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

I fcjBLISHED Br tlPS & W- »• SMITH ' ¦ b OF WOOD t; FTFTH Sts. ____ DOLLARS » rear, paytble to ___L, TWO CENTS-for sale al the ¦THd by News Boy^ m" By and JfaHBfaclnrer KLT, at ibe s»ine office,on a djuble r-nV0 DOLLARS a year, in ad-Epies. SIX CENTS. U of Advertising. JOF TWELVE L.IKFS OU LESS: f 0.50 i One month, $.; ..00 [ 0.55 Twomontr, H.00 [ 1,00 Three months, 7.00 [ 1.50 Four mon'hs, 8.W( f 3.00 Six months, 1H.00 [ 4.00 One year, 15,00 LY ADVEETI9EMESTS. totAEir it pi*_scbi. I True Sfuare». lfiS.00 ?ii months, $23.00 I 25.00 One year. 35,00 ¦ BrwDi'n's n proronion. lines ?u Dollies a year. FcToTf ices,&g. jci Third he-«ren Market and Wood Blc. Postma'=i>-r Water. 4ib iln(>r from Wood 6t. Peler-Ikr Jolin Willock. Collecinr. ^feVood Iwtwr en First uud Second H^triim. Treasurer. ^k Third street. neJ' door to tlie ^Harch— . *• !! • Johnston, Treasurer. ___KrlJi, l-eiween MarJiei and Wood ^K . Mayor. ^Hi oi. Foilnh. near Markctst. H^ BANKS Kg Mark...

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

T|%a. GOOOE<g Ccietntrf FemUe POU. TSxm ^^. ™M *n *™S*?Tttammtai*i io lHeDo»ice of tasfedln »« safe a-Bd effleie»t remedy bi renwwiB those complain tftsecatiar to tsetr sex. fnm wast of cz-%%!&! *? ^neral debility of <hc syslcoi. Tney obviate eSo|Heoe?E, and comnteraet all Byd«tn%araM Nervous affections: These PUte have gain«d tke aactioa and approbation of the moat eminent Physicians iailieUaite4*ate»,aBa maay ¦otixre. Fornle Wketesaie and Rd. all.br R.E. SELLERS, Asenu »p 10 -No. 20. Wood Sireet .iielow Second. V*/ M. AOAIR, Bait axrf Shoe Maker, Uteri* « *# t>pr*i*»lue,e*d.f SaUkpld St., Pilt>i*rgk. — T»N^soJecrther laving Viagbt ont the stock of tlie lataf Thomas Raflerty, deceased, has commenced basinats ia the aid aUnJ of Mr; B ^ and is prepared to execate all descripUoBs of work ia his line, in the heat manoec andoatheshonntnoticr;. Be keeps eorst utly on haiMf a ta^je aasortmenl ofsboe findings of all descriptions and or the best qaaiity...

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

THEUTEKAW PWt. ' Fortb«Miiu»i *aaf " Wt* Leanwdnr. ^ *» sxnafoix. - - Tkadbeation forms the mind ' * Mf^1 * tasfht tbe htfaiaeUriali fcsmvnitveairwstfaafeswra/iap^ . . ToswakstbeeosaeaSaw; ^'J&'" ' ( And aort bit carte,or take a boat 'Midst alphabets without «ft oat; Sabtnct, divide, and add br rale. As any two feg'd' tor at aebool. Which has anaat brains, the pi^ at~t%*m\ Who show* the beast, solve best wK« eat* One thinp ia certain, well are know The pig' j the Lum •/ ti» «*•». Turn ap hit bom at StiUboase tas% " ~ 7X. A«d roots up feUatf.Vteadlors/ruba; ^ Abaostto* gatin^e for th« temp Of leaning, oh tha mncj seamfi And wisely seek* lo sate bia bread By exereiae of saootaad head; PrittU* ap lor io»« of matftraon Shows his tricks worth more Um f^ssisMS^ So sa res his baton aad his lard fig pUvinf weU his master' * esxd. The raarai thea of Ibis fs slain, ^ ? pruntlinj can improve bia braia; AM Uiottgd a *ilkai pur** , 'Us said . Or a SoV» «»/ caaoot he made . Yet Fijt...

