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THE PRAWN MURDEIL---LOUIS Phil
hope and the Queen have made a per
sonal visit to Marshal Sebastiani, the
unhappy father of the murdered Duchess
Ae Preslin. So completely, did this un
precedented drama tale possessiOn of
the Parisian mind, that. notes of invita
tion could scarce be written withOut,'a
mention of it. -• A fashionable lady thus
phrased her request forihe company of
her friends to tea :—J•Madame de 4-
-hopes for the pleasure of your company
on Saturday evening, August 21. The
Praslin murder will be the principal to-
Tic of conversation, and. som e details
;will be given which have 'tot appeareil
in the published reports." i
, A note has, been made public which
was written by he Duchess on the
evening of the night of- the i murder. It
was. addressed. t her inqnsate friend
from girlhood, the Marchioness de
"Sainte-Cr—+ She Vays :—she hid
i - arriied in town, fatigued, indiSposed,
and unhappt as usual, but that she
• could not go!to bed without saying•good
, night to her friend ' • that she wrote this
en chemise, and would only add that she
should expect her at eleven o'clock the
A.sister of , the Duko do Praslin has-
tened to Paris on hearing of the murder,
• but feeling that she had not the strength
to meet her mother without first seeking
support from Heaven, she made her way
to the neighboring church of St. Roch,
to kneel a while at the elms. As she
was ascending the steps, a•news-vender,
passing the church, shouted at the top of,
'. his voice :—" L'assassinat de Madame
la Duchesse de Praslin !—le suicide de
' Passassin !" At this horrible cry the
• unhappy sister of the assassin dropped
: senseless upon the threshold of the
church, and was with difficulty restored
to animation.—Hotne Journal.
_ A ritavEcten in Texas, describing
the soil, dcc., says :—'; The first change
in the soil rom the uniformly black or
slaty colored alluvial of the low prairies
you meet after passing Spring Creek,
thirty miles from Houston, which pre- .
sects you with a red clay loam, filled
with iron stone gravel. This is an 'ex
tensive stratum in Texas: There iS a
remarkable fornrof pebble in this kind of
oil, from-the siie of apes to the extent
of-a wash-bowl. - These pebbles are hol
low, commonly lengthened at ore end
into the shape of a hen's egg. There is
it hole into the cavity of the pebble, com
monly, perhaps always, at the little end.
The surface of the. inside is mostly melt
ed into a glazing; which shines when
you break open this gourd, shell; rock, or
pehble. The composition of it varies
from iron rock to iron sand-stone .'l
WISHING co Be a Crisis-amt.—There
is no virtue in this. Many ir eat
contented with merely saying—"l wish
I were a Christian." That may be true.
And yet you are not a Christian. Ten'
thousand things which we wish to do, we
yet on the, whole choose not to do.—
God's requirement is. "choose yo .this
day whom ye will serve." You "want"
to be a Christian, perhaps. But do you
choose to he a Christian! Do you want
to - be,a. Christian in such a sense that
you set aside every other '•want" which
interposes to prevent!
What we choose 'to do,- we do, unless
external circumstances absolutely pre
vault. • Choice lead's to action by a nuts
ral necessity, .if action is possible.—
Hence this law of God, although it lays
its claims primarly upon , the heart, with
perfect justice requires, in all ordinary
cases, such external actions as coffee
. pond, to tight Volition. r. _
following is an extract of a letter taken
from a Scotch newspaper of the year
"Old William Douglass and his wifo
are lately dead. You know that he and
his wife were born on the same day—
that they were constant companions, till
nature inapired them, with love and
fricndship—at the age of
. ninetein were
married, with the consent of their pa
rents, at the church — where they wars
• christened: These are not all the cir
cumstances. attending the extraordinary
pair. They never knew-n day's sickness
until the day before their deaths; and
the day on which they died they were
exactly one hundred years old. They
died.in one bed, and were buried in one
.n the ft -- 'he - they
—.maniere practice and tart
can ever ever fall to the lot of aIY Ptive. Precutio..4 ace
ply qualifies hinsto alit as-O.MS Or speedy, perma
nent}nd satisfactory Imo Mall at:penal 'nth doliosts
disease., and all diseases ariuna therefrom.
Dr: Brown - +mild mantle there edlicled with Prise , .
assesses which have 'become Chronic br saranate va
tad by theme of any of the Common of the
day. that their complaints elm be radically and titer
oagWy cored,be henna given - his careful attention to
the treatment of_sucheases,ind succeeded In hundreds
of NEW:tees in coring psrsons of intimation of he neck
of the , bladder,•and kindred dtseases whittle:ten math
jorddlose cases where whets hive consigned them to
hopeless despair. Ile pat ocularly invites such as have
been hog and smsueeessfully treated 'by others to eon
halt him; when every satisfaction will be giventbem and
their eases treated in asarefhl,thorough;and Intelligen
manner, pointed not by . long experienee,study and an t
icattplion, which it ts impossible 'for those engaged in
grerral practice of otedtetne to rye any one elw o
Herron Or Rupture—Dr. Drown oleo min
persons allieted with Henna to call, so he las pa.
'ordvalet attention thin disease.
_Skin Diseases; also Piles, Palsy, etc_ speedily cored
Mversion, • 1
Parentn of either Ines living at a distance
by tutting diets - disease to writing, giving all the lump
Huns, eat obtain medicines with dITCL dam , foe use, by
addressing T DROWN, M.: D. post pill , aneenelo
inns a fee.
Office No. GS Donsiond alley, opposite the Waverly
[Er No ears. n nay?
- ' OEVERAL REiSONB Wily DR. LEI
- 1.7 DY'S
. SARSAPARILLA 111.0 0 D
PILLS are becoming so' unnersally popubr
' - - First, Because they are prepared by Dr N B Lei.
dy himself, a regular Druggist, Chemist and l'hysi
' cun of Philadelphia, who! knows the nature, the
. : . quality and character of the Medicine. used in his
pill. Rodlheir adaptatiuo to disease,
• '' -, Second,. Because the public can take them with
' • greater cm:La/knee than most other pills which are
prepared by persons_ ignorant both of medicine and
' Third, Because of their combined eflect..Proper;
-- ties not contained in auy.other pill.; namely, purg-
. leg from Vie stomach and bowels all unhealthy rub;
• • manta, and at the mine time purifying the blood
- - and Saida of the body. •
Fourth, Because they are the cheapest and best
- . ....__L - medicine known—a single bon costing bat t. 5 cent.,
.. tied containing 40pIlla, saving to person. as loony
'dollanalttime. to Doctor's bills, and numerous'
medicine.' bought & tried on the reemumeadation
of othene • . .
• WHOLESOME ADVICE.
' . Whenever you have occasion to take any rardi
- - dna, do - not ha trilling with your constitution by
. trying ell kss ds
d of pills or other medicine. you see
- riblisbed a recommended byane and another but
. . , .
take it on . . ;
Dr. Ladys Sarooyoulla Blood Tills
i i .
and yon wi I not have occasion to take anything
. • • '';: ' sloe.. The will always be found goodie almost all
-::-- ••." • , vet= of use, Inflametion of the Womack, bow.,
.sfs, liver and iniewinespenorps of the stomach
•r• toile, Waterbrwitn inward lever., foul breath, bad
, •,_ y a wl. the mouth, Soar emetations and acidity of
• . • 1, ... , the atomic , costiveness and indigestion, want of
alppelite, Woes affections. disoases of the spites
, - - nod kid ,diseme. or the skin, scaly cruptiond
' !;., dry and watery pimples or blotches of the face ems
•-- -•-•-. hedy,tetter,mah,pnekle beat and wait rho cm,liead
-ciao; kiddioesii/euitnest, pans over the heart, of
. ' .., ... the bread, sidee,along she back and spate, rheuma
-: tiouszed elk, ilffets or all kinds, email pos. !aria.
.-. . r.; •leitLineasals,scinsfala,eryslowiss- and in short they_
. •.; , ars toed ia WI diausseeltarrleg liair.on:ils in the
; ' •"....- stomach',. liver; oodioterpou, a d impurity of the
aad Rend brit. A. Faboartock
, ar• CAIL,Of Vint and•lArood, also Conser of
O. BO i lingL041.1717:11 CkadninATD
. - • • 131611211 MY.
Olt relieving the pains and dangers incident to
Prignaney mad Ckild Birth, which MN:teethe
easy awl unprotracted cremes, of thff functions of
11061 . 211 which Nature, when uninfluenced by the'
luxuries of civilized life, intended Should be perfor
med expeditiously, 'nth little paint and without sub
pequent indisposition. . •
Ur Hordeloque derirrg hie travels in Ana, °been ,
ed this remarkable fact. That the women of those
coontries are peculiarly different lrom all other
loads, in ltd.' respect—that they are free lush the
pains and dangers Which make the period of Prig.
panty an objeetol s 0 much astieicated ndering and
ride. Cariosity and the zeal for Scientific dim..
ry prompted him to iummtigate the Coon of this re-.
markable eoteption to the were trials to which the
teamed females are' generally subjected, arid the
result was the discovery of the fact that the women
of those countries were an the habit of using during
the last stages of ?ter/money, certain plants which
have the faculty of imparting that degree of tone
and elasticity to the nerves and blood "easels of the
thew, or Womb which enables it to perform its
function. in all their uativelimplicity of action and
freedom from pain.
It is a singular fact, also, that the Indian women
of North America are in a remarkable degree free
I from those pains and danger, of preguattey mad child
I birth to which the white women are kubjected.—
Whether they naeatiesame plants ta do the women
of Asia we cannot tell. Certain it is that the fact is
no leis remarkable than true.
This Remedy is now eitenaavely and throughout
France with the most marked success and many le ,
males who were once single through' apprehension.
of the dangers consequent to the state of marriage
are now by the 'use of this medicine, performing
the duties of wives and mother. with caution unit
It is at this time now first presented to the wo
men of America, by Dr Bordeloque;through his
sole *gear, Dr A C MORTIMER, and he feels con
fident that independent of its intrinsic ments it will
recommend itself to the mad part of the commu
nity, as it is fully calculated . to do away with that
horrid crime of which some, through fear of pains
of child birth, are guilty, (the i production of prema.
This medicine is also remarkable for remedying
that hitherto incumbledisease Barrenness, and its
almost constant accompaniment floor Albus.t n
fact that relaxed and fallen state of the Womb
when aecolipauin this disease is never tell alter
the shortest use of this medicine.
TM. medicine is prepared in such a way as to be
agreeable and pleasant to the taste.
Dr A C MORTIMER. No 36 Liopenard at.,
New York, has been appointed sole agent for the
Untied States, by Dr Bordeloque, and to the only
person in this country who is authorised to rend
this invaluahle ownlicine,aa the following leiter will
( nun/dated from the French.)
Pants,./une 10th, 1847.
Dr A MORTlmeto—DearSir ,, Accordieg to the
agreement entered into between u, I wish by this
letter to give you that wntten authority to sell
throughout the United States, (my Remedy for re
lieving the pains and Angers - Incident to poregna eel
and'child birth,) which it is necessary for you to
have to sattsfy the public of its genuineness and pe.
city. As you are aware the exposure of the medi
cine to the influence of the sea air obliged me to
send it to you in air tight vessels. I have also sent
with it, a specimen of the manner to which it is put
up in Pans. In like 'manner Ishoeld Irish it to ap
pear in the United Sues. Sir, with great respect I
remain yours, F E BOR DELOQUE, hi D.
,P also stud you a copy of a letter received
by me from the }Loyal Academy of Science, it,
(Translated from the French.)
