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Mltilt-the transportaiion of freight between Pitts
bbrgh and the , Atlantie Cities, via. Pennityliania
Improvements and Baltirno;e 'and Susguehattul rail-
The l'roprietors of this old eitablisliediine, having
completed • their arrangements, ate - ptepirod td Ter-.
ward goods to and-from the last
. (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 their part shill be wanting to se
cure a continuance Of that patronage so liberally be
stowed upon their for several years past.
The deciidid success of the portable boat system',
so manifest io the regularity and despatch experienced
itithe'delivery of goods, the absence of all risk - of
dblay, breakage or other damage, incident to the old
system, where goods have to be hurriedly transhipped
three timeson the way, and the merchantable order
in which produce has peen avowedly deliVered by
them, has induced' the proprietors to increase their
stock considerably this season.. Their extensive
warehMises at eachpoint, (uneaqualled by any othe
llne,) 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 suffCient guarantee
to their patrons and the public that they Will `success
fatly exart themselves to give general satisfaction.
• Produce received forwarded, steamboat charges
paid, and hills lading transmitted free orchargt for
commission, advancing or storage, and all communi
cations to the following agents promptly attended to:
TAAFFE & O'CONNOR,
Cor. Penn and Wayne sts., Pittsburgh.
278 Market street, Philadelphia.
O'CONNOItS dr Co.,
North st., Baltimore.
ilingham , s Transportation Line.
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nONDUCTED on strict Sabbath-kceping principles,
NL,I though not cLairriiisg 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
merchandise to and from the Eastern cities on the
opening of navigation.
We truit lhatour long esperiencein the carrying
lidsinens,and Zealous attention to the interests of cus
tomers, will secure to us a continuance and increase
of the patronage heretorere bestowed on ...13ingliam , s
Our arrangements will enable us to.carry freight
with the utmost despatch; and out prices sltall always
be as low as the lowest charged by water responsible
Produce and merchandizp will be received and for
Warded east And west withopt auy eliaige for ativerti
sing, storage or commission. . .
Bills of lading forwarded, and every, direction
Address, or apply to WM. BINGHAM,
Can 4 Basin, cor. Liberty and Wayne sti.,Pit - tsb 7 g,
BINGHAMS, DOCK &. STRATTON,
No. 296 Market st., Philadelphia,
JAMES WILSON, Agent,
No. 122 North Howard st., Biltiniorcs
WILLIAM TYSON, ; Agent,
No. 10 West st., New York
Independent Portable Boat Line
w ait the transportation of produce and inerchen
Idire to and from, Pittsburgh, Baltiznore and
Philadelphia; without transhipping. 'Goods con
signed to'our care, will be forwarded without delay,
at tho lowest current rates; Bills. of Lading trans
mitted, and all instructions, promptly attended to,
free from 'any extra charge for Storage or Commis
C. A. MCANULTY & Co.,
• Canal Basin, Pittsburgh
ROSE, MERRIL+ k co.,
Smith's Wharf, Baltimore
MEARS, RAYNOR & Co.,
Broad at., Philadelphia
Pickworth's Way Freight Line.
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E XCLUSIVELY for the transpervitibn of way
freight between Pittsburgh, Blairsville, Johns
town, liollidaysburgh, Water Street, and all inter
One boat leaves the Warehouse of C. A. McAnul
ty & Co:;Pittsburgh, every day (except Sundays) and
Shippers can always depend on having 'their goods
forwarded without delay and on accommodating
Wo respectfully solicit your patronage.
= J. Pickworth of boats, Nile, Exchange, Paris and
J. H. Barnes of boats, Push and Exoine.
• John Miller of cars on Portage_ Rail Road.
... J. PICKWORTII,.CanaI Basin, Johnstown,
JOHN MILLER,9 " Hollidaysburgh,
C. A. M'ANULTY & CO, " Pittsburgh.
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TO BALTIMORE, in 32 hours—fare 810.
TO PHILADELPHIA. in 40 bouna---fare $l2.
ONLY 73 MILES STAGINO! -
.8. MAIL. .-,, rz-
The Great Speed, Regularity and high Reputation
already attained by this pleasant passenger Route,
has induced the Post Master General,.6 place the
New York and Philadelphia mails to Pittsburgh,
oniG' • .
The 'superior and swift steamers CONSUL and
LOUIS lIPLANE, leaves 'the Monongahela Wharf
precisely at S'o'clock every morning, and at Cr o'-
clock every evening, except Sundays. Splendid
coachesawait their arrival at Brownsville, to trans
port Passengers and Mail, only 73 miles to the Rail
Road at Cumberland.
The preparations on this route are ample, and the
connections complete, so that disappointment or de
lays will be unknown upon it.
tlyour tickets, passengers can delay at Cumberland
or at Baltimore., during their pleasure, and continue
'their journey dater by steamboat or oars to Phila
Office in the "St. Charles lintel," Wood st. Pitts
burgh. • J. MESKIMEN,
iv3l • Agent.
Fifth Ward 'Llvery Stable.
THE. subscriber, having bought out the
well known Livery Stable kept by C. D.
Doty, in the ffifth Ward, respectfully informs his
friendiand the public generally, that ha will keep at
all times a stock of the best description of riding
Homes, 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
His terms will be moderate. Iris 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.
al- He is also provided_ with an elegant Heafse,
which will be furnished when required. oct2s-tl
Wholesale Shoe Store.
1 - 4.• - cHILD & CO., are now' receiving their
spring supplies, consisting of one of-
the largest, cheapest and best as- aegii) ,
sortment of Boots and Shoes that they have ever
I 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
.Leaf, Hats, wens> and boys , summer Caps.
Also, a large lot of New York Tanned Sole Leather,
all-of which having been purchased at the lowest
ratesPand selected with greatcaieXer the western
. - trade, will be sold at a small advance above costand
charges. All merchants • wishing' to purchase will
find it to their interest to call and examine their stock
before purehasing elsewhere. i mar27-tf
Fine Gold Silver Watrilies.
THOSE who wish to purchase Gobi or Sid
ver-Watches, or Jewelry, will find it to theii
advantage to call on the subscriber, who is
' eolling all descriptions of fine gold and silver watches
- micasdtelrenw c ii, i l ti ry c , g. on as good terms as maybe had in the
Fine Gold and Silver English Patent LeXer Watelle
4 , ~ ‘, ' Geneva and French C.
.; « .‘ L'Epine Watches.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine Gold Guard Chains
• Cl CC CC CC
Bracelets, Gold Pencils, and Finger Rings
.Silverware, Military Goods;LaMps, and a large va
riety of Fancy Goods. . -
r Watches, Clocks• and JewelrS , repaired in the
beat manner, and warranted at the.lowest prices.
W. W. WILSON,
corner Fourth and Market ste.
