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VOL. 11.--NO. 65.
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•N. W corner qf Woad and' .Firth Sts.
Ttnats.s—kive dollars a year, payable in advance.
Six dollars will invariably be required if not paid
within the year.
Single copies, TWO cExps=for sale at the counter,
of the Office, and by News Boys.
Is published at the.sathe office, on a dordilif medium
sheet, at•TWO'DOLLARS a year, in advance; sin
& copiei, sta cpers, ' • • •
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Six month,
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Larger advertisements
treAIIDS of four lines
P. C. Shannon.
TTORNEY AT LAW, Greensburg, Westmore
land county . ,.l s a. ' will practice, in the West
oreland, Indiana andCambna . coutts. . decB-y
TTORNEY AT LAW and Solicitor in Chancery.
Office in :Bares new huilding, Fifth street, be
ween Wood and Smithfield. .b angt 1
allagrnw &
ATTORNEYS AT LAW; . oitice removed to the
residence of H. S. Magraw, on Fourth st., one
oor from'Cit:erry Alley. ap2l-y
Wills J Donnelly,
Pittsburgh; Pa. ctUee on Fourth st., between
mithfield and Grant. marl4-y
Edmund Snowden, -
TTORNEY AT LAW, office in the building on
the North Easteorner of Fourth and Smithfield
anillton. Bruce,
, TTORNF:YS AT -LAW, office "North side a.
Fifth street, between-Wood and Smithfield sts.,
ittsburgh;, Pa. Collections .made on reasonable
rms; _ dec4-y-
.R. Morrow,
A I,DERMAN, office north side of Fifth street;
11 between Wood and Smithfield,. Pittsburgh.
- • " Andrew •Burke,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, office, Smithfield street,
between Fourth street and Diamond Alley; op
-kitisite Mr. Geo. Wcyinan's tobacco nianufactory. •
James Calpr%
TTORNEY AT LAW, office: in the chambers
.4-1 . occupied by Alderman Inlasters, on Fifth st.,
'between Wood and Smithfield. apIS-y
11 9 Candless Illtelure.
office on Fourth street, opposite R. & It. 11.
'Patterson's Livery Stable, Pittsburgh. seplo-y
Forward Swartzwelder,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW; Fourth street between
Wood and Smithfield, opposite Fatterson , s
ery stable. • • ap7-y
1 Ge orgo F. Glllmore,
.. 4L TTORNEYAT LAW, Office in Breed's build
ings,4th at., above. Wood,- Pittsburgh,-Pa.
C. Cori and° Lcioind a,
kTTORNEY AT LAW, office Fourth st., above
Smithfield. julyl-y
A BEELEN has removed his commission and for
-11... warding business from the Canal Basin to his
new warehouse on Third street, nearly opposite the
Post Office. may3o-y
Richard Calves's,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, office in Stuart's build
ings, Fourth at., abiive Wood. junel9-dwy
John W. Burrell,
AT LAW, having returned fromAhis European tour has taken an office on the
north east corner of Fourth and Smithfield sts. Per
smis having had business and papers in the hands of
Sainuel Kingston, Esq., deceased, will call on the
abeve, as all the unsettled business of Mr. Kingston
hae been left in his hands. math- •
Charles 111. Hays,
A TTORNEY AT LAW, Pittsburgh, Pa. Corn
'nisei 'tierr to take the proof and acknowledge
ment of deeds, leases, contracts, deposites or other
writings, to be recorded; or used in the States of
Kentudky, Indiana and Tennessee. Office No. 80,1
St4arPs buildings, Fourth 'street. marl2-y.
Ja.nten S. Craft,
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. Bu
sins hours, 9A. M. to 9 P. M. Office, No. 1,
Stuart'.s buildings, (No. SO, Fourth st.,) second door
east of Wood street. foh3-y
Edwin C. Wilson,
Franklin, Venango county, Penna., will attend)
promptly to all business entrusted to his care—col
-1 ecti ons made in Warren, Clarion and Jefferson co.'s.
J. A. Stockton & Co.
!Murphy, Wilson & Co. Pittsburgh.
John Bigler,
iHon. James Kinnear,
Hon. Alex. M'Calmont, • Franklin.
Hon. James Wilson, Stenbenvi le, Ohio. juy2.ll
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John A. Parkinson,
ALDERMAN, Fifth Ward, Penn street, bet Ween
Walnut and O'Hara streets, where he may be
found at all times. Those haring 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.
N. Holmes & Son,
BiNKERS and dealers in Foreign and Domestic
- :Bills of Exchange,
certificates of deposit, bank
notes and specie. Drafts and notes collected, and
remittances made to any part of .the United States,
No. 65 Market street. jan7-y
Johnston & Stockton,
XI ICERS, No. 114 Market street. sap 10-y
Scriba . Sche lbler,
Nb. 115 Wood street, three doors below Fifth,
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
s crews for rolling mills, &c. seplo-y
Wm. A. Ward,
rkENTIST, has removed to the place of Ms for
iner residence in Penn street ; two doors below
Irwin. apla-y
B. E. Constable,
DEALER in Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, 83
Market street, Pittsburgh. novl3l
Edgar Thorne
TIRUG and Family Medicine Store, corner of
L J Penn and Hand streets, Pittsburgh, Pa., Phy
eyeians, prescriptions accurately compounded. Medi
cines can be had at all hours of the day or night.
Brownsville Janiatei Iron :Works.
EDWARD HUGHES manufacturer of iron and
nails, warehouse ; Smithfield above Fourth at.
C. A. WAnulty & Coy •
Canal Baain, Pittaburgh. Pa. mar3dy
Martin Lyt le,
TAMITX GRO.CER,.Smitnfield street, next d
to the Fifth Presbyterial; March. jun e
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Wm. O'Hara Robinson,
L ATE 11. S. Attorney, his removed his office to
No. S St. Clair st. • sept4-y
Two Swrres.
Six months, . $2O 00
One year, 30- 00
JUMBER MERCHANT, alike on Penn street,
between Irwin and
,Hand &is., Pittsburgh, Pa.
All commissions willbe promptly attended to. rasz4l
School Book and Paper ZVdrelionce.
LUKE LOOMIS, Agent, publisher, bookseller an
bookbinder, NO. 89, Wood street, Pittsburgh.
