Pittsburgh morning post. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1843-1846, November 14, 1843, Image 4

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    JAMES HOWARD it CO„ Manstjact f Wall
Agar. No. 13, Wood Street, Pitts barge, Pa.—
Hasa always on hand an extensive asseetnteret of Bath'
Maud and Waist rArER HANGINGS, Velvet and
Imitation Borders, of the latest style and handsome
patters., for papering halls, parlors and chambers.
They manufacture and have •on hand at all times—
Printing, Writing, Letter, W rapping and Tea Taper, Ben -
net and Pullers' Boards--all of which they offer fur sale
nn the most accommodating terms; and to which they
a 'mite the attention of merchants and others.
ALSO—Blank Books of ail kinds and the bestqtrallty,
School Rooks, etc. always on hand and for sale as above
N. B. Bags' nd Tatners' Scraps' taken In exchange.
IEtEMOVAL.—The undersigned begs leaveto inform
the palate, t hat he has removed from his old stand,
to the corner ef Penn and St. Clair Ms., oppositethe Es
change Hetet, where he has fitted up alarge Nino FORT' .
WARR liana, and now offers for sale the most splendid
assortment of Pianos ever offered in this market.
Ws pianos consist of dilTerent patterns, of superior
Qom! Wood and Mahogany, beautifully finished and [no
leled and constructed throughout of the very heat ma
terials, w bleb, for durability, and quality of tone, as well
As touch, he warrants to be superior to any ever seen
As he has eniarged his manufactory, and made arrange.
nieuts to !apply the increasing demand for this instru•
meat, he respectfully requests those intending to pur
chase to call and .:amine his assortment before purcha
sing elsewhere, Jib he is determined to sell LOWER, for
cash, than any other establishment east or welt of the
mountains. F. BLUME,
Corner of Penn and St. Clair streets,
eels 10 gopoilte the Exchange Hotel. Pittsburgh, Pa.
THEsubserlber has jolt received front Philadelphinand
New York, wall a general and extensive assort.
every article in his line of business, which heir deter.
mined to sell on the most reasonable terms for cash.—
He believes he can J Ire r stronger inducements than any
similer establishment in this city to country Physicians
and Merchants. who wish to supply themselves with
Drags and Medicines. His articles have been selected
with the almost care, :lad are warranted °Otte best qual
ity and uniform strength. Orders will be filled with ac
curacy and elegance, Famili s can be supplied with Fine
and Fancy Soaps of every conceivable varh.ty, and of
the most exquisite perfumes; likewise with Perfumery
and Cosmetics of every description.
The - undersigned returns his thanks for the liberal sup?,
port:heretofore extended to hint, and hopes by a constant
dispbsltion to please and accommodate—a care in pro
curing and selling only what is excellent and genoine—a
close supervision of the sales and transaction of the tstab
lishasent—precaution and accuracy in contpoundi med.
tines—and by Industry and perseverance, to merl n in]
rease of public patrouate
yt teeth so unusually white ,
Quoth Josh's field:lla to him Vother night,
To make yours look so, with a grin, replied Testi,
1 ye brought youa bottle of Thorns' Tooth Wash,
'1...s the best now in use, so the gentlefolks say,
And since they have tried this, east all others away.
But to provelt the best; to make the teeth shine,
Look again, my dear sal, at the lustre amine.
Then try this great tooth wash,
The Teaberry tooth wash,
And see if this Tooth Wash or Thorn's Is not fine
Having . tried Dr. "Thorn's Tea Berry Tooth Wash,'
&lid become acquainted with the ingredients of its comp°•
talon, jcheerfully say, I consider it one of the safest, as
it Is one of the most pleasant Tooth Washes now in use,
Pittsburgh 5ep.15,1842 DAVID HUNT, Dentist.
I take pleasure in stating, having made use of , Thorn's
Tea Berry Tooth Wash," that it is one of the best deu•
triflces in use. Being in a liquid form, it combtnes neat•
ness with convenience. While it cleanses the enamel
and removes the tartar from the teeth, its perfume yelds
a fragranee peculiarly desirable. J. P. TIBBETTS. M.D.
, The undersigned have. used "Thorn's Compound Tea
Berry Tooth Wash,"and have found it to bean extreme.
ty pleasant dentifrice, exercising a most salutary influ
ence osier the Teeth and Gums; preserving those indis
pensable members from premature decay, preventing the
accumulation of Tartar, and purifying the Breath. Hay.
log thoroughly tested its virtues, we take pleasure In re.
commending ft to the public, bollixing It to be the best ar
ticle of the kind now those.
Prepared and sold by WILLIAM THORN. Apottieca•
riaadalanttat, No. 53 Market street,!Pittsburgh; and
at ill thElfrinci pa Dr uggists', and Tattle's Medical Agen.
y, Fourth street. aep
IVBllCOMPLAlNTB—Dyspepsisand rndirestion,
with costiveness, asidity of the stomach, hardnes,
of food after meals, heartburn, flatulency, live - complaints
with pain in the side and shoulder, jaundice, bilious com
plaints, dropsy, diabetes, gravel, stone, and inflamation
of tbe lungs, are moot perfectly removed and cured by the
Thkrferticle has the astonishing feels in curing all coin
dlaints of the stomach and digestive organs. Many high
ly respectable individuals In New York have been cured,
after trying every other remedy in vain, and have given
In their names with permission to refer to them. It is
pheasant to the last, and does not in the least interfere
with the daily avocation of one taking it. Many farni.
Ilea of the city have become so pleased with the medicine,
tihat trey use it as their only family medicine. By using
ft occasionally, it keeps the stomach free from bilious die
-orders, and the liver active, with the secretions of the
body In the most perfect activity. It is composed entire.
ly of vegetable. The cure will be gradual, but certain
and permanent.
For sale at Ttrrslea. 86 Fourth street.
lep. 6.
'Dr. Leitirs Tetter 64 Itch Ointment.
