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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 13 September 1842

READY MADE COFFIN WAREHOUSE, Fourth 1 Ht. 'via doers frerm the C S. Bank. K'u Tru-^iilo. Undertaker , respectfully informs (he puiilic-Uiat he has reiooved Ins ready maiie cotiUi warelionse to the wilding rcccnUy occupied liy Mr. B. G Hvrioia.nWr>.tl > opposite bis old stand, wherf; lie i* always prepared to aitend promptly lo any orders ii> his line. ;ind l.y Miicl jitenlionso all the details of the liusintft; of an I'nder taker he hopes to merit public confidence! h'e >vil) be jucparefl nl ALLHouns to provide Kearse?, Kitre. Carrinpes unil 6*fefJ requisite on the most liberal le.mB. Calls from Hie couiitry tvitlhe promptly aitenditlio. Hia residence is in ilm ' sriirit buiUlina whli hi? ware liou^e, where those vlio need Ins evicts mny find him iiany time. REreBtNCK.-: W.W. IEH1K, RKV. JOHN SLACK, 1). D. JVOOt RICOLE, KIT. EO1IKRT UBt< II, D. I). JUbGB PATTOS, ' REV. fcAMCKL Wlt.!.!i»e. IJ. W.. B. M'CLURE, P.KV. JO8KE-R KKKR, 4BAAC HARRIS, RE\ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 13 September 1842

PILES cured by the t.se of Dr. tlartlch's Compound Sireirgthening and German Aperient Pills Or. Uarlich—Dear Sir—Shortly after I received the Agency fioin yuu for the sale of your medicine, I foimed an acquaintancewi;h a lady of this place, who was severely afflicted with ths Piles. For eight or tun years this lady was subject to frequent painful altacfta, nnilher physician considered her cnae so complicated, that be very seldom prescribed medicine tor her. Through toy persuasion, she commenced using ywir Pills, and was perfectly cuiei). Yours, JJ-c. JAMES R.KIRBY October 3. 1840; Chambersbug, Pa. O'Otriccanil ^General Depot, No. 19,Sotlh Eishlii Street, Philadelphia. And by Samuel Frew, corner of ILSbeuy and Wood rtreeta, PiUahurgii. " -.. sen 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 13 September 1842

BARON VO5S UUl'CHELEI HBRB PliLLS. — These Pills are composed of herbs, whiiili exert a specific action uuon the heart, give irnnulsu ^r strength trithejarterlal system; the blood Is chickened and equalisetl iiiil3 circulation through all th« vessels, whether of tile £kin, Ihe parts situated inlernal|.v,or the eitreniities; anfl as all tl-e secretlous oC the Viody are drawn from toe blood, theie is a consequent increase of every SKcelion)und a gnicUencd action of thett(»sorlieni> and cihaleni,or discharging vessels. Any morli(d action which mny ha«e taken place, is corr«cled, allj obstrutlions are removed, Ibe Wood is purified, and (be Lody resumes a healthful Male. For Sale WholesaW and Re lailny H.E.SELLEK3, iAgent, B5 P W So. 20 Wood ei. below Second

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 13 September 1842

LIVER COMPLAINT This disease often lermlnalosiii anoJhfrof a more per' wus .n^iure, if pro. per remfidies are no! resiorled 10 in lime. In all forms of thin disease, Dr Ilnilkcli's Compound Strenuth&iiin" and German Apericrit PilU, will perform a perfect cure —first, by c'cansln" lii^ siomaeh and howels, ihus removing all diseases from ihe Liver, by ihe use of «he<5erman Aperienl Pills,after which tlieCompound BtrengdienlngPilts are taken laslve strenglli and lone 10 those lender organs winch require such treatment only to effect a permament euro. These Pills are nently put up In small packages, vviih full directions. For sale at. No. 19 North Eight Street. Philadelphia. Also, forsaiehy Samuel Frew corner of Wood and Llberly sts., PidshurKh fa. Ecp 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 13 September 1842

