The daily morning post. (Pittsburgh [Pa.]) 1846-1855, November 21, 1846, Image 1

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LVIIARPER,
IC U% corniT:otWood wad Fifth . sts.
Tztont.,-F,ivpAollare a year, pay 4 etn advance.
Six doltota vrill_inyoxiobly be co.quirOci if not. paid
vrithin they.eot, .
_ Sinlacopie:,:r9.7o CENTA7—forqalf3 at the counter
of the Offie?., and by'Newa Boys.„
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THWIVEMILY-.IIIEROUgY7 illeitYl.olllllEß
published at':die 'lama .oigie; oled dodliTe inedium
'be* lit TWO DOLLOS a pelt; Iliad Vance; "aid
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do ' ' V. 7.5 TwO ~ . . 700
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month, $l5 00 Six months, „,,
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Six 0,0--., , : 2 0 0 0 • o ne year; - ” UU
0niell: ,
i ir Aller.i4vrtsientsi :: rlort4 .: i . n.
rcaaOftqUrlinesrVTDOllaSa year..
• • • -11.1agehan Stialasion,
A.:7OIUNF.YS and Coußsel !Ors at Law. - Office
'' Fonrth street, between XVood and Smithfield,
and,Aektly opposite the Mayor=s, office: norti-y
• 'LVilllwm DVlLtaliati,
AjiTonsirs Ai LAW :Ind Snlieitot in dliancerv.
„tt-,-, Office in Barr s new FMB' street . , be
wean Wood and Smithfield. . 'au 11
IA ograw & ILVICWght, .
t-TTORNEYS- AT LAW; Office remSed to the
residence of R. S. Magraw, on Fourth st., one
our from oherry Alley. apsM-y
A TTORNEYS
AND . COUNSELLOB.S AT LAW,
Pittsburgh, Pa. Office on Fourth st., between
Smithfield and Grant. -. • marl4-y
TTORNEY AT LAW, office in the building on
the North East corner of Fourth andSinitbileld
-streets. • tiov 11-y
--- , Hamilton d.-Bruce, -. -
Aitts.
TTORNEYS AT LAW, - office North. side o.
Fifth street, between Wood and Smithfield ins.,
hurgh, Pa. Collections made on 'reasonable
terms. ..," •': ` dec4-y
R. lgorrow,
ALDERMAN, office north side of Fifth street,
betweenp Wood.anfi Smithfield, Pittsburgh.
eeplo-y '
" Andrew Burke,
—TTOAN.EX AT. LAW, office, Smithfield street,
betweett Fourth:street and .Diamond Alley, op
positalvEr. Geo: Weyntan's tobacco manufactory.
TTORNEY AT LAW, offing in the chambers
pl L. occupied by Alderulin 151 , 1I:titers, ou Pith st.,
betwnerilirood and ,Smith - field. aplS-y
M'CanAtios4::ll.l , -Cluie.
Aatt.. , TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT. LAW,
.office ou• Fourth area, .opposite 11. F:. It. 11.
ersOtt's Livery Stable; Pittsburgh. scplo-y
A TTORNEYS AT LAW, Furth street between
LI; Vsall, and SmitlAileld, oppotite-Patterson's liv
er stable. , . ap7-v
George I'. GLl)rn.ore, -
11:01LNEY..AT LAM, °llion in •Breed's
above W . end, Pittsburgh, l'av
sep7.-dly .
C. Orlaudo Loomis,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, office Fourth St., above
Smithfield. ittlo.-v
. ,
IfEELEN has removed his commission and So.-
..et • 'warding business from the Canal Basin to his
new, warehouse on Third street, nearly opposite the
Poet Office. may3o-y
MS=
. Rickard Cowan,
A TTORNEY
AT. LAW, °Slice Stuut's build
ingsoo Fottxth st, above Wood. junel9-thvy
' Johle W. Burrell,
A' TTORNEY AT LAW, basing returned from
13.:1:43..F.u50pean tour has taken an office: on the,
north east corner of Fourth and Smitlifieltleals.
none tiavinr, had itnalness and gripers in the inuids•of
Samuel ,Ifinkstou, F.sq. - , deceased, will call on the
aboST, as all the unsettled business of Mr. Kingston
has beau left in his hands. mar .y
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°RICE'S. AT LAW, Pittsburgh, Cinn:
nisstsner to take the proofand acknowledge
meet of deeds, leases, contracts, deposites er,
,cither ,
wri*ige; to bo recorded or used in the States of
Kentucky, Indiana find Tennessee. Office No. SO,
Stuarts buildings, FoUrth, street. ma r,12-y
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ATTORNEY, COUNSELLOR AND "NOTARY,
Pittsbnigh,'Pa., having resigned the (ace of
ecretary v.• and Fire Ins, Co., will attend ape
j zially -to collections and business • connected wdli
navigntion;in,surance, accounts and real estate.
sinoss - hours, 9'A. M. to 9 P. 31. 02 - we, .N - 0. 1,
Stuart's buildings, (No. 80, Fourth st,,l second door
; east. of Wood struct.s:
..F.lawritt C. Matson,
TTORNKY ANb COUNSif.LL9II AT LAW,
IdliaL. Franklin;Veuango County, Penna., will attend
promptly to all business entrusted to his eare—col-
Jectious maaaa. iu Warren;Clarion and Jefferson co.'s.
y • REFER TO
J. - A. Stockton & Co. -
Murphy, Wilson & Co.. Pittsburgh.
John Bigler,
"Hod. Tames Kinnear,
Franklin.
'Hon. Alen. .WCalmont,
Hon. janaes Wilison t Steubenei le, Ohio. jtay23-y
LDEILIII.IN; Fifth Ward, Penn street, between
Walnut-and &Vara street.q, where lie may be
ound.at all times. Those having hniises or other
aroperty to sell or rent, can have the same punEtu
attended.to; debts collected, and all thb duties
of an. Alderman will receive prompt attention.
uct27-y
BARKE RS
and dealers in Foreign and Domestic
of Exchange, certificates of deposit bank
gotes and specie. Drafts and notes collected, and
emittances made to any part of the United States,
NO. 5.5 Market street. jan7-y
Johnston AD Stockton,
BOOKSELLERS, PRINTERS AN!) PAPER MA
KERS, No. 114 Market street. sep 10-s
131.00ICSELLERS, STATIONERS AND BINDERS,
; _UP -No. 1.15 Wood street,. flue° doors below Filth,
Pittsburgh, Pa. jan7-y
CORNER of First and Feriy. streets, Pittsburgh,
j, Pa., manufacturer of locks hinges and bolts,
tobacco, fuller, mill and timber screws, housen
screws for rolling mills, &c. senlo-y
WNTIST. has removed to the placer of his for
mer residence in'Penn street, two doors below
- aplS-y.
TITIAN and Fundy. Medicine Store, corner of
j_f Penn and Iland.streets, Pittsburgh, Pa., Phy;•-
'sycians?..preseriptionlaecumtely compounded. Medi
cines can - be Patall hours of the day or night.'
'"ltysriinsv Rio Juntas a, Iro - rt Works.
HUGHES inanuf aoriirOr' Of iron and
warehouse, Sniithtield'aliove Fourth st.
343p10;y. ,
AY3l , Ankulfy it, ' -
170RWARDING; & COIiSSISSION MER:CIIANT.§
.12 Canal Riain; Pittabargh;P:i. .mar3dy
GAMILY GROCER; rnithfreld street, next door_
IC,76llellfth . Pricsbytntint - Church. junea
George Cochran, -
micatvrAubniz Irc..CIMIBPSSION 24ERCIANT
.N 0.26 Wood st., Pittsburgh. nor27-y
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& Donnelly,
Edmund Snave•den,
James Cal.lmi,
Vorsir itra.W.• Swartz-yr.:l4ler,
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Pharlef,
James S. Craft,
John A. Parkinson,
N. kiolmes & Son.,
Scribe 4r. Scheibler,
James Patterson, Jr.,
W - 4uk: A. Ward,
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Martiit.Lytle,
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ifew BoOk Store.
