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

Egtnr madb coemti wA&RBoyaB, *>«¦«* St, isw door. /ftt* »» V. S. *»*. »T» IVa-»•«•, 0W«rtclt*r, respectfully Inforras'the public thai he has removed bte ready JnaiSe eoffin warehouse to the wilding recently occupied by Mr. R. 0. Berford,direetiy Opposiletts old stand, where he U always prepared to atteitt promptly to any orders in his If he, and r>y strict attention to all thedewtlsorihehusrfnessof an Undertaker *frJiopesUM»errt public confidence. He will be prepared at A.U, boors (o provide Haarsef, Biers, Carrfoges and every reqalsite on (he mow liberal lei ms. Calls from the country will be promptly attended to. * Bit residence Is in the same building will] his ware house, where those who need hi» services mny find him at any time. RircuBxcci: , W.W.IRW1K, REV. J0B5 DOiCK.D- D. JCBOI EIDDLI, Ur, ROBIRT BRTJCK, O. B^ /D»0« MTT01I, REV. tXUVBI. WILLIAMS, »¦ W. B. K'CLORK, KBV. JOBBPH K»B», ISAAC HARRIS, R*V. JA*1!S «• DAVIS, sep 10 »*v.«. y.swirr. "-' fraa ®...

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

Warranted GENtnNE.-Dr. wiiuam i» Evnns's Camomile Pills. CgRTiftciTES.—Letter .from the Flon. Ab'h'm M'Cicl-Iiln,Sullivan County, East Tennessee, Slemherof Congress. ¦ f- Wasbisoton, July 3d, 1838. Sir—Since 1 have been in this city 1 have used some of your Dyspeptic medicine with infinite benefit and satis faction, and believe it to bea mast valuable remedy. One of my lonstltuenls . Dr. A. Carden, of Campbell county, TenneoBFo. wrote to me lo send him some- which I did, and helms mployed it very successfully in Ms practice, andeayslt is Invaluable. Mr. Johnson,your agent at this place, » thinks you would probably aklke an agent In Tennessee. If so, t would recommend Dr. A Carden, as a proper person U officiate forthe sale of your celebrated medicine. Should you commission him he is willing to act for you. You can send the medicine by waler Jo the care of Robert King & Sons, Knoxyllle eounly. Tennes. see, or by tend to Graham If Houston, Tausvell, East Tennessee. I have no...

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

11|7ASHkB^GTON IIAILL.-Tirc subscriber has 0m opened (fife lale residence or James Admns, F.sq., deceased. Cor the reception of visitors and hoarders; In* house is very plrasan'ly situated on (he bank of (he 0Mo, 2 miles from the city—possessing all tlte delight. 181 accompaniments of a coiiniry resilience, without fating^ loo far distant for persons doing business iu the el)y-< : Visitors\vill be furnished wttli every delicacy of the.?»e»son. , AnOmnihns runs regularly every hour f r the A lie ' . ghenyend of Ihe Bridie. ' .If. B No Alcoholic beverages kept. jseplO WM. C. BERN. ¦ra tTTSBmtGH ClJTLERYrnnn^Tur^aTTn " . JE- suumeni Manufactory —The Subscriber mauulac. tores atid keeps constantly on .hand, every description of Cutlery, 8ur«lcala«d Dental Instrument?; Tailors, Hair Dress r«,and Hatters' Paient Shears, Saddlers' tools, ^-c. All goods mnnufnefured of the best materials * and all ordersalirr.dcd to wlih the greatest detpatch, 31 1 lie lowest Ca3h prices. Jobbing i...

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

PILES cured hy the t sr of Dr. Harlir.h's ("ompound Strengthening and German Aperient PiKs Dr.Harlicb —Dear Sir—Shortly after I received the Agency fiom yuu for the sale of your medicine, I formed an acqnainfanfc wi;h a lady of this place, who was severely afflicted wilh the Piles. For tight or t.'n years this lady^waa suhjec't to frrquent painful attacks, and her phyjsicfa ' S^coneldefe.d her c.ise so complicated, that he very seldom prescribed medicine for her. Through my persttasion, shecotnmencen using your Pi!!p,nntt was perfectly cured. Yours, ^-c. JAMES R.KIRBY October 3, 1840. Chamberslms, Pa. (J3"Office and General Depot, No. 19, North Eighth Street, Philadelphia. And by Samuel Frew, corn«r of Liberty and Wood streets Pittsburgh. sep 10 INTER ESTING CUREperformed byDr.Suayne's Compound Syrup of Prunus Virgiviana, or Wild Cherry. [laving made use of this Invaluable Syrup in my family, which entirely cared my child. The symptoms were wheezing and choking of plilegm, difficu...

