The daily morning post. (Pittsburgh [Pa.]) 1846-1855, October 15, 1846, Image 1
" ^V s-, _,„,' MEN `, • :•• $;, %...41;. 0 e ••*.•.f.1- 7.04.; • PUBLLSLIIED AMY' BDITED BY - L. n A 'N. W. corner of Wood and Fifth Sts. Teasts.—Viso dollarsa year,:payable in advance. Si: &Mars will-invariably be 'requited if not paid within i]ie year. . Single copies, TWO cnins:-..for sale at the counter of the Office, and by News Boys. , , z,. • .=, 1- , r "0— r-is 1.• .TIIE-WEEKLY =TRY AND'IIOItACTURER Ie pUblished at the game office, on a. double medium sheet;.,at 'TWO DOLLARS - a year, in advance; sin gle Copies, sts cprrs. , t•, r 4 liffiliti Terms of PER sgumm ot't ff a .1 1 One insertion, -$0 50 Two. -do, • 0 75 f,..& - Three dot • lOO One week, • l5O Tivo do, 3'oo . Three do, 400 Yearly Ad's cnerrozasir. One Square. Six month, _515.00 One year, " 20 00 Larger advertisements i tr, CARDS of fonr line ~• ATTORNEY AT LAW, Greensburg, Westmore . land county, Pa. ' will practice in the Welt gnoreland, Indiana and Cambria courts: decB-y . ' William /11 , Nahon, TTORNEY nu. LAW and Solicitor in Channerv. Office in Barr's new building, Fifth street, be ween Wood and Smithfield. augl tiaras" &•31,V1Knight, - diTTORNEYS AT LAW, Office removed to the residence or H. S. 3Tagraw, on Fourth st., one nor from Cherry -Alley. ap2l-y, Wlllr & Donnelly, A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, A Pittsburgh, Pa. Cane on Fourth et., between Smithfield. and Grant. marl4-y, Edmund Snowden, 4 TTORNEY AT LAW, office in the building on 11l the North East corner of Fourth and Smithfield -streets.- novll- ATTQIL NEI'S AT LAW, office North side o. Fifth street, between Wood and Smithfield sts., burkli, Pa.. Collections made on reasonable ems. , dec4- R. Marrow. ALDERMAN, office north side of Fifth' street, between WOod and Smithfield, Pittsburgh. sap 0-y ' Andress , Burke, A TTORNEY AT LAW, office Smithfield street, 201.. between Fourth 4street and Diamond Alley, op posite Mr. Geo. Weyman's tobacco manufactory. apl6-y - A TTORNFX AT LAW, office in the chambers Joh. occupied by Alderman APhlasters, on Fifth at., between . Wood and , Smithfield. aplB-y ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, office on Fourth . street, opposite R. & It".. H. Patterson's Livery - Stable, Pittsburgh. • seplo-y Forward& SwartzwelcUr, • A: TTORNEYS AT LAW, Fourth street between .1 - 1. Wood and Smithfield, opposite Patterson , a liv ary:stable. a .7- - - • George F. Gillmore, A 7011.NEY 4T LAW, Office in Breed's build ings s4th at., above Wood, Pittsburgh, Pa. sup2-d ly C. Orlando Loomis. •TTORNE.Y AT. LAW, office Fourth at., above Smithfield. :1 ,11 .Y 1 -y • A. • BBELEN'hari removed his commission and warding business from the Canal Basin to his neW.warehoue on 'Third street, nearly opposite the Post °thee. - may3o.y • nichard Cowan, TTORNEY AT LAW, office in Stuart's build ings, Fourth et., chore Wood, juncl9-dw John W. Burrell, ATTORNEY AT !LAW, having returned from his European tour has taken an office on the north east corner of Fourth and Smithfield sta. Per icons having had business and papers in the hands of S above, Kingston, Esq., deceased, bill call on the above, as Al/ tho unsettled business of Mr. Kingston bag been left in his hands. mars • ' Charles 31. Hays, TTORKEY AT LAM, Pittsburgh, Pa. CODS.. miasi3ner to taie: the proof and acknowledge , rnent et deeds, leases; contracts, depositei or other writings, to be recorded or used in the States o Kentucky, radians and Tooneesee, Office No, 80 4 Atuart , s buildings, Fourth-street. marl2y ATTORNEY, COU,NPELLO.II. AND NOTARY, Pittsburgh, Pa., 'having resigned the office o ecretary P. Nay. and Fire ins. Co.; will attend spe .ciafly to nollections and business connected with havigation„insurance, accounts and real estate. Bu ,iitiess hours, 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. Office, No, I, .Stuart's buildings, (No. SO, Fourth st.„) second door east of Weod street. fob3-y Edwin. C. Wilson, ATTORNEY AND. COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Franklin, Veaango county, Penna., will attend promptly to all business entrusted to bis care—..col- Jections made in Warren, Clarion and Jefferson co.'s. REF= TO J. A. Stockton & Co. . Murphy, Wilson & Co. i' Pittsburgh. John Bigler, Hon. James Kinnear, Hon. Alex. WCalinont,j• Franklin. Ron. James Wilson, Steuben • le, Ohio. 'u John A.:Parkinson, ALDERMAN, Fifth Ward, Penn street, between • • Walnut and O'Hara streets, where be May be ound at all times. Those having houses or other iiroperty to sell or rent, can have the same punctu ally attended to; debts Collected, and all the duties RE' an Alderman will receive prompt attention. oct27-y N. Holmes & Son, _ BANKERS and dealers in Foreign and Domestic Bills of Exchange, certificates of deposit, bank Dotes and specie,. Drafts and notes collected, and ferpittances made to any part of the United States, itro. 55 Market street. janl • .Ifolimictr*Os Stockton, BOORSELLERS, PRINTERS A.ND PAPER MA KERS, No. 114 Market' street. . sep 10-y Soriba & Saboibler, BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS AND BINDERS, No. 115 Wood area., three doers below Fifth, burgh, Pa. ________ jan7_y _ __ ____ James Patterson, Jr., C , IORNER of First and Ferry streets,. Pittsburgh, I,J Pa., manufacturer of locks, 'hinges, and `bolts, tobacco, fuller, mill and . timber screws, housen screws for rolling mills , &c, seplo-y Wm. A. Ward, DENTIST; has removed to the place of his for trier residence in Penn street, two doors below aplB-y 11. E. Constable, DF.ALER in Fancy and Staple Dry Goode, 83 Market street, Pittsburgh:• novlo-y Edgar Thorns's , and Family Medicine Store, corner. o I / Penn and Hand - streets, Pittsburgh, Pa., Phy . yeians ,.. prescriptionsaccuratelycompoupded. Medi cines can be had at all boars of the day or night. jan2l-y • . • ' Ltrownfri%ille' Juniata . Ikon`Works. WDATARD HUGHES iminufactOrer, of iron and _L'4 nails, warehotiee Smithfield above 'Fourth et. , WAnialty Bt. Co, - FORWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS Carnal Pittaburgb, Pa. mar3dy _ . Plaxtlat Lytle, "DialILY GROCER, Smithfield street, next doer jf to the Fifth Presbyterian Church. june6 - .:‘' . . - - 70, •(..V. 7 1, 7 7. 7,, ,.*".P1-n!" , .. : - 4711.- "" 7 " 1 1. 3 1 7 . '; i!'...4.., - ,,,:. ", jA'7- - --',-.44,,,) . - A . 1 4 :,,,-.,,,+•..., ..'.,..'.,, ,, t.:' , A ,,,;,,,,,,, ~ , ,...,,.,,,., A ,; t : , ...,.t,-,;-::'., - , ,;-,.,, =:;: - :• 7 .