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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

PROSPECTUS F#r •aUutia; ««» MtaUfPqtr im tkt CUyf Pilt* *«»?*, t» *c **tilied the DAILY MOMINC. POST. Sobscribers made eawnts rTWE Jnving arraa- to merge J tbe Aawrican Maaafactarer ami PKLsbsrgh Here* ry into one Jooroal. have condaded to psWisa a daily paper wilh Ibe title oftbe Diilf JUtnitg- rit-Tbe leadin; oejerst of Ine -Post" »ill be Ike dasessinat»n aed defence of Ihe political principles that ban Heretofore bets maintained by tbe Editors. ¦« their respective papers, and their I*st efforts will still hedevoied 10 tbe advanenaeet and suecese of those doctrines. Attboo«b,ia politics, (fee paper will be thoronsftly aeasocratic, yet Hie Editors bope. by givin- aa boaest, candid history of passing Political evenls, Foreiin and Domestic Intellifenec. and brier notices of all reattersand occorrcnceslrai cone properly wilhin Ibesaapre «Ta Poblic Joorral, to make their napei sofiicieol' y iocrestjnt to entitle -U to the patronage oTtbe paWie, ir respective of |«8rty cotuaderati...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

DE . i. WESrOX'S FesetalUeEinecioram Syrnp,sn infallible enrefor wlioopin* coQ^h. ThU disease is mostly confined lo children, and is attended with a snflocalin; ron;h. \nd a deepslirillsODnd .caJled a whoop; it comes or with dr&cuU breat Bins, thirst, hoarseness and eongh. witb dinicult expectoration. Tbe violent exer lions ia con:hiu> Moat the race, whieb runts pnrpie.and the eyes swell and become p<omJn<^it. Con=n*nrtK>n oflen dales ii? origin ftoni thhc drarase, wh^ii has hiilfcrloliafnVd the sttill pf ih- most awe phrsiciaas. lait now by Ibis *nijpi: rrKliiKc iredirine lhw disirmsinc and fre<]oently deslruclrve disorder ran be cared iita/ew <iay9- Ttamsandsnavegiren it a trial and in no ca?e wbere nsed according lo the direelion tias H foiled. J-o=enm £ ibe risr-jd mailer and jnakin; it easily expectorated without ssrh vnilent straining as is invarta-Wrexperienerd by liule soflcrers by every mode of ireitment lhal hasb«eQ recom...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

1 f*1O THE WTSE-—"is now well nnderstood how 1 ranch disorders of lite mind depend for lbeir cure sporia doe attention loihe body. His row understood how vatMhle is thai medicine which will remove morbid »ecnroulatuuwivithoni weakcaln; the bodily power. It is I now nnrteraood that tliere is a reciprocal infloenre be. I1 wren ibe mind and tbe body. It is now nnderstoed that pnriinr wilh tlw Brandreth Pills will remove a melancholy, aad rvm issaflity is cared by perseveritisK Bsins them: H is now aodcrslood how mocb donv^Jic happ>- VssdependsaaoalbekealibyconditioBof the digestive or»ans. : It is now well known that the 1!rar<dre!h Pills have cared thousand* of bopcless aad hetniers persons, even [ when lh« first pllvsirians had pronounced them leyond i all human means of relief. It is now not only well j known that I lie Brand ret h Pills so core, bat it is also understood; how tbe; rare; I hat it is by their purifying eSect on I be btood Ibyt Ibey restore the I'ody t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

JOHN B. GUTHRIE, Auctioneer and Coiomn sioo Metchml. .V* 11)6, c*r*cr of ITvcd %¦ Fifth *ls. 1 Pittsborgk: Having been appointed one of ihe Anctlon-! eersfo, ihe Cily of Pilstairth. tenders bis services lo joV i here. mamifaciorerF and dealers, who may be disposed 'to make trial of this market- lie i> prepared to make 1 adrance? on consi^nmenis of all rateable commodities, and trnsts to sati-iy corrrspondeuts Uv quick sales, and speedy " and faroraWe tevorns. That the various interests which may >< confided to him. sbaij he adequaiely protected, lie brings to ihe aid j of Ms own experience in business and aeqaaiatajiee with I merchandise •enerallv, tbe eerrices of Mr. fimrii. Fahkcstocs; heretofore advantaseoosly knewn. as an j importer and defter in Hardv r are and Cutlery, with ; whom a permanent ensazement is made. Refeb to JUes,-n!. M. Tiernan, Prrai. of M. % M. ) " Bank. | »* I»arJin*ion Sr PeeMep, \ " BoherKJsinay. I •' James M. Cooper, I Jame^ Slay, ( R...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

