Pittsburgh morning post. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1843-1846, December 13, 1843, Image 4

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    APPPas
.41‘ilifikfaclaircr It of Walt
Ito. 18, Wood Strut, Pittsburgh, -Pa.—
%snow always on hand an extesshre assortment of Satir
'Assad slid phtis PAPER HANGINGS, Velvet and ,
Imitation Borders, of the latest style and handsome
Altera*, for papering halls, parlors and chambers.
They manufacture end have on hand at all times—
eglating. Wrltlna, Letter, Wrappins and Tea P 3 per,Bon
Rat and Pullers' Boards—all of which iheyoferforsale
tki the most accommodating terms; and to which they
&Write the at tent ion of merchants and others.
„ - ALSO—Blank Bonita of ail kinds and the bestquality,
School Rooks, etc. al wva7s on hand and for sale as above
N. B. Ragsi nd Tanners' Scraps' taken In exchange.
REMOVAI.—The undersigned begsleave to titfortn
the public, t hat he has removed from his old stand,
to the enin,!r of Penn and St. Clair sts., opposite the Ex
change Hotel, where he has fitted up a lartfe Photo Forurr
Weitz ROOK, and now offers for sale the moat splendid
assortment of PLANO! ever offered in title market.
.Bis pianos consist of different patterns, of superior
Rose Wood end Mahogany, beautifully finished and mo•
dPIeJ aid constructed through Out of the very bent ma
terials, which, for durability, and quality or tone, as well
as teach, he warrants to be superior to any ever seen
here.
As he has enlarged his manufactory, and made arrange.
nseuts to supply the increasing demand for this instru
ment, he respectfully requests those intending to pur„
ehise to call and trainine his aiportment before purcha„
Ong elsewhere, as he is determined to sell ['own, for
o,ash,than any other establishment east or west or the
Issoitatalns. F. CLUNG,
.Curner of Penn and St. Clair streets,
sniplo Oppa:lie the Exchange Hotel. Pittsburgh. Pa.
T"lubacrlher tiara just received front Philadelphia and
New York, with a ecneral nod extensive assort
ment of DR UOS, CR EAU C.,91,5, PERFUMERY, and
every article in his line of business, which lie is deter.
mined to sell on lite most reasonable terms for cash.—
tie -believes he can offer stronger inducements than any
'tona - establishment in this city to country Physicians
and Merchants, who wish to supply themselves with
Druz' and Medicines. His articles have been selected
with the utmost care, and are warranted ofthe best quill.
tty and nntforin strength. Orders will he filled with tie,
curacy and elegance. Paulin. a can be supplied with Fine
and Fancy Soaps of every conceivable varisly, and of
the most exquisite perfumes; likewise with Perfumery
and Cosmetici or evcry description.
The underFisned returns his thanks for the liberal sup - . 2
port heretofore extended to him, and hopes by a constant
dtsposition to please and accommodate—a care In pro
Curing and selling only what is excellent and genuine—a
atone supervision ache sales and transaction of the ....stab
ilisittment—precaution and accuracy in compound med.
eines—end by industry and perseverance. to meal nlo3
ramie of public patronage
may 25. WILLIAM THORN.
La I what makes your teeth so unusually white?
Quoth Josh's dulcinia to him t'other night,
To make yours look so, with a grin, replied foal',
1 ve brought you a bottle of Thorns' Tooth Wash,
T. the hest now In use, so the gentlefolks say,
And since they have tried this, east all others away
But to provelt the hest; to make the teeth shine,
Look again, my dear sal, at the lustre of mine.
Then try Ills great tooth wash,
ThmTeaberry tooth wash,
And see if this-Tooth Wash of Thorn'd is not fine
Having tried Dr. ,, Thorn's Tea Berry Tooth Wash,'
and become acquainted with the Ingredients of its compo
sition, I cheerfully say, I consider It one of the safest, as
It !roue of the most pleasant Tooth Washes now in use.
Pittsburgh Sep. 15,1842 DAVID HUNT, Dentist.
tll take pleasure in stating, having made use of" Thorn's
Tiet Berry Tooth Wash," that it la one of the best den•
takes in use. Being in a liquid form, it combines meat
us/tit witbctinvenience. While It cleahscs the enamel
and removes the tartar from the teeth, its perfume yelds
a fragrance peculiarly desirable. J. P. Tt BB ETTS.
The - undersigned have used "Thorn's Compound Tea
Berry Tooth -Wash,"and have found it to be an extreme•
17 pleasant dentifrice, exercising a most salutary Influ
ence over the Teeth and Gums; preserving, those India
peasahle members from premature decay. preventing the
aticanaulation of Tartar, and purifying the Breath. Bay.
log thoroughly tested its virtues, we take pleasure in re.
commendhg it to the public, belieeing it to be the best ar•
title or the kind now in use.
R 08.312 TS OX, JAMES P JACK,
ROWT II PEEBLES, CHAS SCULLY,
C,IIIIIIR4OH,
.7 X NOORRE.RD,
H L .HING WALT,
•Frepared.aod sold by W ILIA AM THORN, Apotheca•
r? sod Chemist, No ; 53 Market street,' Pittsburgh; and
ft all the prinelpa Druggists', and Tattle's !dedleal Agen
Fourth street. sep
- O FENI A.l 4 ,ES.—There is a large class of Females In
tbliCity who from their continuetisitting, to which
their occupations oblige I hem,are affected with costiveness
whith gives rise to palpitation at the heart on the least ex•
artion. tense of heaviness extending over the whole head,
Intolerance of light andsound.an inability of fixing the
attention to any mental operationr, rambling lathe bow
els, sometimes* sense of suffocation, especially after
meals when any exertion is used, as going quickly up
stairs; temiire fickle; these are symptoms which yield at
Once to a feW dOsesof the Brandreth Pills. The occa.
Monal use of this medicine would save a deal of trouble
and years of suffering. One, or two, or even three of
the Brandreth [ill/Just before dinner, arc of found
highly beneficial; many use them very advantageously in
this way; they aid and assist digest ion, restore the bowels
to a proper condition,enliven the spirits, Impart clear.
inessto thecomplexion, purify the blood, and promote a
general feeling of health and happiness.
Sold at Dr. 13-audrctli's Office. in the Diamond
l'lttsborgh—Price 25 cent.. 3 per box, with full directions.
MARK—The only place In Pittsburgh, where the
GENUINE Pills can be obtained,is the Doctor's own Of .