Pllkluton.N Unrlcnlled Blticklug,
M A t rl i li lac ., ;um D . and
betweensowholesaleld ; an
Cauul float House.
R. DOSSETT, Penn street, Pittsburgh; Penna.
Boarding and lodging, by the day or week, oh
Lost reasonable terms. Strangers will find it to
advantage topatronize him. Persons travelling
.jr. west will find this house a convenient loca
tion—it is within one hundred yards of the canal
W3X. cot:ram:v. rout; p. JEN:V.I'2;GS. JAS. W. nettat4ri.
Coleman, Hallman Co., basin, and convenient to the forwarding houses.
AT ANUFACTURERS of Carriage Springs and I. Every information given to Iron Manufacturers in
Axles, A. R., and spring steel, and dealertrin all branches of the business.
coach trimmings of every description; manufactory! Rollin brewed ale can at all times he had at the
on St. Clair street, warehouse, 43 Wood street, cip- bar.
posite St. Charles Hotel. jan23-y
Air ANUFACTURER of Lard Oil and dealer,' ig
n Star Candles, Fifth street, near Market, S."-
side: near 4-3,
A i r U4VANY LEDLIE manufacture and keep
u constantly on hand cut, moulded and plain
Flint Glassware in all its varieties, at their warehouse
corner of Market' and Water streets, Pittsburgh. 7--
Our works continue in full operation,'and we are
constantly adding to our stock, which enable* us to
fill orderswith promptness. Purchasers are respect
fully solicited mt.-salt - and examine prices and terms.
sep I 6-y
MANUFACTURER of Irrconnurrists. TEETH,
AL Smithfield street, two doors below Fifth street
Pittsbitrgh, Pa. Always ou hand a full assortment or
Plate, arid Pivot 'teeth, of a variety of shades, as
simple Plate, Molars and Biscuspidatoes, Gum teeth,
Scrcw Pivot teeth, sze. Teeth and bloCks made to
order; Dentists supplied with all articles in the pro
fesaion. Alt orders from abroad must beitecompan
led by the cash.
tcr Platina always on hand
OFFICF. on Smithfield, three doors from Sixth st.,
Pittsburgh. deelo-,y.
(AI:TICE, No. 77 Smithfield street, near Sixth st.,
_Pittsburgh. aug'2l-y
. F. Blame,
lANO FORTE manufacturer .and denler,in Mu
-- sical Instruments, N0.(1.12 Wood- 4.erect, near
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AINTER, Fifth, near Market et.. Military flags,
Banners, signs, designs for steardloJat Whetd.
liou.:e*, and fancy painting of every description neat=
ly elecutcol at the shortest notice.
, j 2. 2.16 m
George Bailey,
PLUMI3F.II, and ruanutheturerof Pumps and liy
drants, which are superior to and cheaper than
any in the city. Please to call and examine thr your
selves. Fourth street, between Smithfield and Cher
ry Alley. Hydrants and purn . ps repaired. jaul-y
erinr in Foreign and Dorn4:lie Wines and Liquors,
No: 111 Liberty street, and $3 Distriond Alley, Pitts
burgh, I'a.
111 EMOVED to Penn et., between Irwin and Hand
lA, streets, five doors below Hand st. apla-y
URGEON DENTIST, 118 Liberty street, a few
0 doors below St. Clair at., Pittsburgh. rip2S-y
Ogden it, Snowdon,
sale and retail druggist -9, and manufacturers of
white lead, red lead and litharge, corner of Wood
and Second sta., Pittsburgh, Pa. novi3-y
SUCCESSORS to Irvine & Martin, tvholesale gro.
cers, produce and commission merchants, and
dealers in Pittsburgh manufactured articles, No. 56,
Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa. a S- •
John 111 9 Closkey,
AILOR AND CLOTHIER, Liberty st.:, between
Sixth street and Virgin Alley,south side.
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J. D. Williams & Co.
IHOLESALE and retail grocers, Forwarding
Vand commission merchants, and dealers in
country produce and Pittsburgh Manufactures. No.
110, Northeast corner of Wood and Filth streets.
sep. 8.
IS. A. Falinestock &. Co., ' •
WHOLESALE and retail Druggists, corner Sixth
Vf and Wood streets.. septs2-y
corner ß of ,o .l d U a l4 n l , l. L i y u G rt l i C ul, E e
e R ts Y
Pittsburgh apl4-y
yr . HOLESALE.and retail dealers in foreign and
domestic ISrines and Liquors, exclusively,
No. 18 Market street. apB-p
WHOLESALE and retail Grocer and dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors,
Foreign and Domestic Fruit, Nuts, &c., N 0.60 Water
street. seps-y
Lambert' Slttpton,
Commission Merchants, dealers in produce
and Pittsburgh manufactures, Nos. 133 and 135 Wood
street, Pittsburgh, Pa
John Scott & Co.,
Merchants, No. 7 Commercial Row, Liberty
street, Pittsburgh.
J. & J. AtlDevitt,
VITHOLESALE GROCERS; dealers in' , produco
and Pittsburgh manufactures generally, No.
224 Liberty, opposite 7th street, Pittsburgh.' ap.2.4-y
WHOLESALE and retail dealer in Music and
IHusical Instruments, Piano Fortes, School
Books and Stationery,..No. 122. Wood Street, Pitts
burgh. janl-y
James Park, Jr., & Co.,
WIOLESALE GROCERS, importers of tin plate
and gueensware, and dehlers in copper and
Pittsburgh manufactured articles, Nos. 112 land 114
2nd et., between Wood and Smithfiel‘'
Select School.
WM. MOODY respectfblly announces to his old
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. 'mar2,l4
It. E. Sellers,
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST; and dealer In d_ye
stuffs, paints, oils, varnishes, &e., No.
Wood street, Pittsburgh.
Dr.,Wjn.ll. Wr I ght t
DENTIST, 011ie° and rottitinnen In
St. Clair at., a raw floors Ifolow
erty, near tke Eschancti Dotal.
marl li
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George Coclirine,'
J No. 26 Wood st.,_Pittsbturgh. • nov27-y
. Removal.