ALLEN If. It AM EK, Exclia-ngc Broker, No. 46, Corhoi- of (( ocii undTttirtl Streets, Pittsburgh Pe.— Gold, Silver, and Solvent flank notes, bought and sold. Sight cheeks on the Eastern titles, for sale. Drafts, Holland bills,,collected. CKFRnKNCj;3: Pittsburgh,Pa, Wm. Bell S; Co., John Vt, Davis, F Lorenx .J. Painter $• Co., JosepU Wood well, Jatnea May Philadelphia, Alexander Bronson % Co., John H. Brown If Co. Cincinnati, O., Jamef WCondless. St. Louts, Mo,, 1. R. M'Donald. Louisville, W. H. Pope, Esq. Pres ' t Bank Ky. sep 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 13 September 1842

Estate of Catherine McLaughlin. LETTESSof Administration upon the Estate t-f theahovt in e.state, tale of Allegheny City, serened, Tiaving beeihgranied to the mnit-reigned—All persons in-•debted to eairl Estate are henliy required to pay the amount.-; due.andaH hnvina etaims ai'aln*! it to mqkfc knonn the same without dela j lo the subscriber or his At. lorncy, James S. Craft Esq., No. 35 Msiket street, Pitis-Ijurgh. ALEXANDER McLAUGHLTN. August 3 1642.—6t. AdminiKliator.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

Notes fur a Tourist. 'Madam, said a free-sttoken, warmhearted, enthusiastic and quizzical son of old Kentucky, while paying his devoirs to one ofthe famous lady tourists of America, 'Madam, you should have been born in America; the greatest country in the known world; nature has clustered all her stupendous and dazzling works upon this land, and you should be among them! We havegot the greatest men, the finest women, the longest rivers, the broadest lakes, the tallest trees, the widest prairies, tbe highest waterfalls, and the biggest hearts in all creation. 'Madam, go and fee the Falls of Niagara. May the Lord take a liking to you . my dear ma'am, if I didn' t think I'd waked rig'tt up in futurity when I teed that big slantendicular puddle! (Slantebrlicular is an alge-6ra word, ma'am, you* mayn't know it.) Why, madam, I could tell you something about them falls—but you mua'nt put it in your bonk, 'cos nobody '11 believe it. The people that live about there all lose their spee...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

¦ THIS UTEBABT POST. _; ¦ •- . ¦; , ;TheOW Man's Song. Time has Sown swiftly and marked tone with pare; H« bas wrinkled my brow and frosted my ha in HshasfeentttJT lookf 4io*a tfeat oiice turned to , the »ky; He'll soon finish my course * for years rapidly fly. Nor inn 1 alone—he bas treated all thn»; My friends are all marked—he has spared none of os| One by on© we will drop to tbe coh) silent f lavt; Time nerer relonts—he'a no pity lo save. Then watch you, my brother, bo ready to meet ' Tola fell, ruthless monstei, whoso coarse ii so fleel; That when ho shall call and saromon yoa borne, You'll be wiiiling the warninjr and ready to come. ' : JV. YlStandard. From tbe New Baren MKdium. Odd fellows. The following Ode, written ior the occasion,by pi. Fetcival, was sung by Mr.PhoBbus, at the recent celebration at'New Haven, with admirable effect: . Aia—Braue old oak. Odd Fellows we are, in thi* cold iron world, Per oar hearts glow with charity bright; Odd Fellows in deed, for to h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

The compliraentofa fiB&itm -#eMi ade w«a not long since rJaiAtd Mt ^MM^I low here who took unto tiiniwlf 1 juvrt&K female copartner in domestic aflaira. , Up-'" on receiving this attention from the *3faaet - v Iron Band,' the old fellow appeared tod deliveied himself as follows: Old Fellmt'i (OtheWi) Addrtti. "Most potent, grave, 4nii cdrloo* jfouag aoigcnr , . My most unworthy, unimproved good mutatr, That I have ta'en away an old man' * daOg)iMrf It ia most true, true I bavelmarried bar; * ' ' The^Very, bead and foot of ray offenditt^r r- ' HatlKjiiu* extent, or m»re. Rude d» yoa «ereec& | , And little seem yoa blessed with phrase of peue}t For since some seven hours «g°u to-ni ght. Till now tome anj>antwa^wr; you have used Tonr noisy action ' irr confounded fashion; And little do I wish yod now to squeak Moro than a dulcet notice sf farewell. So lit/Je, therefore, t-in'yoa grace my c*nte .; In serenading me. Yet by your music I will a sound; unh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