SPRING }`ASHION.—Justi received bYll
express from New York, the !Ssiring Style
or Hats.. Ali. tkose.in want or a ricat duperior Hats
ace reipCetrully invited to call. S. MOORE„, -
No. 93 Wood st., 3 doors below Diamond Alley'
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s o s . REMITTANCES and passag to
- •, a e =and from GStraT BRITAIN AND
IRELAND, by W. & J. T. Tapseatt 4 .16- krAC
75 South street, corneeinflYlaiden Lime, New. Yorki
and 96 Waterloo road Liverpool. • -
The subscribers haVing accepted the agency. of
the above houso,'are now prepared 'to make arrange=
merits ripon- the 'most liberal- terms. With - those desi=
roux or paying:the parialage 6ftheii'friends frontthe
old Country, and flatter themeselves their character
and long standing iti._tinsiness will give ample as
surance that all their arrangementa will be 'carried
Messrs. W. & :J. Tapscott; lure - long and favora
bly known' for the superior class, accommodation
and sailing qualities 'of theit Packet - Ships. The
QUEEN - or THE WEST, SHERIDAN, ROCHES-
T ER, GARRICK, HOTTINGLIER - ,' ROSCIUS, LIV
ERPOOL,' and SIDDONS, two of - which leave each
Port monthly; Gem New York the 21st and 26th and
from Liverpool the 6th and Ilth, in'addition to which
they have arrangements -with the' St. George and
Union Lines of Liverpool Packets to insure a depar '
ture &inn LivernooLeVery fiv edays being thus,enter
mined, their facilities shill - keep-pace .with their 'in=
creasing patronage, while Mr. W. Tapscett , s constant
per-sobal simerint - endance of the business in-Liver:
pool is an additional security that the comfort and
accommodation of the passengers; will be particui
larly attehiled to. , r • '
The subscribers being (as usual) extensively enga
ged in the Tranaportation business between Pittsburg
and the Atlantic Cities. are thereby'enabled to take
charge of and forwatiil passengers immediately on
their landing, without a chance of disappointment or
delay, and are therefore prepared to contract for pas
sage from any sea port in Great Britain or Ireland to
this City; the nature of the buShiesii 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. •
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; Alms affording'a safe and expeditious mode of
Remitting funds to those Countries, which persons':
requiring such facilities, will findlt their interest to
avail themselves of. -.
Application (if by letter post paid) will be prompt
ly attended to
sr ‘ ARRA:SGEDI.ENTS FOR
1 / 4 4**
1 '8 4 6
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• 5 BL.,IKELY 4- MITCHEL, ilzents.
REMITTANCES to, and Passage to and from
Great Britain and reland, by the Black Ball, or
old Line of liverpciol Pockets. Sailing from New
York and Liverpool on the Ist and 16th of every
mouth. And by first class American Ships [Sailing
Persons sending to the ""Old Country" for their
friends; can snake the necessary arrangements with
the subscribers, and have them brought out in any of
the eight ships comprising the Black Ball or Old Line
of Liverpool Packets; (sailing from Liverpool on the i
Ist and 16th of every month,) also by first class ships,l
sailing from that Oft weekly, which our Agents.l
Messrs. James D. ltoche & Co., there will send out
Should those sent for not come out the money will
be refunded without any deduction.
The "Black Ball, or old Line of Liverpool Packd
ets," comprise the following magnificent ships, and
will sail from Liverpool on their regular appointc
day, as follows
Montezuma, 16th " 16th " .16th "
Notice.-It is,well known, that the Black Ball is
the very best conveyance for persons to get out their
friends, and as other passenger agents advertise to
bring out passengers by that Line, the public arc re
spectfully notified by the owners that no passenger
agents, but Roche, Brothers & Co., and Blakely &
Mitchel, arc authorized to advertise and to bring out
passengers by that Line.
We have at all times for the Drafts at Sight for any
amount, direct on the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dub
lin. Also on Messrs. Prescottt, Grote, Ames & Co.,
Bankers, London, which are paid free of discount, or
whatever, in all the principal towns
throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Apply to, or address, if by Letter, (post paid.)
ROCHE, BRO'S & CO.
No. 35, Ftilton street New York.
(Next door to the Fulton Bank.
MR. ROCHE, Sr.,
_Penn street, and Smithfield at.
Eternlttauces to England, Ireland, Scot
land and Wales.
PERSONS desirous of remitting money to any o
the above countries, can do so through the sub
scribers on the most easy terms. We are prepared
to issue drafts for any amount over 11,00 sterling.—
Remittances made through our house any day before
the 23d of May, will be received .in Ireland, by the
20th of June.
THE undersigned having bought the paper ware
house and wall paper manufactory, late of
Headship & Browne, have enteretrinto a cm-partner
slap, under the name and style of fill &Browne, for
the purpose of carrying on the business in all its va
rieties. They will have abkays on hand a complete
assortment of PAPER HANGINGS AND BORDERS,
of their own manufacture, and their stock will be
improved and enlarged with periodizal additions
from'the best French factories.
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mar 27 d&-_wy. Pittsburgh, Pa
ROCHE, BROTHERS & CO
On Ist-Jan. Ist May. lit Sept
16th 4 , 16th 44 16th 4,
Ist Feb. to June. Ist Oct.
16th 44 16th " 16th 44
Ist Mar. Ist July: Ist Nny
16th 4, 16th "
Ist April. Ist Aug
N 0.15: Dublin street, Liverpool
BLAKELY & MlTCHEL;Pittsburgh,
Ageins for Roche, Brom Sr Co.;
Agents fdr the well-known Clinton Paper Mill,
Steithenville, horn which they will be constantly
supplied. with WRITING, WRAPPING, PRINT
ING PAPER, BONNET BOARDS, &c.; all of which
they:Offer wholesale and retail, at their store, No.
37 Wocastreet, midway between Fourth and Dia
mond Alley, where country merchants and dealers
are invited to call.
GI O. G. DROWNE,
SAML. C. MIL.
EXCHANGE BROKER, corner 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.
Wm. Bell & Co.,
John D. Davis,
J. Painter & Co. '
Alex. Bronson & C 0.,.
John 11. Brown & Co.,
James .M , Candless, Cincinnati, O.
J. It. ADDonald, St. Louis, Mo.
W. H. Pope, Pres't Bank of Ky., Louisville
MR. DE F'S
,iIND WRITING ROOMS,
corner of Fifth and Market
streets. This is the only es
, tablishment in western Pen-
Sylvania where the theory and pirctice of Book keep
ing can be acquired in such a manner as, to enable
the learner to npply it at once to business. In ad
dition to his usual course of instruction in Double
Entry Book-keeping, he has prepared for the use
of mechanics and others who are not willing to in
cur the time and expense necessary for acquiring
the science upon the Double Entry principle, a com
plete course of instruction upon SINGLE ENTRY 13001 -
KEEPING. _.ecomfortable private parlor is fitted up
for instructing Ladies, either in Penmanship or Book
keeping. Ladies' Class, 2t04,r. H. GelitlemetOs
Class, 10 to 12, 2 to 4, and 7 to 9 r. m. octl
)I.l_'_"'C':'):T:.:A - -til'-i-
Fifth Street Furniture Wareroorns. .
TUE subscriber would most respectfully call the
attention of the public to his stock of cabinet
Ware;,Poisessing advantages over any other manu
facturing 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-d&wr H: H. RYAN
A WESTERVELT, the old and. well- known
Venitian Blind Maker, formerly of Second
and Fourth sig., takes t his method to' inform his many
friends of the fact that his Factory is_ now in full op
eration on St. Clair at., :near the old - Allegheny
Bridge, where -a eonstant supply of. Blinds bf various
colors and qualities, is constantly. kept on hand and
at all prices, from twenty:cents up fo suit customers.
N. B. If requircd,.Blinds will be put up sti r :that
in case of alarm icy fire, or . otheirwisc, they may he
- removed without the aid or a
.Scrw-drivet, and with
the same facility 'thavanyißther piece of furniture
canTbe removed, and 'without any extra expensf.: - . -- -
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ThelnsurancelnsurancecO Company '
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(111A.RTER,PEItiT / TUA:j... - - s 4oo;ooor:paidiff of
1J fice leak Chestnut et., tortliable,.ttear
Take Initiianee;'elitter pernianontoriimited;okainst
loss ,or:dranage by ..ffre, on-prepoity.antLetreets.of
every ilescriptien, in. town or countryon the. most
reasonable; terms,. Applicatioits,inaile either', per::
sonally or by letters, will be eromptly.attended:to....
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C. N. BANCKER; Frost:
C. G. BOrcitEn,fiec'vy. ,• . .
- - • • •DIRECTORS
Cliarles.M l ßaricker, ' Jacob R.:Smith
Thomisl-lart, • •
Thornms . J. Wharton,
WARRIC:X:.MAiLTIN, Agent, it the Exehange,Offiee
of Warribk -Martin, lk Co., corner of Thirirand Mar
Fire 'on Buildinge and theirOntetits in
Pittiburghi Allegheny and the surrounding - ciann try.