Diamond. Sep, 10
Leidy's Tetter St Itch Ointment.
Irt the cure ofevery variety of TETTER, the ITCH,
diseases of the Skin, has proved itself more
elbcacionstban any other preparation for the fume pur
pasta In 11158.
Upwards of five hundred certificates might he procured
sad published of its efficacy from School Teachers, Pro.
prletors of Factories. Parents, Guardians, Child Nurses;
Chsirtains of vessels and others, were it not for the deli
' ow In having, their names published in connection with
sitittfitsagreeable affections,
ey the use of Dr Leidy's Tetter Ointment in conijunc.
tion with his extract of Sarsaparilla or Blood rills, he
lent inarantee to cure any disease common to the skin,
filboomiiii-bad, or of however long standing, or refund she
• money. There are however very few Instance:34ml can
becured by the Ointment alone.
Prise - 25 cents s Boz.
Prepared only and sold wholesale and retail at 'DeLel.
I.dy's Health Emporium, 191 N. Second at. Vhiladelphla,
sad by /3. 4. FAHNESTOCK 4- Co. corner of Wood
-and Sixth Etreets, Agents for Pittsburg. ply 12.
-PITTSBURGH LARD OIL MANU
. FACTORY.
lrilF.sittneriber would reepeCl fully inform the citizens
af Pit*, .iurgh, Allegheny and their vicirltleF,tliat lit
Alms eermented msnufacinring the atttele of Lard 01
giititeanales. He intends malting hut one quality, which
writ equal (behest made lathe Union and not surpassed
brill, heat winter strained sperm oil either for machinery
Of arming, without its otTeusive properties, and one
i talaltd chea. 'THE 'ABOVE IS WARRANTED TO
ZVRX I X AJrI 'TEMPR.RATURE. The subscri.
-412 , Wishes to impress distinctly on the public mind that
,141jAinotillieeliSary to purthafe any new (angled tamps that
g » daily palmed upon them as being requisite Inborn the
lard oil In. Persons wishing a pure and brilliant light
.oitn.obtain it by calling at the old atand,3d street, nearly
stippiatte the Post Office,
M. C BOST.
,
Tbit etteetios of Wholesale dealers, Churches asidAtaal
Jett:MOS reppeetikilly solicited.
o*-111 thopsrrcls will bear the , liana factored'
Jul; -1343 tG
PORTABLE BOAT LINE.
For tka Transportation of Merchandivs and Produc
NEW YORK AND BOSTON.
inr fIEVIN respeci fully inform the public hat ihey
1-1-• have completed their arrangeruentafor the above
Line on
INDIVIDUAL AND INDEPENDENT PRINCIPLES
The public has long wished for Individual competition
In Transportation on the Public Works, by which alone
it can be freed front unnecessary expenses and reduced
to itsiewest rates; that wish will now be realized: the
State of Pennsylvania having placed Trucks on her Rail
Roads, individuals owning Portable Floats are enabled
to bid for the Carrying Trade and successfully to cow-
pete with companies.
This line iv:imposed of Twenty new, Pour Section
Portable Boats, owned by the Captains who command
them and writ known av euterprlsing, industrious and I
experienced Boatmen.
The superiority and advantages of the Portable Boat
over every other mode of Tcansportation, are too well
known to shippers generally, to require comment; suf
fice it to nay, that the detention, tose.separation and dam
age to Goods, invariably attending three Transhipments
between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia are by the Portable
Boat most effectually removed.
The Portable Boat possesses the great advantage too,
of bring well ventilated and coot In Summer; which pre.
vanes Flour from touring, and Bacon and Tobacco from
sweating.
S. Devine, standing as he does, between the owners
of goods and the Boatmen who carry them, and eqaally
interested In protecting the interests of both, will make
no promises to the public he will not faithfully perform.
Ile Is now prepared to receive and forward Produce
to Philadelphia. Baltimore, New York, and Boston in the
shortest time. and pledge's himself to enter into no cow
blnatlon with other Lines,but always stand ready to carry
out the prlnciplesof his Line, and contract for freight on
the very lowest terms.
Ky-To give undoubted-security to owners and shippers
of goods an open policy of Insurance hal been effected,
by which nll merchandize shipped by this Line will be
Insured without any additional expense to the owner.
.11. Devine will receive all produce consigned to him
at Pittsburgh. pay freight and charges to Steam Boats
and forward the same without delay to Philadelphia,
Baltimore, New York, and Boston without any charge
for advancing or commission
WA! .111'CANDLESS,
JAS S CRAFT.
L S JOHNS,
NDII7%Dtr ETCVERPRIZE•
UNITED STATES;
Boraces
PITTSBURGH AND PHILRDEL 'NIA AND
PITTSBURGH AND BALTIMORE.
H DEVINE Agent,
N 0.45 Water it., Pitishurgh.
THOS. BORBIDXL•' Agent,
$272 Market' street, Philadelphia.
MOORE 4- 7 ASE Agents,
75 Bowley'e Wharf, Baltimore.
BOWEN 4. HIBBERD, Agents,
Cincinnati, Ohio
CULVER WOODBURN, Agent.
Madison Ind.
Thos. McADAM, Ce . Agent .
March IP -1342. 27 Old Slip New Yo
Ready made Coffin Virarehons?...
Foactk St , 24.0r/from the CT. S. Bank.
WM. TROVILLO, UNDERTAKER,
111 ra E . C r
e l
m'
dL Yhishrefoardtyasuitl;edepucoliffilicntwhaatrhee
h :louse to the building recently occupied by Mr.
R. G. Berford, directly opposite his old sand,
where be is always Prepared to attend promptly
to any orders in his line, and by strict attention
to all the detallsof the business of an Undertaker.
be hopes to merit public confidence, lie will be prepared
at ALL ROVES to provide Hearses, Biers. C Isges and
every requisite on the most liberal te, ma. Calls from the
:wintry will be promptly attended to.
Ells residence is In the same building with his wart.
house, where those who need his services moy find him
stony time. nirtamices:
w.w.ltwuß. REV. JOIEt/I IL•CE.D. D.
ICDOERIDDLE., REV. ROVERS DRITZ.D. D.