- -- , - ..:0'.;..‘ 1 , ''t'l._.'''-:4'''' " ' ' ' • • - - 1 - i . - . -.. ~ , ,, --e •?,:- 4 ;jor',,,,. .)i , . .._. • ~ . , . . 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BOSWORTH & Co., No. 43• Market-street, T~ 'next:door to:Third street, arc just opening a new and extensive assortment of Books and Station ery, which they will sell, wholesale and retal, at the lowest prices. ap2s-y SABILML C. HILL. CEO. G. BROWNE, HILL & BROWN-E, (IOCCESSOBS TO lIOLDSDIP AND DEOWNE,) IMPORTERS and 'manufacturers of Wall Paper and General Paper Warehouse, No. 87 Wood re et, Pittsburgh. je2o $5 00 6 00 700 8 00! 10 00 15 001 • O'Hara Robinson, T ATE U. S. Attorney; has removed his race to L No. 8 St. Clair et. sept4-y L. Wilmarth, LUMBER MERCHANT, office on Penn street, between Irwin and Hand sts., Pittsburgh;ta. 'All commissions will be promptly attended to. mar4-y School Boole and Paper I'Varehouse— LVICE LOOMIS, Agent,publikher, bookseller and bookbinder, No. 89, Wood street, Pittsburgh. mar2B-y Pilkintonhi Unrivalled Blacking, E and sold wholesale and re- J tail, Smithfield ?ILbetween Sixth and Virgin oct2/-y VrANTWACTURER of Lard Oil and dealer in I Star Candles, Fifth Street, near Market, S. W. aide. rnar244 WX. COLE-it/LW. JOHN P. JENNINGS. JA.9..W.,HAILDIAIT Coleman, IlaLiman & Co., M AIyFATIRLIS.of CarriageSripgs rd laes i ldsprin,stee v yeaiern coach trimmings of every description, manufactory on St. Clair street, warehouse, 43 Wood street, op posite St. Charles Hotel. jan2l-y Flint Glass Eatablishnient. manufacturelll l, l c L o V n. ANY ay Sz on LEDlf.. , T ut,m ouiaed andand keep plain Flint Glassware in all its rafieties, at thelr warehouse 1 1 / 4 corner of Market and Water streets, , 'ittaburgh.,-- Our works continue in full operation, ad we are constantly adding to our stock, which c abler us to fill orders with promptness. Parchaatia are respect fully solicited to call and examine prici9i and terms. i sepl6-y Otto Ituutz, 11/lAsTirrhtE,RreEeßt,.°„TvolY:onrinmoinwtri-i7trrre'el; Pittsburgh, Pa. Always on hand a full assortment or Plate, and Pivot teeth, of a variety of shades, as simple Plate, Molars and Biacnipirlatoes, Com teeth, Screw Pivot teeth, Sc. Teeth and blocks made to order; Dentists supplied with all articles in the pro fession. All orders from abroad must be accompan ied by the cash. ta• Platina always on hand Dr. DAlllel OFFICE on Smithfield, three doors from Sixth st., Pittsburgh. dnclO.v Dr. George Watt, OFFICE, No. 77 „SMirldield street, near Sixth rt., Pittsburgh. atig2l.l .P. Blume, P IANO FORTE. manufacturer and dealer in Mn. sical Instruments, No. 112 Wood street, near Fifth. James 31111rri pAINT_EII, Fifth, near 51arket st., Military flags, Harmers, signs, designs for steamboat Wheel houses, and fancy painting of every description neat ly executed at the shortest notice. jr .:7-46m George Batley, TILUMBEll,'and manufacturer of Pumps and Hy. &anti, which are superior to and cheaper than any in the city- t Please to call and examine for sour. seises. Fourth izreet,EKtween Smithfield and Cher ry Alley. Hydrants and pumps repaired. _is ul-y D. F. sTr.nrr . r. QTERETT Si co., wholedale and retaihteaters 0 Foreign Wine* and Liquors, corner of M'athet 'end Front stxcet*, Pittsburgh. FA. lkferencrA—SVm. li what.* tc Co., Henry F. Soh:rep ! pr, V Lichhas;rn, U. %Yea., er. Their stock has been selected with great care, and c011%:61, or the choisest <palates suitable for this mar ' Let, to which they would respeettlilly atteetiun and solicit a *hare of puLlie patronage. It comprWes J. Dryar, the thnor.-Lng in caslo and t.oWes: Sherries, I.:stron*,'Terterilies, R ECTIFYING DISTILLER, end wholesaledeal- ! pr, r o, ttialaasCala.•rias. LIiIUZT3-14.4 aches, ther, er in Foreign and Domestic %Vines and Liquor*, It NO. 114 Liberty street, and 53 Diainond Pulls- I beret, Pa. k 2l —7 - D. Sellers, M. D. R EMOVED to - Penn at., between Irwin and /land streets, five doors below Rand St. apia." y Hugh Artcra, URGEON DENTIST, 118 Liberty street. a few doors below St. Clair at., Pittsburgh. ap:2B-y Ogden & Snot-4'43mm, -Q UCCESSORS TO AVERY, OGDE.N Co, whole ° sale and retail druggists, and manufacturers of white lead, red read and litharge, corner of Wood and Second sta., Pittsburtth, Pa. n0r1.3-y Mit.rttn 4 Smith, SUCCESSORS to Irvine & Martin, wholesale gro cern, produce and commission merchants, sod dealers in Pittsburgh manufactured articles, No. 51), Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa. a us-v John Ityci.;iiir;Ti, --------- Trruicoß AND CLOTHIER, Liberty at., between Sixth street and Virgin A.Hey, south. aide, seilo-y J. D. WDlinens & Co. WHOLESALE and retail grocers, Forwarding and commission merchants, and dealers in country produce and Pittsburgh Manufactures. No. HO, Northeast corner of Wood and Filth streets. sep. 8. B. A. Palinestork 4 Co, NITSIOLESALE and - retail Drug,g,inte, corner Sixth 'V and Wood streets, aopl2-y Thomai M111er•; WHOLESALE & 111,-rA IL FAMILY GROCERY STORE, corner of Wood and Fourth streets. Pittsburgh apl3-y Sicrett d, Cu., -- WHOLESALE and retail dealers in foreign and domestic Wince and Liquors, exclusively, No. 18 Market street. P. C. Illartin, WHOLESALE and retail Grocer and dealer in Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors, Foreign and Domestic Fruit, Nuts, &c., No. GO Water Street. seins-y Lambert es; ShAlston, AXTROLESALE GROCERS, FORWARDING & Commission Merchants, dealers in produce and Pittsburgh manufactures, Nos. 133 and 135 Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa. feli2-y John Scott dr, C0., -'---------- UTHOLESALE GRE/CERS AND COMMISSION YV Merchants, No. 7 Commercial Row, Liberty street, Pittsburgh. al9-y ______ J. dr. J. DVDevitt. ' • in IlO an L d F. P S i A tts L b E u r g rO m C a n E u ß ra S c , ta t i I r e e :17: 11 i.nr a r y o d N u c o o . 