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Improvetneunt,azul Baltimore nod Susquehanna rail-
Whe Proprigtorsef this ohl established line, having
completerVtlieir,arraugumetits, are prepared to for
waird.--goods to and from the East (on the opening of
the canal - navigation.,) on •as reasonable terms aaany
other responsible acid are determined that no
owilliMesttcotigira.orptheir. part shall be wanting to se
cube lc continuance of _that Patronage so liberally be
stoAd upouthein for several „yeatir past.
*Blio , deelded SneceSs of the portable. Most system,
eo manikin - in the regularity and despatch experienced
in the:delivery- of geods, the .übsenctrof all.risk • or
delay;breirkage or other damage, incident:to the old
system, where goods - have tuba hurriedly transhipped
three times on the..w.ty,and the.merchantaWe order
is ityjacti p . rodice has been avowedly..delivered• by
them, has indncod the proprietors to increase their
stock- cousiderably this season. "Their extensive
warehouses at:each point, (eueartiialled by anrather
line,) affords'them facilities to conduct their.busluess
uith-liespatelir Dal' to 'shipper's • t h e conveniritiee: of
free storage, if reo itired „until their arrangements are
coMpletez--rvbil e. their long experience in the carry-.
fug tr:aile, it is presumed, will be sufficient guarantee
to dteirpatmus and the p chile that they will success.;
fully exalt themselves to gibe general satisfaction. •
Rroduce _received forwarded, steamboat .charges '
paid, and bills lading transmitted free of charge for
commission,•advancing or storage, and all communi
cations to •the fel tiiteinu vehts promptly attended to:
" . TAILPFP. O'CONNOR,
- • Cur. Penn and. Wayne sta., Pittsburgh.
= . ••TIIO3fAS BOBBIIICiI,
• .
.• • - • 278 Market street,,Philadelpliia.
•••• • •• OTONNOBS fc Co., •
sear. 3o -7 ' • Veldt st., Boltiniore.
. ....._
litissittatsvis Ts•susuporsistion pile.
. . •
• .....5.„..... L. . .
Ur_s•
.. 1 ,... . .._ 1.846 -I , i. L.
ASTDI/Et.. ED on ti . trict Sabbath-keeping principles,
• 'Min& -not claiming to be the oily hue that is so
m.ni iteted. The proprietors of this oid established
.
tinehikre put stock in the most complete ostler,
• "Siudso thoroughly prepared to forward produce and.
inelAtandiio to and.frum the Eastern cities On the
lipeseing Of navigation. . . .
„WO trust 'that eur.letur experience in the naming
busideirs,and zealous tient - inn to the into of ens
toniets, will secure to us a continuance:tall increase
of tlso patronage hrste:i..re beaten ell on glinghatit's
LinU.'. " i
• OM. arrangements will enable us to carry &eight
utmost tlcijkatch; and our prices shall always
be o.lovi as the lowest charged brother responsible
lines.
Produce rind merchandise will he received and for
waidett.east and west without-any charge for advent
sing,ltOingetit commission.
of lading
,forn'arde.d, and every direction
protiiPtly attended to. •
, ..A4dreal, or apply to W11..1324t111A31,
Cali?) cor..Liherty an Wayne ma., Pittalig,
• • BacalAms. Dom & S fIUTTON,
• No. 276 tlwket at., Philadelphia,
JAMES WILSON, Agnut,
No. Bit Natal linward.st., Baltimore,
TYSON, Agent, •
No. 10 West at., New York
• 'llidlependeat Portable [loot Lille.
t
C. A. McANULTY 5: Co.,
Canal Basin, Pirmharsh
co.,
Split WWII; Baltimore
_ MEARS, I.I.ANNOIt Cn.,
Broad at l'hiln.lelphia
,',./Plelisetirtiati Way Preittitt Line.
..• • - • Nio
. 11 , ,...-..1.. ,. 1816, .....--
• 4
Dxtrxsprimir tbr the transportation a way
1 - - freight between P....iburgli; illairsville, in!ins
toteit, .11011itlayabargb, Water gireet, mud all inter
mediate places.
anelioat lenv; , 3,- the Waro,ooic or C. A. NlcAn:e.-
ty & Co. : rittibargh, ery day •janday.s)...ivid
Shipper.. , can alwa:.s r.ep dna ha,iag the.tr
forwarded without delay and uu aec.crtuo,lat,ilg
Nre - respectfully v:3 , 2r !latr-n:ge.
3. Pic'e.worta of boats, i;d•,, Paris and
es of boat;, P:01} null:: ui no.
Johri Miller of czar, oo P,,i-taig,e
Ca.n.ll it :n ,
JOIIN tE " 11 el li rgh,
. A. 1.1.2.1.:Ncury tz CO, "
:13 423
_ . _
• 3.IOIVONGATIIinA ROUTE,
VIA. rnumgovni_e.
TO ZALTIMOII.I.: in 32 hours—fare Q.lO.
T.O.PIIILADELPIIIA in 40 Lours—fare
YILFS STIGI `G
C. S. MAIL.
The Great Speed; Regul.trity and high Reputation
already attained by this pleasant passenger Route,
lasliadueed the. Post Master General, to plaae the
Ned " York in d Philadelphia :nails to Pittsburgh, ui -
on it. -- -
The superior and swift steamers CONst - L and
LQUIS rti'l.lNE, leave.. 'the 3iottom;altt•la Wharf
precisely - at 3 o'clock curry mart:inn-, and at t 0 ,-
clodk truery teening, etit,Cpt SUll:l.lye. S...km(lld
Coachesawait their arrival at Brownsville, to trans
port Passengers and Mail, only 73 miles to the. Rail
Nonni a 2 Cumberland.
The preparations oil this Tante arc ample, and. the
connections complete, to that disappointment or do
lays will ho unknown upon it. •
By our tickets, pa ssen gors can delay at Cumberland
or at Baltimore, dttriaz their pIeaATIM., and contiltre
theillotuncy either by steamboat ur cars to Phila
delphia-
Office, in the "St. Charles llotel," , Wood st. Pitts
burgh,. :ttESKINI EN,
Agent.
Fitt Word Livery Stubbs.
THE subse.r:her, having linught out the
'well known Livery Solde kept by C.
Dotyi'itt the filth Ward, respectfully inforias his
friaudialid
. the public generally, that h %VIII keep at
all time's .a' stock of the hest description of lining
horiie6'bug.hies carriages of all kinds, and in short
every thing req:tired in his line of .busine..s.
S - cOnsiderahle portion of Ida stock is new, and he
is6o4:lent that no stock in the city will be superior
to fits, .
• nis t6i.ins will he me:IL-ate. TEA stat.le is on Lib
ettiliprDet, a f,,w , 41.i.:ers :tbove the canal bridge ;
Where: he respectfully solicits a share of public pa
tronage._. OiI:ARLES COLEM AN.
Otr Ire is also pniYi%!etl with an elegant Ilear, r e,
vv,ltieh will be flirl;il, ,- !..1 when reonireil. • 0et2.5-t I
AV.:toltgale oe Store
...
1 , 41. - CITILDs & CO., are now rcceivingtheir
• spriro• supplies, consisting cr one of _
-- the faest .cheapest and best as- .44fiefl
__.
sorttatint.lof Boots and Shoes that they have ever
:beenrablcqe bring to this market.. Also, Ladies and
Alieseallorence Braid, and 6traw Bonuetfl, or the
latest style; together with a.splendid assortment 01
Tam Lear Hats, mono' and boys' stuaini•r Cape.
Also r a large lot of Now York Tanned Sole Loather,
all of which having beets purchased nt the lowest
zatc'criiieieleeted with great care for the western
trado;vrilltesold at a email 'advance above cost and
chdars.,All. merchants wishing to Purchase will
finditio their interest to can. and.examine their stock
betbre 'purchasing elsewhere. - —mar27.4l
Vine Gold :and Sliver watches
THOSE who wish to purchase Gold or Sib
Yet _Watches, or Jewelry, Will find it to their
aarrintage to call on the subscriber, who in
selling till doseriptiOns of fine gold and silver - watches
andjewelty, - on as good terms as may be had. in the
caste= cities. •
tyine G 614.1 and Silver English Patent Lever Watehe
" " Gelle-Vil and French "
" • ' L'Epine 'Watches.
- Ladies , and gentletrienls Fine Gold Guard Chains
Breast Pins.
Bracelets, Gold 'Pencil e, +and Finger Rings.
tilverivare,Atilitary'Goods . ,Lantps, and a large vac
riety of Fancy Goods.
i gt!tch oB , Clocks and Jewelry repaired in the
best manner, and warranted at the iowe.t.prices.
