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

¦ it»<*«M-iJ<«W!ft4Ti jrrttttt3»e»t««x»tt! i*ii». ~-' BBNJAUIN BRAK0fer»» PILLS. ' $3rThtayeget*lile and iroJfjhinooeBt jnediolDerMr>tnu tb« »iooo, »odlmmedJ»uly stay* thefunber t»o' aacn «r bi«i*si, in tbrbodiesof-those whosepoorers at Hfe are not already exhausted. Where human noun can avail, there scarcely is any complaint, or form of sickness, tbat tbe BaxRjnrni Pins do not 'relieve s»d generally cure. Altboujh these pills proooce a xkowh iFrxcr.ihai effect is not to prostrate tbe-body, as with other m^dlcfifes, bat the frame is iavigorated^by the removal of tbe cause of weakness, the morhid, rbe vitiated humors froiu the blood. Harmless (a ( heuiielves, they merely . AssistNatukk To thr.ow out the occasion of «ickness - ftom the body, and they require no alteration in the diet or clothing. In fact, 1 lie human body in belter able to sustain without injury, the inclemency of the weather, while under the influence oftbis infection destrpymf,disease eradiea ...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 28 September 1842

, say ^ Total exclusive ofctolheF, books and pocket money, 8228 In the School or Law there is an extra Tee of 20, payable bystuilentsatlendlnsltie senior class. - The allowance for clothes is limned by the enactments lo 8100, and for pocket money lo $45. YYILLtSH.'JVGODLEY, Proctor and Patron U. ofVa. sep 1Q 2 A BOON TO THE HUMAN RACE!—'Discover what will destroy Life, and you are a grcut man. "Discover what will prolong Life, and the woriil will call you Impostor." "There are faculties, bodily andintcllectual, ait/tin us, with which certain herbs kavt affinity, <Ht-d oner mhioh they have power." Dr. B. Brandrmh's External Remedy, or Liniment, which, by Its extraordinary powers, abstracts Pain or Soreness; thus Sprains, Stiff Sinews, While Swellings, Rheumatic Pain?, or Slifl'ness, Stiffness of the. Joints Tumors, Unnatural Hardness, Stiff Neck Sore Throat, Croup, Contractions of the muscles, Scrofulous enlargements, Tender Feet, and every description of Injury affecting di...

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

BKMOVAL.—Georce Armor, Merchant Tailor, resnectfully announces to his friends and p»- trong, that he has removed his establishment from his old stand, Jn Third slreet, to the corner of From and Smllhneld.in the basement story or the Monongahela ' Hoosei where be intends keeping on hand-a general as. tortmeni of Fashionable Goods, suitable for Sentteroen's wear. He hopes, by close application, lo merit a sliare^Sf die business so liberally extended to him at his old stao' d. N.B. Having made arrangements in New York and Philadelphia, with Ihe most Fashionable Tailors, for 4ho recaption of Paris and London Fashions, customers may rely on having their orders executed according 10 the latesttiyle. GEORGE AKMOR. ¦ept 1O» _^____ "T ABO OIL.—Tha8abscnn«rwould most respedfuliy X* Infirm t he puWfc in genera I h;al be has an article of alard Otl of a Bupertoro .oal!ly, mannfaelBredal IheCincino«t»OII «»nBiactory,l>y K.W.L ' ee4>C0.,wWchbi warranted to be ««mI to the *e«t Sper...

