The daily morning post. (Pittsburgh [Pa.]) 1846-1855, October 03, 1846, Image 1
, . , . ......•.-: ..:-.,•-,- . 4 .:AL1..• ; -- ,.. , ... , •, , , '..•••':',1*'',:,..Z.'..-,r; MEE .Z 4 4, %- 44 . 4" 41 4' r.. 4 4 4.4 t ile - 4 ;:"•-4 , . % 4.,,„• 444'4. • •,r44.•,,i4 ; 4` ,l —r •!, Nl 4 ,—;• '• 4 . tgeC.','„' • 4. 4‘ ; • ••• • ~:,••• • 4 ' .4;, VOL. 11.--NO. 641. rtrze.tsacto AND crorreo• L. HARPER, - .• IV • W, corner of Wood and'FXfth Sts. Twas.-... Five dollars a year, payable in advance. Six dollars- will invariably be required if not paid within the year... . Single copies, rwo cams--for. s ale at th e counter otltheptrice, and by News Boys. 1 11113 WEEELY 1110101111 1 ( AND-MANEFACTIMER Is published : at the sante office; mediuma'doublmediu m sheet, at'TWO toLLAR.s. a year, iu 'advance, sin gle copies, six . ' . . swum or One insertion, • $0 50 Two, dO; 0 75 Three do, 100 One week,. 00 Two, d 0,3 00 Three do g. . 4 00 • Yearly Adv CHANGEABLE Six month, — sls 00 One•yenr, 20'00 A TTORNEY AT LAW, Gfeeindiurg, Westrifoim ..land county, Pa., trill-liractice in the West- Moreland, Indiana and Cambria courts, - deeS-y Vir TTORNEY'vr LAW and. Solicitor in Chancery. Office is Barr's new building, Fifth street, be tween Wood and Smithfield. . augll ..':;:•'i•:.!•::::'' !-:....;,iq.7..'..;‘,. -A TTORNEYS AT LAW, Office removed to the .1 - 1. residence of 11.'S.Magraw, on - Fourth st., one door from Cherry Alley. • ap2ll MENEM gTTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Pittsburgh, Pa. Otraee on Fourth st., between Smithfield and Grant. rnarl4-y ATTORNEY AT LAW, office in the building on the North East corner of Fouith and Smithtleld streets. • •- ' novll-y AittDIT)II.ISTEYS 'AT ..LAW, office North side o. Filth-street, between Wood and Smithfield sts., sburgh, Pa. Collections -made on reasonable ,terms. • • dect-y MIME ~ ;; t' ~ '.~ ~; ~, .. Ss~--.. -'.Lr .> k U. Morrow, ALDERMAN, office north aide of Fifth street between Wood and Smithfield, Piusburgh. sept 0-y ''5,: ,- --i,d,--w----,::--,i,7*-; X t-!,,' Andrew Burke, ATTORNEY AT LAW, office, Smithfield street between Fourth street and Diamond Alley, op posit° M. Geo. Weyman's tobacco manufactory. . apl6-y 4 . 'i..,•.. , n f:.6:'! . ' ; . •,; : v . .;,,1.1 . ,-,.. ,, ..,4i,, '-,',..1''..4.':;:i.-•f'' 3'; ATTORNEY AT LAW, office in the chambers occupied by Alderman lil'Masters, on Filth st., between Wood and Smithfield. aplS-y ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, office on Fourth street. opposite 'R. & R. 11. Patterson's Livery. Stable, Pittsburgh. seplo-y TTORNEYS AT LAW, Fourth street between AL_ Wood and Smithfield, opposite Patterson's liv ery stable. - . ap7-y George F. GGlinore, TTORNEY 'AT LAW, Office in Bfeed's build /Ulm, 4th st:i above Wood, Pittsburgh, Pa. scp2-dly ' MEE C. Orlando Loomis, A TTORNEY :AT LAW, office Fourth at., above .1 - 1 Smithfield. julyl-y ~:. i •~~, ~1. AA BEELEN Vas removed his commission and for e warding business from the Canal Basin to hi new warehouse on Third street, nearly opposite the Post Office. rnay3o-y - - Richard Cowan, TTORNEY AT LAW, office in StuarVa joilt_ build ings, Fourth et., above Wood. junel9-day ATTORNEY .AT LAW, having returned front his Euiopean tour has - taken an office on the north east coiner of Fourth and SinithSeld sts. Per eons 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. ma r5-y , ..,‘ . . . TTORNEY AT LAW, Pittsburgh, Pa. _Com missioner 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. 80, Stuart's buildings; Fourth street. m.ul2-y TTORNEY; COUNSELLOR AND NOTARY, .LL Pittsburgh, Pa., having resigned the office of ecretary. P. Nay.,and Fire Ins. Co., will attend spe cially to collections and business connected with navigation, insurance, accounts and real estate. Du- Iciness hours, 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. Office, No. I, Seuart's buildings; (No. 80, Fourth at.,) second door east of Wood street. fob3-y IM;E=I INEIN ATTORNEY :AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Franklin, Venango county, Penna., will attend promptly toMII hnsiness entrusted to his care.—col iections.rawie in. Warren, Clarion and Jefferson co.'s. 174 " 4 ,3 .', +l , }' evj; r,C t ' IDERMAN,IFifth Ward, Penn street, between Walnut and O'Hara streets, where he may be found at all times. Those having houses or other property to sell or rent, can have the same punctu ally.attended to; debts collected, and all the duties of•an Alderman Will receive prompt attention. • oct27-y . ...... . . 4` ,1 v' . 1.!'.. , ,, ----',.-:-.:':',‘•`. ..4,,:..,'.. ANKERS and dealers in Foreign and Domestic JD Bills of Exchange, certificates of deposit, bank notes and specie; Drafts and notes collected, and remittances multi to any part of the United States, No. 55 Market street. jan7-y ',,,--:•.!.``, - ,'2, , -:. , i.:..71,, • Johnston &. Stockton, WORSEL.LERS, PRINTERS AND PAPER MA KERS, No. 114 Market street. . sep 10-y :.';.,•_. , ,:; , -- - >,;4: ,-.. .,. , ,_. BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS AND BINDERS, No. 11.5 Wood street, three doors below Filth, Pittsburgh, Pa. ; jan7-y James Patterson, Jr., CORNER of First and Ferry streets, Pittsburgh, Pa., .manufacturer of locks, hinges and bolts, tobacco,! fuller; Mill and timber screws, housen screws;for rolling mills, &c. seplo-y 4= (: 1• . 4 441 4,J , •;.4- 4 .• . L'>l;!; i 4:." - t., , • 4. 4, 7 •I 't • "...",t t 2 :le , c' Xs„ ::‘; I , DENtIST,haI 'removed •to the place of his for- Aner residence in Penn street, two doors below aplBl B. E. Constable, DEALER in . ;Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, 83 Market street, Pittsburgh. novlo-y DMM and Family Medicine Store, corner o Penn and , Hand streets, Pittsburgh, Pa., Phy aycians , prescriptionsaccurately compounded. Mcdi cines can be had at all:hours or the day or, night. Broirnarille Juniata Iron Works. EDWARD;IiUGRES mannfacturer of iron ,and 'halls, warehouse, Smithfield above Fourth et. seplo-y C. A. M , Annity & Co., FORWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS Canal Basin, Pittaburgh, Pa. mar3dy •Dlnttin Lytle, FAMIL Y GROCER, Smithfield street, next do Fto the Fifth Presbyterian Church. june ‘e • ' 4-, "4 , - = . " - ' . _ - ' .. . _ , - , . . . _ • - , - • • , „ .. , . . . , . ,„.. .. • _ . . .... , . . 0 . ' •• - .... ~t....:.•...., /. . , .:.: ..