W. W. WILSON,
ct.rner Fourth and Market ate
.ICnt I_. Ilntet t
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131 ,
.:. S.P PIC G EAS.l.llON.—Junt received by _ f In'
• sill.- -I pr esa. A .0 triqf ot v -York, the Spring Style
ofgatfg, ,Itil those in want of anent snperior Hats
arc reapeetfullyinrited to call.- :. S. mooRE, . ,
- ki!io,234Foodst.; Idoors below thamond A110y.. ,,
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*tints:
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•TispersorVe.Gesseradl. Emigration OlRce.
- REMITTANCES and pasintg to -- „ r
and from GREAT Demur ; ma lel&
fsm-ven,by W.&.1. T. Tapscott
"Th South street, corner ofhlaiden Lan, New,York, ,
and 96.,Waterloo road Lire/IMo'. • •• •
The 'subscribers having- accepted the. agency of
the abOve house, ore now prepared to make art/lege-I
mentiv . tpon the most liberal terms with those desi
rous of paying the pasdligc of their friends from the
old Country, and flatter themeselres their character,
'and long • standing in business- will give maple as.
kurance that all their arrangements will bo carried
out Stith idly.
' Messrs W. &'.7.7 T. TuPacott,nre long and favora
bly knowp'_for the : supenor.. class, accommodation
and etiling qualities Of their 'Packet Ships. The
QUEEN.,ot wEsT, SHERIDAN, ROCHES
TER,GARRICK,IIOTTINGUER, ROSCIUS, LIV
ERPOO.L.,': and SIDDONS,. two of which leave each
Port monthly front New York the 21st and 26d1 and
Troth Lfietpuu, the 6th and 11th, in addition to which
thtr - IMM3 arrangements with the St. George and
Uplua Lines . 01: Liverpool Packets to insure a depar
.tdre rr6DiLii : etnool.every ftv cdars biting thus miter
nitwit; die* keep pace with their in
.creasmg'palrmiav, while Alt. Tapscolt's constant
pet-sonal luotiriutendanco of tliebustuess in Liver
pool .is an . additinnal stench/ • that the comfort and
accommodation of the passengers will be particu
larlY attended to.
The subscribers being (as usual) extensively enga
ged in the Transportation Business between Pittsburg
and the Atlantic Cities. arc thereby enabled to take
'charge of and forward passengers immediately out
'their landing, witho,nt a chance of disappointineut or
delay, and are therefore prepared to contract for pas
sage.froto any sea port in Cleat Britain or Irvinnd to
this City; the nature of the business they are staxaged
.in griitietheoi facilities for carrying pas ; cs so
far._ island not otherwise attainable, au sc
celiary,) forwent passengers further % ' the
best. mode of conveyance without any : ;„ itfoual
charges fur their trouble. Where pe4_tikkont fur
decline coining out, the amount paid focAMssage will
be refunded in full.
REMITTANCES.
The subscribers arc alsoprepared to give drafts at
sight, for any amount payalffe at the principal Cittes
and Towns iii• England, Ireland, Scotland and
Wales; thus of a safe and expeditions mode of
Remitting fends to thoim Countriiswhich persons
requiring such facilities, will find it their interest to
avail themselves of.
Applicit;on Of by letter pest paid) will be prompt
ly atteudod to
TA AFFF. di OtCI)NNOIt,
Forwarding and Commission I%lerelsants,
Pittsburgh, l'a
itdcum, onoTamus & co
xy
~.~'
AIittANGEMENTS FUR
1846.
BIAK EL** f MITCHEL. ./Igtait.
11.11311r1*.INVES to, and Pal—ace to and from
lA, Cruet Britain and lrettitd, by the Bina or
old Line if ticerpout Packet,. Sailing from New
York and Lherpool on the lad and Ilith of toery
month. And by first. class American Ships LS
Week's%)
Persians sanding tit the "1)1,1 Country" for 111.14
friends; can make the ituteat°trl• arrangements 6s. lila
thesubseribers, and have them bfottelit out in env 01
the eightships compri4ine the Ithiek Hall or 01.1 1 . .. i.•
cif Liverpool Packets: (sailing I • rout 1.:%i.rn0..1 on the
Ist mid Idilt of every month,, also by first :lass
easing frotn that lion %%cigar. who+ our Agents.
Messrs. James I). Roche* CO., th6:re w.il send oat
without delay.
Should those sent for not come .ut the money as di
be refunded without au • deduction..
The "Mack Ban, or utal Lane or Laverpool Parka
cis." compribe the roNovring taintratin.a. td rtapn, and
%ill sad r the fc . ;liiar 311,010.:-
day, as funows :
Un lAJan. tut 311 y. kt Sept
" 18th •• ••
kt Feb. Int June. Lit (h. t.
I.;tb 14th •• ll , tlt "
Europe,.
Now York,
Amerman,.
Yorksthite,
Cambri4; ; ;e„
Muuu•zuma
ht 343 r. I-i Jolt.
161 h. •• 16th
Ist • .lpril. ILL Au 2.
Ifitie llith
Auger.—lt tr aeil known, drat tue ball
the sery best conveyance for peraonr to get vat Owl,
fiteeds, and Le utherTasattuccr aposta aeYettnr , to
hrtrs,; out IQ: that Line, the public
spectrUily isoutitid by the uwitcrs that nu pnnsetegt
events, but Ruche, It:other.; S t:o., nu.l Make:, S.
MitaLed. are antitor.zeti to ativern•e aul to S l ug uut
paretengers by that Line.
Wl:have et all tunes or the Irrelts it Stgltt fur any
amount, direct on the Royal Itutift ui•lre.au.4 [Pt:Jo.
tin. Also on Messrts. l'rtscoast. tlrons, "test, tV. C.,..
LAradm!, are paid ‘'rt e et or
:111Y charge. ei!citiiver, in all the principal to, rei
Moat • Irehnil,Scot:nnri :aril IVitie3.
I", or rrildr<S,s, it' b Leit ,, •. (ion,: • 0 : .)
No. 55, l'o;ton street +Sex
(Next door to the rll'!'",fi Iktt
rqn. rtlft:llE,
N.,. 75 Dublin street; Lry , roool
111.-1.?.(11:L)"
Peen street, and Stnif. otield at
Remittances- to I.e.ngland. Ircland, Scot
land anti Walt,.
•
- DEMONS desirous of remitting mon!-y t ally
. 1_ the itbOVC COUntrp,, ran du so i1, 5 ,,, 04 h the
scribe's on the nmstloasy terms. We ate prrisazed
to issue drat ; forent amount over .f.:1,00 NI.Wq
Ilemittancus made through our house air di r t bm.ire
the 23d of May, will be received in Ireland, by the
20th of June.
BLAKELY 8: AIITCHEL. l'i?t<Ktlr;2ll,
Ag,nts for Iloch,,
Paper nrrhou,,
r 111 I'. undersigned having bud ) ; id the piper s
and wall paper late n)
MAL:hip ..N.; lift•Wlle, 111 V, catered into a eo-partii.-r
-blilp, under the mane and style of 11}lib Unto lie s P.ir
the purpose of carrying on the business ut all its va
rieties. • They wili have always On hand a complete
US:JVCI.III(nit or PAPER HANGINGS AND HORHEr,,iit,
or their own man/facture, and their stock trit Lc
improved and enlarged with periodical additions
front the host riiencli fintor,es.
Agents for the sell-known Clinton Paper nil.
Steubenville, from which they tell b e cornittntiy
supplied with WRITING, WRAPPING, PRINT
ING PAPER, BONNET BOARDS, &c.; which
they otter wholestle and rebid, at Ihcir store. N.
37 Wood street. !units ay between Fourth and Dia
mond where country - loci - Limas and dealer s
are invited to
GE n. G. BROW NE:,
SAMI.. C. 1111.1..
j , .2.9 /Rim
Allen Kramer,
EXCHANG E filtoi<Elt, corner of Wood and 3.1
streets. Gold, silver and current bank notes
bought and sold. Sight cheeks on Ike eititerts cities
for sale. Drafts, uolca and bills collected.
W111.13:11 St. Co.,
John P. Davis,
F. Lot'.enze,
J. Faint,r & Co.,
s.-pl, Wood well,
James 1/I.ty,
Alex. Bronson ec Co.,
John H. brawn & Co.,
James 111'Camiles , t,Citteinnati,
J. 11. 111'T/tmid, St. I.Mnin,
W. 11. Pooa, pm,ot Bahl: yr Ky., Lm:1.1.110
'
To Arms! To Arms
p"t t TiIRE_ITEKP.D IN VASP CC WEST
.:°'.tP.r..';f ERN PENNSYLVANIA by Col. Swift.
wit t 10,000 men, notwithstanding which, J. M.