VIOa the ourc °revery variety of TETTEH , the ITCH,
•and all diseases of the Skin, has proved itself mere
seffleacionsthan any other preparation for the ssincpos•
nose In - use.
Upwards rdlive hundred certitleates might he procured
nand ,- published•of Ms efficacy from - School Teachers. Pro.
:-.nrintortif Factories. Parents, Guardians, Child Nurses,
Captainsof vessels and others, were it not for the deli
cacy in having their names published in connect ion wit It
inch disagreeable affections.
:By the use of Dr Leidy's Tetter Ointment in cotjunc.
- Hon with his extract of Sarsaparilla or Blood Pills, he
svilt,guarantee to cure any disease common to the skin,
trowter bad, or of however tang standing, or refund the
•money. There are however very few Instances not can
'be cured by the Ointment alone,
Price - 25 emit, a nos. •
Prepared only and sold wholesale and retail at Dr Lci•
di's Health Emporium, 191 N. Second st. Philadelphia,
- "nisd by B. A. FARNESTOCK gr CO. corner of Wood
Bleb streets, Agents far Pittsburg. jitly 12.
lirffilEsubscriber would reepecifully Inform thee!! izens
1 of Pit' mrgh, Allegheny and their vicinities, that he
hat commenced manufacturing the article of Lard Oi
and Candles. Be intesds making but one quality, which
will equal the best made lathe Union and not surpassed
by the beet winterstnised sperm oil either for machinery
or burning, without its offensive properties, and one
third cheaper, VIZ ABOVE 18 ff'ARRA,N7'ED ra
BURN IN 4.lfir TE.MPERATURE. The sallaeri.
ber wishes to impress distlnellyea the publk mind that
it is not necessary to purchase any new (angled lamps that
ere daily palmed upon them as being mosteite to burn the
lard oil in. Persons wishing a pure and brilliant li:bt
era *Maio 'thy calling at the old siand,3d street, nearly
alliastsite the Post Office
seatteecion of Weal pale dealers, Churehee sad
as reepectiti.7, a •eited.
1,--,611 fits ret s will beet the Dineathetute
ient 1343 -tf
For tAe Transportation of Merchandise and Prodac
HHEvisli respectfully inform the public that they
• have completed, their arrangementefor the above
Line on
The public has long wished for Individual competition
in Transportation on the Public Works, by which alone
it can be freed from unnecessary expenses and reduced
to its lowest rates; that wish -will now be realized; the
Slate of Pennsylvania having placed Trucks on her Rail
Roads. Individurms owning Portable Boats are enabled
to bid for the Carrying Trade and successfuliy to com
pete with companies.
This line iscomposed of Twenty new, Four SPcilon
Portable Boats, owned by the Captains who command
them and well known as enterprising, Industrious and
experienced Boatmen.
The superiority and advantages of the Portable Boat
over every other mode of Transportation, ore too well
known to shippers g,enerally, to require comment; suf•
flee it to say. t hat the detention, loss.separation and dam
age to Goods. invariably attending, three Transhipments
between Pittsburgh and Phiadelphiri areby the Portable
Boat most etTect nal ly removed
The Portable Boat pissesses the great advantage too,
of being well nentilated i‘nd cool in Summer; which pre.
vanes Flour from soaring, and Bacon and Tobacco from
li, Devine, intruding as he doe•, between the owner!
of goods and the Boatmen who carry them, and egaally
interested In protecting the interests of both, will make
no promises to the public he will not faithfully perform.
Ile in now prepared to receive and forward Produce
to Philadelphia. Baltimore, New York, and Boston in tire
shortest time, and pledge's hiluse.f to ether into no corn•
bloat ion with other Lines,but always stand ready to carry
out the principlesof his Line, and contract for freight on
tbe very lowest terms.
Int-To give andmtbted•security to owners and strippers
of goods an open policy el insurance has been effected.
by which all merchandlze shipped try thin Line will he
Insured without an/ additional expense to the owner
il, Devine will receive nll produce Col.siglied to him
at Pittsburgh, pay freight and chartcs to eiteam Boats
and forward the same without delay to Philadelphia,
Baltimore, New York, and Boston without any charge
for advancing or commission.
No. 4.5 Water Ft., Pittsburgh.
272 Market street, Philadelphia.
MOORE ¢ C ASE Agents,
75 Bowley's Wharf, Baltimore.
Cincinnati, Ohio
Madison Ind.
Thos. McADAM, 4. Co , Agent
March 10 .11, 2. 27 Old Slip New Yo
Ready Blade Coffin Warehouse,
Fourth St 2 doors,/ rom the U. S. Barak.
R EiPEC' e rFUL e LY hi lnfur t ms the e publ icffi n thatrhe
has r
co wa
'house to the buildlntt recently occupied by Mr.
R. G. Herron!, directly opposite his old st Ind,
where be is always prepared to attend promptly
to any orders itt his line, and by strict attention
to all the details of the business of an Undertaker,
be hopes to merit public confidence, He will be prepares
at ...tt,llOeRS to provide Hearses, Biers, C •inges and
every requtsite on the most liberal terms. Calls from the
country will be promptly attended to.
His residence is In the same building with his wart
house, where those who need his services may find bin
at any time. ZZZZZZ nese:
FA RIO FOR SALE .— The undersigned o ff ers for sale
his (arm, Iyhiti in Ross Township 41 miles from the
City of Pittshurgld, containing -114 Orris °Mad of which
60 are eleareE tied under fence, I m 1610.20 acres of
meadow, 2 geed Orchards of Apples 1' few Peach and
Cherry trres—the Improvements are a targe frame house
containing 10 rooms well furnished, calculated for a Ta
vcrn o private Dwelling, a frame Barn 2S by 60,stone
basement, and stabling, sheds I ud other out houses suit
able for a tenement;-2 good Gardens surrounded with
currant bushes, and a well of excellent water, with a
pump in at the front door. In relation to the Pittsburgh
and Allegheny market, there is no place now offered for
sale with more ndurement to those wishing to purchase
near Pittsburgh, the terms will he made moderate, for
further particalarsapply to the proprietor at his Clothing
Store, Liberty street, corner of Virgin Alley.
