The daily morning post. (Pittsburgh [Pa.]) 1846-1855, October 10, 1846, Image 1

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P. C. Shannoti
TTORNEY AT LAW, Greeisburg; Westmore
land cortuty,Tti., will practice in the West
moreland, Indiana and Cambria courts. . decB-y
‘l7ll.llnin TlVAliilion. • •
- T TO IINEY AT LAW and Solicitor in Chancery
Offide in Barra now building, Fifth street, be
lween Wood and Smithfield. augl t •
Magravir & Itt.Knight,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW, Office removed to the
/- 1 residence of H. S. Magraw, on'Fourth
.All st. ' one
doorfrom.CherrYey. hp2l-y
SYllla & Donnelly;
.Pittsburgh, Pa. Office on Fourth at., between
Smithfield and Grant. - naarl4-e
Edmund Snowden,
TTORNEY AT LAW, office in the building on
jot the Noith East corner of Fourthand'Smithileld
gainfltonit, Bruce,
A.TTORNEYS AT LAW, office North - side o.
Fifth street, between. Wood and Smithfield sits.,
ittabergh,. Pa.. Collections made, on reasonable
arms: dee4-y
. , Morro'n - j,
LDELEINI.A.,N,. of north Side or Fifth street,
.t - IL between Wood and Sinithfield, Pittsburgh.
Andrew Burke,
tronNEY AT LAW, office Smithfield street,
between Fourth street and Diamond Alley, op
posite 31rAce. Weyman'stubaceo manufactory.
James Callan,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, office in the chamberi
occupied by. Alderman 3l'Masters, on Fifth ot.,
between Wood and. Smithfield. aplS_y
ofEce on Fourth street, opposite R. iu R. H
Patieison , a Livery Stable, Pittsburgh. sepHl-
Forsvaird Swartzwelder,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Fourth street between
Wood and Smithfield, !apposite Patterson's liv
ery stable. ap7-y
GeiOirge F. Gillmore,
A TTORNEY AT LAW, Mee in Breed's build
21:ings.i4th st., above Woof, Pittsburgh, Pa.
• • C. Orlaudo-Loomts,
'AT LAW,.effiee Fourth et., above
Smithfield. 4 j uly 1-y
ABEELEN has removed his commission and for
avardiog business from the Carla! Basin to his
new - warehouse on Third street, nearly apposite - the
Post Office.
. - may3o-y
nicht:rd. Cowan,
TTORNEY -AT LAW, office in Stuart's build•
ings, Fourth at., above Wood. junel9-dwy
JohO . W. Bnrrell,
ATTORNEY AT LAW; having returned from
hia Europe - an tour has taken an office on the
-tiorth east corner of Fourth and Smithfield sts. Per
sons having,had brisinesii and papers in the hands of
Samuel Kingston, Esq., deceased, will call on the
abase, as all' the - unsettled business of Mr. Kingston
has been left in his handi. marl-v
Charles El. Hays,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Pittsburgh, Pa. Com
missbner to take the proof and acknowledge
ment of deeds, leases, contracts, doposites or other
writings, to be recorded or used in the States of
ICentucky, Indiana and Tennessee. Office No. 80.
Stuart's buildings, Fourth street. marl Z-y
James - S. Craft,
.co FA, Lon AN D NOTARY,
~~ Pittsburgh Pa.„ having resigned the office of
ecretary P. Nay. and Fire,lns. Co., will attend spc
, chilly to collections and business connected with
navigation, insurance, accounts and real estate. Bu
siness hours, 9 , A. M. to 9 P. M. ;Office, No. 1,
„Stuart's buildiags,(So; 80;Tourth st„) second door
east of Wood street., fob3-y
Franklin, Venaugo.iounty, Penna., will attend
promptly to all business entrusted to his care—col
lections made in Warren, Clarion andiJetietson
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J. A. Stnektrin & Co.
Murphy, Wilson & Co. itteburgh.
John Bigler,.
Mon. , James Kinnear,'
M 7 Calmont, -
lion hates Wilson Steubdnville' Ohio, juy23-y
_ . John A. Parkinson
A LDERMAN, Fifth Ward, Peunstreet, between
111 L Walnut and O'Hara streets,where he may be
lound'at all times. Those having hbuees or other
,proper 7 to Sell or rent, can have the , same punctu
ally attended to; debts collected, and all the duties
"elan Alderman will receive promptattention.
-'oct.27-y • • .
N: Holmes et,Sony
AIIIKER,S and dealers in Eoreign and Domestic
Bills of. Exchange, certillcates'of deposit, bank
Motes and specie. Drafts and notes collect:4,llnd
temittafices made to any part of the 'United States,
N 0.115 Maxkot street. i jan7-y
- - Johnston & Stockton,
XI KERS, No. 114 Market street. sep 10-y
jicriba & Scite.bler,
No. 115 Wood str ee t, t hree doors below Fan,
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Pittsburgh, Pa. I jan7...)
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antes Patters°
((RICER of First and Ferry streets, Pittsburgh;
Pa.i manufacturer of lock:, hinges and bolts,
tobacco, fuller, mill and timber screws, bowies
screws for rolling mills, &c. I seplO-y
. , ' wrn. A. Ward,
ENTlSl:,_has removed to place of his for-
Ulf merretidence in Penn street, two doors below
•: B. E. Constaitle,
DEALER in "Fancyl and St4le -Dry Goods, B 3
Market street, Pittsburgh.. ; novlO.y
Edgar S'llornla I
IrRUG- and -ramify Medicine Store, corner of
_LI Penn and Hand streets, Pittsburgh, Pa., Phy
sycians's j3rescriptions accurately compiiunded. Medi
cines can be hail at all hours of the ddy or, night.. '
jan2l-y • ' •
Browns Ville. Juniata Iron i
17DWARD .HUGFIES manufacturer!
4nails, warehouse, Smithfield ahoy':
• C. ;A. 111 , Auulty ar e ©q
c., T Ati-ssioN
Canal Basin, Pittsburgh, Pa t 7 I
- Martin .1411 e,
VAMILY GROCER, Smithfield titre
42, to the Vifth Preebllerian C111;1-.014.
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TMPOItTERS and manuaucturere;of Wall-Paper
and General Paper Watehouse, 87 Wood
re et, Pittsburgh. je`.2o
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.347 m. o , llaisi Aolblnsciv,
LATE U. S. Attorney, hOJm
eoved his office to
No. 8 St. Clair et. sapid-y
- Two Squares.
Six months ,. . $2O 00
One year, ' 30 00
in proportion.
~ FIVE-DOLLARS a year;
UMBER MERCIIANT, ; Office on Pennittreet,
j_j between - Irwin" arid. Hand sts., Pittsburgh, Pa.
