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rinixisucti AND EDITED BY
44. nAR Pr. it,
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N. W. corner of Wood and Fifth Sts.
Tcvits.-Lrive dellirs a year, payable in advanco.
Six dullrirs will invariably be required if not paid
within the year.
Single copies, TWO'ctprrs—tOr sale at the counter
Of the Office, and by News Iloys.
WEEEGY ;MERCURY MO MANUFACTURER •
Is publialibil fit the, same office, on a double medium
sheet, at TWO DOLLARS a ynni, in:atliianne; sin
PEE . S . QUARE OF TW
One insertion; $0 50
TWo do,, 0 75
Three do, 1 CO
One week, 1 50
Two do, 3 00
Three do, 4 00
- - • MANGE-M:ILE
Six month s $l5 00
Oho year, 20 OQ
'Larger advertisements i
irr.cAnin of four lines
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Greensburg,Vestrnore
land county, Pa., will practice in the West
moreland, Indiana and Cambria courts. dec.S-y
. • • William .111 2 DIrihInn,
At LAW and Solicitor in Chancery
Office in:Bares new building, Filth street, be
(wenn Wood and Smithfield. . augl I
TTORNEYS AT LAW, Office rumored to the
residence o f 11. S. Magraw, on Fourth st., ono
door from Cherry Alley:'
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Pittsburgh, Pa.. Office on Fourth st., between
Southfield 'and Griot. tonrl4-v
A TTOIINFX AT LAW, office in the building on
the North I: UM corner of Fourth and Smithfield
streets, norl I-
nanillt airs & Brace,
ATTORNEYS :AT ILAW, office North side o.
Fifth street, between Wood and Smithfield sts.,
Pittsburgh, Pm Collections made on reasonable
ALDERMAN, office north Mile p( Fifth slice
between Wood and Smithfield, Pittsburgh.
ATTOLNEY AT LAW, office, Smithfield street,
between Fourth street and Diamond Alley, op
posite Mr.. Geo. Wcyman's tobacco manufactory.
TTORNEY AT LAW, office in the .chambers
Ji occupied byAlderman 111• Masters, on Fifth st.,
betiveen.Wood and Smithfield. aplS-y
DlPCandless & .111,C1urc.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOILS AT LAW,
office on Ponith street, opposite it. R.
.Patterson , a Livery Stable, Pittsburgh. seplo-y
Foi:ward & Swart:weltler,
A . TTORNEYS. AT F,ourdi street betweet
Wood and Sinithfield v egposite Patterson's liv
cry stable. ap7-)
Geoste F. Gilmore,
ATTOILNEY AT LAW, Office iu Breed's build
ings, 4th st., above Wood, Pittsburgh, Pa.
C. Orlando L Romig,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Mlle Fourth st., above
A BEELEN had removed his commission and for
warding business from the Canal Basin to his
new warehouse on Third street, nearly opposite the
Post Office. mavait-v
ATTORNEY AT LAW, office in Stuart's build
ings, Fourth et., above Woad. juncl9-dwy
ATTORNEY AT LAW, hiving returned from
his European tour has taken an office on the
north east corner or Fourth and Smithfield sts. 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 Jell imhis hands. math-y
Charles DI. Hays,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Pittsburgh, Pa. Com
miSsi3ner to take the proof and acknowledge
ment of deeds, leases, contracts, deposites or other
writings, to be recorded or used in the .States of
Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee. Office No. SO,
.Stuart's buildings, Fourth ptroet. inarl2-y
TTORNEY, COUNSELLOR AND NOTARY,
.1 - 1 Pittsburgh, Pa., harin- , resigned the office of
.Secretary P. Nay. and Fire Ins. Co., will attend spc
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.
Stuart's buildings, (Not 80, Fourth st.,) second door
east of Wood street. fub3-y
ATTORNEY 4.-ND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Franklin, Vetting° county, Prima., will attend
promptly to all business entrusted to his
•Icctions . made in Warren, Clarion and Jefferspn co.'s.
J. A. Stockton & Co.
Murphy,- Wilson & Co. } Pittsburgh.
John Bigler, ' :
Hon. James Kinnear,
Hon. Ales. M'Calmont,
Hon. James Wilson, Steubenville, Ohio. juy23-y
John A. Parkinson,
ALDERMAN, Fifth Ward, Penn stireet, between
Walnut and O'Hara streets, where he may be
found atall times. Those having houses or other
property to sell or rent, can have the same Iman
•illy attended to; debta collected, and all the duties
der an Alderman will receive prompt attention.
J3ANKERS and dealers in Foreign and Domestic
Bills of Exchange, certificates of deposit, bank
i itotes and specie. Drafts and notes collected, and
remittances made to any part of the United States,
No. d 5 Market street: jan7-y
Johnston & Stockton,
BOOKSELLERS, PRINTERS AND PAPER MA
KERS, No. 114 Market street. sep 10-y
Sorlba. dt Scheibler,
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS AND BINDERS,
No. 115 Wood street, three doors below Fifth,
'Pittsburgh, Pa. ' • jan7-y
James Patterson, Jr.,
jORNER of First and Ferry streets, Pittsburgh,
Pa., manufacturer of locks;hinges and bolts,
.tobacco, fuller, mill apd timbr screws, housen
screws for rolling.raills,
Wm. A. Ward,
T h ENTIST, has removed to the place of hie for
=lls mer residence in Penn street, two doors below
B. E. ColAstable,
rtEALER is Fancy and Staple Dry . Goods, 83
;Li Market street, Pittsburgh. novlo.y
ThatlG and Family Medicine Store, corner of
_Ur Penn and Hand streets, Pittsburgh, Pa., Phy
. syciansv prescriptions accurately compounded. Medi
eines can be had at all hours of the day or night.
Brownsville Juniata Iron Works.
?END . * ABB HUGHES inanutaaturar of iron and
,124 nails, warehouse, Smithfield above Fourth st.
C. A. DrAnulty &
lORWARDING COMMISSION 'ATERCIIANTS
Canal Basin, Pittalirgh, Pa. madly
VEIAMILY GROCER ', Smithfield street, neit door
I.L" to the Fifth Presbyterian Church} junce-y
ELVE •LINES OIL -LMI
Six Months, $2O 00
One year, 30 00
n proportion. '
FIVE DOLLARS a year.