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STH -et . Co:; No. 43 -Market street!,
ItcYi door to Third street-, are just.opening
new and exleneive assertment of Books and Station
ery, which they will :sell . , 'wholesale and rata', at the
lowest prices. ' ap2s-y
• "" 'Oto. C. ratuvmr, •
Ii & - DROWNt, •
tiuccnssona ro notn.stur AND DIIONVNE,)
I.M.PORi,ERS and manufacturers of Wall Vaper
'and , Soneral ..Paper.Warchouse, No. 87 . Wood
.re et, Pittsburgh: je2o.
o , ll.nra Robinson,
LATE .U. S. Attorney; has rethovid Lie office to
A No.'S St. Clair et. -sept4-y
LUMBER MEItcIIANT, dace an . enn street;
between Irwin. and Hand sni., 'Pittsburgh, Pa.
All commitsions will be protnptly attended to. mar4-y
.:Sehool Hoak and Pa . per Warehouse.
uk . .LOOMIS, Agent, publisher, bunk seller and
1.4 bookbinder, No. S 9, Wooll street, Pittsburgh.
inar2S,y
Pillar ton', PuriyaOng,
ATA.NUFACTUItED and:scild wholesale and re
lit. tail, Smithfield st., between Sicth and Virgin,
allej., actin-y-
lITANUFACTUREIL of Lard Oil and dealer in
it Star Candles, Filth street, near Market, S. W.
-side. .-• niar94-y
Mt!PM MM =M W M 7 ri
' Coleman, Itztilntim & Co.,
I.IAIsaIFACTURERS of Carriage Springs and
ult. Mies, A. 8., and .spring steel, and dealers in
conch trinunings of every description, tuanutlictory
on St. Clair street, warehouse, 43 Wood street, op
posite St. Charles Hotel. jan23-y
Flint Glass Establishment
ULVANY Manufacture and keep
Al_ constantly on hind cut, moulded and plum
Flint Glassware :in all its varieties, at their warehouse
corner of Market and Water stfcets, Pittsburgh.—
Our works continue in full operation, and we are
.constantly adding to cur stock, which suedes us to
fill orders with promptness. Purchasers arc respect-
Ally solicited to call and examine prices and terms.
sepl6-y
jr NT.ITACTITRER or INconnurrram: TEETH,
AL Smithfield street, two doors,below Fifth street
Pittsburgh, Pa: Alv,-ays on hand a full asSortment
Plate . and Pivot teeth, of a variety of shades, as
simple Plate, Molars and 13iscuspidatoes, Gain teeth.
Screw_Pivot teeth, tic. Teeth and blocks made to
ordero)entists supplied 'with all articles in the pro
fession. All orders from abroad must be accompan
ied by the cash. •
Platina always on hand
JarneE Blakely, Alderman.
OFFICE on Penn st., opposite I). Leech &
packet line office. Office hours from 7 o'clock
A., M., to S o'clock P., M.
Dr. Dr:at Irl 14'315-rl.
OFFICk
,on Smithfield, tl!ree doors from Sixth st.,
Pituburgli. aectO-N
Dr: Grorge
A -AFFICk,
No- 77 S.raithileld street, near Sixth st.,
1..1 Pittsburgh. . , Aug:2l-)
P. Ilinnie,
- DIAN° FORTE matiuhcturer end dealer in .110-
r sieal Instruments, No. 11:2 Wocid street, near
I , olh.
nos
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Fifth, near I.l.larket . t4t.,-:%liiitary
_E. : . Baixers, signs, d,-sirs for steamboat Whet',
houslea, and fancy painting of every description neat
dy executed at the shorte..t notice. j)2.7-dtim
-.• J. Crawford, M. D.
.E.SPTCTFULLY leaders his servic , i to the citi-
Lkt tens of Pittsburgh and ticolity. Mike., St.
Ciair street, opposite the Exchange Hotel.
- septl9—.l3M.
RECTIFYING DISTILLER, and dnal
er in Foreign and Dornesnc Wines and Liquors,
No. 114 Liberty street, and 53 Diamond Alley, Pitts
burgh, P.A„,
QURGEON DENTIST, lIS Liberty d trert, a Aim
10 doors Uclow St. Clair st., Pittsburgh. up2S:y
Owien Z.:: Snowden,
tCCESs'ons TO AVERY, OG DES d: Co., whole
sale and retail druggists, and tuanutheturers of
white lead ; red lead and litharge, corner of Wood
and Second sts., Pittsburgh. Pa. norl3-y
Martini , SIO I h.,
SUCCESSORS to Irvine Martin, wholesale gro
vets, produce and commis:Mut merchants, and
dealers in Pittsburgh manufactured articles, No. rni,
Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa. apS-y
John M'ClosiTiry,
Tumor{ AND CLOTHIER, L:bertv bet,Neea
Sixth street and Virgin go ulli side.
seri 10-y r
J. 31'Cullistcr,
TOM LES_ILE a,nri retail dealer in Tobacco,
11 Snuff', aaLl Svgarii, No. '25, Fifth betivenn
Wood and :11arlint l'ittsborgh.
J. D. Williams Co. '
r and cnnnn,ssiun m e , t . a re d ha g
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country produce and l'itttlutc..Th :`,lanni,cialc... N.
110, Northeast corner of Wood and I , dlll.,str.u..ts.
sop. S.
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P. C. it arias.,
S'ITilOLl I a i• E : i a i Do nt;
e ta n i t i n: G ‘ r ‘ r2 i cz a a n n d d d
Lotnori
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Foreign.aud Domestic Fruit, Nuts, &c., No. V) 11 a;er
street. sep,,v
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L ant/tett & Shit,* an,
C I ,It e OC h EIt i S, &
Commission s, dealers in produce
'and Pittsburglimanufactures, Nus. 133 and Wood ,
street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
John Scott eit Co.,
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.N, G)1(.: o. 7 )C c E.:II.S J n ;,ND I C r OMMI ow, L SS b I , O I N
street, Pi urgli.
J. & J. Dl'Devitt,
+l' and Pittsburgh ntamtfncttves e g r p s n i e n raly() produce
224 Liberty, opposite 7th Street, Pittsburgh. ap2S-y
John 11. Mellor,
ATHOLESALE and retail dealer in Music and
y Musical Instrutnents, Piano Fortes., School
Books and Stationnry, No. 122 Wood street, Pitts
burgh. janl-y
James Paelc, Jr., & Ca.,
lITHOLESALE GROCERS, importers of tin plate
ir V and queensware, and dealers in copper and
Pittsburgh mantifactured articles, Nos. 112 and 114
2nd st., between Wood and Smithfield sts. jal4-nl4-y
Select School.
M .BLOODY respectfully announces to Lis old
friends that ho intend , : opening a Select School
in this city, on the find Monday of April next, hi the
basement of the Third Presbyterian Church. inar2l-t
. Dr. Win. IL Wright,
. DENTIST, Office and residence in
St. Clair st., a few doors below Lib
/ C erty., near the Ea:chance Hotel.
marl
John Cartwright
etITTLy:Tt and Surgical Instrument Manufacturer;
No. 140 Wood street, two doers from Virgin al
ley, Pittsburgh, Pa. Always on hand an extensive
assortment of Surgical and Dental instruments,
Bankers', Tailors', Hatters', Hair Dressers' and Tan
ners' Patent Shears, Saddlers' 'Tool's, Trusses, &c.
j 024
Iteilry W. Williams,
TTORNEY ANU COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
A L (successor to Lowrie E. Williams.) Office at
,the old stand,
,Fourth street, above Smithfield.
