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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

irs * 2 «^k PITTSBCEGH % CLEVELAND iQi j Tg'.^fei 'g* "" ¦ " PACKET MICHIGAN, ^TalH tTTU f- B. BOIES. Matter. RUN S daily (Sondats eicertfed.) between PITTS. BDKGH f!E\VtR. leavin; Bearer al 8 A. M. and Pittsburgh at 2 P. M. pravHtd with Era** ' * Safe fy Guard to prevent Explosion of Bailers. Tins splendid and fas=l ronoinj Steam Beet bas jost seen cample, ed eipressly for (b is trade, aud mas in : onneelion wfl h CLARKE If Ca 's Pittsinrgk and Cleveland Lint of FBEIGBTAJfD PASSAGE BOATS, daily la Cleveland. Ohio Or (Sown Hie Ohio canal to Mas< , ~e. Ex. lermon Line lo Greenville. Tl-e Cana' Boats of this Line are lowed to and from PiilsMirzh direct, and Ihe lmfinefs conducted en the mo-t i-ronipl and economical sysleir-. Having aconnection with ibe Pennsylvania Canal Lines lo Philadelphia and Baltimore, and dle^miioafs running down Hie Ohio rivenalso, tbroa;h our Agents at Cleveland, with C. M. Becd'3 Eitamboats and several Lake Vessels, and iheTroyanii Uicoi'an and B...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

J OHN B. GDTHRII3, Auoiooeer and Commw sion Merchant, JVo. \06,earner af W»od If Fifth tie. PUlsbxrgk: Having hern appoimed one of die Aueiiooeorf fo> the Ctiv of Pilsbarfb. lesdera bisserviccsto joV bers, manufacturers and dealers, wbo may he disposed to make trial of this mark*- He I- preparwi to make adrarfces on eonsirnmenie of all faleaMe comaaodities . and irastslftsatisly eorrFsoonaenls by quiek sales, and speedr "and favorahle rrlnrns. That the various interests which may ne confided lo him, shall be adeqaaiely projected, he brings lo llie aid of hisowneiperieoeein hosineswand acflsaititance with merchandize jenerailr, ibe «rvices of Mr. States' , FiHjtxsTOck; heretofore advantajeoasly known. a« an iir.porter and deaWr in Hardware and Cntiery, with wlioni a permanent en?a:ea«en1 is made. Kepeb to Messrs. H. Tiersan, Pres"i. of Jl. f U. ~) Bank. | .. Darlington If rechlea, ] " Bobert (Salway. I •• James M. Cooper, I .. James May, I R. H. Biddle, } Pituborg O » Wm Slo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

^|LP ESTABLISHED ESUSRANT OFFICE, NO. 61 VT SOUTBSTP.EET, NEW YORK. Ji' e* Tarlawd Livcrftal Cnxmxrtial Lineaf fatkeli . Sailing ITetklf.— The Subscriber would respectfully inform such per-cons re-id/n; in this ennntry «are desirons for sendln: for •heir friends to cotne oot from toe old coanlry, lhat he continues as araal to make engagements liy which passengers are brongnt o« fn very moderate lerms . in First • la^s Snips, sailins from Liverpool weekly, and vroald assure perrons desirous of coming by Ihe above Line, thai as agents or first respectability are engaged at Li vernool, ibrre will be do detention whatever at tdat point. He is also prepared al an limes so famish Sight Drafts for any amount to assist in pieraiTin; passen-cs Tor the voyase. payable Ibroozhont the United Kingdom.ard in case the partiesa«reed for shonM decline coming out, the nassaie money shall be refunded without redaction. For fart her particulars apply itby letter lo JfJHV HEBDHAN. No. 61. Sooth »...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