P. C. Shannon.
- Wins 4 Donnelly,
James C all au,
John W. Burrell,
Janice S. Craft,
Edwin C. Wilson,
N. Itolmes & Son,
FORWARDG & COMMISSION MERCHANT
IN No. 26 Wood - st., Pittsburgh. nov27-y
fily.O. S. SWARTZ would respectfully inform his
jr friends and customers that he has removed to
No. 106 Market street, between Fifth and Liberty sts.,
east side, where ho is' receiving a large and well as
sorted stock offspring goods, to which ht; would re
spectfully invite their attention. ap3-am
New Book Store
BOSWORTH E.:. Co., N0.,43 Market street,
111 .• next door to Third street, 'are just opening a
new and extensive asunrtruent of Hooks and Station
ery, which they will sell, wholesale and retal, at the
lIILL & 11119WNE,
(succEssons sv um.nsitir Attn nnowNr.,)
I MPORTIERS and manufacturers of Wall Paper
and General Paper Warehouse, No. ST Wood
re et, Pittsburgh. je2o
Win. O'Hara Robinson,
LATE U. S. Attorney, has removed his office to
S St. Clair sr. sept4l
JALIMBER MERCHANT, office on Penn street,
between Irwin and Hand sts., Pittsburgh, Pa.
All commissions will be promptly attended to. marl-y
.School lioolc and Paper WarehonTe.
LUKE LOOMIS, Agent, publisher, bookseller and
bookbinder, No. Si), Wood street, Pittsburgh.
rilkisitoreis Unrivalled Utacklug,
and/j' I\UFA('PIiItEU e
t, sold sn wholesale
s tlin(i Virgin
a n nd c
b°cif:. I -y
M. C. Eder,
•T AN'UFACTURER of Lard Oil and dealer in
I.ll_' Star Candles, Fifth street, near Market, S. W.
Coleman, ilallman 4; Co., i
A A N I L I T s A A CT u Iin. an E % S S s
p e r f i
in, Ca: t r e i. , lf e a
i Sd rln e g a T e
rs a c in i
coach tritnining,s of every description, tnanufactory
on St. Clair street, wareliduse, 43 Wood street, op
posite St. Charles lintel. jan23-y
Flint &layK Estabilestunent
AIfULVANY Sr. LEDLIE utannacture and keep
constantly on hand cut, moulded and plain
Flint Glassware in all its varieties, at their w-arehouse
corner of Market and IVater streets, Pittsburgh.—
Our moils continue in full operation, and we are
constantly adding to our stock, which enables us to
fill orders with promptness. Purchasers are respect
fully solicited to call and exatuinc prices and terms.
MANUFACTURER or Isconnurmit.r. TEETH,
Smithfield street, two doors below Fifth street
Pittsburgh, Pa. Always on hand a full assortment to
Plate and Pivot teeth, of a variety of shades, as
simple Plate, Molars and Biscuspidatoes, Gum teeth,
Screw Pivot teeth, &c. Teeth and blocks made to
order; Dentists supplied with all articles in the pro
fession. All orders from abroad must bo accompan
ied by the cash.
tcr Platina always on band,
DIP. Dante! DV3lcal
FrlcE on Smithfield, three doors from Sisth et.,
Dr. George Watt,
IrFicr., No. 77 Smithfield street, near Sixth st.,
11,L1?sK) FORTE manufacturer and dealer in Mu
.r.call instruments, No. 112 Wood street, near
pAINTER, Filth, near Market Et., Military flags,
Banners, signs, designs for steamboat Wheel
houses, and fancy painting of every description neat
ly executed at the shortest notice. jet]-dGui
TILITAIIIFII, and manufacturer of Pumps and Hy
drants, which are superior to and cheaper than
any in the city. Please to call and examine fOr your
selves. Fourth street, between Smithfield and Cher
ry Alley. Hydrants and pumps repaired. janl-y
ECTIFYING DISTILLER, and wholesale deal
er in Foreign and Domestic Winex and Liquor*,
Nu. 114 Liberty street, and 53 Diamond Alley, Pittx
burgh, Pa. :01-1
H. D. Sellers, M. D.
EMOVED to Penn st., between Irwin and Hand
streets, five doors below Hand st. apl3-y
ITRGEON DENTIST, 118 Liberty street, a few
1.0 doors below St. Clair at., Pittsburgh. ap2.6-y
Ogden .0 Snowden,
OUCCESSORS TO AVERY, OGDE:s; &Co., whole
► sale and retail druggists, and manufacturers of
white lead, red lead. and lithar,ge, corner of Wood
and Second sts.. Pittsburgh, Pa. 110 V 13-y
newtlu & Smith,
QUCCESSORS to Irvine & Martin, avholesale gro
cers, produce and commission merchants, and
dealers in Pittsburgh manufactured articles, No. 56,
Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa. apS-y
pAILOR AND CLOTHIER, Liberty st., between
Sixth street and Virgin Alley, south side.
Y. D. WILLIAMS
J. D. 'Williams &. Co
AITHOLESALE and retail grocers Forwarding
and commission merchants, and dealers in
country produce and Pittsburgh Mauufactures. No.
110, Northeast corner of Wood and Fifth streets.
B. A. Fahnestock A: Co.,
W!IOU:SALE and retail Druggists, corner Sixth
and Wood streets. sept2-y
WHOLESALE &RETAIL FAMILY GROCERY
STORE, corner or Wood and Fourth streets,
Stcrctt & Co.,
WHOLESALE and retail dealers in foreign and
V domestic Wines and Liquors, exclusively
No. l 8 Market street. apKI
P. C. Illart In,
AITHOLESALE and retail Grocer and dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors,
Foreign and Domestic Fruit, Nuts, &c., N 0.60 Water
L a mbe r t & S hipton,
WHOLESALE; GROCERS, FORWARDING &
Commission Merchants, dealers in produce
and Pittsburgh manufactures, Nos. 133 and 135 Wood
street, Pittsburgh, Pa. feb2-y
John Scott d Co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION
Merchants, No. 7 Commercial Row, Liberty
street, Pittsburgh. al9-y
J. & J. 1114Devitt,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, dealers in produce
and Pittsburgh manufactures generally, No.
224 Liberty, opposite 7th street, Pittsburgh. ap2S-y
John H. Mellor,
WHOLESALE and retail dealer in Music and
Musical Instruments, Piano Fortes, School
Books and Stationery, No. 122 Wood street, Pitts
Jamos Park, Jr., it. Co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, importers of tin plate
and eueensware, and dealers in copper and
Pittsburgh manufactured articles, Nos. 112 and 114
2nd st., between Wood and Smithfield sts. jal4-nl4-y
TXTM. MOODY respectfully announces to his old
Vl' friends that he intends opening a Select School
in this city, on the first Monday of April next, in the
basement of the Third Presbyterian Church. mar2l4
R. E. Sellers,
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, and dealer in dye
stuffs, paints, oils; varnishes, &c., No. 57,
Wood street, Pittsburgh.
Dr. Wm. M. Wright,
- • DENTIST, Office and residence in
St. Clair st., a few doors below Lib
erth.near the Eschance Hotel.