All Commissions will be promptly attended to. mar4-y
School Zook and Paper Warehouse. -
LUKE LOOMIS, 4gent, piddislier, bookseller and
bookbinder, No. 89; - wood street, Pittsburgh.
tritrivalled Blacking,
ft ANUFACTU RED and sold, wholesale And re
,t Mil, Smithfield at. betn'een Sixth and Virgin
vrANFFACTUREII -of Lard Oil and dealer in
1111 Star Candles, Fifth street, near Market, S. W.
Coleman, liallman fi. Co.,
Ij~ r rANUFACTURERS.of Carriage Springs .and
Axlei, r 1 13., and spring steel, and dealers in
coach trimmings, of every description manufactory
on St. Clair street, warehouse, 43 Wood street, op.
posite St. Charles - Hotel. - j art23-y
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INlUcLoNn'sAtaya‘onit .1.) L d i E c
u t t na i e t r d e
a a n n d d
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.
ANUFACTURKI3. or laconntirrrmu TEETH,
.111_ T Smithfield street, two doors below Fifth strret
Pittsburgh, Pa. Always on hand a full assortment or
Plato and Pivot teeth, of a.. variety of shades, as
simple Plate, Molars and Biscuspidatoes, Gum teeth,
Screw Pivot teeth, &c. Teeth and blocks made to.
Order; Dentists iiupplied wittOall articles in the pro
saion. AU orders from abroad must be accompan-
led by the cash.
Platina always on hand. n0v11.5-y !
Dr. Daniel IWAteal.
OFFICE on Smithfield, three doors from Sixth at.,
Pittsburgh.dee ttl-y
Dr. George Wott, ..
OOFFICE, No. 77 Smithfield street, near Sixth st.,
Pittsburgh. . , aug2l-y
F. Blume,
PIANOFORTE manutaCtutrer and dealer in Mu
sical Instruments, No. 112 Wood street, near
Fifth. nov 19-y
pAINTER, Fifth, near Market st., Military flags,
Banners, Mgr's, designs for ttearubnat Wheel
huuseH, and fancy painthej of every description neat
ty executed at the shorteAfintice. jy27.116e1
George Bulky,
PLUMBER, and manufacturer of Pumps and Hy
drants, which aro superior to and cheaper than
any iu the city. Plcase•te call and eanmine tifryour
selves. Foarth.street,hetween Smithfield and Cher
ry Alley. Hydrants and pumps repaired.
101 ECTIFYING DISTILLER, and wholesale deal-
Irt et in Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors,
No. 11l Liberty street, and 53 Diamond Alley, Pitts
burgh, Da.
11. 0. Seller..., 31. D.
PMOVI•D to Penn St., between Irwin and hand
streete, fire doors belbw-hand et. apls-y
URGEtON DENTIST, 118 Liberty street, a few
0 doors below St. Clair st., Pittsburgh. ap2B-y
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Ogden & Snosvden,
sale and retail druggists; and manufacturers of
white- lead, red lead and litharge, corner o 1 Wood
and Second FItEL, Pittsburgh, Pa. novl:3-y
.31arGlu ,k.. Smith,
OUCcESSORS to Irvine & Martin, wholesale gro-
I. cers, produce and commission merchaut'n, and
dealers in Pittsburgh manufactured arti- '
Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
John 3Veloskey,
j_ Sixth street and Virgin Alley, south
J. D. 'Williams Co.
IXTI/01...F.8.11.1 , ; and retail grocers, Portrcling
V and conimission merchants, and dealprs in
country produce and PittsSurrzh Alanallicturesl . Nu.
110, Northeast corner of Wood and Filth tartlets.
seg. 8.
B. A. Pahuostook Ar. Co.,
wIIOLESALE and retail Druggists, come Siith
anti Wood ntreets. s pt2-y
• Thoznao
STORE, corner of Wood and Fourth streets,
Pittsburgh - 4p14-y
Sterett S. Co.,
WHOLESALE and retail dealers in,foreigti and.
domestic, Wines and Liquors, exclusivbly,
No. 18 Market street.
• P. C. Martin,
WHOLESALE and retail Grocer and dealCr in
Foreign and - Domestic Wines and Liquors,
Foreign and Domestic Fruit, Nuts, p., No. 60 \Valor
street. seps-y
linainbert. aC Ship:ton ;
V Commission Islerchants, dealers in prlaiee
and Pittsburgh manuractures, Nos. 133 and 135 Wood
street; Pittsburgh, Pa. , fhb2-
John Scott & Co.,
V • llerchants, No. 7 Commercial R WO, Li erty
street, Pittsburgh. 419-y
, &J. 11,Devitt,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, dealers in prolluce
and Pittsburgh manufactures generally) No.
224 Liberty, opposite 7th street, Pittsburgh., 11.:28-
John H. Mellor,
TXTHOLESAI,E and 'retail dealer in Music and
V Musical Instruments, Piano Vortes, School
Books and Stationery, No, 122 Wood street, Pius
. . - James Parik, Jr., - & Co - .,
VXTHOLESALE (4tOERS, importers of tin plate
11' and queensware, and - dealers in copper and
Pittsburgh manufactured articres; Nos. 112 and 114
2n det., betweenVood and Smithfield etc. jal4-nl4-y
ATM. MOODY respeetfully announces to. his old
11 friends that he intends opening a Select School
in this city, on the first Monday of April neif, in the
basetnent of the Third Presbyterian Church: inar2l-t
of iron and
044, Y pain
Woqd Pittab,
, st p .
- la. erty
t, neat door
maTi 11
Geoige.t 64. ih - ffiur
' No. 26 Mood . st.,. Pittsburgh. , nov27-y
U:EO.S. SWARTZ.' would respectfullyinfOrm his
friends audnusterners,that he has removed to
No. 196 Market Streej, hstweert Fifth and Liberty sts.,
east side, wh'ere lie mreCeiving a lorge and well as
sorted stock-cif springzoods, to which he re
spectfnlly invite chei.tattention. - ap3-d6m
Sem'. Bpo)L,Stoxe
yr S. BOS WORTH &CO., No. 43 Market street,
11 - 1 nest !loot to-Third street; :are' just-opening a
new and extensive assortment or Books and Station
ery, which theywilLsell, wholesale and semi, at the
lowest Miceli. - • • ap2s-y
SAMUEL GCO. G. 13116W1F1D, -
L. Wilmarth,
111. C. Edey,
Flint Glass Esta.blialtrnent
Otlo KttAxtz,
J. Bryar;
Hugh .krterst
SolectiSchc; o l.
