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~P litalbargb. Portable Boat Line,
otii. thinsporiation of freight between
burgh And 'the - Atl attic' cities, via Pennsylvania
imProvoulents and Baltimore and Busquelanna rail.
.1"--n.Tlititrciptietiiis of this old eitablished line, having
betnpletbd-their arrangements, arerprepared to ..for
ward goods to and from the East (on the'OpenintOf
t~i>s banal navigation;) on as reasonable teims any
tthWeriiptinsible - line,' and are '-determined stip! -n0
Oitti OV , ""ittOntiOn on their part shall be -- v,alyting to
walla a eolith:Mince 'of tint patronage so'liberally
bltirtiseegl upon them for 'several years past,
I,l7lieVaeeideil anemia of the- porfthle Boat system,
lifieinlWit "'O.' the tegolariti and4lospatob
dlliviirigoefooda; the alio - el - Mit of ail, risk
orifaar„, - brealtage•-6t; other dimate, - incident to the ;
old tifystorn;vrlierts goods hive to be hurriedly tree
shipped the mere han ta
bit dedir-iii -which:produce. has:been avowedly de.
lias-Indueed thrfpropristors to in
eriStise tt .r,t:t=.stoek Considerably this season. Their
.extensive warehouse at each point, (unequalled by
any other line,) affords them facil ties to conduct their
ladblast; with deipatch; and to shippers the conven
ieennce of free storage, if requiied, until their arrange
met/warp complete—while their long experience in
iht carrying trade, it is presumed, wilt be sufficient'
(futkra.rttettto ;heir patriiiiioind.the public'that. they
• T.l..Pl•os7Y...l:4elexf,ilicatneirea to give ganet?l salts
transmitted free vi, eharge
sidianeing or storage, and all com
.llwAuciii.co:lo!*.romxpemig, 4eats promptly attend
- iiTtt.'fi. O , CONNF.P.,
Cor. Penn and' Wavne sts.;Pitfsbuith.
TIIOI - A.S BORBRIDGE,
2:7,3 Market at., Philadelphia..
O , CONNOIIS & CO.,
North st., Baltimore.
1846 Cr' - - - aft .-- ;
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C°DLICTI 7 ;I) on strict Sabbsth-lteeping princi
not claiming - to . be the only line that
tA.#o,condUcted.,... The proprietors of this old I.stab 7
Wilted line have put their stock in the most cemplcw
are. thoroughly prepared to forward
trite%axid nierchadize tdttud - fronkthe Eastern cities
- • •• •
• pirthe . cipen.ing ofriarigation.
Wei trust that our long - experience in the carrying
3sliteks,land zealous attention to the interests or en.-
- paters, will secure to us a continuance and incroanr
of.9is patronage heretofore bestowed on 'Bing ham's
*_ •arfangements'orill 'enable us to carry freight
10E114. 7 attbost despatch; and our prides shall al
. iiiii.b,e.na,the lowest Charged by other responsible
Mince and rnerchandize will bereceived and for
- rfiglisti east and west without any charge fur wirer
-lis44.itaragc or conarnission.
111 Sof,lading forwarded and every direction
protriti.qattended to. .
iadrcsi, or *apply to WM. DINGIIAM,
Ciial Basin, ccir.Liherty and Wayne sta., Pitt , Vg,
UINGIIAMS, DOCK d- STRATTON,
t • No. 270 Market st., Philadelphia.
JAMES WILSON, Agent,
• No. 143 North Howard st., Baltimore,
WILLIAM TYSON, Agent,
• ; -, :1 1 1 340- y - - No. 10 West st., New York.
• . —lntlepetattent Portuble Boot Line,
.111.122 • it Wl:v-7•74 . -Y-L
aWI. the transpOrtation of produce and merchan
dize La Pittsburgh,Baltiniore and 11111-
'isollibiarEltrwithout transhipping. Goods
‘to . tinicate, wiil be fOrwarded without deiay, at
,thet kiwebt current - rates; Bills of Lading transmitted.
and all instructions promptly attended to, free
iirtous arty extra charge for storage or C*lnnssion.
Isthiress . C. A. 111'ANCIL o
Canal Basin, Pittsburgh,
ROSE, 11EILIIILL k Co.,
Smith's Wharf, Baltimore.
MEARS, RAYNOR t: Co.,
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.lacifottir - COmintissiiiii,Bllll6lCBl,
With lieceiviug For.oridink House, at FRA N K
r LTh Tynunmo county, Penn.,
-ITICKLIY & DRYDEN.
Itf-R. JAS. pßOr.itliSiing purchasecis lot, stills
cilipiiiiik;(knoutii df FrOdli4r.fili,Lint.niutiteil
correctly; if posifibli,..l4.;llC-.:Piii• :Minds iitui
the pilfgre will: iihen't.ll.4.llhve
anY ciiiieittraOte tci*Lke'te - or from this point.
rrankltri;lsef:24 IEO6. - ~143.Faa
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Pleltscorth's Way Freight
MIXCLUSP'F.LT for the transportation of way
liLl:freight botweert Pittsburgh, Blair,ville, Johns
.. 10:12%; I.l9llia.ty.6l;Urgh t , lyater stre e t, And ail interns e
lta ..P4c- 3 - • -
uz 9ne . boatleaTea thci Warehouse of C. A. 7%1cAnu1.,-;tykC.a.;-Pltraliurgh,
.,- ; tykC.a.; - Pltraliurgh, °lieu day (e reept Sundays) and
o Sitiopgiaman depend. on liaring. their goods
..goiyaarded - lii.lnant delay and on accommodating
'''' - '3:i'ProictiFortli 'of boats, Nilo, Exclange, Paris and
Allifiles of troats;-Puili - and
of 'cars on Portage Rail Road.
A GENT 3.
.7.- : P/CKW.ORTET,. Canal Basin, Johnstown,
Nti4L , " tio:liciaysburgb,
~; , .4pri.N. P LTY & Co., Pittsburgh.
4 XONONC4.IIIIELA ROUTE,
- VIA BROWNSVILLE.
TO,I3.ALTI3IoRE., in 32 hours—fare 010.
T . 44 Pgi . LA.l - 121.P11.11 in 40 hours—fain $l2.
.ONLY 73 MLLES STAGING Aus ,„, z . v:
~•• • - U. S. MAIL.
Th"ei . Gre3l, Spocd Regularity and Reputation
attlined` by this plessint passenger Route,
has, induce:l.Mo. Post Master Gsneral, to place the
tr,Msi 4 . - :Y4rk and ""Pa mails to PittsLiurz, h, up-
it4eritir and swift steamers CONSI:L aaJ
.IIi:BTIBM'LANE, leaves the Monongahela Whari:,
ractsel "at 8 o'Otoert every morning, and at 6 o'-j
- ittoaft - ,:eoiy evening, $ except Sundays. Splendidti
await.thair arrival at Brownsville, lb trans -'1
l'asiengers and I'dnil; only 73mi/es to Mc /Ili/-
road at Cumberlarid.
3.4le.preparstions on this route a-re ample, and the
uoineettims'complete, so that disappointment or de.:
lays will be unknown upon it.
fickets, passets can delay at Cumber4l
ind . .of at Blitimore,duriiig their ple:rsure, and con4 l
:lirele their journey either by steamboat or cars td
Ofdec in the "St. Charles Hotel," Wood et. Pitta
iipi) Es & ALCORN, (late of New York city,)
_IRA No. 27, Fifth st., between Wood and Market`
"Mailitllictitritrs of 'Mustard, Ground Spices, Catsupsi
lia:dkc., will open during the present week a large
assortment or articles ity their line, which they will
iwholcsole in quantities to suit dealers, nt Eastere
wholesaloprices. All articles sold by them warren)
„Old. Merchants intending, to go cant would do well
,tic4ll before leaving the city. They miy be found
4tAh ir warehouse, No. 27, Fifth st., in Ryan's build
jog,. . . sep7
TO ARMS TO ARMS !!
THREATENED Invasion of 14estern
Pennsylvania by Col. Swift, with 10,00,0,,
nutwitlistandirg wriicb, J. M. White will cod.
