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

DR. FRANKLIN SAYS. - "All acute fevers ever require some evacuation to bring Iheovfoa perfect crisis and solution, and that even hy stools, which musi be promoted by art when nature does nut do the business itself. On this aceoom.an ill timed scrupulousness about the weakness of the body is of bad consequence*; for it is that which seems chiefly to makeevacu ' atioos necessary , which nature atlempis after me humors are fit 10 he expelled , but is not able to accompffchy for Ibe raost part in Ihese disease?, and I can affirm, that I have given a purge when the pulse has been so low that it could hardly be felt, and tbe debility ex. ireme, yet both oneand the ether have been restored hy Ti." Tbe good effect to be derived from ihe Brandreili Pitls have to be experienced to be fully believeit By ' theirllntely use neither the srarlet, the typhus fever or sn.all pox would ever assmne their malignant form. To appreciate lo the full extent,the incalculable benefits of BRANtmETH'S PILLS,...

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

Secketakt's Office, > Harrlshurgh, August 24lh, 1842. J SALE OF THE CANALS AND RAIL ROADS BELOXCIKG TO THE STATE—Notice is herel.y gl-{ven-ltwtis yarstiarrce of the seventeenth, eighteenth, jMMtaenUivaA twentlei* Sections ofthe Act of Assembly mjmi\*SmS7f^*f of J°'y<1842 - P roposal* will lie rec-l ^^. ><a>1j||W%rfttlinent nntll t lie lam^a y of Novemte^ipiP^4f all and each of ibe Canals and BwdpUtei tt (heCommoBwea'Uh, for whlcu WBmmffiw&ffim*!!! be receive fa payment. ^^^i*» dRllr«mT*tt!O»pany is required, tpeclfically, to flfi»r*li«-n artfeafer-tttte of Canal or Bail.SoaJ which Jt ipyassTre 16' tSteStath tbe amount of itinU Jrispecilve f0Eta<tMrefo>r,fli6 given and snrrrarnesofliflf^&^roed In Iht «Rr, together wljh their place or ptiuttt'drt^sidence. In ami thatthe satrtbmay be laidWo&^Mnejrt Legkatorfefv -'•''- , ?6 " The proposal* mast BeseaJad opanS JBrtete^ to ibe Bectetarj of eotnmohwealih with a^init...

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

LIVER COMPLAINT cured by the use of Dr. Hnritch's compound Strengthening and Aperient Pills. Mr. Wm. Richards, of PiUsUwrsh, Pa,, enliiely cured of m the above distressinj disease His symptoms were pain ' , and weishl in the left side, loss of appetite, vomilins, acid I eructations, a distension ofthe stomach, sick bead-achi-, furred ton»ue, coutitennnce etianffed to a citron color, diffi- f. cully of breaihinj. disturbed resl, nt'ended wiib a cough, | ] great detiillly, with other symploms indicating prrat de- [ j rnngement of the functions of the liver. Mr. Richards I had " Ibe advice of several phy^ ' ciani*, hut ri^ceived nn l ( relief, until usinz Dr. Marlicli's Medicine, which terminn. ted in effectin« a. perfect cure. Principal Office. 19 North Eisluli Streel, Philadelphia. , For sale in Pittsburgh hy Samuel Frew, corner of Llher ly and Wood streets. spp 10 i Cincinnati, Feiruanj 15, 1840. j 6 Dr. Fw»twk—Denr -ir:- Permit me to lake the liherly of writing lo you at t'lis ti...

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

LARD OIL.—Tha Subscriber would most respectfully inform the pu-ttic ht senera tin*} he has an uriicle-of aLn! oil ofa superior qiialily, manufactured at the CincinrratVOU Mannfact*fy,hy a^W.Lee ^ Co.,wMt-hU warranted to be equal to ti>S bc*l Sperm. Oil, both for Lieht-and Machinery. This Olfeer.tirely free from any gtujtfnbus <qalle.r, sraoke, or unpleasant cdor, and It Is aa cleaTand as white as spring water. Not a panicle of crum is left on the wick.' The light is pure and brlKlant, and will last as long. If not longer, lhan that from an equnl quantity or Sperm. Oil. The subscriber informs Ibe Mbdc that he has taken a place nearly opposite the POMOSce, where he will linht up several different lamps vtttf «venlRg, and he would respectfully invite the in habitant*of Pittsburgh, Allegheny,and their vicinity, to e»t» «M Judge for themselves. He feels confident they will be convinced that the above statement is perfectly swrujl, Oat of two hundred Indlvidnala who have t...

