The daily morning post. (Pittsburgh [Pa.]) 1846-1855, September 24, 1846, Image 1

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N. W. corner of Wood and ..F . ifth Sin
Tcnars.—Five dollars a year, payable in advance.
Six dollars will invariably be required if not paid
I within the year.
Single copies, Two cirns,-for sale at the counter
of the Office, and by Isiews Boys. • ,
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''ls published at ihe same office, on a double medium
l'sheet, at TWO DOLLARS a year, in advance; sin
gle eopies,,six ceders.
' Terms of Advertising,
.One insertion, $0 50 One month, _
Two do, 075 Two do,
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;One week, 1, .50 Four do,
Two do, _3`oo \l Six do,
Three do, 400 One year, .
Yearly Advertiisements,
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One Square. - • -Two Squares., -
'Sis month, ' $l5 00 Six Months, 820 00
One year, 20 00 One year, 30 00
Larger advertisements in proportion.
CARDS of four lines, FIVE DOLLARS a year.
• P. C. Shannon.
i '► TTOItNEY AT LAW, Greensburg, Weftmore
, land county, Pa., will practice in the West
°rebind, Indiana, and Cambria courts.
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ATT.ORNEY_AT LAW and Solicitor in Chancery.
• Office in new building, Fifth street, he
tween Wood Mid Smithfield. nugll..
T"TORNEYS AT LANS 7 Office removed to the
r e s cjence of 1 - t, S. Magraw, ou Fourth st.,ooe
'nor from (3iirry ap2l-y
Pittsburgh, Pa. Cifice on Fourth st., between
Smithfield and Grant. marl.4-v
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A TTORNEY AT LAW, office !he building on
ji the North East corner of Fourth um? Smithfield
streets. 7w 11-y
. • RautilLon 4 Druct,
TTOILNF.YS AT LAW, office North shit , •. 0 .
Fifth street, between Wood and Smithfield sts.,
ittsburgh, Pa. Collections made on reasonable
A LDEIO4N, office north side of Fifth street,
Xi between Wood and Smithfield, Pittsburgh.
- Andrew Burke,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, office Smithfield street,
between Fourth street and once,
Alley, op
posite Mr. qco. Weyman's tobacco manufactory.
r James Callan,
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A l TT O RNEY AT LAW, office in the chambers
II; occupied by Alderman Ilf , Masters, on Fifth st.,
between Wood and Smithfield. " aplS-y
office on Fourth street, opposite IL S IL 11.
Patterson's Livery Stable; Pittsburgh. sepl 0-y
Poxward dz. Svrartzlveldcr,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Fourth street between
Wciod and, Smithfield, opposite Patterson , s
ery ;gable. , ap7-y
George P. Glilmore,
A TTOR?.:EY AT LAW, Office in lirned's
ings, 4th st.., above Wood, Pittsburgh, Pa.
C. Orlando L 0
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ATORNEY AT LAW, office Fourth st., above
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A BEELEN has removed his cop/mission and for
• warding business from the , Canal Basin to his
newiwarehouse on Third street, 'nearly opposite the
Post l Office. may3o-y
• Richard Cowan,
A TTOIINEY AT LAW, office in StuerVe build
ings, Fourth st., above Wood. junel9-dwy
ATTORNEY . AT LAW, having returned from
: his European tour has taken an office on the
north east corner of Fourth and Smithfield stn. Per
sons having Had business and papers in the hands of
Samuel Kingston, Esq., deceased, will call on the
above, as all the unsettled business of Mr. Kingston
has been left in his hands. mars-y
ATTORNEY AT L4NV, •Pittshurgh, Pa. Corn
missimer to take the proof and acknowledge
ment of deeds, leases, contracts, deposites or other
writings, to be recorded or used in the States of
ICentucky, Indiana and Tennessee. Office No. SO,
Stuart's buildings, Fourth street. marl -y
Pittsburgh, Pa., having resigned the office of
Secretary P. Nay. and Fire Ins. Co., will attend spe
cially to collections and business connected with
navigation, insurance, accounts and real estate. Bu
siness hours, 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. Office, No.
Stnart , s buildings, (No. SO, Fourth et.,) second door
east of Wood street. fab3- •
Franklin, Venango county, Penna., will attend
promptly to all business entrusted to his care—eid-
Jections made in Warren, Clarion and Jefferson c.o.'s.
J. A. Stockton & Co.
Murphy, Wilson & Co. } Pittsburgh.
John Bigler,
lion. James Kinnear,
fan. Alex. M'Calmont, 1 Franklin. l
lion. James Wilson, Steubenville, Ohio. juy23,y
John A. Parkinson,
ALDERMAN, Fifth Ward, Penn street, between
Walnut and O'Hara streets, where he may he
found at all times. Those haring houses or other
property to sell or rent, can hare the same punctu
ally attended to; debts collected, and all the thitiei
'of an Alderman . will receive prompt attention.
BANICERS and dealers in Foreign and Domestic
- Bills of ..Es.c.hange, certificates of deposit, bank
notes and specie.. Drafts and notes collected, and
, remittances made to any part of the United States,
No. 55 Market street. 'aii7-y
Johnston ko Stockton,
KERS, No. 1:14 Market street. sep
Scriba. et Scheibler, , •
No. 115 Wood street, thrice doors below Fifth,
Pittsburgh, Pa. jan7-y
James Patterson, Jr.,
001171E11 of First and Ferry strAts, Pittsburgh,
Pa.,'manufacturer of locks, hinges and bolts,
tobacco, fuller, mill and timber screws, housen
s crews for rolling mills, &c. septh-y
DENTIST, has, removed to the place of his for
merresidenee in Penn street, two doors below
B. B. Constable,
FALF,R in. Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, S 3
Market street, Pittsburgh. novlo-y
TIRUG and Family Medicine Store, corner o
J Penn and Hand streets, Pittsburgh, Pa., Phy
sycians , prescriptionsaccuratoly compounded. Medi
eines can be had . ct.all hours of the day or night.
Brownsville Juniata Iron Works.
MIBWARD . I.BIGHES manufacturer of . iron and
IA warehouse, Smithfield above Foutth at..
C. A. ItirAilulty dr. Co.,- • •
Cana! Bitsin,Pittaburgh, Pa. mir3dy
.I%artlia Lytle, k.srmi
JFAMILY GROCER, Smithfield street, next dod
to the Filth Presbyterian Church. innefi-y
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Illngraw t 2iitKnight,
v 6 -1,11 8 £ Donnelly-,
Edmund Slioivjen;
rtl , Candless S 71.1PClurc
John W. Burrell,
Charles M. Hays,
James S. Craft,
Edwin C. WII;on,
N. Holmes S. Sou,
Wll2l. A. Ward,
Edgar Thorn's
George Cochrktni
X 1 No. 26 Wood st., Pittsburgh: - 00v.27-y
EO. S. SWARTZ would respectfully inform his
Ur friends and customers that he has removed to
No. 106 Market street, between Filth and Liberty ats.,
east side, where he is •receiving a large and well as
sorted stock of spring goods, to which he would re
spectfully incite their attention. ap3-d6m
New Book Store
lar 8. BOSWORTH & Co., No. 43 Market street,
a nest door to Third street, are just 'opening a
new and ectensive assortment or Books and Station
ery, which they will sell, wholesale and rota), at the
lowest prices. 0p25-y
8..11110EL C. EMI.. GEO. G. LIEOWNE,
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IMPORTERS and manunteturers of Wall Paper
and General Paper Warehouse, No. S 7 Wood
re et; Pittsburgh.