White will continue to sell clothing cheaper than
any has heretofore been offered in tine western coun;
try, having the largest establishment in the city,
fronting. on Liberty and Siath streek. Ile is now
prepared to show to his numerous patrons the great
est variety of cloths, cassimeres, ye:dings. and clo
thing of all descriptions,suita hle fur tie approaching
season, that has ever been oared in thin market, to
which all can have the Rita of Way. Observe the
corner, Nu. 167, Liberty and Siith street H. •
J. M. WHITE.. ,
mar:: — , ----
Proprietor.
Can't be Beat 1
tii. WHUFE has just received at his large
k." establishment, fronting on Liberty and Sixth
streets, a splendid assoriment of TWEEDS fin
slimmer; also, a superior lot of French Sat in VEs'.
TINGS, all of Avhich he is ready to make up in
the lutestfasbion and on the most reasonable terms
an usual. Observe the corner, No Liberty
and Sixth streets.
myl I J. M. WHITE, r,a iron Proprietor.
Johri D. Davis'.
UCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
lA_ Corner of Wood and Filth streets, Pittsburgh,
is ready to receive nterchandize of every description
on consignment for public or private sale, and Goin
long experienCe in the above burines, flatters himself
that he will be able to give entire satisfaction to all
who piny favor him with their patronage. '
Regular salon on 'lklciiidays. and Thursdays Of
.Dry
Goods and Fancy nrtierea, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Of
.groceries; Pittsburgh manufactured articles.
new and secon4) hand furniture at two o'clock,
- .
- Sales every evenliig at early gas-light.
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"I`he..l"rantilin Piro Insurance Company
• ' - OF
,PIITLADELPITIN:
fIjTARTER MOEWA L. 6 ; 100,000 paid in' of
fite.l63i, Chestnut st., north side; near
'Take Insurance, either permanent orlimited,against
loss oe:datnage by tire, on property and effects or
every description, in town er country; on the most
reasonable terms. _Applications; made either per
sonally or by letters, will be prompthi, attended to.
C. N. IVANtkEIt, - Prest..
C. G. BANettnn, Sec'y.
• DIRECTORS: ,
Charles N. Rancher, JacoltiC-Smith,
Thomas !fart, ;' George NV% Richards,
Thomas .T. .Wharton, Mordecai D.-Lewis,
Tobias Wagner, Acielph.k. Done,
Samuel Grant, Davjd S. Lirown.
' Ig.knittcx MetiTtrv, Agent, at the Exehange.Ofrice
of ‘Varrick Maitin, St Co., corner of Third and Mar-:
ket streets.
Fire risks taken on buildings and their contents in
l'ittaborgh, Allegheny and the surrounding country.
Nu marine or inland navigation radio taken.
angel-y.
FIE Insarance Company of Furth America, of
Philadelphia, through its duly authorized Agent,
tle: subscriber, offers to make permanent and limited
Imairance 011 rtliperty in this city and its vicinity,
and on shipment; by tlrq canal and rivers,
Dill I'iCTORS,
Arthur C. Coffin, Pres't. Surniiel Brooks,
Ilioiry, Chaf !es 'Taylor,
;I..ninel V:. Jones,
Ambrose 'White,
John ltro,u, ascot, ra. Thomas,
John White, John 11. Nell',
Thomas P. Cope, Ilicharii D. Wood,
Win. NVels.h, 11,nry Sherrard , Seey.
This is the oldest Insurance Company in the Uni
ted States, h 4 int.! been chartered in 1791. Its char=
ter is perpetual, and front its high standinz, long
experience, ample mown , . otill avoiding all risks or
an estra Lazardoli, cli,trarter, it 'Hwy he considered
as otrcring ample security to the nubile.
.I\loSF:ti ATWiI()D.
At Connting Bnom of Atwood, Junes & Co., \Va
ter and Front rtrork. PittSl , ll7h. • ( 1023-V.
A7VD MARINE ENTSURANCV: COMPA.NY,
rr Liirro.•;• and ri , spnntal,lo c otnr , tly prr
thrinvh tocir PI 1 - 1SIllitt: At; 1•::` , ( . 1 - , to
Make iuStirlfic,l , •
C . ?l,rl4 , tqcil with risks
ol transport j tiro and ialand cat i , ration; ill in lure
1:1110, Or Dwnli..ing 'louses,
: I r.
..nls, Wart's,
11,•!...1: Mitt every
pr t ti iuiraLic terms.
A 1. , r I ositiatics nttainkil to Artliovit de.
In., at the No. 31 ti•:. Front
11A121310611
At an be!tl at the offic.r. in N. Y.; May
the following named tfentlonten - v.ete chosen
tnr,!etora vi thin t,r the ensuing 'ear,
,ilOlll
tt , ttil URI
11,1 ei ,111 Erit,;..Dg 4,4 the 30-
S W. S. r.. . was ult . alaiinu , l,ly i•Ce-tßlf
tvd Prt. sidt.tit rwr the cnsutir, rear.
\VM. J ES 11()GGS,
Se,:rvtary.
4 4-t V
%iN FIRE INNURANCE C(t!JPASt' nf
• r poiiiito.d—Capitat
lUUu paid in. thrice in N. '7-t Vi'a!nut
stri•rt—Wra 1 , Pi- • brick Vt.l• •
This old arid wellioita'idodwid coo
: t;nitos to ii,ure
tnd Proporty. not to' an ti". 1,14J:rd./us diarai:ti.r,
a- atust "A.: ur ilanriito by
pp..: ,• hlAttral 'S i , t Pittston-11i anj
r.olzlibiirliiiod will 1.••• r,•••••vr,!,
tythrr biorpetiiii!;y or for pornori, • I
i tdr 2.;•ootdoe 21 ,
No. 3 t, Wood ‘-treiit.
16th
Ist ••
'tin • ••
.Ir 2 .11:I D• Mutual
4. ; Jr, • y ...11,111•
RIN II:7
e .
i.1:1,1 at .•111.7. el1^:•7o2 ~r 3: liofi n e n , of;
Ftt n.ia, , .. 13: 1
havity I%l_,
::'inn of
I. -•-e: •it hi, due glt.o.t. or Om
;,.'t•t of 01:. Cunt,aue, Itttrt
.tny rettr.on kite., et, beyond the prentiurn
a , tua;ty paal in by Imo; and literntbre nn pus>es.m¢
principle itti , ,ttnt ot . ever) obnoxious
featute,unti in Mt most .tttracti\o tbrm. Tiny
Agency of the Franklin Fire lueuranci;
Company of Philadelphia.
N. E. corl,ter ,;/. Third and Woad shreds, Pittsburgh.
i E "(the eornlntny on the tiro. of Jannii
ry. 15 p“l.!..ihi'd ronrormity N•ith an act
the l'enns‘lvania
Band ond
. 1 ., :+ , 1)40741 . 1 Stuck. and CaNh,
Ma'slim; a total of 9909,68:3 42
Allurdiee certain asiittratice that all loascia will he
_ •
prow 1 t met. and RCCLlfiry to rill who
obtain policies from this Company. Risks take,, at
a, lc,: nitais as arc (•011:i.Stellt Pot•nrity.
114: 8 IVIIIIIIL'IC !%I,IIITIN, Agent.
P7ttftbur4ll Nnvlgntion and I , lre inhu
rancr Company.
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lL ALLEN. Pres't,
110 Fi\NLT, Secretary.
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IGLrtßeer.