• • ::‘ :. A,• ! • ...• - '.- - • : . ..' ; • i , . ~ . ,:...,... 0 4 3 / ... 2p •., ....: 0 , g 1 -:::, 14,",. 0 .1, "._. 1 ..,. a : -,...<:: 4 , . ~...fi.- t ; ; ~i l i ,-..-.. .., , , . 1 i 4 7. , .. , .1 . ''').:')l)' . ' ... 0 / ... ..:-.''''''- 117',/, ..... , ..''': l ;-:: - .1 - --- - '..z --..- 0 .0 ---O• I_, 4 - A . '" " . - • ' ..-- -,z - ' • ' : ~- ; s;rfg- ---7, r, W 4 ' ' .,. ,t, '' 4 . , 1- •/ ' ' , ~ ~;,..) .. 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James Wilson, Steubenville, Ohio. juy23-y Jobn A. Parkinson, Holmes & Son, Scriba & Scheibler, *Wm. A. Ward, Edgar Thorn's George Cochran, MIORWARDING & ;COMMISSION` MERCHANT No. 2a - Wood at.) Pitisbuigh. nov27-Y • " Rbmoval, GEO. S. SWARTZI would respectfully inform his - friends and customers that he , has removed to No. 106 Market strect,!between.Finh and Liberty sts., cast side, where he. is-reeeiving a large and well as sorted stociOf sprinegoods, to which he would re spectfully invite their 'attention; ap6rd6m Nese took Store. HS. BOSWORTII & Co., No. 43 _Market street, . next door to Third street; are just opening a new - and extensive assortment of Books and Station eq, which they will 1011, wholesale and rein], at the lowest prices. - . I . 0P25-Y iAMIIEL C. HILL.' i • GEO. - G.'BROVIITE, HILL & BROWNE, (SOCCEELSOILS TO 41OLDSIIIP AND DICOIVICE,) • IMPORI TERS andmanufacturerst of Wall" Paper re et, an Pi dGen b e u r r a g l h. Paptu . Warehouse, No. B'7 Wood jc2.o OW Kra- Robinson, LATE U. S. Attorney, has removed his °Erma to No. 8 St. Clair st: . sept4-y I..*7l.lllnarth, LUMBER .MERCHANT,- office on Penn street, between IrWin and Hand sts., Pittsburgh, Pa. All commissions will tic prouiptly attended to. mar4-y School Book ' -aiicl.Vaper Warehouse. UKE LOO MIS, Agent, publisher; bankseller and I bookbinder) No. 0, Woodstreet, Piltaburglr. mar`2B-1 . Pliklutoies t3rivaUcd Blacking, TANUFACTUR and sold wholesale and re- In tail, Smithfield ;Bt., between Sixth-and Virgin alley. oct2t-y 111.. C Edey, ATANUFACtURFit of Lard Oil and dealer in I Stir candles, FilW street, near Market; S. W. side. . mar24-y COLE3IAN. JOIIN F. JENNINGS. JIM. W. lIAILHAN. Coleman, Hallman & Co., ir.A.NUFACTUREAS of Carriage Springs and j Azlo, A. 8., and spring steel, and dealers in coach trimmings of every description, manullictory on St. Clair street, warehouse, 43 Wood street, op posite St. Charles Hotel.' janSl3-y Flint Gins* Elitaiilleitinent. ATIJLVAIS'Y & LEDLIE.' manufacture and lice, 111, constantly on hand cut, .moulded and pain Flint Glassware in all its varieties, at their warehouse corner of Market and Water streets, Pittsburgh.= Our works 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 examine prices and terms. seplfi-y Otto li.uutz, ATANUFACTIMER OF INeonnurriat.v. TEETH, 1.1, Smithfield street, two doors below Fifth street Pittsburgh, Pa. Always on hand a.full assortment or Plate and Pivot teeth, of a variety of shades, as simple Plate, Molars and Biscuspidatocs, Gum teeth, Screw Pivot teeth, &e. Teeth and blocks made to order; Dentists supplied with all articles in the pro fession. AU orders from abroad must be accompan ied by the cash. Er,r PI atina always on hand. n0v1.5-y Dr. D,ntel 31 9 !Iteril. OFFICE on Smithfield, three doors from Sixth rt., 1... f Pittsburgh. de 10-r Dr. George Watt, OFFICE, No. 77 Smithfield street, near Sixth • Pittsburgh. . aug2l-y F. Blnme, TITAN() FOIITII manufacturer and dealer in Mu r Inca! lnstrumenta, No. 112 Wood at:net, near 1V11). n0r1.9..r James Dlllirri IIAINTEft, Fifth, near Market st., Military flags, jr Banners, signs, designs for steamboat Wheel houses, and fancy painting or every description neat ly executed at the shortest notice. jy27.4lCim George Bailey.' PLUMBER, and manufacturer of Pumps and Ily 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 pumpsrepaired. janl-y J. Brystr, R ECTIFYING DISTILLER, and 'wholesale dcal cr in Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors, No. 111 Liberty street, and 53 Diamond Alley, Pitts burgh, Pa. jy2l—y U.D. Sellers, M. D. • EMOVED to Penn st., between Irwin and Hand it streets, five doors below Hand at. aplrry Hugh Arters, SURGEON DENTIST, 11S Liberty street, a few doors below St. Glair st., Pittsburgh. ap.281 Ogden Snowden, SUCCESSORS To AVERY, OGDEN &Co., iv hole sale and retail druggists, and manufacturers of white lead, red lead and litharge, corner of Wood arid Second sta., Pittsburgh, Pa. n0v1.1.1 * Martin et. Smith, SIICCESSORS to Irvine & Martin, wholesale gro core, produce and commission . merchants, and dealers in Pittsburgh manufactured articles, No. 56, Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa. apS-y John IlVeloshey, rpm - Lott AND CLOTHIER, Liberty st., between Sixth street and Virgin Alley,south side. seplo-y - .1. D. Williams dr, Co. WHOLESALE and retail grocers, Forwarding and commission merchants, and dealers in country produce and Pittsburgh Manufactures. No. 110, Northeast corner of Wood and Fifth streets. scp. 8. B. A. Faltuestock & Co., lITHOI;ESALF. and retail Druggists, corner Sixth `v and Wood streets. sept2-y Thomas Drlllees WHOLESALE & RETAIL FAMILY GROCERY STORE, corner of Wood and Fourth strecth, Pittsburgh apll-y Sterett NITHOLESALE and retail dealers in foreign and 'Y domestic Wines and Liquors, exclusively, No. 18 Market street. ap&-p P. C. Martin, WHOLESALE and retail Grocer and dealer in Foreign and Domestic Wines arid Liquors, Foreign and Domestic Fruit, Nuts, &c., No. G 0 Water street. seps.l Lambert & Shlptolap VTIIOLESALE GROCERS, FORWARDING & Commission Merchants, dealers in produce and Pittsburgh manufactures, Nos. 133 and 135 Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa. fcb2-y John. Scott & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION Merchante, No. 7 Commercial Row, Liberty street, Pittsburgh. al9-y J. & J. IFl , Devitt, ITHOLESALE GROCERS, dealers in produce 11 and Pittsburgh manufactures generally, No. 224 Liberty, opposite 7th street, Pittsburgh. ap2S-y John 11. Diellor, . . HOLESALE and retail dealer en Music and Musical Instruments, Piano Fortes, School- Books and Stationery, No. 122 Wood street, Pitts burgh. . janl-y James Park s Jr., & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, importers of tin plate and queensware, and dealers in copper and Pittsburgh 'manufactured articles, Nos. 112 and 114 2nd at., between Wood and Smithfield sts. jal4-nl4-y Select School. TNE: MOODY' resPeetfully announces to his old friends that he intendti opening a Select School in this city, on the first Monday of April next, in the basement of the Third Presbyterian Chuich. mai2l.7t It. E. Sellers, TIVIIODESALE DRUGGIST, and: dealer in dye VV stuffs, paints, oils, varnishes, &c., No. 57, Wood street, Pittsburgh. 