Ileac to sell clothing cheaper than any has hereto lure
heel:Cent - ed . in the Western country, having the
Largest establishment in the city, fronting on Liberty
• and Sixth sta. lie is how prepared to show to his
aumbrobs patron! the greatest_ variety of clethit,
.. - eassitneres; vesting., and clothing °Fall description"),
...suitable - for' the approaching season, that has eve.r
;been offered in this market, to which all can hafe
the - Right of Way._ Observe the corner, No.
Liteity esti tip stS. J. 1.1. WHITE, Tailor;
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' Wholesale Shoe Store. ---- 1
•:' ' ' IL Crfill.:DS & Co., are now receiving thir
' spring supplies; consisting, of one of
' the'largest, cheapest and best assert
kiiiint - of Boots and Shoes that they have everhcien
- able, to bring to this market.' Also, Ladies' and
MisieS , Florence Braid, and Straw Bonnets, of the
latest style; together with' a splendid assortanent.of
Palm Lett Hata, Alen's . and Bore summer Caps.
Alsopt large lot of New York Tanned Sole Leather,
_-all .'of which hiving been purchased at the loWost
, iitesi and selected; with great . care-for the western
: a. radev will be sold at a:Small advance above cost and
,-tliluges.. , Jilt ,merchants \visiting to purchase Will
-find:it ttitheir interest to Call and examine their stock
,issiforepurehasing.elsewhare. - - - mer27-ff
-..:-;z-. ~.•;- -:.:,,
Teibscoit 9 a Vexieret raat,gestilien °lace.
-h REMITTANCES anil. - passal:lto- Mr >
and froth 'aRr...AT . 1112/T. - 111N
• lettAzte, by W. & X.T.Tapatott
'Li Sandi street, corner of Maidsip Laneiffew York,
and' 96. Waterloo road' Liverpool.' • -
,The subscribers /*chi); accepted'othe„'ageacy
the above house, e.t.a now, prepared te: make arrange
ments upon the. meet - liberal terms 'with those-desi
rous of paying the passage of the.ir frit:nide:from the
old Cbrintry, and flatter theineselvie tlieii.cheieeter
and long• standing 'in business will give ample as
surance that all their arrangements will` - be carried
'Messrs. - W. &S. T. Toscott, are long and , thvora-1
blpp kitown for the superior, class, acconrnodation
nil' sailing_ qualities of their Packet Ships. The
QUEEN or 'rim WEST; SHERIDA'N, ROCHES
EAPOOL, 'and SIDDONS, two of whiaileive•each
Port itionthlY, from Nei , York-the 2lat and 26th and
fl•oreiLiveipool the.6fh and 11th, in additiOn to which'
tliey'havo ivrartgementiwieV the' St. George-
Orion Lines of - LiVerpool-Paiketsto insure a-depar
ture from Liverpool, every fir edays being thus aeter
mined, their facilities shill keep pace with their in
creasing patronage, while Mr. W. Tapecott , s constant
perSnnal superintendence - of the business in Liver
pool' is-an additional security that the comfort and
aeccorumudation of the passengers will be particu
larly attended to.
The subscribers being (as usual) extensively cage
gi.d in the Transportation Business between Pittsburg
-and the Atlantic Cities, are thereby enabled to take
ehaige of and tbrward passengers immediately on
their landing, without a chance of disappointment or
delay;aed are therefore prepared to contract for pas
sage from any' sea port in Great Britain or Irdland to
this City; the nature of the business they are engaged
in gi them facilities for carrying passengers so
tar . inland 'hot otherwise attainable, and will, Of ne
cessary,) forward passengers further West by the
beat mode of conveyance without any additional
charges for their trouble. Where persona 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; thus affonling aSafe and expeditious mode of
Remitting funds to those Countries, which persons
requiring such facilities, will find it their interest to NATIONAL FIRE
avail themselves of. AND mAnlinir. INSVIt A NCE COMPANT,
Application (Why letter post paid) will be prompt- New 'York.
lv:attendcd to. I well known and respectable company is pre
pared through their PITTSBURG AGENCY, to
make insurancerf every kind connected with risks
of transportation and inland navigation; to insure
acainst loss or damage by fire, Dwelling Houses,
i CLOTHING ! CLOTHING ! ! CLOTHING !!! Warehouses, Buildings M general,. Goods, Wares,
The T:aree 131 g Doors vu. The Western. and hlrclialadise; and every description of personal
-• arid Its property on the most favorable terms.
150,000 WELL SELECTED GARMENTS Applications for Insurance attended to without de•
',VOW inside and ready to be offered on the most iv at the office, No. 31 Water and 62 Front sm., by
IA liberal terms to my old customers and tire pan SPHINGER HARBAUGH Art.
lie is general. The Proprietor of this far famed and'
eitmsive establishment has now, after returning At an Election held at the office in N. Y.; May
from the Eastern cities, at much trouble and expense,; 2th, the following named gentlemen were chosen
just completed his fall and winter arrangements t o " Directors of this Company, for the ensuing year,
sup,dy his thousands of customers with our of the! viz'
III') It stocks ofClething that has ever been Joseph W. Savage, Stephen Holt,
of Bred in this or any other market west ofthe moan-. John Browner, John Ale Chain,
tains. For neatness in style and workmanship, William G. Word, Wm. W. Campbell,
bined with the very low price which they will be i Jelin Newhouse, • Jacob Miller,
sold for, must certainly render the old unritalled i William S. Slocum; Marcus Spring,
Three Big Doors one of the greatest attractions 111 John F. Mackie, Joseph S. Lake,
the western Country. It is gratifying to me to be John J. Derrick.
able to announce to my numerous friends at horse' And at a subsequent meeting of the Board, • JO
and abroad, that notwithstanding the extraordivarylSEPll W. SAVAGE, Ese. t was unanimously re.elec
e:forts which I have made to meet the in•my calls in Pfilsident fur the ensuing year.
My Inas, it is with difficulty I can keep time with the! Whl. JAMES BOGGS,
constant rush that is made on this popular establish- , au 4-1 y. Secretary
talent. It is a well established tiiet, that my sales are
eight or ten Crries larger than any other house in the I
trade, and this being the case on the amount sold, I
can a'llvrd to sell at much less profit than others could
"Posribly th i nk of doing if they wished to cover con
tingent caponses. I intend to mahe a clean sweep
of all my present stock . before the beginning of next
esmirg to this coneicsion, I will make it the
Mterest of every ra!n, as Ito 'want; a ehe,i.o astute
ittit, to call and purchase at the Three Et;c:
JOHN I',l•CLiiiisW Ey
TA.AFFE S O'CONNOR i
Forwarding and Commission ?ilerchants.
inar27,iSzwy, Pittsburgh, Pa.
4 WESTILIWELT, the old and well lino , "
Vemtnin Maker, formerly of Seconc
and Fourth stn., takes this method to inform his man,
friends of the tact that his Factory is now to Cull op.
'oration on St. Ciair st., rear the old i l / 4 11c7,hent
priilg •, where a constant supply of Binds of cartons
;Colors and qualities, is constantly kept on hand and
at all prices, from twenty-cents un to suit customers.
N. D. Ii required, Nandi be.put up so, that
[irk case ofalarm by tire, or othc&wise, they may he
;removed without the aid or a screw-driveroind wi:!
the same facility that any other piece of furniture
can he removed, ab.l without any extra expense.
llatb 1 Hat 2 1
24 SPRING F.ISHION.—Just received by jp
espress Boca New York, the Spring Style'—"'VA
ofliats. NI those in want of a neat superior fiats
ire respectf , i;lv invited to call. S. MOORE.,
N 0.93 Wood st., 3 doors bel,v'tl , amontl Alley.
rIN the Charge, to the memory of Ringgold;
• The Slay Queen; Parlor Quadrilles;
.The last dwcet chime;
The home that I love;
—0! wohld I were a boy again;
- Le sauvenir waltz, by li. Kieber;
°lnto of the harp;
Oakland Gallopade, by Rhoback;
Lore Not; Old Granite State;
I haveconie from a happy land;
Orphan ballad singers, by Russell;
Oh! share my cottage;
Woodman! spare that tree;
Dubli:: y% hazes, by La Britzky;
Camp Glee, by Loder: dedicated to ;Le Now
York Guards• Glee Club;
The Vocal Bt./UW:6 Of the favorite Opera of Cie
"Lore Spelt," by Donazettc;
Fon!. Songs from the Opera 11 Puritani, by Del
Duetts for two flutes, by Derbignier & Katifiner;
Ili. Grande Quick March: dedicated to General
Willig's Juvenile Pianotorte Preceptor;
Just received and for sale by
decl4 JOHN IL MELLOR, SI Wood st.