T.IIg.PARTNERSMP heretofore existing between
Henry VV. Williams ' Esq., and myself, in rho prac
tice of the law, was dissolved' by mutual . consent on
the 26t1frat: 7 and the.bnsiness will hereafter be con
-tin4d:by-1-lettry.W. Williama, whom I most cheer
fixlly recommend to alt for whom have the honor
to do basil:max, as a: gentlernan every way worary.ot
their soisfkance.
seplB-1; WALTER H LOWRIE
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Otto Kuntz,
James 311110:$
J. flr3ar,
Hugh Arters,
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PITTSBURGH, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1846.
Franklin 21ouse, Fonyik street,
Between Smithfield and Grant Stieets; -Bittssburgh
CCHRISTIAN SCHMERTZ, Yroprietoi, respect
fully informs his friends and the public general-
ly, that he will open the above, splendid llouse,.on
the Ist day orMay next.
- The Hulse ,tieing new, and finished in she most I
commotlitiM' and convenient manner. ' and hating it I
furnished with the newest and most beetiful style of
furniture; flatters himself that he will be.able to ac,
commodate;his friends and the tmceiling public, in a
manner not inferior to any similar establishment in
the city.
:As the House is situated near the Court Honse, ar
rangements have been-made to serve up meals at any
hour in the day, this will be great convenience to
those who are in attendance at court.
trlr -
Refreshments of all kinds can be had. Boar
ders taken by the week or day.
Lunch every day at 11 o'clock, A. M.
a ,30.
AV as hin gt on Hotel,
TAMES Al iVISTROING, Proprietor, Corner Of St.
111 Clad and Penn streets, Pittsburgh, the proprie—
tor ticgn leave to return Ilia moot grateful tbankp to
his friends and the public Ihr pant favors, and hopes.,
by attention, to merit a C01411111:111011 of their patron
age. The lionise is pleasantly situated near the Ex : -
change; it has accommodations for travelers; and a
largo coons ibt public luticiings, dinner or supper par=
ties. •
Refreshments always ready, or prepared on the
shortest notice, with tho choicest the Ilarket wilt alt.
'ford. Gvsters 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 estal,hshnv ;a,
P. S. A hot Lunch sen.ed up eicry day at 11., A
ap
Canal lion: House
I3ll_ DOSS Err, Penn street, Pittsburgh, Nana,
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 hind this house a convenient loca
tion—it is with is one hunilred yards of the canal
anticonvenient to the liirWarilagt
Every information given to 'roil Manufacturers in
all branches of the !Arsine,-
erev.ed ;de can at all timee lie had at the
liar. mv.-10-v
Lafayette ticfrretoz•y-
Ti - 06. 61 and dli. Wor,l street, ndr Lynd's Am.
Lion store. The nuliserthers hale fitted 11.1
:tbove place in riiiperior stoic, and they fi!el msnred
will give comfort and satuilLetiod to all who ins::
visit them.
Arrangements have bean made to have a constant
supply of Fresh Oysters, 5y1.m...11 will be Nerved up to
visitors and families on the shorteSt notice. Other
Inotiries, candies, fruit and pa:dr.es of tica choicest
kinds always on hand. Their, Bar is tiliced tsi til the
hest braods the market can afford; and Ref-Taint- Cas
t ilo std Havanna Cigars of superior qual
ity. Every attention paid to visitors. Their motto
in, every luxury in its season. Prices moderate.
novlo-y OtillKN i GIBSON.
Burn: Dilutrtet Hotel.
rAAC MURDOCK, thrtnerly the Unica) Ylinet
on Water street, having been burnt out, haNtmift
a net- and 11311160 U", htoloe eline,;; eg.: tilt ac.„-orn
inotiatimi travelo;s, It the co.tcr ttr at Ctp:lti and,
sutitidield strvtt,, which vill ua Lall) , AU an the Burnt
District liotel.
ite ht now prepared to oiler every necommoriation .
a nil every coralort to the traveler, at very moderate
chargev.. Ile k pro's-it:eft with ample and coin en tent
dec 12.-y
B. Y. !..Tr..II.KI'T
NN n drair•:s in
i2l aiil COrlier .7ilarket.
and Vtolll Strcet,.
11.:terotr:s—W Pr. o:m Co., I enry F. Schwep
pe. XV ca. e 4 um, \VCa ~ 7 .
Tir^ir Itock , hl/0044nelrcted gre:t rate, ant,
ef.plegarsi of the C:10;, , Cy.: ff, mar_
het, to v: h;ch tarn would atlcntioll ,
and solicit a sham oriesh:ic liaifoLago.' It notnprises
the following in c.,510,
Le , bot/R, Tencritros,
Ports, MatagasCalatrias. Lopors—Bratidics, Gins,
Ittnns, and NVO.a . sics. noz-25
kl:telinuge
lORNER OF PENN A s D ST. CLAIR STS., AL-,
LEN BROWN, P.utreatutma.—Tonne f 3 ,Ctri per
day. Thou ndersigned, ihrinerly of the Merchaioz,
curare of Wood and Third strecis, I:a4 leased'
this superior establishment, and furnished it aunts
throught4t, with new beds, new boddrug and HIM
fUrnitine. Groat care has beta taken to fill Iris col
lar with the choicest viazids. .A•haadaome omnibus
acid a baggage wagon are provided for the use of Ins
v i llestsolud a Porter ri in hi :inendanee at all hours.
to meet the demands of the r. The long ex
pt.irience of the undersigued in this business, assures
him that his easnest perpoi, to iod•sry ail who ea 11.,.
cannot he. unsuccessful. Ile fcols altogether at lib.'
erty to promise Vi RIC.t a a cuss iortar,le and cleanly
abode, liberal entertaiLlMUlle, and a hearty welcome,
at a tomb-rate e ALLEN
ap2-d
Co—Pairt [ter s:xlp
W haring. c on
I the Jai d lur Jas. ay
V.
Haiinr ri and J. F. J [inning t, under the name and
style of Coleman, Hallman & co., wdl now have in
creased I'i:edit:es for iniinnfieturing Steel Springs,
hammered rises, AinerlC3:l ltioiter auJ Spritigli , deel,
&c., to ss. his). the all 1•112.1011 of dealer; is res.:pi:T(lll/1y
solicited, an.) hepo by strict attettililti to business, to
merit a I,ltltilluanee to tile acre 1 . 11111 tire I:11,11,1SO
beil. , ),f•:l upon hint. Factory on SL Clair st.
—warehouse Wood st., opposite the St. Charles
lintel, where evil be found a good assnrtment of
Springs, Axle,. A. IL, Spring Hviel, and Coach
Cruurningtit-of 'ivory description, togaithi.r Iron,
Nails and nianintictured articles. tc7rThe
highest price tool jaw!!!
lIMIEMM!
BLL AND BRASS 1:01.:N14:12, has rebuilt anti
commenced lueamtss at he; old stand, Ni,.
Second, between Mark at and Ferry atreeta, whkre
be will be pleaaed to see Ins Add emturnera and
themla.
Churtli, steamboat, and hells of every aize, from
10 to 10,000 pounds, east fr o m I,3w:rm. of the moat
approved models, and warranted to be of the bast
materials.
Mineral Water Pumps, Counters, Railing, &c. &c.,
together with every variety of Brass Castings, if re
.4inired, turned and finished in the neatest manner.
F. is the nob' agent for Dabbi Ant i-Attrart ion
itt ritemarjustly celebrated fir the reduction of fric
tion in machinery. The ho s es and composition can
be had of him nt ell limes. tiny 13-y
G. W. Biddle, Dentist.
11.15 removed to No. 109 Smith
.: .„„..,i . -, field et., where orl will perform all
il
operations on the Teeth satisfac
,- se,- toroy. •
.. , ::"E- N. 13.z-1 - laving lately made one
„lei., :,-• 1 c or the greatren improvements in
i. ;r: '4 7
i ..;,. 1 •: . 13, e forceps that h.ts el er appeared he
t,
.., ..,..., Core the pulii.s., he has been able
to extract teeth 'With such care
am to astonish al I those who have
availed themselves of hts services.
