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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

A SSIGSEE^ NOTICE —The Cpnrt Common P«ea« of Allegheny eoonty, hjvinj appointed the under signed Assignee of David Jewell, an iesolveni dektnr.al! persons indebted to ihe said insolvent, or hcJdjo; property belonzing to b(m, are reqoesled immediately topay and deliver over all racb snnu of money and property lo tbe Assiinee. AHcrciliiora of Ihe rewH vent, are al«» reanesled to present their respective accounts 01 demands, sen 10 JOHN A. WILLS. Asrigw** WzfTfTAUSTlS , Attorney at Law. PJUsboish. Pa Office in 41ti street, opposi'e Barked Bnildia;. WiluxmE. Armi, Esq., will -SvefcigaMentioa to my unfinished bonnets, and I recommend him to Ibe patronage of my friends. WAITER FOEWASD. •ep 10—I v

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

B^B-1 j '. may he fun for yiiii, ¦M u-' . ss i• j e three .Macs said : ¦ft'; - in- w?-bov secreiin? abun-B/' ' ' : ' ¦ ' -• A ¦ " '' ' "i ''o ' id \ 2i-H .-I! :- : :- tlr-t sppearance at Bi'.rr i , '. ,- pal i-f llam' et— . K :. v ,i^,y heVi J, . j Hr i fcyb'r.' io ihf f.eairiboat SdT3- ji ¦ ;j. I1 f . ; ¦

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

B0*X> jIVO OfOHTOJGE.T-WMied, the Sam of fifteen faasdred dollars on bond and morifa-e for one or more years, (at the option of lbe lender) on *Uy property of conMe the amount N B. ApmlnmwniM fce si»en. Apply to Mr. Barns, 5tii street, near Market. J XTST RECEIVED. Noc5 and 6 of Six Nirfars •rith tbe Wa^blnetonjaor; the Joly. An-n»t and Septembrr nos. of (be Cold Water Ma-aune; a larie qnantlty of Tempmwe aBd CfcrtaSan \lmana« forl843. «nda great mriety Bt TeaHK«uiwe DocnrarMs, For sate low «» a ABKW8 IrtoJHejawe Office and Coras iswcp Ware-»»«, N«.9,F[ftfrAnjet. - «p21-jf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

DROWS5VILLE JUS1ATA IKON' WORKS.—Ed X^ «a.d Ho-be*. Mannfaclurer of Iron and \aite, « arehousc, .No.i,. Wood m.. Piusburg!,. sep io_ly LOTS TOR SAI.E._F«.r Lo,T,B " ij^i^rToi ^n.l a fonrlh Arres of Land on Holmes* Bill Lou nos. 41. 42.52. 53. 54,18], 182 and JS4, in Ook's „,„ of Lou, on Holme's Hill. Also, Lots m» 26 and 27, in Cook's p!an of Lois on High slreei. near the new Court House For terms apply lo Z. W. EEM1SGTON «n 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

B«O««riK A«««1CAK *O»JiC «tt*»I.T 8BV1UI tiitB. - . BENJAMIN BttANOBl'H'STltil&i JJr 'Tbta^regetabfe 'amt'trqty (aooeent medicine. ptrsifiks th» sloop, and Immediately stays ibe further proo«K»s6rDiac»«, in the bodies of those whose powers of life are not already exhausted. Where human means can avail, there scarcely is any complaint,or form of sickness, that the Dkarshkth Pills do not relieve and generally core. Althou«U these pills produce a' mown WT«rr,tliat effect is not to prostrate the body, as with other medicines, but the frame is invigorated hy tlie removal of the cause of vreakness,lhe morbid, ibe vitiated humors from the blood. Humors troni me Dtood. Harmless in themselves, they merely AssistNitubk t ' "I To throw out the occasion of sickness from: the body,' and they require no alteration in the diet or clothing. I In fact,the human bodyisbetlcr able to sustain without injury, the inclemency of the weather, while under the influence of this infection destroyi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