K. LOGAN, has removed to No i 3, Wood
. One door below Diamond Alley, to the
soire is Lciy occ•ip ied by Clark S Cameron. where he
has roomed a Wholesale and Retail Dry Cools store,.
and having Just retooled irom the liasteth • Cities, is
opi:ain,.7 a new aild well selected W,(IIC of GOOdS,
of French; Eltglixi: and Ametlienn.cluths,
( ‘71 , 10/ . .,'! a great var:my styleiCaesimeres
and :"...a1i11,11,,j. Cushman:its, to new styileo Oregon
caiemilere, a youti stock of summer chiths of alt
ktil-; lam style \ estitigs; Mao, a great variety of
1,, 113 and Citighanis; Pyramidical Graduates and
oilier filmy patlvrns; a variety Of prints 6 to 26 cents
per card: :t very sopertor lot of white goods, con,ist
mg of lir ha Luisn, Damask Strifes' Cambric;
Laws,, arif! pain Multi Swiss Lace
and barred Muslin; dg tired and plain tioliineta; black
:mil blue black S.lks; plain. figured and stripml; a
dirge asmrtment hash 1.011,11:4; blenched brown
Muslins; table Diaper; Ma: :miles CoSinterpanes,
(large size;) Moroen; a rood supply of Umbrellas,
Parasols, Parasoleits :mil Sunshades; a very- large as
sortment of men, women, and children's Hosiery; a
very time article of Lisle Thimad Gloves,
and many other articles not enumerated.! Ile would
respectfully invite his former customers and the pub
lic generally, to an examination of his stock, to
which he expects to make additions regularly.
arel-y
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Philatirlphia
J. S. Lowry, Merchant Thilor
TOULD infMna his friends and the public in
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general. that be has removed to Mo( slecd ,
a the ST. CIIA 111. ES bu d ding, two door's below the
entrance, 's here he is ready to execute all orders in
1 the neatest and Most fashionable manniuL, having en-
gaged the services of Mr. Jour M. Cr 311PELL as cut
ter, whose attention will he devoted to that brunch
oldie trade and whose well known ability} in this par
ticular having long been established in the thshion
; able community of this city, induces tl, belief that
by close attention to business, he will he able to
' trite general sitisfitc • tion to all who may Aver him
with a call—having•also made arrangeminds to keep
constantly on hand a general assertmdm or every
thing adapted to gentlemen's wear, sutq as Cloths,
Cassoneres. estings, Shiro, Drawers, Bosoms, Sus
i ponders, Gloves, Cravats, and every article pertain
ing to a gentlnman's wardrobe, he will. he ready atll
tinted to supply an demand in his ine.
The subscriber respectfully informsbil ITiends and
the public generally, that having entered into the
above arrangement the establishment will be able to '
furnish any article in the Tailoring line,}with a pusic
tuality and despatch scarcely equalled any other
hi the city,. and for style and workinadship nor sur
passed htenny.inltle
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EXTIk - .IID.ORDINAIVY - DISCLOSURES:
IlEwAltE or FRAUDS..
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OOME,Druggists are misled'; into the error of buy
ing a miserable .imitation-of Dr: Smith's Sugar-
Ceated Indian Vegetable simply because they
can purchase the spuriouschepper. We shall in all
cases expose such dealers throughout. the country,
who, atter being duly infortned of the rascality of
thesedmitaturs, buy and atteMptto impose upon the
public with such_worthless trash. It is-opt the Su
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gar coating :dorm that donidittites, the value of my
Pills, but it is my invention; tor which' I claim the
right. BENJ., SMITH, 11.. D.,
179 Greenwich St. and 2 Water at. Boston.
READ . 1 1 4 7 1- JUDGE-,--LMPORT'ANT FACTS.
We, the undersigned,wholesale druggists in Lott-
isville, Ky., are .satiStied, from all the information
that we can obtain, that.4I..G.BENJAINIIN Warm
is the
.original inventor of the Sugar-Goated Pills.
We are prepared to supply dealers at the New
York price. - - •.•
Rollinson, Peter 4- Cat'v, 492 'Main street.
J. S. Morris 4- Co.:, 461 Main st.
Rupert 4- Liodenberger, 511 blain st:
George Lopping 4. Co., 79 Fourth st.
Bull 4,- Alden, Si Fourth et:.
The following from druggists in New York shoWs
I invented the Sugar Coated Pillttln 1843:
New York, June 16th, 1844.
We, the-undersigned, neversaw or heard of "Su
gar Coated until Dr. C. Benjamin. Smith man
ufactured and exhibited them to as about a year since.
Rushton 4- Co.', 11913roadw4y and 10 Astor House.
krael lloodolph,M. D. 36 Liberty st.
Mortice Everett, 96 Hudson st.
John Costree, 97 Hudson sf.
David S. - yids, 79 Fulton st..
A VOICE F 12031 KENTUCKY.
I have been afflicted with dyspepsia in its most ag,-
ttravittediorm ibr three yearns past, and found no re
relief until I used Dr. G. - Benj. Smith's "Sugar-Coat
ed Indian Vegetable Pills: , lAtter using six hoses of
said valuable pills, lam entirely cured. They are
a general remedy. J. IC. LrEmAN.
Paducah, Ky. Nov. 9,1841. •
We certify to the above factr.
Dr - . Sin,tb's "Sugar-Coated' Pills" are universally
esteemed in this ricihity.
HODGE GlVr2cs Ezi Co, Merchants.
Paducah, Ky. N - ov.
At the request of Dr. G. Benjamin Smith's agent
we cheerfully state that we visited - the office of Dr.
stmt.!' in Sept-tuber last, whole. is New-York, and
foond li;ra to ail appearance earring on a very ex
tens.ve litt,iness with hiti Sugar-i:oatd Indian Vege
table hits. The eltttttlt or hi, ~uoilislitn aot. would
a:I:mitt:11 :, y one mit initiated is my stories of the
pill trade.—Louisville Journal.
(prima Dr. Si I; lett'.ll.)
• Fmitiitna, (ICA) Feb. 'II, IS I
Dr. G. Ilt,rj. rver4
been introditeed thttliaa sold so well itndEwen
scull
general ratisiiiction as your Suil.rir-Couted Improved
Indian Vegetable Pilia. Veily rt , peettiely, yours,
S. F. SINGI.LfTOS.
Feb. 13t11,
Dr. 0. Benj. l'Ett pleane send
us 1,2 tt ., your ~ :11Italde Pilo. From prelent in
ii caU,,ne we Omit sell a lai've nmon:it or the.
tind that they go very Ytitir Fr,ierk,
BULL & ALDEN:
re.b. 13th, 13 , 1 1 1.
Pr. 'iuith—l.tear Sir: Abriut two wuel.s ego we
bouv.htof your Indian Yeicetable Sugar Coat
ed Though iyisilieS3 is dull here at this time,
yvt sold theni all. Yttil will plcasesund cs
14 gro ,, ihrou,_l4 Me - iira.La*rtuice lierre,of your
city, u hu, will Ibrwnrd them to us Via Ilittaburgh.
You - ii, rctilfeet3:llv,
WILSON, STARI3IIID L. writ.
This is to ceritfy that I hare IlSegi the Siit:arCoadeil
PILL; intatidl,ctored by G. it Sui;:if, of . :Neu York, fir
some audbdio, a then, tube au ota3 DlC7diCifie;
and also limn inquiry in that city. I am persuaded
that hew tue.or.gival int elitOt. 3:1,1 thereitire, is eu-
Idled to the I:elle:it of the iut en tion.
lELMEI
e forty 11'WD: dire/Tilt
. the ruy althdiogh,thoy had the
-pia - soul u. tl - . 0 story—our in pun:cut-kr t'lom Nett'
v.locki we Au;: p 41.1!,!:.
144nctirti ork, 171 6reenwich
llo,ton 2 Vs',ltor
111-:NJ.Oi/N 51.11.T11 it , written on the hot
tom Ur e‘ o .7. , !(1 , 1: " tt,ii fin's..'
A G V. NTS— i fna Drugf.tist,72osLlhitrq
strect I'; , . tot/ 111 - 1;'.1: John . 8 , Ir, ,, cont Ail.:gheav city.
Mate,* liiTentdianT;iti:itotie by Nainre.
li EAT,. i i:1 t - sr. 9r:A.7
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A MI..I)ILINt: N.vrettn.
TIHS (TO ts trni .a
• at the tkiAth 15.5 feet bekstv thu
al, IdyWHIT. tlttd
, prmooteced I , or/-
tier:ill. Saner , tie tiOs Panacea of Nit
tme, nottrio•rc remarimitie cures hare been etTerit
ed liy 114 tote. It it bint.tl , At --, Porver l l/1 2-- 51.1% - i rend
Certain a Itt client,. If Mot lo en toted with ottpar
alloilt.l treamient et the follow i ng
domma-: I tlletothatorY Itheumatistst, Barns and
Pilo, Platt:fence, barlanittiation uF
Ole Deartio,t, Conannaption,-Liver Coin
plat at, l'ittittsic, Cancere, Weak and
Sore Eyea, Itralses, Fresh Cot • and \Vona:ls,
Spt in,, and Strains, Dropsy, Palm. In the 13rmi,t anti
sole, Tenet, Inatienzl, Ili:era-tail Sole Threat,
Cunsumptu. ii, Bronchitis, Spasms, t leers, Spu t a!
Wei:Dons, ticrolula or fittiO Frii,
Ringworm, nil Complaints, all Choente dis
easmt, ImpurAttes the-111mM and General Dolality.