PITTSBURGH, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1846
Franklin Ilotue, Fourth streeti
Between Smithfield and Grant' Streets, Pittestrursli
CHRISTIAN 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 next.
The House' being new, and finished in she most
commodious and convenient manner; 'and having it
furnished with the newest and most boolifal style of
furniture; flatteni himself that he will be able to ac
commodate his friends and the travelling public, in a
manner not inferior to any similar establishment in
As the House is situated near the Court lionso, ar
rangements have been made to serve up meals at any
hour in the day, this will be great convenience to
those who are in attendance at court.
iKr ft e h ts or all kinds can be had. Boar
ders taken by the week or day.
CO-Lunch every day at I I o'clock, A. M.
GtO. O. DROWNS,
JAMES AIthISTIWM3, Proprietnr, Corner of sc.
Clair and Penn streets, Pitt burgh, the proprio
tor begs leave to return his most grateMl thanks to
his friends and the public for pant favors, and hopes,
by attention, to merit a continuation of their patron
age. The lionise is pleasantly situated near the Ex
change; it has accommodations for travelers, and a
large room fur public meetings, dinner or supper par
Refreshments always ready, jor prepared on.the
shortest notice, with the chuicrO. the liarket will at.
ford. Gysters add Oyster Soup, also Fresh Shell
Oysters, received every day during the season. The
greatest care hat; been taken in the ttelettion of wines
and liquors. A variety of newspapers arc regularly
filed in the establishment,
P. S. A Hut Lunch curved up every day at 11, A
M. up MI.
BY R. Doss Err, l'enn ::tree, Pittsburgh, Penna.
Boarding and lodging, by the day or week, on
the most reasonable terms. Strangers will foul it to
their advantage to patronize hini.l Persons travelling
east or west will tool this house a convenient loca
tion—it is within one hundred 'yards of the canal
}maid, and convenient to the forwarding houses,
Every information given to Iron Manufacturers in
all branches of the business.
Home brewed ale can at all thnea be had at the
NOS. 61 and 63, Wood street, under Lynd's :Luc
tion store. The subscribers have fitted up the
above place in !I upertur style, anal grey feel al.tareal
wilt gi , ,e corolilt and sail:action to all who may
Arrangements have bean made to have a constant
supply of Frext, Oysters, which will be served up to
visitors and families WI the shortest notice. Other
luxuries, candies, fruit and pastries of the .choicest
kiwis always on hand. Their Bar is fillud 'with the
best brands the market can afford; and Regalia, Cas
tello, Principe and Havanna Cigar of superior qual
ity. Every attention paid to visitors. Their motto
is, every luxury in its season. Prices moderate.
novlß-y OGDEN Et GIBSON.
ISAAC former]; of the Union Hotel
on Water 0E3.E0., having been burnt out, has built
a new and handsome trowela espreasly for the 3CCUIZI.
modabon of traviders, at the cca . ner of *Second and
Stnitlzfidd atreeta, which %albs: known as the Burnt'
Ile is now prepared to O'er !very accommmlation
and every comfort, to tho traveler, at very moderate
charges. Ho m provided with amplo rind convenient
stabling. dee I 2-y
B. T. FTEArIT. JAC 015 WIC Vial
TEIiETT 8: Co., wholesale and retail dealers in
Foreign %Vines and Liquors, corner of Market
and rrout strt.ets, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Rrferentzs—Wilt. flolrnea 4. Co., 'leery F. Schirrp
pc, Win. Eichhanin, u. Wcaver.
Their stock has been selected nith great care, and
cons:so of the choiscst qualities suitable for this mar
ket, to which they woelll respectfully call attention
and solicit a share ofpublic patronage. It comprises
the Conon Lug in casks and bottler:
ll'ines—.Ntaricrias, Sherries, Lisbon,, Teneriires,
Porte, Ilalagas Cala/H.133. LiqUerrif - .-131%1Otheo,
Itums. and Whiskies. au;r2.s
CIORNER OF PENN AND ST. CLAIR STS., AL
LEN BROWN, Paovairron.—Ternu i $l,OO per
day. Their inlet-rig:led, ibrinerly of the Merchant.
Hotel, corner of Wood and Third' streets, has leased
this superior establishment, and furnished it anew
throughout, with new beds, new bedding and new.
furniture. Great rare has been taken to fill his
lar with the choicest viands. A handsome omnibus
and a baggage wagon rice peer de,l for the use of has
guests, and a Porter will be in iittendance at all hours
to meet the demands of the traveller. The long ex
perience of the undersigned in this business, assures
him that his casnest [inqire to satisfy all uho call,
cannot be unsuccessful. He feels altogether at lib
erty to promise his visitors a comfortable and cleanly
abode, liberal entertainment, and a hearty welcome,
at a moderate expense. ALLEN BROWN.
WILLIAM COLEMAN having, on the first day
January, inst., associated with bins Jas. W.
liailman and John F. Jennings, under the panic and
style of Coleman, Ilailman & co., will now have in
creased facilities fir mamillicturing Steel Springs,
hammered axes, American Blister and Spring Steel,
&e., to which the attention of dealers is respectfully
solicited, and hope by strict attention to business, to
merit a continuance to the new firm the favois so lib
erally bestowed upon him. Factory on St. Clair st.
—warehouse -13 Wood st., opposite the St. Charles
Hotel, where can be found a good assortment of
Springs, Axles, A. li. , and Spring Steel, and Coach
rimmings of every description, together with Iron,
Nails and Pittsburgh manufactured articles. irrThe
highest price paid for scrap iron. jan.22.
BELL AND BRASS FOUNDER, has rebuilt and
commenced business at his old stand, No. 70
Second, between Market and Ferry streets, where
he will be pleased to see his old customers and
Church, steamboat, and bells of every size, from
10 to 10,000 pounds, cast from patterns of the moat
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 nianuer.
A. G. is the sole agent.for Babbitt's Anti-Aftracli,9ll
Metal, so justly celebrated for the reduction of fried
Lion in machinery. The boxes and composition can
be had of him at all times. novl3-y
Franklin Machine 'Warlcs
THE subscriber having been removed by the
great (ire to Allegheny, is prepared to make
Steam and Fire Engines, Hydraulic and Screw
Presses, for oil, tobacco or any other purpose, and
machinery generally. J. S. OW YNNE,
Franklin Machine Works,
On Rebecca street and Bank lane, West of Federal
street, Allegheny city.
N. B. Orders left in Pittsburgh with Mr. S.
Cuthbert, in Market street, 2 doors below Third
street, will meet with prompt attention.
NOW Drug Store.
t 4' JOHN D. MORGAN, Wholesale and Retail
Drugoist, No. 933 Wood street, one door South
of Diamond Alley, Pittsburgh.—The subscriber
has just received from the 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 wih all such articles as are sually
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
as to quality and price, will please such as may fa
vor him with .a call. my9-y.