••BBaBnnamBBvanaaMaaM ^SfiMKanMi^BaaHKaS : 1842. JgH| ¦ PiutiMrgi ami Better Puektt jfflt '""" JBhj,,,- Stoimt» *t rjWrTa '^''"ii n L"tf-"" hem phill, mZut, HAS commenced hvr regular trips, and will no daily {Sundays Mee^ed.) Leaves Beaver al 8 0* tlqck A. H., leaves Piustargh al 3 o'clock P. M. eoanects atJSeaver with tbe Pennsylvania and Ohia line of Freight and Packet Raoal Boats between leaver, and Cleveland Ohio, aod CreenvSte, Pennsylvania. Leaves Bearer daily at 6 o'ei .oek P. H ¦ Tbls line connects wilb lwo daily lines nn the Pennsylvania canal in Philadelphia, a ltd w.lh l:ir New Tort And Ohio lineoo lite Brie canal, and New York and Ohio liae and Ohio canal, al. so wiln Fleam freight aad passage boots, bri-s and rfhonners, on the Lakes. The proprietors of I In? well tiMn line will he prepared on the opening of oariga-;?on lo Iran-rfvon roerrbaD-Jile to any of ibe in««rmedi. ale ports on tbe Peaosylvama aad Ohio, and Ofiio canals; 10 any port on Lake Erie, and Ihe Upper L...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

OLD ESTABLIS0ED EHI6RAKT OFFICR, SO. 61 SOUTH STREET. SEW TOCK- JTem Tort*** Livtrpeal Ceamrrdal Liwetf PmckeU. Ssi.'rup H'e«*iy.— TheSahsrrrher wooM respectfully inform soch perrons res»din* is this cnttntry ns are desirons for sendin* for ' heir friends lo rare out from the old roonlrv. iliat he conlinnes as usual to make ensaK«nents hy wliieh passenprrs are bro^sbt out pn very moderate terms, in First eta's Ships, sailiosfrom Liverpool weekly, and would •jssnre nrr^ons desircm? of coroinp by lh<-almve Li«e, that aiagrnis of first respectahility are engaged at I»t verpool, locre will be ao detention whatever at that point. He i» also prepared at all times so furnish Siybl Drafts for any aroosnt to assist in picparinj p.iss>>nse,s for the voyage, payable ihronshonl ihe United Kingdom. ar.d in case ibe parties agreed for should decline comin« nut, Ihe passace moaey shall be refunded nriihoat redaction. Forforther particoJarsapply it by letter lo JOHN HEBDMAS. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

GREAT .a »LEOFPE.V.VSrLV4.MA USDS, Jr, BY AUCTION.—Will be sold J>y pO!>lic Anrtion . wiihoni rrserre. forcas&.lo dose 1 he concern, at I lie Hall orilteSarlboroajhrhapel.in Boston, on Tuesday, the fotirik. day of October next, commencing al nine of the cloct in the forerfmn. All Ibe property oflhe I7ni;ed States Lsnt! Cimpany consist in-of aikont 140.000 Acrrs ofE»«dand weil watered Farming and Graxin^ and very valuableTiuil»er l^nd. lyins in Jeffer. son. McKeaa and Clearfield counties, in the Pi ale of P*-nnsvlvan*a—on parts of winch it^err- is abandonee of Coat.Lime and Iron Ore,and rr.anv Mill seats; And of Ciarms aeairj=t sundry persons for land sold tyinff in said conniies, that are considered «ood. And or Stock and Tools on a Fjrm in llie lnwnf*in ofBraJford, in lae cooniy of McKean. in raid S^!e of PennSTlv»r.« The land will he snld in lots (o saH parcljcsers, ccn. fainin; from a'>onl 120^o 5000 aer*H?. Furtlwr pnrliculars will be madp fcwnirti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

tswi Ta ^d .Waunfacinrer ifeNJ l.; * Four f,-..- ](i_00 ; H 3.<*<\ ?<¦""'¦•¦¦"¦ i;.oo ; ^B A.iw - o., ' !<•- ¦ : ^K ^riVEKTIsr- MrNTr I M? r"^"""- '™\ ¦p-E - ~ *» feg^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