N. B. If not sold before the Ist of October next. It
will be divided into 10 and 20 acre lots to suit purclia
sers. sep 10
nernlar Morning Packet for Beaver.
THE fam e running and well know':
Stuart fizikrtuLL, Master, will depart daily from Pitts•
burgh at 9 o'c'ock, A. 1.1„ and Deaver at 1 o'clock P. M
For freight or pass.tge, apply on board, or to
No 60 Water street.
N. IL—The nese far canal par Let to Cleveland Ohin
Greenville and Meadville Pa ; and Massillon on the
Ohio Canal, connecting with steamer Cleveland at Ilea
ver,will he in operation immediately on openhis of nr.v•
igation, mar 1 6 -if
Case of Liver• Complaint of 25 years standing.
This may certify that for twenty five years 1 was af •
flitted with pain in my side, which was frequently to
severe as to entirely incapacitate me from labor. I have
been under the care and treatment of various physician.,
without any permanent benefit. Hearing of the many
cures effected by the Hepatic Elixir prepared by Dr.
Starkweather.l was induced to give it a trial, and am
happy to fay that It has entirely removed. I have felt
no symptoms of it for more than a year past.
Northhrld:e, iineBs 30, 1891 A MOS WHITE.
Thegennine to be had at TUTTLE'S Medical Agency,
Fourth Atreet.
I/enning's Fire 'roof Iron Chests.
PITTSBURGH, OCT. 22, 1642.
J. Dattxtro—On Friday, %health of last month, about
9 o'clock at *ht. the Planing,Grooving and Sash Man
ufactory, owned by Gay, Dilworth Jr Co, with a large
quantity of dressed and undressed lumber, was all consu.
mcd by fire.
The Iron Safe which i bought of you some time back
was to the most exposed situation during the fire, and
was entirely red hot —1 am pleased to Inform you it was
opened at the close of the fire, and all the books, papers,
te.saved;—thls is the heat recommendation I can give of
the utility of your safes
act 24-1 .
.Lard Oil Manufactory.
• - - •
.411, 7njr.
es.v.-9 •
'BIIIIOI7Z "'lln!glir,,L
etOA - ST:INTL Yon hand a superior article of Lard
Oil, warranted to burn at any temperature, and
equal to the best winter strained sperm Oil, without
its offen:ive guatlties, and one third cheaper. man.
ufactured by the subscriber at the old stand, Third st.,
nearly opposite the Post Otfice• M. C. EDEY.
jan 4,18.1 S
IIRE subscriber having opened a shop No 6 4 , Second
street,hetweea Market and Wood streets,Pittriburgh.
ineonaectien with he Foriory in Birmni;ham, respect.
fully •Int wins his friends and ihe public, that he will ht
happg do lie [shored with their orders for any articles in
his line,
Door Lacks and Fasteners, o !various d striptione, oc
band arid wade4o order.
Tobacco, Illkilstud Timber Screws.
Large Screws/or Iron Works, and Screws for ?ruses,
made as may be required,
Carpenters and Builders are requested to call before
contracting for lam. and esaminelibi articles and prices.
Locks repaired and Jobbing generally tone in ,Ire best
manner,and on,tbelowest terms.
may 2-6 a) JAS. PATTERSON, Jr'
I 221=13
IN of law, I,Juna TYLER. President
of the United States of America, do hereby de.
dare and make known that public sales will be held
at rite undermentioned Land Offices, in the State of
M1.•!:SOUR1, at the periods hereinafter designated,
to wit:
AT PLATTSBURG, in Clinton county, the seat
of the Land Office for the Platte district of Missou
ri, commencing on Monday, the ninth day of Oct--
bar next, Pir the disposal of the public lands within
the undermentioned townships, and fractional town
ships, to wit:
North of the base line and west of the
.fifth princi
pal meridian. and tete of the former western bum . -
dory of the State.
Township Sixty two, of range thirty four.
Townships sixty ono and sixty three, of rangy
thirty five
Townships sixty two and sixty four, of range thirty
Townships sixty one and sixty three, of range
thirty seven.
Townships sixty two and sixty four, of range thir
ty eight.
The w,st half of township sixty one, of range
trtv nine.
Fractional township sixty two and township sixty
four, of range forty.
Fractional townships sixty two and sixty three, of
range forty one.
Fractional townships sixty three and sixty four, of
range Ivy two.
North of the base line and east of the fifth principal
meridian, and west of the former western boundary af
the State.
Ton nsh . ps sixty one and sixty two, of range
twenty seven.
Townships sixty. sixty one and sixty two, of range
twenty eight.
T..wnship sixty one. or t ange twenty nine.
Also at Use same place, commencing on Monday,
the thirteenth day of November next, For the disposal
of the public lands within the limits nt the undermen
townships nod fractional townshi:ts. v:z:
North of the base line and west of the fifth principal
meridian, and west of the former wectrrn boundary of
the State.
Fractional townships fifty, fitly one, fifty three,
of y five and fifty seven, of rage thi , ty three.
roweships fi'ty two, fifly four, fifty aix, fifty eight
and sixty, of range thirty four.
Ft actional , own•bip fluty one, townships fifty three,
fifty five, factional trivtiship fifty seven and town
ship fifty trine, of range thiiiy five.
Fractional townships fifty lour, fify six, and fifty
seven and town top sixty, of range 'fury six
Fractional townships fifty five, fifty six, lily eight
and fifty nine, of range thirty seven.
Fractional townships fifty five and sixty o 1 range
thirty eight.
At the Land office at LEXINGTON, commenc
ing on Monday , he second day of October for
the disposal of the public lan Is within the Inuits of
the tiudermentionerl townships, to wit:—
. .
North of the base line and west of the fifth prineipa
m rid in n
Townships thirty s . x t thirty seven and thirty eight
of range four teen.