Pans, lan ttl, IBIS
~To M. Bonnetottex—Sir--The common.
en of the Academy have appointed the undersigned
trona.their number, an a committee to report regard •
log the merit. of the remedy laid before as by you
(fur nattering the pains and dangers incident to preg
13. C• and child birth.).. Several eminent Surgeons
berth submitted. to the Academy the results of
their eaperiace m the use of yoni remedy, we has
ten to lay it before you, believing it lobe the best
decision regarding its claim to dmuricipth, and of its'
great value, that either you crib, public could have
wished. Whatever influence this way may pos
sess on the members of the profession will exerted
to further that adoption of this remedy into general
use, which as • scientific ducovery mad an unfailing
remedy, at so richly deserves. Eight Phyaiman.
having used this medicine, each in fifty cases of de
livery. found it entirely successful in promoting a
remarkable sale and easy delivery, free from pain
and danger. With the exception of three. patients
or Dr Briquet there was a perfect immunity from
any subsequent weakness or disease; one of these
three a laboring woman who had met with a severe
fall a week prerioin to delivery, was taken immedi
ately after that event with a profuse hemorrhage,
which was with difßealty arrested. The other two
malformations°, the petal., were in no wise relieved
Gleam. These few exceptions in so great a number
of cases as loan hundred, show the undoubted effi
cacy of your remedy. and have d . ctertnined at to
give it tbaerecommendetion and approval which is
due to it, and the furtherance of :scientific media
wine (Signed) 14 RRESCHET, h 1 D.
AIAGENDIE, M D.
Cram of the Commissioners of the R. Academy
The public am cautioned • against purchasing this
medicine from any persons except of the sole agent
Dr A C Morthiner, No 36 Lispenani at, New
York, where this Medicine is put up in package.
suitable for being pent by mail to any part of the
P Two dollaris paekatte containing lull di
Penman desirous of this Great Remedy
who rcoduat a distance, ran so by forwarding
Two Dollkm, post paid. to .
DR A C MORTIMER, Sole Agent for the 1. 1 S ,
, septl.7 9w filo 36 I.2Liaprund at,.New York.
BriNTONII E:XTZIC.NAL agittuDy,
S now nowerrilly acknowledged to be •the IN
FALLIBLE REMEDY for Ithenmatism, Sol
nal Attentions, Conttactions of the - Muscles, Sore
Threat end Quinsy, Ismies,Old Ulcers, Pains in the
Back and Chest, Ague in the Breast and Face.
Tooth Ache, Sprains, Bruises, Salt Rheum, Borns,
Croup, Frosted Feet. and all. Nervona Diseases.
The TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS which has at.
tended the a?Diieltioll of this moat WONDERFUL
MEDICINk in coring the most severe cams of the
dificrent litsemes above stamed,--and the HIGH
ENCOMIUMS that have been bestowed upon it,
wherever it has been ietroduced, gives me the right
to call on the AFFLIC TED to resort at once to
the ONLY REMEDY THAT CAN BE RELIED
fr7The faculty unite in recommending th e cele
cted External Remedy, Hunt's Liniment.
The following letter from the highly eminent
Physicians who have been attached to • the : Masai
p1e.2.1a State, Primo for'many years, is the best
evidence of the nine of this celebmted Liniment.
Soto Surd, December N, 1&4.5.
My Dear Sir—l rewired your note of yesterday,
asking my opinion in relation to Hunt's Liniment,
u prepared by Mr George E Stanton. Knowing
its composition, sod baying frequently nand it, I
can recommend it to you as a safe External Reme
dy, ud in my opinion, , the best Liniment now in
use. Very truly and reapeetftilla yours,
A K OFFMAN.
Col Pierre Van Cortlandt, Croton Manor.
1 fully concur in the above opinion.
YoRITOWN, Jun. 14, IBIS.
Sir—ln reply to your letter, I would say that I
have used your. Eggetatil Remedy, culled Hunt's
Liniment, in my:gtrUctice since you made me se
quaintest with its composition, and unhesitatingly
say that Ihielliere it to be the best Esteriml Reme
dy now in use for she complaints fur which you re
commend - it. - Yours respectlnty,
LIN/ MILLER,BI. D.
Geo E Stanton,Esq.
113•Amoeg the main of worthless articles and
humbugs that sea ponied forth at the present day
upon the country, it in really refreshing to find
something of real practical utility, something aim
pie, .speedy and efiectnal in its operation, and ak
the um time free from those .inturiotia effects
which generally attend powerful remedies.
Liniment, prepared by Geo. E Suntan of Sing
Sing, though it bas been hot a chart time before
the publie,has already obtained the confidence, not
only of our most wealthy and influential citiunsi
but our moat eminent physicians. All acknowl-
edge it to be a sovereign balm for many of the ills
that flesh islieir to, soothing 'the aching limb, and
by its genuine stimulating influence, banishing die
ease - from the system.
Mr. Stanumr—Sir—Sreing your kdrertisement
of linnffs Liniment, I was induced to try its effects
on my son, who had been crippled with a lame
likek from an infant; and it is with gratitude I bear
testimony to its wondiffel healing properties. My
child, who is now five yearsol age. now in aNu
way of recovery, Wan, &c.,-
DEMMON C NICKERSON.
Pon OtriCf., TORNIKES, Putnam Co.
I certify that I am personally acquaintol with
the above named child. end think the father would
be silt in saying that his son is almost well.
JAS W DYKMAN,
Nov 5, 1845, , . Deputy root Mister.
P. S. 1 would also state that I have been for a
number of years subyeet to frequent attacks 01 the
Rheumatism, which in ninny instances presented
my attending to my business. Two or throe appll•
eatilms of the Liniment invariably remove all af
fections of the kind. In eases of braises, sprain.
and sores, too numermas to mention, it has in this
vicinity proved a certain remedy. Its value can
only be estimated by those who have given it a lair
• This Liniment ill cold at Wand 50 cent. peF bot
tle, by all the Principal Draggles and Merchant.
throughout the, country.
Wkolesak Agen Is in New York.
HOADLEY, PHELPS & Co, 142 Water
RUSfITON & Co, 110 ...roadway.
, Ii & D SANDS, comer Fulton and William.
ASPINWALL, 26 William stmt.
Orders addrened to me et Sing Slag, N Y,
be attended to. GEORGE E STANTON,
For sale in Pittab4rgh by L. WILCOX, Jr, sod J
JX.IDD &. Co. Allogneny City, JOHN SARGENT
Birmingbato,JOHlNl SMITH. • 1eb,19
SCROFULA AND iCROVILILOUS SWELL,
INGS. - --Scrolula in all its multiplied forms
whether in that of King's Evil, enlargements o the
glands or bones, Goitre, White Swellings. Caroni(
Rheumatism, Camper, &Twee of the Skin or Spine,
or of Pulmonary Consumption, emanate from one
and the same cause, which is a plenteous. principle
more Or J ams inherent in the human Spica:. There•
fort. unless this principle can be destroyed, no rad'.
cal cure can be t aerated; bat if the principle upon
which the disease depends; is removed, a care
must of netasisity follow, no matter under w hati lone
the disease should manifest itself.. This, therefore
to the reason why JASSY:I ALTERAYISIL is • MI uoi
veriely sueftwefal ip removinge n toany.tmllgeaol
diseases. It destroy, the virus or limiciphs from
which those disease, hare - their Origin,by entering
into the circulation; end with the blood is conveyed
to the urinates; fibre, removing/every - particle of
ditetse froze the system.' Pisperedend sold at No.
C South Third Street, Philadelphia:
: Sold at the Prikitl Tea Store,tio:D. Fourth wee,
COMPOUND SYMUP OP WILD CI-UMP
. . . . . .
A certain SSA safe care for coughs, colds, asthma,
liver complaint, !pitting blood, pains in the tide
or breutoierross debilityoshooping couch
,broken coostitotioo, CONSUMPs,
TION or any,disease °Me lungs or
breast. Beaker are you suffering
with a cold or disease of the
longs, try this remedy,.
yovrill not per
baps regret it.
It will arrest all those disagreeable eyinitome which
strike such terror to tile twod,3 prolong your dap.
Beware of ell prepaiatlons purpotting to contain
Wild Cherry, except that bearing the signature of Dr
H SWAYWE we the oitaide wrapper of each bottle,
as they are quite likely dettitate al. . the artichafroto
which they borrow a name.
Read w hat it has done!
60.000 DEATHS BY COASUbtFTION
Would perhaps be - a mall estimate for the ravages
of this dreadful disease inn single year; then odd
the fearful catalogue of those cot off by Inflama•
bon ol the Luogs, Hemorrbage.Aiithms, Cough.
Influent.. Bronchitis, and other diseases of the
Longs and Liver.
Add the list would present en appalling proof of the
totality ol these two ,classes of diseaSea. But it is
Important to know that nearly all 01 . this dread
waste of human life might have been prevented
by a timely am of Dr. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND
SYRUNg WILT! CHERRY. !
This medicine has tow been' before the public
some eight years, and to the original preparatihn
from the Wild Cherry Tree. Its reputation as a
remedy for. Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, and Con
sumption of the Lungs based entirely upon its in
trinsic merits, owes but little to inflated newspaper
Puffs. Those who give it e trial, being benetitted
by t, recommend , it to their Imighbori, and thus
gradually and sorely bait gained an epviable repo.
tenon and worked its way Into general use. One
bottle never fails to cure a r* not, cough or cold,
while with - strict attention to the direction, that ac•
company each bottlo,its tae in pulmonary diseases
of long standing and of the most Meunier etree
ter, has always given relief, and in• very many
instances has, effected complete • and permanent
Dr. SIVAYNES Celebrated Compound Syr.
Read the most remarkable care of COnaempiion
ever placed upon record—
Dr Swayne—Dear dirt 'tree!it a debt 8f gratitude
due to you—and a duty to the afflicted generally to
otter my humble testimony in rarer of emir Cons.
pound Syrup 01 Odd Cherry. Sonia flueo Team
since, I was violeitly attacked with col dand inda.
matiou of the lungs, which was accompanied with
a very dutressing cough, pain in the breast and head
--a very considerable discharge of offensive mucus
from the lungs, especially . tmon changes of weather
however alight. At first I felt no alarm about my
condition, but was pretty soon convinced that I was
rapidly going, into cunsuinfition. I grew daily weak.
triad at ledgth was scarcely We to walk about or
speck above a whisper, such was the eacoeding
weakness filmy lungs, During thin lime I had tried
various preparauons sod prescriptiona, hut found no
relief—growing sll thd time worse. Just hero I was' I
advised and persuaded by a dear friend in Whining.
too to make a trial of your Syrup or Wild Cherry.
I must conies. that previously I had been melodic
cd ageing patent medicines, and I am still against
those coming out or the hands of empiric.. but
understanding your 'atoms to the profession and
practice of medicine, and having impede laith in
she saying of my friends, I forthwith purchased fit
Dr Shaw, one of your agents i os few bottles and
commenced its use. My disease at this time was
eat twenty or twenty fire mouths' etanding, cense
qnently ems deeply seated. I found, however, con
siderable relief from the first Welter five bottle...—
But being a public speaker I freseently atempted
to preach with my increasing strength and :thereby
ruptured those voiscla unit hod already began to
heal; in this wag, doubtless, my earn .was 'greatly
retarded. to consequence of acting thermions.
dently I had to use or bottles before I was
perfectly restored. I hive no question, a much
smaller number of bottles wools bare rondo 'me
sound, but for the above indiscretion. The byrup
allayed the feverish habit, did away the distressing
cough, put a stop to the discharge of Matter recta
de lungs. and gave term and the enure system good
health. I have deferred offering this certificate till
now'. for the purpose jot being perfectly saluted
with the permanency of the cure, and now that I
feel perfectly well ~I oder it with pleasure.
Dublin county, N. C.