By Morrison Sr Co. Lohdon. for sale only Jiv S. N. Wickersharn, rornfr of Wood ^si ret-i and Virgin alley PittsnoTih Pa. And II. nonfood . Beaver Pa. who is sol e ajrent for Western Peonsvlratiia. p»-p 10 FVKM FOESALC._Thea'i.lPi«i=i.p.loriVrs fursjilpa iraet of tand ?iiuated 4 m«le; from Frpppou, in ihe direrlion of KiltjnniT,*. Butfalo * lo*»'n--hip, Arraslronconnty.coBlainiri" HtO acres, 65 cleared and n'"tpr food fence; 10 of whicn are io mcarfow— a rood MjnarP lo* dwellirty hod*eand cahin l»arn erected thpreon—an apple oirhard of 80 hearing trees—and a sp.rifis of excellent waier convenient to I he honse. FOR TER MS apply to the sohscrflwr* re«idin» si Hw Saltworks on tiie PeaDFn'lvania Canal, 1 mile above Preeporl . sep 10 WM. *• PHfT.IP BAKEfi.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

.-pVVABBLe HASCFAUTOKV.—ratrSrkCawfieU re-1M. s^ectftllvanjaalois bis rrteadsaBdmi: poMlic ssruerally, that he haieommeaced ibe H«rM« bast»e*sai (be coracr of Fifth aod Literty stf ^ «rtcrewfl i be c««s«aotrj osiund. tomb Moses, arartel ]decef, tWMMtsFBts, bead tad footsSeaes, UUesialHfor calwaet ware, aad every aliieSea|iper>aii>m-t« the basineas. Be will warrant life War t taibe«tell dose, aatt Ms cfcarse* wW he ¦Mderaie Pe.iw»gftjltyas*«a«tareof oaWie patroaage. stp 15-J ASJBSAv ITEAZKY. Ktrmmrdhtf mmd Qnsoawawa JTtreMati Agmt .ftr Sleaatoai Otensaad ami fXnssyWaia usi Ohio tiae. Having resMd Hw tnrekmn» fcraserly «cnrpM by «irsQtii;bam * Co-, JI*. 6» iraterSiwt. Usmttm Waa*as4SBhbttM.4a input* wntwite stf fbnmuw «ob4*u amT pen om lb» OMa*r pBms^SsaaBJHHj-^vS^MB ; ^^BJ S^^b^rwHjss^SBb^vS £p SBV^bi -.mi-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

¦EVANS'S CAMOMILE PILLtS.-ABRA SU HAM J. CI.EMER. reoidfnf al 66 Molt street . Near York, was affltcied witb Ovspejma hi iis owe* a<sranied form. The ajmploms were violent beadache, ereal deWlity. feveT, cosJiveDtss , cr«ijh, liearu ham, pata| in the chest aad stomach always after ealim impaired appetite . sersalMm ofaiRkiag at tbes:osMck, furred totif ae, aaasea, witfi fraqoeat vtmttiags, drxrinesa inwards »l*bl and " resOenesB. These fcad csoUn»ed na. ward of a iwelre jpBBIli, when, ear eaaCTttiog Dr.Wn. e«*a*. 100CBaUnuB«ree*, a*d SBhartliag to his ever >ace>s>ral«edaereeatite sMMle of lnaMaeM,Uie patiea; was «oapMeiy teslored to health in tlw short space of ones*oa«ai ,«adsra>efnl tartheiaalcateUehtaMAderiv. ed. tbdly caae bmnl and mtaatecred ite akoycauu F»rsa4cinM«9aIea«ISeisH •> ¦ , "^ -' . * - *-* 8KU.raffl.Asan. •eaviQ Hf^o,Wooituw,hti9w eoemi.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