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

TTTFERESTING CUKE performed iyDr.Swayne' * X Compound Syrup of Prunun Pirgixiava, or Wild Cherru. Raving made use of this invaluable Syrup in my family, which entirely cared my child. The symptoms were wheezing and choking bf phlegm, difficulty of breathing, atte/ided with constant cough, spasms, convulsions, f^c, orwhlchl had given upall hopes of Its recovery until I was advised to make trial of this Invaluable medicine. After seeing theeflects it had upon my child, nnd concluding to make the same trial upon myself, which entirely relieved me ofa cough that 1 was afflicted witb |, for many years- Any person wishing to ' see me can ca at my house in Beach Street, above the Market, Kensington. J. WlLCOI. DB. BWAYNE'S SYRUP OF WILDOHEBB.Y. We call the attention of ibe public lo the- numerous certificates which have heen In circulation In our paper and some others of this eity, highly recommending Dr. Swayhi'b Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry.—We hare seen the original certificates, and...

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

— ¦—. ^—^—_—. UN IVERSITY OF VIRGINI A—MEDICAL DE.il P.AETMENT The plan ofinsiruction in this dp. j < p:irtniem ofthe ITniverstiytpresems peculiarities not lo be ! fuundin no oilier Bchool of Medicine In tbe]Union. The: 1 Lectures commence on the^r«tof Oct o be r, and lerrni- ! nate on t>ie 4th of July enSuIn?. j 1 Owing lo the length of the session, which embraces a ' ; period of nine months, three Professors are rnahlert to I perform all the duties which in other medical institutions 1 are usually assigned to six;and the students are seldom ' required lo attend more tliau two lectures on the same day. By IhisarrangemcntHhe students have an oppor tunity of being well grounded in Anatomy. Physiology, and other elementary branches of Medical Science, before Ihey invesligute th;ir applications i« connection viith thestitdy of the practice of Medicine nnd Surgery Immediately before each lecture, the students are subjected to a full and and rigid examination on the prece...

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

A BOON TO THE HUMAN RACE!— ''Discover what will destroy Life, and you are a great man. "Discover what Kill prolong Life, and the world mill cattyou Impostor." "There are faculties, bodily and intellectual, wttfcm us, with which certain herbs have affinity, and over whioh they have poioer." Dr. B. Brandreth's External Remedy, or Liniment, which, by Its extraordinary powers, abstrocis Pain or Soreness; thus Sprains, FttrT Sinews, While Swellings, Rheumatic Pains, or Stiffness, Stiffness of the joints . Tumors, Unnatural Hardness, Stiff Neck Sore Throal, Croup, Contractions of tbe muscles. Scrofulous enlargements, Tender Feet, and every description of injury affecting the Exterior of the Human Frame, are cured or greatly relieved by his ncver-to be sufficiently extolled nmedy. CicRTmcATR.—The following letter from Major General Sundford, as to inequalities of the External Remedy, speaks volumes: New Yoke, Feb. 9,1542, Dear Sir—Will you oblige me wilh another bottle of yuur excellent ...

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

fWyo FEMALES.—Theresa large class of Females in -1 this City who from their continued sitting, lo which their occupt.1 Ions oblige them, are affected with costiveness which gives rise to palpitation at the heart on the least exertion, sense of heaviness extending over the whole bead, intolerance of light and sound.an inability of fixing the attention to any mental operations*, rumbting in the bowel*, sometimes a sense of enflocniion , especially after meals when any exertion is used, as s o1n;r qnickly op stairs; lempre fickle; these are symptoms which yield ai once lo a few doses of the Brandrcth Pitts The occa. siona) use of Ibis medicine would save a deal of trouble and years of suffering. One, or i«o,or even three of the Brandcelh Pills just before dinner, are ofen found highly beneficial; many use them eery ndvanlngcously in this woy; they aid and assist digestion, restore the bowels to a proper condition,enliven the spirit?, impart clear ness in the complexion, purify 1 he b...