Annuals and Juvenile Works for' alas
AT COOK'S LITEItA lt Y DEPOT, No. 5.3 Fourth
The Leaflets of Memory fur 15.17.
The Floral Offering
Thn London Keepsake
The London fleadOs Book of Beauty fur 1547
The London Bible Gallery
The Boudoir Annual
The May Flower
The 'Rose ol*Fharon •
The Gift of Frieridship
The Fountain (Temperance Annual) "
The Friendship's Offering
Childe Harolde, Illustrated)
Southoy's works, "
Hamm , "
Byron, Cowper, Tasso, Milton, Scott, Burns nod
Amelia•s Poems; all dingy-307cl and beautifully bound,
and suitable for a holiday Girt.
The Youth's 13uuk of Nattru; Masterman Ready;
Moral Tale; Tales of Many Lands;
Parley's Bible Stories; Boy's Own Book;
Clara's Amusement; Young Student;
Boy's Manuel; Popular Tales;
Little Lessons fur Little. Learners;
Fireside Story Book; Clever Stories;
Holiday Tales; Rhymes for the Nursery;
Kriss Bring,le's Rare Show; My Own Story;
Very Little Tales; Prize Story Book;
Mary HOWIWR Prose and Verse Book;
Puss in Boots; Child's Favorite;
Life and Perambulations of a Mouse;
Lucy and Arthur; Old Oak Tree; The Bracelets;
BOy's First Book; Rhymes and Jingles;
Girl's Manuel; Child's Delight r Bob the Squirrel;
George's Journey; Robinson Crusoe;
Juvenile Sketches: Blossoms of Morality;
Child's Own Story 80.. k; Lazy jotwrence;
Alice Franklin; ComieNursery Tales;
Parley's Picture Book; Toy Books, &e., &c.
Also, a great variety of Appleton's Edition of Jia
venile Works not mentioned hero, entitled "Library
for My Young Countrymen." Call at COOK'S, a
Fourth at., and you can be suited. - dc24
;tolllday Goods, &o.
TIT W. WILSON,. ocir. .4th and Market at., has
on band the finest:and largest assortment-of
fine Gold and Silver Watches, in.every variety, ever
offered for s4le in this city. Jewelry: of the. richest
slid latent patterns, in large variety. Silver Ware,
Tea Ware, Table Cutlery,.Solar Lard Lamps and Gi
randoles, of the best material, patterns and wnrk
manship. Military Goods and Trimmings in general.
Allen3e,Patent - Ilevelvers, &c. All for sale at the
, W. W. WILSON. •
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f~IIII: Insurance Company , of North America,, of
Philadelphia, through its duly authorized Agent,
the subscriber;-offers-to make permanentand limited
Insurance on- property, in this city and its vicinity,
and pa stiipmnta by the canal and rivers:
Arthur G. Coffin, Preaft. Samuel Brooks,
Alex. Henry, Charles Taylor,
Samuel W. Jones, Samuel W. Smith,
Edward Smith, Ambrose White,
Julia A. Brown, Jabob.lll. Thomas,
John White, , John It. Neff,
Thomas P. Cope, Richard D..Nood,
Wm. Welsh, Henry. D.Sherrarcl,Seey.
This is the :oldest Insurance Company in tho Uni
ted States, having been chartered in 1794. Its char
ter is perpetual, and from its. high standing, long
- experience, ample means,' and avoiding all risks of
an extra lizTrtFon - s , ehtitne:tet,irray - bd ebrisidered
as offering ample security to th&public:
At Counting Room of 'Atwood, Jones Er. Co.. Wa
ter and Front streets. Pittsburgh. oct23-y.
The Frani:llu plre Itt!suraniie Company
OF FIIILADV.PriIk ,
CIIIARTF.R PERPETUAL:. $400,000 paid in of
ki lice IG3. Chesnut at., north side, near Fifth.--1
Take Insurance ; either permanent orlimited, against
loss of damage by fire, on property and effects of,
every description, in 'town or country, on the most
reasoualdc terms. Applications, made either per- .
sonally or by letters, v. ill be promptly attended t 0,,.
C. N. BAN'CKER, Prestc
C. BANcKr.B., Sec - y. '
• Charles N. Baircker, Jacob R. Smith,
Thomas Hart, George W. Richards;
Thus. J. Wharton, Mordecai D. Lewis,
j TobiaarWaguer, Adolphi-E. Boric,
Samuel Grant, David S. Brown.
1 PITTSBURGH AGENCY.
WASRICK MAreinv, Agent, at the Exchange Office
I of Wa Flick Martin, 4- Co., corner of Third and Mar
! F,re risks taken on buildings and their contents
I in Pittsburgh. Allegheny and the Surrounding coun
try. No marine or inland navigation risks taken.
jV." ,- ,,
4 . ..IF:RICAN FIItE iNsurtAscr. cOIIPANY ofl
Pai:a•.l lua--C; barter perpetzial—Ca?ital
uQU paid in. to Philadelphia, No. 72 Walnut
street—Win. Frederick Fraley,
Tins old and well established tonapany.con
:noes to irir.ore Puddings, Nlerchandize, Furniture.
and Property, not of an extra hazardous character,
as s ,aiast boss or rtAntage by Fire.
A pp:.c lt.ons ror insurances in Pittsburgh and its
neigbbnrhood will be roue:, ed, and risks taken
ether perpetually or for limited periods, on favora
ble terrns, by GM. COCHRAN, Arent,
ilec 2-1 No. 26, Woodl4mo.
.lgarels at Pittaburgli, fcr the Delaware ell - taut:l
efel y Insure:Ace Carr:p..l;ly of I'Ail<tdclphia.
IIRK RISKS upon I uihinga and March:lndite uf
cv.,-.7 ails Manna Rlatta upon hulls
or cargoes of say.*, taken upon the most favorable
(dice at the warelloosc of Ring & 'llohnes, on j
Water st.„ litar,M;u-ket street, P,:tal,nrch.
N. 11. King & Finney tavitc the confidence and I
;,a.trZtingo of their frtondt and community at large to j
'Delaware M. S. lavance Company, as an insta..!
t u t i nn a m ong the most II slong in rui!adelphiti—i
an having a large paid in capital, which, by the oper
rtti6n of its dialler, is coastantly increasing—as
yielding to each person Insured Ins dne share of the
profits of the Company., without involving him in
any re?,...‘nsibilitv whatever, beyond the premium
actually paid in b y' him; and therefore as possessing
the Mutual principle divested - of carry obnosions
tbature, and in its most .attractive form. nor
igeney of the Franklin Fire insurance
company of Philadelphia.
N. E. curlier of Third aid Wood streets, Pittsburgh.
assets of th company on the first of Janua
ry, 18-15, as published in conformity with au act
of the Pennsylvania Legislature, were
Bonds and Mortgages
Real Estatt!, at cost,
famporary Loans, Stocks and Cash,... 207.499 72
Making a total 0r 5q0.1,653 42
Affording certain assurance that all Intses will be
pay met, and giving entire security to all who
on ri_imlic.cai Crum thirl Company. Risks taken at
as tw ratesa are minststent with security.
net 8 WARRICK iIIARTIV, Agent.
Fifth Ward Livery Stable
.. I .?THE:subscriber, having bought out the well
41"1 - 1 known Livery iltable kept by C. 11. Doty, in
the Firth Ward, respectfully informs his friends nod
the puldie generally, that he will keep at all times a
stock of the best description or riding horses, hag
gins, carriages of all hinds, and in short everything
required in his line of business.
A consideraltle portion of his stock is nem, and lie
,s confident no stock in the city will be superior to
Ilis t2rrns will be moderate. Hurstahle is on Lb
arty et., a few duo's Ai)Olo the Canal bridge, where
he rempectfully eol.ata . o share of public patronnge.
frriie 13 :thin provided with an elegant Hearse,
which will be rurirshed when required. oct2s-ti
XCHANGE BROKER, corner of Wood and 3d
1,14 streets. Gold, silver and current bank note,
nought and sold. Sight checks on the eastern cities
for sale. Drafts, nova and lolls collected.