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

FHtB -PROOTt 1HQN CttBfCTti, ^tam/*t4aMsV *» -/«** Dnttff, Sitlk ttrtet, «*•«« AputjUeld ttraet,KU*iWfk» - ''1 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Hll nJ]H||^^Rl?iliiH l^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ |^^^^nl|r|i -^jni!^r !!¦¦ -in Pittsburgh, June IS, 1839. Mr. Jobs Deki<iiio:—Dear Sir—Having been present, yesterday,"atlheexpcriment which you were pleased 10 make, in the pretence or a number of our business men, of therafcty.of jour IRON CBESTS. lncaseof fire, il givea me pleasure to say, that so far as I was capable of judging, the lest was fair, and the result exceeded my expectations. I'he-iCfiest was a small one, about 30 indies hl#h, by abqnTlgQr^O inches in breadth and dept h, and wag platen ob a WotX of wood abovrt a foot l» ihltfcness, so as to«le,vsje'lt$bout lhat height from the ground; several ^boW'jfifd newspapers were deposited inside of It, in the manner in which Merchants and others would usually place them—a large quantity of Hght pine wood [slabs from an adjoiningSaw Mill,] was I...

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

.llTkNliM-fJii cwwwswe mm 3**9* Ocw*w?.iXermii»tto.i*»ie 4!b*rJ»«J following. The •Thoo hafthje tfnrrcrally, wlllnlSlt wspeeMve Frofes-I Ancient iaogoages —Dr. Genoer Harrison. 2. Hodcrri Laugoases.—Dr. Chailes Krallsir. 3 Matfceij>a.Uca.-* Mt. Edward H. Cowlenay. 4. Natural t"lillosophy<--Mri Wm. B. Rogers. 5. Civil Btigiocering—the Eunjeel« of which are divided belwein the Professors of MalbemaliraaBd Natural Philosophy. - 6. Chemistry awl Materia Medica.—Dr. John P. Em met. .. ; 7. Mediclfle.—Dr. Henry Howarl. 8. Anatomy and Surgery.-Dr. James L. Cabell. 9. Moral JPbilosophy Mr. George Tucker. 10. J<aw.-4udge Henry St. Geo. Tucker. In boih Schools of Languages are also taught the literature of tne respective languages, and Ancient and Modern History;in the School or Mathematics Is incu. ded mixed Mathematics; In that orSnsincering.Mineralo gyaviGeology. )n l»at of Moral Philosophy,Belles Let trea. Logic and Politica l Economy, and in that of Law, besides ...

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

PAPER WAREHOUSR.-llanna H Manufacturers, SleubenviUe.O'ni&i lunity of making known to the piiltlit! opened a |io per warehouse in VittsMu"!. No. 104, three doors 5011II1 of Fifl* M.. their paper; where they will lewp rorr-w general supply ofpnper, fon.L-IJfls of " *n printing, lettor, tea and wall fiapr. 2»4i and fullers boards. In connection wilii n I'trli Ihrv will if. of hlnnk hooks andscliool imkt-Likewise, an ex tensiveiLswtUnenl ofFl All ufwlikh will be sold lo« tao*.» rasisnnd lanncrs' scrarji*.. Orders nddrps?cd to t-liom at 51*-?^ A;ent in Piltsbursh. H. K. Rcynit" sixe or quality of paper, will be pro** U.K. Reynolds Is fully pjupoiverp^ contracts lx\ Ihe cnanaseuiciu ot " their ^ THOS^ sep 10 JAJIBp FLAX SEED W.tXTF.I).-\\m^j& caw1) or j^ood?. a cjuantily of Flaiu ^a .Mmosl nil kinds of Country Produrp uya furcasii or eoods at HARRIS'S lii"«fit pfp 21—if -§ Commission \Yarr!i^s « JOHN HART. Commission MmiaM duce and American Movufac'.iTuWi Rkfkb to— E ...