Townships thirty fie and thirty Feveo, of range
Township thirty five of ranges itixteen and nineteen
Townships thirty five, thirty six, thirty seven and
thirty eight. of range twenty one .
Township thirty eight, of range twenty three.
Township thirty nine, of range twenty eight.
Townships thirty eight and thirty nine, of range
(wanly nine.
Township forty, of ranges thirty one, thirty two
and Mi. t: three.
South west fractional gnat ter of sectiona twenty
one, and the ncirth east and north west fracti.inal
qua, Ws of section twenty four iu township fifty one,
south of Missouri river, or range tweet}
South west quarter of section seven, in township
forty nine, of ange twenty se en.
Lands appropriated by taw, for the use ~r sch.ok
military or olier purposes, will be excluded front
The sales will each be kept open for two weeks,
[unless thei b lands are sootier disposed of] aor.l 00
longer; and no private entries of land in the town
ships so offered will be admitted, moil alter he ex
piration of the two a erks.
Given under my hid nt the City of Wahhington.
this eighth day ot J one. .\ ono Domiiii, 1;-13.
By , lie Pr,sident:
THn. H. I.3LAK r.,
Comner of the General Lani Office
Every person claiming the fight of pre-emption
to any lands witoin the limits r.ftlie townships above
enumerated, is required to es.ablish the same In the
satisfaction of the Register and Receiver ,of the
proper Land Office, and to make payment t her efor,
ass ion as practicable after set log this notice, amid be
fine the day appointed for the ciimme ncement of the
public sale of the township, embracing the tram
claimed, above designated: otherwise am It claims
will be forfeited.
TI-10. 11. BLAKE,
Commi,sioner of the General Land Office
kale 29—tds.
STRUM ENTS!— T. McCarthy, Cutler and .tiurgira/
Instrument Maker, Third street, nearly opposite the
Post Office, Pittsburgh
Thyslcians. Dentists and Druggists can have their In
struments madeby the subscriber of a superior quality
and at Eastern prices.
Tailors' Patent Shears and Scissors always on hand.
also Hatters Shears, a superior article. Orders respect.
fully solicited.
N. B. Allarticles warranted of the best quality. and
obhing done as usual. I ' sep 10
1110 FEN' A LES.—There is a large class of remotes in
1 this City who from their continuetisitting, to which
t heir °cut pktions oblige! hem,are affected with costiveness
which gives rise to palpitation at the heart on the least ex•
ertion, sense of heaviness extending over the whole head,
intolerance of light and sound .an inability of fixing the
attention to any mental operations; rumbling in the bow
els. sometimes a sense of suffocation, especially after
meals when any exertion is used, as going quickly up
stairs; tempre tick le; these are symptoms which yield al
once to a few closes of the ftrandreth Pills The occa.
sional use of this medicine would save a deal of trouble
and year. , of suffering. One, or two, or even three of
the Brandretit Pills Just before dinner, are of en found
highly beneficial; many use them very advantageously , in
this way; they aid and assist digestion, restore the bowels
to a proper condition,enliven the spirits, impart clear
ness to thecomplegion, purify the blood, and promote a
general feeling of health and happiness.
Sold at Dr. B•audretli's Office. In the Diamond
Pittsburgh—Price 25cenu per box, with full directions.
MARK—The only place in Pittsburgh, where the
GENUINE Pills can licobtaitted,ls the Doctor's own Of.
fine, 'Diamond. Sep, 10
cable in all cases, whether for Purgation or Parifi
cation. They possess all the boasted virtues of other
pills, and are additionally efficacious, containing Sarsap
arilla lit their composition, which is not contained in any
other pills in existence. They arealso different from oth
er pills In composition, being purely vegetable, and can
he employed at all times, without any danger, and re
finking no restraint Gom occupation or usual course of
Notwithstanding Dr. Leidy never pretended his Blood
Pills would cure all diseases, yet it is not say Ins too inurh
oft hem, from the innumerable cures performed by them
in every variety and form of disease (certificates of man •
of which have been published from persons of all denom•
litations, physicians. clergymen, and others) that they
seem to be almost universal in their effect; and persons
using them for whatever sickness or disease, may rest
assured they will be found more efficacious than any oth
er pills in existence.
From the known reputation of Dr Leidy's Blood Pills,
'Us deemed necessary to remind the public where they
may at all times procure the genuine, as It is attempted
to impose other pills called 'Blood Pills' upon the public
on the reputation of Dr. Leidy's. Erße particular and
ask for Dr Leidy's Sarsaparilla Blood Pills, and see that
the name of Dr N. B. Leidy Is cont tined on two sides
of each box,(the boxes being of paper, and ohlong,square
shape, surrounded by a yellow and black label.
PRICE-25 cents a Box,
Prepared only, and sold Wholesale and Retail, at Dr
Leidy's Health Emporium, 191 North Second street, be
low Vine. Philadelphia, and by B, A. F.IHNEETOCIC
k CO. cornet of Wood and Sixth streets•, Agents for Pitts
burgh July
Adams' Patent "Mr.anghphy" Millet
now been before
public 3 years du
ring which time several
thousands have been sold
and In daily use, We are
confident of being sustained
In saying they are the beat
Coffee Mills in the United
States, any way you 'fix it.'
Several modifications are
mildew suit the fancy of
wives and the purses m
Sold by the gross or dozen
at the manufactory.--
Malleable Castings made to
These genuine articles, of all sizes, and most improved
varieties,constantly on hand and for sale at very reduced
prices by the marufacturer, L. R. LIVINGSTON,
mar 2. —lf Prot' t between Ross and Grant sts.
HA YE removed lin , : raper Store from Market
street to N 0.611. itrood street, one door from the
corner of 4th, where they keep on hands their usual as
sortment of WALL PAPERS, for papering parlors,en
tries,cliambers, 4-e, and also PRINTING, WRITING
all of which they offer for sale on accommodating terms,
feb 14, 1543.—di
important it 14 that you commence without
loss of time will) BRANDRIKTiI'S PILLs. The} wildly but
surely remove all impurities from tl•e blood,and no case
of sickness can affect the human frame, that these cele•
heated rills do not relieve as much Of medicine cart do.