Wm. O'llara Robinson,
y ATE U. S. Attorney, has removed his office to
j No. S St: Clair at. Feptl-y
L. W ilmarth,
LUMBER MERCHANT, office on Penn street,
between Irwin and Hand sm., Pittsburgh, Pa.
All commissions will be promptly attended to. mar4l
School Book and Paper Warehouse.
ukE LOOMIS, Agent, publisher, bookseller and
bookbinder . , No. 89, Wood street, Pittsburgh.
Pilkinton's Unrivalled 111acking,
:s - lo ,.,, t ix te tli sztle aridatNa.dirt,r,ion
all ey, oct2l-y
ANL'I•'9CTCIt}Jt or Lard Oil and dealer in
I- Star . Candles, nail street, ucar Market, S. W.
side. tinut!st-y
W3l. COLEMAN. /MIN F..YEN:4INGS. .Ti,.. W. 11_1/1-ItAN
Colvnioxl, Co,
AyANUFACTLTItERS of Carr,iag.e Springs and
111 Axles, A. 8., and wprMg steel, and dealers in
coach trimmings of every description, manufactory
on St. Clair street, warehouse, 43 Wood street. op
posite St. Charles hotel. juu 3-y
Flint Glass P'.',strti,llklnnealt
Lux A:tit & LEDLi E manufacture and keep
11 constantly en hand ent, moulded and plain
ii7ll: - . , t Glassware in ail its varieties, at their warehouse
ent,ner of Market and IVater streets, Pittstuirgh.—
O ur tvorlts continue in full operation, and we are
constanti; adding to our stock', which elialdes us to
fill orders w:th promptness. Purchasers are 4.cspect
fully solicited to call and examine prices and terms.
sepl6-y -
ot t .o ICuratz,
3f A z i vi c z u t ßE. : .
, two doors below Fiflh street
Pittsburgh, Pa. Always on liana a full assortment or
Plate and Pivot teeth, of a variety of shades. as
simple Plate, Molars and Biscmpidatocip. Gunttenth,
Screw Pivot teeth, &c. Teeth and blocks made to
order; Dentists supplied with all articles in the pro
fession. All orders from abroad must be accompan
ied by the cash.
Platina always - on hand
Dr. 13 qatiel 3.1'3.1r0i
CIFFICP. on Smithfield, three doors from Sisdlt at.,
‘.." Pittsburgh.
Dr. George 'Watt,
OFFICE; No. 77 Smithfield ttrect, near Sixth st..
Pittstnirgh. ; aug2l-y
PIANO FORTE manufacturer and dealer in Mu
sical Instruments, No. 112 Wood seem, near
nuc 19.-y
pAMTER, Fifth, near Market st., Military flags,
Banners, signs, designs tor steamboat sVheel
houses, and fancy" painting °revery description neat
ly executed, at the shodest notice. jy27-d6in
George Bailey-,
PLLT44II ER, and manufacturer of Pumps and 'Ty
drts, which arc superior to and cheaper than
any in tO-Tity. Please to call and examine for your
selves. rlfiurth street,betwcen Smithfield and Cher
ry Alley, Hydrants and pumps replircd. jail 1-y
J. Briar,
RECTIFYING DISTILLER, and wholesale deal
er in Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liguori,
No. 114 Liberty street, and 53 Diamond Alicy, Pitts
burgh, Pa.
11. D. Sellers, D.
T)i.EMOVED to Penn st., between Irwin and Hand
II streets, five doors below Hand st. apls-y
Hugh Arters,
CJIMGEDIsi DENTIST, 118 Liberty street, a few
doors.below St. Clair et., Pittsburgh. ap'2S-y
Ogden & Snowden,
k) sale and retail druggists, and manufacturers of
white lead, red lead and lithar,ge, corner of WOOll
and second sts., Pit:shut:Th. Pa. nor
Martin S. Smith,
SUCCESSORS to Irvine S. Martin, wholesale gro
cers, produce and commission merchants, and
dealers in Pittsburgh manufactured articles, No.
Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa. ap.i-y
Jo bat M'Closkcy,
MAILOR AND cuTrin Ell, Liberty st., between
Sixth street and Virgin .Ile ,south side.
T. D. Williams 4 Co
V V THOLESALE and retail grocers, Forwarding
and commission merchants, and dealers in
country produce and Pittsburgh 111anufirctures. No.
110, Northeast corner of Wood and Fifth streets.
rep. 8.
B. A..Valinestock C
WHOLESALE and retail Druggiits, corner Sixth
and Wood streets. sept2-y
Thomas Miller's
Y 1 STORE, corner of Wood and Fourth etreetx,
Pittsburgh 14-
Stereit dr. Co.,
AXTHOLESALI4 and retail dealers in foreign and
t domestic Wines and Liquors, exclusively,
No. IS Market street. apS-p
P. C. Martin,
WHOLESALE . and retail Grocer and dealer in
Foreign and Domestic IVITICS and Liquors,
Foreign and Domestic Fruit, Nuts, &m., Nu. GO Water
street. seps-y
'Lambert & NlxiptoM
sson Mercersn
and Pittsburgh manutlicturns, NUB. 133 and 13 p 3 r I o N ' 'nd e
street, Pittsburgh' .
Pa. feta:) ,
John Scott & Co.,
Merchants, No. 7 Commercial Row, Liberty
street, Pittsburgh. 1 a I 9-y
J. dr. J. M'Devltt,
W il a ° n L d E l S 'i ‘ t t tLgh n i ° n.a C t i u l k S' etotirceals ° g r e e n i e n r a r y o d
N u c o e
224 Liberty, opposite 7th street, Pittsburgh. ap2B-y
John M. Mellor,
WHOLESALE and retail dealer in Music and
Musical Instruinents, Piano Fortes, School
Books and Stationery, No. 122 Wood street, Pitts
burgh. janl-v
James Park, Jr., dr: Co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, importers of tin plate
and queensware, and dealers in copper and
Pittsburgh manufactured articles, Nos. 112 and 114
2nd it., between Wood and Smithfield sta. jal4-nl4-y
Select, School
WM. MOODY respectfully announces to his old
friendSi.liat he intends opening a Select School
in this city, on the firvt Monday of April next, in the
basetnenteif the Third Presbyterian Church. mar2l.-t
• ft.. E. Sellers,
HOLESALE DRUGGIST, and dealer in dye
_`'Y stuffs,, paints, oils, varnishes, &c., No. 67,
Wood street, Pittsburgh. 3-octy
Dr. Win. N. Wright,
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DENTIST, Office and residence in
. te----., 1 -- St. Clair st., a few doors below Lib
erty, "near the Enhance Hotel.
marl I-7
M. C. Edcy,
mo.iation of travelers, at the career of Serimil and
novls-y ; strecta., sloth will be known tie the Dorm
District Dotal.