It is likes. ,>t, Ivry beaelieirtrior Female Complaints
in general; attts as a great Itestoratt‘e front Languor,
to eqUIPSS Of Back and e-t,eat. Low Spirds and Elites
tote Delete
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207,M 72
•1:“ 1,111 , , all Or V.'llitAl are
aallr•lita•; .1;1 td*- p0r,...r. • 1 44 euia namned are a.,w
liming, and mat kaaa d• I'tttabur4li:
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Ft crioss; iMu, Aug :22,
This is to certify that nit have Used the American
till Mr the v. looming coie4h, among our children, by
givmy then, front 20 &tips - to a SIII3II tea SpOtmll,l at
t. Inch always enables) themtu rest nett throutth
the night. I also applied it:to one of the children
tint got her artn-burnt bs turning over a lea enp or,
hot toffee on tt, the child sensed crying by the time!
the arm was dressed and hound up, and has never
complained of it since. 1 also was aillicteil with a
pin in iny 81410 SIM breast, and have barn it, eOl lii
-
years. I commenced using the Oil by taking a [ca.!
spoonfill twice 3 day and 1n . 3 or ions days smiles rd:
tin oil 1 have ben very ranch relieved, and no really :
believe that it is the -bust family medicine that .1 have
et cm seen. 1 applied it to onc.of my neighbor's tor!
a strained allele, which relieved her in a few minutes.
We have also used tie oil fora strained joilltt in our
own family, whieli gat , ease in a verrshort time.
r live on the east side ofP4nn st., 3 doors south of
Walnut, 1 am now as well as,l ever was in n/ life.
MARGARET 11. SMltll.
Prrninnacu, Ang. 14, IS 10.
This is' to certiCy, that my soh' has had the Ivelhisie
11./r years, and was very bad with it, at about
12 or I. day a since, I commenced giving to him
about 20 or 2f) drops at the American Oil, twice
lay. ee hick rebeved Min in a day or two of his diffi
culty of Mouthing, and 1.1! is now entirely relieved
of his cough; our hoy in 10 y earn of are. ' Wc•ltve in
King's AIIey.NANCY KING.
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Sir: liasjing been cured or a very tii,VVIC disease
of the fif.es and head by the HSU of thr AlltenCa It
Ohl., 1 gel it illy duty to the public, as well an to you,
to send you the follow ing certificate: .
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I hereby certify that I waa*scverely afflicted one
year ago last winter, with inflamed sore eves and a
cry severe pain in my head from my eyes up to the
top of my heal, and continued so for 81,veral weeks.
My eyes were so much inflamed and core that I
could not see to attend any Wittiness ' nor could 1 tell
one object from another a few yards from rue. I
called in a physician, but still got worse. I als,
tried a good many reuicdieathat had cured others;
but in my ease they failed. lu April, 18.15, I beard
of the Anierie.an (ht. I procured a bottle, and be
thre I had used a half a bottle I was entirely well,
and still continue so. I will not be without it inlay
house as lung as I can get - the genuine article. I also
gave Lt to one of my men that was working for ino,
that hail the totter in his hands so bad that when he
would grip anything tight in them the blood would
burst out, and the use Cl' half a bottle cured its both.
I would advise all that arc atllictedf in any way to
give the Oil a fair trial, and I thiolt they:will be
pleased with the effect it will have,;!&c.
JOON
Sold at One Dollar per Bottle at , llackson's Patent
Medicine Warehouse, 89 LiltertY;l4ad of Wood Ht.,
Pittsburgh. Tire oriLyx I. CE ti Pi i rrsunnon where
the Genuine American Oil cart be obtained.
Beware of a Counterfeit article. „tlie Seneca Oil.
put in American Oil Bottles, and hamlloil • "Amer
ican Oil." It soineWhat reserablti the American
Oil, but posscsscs none of its virtues or healingpow
ers.
\V. Jackson respectfully informs the Public that
I). Hail Fe Co., the proprietors of the American Oil,
have- appointed him their SOLE AOIINT fur West
ern Reensylvan ht. I
All peraons wishing. Sob-agencies:will apply. at $0
Liberiy,street, as aboy,e,
B. Sub-agerde wantetl•for every tows in the
above .Distriet. • . - .
A great aurober of certificates are on hand and
can beseen at-the otbcO, - 89 'Liberty street, headof
Wood. aug 28-Iy
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A POSITIVE AND PERMANENT CUR
REIEU.III4TIS.ISI
AND ALL NERVOUS COMPLAINT
6, What:though the causes may not be explak
Since their ejfets are duly ascertained,
Let notilelusion, prejudice, in - pride,
Induce mankind to pet the means aside; .; .
Means vihieli,tho' simple; are bylititven - dCsign , d
To alleviate the ills of human kind:>i
DR. CIIRISTIE , S GALVANIC RINGS AND NAG
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1' HIS remarkable . invention, which - has received
.I thenniversalapprOhatioU of the - medical t(rofes
-$lOll ef Great Britain; tiouipriaca an entirtilyhtesil ag 7
plication ofGalvanisin, as a remedial agent, hyme4ns
of which 'the ordinary Galvanic" Batteries;'llilleetric .
and Magnetic Machines, &c., are entirely ditiperised'
with, jig the mysterionspower of GalvanisM applied
'without any of the objections which are inseparable
front the general moilenoW in use. The strong dos
es, and irregular intervals - , in which Gal vani6M is ap
plied by the Machines, has been pronounced', after a
fair and impartial trial; to be decidedly infarioutl, and.
it was to remedy this radical defect thalthiOiew ap
plication was projected; which, after tincemaing, toil,
an v il perseverance, has been brought to it present
state ofperfection. ~ The 'Galvanic Rings answer all •
the purposes of the most expensive' J)lachihes'i and
in many other respects,are more. iafe and Certain in
accomplishing the, desired effect.
The Galvanic Rings used in connection with the
itlagnrtic Fluid, are confidently recommended in all
disorders which arisefroin an enfeebled and nhealthy
state of the nervous or vital system, and these-com
plaints are among the most painful and universal to
which we ere subject. They arise, without eicoption,
from one simple cause—a derangement of the Nerv
on: System—and it was in these cases that other 1
.rcinedies , having so often faded, a new agent was
greatly , ne.eilcd, which is confidently beli6ed, has
been tliund in the Proper and judicious aliplicatioi,
l
of Galvanism.
The Galvanic Rings have been used with entire
success in all cases ofltneum.vrtsm, acute o • chronic,
applying to the head, thee or limbs, Gout; Tic-DoIQ
. rcu.c,. roothathe, Bronchitis, Vcribro, Nerrows Sick
Headache, ladigrst ion ; Paralysis, Palsy, [Epilepsy,
Fits, Cramp, Palpitations of Me Heart, illigptery,
Stiffness of. Joints,' Spinal Complaints, ~r4inzbar,o,
Ne.nral,Tia, Nim-roux 7'rembrs, Dizziness of IheDend,
pain in the Chest and Side, General Dehility,!Dc.ficien
, ry of Nervous and Physical Energy, and ail NERV2
! OUS DISCHIDP.II.S. In crises ofconfirmed Dyspepsia,
which is simply a nervous derangement of.the diges
live organs, they have been found equally successful.
Their . e,:fraordi;iarr citeets'imon the syster"must be
Wiinessed to be believed, and as a certain p °reran.°
for`th tli
e preceding comptaintsev are :;
equal .reeenli-
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m e nd e d. The Rings are of diiferent prictss, baing
made ()call sizes, and of various ornamentallpatterns,
and can be worn by the most delicate female without
the . slightest inconvenience. In fact, the 'sensation
is rathei agreeable than otherkrise.
The Galvanic rielle,
Garters,
In some eases of a very
as
ere character, and of
long standing, the power as applied by the Galvanic
Iting,s is not Imiticient to arrest the progress hf disease
and ultiinately restore health. 'The improted Medi
ncation it the Galvanic Belts, Bracelets, 4., entire
ly retumlies this objection; any degree 6f p wer that
is required cdn readily he obtained, and nu ccinplaint
which the mysterious_ agent of Galvanism OH effect
-xi!! fail to he permanently relieved. Thesb articles
ant aFtapted to the Nx aists,:arms, wrists, limbl7, ancleS,
or any part of the body, with perfect min enience.
.Tho Galvanic Necklaces= cool with are: ter hone
fit in cases iii . Bronchitis or affections! of he throat
gciieraliy; also in cases of Nervous ilicaenebs; and
with almost uniform success as a preventivo for Apo
plenyi Epileptic Fits, and similar clonidaiAls.