F 7. Sellers,
DRUGGIST, and dealer in dye
oils, 'varnishes, &G., No. .57,
Dr. 117
m. X. Wright,
NTIST, Office anti residence in
lair at., a few'doors below Lai,
Aear the gzchance
pi...r)rsil.u.Rag.,:s*T.ikTitipAy.;.o - 0.T.0kTER:1Q,..,:•1841 . 6
Franklin House, Fourth street,
Between, Smithfield and Grant Streets, Pittnburgh
fiIIRISTLIN SCHMERTZ, Preprietor, respect
fully informs his friends and the public general:
ly, that he will open the abcive splendid House
the Ist day of ?gay next.
The 'House being new;and finished in she most
commodibus: and convenient - manner; and having it
furnished with the'newost and most beutiful style of
furniture; flatters himself that be will be able to-ac
commodate his friends and the trave ing public, in a
manner not inferior to any tumler establishment in
the city.
As the „House is situated near the Court }loose, ar
rangements-have been made to serve up meals at any
hour in the day, ilia will be great convenience to
those who are iu attendance at court.
0::r Refreshments of all kinds can be had. Boar
ders takthi by dieweek or day.
fizrLuitch every day at o'clock, A. M
W p.qhlikgton, .1i ot el,
,TA.mEs ARMSTRONG, Proprietor Cornet of Ste.
t) Clair and Penn streets, Pittstiorgb,; the proprie
tor begs leave to, return his most grateful 'thanks to
his friends and the publin for past favors,and
by attention, to merit a conthmation,of their pStrtn
age. The houise is pleasantly situated near the Ex
change; it has accommodations for travelers, and a
large room lbr public meetings, dinneror supper par-
Refreshments always' ready, or _ prepared on the
shortest notice, with the choicest the Market will af
ford.. Gysters and. Oyster Soup, also Fresh Shell
Oysters, received every:day during the season. The
greatest care.ha.s 'Men taken in the selection of wines
and Rquers. ' A.Yariety of newspapers are regularly
filed in the' establishment,
P. 8. A not Lnuch served up everyday at 11, A
, ap 18-y.
Ca4al.ll2at House.
B y lt. DOSSETT,Penn street, Pittsburgh, Penna.
Boarding and lodging, by the, day or week, on
the most reasonable terms. Strangers will find it to
their advantage to patronize him. Persons travelling
cast 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.
' Eve'' , information given to Iron Manufacturers in
all branches of the business.
Home brewed aje can at all times be bad at the
bar. . nor 10-y
Lato•ette Refrectory.
IrTOS. 61 mid q, Wood street, coder Lynd's
tion store. ;The subscribers hive fitted up the
above,pla&o in sUperior style, and they feel assured
will give consfOrt 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
visuors and-families on the shortest notice. .Other
luxuries, candies, fruit and pastries of lam chOieest
kinds always on hand. Their Bar is filled , with the
best brands the market can afford; and Regalia, Cal
tello, Principe and Havanna Cigars of superior
it,•. llvcry attention paid to visitors. ITkeir motto
is, every luxury in its.season. Prices minlerate.
novio-y 'OGDEN IL i GIBSON.
Burnt Dlbtrtet Hotel. I
SAAC MURDOCK tiamerly of the [7nion Hotel
I - on Watersticet,b ' aving been burnt out, haebuilt
a new and handsome, house expressly fur the accom
modation of travelers, nti the corner or Second and
Stal•tliffeld streets, which 'lra] be knownAis the Burnt
District Hotel. -
; He is noiv prepared to offer every acceinnfodation
and every Comfort to the traveler, at very moderate
charges. Ile k provided )vith ample and convenient
stabling-. deblll.:v
Ft. r. STERETS. JACOD 1V.E.1 Cpl.
0 TERErr s co., wholesale and retail deilei4iii
Foreign IVines and Lninors, corner of Markel
and Front Arcetx, Pitwbuigh. Pa.
Rierences—Witi. If olintis &-. Cu., Henry F. Seliwili
pe, Win. Eirldiatnn, U. Wearer.
Their stock has been selected with groat care,and
eonsiFts Of the choicest rpialttics snitahle. for mar.
ket, to whioli they would respectfully call'uttention
and solicit a share of public patronage. It comprises
the following in casts antl.
Wines—.)iaderias, SLcirica , Lishons, Tonnriffea,
Porte, Malagas Calabria:3. Liquors—Brandies, Gina,
Rama, and I,Vinskica. : aug.2s
Eichance notel,
LEN BROWN, Pacentralnt.—Terms 81,00 per
day. Then ndersigned, formerly of the Merchants
Hotel, corner of Wood and Third streets, has leased
tints superior esmblishment, and furnished 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 oninibu.4
and alrag ' rage wagon arc provided for the use of his
guests, and a Porter will be in attendance at all hours
to meet the demands of the traveller. The long ei
perience of the undersigned in this business, assures
him that his Canniest purpose to satisfy all who call,
cannot be unsuccessful. He feels altogether at lib
erty to promise his visitors a comfortable and cleanly
abode, liberal entertainment, and a hearty welcome, 1
at a moderate expense. ALLEN BROWN.
WILLIAM COLEMAN having, on the first day
January, inst., associated with him Jas. W;
Hallman and John F. Jennings, under the name and
style of Coleman, Hallman' & co., win now have in-
Creased facilities for manufacturing Steel Springs,
hammered axes, Amerihan Blister and Spring Steel,
&c., to which the attention of dealers is respectfully
solicited, and hope by strictattention to business, to
merit a continuance to the new firm the favors so lib ,
erally bestowed upoh hiin.f Factory on St. Clair st.
—warehouse 43 Wood St.' ' opposite the St. CiMrles
Hotel, where can tie found a good. assvrtment of
Springs, Axles, A. 8., and Spring Steel, and Chad,
rimmings of every description, together with Iron,
Nails and l'itishurgri manufactured articles. o — The
highest price.paid for scrap iron. jan,22
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A , Fulton,
BELL AND BRASS FOUNDER, has rebuilt and
commenced business at his old stand, No. 70
Second, bet Ween Market and Ferry streets, where
he will be pleased to pee his old customers and
Church, steamboat, 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, Couplers, Railing, Er.c.:Stc.,
',together with every variety of Brass Castings, ifl re
quired, turned and finished in the neatest manner.
A. F. is the sole agent fur 13ablatt , s Anti-Attraction
Metal, so justly celebrated for the reduction of fric
tion in machinery. The boxes and composition can
be bad of hint at all times.
Franklin Machine
HE subscriber having; been removed by the
great fire *Allegheny; is preparefi to make.
Steam and Fife 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.