3-octy Dr. Wm.M. Wright. - DENTIST, Office and residence in • St. Clair et., a.few doors below Lib.. lb erty, near the Enhance Hotel. marll-y PITTSBURGH, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1846. Frapklin Manse', strec,t, Between. Smilfifield'and Grant ScreOs, Piltsslntrgh. HRISTIAN 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 - ben* new, and finished in she most cominodious and convenient manner;' and having it furnished with the newest and most bentiful style -of furniture; flatters himself that he-will' be able to ac conimodate his friends and the travelling pnblic, in a mainer not inferior .to any similar establishment in the city. As the House is situated near the Court Honse,.ax , raligements 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.. (Kr Refreshments of all kinds can be.had. Boar ders taken by the week or day. 11:7-Lunch every day at 11 o'clock, A. M. - , . TAMES ARMSTRONG, Proprietor,' Corner of St. ft) Clair and Penn streets, Pittsburgh, the prc.prie.: for begs leave to return his most grateful thinks to his friends and the public lbr past favors, and hopes, by attention, tcyment a continuation of their patron age. The houise is pleasantly situated near the Ex change; it has accommodations for travelers, and a largo room for public rnoetings, dinner or supper par ties. Refreshments always ready, or prepared on the shortest notice, with the choicest the Market will af ford. Oysters and Oyster Soup, also Fresh Shell Oysters, received every day during the season. The greatest care has been taken in the selection of wines and liquors. A variety of newspapers are regularly filed in the establishment, P. S. A Hot Lunch served up every day at 11, A. M. ap 18-y. - Eit Y.ll. DOSSETf, ,Penn street, Pittsburgh, Petina. llitirding and lodging, bythe day or week, on the most reasonable terms. Strangers will find it to their advisntage to patronize him. Persons travelling east or west will find this house a convenient loca tion—it is within one hundred yards of the canal basin, and convenient to the forwarding houses. Evely information given to Iron Manufacturers in all branches of the business. Home brewed ale can at all times be had at the bar. novlo-y NOS. 61 and 63, Wood street, under Lynch: Auc tion store. The subscribers have fitted up the above place in superior style, and they feel assured will give comfort and satisfaction to all who may visit them. Arrangements have beadmado to have a constant supply of Fresh Oysters; which wilt he served up to visitors and families on the shortest notice. Other luxuries, candies ' fruit and pastrici of the choicest kinds ahvaye on hand. Their Bar Is filled with the hest brands the market can afford; itml Regalia, Cas tello, Principe and Havanna Cigars of superior qual ity. Eiery attention paid to visinars. Their motto 14, every luxury in its season. Pricirs moderate. noel&.y OGDEN & WILSON. • Burnt Digarict, ISA AC MURDOCK, formerly of the Union Hotel on Water street, having been burnt out, has built a new and'handsoino house espretksly for the accom modation of travelers, at the corner of Second and Smithfield streets, which will Le known as the Burnt • DiAriet Hotel. lie go TIOW prepared to offer every accommodation and every comfort to the traveler, at very moderate charges. Ile is provided with :tropic and convenient Etabling,. dcell2-y 131393:23i3 71 TERETT S Co., nlkolenale and retail clealera in Poreign'Wines and Liquor'', corner of Market and Front Etrceti, Pittsburgh. Pa. References -1V 111. /1011EICS A.; Co., Henry F. Schwep pe, Wm. Eichhaum, Weaver. Their stock has been selected with great care, and consists of the choicest qualities suitable for this mar ket, to which they would respectfull) coil attention and solicit a share of public patronage. it comprises the following, in casks and bottles: Wines—isdaslerias Sherries, Lishons, Tenerllfri, Ports, slalagssCalaLrias. Liquors—Brindles, Gins, Mims, and Whiskies. airgl.s GOIINEIt OF PENN AND ST. CLAIIt STS., AL LEN !MOWN, Paoritma.—Ternis $l,OO per day. Then nilersigned, formerly of the Merchants Hotel, corner or , ,vnoa and Third streets, 11.1.11 leased this superior establishment, and furnished it anew throughout, with new lieds, new bedding and new furniture. Great care has been taken to till his cel lar with the choicest viands. A handsome omnibus and a baggage wagon are provided fur the use of his guests, and a Porter will be in attendance a all hours to meet the demands of the traveller. The long ex perience of the undersigned in this business, assures hint that his easnest purpose to satisfy all who call, cannot be unsuccessful. Ile feels altogether at lib erty to promise his visitors a comfortable and cleanly abode, liberal enteikainment, and a hearty welcome, at a moderate expense. ALLEN BROWN. ap3-dtf WILLIAM COLEMAN having, nn the first day ' January, inst., associated with him Jac W. Hai'man and John F. Jennings, under the name and style of Coleman, Haahnan & co., will now have in creased facilities for manufacturing Steel Springs, l liaturiAed axes, American Blister and Spring Steel, &c., to which the attention of dealers is respectfully solicited, and hope by strict attention to busineas, to merit a contiumuice to the new tirm the favors Krll/1).. crally bestowed upon him. Factory on St. Clair st. —warehouse 43 Wood et., opposite the St. Charles Hotel, where can be found a good assortment of Springs, Axles, A. 11., and Spring Steel, and Coach Trimmings of every description, together with Iron, Nails and Pittsburgh manufactured articles. 17-The highest price paid for scrap iron. jan22 J3MA. AND BRASS FOUNDER, has rebuilt and commenced business at his old stand, No. 70 Second, between Alarket and Ferry streets, where he will be pleased to see his old customers and friends. Church, steamboat, and bells of every size, from 10 to 10,000 pounds, cast from patterns or the most approved models, and warranted to be of the best materials. Mineral Water Pumps, Counters, RailMg: &c. &c., together with every variety of Brass Castings, if re quired, turned and finished in the neatest manner. A. F. is the sole agent for Babbitt's Anti-Attraction Metal, so justly celebrated for the reduction of fric tion in machinery. The boxes and composition can he had of him at all times. 