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

SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS! SITRfJKTAL INSrriUMB.N'IV. ' -T. McCarthy, Cutler aud Surgiral j Instrument Maker. Third street, nearly opposite the Post Ojficc. Pitttburgh ' (SIGN OF T11F, GOLDEN SHEARS.^ , riiysician^. Dentists and Dru?gi<ls can have their insiriiinenis madeby Hie subscritet of a superior quality and at F,:tslern prires. Tailors' Patent Shears and Srissors always on hand. I also Hatters: ^'he. 'irs. a superior article. Orders respect fully solicited. N. B. Allurtirli's warranted of I lip best quality.and jObLit\2 done n« iwuM sep 10 LIVER COMPLAINT.—This! disease ofien termln;)trsin ano'lipr of a mure serion3 nalure, if pro. per rrniedies are not re=ioiied lo in lime. In ali forms of ihis disease, Dr. ihtMicli's Compound Strpngllteuinn and Gorman Aperietit pill?, will perform a perfect cure —fust by clennsin'j vl>e svomaeh anil liowt'is, thus rrmovine all diseases froni ihe Liver, hy the use of tliofierman AnerienV I'.Hs, after whi^h the Compound Strenglheni...

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

JOHN HART, Commission MntkiWt duce and American .MatiN/octnrn.SH Rj-FEn JO— H Jno. Grier, Esq., Pillshnr?h. H9 Aaron Hart, -- ^M James Cnchran of R'd. ¦ ' Hj Jno. D. Davis, " HB M'Vay tc Hanna, " ^ Avery, Ogden tf Co. " l£$ Jno. Woodiiourne, Es<i , llaJison. ^H VALUABLE PAUM I^mTsMX-M Farm on which 1 live, in WilkHJH Braridocksfield, coi!tainii:L' onp ijnndrr^HH acres; about 70 acres of wliicli isclf.i'fi^H well timbered. There sie »v"» " 4 and a harn63feel l»y . -,' ¦/, ¦ m »w<* °nt *t^^ A Iso, about seven I v acres of rnnl. Tl>e ifl be rqaallo that ol any upland tarn i'JB Terms made known on a!w««ii"nioil'« ^ in I be premises. WILU AM XV ^M WILLIAM C. WALL, P!<u* "<]U and Picture Frame M^^M Fourth Sireet Pittsburgh- -Can "S j H 3-c.,for Artists, alwavs on hand. ."""M promptly framed lo onlti- Revai"»!TB esl notice. ,9B ' ¦ Particular attention pud "> re;iidni, "M j ery descrip'ion. k»-JH j Persons fit tin" up 5y*aro DcMiso™"*™ Ihcirailva...

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

1 *1 p? IIBLS. WHITE LIME, a superior article, for XlO sale by J. G. S; A. GORDON, sep 13 No. 12 Waterstreet. VAilETY.-Just received from New.York, 3000 Temperance Almanacs for 1843; 5000 copies of the Journal of the American Temneranre Union and Youth1 ** Temperance Advocate for September. Also, 2000 Christian Almanacs, and a good assortment of Looinis'd Magaztneand Piltsbajgh, and the Franklin Magazine and Common Almnnars for 1143; by the gross, dozen or single; 250 copies of Grant's New PiUslnirgli and Allegheny Business Dirctory and Strangers Guide, for 6J (cents. Also, Couaje, Family, School and Pocket BiWes ami T«sta. mer.tp, David's Psalms; Mttiiodisl and Temperance Hymn Rook-; the beauties ortlatniony, (ulroiluctitfu to Sacred Musir:: Mason's flarp with round and patent notes; Chri--t. fiArn,and almost all kinds ofSchnoi ' Books; Gtmn's Dointj=ric '/edirine; Day Books nnd Ledgers; VVril ing. Letter, and Wrapping l'aper;h!ue hlack, and red ink, by the gross, dozon.or hot It...

