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`--Pilitsburgh Portable Boat. Line,
- 1840.: .
Apil. the transportation . of freight between Pitt!.
burgh and the Atlantic cities, via Pennsylvania
briprevements and Baltimore and Stisquehanna rail
. - Theiaroprieors of this old established line, having
4qMpleteil their arrangements, aro prepared to for
' vwd...jidoils to and from the East (on the opening of
41,44nal navigation,) on as reasonable terms as any
othir,rt'spotusible line, and are determined that no
4#iver ,attention on their part-shall be wanting to
seeno'.aretiotinuluMe.of that patronage so' liberally
4 lied upon•them for several years past.
~. Mi.:decided success of the portable boat system,
segiimifest in the regularity and despatch experien
•- ced lathe delivery of goods ' the - absence-of all risk
of deliiy, breakage or other damage, incident to the
oltraystenv, where goods have to be hurriedly trail
' shippettliree times on the way, and the merchanta
ble:trier in 'whieh . produeelaa been avowedly de
lisiseflvtliem, has induced the proprietors to in-
crease their stock considerably this season. • Their
• extensive warehouse it • each point, (unequalled by
spy, affords them (kitties to so nduct their
basstviss.:With despatch; and to shippers the conven
- lenallofftme•stistage, if required, until their arrange
ments are complato--while their long experience in
the carryingtrade . , it. is presumed, will be sufficient
guaranblecto•their patrons and the public that they
anetesshilly exert themselves to give general satis
15*ditch ieeeired forivarded, steamboat charges
paidOwdlbilla of ItiAing trausinitteil.free charge'
flfibotnmission, advancing or storage, and all com- .
miiniiiationa to the following agents promptly attend
-4010,1'. : .
as TAAFFE. & O`CON.N.ZER,
." 1 . .-Co.r. Penarand Wayne ata, Pittsburgh.
278 Market at., Philadelphia.
&CONNORS & CO.,
North at., Baltimore.
j • iTIONDUCTED on strict Ealtbath-keeping
tiles,though not claiming to be the only line that
ituruconducted. The proprietors of this old•estab
linked line have put their stock in the moat complete
oxider, and are thoroughly prepared to forward .pio.
• thicei,and merchadixe to and from the Eastern cities
oathe-openiag- of navigation. -
villearcistthat - our. long experience in the carrying
tuxisiness,iarul zealous attention to:the interests of cos
' tamers, will:secure to us a continuance and increase
ofAhe patronage heretofore bestowed on 4Binghanes
Musa , E ' .
1 • etinriarrangements will enable us to carry freight
with the utmost despatch; and our prices shall
waye ati 'the lowest charged by other responsible
lines. • -
-Produce and merchantlize will be received and for
warded oastand west without any charge for adrer
tiaipgstorage or cointnisaion.
P.Etillsj.'of lading forwarded and every-direction
promptly attended to. • -
o.fiddress, or apply to
L . WM. lIINGItAM,
Conalßaain,.cor. Liberty and Wayne eta.,Pittelt , g,
BINGHAM, DOCK a. STRATON,
No. 276 Market at., Philadelphia.
JAMES WILSON, Agent,
No. 1 . 22 North Huward at., Baltimore,
WILLIAM TYSON, Agent,
iltpilD-y No.lo 'West at., New York.
o; - • , =Itadepitsident Portable Boat Line,
OR, thetransportation of produce and merchan-1
to and from Pittsburgh, Baltimore and Phil
- asltalptiiii IrlrwitliOut transhipping. Goods consign
prici oiir care; 'will be forwarded without delay, at
thelowestmuzent rates; Bills of Lading transmitted.
sterlit . ..7urstructions promptly attended to, free
oitra charge for storage or Commission.
Arafat( C. A. M'ANULTY & Co.,
Canal Basin, Pittsburgh,
ROSE, MERRILL & Co.,
Smith's Wharf, Baltimore.
.111P.ARS, RAYNOR at Co.
Broad at., Philadelphia.
Pickworth's Way Freight Mae.
ELYI — )XCLUSIV for the transportation of way
.124 freight between Pittsburgh, Blairsville, Johnn
town, Hollidaysburgh, Water street, and all interme
One boaf leaves the Warehouse of C. A. McAnul
; ty St. Co.; Pittsburgh, every day (except SUndays) and
Shippers can - always depend on having their
forwarded vrithant delay and on accommodating
We.resp ectfully solicit your patronage.
I - J.-Piekworth of boats Nile, Exchange, Paris and
11, Barnes of boats, Push and Exoine.
rohahiiller of cars on Portage Rail Road.
Canal Basin, Johnstown,
DULLER, " " Hollidaysburgh
ULTY & Co., " Pittsburgh
TO. BALTIMORE, in 32 hours—fare $lO.
TO-THILADELPHIA. in 40 hours—fare $l2.
°AY 73 MILES STAGING!_ „t r.! . r .„,
U. S. MAIL.
I'The Great Speed Regularity and high Reputation
already attained by this pleasant passenger Route,
hiti included the Post Master General, to place the
New York and Philadelphia mails to Pittsburgh, up
Thi . anperior and swift steamers CONSUL and
L'OLOS . MI.KNE, leaves the Monongahela Whar(
preCtie4 at B o'cloci every morning, and at 6 o•-
clock - every evening,- except Sundays. Splendid
Coaches await their arrival at Brownsville, to trans
port-'Passengers and Mail, only 73 miles to the Rail
t" The j3ieparations on this route are ample, and the
edneections complete, so that disappointment or de
layisyill be unkntown upon it.
' By our tickets, passengers can delay at Cumber
land-Or at Baltimore, during their pleasure, and con
journey either by steamboat or cars to
"016te in the" St. Charles Hotel," Wood St. Pitts
bu.rgh. J. MESKIAIEN,
: THREATENED Invasion of Western
Pennsylvania by Col. Swift, with 10,000
men; notwithstanding which, J. M. AVhite will con
tinue to sell clothing cheaper than any has heretofore
. .offeredip the Western country, haying the
largest establishment in the city, fronting on Liberty
and Sixth sts: He is now prepared to show to his
nunlerou■ patrons the greatest variety of cloths,
enanimeres, vesting!, and clothing of all descriptions,
suitable for the approaching season, that has ever
Veen offered in this market, to Which all can have
14*,Right of Way. Observe the corner, No. 167,
Liberty and Sixth sts. J. M. WHITE, Tailor,
_naarP, ; . Proprietor.
I, IL CIIILDS &_Co., are now receiving their
• Spring' supplies, consisting of one of
the largest, cheapest and hest assort
*mint •of:Boots and Shoes that they have ever been
Ablerto bring to this market. Also, Ladies' and
14ifises!Thrence Braid, and Straw Bonnets, of the
West Style; together' with a splendid assortment of
PAM Leal Bats, Men's and Boy's summer - Caps.
F,m - 80 , - s large Jot of New York Tanned Sole,Leather,
i iill,';of which having been purchased at the lowest
•;iiteli,.and 'selected with great care for the western
,`vad,e,viill be geld at-a small advance above cost and
Chaiges. MI mei-chintz wishing to purchase will
- find it to their interest to call and examine their Stock
.I.4fiiii. purchasing elsewhere. mar27-tf
.•''' THE subscriber, having bought out the well
- known Lidery Stable kept by C. B. Doty, in
t za ...
t e Filth Ward, respectfully informs his friends and
the . putilic generally, that he will keep at all times a
• stock of the best description of riding horses, bug
"giei;carriages of all kinds, and in short everything
i tequired in his line of business.