110 V 111-y rip HE subscriber having been removed by the great tire 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. GWYNNE, 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. mayn. rod JOHN D. MORGAN, Wholesale and Retail lig Druggist, No. 033 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, Dyo Stud's, Paints and Varnishes, Chemicals, &c., together wih all such 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 as to quality and price, will please such as may fa vor him with a call. my9-y. DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY, No. 45, Mar jJ street, three doors above Third street, Pitts burgh, will have constantly on hand a well selected assortment of the best and freshest Medicines, which be 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 genuine. Physiciani , 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 creamery dee 30d EMN= Washington Hotel, Canal Boat House Lnfnyette Iterrectory Eichnuce Hutch Co-Partnership. A. Fulton, Franklin Machine Works New Drug Store John. M. Toornmend, M_MM Lard 00 at a Reduced Price. THE subsciiber would respectfully inform his friends arid the' public in general, that his new Factory is mow completed,. and - with a large addition tallier machinery, he is preitwal to make considera ble quantities- of a superior article of Lard Oil, w hi c h he is determined.to sell cheap, fully apprecia ting the , old .proverb, that "a nimble Sixpence is worth more than a slow" 'shilling." He feels confi dent that coneurneri would find it to their advantage to give him call.prid examine for themselves. Woolen manufacturers, machinists and others, are respectfully invited to examilie his superior oft, Fifth street,mcar Market, opposite Hunker's -.Confection ary store, and Messrs. Samuel Dl'Clurken & Co., Liberty street. ► ld. C. EDEY, 'Pittsburge oil 'Manufacturer. A superior quality-of Staxßandles, always on hand, of assorted sizes. _ mar24-y Ornamental pair Work Mftk?,:ItENTER, Wig Maker, -Allegheny City, six doors from the Agizeduel, opposite the Collector's Offiee, wishes to inform the pub lic thatalie has just commenced the Orhamagai Hair business, and has a very superior stock, re ceived from the Eastern cities and Paris;_and she is prepared to fill all orders at the shortest notice,. and is a manner that cannot be xcelled by any similar manulhc- and intends keeping, a large as sortment of Ornamental /lair Work, such us Ladies' Wigs,Bands,' Braids; 'Curls, Necklaces, Guards, Bracelets, Finger -Itingsi &c. :Gentlemens , Wigs, Tanpries,,Scratchcs,&e.;; Mrs. It. has been for teeny years engaged in the business in France and the United States, and from her long and , experience, shofcelei confident in beirfif able to give satisfaction to all, who will favor her with Omit-nation:lgo. Her prices are more liberal titan have been offered hi this city heretofore. mar FT-ly JAMOS HOWSlrekot, CO H AVE the pleasure to anneal= to their friends that they again - occupy their old stand at No. 83, Wood titreet4 where they have opened an exten sive WALL PAPER WAREHOUSE, and will have contantly on hand an extensive assortment of Satin glazed and plain PAPER HANGINGS, Velvet and Imitation Borders of the latest style; and most hand.• some patterns for papering halls, parlors and cham bers. They manufacturceand have on hand at all times, Printing, Writing, Letter, Wrapping and Tea Paper, Bonnet and Fuller's Boards—all of which they offer air sale on the most accommodating . terms, and to which they invite the attention of merchants and others. ALSO—Blank Books ot all kin'ds and the hem. qual ity, School Books, &e., always on hand and for sale u above. aug 25 Landreth's Warranted , Garden Seeds, DIRECT Flt0:11 I'I.IILA DELI'II lA. Kaclt paper bears the label and WZI"CO.III.c or DAVID LAN yarn,. For sale by F. L. SNOWI)kr , Z; : : N 0.29 Water st., at the stand formerly occupied lay,R;eo. A. Berry. Extract front dui • Report of UM Visiting Committee o f the Pellltiylvania Horticultural jomety,' unani mously :olopied and ortlerrd to be printed. LANDItETIPS NtllliEltlES AND GAIt.DINS. "These extensile grounds aro on VelleraMtreet, near the Arminai. • • • The earlieAt collec tion of Catdellias w made here. Nome of those now in pessescon of those ilistinguithetl noriscrynien arc ten feet high. • • ' The selection of cinEr.si-tiouse. Pt. All - 27i valgAhlti and extiinsibe. "The Nurseries aro yore correctly managed, sop. plying rivcry part of the - Union, a detail of which would m:copy too much of our space, we thcreS,, e content oUrxei yin; with stating that the stock is very large, and in every stage of growth, consisting of FOR EST AND (iILVAiIIENTAI. Tit Es, EVER— GREENS,SIIIICiIS, VINES AN D CREEPERS, with a collection of herhavc&ins plaiits, fruit trees of the hest kinsl •and nium healthy condition, large beds of seeding apples, pears, plume, &v., as stocks for bud ding and grafting; a plan very superior to that •t* working upon suckers, carry with them into the graft alt the thvearan of the Parent stock. • "Gannets Stems of the finest quality have been scattered over the country from these grounds, and may always be depended upon.: The seed establish meet of tinne Horticulturists is, one of the most ex tensive in the Union, and its reputation it well sustain ed from year to year. "To obviate tire chance of mixture of the farina of the plants of the same family. they have established another nursery aFa suitable distance,so that degene ration cannot take place, 41111 which secures to the purchaser 11 . g0111.611R /11111C1C., ' Knowing thus the age, quality and process of culture of every plant, the supply limn their grounds is recommended with great confidence." •• Since the date of the Report , from which the above is extracted, the entire establishment has been greatly enlarged. The collection of Camellias em braces all the liner kinds, and ClillS,sls o f some , thou sands of various Kllelq su likoWihe 'sill, Roses, and other desirable Pants, both tender and hardy; fruit trees, &c. The Seed Gardens alone cover tidy acres, and the whole is, as it has been for more than half a century, under the successive management of father and son, the most prominent in America. 