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

LADIES FASHIONABLE PHO«1 Fifth St.,oneioorfrstm O!d SI« 'V The Subscriber respecilolly f""S PiiisburEh anil vicinity 'h"1 "' M lollina Shoes of his own manufaco'^a where he will keen consctnt'f »» "9 ment of all kinds of ladie'.roi*" : 'J and shoes.ofthe ikrst quality. *r M cestosuit the times He "'"" kinds or fancy - a » ' ¦ sltnpprs, colored psiters, nnn bo™**M children's cllslers, silk gaiters, J'-" * will be mnde si the shonest noti«- 3 ner. Ladles will plesse call and '^M as the subscriber feels confident i» "a any they <" ) ¦ sep-10 .., . ¦ P. S. Don't forget the P la"~~ ^M door from Harris* Intelligence "» . ¦ WILL TAM DlGBr havin? »*a business ofDiBi.v*Hcri«*a Liherty street and 43 Market *«»M thanks to Ihe nomeroos frienis a" fl firm, for the very libera l snpimf; 'r W tended lo him, in connection. •'JM wishes to assore them na' tn'r' m merit Iheconiinuationoftne53 ^(|!H Mcifudy invite their aii*nlio»> l ( M CTothlne, which he >n'e»<ls *f"l °'A...

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

WM. BID1>LE, Surgeon Dentist, has returned to his old stand. No. IO7Smithfleld Street, Where ue can be consulted any hour during the day, R&KtJBBB ljr George Armor, Merchant Tailor, r^fl^announces to bis frteuds and pa-.fron*, tb^^^HR-rcr.iove<l his establishment from his °!4'W«"wHBjP 1 'r '' street, lo the corner of Frttat and B»llh5elo^r^Tlie basement story of Ihe Monongnhelu Hoqse; where be intends keeping on hand a genera) as. soumentof Fashionable Goods , suitable forOenlleincn's wear. , ¦Ha hopes, by close aprilicalion, to merit a share ofthe business so llherally extended to hiin ai his old stand. N. R Having marie nrrnnsemenis in New York and PJiitadpliihia, with 1 lie most Fashionable Tailors, for the reception of Paris nnd London Fashions, customers may rely on having their orders executed according to the latest style.. GEORGE AK.MOR. sept IP' - g: -MM

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

Secretart's Offic:b, > Harrlshurgh, Ausu-'l 24lh,1842.l SALE OFTHECANALS AND RAIL ROADS BELONCING TO TUE STATE Noiice Is hereby given that In pursuance of the seventeenth, eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth Sections of the Act of Assembly passed (he 27in day of July, 1342, proposals will l>e recei ved at the State Department until the lasl'day of November next, for the sale uf all and each of the Canals and Bail Roads belonging to Ihe Commonwealth, for which Stnie , Siock,nt par value, will be received In payment. Bach Individual or Company is required, specifically, to stale, the particular line of Canal or Rail Road which they deulreto purchase, Uie amuuntof their tespective bids therefor, the given and surnames of all concerned in Ihe offer, (ejether wilh their place or places of residence In ordec that (be satna may be laid before tin rr xi Leglsalure. The proposals must be sea led; op anif directed to (he Secretary of Commonwealth wilh an ' endorsement oh the ...

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

TO THOSE VVBO8B OCCUPATIONS TEND TO PRODUCE ORAGCRAVATE DISEASE.—This class of individuals is very numerous. They are those who work in an unhealthy atmosphere. Printers, workmen In feather stores, stone cullers, bakers, white lead manufacturers, are all marc or less subject to disease according to thestrength of their constitution, The only method to prevent disease, is the occasional use of a medicine which abstracts from the circulation alldelelerious humors, ana expels, them by ihe bowels. Tomes In any form are Injurious, as they only >it off the evil day to make it more fatal. The use of Brandreth's Pills will insure health, because they lake a|| impure matter out of the blood; and the body (g not weakened oa( slren«lfienedby their operation; fur these valuable Pills do not force, but they assist nature, and are not opposed, bat harmonize frith )>er. Sold at Dr. Brandreth'i Office, No. 98 Wood street, Plti-hurgn. Price 35 cents per box, with full directions. MAS...

