mercury,
and ' the blustering Quad ( gorges us with pills pills, '
pills. V
To give some idea of the ainonnt of tha Insensi
ble Perspiration, we will state that the learned Dr.
Lewenhock; ascertained that five-eights of: all we re
ceive into the stomach, passed off by. this means. In
other weirdo, if we eat and drink eight pounds per
day, we evacuate five pounds of it by the insensible
PersiiiraliOn.
This is none other than the used up particles of I
the blood, and ther jukes giving place to the new
and fresh ones. To check this, 'therefore, is to re. I
tain in the system five-eights of all the-virulent matter
that nature demands should leave the body. -
By a sudden transition from heatto 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 pores, that overwhelms Man-
I kind; with coughs, colds, - and consumption. Nine
tenths of the world die from diseases induced by a
stoppage of the Insensible Perspiration. I , -.....„.
Let Erie ask, now, every candid mind, Meat celorsei
scents the most reasonable to pursue, to unstop the
pores, alter they are closed. Would you give physic
to unstop the pores? Or would'you apply sotnothing
that would do this upon the surface, where the clog
gin', 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,lllcAlistees All-Ilectling Ointaiint,
or the World's Salve. It has power to restore er- 1
spiration on the feet, on the head old sores, upon the
chest, in short, upon any-part of the body, whe el
diseased slightly or severely.
1
4 haspower to cause all external sores, scrofulous
humors, skin 'diseases, peisoniaus wounds, to ins.
charge their putrid matter, and then heals them. I
It is a remedy that sweeps off the whole catalogue
of cutaneous disorders, and restore the entire cuitcle
to its healthy functions.
It is a remedy that forbids the necessity of so many
and deleterious drugs taken into the stomach.
It is . a remedy that neither sicknens, gives inconve
nience, or is danaerous to the intestines.
, It preserves and defends the surface from all de
rangement of its functions. The surface is the out
let of five:eights Of the bile and used up matter with
in. It is pierced with millions of openings to relieve
the intestines. Stop up these pores, and death knocks
at your door. It is rightly termed All-Healing foi
there is sdarcelyla disease, external or internal, that
it will not benefit: I have used it for the last fourteen
years for all diseases of the chest, consumption, liv
er involving the utmost danger and responsibility, and
I declare before Heaven and man, that not in one
single case has it failed to benefit, when the patient
n-as within the reach, of mortal means.
I have had physicians, learned in the profession; I
hive had ministers of the Gospel, Judges on the
bench, Aldermen and Lawyers gentlemen of the'
highest erudition and - liultitude; of thepoor, use it
in every variety of way, an there has been but one
voice—one united and universal voice—saying "Al-c- I
Allister, your Ointment is good.
CONSUMPTION.—It can hardly be credited that a I
salve can have any effect upon the lungs, seated as
they are within the system; But if placed upon the
I chest, it penetrates directly to the lungs, seperates,
the poisonous particles
.that nre,, , s-onsunimg them, I
and expels them from the system:
I need not say that it is curing personsilf consump
tion continually, although we are told it is foolish.
ncss; I' care not what is said, so long as I can cure
several thousand persons yearly.
!IF A.DACHE.—The Salve has cured persons o r
the Headache of ten years standing, and who had it
regularly every week, so that vomiting often took'
place._
Deafneis and Ear Ache are helped with like suc
cess. !
COLT) FEET.—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 case.
In Scroufla, Erysmplas, salt Rheum, Liver com
plaint Sore Eyes, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Bronehitis,
Broken or Sore Breast, Piles, all Chest Diseases, such,
as Asthma, OppressionX ain, also Sore Lips, Chap
ped Hands, Tumours, Cutaneous Eruptions, Nervous
Diseases, and of the Spine there is probably no med
icine now knoWn so good.
BURNS.—It is the best thing in the world for
Burns. (Read the Directions around the box.)
PIMPLES ON THE FACE - --.Masculine - Skin gross
surface. Its first action is to expel all humor. It
will not cease drawing till the thee is free from any
matter that may be lodged under the skin, and fre
(lucidly breaking out to the surface. It-then heals
When 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 child&
WORMS.—If parents -knew how fatal most me&
eines were to children taken inwardly, they would
be slow to resort to them., Especially - "mercurial
lozenges" called "medicated lozenges," "vermi.
Rips" pills, &c. The truth is, no one - can - tell, in
variably when worms are - present. Now let me say
to parents that this Salve will always tell if a child
has worms. It will drive every vestige of them a
way: (Read the directions around the bor.)
There is probably nomedicine on the fiMe of the
earth at once so sure and so safe in the expulsion of
worms.
TOlLET.—Although I have said little about it as
a hair restorative yet I will stake it against themorldt
They may bring their Oils far and near, and mine will
restore the hair two cases to their one.
OLD SORES.—That some Sores are an outlet to
the impuritios of tne system, is, because they cannot
pass off through the natural channels of the Insensi
ble Persifiration. If sucli sores are healed up the
impurities must have some other outlet, or it will en
danger life. This salve will always provide for
such emergencies.'