Pittsburgh, July 21, 1810-ly
AV I 111 aui DI c Kt. e
TILL continues in his old business of matifictur
-0 ing Wagons, Carts, Itra:is, Timber Wheels;
Trucks, and Wheelbarrows, on Filth street, between
Wood and Smithfield, where he keeps constantly on
hand, or made to order in the shortest notice, any
amount of work, by the best of' workmen and good'
materials, and at prices to suit the times. Those
engaged in the Santa Fe trade, and Furnace men,'
are requested to give him a call before purchasing
elsewhere. ap7-y
GEORGE BELEY,
,11.73111 ER AND 31ANT:FAETCRER OP
Pumps and Hydrants,
'hich are superior to and cheaper than
any in the city.
lease In Hill and examine for ynursclves.
FOURTH STREET,
,TWEEN SHETTITIELD AND CHERRY ALLEY]
is and Pumps repairrd. janl-w6B:dy
Lawns.] LAWTIS
EO. S.SWARTZ has on hand a lot offino Lawns
‘3l - which will be sold at the very low price of 181
cents per yard, persona who want a good article, ata
low price, would- do well to call soon.-
Also on hand a good stock of Nansoek.muslinpror
LaditstDresses very cheap at • '•
jel3 No. 106 Market street:
.
=
THE subscriber hiving disposed of his Bookstore
in Pittsburgli,,ltu Mussrs, Elliott and English,
Would recommend thiem to the patzonage of his.for
iner customers'. ROBERT ,CARTER.,
Pirrslitinan, October woth, roc
THE SUBSCIIIIVE4S -7— havlng Purchased the iook
store of Mr Robert Carter, will continue the bush
ness- at the old, stand. ' , They willat all times have
on hand a large'supilly of Theological, Classical and
Seises,' Books--Alstr, Writing, Letter and Wrapping
Paper, Slates,etc. - • .
Western Merclants making purchases in the city,
arc invited to call; examine our stock, and akcertain
our prices before purchasing elsewhere. •
, • ELLIOTT Bc - ENGLIW, •
oct2t No.A Market st., bet. 3d and 4th.
BREWERS, MALSTERS AND hop DEALERS,
Corner Barkers Alibi and Nun et, and feotor Pitt st.
• ," Pittabifitia, Pa.
. SMITH, "Brewer, Malstee, abd Hop
ur Dealer, Propridtor Of the . Pittahurgh Brewery,
hating , taken a longleinto of the old and well. known
Point Brewery, fininerly in the occupanhy Of 0. P.
siiiras, has associa*,l with him in the business Mr.
.M. 13. Brown. Thaiusiness of the joint establish=
ments will be hereater conducted under the name
and style of GEO. W. SMITH 3: Co.
They will continuelohave a constant supply of the
best bottling Ale,' Porter and Brown Stoat, X and XX
dratfght Ale, Barle4ndltye Malts of the beat quali
ty and Eastern and Western Hops Of every quality. •
ont:3l-1m
r,unOP I.N AGENCY.
IT KEENAN, En 'lean Agent, now on his /wen
trip, in * tipe, will iv. h',l' absence (loin
PittAmr , h continue t ransact alni,:sinels.cumnect
ed with his prolessi through his Agent, JAMES
MAY. Merchant. henifttances of money made to all
parts of England ,Ire! d. Scotland and the continent
of Europe. Copectiopg.ollegades, debts, inheritable
property and claims) t;darches made, copies of wills,
deeds an t i: docinnentstocured, &c.
Kr- Apply to or add :ss (post paid)•.tAAIES SLAY,
Merchant, Water street, Pittsburgh. oct6
Laid Oil ritia Reduced Price.
rr111.: sub,cri!er <<ottld respeetailly inform his
friends andthe puk '
e in n-enerril, that ilk nes
Factory is sow completed, end with a large addition
to his machinery, he is pupated to make consiticra
hie quantities of a superior article of Lard , Oil,
which he is determined to sell cheap, fully appreciaJ
ring the old proverb, that "a...nimble sixpence is
worth more than a slow shilling." Ile feelseon
dent that constonercwould tind it to their nidneautage
to give him call anti exarnino fa themselves.
Woolen manufacturers, machinists and others, arc
respectfully invited tin examine his superior oil, Fifth
street,- near Market, opposite Ilunker's Confection
ary store, and Messrs. Samuel. AtClurken Co.,
Liberty street. Ir 4. ED iY,
Pittsburge Lard Oil Minuihetnrer.
A superior quality of Star Candles, always out hand,
of asorted m
clues. ar24-y
s.
Ttl" made and ready to be offered on the tonal
liberal terms to my old customers and the pub
-111: in general. The Proprietor of this far (holed and
extensive establishment leis now, after returning
Ifrom the. Eastern cities, at touch trouble and expense,
:just completed his tall and winter arrangements` to
supply hi, thensands of tustoers with one of the
! m
most desiraide stocks GI - Clothing that has ever been
ra c red in this or any other mark et west opthe moue
i Fur neatness ip style a nd workmanship, com
limed with the cry low price which they will be
sold for, must rertainiy render the old unrivalled
Three big !Yours one of the greateit attractions of
I tiie, western country. It is gratifying to me to lie
krible to announce to ioy numerous friends at home
ahrond, that notwithstanding the extraordinary
efforts vshicit I have made to meet the many cans iu
my liuc,.it is with difficulty I can keep time with the
eunstant rush that is t u ssle on this popular establish
ment. It is a well established fact, that my sales are
toter in the country. ' eight or ten times larger titan any other-house:in the
:ila: ass nn land and -11,1 " ends Ice , M . Alpii a large as- trade, and this being the case cm the attioula sold, I
3Ortiale or. IL:, Work, such as Ladies' ; can afford to sell at much less profit tlianlotheilscould
Wigs, 1.1 .73,; , , Neckincrs, Guards, I possible think of doing" if they wished to - itt'gr eon-
Bracelets it.gor te Etc. Gentlemens , Wigs, Flingent expanses. I intend to make a critaii , aveeep
Sc inches tue - e " • of all nit Dreamt stock before the bc ,- innire t ". of net_-!•
Mrs. IL has been for many ye - ars engaged in the yt,a t ii coining to this conclusion, I will trialte it the
business in France and the United States, and from inte r y,it of every man, who tracts cheap whiter
tier inn; and ea pirienee, she frets co n cid erl i in being I suit, to call and purchaseut the Three Big lanurs.
able to give satisfaction to all who will favor her octii2l- 1 1 , w :`.I•CLOSKEY.
w i th the i r patronage. Her prices are more liberal ---- 1.7 -- i --- 1-erstty traav School. -
than have been offered in this city heretofore!.
I rim E FALL SESSION of this department or the
mar li-ty
Western Unirersity, will commence in the new
Universal - Building, on the Fiaar MONDAY or Sne-
Ty.r.sr.r. next, and the SPRIG SESSION of 1537,
will commence on the Fiat MONDAY or FEDZWARY
fiAlOWiDg.
This iustitation haring so liar recovered from the
effects or the great fire of Aprfl last year, as to hiave
the new building nearly completed with ittcrea.md
accouanotlatiuns for all its d e partments, it is hoped
that the Law School will be found to present increas
ed facilities and attractions to those who desire to
pursuit :1 regular ;Lod thorough course of legal educa
tion, and to prepare themselves creditably fur ad-,
inittanee to the bar.
There will be tinily recitations by the classes on
Orunnicintal Hair Work .