.;':.tt.considerable,portion of his stock is new,and he
iii . c
- oriSdent no stock in the city will be superior to
- His terms will be moderate. His stable is on Lib
-eityTat., a few doors above the canal bridge, where
'be. respectfully solicits' a
_share of public patronage.
. CHARLES COLEMAN.
• Al:7-11e is also provided with an elegant Hearse,
vibich will be furnished when required. 0ct.25-tt
QN and after Monday, the 2d day of November,
theatesunbotita CONSUL AND LOUIS hPLANE,
wdl commence their aingle tripe, leaving daily at 3
P: Id • - •
Pi"shunt's Transportation Line,
TO ARMS! TO ARMS !!
Whollesole Shoe Store
Pifib 3Vard Livery Stable.
3119NONGAIIELA .ROll TE.
CHANGE - or ROVIL.'
JOKY MESK•IMEN, Aortrr.
... . . ... . .
- i'llatiortwlt to Old Countzymen.
HARNDEN & Ori.'s EMIGRATION OFFICE.
. ..THE Subscriber having now ab h
Fthe sole Agency in tbe west for
• • the above House, is prepared ta •
send: or bring out passengers on -the uthat liberal
terms, and with the greatest comfort and despatch,
as they have the- best vessels sailing every week,
(built espressly for this line,) and will invariably give
paasages secured on this side tbe-water, the prefer
ence of berths, and Will attend to passengereiug-
gage 'on landing through ,the Custom, House free of
•expense, and will also forward them to their friends'
in any 'part of the United States, thus protecting the
emigtant foam all the wrongs and vexatious frauds
which they have heretofore bad imposed upon them.
Meagre. Hamden & Co., are also the Agents for
the Royal Mail Steamers. •
Reinittances by drafts at sight--to any amount—
payable in any part of England, Ireland, Scotland,
or Wes. Application to the subscriber personally
or by letter (post paid,) will meet with every atten,,
tion. - Office, Third street, one door west of Wooll
street. . J.OSIMA. ROBINSON,
dec24-41&w3at European 4- General Agent.
Tagirecittga general. Emigration Oftice. - e -
REMITTANCES and passag to zr .
.and from GREAT BRITAIN AND
IRELAND, by W. & J. T. Tapscott
75 South street, corner of Maiden Lane, New York, '
and 96 Waterloo road Liverpool.
The subscribers having accepted the agency of
the above house, are now prepared to make arrange
meniirmpon the most liberal terms with those desi
rous cif paying the passage of their friends from the
old Country, and flatter themeselves their character
and ilong standing in business will give ample as
surance that all their arrangements will be carried
Idessol. W. &J. T. Tapscott, are lung and cora
bly known for the superior class, accommodation
nd 'sailing qualities of their Packet Ships. The
QUEEN or THE WEST, SHERIDAN, ROCHES
' TEIi,GARRICR, HOTTINGUER, ROSCIUS, LIV
ERPOOL, and .SIDDONS, two of which leave each
Port- Monthly, from New York the 21st and 26th and
from Liverpool the 6th and 11th, in addition to which
they have arrangements with the St. George and
' 'Union tines of Liverpool Packets to insure a depar
ture' from DiverpooLevery fiv edays being thus Deter
mined, their facilities shall keep pace with their in
creasing patronage, while Mr.%V.Tapscott's constant
personal siiperintendence of the business in Liver
pool is imadditiofial security that the comfort and
acccommodation of the passengers will be particu
larly attended to.
aubscribere being (as usual) extensively enga
ged in the Transportation Business between Pittsburg
and the . Atlantic Cities, are thereby enabled to take
charge of and forward passengers immediately on
theft landing, without a chance of disappointment or
delay,and are therefore prepared to contraetTor ras
sage from any sea port in Great Britain or Ireland to
this _City; the nature of the business they are engaged
to gl.ring them facilities for carrying passengers so
tar inland not otherwise attainable, and will. (if ne
cesiary,) forward passengers further West by the
beat mode of conveyance without any additional
charges fur their trouble. ‘Vhcre persona sent for
decline coming out, the amount paid for passage will
be iefunded in full.
• . REMITTANCES.
The subscribers are also prepared to ;silo drafts at
sight, fin any amount payable at the principal Case:.
and! Towns in England, Ireland, Scotland and
Wales; thus affording a safe and expeditions mode of
Remitting funds to those Countries, which persons
reqUiring such facilities, will find it their interest to
Application (if by letter poet paid) will he prompt
I v attended to.
. TA .k.FF F. 5: WWCONMt)R
Forwarding and Commiamion Merchant.,
niar2ldkory. Pitudirsti, Pa
~LOTHL\G! CLOTHING!!c LuTit tNG ! ! !
The Three Dig Doors vs. The 'Western
150,000 W ELL SELECTED G A RM ENT S
xir OW made and ready to be offered on the most
111 liberal terms to my old customers and We pot,-
licin general. The Proprietor of this far famed and ,
extensive establishment has now, after returning
front the F.astern cities, at much trouble and expense,
just completed his fall and winter arrangements t o
supply his thousands of customers with one of the
most desirable stocks ufClothing that has ever been
offered in this or any other market west of the moun
tains. For neatness in style and wort manship, com
bined with the very low price which they will be
sold for, must certainly render the old unrivalled
Three Big Doors one of the greatest attractions of
thd western country. It is gratifying to me to be
able to announce to my numerous fends at home
and abroad, that notwithstanding the extraordinary
efforts . which I have made to meet the many calls in
mY line,.tt is with difficulty I can keep time with the
constant rush that is made on this popular esta'idish
nient. It isa well established fact, that my sales arc
eight or ten times lalger than any other house in the
trade, and this being the ease on the amount sold,
can afford to sell at much leas profit than others could
poasibly think of doing if they wished to cover con
tingent,expenses. I intend to make a clean sweep
of all my present stock before the beginning of-nest
ye4r ; coming to this conclusion, I will make it the
interest of every man, who Want! a cheap winter
suit, to call and purchase at the Three Big Doors.
octal-dtaw JOHN M'CLOSKEY.
WESTERVELT, the old and well known
Venitian Blind Maker, formerly of Second
and Fourth sta., takes this method to inform his many
friends of the tact that his Factory is now in full op.
erhtion on St. Clair st., near the old Allegheny
Bridge, where a constant supply of Blinds of various
milers and qualities, is constantly kept on hand and
aEall prices, from twenty-cents up to suit customers.
N. B. lt' required, Blinds will be put up so, that
in case of alartn by tire, or otherwise, they may be
removed without the aid of a screw-driver, and with
the same facility that any other , piece of furniture
cap be removed, and without any extra expense.
SPRING FASHION.—Just received by t it
express from New York, the Spring Style
ofHats. All those in want of a neat superior Hats
are respectfully invited to call. S. MOORE,
No. 93 Wood et., 3 doors belos ,, lliamond Alley.
General Commission Bualness,
Tith a Receiving 4- Forwarding House, at FRANA
LIN, Venango county, Penn.,
BY NICICLIN & BRYDEN
I'j Y .BtYp r
having purchased a otsttlf Mlannglnmuore n j ree,) nere:t,d
thereon a new commodious and substantial waer
house, The above business will be attended to prompt,
and correctly, if possible, by us. Our friends and
the public will please remember us when they have
ally consignments to make to or from this point.