224 Liberty, opposite 7th street, Pittsburgh. up2B-y John H. Mellor, WilL ) LEVEaldrete dealerin t instrmen AnForte.hooi Books and Stationery, No. 122 Wood street, Pitts burgh. janl-y James Park , Jr" 4r, Ca l WHOLESALE GROCERS, importers of tin plate and queenswai.e, and dealers in copper and Pittsburgh manufactured articles, Nos. 112 and 114 2nd at., between Wood and Smithfield si Select School. WM. MOODY respectfully 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. mar2l4 re: E. Sellers, WHOLESALE; DRUGGIST,. and dealer in dye stuffs, paints, varnishes, 5c.e., No.. 57, Wood street, Pittsburgh. • 5-oety ror, Wm:M. Wright,,- VII- - .DENTIST,DIFtee and residence in -.,---. - St. Clair et., a few doom below Lib. rr- erty, near the Exchance Mite]. marl 1:1- John urtwrfgh t. C UTLER and Surgical Instrument ManufaCturer, 4,_/ N 0.140 Wood street, two doors from Virgin al ley, Pittsburgit,.Pa. Always on baud. an' extensive assortment or Surgical and , Dental instruments, Bankers', Tailors, Hamm', Hair Dressers? and Tan ners, Patent Shear'', Saddlers , Toole, Trnasee, je24 AI. C. Edey, === A. Pcultou, • 11E10 ELL AND BRASS FOUNDER, has rebuilt and Jjal commenced business at his old stand, No. 70 Second, between Market and Ferry streets, where he will be pleased to ace his old customers and .friends. Church, steamboat, and bells of evory size, from 10 to 10,000 pounds, cast from patterns of the most approved model!, and warranted to be of the best materials. Mineral Water Pumps, Counters, Railing, &c. &c., together with every variety of Brass Castings, if re quired, turned and finished in the neatest manner. A. P. is the sole agent for Babbitt's Anti-Attraction Metal, en justly celebrated for the•reduction of frig tion in machinery. The boxes tad composition can be had of him at all times. novl3 I'7l HE subscriber having been removed by the great lire 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 lett in Pittsburgh with Mr. S. Cuthbert, in Market street, 2 doors below Third street, will meet with prompt attention. mayl I. , NOW Drqg Store. JOHN D. MORGAN, Wholesale and Retail tirr Druggiet:No. 93} 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 laisline, consisting of Drugs of all kinds, Dye Stuffs, Paints and Varnishes, Chemicals, &c., together wih all such ,articles as arc usually kept for sale at a wholesale and retail drug store. His stock is entirely new, and has been selected with care. He is confident that his articles, both as to quality and price, will please such as may fa- . vor him with a call. my9-y. - - te. ja.l4-nl4-y JA I. Townsend, TIARUGGIST AND APOTHECARY, No. 45, Mar. 1.1 ket Oral, three door's above Third street, Pitts burgh, will have constantly on hand a well selected assortment of tho best and freshest Medicines, which he will sell on the most reasonable terms. Physt clans sending orders will be promptly attended to, and aupplied with articles they may rely upon as geniiine. Physicians' prescriptimm will be accurately and neatly prepared from the hest materials, at any hour of the clay ernight„ Also, sale, a large stock gf fresh and good erfumery • 4e 30d _Franklin House, Fourth street, Between Smithfield and Grant Streets,- Pittssburgh 1-111.1STIAN SCHMERTZ, Proprietor, respect - C fully informs his friends and the public general.. ly, that he will open the above splendid House on the let day.nf 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 furniiure; flatters hiinself that ho will be able to,ac corurnodate his friends and the travelling public, in a manner'not inferior to any similar establishment in the city. As the House is-nitnated near the Courtllonse, ar rangements havo r been =deli) serve up meals at any hour in the day, this will ho great- convenience to those who are in attendance at court. WY - Refreshments of all kinds can be had. Boar ders taken by the week or day. WrLunch every day at 11 o'clock, A. M. a. 30. Washington TAMES ARMSTRONG : , Proprietor ' Corner of St. Clair and Penn streets, Pittsburgh, the proprie tor begs leave to return his most grateful thanks to his friends and the public for past favors, and hopes, by attention, to merit a continuation of their patron age. The houise is pleasantly situated near the Ex change; it has accommodations for travelers, and a large room for public meetings, dinner or supper par _ tics. Refreshments always. ready, or prepared on the shortest notice, with the choicest the Harket will af ford. Oysters and oyster Soup, also Fresh Shell Oysters, received every day during the season. The greatest care has been taken in the selection of wines and liquors. A variety of newspapers are regularly filed in the establishment., P. S. A Hot Lunch served up every day at 11, A. M. ap IS-v. Coital Boat Roost _,UpY R. DossErr, Penn etrect,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 east or west will find this house a convenient loca. tion—it is within one hundred yards of the canal basin, and convenient to the forwarding houses. Every information given ,to Iron Manufacturers in all branches of the busines;i. Hotee brewed ale can at all times be had at the bar. nprlo-y Lafayette Itetreetory. 'MOS. G 1 and 63, Wood street, under Lynd'ig Auc- JA 11011 store. The subscribers bare fitted up the above place in superior style, and they reel nistired will give comfort and satisfaction to all who ally visa them. Arrangements have be made to have a constant supply of Fr eg Oysters, which will be served pp to viaiturs and families on the shortest notice. "Other luxuries, candtea, fruit and pastries of the choicest kinds always on hand. Their liar is filled with the beat brands the market can afford; and Regalia, Cas tello, Principe and Ilairanna Cigars of superior final ity. Elery attention ?aid to visitors. Their motto is, every !Usury in its season. Prices moderate. nov OGDEN & GIBSON. Landrettes Warranted Garden Seeds, FltO3l I'IIILADELPHIA. Emir paper /Ll bears the label anti warranty of DArtrt LAN s:um/tr. For rule by F. L. SNOWDEN, No. 29 Water rt., at the stand formerly occupied by Gen. A. Berry. Exuaeffroin the ',Report of the Visiting Committee of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, unani mously adopted and ordered to be printed. LANDIiETIt'S NURSERIES AND GARDENS. ' , These el teutive grounds art on Federal street, near the Arsenal. • • * • The earliest coltee r tion of Crir4dlts was made here. Some of those II now in possession of theca distinguished nurserymen are tee act high. ,• •• • The aelectiou of, I Garr...N. - nut:sr rz...a :tors is valuable and extensive. ''Thu Nurseries are very correctly mana,-eti pf:iitig ei ety part of the Union, a detail of which would occupy too much of our space, we therefore COL:ent Ott:PC:VOP 11":01 stating that the stock is very large, and in even stage of growth, consistmg or , FOREST AND ttllNAltizsrtu. TTIt i s, E-VER ft;RE,EN's,tillitAltlS,VlNES AND CitE , 'PEltSovith a G-011tlCiO n of herbacccous plaints, fruit trees of the best hmit and timdly o n, hero b e d, or ..Fod,o g twitsppitam, l lß4ia, t a , as stc' 'cis for bath lotto..and eraittuJi a plan - very superior to that aft ; WOra..l upon sunsets, uloch carry with them tore %I•! mesa slt the discasel Of O.: parent stock. • tztrts of the fmest quality hale been ! scattered tit Pr the coutt!c) front these ',rounds. and ' may al, aVA be defiended upon. The seed establish- ExellnLlCV tlotol, I Men( of lina/Ctti:ent:P in On e o f the mo a t or. , lORNEft OF PENN AND ST. CI.AIR STS.. tA I LiNiPaNe in Lint: UniOn.allld /13 reputation well austain , Psorattron.