Colds and coughs are snore benentled by the Brandretit
Pills than by lozenges and canoics. Very well, per•
haps.as paliatives, but worth nothing as eradicators of
diseases from the human system. The BRANDRITH PILLS
cure, they do not merely relieve, they cure diseases,
whether chronic, or recent, infectious or otherwise, will
certainly be cured by the use of these all sufficient Pills.
Stem Slna, January 21,1843
Doctor Benjamin Brandrerk—Honored Sir: Owing to
you a debt of gratitude that money cannot pay, I am
induced to make a public acknowledgembitt of the benefit
my wite has derived from your Invaluable pttis. About
three years i his winter 'lie was taken with a pain In tier
ankle, which soon became very much inflamed and
swollen, so much so that we became alarmed, and sent
for the doctor During his attendance the pain and swell
ing increased to an alarming degree, and in three weeks
f.om its first commencing It became a running sore
She could get no rest at night the pain was so great.—
Our first Doctor attended her for six months, and she
received no benefit whatever, the rain growing,' worse,
and the sore larger all the while. He said if It was heal
ed up It would be her death, but lie appeared to lie at a
loss how ta proceed, and my poor wife still continued
to suffer the most terrible tortures. We therefore sought
other aid In a Botanical doctor, who said when he Brat
ia %V It that he could soon cure the sore, and give her
ease al once. To our surprise he eve her no relief,
and acknowledged that it baffled all his skill.
Thus we felt after having tried during one whole year
the experience of two celebrated physicians in vain, In
absolute despair. My poor wife's constitution rapidly
tailing In the prime of her years from her continued
suffering. Under these circumstances we concluded that
we would try your Universal Veget Ode Pills.determined
to fairly test their curative effects. To my wife's great
comfort the first few doses afforded great relief of the
pain. Within one week, to the astonishment of our
selves and every one who knew (tribe case, the swelling
and the inflammation began to cease so that she felt quite
easy. and would sleep comfortably, and, sir, after six
weeks' use she was aide to go through the house, and
again attend to the management of her family which
she had not dine for nearly 14 months. In a little over
two :11.11101s from the time she first commenced the use
of your invaluable Dills, her ankle was guile sound, and
tier health becer than It had been in quite a number of
yea rs before. I send you this statement after wo years
test or the cure. considering it only an act of justice to
you and the public at large.
We are, with much gra Rude,
Very respeetfolly,
P. El. The Bolsi'kat Doctor pronounced the sore Can
cerouo. and finally paid no good could he done, unless the
whole of the flesh wa: cut otr,and the bone scraped.—
Thank a kind Providence, 01:made uv re:ort to your
pills, which saved us from nil hurt her auipery, and for
which we hope( lie thankful. T. 4. E. L.
'Sold at 'ncenis per hex, w lth directionv.
01 , strer Un• new iahek, each having upon it iwo si•z•
natures of 1)r. Brdndroth: so each ho‘ of the genolne
has sic eignatore , .—lliree Benjamin Bra ndreth and three
B Brandreih *pools.
The only place in rittsburgli w brut the re:11 Rran
drrth Pills ran be obtained, k the Doctor'' own office,
In the Diamond, behind the Market bowie. Mark,
the genuine lirandreth rills can never be obtained in any
drug afore.
The following are the only agent. appointed by Dr. R.
Brandreth, for the eaten( his Vegetable Universal Pills,
In Allegheny count):
Mr. John Gia4—Allegheny,
Robert thinean—Rirmlneliam.
C. F. Diehl—Elizabethtown.
H. Rowlard—M'Ketsport.
Pressly Irwin—Pleasant Hill.
John Johnston—Noblestown.
Chessman j. Spaulding —Stewartstown.
Udell 4.• Connell—Clinton.
Robert Smith Porter—Tarentum.
Georgr Power—Fairview.
David R Coon— Plum township.
Daniel Neglei.—Eart Liberty,
Edward Thompgon—Vt'ilkitisburgli.
Win. 0. Ilunter—Allen's Mill. mar 23, 1843
'Pile office Pittsburgh which was established for the
purpose of constituting agents in the west. having amain
plislied that object, is now closed, and Mr, G. 11. GEE
in the Diammd,Market street, appointed my agent for
the sale of Pilir and Liniments All Dr. Brandetlis 'agents
will inerfore.undersiand,that Cir.B. will rend a travelling
agent through the country once a year to collect moneys
for sales made and re-supply agetits. The said traveller
will be provided with a power of attorney, duty proved
before the Clerk nl the city nod county of New York,
together with all necessary vouchers and papers,
Mr. J, J. Yoe, is my travelling,ag,ent now in Pennsyl.
vania, R. BRA NDETII, M. It]
N. B, Remember Mr. C • 11, Lee, in rear orate. Mar
ket is now my only agent in Pittsburgh.
New York,June 14th, 1843,
X - An individual only wishes to know the right way
to pursue it; and there are rose, were it SURtl.'l wide
known how Lire might be prolonged and Ha.la•tt re
covered, o would not adopt the plan. Evidence is
required that theright way Is discovered. This Is what
those suffering from sickness want to be satisfied shoat.
For who Is so foolish as not to enjoy all the health his
body is capable oil fr ho Is there that would not live
when his evil( Hence can co much benefit himself and
family? It Is a melancholy fact that a very large pro
portion of the must itseft I members of society die be
tween the ages of thirty and forty. How many widows
and helpless orphans have been the consequence of man.
kind not having in their own power the means of restor.
ing health when lost.
Now all these dangers arid difficulties can he prevented
and the long and certain sickness, and by assisting Na
ture. in the outset, with a good dose of Brandreth's Pills.