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY, No. 45, Mar
ket street, three doors 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 a large stock of fresh and good
erfurnery dec 30d
Canal Doti/ House.
Darla District Hotel
John M. Townsend,
Lard 011 at a. Itedured
lIE subscriber would respectfully inform his
friends and the public in general, that his new
!Factory is now completed, and with a largo addition
/ to his machinery, he is prepared to make considera
ble quantities 0C a superior- article of Lard Oil,
whi c h he is determined to seltichoap, fully apprecia
ting the old proverb, Mae eia. nimble sixpence in
worth more than a slow ninlyisk.? , lie feels confi
dent that:consumers would fuld it to their rah - mane
to give him a call and exatninofor theinsolies.
IVoolen manufacturers, mathlnists and ethers, are
respectfully invited to examitm Iftssuporior oil, Fifth
street, near Market, opposite Hunkers Confection
ary store, and Messrs. Santini Itl'ClurbMs & Co.,
Liberty street. • '• M. C. EDEY,
Pittsburg,e Lard Oil Manufseturor.
A superior quality of Star Candles, always on hand,
of assorted sizes. inar24-y
Ornamental Hair 'Work ;
MIS. 11.ENTE11, iVig Maker,
Allegheny City, six doors from the
Aqueduct, opposite the Collector , :
'Office, wislics..to inform, the pulk
lie that she has jam connnenced
the Ornamental Hair '
and has a Yery superior stock, re
ceived from the F:asterneitics and
Paris. ' and she is prepared to fill
all orders at the shone:it notice,
and in a manner th.it eannot be
iscelled by any similar Manulhc-
and intends keeping, kluge as
sortment of Ornamental flair Work, such a:s Lathes ,
Wigs,Bands, Braids, Curls, Necklaces„ Guards,
Braceets, Finger Rings, &c. Gentle/nuns , Wigs,
Tanpries, Scratches, &c.
Mrs. It. has been for many years engapid in the
business in France and the United States, and from
her lung and experience, she feels confident in bring
able to gun satisfaction to all who will favor her
with their patronage: o Her prices are rnorip liberal
than bane been °trend in this city heretofore.
James llowOrd &
riprE the pleasure to announce to theii friends
11, that they again occupy their old tttatnl at No.
S 3, Wood xtrect, where dies I.IBVC opened in exten
sive WALL PAPE!! AVARP:IIOI:Sh„-and hare
contantly on hand an ratensite assortment iW satin
glazed and plain PAPER HANGINGS, Ve)vet and
lindation Llordern of the latrst style; and frost hand
some patterns for papering halls, parlors and cham
They mandrscture, and have on hand at q f tinm-A,
Printing, Writing, Letter ' Wrapping and Tr* Paper,
Bonnet and Ftdierf lioarda---nll of which they otTer
for rare on the meat accommodating terni, and to
which they twat: the attention or marchMtia and
ALSO..-Illank Books of ail kind: and the biat
School Make, alwa.ya on hand and for sale
as above. ing. 25
Landreth's I.Varranted Garden S'e•eds.
111R1 CT PitOM I'DILADEI.DifI A. Eaa paper
jJ bears the. lated and Warranty tir DA ViD LArl-
PUT'S. For mak! by I. L. SNOWDEN, No. 20 Water
et., at the stand forilterly Occupied by t;co..t. Berry.
Ettr.actlroro the ' , Deport of tha Visiting Coinnitteo
of the :'cnnvlltartiu Horticultural So c lety;.• un an j.
MOUSIJ adopted and ordered to be printed..
LANDRETA'S NURSERIES ANI) GARDENS.
"These extlasive gruuutlw are ou Federal street,
near the Arsenal. • • • • The earliest collec
tion of Camellias was made here. Some of those
I now in possmision of those distinguished nurserymen
are ten feet high. • • * • The seleitiou of
rinarrr-novan maxis is vati}able and estensivf.
"The Nurstrica are very correctly nianagiikl, sop
, evers part of the Caton, a detail of which
would occrys ion much of our apace, we therefore
coment nor:Owes with statirig that the stock is very
large, and in every stage of growth, coruniting of
vottlis:T Atilt 4sIIN.AfidtENTAL. TD,E.ES,
It 5t111.1.. , 131:, V IS f.:tt AlSif3 Citi:EPF.FtS, with
colleethin of herbaccoons plants, fruit trecji of the
hest kind and most healthy condition, large beds of
In•edin,f, apples, pears, plaint , &c., as stocks fipr bud.
din. , and gratt,mz; a plan very superior tobtliat •f
worlim.,•• upon suckers, n With carry with ttertri into
the graft all the diseases of the parent stock. ;j• •
"Gartrieri SEEM of the finest quality have been
ieattered oter the country from those grounds, and
way always be depende4 upon. The aced establish
ment of tftere liorticulturioto is one of the Moot es
tensit e is the Union, awl its reputation as well 4-urStain
-4,,t loom yearte trap.
"To obviate Chi' chance of mixture of the fitrina of
the plants of the came family, they have established
:mother nurser, at a nitable distance, so that degene
ration cannot take libel', and which secure* to the
purchaser a 'genuine orhcle.' Knowing Otis the
age, quality and process of culture of every plant,,
the supply trout their grianntla is recommende'd with
.' so x , t he date .1 - the , noport• frotn which the
above is extracted, the entire est.thlisholent 11444 been
greatly enlarged. The collerlion of Camellias ent
beiees all the liner kinds, and 1:021!41,i1/ , of some thou
sands of various KIM'S; BO likViVi , 4.l pith ltut t , no d
other desirable plants, both render nod hardit fruit
The Seed Gardens alone cover fifty acres, Und the
whole is, as it has been for more than half a century,
under the successive management of lather and sun,
the most prominent an America.
Dr&r. , received by I'. L. SNOWDEN, from
whom catalogues may be received gratis. 'lnar.9-y
'' A b ard.
r tin E subsrriberAegs leave re.poetfully to return
1 his grateful :IA tiowlegement4 for the Ith4ral
tronage bestowed upon Into for years past, and par
ticularly to those who so generously pa(roniz;nd
since hid misfortune by the late fire. !laving eon id
crahly enlarged his bustnes by assuetatmg with Wan.
B. Roberts as a partner,•lw woultLearuestly snlicat
continuance of liumer limns LU the new iirm of
Roberts & Katie, and he trusts that ny prompt atten
tion to business they v.. ill give general satistlaaion.