—Terms S I ,th/ Iter 1" Year to year. "ay., obviate Elie Chltice mixture attic no.iol of day. 'lieu riders:grim-I, fornieriv of the Alerchaiits ; Iran teased flits pllnts tel tine same trier base estai.lialred llutel, corner of \Vewl and Th:rif strems, this superior establishment, and furcisi-ed it anon. 4 n ( ''h" u"r 4 c::' at a "" 21 . 1 .* d '''" 4 ""ef*" That throughout, with new beds, now bedding and I ra ti o n cannot tab..: plane, '.,,c. 'd w hich ure• L"rho t ere i tere.. Great care hasb„. taLrn to h,„ ee l., purchaser . a .g . eiinine article.' Knowing tin, the tar with the choicest viands. A handsMtie omnibus i iltialtte . and - process of culture carryof ery and a hageatle wagon are lieu, „ led foe the use h , t the supply trou t their grounds is recommended with guests, and a . Porter will be in attendance at all hours g reat c ' nfid '' n " - •" . to meet the deomod . a the The long ea. `„'" Since the date of the , Report , from which the perience of the undersigned in this business, aaaore* abele in ettracted, the entire establishment has been hint that his earnest purpose to satisfy all who call, igrcatly enlarged_ Tile e . " l /eati ,, tl of C. llll O l / 4 3 em braces all the finer kinds, and consists of s o me th ou . cannot be unsuceestdol. Ile feels altogether at lib. !sands of various sizes; PO likeyibe with itoses, and erty to promise his visitors a comfortable and cle.nlv abode, liberal entertainment, and a hearty welcome, I other desirable plants, both tender and hardy; fruit at a moderate expense. ALLEN DROWN. Sc.ap:3-dtf The Seed Gardens alone corer JSRv a.eres„and the - _ !whole is, as it hat been for more than half a century, under the sUCCCPAiie management of father and tun, the men prominent in America. Orders received by F. L. SNOWDEN, frnm whom catelogues may be received gratis. niar9-y 11nrut , Hiattlet Hotel. j. SAAC forns 'erly of the Union lintel on NVater ctreet, havinyTtlcen blunt out, has built a new and handsome houze expressly for the accom modation of tmvelera, at the corner of Ceeend and Sluithiicht streets, winch will bo known as the Durnt District Hotel. He is now prepl:ed to oiler every accommodation and every COlOtOrt to the traveler, nt revs moderate ctrarges. He is provided with ampic and convenient statt:ing. decl2-r Co-Partuership. iv LILIAN! COLLAIAN' having, on the first day V January, inst., associated rith him Jas. W. !jail/nail tnd iota' P. Jennings, under the name and style of Coletnanj•llailman & co., will'now lase in creased facilitireii fur inanufmturing Steel Springs, hammered axes; American Blister and Spring Steel, &e., to which the attention of dealers is respectfhlly solicited, and hope by strict attention to business, to merit a continuance to die new firm the favors so lib erally bestowed upon him. raeMry on St. Clair at. —warehouse 43 Wood at., opposite the St. Charles !foto!, where can he fuund•a good assortment of Springs, Axles, A. IL, and Spring Steel, and Coach Trimmings of every description, together with Iron, Nash, and Pittsburgh manufactured articles. The highest price paid for scrap iron. s jati22 lOranklin Machine Work.. 411 nt a Reduced Price. T would respectfully inform his friends anittlie. public in general, that his now Pactory isrnoweLorripleted, and with a large addition !to his machinery, he is prepared to make considera ble quantities of a superior article or-Lard which he is.deblirmined to sell cheap, fully apprecia= ting the old. proverb, that "a nimble sixpence is worth more thair a slow shilling." lie feels confi dent that consumers would find it to their. advantage to give him a call and examine for themselves. Woolen ntanuihcturers, machinists and others, are respectfully invited to examine his superior oil, Fifth street, ileac Market, opposite liunker's Confection ary store, and - Messrs. Samuel 11PClurken & Ca., Liberty street. M, C. EDLY, • Pittsburge Lard Oil Manufacturer. A superiorquality of Star Candles, always on hand, of assorted Saes. rnar24-y and intends keeping, a large as sortment off)rnamental Hair Work, such as Ladies* Wigs,'Bands, Braids, Curls, Necklaces, Guards, Braclets, Finger Rings, &c. Gentlumens , Wigs, Tanpries, Scratches, &e. 11tra..1t. has been for 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 satafaction to all who will favor her with their patronage. Her are more liberal than have been ofrerdal in this city heretofore. mar 17-ly James Iloward&Co. TXAVEIIie pleasure to announce to their friends that they again utcupy their old *tend at No. 83, wood greet, where thee have opened an eaten e WALL PIPER WAIIIIIOVSE, and will have contently on hand an extensive assortment of Satin glaied and plain PAPER irmwaxt.s, Velvet and imitation Borden 'of the latest style; and moat hand. some - patterns for papering halls, parlors and cham bers. They manufheture, and have on hand at all times, Printing, Writing, Lrtter, Wrapping and Tea Paper, Bonnet and Fuller's Boards—all of which they offer for sale on the Most accommodating terms, and to which they iniite the attention of merchants and others; AI SO—ltlauk Books praline:l/and the best goal- Ity, School Books, always on hand and rot sale as abona. aug 25 3.t0.10 ruiltE subscriber bogs leave respectililly to return his grateful acknowlegenicuts for the liberal pa tronage bestowed upon linn for years past, and par ticularly to those who so generously patrrincied him since hie mt9fortuuri by the late tire, Having consid erably enlurged his buidues by associating with %Vin. B. Roberts 11S a partner, he would earnestly solicit a continuance of Ihrcncr favors to the new firm of Roberts & Kane, and he trusts that by prompt Mien. Lion to business they will gis o general satisfaction. IiA.NE, 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 aids, where they truslby 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, vizi Mahogany Wardrobes, " Dressing Bureaus, " Book Case and Secretaries, " Section Buck Sofas, " Plane " 