Ile it now prepared . to nicer curry accommodation
and every eolo Curl to : the tr,,aeler, at very. tooder-ate
charges. Ile is prO , ,ided tt ith ample an..i Conve:eitilt
New Drug Store.
JOHN D. MORGAN. 'fr . /Went& and Retail
Druggist, No. 93 Wood street, one door South
of Diamond Alley, Pittsburgh:—The subscriber
has just received from tlre:Eastern cities, and is now
opening at the above stand, a full assortment of
articles in his line, consisting of Drugs of all kinds,
Dye Stuffs, Paints and Varnishes, Chemicals,
&c., together will all cud, articles as are usually
kept for sale at a wholesale and retail drug store.
His stock is entirely new, and has been selected
with care. He is confident that his articles, both
asto quality and price, will please such as may fa
vor him with a call. 7 my9l.
John M. Townsend,
ket street, three doors above Third street, Pitts
burgh, will have constantly on hand a well selected
assortment of the best and freshest Medicines, which
he will sell on the most reasonable terms. Physi
cians sending orders will be promptly attended to,
and supplied with articles they may rely upon as
Physicians' prescriptions will be accurately and
neatly prepared from the best materials, at - any hour
of the
,day . or night.
Also, for sale, a large stock of fresh and good
erfinnery dec 30d
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PrasiklY*House„Vottrth stree:ti, - 2
between Smithfiekt.and Grant 'Streets, Pittssbargh
CHIRISTIAN SCHMERTZ, Proprietor, respect
fully informs , his friends and ;the public general
ly, that he will open. the above splendid House on
the Ist day of May nest.
The House being new, and finished in she most
commodious and 'convenient manner; and'having it
furnished with thenevvest and mist beutitid style of
furniture; flatters himself that ho will he able to ac
commodate his friends and the tra'veiling public, in a
manner not inferior to any similar establishment in
the city.
As the House is situated near the Court House, ar
rangements have been made to serve up meals at any
hour in the day, tliis will be great convenience to
those who are in attendance at court.
n - Iteircslititenta of all -kinds can be had. Boar
ders taken by the week or day.
sr - Lunch everyday at 11 o'clock, A. M.
IVaslitugton Hotel,
T AmEs A RmsTRoNG, Proprietor, Corner ofA
ty Clair and Penn streets, Pittsburgh, the prone
tor begs knee to return his most patella tha)f'bu to .
his friends and the public for past favors, and. hopes,
by attention, to merit a continuation of therr patron
age. The house is pleasantly striated var the Ex
change; it has accommodations for 0 - 0 - dors, and a
large room for public meetings, dimierior supperpar
Rerreslonctits ready, or prepared on the
shortest notice, with the choicest the liarlict will af
ford. Gysters and td,,ster Simp, also Fred] Shell
Oyliters, rescued every der dining the season. The
g.rentest care has been talom in the selection or wines
and liquors. A sarietr of newspapers are regularly
tiled in the establishment,
P. S. A !lot Lund& sem cd up evory day at I I, A
M. up IS-v.
Canal Lloat nous . c
811. DOSS Err, Penn street, Pithibuigh, Penna.
Boarding and lodging, hy the day or week, on
the most reasonable terms. Strangers will find it to
their advantage to patronize him. Peisuns travelling
east or west will timid this house a conveni en t 1 00 ,
Lion—it is within one hundred yards of the canal
basin, and convenient to the forwarding biol.:es_
iuforrnation given to Iron Manufacturers in
:al branches ar the business.
flume brewed ale can at all times be had at the
. nos I 0-v
Lafayette lirfrectory
XI - 051. GI and 6.3. Wood street, under fund's Auc
tion store. The ,111...:Cribert , have fitted op the
above pace rtyll . , and they feel assared
trill IZOC, comfort anti satls;ictiou to all %eh° may
visit thcnt.
Arrangements !rive bet made to have a constant
supply of Fresh ()livers, which v,lii be served up to
visitors and timid! , a on the shortest notice. (fiber
luxuries, candies, fruit and pastries of' the choicest
kinds always on hand. Their Par is tilled with the
beNt brands the l'Ultio,t cart third; and ltrtgalia, Cas
tello, Principe and I favanna Cigars r e f superior
tut Every attention paid to visitors. Thi;:r motto
is tt e very luxury iii ita inruferate.
nrtv 10-y OGDEN & GIBSON.
Burn: :31.1 vitt
Ts..tAr mullig;cl,:, formerly of tho Unioa Mtn!
0:1 slrvot, !;a%111;; been Irlrat out, ha, built
a 0", And 11:111iLIGHIC exprt..,s:y fur: ho acroin-
, .. ... .........
• ; "The. Nurseries ake very correctly manad. saP--
! alvind QyCry pita ctl tity-I;morn, a detail o f winch
LI. V. FTERLIT. JACOB WI - lAVEII i i • - . ....
, • . : I WOO OCOlpy 1. 4 '0 thue;, 01 our ,pace, we therefore
i,L't TERETT & Co., tvlio c,..iie eiki retail dmders in
Market,„,,,tent mime:, CS WA h sMtiog that the stock is very
01 Foreign Wioes and Liquors,. earner of , large, and in
e , iere l s , agn
and Front ntrcets, Pdtshurgh. Pa.
In HtEsT ,IND tt4AMENTAL Titc.Es., EvEß
klerences—AVm. Ito-lines & Co., I lortry I. Sel, '''P - 10:t.EliNS,SIIIIURS,!VI.NES AND CREEPERS, with
•Wm Fichliaum, It. Weal er. - I a c_,,,idlection of herbabeemis p
ci Lint s, fruit trees of the I
Their :stock has tern ,:eiected v. ith great care. and' beTkin4 and most Ikalthv condition, large beds of'
onsasta of the choicest qualinex muitable for O no mar- e
.miii - iing apples, peirSi plums, &c., mistocks for bad-
km, to which they would renpeetfully call atteotam i ding and graff i ng; 4 'iplan very iiiipernir tn that of
and solicit a sharr nfpolilm patronage. It mania-nes ! wrirk , „ ,
snelii , il„,
t v. hich carry with them into
the following to east.a and bottler:
I the grail all the dineaken of the parent stock. ” •
IVines—Maderiax, Sherries, Lislions, TeneritTiri, „ i;Anng: , scrim
elf the finest
i t have been
Ports, MalagasCalabriaa. Liquors—Bran:lnn, Gies. I
~ i scattered osier the cbmitry from these grounds, and'
hums, and Whiskies.
" 3 '''''''' I may always lie depended upon. The seed munblish-
!mem of these Ilifitictiltarists is ono of the most ex-
i teanve in the Union, and its reputation is well sustain- I
i cd from weir to veay. d
' , To o'bdiate tite'clinnee of mixture of the firina of
the plants of the same family, they have established
I another nursery at a siiita We ;li , itane , , $0 that degtme
ration cannot take place, and which secures to the
purchaser a 4 ;,7 , :tuinl urtic!e: ! , :nore:r i g thu s the
age, quality and proe , r, , , of col:ore of every plant,
'the nappiv iron thc.r! grounds is recommended with
great cont . ' lance." 1 .