EO. S. SWARTZ would respectfully inform his
I,Jr friends and customers that he has removed to
Ne. 106 Market street, between Fifth and Liberty ate.,
east side, Where he is receiving a large and well as
sorted stock.of spring goods, to which he would re
spectfully invite their attention. ap3-d6m
New Book Store
S. BpsWORTH & Co., No. 43; Market street,
neiidoor to Third street, are just opening a
new and e tensive assortment of Books and Station
cry, which l they will sell, wholesale and rota', at the
lowest priees. aP2S-.Y
:111LL & BROWNE,
IMPORTERS and manufacturers of Waif Paper
and General Paper Warehouse, :No. S 7 Wood
re et, PittShurgh. je2o
L. Wilmarth,
I. C. Edey,
Plint Glass Establlshmint.
Otto Ktuotz,
Dr. Daniel
Dr. George "W att,
Jame■ 111.111er.
J. Bryitr,
H. D. Solite r D
Hugh Arters,
Martin & Smith,
Thomas Miller's
P. C. lila.rtin,
John H. Honor,
BetweenStnititfield and Grant Striets, Pittssburgh
CHRISTIAN SCHMERTZ, Proprietor, respect
fully informs his friends and the public genhral
ly, that he will Open the above splendid House on
thelst 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 beutiful style Of
furniture; flatters 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
the city.
As the House is situated near the Court House; ar
rangements, have been made to servo up meals at any
hour in thodhy, this will be great convenience to
those who are in attendance at court.
I:Cr - Refreshments of all kinds can be had. Boar
ders taken bylbe week or day. •
irri.unch every day at 11 o'clock, A. M.
JAMES ARMSTRONG, Proprietor, Corner of St.
Clair and Penn streets, Pittsburgh, thd proprie
tor begs leave to return his most gratefid thanks to
his friends and the public for past favora, and hopes,
V attention, to merit a continuation of their patron
age. The lionise is pleasantly situated near the &-
change; it has accommodations for travelers, and a,
large room for public meetings, dinner or supper par-
Refrectory. Lafayette R
NOS. GI and 63, Wood Street, under Lynd's
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 bean made to have a constant
supply of Fresh Oysters, which will be served up to
visitors and fatnilies on the shortest notice. Other
luxuries, candies,
fruit and pastries of the choicest
kinds always on hand. Their Bar is filled with the
best brands the market can afford; and Regalia, Cas
tello, Principe and Havanna Cigars of Superior qual
ity. Every attention paid to visitors.. Their motto
is, every luxury in its season. Prices moderate.
novlo-y OGDEN & GIBSON.
ISAAC MURDOCK, formerly of the Uuion Hotel
on Water street, haying been burnt out, has built
a new and , handsome house expressly for the accom
modation of travelers, at the corner of Second and
Smithfield streets, Which will be known au the Buret
District Hotel.
He is non• pre.pared to eller every accommodation
and every comfort to the traveler, at very moderate
charges. lie is provided with ample and eon% enient
stabling. decl2-v
n. r. STIMETT. J AColl EAT
TERETT & It bolesale and retail dealers in
0 Foreign Wines and Liquors, corner or Market
and Front titrcets, Pittsbnrgli. Pli
rolmes tt.: Co:, I kory F. Selswep
pe, Wm. itiehlya um, B. Wearer.
Their stick Iris been selected with great eare.and
consists of the choicest qualities suitable for this
het, to which they would respectfully call attention
and solicit a share of public patronage. Jr comprises
the following in casks and bottles:
IVS - 31aderins ' Sherries, LiNhons, Toneriffes,
Port++, MalagamCalatirias. Livions—Braudies, Gins,
Rains, and %Vhiskies, ang'2s
LEN BROWN, PnorarEToll.—Terms 1,00 per
day. Theo, nderrigned, thrznerlY of the hlerchants
Hotel, corner of Wood and Third streets, has leased
this superior cNtablidinient, and thrnished it anew
throughout, with new beds, new bedding and new
furniture. Great care has been taken to fill his cel
lar with the choicest viands. A handsome omnibus
and a baggage %i agon are provided for the use of his
guests, and u Porter will be in attendance at all hours
to meet the Idemands of the traveller. The long ex
perience of the undersigned in this business, assures
bun that ht¢ cattiest purpose to satisfy all who call,
cannot be unsuccessful. Ile feels altogether at lib
erty to promise bin visitors a comfortable and cleanly
abode, liberal entertainment, and a hearty welcome,
at a moderate expense. ALLEN BROWN.
Co... Partnership.
W i ahtaevdi havin g
g vi toll° first the
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Hallman and John F. Jennings, under the name and
style of Coletnan, Hallman & co., will now have in
creased facilities for manufacturing Steel Springs,
hammered axes, American Blister and Spring Steel,
ikc., to which the attention of dealers is respectfully
solicited, and hope by strict attention to business, to
merit a continuance to the new tine the favors so lib
erally bestowed upon him. Factory on St. Clair st•
—warehouse, 43 Wood st., opposite the St. Charles
Hotel, where can he found a good assortment of
Springs, Axles, A. 8., and Spring Steel, and Coach
Trimmings or every description, together with Iron,
Nails and Pittaburgh manufactured articles, 0::1 - The
highest price 'paid for scrap iron.
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D ELL AND BRASS FOUNDER, has rebuilt and
JUI 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, stdamboat, and bells of every size, from
10 to 10,000 pounds, cast from patterns of the most
approved models, and warranted to be of the best
Mineral Water Pumps, Counters, Railing, &e. &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-Atliaction
Metal, so justly celebrated for the reduction of fric
tion in machinery. The bones end composition can
be had of himi at all times. novl3-y
Franklin Machine 'Works.
T HE subscriber having been removed by the
great fire 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—Thiril
street, will meet with prompt attention.
mayl 1.
New Drug Store.
l a JOHN D. MORGAN, Wholesale and Retail
lir Druggist,lNo. 03} 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 Xine, consisting of Drugs of all kinds,
Dye Stull'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 eritirely 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. inn U.
Id sta. jal4-nl4-y
John M. Town/lend,
ket street, three doors above Third street, Pitts
burgh, will haiM constantly On hand a well selected
assortment of the best and ti ealient Medicines, which
ho will sell on the most reasiolahlo terms. Physi
cians sending Orders will be promptly tatanded to,
and supplied With articles they tiny rely upon as
Physicians' prescriptions will bit accurately' and
neatly prepared from the host materials, at any hour
of the day or night.