New Drug Store.
sai JOHN D. MORGAN, Wholesale and Retail
tg. Druggist, N0..03 6..W00d street. one door South
of Diamond Alley, Pittsburgh.---The subscriber
has just received from the Eastern cities, and is now
opening at the above stand, a full assortment of
articles in his line, consisting of Drugs of all kinds,
Dye Stuffs, Paints and Varnishes, ChemicalS,
he., together wilt all. such articles as are
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 hini with a call. my9-y.
hu 111, Townsend,
kif street, three doors above Third street, Pitts
burgh, will have constantly on hand a well.selCcted
assortment of the best and freshest Medicines, which
he, will sell .on .the most reasonable terms. ,Physi
cians sending orders will be promptly attended to,
and - supplied with articles they may. ,rely upon as
Physicians' prescriptions Will be accurately and
neatly preparerl from the best matarialS,;a . t any hour
of the day or night.'
Also,. On sale, a large stock °Urea' an& good qrftintery - f 'ilk 3041
Lard Oil 4IC 4 Reduced Price
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HE subscriber would respectfully . inform his
T friends and; the public in general, Oat his new
!Factory is now 'completed, and with a large addition
Ito his machinery, hellprepared to make considera
ble quantities - of
. .a sOperior article .of lard Oil,
which he is determined to sell cheap, fully apprecia
ting the old proverb;that "a nimble. Sixpence is
worth more than a slow. shilling." He .frets confi
dent that consumers would find it to their dvantago
to give him a call and examine for themsel es.
Woolen manufacturers, Machinists and 4 there, aro
respeettullylnvited to °Xtunine.hiS superior oil, Fifth
street, near:Market, opposite' Hankers-Confection-
ary store, and-Messrs. Samuel APClarken & .Co.,
Liberty street. - . , - M. C. EOEY,
- ! Pittsburg° Lard Oil Manufzcturer.
A. superior quality of Star Candles, always on baud,
of assorted - sizes. !E- -_
' ' - mar24-y
Ornamental Mir Wcirk: ' .., :
MRS: RENTER, Wig Maker,
"Allegheity City; sir doors from the
Aqueduct, opposite the Collector's
o.llicOvishes to inform 'the pub
lic .that She has just commenced
the 'Ornamental Hdir..husiness,
and has a very simbrior stock, m
eth:o(ll.l'am the Eastern cities and
Paris; aid.nhe is prepared to fill
.all orders - at-the shortest notice,
and in. a manner that cannot be
excelled by Iny Similar niamtfao-
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and ibtends •ceping, a large as
sortment-of Ornamental liair 'lork, such as Ladies'
Wigs ' ;Lands, Braids, Curia; Necklaces, Guards,
Bracelets, Finger Ring*, &U d Geutlentens , Wigs,
Tanpries, Scratches, Fte. 1 . .
,Mrs. it. has. been for many
.icars , engaged in the
business in France
,and the - United Staten, and 11 - bm
' her long and experience, she feels confident in being
able to give satisfaction fe,ajl who will favor her
with their patronage. Her Prices are more liberal
than .have been offered in this city heretofore.
mar 17-ly • •
TTAVE the pleasure to annuenne to their, friends
that they again occupy their old stand at No.
83, Wood street, where they have opened an exten
sive WALL -PAPER WAREHOUSE, and will have
contantly on hand en extensive asSortrnent of Satin
glazed and plain PAPER HANGINGS, Velvet and
Imitation Borders of the latestslyie; and most hand
some patterns for papering tans, parlors and churl
They manufueture, and.hil;c on hand a t all times,
Printing, 'Writing, Letter, Wrapping and Te4'-:Paper,
Bonnet and Fuller's Boards—all of which they offer
for sale on the most aceenthiodating terms, and to
which they invite the attention of merchants and
ALSO--131auk Books of all kinds and the best qual
ity, School Books, Zi.e., alwaYs un hand and for sale
._. .
as above. aug f.',5
Landreth's, Warranted Garden Seeds,
bears the label • and warranty of DAyto Li/at-
DIIETII. ''For sale by F. L. SNOWDEN, N 0.29 Water
st., at the stand formerly occupied by Gee. A. Berry.
Extract from the •Report,of the Visiting Committee
of the Pemisylvania Horticultural Society,' nuatii
- tuously adopted and ordered to be printed,
"These extensive grounds are on Federal street,
near the Arsenal. • • •:`• The earliest collec
tion of Camellias was made here,:_ Arne of those
now in potsessien of those distinguiilied nurserymen
are ten feet high. • • •. • The selection, of
GREI:N.IIOUSE FL-IS - IS is valuable and extensive.
"The Nurseries are very correctly managed, sup
plying every part of the t!idok,_ a detail of . which
would occupy too much of otle*ee, we therelbre
content ourselves with statitigltiaothe stock is very
large, and in every stage of g rowth, consisting i el'
!a collection er hi rbacecoui !Ands, fruit trees of the
best kink 4pdt nest healondition, - liirge beds lot'
eredinl. .7ippik if; pcTatldifunt,, Re., as steeks fbr bud
_ ding and gritting; a p!au very superior to that 'st
working upon suckers, which carry with thent into
the graft all the ttie:l3e3 Of tilt: jvtrcnptoek. • •
"G.kank's Semis of the finest quality have been
scattered over the country from these grounds, and
may always be depended upon. The need establish
mem of these Horticulturists is one of the most ex
teLl3iVe ill the Union, and its reputation is well sustain
ed from year to year.
"To obviate the chance of mixture of the faring' of
the plants of the same family, they have established
another nursery at a suitable distance, - sn that degene
ration cannot take place, and which secures to the
purchaser a 'genuine Jarticle.' Knowing thus the
age, quality and process , of culture of every plant,
the a pplv from, their grounds is recommended with
grey con fi dence." .
•„, Since the date of the 'Report' from which the
alms • is extracted, the entire establishment has been
great y enlarged. The. collection of Camellias em
brac 3 all the finer kinds, and consists of some thou
sand of various sizes; so likewise with Roses, and
othe desirable plants, both tender and hardy; fruit
trees &e.
Th . Seed Gardeiis alone rover fifty acres, and the
whol • is, as it haS been for more than half a century,
under the successive management of father and son,
the rriost prominent in America.
- Orders received by F. L. SNOWDEN, from
catalogues may be received gratis. . niarfi-y
E subscriber begs leave respectfully to return
is grateful_ acknowlegements for the liberal pa
trons a bestowed upon him for years past, and par
ticulti ly to those who so generously.patrouized him
since his misfortune by the late tire. Having consid
maid, enlarged his busines by associating with Win.
B. Roberts as a partner, he would earnestly solicit a
continuanee of former tbsors to the new Jinn of
Roberts & Kane, and he trusts that by prompt atten
tion tit business they will give general satisfaction.
