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

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

BY Morrison $¦ Co L'ndon, for sale only bv S. N. Wickersuam, corner of Wood street and Virjiu alley Pittsburgh Pa. end H. Ilarwood, Beaver Pa. vhn is sole ageni for Western Pennsylvania. srp 10

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

J BITZNo. |141 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Whole • sale and ReJail Grocer and Dealer in Joniala Iron and Nails, Glass anil Castings, Respectfully informs his customers and thepu'ilic generally, that in addition tohij former business ha has recently added a la ge and eboice assonmeat of Grt^eria, wb-cli he oflets for sale on Ibe most reasonable teriu». -. t sep 10

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

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

iiroiBuinncuMinc Muujr uvMi«Mt>. BESJABIN BHANDETB-S PILES. JCr Thto vegetable Mdlraly Innocent medttloe.sonincs th« Bioon, »nd Immediately slays the further nt-Buns or mnuk, in toebodicsof those phase powers of life arc not already exhausted. Where haman means can avail, there scarcely te nny conipkiinl . or form of sickness,Ihattbc En.andrkth Pilis do not relieve andt generally cure. Although these pills prodnce 3 uiowx KrrKcr.lhat effect is not 10 prostrate lbe body, as with other mtdidnss, but Ihe frame la Invijoraled hy the iemoral of the cause of weakness, the morbid, the vitiated humors (com lbe blood. ' . r Harmless in themselves, they merely ¦ ¦ • ' .. AssiSTtUroRi .. . - - . - .. ' ; ¦¦ ' . To throw out ihe occasion of sickness from the body, and they; require no alteration in the dieter cloiblng. In fact, the human body 1>better able to soslaln wilh. ont lnjury»U)elrJclemency of ibe weather, while Under the influence oftbis infection destroying,disease era...

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

t: i, ADAH8 WILSON'S, TnUe, Ctkmrtie, out Af dati Dftpeptie PILLS, itrignU partieutarit for $*%**Ui Btai-j3ch4,Dgtpepns , ContHfttim ofthsBov-•*fc,*«. '. -'¦- ¦ ¦A Jotlrt C««TffictT« no* tu'im PhysiciaJis ov iCiHo^rtoi, Pnun Although seniimenuily opno-*MM0t*»*Mte system of secret nostrums and Patent Medicines, vn we hare for several ytaw part rroem «MmiwU»r. ft. A. Wll«n'« Fills to a number«r Auilente f Jefferaoo College. M"l other lodivld«als aud (Buiitlcs ¦•a coalmen CMOartU Medicine, and having a knowl--«Vja or Mieit composition, and bettevlrtg Ihut they will, nm*s» ease*-answer the Indications proposed by die BMfirietaf, ««4 knowing Hurt they are prepared by a mgvlMijr educated ami intelligent Physicianwe shall •^continue ch«etf«Uy Urecommend them In all appropri *Me«tm. "•• D; S. STSVESSON, H. D. J. V. HERRIOTT, M. D. II. M'FADDB.N. Xairaflakargh, July 8. !840. A CAta—We.therataenlat • Ministers oftheGos-*»et, and members of the Pittsburgit Animal Conference "WMbeMelhodisl Ep...

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

U NIVBKJHTY OP VlBClS^e—T«« MXtarmlob fif this lokiKttMon'wlJlcwotaww* o* ibtlst^»£j or October, and terinroaiexm the.4»«f July Allowing. T%e «chooi» oC Uw Oni*ef«ltf, wliutjwlr respective ZTototore, are: I I 1. Attcie,8lT.angoajg«>s—Dr.Geraner Barrlson. . 2. Modern Langoatcs.—Dr. Chaile»Kraitsir. : 3. Moiheimaiiui.—Wr. Edward H.Courlenay. 4. NamralPhiloMphy.—Mr. Wm.B. Kogera. i 5. Civil EngiucerlBg—tlie subjects of which are pivideil lielween llie'Pf i Ofessora of Malhcmatlcs and Salural Pliilosoply., j ¦ j 6. Chemistry Bud Valeria Mcdiea.—Dr. Jahn P.^m* met. ¦ ¦ . ; • • ¦! .:- ¦ I ¦ I ¦' ?. Medicine.—Dr. Henry Howarl. , ' 8. Anatomy and edrgery.—Dr. James L. CabeJI. 9. Moral Philoso«by.— Mr. Georg* TusKet. i 10. Uff Judge Hfenry St. Gep. Tucker. j in butt) Schools of laogoajeaaie als* tattgltl Uw Jl^erainre of the respective laogoagesand Ancient a«i Modern History; in lh« School of Mathematics is luj-»- ded mixed Mathematics; (a ibal of Engineering, Minen.lo gyandGcolo-y,...