Wm. Bell & Co.,
John 11. Davis,
J. P.iinter & Co.,
Alex. Bronson St C 0 ..,
John Brown & Co,,
J. It. M'l)onald, St. Louis
W. 11. Pope, Preet Bank
Dicer Boolair.-Just Received
MEMORIAL of ,Egypt, The Red Sea,
1 - I,_ Wilderness, of Sin and Paran, Mount Sinai,
Jerusalem and other principal localiticaof the Holy
Land; visited in. 1843, with brief notes of a route
through France, Rome, Naples, Constantinople, and
the Danube; by George Fish, L. L. IL. one vol. 12
mo. Price, $1,25
Life in New York, by the author of "The old
white meeting House," ISmo Price 59. eta.
Message from God; or thoughts on religion for
thinking men, by Rev. John Cumming, D. D. I
have a message front, God unto thee." 18 mo.,
price 371 CClitY.
Sketches of North Carolina, historical and bio
graphical, illustrative of the principles of a portion
of the early settlers, by Rev. Wm. Henry Foote.—
For sale at the Heel:eters of
'ELLIOTT tk ENGLISH,
Market at. between 3d and 4th its.
ICERTIFY that I have had two beds renovated
in Kelly's Steam Renovator, and I must acknow
ledge that the process brings the feathers toll more
buoyant and pure state than when new. With the
greatest pleasure I recommend it to the public.
nov2o-tf MARTIN' LYTLE.
pRODUCE-15 Bids. Dried Peaches;
10 Sacks " -
30 Sacks Dried Apples;
3 . Blds. Roll Butter;
2 Kegs "
3 Casks Potash;
3 Bhls. Beaus,
Justreceived and ter Sale by •
61' Wood street.
The Press, •Dledlon.l 7 Fstehlty -and Whops
:sands who have - used -Dr. Swayne'a- Compound •
SYrtili - of Wild Chen*, 'all! concur in pro
• bouncing it one of the - best remedies
ever , inventedi - for the 'cure of all
PULMONARY A - FEC-•
CONSUMPTIVES B'EtiAnr. Or IMPOSITtOIS.—The
\Vild Cherry TrM, in all ages of thefssforld, and
in all countries where It is known,beth among civil
ized as well as savage nationtratid tribes, is justly
:celebrated for its wonderful mediCioal
This r oombined' with'inany other'ilihiable -vegeta
ble extbretsinrid' prelim-6dby .shilibt•physician,
who - posseesearthei.advantagea OfthdOperienCe and
practice of his profession of nearly a (pianor of a
centurY, Must he a valuablencqUisition to those who
are laboring Under any of the thingerons diseases of
.the Lungs so - common in obr climare. Such a prepa
ration is Dr. Swayne , s' Compound , Syrup -, of Wild
'Cherry, prepared by himself at his labartoryia - Phil-!
ladelpifia. Dr. Wist r ar; of Philadelpliiadios not tthr . i
never has had any thing.tndoivithany preparation o f
Wild Chetry,.but there was one got up in Philadel- I
phia and the name of Wistar attached, the right of
which was sold out to some merchants in the West.,
If you would get the genuine article, the only one
prepared by a regular physician, see that the signs-
ture of Dr. Swayne, of Philad'a:, is on each bottle.
More home Palimony.
Dr. IT. Snwyne:—Dear Sir—llaving seen the "as
tonishing Cure" "pestormed on Mr. Thothas by your
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry, I was induced to
try it on myselli' I was taken with a violent cough,
spitting of bloinE . shortness of breathing, together
with violent attacks of Asthma. I overdone.n4self
from exertion which I was not able to perform, which
prostrated my system to a great extent. I coin
; menced the use of your Cinnamn' Syrup or
Cherry, together with your Extract of Sarsaparilla!
and Tar Pills, which gave-me almost immediate re
lief, and 1 am glad to give my testimony to all who I
I may be afflicted in a similar way. I am now able to I
I resume my daily labor. It would do well to see that
the signature of Dr. 11. SWAY:Yr: is on each bottle of!
Wild Cherry. My residence is in Thirteenth street'
two doors from the corner of Willow, where I shall
,be glad to have interview with all similarly
ted. . WM. R. WALTON.
Leper from the nor. it. Jackson. •
Formerly Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church,
New York. •
CtNCIN'IVATI, Feb. 15, MI6.
Dr. Swayne—Dear Sir—Permit me to take the lib
erty of writing to you at this tune, to express appro
nation, and recommend to the attention of heads of
families and to others your valuable tnedicine— your !
Compound Syrup or Wild Cherry. In my travels of
late, I have seen in a great many instances, the won-I
derliil effects of your medicine in relieving children!
of Ivry obstinate emnplaints, ouch as coughing,
wheezing, choking with the phlegm, asthmatic at
tacks, &c. 1 should not have written this letter,
however, at present, although 1 have felt it my duty
to add my testimony to it for some time, had it not I
been for a late instance where the Medicine above
alluded towas instrumental in restoring to perlimt
health an only child ,w hose case was almost hopeless,
in a family of my acquaintance. r I thank heaven,'
said a doting mother, 'my child is saved :front the
jaws of death. ,
Beyond all doubt, Dr. Swayne's Cnmpnnnil Syrup
' of Wild Cherry is the most valuable medicine in this i
or any other country. I am certain I have witnessed t
more than one hundred cases where it has been at
tended with cmnplete nieces, I have used it myself
in an obstinate attack of the Itronchitia, in which it
proved effectual in an exceedingly short tine, con-1
sidering the severity of the case. I can recommend
it in the fullest confidence taus superior virtues. 11
would advise that no family should be without it; it
is very plearant, and always beneficial; worth double!
and often ten times its price. The public :11 - 9.
od there is no quackery about it.
• It. JOHNSXE - 7, di. D.
Reader? are vim suffering from a cold or disease
of thet nog.? try this remedy, you will not i nerhaps,
regret it. It will arrest all those disagreeable symp-1
toms which strtke so much terror to the mind, and
prolong; veer days; bee•are Cl all preparations par-1
potting to contain Mid Cheery, el.eept that bearing
the toga stem or Dr. 11. Sway ire. nn the outside ,wrap
per ore, bathe th..y are ev.i.e likely Aentitute
the article Cram which they liar a name.
Prepared onl:v. by lye. Sseaysr. whose eire-e hasl
been mitered re the N: E. Corner of Eighth and/lore
Sold wholes:if.- artt retail iq P.ttsliureli at proprie
tors prices., t.y. Wai. Tinurai, 53 Market st.; OcriEtv
. tidnowor:is, corner of V: ino,l 2 nua ,2a sin.; J. Joists,
Ism Liberty st.
Also, rola by I. Mitc.tielli Allegheny City, Boyd,
Clllll & Co., littler; NVerivAr & Henderson, Mc rcer:
Normsn Cili•utler. - Meadville; J. H. Porton & Co..
F.i.e; Wl's:eosin & Kaskell„ Cleveland, Den's ez Son,'
Columbus; Miller. hrownsrillet Marsh, Wheeling,.
Ca-; F.:. It. I 1 inman , rine, au s ti„ Ohio; pr. 'E. Easterly
st. .1 S. orris & Co., Louisville, ICy.;
Andrew Dimmer Si. Co., New Orleans, and by 'agents
1. EINNEY, 1A
WILSON PILLS, as a remedy peculiarly
a.lapt.cl for headaches and dyspeptic lifections.
are ;wetly generally known arid esteemed in thin
citutiniiint;; and the pioprletnr, so often as he has
ticrasioNn to o ran or speak of them, can scarcely re.
Iraqi from an expression of Ins grateful acknowtedg•
meths to his friends for their patronage and kindness
o him. ltis feelings arc the warmer from observing
he ••beginning and the euding"—thrown almost in
justaposition—uf so many nostruins and kindred pre
parations (vitally loud in their pretensions, and
much more iminstrioudly presented to the public;
while his preparation noiselessly advances, nice to
remote places, soothing end conitlirtnig the afflicted,
and permanently grafting itself upon the ;diet tions
cif new friends,this continually widening the circle
of its useful:less. Although well satisfied that his
medicine leas, as it were, a principle of perpetuity in
it, yet he is utdigeid to his friends fur the moat sub
starahal evidence of the fact.