0.7 Orders received by F. 1.. SNOWDEN, front whom catalogues maybe received gratis. martLy A Card.! fIIIJE attbscrilier begs 1041'4! J0111)CCMIlly to return his grAtefill acknowlegements for the liberal pa tronage ltestoweil upon lion thr years past, and par ticularly to those who an generously patronized him since his inn:fortune by the late lire.. Haring consid erably enlarged his busines by usiociatiug with Wm. B. Roberts as a partner, be would earnestly solicit a continuance of runner favors' to the new linn of notions SI Kane, and he trusts that by prompt atten tion to business they n iil give gertetul satisfaction. N. KANE, Jr. It EMOV At The subscribers would respectfully inform their friends earl the public that they have removed to their now warehouse on Third between Market and Wood streets, south Kids, where they truiostiv strict attention to business, to merit a share of public pa tronage. They solicit attention to their extensive stock on band, which has been got up with great care, in the latest rltylo and most substantial manner, con sisting in part of the following articles, viz: Mahogany Wardrobes, " Dressing Bureaus, " Book Case and Secretaries, " Section Back Soilis, Plane do., " Divans, '' Ottomans, " Victoria Chairs, " French do, : '' Plain do, " Centre Tablca, " Curd do, ' Bureaus of every description, " End Tables, Marble Top Pier do, " Centre do, I' Sofa do, : "I Dressing Bureaus, - " 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 beet quality,and a now 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 to our now and extensive establishment. Western Cabinetmakers are also re quested tcilive us a call, as they will 'find they can purchase from us for lees than they,can =tufa°. ter°. Orders from 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 hi all its branches attended to. marl.o-y 1• R. & K. HEIDELBERG CATECHISM, or a sums wary of Christian Doctrine as used by the German Reformed Church, English and Gennan.— Por sale at our store, No. 115 Wood at. Pittsburgh. jell SCRIM & ~aw~ i'9 NEW FALL GOODS. WHOLESALE AND DETAIL. BARROWS TURNER,*: AT NO. 4S, MAKES ST., • RESPECTFULLY call the attention of their friends, and DRY GOODS purchasers generally, to their extensive assortment of . NEW FALL GOODS. Which is now complete in every deparrnent.' Purchasers are particularly invited to examine our very choice selection of ARES& GOODS AND SHAWLS." Much attention has' been given to their seleation, and in point of richness and variety, we never before have been able to Offer greater inducements. Fine Wool Cashineres; Cashatere Reps; Cashmere o , Rcosse, mi. pi Laines; Fancy and Staple Silks, Btc. tkc. ' • SnAveLs.—Fr&ch, Terkerri, Cashmere Brorhe Embroidered find plain Cloth; do. Thibet Shawls of entirely new 'and rich patterns—in every variety. of style--also, Hon nig oleo Blk. Merino, wi' Fancy styles at reduced prices. Ladies Fancy Silk Velvets; Paris Rid Gloves, in all shades and Nos.; i BONNET Minn:vs.—Several boxes reed comprising the different late-styles, choice pattetns. Few boxes very handsome patterns at 121- cents. Linen Cambric lldkfs, from 12} cts. to the, best in use. FRENCH AND SCOTCH GINGHAM-4H . very desira ble styles and yialities superior, Wow prices. French Thibet Cloths. kin all shades); Alpacas, Silk and Cott. Warps, plaiu and fancy; Boinbazincs, Lupine's best, at unusually low prices. Oinbri 4.4 Cashmeres; Embossed Table Covers; Woor.ms Br..uslil2 and 11-4 farm , ' bound 12-9 twilled beautiful article. Also low costs of differeat styles, all of which are offered at prices 30 per cent reduced. Splendid Calicoes, at 10 and 121 eta. Our domestic department is full, possessing advan tages to the purchaser rarely to be found. Brown Shectings, yard wide; good quality, 6i Do. do; do. Extra heavy, be Hitsrmtmv please take notice, that at our 'loather may be found at all times French Broad Cloths, Pant stuffs and Vestines; Satin and Silk Scarfs, and Cravats, new styles; Linen and Silk Ildkfs., Gloves, Hosiery, Gum Braces, Silk Elastics, Silk Umbrellas, Esc. The above stock hay been purchased within the last 30 days since the great depreciation in prices in the Eastern markets, and Wll.l be disposed orentire ly to the advantage or the pfirchaier. Call and see at the "Dozen Town Cogi sop. 18. BARit(IWS & TURNER. Ltrugo, Drugsta)reigg, At No. 2, Curnrat;iciat Itavt4 Liberty street, "Big Got dun Mortar's once more. TT AYS ItOcii . %V AY, thankful for the liberal pa il tronage, which they have heretofore receive and wishing to merit all increased share of public pa. tronage, would resocetfully call the attention of the public to our stock of goods which we are now re 7 ,_ Iceiving Ibr the fall trade.. Among which may be found in quantities to suit purchasers, the following articles. Ithurliard Root, Liquorice Root, Flour Sulphur, do. Ball, Gam Ar.doc, Refined Boras, Magnesia, Sal Soda, Curb Magnesia, Spanish Brown, Gum Alovu, Corn Copal, Cream Tarter, ' 14,11 tirinwtone, Calomel, White Chalk, . Sup Carit !Zola, Est. Logwood, Epsom Salts, Ciiip'd do. Glauber do. Madder, Tartaric Acid, Yellow Ileitre, C,nn, Searninony, Chrome Y.:110w, Bal Cooarta, . ' do. Green, S..ilt Petry, . ' nose Pink. Together with ti neaoral aiisortinent of Oils, Paints, Varnishes, Paint Brinhite., Dye Woods, tte. &c., all of which will be sold as low as at any other house, in the city. sepl9 Money Wanted iss exchange for Hair and' Coos. THE sultsrriber would inform the public that ho has received his fall stock of Caps, all of which have been principally made to his order, and an his purchases ltas been made on the cash system, he is enabled to sell his stock of Slats and Caps at unusually low prices . I•or cash. Hot stock does not consist of the cuttings of Eastern houses, but are all a fresh manut4ctured . article. Neither in his establishment replenished . with the old stock front eastern markets. The Proprietor being a hatter and Cap Manufacturer, by trade, as well as profession, he is also daily man ufacturing Hats and Caps of all descriptions, and qlicir neatness and durability, cannot he sur passed. All of which he offers at