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

^IRE f eOOP I ROS CHfiSt**«W«»toi*-*!f ' Jt . J' Jfc£r&m&%?:, -Bh>tt ttruit*b,iie-Smitja*id ifiwwt .JPJttaW**.1 ; ¦ •"'H' ¦ ' '¦ "¦'¦ ' ¦ :¦ ¦ •¦ ¦ ..? "' - - ¦¦ ---..:.:- . - .. : Pittsburgh, June 18,1839. Mr. Joint Dekkiho:—Dear Sir~-BtLv ' mg been present, yesterday, at the experiment which yoil were pleased lo make, in the presence of a number of our business men, of the safety of your IRON CHE3TS, in ease of Ore, it jives me pleasure to say, that so far as I wna capable of J udging, the test was (air, and tbe result exceeded my expectations. The Chest was a small one, about 30 Inches high, by about 18 or 20 inches in breadth and deplh, and w«b placed on a block of wood aboul a foot in thickness, so as to elevate it about that height from ihe ground; several books and newspapers were deposited Inside of it, in the manner In which Metchants and others would usually place them—a tar^e quantity of light pine wood [slabs irom an adjoining Saw Mill,] was th...

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

JOHN HART, e<ramt>«io« Merchant, Dealt dv.ee and American Manufactures, JiSaditit, Refsu to—Jno. Grier, E=q., Pitlstrttrjrhi ' Aaron Hart, '• James Cichran of R'd. " , Jno. D- Davis, " M'Vay If Hanna, ••' Avery. Ogden Sf Cn. «« Jno. Woodboume, Erq, Madison. '1 VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.—I will » Farm on which 1 live, in Wilklns lownsbif Braddocfcsflcld, containing one hundred and K* acre$;aboul 70 acres of which is cleared, and the '' well limbered. There are upon it three % i*> ard a barn 63 feet by 34; an apple orchard oft*** Also, about seventy acr«s of eoai. Tbe will 's teliw be equal to that of any upland (arm fn iht W«n Terms made known on application lo me «*«i«*>j in the premise*. WILLIAM W MAAC1 1J] WILLIAM C. WALL, Plain avi Pnctl' and Picture Frame Manufacturer, M Fourth Street Pittsburgh.— Canvass Brushes- « $-c.,fbr Artists, always on hand. Lookin; Ota* promptly framed to order. Repairing done at UK est notice. _ Particularattenlfon paid (o re...

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

wit . LiRisin.JR jofirn n. nin.-LARIMEU S; CO., Exchange Broler«, Fourth Street , third door from Market street, Pitttturgh; <jave opened an Exchange Office, for the pn'chase and jsale of Bank notes,Cold and Silver. Bill* ami Notes, nayabl* In the principal citK*s In Hie *Vnited States, collected. (merestpaid on Tikk DirosiTus cf spttie, par funds, «xtd current, hank notes. REFERENCES. TheritlsenEgenerally, riusiiurgh. C. D Invlllicrs. W. flt.Tfiomp-on^- Co., Philadelphia. Carpenter % Ver-Tnilys, J. $ A Stone, New York. Johnston^- Lee,Janfes Wllren, Hallimore. Rowland Ellis, J. S Goodman Sf <\>,j_Ciiicinnait. J. E Tyler, Massul f; Co.. Lousiville. Vp 10 , — €ARF> .—ThesubBCrllver, graleful for ihe very liberal patronage wOlch his school has hnherto received, -"hega leave to inform bia friends and the public, that he <ia* made arraneemerrt* fortiie i(xommodntion of a few -mote poplrs, at his room on 5th street, near Wood si. *P6 jrereons-dflStrous...

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

jv VASs' PATBH^BAPKTTf eOA^85 ? TRAVEtERS TAKE NOTICE-Th,! ' provided wttb tbe Safety Guard h.,. >£' bills printed with a figure of the apparainVl fUl you are not deceived by ml«ei.r«S^2"« gentsstallng their teats lo b. provided "^1 Guard, when they are no. ,,KcaZ J, ?,»** Thefolfowln-j I. a list of boai, naJS"^ ty Guard at Ihe Port of PltubLT ' u kUtl arst on the list have the improved aLL^.^ apparanw It Is Impossible for an ein|o^» ,„*'. * SAVAKNA, FOR MOSA ' RARITAN . ILLINOft ' NIAGARA, DPowS- / OCEANS ' lEntor* CANTON, IIO^T GOWERV LADY OF LYONS, CAODO ' ¦' VALLEY FORGE, INDIAN QOEEn " FORT PITT, 0ALUNT ' BREAKWATER, QU EEN orVn^m srw si? «h CASPIAN, Et'UPSE; IDA, VICTRESS, WEST WIND, MICHIGAN j MARQUETTE, OSPREY, ! TALLKYKAND, PENELOPE ] PANAMA, BOW1NA, CICERO, AGNES, j SARAH ANN, MESSENGER ! NARRAGANSETT, SARATOGA, ' AMARANTH, ORPHAN B01 MONGO PARK, ' OHIO, NEPTUNE, CECILIA, ADELAIDE, J H UILL3, NORTH BEND, GALENA, MARIETTA, MKNTuR. Thelravilinj community aie res...