Also, for sale, a large stock of fresh and good
erfumery dee 30d
Franklin Hanle, 'Fourth street,
freshments alwa3s ready, or prepared on the
test notice, with the choicest the Harket will af-
Oysters mid Oyster Soup, also Fresh Shell
ers; received every day during the season. The
esfeare has been taken in the selection of wines
ignore. A variety of newspapers are regularly
in the establishment,
S. A Hot Lunch served up every day at 11, A.
• ap IS-y.
Burnt DistriciOtel
Eschance Hotel,
A. Felton,
. . • .
Lard Oil' At a Ite tteed Price
. -
f HE subscriber
,vrould respectfully inform his
T. friends and the public in general, that his new
Factory is now cmnpleted, MO with a large-addition
to his machinery, 4 ho is prepared to make considera
ble quantities ,of a superior article of Lard Oil,,
which he is determined to sell cheap, fully apprecia
ting. the old .proverb, that °h nimble sixpence is
worth more Olen a slow . shilling. , ) He feels conli.
dent that emptiunertivould Gad it to their advantage
to give himcall and exeMine for themselves.
Woolen - Manufacturers, machinists and others, are
respeetfulty invited to exine his superior oil, Fifth
street, near Market, Opposite: hunkers Confection-
ary store, and Messrs. - Sa uel M , Clurken & Co.,
Liberty street. - - M. C. EDEY, '
Pittsburg° and Oil Manufacturer.
A superior quality of Star Candles, always on hand,
of assorted sizes. ' - mar 2.4-
- ,
Oral airkOnt Hair -Work
RENTER, Wig Maker,
Alleeeny. City, sir, door ' s.from the
'-Aqueduct, oppaiite The collector's
Offi e, yishas to infirm the pub
li4 ihat - slio has just commenced
the Ornaniental Hair business,
and has a very superior stock, re
ceived from the Eastern citiesind
Paris. ' and she is prepared to fill
all orders at the shortest notice,
and in a manner that cannot be
excelled by any similar manufac-
and intends keeping, a large as
sortment of Ornamental, flair Work, such as Ladies'
Wigs, Bands, Braids, Curls, Necklaces, Guards,
Bracelets,' Finger Binge, &c. Gentlemens , Wigs,
Trinpries, Scratches, &c.,
Mrs. R. has been Or many years engaged in the
business-in France and the United States, and from
her long and experience, she feels confident in being
able to give satisfaction to ail who will favor her
with their patronage. Ifer prices arc more liberal
than have been offered in this city heretofore.
mar 17-ly
dames-- Avard a:. Co.
ILTAVE the pleasure to announce to their friends
111 i that they again occupy their old stand at No.
83, Wood street, where they have opened an exten
sive WALL PAPEIVIVAREHOUSE, 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
They manufacture, and have on hand at alliiimes,
Printing, iiVritirei, Letter,
Wrapping and Tea Paper,
Bonnet and Fnfrees Boards—al) of which they offer
for sale on the most accommodating terms; - and to
which they invite the attention of merchants and
ALSO—Blank Books of all kinds and tie best (pal
ity, School Books, &c., always on hand and for sale
as above. aug 25
Lautlreth's Warranted Onrticn Scedz,
bears the label and warranty of DAVID LAN-
Damn. For sale by F. L. SNOWDEN, No: t 29 Water
et., at the stand formerly occupied by Geo. A. Berry.
Extract from the 'Report of the Visiting Committee
of the Peonsylvania Horticultural Society,' unani
mously adopted and ordered to be printed.
"These exteniive grounds are-on Federal street,
near the Arsenal. ' • • • The earl itt3teollec-
Lion of Camellias Wes, made here. Soule of those
Inow in possessietrof those distinguished uurserynten
are ten feet high. • • • * The selection of
GREEN-HOVAE PLANTSid Vainabie and extensive.
"The Nurseries are very correetly managed, sup
plying every part of the Union, a detail of which
would occupy too much of our space, we therefore
content go rselt es with mating that the stock is very
large, and is. every.stago of growth, consisting of.
a collection of lierhacceous plants, fruit trees of the 1
best kin 4 and most healthy condition, large beds of
seeding apples, pears, plums, &c., as stocks for bud
ding and grafting; a plan very superior to that •1*
working upon stickers, which carry with them into
the graft all the diseases of the parent stock. • • '
"GARDEN SEEDS of the finest quality have been
scattered over the country from these grounds, and
may always be depended upon. The seed establish
ment of these l forticul turista is one of the most ex
tensive in the Union, and its reputation is well sustain
ed from year to year.
“To obviate the chance of mixture of the farina of
the plants of the same tinnily, thee have established
another nursery at a suitable distance, so that degene
ration cannot take place, and which secures to the
purchaser a 'genuine article.' Knowing thus the
age, duality and process of culture or every plant,
the supply from their grounds is rcconunended with
great contidence,”
* * *Since the date of the , Tteport , from which the
above is extracted, the entire esmblishinent has been
greatly enlarged. The collection of Camellias em
braces all the finer kinds, — and consists of some thou
sands of various sixes; so likewise with Roses, and
other desirable plants, both tender and hardy; fruit
trees, &c.
The Seed Gardens alone cover filly acres, and the
whole hi, as it has been fur more than half a century,
under the successive rnanal.Tement of father and son,
the most prominent in America.
to- Orders received b• F. L. SNOWDEN, from
whom catalogues may he received gratis. mar9-y
A Cnid
subscriber begs leave respectfully to return
his grateful acknowlegmneuts for the liberal pa_. tronage bestowed upon hunt for years past, and'par,
titularly to those who so generously patronized him
_since his misfortune by the late fi re. Having consid
erably enlarged his brines by associating with Wm.
11. Roberts as a partner, he would earnestly solicit a
continuance of former favors to the new firm of
Roberts St. Kane, and he trusts that by prompt atten
tion to business they ill give general satistitetion.