No marine' or inland navigation risks taken: ,••
Fire and Idevrine Instniance. -
TUE Insurance Company of North America,. of
Phi lad e plaa. through its duly authorized - Agent,
the subscriber, offers to make permanent and bunted
Insurancei on property,• in this i tity 'and its vicinity,
and on shipments by the canal and rivers.
Arthurfl..Collin, Presq. Bamuel Brooks,
Alex. Henry, Charles Taylor,
Samuel W. Junes, Samuel W. timith, ,
FAN/aid:Smith, Atnbrose White,
JOhn A.: Brown, Jacob M. Thomas
John White, John It. Neff„
Thomas P. Cope, Richard D. Wood, 1.
.Wm. Welsh, Henry D. Sh errard
This is'the oldest Insurtinco,Company in the Dni-,
ted States, having been chartered in 1794. Itsschar
ter is perpetual, and frgin its high standing„ long
experience, ample means, and avoiding all risks of
an extra hazardous character, it may be considered
as offering ample security to the public.
At Counting Room of Atwood, Jones & Co., Wa
ter and Front streets, Pittsburgh. oct23-y.
AND MARINE INST/RANCE COIIIP.ANY,
TIIIS well known and respectable company\ is pre ,
pared through their PITTSBURG AG ENCY,,to
make insurance of every kind connected with risks
of transportation and inland navigation; to insure
against loss: or damage by lire, Dwelling Houses,
AVarehenses, Buildings ; in general, Goods, Wares,
and Merchandise; and every description of personal
property on the most tivorable terms.
Applications for Insurance attended to without de
lay at the office, No. 31 Water and 62 Front sts., by
SPIRNGFIR lIARBAUGH Ag't.
At an Election hold at the office in N. Y.; May
lath, the[ following named gentlemen were;Clioiien
Directors of this Company, for the ensuing soar,
Joseph W. Savage, Stephen Holt,
John 1.4-owner, John McChain, •
Williarn.G. Ward, Win. W. Campbell,
iJnhn Newhouse, Jacob Miller,
WilliaM S. Slocum; Marcus Spring,
John T: Mackie, Joseph S. Lake,
John J. Derrick.
And at a subsequent meeting or the Board, JO
SEPH WI. SAVAGE".„ Eq., Was unanimously it-elec
ted President for the ensuing year:
MERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY of
Philadelphia--Chartcr a rpetuaP-Cupital 500,
000 paid in. Office in PhilacTelphia, No. 72 'Walnut
street—Wis. Dicidaon, Pres•t; Frederick Fraley,
Seey. This old and well established Company con
tinues to insure Buildings, Merchandise, Furniture,
and Property, not of an extra hazardous character,
against less or damage by Fire.
Applicitions for Insurances in Pittsburgh and its
neighborhood will be received, and risks taken
either .perpetnally or for limited periods, on favora
ble ternm, by GEO. COCHRAN, Agent;
`dee 24' No. 26, Wood street.
JOSIAH] KING. J. FINNEY, IR
KING & PINNEY,
•Ibent.e ht Pittthurgh, for the Delatertre Muluta
Sgfety Insurance Cohtpany of Philadelphta.
FIRE BISKS upon Buildings and Merchandize of
every description ' and Marine Risks upon hulls
ur cargikes of vessels, taken upon the most favorable
Office at the warehouse of King & Helmet', on
Water sti, near Market street, Pittsburgh.
N B. King & Finney invite the confidence and
patronage or their fiends and community at large to
the Delaware M. 8-Insurance Company, as an insti
tution among the most flourishing in Philadelphia—
as having a large paid in capital, which,. by the oper
ation oti its charter, is constantly increasing—as
yielding Ito each person insured bis due share of the
profits of the Company, without involving, him in
any responsibility whitever, beyond the premium
actually paid in by hin4 and therefore as possessing
the Mutual principle divested of every obnoxious
feature, and in its most attractive form. nov 1-tf
Agency of the Franklin Fire Insitrance
, Company of Philadelphia.
N. E. corner of Third and Wood streets, Pittsburgh.
assets of the company on the first of Janua
j_ ry, d 545, as published in conformity with an act
of the Pennsylvania Legislature, were
Bonds and Mortgages,
Real Estate, at cost,
Temporary Loans; Stocks and Cash,
Making a total of
Affording certain assurance that all losses will he
promptly met, and giving entire security to, ail who
obtain policies from this Company. Risks taken at
as low rocs as are consistent with security.
oct 8 WARRICK MARTIN, Agent.
Pittsburgh Navigation and• Vird Ingo,
Office, No. 21, Market 'Street.
R. W. Poindexter:
M. ALLEN, Pres't,
norittyr FixxEi. Secretary.
TE. LOGAN, has removed to No 83, Wood
. street, one door below Diamond Alley, to the
store lately occupied by Clark-84 Cameron, where he
has opened a Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods Store,
and baiting just returned from the Eastern Cities is
opening a new and well selected' stock of Goods,L
consisting of French, English and American cloths,
(all colors,) a great variety of new style Cassimores
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 Gingham; Pyramidical Graduates and
other flincy patterns; a variety of prints 6 to 26 cents
per yalit ; a very superior lot of white goods, consist
ing or India Linen, Damask Plaid, Striped Cambric;
Victoria Lawn striped and plain Mull; Swiss Lace
and barred Muslin; fi gured and plain Bobincts; black
and blue black Si lks; plain, figured and striped; a
large assortment of Irish Linens; bleacherVbrown
Muslin's; table Diaper; Marseilles Co untorpanes,
' (large 'size() Moreen; a good supply orUmbrellas,
Parasols, Parasoletta and Sunshades; a very large as
sortment of men, women, and children's Hosiery; a
very fitte article of Lisle Thread Hose and Gloves,
and many other articles not enumerated. He would
respectfully invite his former custoineramnd the pub
lic generally, to 'an examination of his stock, to
which ho expects to make additions regularly.
. 1 Philadelphia.
J. S. Loirry, Merchant Tailor.
WOULD inform his friends and the pbblic in
general, that ho has removed to. Woodilreet,'
in the ST. CIIARLF.s . building, two &ors beloW the
entrance, where he is ready to eiecute .allorders in
the neatest and most fdshionable manner, having en
gaged the services of Mr. Jolter M. CAnem.t. as cut
ter,-whose attention will be devoted to that branch
°fie trade and whose well knon,i ability in this - par-
Omani' having long been established in the fashion
able community of this city, induces the belief that
by close attention to business, he, will be able to
give general satisfaction to all who may favor him
with a call—having also made arrangements to-keep
constantly 'on hand a general assortment of every
thing adapted to gentlemen's wear, such as Cloths,
Cassimeres, postings, Shirts, Drawers, Bosoms, Sus
penders, Gloves, Cravats, and every article pertain
ing to -a gentlumait's wardrobe, he will be ready at
all times to supply any 'demand in his line.- • •
Thesubscriber respectfully informs his friends and
the public generally, that 'having entered into the
above itrrangement the establishaneht ivill be able to
furniab antaitticle - in=tlie Tallor.tnglineiwitlfalpunc
tuality and 'despatch;searcely , equalled , by any other
in4he city, so-foistyle and wor . kmattship nor sur
pixled Jay - any in the.
aug22-d3rn JNO 81. CAMPBELL:
George AV: Riliierd4,
, Adalphi E.l3orie,
David S; Drawl'. z
I James May,
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tr-au7#lni , e4tions OutdOhe - by
-READ, SE WISE S AND USE NATURF. 7 8 •GE.EAT
uiratizpir; THE - ANLIARICAN,
A MEDICINE'OF 'NATURE.