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

^S^i^—^^—^—^^—^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ r^^^^^^^^^^—^—^—^—^—^p^^l^BM^^^rifjAiH^ RBBfcBi D Eier MAPB COFPIM WAREHOUSE, Fourth JDfc «*»*»^«r»/«» a« V. B. **•*> ""* «^ "i«b, BT*l»r(«i«r,re»peetf»lly informs the palUie tftat In ,M« renored his ready sude eo«n w«feb6%» to tbe •am** recently occupied by Uu *.«. »*ford,dlrwtly •j»O*tteliis •Idaund, wherebeistfwaysprepared to at-•nidpfBmpUy to»»y orders^ hhjlljie, a»d b/ tulrtat-Wtti«a to all tbettatkHrDrtke rnuioen of an Undertaker »<ftwp«»ioaefitp*blreeotiftdeneei He will be prepared ¦ " m'm.mmm » provide Haanet, Bier*, Cartages and -«wb» re^itsHe on tbe most liberal term*. Calls from ibe OTMtry win be promptly attended to. at« »sUence la In the same building with bis ware bMsa, where those who need bit services may find him ataay time- wtrKKiNcn: ».ir;«wM. »«v. jom »t.*oi.». p. - ' i«M»»itt»Btl, »«V. B.OBERT BBOCE, D. B. JroHS r*TT0N, msv. samoei. wtu.tA«»i d. » ' . ¦ v«'ci«M;, - bev. jose«i »«««» r. iiUti ntMB.it, «ev. ja*es m. ...

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

B ¦ | f WILLIAM BBKD. JWmtatf T«ii«r,~ResjeM«gi informs his friends and ibe public In. .iM 4bat be ha* eonmanceU tmhrtta at Ho. 11 Market raHl second door frota tbe corner of Front, where be hoc t^M •trtet attention to betVots* to Beiit a «hareo^ pwB palroitage. ' ' W , f t. B. TtttUtot fastaraj msteiif ratthrediibe^ Ic may depend m hwhif (Vth work exceated Mcoratofl ii . ihe t«lat«tyte. - " ^ ' \ . ' **plfj .s^v .' J - ^s&e&vsag^ss^s^ oCMOstargti »a« Its»rerntty low she has. *ttif*t A *• - net from Lsodoa, with * bsayUfkil assortment of MfflnB. rj «ttte aemtt-atjrle. Her toonexion there »W «tall times eaableierloiirtrodoee the rsteig fashion and should the l^toshonor bet wiu> a-share of their patronage, she pledges benelf to keep every thing or ibe most stylish description, *od pay strta alierrtkro to economy. . it la with confidence Mrs. T. recommends her French and Lotulon nods Corsets; also her sptendM assortment of Embroidery, which is superior 10 any...

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

1*y fZ. BB^s- WHITE LIME, a superior article, for 1(U sale by J. G. % A. GORDON, sep 13 No. 12 Waierstreel. VAJUETY.- Just received from New York, 9000 Temperance Almanacs for 1843; 5000 copies of the Journal of ihe American Temperance Union and Youth's Temperance Advocate for September* Also, 2000 Christian Almanacs, andagood.assortment. ofl»oomia'< M««aeinenndPmsliBijh .aiKi the Franklin Magazine and Com. mon Almanars for 1843; by the gross, dozen or single; 250 copies of Grom'sNew Pittsburgh and Allegheny Business Dirctory and Strangers Guide, for 6i Jcents. Also, Cottage, family, School and Pocket Bibles and Testn. menls, David's Psalms; Welliodisl and Temperance Hymn Books; the beauties of Harmony, Introduction to Sacred Music: Mason's Harp with round and patent notes; Christ. Harp,and almost all kinds ofSchnni Books; Guno's Domestic Medicine; Day Books nnd Ledgers; Wriling, Letler, and Wrapping Paper} blue black, and red ink, by the gross,dozen,or boitle;steel pens, q...