Extracts frorrf the "Coo^ and * B«di» , A worthy merchant is the Heir ot^~ venture whose hope ' s hang iiiuch up 'onLtne wind; upon a wo'daan. nofs 'e bb fitfes ' through the world, and in a tnfeityigafe makes a path through the seaf he is a dn-. coverer of countries, and a finder otitof commodities, resolute in bfs attefripis; ft*r| royal in his expenses; be is the life of liafr fie. and the maintainer of trade, the sailor* * master and the soldier's friend; be is the; exercise of the exchange, Jhe hpttiiv of credit, the observation of time, and . tia« derstanding of thrift; his study is number, his casa his accounta, his comfort his conscience, and his wealih fiis good name ' j na fears no Scylte; Snd sails dose by Ch8ry,)b ^ dis, and having beaten out a storm, rider at rest in a harbor; b.y his sea gain he makes his discoveries, a. nd front bfcjsy© observation brings the modela>f Brchlfefrtare; be planU thi; earth with foreign fruits, and knows at home what is good...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

tjiOR SAI/E^—40 M Kentucky Sejars, 80 wooden J? bowls assorted sizes. 200 doien 810,1012, 1014 window sash. 30 Reams or Writing, letter, and wrapping paper. 100 pteecs paper hangings, border, $ e. 500-bomw wnftr», 2ff keya white lead. 30 boxes and lbs. of Cotton Ball. 30boxes 2d and 3d quality of Raisins. 20 dox chip hats and corn brooms. 60 packages family medicines assorted. All of which wiil he sold on accommodating terms for cash, produce, and Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and almost atl uncurrent bank notes taken in payment on the best possible terms. . ISAAC HARRIS, Agent and Coniaaiesioq Merchant, eep 10 No 9, Fifth street TJ. POX ALDEN Attorney and Counsellor at '. Law. Offers his professional services to the r.it izens-of Pittsburgh and hopes for n share of public patronage. Uewill execute all kinds of writing with neat ness and dispatch. Cases In bankruptcy attended to on reasonable terms.—Office in Smiihfield street, at the house of Mr. Thomas O'Neil, lo whom he refem. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

Tf 'ARO OIL;—Tha Subscriber wonld man respectfully M-i Inform Ihe public In genera that he has an article of aLrd Oil ofa superior quality,manufactured al the Cincinnati Oil Manufactory^ R.W.Lee^- Co,»wblch U warraji ted lo be equal to the beet Sperm. Oil, both for Ligttt and Machinery. This Oil is entirely free from any glutinous mailer, smoke, or nnplrannt odor, anrkll is as clear and as white as spring writer. Not a particle of crust is left on the wick. The light ig pure and hriifiant, and will last as long. If not longer, than that from an equal quantity ofSpertn. Oil. TheYSUhscriber informs Ihe public that he has lak«n a place nearly opposite the Post Office, where he will light tip several different lamps eve;y evening, and he would respectfully Invite the inhabitants of Pittsburgh, Allcgheny.and their vieinity, to call and judge for themselves. Be feels confident they will be convinced that the above statement Is perfectly correct. Out of two hundrediqdividnala who have tr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

^^ PITTSBURGH + CLEVELAND A .Tj^t LilJf E* ; . I tfl"'jJlGTlft ^- arrv'A " JACKET MICHIGAN, aS6£2fiS«?fisB f- B- BOIES. Matin-.. RUNS daily (Sunriav9 excepied,) between PITTS. BURGH k BEAVER, leavinz Beaver at 8 A. M. and Pittsburgh at 2 P. M. provided with Evant't Safe ty Guard to prevent Explosion of Bailers. This splendid and fast runsing Steam Boyt rrasjoat nee n co nip let ed expressly for Ihhs trade, aud rails In onpeciion with | CLARKE S; Co'a Pittsburgh and Cleveland Lint of ¦ FBEIBBTJiJfD PASSAGE BOATS, daily to Cleveland, Ohio. Or down the Ohio canal to Mos«ilon, ^ e. and Erie Ex. lerisioiL1 Line to Greenville. The Canal Boats of this Line are lowed to and from Piltstiurgh direct, and Ihe businets conducted (in the most jirompl and economical system., Having a connection with lite Pennsylvania Canal Linus to Philadelphia ami Baltimore, and Steamboats running down Ihe Ohio river; also, through our Agents at Cleveland, with <C. M. Reed's Sieamboals and several Lake ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

