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

PB; WILLIAM EVANS'S SOOTHING SYROe;— , This Infallible remedy bas preserved hnndrrts^ wnett th4o|btpi«t recovery, from convulsions. As soon as tbe Bjrrujrtli robbed on tbf gnm», the child will rectv. er. ThbVrepsinaton is so innocent, so eiffijtulons, and so pletuant, that floehHd will refuse to let fit gamtbe nto betf-wUh ii, >7bett 1nfanUarea<.theag%of fottr months, Uki'there to no-appearance of teeth, one botlfe of tbe ^yrnpshould b« smd to open too port*. Parents shoaW ter«rbtcfMhopttb»n r *P <" the aanery where there •re vt>fnr%!ntfr«ii,fct if • eb>» wakes In the night with jeft) »n«» jw»»,tfitSyrtirinun tdVolely gitw eMfc»l>y 3^ta« t h^«rw, »n4 l^|nrlhe ^m»]t*MirelVTHwttims '.XW^SC ^ >; Ifo.^7«pg4'«Uc»l,twkHlr gk«4^ \ ' >:^£JS^m^. ££M:^&z±x:, $1

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

PILES cured by thetseof Dr. Harlich's Compound Strengthening and German Aperient Pills Dr. Harlich—Dear Sir—Shortly after I received the Agency fioin you for the sale or your medicine. 1 formed an acquaintancewi;h a lady or this place, who was severely afflicted with the Piles. For eight or len years ihis lady wa3 subject to frequent painful attacks, ami her physician considered her case so complicated, j that he very seldom prescribed medicine for her. Through ) my persuasion, she rnmmenced using yonr Pills, and was perfectly cured. Yours, 4-c. JAMES K.KIRBY October 3, 1840. Cbamhersbna, Pa. (£T"Ofncennd General Depot, No. 19. North Eighth Street, Philadelphia. And by Samuel Frew, corner of Liberty and IVood streets, Pittsburgh. sep 10

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

J.K. Moorhead. G.E.Warner. J: Painter. UNION COTTON FACTORY, Alleghe yCity,«l Ihe end of the upper bridge. Tlie subscribers having commenced the manufacture of Cotton Yarns, Slocking Yarn.CoMon Twine, Oandlewick, Carpel Chain, BaCting, ^-c. and are prepared tc fill orders at the shortest notice. Having selected the latest snd most improved machinery, and employed the manager who has attended to the Hope Factory for the last five years, they are manufacturing a superior article. Cotton Warps made to- order, Orders through the Pittsburgh Post Office,or left at I tie store of J S; C. Painter % Co., Liberty street; or Logan if Kennedy, Wood street; will meet with prompt ailention. , Address—J. K. M OORHKA D 4- CO. sep 12—1y

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

LIVER COMPLAINT cured by the use or Dr. Harilch's compound ^trenijthenin!: and Aperient Pills. Mr. Win. Richards, of Pittsburgh, Pa., entirely cured of the above distressing disease His symptoms were pain and weialu in the left side, loss of appetite, vomiting, acid eructations, a distension of ihe stomach, sick head-ache, furred tongue, count en n nee changed ton citron color, difficulty of breathing, disturbed resi, attended vviili a cough, sront debility, with other symptoms i»d)coling gr^at derangement of the functions of tbe liver. Mr. Richard? hnd Ibe advice of several physicians, but received no relief, until ttsin; Dr. llarlicli's Medicine, wliicli lerminn. ted in effecting a pe'feet cure. Principal Office. 19 Nortli Ei™tilfi Slreet. Philadelphia. For sale in Pittsburgh by Samuel Frew, corner of Llher ly and Wood streets. sep 10

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

LIVER COMPLAINT This disease oflen terml-^ natcsin another of a more serioua nature, if pro. per remedies are not restorted lo In time. In all forms of this disease, Dr. Hnrlich's Compound Strenstbenin? anrl German Ape.rient Pill?, will perform a perfect cure —first , by cleansing Ihe slomneh and bowels, thusremovin2 all disr-ases from Ihe Liver, by the use of llieGer. man Apprient Pills, after which the Compound Sirengiliening Pills are taken to »ive slrenglh and lone 10 those tender organs which require such treatment only lo effrrl b permament enre. Three Pills are neatly put up in small pnekaeps, with full directions. For sale .it No. 19 North EightStreet. Philadelphia. Also, for sain by Samuel Frew corner of Wood andLiberly sis., Pittsburgh Pa. sen 10