...,......e . „. AIRS. RI:Nil:It, l-l'ig .2i/42:7er,
/ :•... , - -;-,:,;..tt ilik;za.viii l.:,iy, six doorsfra": the
, _.....,,,,,. , - I , l:,, , a.rt,,opposite the Cu/icctorx•
I % ;•-•,..-„,--...,-:;,..,.. Cl:p...r, tribes to tat - ono the pub
,. --P,k-,. , ,
silo has , ) ,.,:„:.,,, ;:,, t..i.0. silo cas j:..st comitreaccd
...;•-i-',.. 4- - „,: -. 4 . ,:: the Onzune4l al liair bulittel3,
i.,-;ii..7:.....r,,, , :,:. and ha 6 a very superior.s:ock,rut
)
....,f... 1 „ - -'a 3.r- -r- cell-Cll il'olllol,, Ea..-.tern c ;ties arid
‘,.:...,,,-, i> I',:tin; and she is prcpartiil to rill
'' ' ' t ; '',..-, ail orders at the shortest :notice,
and. 4.21 a inaraier that - cannot be
%all
. .tr 111:13111ILI
C
'--... exc.:Dad by • any - -. 'I '
I=l
VI TITIAN BLIND FACTOItIi.
ANDREW WHITE'S
•
VENFILLN BLIND F,WTORY.
PITT STREET, BETWEEN x A ND TAI -RTC,
T the jurimon or Ferry and I.ihcrtj , •, adjoining
1 Ruluid', rou g h Fact.o-v. n•ltere he cohtinuos
to inanut:acturc the nilde in Ihttshurgh
or Alle , •lieny, without lieu of contradiction,: which
will Ire sold at the l on V ast pns.ible rates for -cnstz.
.1160, ENFFIAN Situ :'CGS, Stationary and
Revolving.
CO - fir Venttian Blinds are always kept for sale
ny IL If. RIAN, on Filth street.. octl-ly
e..M. McDONAL-D, Bril and. Bras::
1L
~.. Fo. ~,r. First street. near ?Market, is
p pat
€.l to make Brass Castiros and . ~... re . ~
• - lirass works !re:orally on the most
"--- .....: 1 7- 1 :". re i , nnah'e it . l . lllS and short , st notice.
` - • . --" , ..-z- - .1, Ile inVIWA machinists- and all tho,a
using liens, NVOtks to give 111111 a call, as he is'cle
v,•rniined to do all wo:k in he: line very low.
may :27-1y •
LandrelhN Warranted Garden Secdß,
TvitEcT YRom PHILADELPHIA. Each paper
iy bears the label and warranty or otru, LAN-
D': EMI. For sale by F. L. SNOWDES, No. 29' Water.
at., at the acted forinerly occupied by Gee. A. ferry.
Extract from the • Report or flan Visiting Committee
of the Pennsylvania llorticnitural society,' unani
mously adoptdd and ordered to be printed.
LANDItETIPS NURSERIES AND GARDENS
'•These extensive grounds are on Federal street,
near the - Arsenal. " The earliest collec
tion of Camellias Wl9 made here. Some of those
now in possession of those distinguished nurserymen
are ten feet high. * • " The selection of
eLAN - rs is valuable and extensive.
.N ut series are very correctly managed, slip-
Plying every part of. the Union, a detail of which
would occupy too much of our space, we therefore
content ourselves with stating that the stock is very
large, and in every . stage of growth, consisting of
FoREST AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, EVER—
GREENS, SII RU BS, INES aNU CREEPERS, with
a collection of herbacceous plants, fruit trees of the
best kind and Moat healthy condition, large beds of
seeding apples, pears, plums, &c., as stocks for hud
dling and grafting; a plan very superior to that of
working upon suckers, winch carry with them into
the graft all the diseases of the parent stock. •
"Gnnor.iir SEEDS of the finest quality have been
scattered over the country from these grounds, and
may always he depended upon. The seed establish
111€.11t of these Horticulturists is one of the most ex
tensive in the Union, audits reputation is well sustain
ed from year to year.
*To obviate tie chance of mixture of the farina of
the plants of the same family, they have estaidished
another nursery at a suitable distance, so that degene
ration cannot take place, and which secures to the
purchaser a 'genuine article.' Knowing this the
age, quality and process at culture of every plant,
the supply from their grounds is recommended with
great confidence."
*,,. Since the date of the 'Report' from which the
above is extracted, the entire establishment his been
greatly enlarged. The collection of Camellias em
braces all the liner kinds, and consists of some thou
sands of various sizes; so likewise with Roses, and
other desirable plants, both tender and hardy; fruit
trees, &c. •
The Seed Gardens alone cover filly acres, and the
whole is, as it has beeii for more titan Italia century,
under the successive mauagpment of I:tther and son,
the most prominent in America.
_ _ •
Kr Orders received by F. L. SNOWDEN, from
whom catalogues may be received gratis. mar9-y
' Segurs: Segars 2
"ILTSt received from :New York, a large qUantily
e.Y of Havanna and Principe Segarg of the most
popular and sur crior brands now in use. Also, an
excellent article of chewing Tobacco and several
bales of superior Cuba Leaf Tobacco for sale.
R. E. IVINCHESTER; 4,
No. 50, Third street, two doors from the Post
Office.
TATIONERY.—Just opening, a large and Aplen
did assortment of French, English and Ameri
can .Stationery, which we invite the public to call
and examine. JOHNSTON & STOCKTON,
oct29 Stationers, Market st.
OLD PENS—l3aglers celebrated ever pointed
lUr Gold Pens, just received•and , for sale at nniteced
rates, by JOHNSTON & STOCKTON, •
oct29 Booksellers, Market st.
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MEI
~.F,~:i s
''ok CARD.
GEO.' V. 6aIITH & Coy
PITT SBURGII,4SD POINT BREWERIES.
New Hat and Cap Store
ciis. U. POULSON, (late of the firm
Poulson & Gill,) having opened hls
new store at No. 73, Wood street, next door to the
corner of Fourth, is now manufiteturingend.recet-
Ving froze, the Eastern cities a very large assortment
of hats and caps of every description, warranted- to
be madein the.bestmanner and of the best materials.
Otter, Seal, fine and common Muskrat, Sealettc,
Hair-Seal; Plush and Glazed - Caps
. Also, a fine assortment of ladies, furs, such as
Lynx, Fitch, Genet and Coney Mutfs and Tippets
and fur trimmings, all of which lie offers for sato at
eastern prices for cash, both wholesale and retail. .
Country merahants will please call and examine
my stock before purchasing elsciwltere.
CHAS. H. POULSON.
N. B. The Fall Fashicn for Hate and Capi receiv
ed. sep27y.
Money 'Wanted In exchange for lints and
Caps.
THE subscriber would inform the •4 Vie
public that he has received his fall
stock of Caps, all of which have , ,been principally
made to .his order, and as his iitircliases has been
made on the cash syStem,.lie is enabled to sell his
stock of Hats and Caps at unusually law prices for
cash. His stock does not insist of the 'cuttings of
Eastern houses, but arc all a fresh manufactured
article. Neither is his establishment 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 and-Caps of all descriptions,. and
flr their neatness and durability, cannot be sur
passed. All of which he offers at wholesale and
retail, and at such prices as cannot fail to please
the purchaser.
G. W. GLASSGOW,
No. 102, Wood street, third door below Joint 1). Da-
Commercial Auction Rooms.
scptl2..
REAL. ESTATE AGENCY.
JAMES EI f AIiELY, JOUIT XITCILEL,
Ati'orner at Law.
4
• Ittn ian E . L gr. Ai I E L
CIGNA:WE to attend to the selling and renting
of Real Estate ilt the City of Pittsburgh and vi
cinity. Haring 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 years,)
they believe that they will g;ce general satislliction.
(Mice on Penn st., near the 11.'S. lintel, and Smith.:
field st., between Diamond Alley and Filth street.
cLoTn ! cLoTurNil ! ! CLOTHING !!!