wholesale and retail, and at such prices as cannot fail to please . the purchaser, G. W. GLASSGOW, No. IC', Wood.strect, third door below John D. Da vis' Commerclal Auction Rooms. sent 1.2. , 'MESH PALL GOODS AT THE NEW YORK sToR' E. 19 Cases rich fall ood s; French'. id English CashH ieres and Mous.:l Laines ; Gala Lobrain plaidavl lain French,' loak Cloths;'l rinted and plaids loakings; a hill,] ssortment 'much Broclie, ranted Cashmere' Ik. and colored hibet, plain and mbroidere& bawls, plain and it d Gingham, .erinos, Alpacas id plain NE de .aloes; plain, Lai of rich colored', ..ch Bonnet Rib-I bons; Velvet and Bonnet Silks; French and Ameti-1, can Flowers, in great variety; Braid and Strael Bonnets, cheaper than ever; a full assortment of gentlemen's wear, such as Cravats, Sting, under;': Shirts and Draweis; Cloths, Cassitneres and Vestings, all of which will be sold at a small advance-over New York cost. W. ii. GARRARD, sept 16 79 Market street. Jaunes Cavanagh. IMPORTER and Wholesale dealer in French, Geri man and English Fancy Variety Goods of every . description; such as Jewelry, table and pocket Cut,, Icry, silk Purses ' bead Bags, silver and German ink vor Spoons, gold and silver Pencils, silk and guln suss ponders, 100 doz. of Germantown floes and half do. Trimmings of all kinds'aud a general assortment of toys, constantly on hand at No. 61 Market Street; between Third and Fourth streets, Simpson's ROW, Pittsburgh. myl3 O.'W. Diddle, Dentist. FIVE doors above the Canal li a, o Bridge odra tio ns Penn on street, e,o p o e u r i fo sa rit t l i s sfa n c l! ' torily. . I li. B.—Having lately made one, ,/' "iti r ' of the greatest improvements in , 7 i forceps that has ever appeared bel I fine the Public, he has been able -;' i to extract teeth with such ease ' as to astonish all those who have avalled.thomselves °fins servicee.! Pittsburgh, July 24, 1846-ly . 1 1 NV in MU McKee. TILL continues in Ids old business of manufacturli Sing Wagons, Carta, Drays, Timber Wheels Trucks, and Wheelbarrows, on Fifth street, between' Wood and Smithfield, where ho 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 mon, aro requested to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere. • ap7-y John Cartwrlght. , lITLER and Surgical Instrument Manufacturer, No. 140 Wood street, two doors from Virgin al ', Pittaburgha Pa. 4%.l‘yaya on hand an extensive sortment of Surgical and Dental instruments, inkers , „ Tailorie, Hatters', Bair Dressers , and Tan.: irs' Patent Shears Saddlers' Tools, Trusses, &c. 1e24 lei UM Da nal THE undersigned hatin ,, disposed of his Estab lishment,.No, 112 Market st., to Mr. Thomas- A. Hinfon, would cordiallyreeommend hint, to his friends and the , publie genefally, as one every . way worthy of their-patronage. : • ; aug22 ..; A. MVAMMON. The undersigned, having purchased the large and . extensive stock of Boots, Shoes, &o, belonging to A. M'Carnmon, No. 112 Market street, one door him Liberty,Will continue to conduct thebusiness Mall its branches, and trusts that by a strict atten tion to business, and an ardent disposition to please, he will meet a continuation of the patronage so liberally bestowed upon his predecessor. THOMAS A. HINTON. N. B.—Two or three good workmen can have employment,; by making immediate application. UEA.I. ESTATE AGENCY. Jiar.its BLANELY, JOHN J. MITCHEL A/derman, . Attorney at' - Late - 13LAX,ELY & MI'ECHEL, CONTINUE to attend to 'the selling and renting. of Rear Estate hi the City of Pittsburgh and vi- - cinity. Hating determined to devote a large portion' of their time to,this branch of - business, they with confidence ,selicit a share of-the:patronage of the public; from thefacility they possess and the experi ence they. have (the Senior partner having been en gaged in the Real 'Estate Agency for,near 20 yeara,) they believe that they will give, general satisfaction. Office on Penn it., near the. U. S:Hotel, and Smith= field st., between Diamond Alley and Fifth street. jy 7 - MR. DUFF'S oafn:F,NflTurtiatinndg ra iltioaorimcesisctre7erets. latronageiv )t.F [MT en to this'esta p blishmeneby: his friends and .the public induces the 'proprietor, in order.to, encourage perseverance and industry a mong liiS students, to offer on.the Ist olOntober next, as premiuniS , TWO GOLD PENS ' 'elegantly mounted in silver pencil cases. ; One to be awarded to any inember..ofins-elass for the greatest proficiency in. Book-keeping, and the other to any ineMber of his class for the beat specimen, and ',neatest,improve ment in Mercantile Penmanship. Day and Evening Classes. Hours of business until Ist Of October, 2 to 4, and 7/ to 10 P. M sepl Pittsburgh Navigation, and Vire ranee Company. 04ice,, No. 21., Mcillxt &rest. DlnEcrons: William Ebbs, Lewis Ilutebi,on, Fred. Lorenz, Jatines May, M. ALLEN, Prest . , ..retary: Michael .A C. A rothuti, Thos. Rakewelb Robert BoOr, R. W. P RunzllT FINNEY, Sec atig2l)-d6rn. John 11. Dnv is, A IiCTIONEEIt & COMMOISION /1 Corner. of Wood and Fah street's, Pittsburgh, is ready to receive merchandize of every description on consignment for public or private .salc, and -from long.experimice in the above busines, flatters himself that lie will be able to hive entire satisfactift to all who may faeor him with their patromm. Regular Sales on Mondays and Thn;hlays :of Dry Goods and. Fancy articloz, at 10 o 'clock, A.M. - of groceries, Pittsburgh manufactured articles, new and second hand iiirttiturC, tze., at two o'clock; P. M. • • , Sales every evening at early gas-light. atigl2.y Invcrittono Outdone by tinture. 