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

8ORGICAL INSTRUMENTS! SOKGICAL IN SI'RUMENT?!— T. McCarthy, Ciitlerand Hurgiral Instrument Maker, Third ^ jt^reet, hearlxj opposite the Post Office, Piltriurgh x ->C (SIGN OF THE GOLDEN SHEARS.) Physicians. Dentists and Druggists ca« hnvR (heir instruments madeby the subscriber of a superior quality and ai Eastern prices. Tailors' Patent Shears and Scissors always on hand, aleo Hatters Shears, a superior article. Orders respect fullt' sollc/ied. N.B. AllaHleles warranted of Uiebe3t quality, and jobbing done as usual. sep 10

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

ALLEN K RAM EH, Exchange Broker, JVo. 46, Corner of frond and Third Streets. Pittsburgh Pa.— Gold, Silver, and Solvent Rank nolcs, bought and sold. Sight checks on the Eastern citie?, for sale. Drafts, notes and bills, collected. references: Pittsburgh,Pa, Wm. Bell <$• Co., John D. Davis, F Lorenz.J. Painter if Co., Joseph Woodwell, James AJay Philadelphia, Alexander Bronson if Co., John H. Brown S( Co. Cincinnati, O., James WCandless. St. to»is . Mo., J. R. M'Donald. Louisville, W. H. Pope, Esq. Pres' I Bank Ky. sep 10

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

WILLIAM REED. Merchant Tailor,—Respectfully inform? his friends and the pnhlle hi general; that be na* commenced business at No. 11 Market street, setosa toor firm tbe cornel of Front, wbete Me Wes by strict MleotWft ,to 00.1WM lo i«rH»siu»reo» pnoHe patrons**. ,\?. , . < " ¦* t * <_ **' 3l>j^!iB8 y>l WBII>1 'i **«*w | j rtWwiitiiejBfc.

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

WM. BIDDUS, Surgeon Dentist, has relumed to his old » stand. No. 1O7Smllbfield StTeet, Where he can be consulted any hour during the day, on his profession. wxt in

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 29 September 1842

1 84^ iPUBLISHED Bi" ILLIP S & W. H. SMITH, h-FR OF TOOD * FIFTH STS. L-r poI,i.AES a ?<=« • pxyiUe in ftonic- - TWO OPNTS-for sale ai llic fcce. a"d try Sens BofS. nryniid Manufacturer ;EKLV. al ihe same office, on a double \\ TWO OOLURS a year. Id ad. copies. SIX CENTS. n» of Advertising. feE OF TWELVE LINF.S OR LESS: 0.50 J One nionito, £c,00 H.Tc. I Two moms, fi.lX) ?, 1.00 j Tbree oionlhs, ' .00 j : 1.30 Four mon'lis, 8.01 ) I 3.00 Siimonlh?, 10.0(1 j 4,00 One year, 15,00 ttiLY ADVERTISEMENTS. j -JT^GE-lCl-E iT PIKjlSCHK. ' j iBr( Tvo Squares. i i gl» fifl Sii months, 823,00 -Jri.lH1 | One year. 35,00 ^¦(¦rll-'-TMf' I? in prornrl'On. J t,: !•'.„- ~i\ D.n.i.iRr a yenr. , mSSSSSSSBsr Sjm'l. BEMinwti&SmuT , TTA3 commenced her regular trips, ajitf-WjftrSu dati; JU. - ly(Sondays excelled.) Leans Banrit 8 <g ciock A. H, leaves Pittsburgh at 3 o'clock P. H. connects at Bearer with the - ' Pennsylvania and Ohio Ldae- . of Freight act Packet Canal b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 29 September 1842