Chrhitle', Inagnei 1c liquid!
is used in co micetion with the Galvanic Dings and
all their modifications. This composition itns heal
promo:need k r thr ! , tench Chemists to be end of the
most extraordinary discoveries of modern science. It
is believed to priS4CPllS•ih t ) rcniarkable powirof reit,
e'..sring thenerm:sensitivc to galmlic artiO3 by tits
means eausing a concentration of the intieetice, at the
seat of dk-eace, this giving rapid and pertain - lent ke.-
lief. No other composition in chemistry is tk nown to`
produce the snme etrect, or to iMpart a si4iitar pro
perty ts, the merlons 1; stem, by means efan 'outward
local application. The mnnetic Fluid cenqina ni'itli,
mg capaide Ofthe ' slightest injury; 4,, a ppA c ti on i s ,
agreeable, 441 it is as harmless i - ii its actifln as it is ,
~,,qi,T ± T.l ii - ~,t 1 re4ilts. Full explanations aind three
bona accompany it. 'lhe cfa,F4/imrd inycntihns are in I
every tiny perfect:-: 111.1110es:sr they are soldl at prices 1
within the reach cf all and Om, discovere4 innly re- i
i i I:f`As a Nl' trial as a test of their.aurprisiq. ef f icacy
and permanent benefit. . .
C bri“..i e:s t: tti Tan Sr, .9trenntttening Pins.
ters.
There articies forth another .valualde att,plicatton
of the mysterious influence ortlitlvanit.m. !They are
an important adjunct to the genuine Galvahie Itingn
and their modifications, actigg Opoothe satho princi
ple, but having the advantago of more applica
tion. They are confidently recommended as a Vai u
alA e addition in the speedy cure ofltheumatism,nente
or 'chronic; it: all .tierVOUS complaints, and as a posi
ti:e remedy in cases orPain arid WO/m - 0s in the
Cijott or flack, Pain in tie Sid, in .4svottic AireetiOns,
and in Weak:yeas 41' Oppression cfthe Pulmonary Or
gans. In Spinal Curtuiainis their effecta tire of the
most decided character, and they have ooen be - en
used with complete success. They are alfru.of the
greatest adv — antage in Pains and Weakne.ts of the
Ilreao,,and arc highly recommended fur Many °ribose
rotniilaints to V.."111C11 'f!111.11 , ! a are especially lial,lc. As
an ctrectual means for st;rengthening the sysiem when
debilitated with disease or mitel:causes; as a certain
Mil in Constitutional Weakness, as a Preventive al
Colds, and in all aireetaens of the Chest, t;cncrally,
the Galvanic Strengthening Plaster will bq found of
great and permanent athantage. In a few! words; it
en:hi-aces all the virtues of tha best tonic prtiplration,
with the important addition of the galvanic thiluence,
which is neither impaired nor exhausted, while the
action continues. These articles will be Ibutid entire
ly free front those objections which are a! constant
source of complaint with the ordinary piasters in
COllllllOll use.
CAUTION
rr The great eeltquity and sticees. or Oiese arti
cles. tare cau,ed them to be conitterle;ted,•nprin
eipletl persons. TO provide against inipt4tion, Dr.
Cultism: has but oni authortzed agent in each city of
the Union. The only agent in Pittoburgh,
W. W. WILSON.
CERTIFICATES .iND TEsTwoNtALS,
Of the . highest and most respectable chain:ter, are
constantly received, regarding the extraordinary
rabic anti success of the above articles.. It is believ
ed that in the city of New York alone, uPwards of
Eictur TllousAND PEnseNs during naperiod of
less than a Year, have heen entirely rciimled of the
most painlbi chronic disorders, some Of wihich have
completely baffled all former efforts of mMilcal art.
indeed many of the first physicians of thigeity, who
disapprove or the Galvanic and Magnetic IMachint,
constantly recommend this application in their prac
tice, and li'ith the exception. of those Who are too
prejudiced to give it e Ariel, the inventidn haa re
ceived nnanimonii fa‘or with the nol,pt 'utelligent
anieng the American Faculty.. Dr: Christ c is at all
tines ready and most happy to giae every thcilify to
physicians, :Lad all interested, for testing the truth ol
his assertions and the efficacy of his discomcry.
Only _agency in Pittsburgh, corner or 4th and
Market street. oetl4-tily
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Drugs, Drug's, Drags, 1
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At N 0.2. Commercial Raw, Libut y . street, f 4 .Big Got
drn Mortar , ' °ace more. I
II ANS & ROCK‘ITAy, thankful for thefliberal pa
-1 trunage, which they have heretutinle received
and wishing to merit ad increased share ut 'public pa
tronage, would respectfully call the attention of the
phblic to our stock of goode which we a e now re
ceiving fur the tall trade. Among whi may be.
finnul in quantities to suit purchasers, the folloWing
articles.
Ithuebard Root, . Liquorice Root,i
Flour Sulphur, • do. , Ball, L •
Gum Arabic; Refined Borax,
Cal'd Magnesia, Sal Soda, i
Curb Magnesia, Spanish Brown,'
Gum Aloes, .Gum Copal, ,
Cream' Tarter, ' Roll Brimstonej
C:1101110 - , --. White Chalk, •
Sup Carb Soda, Ext. Logwood,
Epsom . Salts, ' Chip'd do.
Glauber do. Madder, 1
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Yellow Ochre,
Tartaric Acid,
Gum Scummony, Chrome Yellow,
Dal Copavia, •.. do. Green,{
Salt Petro, Rose Pink. ..? .. 4.
Together with a general assortment ofOls Paints,
Varnishes, Paint Brushes', Dye Woods, S4c:&c., all
or which will be sold as low as at any other house
, r .
in the city. . 1 sepl9
TILE HEIDELBERG CATECLLISM, Or. a steii
azefoortmLelyttilllzancill)o.liti4nifitgsantyr by mn tli
Ge - rma
For sale at our store, No.:116 Wood"-st. .?ittsburgh.
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•Health is _the charin of life, withontit gold,
-Love, letters, - friends, all, all, are unenjoyed.
"::7 0 ". DOCTOR BROWN,, a
4 „ 4 4. "_:1 reg,uiarly educated physi.
.:.".5 - <. - ,7 , TC':..„' cian' from the eastern cit .
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4 1 *ltt ics, would respectfully. ant
5•."..."., ..1.1,..,:rw.,. -- .2t. - ,;.... - *;-,.." -- nounce, to the citizens of
4:l3`i . 7 .` la Pittsburgh, Allegheny and
!v;-' ''' vicinity, that he can .be
consulted privately and
confidentially, every day
evenieg at,.hia- office, on
Die/not:4' 2 Alley,- a feW
. dOore'ffom Wood street,
towards the marlzet.. - . • ...,... 1 c0tre,,... , , :
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Dr. Brown givef his particular. attention to the
reatrnent and in‘ : eatigation of: . the: following disea
ses: ~ . ... ~
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AR diseasesarising 'from Imotiritiesof the Bleed,
scrofula, - syphilia,l - seminal •avek - ness. imnoten
salt rheum, iliseas4 . of the eye and car; rheumatism;
piles.PalSeY. • .......
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Di;.llrown has ; new p.easure in announcing to,
the : public, that ht. 6410 possession of thelatest bah
formation. and improvement,:in the treatment - of
secondary syphils,Practised at the Paris Lock Hos
pital The modem researches- on , syphilis ? . it's
complications and consequences, and the implored
modes of practicarhieh hire been matte.'known
to the public hut Tecentley, ...it'd to. those chiefly,
who' makelhis btanch of Medicine, - their partieu
far study and practise. " ' ' „. •
Many'bew and 1 - aftiable remedies late
ly
bacebeth . intmduced,"whteliseetires the patientheing intr . ;
curialized out of e.y.l.stence. - Strangers arc apprised
that Doctor Broxo . has been . educated in every
branch of medicine, and reiutitily admitted in
.
practise, and that he now cdniines himself
.to ~tbe.
study and practieq'of this, particular branch,logeth
efwi th all diseases of n Private or delicate' nature,
incident to the human frnme. No cure, no pay. -
Recent cases are Feliet:ecl_jp a short time,.: with
outinterruption from business.
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45 0 01 lice on Diamond Alley, a few doors from
Wood rtreet, towards the market. ,Consultations
strictly confidential. .. myl2-41&wy
' Dr. Osborne , slindinn 'Vegetable nester
.fiattr,e Plain. • ,
Prepared by Dr. George Bennett, of Neu, York city.
r 1111 E unprecedented success that has attended the
I use these Pills in the practice of the propric-
I for roe the last sit or eight years, has induced him
Ito yield to the importunities of many who have used
and been benefit - mil by thcin,and make arrange 7
r inents to place them within thereach of the public
I getierallr.. •In,doing so he feels called upon to say
Ithat the Indian Vegetable Restoratiie Pills is deoi.
cleillyiiiiperior to any with which he is acquainted.