ir T&tysfsiTY -of- viitfiipa ;*-Taeo«a ***$*& of mj' this'^»Hltii.liM wJffl «*Smen<« on\,\(te Isiday of October; flrid ierfrif«afeiHJ ihe'sttftiof H\y Wibwing. The schools of the Onlveffliiy, -wljih tbetr jretpecllve Profe» sors, are: v ¦'' . '¦*¦ ¦" - ¦' ¦ :;¦•'¦ - ; • ¦ J% : . ; J. Ancient Lang«ages---Dr. GsMKier HarrlOTiB I' 2. Modern Langn»fes.—Dti Cbartes Ktaitsit. 3. Mathemalics.^—Mr; Edward H. Courtenay. i 4. I^atn rat Philosophy .—Mr. Wm. B» Eogers.r 5. Civil Engineering—the subject* of which are divided between toe Professors of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. 6- Chemistry and M&leila Medica.—Dr. John P. Enamel, jj-1. Mediciae.—Or- Henry Howarl. 8. Anatomy and Surgery.—Dr. James L. Cabell. 9. Moral Philosophy.—Mr. George Tucker. 10. Law.—Judge Henry .St. - fieo- Tucker. In both.SchoofsofLsngusgesare also laughl ibe literature of the respective lapjoages, and Ancient and Modern History; in the School of Jinthematics is Ine'uded mixed Moth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

Xj^IUE FRGOif IKON CBE6^S, Mamtfoitured ty J? J.iUjJiMisiiv, Sixtfi »tr.«t, «i.mi S»»i«#A^ ttrttt, fitt»ifa>gA;i?' :- -^ t o, - . :;l:-:~ ¦- .; -. . :¦! Pittsburgh, June IS, 1839. Mr. Jobs Densimo:—Oar Sir—Slaving been present, yesterday, at the experiment which you were pJeased to make, in the presence of a number of o»r business men, or luesafely-of your IRON CHESTS, in case of fire, it gives me pleasure to say, thai so far as I wascapauleof Judging, Ihe lest was fair , and the result exceeded my expectations. The Chest was a small one, about 30 inches high, by 'a5«iiitl8oi20 indies m btcadlh and depth, and was placed on a block of wood about a foot in thickness, so as to elevate it aboul thai height from the ground; several hooks and newspapers were deposited inside of it, in the manner in which Merchants and others would usually place them—a large quantity of light pine wood [Slahs from an adjoining Saw Mill,] was then placed around and above il, nnd Ihe fire kindled ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

LARD O1T,.—Tlia SSJMPer would most respectfully inform I be public WlSpSera that he has an article of ¦ 6Lra Oil of a superiorqualiiy^jiannfnemrefl at theClncin-I'llUII Manufactory.hy S.Hpe^ C'b^hlch Is warranted 10 t* equal,to the ben Spftm. Oil, lioth for Llelu and Machinery. This Oills entirely free from any glutinous Ballet,smoke, or unpleasant odor, and it Is as clear and *g white as spring water. Not a pnrilcJe of crusi Is left OB the wick. The li ght Is pure and brilliant, Md Will lasi as lon», if not longer, than that from art equal quantity of Sperm. Oil. The suhsciber informs iSepuhltethnt he has taken a place nearly opposite the Po«l Office, where he will Haht up several different lamps <lkc.7-eTentng.an4 he would respectfully inv|ie the In habitants of Pittsburgh, Allegheny.and Utelr vicinitv to call and Jtidse for Iliemsolpes. He feels confident " thej, will be convinced thai the above statement is perfectly correct, bill oruvo hundred individuals who hove trie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

J. K. Moorhead. O.B ^ Warnek. J. PawteiI, UNION COTTON FACTORY. Alleglie y City,at Ihe end of tlie upper tffidge. Tlte subscribers having commenced the iinnuiaclure of Cotton Yarns, Storking Yar.i,CoMon Twine, Candlewick, Carpet Chain, Batting, ^¦c . and are prepared tc fill orders ai the shortest notice. Having selected the latest and most improved machinery,and employed the manager who has attended lo ihe Hope Factory for ihe lasi five years, t(ley axe manufacturing a superior article. Cotton Warps made to order, Orders Uuuugli the Pittsburgh Po-l Office,or left at the store of J § O. Painter ^- Co., Lihrrly street; or Logan ^- Kennedy, Wood streei; wilt tnc(:i with prompt attention. Address—J. K. SIOORHEAD If CO. sep 12—ly 'J^O ir E\l ALES.—ThertMsa largsTcuxsTot KimiibIcs in A ihisCity who from their continued sitting, to which [heir occupc i ions oblige thein,a re affected ivitli costivenes? which gives rise to palpitation at the heart on the least election, sense of heavines...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