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

CAN NON, SHOT AND SHELLS Baucor Oani ' irises * m» HruEooiipnT, 3d September, 1842. SeatetfProposaJs wiiliiereeeired at this Earoan until 3 © •cioct .P. M_of the 15lb October neit, for fdrnis*in; and delivering, in the proportions and at tlwjrlnces herein desiptalpd, the following nnmlvr and description for CannorCStiol and Sliellg.fcr the NavaJ Service nf thi" United §tale»,vii: THiirty-eight inth Paixhan cons, of "¦"¦l.desii.iiaiiii, Bnt.uty UJIt-tv-iwoptnnineTruBf or 41 ewt. nnd np»anfj>, the precise we'shl of each to he dc. lerrnined hereafter. Five hundred eiffht inch shells; Three hundred eight inch solid ghot and Peven tnoosand thirty-two nonndf r snot. Deliverable at follows: 10*iglitin. Palihan gnns " "1 DelireraHe at 200 etelit in. shells . - j Backed's OartOOefebt in. solid shot J^ bor, ff- r., on 20 thirty two nannder s^ins J or hefore the 1500 thirty-two iwonder shot J !5lh May nelt 10 et^l't in. Pairhan ^ans ^ OtMreraWe nt I50ei ? l»l in. shells I Buffalo N. T...

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

¦gf^ F1TTSBCBGH * CLEVELAND __—___-** , IjI A E» ¦LM.JJC ' -B jfcfi E-=n "=' * " PACKET MICHIGAN, C$-__g'3^_ ~! IT. B. BOIES, Master. RUNS daily ( Sundays eicepled.) between I'lTTS. BURGH \ BEAVER, leavin- Bearer at 8 A. M. and Pittsburgh al 2 P. M. proviitd Kith Evans' * Saft ly Guard to prrve" Expiation of Boiler*. This splendid and fast waning Steam Boat hasjost oeen cotnple: ed eipressly for this trade, and ibiis in onnecltoti with CL.J3RKE I t Cr's Pittsburgh and Cleveland Line of FBEIGBTJUfD PJISSJiOE BOJITS, daily t» Cleveland. Ohio. Or down the Ohio canal to Waasilon, i,-e. and Erie Ex. tension Line to Greenville. Tbe Cana* Boats of this Line are towed to and from Pittsburgh direct, and the basinets condactcd <n the mo^l prompt ami economical system. Having a conoection with the Pennsylvania Canal Lines to Philadelphia and Baltimore, and Steamtoats running down the Ohio river; also, llirou;h oar Agents at Cleveland, with C. M. Rerd's Steamboats and several Lake Vess...

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

MM MOKNIIVG POST, nreESahstribers toTi^ JBtfc anttitgf aaU MMaspt J ine Aawrtcan Uaaa&ciafeTaadnusaarKBltcreary into one Jmraafc aa^ftMcladea to naalbsa a aaq» paper With toe title oftbe Anly Mtmag Put. Tbe leatfte; object atUne-fun " will he tftea'teesrinatteBa»dirfeace ofUwpolWcaJ ariaclsla that haw heretofore bra maiatsiaed by the Editors, la their respective men,aadtaeiT best effoiu will still te devoted to ibe l«««»e^4riaaccas of those aWttaaa. ' t&Q-WBd* l«o«Ue», the aaper win ha tooioo ? hly ^SBS"** * j« »l* EdKow hope, bychria* aa bonrst, ***** WS** of pasalag PolWeal events, RoreUa art d*«*s^Ia*«Uit«BCC .aB4 Mer noUe^ of at , oatten and ocenrmees that coaae properly within the sobere efaPaMieJsarMl,ta a>ake their paper »a«5cie«Hy fa ^^S.itm^ *t »Jhe|W r»aag» ortbe paWIe, jr re»pe«r^«||at^«l»Bisatalh>Bs. In a*«ifea ^ h> *«aa|ttea? and eeaeral news that will be fonad tatibe ^A ^^nt ^ ^ EiUer? „,„ute pains ta fltraish tbe nosiaesas en...