REMOVAL,.—(Jeorje Armor. Merchant Tailor, respectfully announces to bis friends and patron?, thai lie has removed his establishment from his, old stand, in Third street, to the corner of Front and Smiihfield, in the basement story of the Monongnhela House; where, he intends keeping on hand a general as. sortmeut of Fashionable Goods, suitable forGetr tlemen's wear-. ; He hopes, by close appliralion. to merit a share of the business so liberally eMendrd to him al his old stand. N. B (laving made, arrangements in New York and Philadelphia, with the most Fashionable Tailors, for the reception of Paris and London Fashions, customers may rely on having tbelr orders executed according to the latest style. \ GEORCE ARMOR... sept 10 ! "^ PITT SBURGH CIRCDLATING AND EEFEBENCE LiBR ARY of Religious, Higtorica',PoI!iical.Bnd Miscellaneous Works, wjll be open every day, Saubatb ex. cepled, "roro 7 o'cloqk, A. M.,until 9, P. M.( In Ihe Elchange Building, corner ol St jClalr streei and Exchange...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

»TEW LIGHTS. -- The Home Ltag*U*mps! Highly In. 1 » portant to the Failic.—TheBatiiK'lien, Aaents for Carr's Patent Lamps for burning HOg ^ Lard or other fafty stibslances. havejusi received a quantity of the Lamps, to which they wou'd respectively calllhe atlenllon of the public. They arc peculiar!} aJafll. ed MMhe present hard times, as it becomes all parts of the community to economise in all thin??; and In offering their Lamps tothe pabic. Hie sutisrritiers feel fully satisfied, and are ready to satisfy Hie most incredulous that in using their Lamps there is a real saving of at leasi 50 per cent, overany oihft Lamp now in use, and a certainly of having a light equal,Ifnot snperior, to lhat obtained from ihe best Sperm Oil, and, unlike IheCamphine, there is no danger of exntosion; and the consttucliun is fo simple, tt:at it tequires tittle or no experience lo keei> them always in order. We would most particularly call Ihe attention of people living in the country to exam...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

¦ JOHN B. GUT1IRIE, Auciioneer and Commis sion Merchant, Ji'o. 106, corner of Wood Sf Fifth sts. Pitlsbjrtrh; flavins been appoinled one ot* the Auction-,»frsfoi the Cily of Pilsburjli. tendt-rs his services to jo'iliers, innnufiitl nrers and dealcrF. who may he disposed lomake trial of this market- He is prepared lo mSke -idviinces on consignments of all saleable commodities, and trusts lo-ali-ly cofrcspondents by quick sales, anil -ipeedy 'and favorable returns. That Hie varicus interests which may ie confided lo him, shall lie adequately protected, he I'rings to the aiil uf his own experience in business and acquaintance with merchandize generally, tbe services of Mr. Sakcel Fa[i.nestock; brretofore advantageously known, as an importer and dealer in Hardware and Cutlery, with whom a permanent msasement is made. Kefkii to Messrs. M. Tiernan, Pres'l. of M. Sf M. " | " Bank. | " Darlinjion If Peebles, | " Roherl (Jalway, I " James M. Cooper, I 11 ' James Mny, I R. M. Riddle, } Pit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