DR. SWAYNE'SSYEUPOF WILD CHERRY. We call the atlewllon of the public to the numerous certificates which have been in circulation in our paper And some others of this city, highly recommending Dr. Swavhk's Compound Byrup ol Wild Cherry.—We have seen the original certificates, and have no doubt but thev come from truly grateful hearts,expressive of thabenefits which they have received from tl.at valuable compound. We have acquaintances who have frequently osed the above medicine, who enn speak wilh confidence of Ub virtues.—Saturday Chronicle. F«L!.ow Citizens:—With sincerity I would advise yon, one and all, holh sick and well, always to have a bottle of Dr. Swaynk's Compound Syrupof Wild Cherry In your house—it Is Invaluable in cases of emergency, such as Spitting of Blood, Asthma, attacks of violent Coughing, which is often the cause of spitting of blooa, Violent Nervous Affections, which occasionally come from fright, and various other causes, producing great alarm, sudden cold6 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

fTNl*ERSlTY OF VIRGINIA—MEDICAL DE. *J ifcARTMENT The plan of instruction inthisde. j partmenl ofthe Universityjpresenis peculiarities not to he ' found in no other School of Mfidicinc in tlie{Union. The Lectures commence on Ihe first of October, and terminate on the 4tn of July ensuing. Owing lo Ihe lenglhof the session, which embraces n period of nine months, three Professors are enabled lo perform alUhe duties which in other medical institutions are ussally assigned to six;and the students are seldom requited lo attend more than two leotueson the same day. By this arrangement, the students have an oppor lunily ofheins welt grounded in Anulomy, Physiology, and other elementary branches of Medical Sclenre, liefore they investigate tlnir applications in connection with ihesludy of the praciice of Medicine and Snriery Immedialely before each leciure. the siudenlsare subjected to a full and and rigid examination on Ihe prececeding leciure,or on portions of approved text books. It is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

1 AMaBBgWARD cf CO,, Manufacturers of Wall ¦A^^^^^Bf o. IS If'ood Street, PittsburghPa.-— •dfl^HBp&n hand an extensive assortment of Satin I^^^HpT pIain PATER HANGINGS, Velvet and ¦HHSpBordere, of the la:osi style, and handsome IpKWtjls,for papering halls, parlors and chambers. ' £' ¦ 5'hey manufacture and have on hand at all limes—' .Printing. Writing, Letter, WraMing nnd Tea Paper.Bon net and Pullers' Boards—a '5|sK Jlic " ' htofl"et *° r sale on the most accoiriinoJatinO^K; and lo which they laVJte the01 lent 100 of merchant* and olhers. ALSO—Blank Books of all kinds and the best quality, School Books, etc. always on hand and for sale as above. ¦ ¦'ft. B. Rajsi nd TarttM-s* Scraps' Wlken In exchange. fKTBW HOT£I»^TIie subscriber respectfully in-JIt forms his old friends aud'the public that he lias • peowaTempernnce Iloiel.in 6flh Street, near the Ex-Bhange Bank, and In ibe house lately occupied by Matthew Pal rick, and has hoisted an(ron-5i gB,»>The Iron 43Jiy Uo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

A BOON TO THE HU*fAN R\CE!—"Discover ichol wtlt destroy Life, avd you are a great man. v< Discotcr wftattoHl prolong Life, and the Korld will call you Impostor." '• There arc faculties, bodily and intellectual, within us, icilh which crrt'iin herbs Jiave affinity, and over whioh they /tare power." Dr. B. Brandrelli's External Remedy, or Liniment, which, by Its extraordinary power*, absirncis Pain or Sorene.-s; Huts Sprains, Stiff Sinews, White Swellings, Rheumatic Pains, or PiifTness, Stiffness of the.Joints, Tumors. Unnatural Hardness, Fliff Neck Sore Throat, Croup, Contractions of the muscles, Scrofulous enlargements, Tender Feet, aud every description of injury affecting the F.xterior of the daman Frame, are cured or greatly relieved by his veaer-to be sufficiently extolled remedy, L'KRTinriTE.—The following teller from Major Gen erni Sandford, as 10 the qualities of the External Remedy, speaks volumes: New Yock, Feb. 9,1842. Dear Sir—Wi'tyoit oblige me with another hoti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