M. KANE, Jr.
TlMasubscribers would respeettlilly inform their
friend and the public that they_ have removed to
their new warehouse on Third between Market and
Wood streets, south aide, where they trusAby strict
attention to business, to merit a share of public pa
tronage. They solicit attention to their extensive
. . .
lin hand, which has been got up with great care,
latest style and most substantial manner, con
. in part_of the following articles, viz:
;Allegany Wardrobes,
44 Dressing, Bureaus,
4 4 , Book Case and Secretaries,
it Section Back Sofas,
" 4' Plane do.,
iu the
satin u
" Divans,
- " Ottomans,
• " Victoria Chairs,
" French do,
" Plain do,
" Centre Tables,
" Card do,
" Bureaus of every description,
" End Tables,
Marble Top Pier do,
" Centre do,
" Sofa do,
" Dressing Bureaus,
" Wash Stands,- .
Mahogany Work Stands,
" Hat Racks,
" Rocking Chairs,
" Sewing do,
Music Stools,
" Arm Chairs,.
" • French Besteads,
" Butlers' Trays.
Mahogany, cherry and poplar bedsteads, warrant
ed proof against bugs, and superior to any now , oKpr
ed to the public, Also, a variety of Windsor chairs,
of the best quality,and anew style of arm chair with
spring sent, well adapted fur 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 persona
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 rrianufac
ture. Orders from -a distance will receive prompt
attention, and the furniture Will he carefully packed.
Steamboats and hotels furnished at the 'shortest no
tice, andlan favorable terms. ROBERTS & KANE.
N. D. Undertaking in all its branches attended to.
!nary of Christian Doctrine aS used by the
Germari Reformed Churth,' English and "German..
For side at our store, No. I st. Pittsburgh: :
-jet! SCRIEU & SCHElnga,..l3goksellors.
nmes Iloriard#, Co
A Card
I • Henry W. Withaintr; -
; (successor ,to Lowrie Sr. Williams.) Office at
the old stand . ; Fourth street, above Smithfield.
THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between
Henry W. Williams ' Esqv, and myself, in the prac
tice of the law, wasdissolved by - Mutual convent on
the 2Gth ult., and the business will lieredfter be con
tinued by; - Henry W. Williams, whom I most cheer
fully recommend to 'all for whom I have.the honor
to do!business, as 'a gentleman - every way worthy of
their 'confidence.
D L.
ESPf;CTFULLY call .the attention of their
lA, friends, and DAT:Goons purchasers generally,
to their extensive assortment of
Vhich is now complete in every xicparment.
Purchasers ate particularly invited to examine our
very choice Selection of ' • . . .
Much attention has been given to their selection,
and ii pointpf richness and variety, we miser hdfore
have Veen able:to offer greater inducements.-
Fine Wool Cashmeres; Cashmere Reps;
Cashmere D'Ecosze,. Mons Do Laines;
Fancy and Sterile .Silks, &c. &c:
Six.tvl.6.--Frenc4, COhmere proche,.
Embroidered and plain Cloth; do. Thibet Shawls
of entirely new and rich patterns—in every variety
of style-- 7 also, hilk..l‘lcriuo, with Fancy
styles;lat reduced pricee.
Ladies Fancy Silk Velvets; •
Paris Hid Gloves, in all shailds and Nos.; ,
Boxiver Itinnmvs.- 7 -Seyeral boxes recd comprising
the different late styles, choice plittchis. Few boxes
very handsome patterns at 14 amts. - -
Linen Cambric lidkfs, from 121- -cis. to the nest
in. use.,
FREii CII AND Scorcit Gltroux.Xis---Of very desira
ble styles,antl qualities superior, at low prices.
French Thibet Cloths, in all, shade - p);
Alpacas; - Silk and Cott, Warps!, plain and fancy;
Bombazines, Lupine's best, at, unottally. low
Ombil - 1-4 Cashmeres;
Embussed Table Covcrs;. . •
. 1 '
Wootmc flidivuz-rs-12 and 14-4 luny bound, 124
twilled; beautiful article. Also low couts of different
styles, hll of which are offered at prices,3o per cent
I Splendid Calicoes, at 10 and 12,1. eta.
Our domestic department is lull, possessing advan
tages to the purchaser rarely, to be found.
Brown Shcetings, yard wide, c?dod
Do.i do.' do. Extra heavy, Sc.
GENI'LMIEN please take notice, that at our number
may be! found at all times French Broad Cloths,
Pant shills and Vestings; Satin and Silk Scarl, and
Cravats, new styles; Linen and Silk lidkfe., Gloves,
Hosiery, Gum Braces, Silk Elastics., Sill: Umbrellas,
:Ley &c.
The 4bove sleek has been purchased within the
last 30 044 Since the great depreciation in prices in
the Eastern nuthets, and will he disposed ol'antite
ly,tu.tho advantage ot'-tt nrchaser. Call and see
at the "Doren Tate (;a-r . . Haase.",
' Drugs, Drugs, Ornigs,
At .No.s..'a!omat.ercial Rorr,Li6erty strect, ,, Big Col
-I`4 den Mortar" on. more. .
1I - AYSI.: ROCKWAY, thankful for - the liberal pa
1, tronage, which they Itavvi herctofOro reccivpd
and wishing to merit an increased share of public pa
tronage, would respectfully call the attention of the
public to our stock of goods which we re
-1 ceiving ;for the fall trade. Among Which tray be
Ibund tzt quaptities to suit purchasers, the fullowinz
articles 4
i !Our:bard. Root, 't hinoricc Ifoot - -
Flour Sulphur, . I do. Bill,;
Gum Arabic - , - Refined Boras,.
Cal , tl Magnesia, Sal Soda,
Carb Mignesia,. Spanish Brown,
Gum Aloes, . Gum Copal,
Cream Toner, Roll Brimstone,
Calomel, White Chalk,
Sup Carb Soda, Ext. Log,wood,
Epsom Salts, diip'd do: ~
Glauber do. Madder,
Tartaric: Acid, . Y.'ellow Ochre, ,
Gam Scammouy, Chrome Yellow,
nal Copavia, ' ldo, Green.,
Salt Petro, • Rose Pink. .