Tim is a fact, wtHundeistood to be so by thousands of
our citizens This medicine, If taken so as to purge
freely. wilt surely cure any curable disease. There is
no form or kind of slekuctisthat it does not exert a cur•
alive influence upon. Thus, by their power in resisting
putrefaction, they cure measles. small pox, worms and
all contageousfeyers. There is not a medicine in the
world so able to purify tire mass of blood and restore it
to healthy condition, as the Brandreth Pills.
The Brandreth Pills are purely vegetable, and so in
nocent that the Infant of a mom th old may use them if
medicine is required, not only with safely but with a eer.
tainty of receiving all the benefit medicine is capable of
imparting. Females may use them in all the critical
periods of their lives. The Brandmth fills will insure
their liet..lo, and produce regularity in a'l the functions
of life.
The same may he said of Brasifeeth's Ezteerta/ Rem
edy, asan outward application in all external pains, or
swellings, or cores, it greatly assists the cure. When
used where the akin is very lender or broken. it should
be mixed with one or two pints of water.
.f sacs Tester Genuine Brandretit
the box of Pills, Then look at the certificate of agener,
whose engraved date must he within the year, which
every authorised agent must posters; if the three labefs
on the box agree with the three labels on the certificate,
the Pills are true—lf Mx, they are false.
Principal office, 241 Broadway, New York.
June lis
IK'j-TO THE LADIES.—Why do you not remove
that superfluous hair you have upon your foielteads and
tipper tip 1 By culling atTrrrut's, 86 Fourth 'Land
obtaining a bottle of flouraud's Poudres Sublies, which
will remove it at once without affecting the akin. Yon
can also obtain Gouraud's truly cclberated Eau deßsexte,
which whim once remove all freckles, pimples, mop.
lions of the skin, and make your face look perfectly fair;
and to those who What to assist nature by adding more
teolor to thee cheeks, they can obtain some of Gourauda
celebrated Liguld Rouge, wnich cannot he rubbed orfeven
by a wet cloth, Also may be fottod n good assortment of
Perfumery, welt as Cologne, bears' Oil, A Imond,Pa i
Windsor;and other Amps.
Remember, at Tuttle's Medical Agency, 88 9th streeld
Druggists and others can besupplled at Wholesale and
retail terms. may 1.6 t 842
Headache! Headache!
ARE now known to thousands as a most extraordina
ry remedy for this affliction as well as the incon
trovertible fact of their curing DYSPEPSIA. Will tbose
suffering only ask among, their friends if they have nut
known of the positive effects of said Pills. and if they
do not hear them more warmly praised (and deservedly
too) than any other, then let them net buy Thew. In
these few remarks, all fancy or imagination is excluded,
and nothing will be said of their merits at any time
but what can he fairly proved by respectable memters of
our community.
Read the following certificate given by a respectable
citizen of Allogbeny city, and attested by one oflltejudg.
es or the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny co.
A LIZCIIINT CITY, January 9, 1543•
Dear Sir—l have for a number of yearn past been af—
flicted with a severe and almost constant Headache, a—
rising from derangement of stomach and bowels and al.
though 1 have taken nearly every kind of Medicine re
commended for its cure, have never derived any mate•
Hal benefit until I used some of your truly valuable An.
l Dyspept is Pills. I have not taken quite two boxes and
consider myself perfectly relieved from that distresmig
complaint. I have no hesitation in recommending your
Pills as the best medicine I have ever used.
Yours, Respectfully,
I am acqua.nted with Mr, Turne-, I have no hesita
tion In certifying that I consider the statements of 111 r,
T. respsrtin2 Dr. 13rodie's P.lls, as entitled to tile most
perfect and entire confidence. HUGH DAVIS.
For sale. Wholesale and Retail at the 3rodonlan pin
Establishment Pittsburgh Pa ; ani by all authorised a
teal s throit,Tilout the Union.
Alle'y city Jan 9 1:;45 Jan 1:3--1y.
EV:Ill:VS Camomile Pi
rEßTlrlc•Trs.—Letter from the !Inn. Ahli'm M'CIeI
In n,Sullivan County, East Tennessee,llemhesofCongress
WASHINGTON, July Rd. 104.
Sir—Since I have been In this city I have used somii of
your Dyspeptic medicine with infinite benefit and sails
faction, and believe it to be a mast valuable remedy. One
of my :mist' tuents, Dr. A. Carden, of Campbell county,
Tennessee, wrote to MC to send him some. which I did.
and , he has nipioyed it very suricessfully in his practice,
and a says It is invaluable. Mr. Johnson, your agent at
this Plate," thinks you would probably like an agent In
Tennessee. If so, I would recommend Dr. A Carden, as
a proper person t 3 officiate for the sale of your celebrated
medicine. Should you commission him he Is willing to
act for yon. You can send the medicine by water to the
care of Robert King k Sons. Knoxville county.Tennes.
see, or by land to Graham 41. Houston, Tazewell, East
Tennessee- I have no doubt but if you had agents in
several counties in East Tennessee.a great deal of medi
cine would be sold. lam going to take some of it home
for my own use, and that of my friends, and should
like to hear from you whether you would like an agent
at Blunt vine. Sullivan County, East Tennessee; I can get
some of the merchants to act for you as I live near there.
Yours respectfully.
For sale Wholesale and Retail, by
R. E. SELL ERS, Agent,
sep 10 No. 20. Wood street,below Second.
This infJllllle remedy has preserved hundreds
when thought peat recovery, from convulsions. As soon
as the Syrup la rubbed on the gout., the child will rect v.
er. This prepnratlon Is so innocent, so efficacious, and so
pleasant, That no child will refuse to let ila gums be rub
bed with 11. When infantsare at the age of four months.
iho' there is reappearance of teeth. one bottle of the
Syrup thould he used to open the pores. Parents should
tie Vet be without the syrup in the nursery where there
are young children, for if aehlld wakes in the night with
pain in the g..tior. the Syrup immediately elves case, hy
openiiig the pores. and healing the gum.; thereby prevent•
Ing Conva 'lons, Fevers, Jje. For Sale Wholesale and
Retatihv R. E.BELLERS, Agent,
se p 10 Nn. 20. Wood street, below Second.