fr HIS Oil is obtaincul from a well nenr'llurksville,
-KoritOcky, the depth cif, 185 feet Imlow the
of the Caith, - And reet throUgh solid rock.
lts 'curative properties'are astonishing, and as
a,-Rem` edial-Agent it :May well be pronounced wen
dean]. ..Since-the discovery - of' this Panabei Of Nit
tore, numbers of remarkiblemures have been effect
ed.by-its'iale:. It harizioderib—. Powerful—Safe - and
Certain in iteetTocts.,. hanliecti used with unpar
aliened success' iii - the tieatinent of the following
diseases :Inflernitnithry'Rlictinatime; Burns and
Scabis Cholie,' Piles, Flatulence,.lntianimation of
thEllidneys; Deafness, Consumptioni,Livev C;Orri!.
plaint, Phthisic,i Scald Head, 'Cancers Weak and
Sore' Eyes, .Bruises ,: Fresh Cuts and Wounds,
Sprains and Strains, Dropsy, Paimiin the Breast and
Side/Tetter,Millueliza, Ulcerated Sore Throat,
Consumption,-Bronchitis, Spasms, Ulcers, Spinal
Affeetione,Strofela;tirßines Evil, Coughs, Syphilis,
RingworMi, all BOwil CoMplaints, all Chronic ,dis
cases,-Immirities of tbe'Blood and General Debility.
It is likewise:Very beneficial for Feuirde Complaints
in-"general; acts as &great Restorative from Langatir,
weakness of Back and Chest, Low Spirits and Exces
Read the- following Cakificates, all of are
authentic; ally the persons therein named are now
living, and won known in Cincinnati and Pittsburgh:
Pririfecnicu Aug '2 1846.
This is to certify that-we have used the:Amerman
.Oil fur the whooping cough, among our children, by
giving the&front 2U drops to a small - tee spordiful at
night,wbich always enabled them to rest well through
the Night. I also applied it to- one of the children
that got ;liar arm 'burnt by: turning titer'''. tea_ cup Of
hot coffee onit, 'teased crying by the time
the arm ',was dressed and bound up, and has never
complained of it sinee. i also was afflicted with a
pain in any Side 'anti breast, and. have. been so for 1,6
years. I commenced using the Oil by taking a. tea
spoonful twice a day and in 3 or four days usteg of
the oil I have ben•verv- winch relieved, and dereally
believe thatit isithe best family medicieethatl have
ever seen.- I applied . it to- one of my neighhoVa'ffir
a strained ancle, which relieved her in a few Mini:Ms.;
We haVe also tatedlthe oil for a stroinedSoint in
own family, which gave ease in.a very:abort time.
We live on the cast side of Penn at., 3:doors south of
Walnut, 1 am how as well as I ever was in my-life.
' - MARGARET 11. SMITH..
This is to certify, that my Sou hail had the Plethisic
for seven years; and was very bad with it; and alio*
12 or 1.5 days !since, 1 commenced giving to him
about 20 Or 25 , drops of the American Oil, twice a
day. which relieved hint in a day of two of his diffi
culty' of breathing, and he is now entirely relieved
or his cough; our borls 10 years of age. We live in
King's Alley. ! icLANOY
Sir: Having been cured ot' a very severe disease
of the eves mid head by the use of Uri... American
Oil, I feel it my duty-to the pudic, as well as to you,
to send you the following certificate: •
I hereby Gelidly that 1 was seVernly afflicted one
year ago last winter, with itflarried,SClre'CYtl amide
very severe pain in my head from my eyes up to the
top of my head,end continued so for several weeks.
My, eyes were so much inflamed and sore 'that I
could not see to attend any business,nor coultll tell
one object from another a few ya rds from me. I
called in a phyaieian, but still got Worse. I also
tried a good many remedies that had cured' others;
but in my case they failed. In April, 1845, I heard
of the American Oil. I plocured a bottle, and lie
fore had used a:half - a bottle - I was enti;ely . well,
and still cantinue'so. will not be without it in toy
house :wiring as I can get the genuine article. I also
gave it to one (limy men that wa i tvworking fur. me,
That had the Letter in his han6 s 6 bid that when he
would grip anything tight in their' -the blood would
buret out, and the use ofhalf a bottle cured...us both.
I would advise all that are afflicted in. any way to
give the (hi a fair trial, and I think they will be
pleased with the effect it will have, Sc.
- -#)ll,ti MURPHY.
Sold at One Dollar per Bottle at Jackson's Patent
Medicine Warehouse, 89 Liberty, head if Wood at.,
Pittsburgh. Tnn ONLY PLACE IN Parsuencti where
the. Genuine American Oil cAu be obtained.
lieware of a Counterfeit article. The Seneca Oil.
put in American Oil-Bottles, and labelled "Amer
ican Oil." It' somewhat resembles the American
Oil, but possesses none of its virtues or healikgpow
W. Jachsori respectfully informs the' Feblic that
D. Hail & Co., the proprietors of the American Oil,
have appointed. him theiriSOLE AGENT for West
ern Pennsylvania. :
An persons:wishing Sub-agencies will apply at S 9
Liberty street 4 as above.
N. B. Snh.agents wanted for every town in the
A great number or crbScat s are on hand yind
can be seen ii the Otfiee, S 9 Liberty street, headot
W00d..:—.. aug 28-ly
SOME Druggists aro misled into the error of huf
fing a miserable imitation of Dr. Smith's Sugar-
Coated Indian Vegetable Pills, simply - because they
can purchase the , spuricusi cheaper. We shall in all
cases expose such dealers throughout the country,
who, after being duly informed of the rascality of
these imitators, buy l aud attempt to impose,upon the
public with such worthless trash. It is not the Su
gar coating alone that constitutes the value of my
Pills, but it is my invention, for which I claim the
right. G. 12P.NJ. SMITH, M.
179 Greenwich at. and 2 Water st. Boston.
READ AND JUDGE-;—IMPORTANT FACTS.
. 100.967 77
. 207,499 72
We, the undersigned, Wholesale druggists in Lou
isville, Ky, are satisfied, from all the information
that we can obtain, shat Dr. G. 11PJAMIN suqrrii
i § the original' inventor pf the Sugar-Coated Pills.
We arc prepared to supply dealers at the New
• Robinson, Peter 4. cary, 492 Main street,
J.S. Morris 4- Co., 461 Alain st.
Rupert .4. Lijidenberger, 511 Main st.
George Lapping 4- Co, 79 Fourth st. o
Bull 4. Alden, 81 Fourth st.
The following from quggists in New York :bows
1 in veuted the Sugar Coated Pills in 1843:
New Yet , Jane 16th, 1544;
We, the midersigned, never aw or heard a,r "Su
gar Coated Pills," until :Dr. G . ,,, enjamin Smith man
uilictured and exhibited them to us about a year since.
RissMan 4- Co. I lallroadway and TO Astor House.
Marl Randolph, M. D. 86 Liberty st.
'llorace Everett, 96 Hudson st.
John C.ulree, 97 Illidson.st.
David Sands, 79 Fulton st.
A VOICE FROM KENTUCKY.
I have been afflicted with dyspepsia in its most lig
gravatettform for three years past, and found no re
relief until I used Dr. G. Benj.,Sinith's "Sugar-Coat
ed Indian Vegetable Pills." After using six Luxes'°
said valuable pills, lam entirely cured. They 'are
a general remedy. J. K. LEEMAN.
Paducah, Ky. Nov. 9;1643.
We certify to the above facts.
Dr. Smith's "Sugar-Coated Pills" arc universally
esteemed in this vicibily. ' • '
BODGE GIVENS & Co, Merchants.
Paducah, Ky. Nov. 12,1845.
At the request of Dr. G. Benjamin Smith's a#ent
we cheerfully state that we visited the office of Dr.