In its natural history, if you 'please, the , Wilson
Pill differs from most other preparations HI not Mine
originally made for sale, sir with a view to pecuniary
prom; while as every body kW:ME, the greaten ty r..
;as , a general thing) no sooner begins to dabble in
drugs than he casts about fur some cheap prepara
tion, or must 'get as the phrase is, something—
anything that wall sell. Often he attempts it 'under
an as•toned or fictitious 1131110. as though conscion,
his own were insufficient to sell it. The difference
then between the Wilson Pill and the preparation,r
have just indicated, would appear to be this: The
consciousness of the value of my pill unginatml
the oica of putting them on sale for money, 'and at I
price. The consciousness of the value of ottmci,
or i 4m at es iu moat instances the many preparation,
I have alluded to; and'the price most likely Ito take'
is always first carefully considered, and the pill o r
other prep:ll..o.loH made and graduated to MIMI.. The
one is a casco, ESY, and mini,es front the great Arcane I
of Universal Naturm the oilier a trick or invention,l
and comes from a not verpimpular quality of Inn-
VIDIIAL Nature. Reader! the difference here is
great. In one instance the value attached to the met'
is the starting point; in the otherilhe stottEy. Rut'
it is not probable that some of the many prepara
tions having even such paternity were accidental? y
good, but that possibly by this process of "getting
up" as they call it, by pulling and blowing, co we
clean wheat, they have been "got up" ton high be
fore their specific gravity had been carefully ascer
tained, and have blown off rover 'to ne heard of,
'Vrith other chaff--somc lighter, sonic heavier..
Whatever may be the rdiomde, I must repeat it,
tint I its most profoundly thanklbl to my friends for
their discrimination in noteonsigning my discovery tci
that compendnous category of "inventions that did
not answer"--of ‘f tricks that won't win.."
of ICy., Louisville
The Wilson Bills are useful as a GENZRAL remedy,
and may be kept and taken, in proper doses, in ram . -
dies, as a preventative of general ill health, or dis
ease of whatever name, by any siember of the
without any fear of the consequences of expo
sure in the ordinary pursuits of business.
11:7'They may alwaysbe had in any quantity of the
proprietor, in Penn street, below Marbury, and of the
principal Druggists of this city and Allegheny.
AV. WILSON, corner of 9th and Market st.,
• now offers fur sale at regular Eastern prices,
cheap li,r cash. a large and well selected stock of
every article in his line of business, consisting in
part of fine Gold and Silver Watches; rich Jewelry
of latest patterns; Silver Table and Tea Spoons and
Forks; Table Cutlery and Tea Ware; Solar Lard
Lamps, for every purpose; Military Goods; &c. &e.
iltr Watch and Cloek repairing executed in the
best manner. .der29
A tCTIONEER & COMMISSION. MERCHANT
LI Corner of Wood and .Fifth streets, Pittsburgh
is ready to receive merchandize of every description
on consignment for public or private sale, and from
long experience in the above busines,flatters himself
that he will be able to give entire satisfaction to all
who may favor him with their patronage.
Regular sale: 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, Inc., at two o'clock,
841.P l i G4 .1 1 2 ..ead; .. just reed. and
W . then's Pill■
John D. Davis,
attnrly gas-light. nuglg-y.
A posrrivr..AND PERMANIZT CURE FOR,
AND .ALL NERVOUS COMPLAINTS.
"What though the causes may not tie explained,
Since their•ejfects are duly ascertained,
Let net delusion, prejudice, or pride,'
Induce mankind to set the means aside;
IMeamewhich, the' simple; are-by Heaven desig,n'd
To allevinte , tho ills oflsernan kind:" • . •
Tin. CHRISTIE'S GALVANDYRINGS AND MAG.:
• NETIC rLum. — '
rpuis remarkable invention, Which has received
the universal approbation of the medical profes
sion of Great Britain; comprises an entirely nowap
plication of Gal vanism, as a remedial agent, by means'
of which the ordinary Galvanic Batteries, Electric,
and Magnetic Machines, &e., are entirely dispensed
with, and the Mysterious power ofGalianism applied
without any of the objections which are inseparable
from the general mode now'in use. The strong doss!
es; and irregular intervals, which Galvanism Sap- i
plied by the Machines, has been pronounced, after a
fair and impartial trial, to be decidedly injurious, and',
it was to remedy this radical . defect that this new ap
plication was projected; which, after unceasing toil,l
and perseverance, has been brought to its present,
state olperthction. The Galvanic Rings answer all!
the purposes of the most expensive Machines, and I
in many other respects are more safe and certain in
acebniplishing tin desired effect.
The Galvanic Rings used in connection with the
Magnetic Fluid, are icon fidently recommended in all
disorders which ariseftom an enfeebled and unhealthy
state of the nervous or vital system, and these com
plaints arc among the most painful and universal to
which we are subject. They arise, without exception,
from one simple cause—a derangement of the Nerv- I
ous System—and it was in these cases that other
'remedies' having so often failed, a new agent was;
greatly needed, which it is confidently believed, has ]
been found in the proper and judicious application,
The Cals . :frac Rine ' a have been used with entire
success in all cases of,I2II.E.VMATISM, acute or chroai4,
applying to the hod, lace or limbs, Gout, Tie-Dolo
rear, Toothache, Bronchitis, Vertigo, Nervous .Sick
Heidtclie, Itdigest ion, Paralysis,
Pits; Cramp, Palpitations of the heart, Apipfezy,
Stiffness of Joints, .Spinal Complaints, Lumbago,)
Neuralgia; Nervous Tremors, Dizziness of the Head,
pain in Me Chest and Side, General Debility, Deficien
cy of Nervous and Physical . Enirgy, and all NERV
OUS DISORDERS. In cases ofcon firmed Dyspepsia,
which is simply a nervous derangement of the digas- 1
tine organs, they have been found equally successful.,
Their extraordinary effects upon the system must be
witnessed to be believed, and as a certain pretinitive
for the preceding complaints they are equally recom
mended. The Rings are of different prices, being
made of all sizes, and of ration, ornamental patterns,
and can lie worn by- the most delicate female without
the slightest inconvenience. In fact, the sensation
is rather agreeable than otherwise.
The Galvanic Bells, Bracelets, Bands,
Garters, Necklaces, &c.
. Iu some cues of a ery severe character, and of
long standing, the power as applied by the Galvanic
Rings is not sutEcientto arrest the progress of disease
and ultimately restore health. Thc improved modi
fication in the Galvanic Belts, Bracelets, &c.,'entire
ly remedies this objection; any degree of power that
is required can readily be obtained, and no complaint
which the mysterious agent of Galvanism can effect
will fail to be permanently relieved. These articles
are adapted to the waists,arins', wrists,limbs, ancles,
or any part of the body, with perfect convenience.
The Galvanic Necklaces arc used with Creates hem:-
tit in cases of Bronchitis pr affections of the throat
generally; also in cases of Nervous Deafness; arm
with almaf.t unif'orni s uccess as a preventive for Apo
play, Epileptic Fits, ancbsituilar complaints.
,Christio's itingnetic Fluid
is used in - connection Arillt the Galvanic Rings and
ill their modifications. This composition bas been''
pronounced by tie French Chemists to tie one elan:
most extraordinary discoveries of modern science. It
, s believed to possess the remarkable power of ren
dering; dine nerves sensititv is galvanic action by this
swans catming axoncentration of the influence, at the
seat or di,f-hse, thins giving rapid and pc:Mar:cut re
lief. N,O oilier composition in chemistry is known to
produce the same erect, or to impart a similar pro
pmtv to the nervous at stem, by Means Otatt outward
local application. The Magnetic Fluid containsnoth
mg capable of the s:ightest injury; its application i‘
and it is as harmless in its action as it is
beneficud in 44 results. Full explanations and direc
tions :weer:lea:ly it. The combined inventiousare in
every way perfectly harmless; they are sold at prices
within the reach of all airs the discoverer only re
quests a fair trial as a test of their surprising efficacy;
and permanent benefa.