~,• Since the date Ili the 'Report , from which the
above is cxtracted, tliii entire establishment Las-been
greatly enlarged. The collection of Camellias em
braces all the finer kinds, and consist.: of some thou
sands of various sizes no likewise with hoses, and
other desirable plants, bath tendy and hardy; fruit
trees, &c.
The Seed Gardens alone corer fifty acres, and Use
whole ia, as it h•in broil for more than hull' a century,
under the successive Management of father and sun,
the most prominent in America.
irr Orders received, by F. L. SNOWDEN, fro m
whom catalogues may he received gratis. mar9-y
Exchance Hotel,
LEN DROWN, PnoPnirpon.—':'runs $l,OO per
day. Thou nderrigned, formi , rly of the Merehants
Hotel, corner of Wood and Third iitreets, has leased
this superior establishment, and furn,hed it anew
thro:rahout, with new beds, ilea- licadiatz and new
furniture. Great care has been Laser] to till his cel
lar with the choicest viand!s. A handsome omnibus
and a baggage wagon are pronlded for the uae of hie
guests, and a Porter will be in attendance at all hours
to meet the demands of the traa clter. The long ex
perience of the underyigned in tins linsinerrii, assures
him that his eaanest purpose to satisfy ail who call,
cannot be unsuccesslid. lie feels altogether at lib
erty to promise his via:tots 3 CWIIIUTI3bie and cleanly,
abode, liberal entertainment, and a hearty welcome,
at a moderate capenne. ALIENit ROWN
C o-Partnermhip
CULEM AN !laving, no the first day
IT January, inst., ns,ociated with him Jas. W.
Hallinan and J . All F. Jennings, under the name and
style of Coleman, Ilailman & co., will now have in
creased facilities Sur ananuilicturing Steel Springs,
hammered aces, American Hinder and Spring Steed,
&c., to which the attentioM of dealers is respectfully
solicited, and hope by strict attrition to business, to
merit a continuance to the new firm the favors no lib
erally bestowed upon him. Factory on St. Clair st.
—warehouse 43 Wood st., opposite the St. Charles
Hotel, where. can to t,uud a good asioirttnent of
Springs, Axles, A. H., and Spring Step!, and Coach
Trinunings of eve!). description, together with Iron,
Nails and Pittsburgh mmiiiiictureci articles. CG — Tim
highest price paid for scrap iron. jan22
A. Pullout,
'DELL AND BRASS FOUNDED, has rebuilt and
commenced business at his old stand, No. 70
Second, between Market nod Ferry streets, where
he will he pleased to see bin old customers and
Church, stranilioat, and bells of every size, from
10 to 10,000 pounds, cast from patterns of the most
approved models, and warranted to be of the best
Mineral Water Pumps, Counters, Railing , &c. &c.,
together with every variety of Brass Castings, if re
quired, turned and finished in the neatest manner.
A. V. is the sole agent fin &Mill's Anti-Attraction
Metal, so justly celebrated for the reduction of fric
tion in machinery. The boxes and composition can
be had of him at all times. noyl3-y
Franklin Machine Works.
rpHE, subscriber having been removed by the
1. great fire to Allegheny. is prepared to make
Steam and Fire Engines,-Hydratilic and Screw
Presses, for oil, tobacco or any other purpose, and
machinery generally. ! S. GWYNNE,
Frhnklin Machine Works,
On Rebecca street and Bank lane, West of Federal
street, Allegheny city
N. 8.. Orders left in Pittsburgh with Mr. S.
Cuthbert, in Market street, 2 doors below Third
street, will meet with prompt attention.
mayl 1.
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THE subscriber would respeetylly inforia his
friends and the public in general, that his new
!Factory is now completed, and wftli a large addition
i to his machinery, he is prepared to make considerd
hie 'quantities of a superMr article of Lard Oil,
which he is determined tosrell cheap, fully apprecia
ting the old proverb, that , a. nimble sixpence i s
worth more than a sloe shilling. , , its feels coati
dent that consumers >could find it to their advantage
to give him a call ogd examine for themselves.
Woolen manufitaurers, machiniSts and others, are
respectfully invifed to examine his superior tel,Tiftli
street, near Market, opposite Itunker , s Confection
ary store, and Messrs. Samuel APClorken & Co.,
Liberty street. --' M. C. EDEY,
/ Pittsburge Lard Oil Manufacturer.
A superior quality of Star Candles, always on hand,
of assorted sizes. mar.l4-y
.:41. 1 1;4
LI; P 44:1 -..f!:
She has on hand and intends keeping, a large as
sortment of Ornamental Hair Work, such as Ladies'
Wigs, Bamls, Braids, Curls, Necklaces, Guards,
Bracelets, Finger Rings, &c: Gentlemens• Wigs,
Tanprics, Scratches, &c.
Alm. R. has been for many yearn engaged in the
bUNiI)P,S iii Franite and the United Staten, and from
her long and experjence, she feels confident in being
able to give saint:teflon to all who will taco her
with their patronage. tier prisms are more liberal
than have been olfesed in this city heretofore.
mar 17-ly
AVE the pleasure to anniumee to their friends
tont they again occupy their old stand at No.
83, Wood street, 0 here they have opened an exten
siNe WALL PAPER WAREHOUSE, and will have
contently on handian extensivO assortment of Satin
.4la-ted and plam PAPER HANGINGS, Velvet and
Imitation Borders iof the latest ntyle; and most hand
some patter n:4 for 13apering halls, parlors and cham
'11, 7 manninctqr. 'and Lave on hand at all times.
Printing, Writing, 'Letter, 14'ra•,ping and Tea
Bonnet and I'ulleri..9 lloarda—all of which they infer
for sale on the latiat accommodating terms, and to
n inch they incite) the attention of inetchanta and
otherv. •
ALSO—Blank flf'?oks of all kinds and the het final
ity, School flookr, : &c., al, 'on hand and for nide
as above. a ail 25
Lauri rct h's 164,irrrinted Ganten. Seerlx,
j ECT 1,10-01 LADELPHIA. Each paper
I j bears the laitel and warranty of ft tern LIN
! totvrit. For sale bi F. L. SNOWDEN, Rio. Y) Water
st., at the stand forMtrly occupied by G , 20. A. Berry.
Extract from the ‘l4 , •port of the Visiting Committee
Of the reattiyllaiuu H. , rt:eultuxal sbaelet:.; uaao
mously adopted and ordered tla be printed.
"These extensisct grtmuds are on Federal street,
near the Arsenal. • The carlicateallec
;don of C:traellMe rho made here. Some pf those
note in posseasion of those distinguished nurgecy ro ,,,
are ten feet high. I • 7 . • • The selection ofl
Grscr.Xt-LIOUSE CLATCri is Valuable and e t+lllSi
rpm; subscriber begs leave respectfully to return
_IL his grateinl ackuowlegementa for the liberal pa
trontike bestowed upon him fir years past, and par
ticularly to those who "so genermoily patronized hint
since his misfortune by ;the late tire. Having consid
erably enlarged his to:lines by associating with \Vtn.