=DOE PATTON, REV. ssXrKL WILIIAES , I
w. D. I'CLCIti, REV. JOSEPH KERR,
Site HARRIS, IRV. 3•11Z11 M. DAVIS,
se p 10 REV, Z. P. swim
FARM FOR SALE.—The undersigned offers for sale
his farm, lying in Rosa Township 41 miles from the
City of Pittsburgh, containing 114 acres ofland of which
60 are cleared and under fence, Li ml 5 to 20 acres of
meadow, 2 gcod Orchards of Apple, a few Peach and
Cherry trees—the improvements arc a ~tree frame house
containing 10 rooms well furnished, calculated for a Ta
vern 0%. private Dwelling, a frame Barn 28 by 60,stone
basems,nt, and stabling, sheds (lid 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 morelnducement to those wishing to purchase
near Pittsburgh, the terms will be made moderate, for
further partieultirsappiy to the oropt 'oar at his Clothing
Store, Liberty street, corner of 'Virgin Alley.
LAW RENCE MITCHELL.
lt
N. B. If not sold before the Ist of October next.
will be divided into• 10 and 20 acre lots tosult par:tis
sep 10
Regular adorning Packet for Beaver.
"wao« rriHE fast running and welt known
JL Steamer
C LEV E LAND,
SHARP thcatriutt„ Master, will depart daily from Pitt-
burgh at 9 o'clock, A. 141„ and Beaver at 1 o'clock P. M.
For freight or passage, apply on board, or to
BIRMINGHAM & CO.
No 60 Water street.
N. B.—The regular canal panel to Cleveland Ohio
GreenViTle and Meadville Pa ; and id ;I.stllon on the
Ohio Canal,connectimr with steamer Cleveland at Bea
ver,will he in operation immediately on openins , of nav•
'gallon, roar 1 6 -tf
pILES cured by the tan of Dr. Harlich's Compound
Strengthening and German Aperient Pills
Dr. Darnell—Dear Sir—Shortly after I received the
Agency from you for the sale of your medicine. I
formed an acrinaintance wiih a lady of this place, who
wasseverely afflicted with the Piles. Poi eight or ten
years this lady was subject to frequent painful attacks,
and her physician considered her case so complicated,
that lie very seldom prescribed medicine for her. Through
my persuasion, she commenced using von r Pills, and was
perfectly cured. Yours, 4.c. JAMES R. KIRBY
October 3. 1840. Cliamliersting,ra.
IrPOlTice and General- Depot, No. 19. North Eighth
Street, Philadelphia. And by Samuel Frew, corner of
Liberty and Wood streets, Pittsburgh. sep 10
-PILES!! PtLESItI
(*-• "Why will ye live at this pour
dying rater
4 4 4 4'
R: E. HUMPHREY'S VEGET3
BLE OINTMENT, FOR PILES.
FISSURES, 4 , e.
o lie had at TUTTLIeII Medical Agency, R 6 Fourth at,
the only agent in Pittsburgh.
Feb 21
AS USUAL.
NO sooner does one of Dr. Leidy` preparations be.
come popular, in consequence of its success and ef
ficacy,-than it is counterfeited or imilated.
To prevent imposition, Dr Leidy has now procured
moulded bottles for iris-celebrated 'fetter and Itch Oint
ment, wit lie.words •Dr Leidy's. Teller end itch Oint
ment; blown in the glass, besides containing his written
signature en a yellow label outside.
Dr Leides Tetter 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, fsetori es, and on board
vessels carrying passengers, where children. as well as
grown persons, contract diseases of the skirt from their
contagious nat ne, with the most unexampled succest;
certificates and recommendations have been heretofore
published from them, and numerous others might beet).
t ained for publlcat ion, but fort he objections most persons
have, to having their names published in connection with
such disagreeable and loathsome affections
In no single instance has it ever been known to fail.
It has been used upon infants and by persons of all
ages. It is perfectly safe, contains no mercury In Its
, composition,and maybe osed under all circumstances.
rfieeTWetgYAlVß eenisa bottle. Prepared and sold
at Dr Leidy'sllealth Emporium, (sign °tithe Golden Ea
lgle and Berpents,) and by B. A. PAHNBittTOCB 1¢ CO.
o nee of wood and Stith streets, Agents for Pittsburg.
ply 12
Contagious Diseases, and Change of
Temperament.
}Water must be adapted to the nature of the fish
or there will be no propogatlon of the specks. The
soil must be adapted to the seed, or there will be no in
crease. The climate must have those matters in it which
will unite and keep alive epidemical or contagion.; poi
tons, or they will become extinguished, as n lamp that
is unsupplied with oil. Su It is likewise with the hu
man frame, it cannot be materially affected by epidemi.
calor contagious maladies, rimless there be those matters
floating in the circulation which offer the appropriate
soil. By I unifying our bodies with the BR•RDrirru
?ma, which have affinity with those impurities upon
which contagion feeds, we may 'ways feel secure,
whatever disease may rage around us. True, we may
have it, b.tt it will soon be over, our sickness will he
the affair of a day or two, while those who have been
too wise to use this simple and excellent remedy, tither
die, or have weeks perhaps months of sickness.
Sudden changes from very hot to chilly weather are
unfavorable to health; and it Is a fact universally admit
ted, that heat and moisture are powerful agents In pro
ducing disease, and that constant DRY and constant WET
weather are hush favorable to its generation; it does, not
signify WILT we call it; it may be ague, it nay be bilious
fever; it may he yellow fever, it may be dysentery; It
may lie rheninatistri; It may be bronchitis; it may lie elicit•
ie; it may lie constipation of the bowels; it may be i
melon of the bowels; It may he inflamation of the stow.
ach; It may he a nervous affection; still it Is disease, and
a disease curable by the Brandreth Pills, because they
remove all impurities front the body, all that can in any
manner teed the further progress of tile malady, no mat.
ter how called; thus these pills are not only the most
proper medicine, hut generally the only medicine that
need or ought to be used. At the present lime It is every
man's duly who wishes to secure his health to use them;
it is the duty of every one who knows anything of their
health restoring poweis,to make it known In his imme
diate circle, For there are some alarming signs, which
tell of the approach of disease. The sudden changes of
temperament are more to he feared and guarded against
than any contagious mxiadyi
The term:mess has left many In such a state of weak
ness that there is In them a great eurceptibility to lie at
-
Dieted by these changes of the al mnsphere and contagious
maladies; but by the timely use of Brandreth's Pills, even
now this sitsceptiiiiiity c in he is a great measure iemow
ed, and power gives the system to resist these morbilic
poisons, and the sudden changes in the weather with
which it may lie brought in contact during the fleet filly
days. Nature has formed the bowels of the evacuation of
all unhealthy burnous, and if [flan would !mince common
!ewe, he would take care they performed this oilier faith.
fully, If the bowels are out of order; If too slow or too
fast, a few doses of Basemen - Is PILLS will bring them
to order, Ask the man who was dying from comities.
ted bowels what cured him; he tells you, Brandreth's
Pills. Ask him who had dysentery for six month., and
every remedy had failed; he will also tell you the Bran
droll Pills cured him In a week. So with other discern.