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

•I VANS' fATJENTiiiS^Ssa \c-I provided wilh the Safety (. -7*1 bills printed witli a fi gure of ihe k fol you are not deceived bj a !1 "1 ** gentssiatlng their Boats to l» „, 7"* Guard, when they are „,,, ,,Z°'^« . The following \, a list of lm!,l 1> ly Guard at the Port of Plh,),,,,7 P * 1 first on Uielist liave litelm|,r0,J u ' apparatus it is impossible fOra.,, ,Wr5» SAVANNA, ' j^**i RARITAN, j^-i NIAGARA, R% ORLEANS, JE\ «'f« CANTON, ^g. LADY OF LYONS , CAOftf" VALLEY FORGK, m ^ FORT PITT, r .AL^ BREAKWATER, urFKN EXPRESS MAIL, ^sTj ALPS, BlllUltt CASPIAN, Er, S ida, vicT»aa WEST WIND. Ml^liSI MARQUKTTE, (^ PgeM TALLEYRAND, PESElS PANAMA, E0»tf,1ffl CICERO, AGR fl SARAH ANN, MEsSvaH NARKAGANSETT, SVRAl\S AMARANTH. ORPH45H MUNGO PARK, OfffO. W. NEPTUNE, CECILIA ADELAIDE, J 11 Bill NORTH BEND, GALESi MARIETTA, MENTul Tiielravpling romtminily aie te^ before they make a choice of a tat.tir and see whether a would not l^ai anil security to chnose a fsfr-iy (?0»(i passage ana...

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

^^^^^H^a^^i^kt^^i^^^^^^^i^i^^^^^^^^^^^MMHB^feHIBSfiSSfiSSfiS iJSJS^Ww**^ WATtlffi««f9f c.^W^ «fwretaoVtd TMs feidy tuitcoffio •«"*?«• ****> M(l««g te«ci% oewnled by Mr.*VG. B«fo.d^r«e«j «baostte his old sund. where be Is always prepared to at-SSSSi*^^ **^ .^!* '^^^^* ««floV«Till toe deulfii o«be btttlnes. «fjj" £»d«'»k ^ WHOP* toker».p«tWieeo<.DdeBW. ««"«>«« prepared * t Iltiiooas t* BrtTWe Hwrses, Bler»i Carnages anfl |..ryrSttislt« o» the most Ubenti terms. C«Ms from the «»ma«r>w«rbe prompt ty <t«eod«J to. ¦¦ ¦ -SlTnsJdeiice Is to /besame building wilh his ware fmtfti where those who need hi* services may find him at any time. MrtB*"c«*. w <r mwi«. R!ev - ¦">H * ¦ I '* clc<1>- Djaui* BISDU. «T * ROSMIT BEOC«, D. ». JDNI FATTO1C, «V. »tm)«I.WttMAfi , D. w. >. u'eton, -. «»• Jos«ra k»«», tSi»O «»«««, ji *KV- **«» «• »*»"r — p 10 S bbv- *¦ '¦ swtrr; 935) spaaaaa^a. BOOKB * 8TBAMBOAT BILLS, M«l»Hf.*T8, HORSE BIL...

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

TNTERESTUVG CURE performed bvDr.Snayve's M. Compound Syrupof Prunus yirgivlana,or Wild Cherry. Having made use of this invaluable Syrup In my family, wbich entirely cared my child. The symptoms were wheezing and choking of phlegm, difficulty of bjeathir.g, attended with constant cough, spasms, convulsions, $e, of which I had given upall hopes of its recovery until I was advised lo make trial of this invaluable medicine. After seeing the effects it _ tad upon my child, and concluding lo make the same? I rial upon myself, which entirely relieved me of a cough I hat I was afflicted wilh.. for manyye&rs Any person wishing to sec me can ca at niy house in Beach Street, above ibe Market, Kensington. 1. Wihcox. DB. SWAYNE'S SYRUP OP W1LDCHERBY. We call the atlenlion of the public io the numerous certificates which have heen in circulation in our paper and some others of this cily, highly recommending Dr. Swa.the'8 Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry .—We have seen the original certific...