Cor. **bbmr*>» fcoaw. 1X>SAMOEL W. KiHG, ACTDtQ'«if«8 GOVBBKOS OFTftE STATS Of atafODS ISl>AND. ' - « ' AstheG«remor «Tlb« Stain efNa* jtflcf. . abtn, I bne received Uuaonua^ l«M «til« LeoMeel B. Arnold, acomanottatito Mbt» t& 4*le of tbo ifith iart ^ aa g a* ¦ ta*. ^a iiiiioa ¦paa mte ru in TtakM» HVAt»« i «te » efcarged with Um wime «{ treason afaJMtt Ik* Strte gt RboaV» t«U»o\ who ia mpfwMai m. <<bri»» live lroea juatie*,* aad •%? hi uptowttt, t» reside wilttn Ihe KiaiUaf New Huk^AinL^fc Jelitxrtd ;o ik««st4 lamttel A. Araei^ inflnil by yon as agaot U rec«M« iriavtaa^^hfaOtllMr say be ^breifirt i*U> Om Slasm of JUdaVlaiMt tad <te*lt with Mtsbvaadiuttee im» aMgc fii»: ¦ -. . - i " " To this eom/nanic*tio*» t <»*» gf*«fr^|| 4fe« coauderalioti wUeh the B tailed I11IH tltilail n-oold eoabla me to bestow span it, •&$ #fjUi iu knpottane« «6qM aeemto domad. TaiMk^ chiog Bo^ect, whieb kaa Cor t lo«t al&gt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 29 September 1842

| | ¦ DR. E. J9ERRrtT,DESTlS^' ,oju»i» SsiitA. f.eU,ietwien SUtrU ami TUrd St*., ' sep 10 ' " Pjttsbuicb- - J OHNSTON fl> STOCKTOV, Book-elter»,Printer* aod Paper MaattlattBrer«,«o.37,»iarh«-*. «eg 10-ly J OHN ANDEESON. &sitbfieM P-da«d»r, Water «tnear the Moaongarwte Hoase, Wiutiifg*- *» 10-lf LBONAB D S. JOUNS.Atdermaa. StJCIairstreet. Si!. eond4o?rjrrom Liberty. «P 10V-ly rwfUS^|BO'»* | ES ' 0ffie»ia Second street, next door I J - g.?S5wyiy 4- Co'sGlass Wareboase. sep 18-1 y SB tH^^©J(||W»'*Y» Attorneys»t taw, Poorthst., ' ae^p!^oiSr!s Office, Pntsbutgb. sep Ifh-lj TBO 3?iH*MILTON. Aitorney at LawjFifth,belwce« VVood ' and Smilufield *u.. Pittshargh. sep JO—ly HOCU TONER. Attqmey at Law. North East corner ofSrollhfield and Fourth streels. sepiD—ly tbospso. n^ju7. - ji«ESToain«iii> HANKA * TURSBULL'S Pirper Warehouse. No. 104. Wood st., where may be had a general supply o< wri'in- wrapping, printing, wall paper, blank books, school books. *r , $-e. s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 29 September 1842

V\c ' o ffYues , &c. i farui. Tlnrd l*uvren Markeiand Wood iidille. Por-.uia--^rr fc, W;ilcr.4 h iUn>r from Wood si. leler-Elojar lulln WiMuck.'- 'oln-cJur. ^b. Wuoil w*i*n Fir^t jnd Second ^BL^:l-:>m. 'rrr-p.^lirer. ^HblT. Ti.ird slii-d. nesl dnor 10 the ^^bfhnr.'h— S. R. Jolm*lon, Treasurer. ^E ounli, ifiM-Een Market and Wood ^KLv. .Mjit". ^^E^m:k. Fdii'ih. near Mark. 1 «'. H p PINKS ^Kr oen Ularkel ar. J IVor.,1 nr.-els. on ^Puicrl- i B SI.oT.mnir.!1 and pAi:Xi:ii»' He- j Krr!v Savin; Fund.) Founli. betwien ^¦sli'fL' . ^Rstcjel. li^r Wwii. K iiori:i.~. ¦ oi- iz. Wnir'frre!. nrnr Ihe Bridge. K.. corn.-r nCPenn nnTlSi. Clair. Ktki.. rumer of Tlnrd and H' o*l. j L.fr'nn ..' Ti.inl nnilSiiiiiliri^l.l. I R ^ roii'^r (,\ [rn ¦ i"ti .1'iiJ i"anal. J ¦l.i'-nv ¦ -"" i" •' Sevrhlli. I fc llnvt l.,'T-ri.' Si ,,; .i..,-iie Waynr. ; Bs- ~ .ii« II,.- -t.l'.-im Si o;i"cw:V raral ] ¦odds, ' attorxi:y ami | KLUK AT LAW.-'•!*-•¦ r-"i.. , ^¦dliu." on t; am ¦;! . n-aily i&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 29 September 1842