J mmm rus ~ ^^^M^M^^^^ wMwmm^ fti - ^ rJXHESuk«1i«wiovT«gn»adearrane eia«at» Man, M Aft Aaerfcaa HxaMadarer and Mttsborgb MercaryiatooaeioanaUaavecoacladed to pattfisk a daily paperwrtJi tbeiilleofthe DaUmMmi pt Patt, ; The tead«g object of in "Post" »Sl kc thedteeaiioav tloa aad defence of the politicai prlnciola thai have Kre-»ofcre beta aulntalned hy the Ediiors, in their respective f>r««,aBdiaelr best eflbru will still besen Med to ihe Mvaaeeaaea. and aaecea of those dodriees. -M ** t**n*h i» ooMtics, the pass wife be thoroaghly <«e-oo»lic jret (be Editors hopefb y givint an boucst, caadJA history of pasting Political emM*. Forai-a and DMOtte Intellijenee , nd brief aoiiew «f all ssal «««Bd occorrrnees that co»e properly wii bin iheenbere ofaPuWic J«araal, toMfceUwir papei wfflcieatiy in creating to enlitle it to the patronage of the public, ir rtspeclive of parly eoaaijfcraiioas. ^ In ajMHloB lo Ihe political ai^eeoeral aewaahat will ha fo»»d la the "Jfarmim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

tvj. J. WESTON*S"Ve;eiahleEipecloraniSj-nip,»B M-9* jnfallihle nirefor wlioopinjcoorh. Tbk disease is mostly confined to children, and u aitended with a tnflbcatln- e»»gh, iiid a deep*lirillsonnd, called a whoop; it come* on wilh difficult breathing, thirst,aonrseaoaand con-h. with difficoll espectoraUoo. The violent eier lions in coughing bloat the face, which tarns porple,and the eyes swell and become prominent. , Consomi tian ofles dales hs oriiin from this disease, which has lihhcrtohaffled the skill nfth- most aj>le physicians, bnt now by this simplj vegelaMe medicine this dislmsirg and frequently destroclive «Ji»rdercan br- cored in a few days- Tfeoosandshavegiven il a trial and in no cafe where used according lo (be direction has it railed. l-o=eniog ibe viscid mauer and making it easUy eijiectorated without surb violent straining as u invara My experienced by liiUe soflcrers by every mode of Jreatment that haslieen recommended. Coagha. colds.eonsamptiosS asthma. «;e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

TBfe urrBatXHY gtkilrf . Tl«e SaaaaserH seae. '-— *- Tfce amtmtam * * goot—aai evety atowvc ' Ikat wara4 to beasUtnta ttMtao, ' flu bloomed |U totaf, to lovely boo^ ~ ¦ " A«i soedfta Htgnoet, aad U gatw. ,-. Tfco aotntaei' * ymo—«od maava fcafe- ' Toal baoVUed wtth the early mull*. " Huaeeaita btoaaona trrt^fatir ope 7t To witi r er Uko a blifbted tiuB^l The stimmer'aKme—ar«| many ajieya That bri ffbU* abone, u{ tear* *re ahflMdajli And heartsihat loved ttty wttbered is . Or worfe tfcaa tan*, wy fnjfdaawelattaW. *the cummer^ poo«—bat saaa, afaiv, Shall Much and breaths ttpoa (be a^r , Tlie enamored flower, aod pann ' il^i f laay . Sat those I lore will not be taeM. "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

DB , J. B.TIBBirTS, Retpoctfolly tafona the eitizenatof Pitiifcorjll and viemijy, that tie bas relnracd lo tbe city. Be ber*« w sbarelte eoinUeace of lib former patrons and Ibe p»Mie generally; »cd saiieita » rrnnratofa nttrtiea af >t*ir natroaagc. Ia eonsexioa be would otoerve.lbal iheoperaikm of tttbolrltr, f« hnakraj-thesloBeialhe bUiUerand alfc)»l»ettn» nus of with tbe ariaej »• every wneafctoaBaaaalnj tfcetlernoiliBtereM. He hopes lo-TrteaJ lb«»e«efii ofU*br«»eb -f Ms Bfleaaiaa io the aflloed. Stridarea, pheasA -of taeHaaHer andsWoers ^-wliiibotetsioaallyfcabw ^- wiU likewise metre aUraltoi. , . i< - 7 Tboie froai a djaiancc frUbiag Jarihei' iatorantioa • fl apply nerwally.or br fetter, or it aesirei can be iiiLUaamnilatrJ at bbrawWllaf ,1a a mirei part of ibe otr, ^ThM,mawtemFmf.mmiUkrjnr9U. ««i»10 T B*ri si.TnUnertr«Uwl.F»tt aTgb. Wbole-J. rte«U«el.H GnKera^Deatar >• *«^J"« e—ptaers ana (beaabUe(eaeraS*.I*at»*a*a1««ai IjMi teaaerba^teea. be ba*nceatly »...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