The' Three Big Dour ye. The ♦Vattern
e rid t
130,Cp0 WELL SELECTED GARMENTS
assigned lessons, so itrranged as to embrace, within
a two years course, all the principal and must im
portant branches of the law. Occasional lectures
on law and equity, will also be delivered as part of
the course.
THE Moor COVILT, designed for assisting students
in acquiring knowledge and readiness in the prac- ,
tic e of the law will by resumed as soon as the nun
her or studetth. willjcainry. The degree of Bacon
eon or Lair will be conferred ou titUdelltS or the
institution, according the rules usual 'in such institu
tions.
Any further information that may be required can
readily he obtained on application to the Professor,
WALTER ii, Lowr-tc , who has his Wiled on 4th above
Smithfield street, Pittsburgh.
TERMS—Seventy-live dollars a year, or thirty-sev
en non a half dollars a session. , augG-dam
Plittaburgh and Comteßavine Rail Road
Company. •
x - rolicE is hereby given, that in pursuance of a
. 1 . re,ollltloll of the - Stockholders of the Pittsburgh
and Co nnelbwille Railroad Company, authorizing an
increase of the capital of said Company, and directing
an additional subscription, books will be opened
receiving additional subscription to the stock of the
Compute, at the Mike of Wm. Larimer, jr., in dth
street, between Market and Wood streels, Pittsburgh,
on Friday the 4th day ofSeptember. The books will
remain open from 9 A.M. until 3 o'clock P.M. of said
day; and from day to day (Sundays excepted) until
the requisite nullifier of shares be subscribed, or until
otherwise ordered. By order of thfi Directors.
sew,: WAI. ROBINSON, Jr. ['met.
An Acrostic. •
"JUST IN TIME FOR CHEAP BARGAINS?.
Just received, a splendid assortment of Spring and
and Summer goods,
Unsurpassed for quantity, quality or
Style. The Proprietdr of this establishment
'fakes great pleasurein informing his friends and the
public
In general, that he is now prepared to fill allordet.
that his
Numerous customers may favor him with. Strangers
and
Travelers would do well, in visiting the
Iron City, to call and' examine his extensive and well
Made stock of reads made clothing. lie .has a com
plete assortment of
English cloth, to which he would invite attention,
- • also,
French cloths of every color and quality, wich he is
01Tering at a very small advance on eastern prices.
Remember at this store you arc not asked two prices,
being
Convinced that small profits and quick sales is the
best wny to secure custom.
Having in his employ the best workmen,he can war-
rant
Every article made at his establishment to fit well,
And to be of the best materials; he would again in-
cite
Purchasers generally to give him a call
13erore purchasing in any other place,
As he it coidident that he can sell them as good goods
at as
Reasonable priceS as any house in this city,
Going so far as 'to say a little cheaper.
All his goods are dew, and of handsome patterns,
purchased '
In:the the east but a few weeks since. The.subscri
her
Now returns his thanks to his friends and the public
in general, and
Solicits a continuance of their favors..
Iron City Clothing Store, No. 132 Liberty street.
mar 7 C. M'CLOSKEY.
Allegheny Cemetery.
PERSONS desirons of purchasing lots in this
Cemetery. are referred for information to the
Superintendent on the grounds, or to; E.:Thorn,
Druggist, army of Penn :Ind nand streets, Pitts-
burgh.' flyorder of the Board. CHISLETT,
dec 1 t " Superiiitendent.
E==l!
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I
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liv
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. -::
AND WRITING= ROHMS,I
corner 'of and Market ;
:streets. This lathe oniyin-
I slitution in western Pennsyl- I
vania. where persons can •obtain such instruction in
'Mercantile and Steamboat Book-keeping, as will:en- I
able them, without thither assistance, to take charge
.of books. Those, whii haVe a doubt of thisfita, can
have any number of references at Mr. M'S ROOM;
Specifications and directions for opening bpoke in the.
most complicated and eitensive business, preparing
tidoks for the reception of new, .paitriers, or I for the
retiring of old ones, fninished upon reasonable terms.
Hours of business: 10 to 12, A. M.-2 to 4, and 7to
9, P. M. Ladies' apartment open, 2t04,P. M.
oct3l
-
NEW PALL GOODS.
ALEXANDER & DAY.,take great : pleasure in In
-11-1_ forming the inhabitants of Pittsburgh and the
!surrounding country, That they have just received a
j j splendid stock of Nevi Fall Goods of almost every
!!description,a large portion of-which having been
!jbought at.:uction, at a great sacrifice, and from the
;Importers and manufacturers at unpracoderitedly
low prices, enables them to offer great inducerpets
to Cash buyerS; they would, therelde,,re.spectfully.
invite them to call and examine their stock, being
Confident that they will' he pleated with.the goods
and prices.
LADLES' DRESS GOODS.
Our-stock or Ladies , dress goods is - rem-superior
!and cannot he surpassed, consisting in
. part of ,
Super Satin striped Cashmere, Ombio shaded, do.;"
Splendid Figured, do. in great variety; California
6, nd Clermont Plaids; Gala Plaids; Chusans; Plain and
figured and Satin striped Mouslin de Laines; Super
!French and Scotch Giughanis; new style,Embroider
d 11(4.13p1 entlid Cashmere and de Lain e rates; Ameri.
'can, French and English Chintzes of thelatest styles,
&e.
SILKS! gml,t!!;, -.
We have a very handsome assortment of Silks,,
Isuch :is super Black and Blue Black, Fig'd and strip
ied Silks; Super Plain-and •Figured changeable, do.;
Umbra - Shade), and ,-Charig,eable Striped, do.; Plain,
Black and Blue Black Satins; Wide India. do; Plain
Black and Bine Black Silks of extra quality and
width, suitable for marrtillaS:&c, &c. -
1 In this department we can, offer grem. ..,argains,
From Auction sales of importers in New York.aad
Philadelphia, among : which are Splendid Terkerri
, :liaw's• Super ClAimere eo • Embroidered Terker
7i, do.; Plain and 'Embroidered Thibet, TIN- Super
leavy Ottoman Silk, tie.; Splendid . India Sillt; do.;
"..xtra Ilernani, do.; Heavy French Crape, do ' • Plain
end limhroidered Cloth, do.; Plain. Fig'd. and Em
>roidrred De Laines, do.; Splendid French` Broclut,
Ito. all Wool; - llrocha and Cashmere. Long Shawls, ,
fend an immense variety of different descriptions' co
Fall and Winter Shawls, many of them.will.be sold
het half the cost of importation. .
Emhraced in our stock of these are Super French,
West of El:land, and American Cloths, or tdmo•st
very colnr—lleavy Tweed Cloths;_ Beaver and Pilot
loifis for over-coat..; Super Black Cacsimeres; Fan
-4 striped, de. in grcat variety. &cr. 8: - ..e.
.131, A NKE'PS! BLANKETSg
Extra. American Premium Blanketi:l Super Witit
ng, do; Heavy Twilled, do; Itoce,:do; and a untn
- et. of other makes of extra quality. .
_ .
I Not: stile Ehnbre. Shaded Cloakings; Iraod.:.ean9
plaid, do; lieavi Cala. do. for do.
AL1 3 21 - CAS AND . .MERLNOS.
I A very large assortment of Alpacas andaterjnos
sir every quality anti price. Frealk. Merino and
Ba:zbazints. both Black and - Coloredr - : -.1;;',...
_.
,11.60. Cast nett Red, 1 ize'a*VelMiv-•Pran
hells Tickings; Checks,,r) .crs; TitZwn and Bleach : .
ed Table Itoens. S . ' s , Table Cloths;. Canton
Slannels; heavy I.:reties; Salk and ' Linen lidkfs:;
earle; Stocks; Collars, &c. &c., all of which - we are
4elling much lower than we have ever before been
/4tabletl to ctn.