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

¦ TNTERESTING CURE performed byDr.Sxawe's JL Compound Syrup of Prunus P~irginiana, or Wild Cherry. Having made u=e of this invaluable Syrup In my family, which entirely cared my child. The symptoms were wheezing and choking of phlegm, diffirutty of breathing, atie/ided with ron.^ant cough, spasms, convulsions, Sfc, of which 1 bad given upali hopes of its recovery on\l\ I was advised to make trial of Lhis invaluable medicine. After seeing Iheefl'ecls it had upon my child, nnd concluding to make the same trial upon myself, which ent rely relieved me of a cough that i was affllcled with foi many yebra Any person wishing to sec me can call al my house in Beach Street, above Ike Slarket, Kensington. J. Wilcox. DR. SWAYNE'S SYRUP OF WILDCHERRY. We call the atlentlcn of the public lo the numerous certificates which have been in circulation in our paper nnd some others of this city, highly recommending Dr. SVatjb's Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry.—We have seen lbe original certificates, a...

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

MECHANICS' INDEPENEANT TR^NSPORTA T1ON LINE, For Transporting Metckendize to and from Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Baltimore CoJintJCTKD STRICTLY ON SaBBATH AKD TeJTPKR, ASOB Principles. The stock of thi3 Line consists of the first claFS Spring Cars, Mefal Boofs, and New Decked Tide-Water Boals, commanded by sober and experienced Captains. Merchants by this Line ore enabled to have their Goods shipped ascheap, and with as much despatch,as by any other Line. One Boat will leave daily from the first wlmrf above Race street, on the Delaware, in Tow of a Steam Boat, which is kepi expressly for that purpose. The Proprietors will give their thole attention, and respectfully Invite Western Merchants lo give them a call, as they ivill find it much 10 their advantage; All goods consigned to Koons, Williams t) Co. roastwise or via Delaware and Raritan Canal, will be received atthelr warehouse,First Wharf abnve Race street, Philadelphia, where goods can be pnt directly from the Vessel into t...

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

SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS! SURGICAL . INSTRUMENTS!—r. McCarthy, Cutler and Slirgiral Instrument Maker, Third street, nearly opposite the Post Office, Pittrburgh (SIGN OF THE GOLDEN SHEARSf) Physicians, Dentists and Druggists can have their instrumenlsmadeby the subscriber of a superior quality and at Eastern prices. Tailors' Patent Shears and Scissors always on hand, also Halters Shears, a superior article. Orders respect, fully solicited. N. B. All articles warranted of the best quality, and jobbing done as usual. mp 10 fi/ER COMPLAINT This disease often lermlnaicsin another of a more serious nature, if pro. per remedies are not reslorled to In lime. In all forms of this disease. Dr. Harlich's Compound Strengthening and German Aperient Pills, will pevform a perfect cure —first, by cleansing the stomach and bowels, thus removing all diseases from Ihe Liver, hy the use Qf theGerroan Aperient Pills, after which theCompound Strength* ening Pills ore taken to give strength and tone to thos...

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

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA—MEDICAL DE. PARTMENT The plan of instruction in tlilsde. partment of theUntoeisilylpreaenlspecuIiantief not lobe found in no other School of Medicine in the|Union. The Lectures commence oathe first ef October, gnd terminate on tbe 4th of July ensuing. Owing to Uie length of the session, wbicb embraces a period of nine months, three Professors are enabled lo perform all the duties which in other medical institution) are usually assigned losii; and the students are seldom required to attend morethantwo lectu es on the same day. By thi» arrangement, the students have an opportunity of being well grounded in Anatomy, Physiology, and other elementary branches of Medical Science, before they Investigate th;lr applications in connection with thestudy of the practice of Medicine and Surgery Immediately before each lecture, the students are subjected to a full and and rigid examination on the prececeding lecture,or on portions of approved textbook. " , tt is apparent...

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

rf\O CHOSE WHOSE OCCUPATIONS TEND TO X PRODUCE OR AROBAVATE DISEASE.—This cla.^ of individuals is very numerous. Thry are thm=e who work in an unhealthy aimospbere- Printers, workluee )n feailitr stores, sione cullers, bakers, white lead manufacturers, are all more or less subject to disease accordingto ihestrftngth of their constitution.. The only method lo prevent disease, is the occaatonaC use of a medicine which abstracts from the circulation all deleterious humors,, and expel*, them by the bowets. Tonics In any form are injurious, as they only ' .at off the evil day to make It more fatal. The use of Drandreth's Pillf willinsHre health, because they take all impure matter out of lbe blood; and I lie body la not weakened hm strengthened by their operation; for these valuable Pills rfojnot forceibut they assist nature,otid &re nolo\>pcsed, hut harmonise <vKh her. Sold SK Dr. Bran.ireth't Office, No. 93 Wonil street, Pi(i«borgn. (Price 25 cents per box, with...