L'' Ell CO Nt PLA orr cured by the use of Dr. Hat'.
itch's compound St remit Itenina and Aperient rills.
Mr. Win. Richards, of rittsbnrch, Pa., entirely cured of
the above distresnitz disease His symptoms were pain
and weicht in the left side. loss of appetite, vomiting, acid
eruct at iOll9, a distension of the stomach. sick head-ache,
furred fondue, countenance changed ina citron rolur,ditfi
cult y oflireathitm disturbed rest, attended with a cough,
great debility, with other symptoms indicating great de
rangement of the functions of the liver. Mr. Richards
had tip advice cf several physicians, but received no
relief, until usina Dr. liarlielt's Medicine, which termini.
ted in effecting a pe-feet cure.
Principal Office. 19 North Eighth Street, Philadelphia
For salt. In Plitsborgh by Samuel Frcw, corner of Lther
ty and Wood streets. eep 10
These Pills are composed of herbs, which exert
a specific action upon the heart, give impulse ,or
strength to the arterial system; the blood is quickened
and equalized in its circulation throush all the vessels,
whether nf the skin, the pmts situated internally,or the
extremities; and as all the secretions of the body are
dram. n from the blood, there Isa consequent increase of
every sec•etion, and a quickened action of the absorbent
and exhalent, or Ulscliarging vessels. Any morbid action
which msy have taken place Is corrected. all obstruc
tions are remixed. the blond is purified. and the body
feTtnies a t tkft! sate. Fora ale Wholesale and Re
taP by R F. SF LLERS, Agent,
set) 10 12 ) Wood st. below Second.
PILES cured by the tse of Dr. Ilarlich's Compound
rengthening and German, Aperient Pills
Dr. Ilarlich—Dear Sir—Ehortly after 1 received the
Agency flout you for the sale of your medicine. I
formed an acqmaintance wi:h a lady of this place, who
was severely afflicted with the Piles. For eight or ten
years this lady was subject to frequent painful attacks,
and her physician considered her case so complicated,
that hevery seldom prescribed medicine for her. Through
my persuasion, she commenced using your Pulls, and was
perfectly cured. Yours, tc. JAMES R.KIRBY
October 3. 1840. Chambersbug, Pa.
(rr Office and General Depot, No. 19. North Eighth
Street, Philadelphia. And by Snot& Frew, corner of
Liberty and Wood streets, Pittsburgh. ' sap 10
its'Why win ye lire at this poor
dying rate?" ..4g)
44 4 4
o be had at Torte's Medics! Agency, 86 Fourth st.
the only agent In Pittsburgh.
Feb 22.
PTO sooner does one of Dr. Leidy' preparations be.
come popular, In consequence of its success and ef
ficacy, than it is counterfeited or imitated.
To prevent imposition, Dr Leidy has now procured
moulded bottles for his celebrated letter and Itch Oint.
men!, with the words .Dr Leidy's Tetter r nd itch Oint
ment,' blown in the glass, besides containing his written
signature on a yellow label outside.
Dr Leidy's Teller and Itch Ointment, has proved more
efficacious than any other preparation for Teller, Itch,
Dry and Watery Pimples or Pustules, and diseases of
the skin generally,
It has been employed In schools, factorinl, and on board
vessels carrying passengers, where children, as well as
grown persons, contract diseases of the skin from their
contagious nature, with the most unexampled success;
certificates and recommendations base been heretofore
published from them, and numerous others might be ob.
t aioed for publication, but fort he objections most persons
have, to having their names published in connection with
such disagreeable and loathsome affections
To no single instance has it ever been known to fall.
It has been used upon infants and by persons of all
ages. It is perfectly safe, contains no mercury in Its
composition, and maybe used under all circumstances.
Price Twenty-five cents a bottle. Prepared sad sold
at Dr Leldy's Bean h EillgoOtteln, (sign of the Golden Ea
gle and flerpents,l and by B. A. FA EINE:nTOCK k CO.
corner of Wood and Sixth streets, Agents far Pittsburg.
}illy 12
, PRE subscriber has just received bls simnel supply a
S.. Landreth's Garden Seeds, consisting in part ofth
following kinds—all of the last yearscrop ! f warranted
Bearags Egg Plant, riirsalp,
Beets, Endive, Peas,
Leans, Kale, Pepper,
Leek, Pumpkin, Broccoli,
Wttuce, Radish, Bortenle.
Mater Melon, Rhubarb, Calbage,
Nusk, •' Salsacy, Carrot,
asturtium, Cauliflower, Spinach,
Squash, Celery, Okra,
Tomatoes, Curled Cress, Onion,
Turnip, Cucumber. Parsley,
Corn, Mustard, (white and brows)
&c. &c. ace.
Together with. variety of Pot it Sweet herb. and lairs
Orders for Semis,l3brobs; Trees, itc. from Darden.
ern and otbers will be received and promptly attended
No. 184 Liberty. heed erWood at.
Ciackwati, Feintery.ls, 1840
Dr. SWAYlllt—[hat Sir!—Permit me to take the liberty
of writing to you at title time to empress my approbatioe
and to recommend to the attention of heads of familial
and others yohr invaluable medicine—the Convoyed
Syrup of Prunus Virglniana, or Wild Cherry Bark. I.
my travels of late I have seen in a great many Instances
the wonderful effects of your medicine in relieving ebli
dren of very obstinate complaints, such as Coughing
Wheezing, Choaking of Phlegm, Asthmatic attacks. be
be. I should not have written this letter, however, al
preset]. although I have felt it my duty to add my test,
mony it for some time, had it not been for a late
stance where the medicine above alluded to was lustre ,
mental In restoring to perfect heatth an orrely
whose ease was almost hopeless, in a family of my ad
guaintance. .4 thank [leaven," said the doating moth.
er,"my child is saved from the jaws of death! 0 Now 1
feared the relentless ravager But my child is safe! is
Beyond all doubt Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup 0
Ild Cherry is the most valuable medicine In ti n s or any
other country. lam certain I tare witnessed more than
one hundred cases where it has been attended with cove.
pleie success. I am using it myself In an obstinate at.
tack of Br owchitis ,in which it proved effectual In a ex.
ceedingty silort time, considering the severity ante can.