11. Roberts as a partner, he would earnestly tiolicit a
continuance of former favors to the new firm of
Roberts tiz Kane, and be trusts that by prompt atten
tion to business they Will give general satistliction.
M. KANE, Jr.
The subscribers woilld respectfully inform their
friends and the public that they have removed to
their new vvarehouso on 'Third between Market4itztl
Wood streets, south side, where they truszgliv strict
attention to business, to merit a sha.rdf„of public pa
tronage. They solicit attention to their extensive.=
stick on hand, which has hem' got up With great care,
in the latest style and MoSt substantial manner, con
sisting in part of the following ankles, viz:
Mahogany Wardrobes,„
Book Case tend Secretaries,
Sectimi Back son's;
" • Plane do.,
Victoria Chairs,
French; do,
Plain do, ,!
Centre .I"ables, •
• " Card i do,
Bureaue of every doscription,
End T.ibles,
Marble Top Pier do,
!St Sofa do, • ti
Dressing Bureaus,,
46 Wash Stands,
Mahogany Work Stands,
Hat RaCks,
Rocking Chairs,
Sewing do,
" Music Stools,
Arm Chairs,
French Bedsteads,
" Butlers' Trays.
Mahogany, cherry and poplar bedsteads, warrant
ed proof against bugs, and superior to any now, offer
ed to the public. Also, a variety of Windsor chairs,
of the best quality,and a% new style of arm chair with
spring seat, well adapted for °dices or Societies, with
a variety , of other articlOs too nutnoiOns to mention.
Wo have at considerable expense ;introduced into
our new factory on Front street, a steam engine uith
machinery, which will enable us to sell, wholesale
avid retail, at reduced prices.
The attention of Western Merchants, and persons
mOving West, is invited! to bur new and extensive
establishment. -- Western Cabinetmakers are also re
(ideated to give us a call, as they will find they can
pdrchase from us for lees than they can manufac
tute. Orders from a distanie will receive- prompt
at ention, and furniture will be carefully packed.
pteamboats and hotels!furnished at the
tics and on favoinble terms. ROBERTS & KANE.
B. Undertaking in all its branches attended to
mary of Christian' Doctrine as used by the
German Reformed Church, English and German.—
For sale at our store, bid. 115 Wood st. Pittsburgh.
fell SCR/UA & SDHEIBLER f Booksellers.
Lard 01/ - at a 114;duced Pi lce
Ornamental Ilair Work
Allegheny City, siz• doors Pont the
Aqueduct, opposite the Collector's
'Office, wishes to inairm the pub
lic that she has just commenced
the Ornamental flair business,
and has a very superior stock, re
ceived from the Eastern cities and
Paris. ' and she is prepared to till
all orders nt the shortest notice,
and in a manlier that cannot be
excelled by any similar manufac-
Jame• Flowar . d6; Co
:i:.:T.:..:; • : , f::'.... -,- :: .. i .. ':....i: - . , .•:'-,:5.: . ,'::;':•,.',;••::',' ,
G. IV. Diddle, Dentist.
FIVE doors above the Canal
Bridge, Penn street, perlbrms all
operations on the Teeth satisfac
f i t
ade one in
o f e lL g — re l a l t 6 e v' s i t ri improvements lately ni
forceps, that has ever appeared be . -
fore the puld;C, he has been able
to extract teeth with such ease
as to asthilish.all those who have
availed themseliTs othiS services.
Pittsburgh, Toly 18-16-ly
PLE - M II En Ain MA : , i't7FACTrILI:II OP
Pumps nu.d . i[lydravits,
Which are superior to and cheaper than
any in the city.
Please to`"eall and marine for yourselves.
ir:rHydrants and Pumps repaired. Jan 1-w6.4zdy
1%1 o• O 6 Simpson's 1.1,:col;,
J UST received a general assortment of seasonable
fancy and staple Dry Goods, bought from man
ufacturers and importers, (and not at Auction,) at
the lowest caishprices,all of which will be warnint
ed sound mid perfect. :
Pyramidical Graduated Robes.
Embroidered and Striped Tin latau Robes.
Figured .
Organdy Graduated
Sup. Sup. French Lawns.
Embroidered Berages.
Polka arid Mazurka Berages•
French Gingham Lawns.
French, Scotch and American Ginghams.
Black Satin Striped Berages.
Mad: and Colored Balzorines.
Fancy . Dress Silks, Plain, Figured and Striped.
Plain Black Silks.
Watered and Striped Silks.
Silk Warp Alpaca.
den• style De Lamm's.
Fine Chinizes.
Swiss _Muslin, plain and figured.
Bishop Luii i , .l. u :ouct.
Plain mid Iturie.l Candnic.
Nansook and Victoria Lawns.
Border'd Linen Carnlirie.lfillifs.
Revere Bordered Cambric!hrs.!
[l'm tick Cambric Ilandkerehief.
Tape loriler'd a
(Lill. Swiss, Jaconet and Thread Edgings and
Linen Carobv:cs.
inside Co!hrs.
Outside do
• Rich Styles of lionnet Ribbone.
ti ick.lo:.enl s linporudion of Light Dark Kid
Long and Short Nott (.Notes and Ma's.
LiAhi Thread and Embroidered Silk Gloves.
ILAWLs.. a
Pliin Thibet. embroidered, new style Cashmere,
embroidered De Laine.printed. black fillet P.oelena
and Bemge Shim Is, Scarfs and Cravats, black and
colored Silks, &c.
nide to orles. lhe new and im'p:tevetl styles,
td J. & SA CINDERS. Mune tacture.
cLoTti S. CASSIMERES, 2 , k e.
All the celebrated makes or French and F,ny,-
lish Cloths; :;-4 and 6-4 doe shin Cassimere: diago
nal cord Cassimere : new style impressed 'French
Cassimere, inimitable; with a variety of English
and American Cassimere; a general zw.iortrnent of
II11:qi LlN'N's
Of the mess improved makes, dressed and undriss•-
ed or sort finished, hand spun and grass bleached,
warranted all flay.
Parasols, Parasaks and Sun Shades.
Superior Checks, Cotton and Linen together with
a stock of domestic and Staple Goods, not surpas
sed by any other house in the west. ' Buyers are
camestly requested to call tiid examine the stock
previous to purchasing elsewhere.
myl4-3m No. 17,1 Market st.,Pirt,l urrh, l'a
T N. LOGAN, has removed to No 83, Wood
tl . street, one door below Diamond Alley, to the
store lately occupied by Clark & Cameron, where he
has opened a Wholesale and Retail. Dry Goods Store,
land having just returned from the Eastern .Cities, is
opening a new and well selected stock of Goods,
consisting of French, English and American cloths,
(all colers,l_a great. variety of new style, Cassimerea
and Saliiietts; Cailimaretts, (a new ttyle;) 'Oregon
Cassitnere, a good stock of summer cloths of all
kinds; late style Vestings; also,' a great Variety of
Lawns and Gitighains; Pyramidical Graduates and
other fancy patterns; a variety of prints G to :26 cents
per yard; a very superior lot of white goods, consist
ing of India Linen, Damask Plaid, Striped Cambric; .