RHEUMATISM.—It removes almost immediately
the inflammation and swelling, when the pain of
course ee•ises. •
FEVER:4.-1"n all cases of fever, the difficulty lies
in the pores
.being locked up, so that the heat and
perspiration cannot pass off. If the least moisture
could be started the crisis had 'passed and the danger
over. , The All-Healing Ointment will in all cases of
fevers almost instantly unlock:the skin and bring forth
the perspiration.
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 $5OO on his children without any benefit,
when a few boxei of the ointment cured them. -
CORNS.—Occasional use of the Ointment will al
ways keep corns from growing. People need never
be troubled with them if they will use it:
AS A FAMILY MEDICINE.--No man can meas
ure its value. So long as the stars roll along over
the Heavens--so long as man treads the earth, sub-.
ject to all infimities of the flesh—so long as disease
and sickness 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 tho Alt-Healing Ointment - has
been greatly Counterfeited, we have given this Cau
tion to the public that "no Ointment will be genuine
unless the names of James McAlister, or James Mc.
Alister 4r Co., are warromr with a PEN upon EVERY
label." Now we hereby offer a reward of $5ll 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 &
:Reiter,
corner of Liberty and St. Clair sta. are the whole
sale agents, and L. Wilcox, jr. ' corner Market at and
the, Diamond; iliays & Brockway, (Druggists No 2,
Commercial Row, Liberty st.; J. H. Cassel, corner of
Walnut and Penn streets., sth ward; and sold at the
Bookstore In Smithfield st. 3d door from Second - lit;
and in Allegheny, city by Ii P, Schwartz, and J. Sar
gent; and by J G. Sonitli(Druggist) Eirminghamkand.
D. Negley, East Liberty; IL Rowland; McKeesport;
Samuel Walker, Elizabeth; J. Aleiander & Son, Mo
nongahela City; N. 8.; Bowman & Co.; J. T. Rogers,
Brownsville, Pa; Dr. S. Smith, Bridgewater and
John Barclay, heaverEaar'2o.
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,il itaL
Fifth Street Furniture NiTareroome.,
rinrE subscriber would most respectfully call the
1, attention of the public to his stock of Cabinet
are, possessing advantages over any other mann
blishment in the citp He is enabled
'to sell his Wares at much Jester tif , ..:,..-eFefore, he(
would remind those who want good kur ' 'tura at a
fair price not to forget the right place, No. 27 ,-Fifth
street. (mar 23-d&wy) H. H. RYAN,
Fall Faahlon of Hata.
4 1 D,' At KEEVIL , S, to-morrow, Thursday August
V 441, 27th, a neat and cheap article of Pittsburgh
manufacture can be bad at the above store, ahead - of
fashionable hats impcirted from the East.
& CO.,
islo 132 head orWood at.
An Acrostic.
I - "JUST IN TIME FORSCIIEAP BARGAINS:.
Just received, a splendid assortment 'of Spring and
_ and Summer goods, l
Unsurpassed for quantity, quality or ,
Style. The Ploprietor of this establishment
I Takes great pleasure in informing his friends and the
public
I In general, that he is now prepared to fill all orders
that his -
Numerous customers may favor him with. Wagers
and •
Travelers would do well, in visiting the
Iron City, to call and examine his extensive and well
Made stock of ready made clothing. He has acom
lete 'assortment of
English cloth, to which he would invite attention,
also, • •
French cloths of every color and quality, wich he is
Offering at a very small advance on eastern prices.
Remember at this store you are not asked two prices,
being
Convinced that small profits and quick sales is the
best way to secure custom.
Having in, his employ the bestworkmen,he can war
rant
Every article made at his establishment to fit well,
And to be of the best materials; he would again in
vite -
Purchasers generally to give him a call •
Before purchasing in any other place,
As he is confident that he can sell them as good goods
Reasonable prices as any house in this city,
Going- so Er as to say a little cheaper. • '
All his goods are new, and of handsome patterns
• purchased •
In the the east but a fcw weeksmince. The subscri
ber
Now returns his thanks to his friends and the_publin
in general, and - '
Solicits a continuance of their favors. .
Iron City Clothing Store, No. 132 Liberty street..
mar 7 C. M,CLOSKEY..._
Three Big Doors Clothing Store.
N 0.151, Liberty street.
MHE Proprietors of this old and highly popular es.
stablishment informs his friends and the public
at, large, that a portion of his 'Spring arrd Stumnor
Stock of
. . .
READY MADE CLOTHING, -`
Is now prepared for their inspection, andle respect..
fully invites all who contemplate purchasing articles
in his line to pay hima visit. His stock this season
is peculiarly rich; comprising all the latest Fashione
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,-as be
ing of the very best quality. His Inge assortment of
.DRESS COATS,
Is made in the most modem and improved . style, and
the workmanship cannot be excelled. Pants. qr.,-
ery desaription, Satin ¢ Fancy.trests. He bas a rare
and beautiful assortment of
- YESTINGS, -
To which he Would call .the attention of public as he
believes them to be more Beautiful and Cheaper,
Than anything of the kind that has been offered
heretofore. I ,
- .