M. KANE, Jr.
11 Pio V A L.
Till! 13 utgcr ihr rs Nviuld respectfully inflinn their
friends and the public that they have remoVed to
their new warchoidie on Third between Market and
Wood streets, south side, where they trusighli. strict
attention to business, to merit a share of ptialie pa
tronage. T d, ley solicit attention to their extensive
stock on , which has been got up with great care,
in the la st style and most substantial 'flannel., con
sistinii}ii part of the following articles, viz: i:
ahogany Wardrobes, I
Dressing Humana, I .
Houk Case and Secretaries,
Section Hack Sof. ie,
" Plain du,
" Centre Tables,
" Card do,
6( Bureaus of every description,'
" End Tables,
Marble Top Pier do,
" Centre du,
~ Sofa do,
~ Dressing Bureaus,
~ Wash Stands,
Mahogany Work Stands,
" Rat Racks,
" Rocking Chairs,
" Sewing do,
" Music Stools,
" Arm Chairs,
~ French Bedsteads )
~, Butlers' Trays.
Mahogany, cherry and poplar bedsteads, warrant
cd proof against hugs, 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 offices or societies, with
a variety of other articles too numerous to mention.
We have at considerable expense introduced into
our new factory on Front street, a steam engine with
machinery, which will enable us to sell, wholesale
and retail, at reduced prices.
The attention of Western Merchants, and persons
moving West, is invited 10 our new and extensive
establishment. Western Cabinetmakers are also re
quested to give us a call, as they will find they can
purchase from us for less than they can manufac
ture. Orders froin a distance will receive prompt
attention, and the furniture will be carefully packed.
Steamboats and hotels furnished at the shortest no
tice, and on favorable terms. ROBERTS & KANE.
N. B. Undertaking in all its branches attended to.
marlo-y - ; It, & K.
THE HEIDELBERG CATECHISM, or a sums
mare of Christian Doctrine as used by the
German Reformed Church, English and Gernian.—
For sale ut our store, No. 115 Wood at. Pittsburgh.
jell SCRIt3A & SCHELBLEB, Bookeellera.
NEW FALL GOODS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BARROWS 41:. TURNER,
AT NO. 46i, MAKET ST., ' '
Coons the h p e u
r i c t
s n o t
c o n f e r t a t;
l e y i r
to their extensive assortment of
NEW FALL GOODS.
Which is now complete in every dcparMent.
Purchasers are particularly invited to exathine our
very choice selection of
DRESS GOODS AND SHA TVLS•i
Much attention has been given to their scilectiori,
and in point Of r ichneas and variety, w e never before
hare been able to offer greater indacculentS.l
Fine Wyol Cashmeres; Cashmere limps;
Cashmere li , Ecosse. Mous De Laines;
Fancy and Staple Silks, &c.
SHAWLS.—Freach, Tcrkerri, Cashmere Broche.
' 'Embroidered and plain Cloth; do. Thibet Shawls
of entirely new and rich patterns--in every variety
of style—also, Henniquin , s 111 k. Merino, with Fancy
I styles at reduced prices.
Ladies Fancy Silk Velvets;
Paris Rid Gloves, in all shades and Nos.;
flower Ittanoxs.—Several boxes reed comprising
the different late styles, choice pattetus. Few hoses
very handsome patterns at 12; cents.
Linea Cambric !Mrs, from 12: eta. to the best
FRENCH AND SCOTCH GINGHAars--01 very desira
ble styles and qualities salient's, at low prices.
French Thibet Cloths, tin all shades;;
Alpacas, Silk and Cott. Warps, plain and fancy;
Bombazines, best, at unusually tow
Inobri 4-1 Cashmeres; . *
Embossed 'fable Covers;
Wom.ms bU t crs-12 and 14-4 fancy bound, 12-4
twilled beautiful article. Also low costs of different
styles, all of which arc offered at prices 30 per cent
Splendid Calicoes, at 10 and 121 .cts. •
Ouedotneabc department is full, possessing advan
t3gCS to the purchaser rarely . to be found.
Brown Sheetings, yard wi de, good quality, GI.
Do. do. do. Estra heavy, .
lltxtt.r.str.N please take notice, that at our number
may be found at all tones French Ilroad . Cloths,'
Pant stuffs and Vestin7s; Satin and Silk Scarfs, and
Cravats, stew styles; Linen and Silk Ilitkik., (Doves,
Hosiery, Gum Braces, Silk Elastics, Silk Umbrellas, '
St n., &e.
The above stock has been purchased within tires
13st 30 days since the great depreciation in prices in
the Eastern markets, and will he disposed ofentire-,
ly to the adt mane of the purchaser. Call and see
at the "Down Town Calsh Henry.` ,
rep. Im. 11.1.11/10WS & TURNER.
Drugs., Drugs, Drugs,
At Nu. 2. Commerrimf Thaw, Liherty*tree.l,"Big Got.
den Mortar" mire more.
1 I 1 At pa
e ll.T i : h lf: h V. l t h l: . „ v tl i i , a 4 n c k e iii.: l e
r ib , r to t i te m li r li t e c ml
I suit wishing to merit an increased nhare (d i mwit. pa
-1 tronage, uould reyectfullv call the attention 'or the
I, public to our stotA of .i.oluls which we are now re
ceittrig for the fall trade. Among which may be
found in quantities to suit purchasers, the following
Ittmehard Root, Liquorice Root,
Flour Sulphur, do. Ball,
Itlmin Arabic, Refined Borax,
I,Cal'd Magnesia, Sal Soda,
Carty Magnesia, Spanish Brown,
Ginn Aloes, Gum Copal,
Cream Tarter, Roll Brimstone,
Calomel, White Chalk,
Sup Cart, Soda, Ext. Logwood,
Epsom Salts, Chip'd do.
tllauti..7 do. Madder,
Tartaric Acid, Yellow Ochre,
Com Seanniiony, ' Chrome Yellow, - : •
Rat Copal ia, do. Green, ,
Salt Petre, ltosii Pink.
Tottether with a general afr.ortinent. of O.D,
Vario.her, Paint Dm-hirs, Dye WeiAin,
of V, will by Fould ae low a. at any caber litoitio
in thr city. sritt9
Plont‘y AVoutrd to Aciattrage for ;tat% mut
41:TM.: subscriber Arnold inihrtu the
„ public that tie 1141 received his fall V:te
stock of Caps, all of which ha've been principally
made to 71:4: order, and as his purcha.ses has been
made on the cash ky4tf:lll,E ' C
it enabled to fell bit
i attack of Hats anal Caps at 'unusually low prices ror.
cash. Ilk stock does- not contest or t h e cuttings or
Es stern hgttl,Cs, but aro all a fresh Inaltil flteturcd
article. Neither it tilt , establishment replenished
with the old stock' front ea.tern market,. The
Proprietor being ri hatter and Cap tuanul'acturer,
by leads, at wepr z as h.: is alto daily Juan
ulketuring Ha s ty and Cap of all description:4 7 and
fur their ueSLursa and durability, cannot he
All of which he Oirent at wholezale and
retail, arid at such prices as cannot tail to please
G. W. GLASSGOW,
No. / 102, Wood rtreet, third door below John D.