; Franklin, Oct. 24,til 846. (dBr.v.:6m
TV:DER TIIE CHARGE OF THE SISTERS OF
MERCY.—Drs...4.nnis6tr,GAZZAM, plivcr and
McMtat., General Attending Physicians; Dr. Wm
sintato, Physician for the Germans.—The Institution
ianow open for the reception of patients.
!RECEIVING Days—Tuesdays and Fridays, from d
to 10 o'clock, A. M. Cases of accidents can be re
ceived at any time.
+CHARGES—Three dollars a week in the general
Wards five dollars with- a private room. Medical at
tendance is included in these charges; payments to
be made two weeks in advance.
1 Any physician can send patients to the Ifoxpital,
and continue to attend them there, and any patient
can engage any physician he chooses. In these cases
the Institution will not be responsible for the physi
nian,s fees; each person will settle with such plivin
clans. Leeching is an extra charge.
As many free patients will be received as th, means
Of the Instittition will permit. Persons with c.ontagi
this diseases will not be received until accommoda
tions can be, prepared suf fi ciently ample to prevent
any danger that the other inmates would incur. . .
All the physicians will attend twice a week to visit
the hospital, and will depute one or their number to
attend the sick in the meantime.
Advice will be given gratitoonsly to ont-door pa
tients on Thursdays and Fridays at 10, A. M.
Pecuniary arrangements will be attended to by a
Committee of the Brotherhood of St. Josephs, which
for the present consists of James Blakely, Eeq.,
James May, John S. Cosgrave,John Coyle and Arthur
Blakely and Blieixeil,
Offices on Penn and Smithfield ats
GENTS for the Old Black Ball Line of Liver
pool and New York Packets.
Remittances made as usual to England, Ireland,
".ieotland and Wales, in sums of one pound sterling
ind - ripwardei—payable in any town of importance
in Great Britain and Ireland.
Persons wishing to send for their friends can have
ibern brought out by the above splendid line, on the
15th and 16th of any month. jy7
PITTSBURGH MANUFACTURED TOBACCO)
20 kegs Plug Tabasco;
• " 5 " Ladies' Twist, do;
10 " Va. " • do. '
10 " tav>d, ls Lump, do;
In store and for sale by J. &J. WDEVITT,
ap 20 222 Liberty et.
Fire and Marine Insnianae.
THE Insurance Company of North America, of
Philadelphia, through its duly 'authorized Agent,
the subscriber, offers to make peraitment and limited
Insurance on projierty, in this city and its vicinity,
and on shipments by.the canal and rivers.
Arthur G. Coffin, Steal. Samuel Brooke, .
''. Alex. Henry, Charles Taylor,
Samuel W. Jones, Samuel W. Smith,
Edward Smith, Ambroim White,
John A. Brown, Jacob M. Thomas,
John White, John It...Neff,-
Thoinas P. Cope, 4 Richard D. Wood,
Wm. Welsh, - Henry D. Sherrard, Seey.
This is the oldest Insurance Company in the Uni
ted States, having been chartered in 1794. Its char
teris perpetual, and !Font its high standing,- long
experience, ample means, and 'avoiding all risks of
an extra hazardous character, it may be considered
as offering ample security to the public.
At Counting Room of Jawetod, Jonettik Cu, Wa
ter and Front streets,Pittibuigh. oct23-y.
The Franklin Fire Insurance Company
eIRARTER PEIMETUAL. 9%00,000 paid in of
fice 1631 Cheinut st., north side, near Fifth.—
Take Insurance, either permanent or limited, against
loss or damage by fire, on properly and effects of
every description, in town or country, oh the moat
reasonable terms. Applications, made either per
sonally or by letters, will be promptly attended to.
C. N. BA.NCRER,Prest.
C. G. Ilancsma, Sec•y.
Charles N. Bancker, Jacob R. Smith,
Thomas Hart, George W. Richards,
Thos. J. Wharton, Mordecai D. Lewis,
Tobian Wagner, Adolphi E. Boric,
Samuel Grant, David. S. Brown.
, W knitter( MARTIN, Agent, at the Exchange Office
of Warrick Martin, it Co., corner of Third and Mar
Fire risks taken on buildings and their contents
in Pittsburgh, Allegheny and the sulTounding coon•
try. No marine or inland navigation risks taken,
AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY,
I. IIHIS well known and respectable company is pre-
I pared through their PITTSBURG AGENCY,to
make insurance of every kind connected with risks
of transportation and inland navigation; to insure
against loss or damage by fire, Dwelling Houses,
Warehouses, Buildings in general, Goods, Wares,
and Merchandise;.axid every description of personal
property on the most favorable terms.
Applications for Insurance attended to without de
lay at the office, No. 31 Water and 62 Front sta., by
SPIRNGER lIARBAUGII Ag•t.
At an Election held at the office in N. Y.; May
2th, the following named gentlemen were chosen
Directors of this Company, for the ensuing year,
Joimph W. Sarago,
John Brun net',
William G. Ward,
John Newhouse, Jacob Miller,
William S. Slocoun; Marcu• Spring,
John P. Mackic, Joseph S. Lake,
John J. Herrick.
And at a subsequent meeting of the Board, 30-
SEPII W. SAVAGE, Esq., was unanimously rmelem
ted President fur the ensiling year.
AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY of
Philadelphia—Charter perpetual—Capital 500,-
00U paid in. Office in Philadelphia, No. 72 Walnut
street—Wm. Davidson, Pre: t; Frederick Fraley,
Ser•y. This old and well established Company con
tinues to insure Buildings, Merchandise, Furniture.
and Property, nut of an extra hazardous character,
against loss or damage by Fire.
Applications for Insurances in Pittsburgh and its
neighborhood %rill be received, and risks taken
either perpetually or for limited periods, on fatora
ble terms, by GEO. COC44IIAIsI. Agent,
der 24 No. 26, Wood street.
KING & viNsFor,
.4gente at Pittsburgh, for the Delaware Mutual
Sqjet y lasuranee Company of Philadelphia.
FIRE RISKS upon Building. and Nlerchandise of
every deptcription, and Marine Rieke upon bulls
or cargoes of vessels, taken upon the moat favorable
office at the wareitonae of King & Holmes, on
Rater at., near Market atreet, Pittabnrgh. .
N. B. King & Finney invite the confidence and
patronage of their friends and community at large to
Or Delaware M. S. Insurance Company; an an insti
tution among the must flourishing in Philadelphia--
as having a large paid in capital, which, by the oper
ation of its charter, is constantly increasing—as
yielding to each person insured his due share of the
profits of the Company, without involving him in
any responsibility whatever, beyond the premium
actually paid in by him; and therefore as possessing
the Mutual principle divested of every obnoxious
feature, and in its most attractive form. nos l-tor
.tgeney of the Franklin 'Fire Insurance
Company of Philadelphia.
N. E. corner of Third and Wood streets, Pittsburgh.
rrilb: assets ad:: company on the fi rst of Janua
ry,i 11441 i, as published in conformity with an act
of the Pennsylvania Legislature, were
1101111 S and Mortgages
Real Estate, at cost,
Temporary Loans, Stocks and Cash,... 207,499 72
Making a total or
Affording certain assurance that all losses. will he
promptly met, and giving entire sccuritAto all who
obtain policies from this Company. Ruth' taken at
as low rates as arc consistent with isecur,jty.
oct S WAIUtICK MARTIN, Agent.
EXCRANOE BROKER, corner of Wood and 3d
streets. Gold, silver and current bank notes
bought and sold. Sight checks oh the eastern cities
for sale. Drafts, notes and bills collected.