Victoria Lawn, striped and plain Molt; Swiss Lace
' and barred Muslin; figured and plain Bobinets; black
and Mae black Silks; plain, figured and striped; a
large assortment of Irish Linens; bleaChed brown ;
Muslins; table Diaper; Marseilids Co 'unterpanes;
(large size;) Moreen; a good supply•of Umbrellas,
Parasols, Parasoletts and Sunshades; a very large as
sortment of men, women, and children's Hosiery; a
very fine article of Lisle Thread Hose and Gloves,
and many otherarticles not enumerated. He would'
reel - meth - illy invite his former customers and the pub
lic generally, to an examination of his stock, to
which be expects to make additions regularly.
a p 1-y
"Ile who in pleasure's downy arms
Ne , er lost his health, or youthful charms,
A hero lives, and justly can
Exclaim—"ln me behold a man!"
DURING A TRIAL of a %umber of years, .Dr,
Thompsun's PILLS have been found an inval
uable remedy in cases of indigestion, bilious com
plaints, for derangements of the digestive organs and
obstructions, a sluggish action of the liver and bow , :
els, which occasion more or less the following symp
bons, viz: heartburn, giddiness, acidity, head-ache,
sickness, spasm. and flatulent distention of the stom
ach and bowels, drowsiness and dimness_ of sight,
an uncomfortable sensation experienced at the pit of
the stomach soon after eating, with a feeling of weight
or oppression, appetite impaired, breathing difficult,
tenderness about the region of tholiver, riowels ir
regular, sometimes obstinately 'costive, with languor
and depression of spirits. Price 25 cents per box.
Prepared by the sole proprietor,
EDGAR THORN, Druggist,
corner Hand and Penn sts., Pittsburgh, To.
Also sold by all the principal druggists in the city. 1
je 23
William McKee.
STILL continues in his old business of manullictur
ing Wagons, Carts, Drays, Timber Wheels,
Trucks, and Wheelbarrows, on Fifih street, between
Wood and Smithfield, where ho keeps constantly be
hand, or made to order in thp shortest notice, any
amount of work, by the best of workmen :mil "good
materials, and at prices to suit the times. Those
engaged in the Santa Fe trade, and Furnace mon,
are requested to give him a call before purchasing
elsewhere. ap7.l
John Cartwright
CHITLER and Surgical Instrument Alanulltcturer,
I L ) No. 140 Wood street, two cjpors from Virgin al
ley, Pittsburgh, Pa. Always otehand an extensive
assortment of Surgical and Dental instruments,
Bankers', Tailors', hatters', Hair Dressers , and Tan
ners' Patent Shears, Saddlers , Tools, Trusses, Sze. •
j 024
kJ which stand unequalled by .. any Medicine
known for the cure of Liver Complaint, and other
diseases arising from a _deranged state of the Liver.
This medicine has been in public use for about S
years; and has acquired a reputation for curing:.
the liver Complaint which - has. neveibeen equalled
by any remedy heretofore offered to, the public.
As an Anti-bilious, or Purgative Pill, they are -un
surpassed and. should be need in place of the em
mon pills of the day. Give them a: trial and the
truth will appear. Prepared and sold-by.
57 Wood sreet.
;-:7 „ s ht~-;;,rte > *~ xr, , x r~`'..~~ :.~...;e...'
N. 13.—Two or thrce goodworkmcn can .have
ernplqmenr, by 'flaking immeditite application.
JADITS /111. A g ELT, /OW& J., 2grrettzr,
,Aldertkap.; Attarney at Law.
CONTINUE to attend toLtheilelling, and renting
of Real tho,City,olPittsbiggh and vi
cinity. Having dkerrained to clavete . a large portion
of theitithne to this brancli _of business, they with
confidence solicit a share of the patronage of the
public; from the facility" they pOsseas and the e;fieri
ence th4y have (the Senior partner having been I en
gaged in the Real Estate Agency for near 20 yeirs . ,)
they believe that they will give general satisfaction.
Office'on Penn st., near the U. S. Hotel, and Smith
field ist., - ,between Diamond Alley and Filth street.
t i
c!i. and
Fif V, l 7 h r i a t i n n g P
. _ r d liTarl m zet 'ar s c treel . s.
„ h ; ! ~ . The liberal patronage giv
-1 '. c I en to this establishment by
his &fends and the public induces the proprietor,
R- -
I )
in order to encourage perseverance and industry a
monehisu;tudents, to offer on the Ist ofOctober next,
an premiums TWO GOLD PENS; elegantly mounted
in silver pencil cases. One to be awarded to any
member ends class F,r the greatest proficiency in
Hook-keeping. ' and the other to any member of his
class for' the Ilest specimen and , reatese improve
ment in Mercantile Penmanship. ' Day and Evening,
Classes. ?hours rd . business until Ist of Ociober,
to 4,and,31 to lg. P. M.: ' nepl : g ---- iirt;i7;;iii)n;;;;.(l - i , T.r --- ii;s ---- u
- -:-..-.-: rpatee C ompany. -*
;Office, No. 21; Ifiufra. • S.'i•cd. • -
DI 11 . Fe - tO.IIN :- '
71/ i chnel Aqen, --- IVilliaiti Ebbs,
C. Anbii terzl, _ --- I . LCWIS .1 tiltaliZarl,
-Tilos. 13ake \veil, FrecT.Trirenz, -- -
-1-to bort
. peer. ' Prri
James May,
11' \V. l'oindexter.
, - M. ALLEN, Pres't,
Ilontut Fixxx - s., SecTetary.
ang 21 '4O rrl .. 1
John D: Dovlo t
Comm . of-Wood and Filth streets, Pittsburgh,
is ready to*eccive merchariclize of every deicriptidie
on consignMent for public or private safe, and from
long experience in the abcWe busines, flatters himself
that ho will be able tegive entire satisfaction to all
who mav'f4vor hire with their patronage. I. ••
Regular 10es. on !Mondays and Thursdays of Dry
!Goods and Fancy articles, at 10 o'clock, A.M.
Of groct, ,, ries, Pittsburgh manufaCtired articles,
no, and second hand furniture,
Sales every evening at early gas-Tight. ailgl2-y
43.veniions Outdo/tr. by Nature. ,
rpms ail,'is obtained froth a well iii;;Tiorlsville,
1. Kentucky, at the depth of 185 feet below the
Isurface of fhe earth; and In feet through solid rock.
I Its curative'properties are truly astonishing, and as
j a Remedial , Ment it may well be pronounced won
derful. Sinee the.discovery of this Panacea of Na
tote, toinibers of reinarkable cures have been effect
led by its 'use. It is Innocent—Powerthl- 7 Safe and
Certain in its effects. It has been used with unpar
allelled success in the treatment of the following
!diseases: inflammatory Rheumatism,' Burns and
Scalds, Chnlic, Piles, Flatulence, Inflanirnation of
the KidneyS, Deafness, Consumption, Liver Corn
; plaint, Plata:sic, Schld Dead, Cancers, Weak and
ISore Eyes,:l Bruisels, Fresh Cuts and' Wounds,
Sprains and Strains,: Dropsy, Pains in the Breast and
Side, Tetter, Influenza, Ulcerated Sore - Throat,
Consumptioii, Bronehitis, Spasms, Ulcers, Spinal
Affections, Scrofula or Eines Fvil, Coughs, Syphilis,
Ringworm, all Bowel Com Plaints, all Ciatinic dis
eases, Impurities of the Blood and General Debility.