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

PAPER WAUEIIOUSIv.-llaiiM tt^H Manufacturers, Steu^enville.nift^H ( unity of luakln^.known to lite nuiiil: if^B opened a,paper warehouse in Tilt*!urgt ,^^ No. 104, three doovs somli of FWh n.,^M Iheir paper; where they will keep rotisis^H general supply of pttjier, consisting of^rt^H prhili!!^ , letter, lea arid wall p:tp«, sd^v^H and fullers hoards. ^H In ronncction wilii which Ihp? svilt l^^^l of blank hooks and school hookt. ^H Likewise, an extensiveassotiiimt ofFIi^B All ofwhich . will be sold loir foi cish, «^B ra?s and tnnners'scraps. ^H Orders ndrfressrrd tn them at SWwi^H Anent in Pittsburgh. Ff. K. KcynoUUnH >izp. or quality of imper, wilt he nrory«iBi U.K. Reynolds Is fully empowerfn^H contracts In the management of Uicir-SJ TtlOM I^S sep 10 lAMEaH FLAX SEED W.IX-TF.D.-W w^M cash orgoods, a quantity of FUiihS Alinost all kinds of Country Produce ;^S for cast! or soods at HARRIS'S in : rMM sep 21—if Commission WnrrlionJH

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

Da , WILLIAM EVANS'S SOOTHING SYRUP .— This Infallible remedy Was preserved hundreds wben thought past recovery, from convulsions. As soon us the Syrnnla tubbed on thi ium-j, the child willreccv. er. This preparation Is so Innocent,so efficacious, and so ple%sft«t,lhat noehilil will refuse to let Iw ?umsbe rubbed with il. When infantsare at the age oUaar months, tho'there Is no appearance of teeth, ODe-SoUle of the Syrop gaoald he Dsed to open the pores. Parents should never hewilhouttke syrup in the nursery where there are young children, for if * child w»fce» ia the oijht with pain In Ui« gums, th^Syrup immediately gives ease, by opening the pores, and keallngthe gums; thereby prevent-J*| Conrtjiorn, Peters. Src, For Sate Wbote^le and «»(Mii>r . B. E,8Bl,tSa8, Agents •ep 10,> No. 20, VTe«d iirteljtetefr Bewitd,

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

W>&Bt SALE.-*) M Kentucky Segars, 80 wooden W bowl* attotted sizes. 4B»4ose<i 810,1012, 10)4 window sash. M'Sumrof Wriiin-, letter,and wrapping paver. H» Jtl«e» neper hangings, border, $ e. BOO boxes wafers, 20 kets while lead. 30 boxes end lbs. of Cotton Ball. 30 boxes M««« . 34 quality of Bailing. 20 dot chip hats and ' .orn br^orrn. 60 naeka«es ?amlly medicines atsorted^- All otfirtett will be *o>4 on accommodating termt oreM%%rOdace,anrf Illinois, Ohio,Pennsylvania, and *Mtift Mntcnrieai bjiak aotea taken ia payment ob the ¦tlswWte ierms> ISAAC HAH&J6, ^ ' ' a«cat.*o4Oom«iis«K>B WeircimiMi. .mil ~ ¦ - ' fft»«,FWft itreet

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

LIVER COM I'LA I NT cured by the use cf Dr. Harwell's compound Strengthen!!!:; and Aperient Pills. Mr. Win. Richards, of Pittsburgh, Pa,, entirely cured of the ahovedistresslnj disease Ilia symptoms were pain nnd weight in the iefl side, loss of appetite, vomitinc, acid rruclalions, a flisicnsion of Ilie slonv.ich. sick Uean-ache, furred tongue, counteJiance clianjied lo a citron color, difficulty of breathing, disturbed rest, attended with a cough, 2real dehillly. with other symptoms indicating sreat derangement of tin; functions of Ihe liver. Mr. Richards had the advice of several phys-xians, but received no relief, unlil usin? Dr. ll.irlich's Medicine, which lerminn. led in erTectina a pe-feet cure. Principal Office, 19 North Rijbih Pireel, Philndelphi.i. For sale in Pittshurgh hy Snmutl Frew, corner of Ltbur ly and Wood streets. sep 10

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

ffiOFriN WAREHOUSE— Jfo, 79, Fourti \^ Street, Between Wood and Smithfield sts. Two doors from the corner of Wood sireet. Con. stanlly on hand an assortment of 100 ready made COFFINS, of every size and description; covered ones, with Cloth: Mahogany, Cherry, Black Walnut, Poplar, and Pine Coffins. ALSO, Plates neatly engraved; Hearses and Carriages furnhhed; Gtnves procured; and all services rendered Hint Mends may requjje. A credit given in all cases, either of coffins or carriages, requested. HENRY BEARES, UndertakerseplO