0 MORUS MI'LTICAULUS. in lots to suit purchasers; lo be disposed of by I F. L. SNOWDEN, I No. 134 J.iherly street, head of Wood. II A BOOTS, Flowers and Flower Seeds of evn description, can ulwtiya nr had at lh« niug slure 4,r F. L. «N0WDEN. B 1H1 Liberty street, ln-ndof Wood. Hj?. Illinoia Annual Matitmoih O:,ion ftvi, for ^Br al ihe Drug and t=cc(l store of ^B , \ F. I. SNOWDEV, ^B 184 Lilierly street, head of Wood. ^EnsTN E^V JERSEY SWEET ^ POTATOES , ^m for seed ; just received by P. L. SNOWDEV, ¦ No. 18-1, Liberty head of Wno.l.T. B^ TOOLS, consislinjibf Hoep. Fancy Bpmles ^¦ ns[ilantin; Trowels, Rdding Tools, Bml-ling ^tvuiini: Ktiivc?, Pruning Shears, etc., just re-¦ d for sale by F. L. SNOWDEN'. H 184 Lilierty street, head of Wood. BE Venison Hams.—Just received a small sup-• of very choice cured Venison Hams, on retail uAUfor curreoi money. tj i ISAAC H\RB1S. Agent, mtfS and Com. Wcrcliaivt KTE Dttich Clover Seed, Orchard Grass and »entuck y Blue.Grass, always on hand and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS.-' A foil supply of Landieih's Garden Seeds, always on hand, and for sale at hie agency, the Drugstore of F. L. SNOWDEN, sep 10 184 Liberty street, head of Wood R. I>AVID WARD has his office and residence on Fourlh Street, nearly south ofthe Court House. second dwelhnzfroin Rossstreet. He will faithfully attend all calls perlaitiinj to hia profession. Night calls should lie made at the door above the basement. sep 10 REMOVAL— Mailhew Jones, Barher and Hair Dresser, has removed to Fourth street, opposilethe Slayorsoffice, where he will be happy to|wait upon permanent or transient customers. He sollcllsa share of public patronajr. BcplO REMOVAL, —Wm, A. Ward, Dentist, has removed to McCii'lougltVR. Hiree doors I'eloivjrivjn street, one square above the Exchange Holel, Hours of business , from 9 a. m., until 5 p.m., after which hour he will al tend lo no one except in cases of aciual necessity. He would further inform those who may Ihtnfc proper To empl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

lj f *A3Sf8'S CAMOMILE PILLL8.—ABBAMJ , BAH J- CLEMER, residing ax 66 Molt stieel. fTew'Tort", was afflicted, with Dyspepsia In its t»o*t i>lttH|MM, tttmt, Tbe symptoms were violent beadaBjmiiJML-tfeblHiyr <ever, costiveners, congh, hear t, butitipf'l!, tbe t«j»t kWUtainkttt always after eating, ImiKftMtappetiie, sersattoit " of stalling at the stomach, ftmo#<§>fgae, iraosea, with frequent vomitings, dlnlnem io«u$d«atttu andrestlenets, Tbesebtd continued tip. warilaf a twelvemonlb, when, on conraltiug Dr.Wro. Bna*. lOOjOhaibam street] and >uhnliUng to his ever ^ dJeaiaf »nd agreeable mode of Irealment, the paiien: *ra»isonipletely restored to health In the short space of onenoolh, »nd t rateful for tlie incalculable benefit deriv. ed, gladly came forward and volunteered tbe above Mate For salej Wholesale and Retail hy ¦¦^: ¦ R. E. 8BLLERS, Agent, BepIO No. 20, Wood street, below 8ceond. A j»ICa»aiENT.-Wllllam Moody, of Ihe city of ^Li fitUburgh,m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

» MERICANHOTEL.-UoinerofSmliheeldand 1 Sl Third Streets, Cily of I'illslmigb, Pa. Jajies S Clark, (formerly of the iieed House, Erie,) Proprielor. The Interior of this House is entirely new, together with the Furniture The (louse is large and conimo-I dinus; hej rooms and parlours are | leasanlly situated, , being light and airv; fronting on two streets, which is a , desirableohject lo those that put up al « Hotel. This " j dense is siiuaied in ihemidst of Hie business paHof the city, within two squares of Ihe regular Steamboat Land-I inj.aiid in the same Blork of Ihe Stage Office of ilhe dif-, fcrent Lines of Stages. Passengers pulling up at the above nnmed Hotel, aud wishing to lake passage in ei-; tlier oi ihe al-ovelinf s, by making I heir intent ioni known. c;u> Ivaveiiuir se,\ts secured williout anyttonWeor in | convenience tu mem. Likewise those wno are going 4>y I Canal or Steamboat can be conveyed with thelt baggage j free of expense,to any of their placesof...

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