H irifiBY—JVV- 121. Carmer cflTnrfaai Frcrt . Streets, Piuatur^k. has on hand a complete as"•"""i- f Qo'-rntrirf Fiiiird lo tlie rity or connlrv und^. .AJ*n. a rhnire selection of pa re white and gold tanti I1INING ANDTEAW'ARE. in targe or small seis, or MTraralf pirres lo soil pnrrtmsrrs. A ra>w of 46. 60. or 84 piere sms. superbly painted anfl r»'F Ensti-sJi Cliina Trtiware. al verp lorn priGei*. Toy T^iware. plain, and rich psinied andgjllx fr"— 1,00 to $5.00 per set C! > iW«^*3 J»ri *r -'"'««'l *="brt .i ^~"- ¦«™"*:'ni w 'lh splendid American sceaiery printed in bl<ie and hteek. A large variety ofSiicamlioal Dining and Breakfast «lf, imported lo nraich. complete. Fire Proof stone baking plates and dishes, from the Derbyshire Potieries. Flint aod Gre*-n Glass. In all tlieir varieties. Window Glass, of every siwv Paten' Bocket « . Tohs and Kerters. s?ione Pipe Brads. ?fc. *c. 4-c All of which are. respwtfnlly olTerwi ¦« Ihe pnh. i hiii 261842l zbt ¦ ] * 1^ °...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

ILIPS & w H - SMITH ' 1« of foov * rim sts. fejTW COT3-ft'» le111 '1 Wnt* ><•' B0)!L [ .aod Wannfaclnrer l'LT a , ttaraw oftce.oiiadoabh frWO n^ LLAfiS a year, in ad. L *. SIX ^ CENTS. ko f^dTerlising. Jf TWELVE LISRS OR LE.«P: F o.iO;CJnf noo'S. ¦ ?^" \M, T^ n.o.,ih,. ' -00 IJOiFoor nwmte. «•»" [ 3X» Si. »»-"•• ?$ h ADVEKT15t«EST5-tlELl it r:iur«t. m ^ i 7V» Sfrcrei ¦ WnsM: f.i *"""¦ s2 ~l^ ¦J5.C0 i Out r«'- •"-"" Krofnui" J>rr.rr.n-on. Ef.- n [>oLL±r.< a yur. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

To Betsey S**»«s. \j lariy girl I Din lav yn; Wy carat you la pore i t r>^ it woo lus wot wad i da i liitok ide ner bout di to 13ets i axed o tu iav ale bui a told aje a (.oddest ide lav you like tsrke diu a Ire. bat then u ivd labaddent i lase my hand rite nift Ay bart an sex beU i lavs u and ia >u ukes a worser put to a i will pros Ira o waost i luvd a noiber girf Hur name it was murrier but betscy deer my lor for Q is 15 limes hire

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

FABS1 FORSALB - —ThenodeisisBed offttn for sale a iracl or land situHed 4 mlle» from Freepon, lo ihe direction of Kittanntni. Buffalo "lo«m«hip. Armftroni ronaiy. containing 100 acres, 65 cleared and und>-r good fence; 10 of wbien are in meadow- a »ond sqn^re loi dwelling hnuwand caNn barn erecled thereon—an apple oichard of 80 nearinr trees—and a spring of cicetlenl water convenient tolbefconse-FOR TER MS apply to tlie sn'-serihers residing al Ibe Saltworks on the Peon-ylvaBta Canal, 1 miie above Free""" .^p lO WM. 4- PHILIP BAKEB.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