Smith in September last, while in New-York, and
found him to all appearance carrying on a very
tensive business with his Sugar-Coaul Indian Vege
table Pills. The extent . of his establishment would
astonish any one notinitinted in the mysteries of - the
' (Front Dr. Singleton.)
- Smithlnntl, (Ky.) Feb. 24, 1848.
Dr. G. Benj. Sinith.—Dear Sir: Nothing has ever
been introduced that has sold so well and given such
general satisfaction as your Sugar-Coated -14 roved
Indian Vegetable Pills. Very respectfully, yours,
. F. SINGLETON.,
Louieville,(Ky.) Feb. lath, 1546.
Dr. 0. Benj. Smith—Dear Sir: Yru will please send
us 12 gross of your valuable Pats. From — present in
dications we shall sell a large amount of them, -
We find that they go Teri - quick. - Your friends -
BULL & ALDEN.
Louisville, Feb. 13th ; 1846,
Dr. Smith--pear Sir: - About two weeks ago- we
bought 2 gross of your Indian Vegetable Sugar Coat
ed Pills. Though - business is'dull here at this time;
yet we haVe sold them all. You Will please send us
10 gross through Messrs. Lawrence & Keetie, of your
city, who will forward them to us via Pittsburgh.
WILSON, STAItIIIRI/lk SMITH,
This is to certify' that I have used the Sugar
coated pills manufactured by G. Benj. Smith, of-New
York, tor , some time, and believe them to Le a good,
medicine; and .also from enquiry in that city, 1 am
persuaded that he is. the original inventor, and'
therefore,is entitled to,fite benefit of,the inventon.
' . S. WILLIAMS,
aug2l.f Pastor Ist Baptist Church Pittsburgh. •
We have forty letters from different dealers solicit
ing the agency of my Pin, although they had the spu
rious in their store—One in particular:, from NeW Or
leans, which we shall:publish. - •
Principal OfticeotNew -York, 179 Greenwich et;
Boston 2 'Water , .
Kr - G. BENJAMIN SMITH is writtenn - on the bot
tom of every box'of genuine ”Sugar-Coated Pills."
AGENT.- , . William Henderion Druggist, 205 Liberty
Sargritnt AJle,gheny city.
Pirrsuusca, Aug. 14,1846
11.1a.A.11.8terts. al Olutmen..
THE preceding figure Is
- in to represent the IN
31.13 LE PEEISPIRATIONE.
the great evacuation
the impuritles.iif the
It will -benciticed
a :thick cloudy miss
s from all points ,ot
ces - that:Lis perspires
Aen - We are ibliealth — ,,
-Ceanei When we are
A.. Life cannot he sus
tained without it. It is thrown off from the blood and
otherjuiece'ofthebody;anddisposesl thie nieanir;in
nearlyall the impurities within us. - The language. of
Scripture is "in the Rtooctis the Life?? If itever f tm : .
comes impure, it may be traced directly to the stopl
page of the insensible pe:rspircti ion. Thus we sue; all
that is necnadry When thiblaCd is stagnant, orin.
tented, is to open the pores; audit teliees itself from
all impurity instantly. ., Its own heat and. vitality are
sufficient, without one particle - s of' m,edicine, except
to ..epen the ,pores npon..the surface. Thum!C.
the 71bily cif:taking - So muck internal retubdiei ;All:
Mae tioners, liiiwev:er.;, • direet their. effolta to restore
the Insensible tiCispiration.
instance - f ate...ma, the ilydropaildit sbrOuds: us in wet
blankets, the Ilemopathist 'deals but infinitiiisiinals,
theAllopathist bleeds -and it basil -us witiv merCury,
and the blustering Quack gorges US with pills, pills
..To give some idea Of the Amount of the lasensi=
ble Perspiration ,'we will state that the learned Di;
Lewenhock; ascertained ,that•ffre:eiglitii of all we rej
ceive into the stomach, passed Offbyllis Means:* 133
other words, we eat and drink . eight peendif Per
day; we evacuate-five pounds.Ofit by the
This is none other thare'tho'used - up particles
the blood, and - therjuiceeigivirig pent,
and fresh gees. To check this„therefore,
tain in the system five-eights of all the virulent matter
that nature demands should leave the body,
By a midden transition froti&heitt,to cold, the pores
are stopped; the perspiration . cease*, zied - disease be;
gins at once to develop. itself. -Hence, a stoppage o
this How of the- ririginates - so :Many coml.
It is by stopping the pores,that overwhelms man;
kind with co - ughs; colds; and Consumptien. Nine
tenths of the world die front diseases induced .by
stoppage of the Insensible - Perspiration.. • • . •
Let me ask, now, every candid mind r whatzeurse
seems tbe most reasonable to pursue, to unstoplhe
pores, after they are closed, Would you give physig
to unstop the pores? OrwOuld ! yott applysontething
that would do this - upon the Burfaee, where the clogging actually is/ And yet I of no physician
who, makes .any external applicaticai to effect it;
Under these - =cum stasices, I present toophysicirtnst
and teen otheri,McAlister's .itil-ifen/ticg Ointment;
or the .World's Salve. It has pa:write , resiore per;
imitation on the feet, on the - head old sorec; upon tlk
chest; in short, upon any part of the body, whethei
diseased slightly er severely, • - ;
It bas power` to cause all eitetnal sores, serofaloui
humors; skin'diseases, poisonons 'wounds,: to ':die.,
charge their putrid enitteqand tben:fieals them.
It is a remedy that - sweeps &rile whole `catalogue'
of cutaneous, disorders, and•restote the - entire guitele
to its healthy runctiens. . • - 2 - -` • ' ' ' :
It is a remedy that forbids thanece*sityof so-many
and deleterious: drugs taken into: the.
It is a remedy thatneither sicknens, gives inconve.
nience, or is dangerous to thB intestines..
It preserves and - defendstfiemirthen from all de:
rangentent of its
.fenctions. The:wagQ.lS the'Out.
let of •five -eights of the-bile and, uged.bp Matter with;
in. It is pierced Millions of openings tor ie,vi.
the intestines. Step up thesephigs, and doathlinecki
at your door. It is rightly termed.. All-He a ling; tot
there is scarcely a disease, external or hateinal, that
it willnet benefit. I have used it for the last fourteen
for all diseases of the.ehest,•cocsumption,-liv..
er involving the utmost danger and responsibility, and
I declare before Heat:en_ and man:` that, not incing
single case has it failed to benefit, when the patient . •
was within the reach of mortaltneans. ' , •
I have had physicians, learned inthe profession; I
have .had ministers of. the Ilospel,-...Judgeir, - int•the,
bench, Aldermen :••itiad Lawyers, gentlemen of the
highest erudition and, mu/litnite; of the Beer else it
in every variety of way,`and there has one!
voice—one united and universal
Allister your Ointnent is - good,: , „ • ' •
CONSVMPTION.L.It eat.hardlybkeredited that a'
salve can have any effect upon the lungs,' sated a:
they are withih thesystem. Brit if placed, upeethe
chest, it penetrates directly to the lungs, seperates
the poisonous particle* that are consuming--them,
and expels them from the system. •
- I need not say that it is caring persons orcOnsuinp-i
tion continually; al thoughc.We' are told it is foolish.
ness, I care not what is said, -so long as I can eine
several thousand persons -
HEADACHE.—.The Salve 'has cured - persons or
the Headache of ten years,standing,-and who had it
regularly 'every week, so that .vomiting, often took
Deafness and Ear Ache are helped with like sic=
COLD FEET.;-Consumption,, Liver complaint,
pains in the chest or aide, falling off the hair, one or
the other always se - comp:tides cold feet. -
The Salve will cure every case.