Together with a general assortment of Oils, Paints;
Varnishes, Paint Brushes, ),)•e Woods, &c. &c., all
of which will be sold as low as at any other house
in the city. , 1 t srpl.9
litioneyW anted in exchange for Hats and
aITHE subscriber Windt' informtheta )
public that he has ceived fall
stock iif'Caps, all of whi chhate been principally
made to his order, and as his purchases has - been
made on the cash system,die is enabled to sell his
stock of Hats and Caps-at 'unusually tnw prices for
cash. His stock does not consist of the cuttings of
Eastern ,houses, but arc all a fresh Manufactured
article. ,Ncither is his esiablishinenti replenished
with the. old stock from ieastern markets. ,The
Proprietor being a hatter
. land Cap Manufaethrer,
by trade, as well as profess ion, lie is alio daily man
nfacturing Hats and Caps of all descriptions, and
for their neatness and - durability, cannot - be sur
passed. 'All of, Which he li:iffers at wholesale:and
retail, and at such prices Us cannot Pail to please
the purchaser. , '
No. 102, Woorl street, tiiirtldoor beloW John D. Da
vis> Cointnercial Auction Rooms.
10 Cases rich fall
oaiis; French
Liu] English Cash
ieres and Mous.
te Laines ; Gala
Lorain plaids;
lain French
loak Cloths:
rimed arid plaid
loakings; a Bill
ssortment of
-ench. Broche,
rimed Cashmere
Ik. and colored
'hibet, plain and
lawls, plain and
lerinos, Alpacas
id plain M. de
- -
of rich 'colored
..zh Bonnet Rib
bons; Velvet and Bonnet Silks; French and Ameri
can Mowers, in great variety; Maid and- Straw)
Bonnetsbeaper than ever; a full assortment orl
gentlemefir's wear, such as Cravats, Shirts, under
Shirts and Di awei s; Cloths, Cassimeres arid Vestings,
all of which will be sold at a small. advance-over
New York cost. W. 11. GARRARD,
sept 16 L - 79 I.4larli et street.
James Cavanagh.
TIVITORitii - and Wholesale dealer in Fi•ench, Ger
i_ man and English Fancy Variety Goods . of ever.?
description; such as Jewelry, table and pocket Cut
lery, silk Purses, bead Bags, silver and German sil
ver Spoonti, gold and silver Pencils, silk and gum sus
penders, 100 dos. of Germantown Hoes and hairdo:
Tritnaiings.of.all kinds, and a general assortment of
toys, constantly on hand at No. GI, Market Street;
between Third and Fourth streets,. Simpion , s Row,
Pittsburgh. m •13
William Mcnee.
TILL continues in his old business ofaanufactur
k) ing Nilngons, Carts, Drays, Timber Wheels,
Trucks, and Wheelbarrows, on Fifth Street, between
Wood and Smithfield, where he keeps constantly on
hand, or made to order in the shortest notice, any
amount of work, by the bst of workmen , and good
materials, and at prices to suie,the times. Those
engaged in the Santa Fe trade, and Furnace men,
are requestOd to give _him a call before purchasing
elsewhere. ap7-y
John Cartwright.
CUTLER. and Surgical Instrument Manufaeturer,
No. 140 Wood street, two doors from Virgin al
ley, Pittsburgh, Pa. Always on hand-an extensive
assortment of Surgical and Dental instruments,
Bankers', Tailorte, Eaters', hair Dressers" and Tan
ners? Patent Shears, Saddlers' - Tools, Trusses,.Eac.
- 4924 f 4'
:_ ~ :.,
THE`undersigned having disposed of his - stab
lishment No, 112 Market st., to Mr. Thomas
A. Hinton, would cordiallyrecommend him, to his
friendS and the.publie generally, as one every way
worthY of their patronage,
aug22 • A. .M'CAMMON.
The undersigned, having purchased the large and
extenSike stock of Boots, Shoes; , belonging to
A. .MCammon, No. 112 Market street; one door
from Liberty, will continue to conduct the business
in air its bratiches, 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
liberallk bestowed upon his predecessor.
N. or three good work - men can have
employment, by inaking immediate application.
Alderman, - Atforney at 1,4;40.
B E Y 8-- MITC E ,
riONTINUE•to attend to the selling and renting
k v i of Real Estate in the City of Pittsburgh and
cinity. Ageing determined to devote a large portion
bf their time 'to - this:branch of business, they with
confidence selicit a share of the patronage of the
publict' from the facility they possess and the experi
ence they haVe 7 (tbe senict partner 'haVing been 'en
gaged in the Real Estate Agency for near 520 years,)
they believe that they will give general satisiliction.
Officii on Penn st., near the U. S. Hotel, and Smith
field st.• bet Ween Diamond Alley and . Fillh street.
111 E. partnership heretofore . existing- between
Winker Dickson is thisAay dissolved by mu
tual consent_!.The affairs of the late firm will .be
- settled byH.Hunker, who will continue the Bak
ery andlConfc . itionary, at the old stand-in Fifth,tiear
Marketsireot,. - - P...H.H.UNKER
. , sepl ;
. -
1 Lawns Lawns
GE°' S. SWARTZ has on hand alcit'orfine Lawns
-whieh will be sold at the very low price of IST
cents F . •er Yarifi, persons who want 2: good article, at a
low price would do well to call soon. .
Also on: liand's good stock of Nansook musline for
.Dresses very cheapat - •
jel3.. ' j, No. log Market street.
inttsbnighl Navigation. and Flro Lnian.-
: r . i ranch Company.
Office, :kol - 21, Mut/at &rat. •
. -
MiclMLI Allen, . ; William Ebbs,
C. Anshutz,l Lewis .flntehison,
Thos.] L'aker;vell,, ' -. I
.Fred, Lorenz,-
itobettßeei.; -...- - I James May, .
' i 1;r,::11- 1 , S V. e P e ° r i e n t . lry .
11.01.4 En ' .
'aug2o-d6m.l •
! • 1 r John D. Davis,
Coiner of Wood and Fifth streets, Pittsburgh,
*ready to receive incrchandixe of every description
milconsignmen't for public or private sale, and from
kik, experience in thc above besincs, flatters himself
thWt he will be able to give entire satisfaction to all
'who' may tbsorl him with their patronage„,
illegular saleS on Mondays and Thursdays of Dry
Gods and Fariny articles, at 10 o'clock, A. Ild,
f grOceries;, , Pittsburgh manufactured articles, i
ne ' and ~second hand furniture, Pic., at tWo o'clock, 1
:ales eveit , evening at earli,'gas-light.
anti. inventions Outdone by-Nature.
1115011 is Obtained from a well near B ' ville,
lientricky, at the depth of 185 feet below the
ri .
surface of the earth, and 170 feet through solid rock.
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,
ture, numbers 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
aliellcd success -in the treatment of the following
di6enses:l lifflainmatory Rheumatism, Burns and
Scalds Cholic,lPiles, Flatulence, Inflammation of
the Kidneys, Deafness, Consumption, Liver Com
plaint, Phthisie, Scald Head, Cancers,Weak and
Sore Eyes, Bruises, Fresh Cuts ad -Wounds,
Sprains and Strains, Dropsy, Pains in the Breast and
Side, Tatter, Influenza, Ulcerated Sore Throat,
Consumption, Bronchitis, Spasms, Ulcers, Spinal
Affections, Scrofula' or King's .F vil, Coughs, Syphilis,
Ringworm, all Bowel Complaints, all Chronic dis
eases;linpuritien of the Blood and General Debility.