Avoidall splrform Preto . tattoos of Wild Cherry.
such as Balsams, Bitters. Symms of Wild Cherry,
Pills purporting to contain Wild „Cherry, Ste, &c,
as they are all tittitious and counterfeit, and contain
none of the virtues of the original and genuine pre•
portion as prepared by Dr, S:iirayne, and the find
ever prepared in this country.. Doctor Soapier
Compound Syrup of WILD CHERRY it composed
of vegetable ingredients, the Wild Cherry. and oth.•
er medical substances mially as iditacoms, it nut
more so; the whole are so eflectually concentrated
as to render it beyond all doubt the molt pleasant,
strengthening. nod elfeervial remedy ever discover.
ed for the cure of Pulmonary contempt:on, and all
diseases of the toliysiond Breast. The very Ism,
froni 82 having such a•train 'ol spunous masker,
stands to prove its great curative 'properties
Therefore, invalids. inquire for the original preps
rattan, each bottle of which it enveloped inn beau.
tiful wrapper, with a likeness of William Deno en
graved thereon; also hearlng the Innen:ire of Dr 11.
berayne, the counterfeiting of which will be you.
ished so forgery.
Prepared only by Dr. H. SWATei, N W corner
of Es OATH and Rocs Streets, PhdadelPhte.
For sale in Pittsburgh wholesale and retail by
Witt. THORN, .53 Market street, •
OGDEN S. SNOWDEN, comer _ed & Wood vu.
B. A. FAIINESJOCK & Co.. corner of tit and
Wood and 6th and Worst streets.
S. JONES, 180 Libe rt y street
JOHN MITCHELL, Allegbeny
And by all.reapectable Druggist, and dealers in
MethcLne . , throughout the United Stale. and Cana•
IT NEVER FAILS!
Dr. CULLEN'S INI.IIAN VEGETABLE PANACEA
n I KRSONS 'afflicted with Scmiola, King's Evil
Cancer, Erysipelas, Old Sores, I Ilcert, Tette,
Ihlctcunal Diseases, or any other complaints arisina
Iron? impurities of the blood, are ',vested to mad
the 10110vring testimonials, in Iproot of the .oofirr•
fat firoperties of the above awned medicine.
READ: READ!! EEAD!!..
. WL the undervigned, having' visited Mr. Isaac
Brooks, Jr. at tlth When of Meson, /towage! and
Walton, 37G Market street, Philadelphia, consider
hi. ease th e ilt
remarkable one we ite e'er wit
nerved or !Maid of. .
Hia disease wan SCROFULA, and terrible must
have been hit twelve years' conflict with the Jo
"' lll e g
, alate,the entire mare( his moutli,Noee, lip.
per Lip, end lower Lid Si the Right Eye have been
destroyed, hi. Face nearly eaten up j and part of tlar
Jaw Rote carried away. And yel we can give 51
dcscnpuoti of his ease.
Mr. B. inlorms us that in January last, the whole
interior of his mouth, as well as most of Ali face
was a map, of deep and painful ulcers!
On the 1.10 ofJaeuary lam, he commenced takiae
Dr. CULLEN'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PAN A•
CEA, which checked the disease in a haw da)s,
Dom that time the care has progressed without/in
New flesh has 'applied the place Of ,Lho deep al
cers, and though badly disfigured, his lace is seised,
sad his general health is restored.
We are assured that in the treatment of Mr.
Brooks' case, no Mercarials,Oinunents, or Caustic
applications have been used,--in liet, the PANA
CEA ALONE, has wrought this wonderll3l change
Mind Smith, Beek. counts,
Charles L. flowaml, blew:N . llle, Crawford CoPa..
J W Jones, hl D South Second street, Phil.%
Jacob Let, Pemberton, N J.
E W•Carr,44o n Fourth, above Poplar st, N. L.
S M'Cullnegh, Lancaster, Pa.
R 14 Maddock, 28 North Eleventh st.
C W_Appleten, M D 46 South et 'do
TimothyCaldvsell, Marion co. Missouri.
Daniel freak el. Chesnut Hill,Phil,tdelphia co. Pa.
John Herned,39o High street,
Milian. Steeling, ht D, Camden, N. J.
Willi= Hide, 378 High street, Yhila.
J II Potter, Manufacturer of Mineral Teeth, IVJ S
. Ninth otreet,
L A Wollenoreber, Ed. Phila. Democrat V 7 N 341
George W Moo, Weigh Molter, 317 Market St.
Ezra Carr, 159 Chasantrt street, Hula.
A D Gillette ?attar of Eleventh Baptiat Church,
John Bell, Erie Steak Philadelphia, 'North Amer:
Aaron Sands, 164 Catharine Street, Phila.
Daniel blellioliry, loonier's Alloy, do
Andrew Sweats, Camden, N J.
R H Emus, WedPhila.
Richard R. Young,4lllder, 409 Market at. Phila
John W Asia:Dead, 6O South Sixth street, do
S Wagner,Lithographer, 116 Cheiat street, do
IS J Kcal, PM Eleventh street, do
Peter Sken Smith:Editor Native Eagle, do
Joel Bodine, tilan manufacturer, Williamstown
William Steely, Farmington, Van Buren co. lows
t. B Coles, MD, Boatno,Maa.. •
'lroise' Canfield, rbisiologist, Philadelphia.
ThomasP S Roby .1%1 1), Harriaburgls, Pa.
Peter Wnght. Markettitreet, Phila.
James W Newlin, 103 Filbert at. do
John Good, 174 Spruce Bt. do
Willinm Uric, Pastor St,Palblll-14.Ch.Catharine
Jobn Chambers, Patter bat Indep: Church, Broad
'l' L Sander., Publither of Pledge and Standard,
F 1' *elm, Editor Oboe 11-inch, Doylestown;
Wholenale and Retail by Knwand c. Walter', Pro ,
prietors,376 Market St. Philadelphia, K E Sellers,
b 7 Wood at. Pituborgh, Pa.; Win. The n,5'2 Mar..
het N. do.; K R Perkins, Marietta, Ohio; Fenton &
Sharp, Maysville, K Y; John W OnneehOwer,
Ohio) Sidell &Reoves,Madison Ia; C Noble, Loma.
K Y; Deverouck 5t.,,,,0u15, Mo.
P H McGraw, Natchez, Misav Hardowa & Jelin
,too Vicaborgh, do; Charles Jenkins, New Orlan
rims • 03Bd,orcand elegant entiweid andwperient; be
g, io n • perfert Outten of chow:rally pure carbonate of
Sbo g hala l lwwwws * the medical qualities of Abe (melt pre.
gairatione of blares., without being liablo W rum concre
tions in the howels,or iret infurionsie upon the ...ten( the
Woosach Out table spoauful of Olt Filth! Magnesia isequiv
dent in alreneth in hal fa teaspoonful of Magnesia.
For dr b, B CO, corner lit and
Wow and Wooil and GI) ..11
S - t . 111.11f , AiP . AlllLLA—Brisiorx Comp Eli
• Ide:tv n lo rt i l l:Comp. Plaid Ext.Sarsapanlia;
Carpentr's do Jo;
Cornstack's do do;
Townsend's do do;
Conswtlyon hood and fin cote by If A FAIINCF—
TOCK & Co., comer of tan and wood and wand and
tSHltll l, nJ u SHlr i :ll , al4s ,. .. ,. ti t. 7lzto
Mr. R. E. Sellers—Encloud rend the a mnontaryis,
tisediebor sold: I • have .old all of dm Imperial Cough
Yrrop..,and it bas given =Warman to all who road IL.
Bend me three or tour dozes more. • I
• Yours respectfully, • • • • HENRY MS.
Primes sew per bottle. • •
sarapared and sokt.by E SELLERS. No'. 57 Wood
• Sold by Dr. Quint, 51. b Wardiiod D Carry:AL
DICKSON dr, CO..
No. S 0 Market Stratfter dam beans Third Sault ride.
T/IDORTEII_9 and Waste.le 'Dealers to Watche.
"Watch Glasses and materials. Iserelty desenp
lions. qualities and styles, contimsag all the attad e s
connected with the
Clocks, Dixon a. tinnht Brdania German Silver and
-,-• . . .
Silver plated 'stares Sheffield and Birmingham plated
fancy anises, Rodgers & Son's and Wostenholm's cut
levy. razors, scissors, erasers, desk Knives, &c., ivory
handled table cutlery of the 'finest, medium and coco
on <oaken.: A large ...mutant of gold pees, pan.'
focal rpettacles, papier Macke and i.p.nal mfr.,
various shapes and qualities. at reduced rates, gold
watch eases and silver ware. of all descriptions man
untended to order.., . •
DICFSOR & CO. havlng recently removes] Into the
large and commodious vrarebouse tormerlyocrnpied
by •Messts. Sehhurst A. eves. and more .ayes') by
Ashhorst & Pennutgton, beg leave to inform Walsh
Dealers, Foothern and Wesaern, Merchants and othurs
that they.desurn having at all tunes an assortment at
Goods of their owe importation which they are deter
mined to tell at the lowest rates.
(17 - Every attention vela be paid to the peeking of
Goods and in the.execallon of orders, die qualttios and
prices Will he tally guarantied against all cotopetstion.
ARTIFICIAL FLOM MANUFACTURER,
No. 156 North Third Street
AMAX. SE7 STREET,
HAH on hand, and manulactures to order, Aruficial
Flowers, Feathers, Tarlatan and Fuse Caps, Lat
dtes' Drees Copt, Borders, Coltaret., &e.
Andevcry deerripuon of Fancy tioodin which he will
sell at the lowest market prices.
N ll.—Feathers dyed, cleaned, altered, and thUled
STEASI . II.I.NIMEIt. •
1111 0 1 , 14 , 1 . 1ammer m, pzsrge m s a luany advantag es over all
Its Slanageableurret—Thegytll n it e y anTroicc of bin
Stray he mourned with the greatest case, while .th
.lneamer lit'opetatant, and the harnmer may beta
stantly arrested, and suspended at any bright.
Its Universality, arcapacity to execute work of al
kinds, from the largest to the smallest, under the varo•
ILS Ritepheify, CISIIIIIMC Olen and t'beapnesa.
In Accessabilny upon all rules, by the aroritnen.
All the haramcm are made Self• Acting,
The subscribers cannot/is to execute orders for these
lamer, of all sixes, upon reasonable terms. For farther partteulars,mature of
DIE:ERICK & TOWN E,
Aneoptees of the Patent for the United States,
aeel64Y Southtkark Foundry. Phllad'ate
DERRY ,SE. NICKERSON,
AWNINGS, SACKING BOTTOMN,
WAGON COVERS AND GRAIN RAGS
No. 304 South Front 6 eeeee
Rack. of T A. 14 iLson's Cabinet Ware Money
t\ LI. ordent with 0... Mn,va the office of the
Metahant'e Hotel, Palattuesh, veal be prontrlY
attended to. TIIOS. G. DERRY
eepto"ilv A. G. NICKERSON
OCLE, CO—ICII AND
ILIKF.I7, Cbtamt ,
Phthadertp.ttia, late of the firms of We 4.
constantly on han tu! Go. ottle, hontlxone astortsoen! pf
uloottoble Carnage a Veloric, Droll styles and dovertpOons
matte ttt order at the thorlest potoible antic, and earrued to
the very tett monnor, of selected materal.
JAMES S. 'SMITH,
N. e 1 x...5.-Thi,s marl, hrtote Rom, Prlarldphio.
1 - l A :tfe ' n ' t, " a7r7:l l l lu n t ' o • Pnt- " To n p ' at h ir ' „f7:Tor 'r k. ' r lff ' ‘7.
mo.t celebrated unarm, such ur rone.trihe Manuthe
tuetng Co C mom. manthrrs, havini thr
teruttof the Flight Coy and Thlrty hour ClOcks, of Mc dt
ferent manufacturr.. At.° trer, month, chip and /Oar
Clocks. Denier. will doare to girt tut a call.. ,Prdet
mml Promptly attended to. nett: Itn.
AGENCY' FOR PATENTS.
Washington, D. C.
Z E A Ri g tS „ C. 11 . 1.1 , I N a w n I , c , :a lEn 7 1, r , an d
ahry Drowtog• and Papers ' lof propane Aproinut Pat
ent, and trim:marl all other ...Amor** to the moot
onall at 100 Patera
th ee. lle can't, consulted
on all ortration, relating to e Potent Lana awl deem.