Twelve Brandreth Pills rubbed down in I a pint of mo
lasses, cured a little boy of an ulcer of the tare, which
was rapidly spreading to hie eyes, and which a doz
en detour had tried to cure, hut could not: the
poor parents would have given Mil( they were worth
to have had it cured, but every thing they tried did no
good, until they gave it a teaspoonful of molasses every
day, in half a pint of which they had rubbed down
twelve Brandreth Pills; before the whole of the molasses
was taken the ulcer was cured. And yet sonic fouli , h
people call Brandreth's Pilisa quack medicine. It would
be welt if there were a few more curb quack medicines.
Will all your pretended Farrraparilla Compounds cure
like the Brandreth Pills? Can they send you t• persons
coign, as Dr. Brandreth ran? Can they point out tn.
you people who had been helpless for years f om Ep
ilepsy and St. Vitus' Dance who have been cured by
their remedies! If they cannot. Dr. Brandreth can
Can they point out to you a person who for twenty
years had never hail a stool without having used med
icine, or mechanical means; and whom the Brandrmli Pills
cured In a month, and gave him as healthy evacuations
as he had when lie was a child. If they cannot, Di,
Brandreth ran.
The BR A NDRE rib ri LLS not only do cure, alleurra
!de diseases, but It can lie demonstrated, that by their
timely use, they must for:doily cure. In a verb short
time, Dr Brandreth will Ming before the public a con
centration of the virtues alike Brandreth P.lts, both in
the form of Pills. and in a fluid form, and that lie will
explain the reason of the cures that must neces.arily be
the trsolt of using the BR IN DR ETIAN UEMED.Er,
whether they lie internal or external. I have Just re.
ceived 111 P care of a medical retille...an oho le.lites ai
Sherhrook, Canada. who lor twenty sears was sorely
afflicted vi ith disease, which came Out in blotches and
scabs all over his hotly. This gentleman so far forgot
the p-eindices which too °Den curse his profession, as
to apply personally to Dr. Brandreth, arid his cnnr'e
proved a happy one; within six mumps he was entirely
cured of his miserable and tormenting (linear,* h.) the
use of the Fliandrt th Pd s,
The use of the Brandreth Pills ran In no rase do inju
ry, because they are made or I lio•e her! , an d roo ts e x OP_
rience has fullo proved always Marmon ze wi.h tie lin•
man body body, The nun ins on of purging with them
cases of sick nes..., is often the csuce of a long attack ,oftee
endingtonly by cpscallor of ill - %
How important I is that this course should be pars red;
It will not only be the sorest wane of restoring, hut It
it will in a great ineasu•e prevent the tenure, CP of
marlin itul ional maindies—it will surely weaken the ma
lignity of the atiarlss and in unit. secure robust health.
As with all valuable medicines the Mandrel!. Pills
have been sliameftilly counter'ettell,b t I bare succeed.
ed In having executed THREE LABELS. (and which
are appended to each box) °Nur h intrinsic workmanship
as to bid defiance toall boors iint'ators. Nosy, howev.
el, a new evil presents itxelf My advertisement= are
taken verbatim, and used by all the medicine mon.
gem of the day. who merely lake my name out and
Inert the name of their medicine In the place of Bran
dreth's Pills occupied In the advertisement thus stolen
from me, Time will prove how these speculative gen
tiemen sustain themselves.
My FRIENDS may rest satisfied that I shall, .rt long
as my lire and energies are permitted me by en OVER
' RULING PROVIDENCE, attend personally to the
preparation of the Brandreili Pills, and th.t those
properties winch have thus far rendere I them so popu
lar, will still be continued uilimpared.
B. BRANDRETH, M. D.
The Brandreth Pills are said by one agent In every
place of importance throughout the World; each atoll
having a cettificate of agency from Dr. Biand•eili, hav
ing fac.similes of labels on lire Branddreth Pill boxes en:
graved thereon.
BRA NDUET WS PILLS are sold at 25 cis. per box,
with full directions at the PRINCIPAL Orricc,24l Broad
way, - 274 Bowery, 1891 Dodson Pirect.
The following ate duly appointed agents for the rale
of the Brandrelli Pills In
PiTTsIICEGII — G. 11. LEE.
Stewartatown—Chessman 4' Spaulding.
Clinton —Jos. Carmell.
Cranberry Tii —R. H. McKee. •
Butler—Lane, Campbell 4' Co.
Probpect—G. A. Kirkpatrick.
Portersville—Peter Masser.
Portersville John Cornier.
Mt. Pleasant—ll. 4. J, Lippeneott.
I s auglilinstown—J. 4- C. Moore.
West Ni wton—M. P. Smith.
Youngstown—McAtte ¢ co:
nov 113—w3t •
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS! SURGICA I. IN-
STRUM ENTSI 7'. McCarthy, Cutler and Surgical
Instrument Maker, Third street, nearly apposite the
Post Office, Pittsburgh
(SIGN OF THE GOLDEN SHEARS.)
Physicians. 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 thebest quality. and
obbing done as usual. sep 10
DR. STARKWETHER'S HEPATIC
ELIXIR.
Case of Liver Complaint of 25 years standing.
This may certify that for twenty live years 1 was af•
'tined with pain In my side, which wISS frequently co
severe as to entirely incapacitate me from liebor. I have
been under the care and treatment of various physician. ,
without any permanent benefit. Hearing of the many
cures effected by the ilepatic Elixir prepared by Dr.
Start:weather.' was induced to give it a trial, and am
happy to say that It has entirely removed. I have felt
so symptoms of it for more than a year past.
Northbridse, orteBB 30, 1841 A 510 S WHITE.
Thegenuine to be had at TUTTLE'S Medical Agency,
Fourth street.
Denning's Tire eroof Iron Chests.
PITTSBURGH, OCT. 22,1892.
J . Drastic:it—On Friday, the 30th of month, a bout
9 o'clock at night, the Planing.Groovine and Sash Man•
ufactory, owned by Gay, Dilworth k Co. with a large
quantity of dressed and undressed lumber, was all consu.
med by fire.