M. KANE, Jr.
The subscribers would respectfully inform their
friends and the public that they have removed to
their new warehouse on Third between Market and
Wood streets, south side, where they truseby strict
attention to business, to merit' a share of public pa
tronage. They solicit attention to their extensive
stock on hand, which has been got up with great care,
in the latest style and most substantial manner, con
sisting in part of the following articles, viz:
Mahogany Wardrobes,
44 Dressing Bureaus,
44 Book Case and Secretaries,
.44 Section Back Sofas,
" Plane
" Divans,
" Ottomans,
44 Victoria Chairs,
" French do,
" Plain do,
44 Centro Tables,
44 Card do,
4 4 Bureaus of every description,
" End Tables,
Marble Top Pier do,
44 Centre do,
" Sofa do,
44 Dressing Bureaus,
44 Wash Stands,
Mahogany Work Stands,
" Hat Racks,
" Rocking Chairs,
44 Sewing do,
" Music Stools,
" Arm Chairs
44 French Beisteads, •
44 Butlers' Trays. '
Malioqany, cherry and poplar bedsteads, warrant
ed proof against bugs, and superior to any now offer.
ed to the public. Also, a variety of Windsor chairs,
of the best quality,and a new style of arm chair with
spring seat, well adapted .for 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
machineiy, 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 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 from a distance will receive prompt
attention, and the fumiturewill 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'R. & K.
teary of Christian Doctrine as used. by the
GTrman Refbimed Church, English - and German.--
For sale at our store, No. 115 Wood et:- Pittsburgh.
jell KAMA Ft SCHEIBLEIti Hookeell ere.
AT NO. 46, MAKET ST., -
ESPECTFULLY call filo attention of their
JR, friends, and Dalt, GOOth purchasers generally,
to their extensive assortment of
Which is now complete in every deparindnt.
Purchasers are particularly invited to examine our
very choice 'selection of
Mach attention attention has-been given to their selection,
and in point of ridiness and variety; we never before
hare been able to offer greater inducements: . l
Fine Wool Cashmeres; Cashmere Reps; I
Cashmere D'Ecosse, :Mous De Laines
Fancy and Staple, Silks, &c. &c.
Stzhwts.—Frendi, Terkerri, Cashmere Br' oche:
Embroidered and plain Cloth; do. Thibet Shawls
of entirely new andrich patterns—in every variety
of style--also, Hen niquin , s Bik. Merino, with Fancy
styles, at reduced prices.
Ladies Fancy Silk VelvelS;
Paris - Kid-Gloves, in all shades and Nos.;'
Bonn= Rinsous.—Several boxesrec'd comprising
the different late styles, choice pattettis. Few boxes
very handsome, patterns at 121 cents.
Linen Cambric I.ldltt4, from 1 2 els. to the best
in use.
ble styles and qualities superior, at low prices: •
French Thibet Cloths. (in all Bliatico;
Alpacas, Silk' and Cott. Warps, plain and fancy;
,Lupine's best, at unusually, low
prices. .
Ombri 4-4 Cashmeres;
Embossed Table Covers;
WOOLEN BLAsixErs-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
reduced. ,
Splendid Calicoes,zat 10 and 121 cis.
Our domestic department is full, possessing advan
tages to the purchaser rarely to be found.
Brown Sheetings, yard wide, good quality, if
Do. do', do. Extra heavy, yyc
GENTLEMEN please take notice, that at our nut her
may be found at all times French Broad Cloths,
Pant stuffs and Vestings; Satin and Silk Scarfs; and
Cravats, new styles; Lindn and Silk Hack., Gliives,
Hosiery, Gunißraces, Silk Elastics, Silk Umbrellas,
&c., &C.
The above stock has been purchased withini the'
last 30 days since the great depreciation in prices in
the Eastern markets, and will be disposed of entire
ly to the advantage of the purchaser. Caltand see
at the "Down Town Cash House."
sep. 13. BARROWS & TURNER,
Drags, Drug*, Drug,, . 1
A! No. 2. Commercial now,Liberlystreet,"Bleçol..
den Mortar , ' once more.
IkYS .5: ROCKWAY, thankful for the liberal tronage, which they have heretofore receiccd
i and wishing to merit an increased share of pUbliclpa-
I tronagc, would respectfully call the attention °lithe
public to our stock of goods which we are nowlre-
I ceiving for the 11111 trade. Among which may be i
found in quantities to suit purchasers, the following 1
Rh ucbard Root, Liquorice Root,
/ Flour Sulphur, do. Ball,
Refined Borax,
Gum Arabic,
Cal , il Magnesia, Sal Soda, i.---i.
!Curb Magnesia, Spanish .Brown, .Brown, 1
Gum Aloes, Cum Copal, . i
Cream Tarter, Roll Briinstone, • i
Calomel, - \Mite Chalk, i
Sup Carl, Soda, Est. Logwood, ~ 1
Epsom Salts, • Chip'd do.
Glauber do. Madder,.
Tartaric Acid, Yellow Ochre, t,
Gum Seaminony, Chrome Yellow,
Hal Crinavia, do, Creen,
Salt Petre, Rose Pink. i
Together with a general zmsortiii6nt of Oils, Paints,
Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Dye Woods, &c. Sic., all
of which will be sold as low as at any other hoUse
in the city. sep IS
Money NV
anted in exchange for Hats and
Ti• THE subscriber world inform the
public that he has received his fidl
stock of Caps, all of which have been principally
made to his order, and as his purchases has been
made on the cash system, he is enabled to sell his
stock of Hats. and Caps at unusually low prices lin.
cash. llis stuck does not consist of the cuttingslot'
Eastern houses, but are all a fresh manufactured
article. Neither is his establishment replunish!ed
with the old stock from eastern markets. 171 e
Proprietor being a hatter and Cap mautiliteturer,
by trade, as well as profession, he is also dailym4n
ntlicturint; flats and- Caps of all descriptions, and
fur their neatness and durability, cannot be stir
passed. All of which he offers at wholesale and
retail, and at such prices as cannot fail to please
the purchaser.
No. 102, Wood street, third door below Joho D. Pa
vie Commercial Auction Rooms.
septl 2.
cartoons of rich Bonnetß-1
bons; Velvet and Bonnet Silks; French and Ameri- I
can Flowers, - in great variety; Braid and StraW
Bonnets, cheaper than ever; a full assortment Of)
gentlemen's wear, such as Cravats, Shirts, undd,
Shirts and Drawei s; Cloths, Casshneres and Vestings,
all of which will be sold at a small advance over
New York cost. W. IL GARRARD,
sept 16 79 Market street.