Ilion* in the Untied tstatra or Fatope. Pe *ono at
diateince desirous or loving .21.11111111011• made Cl tla,
Pateell)triee, prior to mating opplicanon tor a patent,
, o‘r r or o, o od (port patrl.eneomng • fee of fore dollar,
a cleat .11..0f of it cue, when oinotedotte atten
tion will I.e given to tt. nail all the informal-on that
could be obtained by a. rtsa,ol the applicant in pet
P romptly if
All irllf r • oil 1;u1,11r..111110 t, port paid. and contain
a limuth!e ire. where n mnuen op:rano trytored.
Mee on F wee, opposite the Potent th%ce
Ile haa the honor reirrraor. Ly wrinao.on,
lino raiment' Bathe, Cornino,aniet of Pan.nin,
lion II l. Elkerroth, Into In do .10,
11 Roomier. Nlactum.l, , Paient 01ficr;
j a ,lg * Cra n en, ashmaten, fy C.
'Hon Cnonte. Slaolachuaettr, Utt
I Hon, W Allen. Ohl°. dn ene
110n..1 II Nowlin, hI C. Nl:aaour,l
Hon, IV Ilna Hall; Nem York,
Hoot Robert Swab. NI
Hon 11 S Senate;
lion. i II Rene, M C. Nl..r.ear.;
Capt. II :11 abieve.
' rt.-rote—tamale on the most Itimmtred nottern
attd oar., ia.htonaltte.Eastern Itattera. and roans. Al. O
E NULL, COIF-AP l/LI, or norwst BLIND. on baud
or made to order of all risen add at all priers.
Country Aletchaint and other. e wetted ut and
f rt< the above fur them.elvest, as all will Ito sold
*totemic 'or ret ail. and a Itber.t dedurnon tnadt to
wholonaln p r e"..
apldif A ‘CESTERVELT
very I.l.ernt ene , mt•ln
11 Ant 'e
, hg, hunted hlnt.ell on Allegheny,
im• to,m to take !,s., to,
term of ,ear. no the property he nolo .
,n Ikaver Sect,.mmedattely • Lea,..le. thn
Prearterinit Church rf .11 the rang Plperiv.Lice. thf
alrovr Lu ond n rl.aitet• plea., he hope* to me,
it and reenta , o .Aare ni rmAlleptutonage. •
Noss on band and Gn.ettAB to oed. r, Dag
;eel, open and top Itune.e•. and ever)" d , ser'nu.n. ,
taerottes rtmte to order. front *evenly .five dollars to
a embn,jarot.. .1(1.1IN SOUTH.
T. Jones' Italian Chemical Kemp.
VOlt all buds or erupt., and diseases of the Skin;
L' soch no l'introcs,ltiotenc...Malt Itheent.rtrurry, I teat
Vpook, clapped or tracked %4.n. andfur all other &sta
ses the Sam. lame!. renal°, e Vernal remerbee, thta
Soup n 11.1,1• unpa•alled. It also di.pnle Freckles. Son
barn, Morpheme. Tao, and rhanlte• the Cola, 0 1 dark.
)elloar, or d,sheered skto. to • lane. healthy, youtblut.
clearness. A fresh supply, warranted envier, and (cr.
tale at Mc redueed prier ne per cake. Ins just Crete
nes,verl. as uttered or rale by A FAH N roesc
. COM , / l at and wood and otrro•t the corner of a,lth
And wood aw.,TVO
'I ENTI.ENIEN 'a FUJI NINIIING IiOODS, (at whole
-1 tate.) II K. TODD, wonofertuter. Scrota. No
up au". tNo doors Leto.'L!, icheit the wwritioo of
purchaser. of OCatleivicas Furnivltior liceol• to our Steck of
taut fa ihionstle pools, avesofeetuttor eapteelly the our
owo mho, warranted well ensile an 4
meol we would call the wienttoo of rottclowersand cog.-
met+ to owe rave of vinverfine fiti I Troy stunt, tort received.
out erivefneditito quality. do, with Wei white mod vacated of
every dvicript worry...Hy, with jewel to w t
lututher mot of dune Perot WAITI Joint Brored Gam Due
tte Suipetolvro just opened with vars.. soruand prices We
would whit the otl6 of piinetweirs who see is Om habit of
ironic over the mounts... tw. K onete cull'nd eternise our
Work, la we are confident nodzirir. ei far pim. we town
nrordl, c.tumdott theta to took further. but ittlitte In ...th
• • • • •
underatgned MVO ledoced the price. od kale
and Illaanotg Powder of thtsnupertor manor...inure,
o n , uaLl warranted erwer,il.lled and lenient] JO lbw an
n good Powder e be boug ht to the market.
The Draytteti ernoloyed the ldlyatina weal call
every tnncong on the coon/mere to delneer Powder end
reente , order.
Ordev at all 111111.14.Ma , i be filled .mtnediately, oa op
olleaidte et the odd , of J C BI 1)W}:1 1., ARI
above the MO:1001railf:4 Ihnlon., water m eet
M. n. W. looter., Act II P Co. aet4
Mork Swing True..
t:WLY IN VitNTED—For re ir:end Peer:wept
IN Core of 11111041 A or RUPTURE. (Sorted to all ,
The curter:or claim. hr thw Trail convict nt the eon,
natant. emit wait which it may be worn. The pad of
wood bring neatly balanced on 'prim, yields to pres
sure on an, pan or st. mud thnronghly adopt. etwlrto
any ninvemitnt made by tho wearer. it ean he wont
without Interintivlnn, until a rare la etented., the aub•
sri awl . % 1,4 v, Mid , . ntlangentento for the 111t1,11112 , 1i11e
of thew vale:o,le Truvms, in u aup,tor etyle, in libila
dolphin. unit have them new Ame gale at their awe, Yu.
77, ihnahlield et. near ntith, iintvburFtt.
lIFAI. It ATT.
D. NV. KnllEliMAiti.
ta . ir i oL e lNT i t n a go Vu o i n .
bend. urn for placing round pope. and parcelsof every
cle , n,ponn—in an gortent Ime Can bn placed round e
peclet of nape, holding thorn bon in alto tame onto.
allowtne of add:lion or rrdertion without 'soy !ono or
• • . .
.1 & II 1.1111.1.11 . $
nl4 Solltng Axle, .5 wood at
. . .
• Dr. MaLcoe's Worm Specific.
mins ..., rem() that, by taking one vlal of horror
1 hie Latnete Worm ttrethe, a el Id of Jame! Shaw , .
pureed opwarda of 7 worm., and by the one of maid
medicate a did.' of my own rowed II large MM..—
II la oely the new o
t eurrmlng worta medicine I ever
cen. I mufti have two 11.1 C Vlltill.
• wnt Git.motut:
Fur Pole by J KIDD .1. Co, No.llo wood !Orr., Fo
Wort. . mrh.Xl
4QPIGNCICILII FILICS"--Just terrivrth per
I.7Pocket Ship Sarannelt, 4 mar. “Speocer's" Cost
Steel Piles, comprivong n very general ovnarttnesth
The otlention of Moeittoists end rooeunler• generally
loritrd. ' LOGAN A. KF:NNEDT
Lt TUVE PATTEGRNII FOR BALE-01kb
1,0*.t. P.M.!!! Maker, Allegheny eny
the nearest pattern Mr Stoves en hand either in wood
or iron, Mill tenting nod gill patient. matte to on/tr.
TABLE AND DAR SUGABA-15 blob. Ltore•
rina's crushed and irolvertard No I a noele on band
and receiving; Cur sale wholesale or retail at the Whir
Neemof JACOB WEAVER
spll3 lamm mnrket &
STARCH POLlSH—lhstssylum rna coa—To
ni of boding 9teirelt udJ nee of the mtlaretroth mark-
Mn rake; Men epp.y in the uhnet sonntiet,end a
beautitul stealth will he glyen in the linen. hiee lel
ets Mr n cake Mat veil that ehnni 9 weeks. For sale by
sold rt u t5k.1.1.1.:99.37 wood Rt
HOWEI 11081411—thoU feet VUlcanued Indio
Barber How than 1.10,l Inch, diem-ten a «plcre
did tweet, - Jew reed end or sale nt Nn. 5 Wowing.
N It. lI bea born swat.: by one of nur worthy mil
woe that India Italtbrelthee could not be mended. We
ear they can, and we will do it.
ptt/5 & P
FOR NTEAM BOATS.
ORTALIttIi Ftlitt.iF)3--A rely eanynet4nt, article.
laws oil theft:lnge ran be tarried by %belw..
dies by two Mc,, A few just reed and 11. ,ple by
st dtVAl B fiCirFP.
'MILE wtc _ger Medical nerperen—ron,
deiro. Melody an d ,merry. rhyaiclons moy rely
upon the purittref Mem wine, tleceived and for Pale
icy • sera:3l k E SELLER&
&c. fat •Tl c e l a' C t
tmer. ndle 4l:
- I DICKEj' & co
LIGHT STREET. ' ALTIMORE,
FOGG & THURSTON, Ploptltdor,. •
J. Wills establishment long and widely ktiown as beang
of Inc plOstconllllodiolls in the city of Baldroote,
b ar , recently undergone very extensive alterations and
t mmanents. An entire new wing has beep added, I
containing nuntorormand airy sleepingapartmts t iend
The Ladies' department has also been completely re
organised and fitted up in a mon unique and beautiful
sLyle. In fact the whole arrangement of the Hem has
been remodeled,With a single eye on the pan of the
proprietors towards the comfort and pleasure of than
Buena, andwhiett they confidently men will chal
lenge eouspurnbn with any HMI lathe Union:
Their table will always be supplied with every sob
@cannel and luxury which the wart et KOWA s, served op
theysent riot style, while in the way of Wines, an,
e will not be surpassed.
In mn/ninon the propmetors hey to say, thatnothing
will be left undone on their panowdo nghe pan of thew
..A.stepla, to render this Hotel worthy the continued
patronage of their fnends and the public generally.
The prices for board have also been reduced to the
Lathes' Ordinary, 51 75 per day:
N. 11.—The Baggage Waggon of the House Will ai
rways lie found at the Car and Steamboat Landings;
which will convey baggage s.° and (WM tie Ilatet, free
of charge- e f - • 1111).241(
EpEARL STE/MIST HOUSE, Cincinnati,
r 01110—The subscribers having purchased the en
tire interest of Col. P Willuonson, late of this well
known establishamat.beg leave to state to their friends
and the public generally, that they have taken this '
commodious Hotel for a term of years and will exert
their best energies to make it a desirable home (or Trav
eller* and City Boarders.
The Hotel is spacious and admirably plumed for con
venience, light and air, having a number of pat lore
ndMirmag.Chanoerli, presenting unusual xttrachaus to
The present . proprietors baying bad the experience of
years in thiseny and elsevrticre,hope they, will be able
to give gendral aatisfietion, being determined to Mee
undimded attention to the Mow alone.
The lemationo Rhe
a Prl Swett Haase is anent...mealy
eligible,having front me Pearl, Walnut and Third stA
so Oint It is : equally dastrable in view of the conveni
ence of bisinesa manor telireMent forprivate byelaw , .
It is near by the
tbe Post °Dee, the Silasoine.