CiiieinniKt, February 15, 1H40-Dr. SwiisE—Dear ^if.- Permit u.clo lake tho llbrrly of writing to you at t'lis time to express my approbation, and tj rccommetut to the attention of heads of families and others your invaluable medicine—the Compound Syrup of Prunus ViTiiniann, or Wild Cherry Bark. In my travels of late I have seen in a 3»e:it many.instances the wonderful effects of your medicine in relieving children of very obstinate complaints, such as Coughing, Wheezing, ChoaUing of Plileum, Asihmatir attacks, ^-c. ¦Vc. 1 should not ' have written this letter, liowevet, at present, although I haveTe'i it my duty lo add my testi tnony lo il for some lime, had it not l>een for a late in. stance where the ntfHlicine ahove al/uded (o tvas wgi mmental in restoring to perfect health .in "only child," j whose case was almost hopeless, in a family of my ac. i quainiance. '•! thank Heaven," said i\ie doatin™ moih. it, "my child iss,ivrd from Hie jaws of dealbl O how I feared the rel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

VALUABLE £EAL ESTATE FOR S4LE — The subscriber offers for sale, at the present red'u red rates, the greater part' of his real esiaie, situate in the cities of Pittsburgh and- Allegheny, v\i; Tlitec of his Brick Warehouses, nearly new, a> ('substantially bul't, sHwaie on Market stTfei, heiween Second and Fiont.emhracitia a front of about 54 feet by 60 deep. For sale en tire, or separately lostiil purchasers, and upon long cre(* iis. Alsn, a select building (ot in Allegheny city, 64 feel In hreadth.bj upward oC 350 fcrt in depih, having two fronts, one on the Pennsylvania canal md the o'her on Washington street. Also, the lot adjoining the above, 100 feet In brendth by nearly 350 feet in depth, Including Ihe large and ele gant mansion house which 1 now occupy and outbuild ings. Also, a lot with two two story brick storehouses, sitn ate on the corner of Market and Front streets, subject to a moderate ground rent, and now occupied by Mr. flbyt asagroeery. ALEX. BUACKENR1DGE. se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

"i' t VANS* tiriSrBA^^^ TRAVELER9 TAKE ^T provided with the Safei. r ' bills pnmed will, a fi^o/ ^:^ Ail you are not deceived (,, „ f ,^ geiussiatlns their Boa.sto t' "„ H Guard, when ihey are.ot .J. ™ **] The following i, a |1S1 or ^™rfJ « ty.Cu.rdal the For. of vZ, ' ?* Orst on the list have the impj;* ' ^ apparat.is it is impossible for an *"^ SAVANNA, r "F n "^ RAR1TAN, nnv ^ i NIAGARA, L^N ORLEANS, ^B CANTON, ^31 LADY OF LYONS, »?%$ VALLEY FORGE, 3 FORT PITT, 3 BREAKWATER, OOT^? EXPRESS MAIL, m$* CASPIAN, E(xg WEST WIND. MinB MAIiQDETTE, usPficJ TALL KY RAND, nngA PANAMA . E 0M^3 CICERO, AG.V&. I SARAH AJtX, MESseJ narhaganseit, svratm AMARANTH, ORmd MUNGO PARK, OHIO NEPTUNE, CECILIA' ADELAIDE, J H Blii NORTH BEND, G.SLEMi Marietta, mentuJ Ti)e Iravplin* communiiy aieretprl before they make a choice ofa f'niit.tisJ and see whether il woulil not \ \>i and security to choose a r ^afrly Gmitj passage anti freight, in preference losvl against explosion—and Unit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

ALLEN KRAMER, Exchange Brol;cr, Jv'o. 46, Corner of Wood avd Third Streets, Pittsburgh Pa.— Gold, Silver, and Solvent Rank noles, Wougln and sold. Sight checks on the Eastern cilie-, for sale. Drafts, notes and hilts, collected". j references: Pittsburgh,Pa, Wm. Bell $ Co., John D. Davis, F f.orenz.J. Painter^- Co., Joseph Woodwell, James May Philadelphia, Alexander fironson 8; Co., Jolinll. Brown If Co. Cincinnati, O., James M'Candless. St. Louis, Mo., 1. R. M'Donald. Louisville, W. H. Pope, Es<\. Pres't Bank Kv. . sep 10 HjEMOVaI" —The undersigned liegsleaveloiiifurui the public, that he has removed from his old-stand, to the corn t of Penn ami St. ClaW s\s., opposivelhe.Ex change Hotel, where he has fined up a large I'iano Forte Wars Room, and now offers for sale the. most splendid assortnier.l of Pianos ever offered in this market. His rtianos consist, of different patterns, of superior Rose Wood and Mahogany, hentilifully finished and modried, and eousttut'ted througho...

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