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, • " 4 Hat Reeks " Rocking Racks, " Sewing do, " Music Stools, " Arm Choirs ' French Bedsteads, " Butlers' Trays. Mahogany, cherry and poplar bedsteads, warrant ed proof against bugs, and superior to any now offer ed to the public. Also, a variety of Windsor chairs, of the best quality,nnd 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 factdry on Front street, a steanrengint with machinery, which will enable us to sell, wholesale and retail, at redue:mi prices, The attention of Western Merchants, and persons moving West, is invited to our now and extensive. establishment. Western Cubbietniakers are-alsol 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 furniture will be carefully packed. Steamboats and hotels furnished at the shortest no tice, and on favorable terms. ROBERTS & KANE. N. B. Undertaking in all its branches attended 'to. marlo-y - rpue, HEIDELBERG CATTCI-118.T1, T H . a sums mary of Christian Doctrine As used by the German ReformedChureh, English and German.— pot sale at our store, No:11.5 Wood at. Pittsburgh. SCRXEik 4 SCII,4I3fER, MMf== Ornamental Hair Work MRS. RENTER, Wig Maker, Allegheny Csty, sir doors from the Aqueduct, opposite the Collector's Office, wishes to inform the pub lic that she has just commenced the Ornamental Hair business, and has a very superior stock, re ceived from the' Eastern cities and Paris; andAliii is prepared to fill all or ' deniiit the shortest notice, and in a manner that cannot be yxcelled by any similar manufac- .4 Card RE.NIo% ‘.I ffffA Fall and Winter Dry Fraods A. A. MASON,' Afgrkot Street, Simpson.'B Row; .. T_T AS received-42 cases and packages of Cheap IA Foreign and Staple Dry_Goodsiv . hich have been recently purchased at ruinous low prices in,tlM east ern markets, ana will be sold it extremely low rates. We name` in part: - • ; DRESS GOODS. Splendid shaded Pekiri and other styles dress Silks; black andthlue black Gro de Rhinos, Poult de Sole, and Gro ;de Swiss; new style French cashmeres; Mous do TaMs; new style -cashmere robes; Oregon and California Plaids; new style Ginghams, superior quality; Aipaccas and Apines. SHAWLS! SHAWLS! French Caul:Nem ; Terkerri Printed, very rich; Zephyr Worsted ; Drochit, Damask, Thibct, -.Merino, Woolen and other shawls. • LINEN GOODS. Linen Cinuhric- handkerchielk, all prices; Hem Stitched add Itevereitordered Hack; Irish Linens in great yariety; Linen Sheetilags; Damask Table - Cloths and Table Damask; Bird's Eye, Scotch and Rucker buck Diapers; Drown Table Covers; Damask Nap kins, Crasl4 &c. ! DOMESTIC GOODS. ~, New styles of Prints, of all qualities, one ease as low as 4 Ms.; one case Orange and Blue, slightly,im perfect; Q.:cents; good dark Prints, fast colors, as low as 7 cents; fine dark blue do, 9 cents; very rich do.,for lftniul 12 cents, usual twice IS and 20 cents; sitmettbalds brown Muslims, evcry splay, nt factory prices. Kentucky Jeans for 20 cent's. Cassinetts as low as 28 cents. Canton Flannels 0 cents. Also, tickings, flannels, Stripes, checks, blankets, cannier ' panes, plaid linseys, bleached goods of every variety; one case NamkOen as low as 9 cents per yard,. / . FOR GENTLEMEN. flack, blde, (diva; brown, drab, French, English, and American Cloths, from $2 to $8 per yard. Sup. black and face Cassimeres, all prices, Satin, Velvet, Cashmere and Silk Vestiugs. A full stock of 'gloves, handkerchicrs, cravats, hosiery, undershirts, draw- ere, &c. 1 Cash purchasers arc respectfully invited to call and examine ouq assortment before mating their selec::• firms, Sellirg exclusively for cash, we feel confident I that we can offer greater induCements to buyers than i those who practice the credit system. sep9.9 . A. A. MASON:. I ' lIEW FALL GOODS, 1 FVIIOILESALE — A XL; RETAIL.. i n mr aßitos & TrAN -L- En, --- . 1 4-- 4T NO. 46, MAICET ST., 1, R ESPECI I FULLY call the attention_ of their frieuils, : und DRY -GOOl,l purchasers generall-, to thOir exteossve atsi.Ortmoot of PALL GOODS, Which is nore complete inrecery - deparment. Purchasers *e particnlarly invited to examine mix very choice selection of DRESS GOODS AND SILIIVDS. l ity lit 3 uch t a r t , t , e it n i,, ti e o d n p la r s e len given to their selection, and in paint ot rictiness and variety, Ave never bcfor'e 'hart been able to grer greater inducements. i .. , i tMC Tr malC.aslimeres; Cashmere Reps; i Cashmere D'Ecovve, Mous Dc Laines; i Fancy Awl St i le Sillor, dm. &e. I Srwa - r.s.-4"rench, '. , T..y1, - erri, Cashmere .graciel. , 1 Rnihroideriil and plain Cloth; do. Thibet Shawls! 9r entirely new and rich patter/la- 7 in every variety i of rtyle--aliSQ.♦ Ilenniquitt's 111 k. Meting, with Fancy I 1 I.arl ' ies Fancy Silk Velvetsf 1 i Paris Kid r; over, in all shades and Nos.; I 1 xr4.-[tat ms.—Several boxes rec'd comprising I Ithe ditfelent kite - styles, choice patterns. Few boxes j very handriOrne - patterns 31 ll} cents. i I i Linen Cambric lidhfs, from 1:4 cta. to the beo; in use. FRENCH ANT) Sr.:7lCll GI-C.315--01 very ucsirn•i We styles and qutlitir, super - lin-, at low prices. I French nutlet Cloths, tin all shades); Alpacas, Silk and Curt. Waips, plain and fanny; Itotnttaxincs,! Laplnv's best, at uttusually- low! petees. . .. I Embossed Table Covers; - IVoot.rx 13tAriKrts-12 and 1-1-4 Taney bound, t 2-4 twilled beintifdl article. Alstrlotv en t. of different ;sty v., les, all of hich are elferi,d at prices 30 per cent • :rcdneed. 1 Splendid Calicoes, at Wand 12 ets, I Our donirstie,depariment is full, possessing, advax- Itages to the purchaser rartily to !be found. Brown Nileet:lng.r, yard wade, alrird qualityi,;Wi I Do. de,. do. Eura beavy„ ,Se GENTtrtirm Pleaze take notice, that at our naliwber `may be round At all tunes French' Broad Cloths, i Pant 5t..111 . 1 and Yestings; Satin and Silk Sear, and Cravay, oe . ,st: styles; Lioen and Silk 1141kfa., Gloves ) , Hosiery, GUM ("races, Silk Elastics, Silk Umbrellas, il. &e., &e. The above stock has been purchased Within the last 30 days since the great depreciation in prices in the Eastern marl:ern, orul will be disposed of entire ly to the advantage or the purchaser. Call and nee at the Down Toter CAA liguce.” BARROWS & TURNER FRESH FALL. GOODS AT THE NEW YORK STORE. 