_______ DAVID CLARK. Jtf't. Saskimable B»ct Maker,— Mas removed«o So. 34 Market sireet. between Second and Third street*, where lie wnnd be happy to f»-e bis olrf customers, and all otbrrs »l>o feel dl=jrosed lorralronixe him. Be use3 oothin; bnl Prst rate stork, and employs «he best of workmen; and as he jive? lire constant personal alien!ion (obusiness, he iroslslnal lie will deserve and receive a fair share of patronage. u>n in

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

WC|I I\ ^ — ,-. «^, r-.-, irrma. . —v lie on the most favorable trrms. Jan , are— > T ~ 1. FOX ALDF.V JHtarvcy a-U. CaxaselLrr a' • Law. f ffi rs uis profivssi'Mial services lo tbe citizens of Pilifhnr;h and Imnes for a share ol poWiepatrona-r Hewill eierui » all kinds c( writins wilh Beat ness and dispa'eb. Cn« in ftankroplcy attended to on reasonable lermf.— Offire In Snillhopld sireet, at lb« honse of Mr. Thomas O'Seil. lo whom Ire refer*. wp ,0 T.J. FOX/lLDK*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

FRUITS'. ICECREAM. «• CONKECTIUXABJ.-A Honker respectfully informs bis friend* and Ihe puW'tc thai they can always find ihe best qqalhy of lee Creams, toselhe? wttH ai; kind? of confectionary and frtiitx. in I heir Feitton. at his establishment—Ko. 11. Fifth street, hetweso Wood andUarfcft. - N. B Parlies supplied on the shortest 'notice, m- itti cakes, or anything in his line. Also families faroislied will: Bread. «ep 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

^^^^^^^^^ j^^^agma BY Mo,-rl»>n If Co London, for «ale ooly by f«. S. Wkkersnam, corner of Wood street aad Virgin alley Piitsnursb P». and H. Rarwootf. Beaver Pa. who "usolea-eni for Western Pennsylvania. srp 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

&U Sorts of grfrfass. Gen. Sco' t insists on the Whigs holding a National.CoBvenlion. ' Burton has opened the Baltimore Theatre. More scared than hurt.—A Mr. Johnson in Philadelphia, was assaulted by a man in Queen street, who demanded his purse, when Mr. J. drew from his pocket a large ligalia segar, and making a noise with bis mouth like the cracking of a pistol, the ruffian wheeled about and cut dirt in double quick timo The Presbyterians in some planes aie adopting the customs of the Methodists. We observe notices ofseveral Camp Meetings in the West. • > Miss Harriet Martimeau has declined receiving a pension of ^£800 per annum from the Premier of England. Shesayshehas no right to bestow public money al his pleasure, while the people are in such a suffering condition. Democratic Editors, who wish for the success of democratic princip les, shouldn't •'play into their enemies' hand9 by quarrelling with each other. ^j ^Please copy.—Boston Post. Why is Jack Fr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

CORHS SP 0 X99SKCS. Philaoslphia, Seijt. 26, 1842. Ho*. W. »V. Iaats, . Boar Sir:—At a roeoling or the fnonds or President Tyler held in Ibis cily, llie uiif'eraigned were deputed a« a committee to invite yua to acoept a pablio diiiner, an a slight testimoni il of their esteem for you personally, and admiration of your course in Congress during its last session.. They feel that thia manifestation of r.rgard is due to Ml by your fallow citizens of Pennsylvania, as • didia/nilhed member of the "Corporal's Guard, whose lobora in defence of the President from the oniast and mali? nant assaults of the adherents of Hwiry Clay, ha»e entitled it to the applause and gratitude of every republican in the Union. To destroy the character of a man whose whole life crive evidence of F°!'> tical honesty, consistency, end patriotism, and to degrade him as an imbecile, tho mosi violent and wicked measures, and the ' grossest vituperation ani skrfder were reported to, and the country agit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