.ti' Commercial Auction Rooms.
N'RESIJ FALL (1001)8
AT Tlll-2 NEW YORK STORE:
ich Bonnet Rib,
bona; Velvet and Bonnet Silks; French and Anicrii
C3ll Flowers, in great variety ; Braid and Straw
Bonnets, cheaper than ever; a full assortment of
gentlemen's wear, such as Cravats, Shirts, under
Shirts and Drawees, Cloths, Cassimcres and Vcstings,
alrof which will Le sold at a small advance.over
New York cost. \V. 11. GARRARD,
sept 16 79 Market street.
IpowrEß and IVholesalo deafer in Frencli,•Ger
, man and English Fancy Variety Goods of every
description; such as Jewelry, table and pocket . Cut
lery, silk Purses, bead Bags, silver and German sil
ver Spoons, gold and silver Pencils, silk and gum sus
penders, 100 doz. of Germantown Hoes and half do.
Trimmings of all kinds, and a general assortment of
toys, constantly on hand at No. 61, Market Street,
between Third and Fourth streets, Simpson's Row,
G. W. Biddle, Dentist.
FIVE doors above the Canal
. ii Bridge, Penn street, portbrms all
operations on the Teeth satisfac
N. B.—Having lately made ono
t' 4 P' of the greatest improvements in
// forceps that has ever appeared be
' t o lbre the public, he has been able
to extract teeth with such case
as to astonish all those who have
availed themselves of his services.
Pittsburgh, July .24, 1846-Iy .
0 TILL continues in his old busificss of manufactur
ing Wagons, Carts, Drays, !Timber Wheels,
Trucks, and Wheelbarrows, on Fifth street, between
Wood and Smithfield, where he keeps constantly on
hand, or made to order in the "shortest notice, any
amount of work, by the best of workmen and good
materials; and at prices to suit the times. Those
engaged in . the Santa Fe trade, and Furnace men,
are requested to give him a call before purchasing
CUTLER and Surgical Instrument Manufacturer,
No. 140 Wood street, two doors from Virgin al
ley, Pittsburgh, Pa. Always on hand an. cstensiye
assortment of Surgical . and Dental instruments,
Bankers', Tailors', Hatters>, Hair Dreasera - and Tan
ners, Patent Shears, Saddlers , Tools : Trusses, &Lc.
-• - -
THE undersigned having disposed of his Estab
lishrnent, NI. 112 Market st., to Mr.-Thomas
A. Hinton, would cordiallyrecomrnend himoo his
friends and thepnblii generally, as one every way
Worthy of their' patronage,
The undersigned, having purchased thelarge.anil
,extensive stock of Bobts, t.:hoes, &c ;-belonging to
A. 31'Clatnnion, No. 112 :Market street, one door
flow Liberty, will continue to conduct
in all its bratiche and trusts that by, a strict atten
tion to , busities, and an ardent disposition to please,
he will meet a continuation of the patronage so
liberally bestowed upon his predecei,sor.
• THOMAS A. BANTON.
N. B.—Two or three good Workmen can have
employrnent, by Making immediate application.
JAMES ELAICELY;'' JOFIN J. liiITCI .f,,,
Alderman, f Attorney at w
BLAKELY S.: MITCHEL,
NUE to attend to the selling and renting
oriteal Estate in the City ofyittsburgh and vi
cinity. Having determined to devote a large portion
of their time to this branch of business, they with
confidence solicit a shaie of the patronage of the
public; from the facility they pOsSets and the exPeri
once they have (tliebSettiot partner, having heell en
gaged in the Rea.l4:state Agency ibr near 20 years,)
they believe that they will dive general 4atistaction.
Office do Penn st. 4, nearthe Lt. S. Hotel, and Smith
field st., between Diamond Alley and Fifth street.
iY I •
• - and Writing Pooms, corner .
1A R; if . 111! garketch:eete.
T' liberal pat r onage
„i en to this establishment by
his friends and the public induces the-proprietor,
in order to encourage perseverance and industry a.:
mang his students, to offer an the let of October next,
as premiums TWO; GOLD PENS, elegantly .mounted
in silver pencil cilia,. One to be awarded try. any
member of his clasafor the greatest proficiency in
hook-keeping, amt,the other to -any member of his
class for the best ' s pecimen. arid greatest improve,
merit in Mercantile ;PeumanshiP. Day and Evening
Classes. Hoiirs of /Justness 'until Ist Of Oetober; 2
to 4, and 71 to 10 P. M. sepl
I.ll.l4mrgh Nartgation on Ileire Insu
Office, 21, Market S:reet.
Michael Allen, 1, Elbe,
C. Anshnt,z i Lewis flutehitort,
Thos. Baksvi.ell, Fred. Lorenc, •
Robert Beer, 1 James May.
R. Y. Poindexter. '!
• j 'A LLEN, Ple t,
Bonnier Frxsei, tiecretary.
Jk0g20.41 , 4n. .
John Davis, H
AA 11CTIONEE11 6);', 0:11MISS1ON ][ERCII ITT,
Corner of Wood' nod Fifth, streer ) 4, Pittsburgh,
is ready to receive ni,crthandize elery description
on consignment for, public or prPrate sale, and
long erperience in tne above hokum, tlatters himself
that he will lie able,to give entire sati4faction to all
who may favor him their n4tronagir.
ltegidar sales on Mondays alit! Thuce...days of Dry
Gonda atl'Fancy articles, at 10 (o'clock) A. M.
01 groceries, Pitr,slitirgh tuariutlictued articles
new and second liana furniture, &c., at two o'clock:
P. M .
Safes every evening at l.arly gat.lig.ht) tingl2_y
/14. Tan's Inventions Outdone bi'lititure
usato, ar:FLEcT, LE NEISE, .1.% - i) ESE NA'rEEE.r.,I GEEAT
REMEDY, TIIE. AMERICA:7i 02.1.. t
A 2IIEDICINE OF NATURE.
Timis Oil is obtainbd frotu a well nea4 Barkscille
j_ Kentucky, at the depth of 1t,5 feet helot the
surface of the earth,:and 170 feet ilirotiO solid rock.