10 Cases rich fall :Gods; French nd English Ca sh ieres and Mous. e 'Aries ; Gala Lohrain plaids; lain French [oak Cloilis; inted and plaid, loakings; a full, sortment of rend' Brodie, rioted Cashmere Ik. and colored 'ilbet, plain and mbroidereill lavas, plain and i I Ginghams, I Corinna, Alpacas' d plain M. de I ,ince; plain , blk of rich colored dress Silite. Also, 12 cartoons of rich Bonnet Rib bons.' Velvet and Bonnet SillisL French and Ameri-; can Flowers, in great variety ; Braid and Straw Bonnet', cheaper than ever; a full assortment of gentlemen'' wear, such as Cravats. Shirts, under Shifts and Drawees; Clothe, Ca ssimeres and estings, all of which will be sold at a small advance over New York cost. W. 11. GARRARD, kept 16 79 Market street. TlO GARDENERS . AND OTHERS. LAND FOR SALT. AT REDUCED ruicr:s. TIE subscriber offers for sale a tract or land about three miles from the city of Allegheny between the Franklin and Deaver roads, containing one hun dred and ibrty-onc acres, about 44 of which is clear ed. This land is 'offered at reduced prices and will Ibe sold either in a body or divided into Lots to suit purchasers. .From its convenience to market it would be a eery desirable location either for farming pur poses, pasturing cattle or for Gardening. ALSO, • Seventy-five building Lota on a credit of ten years. These Lots are Situated Grant, Wylie, Fifth, Roes and Diamond streets in the third ward of the city of Pittsburgh,' adjoining the Now Court House. Persons disposed to purchase will find these lots fa vorably located as to health, convenience to. busi ness, and will soon; be in the centre of the city. • For particulars enquire of J_ C. Cummins, or jy 2 SARAH B. FETTERMAN. G. W. Diddle, Dentist. 11AS removed to N 0.109 Smith . Ifir, field st., where he will perform all 131 operations on the Teeth 'eati5fac '''...43,.........:4: torily. , • N. B.—Having lately made one it •4' ,of the greatest improvements in ..,I.j -' ' > forceps that has ever appeared be ..o, ' 't'. ' fore the publk, he has been able s t . to extract teeth with such ease . ' K . as to astonish all those who have availed themselves ofhisservices. Pittsburgh, July 24, 1846-ly _ . __ Henry W. Willlama, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, (successor to. Lowrie & Williams.) Office at the 'old stand, Fourth street, above Smithfield. . THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore ex isti ng b e twe en Henry W. Williams, Esq„ sad myself, in the prac tice of the law, alis dissolved by mutual consent on the Zdth ult, and the business will tiereafter be con tinued bydenry - W. Williams, whom I moat cheer fully recommend to all for whom I have the' honor to do business, as a;gentkmas every way worthy of their confidence, . eeplB-1, WALTER 11. LOWRIE. . 3EMVE MEM =ZS Man'a Inventions Outdone by-Nature. - - -1 •-• 11, Select School, • READ, REFLECT, ir..14187 . 4 78E INTOITII East corner 0l Federal and. Robinsott THE' A 3.114R-IGAN - --61L;,- ,, --1 N -streets, AlleglieriY, will eminence :its . -Fall. MEDICINKOB .NATURE. 2 I , sessismi- on :Monday the - 3 Ist Mats --- [IHIS Oil is obtained from a well near Burksville - "-* mA " • Lee;"l-IrashirtVen College; anel Kentneki, at the depth of 185 feel below the - IFr" Pr''ll.rs3°:‘ .P,. TI. surface of the earth, and 170 feet through solid rock. 1 olh rrs. Its curative properties are trulx.astonishing;-and.a.e Having, attended an examination of the schonl a Remedial Agent it may well be pronounced won-- taught by Mr. Williams, we take pleasure in . la_Car. ! derful. Since the' discovery of this Panacea of Na- lug our-testimony : to thp evidence afforded by it -of tare, numbers of remarkable cures have been effect- the unusual skill and labor. of Mr. Williams._ The cd by ita use: It is Innocent---Powerful—:Bafe'and understanding 'of the principle of the subjects which , Certain in its : effects. It has been used:With duper: the. scholars had been. studying, "shown; aliened success in the treatment of the - following clear answers NI, questions asked by others. than-the diseases: Inflammatory Rheumatism, Burns and teachers, piove the excellence of the Nei.: England Scalds. Gholie; Piles, Flatulence, Inflammation of modes of teaching; in which Mr. Williams Seams:- ' l 4 the Kidneys,: Deafness, Ccinsumption, Liver Com- be proficient. . Phtbisic, Scald 'Cancers, Weak and - J W I SHARTr.&c, Sore Eyes' Bruises, Fresh Cuts and Wounds, Pewit the Rev. Mr. - Preston", Doctor Hunt, ' Sprains and Strains, Dropsy, Pains in the Breast and 'Having attended an- examination- of 149 - . 4elecl Side, Tetter,l Influenza, Ulcerated Sore Throat, School under the earepr Mr. Henry Williams, held Coniumptiond Bronchitis; Spasms, Ulcers, „Spi na l recently in his school room, corner of Federal and. Affections, Scrofula . or King's Evil, Coughs; Syphilis, Robinson 'streets; Allegheny city; we: wk. - if - to CIA Ringworm, all Bowel Complaints, all Chronic dis- public attention to this institution. We Were:highly. eases, Impurities of the Blood and General Debility. gratified with the progress and order Obis school: It is likewise very beneficial for Female Complaints This manner of simplifying and illudtrating tho - dif; in general; acts as a great Restorative from Languor, &rent branches is peculiarly happy, and well calm, weakness of Back and Chest, Low Spiritsand Exces- lated to give interest to the pupils.- 'His mode - of - _ teaching them to read struck us as .novel,. and _ono Read the following Certificates, all of which - are that cannot Mil to-make good readers. - authentic; all the persons theiein named are now Froni'the knoWledge that we haVe'of -Mr. Wife living; and ivell known in . Cinchinati and Pittsburgh: Hams' character as a teacher; his zeal, fidelity end Pirnencar, Aug it'22, 1846. success, wecordially recommend him to the _patron 7 This is to certify th a t wq.hase used the American age of the . .His location is elegiblf/ IP-F.1;244 • Oil fur the , who t oping &ugh, among our ehildren, by cities . . - DAVID MONT, - giying them frdm 20 drops to a small tea spoon lid at - ..B.ICIPD BARD; night, which always enabled them to rest welt through . RICEPLI BEESON. - the night. I aWo applied it to one of the children I attended the ab - ove examination, and can truly thatgot her arm burnt by turning over a tea cup o f say Lwas much gratified with the itttaintment. thc _ hot coffee on it; tile child seased crying by the time Mils. • • Wfil. PRESTON', the arm was dressed and bound up, and has never aug2l-2m, - - complained of it since. I also was afflicted with a pain in my sidelana breast; and have been no for 16 -years. I commenced using the Oil by taking a tea spoonful twice a day and in 3 or four days using of the oil I have ben very much relieved, and do really believe that it is the best fel:Oily, medicine that I have ever seen. I applied it to one of my-neighbor's for a strained ancle which relieved her in a few minutes: We have also used the oil fora strained joint in our own family, which gave ease in a Vety short time. We live on the east ship of.Penti st., doors south of Walnut, I am now as well as I ever was in ply life; 1 MARGARET "H. SMITH. 