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

DR. J. WESTO!TS Vegetable Expectorant Syrop.an infallilile cure for whooping epo^h. Tun dnease is mostly confined to children, and is attended wltb a suffocating cough, vti a deepsurillsoand, calteda whoop; it comes on with difficult breathing, thirst, boarsenesf and congb, with difficnlt expectoration; Tbe violent exer lions in coughing bloat the f»ee, which turns parp»e,and the eyes swell and become prominent. ConEOmplion often dates its origin from this disease, which has hilberto ba/Urd the skill pf tin- most- able ehy sicians. but now by rMs simpU vegefthie meaklne this disJtCTsipe and freqaently destroctive disorder ean be cured in a few days. Thousands have jiven it a trial and io no chcwhere osed according to the direction has H failsd,-JrssBiitK«ihe viscid matter and Biasing it easily erppctorated without nw* violent stndni nf «Is inrariabryexperieseed by little offerers by every soode of treatment that has keen reeoausended. Cou;ha.cotd<,eoasoarptlo«, a«h»i, l[t.....

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

rr\O THE WISE-—His now well understood how 3. much disorders of I he miad depend for their cure apona line attention totbe body. It it cow understood how valuable is that medicine which will remove morbid accumulations without weakening tlie bodily power. It is now ondarstood that there s a reciprocal iniSaeaee be. t ween the. mind and Ihe body. It is now ondenrtood that fiDrging with the Brandreth Pills will remove a melaucholV.and even insanity is cored by nerseveringly uiin« them: It is now understood how aiueb domestic happiness dependsason U>e heaUby coo^iiionof the digestive, organs. It fsnow well known that Ihe Brandreth Prrte Itave cared tboasandrof hepeless and beintes person?, even When the first physicians bad pronounced them beyond all human means of relief. It is now not only well known that the Brandreth Pills so care, hot il is also understood haw Uiey care; (hat it is by liicir parifyingsSect on tbe hlood f hit they restore tbe body to health. Tim valaenf th...

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

JOHN B. GUTHEIE, Auctioneer and Commis sion Merdianl.A"o.l06,c»r»rr(?/ Wood % Fiftk sis. Pitttourgi: Havinc lieenappoinied one of (he .Auctione^rsfoi the City of Pilsinirih. tenden his services to johbers, roanuracHirprp and dealers, who may be disposed to make trial of ibis market- Be U prepared to make advances on consignments of all saleable commodities, and lro£t*lo satisfy eorrespondeats by quick sales, and mpeeif |8od favorable retoras. That the various interests which may be confidai "> him, siiall be adequately protected, he brings to tbtlM of his own experience in business and acquaintance with merchandize generally, Ibe services of Mr. Si«cu-FiH*r5T0CK; berelofore ndvanta;eoasiy known, as an importer and dealer in Hardware and Cutlery, with wliom a permanent engagement is made. Befeb to I Messrs. M. Tierosn, Presi. orM. f M. ^ " Bask- ] " fetrlinjton I; r«ble», | •«?' :^»berlGal»ay, 1 •• James M. Cooper, I James May, J R.M. Riddle, > Pittsborg h Wm Robinson...

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

OLf> ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT OFFICE, NO. 61 BOOTH STREET, NEW TORK. Jfem Tfrkmnd Liverpool Cntmereiot Line of Pmekelt, Smihng Wenklf.— The Subscriber wottId rejpeetfully inform sacn perrons residing in lni« conntry a» are deslroas for sending for ilwirfriends to cone oat from Ute old country, that he continues as nsual to make engagements by which nassen^rs are broujbt-oot r* very awderat* terms, in First Cla.9 Shipj, sailint from Liverpool weekly, and won Id assure perrons desirous of coming by I he above Line, that as agents of first respectability an enraged at Liverpool, tbere will be no detention wbalero »l »bat point, ' ¦ ' : i ae is also prepared al all limes so farnisb flight Drafts for any amount to assist in preparing passesseis for tbe voyage, payable tor—vboat the United Kingdom. *rd in case ibe parlies agreed for should decline romin; oat, the nassa-e money shall be refunded whhotrt redaction. For furtherfiarticolarsafiplv it by letter to JOHN HBRDMAN, No. 61...