It is likewise very beneficial for Female Complaints
in general: acts asa great Restorative from Languor,
weakness of Back and Cheit, Low. Spirits and Exces- '
sive Debility. I . - . •
lm.cad the - following Certificates, all of-Which are
I authentic; all tbe persons therein named are now
living, and well known in Cincinnati: -
P/TISBURGII, Aug 22, 1516.
,This is to certify that we have used the American
°Biro:- the whooping cough, among our children, by,
gibing them from 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 arnif burnt by turning over a tea cup - of
hot coffee, on it, the child ceased crying by the time
timarm was tWssed and bound up, and has never
complained of it] since. I also was afflicted with a
pain in my side anti breast, and have been so for 16
years- I commenced using the Oil by taking a tea
spotinful twice ai day' and in 3 or four iays using of
the; oil nave bob very much relieved, and do really
believe that itis the best family medicine that I have
evei' seen. I applied it to onc of my neighbor's Bir
a strained ancle,which relieved_her in afew minutes.
We, have also used-the oil for a strained joint in:our
own family, whinh gave case in a very short time.
We live on the east side ofPenu st., 3 doors south of
Walnut, I am nOw as,well as I everwas in my life
. _
RETISTTIRGFt, Aug. 140846.
This is to,certify, that my son has had the Plethisic
for seven years, and' was very bad with it, and about
12 or 15 days since, I commenced giving:to him
abont 20 or 25 &ups of the American Oil, twice a
day: which relieved him iu a day or two of - his diffi
cult' of brea'thing, and he is now :entirely relieved
of his cough; oviboy is 10 years of age. We live in
CINCINNATI, July o Ist, 1846.
Sir: Raving_been cured of a very severe'disease
of the eyes and [head by the ctl s, of the American
Oil, I feel it my tinty-to the. publiu; aewell as to you,
to send you the fallowing certificate:
I herenreertifyi that I was severely afflicted one
year, ago last winter, with inflamed sore eyes and a
eery severe pain in my head from my eyes up to the
top of my head, and continued so for several weeks.
Aly. "eyes were so much infiaineci and sore that I
could not see to attend any business, nor could I tell
one object 'from another a few yards from me. I
called in a physinian, but still got -worse. I also
tried a good .mans , remedies that had cured others;
hut in my case they .oiled. In April, 1845, I heard
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
house as long as I:;can get the genuincartiele. - I also
gavelit to one of my men that was working for me,
that And the tettet 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 woWd adviSe all that are afflicted-in any Way- to
give the Oil a fair trial, and I think they Will be
pleaded with the erect 'it Will have, &c.
ines; plain, blk
Sold at One Dollar per Bottle at Jackson's Patent
Medicine Warehouse, 88 Liberty, head of Wood st.,
Pittsburgh. j THE :ONLY PLACE ix Prrrsatrnotr where
the Genuine American Oil CAN beobtained:
BeWare of a Connterfeit article. The Seneca Oil.
put in American Oil Bottles, and labelled "Amer
ican Oil." It sonicwhat resembles the American
Oil, hut possesses none of its virtues or healingpow.
W: Jackson respectfully informs the Public that
IL Hail S.T. Co., the proprietors of the American Oil,
have 'appointed him their SOLE AGENT fors'West
ern Pennsylvania.
All persons wishing Sub-agencies will apply at 89
Liberq'streeti as above.
N. B. Sub-agenia wanted for every town in the
above. Distriet.
A great aumber of certificates are on hand and
can be Bela at themuice, 89 Liberty street, headof
Woql; • I .
K. W!llirtniel
ORTH East corner of - Federal and - . Robinson
streets; Allegheny,. will commence its sall
session OD Monday the 3letinst.
Tzsripio crust.
From Professor R. H. Lee, Waskinn , ion Cotteme ana
, .
, .
Having: .attended_ an examination of the sehool
taught by - Mr." Williams,Wis take Pleasure in. bears.
lug our testimony to -the evidence-afforded- bY it.df
theAtnumial• skill and labor. of -Mr. Williams. ; The
understanding of the principle of thd subieetnishielt
the scholars had been : . studying, shown. by theie
cl ear answer's to questionn asked" by :othern than - the
teachers, prove the excellence of-the Newlibigland
modes of teaching, in which Me. to
be rqolicient. - --" 'IL; 11,,LEE'itli
.j..IVISHART; &c,
From the Rev. Mr. Prestoh; Viktor Hunt,.4-e.;
Having attehded air examination of: the Select
School under the care of Mr. Henry Williams,'hail
receatlyin his salient room, corner or Fe'dera miff
Robinson. streets, Allegheny city, We wish to OIL
pdblic attention to this institution. We were highly
gratified with: the•progress and , order Minn Scp esE;--
This manner or simplifying and illustrating the ;dig;
ferenthranches is peculiarly happy; and well dalatk-,..
lated to • give • interest to the pupils.
r ef
teaching them ID read sir - del(' t-as nei'vel,' and One
that cannot tail to make:goodieadere., ..-
Froin the knowledge that we have of. Mr. Vfil:
hams' character as a teacher; his.:zeal, fidelity:aed -
success, we' cordially recommend him to the'-p4traii,
age of the'public. HiS location clegible for both"
cities. • 7 DAVID HUNT; -- •
• • • -• .111C1-1 , 17 BARB; • !Zs •
. • •- • . BEESON.
Idttended time above .exaidination;- and on -truly"
say I was ratitth gratified With the ad:liniment of tbd,
Pupils• : WM. PRESTON 7;,,,,.
. rotygnilty Law Scp.ool."'
rpm , : 'k'AILL SESSION a this departMent of the
Western University, will.commence te-the netix
University gitilding, on the Faiisr 5101CDAY or Skil:
rir.nrat next; and. the SPRING SESSIZI 0f'1847;
will commence on the I'lttsi.MoND4li or Ir.unnuZirk
follow mg: ' . This institution hating no fir. reeoVered frbirtO
effccts,or the great tlie of April, last year;_ Os._ to
the new building nearly convicted with increased
aceotinnOdutions for all its departments, it is koped'
that the Law Sehool will hefound to present inernar,•
ed facilities and attractions to. those
pursue nrkular and.tlinrough course o 2 legal eduMV
tion,,, and to prepare
.theruselves_ Creditably for ad;
. • _
Tliere - will .he datli recitations by the clasnes •
a 4 'sigied lessons, so arranged its to embrace; witM4
a two years course; all the principal riiid.most
pbrtant branahes of the laW. Occasional lee:tuses
on law and equity, will also be delivesed as -pmt. tit
the spurge.