James Cavanagh.
TIFIPOB.TER and Wholesale dealer in French, Ger
mani_ and English Fancy Variety Goode of every
description; such as Jewelrys table and pocket Cut
lery, silk Purses, bead Bags, silver and German sit,
ver Spoons, gold and silver Pencils, silk and guns sus'.
ponders, 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; j
between Third and Fourth streets, Simpson's Row,'
G. W. Diddle, Dentist. I
FIVE doors above the Canal
Bridge, - Penn street, performs all
1 .:. operations on the Teeth satisfaol
• torily.
N. B.—Having lately made one
3 , 4 'a .i.. - of the greatest improvements in
/ , 1 r : forceps that has ever appeared bei
fore the public, he has been able
to extract teeth with such ease ,
as to astonish all those who have:l
. .
availed themselves, of his services.:
Pittsburgh, July 24, 1846.1 y ' - i I
William McKee.
TILL continues in his old business of manufactur-'
I,D 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 notibe, 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
elsewhere. ap7-y
John Cartwright.
CUTLER and Surgical Instrument Manufacturer,
No. 190 Wood street, two doors from Virgin al
ley, Pittsburgh, Pa., AlWays on band an estem3ive
assortment of Surgical and Dental. instruments,
Bankers', Tailors', Hatters4Hair Dressers' and Tan
ners' Patent Shears,.Saddlers' Tools, Trusses, Ike.
riPHE. undersigned having disposed of his .Estab!
lishment, No, 112 Market st., to Mr. Thomas
A. IlintOn, Would cordiallyrecornmend him, to his
friends and :the'public generally, as one evervwiy
worthy of their patronage.
aug22, A. .711 . CAKNION.
The undersigned, having purchased the large and
extensive stock of Boots, Shoes, &c , belonging"to
A. MCamrhon, Nci. 112 Market, street, one door
from Liberty, i will continue to conduct the businoz,s
in n/1 its branches, and trusts that by a strict atten
tion to business, and tin ardent disposition to please,
he will meet a continuation of the• patronage so
beStowed upon his predecessor.
N. B. T —Tivo or three odd Workmen can have
employrnent, by making immediate application.
JAltrS 1112A1C.41( JOITIT .1. MITCHEL
.4htet'inf2ll,. • v Attorney at L;se.•
riONTINIJE to attend to the selling and. renting
k_./ 'of Re:lllElstate in the City of Pittsburgh and' vi
einity. Having determined to deVote a large portion
of theirtimcito this branch Of "business, they with
confidende 'selicit a share of thepatronage of the
public;•trims the facility they and the eaperi
e.ncethey have oho Senior partner having been en
gaged in lthelllcal F.:State Agency for near 20 years,)
they 'believewaethey ivill give general Satisfaction.
Office oh PMi , n st., near the U.S. Hotel, and Sinith 7
field sti Uctlaieen Diamond Alley and Filth Weer.'
H 7.
i ~1
I 1 11 /I .'' ' . fill of and Ei7/ r z i a ti n n d g i P 4l ° a ° rl n ce s tfr r ee n t e s r .
;. i • The liberal patronage giv
ki • Ci..l t en - to this establishment:l,y
his friends and the pu, lie induces the proprietor,
in order to encourage perseveraece and industry a
mong his Students, to offer'on the Ist ofOctober next,
as premiums "TWO GOLD PENS, elegantly mounted
in silver Peneil cases. One to be awarded to any
member, arhiS class for the greatest proficiency in
Book-keepine,; and the other to, any member of hii
class for the best specimen and. greatest. improve
ment in .11fercantile Penmanship. Day and trolling
Classes. Dours or business until tat of October, 2
t 6 4, and 71 tO 10 P. M. _.' . sepl
Pittsbuzlgli: Nariga
ranee C
1101,72 - c'e Xi. 21,
Afichaell Alien,
C. A nsh!utz,;
!Thos. Biliketyell,
Robert peer,
•i R. W. T't
jIonEUT. 17 I;NNEY, .SCI
,aug724J-01m.. •
JoUn 11.11n e vls,
Corndr of eocl and Filth s.trcets, Pittsburgh,
is ready to ie_ceivc merchandize of every description
on conuipment for public or private sale, and from
longesperience in the above busines, flatters himself
jhat he will be'able to give entire satisfaction to all
who may favor :him with their patronage.
Regular saleU on Mondays and Thursdays of Dry
Goods and .rancy.artieles, at 10 O'clock, _l. M.
Of groceries, Pittsburgh manuthetured articles,
new and secondhand furniture, Re., at two o'clock,
Sales every evening at early gas-light. angl2-y
D.lnu'e Inyitutions Outdone by :tintuxe..
r HIS Oil lis obtained from a well near Burksville,
Kentneky, at the depth of 185 feet below the
! surface of the earth, and 170 feet through solidrock.
I Its curative 'properties are truly astonishing, and as
a Remedial !Agent it may well be pronounced won
derful. Since the discovery of this Panacea of Na
tore, numbdrs 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
, aliened success in the treatment of the following
diseases: InflaMmatory Itheuniatisin, Burns and
Scalds ' Cholic,!!Piles, Flatulence, inflammation of
the Kidneys, Deafness, Consumption, Liver Com
plaint' Plitlfivic.; Scald Head, Cancers, Weak and
Sore Eyes Bruises, Fresh Cuts and Wounds,l
Sprains and Strains, Dropsy, Pains in the Breast and
Side, Totter, influenza, Ulcerated Sore Throat,
Consumption, Bronchitis„ Sinisms,! Ulcers, Spinal
Affections, Scrofula or Kings Fvil, Coughs, Syphilis,
IlingWorm, all Bowel Complaints, all Chronic' dis
eases, Impurities of the Pined and General Debility.