DC , J. E. TIBBITTTS, Respeesfsllv iaform the citizeng»f Pittshsrrsaad viciBJry.nMlbehasreronird to ibe city. II* tents to share the confidence of Ms fo-TBer patrons and thin rmWic genjcrally; acd solicits a reaewal of a portion of tbetr nainwagpL (a conarxiBD he wooldctbserve.taat «he<i»«rati#jhbt JJUwtrBy, (or breaking lite stonetntlw ntadOr a«hf ajlwrinp «lo pan of with ihe ntiaej is every where oma^ttn Ihe deepeft iBKrest. ne dopes ta extend tbe hacil oftfebVascb B fhis professioa t» the arTieJerf. Sritfore*. ffiseaaps of tbe RUier aad KHiwrs^ wnlckocririoa^lly feflow.— will likewise receive aUeoiion. " ,^, ^4 Those frasa a 4tstatiee wistiinf fa«|p«t Jaforaatio" srBl applv personally or »T ««"«•, orjfifc j prrl caa Se aaommoclaled at bis dwelltB-.la a rrirtetJMrttf «*• «- ty, o» Third, betweso Perry an* WneWyfK *rp 10 "i^n " ^jr-~at-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

J BITZ, Ste. 141 Wberty«««. &&&• **"*=-• faleaadEetaa 6mw and n«a«»*Hi»'»Ia Uo* aadSaHs. G>a»aa4 Castiae*. BtyeatiHtr j|tln*«»tfi owo«ieTsa»«thep«WteSea«r30T. i»«ti«a<Waoti»o foraser tasnw »«• tes KMBtty aUclm U^K tmi eaMta mm !¦¦¦»¦ i »tr qjftr^f^-' \ **p n> i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

FBCITS. ICECREAM .* CONFECTIONAET.— A Pnoker respectfaliy informs his friends and tfc* pablic that they can always find ibe heat qaalitv of l« t>eams. to-ether with at; kinds of ronfeeiionarr and fruits, in their season, at his esiahli.hmer.t—No. li! Fifth street, between Wood and Market. X. B—Parties wippVied on (he snortert " noriee. wfcil cakes, or am thin; in his line. Also families furnished wiih Bread. «ep 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

.. FOREIGN HEWS. -inetfrittsQ vtueen, trhion arrived at new York on the 27th, does not bring any additional intelligence of much interest. We make the following extracts from the special correspondent of the N. Y. Union. The papers contain Jitlle of interest.— Thejmannfacutring iJistricts were still far from being; in a settled condition; and though but few instances of violent, outbreak had occurred, daily events prove it at Manchester and- ihe manufacturing towns and villages in that neighborhood, peace is kept only by the powers of the military and civil force, who are constantly kept in readiness to act at a moments warning. The powerloom weavers still, with very small exception, remain out without there being a prosp ect,of any speedy return generally to work. Methyr-Tydvil has again been thrown into isoine confusion and disorder, owing to ihe conduct of some of the more violent of the Chartists who were dismissed from sever.'I of the works after the recent turn out. 1 Fr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

Mr. Tyler aud the Bank Question. On Saturday, the 24th ult. under the head of "Important Disc'osures," we; published a statement by a writer in the N. Y. Union, that Mi. Ty ler had, during the canvass of 1840, designed to declare his views on the Bank question, but had forborne to do so by the advice of certain whi g members of Congress, among whom was Mr Biddle, of this city. To this charge Mr. Biddle replied in a letter to the Gazette, on .the Monday following. It appears from Mr B.'s statement that the letter to Mr. Tyler was from certain democrats of this city, and was viewed as a snare laid for Mr Tyler to entrap him into a declaration of hi3 principles. Mr Biddle concludes his first letter with the remark that "there may have been nothing discreditable to Mr Tyler in his wary course on this occasion," &c. We pass over this fling at the policy of the Harrison Convention, who dictated this "wary" course, and ciwih to other matter, which shows more plainl y what Mr....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