THtproprleio uof Um^^^B **» *«„,«¦«»„ tj^^ and the P«troin8f (h4se ™°^^M and Ml eta *. ww^J^^H AJBTDAS^ ^s^^B Neceaorjr >o » job Prlmi^JJ^B E^Si Pampblet,, ' m ' rI^H 3U WnWJM Stage, SUantnt, «»j Ctt|| ^H Printed on ibe .hortai nolle,, ^H WerBapecirolly uktli. p.^^H the public in general | n ihhiJ^H Pitlalnirsb.Sep:. 39,1MJ. f^H w«a5« Court House, tfn Gram m,^' ^^H Surgical Instrn miM 169, concr of Lii m,J^M J CJRTirRIQHT ^v^M • til'Xen8ofPiiL,bii,ti1JM~J^M dtnory patrona;e lie ha^-f^^B si III to merilaconilnuaiiM4 ^^^B mirwtf to mannrnciur,a!| irltW^H superior iounyii,,n , ofl)l( , tw^^B ami .hat Piii.si»^^;/ ,w/m ' ,J^H SHEFFIELD OF ,^M The subscriber liM|n. Kvith^^H Five Hock of Home Mtnnfjnat^^^B Western Counlrv, woo lmi|i(1 ^^^B ofSiirgeons, DeniiMssnil Dtig^^^ Instruments. '^^^^1 Hardware MerchaniiMg kt .^^^ Rankfrs, Tailors, H aUprunjj^^^^H ot 'Pnirnl Shears,fc.Stt. ^^^ Ami ibai htscstaii'Mima^^^M the ca?h principle, per«sns taiZ^^^I imcn discover Hip ailvanumlii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

©AlLfiWaiiP&fOST Tms. nuLun $• wm. h. «mTa,P)iTOBi ai»p raofairraa^ TUESDAY. OCTOBEH < J842. see r»rrt Page. Sectlou Boats. One ol ihe objections that has been urged against the "Truck eyaiem," is lhat the section Boats would not carry a sufficient quantity of frei g ht,to remunerate Uie transp orter for his 'Kbor. L We have been assured by persons engaged in the business, that this is not the fact, and a reference to ihe amount of freight carried by this class o' Boats, willsho<vs that the objection is untrue. A single instance will suffice: Last week a portable boat called the "Conequenessing Valley," Capt. Karns, departed for Philadelp hia, from the warehouse of C. A. M'Njuliy & Co., with a eargo of325 bbls. of Flour, at SI per barrel. 75 boxes Window Glass, at 50 cents per box. , Making in all 176,200 lbs. This is tha greatest load ever carried in a portable boat, &we believe there are but few cana4 boats of any kind, capable of carr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 4 October 1842

Of^orwompti on on Monlay tbe. &inst.,HiMfl.Mt*iv danihwrofPe!er Pflhn«s.oeic,|n.H«. S3d ^M«fft«r«gft n . . ^? ar»™Hoi«n<»i -.rtne 4fcmmtd new Jpttimily tbvfled 1 loalteud iht filflf ill fhm Mrt,«»tf1«iw« f^!Tr«^M? tt»"rtti»«*et,»!&reeij Market ids ftrry «reett,«( 3 o < efoc!tiblHl$*nfo». .. .... " K&u - . . W«&ve to. 'i j|^Iog iwXo tbe »**W»<C«ie followtnj; comn>nnfcalioo, lor banB|r detcrinff its publication to the preteot lime. In (be harry of bvsiamtt >t wM<nisla«L*nd not foapdjiatU yesterday. Wo would at the same time cal! the •*• tentioti ot (he benetiMeni to tbe object of the wrl ter, and ur<re on all who have tbe means to lend their aid to*be noble chhrity of the "Society for the relief of Indigent FemeJes." "He who giveth to tbe pour, lendetb to the Lord," is a pions ittcentW8.tochari»s-, «od « mare worthy object for the exercise of th ' sdiyina virtue cannot be pressoted to the benevo'.enVh...

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