11F-AD, REFLECT, SF. WISE, ANA n3E NATIIIIE'S GREAT ' REMEDY, TIM AIIIERICAN OIL, : A MEDICINE OF : NATURE. • - r Oil is obtained from a Well near Burksville, Kehncky, at the depth of 186 feet below the surflice attic earth, and 170 feet through solid rock. Its curative properties are truly astonishing, and as a Remedial Agent it may well be pronouncedAvon derful. Since the discevery of this Panacea of Na- turn, nurnbers of remarkable cures have been effect ed by its use. It is Innocent—Powerful—Safe and Certain in its effects. it has been used with unpar allelled success in the, treatment of the Ibllowing diseases: 'lnflammatory Rheumatism, Burns and Scalds Chalk, Piles, Flatulence, Inflammation of the Kidneys, Dealbeiii, Coniumption, Liver Coin plaint, Plithisic, Scald Head, Cancers, Weak and Sore Eyes; Bruises, (Fresh! Cuts 'and Wounds, Sprains and Strains; DrOpsy, Pains in the Breast and Side, Tette:, Influenza, Ulcerated Sore Throat, Consumption, Bronchitis, Spasms,Ulcers, Spinal Affections, Scrofula or King's F vil ,ouglui, Syphilis, Ringworm, all Boitcl Complaints, all Chronic dis eases, Impurities orthe!Illood and General Debility. It is likewise very berielicial for Female Complaints in general; acts as a great Restorative front Languor, weakness of Back and Chest, Low Spirits and Exces sive Debility. Read the following certificates, all of which arc authentic; 'all the persUns therein named are now living, and well known in Cincinnati: Pirrsutincid, Aug 22 1846. This is to, certify that we have used the imerican Oil for the*hooping cough, among our children, by giving theM from 21) drops to a small teaspoonful at night, whiCh al way s e nabl ed them to rest well through the night. also applied it to one of the children thatgot her arm burnt ley turning over a tea cup of hot coffee on it, the-child sensed crying by the time the arm Was dressed and bonne up, and has never complained olit since.i I also was afflicted with a pain in my side arm breast, and have been so for 16 years. I commenced using the Oil by taking a tea spoonful twice a day and in 3 or four days using of the oil I base ben very much relieved, and do really believe that it is the' best family medicine that I have ever seen. I applied it to one of my neighbor'S for a strained ancle, which ielieved her in a few minutes. We have also used tlu.!loil for, a strained joint in our own thmilf, which gave ease' in a very short time..', We live on the east shit; ofPenn st., 3 doors south of'.. Walnut, I am now -as Well as I ever was in my life. MARGARET H. - SMITH. P;trrsn acts, Aug.l4,-1846. This is to certify, that my On has had the Plethisic for seven pears, and was very bad wills it, and about 12 or 15 days , since, I commenced- giving to him about 20 or i 5 drops of the American Oil, twice a day, which relieved hint in a day or Cwo of his diffi culty of c mid he is now entirely 'relieved , of his conli• ourboyisl.lo years of age. We live-inn King's Alley. NANCY KING. ComiNEATI,JuIy Ist, 1846. : Sir: Having been cu cd of a very severe disease of the eyes and head Ibv the use of the American Oil, 1 feet if my duty to the public, as well as to you, to send yowthe foilowiag certificate; t 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 -Horn my eyes up to the top of my head, and continued so for several weeks. My eyes were so Much inflamed and sore that I could not see to attentlany business ' nor could I tell ono object froth another a few yards Horn me, I called in a physician, but still, got worse. I also tried a good many remedies that had cured - others; but in my case they thiled. In April, 1845,-1 heard of the American Oil: I procured a bottle, andolm fore I hadrused:a half n bottle I was entirely well, and still continua so; I. will not bo without it iiluy house as long as leap Oet the genuine article. I also gave it to ono of my men that was:working for me; that bad the totter in his hands so bad that Witeulte would grip anything tight in them the•blood would burst out, and the tisO of half a - bottle cured uti both. I would advise all that are afflicted in any way to give the Oil a fair Hied, and I think they will be pleased with the effect it will - have, &c. - • 1 . JOHN MURPHY. Sold at One Dollar; per Bottle at. Jackson's Patent. Medicine Warehouie, S 9 Liberty, head of Wood st., Pittsburgh. THE orlt.'o EtAcr, IN Prrrsaintost when 3 the Genuine American 'Oil CAN be obtained. Beware' or a Counterfeit article. The Seneca Oil. put in AinericUn Oil Obttles, and labelled? "Amer. lean Oil.” It some that resembles the American Oil, but iossesses none of its virtues orhealingpow. W. Jackson respeettiilly informs the Public that D. Hail tit Co., the prgprietors of the American. Oil; have appointed him itheir SOLE" - AGENT_Ior West em Pennsylvania. 1 AU persons wishing . sutrageneies will apply at-r_ Liberty street, as above. N. B. Subagents ;wanted for eitry •town in the above Disiriet. ' - A great number of ettilicatee are iin' t band and can be seen at the office, 89 Liberty street, head of Wood, wig 26-1 y . i PRICE, TWO CENTS. U. Williams' §eleoe. ORTH East corner of Fedeiral and Robinson streets, Altngheny, kill coniuteuee it's 'Fall session on Monday the 31stingt. - . . From Professor R. H. Lee; Washington, College, and Having attended an examination of tho echoot taught by Mr.. Williams, we take pleasure in bear ing our testimony to the evidenee, afforded by, it of the unusual skill and labor 'of Mr:2 Williams. 'Thit understanding of the principle of the subjeits which the scholars had_ beeu studying; shown. by. - Aheir clear answersteoucstions asked by, others than the teachers, prove the excellence of the. New England modes of teaching, in which Mr. Williams seems to be proficient. , - R. HI-LEE, • - 111ISHART, &e. . Front , the Der,-.7lfr..Preston, Doctor Hunt, 4-e. Having attended an examination of the ,Select School under the care of Mr. Henry Williams; held recently in his-school room., corner, of Federal and Robinson streets,. Allegheny city, we wish to call: public attention to this institution. We were highly fi gratied with the progress and' orderofhis school This manner of simplifying and illustrating•tho ferent branches is peculiarly happy, and welrealett.: taxed to give interest. to the pupils. His motif. of teaching them to read struck us as novel, and onti that cannot fail to make good readeis.. . - From the knowladge that =we have of Mr. •Wil , limns , character as a teacher,. his zeal; fidelity and, Beene* we cordially recommend hint to the patron;- ' age of the public.: His location is elcgiblelbr both, DAYID HUNT, . • , RICIPD BARD, ' RICIPD BEESON., . , I attended the abere exarairiatiou;arl'ean truly say I was mt& gratiiird with the attaiurocient of the pupils. NISI: PRESTON. . au="ll-2tii. - ..