In Screeds, Erysipplas, salt Rheum, Liver chin,
plaint Sore Eyes, Quinsy, Sere Throat, Bronchitis,
Broken or Sore Breast, Pil es, all Chest Diseases, such
as Asthma, OppressioriX air, also Sore Lips, Chap
ped Hands, Tumours, Cutaneous Eruptions, Nerinus
- Diseases, and of theSpinethereis probably - no med
icine.now known so good,
. . . ,
BlillNS:Ldt is the best thing in the world fog
Burns': (Read the Directions:lround the box.)
PIMPLES ON THE,FACEMaseilline Skin gross
surface. lts first action expel all humdr. If
will not cease drawing tilbthe Pace is free from any
matter that may be lodged under the skin ' and fre
queatly breaking_ outtu the surface. lithen 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 childs„
woßms.—lf parents knewhow fatal most Medi
cines were to children taken inwardly, they would
he slow to resort to them. Especially "mercurial
lozenges" called "medicate& lozenges," "vermi
fuges" 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 box.)
There is probably no medicine on the face of the
earth at once so sure an& so :stein the expdsion et
TOlLET.—Although Ihavesaid little about it as
a hair restorative yet I will stake It against the world?
They may bring their Oils far and near,iind mine will
restore the htir two cases to their one. ~
OLD SORES.—That some Sores's:6' an oudet to
the impurities of the system, is, because they Cannot
pass off through the natural channels of-the Insensi
ble . Perspiration: If such sores are healed-up the
In - Purities ni - ust h - avre - ciine - 61Ferciiitlet, or it Will-en
danger . life. - 'This salve: Will alWays p rovide fur
'such emeigencies. •
removes almost immediately
the inflammation and *Welling, when the - pain of
FEVERS:L-4n all cases of fever, the, difficultyltna l
in the pores being locked ;up,:•so that the heat and
perspiration cannot pass off. If the. least - moisture
could be started the crisis hai,Passed and the danger
over. The All-Haling Ointment will in all cases 01
fevers almost instantly unlock the skin and bring foith
the perspiration. • ' -
'SCALD .HEAD.—We have cured cases that actu
ally defied everything known, as . well as the ability 1
of filleeu or twenty doctors. One man - told us lie
had spent $5OO on his children without any benefit,
when a few boxes of the ointment cured them. •
CORNS.—Occasional use of the Ointment will 'al
ways keep cornsjtom growing. People need never
be troubled with them if they will nse it.
AS - A FAMILY MEDICINE.—No man can mean-.
ere .its value. • So leng as the stars roll along over
the HeaVens—so lOng as man treads the earth; subL
iect to all; infinities of the flesh
_-Lso long hs disease
and `sickness is knowii—just so - lag will this good
Ointment be used and:esteemed: ' When jean ceas
es from off the earth, then the demand • will cease,
and not till then. JAMES McALISTER & Co. •
Sole proprietors of the aboye - Medicine: Price 25
cents per box.
CAUTION.—As the All-Healing Ointinent has
"been greatly counterfeited, we have given this Cau-
Con to the public `that "no Ointment will be genuine
I unless the names of James McAlister, or James Mc-
Alister 4 , Co:, are witerrin with a . PEN,ttpttt - PTERY
label." Now we hereby offer - a reward of $5O - to
be paid on conviction 'in 'any of 'the constituted
courts of the United Stiteii; for any individual coun
terfeiting our inane and 'Ointment. •
PRICE_ 25 CENTS'PETt.
AGENTS, IN PITTSBURGH—Braun & Reiter,
corner of Liberty and St. Clair its. are the., whole-
Sale agents, and L. :Wilcox; jr., corner Market st; and
the Diamond; ,Hays • & Brockway, (Druggists No 2,
Commercial .Roti!, Liberty at; J. H. Cassel; corner of
Walnut and Penn streets:, sth ward, and sold;at_ the
Bookstore - in Smithfield st., 3d door from Second, st;
and in Allegheny city by."ll. P. Schwartz, and J. Sar-
gent, and by J: G. Smith (Druggist) Birmingham; and
Negley, East Liberty; H. Rowland, McKeesport&
Samuel Walker, Elizabeth; .3 . .. Alexander, & Son; Met-
Lnoitgahelif City; N.B. Bowman &.-Ce.;-I. T. Rogers,
Bicwnsville; - Pa; Dr. S.. - §mith, :Bridgewate r , and
John Barclay, Beaver Pa. ..-......:;585r.20;
Cowit :follows Cure
. , .
BIOIIF. PACIOIrOF.THF EF.} . 7cAcy OF I
Da. • SWAY!** 'co. laroticap :SY-AIIP
0 .I'....iVIXD:;O Y,
TILE ORIGINAL AND GElftql* rip.R.ARTION ! •
CO N S,U P IONV:;• •
Cooghs, Colds, Asthina, Bronclitis3iiveiCoinplaint,
Spitting ,Blood, Difficulty of Broathing, Pain in
the Side and Breast, Palpitation of the Heart,
Anflnenza, Craup,Broken Constitution,.
~.E loi:es l Throat, Neivous Debility?.
and all .dileases :of
. ond - LiuSgss„:the
moat effectual :
Speedy cure ever •
• known for • a•• :.•. •
DR .13iiiIIIA ENE rff
COMPOUND 'SYRUP. or WIER CHERRY.
A Trnly , Wcraileiral Cure!
• Dr.lwronittiDear October lint, while:en
gaged:witlOMriJoirePluSinith, in'a saw mill, neat
Wayetabmg, J yma attacked: with.anough, fronsbet
rug exposed-at night,
.which.gradmilly, ipereased r at,
tended 'with spittingofblead-apd a aesetepain in*
breast, lois of appetite,: reier,!&c. NC"., which•wail
scarcely' Supportable.' I had a 'Family' who; 'were
wholly dependept op. my exertions for aupport r yit.
was obliged to leave' my benne - so' and; return' hotoe.
I was then attended by several Physicians % bOth still
grew worse, until.my medical attendants gave me up
as incurable. • Subscrently,.my wife ohierving 'in
one'. nf the public prints, au .advertisement of Dr.
SwayeesSompound Syrup of Wild Cherq,:proeur
ell,xne one, bottle from Pranchr.3l"Chire, your agent
011itoWni3Orhielirelieved the: • I continued until
r kakpirfire.b6ttleit. lam now able_ to return - to
my ira►k again. I Write this. to offer you nay sincere
tholika,' and, yeti are It libeify to-make it knoWd; eo
ttrakieany Wimp' being is •aufferingne I have been,
he • -• May have recourse your•invaluable Medicine.
Yours, ..• JOHN P. BOYNE:*:
--.ll o 3virloWfli:Deti - ..,... • •• • • •• •
FONSUMPTION, which has baffled the skill of
eminent Medical practrioners, where invalids' have
been given up:hopeless, by having recourse to, and
persevering 18, this unequalled remedy,:hare been
radically cured. There arc now in the; hands totthe
pinpneioi '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, powcrs stand alone and
equalled by none. • ' • . •:'
Di.•'Swayee's Syrup hitha true an
article of Wild 'Cherry before the' public and are
would say-to the afflicted; always look fiir ' -ifirl'iierit;
ten signature ofDr.SWAYNE on each bottleliertire
your purchase. Beyrexe,and•be not. deceired!..-.
Some persons may tell yeti that some other prima
ration is as good.. kleiul them not. ; One trial:4*e
genuine Dr. Swayneis Syrup of wild Cherry WA - Peon;
since you that it is the most 'valuable medicine
coyeiniE''. • '
• From the increasing demand for the above article,
DrUggists, Merchants, and dealers generally will
find it to their advantage to have a full 'supply of this
valuable medicine. Remember to enquire for DR.
SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF :W ILD CHER
RY, as there hale been some individuals with the
assumed ,names of physicians making great .efror s
to Tanaka spurious article, auto
, the' market - under a
.; • ,
,Tlie (original and only) genuine onl y pre
pared by D. SWAYNE, N. W. conieror Eighth
and Race streets, Philadelphia.