They coinblne the properties of many of the best
vegetable mediciffes fused in lib other pills) in such
a manlier as to afford not only immediate and tem
porary but permanent relief. '
The .valuuble tonic which enters into their com
position, by their : action upon the secretory organs
hold in check thopurgative principle, and induce a
gentle and natural operation,withoutinconvenience
tor pain, and while:they restores natural, and healthy
!action of the stomach, liver and bowels, they ha
-1 crease instead of diminishing the strength ' or the pa
tient. 'fhe general opinion that apowerful a.ndivica
lent purgative is necessary is founded in' error; they
in general irritate the stoma and bowels, derange
:the accretions, and are p'rodrictive of very serious
consequences, and it should be - known that the great
masa of pills in general use are composed or the
must powerful and irritating purgatives, and act with
too great a degree ot' violence, producing that de
rangement in the system that is hallowed by c.rn
-1 stigation of the bowels, indigestion and costiveness.
I Prom •these facts the natural inference would he
that to maintain uniform health it ie necessary 'to.,
correctunhealthy secretion, expel morbid humeis
and purify the system,-billic use of a medicine that
will act efficieuily yet mildly, assist instead of de
ranging the organs of the system, and thus. bring na
tura': iu its proper altd healthy channel, to accomplish
which uo niedicine is superior to the Indian Vegeta ,
blelteistorative Pills; their operation Is, iu ordinary
doses, to promote a natural and easy evacuation, and
at the same time by their tonic property impart vigor
and health to the system, but a, hen a powerful and
speedy operation is Accessary, it will be accomplish
ed by increasing the dose, which may be done with
. perfect safety, aithey arc entirely Vega:able. -,
They have been used as a himily medicine for
years by many of the first respectability, and altho , '
they- are riot - mental/fended. to 4, heal -all the ills
that flesh is heir tif; ,, vet it has been found very rare
that it has been found necessary for those using them
to employ any ether-medicine, and -their occasional
use will almost invariably prone an effectual preven
tive to disease. They are exactly adapted to the use,
of families , travelers and seamen; they cleanse the I
blood, raising a free circulation—open the obstruc
tions and promote the secretions.of healthy bile,and I
consequently are an excellent medicine for nausea,i
indigestion, nervous disorders, dejection, liver cam -I
plaint; pains in the head, side and 'breast, costive , '
Hess, loss ofappctitc, urinary obstructions, ague and
fever, bilious and intermittent fever, dysentery, rh en
tnatiam. schrfula, and arc eminently useful in all fe:
male complaints—and in one word, all diseases aris
ing from uuhealthy secretions and impurity of the
blood. Numerous testimonials of their efficacy in'
particular cases might be added, -but the propriutor
prefers presenting a few certifi4ates of their general
character, from persons of unquestionable candor
sail veracity, who would not in any degree lend their;
influence to promote anything that is not ofdccided
utility, and rely upon their intrinsic merits to pie
theta a reputation, feeling a perfect confidence that
non, will abandon their use who give them a fair
trial. .
heads of famPies should alm,:ay's keep a titiantity
o 1 Dr. Osborne's Indian 'Vegetable Restorative Pills
in the house; they never fail. For those who arc
subject to.fits, headache, giddiness', ilimnesiof sight
or drowsinesii arising from too great a flow ; of blood
to the head, should take thesepille in preference tit
anything else, as thev arc a sure remedy.
Females who value good health should never be
withent Dr. Osborne's Indian Vegetable Restorative
Pills, as they purify the blood, remove obstructions,
and give the skin a beautiful, clear, healthy and be:
coming appearance. 1t bas been admitted bya
nutri
her of physicians that females cannot too highly value
theJe pills. •• ,
CERTI FCATES
The following certificates are from the Rev: Thus.
Newman and the Rev. David NVelister, ministers .i.O
the Methodist E. Cliiireli,NcWil'orit Con terence.
Ntw PALTZ, ee pt. sth, '45.
Dr. Osborn—Dear . 'Sir: I have used your Indian
Vegetable Restorative Pills myself, and made use of
them in my family, and most theerfully recommend
them as a very valitable.family medicine.
Reipectfiilly, ' Timatts NEW3IA.X.
MARLBORO, Aiigust.jd,
D. T. Osborn—Dear Sir:. 1 harefilr sometime past
made use of your Indian Vegeuilde Restorative Pills.,
both myself and in my family, and do most cordially
recommend them as superior family medicine.
Their action is exceedingly mild anttellicacious, and
so far as inv experience goes, they arc 411 that you
recommenti them to Ge.
Respectfully, DAVID WEItiMER.
Lefler from the Rev. George Rows. •
Et.x Dorm, Walworth couuty,•Wis.
Dr. Osborn.—l t is with pleasure I inform you m
the great benefit which I have derived from your
pills. I have been in a decline tbr some time, which
has greatly alarmed me, more especially as soy com
plaint was a consumptive one, and I have alio been
very billions, and have. labored severely faith pains
in any head, and my eyes htive been so affected asto
turn of a cloudy, Sallow arid other disagreeable com
plexions. My wife, had antlered also from great
weakness anitievere pains, and as your pills have
so wonderfully relieved us, we have sounded the
name of dial all over our neighborhood ; and wher
ever any extraordinary cure is known, as the most
valuable preparation for purifying the blood andreg
elating, the system. I' should not have known the
worth of your pills had it not been rhr the „Rev. W.
Dowit, of Cuddebackville, Sullivan county, N. Y.,
who with great kindness sent me a bOx to try them,
and to that box of pills I owe my cheafth; rind'.33the
agent here is out of your pills; I will) you would send
roe a package of boxes as soon as possible.
Respectfully, . GEORGE BOWLS.
Dinr.crion.—Dr. Osborne's Indian. egetable Re
storative Pills should be take',, every night for al
week, less or more, as the obstinacy of the disease,'
or circumstances are: " The usual dose is front 2. - to 5,
according to the constitution of the person, buttheJ
should be taken in sufficient quantities to operate
two or three times on .the bowels. Very delicate
persons should begin with but twe, and increase as
'be u.ittu e °rile case may require.
.Those more ro ,
!inst . & of very costive habit, may begin with three
and inereaso . to oilier even more if it shall be found
necessary, and they will effect sufliciently happy
change to guide the patient in their future ase.
Each hos-contain sTrem 35 to 40. pills—Price 25 ctn.
Sold, wholesale and retail, at W. JACKSON'S Patent .
Medicine•Wareliduse, No. `S9, Liberty st., head of
Wood, the only Mace in Pittsburgh where, the genu
ine Br. Osborn's. Indian Vegetable Restorative-Pills
can be *obtained. . : ,
.octi9-.418m6th
fiIiLORIDH of Liuw lilatoro and for sale by
octp. HAYS & BROCH.WAXy.
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PERSPIRATION.
THE preceding Cgure-is
given to represent the Its
PEnsernAirette l
It is the great eracuallon
for the impurities of the
iody. It will benoticed
hat a thick cloddy mis
mites film all poinls.at
the' surface, which india
cams that this' porspittt
iou flows uninterrupted:
y.wheh wo art!Mhealth;
tut ceases when we &TO
-
sick. Lice .cannot,he sue
tai ned witliout it. O. is throWit off from the blood and
other I ui..:lssrfifi,litotty, and disposes by thie-theans,or
nearlyall the itnpurines within us. The laniiiktips e arr
Scripture is "in the Blood is the Life." •If it over
- games impure, it may be traced directly to tile atoitl
•pnge of the insensibleperspiration. Thus we see, kit
that is necessary , when theblood is stagnant, or in- -
fected, is to open the pores, and it relieves itsel (Trona -
all impurity instantly. Its own-heat and vitality are
!sufficient, without one particle Of Medicine,' except
to open the pores upon. the surface. Thus - we see •
the folly of taking somuch internal remedies. All
practioners, however...direct their efforts to restore
the Insensible PersPiration.,. The Thoinpsonian, for
instance;Siiiimi,-the Ifydropathist shrouds us in wet -
blankets, the ifornopmhist, deals out infinitissimals,
the Allopathist bleeds and • doseil upi 'with mercury,
and the blustering Rila4 gorges us - with pills, pills, (
pills.