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

1 8 4 2 ^¦M^_ Pittsburgh ami Jtecae* Ffiet. ' '4£\__3tRik ' . Susmttot . ;,TT^^^r. ~ "'' VEJUPHILL, Mtlnr, irJAS comnianced tJerrigolar trip?, and nrtf niadai. ' MjL ; ly (Sundays eicetfJed.) Leaves Beaver at 8 0* clock A.K, leaves Pittsburgh at 3 o'clock P. If. co»- nects at Bearer with the Penntyhuania and Ohi* Idas of jFreifJrt aodjkeket Canal boats between Seater, and Ctevelana'OhwJaiufGreenTiile, Pennsylvania. Leaves Beaver daily atjg o'cloek P. M. This line connects with twpdiiiy liies on the Penrsylvania canal to Philadelphia, aad wilhlne New York and Ohio line on the Erie eaaal, and New York and Ohio line and Ohio canal, ai. SQwitn . sle^m fre>gbt and passage boats, brigs and scbiioner?, on the Lakes. Tbe proprietors of this well fc(itrt»n line will beiirepared on the opening of naviga tion to transport merchandize to soy of the interoiedl »le port son the Fennsylvania and Ohio, aad Ohio eaa^rKUiany port en Lake Erie, and tbe Upper Lakes;lo and-from New York Cit...

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

r*REATS*LBOFPENNSYLVANM LHKD8, *t, VX BY AUCTION. —Will be sold fay Public Auction, without reserve, for cash, to close the concern, at Toe Hail of tbe MarlborontbChapel.in Boston, on Tnesday. ihefourtv day of October next, commencin; at nine of tbe clock in the forenoon. All the property of tbe United 8tates Land Company consist inj of about 140.000 Acres of gaot and wet! watered Fnnolrar and Grazins and very valuable Timber Land, lyinf in Jefferson. NcKean and Clearfield conntles, in tbe State of Pennsylvania—on parts of which there is abundance of Coal. Lime and Iron Ore, and many Mill reals; And of Claims against sundry persons for land sold lying; in said counties, that are considered good. And or Stock and Tools on a Fjrm in the townjnlp or Bradford, jo tha county of McKeap. ta said Stale of PertngFrr^iira The land will be sold in lots lo salt purchaser*, con t.-iiniot; from ahont 120 to 5000 acres. Further particulars will he made known at tbe sate.or on >~{airy of t...

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

DE , J?BiTn|BnT«, Seipeetlallylafiira. the Ot ww*f«««sfca^an< -rlela lly,Oi*t»eba.rei»r»r ea - w the«*r. vtfesiMSSsW stare the «»«**«*«• former patrons aad th» pabSe coenltv; aad soSeWj renewal of a pwtlon of their patronage. Ia eoaaexte he woBMjrfserv^tha* »he«peral»a af UUwtrtl . tr, t* breafcinctl*tJ»«l»eJ«U» M»*l«aa4 allowi«|Mojs Of Witt ihe arine,) is every where ""¦ "*g't yy. »tlataVe «t: Heboan toextaadttMilnseCl ***"•*** .rBia ' sfolrMiae lathe aflktea. SWctareavntaeaw* •* * me Btodder —d KioaeyJ^-wMeb oceasioaafly foltoavwHlhk»wrsei»«*»« a|i«Btkm. * . Thow ft$m « Mtmatp-miMt «ttrtlT-ytw»a ««¦» WU. ypplyy—.tf gf^ hy ^'JSL^SrSS «i i iiannJitrt nrnif -——-r *- a *tSH*f P»rt «r»l»r* xj,mTmtt%«mwm**r?*****«****- *» v1* _. K JX J^J^^ZS^^SS SSgSSSI^S^S^ SalelTKa^ aW^slS

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

H H1GBT—A' "- 121. Comer of lYooimd frmt . Streets, Pitisbi.rgk, has on hand a complete assortmemof Qnrrnswnro raited to Has eHy or country Hade. Also, a choice selection of pore while and gold band DINING AU'DTEAWARE, in large or small sets, or separate pieres to suit pnrchasers. A casli of 46, GO, or 84 piece sets, superbly painted and tilt English China Teaware.nt very low prices. Toy Tcaware. plain, and rich painted and gilt, from * .«*» ^5sed-j>c«-e«=t Children' * Muss of every description . White China Sbavins Mass. Granite Dining ai d Tea Services, in nliite am) with splendid American scenery printed in bin* and hlack. A lar-e variety of Steamboat Dicing and EreakfaH Self, imported lo match, complete, ^ Fire Proof stone kiting plates and dishes, from the Derby;!;:™ Tutteries. Flint and Green Glass, in all their varieties. Window Glass, of evrry size. Paien' Buckets, Tabs and Kcelers. f lone Pipe Heads, ^c 4'c - ^"f ¦ All of which are respectfully offered to the p»h. ...