1 Prrrsnuncu, Aug. 14, /8413'. This is to certify, that my son has had the Plethisic for OM-ill - years, and yvas very bad with it, and about 12 or 15 days since,. I commenced giving to him about 20 or .25 drops of the American Gll, twice a day. which relieved him'iri a day or two of his diffi culty of breathing, and be is now 'entirely relieved of his cough ; our, boy is 10 years of age. ‘Ve,live in King's Alley. 1 :! NANCY KING. Ctzemaizt, July Ist, 1846. Sir: Having b4en Cured:of:a= very severe disease of the eyes and [ head; by At use of the American' Oil, I feel it my dlity tfl the public, as well as to you, to send you the following certificate: . 1 hereby certify: that I was severely afflicted one year ago last winter, WO inflamed sore eyes and a !erylsevere pail: in my head from my eyes up to the top of my bead, and continued so for several WPOSS, ; 51y eyes were so much inflamed and sore that I could not see to attend any business, nor could I tell one -object from teether a few...yards from me. I ! called in a physician, 'but still got worse. ..I also tried a good mant , remedies that had cured others; but in my case they . failed. In - April, 1545, I heard of the Auierican Oil. , I procured a bottle, and be fore I had used a half a bottle I was entirely well, and still continue no. I will not be without it in my i house, as long as I:can get the genuine article. I also gavait to one army num- that was working. for me, 1 that lied the tetter in his hands so had that when he would grip anything tight in them the blood would I burst out, and the use of half a bottle cured us both. 1 I would advise all that are afflicted in any way to give the Oil a fair trial, and I think they will be pleased with the effect it will have, - &c MIIIIPHt Sold at One Dollar per Bottle ) t Jac N kson's Patent Medicine Warehouse, .S.V Liberty, head of Wood st., Pittsburgh. Tr= o,tsvr PLACE is P/TISDI3/Gti where the Genuin. Amin-iron pit CAN he obtained. Beware of a Countertbit article. The • Seneca Oil. put in American Oil Bellies, and labelled "Amer-. man Oil." It somewhat re'sciTibles the. American Oil, but possesses hone lof its virtues or healing,pow era, . W. Sackson respectfully informs the Public that D, Hail & Co., the proprietors of the American Oil, 1 hare appointed hire their SOLE AGENT? for West ern Pennsylvania. ="' 1; All persons wishing Sub-agencies will apply at S 9 i' Liberty strect;as above. I! _,, N. ti. - Sub-agents wanted for every town In the ~ ' bore Di , triet.•,. .. ~ 1 il A great number,of certincates are on hand and ;can be seen at the office, S 9 Liberty street, headof !Wood. aug 2S-2y „ • ~i ttaiburgla Navigation and k'fre Inan I ranee Company. o.iliC4 X 2. 2i, Maiket Sire Ct. ' DIU IiCTOUS : - .Michael Allen, ' ;, William Ebbs, C. Ansbutz, • Lewis , 'Hutchison, Thos. Bak - elven, : Fred. Lorenz,, Robert Beer, - - James May, 4 I R. W. Poindexter. M. ALLEN, Pres:t, Flossier FINNS'S, Secretary. aug2o-dtlru. • Money AV airted In exchange. for Hats and Caps. • - TIIE subscriber would inform the :34k% public that he has received his fill stock of .Caps, all of which have been principally made .to - his order, and 'as his purchases has been I made on the cash system, he is enabled to sell his stock of Hats and Caps at unusually low prices for cash. - His stock does not consist of the cuttings hi' Eastern houses, but are' all a fresh manufactured article. Neither is :his establishriaent replenished with the old stock' from eastern markets - : The Proprietor, being a hatter and Cap manufacturer, by trade, as well as profession, he is also daily man ufacturing Hats aura; Capi of all - descriptions, and for their neatness and durability, cannot be sur passed, All of }vhich he offers At - wholesale and retail, and at such Prises as cannot fail to please the purchaser. G. W. GLASSGOW, No. 102, Wood street, third door below John D, rig , Commercial 'Auction Rooma. REAL ESTATE . AGENCY. JAIILI BLAKELY, JOHN 1. arrrertra. Aidernfan, Attorney at Late, BLAtELY & NITCHEL, rtONTINUE to attend to the selling and renting Vi of Real Estate in the City of Pittsburgh and vi cinity. Itaving determined to devote a large portion of their time to this branch of business, they with confidence solicit a share of the patronage. of' the public; from the.facility they possess and the experi ence they have (the Senior partner having been en gaged in the Real Estate Agency for near 20 yearso they believe that they Will. give general satisfaction, Office on Penn st., near the U. S. Hotel, and Smith- j field st., between Diamond:Alley and Filth street. fY7 A UCTIONEER & cqmmissio T MERCHArT, ji Corner of Wood and Fifth streets, Pittsburgh, le ready to receive merchandise of every description on consignment for public or private sale, and frOm long experience in' he above busines,flatters himself that he will be able to give entire satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patronage. Itegulatiales on Mondays and Thursdays of Dry G3ods arid -Fancy articles, at to o'clock, A. M'. I JOf groheries, Pittsburgh manufactured articles, new and secondhand furniture, &c., at two, P. M. • Sales every eveningnt early gas -light. augl22y Tco" partnership heretofore existing between Hunker Dickson tis dalved b mu tual nsent. 4- The affairs is o h f they dissolved m late fir wil y l be settled by P. H, Hunker, who will continue the Bak ery and Confectionary, at the old stand in Filth, near . Market street. ' P. H. HUNKER, sepl ROBERT DICKSON. EO. S. SWARTZ has on hand•a lot offine Lawne ur which will be sold at the very low price of 181 i cents per yard, persons who want a good article, at a low "price, would do - well to call soon. Also on hand-a good stock of Nansook mualins for ;Ladies Dresses very cheap at • jel 3 No. 106 garket stmt. ' '. .' - ' 1 ...7 -. :. 