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

VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR S\LEThe subscriber offers for sale, a} the present redored rates, tbe greater part of his real estate, situate in lite cfKe.s of Pittsburgh anrf AlrVgcteny, viz: Ybree ofli.'s Brick Warehouses, nearly new, a> t ' subslantially bui'l, situate on Market street,between Second and Fiont.embracing a front of aboul 54 fern by 60 deep. For sale en lire, or separately lo soil purchasers, and. upon long cret ' its- Also, a select building lot in Allegheny city, 64 feet in breadth,hj npward of 350 feet In depth, having l»o fronin, one on ibe Pennsylvania canal and the o*her nn Washingion street. Also. Ibe lot adjoining tbe above. 100 feel in brcaritb by nearly 350 feel In depth, Including the large and ele sant mansion house which I now occupy and outbuild ings. Also, a lot wilh two twostory hrick storehouses, situ ate 011 the corner of Market and Front streets, subject to a moderate ground rent, and now occupied l>y Mr. Hoyl asagroeery. ALEX. BKACKENR...

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

REMOVAl»—The undersigned begs leave to iuronn tbe public, that *ie has removed from his old stand, to the corner of Penn and SI. Clalr sis., opposite the Ex ' change Hotel, where be has fitted up a large Piako Forts Ware Booh, and now offers for sale the most splendid assortment of Pianos ever offered in this market. His pianos consist of different patterns, of superior Hose Wood and Mahogany, beautifully finished and modWed, and constructed throughout a( the very be^C ma terials.whlch .ror durability, and quality of lone, as well as touch, he warrants to be superior to any ever seen here. As he has en l arged Ills manufactory, and made nrrange. oneutslo supply the increasing demand for this instrument, be respectfully requests those intending to pur. chase to call and examine his assortment before purclia. sinf elsewhere, afc he Is determined to sell lower, for cash,than any other establishment east or west of the mountains. F. BLUME, Corner of Peon and St. Clair streets, seplO O...

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

KBW HOTEL. —The subscriber respectfully informs his old friends and the public that he has ppeaeu a Temperance Hotel, In fifth Street, near the Exelnnge Bank, and in the house lately occupied by Matthew Patrick, and baj hoisted anlronSi gn,-The Iron City Botel," where he will tie very hacpv to accotnmod«1e all who may please to call oi him. His i.tiilo ¦ball be provided with ibe best fare, and every possible aeeommodalion lo town and country customers and traveler*. A few boarders who wish to lodge in their stores or of. 0CM, can he taken, and gentlemen who live out of town can have their dinners daily. B« has large and good stables, and the best Bay and Oa((, and a good Hostler, and will accommodate traveler* sjnd gentlemen who have horses. Boarderr taken by the day, week or .year. Charges more moderate than al any respectable Hotel in the city. ¦MiO JOHN IRONS.

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

: — — W 11,1.1 AM D1GBY having '« WJ business of Diobt * H"1 ** )! Liberty street and 42 Market sw*j I hanks to Ibe numeroos frieifis «»J arm, for tbe very liberal support "^ tended lo him,In connection «'"\W wishes to assure them that every «v merit ihe continuation of tbe ^"'' ^ peciroily Invite.their attention w Clothing, which be intends telllM: , than has tieen ever offered, «'"•£;* the whole of the stock of Ibe !»>e ° rf • ible; ard as be Intends to eonlW-° , cash business, he feels confide"' , surpass his stock, eHber in encap" oessrf workmanship. $$ Please to take noticetbjte""1 ?' tared in Pittsburgh- _^ SAMUCr, MORROW. #"*?£/£ ^»« /r» irw,J«;D 0W ana * M*r*<t StrtHi- -f*j£ In his line at the shortest n*^ and others are elicited W «»»'» » < of wares, which wiUbesold «»? if10 |