Wm. Bell & Co.,
.1. Painter & Co.,
Alm Bronson & Co.,
John H. Brown &
James M'Candless, Cincinnati, 0,
J. IL. M'Donalil, St. Louis, Mo.
W. 11. Pope, Pres't Bank or Ky., Louisville ,
j CERTIFY that I have had two beds renovated
in Kelly's Steam Renovatorp.and I must acknow
ledge that the process brings the feathers to a more
buoyant and pure state than when new. With the
greatest pleasure I recommend it to the public.
riov2o-tf MARTIN LYTLE.
- 1) HODES & ALCORN, (late of New York city,)
No. 27, Fifth st., between Wood and Market,
Manufacturers of Mustard, Ground Spice., Catsup.,
&c., &c., will open during the present week a large
assortment of articles in their line, which they will
wholesole in quantities to suit dealers at Eastern
wholesale prices. All articles sold by ;hem warren. '
ted. .Tilerchants intending to go cast would do well
to call before leaving the city. They may be found
at thi it warehouse, No. 27, Fifth at., in Ryan's build
CIN the Charge, to the memory of Ringgold;
J The May Queen; Parlor Quadrilles;
c Tlie last sweet chime;
The home that I love;
01 would I were a boy again;
Le souvenir waltz, by 11. Kleber;
Origin of the harp;
Oakland Gallopade, by Rhoback;
Love Not; Old Granite State;
I have come from a happy land;
Orphan ballad singers, by Russell;
Oh! share my cottage;
Woodman! spare that tree;
Camp Glee, by Loder: ddicated to the New
York Guards' Glee Club;
The Vocal Beauties of the favorite Opera oldie
"Love Spell," by Donazette;
Four Songs from the Opera 11 Puritani, by Del-
Duette for two (ites, by Berbignier & Kauffner;
Rio Grande Quick March: dedicated to General
Willies Juvenile Pianoforte Preceptor;
Just received and for sale by
decl4 JOHN H. MELLOR, 81 Wood et.
W. WILSON, corner of 4th and Market at.,
. now °Were for sale at regular Eastern prices,
cheap for 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 pattervia; Silver Table and Tea Spoons and
Forks; Table .Cutlery and Tea Ware; Solar Lard
Lamps, for every purpose; Military Goods; &c. &c.
lIKT Watch and Clock repairing executed in the
beet manner. dec29.
The Press, Medical lesieitilty and Thou.
sands , who have.. used L'or.. 7 -Swayries:Compound
Syrup qt,Wihrchirry, Cmacurin-pro
flouncing it one of she best . Zamedies
'ever invented, ,foithe cure of all '
, PULMONARY AFFEC
eIONSUMPTIVES BzwAst n or: ba ro
Wild Cherry Tree in &tinges of the world, and
in all countries,where It is known; both among civil
ized as well as savage nations and tribes, is justly
celebrated 'for wonderful medicinal qualities.—
This, combined .with manyother valuable vegetaL
ble extracts, and prepareol by a skilful 'physician;
who pi:4B6meg the advantages of the experience and
pmehbe of his profession of nearly a quarter of a
century, must be a valuable acquisition to those who
are laboring under any of the dangerous ,diseases
the Lungs so common in our dimate. Such a prepa
ration is, Dr. Semmes Compound Syrup of Wild
Cherry, prepared by himself at hitt labertory in Phil
adelphia. Dr.'lVistar, of Philadelphia, Arm not nor
never has had any thing to do WithanYprerparation of
Wild-Vherry, hut there was one got up in Philadel
phia and the name of Maar attached, the right of
which was sold out to some merchants in the West:,
If you would get the gentfine . article, the only one'
prepared by .a regular physician, see that the sigma s
tare of Dr. Swayne, ofPldlad'a., is on each bottle. '
More Home Treimong. •
PIIILADCLPIIIA, Sept. 28, 1846.
Dr. IL Swayne:—Dear Sir—having seen the "as
tonishing cure" performed on Mr. Thomas by your
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry, I was induced to
try it on myself. I was taken with , a violent cough,
spitting of blood, shortness of breathing, together
with violent attacks of Asthma. I overdone myself
from exertion which I watt not able to perform, which
prostrated my system to a great e.stell. I . com
menced the use of your Compound Syrup of Wild
Cherry, together with your Kxtract of Sarsaparilla
and Tar Pills, which gave me almost immediate re
lief, and I am glad to give my testimony to all who
may be afflicted in a similar way. 1 am now able to
resume my daily labor. It would do well to see that
the signature of Dr. 11. Swayer. is on each bottle oft
Wild Cherry. My residence is in Thirteenth street!
two doors from the corner of Willow, where I shall
be glad to have an interview with all similarly afflic-,
tail. WM. It. WALTON.
Letter from the Rer. A. Jackson.
Formerly Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church,
CINCINNATI, Feb. 15, 1846.
Dr. Swayne—Dear Sir--Permit me to take the lib
erty of writing to you at this time, to exprees appro
bation, and recommend to the attention of heads ofi
families and to others your valuable medicine--your I
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry. In my travels of
late. I have seen in a great many instances, the won
derful effects of your medicine in relieving children
of very obstinate complaints, such as coughing,
wheezing, choking with the phlegm, asthmatic at
tacks, &c. I should not have written this letter,'
however, at present, although I have felt it my duty
Ito sold my testimony to it for some time, had it riot
been for a late instance where the medicine above
alluded to was instrumental in restoring to perfect
health an only c hild , hose case was almost hopeless,
in a family of my acquaintance. I thank heaven,'
said a doting mother, 'my child is saved' from the
i s iaws or death.'
Beyond all doubt, Dr. Swayne'e Compound Syrup
af Wild Cherry is the most valuable medicine in this)
or any other country. I am certain I have witnessed
more than one hundred cases where it has been at-,
tended with complete success. I have used it myself
in an obstinate attack of the Bronchitis, in which it
proved effectual in an exceedingly short time, con
sidering the severity of the ease. I can'recommend
it in the fullest confidence of its superior virtues. I
would advise that no tinily should be without it; it
is very pleasant, and always beneficial; worth double
and often ten tunes its price. The public are assur
ed there is no quackery about it.
JOHNSON, D. D.
Reader! are you suffering from a cold or disease I
of the longs? Try this remedy! you will not, perhaps,
regret it. It will arrest all those disagreeable sump-'
toms which strike so much terror to the mind, and
prolong, your days; beware of all preparations pur
porting to contain Wild Cherry, except that bearing
the signature of Dr. It. Swarm., on the outside wrap-', ,
per . .f . the bottle as they are quite likely destitute of
the article from which they borrow a name.
Prepared only by Da. Swayer, whose offiee has
been remoesd to the N. E. Corner of Eighth and Ibice
Sold wholesale and retail in Pittsburgh at proprie
tors prices, by INN. Totonsr,:s3 Market at.; Oporto
& SNOWDT.N, corner of Wood and 2il eta.; J. JONES,
150 Liberty at.
Also, befall J. Mitchell, Allegheny City, Boyd,
Cares & Co., Butler , ' Weaver & Henderson, Mercer;
Norman Calender,Meadville; J. U. Burton & Co.,
Erie; M'Kensie & Kaskell, Cleveland, Denis & Son.