Trim 31uoi• CoOrr, designed assisting students
in 'acquiring' knOWledge and readiness in the prac
tice of the law will be resumed as -saunas tlinnuiti 7-
ber or students will justify. The'deirree 0f134 - ntits-
LOII . Oi-4A{V will be conferred on students o£ihe.
institution; according the rulesusual in such. institu-
Any farther information that may be required eau;
readily be obtained on application-to the Prefeaser,.
WALTER Ir. roliiittz, who has-his offie6 on -ItliabOvie
Smithfield street, Pittsburgh ..•
PAnsts—Seventy-tive dollars a year, or thirty-sev.
en and a half dollars a ie 7 isiori. atig6-42trt-
DittiViG•ISTS: .
SOME Druggists - ani misled kite the error of. buy
ing_ a miserable imitation of Dr: Stifillt's Sugar,
Coated Indian Vegetable Pills,. simply hecratise.they.:
can purchaSe the Spiirious chaper.' We shallißulJ
- eases expose such dealers throughout the,cialinti - y,-
who; after being duly informed of the rascality or
these imitators, buy and attempt to - impose urnin the
publid with such worthless trash. It iirieftlib Su
gar costing, alone that . constitutes the valne of my
Pills; hut it is mylnvention, far whiCh I claim the ; _:::
right. • G. 11121 J.
179 Greenwich st. and 2 Water st. Boston'.
We, the undersigned, wholesale druggists in Lod- -
are Satisfied, from all the iliforMatiou:.
Lao obtain, thut Dr G. 13.y....NJA.M1N SMITH ,
is the original inventor of die' Sugai-Coated Pills::
We '
We are prepared to supply dealers at the Ne'
York price,: • * e -
Robinson, Peter 4- Carp; 4.92 Main street:.
J. S. Morris 4- Co., 161 Main
Rupert 4- Lindenberger, 3bio at.• .
George Lapping 4- 79 T'ourth Et:
Bull 4- Alden, SI Fourth st. •
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The following from driiggists in New York - iihaws,
I invented the Sugar Coated Pills in 1843: • - .:`
New York, June 16th, 1844. • ,
We, the undersigned, never saw oritedid of ri9n,.
gar Coated Pills," until Dr. G. Benjamin Smith man•;,
ufactured and, dih ibited them to. Lis about a year since s
Rushton Co., 110 Broadway aila 10 Astor HOuse, „-
Israel Randolph, M. D. SG Liberty id. - - =
IfoirvOe Everett, 96 Hudson st: -
John Castree, 97 Hudson st. • ' •,_,
David Sands,79 Pultiist: . - -
I hive been afflicted with dyspepsia in its form for three-yearspal and found no re- --•
relief until I used Dr: Cr. Benj. Smith's "Sugar-Coat
ed.lndian Vegetable:Pills." Atte} using-six
,bpites '
said valuable pills, I am entirely cured.- They- Aro
a general remedy. J.: K. LEEM.A.N . .• .
Paducah, Ky. Nov. 9;1845.
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We certify , to the above EOM. „; ,
Dr. Sinitli;s 4 iSlig4r-Coated Pills" - arc' uniiereally
esteemed in this vicihity. - .. •
lIDDGE GIVENS &Co; Merchants
Paducah, Ky. Nov. 19, IS-1.5:
At the request of Dr. G: BenjaniinSmith , s agent
we cheerfully state that we :visited the office of
Smith in September last; while in New-York; and ,
found him to all appearance carrying on a very, es- .
tensive business with his Sugar,Coatd. Indian Vege
table Pills. The extent: Of his eitablisbment• Would -
astonish any one notinitiated in the mysterina
pill trade.—Louisville Journal. .
(From Dr. Singltimj -'•
Smithland,(Ky4 Feb. 24, 1840,-
- Dr. G. Benj. Smith.—Dear Nothinn hue eYcr
been introduced that has sold so well aneglvenincb.
general satisthction as your Sugar-Coated Iniproved -
Indian- Vegetable Pills. Vcry ICSFCCATOIIS , ;YOUrS,,_
S. F. st.
(From Bull & Alden.)
Louisville,(Ky.) Feb. 13th ;
Ilenj..Smith-a•Dear Sint Yhi wiliplease send •
us 12 gross of your valuable Pills. From prcseutin- .
dications we shall sell a - large amount of tliem.z- ,
We lind that they go very quick. Your friande% •
BULL a. ALREk.. -•-•
From' Siarbird
Louisville, Feb. 1501;184G:
Dr. Smith—Dear. Sir: About two weeks ago two
bought 2 gross of your Indian Vegetable Sugar Coat,_
ed Pills, Though business is dull here at ; this flute,
yet we .have sold theni all; You will please send na
10 gross through Messrs.. Lawrence &Reese; Ofyour 9
city, Who will forward them to us via Pittaburgh.
• Yours, respectftdiYi
This - to certify that I have used "the Sugar
coated pills manufactuved by G.-Benj. Smith, of New,
York, for some time, and believe them to be ri - good r
medicine; :and also from-enquiryin that city;ant
persuaded that he is the .erigiriall inheritor, and -
therefore; is entitled to, the benefit of the inienter4
aug2l. Pastor Tat Baptist Church Pittsburgh,,
We have forty letters froth dap - rent dealers solicit=
ing the agency of my Pill, although they had the spur'
rious in their store:—One in particular from New Ora
leans, which we shall publish. -
Principal - Offices—New York, P 79 gre - Maich stj
Boston 2 Water st:_ , -
0:7-G. BENJAMIN. SMITH is written on the .. -
torn of every box of genuine'f Sugar-Co,ited. Pills."
AGESrs—Willitiat Henderson Druggist,2oslinerty: : -
street Pittsbtirgh.: .john•Sargeant Allegheny - 011y, -
maylSd7m. ' .
E. undersigned would re.speetililly inform the
j citizens of hash:ugh and its vicinity, that he
has purchased from Mr. .Mosei Ccay, his largo .and:
splendid stock of Dry Goods; kept at No. 68 Market •
street; where he intends to keep 'a general assort,
meet: of seasonable Goode,which he will sell at
reduced prices. Please cal and judge,
No, 66 3larketstreet: • - : •
auglB . •
To my friends and patrons J. am much : obliged r
and would respectfully recomtgetid-
Cowen, my successor. MOSES CORY, x;:
TIECEIVEIVIIIIS DAY, by Xi:liras . , anOther.l4
of rich black MANTILLAS, at tho New - York.
Store, 79 Market street,
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