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

^"js BKBriist " j^nJH I ialiff^Hni^ ^^^^^^^^B Bj^^KKS^Sma mTgEW ESTABLXShMBNT.—John Duulap, *«»«• III factttrir-efTin , Copper, and Sheet Iron Ware, and DtattrinJapanedtVare. .. -," ¦ JVo.26, JHoTisl Struti\Sig^_ of; tkt Ctfee Poti. Also keeps on hand Portable Tenid Balhs; Slipper and Shower do.; Bright or Ptaais]>e4jEWu>e and Tea Urns Coffee Fillers; Plate Warmer^'^ETjvMtaisia IronSqoare-Silde Fenders, plain and beaullftiUy ornamented, which he * wtlt ' seU on reasonable terms, who)eiaie*od retail. The-pabliearerespeclfnlly requested to call and exauitoc ttis stock of ware. : : |T?»niffhest price paid for old metals. 4S ¦rap 10 JOHNBtl^Aj>.. f/ COFFIN WARBHOpf^ —JVe. -TBJi "k JB»»rt». V> Street, Betvscn WoM tend SnUKJ^d .its Two doors from the corner.of Wood sVreei; ' Con. stantly on hand an assortment of 100 ready made COFFINS, of every slzeand descripttbh; cpvere2 ones, with Cloth: Mahogany, Cherry, Bladf, Walnui, Poplar, and Pine Coffins. '. ?¦¦ ALS...

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

PITTSPPBGMCfRCrjLATING, AND REPERENCE LiSRARY of Religious, H Isi 01 lca',Polii ical ,and H iseellaneoni Works, will be open every day, Sa'abalh ex. cepteAS - rom 7 o'clock, A. M,,until 9, P.M.,lo the Eichange Building, corner ot Sinclair street and Exchange alley, where punctual attendance will begiveh by ««ptO J. GEMMIL. ' , ITITASHINGTON HA.LL.-The sui«criiwr has T » opened (he late residence of Janes Adams, Esq., deceased, for ahe reception or visitors and hoarders; the house ia very pleasantly situated on (lie hank of the Ohio, 2 miles from the city—possessing all the delightful accompaniments of a country residence, without ¦ being too far distant for persons doing business In the eity. Visitors will be furnished with, every delicacy or the season. " . AnOmnibns runs regularly every hour f r the Alle (heny end ofthe Bridge. N.B So Alcoholic beverages kepi. sep 10 WM. C. BERf?. "PITTSBCRGH CUTLERY, and Surgical In. . MT strnment Manofoctory.—Tbe Subscriber manulac. tares and ...

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

UNIVERSITY OF VI RGI NI A—M EDICAL DE. PARTMENT.—The plan of instruction in thisde. pnrtment ofthe University{p resents peculiar 11 ies not to be {bund in no oilier School of Medicine in the|Union. The Lectures commence on tlie first of-_ .&ctober, and lerminale on tbe 4th of July ensuing. Owing 10 the length of the session, which embraces ¦ *> period of nine months, tltree Professors ,ire fnabled to perform allthe duties which in other medical institutions are usually assigned to ?i.x; and the students are seldom required Io attend more than two lectu-es on the some day. By this arrangement, Ihe studeuts have an oppor tunilv ofbeing well grounded in Anatomy, Physiology, and other elementary branches ofc Medical Science, before they investigate lh;ir applications in connection v* ith the study of the practice of Medicine and Sursery. Immediately before each lecture, the students are subjected t<>a:full and and rigid examination on ihe prececeding lectu...

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

Cincinnati, February 15, 1840. Dr. Swaykb—Dear ?ir:- Permil n,e lo take the librrty of writing lo yon at Hits lime 10 express my approbation, and to recommend 10 the attention of heads of families and others your invaluable medicine—the Compound Syrup of fnuuis Virginiann. or Wild Cherry P.arli. In j my (ravels tif late 1 Icivesreii ina^rent muny instances : tile rvonderfuleffiT.ts of your medicine in relievin" chil- , ilri.-u of very obsiittale complaints, such as Coughing, ' Whe*?7.in^. CltonkiP Ti of Phlesm, A?Uimatlc mtavk?, S;c. ; 4-0. I should not have written Hits letter, howevei, at i ne^eiU, altliou»li I have felt il-.niy duly to add niy (e^ti 1 mony lo il for sometime, had il not been for a Inie in. stance where the medicine above alluded to ivas lnsim-} mental in resloring to perfect health an "only child," i whose casrt \va> almost hopeless, In a family of my ac. ¦ quaintance. '•! lhank Heaven," said ihe doat ' 111 5 molli. | cr,"my child issaved from Hie jaws o...