It is likewise) very beneficial for Female Complaints
in general; acts as a great Restorative from Languor,
weakness of Back and Chest, Low Spirits and Exces
sive Debility;;
Read the following Certificates, all of which are
authentic . ; all: Rlie persons therein named are now
living, and Biel) known in Cincinnati:
,j . Px - rrestmew, Aug 22 1846.
This is to Certifv that we have used the'.,imerican
Oil for tho wbooping'cougb; among our children, by
giving them from 2tEdrops to a small tea spoonful at
night, which always enabled them to rest welt through
the night. Li also applied it to one of the children
that got her arm burnt by turning over a tea cup of
hot coffee on It, the child seased crying by-the. Limp
the arm was liressed:and betind up, and has never
complained of since. I also was afflicted With a
pairfin my side ano breast, and have been so for 16
years. I commenced using 'the Oil by taking a tea
spoonful twice a clay! and in 3 or four days using of
the oil I havetien very much relieved, and do really
:believe that itis the best family medicine that I have
ever seen. Lapplied it to one of my neighbor'a for
a strainetrancte, which relieved her in a few minutes.
We have also; used the oil fora strained joint in our
own family; which gave. ease in a very short time.
We live on the east side OfPenn st., 3 doors south ofj
Walnut I anti now tie well as 1 ever was in my life
Prrrsnuncix, Aug. 14,1846.
This is to certify, that iny salt has had the Plethisic
,fo -- r seven yeari, and was very bad with it, and about
.111 or 15 day% since, l l commenced giving to him
TiliO4.2o.cir„liteidrops of the American Oil, twice a
dap. \v him in a day or two of his diffi
eult3. of - breathing, and. he is now entirely - relieved
of his cough; our boy is 10 -year4of age. - Welivein
King9s Alley. - I i NANCY KING.
CINCINN ATI, July Ist, ISilti.
Sir: Having' l been cured of a very severe drase
of the eyes and head , by the use of the Am -.leap
Oil, 1 feel it my duty to the public, as well ai4;:tcqyciu,
to send you the following certificate: - • 1
I hereby certify that:l was severely afffieted[ one
year ago last winterj Nith inflamed sore eyes ti)id a
very severe pain in my head from myeYes pp t the
top of my head, and continued so for several w eks.
141 v eyes were SO much inflamed and _sere at 1
could not sue to attend business, nor could tell
one object from another a few yards from me. I'
called in a -physician, ,bot'still got worse. rah°
tried a good ninny remedies that had cured -oers;
but in my case:they failed. In April,-1845 - , I hard
of the American Oil. I proeured a bottle; and be
fore I had usedia half a "bottle I -was entirely Well,
and still continue so.' I will not be without itiri my
house as long as I can get the genuine article. - lolso
gave it to one Or my men that waa , ii'arking recine,
that had the fetter in his hands so had that when . he
would grip anything tight in them the blood wOuld
burst out, and the-use of half a bottle cured us both.
I would advise all that are ,aillicted .in any. way. to
give the Oil alifilir trial;and I think they will be
pleased with the etTect it will have, fice. '
, • . !i, '• 1 . JOHN 141E11PHY,
. .
Sold at One Dollar 'per Bottle at Jackson's Patent
Medicine Warehouse; S 9 Liberty, head of Wood st.;
Pittsburgh. T/3E:ONLY:PLACE IN PiTTSFL'AGFI where
the Genuine .117iierican Oil caw be obtained.
Beware of a CountOrfeit artiele. The Seneca Oil:
Ind in American Oil I3ottles, and labelled
scan Oil;" It somewhat resembles. the American
a)il, bat possesSes mac of its vitiates or healingpoW
:ors: ,;
Jackson respectfully interims the Public that
& Co., die proprietors of the American Oil,
hare appointedihim their SOLE AGENT for West- ,
ern Pennsyritanta. ; ! "
All persOns wishing
I Snb-agencies Will apply -at 89
liberty. street; abovn.
N:l3. Sub-aients wanted for erery town in the
above District. r, •
-A great number of certificates are on hand and
can be seen at the office, 89 Liberty, street, head of
Wood. aug 2&-ly
;".5. S:7
THE undersigned havingaiaposed of his Estab.
liahment, No, 112 iVrarket at., to Mr. Thomas
. ,
A:Hinton, would cordiallyrecornmend him, to his
friends and the publie generally, as one every way
worthy of their patronage.
ang22 A. 31 . *CANAION.
The undersigned,, having purchased the large and
extensive stock of Boots, Shoes, &c, belonging to
A. Areammrin, .N o. 1,12 Market street, one dooi
from Liberty, will continue to conduct thSbusiness
in all its branches, and trusts that by a strict often
lion to!basiness, and an ardent disposition to please,
he will meet ti„ continuation of the patronage so
liberally bestowed upon his predecessor.
EL, AV'Llitstms ,
,Select Schoixt,.
Eat Federal .11d 11.0bill8011
streets, Allegheny, will ,contincitOn
.its Fall
session on Monday the 31st inst. • '. • -
ProFt Professor R. H. Lee, H'izsliiitgton Cothie, - and
Having attended nn examination, of the. school
taught by Mr. Williams.; we take pleasure ••io
ing our testimony, to
,the-evidonce airwraeilb - y it of
the unusual skill aitd labor of •Mr: Thd
understanding of the - ply:rip/a °CHM subjects which
the scholars had. been. ; studying, shown - by their
clear answers to questions asked-by others than the
teachers, prove the ex - et:Hence of the New England
modes.of teaching; in which Mi. Williams seems td
be proficient. R. 11. LEE, ••
. • .
rfai4 the Rev. Mr. Preside., Doctor 4.111,*
Having attended in csandifition of fho Select
- School under the - care of Mr. Henry Williams, herd
recently in his school tooth, Corner of Federal and
Robinson . : streets, Allegheny city, we wish, te'sall
public attention to this institution. We were.higlilY
gratified with the progress and order ofhis:slihoo - 1.-:
This manner of simplifying and illustrating the: dif
ferent branches is peculiarly happy; awl_ well calciir=
fated to .give interest to the pupils. His mode of.
teaChling them. to read struck ue as novel,. and one
that cannot fail to make good readers:
From the. knowledge that. we' have. of Mr.
character as a teacher', hi& zeal - , ficelity - afnil
sligcess ; secordially recornmend•liiria to the' patron: .
age of the ptiNie: Hie location is eleeible.for bokli
cities. . DAVID HUNT,
I attended the above examination, and canjandy
say wasmuch gratified with the attaintment of
pupils . , war. 'PRESTON.