- -. ~ l Elniverulty Law' SehooL ' • rr tHE ELL SESSION of this department -of the j_ Wasfortr 1,1 - diversity, willeomnience in the new University_ Building, on the FLuEr 3fottonv or. TgEDEB. next, - and the SPRIN;O:S.B - 8810N;Of will commenceon the FlltsT MONDA.4 FeentrAllY following. This institution having so far , reetwered - fron The effects of tne great fire of April last year, as to have the new - building nearly completed with increased accommodations for all- its departments, it..M - hoped' that the La,WSchool will be found ba, present Moreau- , ed facilities and attractions to those. who Aetnie to pursue - a regular and thoreugh - eourse nflegaredilea,: = to prepare themsolves:ereditablyr. for mittanco to the bar.. " , - . . . -• There will be daily recitationsby the'elasles on assigned lessons, so arranged as to embrace; within a two year:: course, all the principal and most •iin portent branches of the law. Occasionallectures on lain aid-equity, will also be delivered . as part of THE MOOT ..Count., designed for_assisting students in acquiring 15nowledge and readiness in the prac tice of the law will be resumed as soon as the flute,. her or students will justify. The deg.ree of Bicar.- ten OF Law-will he conferred on students :of the institution, according tlietuleg - usital in such institil-, ' Any further information, thatmay lie required can readily be obtained en application to the Profesker, VbALTfall.Lounre, who has hiS'effice on'Attialieve' Smithfield street, Pittsburgh. •-TElnts—Sevouty-fire. dollars . a year, or thirty-sev en .andtt half dollars a session. " 'n111,6.411'1 ;~XTRL:kORDhNARY DISCLOSDRE-S., BEWARE OF. FRAUDS. - • _ TO 'DR UGGI. S'.' OME•Druggists arc misled into the error of buy ing a miserable imitation of Dr. Smith's Sugar-. Coated ludian Vegetable Pills, simply-because they,.. can purchase the spuriotis cheaper: WO; VIM.II in all: eases - expose such • dealers' throughout "the country.; 7 who,.after being .duly :informed, of . thmrascalit•y i ef, , these imitators, buy and attempt to impese• upon the public' With such trash. It is not the Su.; gar coating alone that constitutes: the valumlof niy Pills, but it is nip inreniioo, tbr which .1 claim the-t right. . DENT: . S311T11;:ril. D.; • 179 Greenwich st. and 2 Water st: Roston: •• -READ AND JUDGE—IMPCR'IWNT FACTS. We 7 the undersigned, wholesale druggists in Lou.," iSvillc, Ky.., are satisfied, from ail the inforniatiou: that we can obetin, that Dr. G. BENJAMIN SIMITH- 4 is the original inventor of the Sugar-Coated We are prepared to supply dealers the' New • York price. • - . . • • • Robinson, Peter .4- Cary, 492 Main street. • '.' Morris 4- Co., 451 Main st, , • Rupert 4. Lindenberger, 511 Main st. . • George Lapping 4. Co., 79 Fourth M.' Bull 4- Alden, SI Fourth st. . • • ' The following from- druggistsiin New York showii invented the Sugar Coated Pills - In 1843 i. . • • • . New York, Jime-16th 1844.- We, the undersigned, never saw or ltCanl ' of rSu gar Coated Pills,' , until Dr. G. BOLljalilill Smith, man.. nibetured and exhibited them to us about a year since:: Rushton. 4 Co. 110 Broadway and _lO.-Astor House._ Ran Israel Radolph, M. D. S 6 Liberty st. Horace Everett; 96:Hudson st. • • • ' John Casfrey, 97 Hudson st. • : David Sands, 79 ..Fulton ft. , - A VOICE FROM KENTUCKY.: 1 have'been -afflicted with dyspepsia-in its mostag 7 gravated form tbr three years.part,,autl found no re, relief until I used Dri G:.l3enj: Striates "Sugar-Coat.., ed Indian Vegetable After using six boxes of said valuable pills, lam entirely . cured. They-'are' a general remedy. J. K. LFYNIAN.-. - :,- Paducah, Kv. Nov. 9,1845; • .. - . • • • We certify to the . above facts: Dr. Smith's "Sugar-Coated Pills" are universally esteemed in this vicihity, - - HODGE GIVENS & Co; Merchants. Paducah, Ky. Nov. 19, 1543. , At the request of Dr. G.:Benjamin Smith's- anmat we cheerfully - state that we visited the office of Dr.- Smith in September last, while in New-York; and found hiza to all appearance curving- on a- very ex- - tensive Misiness with his Sugar-Coatd Indian,Vege table Pills. The extent or his establishment would astonish any one not initiated in themysteries of the pill trade.—Louisville Journal.- (From Dr. Singleton.) Smithland, (Ky.) Feb: 24,1846.. Dr. G. Benj..Smilli.--Dear Sir: Notliihg bas ever been introduced that has sold so well and given such general satisfaction as your Sugar-Coated Improved Indian Vegetable Pills. Very respectfillly 3 'yours, ' - S. F. SINGLETON. (From Bull & Alden.) Leuisville,(Ky.) Feb. 13th, 1846. Dr. G. Benj. Smith—Dear Sir: Yru will please send us 12 gross or your valuable Pilts.- From presentin. dications we shall sell a large amount of them.... We find that they go very quick. Your friends • - BULL &ALD.E.k.. ( From Wilson, Starbird & Smith:)-; Louisville, Feb. 13th, 1546...`. SmitlH-Dear Sir: About two weeks ago `,leVEi bought 2 gross:of your Indian Vegetable Sugar Coat. led Pills. Though businessis dull here at this time,. yet we have sold them all. • You will please send us 19 gross through klesSis. Lawrence & Keese, °rider city, who will forward them to us via Pittsburgh. Yours, respeetfullv, WILSON; STARBIRD :This is to certify that I baste used the Sugar coated pills manulhetured by G. Benj. Sinith, or New York, for some time, and believe them to be a' good medicine; and also' from enquiry in that city, I ant persuaded' that he is the - original inventor, and therefore, is entitled to the benefit of the inventon„ S. - wiLLteas, aug2l. Pastor Ist Baptist Church Pittiburgh. We have forty letters front. ifferent dealers solicit ing_the agency or Pill,althoughm they had the spy. rious in their ste - f -- e--:qu y ib in particular from New Or-. leans, which we shall- pbblish. • Principal Offices—New York, .179 Greenwich st; Boston 2 Water st. BENJAMIN SMITII is writtbn On the bot-' torn of every box of genuine "Sugar-Coated:lams." - AsErrrs—lVilliam Rend,crsonDriiggist,2os Libp47 streesPittsburgh: John Sotcant Allegheny city. maYlSd7m. ' - THE undersignell would respectfully inform the citizens of Pittsburgh and that he has purchased from Mr; Moses Cory,lis and splendid stock of Dry Goods., kept at No. 66 Market street; vheris - he interids.to Beep a gencraiasort. 7 went of seasonable Goods; which he . will sell at very reduCed prices. Please call and judge foryoursclves, No. 66 Market street. • . To niy friends and patrons I -aut_much' obliged. and would respectfully recommend Mr. William Cowen, my successor. MOSES CORI. ECEIVED ThIS DAY, by E . spress ' another rt, of rich black MANTILLAS, at theNewYetk Store, 79 Market street, augl7 Mi==E==MME Tmzuonal.s, WILLIAM COwP.N W. IL GARRARD.