I ran reromend It In the fullest confidence °fits superior
virtues; I would advise that no family should be without
it; it is very pleasant and always beneficial—worth
double and often ten times Its price. The public, are as.
cured there is no quackery about It. It. Jscitson, D. D.
Formerly Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church,
N. Y.
Sold by WM. THORN. wholesale 4. retail, only anent
for Pittsburgh. No. 53. Market street. rep 10
what tea/ destroy Life. and you area treat maw
"Discover what gill ',along Life, and the world
call yea Imposter."
"There are faculties, bodily and intellectual, within its
with which certain herbs have affinity. sad fryer wliel
they have power."
Dr. B. Brandreth's External Remedy, or Liniment
which, by Its extraordinary powers, abstracts Pain or
Sorene,s; line Sprains, Stiff Sinews. While Swellings
Rheumatic Pains, or Stiffness, Stiffness of the Joints
Tumors, Unnatural Hardness, Stiff Neek Sore Throat
Croup. Contractions of the muscles, &copilow en
iargements, Tender Peel, and every description of a
Jury affecting the Exterior of the [lumen hame,tr
cured or greatly relieved by his neoer-t• be sitliciest
extolled remedy.
CsaTirtrATz.—The following letter from Major Gen
eras Sandford, as to the qualities of tbe Esternal Reme
dy, speaks volumes.
Dear Sir—Will you oblige me with another bottle b
your excellent Liniment? It is certainly the beat of the
kind I have ever seen. It has cured entirely my son's
knee, about which I was so uneasy.and I have found I.
productive of immediate relief In several eases of inter
nal injury in my family. A few evenings Mom Rif
yonngest child wasseised with a violent attack of Cron!
which was entirely removed In twenty itiaates, by rub
bing her chest and throat freely with the External Rem
edy. I think you ought to manufacture this Liniment
for general use, instead of confining the use of it, as you
have heretofore done, to your particular acquaintances.
Yours truly, C. W. SANDFORD
Pa. B. BR AirDniTn.24l Broadway, N. Y.
[rrFor sale at 241 Broadway, New York, and at his
office in the Dimond, Pittsburgh. PCICt-50 mitt
per bottle with directions. seplo
:lass of individuals's very numerous. Tbcy are Moss
who work in an unhealthy atmosphere. Printers, work
men In feather stores, stone cutters, bakers, while lea,'
manufacturers, are all more or less subject to disease se
cording to the strength of their constitution. The only
method to prevent disease, is the occasional use ofa
medicine which abstracts from the circulation elided',
flows humors, and expel', them by the bowels. Tome
I■ any form are injurious, as they only •tat off the evl
day to make it more fatal. The use of Brandreth's Pill
will insure health, because they take alt impure smiler
out of the blood; and the body Is not weakened bet
strengthened by their operation; fur these valuable Pills
do not force, but they assist nature, and are not opposed
but harmonise with her.
• • • • -
Sold et Dr. Brandreth'► Orrice, in the Diamond
Mishit rgn. Price 25 cents per box, with full directions.
MARK—The only place In Pittsburgh where the
GENUINE Pillscan be obtatned,ls the Doctor's ewe Or
bee In the Diamond. sep 10
Caveat entered 9th June, J842--Patent granted to
Benjamin Blandreth,2oth January, 1843.
The extracts of which Brandretb's Pills are com
prated are obtained by thisnnw patented proems.
without boiling or any application of heat. The ac—
tive principle of the herbs is thus secured the same
as it is in the
The Public should be cautions of medicines rev—
commendel in advertisments stolen from me, in
which the CONTEMPTIBLE ROBBERS steals my lan—
guage, merely altering the name. Time will show
these wholesale deceivers in their true light.
BR AN DRETH'S PILLS are the Peopte't
Medicine, proved by thousands who daily reccom
mend them to the afflicted. The BRANDRETII
PILLS are growing every day more popular, awls
tirtuesareextendit.g their usefulness. The sick of
both sexes are dai4 deriving benefit from them.
No case of disease but they can be used with advan
tage. Blotches or hard lumps of the skin they speed
ily cure, so with erysipelas, so with salt rheum, so
with indigestion, so with coughs and colds, so with
costiveness, so with cancer, so with hot parched lips
and canker in the mouth. Let the afflicted use this
medicine, and they will find they require no other.
Sold at 25 cents per box, with directions.
Obeerve the new labels each having upon it two
signatures of Dr. Brandreth. So each box of the
genuine has six signatures—three Benjamin Brand
reth and three B. Brandreth upon it.
The ONLY FLACK in Pittsburgh where the sea
Brandreth Pills CAN BE OBTAINED, is the Doctor,
own Office, Diamond back of the Market Horse
Mark, the GENUINE BrandrethPills can never be ob
mired in any DRUG STORE.
The following are the ONLY AGENTS appoint
ed by Dr. B Brandreth, for the sale of his /.1 egetar
ble Universal Pills in Allegheny County.
G H Lee—Principal Office, Diamond, Pittsburgh
Mr. John Glass—Allegheny.
Robert Duncan—Birmingham.
C. F. Diehl—Elizahethtown.
H. Rowland—McKeespnrt.
Pressly Irwin—Pleasant Hill.
Jchn Johns e n—Noblesmorn.
Chessman .k Spaubling—Stewaysstown.
Asdell & Connell— Clinton .
Rnbert Smith Porter—Torantum.
George Power—Fairview.
David R. Coon—Plum Toruship.
Daniel Negley--East Liberty.
Edward Thompson—Wilkins:burgh.
Wet. 0. Huntru—Altou'a Milin.
New Yon=, Feb. 9,1842.