Columbus; Miller, Brownsville: Marsh, Wheeling,
Va.; E. 11. Hinman, Cincinnati. Ohio; Dr. E. Easterly
& Co., St. Louis; J. S. Morris & Co., Louisville. Ky.;
Andrew Oliver &. Co., New Orleans, and by nitents
John McChain, A
Wm. W. Campbell,
J. rtrixtr, JR
owaras the market
Dr. Brown gives his particular attention to the
reatment and investigation of the following disea•
All discasesarising from Impuritiesof the Mood.
scrofula, syphilis, seminal weekness, impotency„
salt rheum, diseases of the eye and ear, rheumatism,
Dr. Brawn has much pleasure in announcing to
the public ‘ that he is in possession of the latest in
formation and improvement in the treatment of
secondary syphils, practised at the Paris Lock lios II
pital. The modern researches on syphilis, its 1
complications and consequences: and the improved
modes of practice which have been made known
to the public but recentley, and to those chiefly
who make this branch of Medicine, their particu
lar study and practise.
Many new and valuable remedies hasebeen late
ly introduced, whichsecures the patientbeing mer
curialited out of existence Strangers are apprised
that Doctor .Brown has been educated in every
branch of medicine, and regularly admitted to
practise, and that lie now confines himself to the
study and practice of this particular branch,tog,eth
er with all diseases of a private or delicate nature,
incident to the humanframe. No cure, no pay.
Recent cases are relieved in a short time, with
out interruption from business.
o:yOffice an Diamond Alley, a few doors from
Wood street, towards the market. Consultations
strictly confidential. my I 24,1&wy
WOULltapeak an honest and conscientious word
of advice to those of you who are not too wise to
reason, and who can appreciate and distinguish be ,
tween the cruel and dishonest puffing of the day, (in
reference to pulmonary diseases,) and the following
straight-forward statement, by one who would not
offer a misrepresentation to you, where life and
death are so dearly concerned as in any of the dis
eases or ailments which lead to Consumption.
lean assure you that the remedy. here offered, has
given a heavenly relief, and often effected a perma
nent cure, when every other remedy has failed. It
is pleasant, Indeed, beautiful to taste; and for those
who are weak, languid,end emaciated, it will form
an agreeablearticle of food, as it is in the form of a
beautiful, flavored balsamic jefty. It can; there
fore, in truth and honor, be offered to all those afflic
ted with Bronchitis, Asthma, Obstinate or Common
Coughs end Colds, spittirig:qf Blood, Bleeding of the
Lungs, Whooping-cough, Croup, Difficulty of Breath
ing, Sore Throat, Hoarseness, First, Stages of Con
sumption, arid all other Pulmonary and Liver Com
plaints. It is known as DR. EMANUEL'S BAL
SAMIC LUNG AND COUGH JELLY. •
The materials of this Jelly are purely vegetable
and balsamic, and are the invention of an eminent
physician, from which the proprietor has purchased
the-recipe. ,It is certainly worth its weight in gold,
but is put at h price to be within the reach of rich or
Sold by WM. JACKSON, at his Boot & Shoe stare,
No. S 9 Liberty street, head of Wood at, Pittsburgh.
Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle. decs
1 M. WHITE has just received at his large
LP establishment, fronting on Liberty and Sixth
streets, a splendid assortment of TWEEDS fist
summer; also, a superiorlot of French Satin VES•
TINGS, all of which he is ready to make up in
the latest fashion and on the most reasonable terms
ise usual. Observe the corner, No 167 Liberty
and Sixth streets.
myl4 J. M. WHITE, Tailor, Proprietor.
Medical and anrogle•l °dice.
Health is the charm of life, without it gold.
Love, letters, friends, all, all, are uneilioyed.
:, , zularry educated phyzi
ian from the eastern cit•
am, tt ould respectfully an
iounce, to the citizens of
'ittsburgh, Allegheny and
icinity, that he can be
.oroulted privately and
onfiitlentially, every day
ind evening . at his office
in Diamond Alley, a few
loors from Wood street
LOrEntanuel's Lung Jelly.
Can't be Beat:
T„»'~ , :C.rr ter.,,;,, n~,~ a_s t^s~
~ y`s .. '~v~~:~eaxee~ ,A ?~E ' , ?:+i,"..-.i-..._.. -' :;:.ate ,~z4iat~,..~..5,.V`ihxc'~..,+..+ ~'*.
A POSITIVE' AND PERMANENT ;CURE FOR
RHEUMATISM , '
AND ALL NERVOUS, COMPLAINTS.
"What though.the CaUtitS may not-be explainedi ,
Since-their effects are.duly ascertained,
Let not delusion, prejudice, or pride, _
; Indite° mankind to set the means aside;
Means which, tho' simple, are by Heaven designld
To alleviate -the ills of human kind."
DR. 'CHRISTIE'S GALVANIC RINGS AND MAG
M remarkable inventions whiCh has received
the universal approbation of the medical profes
sion of Great Britain, compriseein 'entirely new
plication of Galvanism, as a remedial agent, by means
of which the ordinary, Galvanic. Batteries, Electric
and Magnetic Machines/IM., are entirely dispensed
with; and the mysterious powerof GilYanism applied
without any of the objections *Madre inseparable
from the general mode now ieuse. The stroagdos
es, and irregular intervals, id which Galianism is ap
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,
and perseverance, has been brought to its present
state ofiperfection. The Galvanic Rings anawer all
the purposes of the moat expensive Machines, and
in many other respects are Ma r ie "sitri and certain in
accomplishing the desired effact.
The Galvanic dings useir i in connection with the
Magnetic Fluid, areectifidently recommended in all
disorders which arisefkoman enfeebled and unhealthy
stale of the nervous or vital 'system, and these com
plaints are among the most painful and universal to
which we ate Subject. They arise, without eiception,^
from One simple cause—a derangeinent of the Nerv
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 fbund-in the proper and judicious application;
The Galvanic Rings have been used with entire'
success in all cases of RifitIMATISH, acute or chronic,'
applying to the head, face or limbs, bout, TieDolo
revs, Toothache, Bronchitis, Vertigo,Nervous Sick
Headache, Indigestion, Paralysis, lsy, Epilepsy,
Fits,Cramp, Palpitations of the Heart, Apoplexy;
Stilness 'of Joints, Spinal Complaints, Luinbago,
Neuralgia, Nervous Tremors, Dizziness of the Head,
pain in the Chest and Side, General Debility, Deficien
cy of Nervous and Physical Energy, and all NERV
OUS DISORDERS. In cases ofconfirmed Dyspepsia, -
which is simply a nervous derangement of the diges
tive organs, they have been found equally successful.,
Their extraordinary effects upon the system must be
witnessed to be believed, and as a certain preventive
for the preceding complaints they are equally recom- ,
mended. The Rings are of different prices, being
made of all sizes, and of various ornamental patterns,
and can be worn by the most delicate female without'
the slightest inconvenience. In fact, the sensation
is rather agreeable than otherwise.
The Galvanic Belts, Bracelets, Bands,
Garters, Necklaces axe.
In some cases of a very severe Character, and of
long standing, the power as applied by the Galvanic
Rings is not sufficient to arrest the progress of disease
and ultimately restore health. The improved modi
fication in the Galvanic Belts, Bracelets ' Ere., entire
ly remedies this objection; any degree of power that
is rewired can readily be obtained, and no complaint
which the mysterious agent of Galvanism can effect
will fail to he permanently relieved. These articles
are adapted to the waists, arms, wrists,limbs, ancles,
or any part of the body, with perfect convenience.
The Galvanic Necklaces are used with greater bene
fit in cases of Bronchitis or affections or the throat
generally; also in cases of Nervous Deafness; anal
with almost uniform.success as a preventive for Apo- I
plexy, Epileptic Fits, and similar complaints.