Christie': Galvanic Strengthening Plea.:
These articles form another valuable application
of the mysterious influence of GalVainsm. They are,
an important adjunct to the getttalitc Galvanic Rings
and their roodaleations, acting upon the same
plc, hut having the advantage of more local upplica.
tion. They arc r.mildently recommended as a vale
able add.t.on in :he speedy cure orltheontafdsin,aciite;
or chronic: in ail' nervous - complaints, and as a posi
tive remedy in eases . of Pain and Weakness in the
Chest or Itach,Pain in the Side, in Asmal ic Affectionz,
and in Ir enkness ..r Oppression of the Pulmonary Or
gans. In Spinal Complaints their effects arc of the;
most decided character, and they have often been
u-ed with complete success. They arc also of the
greatest advantage in Pains and Weakness of the
Iticast,and are highly recommended for many of those
complaints to which females arc especially liable. As
I an effectual means for strengthening the system when
debilitated with disease or other causes; as a certain
aid in Constitutional ‘Veakness, as a Preventive ei s t
Colds, and in all ailectiomi of the Chest, generally,
the Strengthening Plaster will lie found of
Treat and permanent advantage. In a few words; it
embraces ail the virtues of tit,: best tonic preparation,
with the important addition of the galvanic influence',
whiells neither impaired nor exhausted, while the
actiort - continues. These articles will be found entire
ly free from those objectietts which are a constant
suirrcO, of complaint %, antic ordinary plasters in
irr This great celobi:ity and success of those arti
cles have caused them to he counterfeited by ,liprin
ciplodermis. To provide against imposition, Dr.
CHRISTIE has bht one authorized agent in each city or
the Union. The only agent in Pittsburgh,
W. W. WILSON.
CERTIFICATES AND TESTINIOrsI ALS,
Of the highest and most respectable character, are
constantly received, re. , arding the extraordinary .
value and success ofthe a s boVearticles. It is believ
ed that in the city of New York alone, upwards of
EIGIIT - 1110USAND PERSONS during a period of
less than a year, have been entirely relieved of the
most painful chronic disorders, sonic of which have
completely baffled all former efforts of medical art.
indeed many of the first physicians of this city, who
I disapprove of the Galvanic and Magnetic Machine,
I constantly recommend this application in their prae
tice,and with the efeeption of those %she arc too
Lpremdiced to give it a trial, the invention has re
ceived unanimous favor with the most intelligent
amdng . the American Faculty. Dr. Christie is avail
times roady.and most happy to give every facility
physicians, and all interested, rot - testing the truth of
I his assertions and the efficacy of his discovery. •
Only agency in Pittaburghi corner of 4th and
Market street. octl44lly
Drugs, Drugs, Drugs,
At No. 2. Commercial Row, Liberty street,"Big Gol-
den Mortar , ' once more.
T:i AYS & ROCRWAY, thankful for the liberal
tronage, Which they have heretofore received
and wishing to merit an increased share of public pa
tronage, would respectfully call the attention ofthe
public to our stock , of goods which we are now re
ceiving for the fall trade. Among which may be
found in quantities to suit purchasers, the folloWing
Rbuchard Root, Liquorice Root,
FlourSulphur, ' do. Ball,
Gum Arabic, Refined Borax,
Cl'd Magnesia, Sal Soda,
Carb Magnesia, Spanish Brown,.
Gum Aloes, Gum Copal, '
Cream Tarter, Roll Brimstone,
Calomel, White Chalk,
Sup Carl) Soda, . . _ Ext. Logwood,
Epsom Salts, , Chip'd do. -
Glauber do. , ~b ladder,, -.
Tartaric Acid, Yellow Ochre,
Gum Scammony, Chrome Yellow,
Bal Copavia, , do Green,
SaltPetre,' Rose Pink.
Together 'with a general assortment of Oils, Paints,
Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Dye Woods, Sw,, &c.,iill
of which will be sold as low as at any other house
in the city. sepl9
STEWART'S Daily Register, for tho use of fami
lies and persons of business, for 1847.
Fbr sale by H. S. BOSWORTH & C(1..,
dbal 43 Markel-M:1
$.- 11: Jk' . 6.. f:.('''4•-''''.l:-.-
R • '
LitrtlriFOßT - 41 , 70 ''X'44
A. safe and certain care foi Consumption of the Imago,
Spitting of Biood, Cough's; Colds, Llsthuta,'
Pain in the Side ' • Bionching,
and all - - • • -
HEAR what the celebrated Dr.ilichards says--a
Physician of more than 30 years standing;
lie certifies that in the case of Mr. Charles Wade,
that, after having resorted to every means within his
knowledge, for the treatment of Consumption, NY it. 117
fnit the slightest benefit, he permitted hint to use Dl.
Rogers' Liverwort - and Tar, by which lie.wili'reatiar
ed to peribet health.
(Signed) WM. J. RICHARDS, M: D.
I:Cr Please get a pamphlet and see this certificate
CONSUMPTION AND. MOST DI STRESS IN G
Mrs. Ann Childos, who resides on. OthstreetiSouth
side) 2 doors West of Smith st., CM. 0., certifies—
That she was so far gone with Consuraption, at
with a most distressirig Cough, is to be ; on
the very brink of the grave, and, althoughunder the
care of anable Professor, she had given up allhopes
of recovery but was rescued by the use of Dr. Rogers , ,
Liverwort and Tar; one half bottle of which broke
the Cough entirely up ANN CHILDES.
VIOLENT COUGH, PAIN AND SPITTING OF
Mr. FinCh, John street, between 4tlvand sth sts.,
Cin., O.; states that he was afflicted' -with a violent
tough, much pain and continual Spitting of Blood,
and, although under the care of an excellent PhYsi
elan, was daily beconiing worse, but was happily
cured by Dr. Rogers , Liverwort and Tar; which
stopped the blooding, removed the pain, hittikE rip
the Cough immediately, and healed-the LUngli per
fectly sound. [Signed.] JUSTICE FINCH.
From the Hon. Judge, Was. BURKE; of Cincinnati
lie states that he is well acquainted • with Mr.
Finch, and that Ids statements are entitled to full con
fidence; also, that he can fully corroborate what has
been slid with regard to-this medicine, having used
it himself' with the most decided benefit. He con
siders it valuable.
(Signed,) WILLIAM BURKE.
Call on the Agents and see this certificate in full.
DISTRESSING COUGH AND THE LAST, STAGES
OF CONS LTAIPTION ; CURED.
Mrs. Benj. Smith, living on Ann ati-eeti one aqtare
North of the Cincinnati llospital;certities—
That she was so low thnt the physicians could do
no more fur her. She exhibited.preeisely the same
symptoms that her daughter did before, she died,
(she having died with the same disease buta short
time previona,) and was absolutely strangling with
her cough, when she commenced using Dr. Rogers'
Cotryound Syrup of Liverwort mid Tar, which rais
ed her as by a miracle.
(Signed,) ABIGAL SMITH.
A. L. Scovill, Wholesale Agent for the West and
South, S. E. corner of sth and - Sprtice streets, Cm
D. C. Kneeland, principal Agent for Pittsburgh,
office on Grant st., one door below 2d.
Also for sale by J. Kidd 6r Co. corner of 4th and
Wood sty., Pittsburgh.
John 11. Cassell. fitit ward, Pitteburiph
11. P. Schwartz, Allegheny,
-Jahn Smith, birmingbani
"MEYER DESPAIR! YOU CAN BE CURED
• LAIIDERTSVILLE, N. J„ June ,10; 1316
Dr. D. .lkyne No S South Third st., Philadelphia—
Dear Sir: 1 have this day had an interview with the
_of whom I made mention to you as hay
ing taken your-Expecte:ant with sack decided effezt.
He is a respectable ilirmer, living a few miles from
here. I was so much interested in detailed account
lie gave me of his anigh and cure, that-I embrace
the !list leisure moment to communicate it to you,
and if the cure is ns radical as it appears to be, it is
the must remarkable one I hare ever ihiown. For
32 years (after having . the measles) lie has been ear
lering with a cough of the most distressing kind, get
ting vorse as4ie advanced in years; he is now 55.'