Its curative properties arc truly astonishing, and as
a Remedial Agent it inay well be proroluneed won
derful. Since the discovery of this Patractia of Na
ture, numbers of reinaskabfe cures havelliciln effect
ed by its use. It is Innocent—Powerfiß—iSafe and
Certain in its effects. It has been used iwith unpin ,
alb:fled success in the treatment ot: the follor.ing
diseases: Inflammatory Rheumatism, !Bums and
Scalds, Cholie, Piles, Flatulence,; Intlanintation of
th e Kidneys, Deafness, Consumption, Liter Com,
Plithisic, Scald Head . , Cancers,. Weak—mid
sore Eyes, Bruises, iFresii Cuts
Sprains .irud Strains, Drol.sy, Pains M i llie Breast and
.Tetter, Influenza, Ulcerated SOre! Thrtlat,
Consumption, Bronchitis,' Spasms, Spinal
Affections, Scrofula or King's Fed, Coughs, Syphilis,
Ringworm, all Bowel Complaints, all Chrenic dis
eases, Impurities of the Blood find General Debility.
'Cis likewise very beneficial Bit. Female CoMplaint s
in general; acts as a great Restorative time languor,
weakness of Back and,Chest„ Low• SpiritS an Exces
Read the following CertificateF, all of w rich are
authentic; all the .persons thereril named are now
living, a'utl well kilown in CinciMiati: P 1
l'inszynott, Angi22, 1846.
This is to certify that we have Used the Atherican
Oil fur the whooping cough, among our Children, by
giving them from ;2(i drops to a saiall teal sponnful at
night, winch always enabled them tb rest Well, through
the night. 1 also applied it to one of the philtirei
that got her aria burnt by turning over al to !cup of
hot coffee on it, the child sensed Crying by M time
the arm was dressed and bound up, anil h S never
complained of it since. I alio was afflfctell with a
pain to toy side aim b east, and have been l c, for . 16
years. I commenceil using the Oil by titkiag a tea
spoCiald twice a day; and in 3 or four days using of,
the .oil I have ben very much relieved, and do really
believe that ,it is the best family medicine thiLt I have
ever seen. I applied it to one Of my neighbbes for
a strained anele,wNch relieved her in a few Minutes. '
We have also usea" the oil for a strained joint in our
own family, which gave ease in a very Short. time. I
We live on the east side of Penn St.. 3 'dobra south of
Walnut, 1 am now as well as I ever Wati in my life.
;MARGAILET 11.181%11TH. I,
i 0 Cases rich 601
and EnglisM Cash
nem+ and MOO.
le Laines ;. Gala
lain r nOl
rinted and plaid
leaking's; a full
lk. and colored
hibet, plain and
+awls, plain and
vd+d Gingham ,
.nd plain 1%1. de
Laines; plain, blk
• of rich colored
PITTSBURGH, Aug. 14,
This isdo certify, that my she has had the
for seven years, hod was very bad with it, a
12 or Id days since, I commenced givinj
about 20 or 2d drips of the American Oil,
day. which relieved him in a day or two hi'
culty of breathing, hod he is now entirely.
of his cough; our boy is 10 years of age. .%Si
King's Alley. NANCY .
1 CINCINNATI, Jill) , 15t,1546.
Sir:. Having been cured of a very severpt disease
of the eyes and head by the use of the .ti'merican
Oil, I feel it my duty to the public, as well its to you,
to send you the following certificate:
I hereby certify that I was severely afflicted 'one
year ago last winter, with inflamed sore eyes and a
very severe pain in my head from thy eyes up to the
top of my head, and continued so for several weeks.
My eyes were so much , inflamed and sore 'that 1
could not see to attend any business, nor, coffld I tell
one object from another a few yards from ine, I
called,in a physician, but still : got worse. I alsci
tried a good many remedies that had cured others;
but inany case they failed. In April, 1845, I heard
of the: American Oil. I procured:a bottle, and be
fore I had used a half a ,bottlel was entirely well,
and still continue l so. I will not be without it in my
bones 'as long as I can get the genuine article: I also
gave it to one of my men that Was , working 'for me,
that had the totter in his hands'scfbad that when he
wouldorip' anything tight in them the blood would
burst out, and the use of half a:bottle cured us . ..both.
I would advise all that are afflicted in anyway to
give the Oil a fair trial,-and I think they will be
pleased with the effect it will have,
Sold at One Dollar , perßottle at Jackson's Patent
Medicine Warehouse, 89 Liberty, head of Wood sr,
Pittsburgh. THE ONLY PLACE IX Pirrssimoll where
the Genuine .4merican OiCc.ckr be obtained. !.
Beware of a Counterfeit article. The Seneca Oil.
put in American Oil Bottles; and labelled "Amer
ican OB." It somewhat reseMbles the America
Oil, but possesses none of its virtues or healingpow
W. 'Jackson respectfully infOrms the Public - that
D. Hail & Co.,,the ptoprietors of the American Oil,
have appointed him their SOLE AGENT for 'West
All persons wishing Sub-agencies will apply at S 9
Liberty street, as above.
N. B. Sub-agents wanted fioz cvciy , town in the
above ;District. . .
• A great number of certificates me on hand and
can be, seen at the officc r E9 - Liberty street, head of
Wood 4. I . ang 23-1 y
A. i 141 'CA INAION
HEAL ESTATE AGENCY:
PRIQE' .. TWQ - -.Q.ENT:
111. Wllllashet Select - Seltool, --- 7
- VORTII "East corner of FeileraFand Robinson
t ill streets, Allegheny will continence its Fall
session 011 Aronihey the Allegheny,
Tcs - risionriims. . . .
Front Professor H. Lce, IV:ashington College, , and
Having attended .an examination of . the school
taught by - Mr. Williams, we take pleasure in bear,
hig . ourtesthnohy to the evidence affOrdedlty it of
the unusual ekill and labor. of Mr. Williams. The
understanding.of the principle of-the subjectS- which
the scholars had, been . studying, sliown by their
clear answers to questions asked In; 'others than the
teachers, piece the excellence of New England
modes of teaching, in which Mr. 'Williams seems tu
Ibe proficient. , lt. FL - LEE, - -,:,
- - - J. WISHART, &c.
From, the Rec. lift: Prestos,, Doctor Hunt, 4a:
Having attended au -- exathination of the Select'
School under the care of Alr:lfeary - Williamsytleld .
recently in his school, room, corner of Federal and .