University Law
I School: • •- RE FALLef this department of the
Western University; }'rill commence in the new
University Building, on the .F.trtsr IlloNDAY,o,Sre;
Tf.inrat nest, and the SPItING SESSION of 1817_,
ins - titution having so far recovered from the
effects of the 'great fire of April last year; as - to have
the.nely,buildin,g nearly completed with - increised
acCOMmodations for all its departments, it Is hoped
thafthe Law Schoollwill be found to 'present increas
ed IT:Jollities and attractions to those who desire to
pursue a regular and thorough cotirseof 'educa
tion, and to prepare themselves creditably Ihr ad,
mittance to the bar.
There will be daily recitations li±,lig clalises on
assigned lessons, so arranged* to embrace, within
a .two .years course, all the principal and most int.
portant ,bradebes, of - . the law. Occasional
on law and egility, will also be delivered as-partrot
Tilt MOOT' Couirr, designed for assisting students
iu - a.cqUiring knowledge and_ zeadiness
tire of the law will be resumed. as soon ai.the auto ,
ber of students wiltjuslify,,The degree of: liiimc-
LOB. or LA* will'he conferred on stUdeute of tlig
institution, according the rules usual in midi - Itistitiz
_ . •
Any further information that niay be rennired can
readily be obtained.on tupplieatien to the' Professor,
WitizEn. II LoFitte, who 'has a
his office on 4th shove
Smithfield street, Pittsburgh. -.
. _ ' . • '
TESllS — Seventy-lice dollari? year, or thirt+/-ses-,
en and a half dollars a: - S'essien. . • atig6-ti3m
OME Druggists am misled into the error, of buy.
- - inn a tni .seattleimitatiCn of "Dr.' Stuith's"sugay:,
Coatetrindian Vegetaftle"Fills, liecautte they'
can parchase the spurious cheaper. We shall in all.
cases expose such dealers throughout the country;,
who, alter being duly Wormed of the rascality of:
these imitators, buy and attempt to impose
. upon the
public with such worthless trash. : It is not - the'Stp , l
gar coating alone that constitutes the value of my .
Pills; but is my' invention, for which I claim the .
right. G. ERNI. SMITH; M. D., '
179 Greenwich st. and. 2 Water Bt. Boston.
We, the undersigtted, wholesale druggists : in Lou:
isville, Ey., are satisfied, from all the infOrmation 7
that we can obtain, that Dr. 0, BENJAMIN SIMITII;
is the original inventor of .the Sugar-Coated Pills. .
We are prepared to supply dealers at. the New-
York price. ... _ - • -
Robinson, Peter 4- Cary, 492 Main street. '
J. S. Morris 4- Co., 461 Main st.,
Rupert 4- Lindenherger, 611 Main st.
George Lapping 4- Cd., 79 Fourth st. . .
hull 4- Alden, SI Fourth st.- ,
The fulldwinn• from druggists in New York' Aiwa
['treated . the Sugar Coated Pills in 1343: •• .
_ Ne:v York, June 16th, IS-14.-
We, the Undersigned, never saw or heard of ',Su
gar Coated Pills," until Dr. G. Benjamin Smith inan•L
ufactured and exhibited them to uSabOuta_year
Rushton 4-. Ca., 110 Broadway and 10 Astor Housel..
Israel Randolph, 111. D. 36 Liberty,st -
Horace.Ererett, 96 Hudson st. • -
John Castree, 97 Iludson st.
David 'Sands, 79. Fulton st. . . - _
. 1 have been afflicted with dyspepsia in its most ag
I fxravated form for three years past, and found note=
,relief until I used Dr. G. Benj. Smith's "Sugar-Coat
ed IndianNegetable After using six boxes of
said valuable pills, I am entirely cured. -They are
a general remedy- J. K. LEEMAN.
Paducah, Ky. Nov. 9, 1345:
We certify to the above facts.
Dr. Smith's "Sugar-Coated Pills" are universally
esteemed in this vicihity.
11 HODGE GIVENS & Co, MerehantS.
Paducah, ICy. Nov. 19, 1845:
• At the request of Dr. G. Benjamin Smith's agent
we cheerfully state that we Visited the olive of Drl
Smith in September last, While in' New-York, and •
found him to all appearance carrying on, a very ex ,
tensive business with his Sugar-Coatd Indian Vege
table Pills: The extent of his establisifinent would
astonish any one not initiated in the mysteries-of the '
pill trade.—Louisville - Journal. •
• (From Dr. SingletoM) .
Smitidand, (Ky.) Feb. 24,
Dr. G.-Benj. Smith.--Dear Sir: Nothing has ever
been introduced that has sold so well and given such -
general satisfliction as your Sugar-Coated 'lnaproved
Indian Vegetable Pills. Very respectfully c. yours,-
, .
S. F. SINGLETON - . ..:
(From Bull & Alden.). _
- Louisville,(Ky.) Feb. 12th,- 134 G.
Dr. G. Benj:Smith—Dear Vim will pleaie send' -
us 12 gross of your valuable Pilts, =From presentin
dications.wee shall- sell a large amount of themr.- -
We find that they go very quick. Your friends, •
( From Wilson, Starbird & Smith.) .
' Louisville, Feb. 11th, 1846.
Dr. Smith—Dear Sir: About two Weeks ago we
bought 2-gross of your Indian Vegetable Sugar Coat= '
'ed Pills. Though business is dull here at this time;
yet we have sold them all. -You will please send uq•
10 gross through Messrs. Lawrence B:lCeese, of your- '-
city, who will tbrward them to us via Pittsburgh.
_ Yours, respectfully, .
This is to certify that I have • used the Sugar.
'coated pills manufactured by G. Benj. Smith, of New _
York, for some time, and believe them to be a goOd
medicine; and also from enquiry in that city, I an-
that he is the original inventor, and -
therefore, is entitled to the benefit of the invcnton.
. . .
ang2l. Pastor Ist - Baptist Church Pittsburgh. -
We have forty letters from different dealers solicit:
ing. the agency of-my Pill,althonglithej , hadthe spu
rious in their store-:-one in particular from New Or
leans, which we shall publish.
Principal. - Offices—New York,- 170 Greenwich :Ai
Boston-2 Water st. .
G..I3ENJA..MLN SAIITLI is tlit . itten on the bot-'
torn of every bdx or genuine "Sugar-Coated
Acutt - rs-L-TVillialn Ilendeyson Druggist, 205 Liberty
Street Pittsburgh: John Sai - geant Allegheny City. .
r - pitE undersigned w - ould respectfully inform the .
citizens of "Pittsbargh and its Nicinity, that he
has purchased from Moses Cory; his - large and
splendid stock ofDry Goods, Na. 66 Market
street, where he, intends to.-keep a general _assert- - ,
moot of eedstmabld Goods, irhnh he will roll at eery
reduced prices. Please call and judge - forydtirehresi
No. 66 Market sueet. . - - • -
To my friends, and.patrons I - ant -riueh _obliged
and would - respectfully .. - reconimerid•
Cowen, my successor: MOSFS, CO y,
ECEIWED THIS RAy, by rafwesssiartutlterl
of rich black MANTILLAS, at the New Yell.
Store, 79 Market street.
- ,~,«-~'~,, s~-
m hers
W. 11. G.A.1111-,iitti.'