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

A BOON TO THE HUMAN RACE!—'¦ Discover what will destroy Life, and you area great man. "Discover lehai will prolong Life, avd the tcorld. Kill call you Impostor." ! " 7'ftcrc are faculties, liodilrj and intellectual, within U3, vrith whith certain herbs have affinity, and over vahioh ' they have power." Dr. B. Brondrr.ili's External Remedy, or Liniment, which, by iis extraordinary powers, abstracts Pain or Sorene>s; thus Sprains, Ftiff Sinews, White Siveflings, Rheumatic Pains, or Stiffness, Stiffness of the Joints, Tumors, L'nnainraf Hardness. Stiff Neck Sore Throai, Croup, Contractions of the masctes, Scrofulous enlargement?, Tender FeeJ, and every description n.f injury affecting the Exterinr-of the Human Frami*, are cured or jrreatly relieved by his neccr-to be szjficiently extolled remedy. ( khtifi'mtk.—The following letter from Mnjor Cen prut Sandl ' ord, as to \he qualiireaof lhe External Remedy, speaks volumes: : Nkw York, Feb. 9,1842, Dear Sir-—Wi'I you oblige me wi...

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

VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR S tL E .— The subscriber offers for sale, at the present rpducod rates,tW gteater part of his real estate, situale in the citlr;? of Pittsburgh o»d Allegheny, viz; Thrr'e of b.; s Brick Warehousies, nearly new, a* r 'siibsJariiially lmi't, situate on Market streel, Ienveen Second and Fiont.embracinaa front.of about 54 fe«t by 60 dcp. Forsale en (ire, or separately to sell purchase™, and upon longcre< ' i/s. . Also, a select building lot in Allegheny city, 64 feet in breadth,bj upward of 350 feel in depth, liavtna two fronlp, one on the Pennsylvania canal a'sd tha d'her on Washington street. ¦ : AIbo, the lot adjoining lbe above, 100 feel in brendlb by nearly 350 feet in depth, inrlndtng Ihe large and ele cant mansion house which 1 now occupy and outbuild ings. Also, a lot with two I wo story brick storehouses, siln ale on thecoriter of Mnrfcel and From srrret?, Mrbjec! to a moderalo ground rent, and now occupied by Mr. Hoyl asagroeery. ALEX. BUACKEK...

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

Cincinnati, February 15, 1840. Dr. Swayse—Dear Fir:- Permit me to lake Ihe llbrrly of writing lo you at mis lime to express my approbation, and to recommend lo the attention of heads of families and others your invaluable medicine—the Compound Syrup of PrunusVirciniana, or Wild Cherry Bark. In my travels of late I have seen In a great many inslanees the wonderful effects of your medicine In relieving children of very 'obstinate complaint*, such as Coughing, Wheeling, Chpaking of Phlegm, Asthmatic attacks, Jj-c. Sfc. I should not have writtclr this letter, bowevei.at present, although t have felt It my duty to add my tesll mony lo it for some time, had it not been for a late lo. stance where ihe medicine above alluded to was mslrumental in restoring to perfect health an -only child," whose case was almost hopeless, in a family of my ac. qaaintance. "I thank Heaven," said tbe doming moth, or, "my child Is saved from, the Jaws of deal hi O how I feared the relentless ravager! But my ...

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

WARRA NTED GEJ>IUINE.-Dr. William Evans's Camomile Pills . ; Oirtiitcates.—Letter from the lion. Ab'h'm M'CIcIlan,Su!livan County, East Tennessee, Memberof Congress, WAsmNOTowyMiiy 3d, 1838. Sir—Since I have been in this city ifi«ve used some of yonr Dyspeptic medicine wilh Infinite benefit and ea'is ^ faction, and believe it to be a most rateable remedy. f)he of my jonstlluents . Dr. A. Garden, ot Campbell coonly, Tcnnecsec, wrote to me 10 send him fame, which 1 did, and he tins mplojed it very snecessftjlly i in Ms practice, ard says It is invaluable. Mr. Johnson, your agent «t tiiis place,- thinks you would probably like an agr-rt In Tennessee. 1 f so, 1 woulil recommend Dr. A Carden, as a proper person id officiate for the sale of jyour celebrated medicine. Should you commission him he is willing to act for yon; Ton can send themediclnsby water 16 the care of Robert King Sr Sons, Knoxvitle cr>uily.Tennn». see.orhy land to Graham tV Houston, Taiewell, East Tenness...

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