Frequent term's of coughing and difficulty of breath
ing, lasting frornan hour to an honrand a half,•Would
come upon him with such severity as to exhaust him
with strangling until his eyes became bloodshot. Ile
had despaired tifbeingcuredhavingtried physicians
and a thousand things without relief. Fortune weeks
immediately previous to taking the Expectorant, he
had net been able to go to his barn although there
v. as most urgent necessity fur him to do so.
Dur4ig the moo weeks he was under the care of
in c ribient physician, end he finally just got able to
go out, and came to my store, anti hearing his cuttglt,
I recommended to him tour Expectorant. lie first
said helhati tried en many things that he had no con&
dunce in any thilig; but 1 induced him to take a bottle
by telling him of persons of my acquaintance Who
had been decidedly benefitted by it., This was on
Tuesday; that night he took of it, and says that it was
the first comibrtable night's sleep he had enjoyed for
years. On the Thursday following he went to work,
and has continued to make a full hand on his farm
ever - since (now nearly two months.] Ile told me
to-day that for the last week he had cut and split a
hundred rade, or made a hundred panels of fence per
day; has been in the water to wash his sheep, and
otherwise exposed, without the least symptom of a
return of his cough, it having entirely disappeared
and, strangest of all, one-third of a bottle has pro-,
duced the effect. lie seems so thankful and over
joyed that he "wants to talk all day about it," and
says that if he could not procure another bottle- 'he
would refuse ene hundred dollars for the remainder
of the heal(' he had left.
. Your Carminative Balsam I have used or teem . -
mened to others for the last ten years, with the most
salutary effect. Respectfully. yours,
Joey H. ANDERSON.
For sale in Pittsburghat the PEKIN TEA sToitE,
Fourth street, near Wood—and et the Drug Store
or it P. Schwartz, Federal street,'Allegheny City.
rpHE Pat tnershiNeristing between the undersign•
od, under tho firm of SCRUMS; SCHEIBLEft,
was dissolved on the.3:l inst., by mutual. consent
The books of the concern arc in the hands of Mr
Scriba, who is authorized to settle :11l accounts.
The Bookstore will be continued at the old stand-b)
Mr. Scriba; the Bookbinding , by Mr. Scheibler.._
Books arifli Stattotiry.
AVING just returned from the Fast with a most
.elegant and extensive stock of Fancy Station
ary and Books for Christmas'and New Year's Gifts
I would call the attention of the public to my store,
No. 115, W ood at. Piites extremely , low. Among
a great selection of Books for old and•young, I min
The Boudoir Annual; for 1847.
4 Diadem, "
4 4 Baguet,-
" hl tas Rose, de
4 4 Amaranth, de .
" Mayflower, ' "
44 Forget-me net, "
" Leaflets of Memory 4 4
" Rainbow, dd
44 Lady's Album, • 44,
44 Sacred Mountains.
". Illustrated Book of Christian Ballads.
'Scenes in the Life of Christ, by Chriawold.
The Tortoise Shell Kitten, for 1847.
" Annnalette, "
The Book of Nursery.llliymes... , 4 _-
Together will, a great selection of Brinks for Child
ren, Games,' Portfolios, . vicrolt,scgiak,
den ' . . 115 Wood , at
^T o tt •
ness, andlre g c . o ' rornand themto the patronage of niy
friends. ' I ani authorizetl to state that, they will re
ceive the counsel and assistance of - the Hon. It. Bid
dle. Office 2d story.ofßurke , sßuildings,4th street,
between Wood and Market.
jan6-Iy SAMUEL W. BLA.g.K.
PIG IRON:-33 tops Mountain Missouri Pig Iron s
Just.yeenived . and for — sile liy
nov .2S JAMES WAY;
4 Xt.'J , Z,tl;3it.'% - ;
Dissolution of Partnersll4
To my Clients
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ry,,..., .... to A. A! Ce.r.".....1A iluk year MU, Ay C. X,CA.A.... I.
ra . theo . arI3th:NUINE atIGA4. (I.l . Pae. P 11.1.9 ba• upon th,
:• U. 1 :“.,thi4,4lltiithOr 4 .l l lol , lV+. l l ,4 l. :,!,..gi da ., ; „ .:' ir10,.:
8ig.... ..1 ' .. k .P 0:. 4 o i Itat i kllgny e l.' A ,others 1 '
of the.: :i
Original H . ,i, /
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Inrrrttimr !: . :--. ------ 1 1 " - ..,, , TilArnfir.J. '.
tt....c.....• Ork• of Cm IHstrYst , :oor, G.4 - 111f Neoax,. 0...1.. At am 'INV.
CLICKENER , S 81,IG-AR COATED VEGETABLE
PILLS are the-first -4axl-4lnly Medicine ever :
known that will positimly cure, • 1 -
Headache; Gidiness, _ Ileatile, Silt Bizepta,
Itheuniatism; Piles, , : Ileasibuin,Worres,
Dfspepsia, Scurvf; . .. CholeriTderbint;
Small Pox, liiinclice, • Cotigbe t -- QUilitty,;.
Painela the :Beek; -- 'Wfidopirig cough,
Inward Weakness,' . ~; L'onaninption, Fits,
Palpitation of tile Heart, ; LiverCor,riplaint,
Rising in the 'Throat t 'Etyiineliiii, Deitfriess,'
Dropsy, Asthma; ' ; itetthiga o f the
Fevers of all kinds ' l'.': Colds - Go•titr;Gii'vel,
Female . .. Complaints, ' .: -.Nervotts!Compleints,
And all other diseases originating from impurities ot
il}-,They,: have' , Ire!lr *tit 01 0 ,,if.:inArc+ 412 ctl • 12 .
over 2,opciperaonsivihp have:been given rip,iis hope. •
lead cases;bl the - most eiriiiientPhysicians.
p They are patronized and recopmeideelif
men-of .the•highest distiridtion;anientviditinfa.re . -
Hoh 2 David- R.• Porter, • ' -Iloti: Henry .Clay;,
Hon: John Q.-Adams, .' - ' -ll;ori. , Dabiel Waste:l4'
Hoe; Martin. Van-Buren, , -Hon. .1: - C. Calhoun; :f.: •
Geri; Winfield Scott, -- - Col. - R:iti:JohnioriV: t:
HolllJames E.-Polk,' '.' ,' 'Gen. Lewitt Caton - . --- .. 1 -
irr Their virtues are so infallible that the money
will be returnedin all cases they do notgive uniirep;
salaatisf,action: .Althongli but two and a baif-lextrs
have. elapsed since-these celebrated Pills were kit
introduced to the public, the.iale of them in - thet-
Eastern" and = Middle', States IMIX 'fax ' - eiceeffeil , fit':
Cliekenere most:sang,uine expectations: Deririgiliti
past year, albite, no less 'than 10;000 gross ' of blues
have been sold iri thf, State Of.,New Yorl,:9,000 in
Pentsylvania,4,99oifn Marylandli 3,000 in-Now s 7er- •
sett 2,090 fri Del miva#, and 9,009 in the New England
States, requiring the constant' employment ex 21
hands;:exclutivp 01_1n . ..inters and ongraverso.-In'the ...
same ...period, uplwaids of 200,000 copies - eS;2. ;that
“Family Doctor , hive beerrerdered ..by, agents in
every seiiiaxi 'Of' t*-PLutil4.,. These - facts`. - Xtictst
show, coiicliavel?,;Hiat Dr. Elickeneensugo:Oin
cd Fills, besideri beirlikthe-vertliest meditine in ibe
world; arelielilin'thelrigliestestiritatiori=ltithe - pnbile,
NV'e might: : eiteia-thitiiulditatiOn - tO an inffefin
itelength,fr ~ ,:: -.4 46.,d it expedient te'pribThiti-kill
ter : iiinonialiinie - ha`ve reeeived, not arilyTronVaients
builndividuals and families, who have experienced
the; berificial effects of Clickenees Sugar; Coated
Piles, buf -wefdeem it - trimecessary. The most ilia
contestible evidence of their Unprecedented sireeetitt
are Oienirinberlesslnaltritions and Con nterfeibilvideli
have alreridy appeared, notwithstanding thekierpe-'
lira they have been before the public. EVip ame
Of our staunchest pill , makers have had theauddhity
to imitate : the Cipsule - of, Sugar, in order to disgiiise
the ingredienta of their: vile compounds,tend phlm
them off forZhe "real siinon pure.” nchpaltry
•shiftS patriot last long without exposing tbeirlthleona
deformity.. Tiiitli and 'honesty must inevitably pre
vail biles rascality and - decepuon. -, ,_ ~ -, ~, i •
For sale in. Pittsburgh by WM. LicKsifixT,..atjgfs
Patent Medicine Warehouse, No. "89, Liberty, 'fleet,
head of Wciod st.; Pittsburgh. price, 29 - C.,per Sox.-
Dr. Cliekeuees principal office 481 Barclay street;
New York. . ' • • - ' - •.' '''•-t
-ir:r Beware Of an imitation article- celled ilia
proved Sugar Coated Pills; purporting to be patented,
las both the pills and pretended patent are FoXi
genies, got up by a. miserable qitack in New,i.T.farkil
, who, for the:last four or five years, has made iail
1 fiving by counterfeiting popular medicines.