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

DAVin CLARK. .»? ' * . r%shicnable Boot Maker — rias removed lo No, 34 Market street, between Second and Third streets, where he woo'd be ha|ipy to see bis old customers, and all others who feel dispos. ed to patrnnize him. I?e nses nothin* hut first rate stork, and employs the best of workmen; and as he £ivre Ins constant personal attention lobnsiness, he truststba! he wilt deserve and receive a fair share of patronage. ir-piO FRUITS , ICECREAM. 4- COSFECT1OSARY.— A Rnnfcer respectfully informs his friendsand th ' e pablic that they can always find ihe best qnaliiy of Ice Creams, together with aK kinds of eonfpeiionarv and fruits, in their season, at his establisfamebt No. 11, Fiftfl street, between Wood and Market. S. B.—Parlies supplied on the shortest notice, with cakes, or anything in bis line. Also families famished who Bread. Ben ]n

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

¦7VAHSPS CAJHOMILE PIXLLS^-abra-MlA BAH J. CLSMER, residing at 66 Holt street, ifew York, was afflicted with Dyspepsia in Us most aggravated form. The symptoms were violent headache, {teal debility, fevereosllvene** , congh, oeart-(sjui^Vala lathe chest aad aWMteh always after «*Un«, hapbrd aapejte. sersatwa of sinking st tbeatoaack. t/untl^t/Utpxawea with f~ptent vomitingsdizziness **wa^d» algfct a^d rcsttenaa. These had continue)) ap. «ar#V a JwelpejROBi*,jrfcea, os eoBMlll-g pr.Wa. E*»m.I(>>OtaUH|Mtreet aai-Bbarittiaf to Ma ever •MxeoAilHda^nKaMe BWde of lxBCtaKBt, (b« oMMtt m coMpteVelv nrtarea l* lKattk uUhe short spaced OM>M«tn,*a4*nd ef_ la^ttematoalaMefeaefit**- cd^«la«ycaaKfivsrantaad irtaale<~* Una*—Estate tomt^WMf^^t^lm ^^^ ^^ _f*fcf k> i - ^fP>^Ss^^fe*!*!^-T^i!^

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

FARM FORSALE.—Tbeandersi'nedriJTeri tornlr.a tract of land situated 4 mi!e> from Preepmi, in tbe direction of Sittamjiii;. Buffalo 'lonnsdio, Armtlrom coonty. containing 106acre«, 65 cleared and ander good fence; 10 of wbien are in meadow—a food sqaare io; dweilin* hotrseand cabin barn erected thrr<*on—an apple oichard of 80bearini trees—and a spring uf excellent water convenient totbe hoasc-FOR TERMS apply lo the suiiscrihers residing at the Saltworks on I lie Pennsylvania Canal, 1 mile above Freeport. sep 10 WM. 4- PHtLtP BAKBB.

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

TfVfAEBLE M *NUFAUtO*Y—Patrick Cavfietd re-SU. sneeHntljaajnaiiuihisfriendsandlhcpotiHc ^nentUf, thai *e has eoatmeaeedlse.Marble boslaessat the corner Pf Fifth and Liberty sts.,wbcre will be con»»»ony on band. t»mb BLones. minlel piece, moonmeatt, head and foot stones, table stabs for eahitict watp, aaa everr articleSnnerlaialagtotaebasiaeas, He trill warraaflii arorfc tone wen done, and «• cbaipa will.ha nwdcraJa. Be respe«ifiihT asks astere of naWie patronage- srpiO-

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

TJ. FOX A LUES Attorrev and Cimnselior a' • .Lot. Off( rs his |irofe#ional services lo the citizen? of Pitlsburib and hope* for a share ol publienalrona;e. He will eiecm»_H kinds of writing with neat oess: and dispatch. Cases in bankruptcy attended 10 on reasonable term *. —Office in SmiibftVId street, at Ibe house of Mr. Thomas O'Neil, to whom he refer*. «n 10 T. J. FOX ALDEJf.

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

BY Morrison If Co-London, far sale only by S. N. WickershRffi, corner of Wood strret atd Virgin alley Pittshurjh Pa. and H. Barwood, Beaver Pa. who is sole agent for *Western ' Pennsylvania. sep 10

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