The Iron Safe which I bought of you some lime back
was in the roost exposed situation during the fire, and
Was entirely red hot—l am pleased to inform you It Was
opened at the close of the fire,aed all the books, papers,
.tmsaved;—this is the best reiornainndation T can give of
the utility of your safes.
act 24—t THOMAS SCOTT.
Adams' Patent "Zaughphy"
HAVE now been before
the public 3 years du
ring which time several
thousands have been sold
and In daily use, We are
confident of being contained
in saying they are the best
Cotree Mills in tire Untied
States, any way you •fiz it.'
Several modifications are
mildew suit the fancy of
wives and the purses of
husbands
Sold by the gross or dozen
at the manufactory.--
Malleable Castings made to
order.
rAiRBANKS'PATENT PLATFORM SCALES
these genuine articles, of all sizes. and most improved
iarieties,constantly on baud and for sale at very reduced
prices by the macuractnrer, L R. LIVINGSTON,
mar 2. --tr Front between Ross and Grant ste.
RE ,TIOVAL.
HOLDSHIP 4z, BROWNE
HAVE removed the; faper Store from Market
street to No.C4 IVood street, one door from the
corner of 4th, where they keep on hands their usual as
sorttneut of WALL PAPERS, for papering, parlors, en
tries,eliambers..te, and also PRINTING, WRITING
and WRAPPING PAPERS, BONNET BOARDS, 4c
alt of which they offer for sate on accommodating terms,
felt 14, 1843.—dt f
-TO INVALIDS.
lryHow important It is that yon commence without
less of time with Rit•INDRIC.TIi'II Picts. Tile.) Mildly hut
surety remove all impurities from the blood,and no case
of sickness can affect the human frame, that these cele•
mated Pills do not relieve as much ar medicine can do.
Colds and coughs are more henentted by the Brandreili
Pills than by lozenges and candles. Very well, per•
haps.as paliatives, but worth nothing as eradicators or
diseases from the human system. The BRAM:METH Ptt.t.s
cure, they do not merely relit ve, they cure diseases,
whether chronic or recent, Infectious or otherwise, will
certainly he cored by the use of these all sufficient Pills.
CURE OF A CANCEROUS SORE.
Bina SIND, January 21,1843
Doctor Etsajantia BraadretA—Honored Sir:Owing to
you a debt of gratitude-that money cannot pay, I am
induced to make a public acknowledaeuilint of the benefit
toy wife has derived from your invaluable pills• About
three years this winter she wastaken 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 ItlsattendanCe the pain and swell
ing increased to an alarming degree, and in three weeks
Oorn 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 pain growing worse,
and the sore larger all the while. lie said If it was heal
ed up it would be her death, hot he appeared to be at a
loos how to proceed, and my poor wife still continued
to stiffer the most terrible torture,. We therefore sought
other aid In a Botanical doctor, who said when he first
saw it that he could soon cure the sore, and give her
ease at once. To our surprise he gave her no relief,
and acknowledged that it baffled all his skill.
Thus we felt alter having I Heil 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 front her continued
suffering. Under these circumstances we concluded that
we would try your Universal Veaet title Piils.determined
to fairly test their rurative effects. To my wife's great
comfort the first few doses afforded great relief of the
pain. %Vtialn one week, to the astonishment of one
selves and every one who knew ofthe ease. the sivelling
and the inflammation began to renf FO that she felt quits
easy, and would sleep rornfortald v, and, sir, after fit
weeks use she was able to go through the house, and
again attend to the management of her family which
she had not ‘ine for nearly 14 months. In a tittle over
wo months from the time she first commenced the Ore
of your invaluable Pills. her ankle was quite sound, and
her health' better than it had been In quite a umber of
years before. I send you this statement after •wo years
test of the cure. conaidcring it only an act of Justice to
you and the public a' large,
We nre, with much gra itude,
Very respectfully,
TIMOTHY 4. ELIZA A. Lrl'TI.E.
P. P. The Bninnwal Dario; pronounced the sore can
cerous. and finally said so good could be done. unters the
whole or the flesh Ws• cut off, and the bone scraped.—
'Munk a kind Providence, thi , made u. re•nrt to your
pills. whirh saved n. from all luttncr misery, and for
which we hope t he thankftt I. T. 4. E. L.
at 25 cent, per hos, with directions.
Observe the new lahei4,each having upon it two gig
naturr. of Dr. Brandret h. S. each hrrt of the genuine
has Fix signatures—three Benjamin Brandrei It and three
0. Brandrelli upon It.
The only place In l'itt.burzh where the real Oran
drrlh Pills ran be obtained, 14 the Doctor'. own office,
In the Diamond, behind the Market house. Mark,
the gennine prandreth rillscan never be obtained in any
dril: Fiore.
The followln. are the only azrrolinippointed by N. P
Brandrrib, for 'he sale of his Vezetable Voiversoil Plllo
In Allegheny county:
Pansetr•r. AGILIKT, G H LEE, Pittsburgh
Mr. John G;aw—Allegheny,
Robert Duncan-131 min, ham.
C. P. Diehl—Elizatwthtuwn.
H. Rowlaad—M'Kervrtort.
Pre..oy Irwin—Pleasant Md.
John Johnston—Nohlestown.
Chewman Spaulding -Elewartstowo
Arden de Connell—Clinton.
Robert Smith Porter_Tarentum•
George Power—Fairvicw.
Intent It Coon- Num townshlp.
Daniel Neale. —Enet Liberty.
Edward Thomp.on--Witklmo.urgh
Wm. 0. Hunter—Allen's Mill
NOTICF: TO DR. BRANDI , ETH'S AGENTS.
The °Mee rtostkurzh which was established for the
purpose of constituting agents in the west, having acc3m
plrshrd !lint object, is now closed, and Mr, G. 11. LEE
Intim Diantlind, 11Arket street, appointed my agent for
the sale of Pith and Liniments all Dr. Brandeths agents
will I iterfore,undersland,that Dr,B. will send a travelling
agent through the country once a year to collect moneys
for sale; made and resupply agents. The said t r aveller
will be provided with a power of attorney, duly proved
before the Clerk 01 the city and county of New York,
together with all necessary vouchers and papers,
Mr. j, J. Yoe, Is mny travelling agent now In Pennsyl.
smith", It. BRA NDETD, M. DI
N, B, Remember Mr. G• Lee. In rear of the Mar.
ket Is now nil only agent in Pittsburgh.