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

H. S. »AQl»W .'SCO. P. HAMU.TOX. MAGBAW 4- HAMILTON, JIUormtft at Zote, have removed their Office 10 the residence of H.S. Ma. craw,on Fourth st, two doors above SmUhfietd. sep 10 ?~~ jTiOFriN ~ wTREHoirsE—JV«, TOT-Tfiw-i Vy Street, BelveenWood and Smith field sts. Two doors from the corner of Wood street. Con. slarilty on hand an assortment of 100 ready made C&FPltlB, of every sixe and description; covered ones, witli Cloth: Mahogany, Cherry, Black Walnut, Poplar, and Pine Coffins. ALSO, Flutes neatly engraved; Hearses .and Carriages furnished; Graves procured; and all services 'rendered that friends may require. A credit given in all cases, either of coffins or carriages, requested. HENRY BEARES, Undertaker, sep 10

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

PILES cared by the tse of Dr. Harlich's Compound Strengthening and German Aperient Pills Dr.Harlich—Dear Sir—Shortly after I received tbe Agency fioin you for the sale of your medicine, I formed an acquaintance wi;h a lady of this place, who tvasseverely afflicted with tbe Piles. For eight or ten years this lady was subject. 10 frequent painful attacks, and her physician considered her cose eo complicated, that he very seldom prescribed medicine for her. Throush my persuasion, she commenced using your Pills, nnd was perfectly cured. Yoors, £c. JAMES R.K1RBY October 3, 1840. Chamberebm;, Pa. (£T*Oflice and General Depot, No. 19. North Eighth Streel, Philadelphia. And by Samuel Frew, corner of Liberty and Wood streets, Pittsburgh. sep 10

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

RBMOVALi. —George Armor, Merchant Tailor, respectfully announces to his friends and pairons, that be has reraoved his establishment from his old (land, lo Third street, lo the corner or Front and SnllhBeld.ln the basement story uf the Monongahela House; where heinlends keeping on hand a general as. sortsMM of Fashionable Goods, suitable for Gen •lenKsn'swear. B«! hones, by close application, lo merit a share offhe bsllneu so liherally extended lo him al bis old siand. N^B Having made arrangements in New York and Philadelphia, with the most Fashionable Tailors, for Mm retention of Paris and London Fashions, cnsiomers may rely on having their orders executed according to tha latent style. GEORGE ARMOR. serit 10

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

J. K. MooRHKiD. G. E. WuRNER. J.PaIIO'ER. UNI ON COTTOV FACTORY, A lleghe y City, at the end of the upper bridge. The subscribers having commenced tbe ¦o.tnHfactnre of Collon Yarns, Slocking Yara,Coioa Twine, Candlen-ick, Carpet Chain. Baiting, 4"c.,and are prepared tc fill orders at the shortest notice. Having selected the latest nnd most improved machS nery.and employed the manager who hasaitended to the Hoi-e Factor * for the last five years, they are uianwfaeluring a superior article. ~A: Cotton Warps made to order, Orders through the Pittsburgh Post Office,or left at tbe store of J 4- C. Painler % Co., Liberty streel; or Logan S; Kennedy, Wood street; will meet with prompt attention. Address—J. K. MOOKHEAD l[ CO. sep 12—ly

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

LIVER COMPLAINT.—This disease often lernilnatcsln another of a mure serious nature, if pro. per remedies are not restorted to in lime. In nil forms of this disease, Dr. Harwich's Compound Strenstheninj and German Aperient Pills, will perform a perfect cure —first by clennsingjhe slomaeh and bowels, thus removing all diseases from Ihe Liver, by the use of theGerman Apcrieni p;ils, after which the Compound Sirengdiening Pills are taken locive strenglli and tone to those tender organs which rennire such irealment only JoerTer! a permament cure. These Pills are nraily put up In small packages, with full directions. For 3ale. ni So. 19 North Elpht Street, Philndelphia. Also, for sa ' c hy Samuel Frew corner of Wood and Liberty sis., Piltshurgh Pa. sep 10

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