Let the advice be repeated, do not neglect
cough; if.you d0,.y00 may have Recision to regret it.
Why run any risk? Delay has, and may again lead
to serious censequenees. . . •.,
IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.—An excellent
Spring Mediciee. Dr. MAYNE'S COMPOUND
SA RSAPARILA,AND EXTRACT OF TAR PILLS.
These great purgative and purifying Pills are celc
bratid for the care of Dyspepsia,
Sick • Headache,
Loss of 'Appetite, Low - Spirits, - Bl otches or•Pimphis
on theikee, or any disensoydrere apurgative or puri
fyingsneificine is required. These pills neither gripe,
produce nausea, or•any other unpleasant sensation,
and as p spring Medicine for purifying the blood and
cleansinethelrsdy oldisease, they are unsurpassed
• by any, medicine eier•yCt introduced to the public.,
ter Minufietitred rind sold, 'wholesale and retail;
by the sole' proprieter;Dr:SWAYNE & SONS, N.
W: c'hrneigtate:tind• Eighth iiireCtr,'Philan. • •••• '
The only agents in Pittsburgh for the iiale•of the
gennine medicinenie, :Wm. Thorn, 53 Market st.;
Ogden &.Sxuawdeg, corner 'of Wood and .2d at.; and
S. Jones, 180 Liberty st.,:where it can
ed:genuine, .wholesale.and retail,-at proprietor's
prices. Sold by John Mitchell, Allegheny city; E.
B. Ilintaan; Cincinnati; Dr:'Mekoffin; Meteor; J. 11.
Burton &•• Co., 'Erie; J. S. Morris & Co., Louisville;
Dr. E. E a ster ly, & Co., St... Louis; Andrew Oliver $t
Co.,- New Orleans; .Deing & Rini Columbus; Boyd',
Cares & Co., Butler; Mackenzie
,8:. Haskell, Cleve
laud; Dr. Baker; ATheeling, Va.. Wm. IL: Wood,
• Maysville, Ky.; Miller Brownsville ; Dr..H. Camp.:
bell & Co., lJniontown;R. E. Johneon, Cumberland; •
J. M. Sharp, Dayton; and by agents in all parts of
the United States. . sep 181 •
Drugs, Drags, 'Drug*
At No, 2. Commercial Row, Liberty streeto.63l/6.17.0
. den Mortar , ' once more. • •.:•
TTAYS lk ROCKWAY, thankful for the liberal pa,
El_ tronage, which they have heretofore received ,
and wishing to merit an increased share,of public pa
tronage, would resOectfully call the attention of the
public to our stopkof goods which we are now re
ceiving for the fall trade. Among Which may be
found in quantities to suit purchasers, the following
Rhuebard Root, LiqudriC.e Root,
Flour Sulphur, . do. Ball, - ••:
Gum Arabic, " RefineV . Boras, • -•-•
Cal>d Magnesia, Sal- Sods, , . • ;
Corti Magnesia, Spanish Brown,
Gum Alocir, Gum Copal, . ; ••
Cream Tarter, _ . Roll Brimstone,
Calomel, - _ White Chalk, ,
Sup Carb Soda, • Ext. Loitwood,', • .
Epsom Salts, • Chip'd do..
Glauber , do. • Madder ? '
Tartaric Acid, ' —Yellow Ochre; -'•
Gum gcaiiimony, • Chronic Yellow; '
li a i copavia; ' do. • Greco, . -
Salt Peue,• . . Rose Pink. . •
Together . with a generalasscirtreent
Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Dyo Woods, avc.'lke., all
of which l ow.t t o sold ,as low &Lac any other house
in the city. .. ea 19
John M. Townsend,
lrittliDDlST AND APOTHF.CARY, No. 4glifor-
IY ket street, three doorsObirre Third street; Pitts
litartih,'will have Constantly On hand a - well selected
'assortmetit ofthe best and freshest Medicinesovhich
he will sell on Outmost reasonable terms. Physt
ciiiiis sending. orders will be promptly attended to,
and supplied Irith: t articles they may rely upon as
neatly prepared fritta'thgt beat materials, at 'any liehr
of the day or night. "•'
Also, for sale, iitteitif ;neck - or fresh and good
erfumery : : :: des 30d:
To: AVazis 2 1 Voi 'Arms
TIIRELTENER_INVASION OF WEST
ERN PENNSYLVANIA. by Col. Swift,
wit 10,010 Men, notwithstanding which; .7. M.
White will continue to sell clothing cheaper than
any has heretofore been offered in the western coon
try; having the largest establishment in the" city,
fronting on Liberty and Sixth streets. Ile is now
prepared to'show to his numerous patrons the great
est variety of clothe, cassimeres, •estinge, and.clo
thing of all descriptions, suitable for the approaching
season, that has over bean offered in this market, to
which all can have the Right of Way. Obserie the
corner, No. 167, Liberty and Sixth.streets.
J. M. WHITE, Tailor,
Can't be Breit:
1 M. WHITE his just received at his large
eStablishment, fronting on Liberty. and
streets, a splendid assortment of TWEEDS for
summer; also, a °superior lot of French Satin VES
TINOS, all of which he is ready to make up in
the latest fashion and on the most reasonable terms
as usual. Observe the corner, 'lB7 Liberty
and Sixth streets. :
myl4 J. M. WHITE, Tailor, Proprietor, •
John D. Davis,
UCTIONEER .& COMMISSION IVIERCHIiNt,
Coiner of Wood and Fifth streets, Pittsburgh;
is rearirto receive merchandise of every description
on consignment for public or private sale; and
long experience in the above busines, flatter' himself
that he will be able to give entire satisfaction to all
who may favor him With their patronage. • 1
, Regular sales on Mondays and Thursdays of Dry
Goods and Fancy articles, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Of groceries, Pittsburgh manufactured articles,
new and second hand furniture, &c., at two o'clock,
Sales every evening Otesviy gas -light. Itigl24
THE ILEIDELBERGi CATECHISM, or. a some
unary of Cbrietian Doctrine as used by the
Gqruiiit lldformedChurch,.Englich and Germane- ,
For Sale at Our more, No. 115 Wood at. Pittsburgh.
jell- SCItIO-1. leliElßLE..l4.BookseAtc%
• • ••••••-..i-4.;:
. . .
.in e bi ret ta fi
Medical and ditiglieil
Health iiihecharm of lifer; ivitliclirift told,
Loie,letters, frierida;all„all, are ationjoyed.!•: ,
-- DOCTOR -BROWN,, a,
sap rromAkepiitern eft
tes, would respectfully en
mice, to the citizens of
ittsburgh, All . .cny and
icinity, that UMW be
>united privately, and
, enitictit his' office on c
ion:apt:l:Alley, a few
lora, flepk( Wood street,
towards the : o4ll-
Dr. Brownhis l parttettlar.ittentioi Unite
reatrnent antl.igation.Of tlsc following disra.
All discasesarising front Irmeurities of the Blood
. . ..
scrofula, syphilis, seminal weeknees,uppotencY,
salt rheum, diseases of the eye
piles, palsey. ,
Dr. Brown has much pleasure' in,announcing to
the publiC, that - heis in possession ofthilatest in
formation and improvement in the teeitinent of
secondary syphils, practised at the .Paris Lock Hos
pital. The modern . researches on syphilis, its
complications and consequences, andthe improved .
modes of practice which haVe.been-inade, known
to the piiblic but recentiey, and to those chiefly
who make thilbranch of Aledieine,,,their particu
lar study and_praitise. . _
• Many new and valuable temedieslnvebeen late
ly introduced, whichsecures.the.patientbeing met.
curialized out of existence 'Strangers are apprised
thltDoctor 'Brown has been:- educatediri_ -every
branch of medicine, and. re.„mlaily, admitted: to
practise, and that he now confines to . the
study and practice adds particuint briartch;tigetlt
er wi th .all cliseaskakof..seinivate or .delieat, nature,
incident to the human frame. No . cureilio . p . isy.