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

1^TE; EW ESTABLISHMENT.—lohn JDuvlap, Mann-X\'facturerofTin, Copper,and Sfleet Iran Warc,<mi Dealer in Japaned fV&re. No, 26, Market Street, (Sign of the C»#« P«0- , Also keeps on hand Portable Tepid Bathe; Slipper and ! Shower do.; Bright or Planished Coffce and Tea UrnB Coffee Filters; Plate Warmers, Sfc, %Ci Russia I rooSquare Slide Femters, plain and beautifully ornamented, which he will sell on reasonable terms, wholesale and retail. The puhlir.areTr-spectfuily requested to call asd examine his slock of ware. Ifj -llighest price paid fir old metals., sep 10 JOHN DUNLAP.

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

SAMtTbL MORROW. Jf«»W ,0 4r Skut iron Ware, ^^, Wooi <nd Market Str'^'ift- ' In his Hne a' '•>« **" >rles Jini& and others are solicited i°f"$&-of wires, Which wllJte *014 "^ , Bl S^»«.»s ^^«ft ^ sep 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 28 September 1842

Db. &mmiBUTr ,TmrnaT1o*ceim smu* field, tttvceu Secni and Tkiri Sit., sep 10 ^_ ^yisnuajae. J OHSSTOS ^ STOCKTON,Book?eUe t».tJJtgSJ gy ¦) Paper Haunfaciorerr. Ko. 37. M»rketJj(rfaM^^ OBN ANDERSON, Smlthfieif FeWry/WijiipC Bear the Hoaongabela dome, Pittslatift. aepfB^ly LEONARD S. JOHNS, Alderioao.St.Clair street,second door from Liberty. *e p 10—ly DE. S. E. HOLM ES, Office in Second street, »ext door to Malyasy St Co's Glass Warehouse sep 10-ly 8BUSK 0/ FISOLAT. Attorneys at Law, 'FoarthSt., near ihe Mayor's Office; Plttsbnrgb. »P "10-ly TfiOS. HAMILTON. Attorney at Law, Fifth,hetweea Wood and gmitlifield sU- Prtlshnnfa. se ajjj^rT^g HUGH TOSEB. Attorney at Law, North EasttOrter, of SmithfiBld and Fourth streels. s*n.lftr-^ly THOKTfO" HiKKt ixttXS tOtXi^ HANSA 4- TUR.NBULL- S Paper Warehoose, %p, 104. Wood st., where may be had a genera! soprity of writing wrappins. printing, wall paper, bfcink books, school books, $c, 4> c. sep 10—ly RC. TOWN^END - CO.. Wire W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 28 September 1842

*' TAHBSA. VgAZtOT. ttrmmrdimg mU Oummi* «f JtrixkMKt. Afmt tat Shssaikaat ClereiaBd sad remMqrHwHaaMiOMa Use.. B*vi»j (wtcdffte waffiv «aaae (brseift oecaptelby JBnajagbaia *, Ca« »%, Bff W^ «rr£ f^« W,i4«f ££a** ,. P« J~- »o««eJ««J**»V«« v8 * ta^a«#i^ »l»«C*#W llt^i^hbr^,^..;*^*!^^!^)* £ ,^,u |P*J^MP*^»''f" M^^^W if-i JJ- ¦ 11 iuu _, -*n ^^SB&i^S"^-*''*^ -3r" "" - - ¦ " " ¦^s " -'H From ibe N. T.Ualoa. Sister Brtm Oenuuiy. Seeing that Judge Noah is in the fieU: ooce more .i; wrote a few lines aboatlhug* in Getmaaf, which he mi* or jlMpw think worth while publishing in his net* journal—to which 1 hsailily *«uh«UpMat* ble«M»e««- . - • ¦ " - It is one &brD(ired in the shade! Prettjweather fo^skeping, as we do here, mtli ¦ a feather bed over us well as Under j0tvt . What a harvest is there here—what j; year for the vintage—what a season foe? suosbine and earthquakes. But don'tmriatfthem, for we have a great deal to diacon respecting politics. Here, without fiuthar,...

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