New York,June 14i11.1843,
THE rituE WAY TO RECOVER HEALTH
An Individual only wishes to know the right way
to pursue it; and there are none, were it SCRIMP made
knows how Lux mlgiit be prolonged and If Z•ITO re.
covered. w: u would not adopt ;lie plan. Evidence is
required that the right way is discovered. This is what
those suffering from sickness want to be satisfied about.
For who is so foolish as not to enjoy all the health Ills
body is capable of? Who is there that would not live
when his exptrience can so much benefit himself and
family? It is a melancholy fact that a very large pro
portion of the most useful members of society die be.
tween the ages of thirty and forty. liow 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 and difficultiess can be prevented
and the long and certain sickness, and by assisting Na
titre, in the outset, with a good dose of Brandreth's Pills,
This is a fact, we ll understood to be so by thousands of
our citizens This medicine. if taken so as to purge
freely. will surely cure any curable disease. There is
no form or kind of slrknessthal it does not exert a cur•
alive influence upon. TIMP, by their power in resisting
putrefaction, they cure measles. small pox, worms and
all contageousfevers. Thera is not a medicine In the
world so able to purify the mass of blood and restore it
to healthy condition, as the Brandreth Pills.
The Brandreth Pills are purely venetable, and PO in
nocent that the infant of a mot lb old may use them If
medicine is required, not only with safety but with a eer
tainty of receiving all the benefit medicine Iv capable of
imparting. Females may use them in all the critical
periods of their lives. The Brandreth Pills will insure
their health, and produce regularity In a'l the fu fictions
of life.
The same may he said of Brandrat We External Rent
ed', as an outward applicalkoi in all external pains, or
swellings, or sores, it greatly assists the cure. When
used where the skin is very lender or broken. it should
be mixed with one or two pints of water,
A tare Test.or °mune Brandrete
the box of Pills. Then look at the certificate of agency,
whose engraved date must he within the year, which
every authorised agent most possess; if the three labels
clothe tot agree with the I Are. labels on the certificate,
the Pills are true—if not, therire false,
Principal office, 241[ Broadway, New York:
in
Headache! Headache!
Dr. BRODIE'S ANTI DYSPEPTIC PILLS,
ARE now known to thousands asa most extraordina•
ry remedy for this affliction as well as the incon
trovertiblefatt of their curing DYSPEPSIA. Will those
suffering only ask among
their friends if they have nut
known of the positive ejects of said rms. and if they
do not hear them more warmly praised (and deservedly
too) than any other, then let them not bay them. in
these few remarks, all fancy or Imagination is excluded,
and nothing will be said of their merits at any time
but what can be fairly proved by respectable members of
our community.
Read the following certificate given by a respectable
citizen of Allosheny city, and attested by one of t hvjudg
es of the Court of Common Pleas of Atlegbeny co.
A LUMEN"( CITY, January 9,1843.
DR. BRODIE,
Dear Sir—l have for a number of years past been af—
Meted with a severe and almost constant Headache, a- 1
rising from derangement of stomach and bowels and al.
though I have taken nearly every kind of Medicine re
commended for its cure, have never derived any mute.
rial benefit until 1 used some of your truly valuable An.
ti Dyspeptic Pills. 1 have not taken quite two boxes and
consider myself perfectly relieved from that distressing
complaint. I have no hesitation in. recommending your
Pills as the best medicine 1 have ever used.
Yours, Respectfully,
J. B. TURNER.
I am acqua.nted with Mr, Turne - , I have no hesita
tion In certifying that 1 consider the statements of Mr,
T. reposer ing Dr. Brodie's Pile, as entitled to the most
perfect and entire confidence. HUGH DAVIS.
For sale, Wholesale and Retail at the Brodonian Pill
Establishment Pittsburgh Pa ; by all authorised a
gents throughout the Union
Alle'y city Jan 9184:1
JARRANTED GENUINE. -Dr. wWiam
Evans's Camomile Pills,
Csasincs.rss.—Letter.from the Bon. Ab'h'or M'Cltl.
County, East Tennessee,lNteruherof Con Uress.
WAstmorros, July 3d. 1333.
Sir—Since I have been in this city I have used some of
your Dyspeptic medicine with Infinite benefit and sails
faction, and believe it to bea most valuable remedy. One
of my aconsti tuents, Dr. A. Carden, of Campbell county,
Tennessee, wrote to me to send him some. which I did,
and he has m ployed it very successfully in his practice,
and says It is Invaluable. Mr. Johnson. your agent at
tills place,e thinks you would probably like an agent In
Tennessee. If so, I would recommend Dr. A Carden, as
a proper person to officiate for the sale of your celebrated
medicine. Should you commission him he is willing to
act for you. You can send the medicine by water to the
rare of Robert King k Sons. Knoxville county. Tetnes.
see, or by land to Graham i t Houston, Tazewell, East
Tennessee. I have no doubt but if you had agents In
several counties In East Tennessee,a great deal of medl•
clne 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 no agent
at Stu Marne, Sullivan County. East Tennessee; I can get
some of the merchants to get for you as I Ilse near there.
Ycars respectfully,
ABRAHAM M'CLELLAN,of Tennessee.
For sale Wholesale and Retail, by
R. E SELL ERS, Agent,
No. 20. Wood street.below Second.
DR. WILLIAM EVANS'S SOOTHING SYRUP.—
This , infallible remedy has _preserved hundreds
when thought put recovery, from convulsions. As soon
as the Syrup Is rubbed on the inms, the child will reel v.
er. This preparation is so Innocent, so efficacious. and so
pleasant. that No child will refuse to let Its gums be rub.
bed with it. When Infantsare at the age or four months.
tho' there is iso appearance of teeth, one bottle or the
Syrup should be used to open the pores. Parents should
ever hr without the syrup in the nursery where I here
are young elilidren,for if a child wakes In the night with
pain in the gums. the Syrup Immediately gives case. by
opening the pores, and heating the aumc; thereby prevent.
ins ("null aious, Fevers, ke. For Sale Wholesale and
nelnil by
sap 10
LIVER COMPLAINT eared by the use of Dr. Dar.
itch's compound Strenethcnitt2 and Aperient rills.