Christie's Magnetic Fluid
is used in connection with the Galvanic Rings and
all their modifications. This composition has been
pronounced by the French Chemists to ue one of the
most extraordinary discoveries of 'modern science. It
is believed to possess the remarkable power of ren
&ring the nerves sensitive to galvanic action by this
means causing a concentration of the influence, at the I
,rat of disease, thus giving rapid and permanent re- j
lief. No other composition in chemistry is known to
produce the amuse effect, or to impart a similar pro- I
ports to the nervous system, by means ofan outward
local application. The Magnetic Fluideentains limb-
ing capable of the slightest injury; its application is' ,
agreeable, and it is as harmless in its action as it is
beneficial in its results. Full explanations and direr- '
times accompany it. The combined inventions are in I
es cry way perfectly harmless; they are sold at prices
within the reach of all and the discoverer only re- I
quests a fair trial as a test of theirsurprising efficacy
and pennanent benefit.
Christ he's Galvanic Strengthening Plas
These articles. form another valuable application
oTthe mysterious influence of Galvaniinn. They are
an important adjunct to the genuine Galvanic Rings,
and their modifications, acting upon the same princi
ple, but having the advantage of more local applica
tion. They are confidently recommended as a valu
able addition in the speedy cure ofitheumatism,acute
or chronic; in all nervous complaints, and as a posi
tive remedy in cases of Pain and Weakness in the
Cheat or Back, Pain in the Side, in Aslant lc Affections,
and in Weakness or Oppression of the Pulmonary Or
gans. In Spinal Complaints their effects are of the
moat decided character, and they have often been
used with complete success. They are also of the
greatest advantage in Pains and Weakness of the
lireast,and are highly recommended for many of time
complaints to which femalesare especially liable. As
an effectual means for strengthening the system when
debilitated with disease or other causes; as a certain
aid in Constitutional Weakness, as a Preventive of
Colds, and in all atTeetions of the Chest, generally,
the Galvanic Strengthening Plaster will be found of
great and permanent advantage. In a few, vvords; it
embraces all the virtues of the best tonic preparation,
with the intribruint additioe of the galvanic influence,
which is neither impairednor exhausted, while the
action continues. These articles will be found entire
ly free from those objections which are a constant
source of complaint with the ordinary plasters in
EK7- The great celebrity and success of these arti
cles have caused them to he counterfeited , by ••nprin
cipled persons. To provide against imposition, Dr.
Cultism has but one authorized agent in each city or
the Union. The only agent in Pittsburgh,
W. W. WILSON
CERTIFICATES AND TESTIMONIALS,
Of the higheat and most respectable character, are
constantly received, •regarding the extraordinary
value and success ofthe above articles. It is believ
ed that in the city of New York alone, upwards of
EIGHT THOUSAND PERSONS during a period of
less than a year, have been entirely relieved of the
most painful chronic disorders, some of which have
completely baffled all former efforts of medical art.
indeed many of the first physicians of this city, who
disapprove of the Galvanic . and Magnetic Machine,
constantly recommend this application in thelt prac
tice, and with the exception of those who arc too
prejudiced to give it a trial, the invention has re
ceived unanimous favor with the most intelligent
among the American Faculty. Dr. Christie is at all
times ready and most happy to give every facility to
and interested, for testing the truth of
his assertions and the efficacy of his discovery.
Only agency in Pittsburgh, corner of 9th and
Market street. octl4-dly
At No, 9. etnnmerrial Row, Liberty street, ""Big Got-
den Mortar" once more.
nagowi i eyhaeleretoore received
and wishing to merit an increased share of public pa
tronage, would respectfully call the attention of the
public to our stock of goods which we are now re.
ceiting for the fall trade. Among which may be
found in quantities to suit purchisers, the following
Rhuebard Root, Liquorice Root,
Flour Sulphur, do. Ball,
Gum Arabic, Refined Borax,
CPd Magnesia, Sal Soda, ~
Carb Magnesia, Spanish Brown,
Gum Aloes, Gum Copal,
'Cream Tarter, Roll Brimstobe,
Calomeli White Chalk,
Sup Carb Soda, Ext. Logwood,
Epsom Salts, . Chip'd do.
Glauber do. Madder, -..--
Tartaric Acid, Yellow Ochre,
Gum Soimmony, Chrome Yellow,
Bal Copavia, do Green,
Salt Petra, . Rose Pink.
Together with a general assortment of Oils, Paints,
Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Dye Woods, Bee., &c., all
of which will be aoldnot low as at any tact hoirse
in the city. seplti
STEWART'S Daily Register, for tho use of rand
lies and persons 4r i b - oiliness, for 1 8 4 7 .
For sale by „. IL S. ,110SIVOICCH lit CO"
43 Market at.
Dimwi t Drugs, likngs,
• .- DR.:*IIOGERSI3,
LICTTERWORT ATM: : TELIV!
A see and ceilnin cuie foieoneuniptibe (if the Lungs,
Spitting . of Blood, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Pain in the Side Bronchitis,
HEAR what the celebrated Dr. Richards says -va
Physician. of more than 30. year& standing, - . •
He certifies that in the case of Mr. Charles Wade,
that after having resorted to every awaits .within his
knowledge, for the treatment of,Consiimptior4 Wiltit
out the slightest benefit, he permitted him to use . Dr:
Rogers' Liverwort anilTer, by which be was rester.;
ed to perfect ' ' '• -
:(Signed) - • - WM. J. RICHARDS, M.-D..'
lt:r Please get a pamphlet and see this certificite
in full. , • . - , • -
CONSUMPTION AND MOST DI ST RESS IN G.
COUGH CURED. " ,
.' - '
Mrs. And Childes, who resides on (Rh - Street (South
side) 2 doors West of Smith at., Citi.D., certifies— • -
That she was so far gone with •Consomption,nt•.
tended with a most distressing Cough, as to boon
the very brink of the grave, and, although underthe
care of an able Professor, s hel had given,up all hopes
of recovery but was rescued by theuse ofDr.Rogers ,
Liverwoit and Tar; one half, bottle of which broke
the Cough entirely up ' ANN CHILDES.
'VIOLENT COUGH, PAIN AND SPITTLN6 OF
-- BLOOD CURED.
Mr. Finch, John street, between 4th and fith sta;
Cin., O.; states that he was afflicted with a Violent!
Cough, much 'fiaiii and continual Spitting of-Blood,
and, although under the care of an excellent Physi=
cian, was daily becoming worse, but was happily
cured by Dr. Rogers' Liverwort ,end Tar which
stopped the blooding, removed the pain, broke up
the Cough immediately, and healed. the Lungs per
featly sound. [Signed.; - JUSTICE FINCH.
From the lion. Judge, Wm. Bustxr, of Cincinnati.
He states that he is well acquainted with Mr.
Finch, and that his 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. , Ile con
siders it valuable.
(Signed,) WILLIAM BURKE.
Call on the Agents and see this certificate in full.
DISTRESSING COUGH AND THE LAST STAGES
OF CONSUMPTION CURED.
Mrs. Benj. Smith, living on Ann street, one square
North of the Cincinnati Hospital, certifies—
That she was so low that the pbysicians could do
no more for her. She exhibited inecisely the saws
symptoms that her datighter did before she died,
(she having 'died with the same disease but a short
time previons,) and was absolutely strangling with
her cough, when she commenced using Dr. Rogers';
Compound Syrup of Liverwort and Tar, which rais;
ed her as by a miracle.