Hill, Odd Fellows Hall, and batmen square distant from
Main street and two . squares from the City What 1, Iliac
offs:mg the greatest inducments, esPeciallY to C um in-
merehant• arid gsnandly to n n persons visiting Cumin
, natl. • JOHN NOBLE
I raehM JOHN A DUBLE
Charles Street, between liarket.andlombard
• titre..., Beltimorm,
Teo subscriber having tales the above rattan
liththent, often hie services to the chianti, and
pabliet generally. It is conveniently ghosted •5
yeptds the Steamboat* pd Railroad-Depot—is in the
midst of the more extensive InsportiogNotwee—and to
fact, the location offers to those 'tailing the city, as
ny ounces:4-4nel and cootforta so the other ptincipal
The house is now being Lilted up with new foranuth,
to good taste andhthle, and will be open to M
on the 5.1 day of April, 1647. The proprietor trusts that
An unremitting Prom to ploose, will secure to him •
portion of the public patronage, reindent as 'call as
penitent. WW DIX,
late of the fag of 'Dix Fogg
Lleluniore. Apra In, 1617. thylettflos
LLEUItANY El, SOO hlarket st, ehtla
adelphia—Tbe subscrilwe (late or thc Washnlgtan
Hotel, Ilarstsburgh, Pa 1 takes this inethwi or th •
forming his old from& and the public senerally, that he
has taken the above named 110 TEL the Haase le
and ha d
c.nlottable.and has bran cite.tvely . sltered and
Improved, and the propn.or hopes by a stnet attention
Ouwoess, and a proper eats for the comfort of Ins
.sta. mcrlt nod recemr a theca( public patronage
the lion s< is snuated very copvcalent Tor the Travel
ing Put.l,,l.erna only two doors above the llorrithurg
and l'austhagh Dtpol, and omit. two month, walk of
the Ilslornore and feuding Depoes tl rAuLiNii at
tached to 11. e prentswa. Terms, St prr day.
E P IlrGllMPropretor
.•Alleghenv Haase, rhrra. August 2., I C.l7.sptSl3m
JONES , HOTIGIN,
IM ertmaer mat. Prlil..ll.lllA. •
TIIE Subsenhers, under the firm of Bill:4w a Watt
hove purchased Mr.Jones'mtcrest rn thla establish
ment, and hope by thC twigless attention to the wants
and consforri of Weir guestS, to reverte dita ntinunnee of
the liberal putfimage heretofore by it. former
P 4 P liern . se ha. been thorOugh4 renovated, and xsP.l* .
edr we therefore reel assured are can welcome our
friends and the public io accommodations equal to any
at the city of Phitadolptua. N W BKILILIES,
yyrhf . _ 1;! ) .
lackw . au, •
Mal., and Math nts, Ctnolnantit
estabillnMentlo rtow the beat order for the
r l r receptiono( the Teaseling Pdhl.c. liacmg under
gonei thorough repute, dUrLoc the past wrmer, and
haerng the most experienced' men LIA the welt, in the
canoe. , deparunents, 1 dotter myself that all will be
pleased - who call. The location isteential,commodrous
and pleariant. Fart Jl per day.
etnr:nhati,lllarelrWrlM7. W F. MARII
N. B.—Although not ex a ctly a neer Broom, it is the
motor—a new Whtst on the old handle. apdif
AIADYNOAN 11 T L
7HE promelorof this long ectahtlehed house. reepect.
fully offers has sec a,ces to the eitmans rttlahallth•
and wail exeet !Cowell In made? comfortable all who
tome favor bon arab their company.
Thla pchat eeleeb h. long been a lavortue one tatth
the Pf171..T1 De.lers of Pateborelh will, the coming
Hama. prevent a larger field (Of Maw operatic. than
he etotore,. the coterie:lon of the Hail 'Load to
Inalanatto! et, Jo males further into the hog rmaingremon.
• mtgeallin O D FITZHUGH. Proprietor
TIGLOCKGOKTON'S GALT IGOVAE,
1.012181011 e, Ky.
A BIS T II ROC KM OAT OAI bevelo acquanat hoe.
.11. mends that he is &Sato lesnee of the 6 A LT
11017 SE, lAutaville, Ky...where he hopes to caret all
Ini old (neon.. amoring them soil the pabltc, that no
effort oho!' Le .pared to make all comfortable.who favor ,
ban mat Men . patronage. tanlldly ii
1411K - UMAIIIII Town' PASTE
the Toth. art known for cleaning and winteniva
a ' tr i :
thethetang the touts, sw• t ningthe
breath. do,: It should he aimd every inght ' :e: . th sfid
brush. and the teeth and ,oath witlauly require a shah
washing in the morning. Wet the brush with wont
water. or cold will answer. and rub it a fewonws oo
the pane, when enough will adhere for conning the
froth. It 'carer. debt.. taste in .the moth, and Irti
pane. most de:iglu fel fragvance a lathe breath. Jtstands
unriveird as a pleasant. egicacianot. rot,erniesit. and
vare diair:Gee It to warranted not to otthre the teeth,
By using it regularly, it will remove the tartar and
prevent its acetimalatiou--prevent the toothache
stretirhen the gums, and prevent all &messes en won
Chemons, physicians. and the clergy recommend It •
decidedly Furor:or to every thing of the kind to use.—
Ask for Ithennan's Compound (kris Tooth Pasty, void
observe Ins signature II attached to each pot. •
Recommended by Dr Goths, 3,1 Broadway:one of
our best Dentin., and bye oo of the old ertabliahril
ones in the United States, and e a teneively used
by the Nobility of England and en Per' ea
A large peororbon of the disease. I lottadliet mankind
(rota some derangement of the s tosnachoehownth,
which a timely toe of the Calla Ile Lozenges would
entirely Persons of habits should al
-1 ways have • box at band, and take a dove whenever
they feel the least derangement in their health. Aja4i•
1 cons toe of these I.oxestge• world prevent thousand,
For rodeo: Whl. JACKSON'S, corner of Wood and
1../hertv as deeKt
L -- • -
*DIES Who lbw Common Prepared Chalk, are
often not aware how Ingtofelly Inornoira I
the skin! how coarse, how rough, how sallow, yellow,
and unhealthy the akin appea eller aunty prepardd
chalk! Ikeider, it it iniarsons, rs
containing • In t ge quart
toy of lead. have ppared a Issnicilul vegetable
article, which we call re
W IIITE! It le perlectry innocent, being purified of all
deleterwo•quarities, and trepans TO the akin • natu
ral. healthy, alannaler, clear, hams white, at the alma
me ergog ns a coaarchc on the akin, snaking Orion
pr James Anderson, Practiell Chem,al of Massa.
ray, - A ft er anilysting Jones's Spanish Lin?
I find it poswilace the moat liancittral and nets..
eat, at then aint tone Innocent whkte I !Tr( saw.
in careq n conwtent um hcan tl ul fylnregy acad its an to all
ew skuires ."contn
Frto ri tt r l ° l7; '' ‘Z' n.. .4 l l.7•l9oN, at Ma Boot 101 l Shoe
to 9 tdberty turet, bead a Wood, m the sign of
he Ilte Iloot. • Art
Ladles. lodic., ottonkhed,
When you know that you arwpranored
A natural, lifoiltko, motor white,
That you real Null ore common chalk,
And look a deathly yellow (right,
Tho theme of laughter ond of talk.
If you would• box of JONY'S Lilly-white. it
Would pro Your oki urn n
an atabartor yet natural white.
nod at the same now clear and implore it.. Sold at
JACKSON'S. tit Litierty AL race V. rents per
CiONSUIRPTION AILRICSTED—To those'
afflicted with DI 000000 of the Lapse.
—This Is to eartify to those lathered \ with the first pre.
monoory amputee of Consumption, that I have been
laboring for several years with a bronchi, merinos of
the throat and hoarseness. I used many Melile.:ll..b4t
Rand no relief In any preparation of medicine, notil'l
made use of DR. DUNCAN'S EXPECTORANT
REMEDY. I Wee been eying this valuable tnedione
for seirend years, and always find it to relics.. when
aver I Filete use of it. My occupation as an Auction.
eee, which keeps me almost othenuttly engaged, causes
niy devour, at times, to become very alarming, when
nonce procure this medicine. I therefore take plea.
ante in making this public statement, thaiothera &Reel
ed with a disease of rho lungs and expectorate organs
may know the virtues of this 'lit. healing remedy,"
and may be eared. I have recosennended Dr. Dunces*.
Expectorant Remedy to many of ray friends, some al
whom veer their heel 14 thin medicine.
Soinerset,Olso,Ochlll, 1143. JAMES lIEWIr
The proprietor of the above medicine smith, also
ever to the undersigned person., who scads t o p er ry
county, on whom any poson may call upon and he
convinced that there are airtue. tumid 41 the above
thedicine that cannot be excelled
David Culbertson, Somerslll; Dr. 11. Stony, lo; Fruit
'Xis Dubber, Jackals,. tp, Me, Latimer, de; lico. Polbert,
tialthek tp; Jeered D”isen, Hopewell tp
DR. DUNCAN'S WESTERN OFFICE, 150 Syr:
more at reel, C4lOlllllllll, Ohio.
Sold In Plttitlintgh by WM. JACKSON, 65 Liberty
bead or Weal meet. • apflialkarT
Pwasnestutt, May 17,147. ,
LAST Saturday I gave • teaspoon Ind of U. A. Fah.
:caeca s Co'. 1r enniftwe b my little girl,who I.
between lour awl fwe years old, and during the day the
passed 103.1argo worms, averaging more Ilion foot in
eing Its effects on Ohio child, I then gave a tea:spoon
full to her younger sister„who was app:study well, and
elm passed 117 wonos of espial sire.
WatchnlaiOr, Smahfield direct
Prepad and eald by II A FAIINESTUCK CO,
I. ra o nrul swami. and rood and ra ,n.ins
YOU PUSILLANIMOUS SCOUNDREL! ,
WWEE mean'... Cart kqual year.? Look al yoat
hir your...rile, with. her bright sunny feed Look;
at your own, pitted with clarion. and blotches! Yet
you am too mean
fifty cent. Mr a cake of the
great Italian Chentical which would entirely free
you from them, and make your yellow kkin clear and
healthy. Go 'donee toJaekson's Store, at Liberty at.
Pittsburgh, and get a cake:
N U .I.elmon ia Me only place in Pittsburgh where
the GENUINE is to lie rimmed. Beware of Count..
10-OIISERVII the Dig Boot stands in Dim doorway
.1.1 GIIN BIAGIO ACILASIVIL 150API=For tame.
"'in% liTiasa spats, Swinton /Mirka Nisi Clothes,
w o onens,Carpeta, atid renderiag the *paw
where it ia applied clear, bright, new, and epodes"...
Sold with tall direction.. Thee Ze eats a cake.
Rraod, at hi. Boot 4 Ll,Wrok!, " .rifiT.7.2lll:
OF VANILLA, PURE CONCENTRATFX—
tr tllle n tr v ezar t na ll tezro e r . iraca antlio.
:woe, chocolate, and all klado oefanoy cookery, for
. JOUN D MORGAN
RELIANCE PORTABLE BOAT LINE.
W 1847 .
SPORTING ItA l lOrP
TWEEN PITTSBURGH AND THE EASTEIIPi
rllllk improved method of Larr)ong used by Ms long
I Estab!shed Line. is now tom. thou de. I
Seription tor unneeesmty. Goods are not tomehed on thr
mote s thus all transhipment or extra to.dhag is saved.
The Boats arc of light draught and perform their trips
in from six to seven amyl!.
The capacity of ohs War oasesenables us toore
any consognments made to.. Fleeesving, storing,
siftsexices (moo( charges.
Being fully prepared to make sales of Pro-lure. we
respeeVully Veit ennsignments no westem Flour,
Llama, Losithllatiet, Cheese. Wool.Feattoers, and other
articles for sale, on which !corral advances will be
made and other asual sCorolood, pledging our
selves that .y business mtoramed to us s n a il I„. ss
promptly Cjeriltvi and unun as farel.ll. a. by any
other house. JNO Mr FADDEN& Co
• Canal Basin, Ponslourch
JASP DAVIS ts, Cu
mehld - WO and 451 Market et. Philada
PITTSBUROII PORTABLE B. LINE.