Tailors, Clothiers, are Country Merchants are,
pcmally invited to extv'ifiltiorFrearli.
Cloths, Cassitnerts and,Vestogs, as we arc prepared
to sell (thuds to them who buy to sell again; as tout
Is they r,;:i be bought in 11. e regular :toy in the Bea ,
trn Cities, and by having a buyer resident in. the
east, attendant upon the Auctions; see have rare fa.
eillties for procuring new and deslrable Goods, at tlie
lowest possible prices; we are regularly receiving
new Goods every few days through the year.
I - ALEXANDER .5. DAY,
octG 75 Marketst.; N. W. cor of the Diamond.
iMW•Aldig.ib - M27:#dAkCiaii‘a;
• klacab2.l O.I73EKTSJINE SUGAR, COATED rit.t.s has upon ST !!
jo t y..t.tom ALL
Bic wt ..111 4 .` •
the •!
Original 1 /
/,:rtor. TERTZIT.
irtLlC,ii Eli FL:WS SUGAR COATED VEGETABLE
j PILLS arc the first and Only Medicine ever
known that will positirely cure .
Headache,Giddiness, Measles, Salt Rheum,
Itheumatism, Pilee, Heartburn, Worms,
Dispepsia, Scurvy, Cholera Morbus,
Small Pox, Jaundice, Coughs, Quinsy,
Pains in the Back, Whotiping Coug,
Inward Weakness, - Consumption, Tits,
Palpitation of the Heart, Liver Complaint,
Rising in the Throat, Erysipelas, Deafness,
Dropsy, Asthma, Itchings of the Skin,
Fevers or all kinds, Colds, Gout, Gravel,
Feinale Complaints, • Nervous Complaints,
And all other diseases originating limo impurities of
the blood.
Ir) , They have cured, since their introduction,
over 2,000 persons, who have been given up as hope
less cases, by the most eminent Physicians. •
Kr. They are patronized and recommended by .
Men of the highest distinction, among whom are—
II on. David It. Porter, lion. Henry Clay,
lion. John Q. Adams, Hon. Daniel Webster,
Hon. Martin Van Buren, Hon. Calhoun,
pen. Winfield Scott, 'M. Johnson,
ilea. James K. Polk, Cen. Lewis Cass.
irr Their virtues are infallible that themoney
will be returned in all cases they do not give univer
sal satisfaction. Although but two and a half years
have elapsed since these celebrated POIS were 'first
introduced to the public, the sale of them in the
Eastern and middle States has tiff exceeded Dr.
plickences most sanguine expectations. During the
past year, alone, no less than 10,000 gross of boxes
e been gold in the State of - New York, 6,000 in
Pennsylvania, 3,000 in Maryland, 3,000 in New Jer
sey, 2,000 in Delaware, and 9,000 in the New England
States, requiring the constant employment of 27.1
hands, exclusive of printers and engravers. In the '
same period, upwards of 200,000 copies of the
"Family Doctor" have been ordered by agents in
every section of the country. These facts must
,show, conclusively, that Dr. Clickener's Sugar,Coat
ed Pills, besides being the very best medicine,; ,
world, are hold in the highest estimation by the p: _
We might extend this publication to an inn - Rai:
iite length, if we deemed it expedient to publish all .
tersimonials we have received, not only from agents
but individuals and families, who have experienced
Iltho benticial effects of Clickener's Sugar Coated
11Pilbs, but we deem it unnecessary. The most in
,contestible evidence of their unprecedented success,
are the numberless Imitations and Counterfeits which
!have already appeared, notwithstanding the brief pe ,
mod they have been before the public. Even some
of our staunchest pill makers have had the audacity .
Ito imitate the Capsule of Sugar,.in order to disguise
tthe ingredients of their vile compounds, and maul
them off for the "real simoit pure." uch paltry
shilts cannot last long without exposing, their hideous
I ldeformity. Truth and honesty must inevitably pre
over rascality and deception.
' l l For sale in Pittsburgh by WM. JACKSON:at his
(Paten! Medicine (Warehouse, No. Liberty street,
lhead of Wood st.;.Pittsburgh. . Price, 2Zie. per box:
Dr. Clickeuer'sprincipal office ie SI Barclay street,
:New York.
I 34 1- Beware of an imitation article called I'm ,
jproved Sugar Coated Pills, purporting to be patented','
ias both- the pills and the pretended patent are,for-
Igeries, got up by a miserable quack in. New York,.
Iwho, for the last four or five years, has made his
diving by counterfeiting popular medicines. "
3):::1 - Remember; Dr: C. V. Clickener is the original.
'inventor of Sugar Coated Pilltyand thatnothing or
Ijibe sort was ever heard of until he introduced them
lin June, 1543. Purchasers should, therefore,always
ask for Clickener's Sugar Coated Vegetable POW, and
!take no oilier, or they will be made the victims of a
fraud. oet I'J dly
jITT BOLO MANUFACTURED; TOBACCO;
• :20 kegi Plug Tobacco;
j . 5 " Twist; do;
10 Va. •••
10 ; Cav , d,il - sr•Lunip;d ' o;' , " •
In store ariii for Sale 51 4 DEVITT, J
ap 20 4 222 Litiortst.,
, 4 .•7'!,:% , !
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DIFPF , S
SPLENDID STOCK OF
SHAWLS! SHAMS.'?
Iffe4.
CLOTHS ~ I ND CA SSIMERES
L<f DIES' CI.O.4II7A'GS
Sec urn y to Purchasers
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HEALTH .TO,THE SICK l ".; - •;:t
Long • Lire . to ,
the. Vial nous.' •
•: • GOOD WILL TO ALL !I
T).lt. SAWYER, respectfully advertises,-.thatjtkk 7
17- s has, opened the. , .
•HEALTII DEPOT -AND INVALID'S_ ItP.TREA '
On 'Smithfield, between Third and4th streetscPitte l .. •
irnrgh,l 3 a., whore he will sell Wholeitalettruißeie
GENUINE;VALUABLE-POPULAR DIEDICINES;
for, the relief and permanent cure elan eta-elite
eases. Care Will be - taken to procure the most
. able pOpulaireniedies that arc to be had In theUnk 4 '-
ted States; such especially as are free frons-mercaq.:.
Mal and infwriout ingredients. W enrc determined..
that our estahlishment - shall bo what'lts ..
porte—a depository of valuable remedies for this
a resort "where the Invalid of every clats.May ceme,
or send in good faith, and get a genuine and:
able -By honesty and by keeping eiCellent:•••• -
preparations we hope to have the confidence
who,are so unfortunate. asto need medicine'. ~' We.
flatter ourselves that many:an enormous doctor-6111,i
and - many a valuaW - e day will he saved by Ball' gis
time.-at our ilealth. Depot.
Among the good 'remedies already received;_
have two most valuable Medicines well worthy
place in every family's medicine-shelf -
much prized where they have: been tised;ond are - :, •
nOw..for the first time offered in WeSternPenelylvilei,'l
nia: We fear not t6•lntroduce them to acquarntaxdel-. 7
With.the intelligent iliscerninglinvidid. . theYtis2lo, , ,.
give them an honest trial, the result will be
tual advantage. Gue.of these medicinesia
Oriental Sovereign Bohn genera:: family:.,
remedy; good for_ sudden bilious attacki,,tutd..fox„
fevers, will cure the ague and fever; good - for lank,- 7
standing dyspepsia and habituarcestiveness, iftut es. -.
pecially for nervous debility, and for. all .4iseaties..,
arising from a diseased liver, disorders of the stom,..
ach, and impurities of the blood. I ryoti. nee:dm - MG::
tine, give them aylal. Price :,`25 cents per box•-iit
-31. pills. - ' • • ,
The other medicine to which we referis, usey-Ji
Universal Ointment, a most excellent external/eta':
dy for all kinds of inflamed sores., bruises; piles, and,- :
especially for burns, scalds, fiozen limbs, Ac. It'
speedily reruks pain, and hascured.oeimre
and bruisei thout leaving a; scai to• Every fumily
should have such a medicine always-4 7 1and—par.