Remember, Dr. C. V. Click.ener is the original
inventor ,68,,Sug4i - Cciated Pills; apd thei nothing Ot
the sort was ever . heard of Wail hdiritioduced tkiiii
in:June, 1843. Purchasers should; therefore, slWays
ask for Clickenees Sugar Coated Vegetable Pills, and
take no other, or they will be made the victiins ofit
~ - : . - . oct 19,- . dly,„,
211.a.t0s terventiona Outdone by..Wl:Were.
READ, nzrace,. DE iTISE,'AIt.,..'" ESE rt.i.rnan 'a' Gi 1, Z; 0
• I.I.E.MEDY, , THE ADInRICAN OAL4 - - , a
• A:itiIEpICINE OF •NATURF.;•- -- -•. - - ' '
1 OfIS °ilia obtnined from a well near BUrkityille;
Kentucky, at the depth '6118'4 fent. heloiedho
surface of the carthi and 110 feet thronglf audidnokf.
Its curatiye:properticifare,truly.amonishing,:and - Mp -
a Remedial Agent it way well he pioncuncedWen
derful. ,Singe the discovery; of this.Panacea - OCZtat
ture, numbers of remarkable eine% haiiibeen eget
ed by-iii Use; it'ispinloOe -- 44:41 , :6 . 1 . 0t . ,5ire dill
Co - ham in its effects': 'lt hai - br en'OSoll Wfth unparu
:filen - MI success in the treatment- of , the'. - follbWlng'
diseases: Inflammatory . Rheuniatism,- Berns find
Scalds Cholla, Piles, Flatulence; Intlamniatlon; of
the, K idneys - Deafness, Consumption, - LBer - Cord.
plaint ' PlithislE; Scald Read; Cancers, ' Weak- and
Sort EirEllEeS, -Fresh Cots and '111 . 614 1 : 11 1t
Sprains and Strains, - 11rOps - y,' Painein the Breast
Side; Totter, Influenta, Ulcerated , Sore Throat
Consmnption, Bronchitis, Spasms; Uleefs,'"Spifial
Affections, Scrofula or King's - Evil, Coughs; Sfplilliii,
- Ringworm; all'Bowel Complaints, ell, Cliridfie - dik.:
cases, bripyrities of the Blood and General Debility:
It is-likewise Very beneficial for Female COMplaints
in geucral; acts as a great Restorative from Langadri
weakness of Back and Chest, Bo* Spirits and E.Tce6r
sive Debility, : - '
- - . • ..•
•Read the following... Certificates, all. of which are
authentic; all the persons therein named
.ai.e.P r qlsr
living, and well known in dincinnati antiPittibutda
PiTisimien, Aug 23,
Thin is to certify that We have used the Ainetidart
for:tha•whooping cough, aiming ottr
giving them - ft - bp -2U . ,drons.to a sthall tea'spO
night, }vhwh alwayk eui bl ed them tq rest Well,thitilikit
the night. I also applied it to one OF tlie Childiee
that got her aim burnt by turning - over a tea' cup, b •
baiV.ciffee.onit,..tlie child seabed trying by the: tithe
the arm was, dressed and -bound 'up, and bbitievc}
complained of it since 'talso was,afliicted with a
pain in my side luta breast, and have been seltir.lo
years. I commenced. Using *the„spil . bi.toebig,.‘6,4,
.pnohruL6vrce . day. and in 3or four days 'Using iit!
the oill•havehemvery much relieved, and tth reallyrY ,
believe that it is the hes". ikitaiiy.trictlicinc. that I haver
ever seen. .I-applied it to , one of ink neighbeVe.fos
a strained ancle, wltich relieved her in afcw. reinetts:
We have ale, used, the oil lot a'strained Point is ohr,
own gave' ease in a very alert.
We hve on the east side ofPenn at., 3 doors stitith of
Walnut, f am now, ms.well as I.cerrvaa.iit reylicp,
..1 1 triSntrarm, Aug.l4; •
This is to cirilry; that son has had the ,I?rettiorle
for seven years, and was very hadWitli it;aud'ibin4
12 or 15 days since, I commenced tiyirig . ter litre
about 20 ox 25 drops of the American Oil, twice I
day. which relieved him a day ortWo hiri digr
cuity of breathing; and he is now entirely,
of.his congh; our boy is 10 years of age. . Wc lice to
Sir: Having been cured of a very severe ditteOsll
of the eyes and head by the use of the Ameridari
Oil, I feel it my duty totlie pnblic,ast,vell as to you,
to send you thcifollowing certificate:-
I hereby certify that 1 was severely afflicted one
year ago last winter, with inflamed- sore eyes and
very severe pain-in rny head from-ray eyes opv,to the
top of my head, and continuedeo for several weeks.
lily eyes were so much inflamed and sore that /
could nut see to ettendany Xiusineaii,aor,could„l tell
one object ,frout onetime:a ,feisi, yards/ram:me. .I
called in a physician,- butistillSgot, wetse. ',X also
tried a good many, temedies,that bad cured othersi
but in my case they failed:ll34li, ILlteard
of the American Oil. , I piocuied bottle, mid be.
fore I had used, e half a bottle I teas entirely,t~ J,
and still continue-so. - I
_will not be without it in-my
house as long as !ban get theterminiertiele. I also
gave-it to one of My men tliat - was
at had the Otter in his hands so bad that wbenle
would grip anything tight - in them , the blood would
burst oiniand the use - of half a bottle cured mivbotli.
I Would advise all 'that-aro any verwte
give'' the - a - fair trial; and -I think-they- lit
-pleased with theeffect it will have r
- JOHN MURPHY:-”
SOld st'One.Dollar -per Bottle at JacknoiPs Patent
Medicine Warehouse, S 9 Liberty, bend of Wood sti
Pittsburgh. THE. M.mle.m...aer. tprPitrSnunotifivhere
. oenuin4 , ,Aeterican Oil CAN be obtained-.
Bentare of .a Counterfeit °IL
put in American Oil Bottles, and' labelled . l e4tetek
WAN somewhat resembles' the' -Azheifesa
Oil, but possesses none of its virtues or he alingpow-
W. Jackson respeetfully.informs tbe,,Ptiblitt trot
D. Hail & Co. * the proprietors of the:America/1-.04s
have appointed, him their SOLE 41GENT for-West
ern Pennsylvania. ' , • •. ..• . •
All persons wishing finb-agencies will apply at.Bo
Liberty street, as aboye.
N. 11. Sub-agents wanted fot every .tow,n In the
above District; , - •
A great number of eertificatee . are -,1)11-bend and,
can be seen.at: the otfi.co.i:B9 - Liberty. etteetr bgadof
Wood. . .•. , • r aliirrtStlY
Can't; be. Beat
M WHITE has just received iit` , ! - his large
establishment, fronting c0r.1.: :Libe];Atd Sixth
streets, a splendid psiortnient, flS.'for
sunup e also, a superior loCcif:FiijaCkSati.4:lVHS.
TING all of, which he A-riaLily id..nanlte.pi in
the lat , trithhictri.and on, the most muioxiible,terauk
as us al. Observe-the , corner,'N)._,lB.74.iLibesty
and S -