Robinson - streets,- Allegheny city, we wish to call
public attention to this institution. We were
gratified with the progress and order °This 5ch001...7-7
This manner of, simplifying and illustrating.the .dif.
ferent branches i.s peculiarly happy, and well cake.
lated to give interest to the pupils. His anode of
teaching them to read struck us as novel, Ind one -
that cannot fail to make good readers, -,
From the knowltdge that we. have of Mr. Wil
liams, character as ft teacher; his zeal, fidelity and
success, we cordially recommend, him to the patron.
age of the public. His 10c3,tiott is elegible for both
I attended the above examination, and can truly
say I was much gratified" with the attainunent of the-
University Law School.
rr HE FALL SESSION, of this department. of the
j- Western University, will conimence in the new
University Building, on the- Frusr piovnAr or- SErt
vszeua neat, and the SPRING SESSION of 1847 ;
will commence on the Frain Nlorioair of Fmiati.anN
This institution having so far recovered from the
effects of the great fire of April last year, as to have
the new building
nearly . completed with
accommodationsfor all its departments; it is-hoped
that the Law School will be found to present increas-:
ed facilities arid attractions to those who. desire to
pursue a regular and thorough course of legal educa.
tion, and to prepare, themselves creditably for ad,
mittance to the bar. • '
There be daily, recitations by the classes on
assigned fessons, so arranged as to embrace, within
a No- rears course, all'the principal and most im
portani branches of the law. Occasional lectures.
on law and equiv, will also be delivered as part of
Tits Moor COURT, designed for assisting stndents
in acquiring - knowledge and readiness in the.prat-'
tics of the law will be resumed as soon as the emu
tier of students will justify. The degree-of Itscirr.
LOR OF LAW will be conferred 013 students-. of tho
the rules usual in such install;
Any farther information that may be required Can
readily be obtained tin application to the P.rofessoi,
WALTEIL L LOteate, ache has his offs& on 4tliaboa
Trmsts—Sevent?;,.fire dollars a year, or thirtv - -sear.
en and a half dollitis a session: - atig6.4n
neWatte OF FRAITD.S.
0 . 031,E Druggists are misled into the error of buy.
a miserable imitation of Dr. Smith's Sugar
'Coatedlndian Vegetable Pills, simply because they'
can purchase the spurious rtisit,per. We shall in all
cases expose such dealers throughout the country,
who, alter being duly informed of the.rascality -
these imitators, buy. and attempt to impose upon the'
public public with such worthless trash, It is not the Su.'
gar coating alone that c.onatittites the value of, my
Pills, but it is my invention, for which I claim the:
G. BENJ. SMITH, M. D.,
179 Greenwich st. and 2 Water at. Boston. •
READ AND J7IDG.E--lALPOR7'.4,NT .FAGTS.
We, the undersigned ; wholesale druggists irt. Lou,
isville, Ky., are satisfied, from all the information
that WC can obtain, that Dr. G. BENJAMIN SMITH'
is the original inventor of the Sugar-Coated Pills.
We are prepared to supply dealers at the New.
Robinson, Peter 4- Core, 492 Main street.
J. B. Morris 4- Co., 461 Main st.
Rupert Idndenbery - er, 511 Main st.
George Lapping. 4- Co., 79 Fourth st.
801 l 4- Alden, Si Fourth st.
The following from druggists in New York shows
1 invented the Suner Coated Pills in 1843:
New York, Junel6oh '
We, the undersigned, never saw or heard of "Su..- •
gar Coated Pills," until Dr. G. Benjamin Smith man
ufactured and exhibited thorn to us 41:put a year since.
Rushton Co.„110 Broadway and 10 Astoellouse,
Israel Randolphs AI D. 86 Liberty sti •
Ilorace Everett, 96 Hudson sr.
John Costree, 97 Hudson st. - • -
David Sands, 79 Fulton st.
A VOICE FROIII KENTUCKY.
I have been afflicted with dyspepsia in its most ag
gravated form for three ycarapant, and found no re,.
relief until I used Dr. G. Benj. Smith's "Sugar-Coat
ed Indian Vegetable Pills:" After using six. boxes of
said valuable pills, I am entirely cured. They ale
a general remedy. di K. LEEMAN.
Paducah, Ky. Nov. 9;1845: • • • - •
We certify to the above facts.
Dr. Smith's "Sugar-Coated Pills" are einiversally -
esteemed tu this vicihity.
HODGE GIVENS 81.. Co, Merchants. .
Paducah, Ky. Nov, 19, 1845.
At the request of Dr. G. Benjamin Smith's agent
we cheerfully state that we visited the of of Dr.
Smith in September last, while in New-York, and
found him to all appearance carrying on a very ex=
tensive business with his Sugar-Coati' Indian Vege
table Pills. The extent of his establisbniant, would -
astonish any one not initiated in the mysteriesof the
pill tradc.-slouisville Journal.
(From Dr. Singletoni.)
Serithland, (Ky.) Feb: 24,1849.
Dr. C. Benj. Smith.—Dear Sir: Nothing has - ever
been introduced that has sold so well and given such
general satisfaction as your Sugar:Coated Improved
Indian Vegetable Pills. Very respectfully, yours,
S. F. SINGLETON.
(From Bull & Alden.) .
Louisville,(Ky.) Feb. 13th, 1849:
• Dr. G. Benj. Smith—Dear Sir: Yru will please send ; '
us 12 gross of your valuable Pitts. From present in-
dications we shall acll a large amount of theru.s....
We find that they go very quick._ Your friends, -
BULL & ALDEN.
From Wilson, Starbird Smith.) • .
Louisville, Feb. 13th, 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,'T
yet we have sold them all. You will please seiing.
10 gross through Messrs. Lawrence & Keese; of your -
city, who will forward them to us via Pittsburgh.
• Yours, respectfully, -
WILSON, STARBIRD & SMITH,
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'enquity in that city, I 11131
persuaded that. he 'is the original inventor, and
therefore, is entitled to the benefit of the inventors.
Si WILLIAMS, -
aug2l. Paitor Ist Baptist Church Pittsburgh.. .
We have forty-letters from different dealors solicit
ing the agencyof my Pill, although they had the-sPit
nous in their store—one in particular frota New-Or
leans, which we shall publish.
Principal Offices—New York t 179 Greenwich at;
Boston. 2 Waterst. . • '
j G. BENJAMIN SMITH is written on the bpt.•
tom of every box of genuine "Sugar-Coated
AcErrrs—TVilliam Henderson Drug; st, 205 Liberty
street Pittsburgh: John &t'geant Allegheny city.
, to him
le line in
undersigned would respectfully inform the
citizens of Pittsburgh and its vicinity, that he
has purchased from Mr.. Moses Cory, his large and
splendid stack of Dry. Goods, kept at No. 66 Market
street, where be intends to keep a general "assort-: of seasonable Goods, which he will sell at very
reduced prices. Pleasetall and judge foryoufselves,
N 0.66 Market street. - •
-auglB I WILLIAM COWEN.,
To my friends and patrons I am much obligof
and " would respectfully recommend Mr. William -
Cowen, my successor. A. 10646 CORY..
T) ECEIVED THIS DAY, by Exprest:i ariothei•V
Ili ) of rich black MANTILLAS, at the New York
Store, 79 Market =e'er.
W. H. GARRARD;