.
ticularly where there are children; and every perton_
whose business necessarily,expoiee-thCrn to the' tie.;
ciderns of lire, would do well ite keep.it alwitYtt bY :-
them in some convenient pla*wherexhey - may„USO.
it MAIM] needed, at a moment's 'warning: Price; 25
cents per box. Circulars giving more fulklisctiptions "
of these valuable remedies to. be had,glotis at - the
Health Depot, the only place ;in Pittelinrgit where,
these medicines are sold. ' • • • '.
We have many other valuable remedies, a fell of - :.+
which we will name: .
.. ... . , ,
Dr. 17yhane a File Yd wiry, an internal remedy. " . •
No medicine for this #idease bas more friends among. ' -• ,
the intelligent. Price, $l,OO per package. , . •
..
Dr. Decllint's Hungarian Balsam of Life, the great',
English - tonicity fin Consumption, and all diseases ot . "• - . .
he lungs. Probably no, medir { inc in Europe or Ame•zr -.-
mica has so many reliable testimonials from the most.
scicutilic and d istinguishe.d men in the world, as this s ,;<'7
1 Most rcuiarkabre. hic - bech perfornicd by itin. :.
many hopeless ciamiiikliith.in England and Americak-i "•
Price, $l,OO per bottle. • Pamphiets gratis. . . • .
Dr. I Vilson's Tonic Calharlic'und Afel-Dy . siciga.. l. ' . ...
Sick Bead-ache- PRIV ;This medicine is above leis:*
picion. in dho "glo.lia4on of many of the most intelli, ~ .....•,'
gmaf latniliea in this city and ricinity;•! -..." • ..
or
. ...
-Mni , - per boa.
). .b toe tied Pain Extra . tier. Three sawn . ,„ •
25, 50, $1 per box. • ,
Salter's Ginseng Panacea, a popular me - dicirie for ;" •
lung. diseases, 50 cents per bottle.
Sellers' Imperial. Cough Syrup; Some call it tbit• - .3 ' •
best in usc.. 25 cants per bottle:,, . .:, - •.
Goehrinrs Catarrh and Cough Candy. CI cents 7.
per paper. I • - ' . .4-': • .:
• Bristol's Genuine Sarcaparill¢. ; Highly rec.ont,
mended by many. $1 per botN
ni - . .
. ~. _
Bariiiiiiick's 'Mothers? Relict. ‘1 , 'Oared expressly ' . •
fur Mothers: -Otte bottle of ij, Oe to bood a. row „wook000r• ',: .). ..-
previous to confinement. RecoMinonded,hy tmm.y
. 7:
intelligent physicians. Pei up , in large" bottleit, .
$2,50 each. Pamphlets gratis. . •• .. '7• 7 ..7...: , •
Dr. AtLane's Ilorm Syrcifir.! It has very . rtsrusjr .
warm friends. 25 cents per bottle. . '
Sellers , Vern:it - rage. Pronounced by many.the beef'
in use:. 25 cents per bottle, &c. &c. AU these
able articles are free frtm mercurial ingredients.-:.
Other good remedies on the way, and arc. eFEectell
soon.
,
itfr DEMEAIDER, the. place where you eanbur...-
these and other good tnedicines, in at the U& LT.
DEPOT, Siiithfield, between 3d and Fourth Streets, -
Pittsburgh-, Pa. -- Hoy. 4-dawx. S 4
*New Drttg Store.
l a JOHN- D. MORGAN, 117adasale and BetaiPl
lig Druggist, No. 9..3i Wood street, one door South
of Diamond Alley, Pittsburgb:Hrlie subscriber
has just received from the Eastern citiesond is
opening at the . above stand, a full assortment: of
articles in his line, consisting bf )rugs of all lintit,. l
Dye Stuffs, Paints and Varnishes,' Chemicals} ,
&c., together will all such articles us are ustrally
kept for sale at a wholesale and retail drug store....,
His stock is entirely new, andlas been seleetect
with care. .11e is confident that his articles, both'
as tCI quality fral price, Will please such as may law':
vor him with a
. .
John RI. Tonmeend,
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY, No. 45;
ket street, Three doors above Thirff street ,Pitts
burgh, will have constantly on hand a well selected
assortment or the best and freshest Medicines, which
he will sell on the most reasonable terms. Physil.7 •
clans lending orders will .be promptly attended to rt .,
and supplied with articles they may rely upon 'Ai .
genuine. . .
Physicians' prescriptions will he accnrately and -
!wady prepared front the hest inaterials t at any hour
of the day or uigbt.
Also, for sale, a large stock of fresh and1 304
erfuntery . dee
.
James Caxanagii,
AS JUST received limn New York, a large
N
dition to his stock of goods; such as double
barrel Guns; Revolvers with six barrels; single bar_rel -
Pistols; table and pocket Cutlery; Raxorsi
Spoorin '
&c.; Gold and Silver Pencils; Diamond:: -
Pointed Gold Pens; Gold Bracelets; Breast Pins; •
Rings; Shirt Studs aikerosses,• Bead Bags; Silk and. •
Velvet Purses; Steel Beads; Accordeons S, 10 .and
12 plai n sethhone irt; Musical 'testi; Tays'SaiV
Fancy Goode or every escription.
No. 61, Market st., bimpson's Roar, betwneaThirtl
and north sts. / . 440
. _
SHOES, SHOES; SHOWS. • ' •
NEW FA.I..L AND WINTER SLIPPLYi.
Cheaper !hen Ever, at'
FOLLANSBEE Sr. IIAVWARIPS,nee•
Boot Shoe.and Trunk Store, No. 166 lk• • ."
erty street, nearly opposite thd heaMT . •
Wood street.
F. &.'II. would respectfully announce thrill/my Li •'•:
in store and are receiving. their FALL AND;% .• • '"
TER SUPPLY 01 1 BUOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, '
consisting of upwards-of five hundred packaged of all
kinds and qualities for Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses„ •.:
Boys, youths> .and childrous' wear. These 'goods"
have been manufactured to our order, and expressly
for the Pittsburgh market—all of whiel we arettletcr. • -
mined to SELL VERY LOW; as from our facilities*
in purchasing goods we are enabled so to d0..1 ;
We would solicit an examination of our stock kiy;
all in want of goods in our line, either at wholoiale or
retail, as we feel confident we shall be enaliledtp l
please, both in regard .to quality and pried _. -
The most of• Our goods are from monuflacturingd=" •
tabl ishrn en is with which we are connected. We shalll
continue to receive weekly from those houses' fresill -
and desirable goods, made expressly for ourdiles". , • "-i•
• DAYWARD,i
octl2 • • No. 186 Liberty stiot,„ •-:
Ja,rness lloNiardf& Co. • :
iAVE the pleasuro to annotince to their frientler
that they again occupy their old stand at No.
83,
Wood street, where they have opened an'exten- r '
sire WALL PAPER WAREHOUSE, and wills hails
eootantly on hand an -.extensive assortment of• Satin-.
glazed and plain PAPER. HANGINGS, Velvet and -
Imitation Borders of the latest style; and Most hanßZ
some patterns for papering halls, pirlors and cham
bers.
. .
They manufacture, and hare on hand. at all times>
Printing,Writing, Letter, Wrapping and TeaPer*: c-. -
Bonnet and Fullers, Board s -ail of *lnch "they'offic ..
for sale on the most accommodating telihs; smd
which they invite the:Vacation: oCTnerchasit , o*-•_-
ALSO-131=1i BColte orti . lt kinds and tiebeat • '
ity, School - Boot:4. &64,, allays on hand • and t6teidi: .
as aboie.
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