NINO 1847. tom_
I r PiLe
vo , z „ A .mmr,,ittleee. ( avoid n o g Uonshipmemns r an
the way, mad Me consequent risk or dozy, damage,
breakage and scparanon of goods. •
• No Ve Market Philadelphia
Oar Penn and Way. so. ?atilt:cash
O'CONNOR .k Co, North stmeL Baltimore A
W& J T TAPSCOTT, 75 South st. PT Y. I
Encouraged by increased buioness the Proproetors
have added to their muck and extended their arrange.
men. during the winter. and are now prepared to tor
ward frelgut will regularity and dispatch ...ass.
by any odor lone. Their long ripmience as caetoomo
the palpable superinrlty of the Portable Boat System,
and the great capacity and COnVellicnee of the smre
houses at each end oo the line. are pro,mliatly
ted to enable the proprocans to fulfil them engagements
and .C.Mll.lote thin, customers-4-mnd°nd yoffermg
he past . a guaranty for the moan they respectfully
solimt a c00n...c0l Mat patronage which Mey now
All consignments toO'Connor will be reed
sidingwarded. Steamboat rhacte• Paid and Bal. 01
Lading transmitted free of .y charge for Coma...,
advancing or storage. Having no interest directly or
on steamhoats. the
of the eunsoenors
must necessarily be their primary °er, nu sompong
west, a. they pies!. moos to for d all goods
consigned to them promptly and on the most advanta
geous ter. tothe owners.
March 1.1E47 .
illaani 184 i• 7... - ,..;7.4,:z. : _461 ;
PENNSYLVANIA CANAL zr. RAILROAD
EXPRESS FAST PACKET
PITTSBURG!! To PIIILADA. •ND BALTIMORE.
Er loOttly Jo• Amooks...
T 111•1 public arerespectfully Into rmeu mat tam Lm
wall commence mom ng on or about Me lOW twitrust
hnal continue throughout Um season. rue prourteto
ave now plairal a supenor clam. of Packets alto nail
mud Cars on the mute, with extra 1.4,1,1IIMMIUS011.•
which will give granter CO/16 , 11 to travettaan
A Pocket Boat will always be in pool, anti am tray
cling public are requested to cell anal examme them
••• • •
One of the Packer+ mll leave th- Introugg,toppo, •
We tinged States ronter Penn soy..t aoa th.
Carat!. cvcry night at 9 o'clock
TIME 3i LA V.
For information apply at lb: othcc., soirltnol ,
!louse. Water tome!. or to ortern &
otehl3 or Penn lan ct Imo canal
TO TIII PUBLIC.
fI , IIE Monaco% Pointate !noes
volved, the Company ovate weal alto article, or Co.
parthenthtp nudes the norm of the -Iloathaen'a Lure;"
and hkewtre agreed to refit the _rock Co at to have a
number of Boat• for the purr... of carry tag good..
from six to etht days. with certainty—wed
feel eneouraged th e It't g etnltt! of Jail year's patron
age. , one more enten.lve arompeitteuht for the c.
111.11, y •r.
We told 'therefore re•peetfully eolte.t contra
amen our fortneepatrocnsanth rotor all new ruelornere
'to the • wo hove done Lantana un.
For the van 9. tatJuil of
re DO or llKoctionroor, t 0 AND F , F: 0 0:1
P ' c ' K ' t "gh.
No 30 Merkel we., Plutodolpho.
ELDER, GELSTUN „4„ Co, Are nt.,
F - 11ARtal—Jas.McCully, G, Moo on &Co
W M olly Pc Co, A A Sompaon & Co. MAlleo 1 Co.
PIIILA DEL rill A —Mo rt.., Panel km Co. /try nods
McFarland A. Co, Floonna A Rarity, Nter Wnel.l
Son, 1 Thaptiorn,Josopl , ttrati
NEW YORK—linednuo A Co. Theo. Perry A Co.
110siTON—Recd. llorJ A Co.
CINCINNATI—Adomot. Crnantt, AV W ileartosr
. FI,EAaANT. VA—F A Mett,lnor
NASIIVII.L.E—F Fla:tong. •
Mervlkuld,r from Now York :Ind Itowton,
tonsta - ord to A I. fierbon te Yn..adcipina. w.ll
promptly forwarded /yrs nl convo:r..tio,
I lINDEPNNDIENT POILTABLE
I * ,` 47. a2L-cia
li ggPP l Nspoin•vrt.o: ot. PRODUCE
AND AIEACIIANDISE TO AND FRONI
11U BUIL FIALA DELPIII A AND I3ALTIMORE.
rkt allow Tr In.nlyricnt..l:ll
GOodl,enivined moor earn 11. i ne thrwardcd eroo/0.
• out delay .at to
t 00,00 Ill• Lodroa
transmatcal. and all ,ortromont promptly anendrd 10,
nor (mon any extra eltaroro .o.raa- or otoonn•tion.
Addrara,orapply to A UralL'ITV ACo '
Hi att , a very terve and eau..alma. arArebnuse,
we are prepared ter revel, (dr add.uon Itetott tot
ahtpetreatr a large 1111140 1 4 of Produce. A. 4.0 Sa.raer at
luta rate. Draaral C .1 AIeANULT'i &Ca
PICLCWORTII dr; CO'S LINE.
miama s ittaiMl
CLUNIVII.I' for the tran.lnna:.on of ; hAn
II at. r l'c'tt.r. hat in
One Iloat att. le ta ave we warei.aore oft: A !tie A nutty
k Co.. l'atslanga. carry ieacept Saadny-.) add
stapperaeart alway•)rpeol Oh na vital thesr for
a-m.lrd without dela) .101 fat
r , rate.
rats hint was 10911 , 01 1
for the peetal nevotanaalattnn
of tire way bustavas, and the propnetors rc.pectfully
.oltra a Wand share of patrottase.
PICKWRTH ORN 0111.1.08
DAN'L H BARNES WOODS
JOHN !KILLER. Itollidayetrargh
K H CANAN, Johnstown Arvats
C ANIcANI'LTV &Co.'ettlatiorgh
J 3 McDevitt. John rather, Bairn Moore, [Henley
& :Snot& Pttleburith.
- LAKE Ea AND MICHIGAN LINE.
ra t a l t7 Ut ' c ' 7l:glT, g ro " „ m n r l7lg - d
tla a t r i ly '' l/: n tatTt '' tlaq r'l r
and Beaver. and fretght •nd pa...eager Canal Doll,
nrlf.Xl7L.7 ,l,`,` f
on the t.ales, will he prepared upon Nn earltrat open.
ti t g of Navigation to cult) Froothl and 'Pa.Conetu to
all itosaluon the Mom Canal and Lakes
litaving morn foe ,:rly Ivrconuertou trelgid and paa
.I.llgert with ptomptneys and dlefltch. the rot - me:or
and agents reapeetfully sends nos elne:r . friendx and
he nubile generally their patronage.
C Si HEED, Ele:Prop:trio,
REEUttU, PARKS C 4, Seaver. Ante
JUIiN A CA Vial EV, rtnab'all .to
Co, 9milb4elJ and Watir 51S. oppostid the Mamma a
Wheeler, Crocter A CO. Near York
Gm Davie, Itudato
6 .. }1
N. Parks A Co, Cle•rtzt.
Argnmorm ,k. Co, Lk ma
McClure & Witham., hill mho
&Irmo. &Pone, Chmaan
Wm Powers, l'oarretmen.Ferme
Geo Slaehrlmme. Fenno...rata Pena
John Ale Arthur, I lunts.own, ' do
Wink A Atter. Uremmlle, do
Collie A Frampton. Clarksville, do
Hays & Numb, atotrostt.gh, Ca.
W C Nolan, :Munn, do
N %I:Sap:lngham. Nr, Castle, do . m
PITTSBURGH & CLEVPLAND LINE.
• II Clarke. 11. Hoops. . T. a elnaond tc Co.
CLARKE & CO.,
itorwarding & Commission Merchants,
IHEAgent.andProprietors of MI
pr Line (so fa
ably known m the public), will he epared e
earliest opening of canal navigation to rreetve prop
ewy at Prushargh and peeve... and deliver Me some: at
a m% 103 ltll4ll, th with ° l7gTat:i:if d , , l l ,7l°.. " . l ,i " Tr l L ' . `
unable rate. . . .
• • •
This proprietor e of this line &elicit the linsine” M
their fanner costoiners with confidence, knowing that
their facilities nit second to none.
Apply to or address
O M MARTON. Act. Pittsburgh.
• CLARKE A. Co, Ile/neer.
WY' T ILIC10101 , 11) & Co C "eland.
WESTAIIRDI TRAIfBPORTATIUIt guo.
INSAR E, I . B O . : I 7'
OLD F 4 3IABLItiIIED TH I A I NtIVRTATIUN LINE,
1.111LADF.LPIIIA,BAI.TIA1011): A NI/NBA' YORK.
TBIE sleek of this line rort•llt. of a double daily
Line of Room and eon, toward by
which arc in good order. The I.th-ocher, ogre come.
red to forwent a large qattotity of hletchendim ea./
Produce with certainty and timing tem
• Produce or klerchandme consigned in enrol the on
deraigneMie forwanled tree of any charge (or counnis.
lion or storage.
Laduig transmitted nod all //1.1.110113 promptly
The basinc” nf this Line is conducted Yin strictly
Sabbnth.keeping principles. Address, or imply to
1) LEBell /nem Propel...pi.
Count Basin. l'itiskurgh
HARRIS tr. LEEell, Proprietor,
Noll South Third /Mord. Philadelphie
JOY. TAYLOR & SONS Agents,
No 114 North Bowen! street, Baltimore
Wl.l WILSON, Agent,
No 7 Well strert.New York
11119AVAIll% WARALIDN R OLEVICLA.triI
LIN — E OF CANAL YACKIIN AND STAinit+.
CANAL YALtht.i.: TELEti APII A SW ALLOW
LHAVE Deaver daily cm d o'clork,r.lll.. En,
arrival of the gteraulmat BEAVER Nora l'iniburgh,
and arrive attiVarran natal:turning ill .e : it for the
Stage% which reach Cleveland-before night.
anti be recennedthraugh,stru 11/1g berths
an the Packets, and .eats in the Stage, on application
on board %marabout Denver, Llaavnig FtrathataL . ii
o'clock, a. Me)... the agents:
N BARTON & Co, Pitietourgti
• CLA HEW& Co, Beaver
JESSE DkLDWIN, Voutspionin
apls . At II TAYLOR, Warren
r.Spress to PhlladelFbla.
It: Canal being now Or., 06
hovo Far.reos which hoe been es.
.ffgjkOrtreyance of voloal.lo package' , of
morehandoe specie, bank nowt, jewelry, tri,
sneneed , rozolkg onaltersday, March 19.
An labs Cum will thepatehed,leify until the close
• Abe enalingeeidon.
inta inr -/ tior I) LEECH & Cci
PiaA a and Cabil
REGULAR BIORNINIO .PACIK_ILT FOR'
n. w . and ndendid.e.ainer
Capt.unarles lioopi,; cnnutences her
regalai naps this day; leaving Pine
burgh at 9 (Meek,. x.. and Cleaver it N.,
web P.dhargh Lid Clevntand.Line of ('ad
an. Duals daily to Cleveland. O.; Beaver, Warted and'
Cleveland Lion of Canal Par kr...A:Rage Ceakh,,;
dally to Warren and Overland: Canal Paeter L.A. to
Neve Cascle and Carenvvlle. Pa.; Erie Faisension. Line
In Meadville and Fate. Nell. ldoore,Cc Linea of
einge P.oarbes for Clevelmd and W(.11,61, kap , : Bea
daily on the .rfirai of atearnboat Bearer 'front
. ..burgh. .apply to •
C0 c0,.P.P.1 f arab
c-a , t,ref
WI TIM PCIrSBYLVLNIA AND 0 7 11.0CAt511.3,
BETWEEN pirrsnußl , ll AND 'CLEVELAND.
F. N PA RKS & Co, ClevelnitiLlt •
PARKS, Beaver, Pd. PrefirielOrs.