PRiNTmfl * **Cor ner ofjp^ Ths proprietorlh "^~~- ^M and MxsoricTrara top*, !' andthe paironsofihosep, !^H and we " »•""<¦» •»of.BM - ,tf ' *^H *«»^ n^v^ ass® Aaa ®?s%^H Necessary .o a Jub rTl«Mn .^^^B mTERPliS "S;». °Pl S^a llMdM»». u»l%. 3U Unbt^M Stag: Steamboat, nd Cml St^^M Prin«cdon,l,esl,o,1,s, nolin , lni| l i^M U/a l>mi>\Anl ('1.11 . " ^^B^B^B^B^B^B^ ! ... "=.¦""¦»"»>«||le patron,^™ the public in gener,, in ,Wsl,ta8^M Pittsburgh,:?*,, - . 39,\841 I'Uj^H W iLu.ix ^/.SR r A ;^^H BakeweM's HniMi,i°s , -~i^H Court House, on Grani such ' '^^^H I'ltTSla RGU^^H us ^^^ Surgical Instrnmenn^B 1GS, corner 0/ I.Ut- .|,,/^^B J CJR TITR/OUT n\n* <*^^ • dozens of PllUhur;h,uj <,^^^ dinar .v pai rnna:c he ha^iirrdi' wJ^^H Sliii to meril ;i conlinualion 0' I ht^^^l mined to manufacture all nr'icbit^^^l superior to any tiling of Hie kindn^^^l aiul ibat Pittsburgh shall ivelltte-i^^ SISEKFIEl .nOPi^H Tha subscriber having a! )Y*yito^^^ sive Mock o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

Rough Stealing.—A bill passed the U. S. Senate for the relief of John Henderson, the PP/tig Senator of Mississippi, and two others, allowing them nineteen thou sand dollars for damage ullege<l 'o have been done to the limber upon their land at Pass Christian, in 1S38-39, by the Indians, in course of removal beyond tlr? Mississi pp i river. Now the facts are, a* we gather them from the Natchez Free Trader, that the Indians were encamped upon about twenty acres of land, covered with a species of dwarf p in», not worth the cost of cutting. The land, if put up for sale, wouW not brinqjifly cents an acre . Upon ihe encampment, there was not <a solitary tree fit for timber, and none of any kind was cut, as the Indians used the dry dead wood and under-busb, which were easier of access and belter suited to their purposes. Besides it ia not the nature of an Indian lo cut down a tree . No injury of any kiud was done to the land, nor, indeed, was it capable of being in any wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

ui xiacitiuia ¦' , " ',' S22S222SS . . ¦ ¦ - = NtcholUon bands. as loe lint? wr o o»re m ae ' approacheSj tbjB excitement in the counties where they Ha becomes more intense, and the strongest determination is expressed by the present holders to. resist the contemplated sale. In Beaver, Mercer, Crawford, Butler, and Venango, the excitement is very high and the people appear resolved to resist the proceedings the Comipissionera at all hazards. A meeting; was held in Beaver on the 23d insl. at which it was resolved to appoint a Committee to wait on the Commissioners, anil explain the titles by which they hold their lands and represent other facts showing the injustice of attempting to deprive them of their hard earned property at this late day; As we stated, a few days since, this N'icholsou was among the first of that class of apeculator^that has increased so rapidly within a fewyears past, and who have infljjeted so much misery and distress on thousands of honest men, who unkno...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

.. L^——Bloody afiaii-at Louisville-We leitjj th-it some few dajfa ago, Henry C. Pops msdes» »petch" at Lootsville. Said sjieeeh was repotted by L. BHsb, jr. and published in the Joorm.1. Gadfrcy Pope, editor ofllie Sim, de» raanded the author, as H. C, Pope was in bad health. Prentice furnished ; it. B'ifS was met and shot by Godfrey Pope in front of iho Washington Hall! Pope is in jail awaiting the issue. Of the situation at Bliss, the Jounml of Sept. 2Sih thus spfaks 'of oar poor fc iend Bliss>, who, in all prubability bus received his death wound, we need say little now. Ot his many virtue?, we can ppeak more properly in his obituary, vhieh occor. ding to present appearaances, we shall soon be called on lo write.' We srnce learn by a passenger on the mail b iat, that as lie was leaving it was reported thai Bliss tt-aidead; What a dreadful work is this.—Cm. Sun, JO^ 'Hie wag of the New Bedford Bulletin relates the following story of Hon. Dixo-i H. Lewis, member of Congr...

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