Mr. Wm. R trhards, of Pittsburgh, Pa., entirely cured of
the abovedistreasing disease His symptoms were pain
and welch! in the left side, to of appetite, vomiting, acid
eructations, a a isienskon of the stomach. sick head-ache,
furred tongue. countenance thanied toa citron color, dial"
cult) , of breathing. disturbed rest, attended wit lt a cough.
areal debility, with other symptoms indicating areal de
rangement of the functions of the liver. Mr. Richards
had the advice of !several physicians, but received no
relief, until itsin: Dr. 11 articles Medicine, which termite.
IA in effecting a pe^feet cure.
Principal Office. 19 Norlli Eighth St reel, Plilladelpilla
For alb. in Pitirburzli by Sarriucl Frew, corner of Liber
y and Wood streets. sep 10
BRos VON HUTCHELEN. HERB PILL 4.—
These rills are composed of herlw, which emir;
a specific action upon the heart, sive impulse or
.ilrenztli to the arterial system; the blood la q uickened
and equalized In its circulation through all the vessels,
whether nr the skin, the parts situated Internally,or the
crirenfitier; and as all the secretions of the body' are
draw n from the blood, there Is a consequent increase of
every secretion, and a quickened action of the absorbeni•
and exhalent, or discharging vessels. Any morilid actiuri
which may have taken place is corrected, all obstrut.•
turns are restirred. the blood to purified. and the body
reertmes a b tbla! slate. Fora ale Wholesale and Re
u6l* sr
Rep 10
Pittsburgh Lard Oil ST annfactorY.
•
•
mar 29. 1943
CONST.INTL Fon hand a superior article of Lard
011, warranted to born at any teineeri:ture, and
equal to the best winter strained Sperm Oil, without
its offensive qualities, and one thiril cheaper, man.
ufactured by the subscriber at the old stand, Third in.,
nearly opposite the Post Office• M. C. EDEY.
Jan 4 ,1843
BIRMINGHAM
LOCK AND SCREW FACTORY.
/11HE subscriber having opened a shop No 68, Second
street,lietween Market and Wood streets,Pittsburgh,
I n connci tic n with the Factory in Birmingham, respect.
fully lot firms his friends and the public, that he will be
happy tc be favored with their orders for any articles In
his line,
Door Locks nnd Fasteners, o :various d scriptions, or.
hand and node to order.
Tobacco, Mill and Timber Screws.
Large Serews,for.fron Works,and Screws for Presses,
made as may he required,
Carpenters and Builders are requested to call bcfbrc
contracting for jobs, nnd examine hie articles and prices.
Cocks repaired and jobbing tenerully t one In .he hest
manner, and on the lowest terms.
may 2—bar JAS. PATTERSON, Jr•
DR, LEIDY'S SAftS•PARILLk BLOOD Pitts, are appli•
cable in all cases, whether for Psegaeisii or Purifi
cation. They possess all the boasted virtues of other
pills, and are additionally efficacious, containing Sarsap
arilla in their composition, which la not contained litany
other pills In existence. They are also different from oth
er pills in composition, being 'away vegetable, and can
be employed at all times, without any danger, and re
uniting no restraint nom occupation or usual course of
living.
Notwithstanding Dr, Leidy never pretended his Blood
Pills would cure all diseases, yet It Is not saying too much
of them, from the innumerable cures performed by them
in every vat iety and form of disease (certificates of many
of which have been published from persons of all denom
inations, physicians. clergymen, nbd others) that they
seem to be almost universal in their effect; and persons
using them for whatever sickness or disease, may rent
assured they will is found mare efficacious than any oth
er pills in existence.
From the known reputation of Dr LeidyN Blood pill,.
'tis deemed necessary to remind the public where they
may at all times procure the [enamor., as it Is attempted
io impose other pills called tßlood Pills' upon the public
on the reputation or Dr. Leidy's. U• lie particular and
ask for Dr Leidy's Sarsaparilla Blood Pills, and see that
the name of Dr N. B. Leidy Is mint ined on two sides
of each box,(the boxrs being of paper, and oblong,square
shape, surrounded by a yellow and black label.
PRICE—F.S cents a Box,
Prepared only, and sold Wholesale and Retail, at Dr
Leidy's Health Emporium, 191 North Second streel, be
low The, Plitladelphtsq and by B. 4. FdaNTE rocs
4 CO. corner of Wood and Sixth streets, Agents for Pitts
burgh July 12-Iy,
jan 13-19
R. E. SELLERS, Agent,
No. 20. Wood street, below Second.
R EI3ELLERS. Agent,
•4 II Wood st. below Second
IMPORTANT FACTS
W S
I,c,W
, rim r. subscriber has just received Its 9 tumid supply
l Landreth's Garden Seeds, consisting in pan of ili
following kinds—all of the last yearserati 4 warrisstefl
senaine:
Bearags Egg Plant,- raisaip,
Beets, Endive, ' Peas,— ..
Leans, Kale, ' - Pepper,
Leek, Pumpkin, . BED:colic
Wttuce, Radish, . . Busiest , '
Mater Melon, Rbnbarit, Cabbages.
Nusk, .4 Salsaly, Pura's,-
asturtistm, Cauliflower, Spinach. ,
Squash, Celery, Okra,
Tomatoes, Curled Cress, Onion,:'
Turnip, Cucumber, Parsieyt.`r
Corn, Mustard, (white and brown) • 1
&c. &c. &c.
To;et her u. it it a varlet y of rot 4" Sweet herbs asd flowc i
seeds,
ier Orders for Seeds, Shrubs; Tr. es, 4c from Grades.
ete and others will be received and promptly sues/let/
F. L. b!COWDLII,
No. 184 Liberty. head of Woolf st.
Cintinsati, February 15, 1890.
Dr. Sweraz—Dear Sir:— Permit me to take the liberty
of writing to you at this time to elpress niy approbstiOn,,
and to recommend to the attention of heads of families
and others your invaluable medicine—the Compound!
Syrup of PruntrlVlrginiatia, or Wild Cherry Bark.
Itr
my travels of tate I have seen in a great many installite*
the wonderful etiects of your medicine in relieving chit
dren of very obstinate complaints, such as Coughing, --
Wheezing. Choaktng of Phlegm, Asthmatic attacks, /ter
d•c. I should not bare written this letter. howevet,
£1
presen• although I have feu it my duty to add my testi ,
mony tr, It for some time, had it not been for a late in.
stance where the medicine above alluded to was tnst ru
mental in restoring to perfect health an "only child,"
whose rase was almost hopeless, in a family of my if.. „
quaintance. "I thank - !leaven." said the doatine moth
,r, "my child is saved from the jaws of death! 0 how - I
feared the relentless ravager nut my child is safe! 111
safe!"