To_ vie some idea of the amount of tha
Perspiration, we will state that the leantetLPF.:
tewenhock; ascertained that five-eights of all weje
eeive into the stomach, passed lab) , this Meani. In
Ealler vvorida; if we eat and drink eight pounds per'
y, we evacuate five pounds of it by the Insensible
ersinration'.:
• This is none other than the nied up particles of
the blood, and' ther juices giving Once to the new
and freali 'ones.. To check this, therefore, is to re
tain intim system . five-Medal eolith'? virulent matter,.
that nature demands shoultilCare. the body.
By a sudden tranaition from heat to cold, theporeS"
ate stopped, the perspiration: ceases, and disease be. ,
gins at once to develope itself. Hence, astoppage of . -
this flow of the juices, originates so many corr.--
' It is by stopping the pores, that oferwhelms manf , ^.
kind with coughs, colds; and consumption. Nina
tenths of the • world die from diseases induced by-a
sto4age of the Insensible Perspiration.
' Llt me ask, noiv, every candid mind, what course .
I seen 3 the most reasonable to pursue, to unstaitothei
pipit*, after they are closed. Would you give physic
to unstop, the pores? Or would you apply something'
that would do this upon the surface, where the clog
ging, actually is? ,And . yet I know of no .phyaiciarr
who makes any .external applications to effect it.-,
Unaer these circumstances,,l . piresent to physicians('
and to all others, McAlister's All-Healing ointment,'.
Or the •TVerld's Sake. It, has power to restore per:.
splration on the feet, on tbe - hcad old sorev,riporthe •
chest, in short, upon any part of the body, wlkther
diseased slightly or severely. " •"
It haspomer to cause all external sorest, scroftilont
himors, skin diseases, poisonous wounds, to des , .
charge their putrid matter, and then heals them.
It is a remedy that sweeps off the whole catalogue
of cutaneous disorders, and restore the entire cuitcle
to its healthy functiosis. : •
'lt is a remedy that forbitiethciteceissity of so many-.;
sod deleterious drugs taken into the stomach...
his a remedy that neither sicknens, gives incrinve.. i.
.'donee, or is jlancerous to the intestines.
It..preserves and defends the surface from all de.
.rangement of its functions. The surface is the out.
let of five-eiclits of the bile and used up matter with
in. It is pierced' ith millions of openings to relieve,
therintestines. Stop up these pores, and death knacks
at your do6r. 'lt is rightly termed
there is searcely"a"dis , case, external or infernal; thitt
it Will not benefit. I have used it for the last fourteen '
years for all diseases of the chest, consuMptiow,lir':•;•
er invoking the utmost danger and responsibility, and
I declare before !leaven and man, that not inisne.•!
sintlocaso has it failed to benefit, when the patient: ,
was within the reach ,Of mortal means.
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I have had physicidns, learned in the prefessi6e
hive had nainistOrs of. the Gospel, Judges on. tub
bench, Aldermen and Lawyers '
:gentlemen 'of ttia
highest erudition and multitudes of thepoth*,:wie it ,
in every variety of way, and there has beep but one
voice-r-one united and universal voice—riaying “Itle: •
Allister, your Ointment is good.
CONSUMPTION.—It can hardly be credited that a
salve can have any ellect upon the lungs, seated am
they are within the system: But if placed upon the
*chest, it penetrates directly to the lungs,,seperatea
the poisonous. particles that are eimsuining them,
and expels them from the !system. .
,I need not say that it is curing pefiseins of consump
tion -Continually; although we are toldlitis foolish.
mesa, I care not whisk is said, so long oh I can cure.
several thousand persons yearly.
IIEADACIIE.----The Salve hai cured persons or
the headache of ten year standing, and.whe bad it
regularly every week, so that vomiting, often took ,
•place.'
'Deafness and Eat Ache f are helped with like sue—
teas: •
COLD FEET.--Consumption, Liver 'complaint,
pains in the chest or side, falling off the hair, one or
the other always accompanies Mild•feet. •
The Salve will cure every-case. • -
In Stroufla, Erysipplas, salt Rheum; Liver.c,ona- : -
plaint' Sure Eyes, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Bronehitii,-
-Broken or Sure Breast, Piles, all Chest Diseases snob
as Asthma, Oppression,P sin, also Sore Lips, GIME.-
ped Ilands,-Turaciers, Cutaneous Eruptions, Nervous.
d-
Diseases, and of the Spine there is probably Uo.me
icine now known so good.
BUIINS.—It is the beat thing in the world for.'
Burns., (Read the Directions around the box.)
PIMPLES ON THE FACE—Masetiline,Skio gross
surface. Its first action is to expel all -humor.. -It.'
will not cease drawing till the face is free from any
matter that may be,ledged under the skinand . fro.
quently breaking - out to the serrate:
.It then, heals.
When there is nothing but grossnes.s,'or dull repot.; %.
Sive surface, it begins to soften and soften until the''.
skin becomes as smooth and delicate as aChilds. •
WORMS.—If parents knew how fatal most medl
eines were tb children taken inwardly, they would
be slow to resort to:them. Especially "mercurial
Icizeng,es” called "medicated lozenges," tfvermi-, -
tuges”,pills, - .8:c.. The troth is,
.no one can tell;
variably when worms arc present. Now let me sa . Y..,
to flat:eats 'that 'LW Satire 'will always tell ira
has *worms.; It will drive every- vestige of them ? ,
war.. (Iteacrthe directions around the box.)
There ii • probably no Medicine on the face of the
earth at once so sure and 60 safe in the expulsiorrot
TOLLET.—Although I have said little about it as.:
a hair restorative yet wilLstalie it against the world; .;
They may bring their Oils far and near, and
restore the lixir two cases to their one. ,
,;
OLD SOIIES.—That some. Sores are an 'outlet to
the impurities of tne system, is, because they. cannot "
'NIES olf through the natural'ehanneli of the insensb.
[do Pe - ipiration. If tuch sores are healed up the
impurities must have some other outlet, or it will
en
danger life. This salve - will always • provide' fbr
such emergencies. -
RELEtiMATISAI.—It removes almost immediately
the inflamnitinon and swelling, 'when tho pain , of -
COUTIM COMM.
FErERS.-;-In all cases of fever, the difficultylies
in the pores being locked up; so that the beat and
.perspiration cannot pass off. If the leak moisture
could be started the crisis has passed and the danger
over. The All-Healing Ointment will in all cases of
levers almost instantly unlock the skin and bring forth
the perspiration.
SCALD HEAD.—We have cured cases- that ac to
ally defied every thing known, as well as the ability'
of fifteen or twenty doctors. One man told tis be
had spent $5OO on his-children whi:it-any benefit,
when a few hoses of the ointment mired 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 INIEDICINE—No man can meas C
. its value. So long as the stars roll along pier,
the Heavens—so long as ;man treacle the •eaittilsels• '
ject to all intimitics of the Llesli—cm Tong as disease
and .sickness is known just so 'lank will this good'
Ointment be used and esteemed. When man cuss;
es from oil the earth, then. the demand will cease; •
and not•tiil then. 7 JAMES McALISTER Se Co. -
.Sole proprietors of the above Medicine: PriOe 25
cents per box. • •
the. All-Ifealing Oinurieni .hsul •
been greatly cothitorreitedl we have given .
tien to the public that cgrevOintmerit will be . genuine :
wakes, the euthca of Tames McAlister, or IgnesAff- ;
I Ander 4. Co.,' arc WRITTEN with a erav upon EVERT.•
labbl.7 NOIV RE hereby, a reward of $5O to..
be 'paid on conviction in any of the constituted;
courts courts of the UnitedStates.,.fur any indivicloail ,c,0un,44
torreiting, our naatne and .ointment.
•
PRICE 25 GENTS. PER BOX.
AGENTS 1N PITTSBURGH---Brnun • &
corneool , Liberty and-'St. Clair stn. are the *Mots
sale agents, and L. Wilcox, jr. corner Marltet'st. and .
the Diathond; Hays & Brockway, (Druggists No 2, .
Commercial Row; Liberty st.; J. 11. Cassel, corner or
Walnut and Penn streets., sth ward, and sold at the'
Bookstore in Smithfield at., 3d door.from SecOnd at;.
and in Allegheny eity by.H. P. Schwartz, and J. Sao
gent, and by J. G. Smith (Druggist) Birmingham; and
D. Negley, Eaxt H. Itowlak4, McKeesport;
SaimetWalker, lillizab'eth; AI ciAlet &Sow,
tuangithela. City; N.B,,Bowman J. - T. - Rogers;
Brownsville;
~ Par 'Drz Smi_th, Bridgewater; and .
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