' . Tweed and other coats, for Summer wear, Tn
great variety and made in every style, Fashianable
Shirts, Latest Style of Storks, Suspenders of-every
descriptions, Handkerchiefs, anil every other article
necessary for a Fashionabie Dress.
He has a very large and excellent assortment' at
Substantial Clothing, which will be - sold lower than
it can be purchased at any other place in the city. 7. -ta
which be would invite the 'attention of - workingmen
and others who wish servicable 'clothing for every
daps W ear..; - 4
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.
lance and variety cannot be equalled, he is prepar
ed
TO MAKE CLOTHES TO ORDER,
At the shortest notice, and in a style that Cannet he
Surpassed.
DO NOT PASS THE THEE DIG DOOMS:: 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 find it their interest to deal at his establishment.
The proprietor would take this opportunity to ten=
der his sincere thanks to the public for.the unprece
dented patronage bestowed upon his establishment,
and as the success hehas met -with is an indication
that his efforts to pleas his patrons, have not been
unavailing; he pledges himself that nothing shall be
omitted on his part to secure their kindness for the
future. - JOHN IIIeCLOSKEY, '
Three Big Doors,
151 Liberty et _
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J. S. Lawry, hlercliant, Tailor.
11 - TOULD inform his friends and the - public - in
II general; that he has removed to Wood Street,
in the ST. Ctrantrs building, two. doors below the
entrance, where he is ready to execute all orders ht
the neatest and most fashionable meaner, having enL
• gaged the services of Mr. Tons M. CAIIPELI. as cut
ter, whose attention will be devoted to that branch
ofthe trade and whose well known ability in this par- -
ticular basing long. been established in the fashion
able comnlunity of this city, induces thee - belief that
by close attention to business, The will be able to
give general satisfaction to all who may favor bins
with a call—having also made arrangements to - -keep
constantly on hand a geberal assortment of every
thing adapted to gentlemen's wear, such as Cloths,
Cassiineres; Vestings, Shirts, Drawers, Bosoms, Sus
penders, Gloves, Cravats, and every article pertain
ing to a gentle mans wardrobe, he will be ready at
all times 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 Tailoringline, with a punc
tuality and despatch scarcely equalled by any other
in the city, and for style and workmanship nor. stir
passed by any in the states.
ang22-‘l3m JNO. M. CAMPBELL."_:'
YUST RECEIVED--.. 4 splendid assortment of
Summer Cassimeres, Gingliams, and Gam
broons, suitable for coats and pants; a large stock of
fancy Summer Stuffs; fancy Cotton Cloths, a new at.-
ticle Oregon Cassimeres; . Gold Mixed -Tweeds and
Berkshire; 10 dozen - white shirt Linen Bosoms and
Collars. • -
Also, a great variety of fancy -shirt striped Ging
hams, &c.; a splendid assortment of Summer Cra
vats, Marseilles, Silk, Satin and other Vestings : ot
superior styles and qnality; Socks, Handkerchiefs,
Stocks, Bosoms, Collars' Lisle Gloves, and.all kinds
.
of gentlemen's wear, ready made, or got np toOrder
at the shortest notice, and at the lowest prices, by
W. B. SHAFFER,
Pittsburgh • ClOthing Store,
jc3 corner of Wood and Water st.s.
Caul be Beat.
lir. WHITE has just received at his large
establisimient, fronting on Liberty and Sixth
streets, a splendid assortment of TWEEDS for
Summer; also, a superior lot of French SatinVES
TINGS, all of v,lich he is ready to .make: up in
the latest fashion and on the.most reasonable terms
as usual. Observe the corner, No 167 Liberty
and Si.xth streets.
tnyl , t J. AL WHITE, Tailor Pro rietor.
To Arnis: To Ainta
A7- I) .„THI2EATENED INVASION OF WEST
ERNPENNSYLVA.NIA by Swift,_
with 10,000 men, notwithstuading which, J. M..
White will continue to sell clothing cheaper than
any has heretofore been offered in the western court- .
try, having the largest establishment in the city,
fronting on Liberty and Sixth streets. now
prepared to show to his numerous patrons thereat-.
est variety of cloths, cassimeres, vestings, an
thing of all descriptions, suitable for the approaching
section, that has ever been offered in this ;market, to .
which all can have the Right of .Way. Observe the
corner, N 0.167, Liberty:and Sixth streets.
J.M. WRITE, Tailor
Proprietor..
Veilitinn
A WESTERVELT, the old and well knows A
Venitian Blind Maker, formerly of Second
and Fourth sts., takes this method to inform his many
friends of the fact that his Factory is now in full 'op.
eration on St. Clair st., <near the old Allegheny
Bridge, *here a constant supply of Blinds of various,
colors and qualities, is constantly kept on hand anal
at all prices, from twenty-cents up to suit customers,
N. B. If required, Blinds will be put up so, that
in case of alarm by fire or otherwise, they may be
removed without the alder a screw-driver, and with
the same facility that any other piece of faritittue
can be removed, and without any extra expense.
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