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

II/AJIBASTED GENTJINE.-Dr. William w » Evans's Camomile Pills. f KRTiricATis.—Lelter.from the Hon. AiVm M'Clcllan .SulllvanCounty,East Tennessee,MemberofCongress. • WASHmoTos, July 3d, 1838. Sir—Since I have been in this city I have used some of your Dyspeptic medicine with infinite benefit and sails faction, and believe it to be a moat valuable remedy. Ooe or my constituents . Dr. A. Carden, of Campbell eonnly, TenneoBec. wrote to me 10 send Mm some, which 1 did, and he bas mployed it very Successfully In hte practice, andsayelt is Invaluable. Mr. Johnson,your agent at this place," thinks yon would probably like an agent in Tennessee, If so, I would recommend Dr. A Carden, as a. proper person to officiate for the sate ojpyour celebrated medicine. Should you commission him he ft willing io act for job. Yon tsm send the medicine by water to thjj. care of Robert Ring t\ Boos, Knaxville county.Tenm}«. ree, or by land to Qrabam <¦ Rdufton, Tazewell, Wm ' Tennessee. I *ave no do...

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

state, the particular line of Canal pr Rail Road which therdetlreto purchase, the amoust of their respective bjoWierefnr, Hie given and surnanjesof all concerned In the offer, together with their place or placet of residence. In order ityiUJke tamo ma; be laid before, tbe next Leglgfrfe Pt9norf|^^ s fcse»te4 up, and directed to the Sjeretary of^MFmonareaQh wl lltiji endorsement on tbe «•«« , "Ptqiuti frr tit punUtt of tkt PuHfr | T«je«». »» ^ • ¦" - Sfttxie^tirXbfGt>tttnt>t. 1 ,.*',. ¦ A.1V. PAB9OK8;. ' "^il^iii- * " •i *w *b ' *f jH c °wno1 "^* SECBirr*BT's Office, > j Harrlsburgh, Augusl24ih,1842.V j»ALBJ4»>THE CANALS AND RAIL ROADS BEC7?ijdSBi«0 ' TO THE STATE Notice is hereby glye« * tB»)Cfo \mrguance . of tbe eevenleenth, eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth Sections of the Act of Assembly passed the 27lh day. of July, 1842, proposals will be re«l ved at Uw State Department until titelast'day of November ttext, for the sale ot afl and each of ibe...

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

fBlO FEMALES.—There is a large class ol Prmaies 111 A this City who from tticir continued sitting, to. wliich their occupations oblige 1 hem^1 re affected with cosliveness whlclj gives rise to palpitation at the heart on the least exertion, sense of heaviness extending over the whole head, Intolerance of light and sound .an Inability of fixing the attention to any mental operation?-, rumbling in the bowels, sometimes a sense oT suffocation, especially after meals when any exertion is used, as going quickly up statrs; tempreficfclf 1 ; these are symp'oms which yield at once to a few dosesof the Brandrelh Pills The occasional use of Ihls medicine would save a deal of trouble and years of suffering. One, or two, or even three of the Brandreth Pills jtrsi before dinner, are of"en round highly beneficial; many use Ihem very advantageously In this way;they aid and assist digestion, restore thebotvelf to a proper condition,enliven the sptritSj impart clear ness to the complexion, purify ...