Recent cases are relieved in a short
OUiliterruPtion from b'us'iness.
Alley; at lei? &kat ifiolit •
Wckgratreet, towards the ,gearket.ileoningtitiees
etticilY•c.9n 6 4entilik ' . :P34.2•414".7:E1
Preserve Shp Teeth . ,
- VAR•better isitto cure.the toothachain.Onntnin
etc., by Wheelcr?ei Teiberry Tenth Wash,.
than to suffer tho aching;.also to cure soreness Of the
gums, cure.softness or the gums, stop bleeding t or
the. gums, and always keep the. teeth, gums, atid
mouth Pleasant, and in the best state - of health. •'
'.::Whilst introduting. - -WIIEELER , S TEABERRY
TOOTH WASH to the public,it is the pairrfill (layer.
theproprietor, tio - stide that ui artiele,„whicli is the
otiginil, end Only genuine Tel:berry Tooth Wash, has
beetritnitdtedliyaianterous Tesberry Tooth .Washer;
*Teaticrry. Tooth Pastes, and a•variety of articles with
the flori,' Tenterty'annesed to.them, - when;in rant,'
this article is the first that ever borelhe namir-Of..
Tenberry - and is the: only one'which posseastUr the•
real virtue of the plant,and established all the celebi.•
city for it, which induced others' to maka, nse of Ms
name, though. they never did present its intrinsic to
toes to the public. Ai evidence that it is. the' Brit
preparation of Teaberry for the . Teeth, the - co_pyif
the certified records of the United . Stateil•District
Court is published. , • :•• • : • ,
.• .3,.tut t . . Eastern District of Pennsylruna, to
, • • Wit: Be.it remembered. •That 01/ +the
• %, second day of February, Anna Domini,
.one thousand eight hundred and .fOrty
- ••• ,
Of the.waidliistriet, bath deposited in this Office the
Title of's flookolie title of which is in the words
following, to siie • " • • .
•-.•- • i • TEAIiEIIRYITOOTII '• •; •
The right whereof ho claims an'PrOliriltOrfin con
formitywith the Act of CoOgress, entitled "An Act
to amend the several - Acts respecting CopY Rights."
FRA'S.:•HOPKINSON, Clerk of the Diet. Court.
18.43,Feh., 2d. Copy depOeited. •• • • •
:; - • CHAS. F. HRAZLATT.
_Right for , the IVrapper of the,
Dottle,nhOWitig the Title of the Article in legal lan
gusge,artii granted in-the.legni form, will prore :this
to be the OrginaI.TEASERRY.TOOTH WASH, add
all otlusisprp but imitations, NAtich has. gone putAf
use wfiliteyor the Genuine Teaberry Tooth Wash is
sold.-:Yhenireniember, none is genuine but -
:';'• WHEELER'S. •
Certifiratei tf the Magistrates of the City •af:Ph - ilti
Having made nso of your much celebrated-Tee
berry: Tooth Wash, I feel convinced diet it is the
best article Live over known, and hereby warmly
recommend its use to'the priblic, in genelali:as:a
pleasant and - eflicacioutrarticlo for preserving .the
Teeth and Gnms. ROBERT E. JOHNSTON.
For a number of years my Teeth andOiams were
so much oat 'of order as to prevent me, from eating
with "any pleasure,' and - caused much pain. 'Haring
heard of Wheeliarls:Teaberry Tooth Wash; I tio'reer
-dry that I 'tried one,, bottle of it, and in less than two
weeks my teeth and Giims were sound and, geed . ; I
believe that thins° of it would be itiliantage'tti
inany'others. : J• 'MAZER:
'Cent ifteatia'tfMeiritiers o f the PhiladdAt.
iisdd Wheeler's Teaberry. and
powder, r have foUnd them to possesaatbansing'and
purifying properties, and while. they:l44Sn and
beautify the Teeth, they have a beneficiarefrect tipori
the Gums, by imparting to them Tree and linahtfid
action. F. A. 11..A.YNOLD:
have used When'lees Teaberry Tooth Wash, and
its effects upon my Teeth and Gums has given to me
a high opinion of its merit, . cheerfully •recom
mend it to thegeneral use. '%
Iffy daUghter has used Wheeler's Tetholati Tooth
•Wash (and powder) and has-found its' -effects-to' be
-cleansing and purification of the Gums; and a.sveet
ening of the mouth. 1 have no hesitatitin inietotn
mending it as the most beneficial preparation for the
Triethllheare ever seen. C. J. JACK.
Certifrates of Ladies and Gentlemen of
. is with gratitude that I send the followcing nor
tifientei hoping that many Who Offer will be led by
a perusal 'of it; to obtain Whceler'e, Teaberry Tenth
WaSly, - whieh; article I used,and it: has effectuagy
cured 'tooth-ache, soreness or the 'gunii, rerniqed
scarf from'my teeth, and I fully belicte bas entireli
arrested all decay of them. I trust thatwhoieuf
ler; hiving either of the same species of complaint,
will 'is soon as possible. use Wheeler's Teabehy
Tooth Wash, Hurt they einy be relieied.
"'• I • - — JULIANA CUTHRAL..
!iOwing to having taken cold, but mostly in consei.
queneo of the acid of apaint used in coloringpyiqta,
my. Teeth became very much injured, giving -excru
ciating pain at interva}s for between two and three
,Wheeler'S Teaberry Tooth Wash was Used,
and has entirely cured them, which in certificate
.fiend, that those who , wish a perfect
for painfulteetk, and also: desire . a pleasant Tooth
wash, may with confidence-py. Wheeler's TeaberrY
Tooth Wash. • , , A.TAY4.916.
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"Wheeler's Teaberry Tooth : Wanly' havingzre
moved scurf and cured sorenesa.of the gums, which
}tad troubled ins for:two ye.ars,it.,is my. belief that it
is. a highly useful article, and that. it is advistble to
those who suffer with the Teeth and Gums to make "
use of it. .'• - 'MARY SULLIVAN.
'.• • - •
•.: “YourTeaberry Tooth Wailteuted the tooth-ncfie
and also soreness of the. gums in tor family, and. I
send you this certificate, that thoso who suffer - with
tooth-acho-or soreness of the gums, may know that
it is a remcdyTor them,hnd ti•vicry pleasant• Tooth
Wash. -•• FRAS. PREVOST,' •
W. Wheeler. • No: 148 • Catharine street.:
• 3• "Wheeler's Teaberry Tooth Wash'' , having cured
'toreiiess of the gams; and . effeetually•stoprimlbleed-
Mg '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 use Wheeler's Teaberry Tooth
Wash„lor the Teeth and GUI7III will find that it is an
important article. THOMAS J. M'CURBY; —.
• No. 238, Callowhill at.
.' From much severe affliction of myself, and others
of my family, with
,decayed . Teeth and sore Gams,
and tho many respectable testimonials highly in favor
of 'WHEELER'S TEABERRY TOOTH WASH, I
was induced so give it a trial, after which my. &billy
.iised it, and I rejoice to say that it did perform a
thorough and effectual cure for all; and is the beet
article that I ever knew of. I would recommend its
- tpie to those who may be suffering. .
JESSE MOORE; ..
NA. 127, Market street.
Many more testimonials are existing approving of
“Wheeler's Teaborry Tooth Wish." .
bold at WM. JACKSON'S Store,"No. 69 Liberty
siodet, Pittsburgh, head, of Wood etreet.• .
::'Principal Office, At!. 86 CliosmkteL,PhilOchrhia.
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