It is likewisd very beneficial for Female Complaints I
in general; acts as a great Restorative from Languor,
weakness of Rack and Chest, Low Spirits and Execs
sive Debility ! ,
Read the following Certificates,all of which are
authentic; all the persons therein named are now
living, and Well:known in Cincinnati:
11 P.OI9IIURGH, Aug 22, 1546.
This is to certify that wb have used the American
Oil fur the whooping cough, among our children, by
giving them front 20 drops to a:small tea spoonful at
night, which always enabled them to rest well through
the night. I also applied it to one of the children
that got her arm burnt by j turniag . over a tea .M.lp of
hot coffee (unit, the child seased crying I:iy the time
the arm was 'dressed and bound up, and has never
complained of it since. I also was afflicted with a
pain in my side ana breast, and have been so fur
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 have beti very much 'relieved, and do really
believe that it is the best fliMily medicine that I have
ever, seen. I applied it tolone of my neighbor'Sfor
a strained ancle, Which relieved her in 'a few minutes.
We have also used the oil:for a strahred joint in our
own family, which gave case in a very short time.!
We live on the cast side ofPenn st., 3 doors mini!' of
Walnut, I am non' as well as I ever was in my liib.
:0 Cases rich fill
:odds; Freneh
Ind English Cash
terns and .1\ lons.
le Laines ; Gala
Lobrain plaids;
lain 're nc.h
[oak Cloth 6:
rioted and plaid
loakings, a full'.
3sortment of:
rench Broche,
tinted Cashmere
ik. and colored
Whet, plain and
'awls, plain and
'erinos, Alpacas
td piain 111.
lines; plain, blk
of rich colored
Prrrimmten, Aug. 14, 1840.
This is to ccrtiE, that my son has had the Plethisie
for seven years, and was very bad with it, and about
12 or 15 days since, I commenced giving to him
about 20,0 r 25 &bps of the American Oil, twice a.
day. ;which relieved him in a day or two of his diffi
efilty of breathing, and he is now entirely relieved
of his cough; our boy is 10 years of age. We live in
King's Alley. ; NANCY XING.
1 .- Cirrcirmarr, July Ist, 18216.
Sir: Haying been cured of a very severe disease
of the eyes and 'head be the use of the American
Oil, I feel it my dtity to Cie public, as well as to you,
to send you the following , certificate:
I hereby certify that I was severely afflicted one
year hgo last winter, with inflamed sore oyes and ' a
very severe pain in my head from my eyes up to the
top of my head, and continued so for several weeks.
My eyes were . sor much inflamed and sore that 1
could not see to attend any , business, nor could I tell
one Übject front another a: few yards from 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 failed. In April, 1845, I hard
of the American Oil. I procured a bottle, and be
fore I had used a half a bottle I was entirely well,
and still continue so. I will not be without it in my
housd as long as Ii can get the genuine article. 'also
gave it to one of my men that was working for:me,
' that had the tetter in his hands so bad that when he
would grip anything tight in them the blood would
burst out, and , the use of half a bottle cured us both.
I would advise all. that are ,afflicted in any way to
i f
give the Oil a fair: tri I, and I think they will be,
pleased with the effect it will have, Sad.
Sold at One Dollar er Bottle at Jackson's Patent
Medicine Warehouie,S9Liberty, head of Wood et.,
Pittsburgh. Tun ONLY lILICE IN Prrrsstruou where
the Genuine Ameriecuiloii oar be obtained.
Beware of a Counterfeit article. The Seneca Oil,
put in American Oilllottles, and labelled ~Amerl
ean Oil." It somewh at resembles the American
Oil, but possesses non of its virtues or healingpow
erg. ; .
W. IJackson respectfully informs the Public that
D. Hail & Co., the proprietors of the Ame.rican Oil,
have appointed hint their SOLE AGENT for Wost
em Pennsylvania.
All persons - wishing Suli-agencies will apply at 8.9.
Liberty street, as above.
N. B. Sub-agents` ; wanted for every town in the
above ;District.
A great numbeior certificates are on hand.and
can be seen at the office, 89 liberty street, head of
Wood. aag 28-ly
rpm: FALL SESSION of - this department of the,
Western University, will commence in fife new
University Building, on the FIELST MONDAY OF SEE ,
rezone nest; and the - SPRING SESSION of 154'7,
will cominence On the F.tesxMoNDAy OF - rEDDIJADY.
TWinstitution having so far recoirefeclfreerLthe'
effectti-erthe great fire of .April latt year; asleltave
the new hUilding 'nearly completed with increased..
accommodations for all its departments, it' is.hOPed
that the Law School will be found to present increas
fid facilities and attractions to these ndlo desire to:
pursue a - regular and thorough course of legal educa.-,
tion, and to prepare themselves creditably for ad,'
riiiitance tiythe bar.
Lion and loire "usu..
, 4W :et, &rect.
Willinn Ebbs, .
Lewis liutchison,
Fred. Lorenz,
James May,
M. ALLEN, - PreS'l,
---- ".
There kill be daily reeitatiOns by the classes On
aSsigned- lessons, so arranged as to embrace, within
a two yiars course, all the principal and rnost im
portant branches of the laws Occasional-lectures
op, law and equity, will also be delivered aS.Eiart of
the course. .
TEIE MOOT COITRT designed forassisting students
in acquiring knowledge and readiness in the prac
tice of the law will be resumed as soon as the nomc
her of 3'olElolo.i Will
.511Stify.. The dotrree of BACI/E•
LOT/ OF LAW will be conferrdd on students of the:
institution, according the rules usual in such instita•
Any further information that iney be rejiiireil cart
readily be obtained - on application to the Prefessori
WALTP.II. T1..L0 - h -- atr, who_ has his office on 9th abovo
Smithfield street, Pittsburgh: -
TEinits---Serenty-five dollars a year, , or' thirty-sev
en and a half dollars a' session. - atig6-d3ur
omr. Druggists are misled into the error T of buy 7.
1.. D
ing a miserable imitation of Dr. Smith's Sugar- , .
Coatehadian Vegetable Pills, simply becanie !bey
can purchase the spurious cheaper. We shall in all,
cases expOse such dealers throughout the country,
who, after being duly informed of the rascality of
these imitators, buy and attempt to impose upon the
public with such worthless trash. It is not the So 7
gar coating alone that constitutes' the value of my,
but it is . mit inreat ion, for which - I claim the
right. G. BENJ. SMITH, 31-. 31 5
179 Greeuwich st. and 2 Water st Boston.
We, the undersigned, wholesale drimiists Lou
! isville, Ky., are satisfied; from all the jistbrination
that we 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- Carp, 492 Main street.