(Signed;) ABIGAL SMITH. .1
A. L. Scovill, Wholesale Agent for the West and
South, S. E; corner of .501 and Spruce streets, Cin
H. C. Kneeland, principal Agent for Pittsburghi
office on Grant st. ' one door below 2d.
Also for sale by J. Eidd t. Co., Corner of 4th and
Wood its., Pittsburgh. 1
John H. Cassell, sth ward, yittsburgli
11. P. Schwartz, Allegheny.
John Smith, Birmingham. i
' Wilson's P il l s .. —
rpiit WILSON PILLS, as a remedy peculiarly
11_ adapted for headaches and dyspeptic affections,
arc pretty generally known and esteemed in this
community; and the proprietor; to often as he has
occasion to write or speak of them, can sc.archly re
frain from an expression of his grateful ac.knowledg-1
inentsto his friends for their patronage and kindness '
o hinr. His feelings are the warmer fremnbeerving
he "beginning and the ending"—thrown alinost in
ju'etagosition—of so many nostsumsand kindred pre
paratiOns equally loud in their'.pretensions, and
much ,more industriously p?esented to thb. public;
while his preparation noiselessly advances ' even to
remote places, soothing and comforting the afflicted,
and permanently grafting itself upon the affections
of new friends, thus continually widening the eitele
of its usefulness. Although well satisfied that his
medicine has, as it were, a principle of perpCquity in
it, yet hn is obliged to his friends for the most sub
! shuttle, evidence of the fact.
la its natural history, if you please, the Wagon
Pill differs from most other preparations in not being
originally made for sale, or with a view to pecuniary
profit; while as every body knows, the greatest tyro
'(as a general thing) no sooner begins to. dabblb in
drugs than lie casts about for mune Cheap prapara:
tion, or must 'get up,' as the phrase is, something—,
anything that will sell. Often he attempts it under
an assumed or fictitious name. as though conscious ' ,
his own were insufficient to tell it. The difference'
then between the Wilson Pill and the prepaintibus a
have just indicated, would appear to be this: The
consciousness of the value of my pill originated
the idea of putting them on sale for money, and at 1
price. The consciousness of the value of money
originittes in most instances the many preparations
I have alluded to; and the price most likely 'to take'
is always first carefully considered, and the pill or
otherpreparation made and graduated to suit it. The
one isa DISCOVERIT3 and comes from the great -krona
of Universal Nature; the other a trick or invention,
and comes - from a not very popular quality of Nil-
VIDUAL Nature. Reader! the difference here' is
great. In one instance the value attached to the Pitt
is the starting point; in the other, the MONEY: But
it is not probable that sonic of the many prepara
tions having even such paternity' were acmilentalTy ,
good, but that possibly by this proceed !of "getting
up" as they call it, by puffing and blowing,-as' we
clean wheat, they have been a& up ,, too high!be
fore their specific gravity had been carefully ascer
tained, and have blown off never to be heard of,
with other chaff—some lighter, some heavier. -
Whatever may be the rationale, -I must repeat it,
that I am most profoundly thankfu to my friends for
their discrimination in not consigning my discovery to
that compendhous category r "inventions that did
not answer "— of "tricks that • n'tivin.."
The Wilson Pillsare useful as GENERAL remedy,
and may be kept and taken, i n roper - doses, in fam
ilies, as a preventative of gener I ill health, or dis
ease of whatever name, by an member of the fam
ily, without any fear of the ' nsequences of expo
sure in the ordinary pursuits of business.
irrThey may alwaystie had in any quantity of the
proprietor, in Penn street, below Alarbury, and of the
principal Druggists of this city and Allegheny.
Dissolution of Partnership.
VIIE Partnership eiisting betuetn the undersign
.ed, under the firm of -SCRIBA kSCHEIBLER,
was dissolved on the '3d inst., by mutual consent.
The books of the concern are in the hands of Mr.
Scriba, who is authorized to settle all accounts.
The Bookstore will be continued at the old stand by
Mr. Scribal the Bookbinding by Mr. Scheibler.
Dec. 25., 1846
Books and Stationary.
HAVING just returned from the East 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 tile public to my store,
No. 11S, Wood at. Prices extremely low. Among
a great selection of Books for old and young, I men
The Bdiadoir Annual, for 1547.
" Miss Rose,
" Amaranth, aa
aa Mayflower, 46
" Forget-me-not, 44
" Leaflets ofMenapry "
Lady's Album, 64
, 4 Sacred Monntains.
a , Illustrated Book of Christian:Ballads.
Scenes in the tire of Chriit; a pb hrisW,ol4„
The Tortoise Shell Kitten, 1847.
The Book of Nursery Rhyne
Together with a great selectign of Books for child
Ten, - Qqmes,Portfolip.9,. ploTott SCRIBA,
§ - 415 Wood at
megitikolll4 Op al lv o:.
111 1111 -I!l"bleptilialltih „I. . f
` 3I .TGA.#,,.COATI
CLICKENER , B 817 GAR COATED VEGETABLE
PILLS are the first and dnifMedicine ever
known that will positively cure - ' •
Headache, Gidieeu, -Measles; Salt Rheum,
Rheumatism, Piles, ' Heartburn, Warms,
Dispepsia, Scurry,. - - Cholera Morbus,i •
Small Pox, Jaundice, Coughs, Quinsy,
Pains in the Back, Whooping Cough,
Inward Weakness, • Consumption, Fits,
Palpitation of the Heart, Liver Complailni
.Rising in the Throat,. fn
Dropsy, Asthma, • .Itchinge of the'Skia,
Fevers of all kinds, Colds, Gout;Givivel,
' Female Complaints, Nervous Complaints,
Aid all'other diseases originating horn Itnittilties of
the b100d... :
Irr They have 'cured, since their iritrodireilitina.
over 2,060 peraouS, who have been givensp übrzipni.7
less cases, by . the most eminent Phyaiciana.
•Ca• They are patronised and recommended ' by'
men of the highest distinction, among vvliontsite-i
Hon. David R. Porter, Hon, Henry Clay,
Hon.lobtr'Q:Adatini, 'Hon. Daniel rWelaita4
lion. Martin Van . Buren, . Hon. J. C. Ca1h0nn...,..,:
Gen. Winfield Scott, Col. R. M. Johnson,
lion. James/IC:Polk, - Gen:Lewis etlll. "; "
licr Their virtues. are Bo infallible. that *entirety
• will be returned in all cues they do not give.univer-.
sal satisfaction. Although but two and a hilf yeirs
have elapsed fince . these celebrated Pali were.first
introduced Co. the public, the sale of there: in- the
Eastern and middle States has far escrieded , Dr.)
.A.erins t 214
pat year, alone;no leak than 30,000 gross of boxes
heft( been sold in the' State of New Yeti,' 8,009 1 k
Pennsylvania, 000 in Marj , land,'B,oooin New 'mil,
Bey, 2,000 in Delaware; and 9,000 in the Nevi Eirgland
States, requiring the constant emplorrient'rof 27
hinds, exeliniive of prinnirii and engraver* . :In the
same period,avards OF 204,0(H) copies • °Cum.
"Family Doc 'hain'imen ordered by (gents, In
every section of the ec.envy. These - facts must
show, conclosively;shaiDi. eliekenerrs Sugar Coat
ed Pills, besides being the.very beet medicine in thei
World;are heldia thi.higheirtestitintionbYthe
We might . extend aria phblication to an
iie length, if 'We deemed -it :expedient to publish all
tersimonials we have received, not only Rom agentis:
but individuals and families,- who have experienCed
the benficial effects of • Clickenerrs Sugar Coated
Pills, bat we deem it unnecessary. The inostinj;
contestible exideoce of their unprecedented stroceeni
are the nemberlesa Imitations and Counterfeits orlalchi
have already appeared, - notwithstanding thcbtiefle
riod they have been before the public. Even some.
of our iitaublahest pill makers have bad thestudatity.
to imltatethe t'ciptiole"Of Sugar, in order to
the ingredients of 'their vile compounds ,
them' off for the "real simon pure." - Such piltiy.