Beyond all doubt Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup of
Wild Cherry Is the most valuable medicine In this or any
other country. lam certain 1 tave witnessed more than'
one hundred cases where it has been attended with COM
plete success. I ant using it myself In an obstinate it.
tact, of Bronchitis, in which it proved effectual In a sx.
ceedlngly short time, considering the severity ofthe case.
.1 ran reromend it in the fullest confidence of its superior
virtues; I would advise that no family should be without
It; it Is very pleasant and always beneficlal—worth
double and often ten times Its price. The public arc as
cured ?berets no quackery about it. It. JACKSON, D. P.
Formerly Pastor of; the First Presbyterian Church,
N.Y.
Sold by WM. THORN. ‘vbo!esate 4• retail, only atent
for Pillsburgb. No 51 Market ,trret. pep 10
ABOON TO THE HUMAN RACE!--••Discartr
that trill destroy Life, and you are a great men
~ 1 3iseorer what 'rill grave' Life, and the trend wife
call you impostor."
There are faculties, bodily and intellsetual, minis us
with which certain herbs hare affinity, and over whisk
t ry hare power."
Ur. R. Brandretli's External Remedy, or Liniment.
v. Lich, by its extraordinary powers, abstracts Pain o
Sorenn-s; tints Sprains. stiff Sirevts, While Swellings.
likioniatic Pains, or Stiffness, Stilfners of the Joints
Tumore, Conatural Hardness. Stiff Neck Sore Throat •
Croon, Contractions of the muscles, Scrofulous en
larzcments. Tender Feet, and every description of in
jury affecting the Exterior of Human Ft ame, tsb
eurtd or greatly relieved by hie nerer.to be sufficient
extolled remedy.
Csurtrtnore.—The following. letter front Major Cert.
era' Sandford, as to the qualities of the External Reme
dy, speaks volumes
Dear Slr—Will you oblige me with another bottle of
your excellent Liniment? It is certainly the best of the
kind I have ever seen. It has cured entirt ly my son's
knee, about which 1 W3Elso unrasy,and I have found It
productive of Immediate relief in several cases of ester
nal injury in my family. A few evenings since., my
youngest child wasselzed with a violent attack °renal:lp.
which was entirely removed In twenty miroacs,,hy rub.
bing her chest and throat freely with the Eiternal Rem
edy. I think you might to manufacture this Liniment
for general one. Instead of confining the tire of it, as you
have heretofore done, to your particular acquaintances.
Yours truly, C. %V. SANDFORD
DR. B. Bitannarrn.34l Broadway, N. Y.
rr r For sate at 241 Broadway, New York, and at hie
office In the Diamond, Pitlshicgh. Pr:ICE-50 tent,/
D er bottle with directions. sep lo
TO THOSE WHOSE OCCUPATIONS TEND TO
PRODUCE OR AGGRAVATE DISEASE.-7 his
class of individitaisis very numerous. They ars tkos
who work in an unhealthy atmosphere. Printers work
men In feather stores, stone cutters, bakers. whits lest
manufacturers. are all more. or less subject to disease Sc .
cording to the strength of their constitution. The only
method to prevent disease, Is the occasional use of
medicine which abstracts from the circulatiur. all delete
rious humors, and expels them by the bowels. Tomes
In any form are injurlous j as they only gut off the evi.
lay to make it more fatal. The use of Brandreth's Plllf
will insure health, because they take all impure matter
out of the blood; and the body is not weakened but
strenzthened by their operation; for these valuable Pills
do not force, but they assist nature, and are not opposed
but harmonize with her.
. .
Sold at Dr. Brandreth't Office, In the Diamond,
Pitishurvi. Price :25 cents per box, with full directions.
MARK—The only place in Pittsburgh where the
GENUINE Pillscau be obtained,is the Doctor's own Of
tier in the Diamond. rep 1.0
BRANDRETH'S PILLS,
SECURED BY LETTERS PATENT OF
THE UNITED STA'I ES.
THE METHOD OF PREPARING THE
ANDRETHIAN VEGETABLE EX—
TRACTS.
Caveat entered 9th June, 1842- Patent granted to
Benjamin 131 andrmb.`2oth January, 1843.
The extracts of which Brandreth's Villa are corn
ppsed are obtained by thisiir.w patented process.
without boiling or any applicetion of hear. The ee.
live principle of thr herbs is thussecured the seine
as it is in the
LIVING VEGETABLE-
The Public should be cautious of medicines rec..
commencle:i in advertisments stolen from me, in
which the CnNTIMPTIBLE ROBBERS steals my lan—
guage, merely alterin; the name. Time will shows
these wholesale deceivers iv their true light.
THE MEDICINE OF THE PF,OPLE.
Ott.- BR ANDRETH'S PILLS are the People',
Medicine, proved by thnu‘ands who daily reccom
mend them to the afflicted. The BRANDRETH
PILLS are growing every day more popular, their
eii tues are extendibg their usefulness. The sick of
both sexes are daily deriving benefit frcm
No case of disease but they can be used with advan
tage. Blotches or held 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.
Observe the new labels each havrng upon -it two.
signatures of Dr. Brandreth. So each box of the
genuine has six signatures—three Benjamin Brand
reill and three B. Brandreth upon it.
The orrtv PLACE in Pittsburgh where the REA
Brandreth Pills CAN BE OBTAINED, is the Doctorial
own Office, Diamond back of the Market House
Mork, the GENUINE BrandrethPills can never beer
taired in any Deco STORE. f
The following are the ONLY AGENTS appoint]
ed by Dr. B Brandreth, (or the sale of his Vegeta
ble Universal Pills in Allegheny County.
G H Lee—Principal Office, Diamond, Pittsburgh,
Mr. John Glass—Allegheny.
Robert Dunn n—Birmingham.
C. F. Diehl—Elizabethtown.
H. Rowland—McKeesport.
Freud) , Irwin—Pleasant Hill.
Jchn Johnson—Noblestown.
Chessman & Spaulding—StewitrtitOwns
Asdell & Concell—Clinton
Robert Smith Porter—Tarentum.
George Power—Fairview. •
David R. Coon—Plum Township.
DabielNegley—East Liberty.
Edward Thompson—Wilkinshurgb
Wm. 0. Lluntmr—Altou's
NRIV YORK, Feli. 9, 1542.