.1. S. 'Morris 4- Co., 401 Main st.
Rupert 4- Lindenbcr,,, 511 Main st.
h George Lapping 4- tb., 79 Fourth st.
Bull 4- Alden, 81 Fourth st.
The following from druggists in New York shows .
I invented. the Sugar Coated Pills in 1543:
New York, June 10th, 184.1.
We ) the undersigned, never saw or beard of . 4 .8u7
gar Coated Pills," until Dr. G. Benjamin Snaith tnan
ufactured. and cshibitcd them to us abou t a year since..
Rasfiton C0.,110 Broadway and 10 Astor House , .
Israel`Randolph, M. D. SG'Liberty
Horace ELcreti, .9G Hudson at
Jbkn Castree, 97 Hudson st.
Datid Sands, 79 Fulton st.
I have been afflicted with dyspepsia in its moetag.
ioravated form tbr three years past, and foiled no 1-
elief until I used Di. G. Benj. Smith's "Sugai-Coatl:
;ed Indian Vegetable Pills." After.using Mx boxes of
said valuable pills, lam entirely cured: They are
a general remedy: J. K. UMIAK.
" Paducah, Ky. Nov. 9,1845: • -
We certify to the above facts. . • ..
Dr. Smith's "Sugar-Coated Pills" are universally
esteemed in this vicinity. i
HODGE GIVENS & Co', Mtrchantsi..
Paducah, Ky. Nov. 19, 1845.
At the request of Dr. G. Benjamin Smith's agent
we cheerfully state that we visited the office of Dr:
Smith in September last, - while in New-York,_ and
found)him to all appearance carrying, on a very ex
tellSiVe business with his Sugar-Coatd ludian VegeL
table Pills. The extent of his establiSbnimit would
astonish any one not initiated in the mysteries of the .
pill trade.--Imuisville Journal.
(Prom Dr. Singleton.)
Smithland, (Ky.) Feb. 24,184 G. •
Dr. G. Benj. Smith.—Dear Sir: Nothing has ever
been introduced that has sold so well and given such
general as your. Sugar-Coated Improved
Indian Vegetable Pills. Very respectfully, yours,:..
, , • . S.F. SINGLETON::
(From Dull & Alden.)
Louisville, (ICy.) Feb. kith, - 1846.. '
- Dr. G. Benj. Smith—Dear Sir: Yru tvill please send
us 12 gross of your valuable Pilts. From presentin
dications we shall - sell a lame amount of theme :
We find that they - go very quick.- Your friends;.
• BULL '
( From Wilson, Statbird & Smith.) .
Louisville, Feb: 13th, ISIG.
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' ime,
yet we have sold them all. You will'please send us
10 gross through Messrs. Lawrence S. N'ee:se, of your
city, who will forward them to us ,via Pittsburg!.
Yours, respectfully;
WILSON, STARBIRD-&:. Si6llTfl .'
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 beia good
medicine; and. also from enquiry_ in that city, I am.
persuaded that he is the original inventor, and
therefore, is entitled to the benefit of the inventon.
aug2l, - Pastor Ist Baptist Church Pittsburgh,
We hare forty letters from different dealers solicit. ,
ing the agency of my Pill, although they had the spu.
does in their store--one in particular from New Or.
leans, which we shall publish. Principal ' - 7 4
Offices—New York 179 Greearrich
Boston 2 Water at. -
;Kr. G. BENJAMIN SMITH is written on the bopr
torn of every box of genuine "Sugar-Coated Pillti. 3, ' ' • '
Aotrts—W illiam Henderson Druggist; nos Liberty
street - Pittsburgh: John l
Sargeant Allegheny city.. .. '..
. . -
TN. undersigned would respectfully inform the
citizens of Pittsburgh and its vicinity, that ha l 2
has purchased from Mr. Mosta Cory; his .large and
splendid stock of Dry Goods, kept at No. 66Market
street, where he intends to keep - a general assort-.
runt of seasonable Goods, which he will sell at:very
reduced prices. Please call and judge foryourselves,
No. 66 llilarket street.
To my friends and patrons I am mach nbliged
and would respectfully recommend. Mr. William
Cowen,-my successor. MOSES CORY.
RECEIVED THIS DAY,. by, - klapress, another]
of rich Mick MANTILLAS, at the NeerNerkr,
Store, 79 Market street:, - -
augl7 W. H. G'ARRAIID.
1 ..
1 H. Williams' Scieet 5e.1e00..1,.
IVIORTII East corner of Federal and "Robinson
IN streets, Allegheny, will ' COlllllaotlee its Vddi
'session on:Monday the 31stinst. . ' :, , - •.:,,,
Pica; Professor H. -TFashingteJt College„ and
Having. attended ari examination of the, school
taught hyMr. - Williams, we 'take pleasure iP bear
ing our testimony to tho evidencb afforded by it oe
the unusual skill and labor - of - IFir. Williams. The
understanding of the prinnipte. °fele subjects. which
the scholars had been studying,
clear answers to questions asked by. others thamtho
teachers, prove the exc - ellc•nee. of the New England.
modes of teaching, in Which Mr. - Williams seems to
he proficient. - R, 11. LEE;
• WISIIAAT,•&e. -
From the Rev. Mr. Preston, Doctor Runt,
Haring attended au examination' br - the, Select
School under the care of l'Ar.'ll'enry WilliamS, held
recently in his school .room, corner of Federal: and
Robinson streets, Allegheny city, we Wish to
public attention to this institution.:: We were highly
gratifipri with the progress and orderofhis
This Banner of simplifying, and illustrating - the dill ,
ferent branches is peculiarly happy-, and Wel- calcu-. ;
!hated to give interest to the-pupils. - His mode- of
teaching them to, read struck us as novel; and - one,.
that cannot fail to make good readers: • - 7 . -
From the knowledge "that we have of Mr.' -.Wil
liams' character as a teacher, his zeal, lidentY and
succesS, we - cordially reCommend him to the patron- - . -
age of the public. His location is eltigible - for both'
cities:. DAVID HUNT,'
RICII , D BARD, • '• ' •
I attended the above examination, - and cut trill .
say I was touch gratified witlithe atteintesent of the
-WM. PRES:I'O4,-
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