1. .._.i '- ':- ';,- .: - -- -.1.,,,,, John D. Darla, ,moans t /Immo! University Law Se/mita, rrtHE FALL SESSION of.this department 0f.40 Wester n University; wilhcommence in theiguir University Buildin ,, , on the Finn ILToiSoity - or Sip, TEEeEA. neit, and the SPRING SESSION of 18.4'4 . will commence on the Fs is goriPs-Y•ef.4l/Ru4.47 following. This institution having sci-lar. re- - covered - from - the effects Ofrge great fire of April last year, as tishare the new building nearly completed with-increasedaccommOdations for all its departments, it is'llapeii that the Law School will be found to present increas, ed facilities and attractions to those who desh:p to pursue a regular and thorough course - of leg;al edcica, Lion, and to prepare themselves - creditably, forc4 mittance to the bar, There will be daily recitations by - the 01asaes-tin assigned lessons, so arranged as to embrace, a two years course, all the principal and most portant branches of the law, •Occasional-Jectureo on law and equity, will also be delivered as part di the course. Tan Moor Cotinr, desigied for assisting stadentil in acquiring knowledge and. readiness in the Prac tice of the law will ba resumed as soon - as the rita-C ber OF students Will justify. The degree of BACHE:: LOH. OF LAW will be conferred onstudents,•of-tke., institution, according the rules usual in snot". 11;13kitkv. Any further information that may be t•equited:ran readily be obtained on application to the Professor,. NV,4r.44R. H. rownte, - who has Ili ettee od.4th cil;•010 Smithfield street, Pittiburgh. ' - • - - - Trams—Seventy-five &Bars a yea.r, or thiFtkaeu en 31111 a half dellaraa session. aug6-d3m _ • EX T.ll - 40RD /NA. R y •Dtscr..osiirPgs. LEto Or . FRAUDS. - , • 2 CiGME Druggists are misled into the error of buy."-, ► lug a miserable imitation orDr. - Smith :a Sugar-. Coated Indian Vegetable Pills ; simply because - the," l ean purchase the spurious cheaper. We shall in all 'case s expose such dealers throughout-the country. I who, after being', eh* informed- of the rascality of these imitatots,bny and attempt to impose upon the public with such worthless trash. It is not the Su. garcoating alonejhat constitutes the value of my Pills, but it is my intention,- for which I claim - dm. right G. BENT. smrrir, M. D., 17.9 Greenwich st. and 2 Waters[. Boston.- READ AND JUDGE—LIIPORTANT FACTS. We, the undersigned, wholesale druggists in Lou.- isville, Ky., are satisfied, from all the information thatWe can obtain, that Dr. G.BENJA.MW SIMITH is the original inventor of the Sugar-Coated Pills. 'We are prepared to supply dealers .at the New York price. Robinson Peter 4- Cary, 492 Main street. J. S. Morris 4- Co., 461 Main st- - Rupert Lindenberger, 511 Main at. George Lapping 4- Co., 79 Fourth st. llull 4- fides SI Fourth st. The following from druggist's in New York shows I invented the Sugar Coated Pills in , New York, June 16th, 1844. We, the undersigne , er ss. or heard of gar Coated Pills," until Dr.G. Benjamin Smith man.; tifactured and exhibited them to us about a year sinee n „Rushton 4- Co., 110 Broadway and 10 Astor Houye. Israel- Randolph, M. D. 69 Liberty at.- • - Horace Ererett, 96 Hudson st. Zahn Castree, 97 Hudson at. Darin Sands; 79 Fulton st.. A VOICE FR.O.M, * ; KENTUCKY. I have been afflicted with dyspepsia in its most ag gravated form for three years past, add found. no ro relief unlit I used Dr. G. Benj. Smith7s.".Sugar-Cost ed Indian Vegetable Pills." After using six boxesof said valuable pills, lam entirely cured. They. are a general remedy:7 1 J. E. LF.E,MIN. Padttr-ab, liy. N0v...9, 1045. We certify to the above filets. Dr. Smitles"Sugar-Coated Pills" are universally. esteemed. in this vicihity. • • 110DGE GIVENS & Co, Merchants. Paducah, Ky. Nov. 19, 1845. • At the request of Dr.. G. Benjamin Smith's_ adent we cheerfully state that we visited the offfeelltif Dr. Smith in September last, while in New-York, and found him to all appearance carrying on a very ex-, 4ensive business with his Sugar-42eatd Indian Vego.. table Pills.. The extent of his establishment would • arktonish auy one not initiated in the myiteries of tho pill trade. — LouisvilleJournal.- - • (From Dr. Singleton.) - - Smithland, (Ky.) Feb. 24,.1846. - , Dr.'ll, Benj. Sraitb.—Dear Sir: Nothing has ever been introduced that has sold so well and given such gener'al satisfaction as your Sugar-Coated Improved Indian Vegetable Pills. Very respectfullY, yours, S. P. SINGLETON. (Frem Buil & Alden.) - • Louisville,(Ky.) Feb. 13th, 1546.- Dr, G. Benj. Smith—Dear Sir: Yru will please seed us 12 gross of your valuable Pilts. From present • in dicatiotts we shall sell a large amount of them.-- We find that they go very quick. Your friends, BULL & ADEN. ' ( From Wilson, Starbird & Smith.) • Louisville; Feb. 13thj 1846: Dr. Smith--Dear Sir: About two weeks ago wo bought .2 gross of your Indian Vegetable Sugar Coat ed Pills. Though business is dun here at this time, yet we have sold them all. You please send us 10 gross tbrough Messrs. Lawrence, & Keese, of your city, who t,l tbrward them to us via Pittsburg,h. Yours ' respecttinly, • . WILSON, STARBIRD & SUIT?. This 4ti to certify that :I have' used the Sugar Boated lls manufactured by G. Benj. Smith, of New -. y_ork;(for some time, and believe them to be a good irnedicfn,si end also from enqpiry in that city, I am - perittaden - that he is the original inventor, and, therefore, is entitled tcr the benefit of the inventor; S. WILLIAMS, aug2l. Pastor lot Baptist Church Pittsburgh-c,,- We have.forty letters from different dealers ing the agency of my Pill, although they had the spat.. rious in their store—one•in particular from New Or:: leans, which we shall publish. Principat Officea.—New York, 179 Greedwich-str Boston 2 Water st. _ - otr G. BENJAMIN SMITH is written on the bot. tom of every box of genui'ue "Sugar-Coated Acerrrs , --WiSiont Iltaderson Druggist, 205 Liberty street Pittsburgh: John.Scageant Aileghed i y city, maylBd7m, , - 'T HE underslgned would respectfully, inform-the: citizens of Pittsburgh and its vicinity, that - ha ![has purchased from Mr. Mnies Cory, his largo and: . `- splendid stock ofDry Goods, kept at No. 66 Market street, where he intends to keep a general assor- I ment of seasonable Goods, which he will sell at ve t reduced prices. Please call and judge foiyoutraelves, ry - 4 No. 66 Marketstreet, • _ auglB " WILLIA M COWEN: To my friends and patiorkt-am • and would respeetfully reconeinend .-Mr. " , Cowen, my successor. ' MOSES CORY. RECEIVED THIS DIY ) by Expre-ss,dnotheriot, of rich bladk KLANTILLAS,,--at 'the Now T9titL' Store IS Market street. ~ auirr -3Y,•.