BY Morrwo* Sf Co. London, for sale only bv S. N. WicteriB.-uii, corner of Wood slrrti nod Virgin affey Pittshurj^i Pa. »nd f?. Barwooo" . Beaver Fa. who is role a«em for Western Penustivania. «ep 10 FA RM FOR 3A LE.—The uudeisinmt orTtr* for sale a tract of land situated 4 mile; fropi Preepoil, in tbe direction of Kittannrnv. Buffalo *town«ltip, Armstron* county, containing 100 acres, 65 clearedand under good fence; 10 of whicn are in meadow;— a tood fqmre log dwelling houseand cabin barn erected thereon—an apple oichard of 80 bearinz trees—and 4 sprinj ol " excei^nt water convenient loflie bouw.; FOR TEftMSanply to the subscribers residing si the Saltworks on the Pennsylvania Canal, 1 mile above Freeport. sep 10 WM,$ PHHJP BAKER. DC . J. WEST0.V3 Ve;etalileBxpeaoianteyrap, *n Infallible cure for whoopln? congh. This disease n mostly confined lo children, and is attended with a fuffocatin: cough, nnd a deep slirillsound,called a whoop; II comes on with difficult breathing, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 29 September 1842

OL.ii t2< fABLISHEU EMIGRANT OFFICF., SO. 61 SOUTH STREET, NEW YOCK. JVeto Yorkmi Liverpool Qoamerciol Lii>e»f Packets. Sailing ITeetlg.— TheSutMeriber would respectfully inform such pprrong residing in this^ountry as are desirous for sending for iheirfriends lo cove out from tne old room ry, that lie continues as usual to make engagements by which passengers are broniht out pn very moderate leruis, in First '-la's Ships, Kiifih;from Liverpool weekly, and wojiJd assure persons desirous of coming by lhenl.ove Line, that asagt-nts of first respectability are engaged at Li verpool, inere will be no deteolion whatever at that point. .-?1 . He U also prepared at all times so famish Sight Drafts for any amount lo assist in pieparis; passenjeis for the voyage, payable throughout the Unilrd Kingdom, ard In caserne piniftun^ f^r . i.o uu ^^.**n ^ tDMt»Q^i,,w nnssase money shall be refunded without reduction. For further particulars apply it by letter lo JOHN HEBDMAV. No. 61. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 29 September 1842

^S. wiosPEcrus Fn- rmiHsiSmg iu. n*itf p^e, imiU Citj tfPit Is ** rgK to U—litUitkt BAIWM0M1MFOST. fJIHCSUDsentiers having made «rraBge»»ii« Mmn * tbe American Manofaclurer awl niuMrfB. atwearv Into one Joarnat, have eoiittHhal to Baalish *, ^ally paperwBa the Irtte cftbe hijKfcY nitj nnf The Iradin; okject ofiaa^^^rtHn laediw-airnatlon asd defence of Ibe BOtktcaEjftaittlet Ihat bare heretofore been maintained fcrfa jtiMgMh* Ueirrwpwiive jopers, and their begteflbru w»h1^tM I»e devoted to tbe advaneemest and success of ftuaalpwrioes. Altnoujh, io politk!-, the pap«>will be thoroa;bly democratic yet ibe Edit on nope, b y jivin; an hqnesi, candid history of passing Political events Forer-v and Dorowlic Tstellijeiure. aatf brief notices of an oiattenBadoccurn<ncesrhat come properly within ihesnMm ofa PabUe Joaraal, to orate iheJr paper *uffleie»Pt In eretting to entitle it to the patronage of tbe pnWte, rrrespeclive of party consJderalkms. In adduion to thejHiliiiea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 29 September 1842

powert in *iieh powers as to them wHl seen most like); toefiefi their safety •** happiness.* In (¦effect accordance wilh lbi« right of treomen. the • !*•»!« of Rhofc Hand in 1790 adopted a Bill of JfeW*. in which she declares 'that all power is V«JW lo and derived from tlio people,' and 'Ihp ttfter of government may be rea»aumed by the rjt-i(Mto,«h«ttOTeri t.«l)kU*<»<i»o| 8»««*r tolheit hap-^^^bb%? TJits H the Ir09 American doctrine, and ia'fte^ehieToarncf «tono ppomwhich rests the ru* forttrftctare or populer ' liborty and of eqoa1 rights. r fo W*» Ui» doctrine of thosa «nerated patrio1 * whp,hiSLtiie foundation of- this republic It was the sentiment of Washiugtun, himself, who As-¦ etores io thai rich legacy which he bequeathed to - «n»rnen, 'that lb» ba«B of our poiilical system U the rig ht of tlie people to mirke and alter their «p4flkutiutis of government.'. In the organic taw of my <WW» Stale- are incorporated sentiments fron* ' o*»Metohw pitriotia sire...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 29 September 1842