T ATil ER. Pio glottal, Pa. • '
THE alio,: Laois now fatty prorated to transport
'Freight and Passenger! from Pittsburgh and Cleve
land, to any point on dir Penney & Oslo and Ohio
The facilit of said Line are not equalled,by arly.on.
said Canals, a numbers and capacity of Boats, egfiei
nc, of Cupnims, and promptsioss o( AVMs,
Une IMat leaves Pittsburgh arid Clowelnaldaily, run
ning in connection with the Steamers.
Michigan and Lake Erie, betWeer , Pittabut h and
Beaver and a Line first class Steamboat/, wire
less. Brigs and Schooners, on Lakes Erie, Itition,4ll
- and Ontario ' , ;••
Property forwatded in on part of the Union with
despatch. E N PARKS & Co, Cleveland.; Ants
REED, PARKS & Co, Beaver: Agra
w 2.1 Cor Water and Smithfield streak'
virjkl4l . B6.
TO OLFX/CLAND Vs»
THROUGH IN SlClrouns. : •
PACKET Bents Swallow and Tdlegreph leave Bea
ver daily. at 3 o'clock I , at, after the arrival of the
morning Boat from Pittaborgh. and arrive at Warren io
time for the Mail Line of Butes, which leave Intioedl
ately thereafter. Sad arrive at Cledreland aiNdekick,r.
te. , . • •
This mute is the most expeditiods and comfortable
one to the Lakes.
iCOTb A. LEFFINI - WELL. Warren, i'Mpr's
REED . ,
PARKS & eo, Ikaver,Agints _
JOHN A CA UOILEY, cornet Water and Smithfield sts,
aprity Opposite the Illonoogalmia House. Pittstorrab
PITTSOURGII AND GREENVILLE
PACKET AND FREIGHT 1..1NE.
II IS I,lm cow.. g r of freight and pusIIGII ger Pack
ets, will run regularly during the arch belenvn
Braver and Greenville, Pu., by which freight and yea.
sengers between theme ooints, wilt he gamed promptly
and at the !divest riu:s.
WICK ARC/IF.R.Greenviße, Agta
CRAIG FRAMPTON, Clarltsvilia, do;
AIcPARL AND ts KING, Dig Rand, do;
JUAN'S , re. PI.UAID. Sharpcburgh, ' do;
W C AIALAN. Shawn, do;
WM. MATIIEWS,PnIasah ' d
REIM, PARKS A Co, Deaver. do'
JOHN A CAI/GREY, corner Water and Soutbfirlda ' ts,
applyr' vire the Monongahela Demi, Pittsburgh
CiTIZENO PORTABLE. BOAT LINE.
POR TIM TRANSPORTATION Or
ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE TO AND FROM
Philadelphia, Baltlazoro, Bow York
THE eneouragement this line has received since
its commencement, has induced the proprie
tors to increase the stock by adding a number of fir
elate boats; and instead of giving receipts as hereto
fore as agents, we will give our own receipts for
freight slopped by this line..
The boats are all portable, consequently freight
's taken the whole distance without transhipment,
reby preventing damage from frequent bundling
ono route, and at each boat is owned by the
Captain who runs them, which is a sufficient gnat
that there will ha nn delay on the route.
All Produce or Merchandise consigned to the
undersigned will be forwarded FREE OF COM
MISSION . for advancing and forwarding, and will
be shipped without delay at tho lowest rates of
We respectfully solicit a share of public patrO
nage. WALLINGFORD Ce Co.,
Canal Basin, Pittsburgh
CRAIG, HELLAS & Co., Agt.
Broad Street, Philadelphia.
F MILLER, Agsnt
Bowlers Wharf, Baltimore.
Pittsburgh, Feb. 111. I
1846 AND 1.,47
TO THE EAST BY MONONGIDELA ROUTE,
VIA BROW NSVILLiE & CUSIBERLAND. •
slisllE tutdertugneti are now_ prepared ip forward prde
.I. dime, hr., to the Eastern Mutely daring the ens.
iog Winter, on the roost favorable term., by IIPs ripe-
Jamie , route
. All ptintrrly eonrurned taus will be forwarded at the
low., rate• runt wuh d,
Llvrchundire ovrented by the, route promptly for
warded. J C 111DWELLd'Art , Pittsburgh.
II IV CASE , . Unnonaville,
noutr E EGERTON & Co, Combed - land
1846 .AND :' ' 1847.
. izi .
TO TIIE EAST BY BALTIMORE AND
TRE rattrerthent unit receipt finale dellveri. of Civi
doer to liattimore by rho Monongahela glaeltsrater
at itto *Plowing p nem—
Arlie., Itscon, Butter, Lead, Lard,!ork, Tallow',
Whiskey eonid (, l ace—`7l eta p r Itat lbs.
T D 2J3 C ,,1T..,p, Flad and Wheat—Wf ts per lOU lbs.
Arbor: (Pot) Apple., Cheese, Flax-Se d, Glass, and
Leather-10d ets per 100 Um
0nt0...? k I us. Seed a, Wool-11.0 et r per DO lbs.
Itewiwa e. Frrrhe, , , Furs, Ginseng, a d :Mule-Root
j—I•M eta per Ram,
An imtprriy rontrened to roller Of be undersigned
will be forwonled ...Mout delay, free of Commission,
a; above rates. W II GLARE, Brownsville.
no vt , d . tf
CIIENCAIs WBIITIN O
H FLUID —ln rolic.ting the „patronage of the public
for O. truck, it it bat right and ?roper that Va merits.
shah the claim far support is bmatl should be fully and fair
ly set forth .4 also tome guarantees be - siren that the emalt,
=unity aril, not be tenons. op= by al inrit.
In the first place it it well know* that the generality of
black "Inks" are composed or • pr,,ipkate, bald together
by gum Arsbic,.4 when the water, either is whole or poet
ts evaporated the pun and precipitate are kft as • misty mass
in the pen or tokst.d erbich contains it. It is also common
to sold vinegar to the Ink nature .to make it mcce.,flarid,
14 loch iocrraies the tra by ac t ing on the pint; if • steel one,
romaling it through in everyshort time Nose Wr
itten Fluid' , differs from thew mittures in ineri respect, at
it is &chemical saiut.on requiring no viscid tattler to hold it
together, the re Gov .11 never get thick, and belt% any fluid
a large quantity
thin, Gam the pen laws given apace penetra
ting deeper iota the fibre of the paper making • taunt perma
nent Osmond one less easily movedby - attrition than if ti was
only plastered on the surface. It also contaitis n ot that
bas on amity foe memlic ilserefoce will not corrode
steel pent—it will not mo.l, mol although' it lento of a
bluish green color yet in a few hours it batman • dry black
*heti endure for ages. It is saarr.ted tapering. to the
ion ct ova
know. by the name of Ad
.4 one-third more given for the tame price. As
• guatantee spied punt. of Lad being attempted
the fallowing recommendattoi sollke, as WI marl be
aware, that the .ines there gins could tint lass ban oh •
li.ottl by toy mum for an.wonhy peep..
R < recommend '• Ilibbert.'sChmktical Writ]lng Muhl" to
the patronage of the public, so • first ram arucleua all res
ects. at Clout, free from the pen without cloning. it up and
tu the worm of • fear hoots becomes • lien , bright black.
It • Stlnpkak fk Co, Wick stud Mel... Lieu •
Robert Noon . John raker,
8 R•gew.n 4. Co.
C A MeAvulty Clo
forß W Wallace, '
luoiato 11.311!ng Mills, Aug .% . 18.47.
Mr Thee K Ilibbert—Dear St, I Faye Irmo amog your
Chemical Writing Fluid, and find it. • lint rate WWI! fce
he oce, it flows freely from tir pen and bet Otlnt•jel black
in a few houn. l'uom ke. •
T u TUTTLE% Booli.keeper
for Bimella k Semple.
Mr T K Hottert
your %V riting Fluid, some three necks ago, I consoler it ,ul.
ly rryi,nl if sot kopertor to Arnold's of any othor ink now go
use I know of . liesprofful 7 y,
IT ILLIAM 'STEWART, lk.ok-krrper
tar Arthur Nicholson } Co
Pittsburgh, Sept 11,1 , 4 7 .
Mr T F Hibbert—Dear Sid 1 tan cismg your Chemical
IV eking I had, and find it to be a modt creel cut ardek ,for
"Mel pc, no Adam cicadae them up like die generality' of
other mks; a Sows free and boronta a deep Mark ia a. few
how., Tmanb licapoetfolly.
WILLIAM CARR, Baok.keeper
for John Parlec.
Prepared and mid \Thalamic and Retail by Thomas IC
Halbert, Druggist and Dania; roam ., of Lam., and
Smithfield Streets, Patsbargh, Pa. o:tdand
DR. INGOCDSBY'S Piles Specific, an internalatent
• certain end radical cure, whether Internal, etterna
bleeding or blind, abo, for inittrient of the kidneys and blad—
der, paws in the back and side, habitual eoetbenese, crop;
Veinales before and after confinement are often troubled
with constipation of the bowie or minim:leo, ea well as the
pdrs. to dl tech caws the Specific can be Laken with per
feet mfete, and ie • ernain remedy. The Specific is nob%
end ban entirely rcble remedy, enthoul •per
tick agenda:we, eokwynee or •Ww--pleatant to takeand
fenly bantam 111 the most delk-ate.easet.
nisi, to certify that I know Dr. Ingoldoky'e
In ben certain cure and safe m.-oy. Haring unts its stem.
in wecoral unceart Cemily cola:mi., severelmm
!hard and metre came af the where it made an mai
MIT in every case.. WHITIF.IIE4D.
New . York, May, 1841 .16.1 Ninth street,
I cheerfully give toy testimony a. to the certain and„.ton
ishing effects of D. Ingoklibre Rtestireite, as I kmrse i
from my own merman and .obsenntwin, to be infallible
haring emit used with incene in several noel of tiles, mad
and female. GEO, hli ER,
fine York, May, Inc. . I, lflatk.'slre
LADIES , CERTIFICATES
Mr. Deals—Dear Bin—l bore the pleasure to say, that
your medicine, Dr. I neahl,to 's hies tipecifie„has made • per_
feelcure la the cur of 09 sister, and I nuorgne you my word
Nat 1 hare been surprised at it, aC it was iu my lapin. alai.
oure her. Rummer, I custom tesitiy to the mil
• being inGalkble, mid Jo adeiw all others who are arl
Acted in the Idle manner, io.pracura the article, as On may
depend au a certain cure
Yours with respire.
West Dlscoer,.N. V., May 15;18.1.5.
Dr. Ingulasby—Drar Sir —That you may benefit others
who my be oulfreitio,, at well as la eopee espgr u th,„l„ f or
the benefit) hare dented hum the use at your !valuable tiro
cifte, I comply snit] par request, and now chi Ore my testi
many iu uour aril, haring been cured of) snore attack .1
the riles eller hawing used other remedies without stomas.
Vann with rupees.
Sold wholesale and retail by WAI. JACIMON, at his Pat
rol Medicine Warehouse, and Both ad Shoe Starr,' No. to
Liberty strati, bead a Wood, riusburgh. Brice, 50 relate
TI:AIttINTS USE: SRLIAIRIO V FittillFlldiTlT
f POPULAR EVERYWHERE:
Ginotainuar., VA July 25,19/7.
M. B. F.prohim—Dcar purehmed of you two
battles of M Vanning, and made use of one tat
tle to two of
chddreni which brought from one 160
'corps, and from the.othet la& I recommend it to the
eonalnuniVls one of the best ;medic. I have ever tree°
or mod for the remand of worms. • •
Yount, reepoeifsilly, , -
Mann0x, , 19...
Prepared arnbaold by R.'S. SELLER.% 37 WPM ~ 1
between 3nl and 41th ins. Sold by Dr. Cas..alTth Word;
D. M - . parn . , Allegheny ply,
MEDICATED LOZENGES, AND Mon mAN,3
SEIRII.SII‘IS ha! Jiactorratt a way ta earsk, iae
w• 11 cr, ter
wee t...,l.i.jaesinatin Is sas.aad each tan ui
*vs, a P, ut Tooth nada uu lhr Sack of tacik Plat e r, aaJ
Bill of Itai4ectaJors.