'lateenMitt last long without exposing theirlideons
defbrmity. Truth and honesty must inevitably pre
vail over rascality and deception. ,
For sale in Pittsburgh by WM. JACKSON, at his.
Patent Medicine Warehouse, No. 89; Liberty street,l.
head of Wood st., Pittsburgh. Price, 28 e. per box.
Dr. Clickencrrs principal office is 81 Barclay streqt.
;Cr Beware of an imitation article called Im_
proved Sugar CoateaPille,purportinitcibe patented,
as both the pills and the pretended patent are for--
gene's, got op 11 a inlierable • quack in New TOrit,:-
who, for the last four ,or five years, .has made bin
living by counterfeiting popular medicines. ,::
Remember, Dr. C. V. CliCkener is the original
inventor of Sugar Coated Pills, and that nothing ter
the sort was ever. heard of until he introduced them
in June, 1843. Purchasers should, therefore, alWays
ask for Clitkenees Sugar Coated Vegetable Pills, self
take no ether - or they will be made the victiins
fraud. . oct 19-dly
ditaaVa inventions Outdone by Nature.
READ, *LTLECT, lIE WISZ, AND 1711 Z. VATURVI 012 . AT
REMEDY, THE AMERICAN OIIA,
MEDICINE OF NATURE.
rr IDS Oil is bbetintd3 &bin a well near Iturksville,
Kentucky, at the depth of 185 feet beloivr the
surface otthe earth, and 170 feet tlumnib solid rock.
Its curative properties aro truly astonishing, and as
a Remedial Agent it may well be pronounced won
derful. Sinch the discovery of thit Panacea of Re-'
Lure, numbers of remarkable cures hare been elllct
ed by its use.' It is Innocent—Powerful—Safe and
Certain in its effects. It has been used with nape/-
aliened success in fhb' treathent Of the following
diseases: Inflammatory Rheumatism, Burns and
Scalds, Cholic, Piles, Flatulence, Inflammation of
the Idbeys eafness, Consumption, 'aver Cent- 1
plaint, Phtlifinc, Seald Dead, Cancers ' Weak and
Sore Eyes,Bruises, Fresh Cilia .and Wounds,'
Sprains anStrains, Dropsy, Pains in the Breastand.
Side, Tetter, Influenza, Ulcerated Sore Throat.
Consumption Brtibbliihs, Spasms, Ulcers, Spilt&
Affections, Se!rofula or King's Evil, Coughs, Syphilis,
Ringworm, all Bowel, Complaints, all Chronic dm
cases, Impurities of the blood and General Debility.
It is likewise very beneficial for Female Complaints
in general; acted" a great Restorativerrom Languor,
eakness bf Bach aneChest, Low Spirits and.Exce.s.,
Read the following Certificates, all of which are
authentic; aU tbb persona therein named are now
living; and well knorrh la Cincinnati and Pittsburgh:
Prrrsinnisu, Aug 22, 1846.
This is to certify that we have hied the American
Oil fur the whooping tbilgh, among our children, by
giving then ftotn 2l drops to a small tea spoonful at
night, which iilways enabled theinto rest welt thrones
the night. 1 also applied it to one of the children
that got her arm burnt by turning over a tea cup of
hot coffee on it, the teased crying by the time
the arm was dressed and bound up, and has nevee
complained of it since. I also was afflicted with a
pain in , my side aria breast; and , have been so for IC
years. 1 commented iitifq the Oil by taking a tea
spoonful twice a day and in 3 or four days using of
the oil I have ben very much relieved, and do really
believe that it is the hest family medicinetbat I have
ever seen. I appbeikit to one of my neighbors for
a strained antic, whictveljeved her in a fevr minutes.
We have also used the oil foss titrained joint in oar
own family, which gave ease in a verylhort.time.
We live on the east stile ofPenitst, 9 doorstioutket
Walnut, 3 am now as well as 1-everwario zeiTlOr.
-4 MARGARET If. SMITH.'
. • .• • Tirrovn A
io, ug. 1 , 1846. •
This is to e.ertify,tgat my son hashadthe
for seven years, and. was very bad with it, and about
12 or 15 days since, I commenced giving to him
about 20 or 25 drops of the American Oil, twice - it
day. which relieved him in a day or two of his
culty of breathing, and he is now entirely relieved
of his cough; our boy is 10 : yean of age. We live in
King's Alloy: - NANCY
:CINCINNATI, July Ist, 1846.
Sir: Having been cond of a very severe disease
of the eyes and head' by the use of the American
Oil, I fcel it my duty to the poblicom well *a to IFO,
to send you the following certificate: • '
1 hereby certify that I was severely &filleted - one
year ago last winter, with Inflamed sore eye" and
very severe pain in Iny head from my eyes up to the
top of my head, and continued so for several weeks.
My eyes were, so much inflamed and sore that I
could not see to attend any business, nor could I tell
one object , from. another a few pada from Me. I
called in a physician, but Still; got worse. I also
tried a good many remedica thin bad'cured others;
but in my Case they !b i lled. In April, 1845, I hear d
of the American Oil I I procured a battle, and be
fore Ihaii used i 10f a bottle I was,citirely well,
and still continue 'ie . .' I 'will not be 'without it irinsy
house as long as lean get this genuine article. I also
gave it to one of my men that *war working for me,
that had the tatter milli' hands so bad that wheObe
would grip anything tight in them the blood would
burst out, and the use of half a bottle cured us both.
I would advise all that are afflicted in any way to
give the oil a fair trial, and I think, they will - be
pleased with the effect it will have
Sold at One Dollar per Bottle at 'Jackson's Patent
Medicine Warehouse, 89 Liberty, head of Wood st.,
Pittsburgh. Tan, ODILIIPLAIC ur Trrmatmatt where*
the GenuineAnwicaa Oil can be obtained. .
Beware of a Counterfeit article. The Seneca OiL.
put in American Oil Bottles, and labelled "Amer-.
man Oil:. It somewhat •resembles the American.
Oil, but possesses none of its virtues or bealingpoir
W. Jackson respectfully infbrms the Public that
D. flail & Co., the proprietors of the Americas Oil,
have appointed him their SOLE AGENT for West.
All persons wishing Sub-ageneles will apex t ; 139
Liberty street, as above.
N. B. Bub-agents wanted flit otery town W i ts
above District. •
A great number eiv:c.estirlastes axo oil band and
can be soea at die, race, 89 "LibErtratreet, beidot
Wood., zug 48:11 •
••Nifx•-•CARDLE UT cnvirugG Tow t e_
Da-:—yr. & D. RINEHADT,Itio. 33 Hunt" et., ,
*.e eand 4n innienneitig to the.intblie th at toffy
hive just antroaueea a nelfsed, del : lc:ions article of!
¢ne ODDIVING . TOD.Of.D; leldellhey can.rec
ead to elletonierelt pleisbnt, foie] ytlavoybdi
and eutitayrrhe front Oulteration. They hilyeoaloti
on tieid a 'lvry ft6elt4 Of CAV MUM or . l&to vets
best quality. 1 decl4
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