^S^B^EBI^^^III '¦ For ibe Morning Past. Craig ' s soliloqny. My arrxious aspirations are about to be gratified^ - ^ut , can 1 be : elected. Ah! thete^s ftbfe ^rrib. Should I ^e defeated, there ia ai^eai^it.o my political life. Then, whether W'it belter tr> retire, or to stand out, baldly facing .the many victims of my spleen.*, 4b! ! me thinks I see in the*lim diatante&^tfie apirit of the lamented J. C. GiUelaro. "' &hl why di'J I ,§ver disturb ihatmao%;ashes? What will hia friends say~-wtiat WoVild the lamented Harrison say, werehe alive1 ?—Would he advise his old ftieiids t<> support me! Would ho say to them, forget the vile stigma he attempted to, affix lo my character1 ? What will the friends of Tlios, William's say, will they support my assertion that he is a whb nirrg Spaniel'? What will Geo. Darsiesay, will he admit the truth of my charge, "That if impudence and ignorance qualified a man for office, then, he is eminently qualified"] What...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 29 September 1842

PKi™^ ^y-Corner of fr^ Tns porprietois of thTa^ I »> M^^^crrRw rapeemiii , ^1 .ad the pairons of Those pa^ 1 * ind «ei) chosenawSr,^,,,of "^l jr*c*m* rac^rA &mm &%& mssmxafM Necessary 10 a Job :TinU »g 0fic7 ^1 . ^,^M J^^f Lt I I tK PRESS Pi OP EVERY DEsc ' ,51 ss5«.. .si-i^a Handbills, n,ank c^i, I ^ U lifnis of si J Stage, Steamboat, Mi Canal ^^ . priau Cm,, J Printed on il,e sl.ortesi noticeanu », J WerMpeeiftilljr artme ,,. | Republic m-genefal in (hish^ I Pitlsbargh .Sep -^^^ ^^1 CA HD^ThTii^die^njjJ «"«, licgs most r^pTfif,,, , 1 reel from London . wiUulJ^M ry oflhe newest style. Her „ ** ^ Lr'^ tr^l f^s ^vscH.oKc;;1 ^^ description, ami pav SPrl>| ,„;„„ fj His wlih ro..fidfnrc ,,„ ";!" '»'««¦ aadf.on.lon mode tW^juo^™" nl\Emhrm,)rry, ,vl,i,h >J wperto, i, 7 * ducmlin this cr.in.try: i\ iw ln^j "I seurf : OrienluU. faprsala r-s,tw r J than lor Ewnip; I'csiume, c.llj,, r^ij kfrchiefs, iHornin; oml Ni;|,i ,-, " ,"§ ready for Hieir ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 29 September 1842

DAILY MOMIIVG POST. Tia, PHILLIPS 3* WH. B. BjnTH,EtHTOR3 A.KD PR0FRUCT0R8 ^UURSDAY, SEPTlsMBER 29, |I842 see First Page. Are Yon Assessed? Voters should remember that unless they shall be assessed this day, or TO-MORROW, they cannot vote at the approaching be assessed at least 10 days previous to an election, (exclusive of the election day itself) otherwise they cannot vote. Let all, then, attend to their duty io this matter. fiT^Tbe Advocate of yesterdJay has a long article headed "The Position of tbe Locofocos," in whi«h, like the Gazette, it qaotea from every man and every paper b^t those'itshould quote from, in order to shjpw our true position in regard to the Tariff. The Advocate says thai it was '.he "notorious determination" of the locofoco party to destroy tbe Tariff, and that this intention of theirs was the inducement that made Mr. Clay step in and plan the Revenue laws down tq? the horizontal duty of 20 per ceut. We are at a Ios9 to know how the editor ^ the Advo...

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