8111:111,11bitt , COUCH LOZENGES. j
"nese Loots. ate the safest, most sore and eSertuat pia
edycoughs, veilhaws. h
s, comusuptmosoetc,sosiptug thog, eth,
tigfituna of the cew, h
etc. the K ns orot.
her ms re known au mama- where they did not gat petted.
Lossiartion. Selma thousand boxes hare heat sold main
the last )thr, restoring to health persons in ihno.d may stsp
uf consumptvahand those laboring under the owistdisuma t o g •
entas and coughs. They do not cheek and dry op Sit cough,
but reader i tray, promote espietorattno,aliay the tickling or
Ttation, sod amuse the prelim:tam or-caching thaw.
hey are, made froSI • emobinatiou of a most ialeable mote
to or, rough medicines, and an uridoubtedly tope riot rte
etc nitric in use tbr those complana . U. Hundreds upon boo •
dads 01.th:tours hoe been offered °Mar woodeaul sir.
anm, from those echo have bap weed from thtimei.. rave s
restored to parka health by min; dem. '
'Mere there., much pain to the breast or side,the of Sher '"
min t s Poor Nth'. Plasters. Weir only 12; math) should be
il ,al user the part, and worn till reined. If :,Iteuded
montane., a few culaitie or Waite keen, ur au
mild cathartic month., should be used as occasith o
SHERMAN'S MORN 10ZENGES
These worm lamp; hate hero tot Hi mute Nan 1,400 •
000 cares to be inallible; the adj . a mbe swam as., Mg
wdines erer glimmered. Many disease, arias fano wort.
d occasion long am/ intense wafering, and tree death, with
out their ma being suspected: grown paean the fiery ode.
afflicted ,nth them, and are doctored foe various miniplaiuts
winsoutaoy bethig whth one dose of mw Loeugm would
speedily cure them.
Symptoms,/ Worms.—Pains in the joints or bathe, °din
breath,fmking at the nose, grinding of thelidls daring
*slorp,thil ta times eyeteeth about the liAmth gushed cheeth •
bleeding at the uose, &gnawing wows. al the slaw!, flash
es of heat over the suraceot the Lily, slight chills or ohm
things, bthdische, denounces, vertigo,torpor, disturbed
dream, sudden muting to amp, with fright thd screaming
sonetimee a tanabloome cough ' fearishoms, palls.,
hue, fits, bad taste in the month, difficult breathing, Iwo in
the stomach or bowels, an:ye, manses, .4r,mi.hoca., con)
<ions appetite, loathe., bloated etommh or limbh,grimogs.
thooling . pains to various parts of the body, n Woe of some
thing ruing Oa themroat, itching of the thus tars& night, a
frequent desire to pus sithenong from the bowels, awls otoe
et... discharges °retinae and moths.
SHEII.3IAN'S CAMPHOR LOZENGES: •
'They, give immediate relief in mesons or sick law:Whin
palpitatim of the hear, lowness of the-.pints, despondency
tridanthatory a path, sore throat, bowel or mama cons!
phial, faulting, opprenion or a seam of sinking of the chest
chola, sputa, cramp of the domech or bon els,lbysterical
affectionsond all laths dismays, Joanna.. tlithugh
day, end wultefoln through, the night, cbolee th or <hall
era marbly, diarrb Lusitude or • sense of fatigue. Per
mos travelLtog or attending large parties, will bad the Lae.
go really rasing, and isemenag ths buoytheforyouni; owl
atter dissipatiou, they will restore the tale orals symysa fed
malty, and !moth all, the unpleasant othoptoss analog Inata
ton free liven, Persons who have been lon high be .314
abandonedtheo dissipated habits, will Rol these Lsentheadg
I:dyable composers sit the nerves.
SHERMAN'S POOR: MAWS PLASTER.
The best nangthenith plaateriu the world, and•sothreign
remedy hr puns, or weakness in the back, lam, side, neck,
limbs, yonits, rhensualisth lumbago, Re. &v. One tcullion •
year will not supply the dee• They require Blink Warns
tog before applthdthi. W t o sopertorto all cabers, and
for one ,name the usual p making oat only the beat, but
the cheapest plaster tha , rid. It am!, mita in &Lars
I " tni n' ve Li r complaint mad 4 -. thepsia, it should be wora OM/
the regith of the liver or stomach, and it will adoedscal and
tonislung relief might, colds, asthma, diffithlty of
breathing, oppression of the o f or stomach, they will ito
=daddy moth and greedy basalt lb. patient. Persons of
Bid ed r habits, or thine obliged to eland moth, will rethink
decid support from ate of them truly thersthening Flu
ter. Phyotnans gtherally rasthmendphethin preference to
all others, because they slick or adhere Ras and afford great
luftheir °made% they are stikilent s ton:toad
athlyne. nay am composed of thtirely different Leered,
eau from thy other, thd known from the ezperimuce of mil
!loos who ham used them, es well th the thaed of
all thecelebrated and distinguished el ergr and physician., to
he the most useful end highly medicated plaster
Severn persons hare called at the warehouse to esp.
Weir surpnmand tanks, at the almost miraculous cam 1/0
plasters hare edictal.
Directions:for um .son the back of etch yJaster, aith
facsimile of Dr.Shersoth thane. lib Importantyoisidesuld
always esk Orr tilanath's Poor Man't nuts, and me that
sou get the renuine,s, there we thmy worthies imitations
hawked about and sold for the true Sherman , . thwart, by
unprincipled denten. • •
Bold wholesale and rated by W. JACKSON at his Paten
Medal. - Warehouse, No, Et latterly slue., Sign of th
DIG SOOT. • jets le, thly.
lIAVE FOUND IT"—Elgrekt.
ONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED BY usiriir
DUNCAN'S EXPECTORANT REMEDY.
Cincinnati, 0., blares 2d: kW.
Door Sirt—This is to certify to the public, perticulmljth
those afaimed with • disease of the Lunn or Corwumption
that in the Spring of 144 / was oitacked with a severe cold
which eoon became mated upon my lunge, showing all the
o.lthette of ku efluweehiog Coammpthin. My cough was
tight and troublesome, attended with copimmaktlit .was; I
spit op daily a considerthlr "steady of blood, mixed with
hick dark matter. blyaithetion became axiom and alarm
ing. During this time's - ran ot.ded by two of our mint
skilful Plithicions; they did the best Choy could for me, when
at length they gave up all hoPm of my recovery, i nferaptig
me that aothing more coold be done—that my I.gs were b-
tally diseased, and beyorukrentedy. I was dims r.tioaded by •
a friend of naive to make a trial of Dr. rDiristan's•Erperto.
rant I:onvh, which my Physicians persisted against, vying •
that this medicine would do no good, and would still add
more to my Wafering. I told them it was my led and only
Lope s end that if I must. die of the disease, (width won evi
dent to 1.0 there would be nothing lust. So I mot to the
CincinsiatithEce and obtained 5 bottles of this truly Vale
ble kledicine, and cosammited ming amordiog lo the diee
deco, which, Instead of adding to my suffering, inunediately
gave me relief, at mew atTeshog the troubkmnie Coog
easing the lob and ughtnen in my Clitsli gisth6 me a new
life end strength, which soon enabled me to to .bout
This meditine, continued its good work, which it so nobly
toothsened, until I was made amend man. I ham since bin
thenthog to my business, (upwards of 3 years) and feel 6
healthy as I wish. 1 have recommended Dr. Dtinent's Ed
f:e.-elseantlleinedy in twang Witham tothcoesksidarly . alflicted
and it has always proved successful so fth as I have witnemed • •
its effects..-My sister is tang Ch.. medicine at present, for.. .
Dade uid Laker and ma Affection of the taw, width the
hid suffered with for some time; she tine needy rem:wend
by the me of this medicine, end I 110 clmfident the 6 kentles
that I take with me to-day will entirely eure her. I?m sorry
o know that there are thonsonds of valuable perionaveuting
way with this dreadful desire cr.—CONSUMPTION.—
Were it only possible for those to mean Ohio medicine in •
limq before it b. so late, many lives might be prolonged and
their funnies mid relations spin rendered happy, 'This
medicine will gith instant relief:thdat the same tient arms: .
thelord and painful Cough, remote the tight:tea in the Chen
girt strength to the enfeebled end emaciated frame, and in
mon cesei, l i. mo certain, will perlorm a per/mecum
ANDREW J. FELTER.
Montgomery, Hamilton County, Ohio.
N. fl.j.-ThOu she may not be meluaioted with nu I refer
to the untie rogeed, Charm of itlotalgotem, 'laminas mut
ty, 0., they will to my Wee. substantiate the above statements,
. DA. OUPICAfit'S WEST ERN OFFICE, 150 2.youtters
street, whetsthis raleattie Ziledieine as always be eh:ail:al.
Sold in Potsbargh, by IVAI) JACKSON, corner of
Wald end Liberty an. . • ...nytel4.tlke•
I3IPORTANT TO TRH. - Cutnese
flair Cream, a immure. [article for the 'Growth;
Beauty end Restoration of the flair. Thiel:teat, ' when
once known. well arrived, ' all other artisans of the
kind now used. Where the hair In dead, harsh.tbm, tine
healthy or turning grey, a few applications will make
the haw soft nod auk, and gme it a beantifal lively
appearavem and will also make it retain.. liveliness
and healthy color twice at long as all the preparations
which are generally ewe& . Every lady and smullenian
who are at the habit of min ed% on thew hair, should
at once purchase a bottle of the Chlnew flair Cream, an
it is so compuiellhat it walttot Milne the hair tike the
other preparations, bat will betuadyit,ued give perfect
saufac don in every -
For testimony to Ili very superior gualitles,`Fee the
followeag letter from Rev. Mr. Caldwell, to Alessm.
Ilenderehott & Stretch, Nashville, General _Agents foi
the Western States:
Lease from tho Rev. R. Caldwell, pastor of the Pmer
byterean Church, Pulsates
Messrs. Ilenderahou.V. Stretctr—Centlesseg: I n
pleasure in adding my testimony in favor of Lei
lent preparation called Di. Parrish's Chtneec
Cream—tor about two peers ago my hate anis veryd
and disposed to come mat but having procure..
a bottle of the Cream, end used it according to the pre.
septette:ea my hair is now soft, elasne and firm to the
Tend. 'Many_ balsams and oils mere applied each lei•
ving mykSair in a worm state them ' , refine. Tide Cream
howevet, ban met
As an article for the Toiler, my wde given it .preferi
once over eliminate, beingdelicamly perfamtd.avd trot
deepoted to rnacidity. The lathesecapccially win find
the Chinese Cream to hen desideratom tn theeeprepa
. rations for the toilet. Rupectfully,
Pulanki, Jaray.7,1547. R CALIAVF:II;
COMET Of Wood and Fifth ass. ' Bald
SEA/R'S SG R I CAN VEGKTAIRL/F.
RENOVATING PILUS,' •
_"F a r abou t.R. year, ptevlorirjo making meat Mr. • •
near's Renovating Pill/411mm sudered.extrerroly from
Dy !peyote, and an acid Stomach. , r have made nee of
a great variety of meiheine withobt receive , ' material
benefit. About three montlmatnee I commenced wank •
Ur ' se.r " Methdlnei which hEs comely relieved me • • J
from acidity at my stotnacp, and rotated me to comfor- .
table health. Several of my friends and aelPhsktlarlcvs
have made use of the Pill*, and recvihTd much l '"" . A •
(roma em. I caw with confidence recominenil them,' '
JANE A 1.:EK.3t5 Itehten at
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Ss CO, eatner of Ist and Wood, and Wood and 11th
P°NYDER IC D . 11111711ARLI.—tii z 'casct Eat,t
India, lust rectorrdand for rale by
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comer Ist fr. wood tot
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