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

VAilETY. -Just received from New York, 3000 Temperance Almanacs forl843;500Ocopiesof the Journal of the American Temperance Union and Youth's Temperance Advocate for September. Also, 2000 Christian Almanacs, and a good assortment of LoomisV MagazineamFPfirstiuigh, and the Franklin Magazine and Common Atmatiacs for 1843; by thfl gross, dozen or single; 250 copies of Grant's New Pittsburgh and Allegheny Business Dlrntory and Strangers Guide, for6i|cenls. Also, Cottage, Family, School and Pocket Bibles and Testa, merits, David's Psalms; iHelbOdisl and Temperance Hymn Books; the benntiea orRarmouy, Introduction to Sacred Music: Mason's Harp wilh round and patent notes; Christ. Harp,and almost all kimls of Schooi Books; Gfuna's Domestic oiedtcine;Day Books and Ledgers; Writing, Letter, and Wrapping Paper; blue black, and red ink, by the gross,dozen,or bottle; steel pens, quills, states, pencilsan/t warers; Cyclopedia or History, Weaiern Pilot, and aeon, side.rahlevariety of Booksand St...

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

REMOVAlJ"—T he undersigned hegsfcavejo inform the public, that he has removed from Ills old eland, to the corner of Pcnn and St. Clalr sis., opposite the Ex change Hotelfwbere be has fitted up a large Piano Forti W*a» Room, and now offers for sale the most splendid assortment of PiARosever offered in this market. H\s pianos consist of different patterns, of superior Dose Wood and Mahogany, beautifully finished and modeled, and const!rieted throughout of the very best mn terials,which,for durability, and qualllv of lone, as well as loucli, he warrants to be superior to arty ever seen here. As he ha;enlarged hrs manufactory, andmade arrange, meutsto supply the increasing demand for this Instrument, he fesffeelfolly reqoesis those intending to purchase to can and examine his assortment before pnrcha. sing elsewhere, at be Ib determined to sell lqbtkr, for cash, than any other establishment east or west of tlie mountains, F. BLDME, Corner of Penn and St. Clalr BUeets, ' scplO Opposite...

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

WILLIAM D1GBY having i»* business of Diodt t( Hort^, Liberty street and 42 Market stiej- y thanks to the numerous fricn*w .1( i firm, for the very liberal sopp"" f. tended to him, in connection "" ,»< wisbesloassurethem that every 9 merit the continuation oftlle ,,)» pecifatly Invito their atleniioti ^ Clothing,which he intends mIHV ^ than has been ever offered,bt '"*vt i Ibe whole of the slock of lb« a ^ slble; ard as b,e Intends to con««« ^ , c»sb bnslnew. iie feels »"fl f"U" sorpass his stock, eilber In en"1 " ness of workmanship- - ,™ir0<^ PleflWlo lakenotlcelSate"'? lured in Plltslturgh- ____^- -^ SAMl/nL MORROW . ¦M«K C^ * S*«* Iron Ware, X'- ^ Wo»i *>d MarUt S«r««W. --» ' 4 in his Hn« at the shortest _ n ^ and others are solicited tocalt»» H l of wares, which wHIM**,**"; al terms. fortS*"' Hou^ spwrtlns^sw"""8 *?w .^i

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

jkpBW HOTEL.—Tbe subscriber respectfully in-XV forma Ms old (fiends and the public that lie lias openedo Temperance Hotel,in fifth Street, near tbe Exchange Sink , and in the house laiejy occupied by Matthew Patrick, and has hoisted- arjlronii gn.-^e Iron £hy Hotel," wherehe will be very harpy lo accommodate all who may please to call o«. him. His lable *ball be provided with the best fare, and every possible accommodation lo town and country customers and travelers. A lew boarders who wish to lodge in (heir stores or of. flees, can he taken, and gentlemen who live out of town can have their dinners dally. He hm» large and good stables, and ibe best Hay and Oir tt,and a good Boslter, awl ivil) accommodate travelers and genUemeo who have horses. Boarders taken by iheday, week or year. Charges moreoiodetate than at any respectable Hotefcin the chy. tepid? ' JOHN IRONS.

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