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

S«cRrrA«i'« OrMrE, I Harrishursh, August 24lh,1842-S SALE OF THE CANALS AKD RAILROADS BELONGING TO TUES'TATE—rNoiieeis hetely gfc ven Hist in jiorsnance of the seventeenth, eighteenth, nineteenth ami twentieth Sections of the Act of Assembly passed ihe 271 h day or July, 1342, proposals will be rec«i yrd at the Slate Department until tbe teAt'day of November next, for the sale of ail and each of the CinaU and Rail Roads belonging to Ihe Commonwealth, for which State^lock.st par -iaiw, will be received in payment. Each individual or Company If rfqnlrcd, speciScally, to stale, the natiicular line of CsbaI or Rail Road which they deslreto purchase, the amountof their respective bids tlierefor, the given and surnames of all concerned in ihe offer , together rtllb their place or p)acc* ofreddence In order thitibe samo may be laid before tbe next Legt*i ature. J The proposa l* tnwtbesealcd ap and Greeted to tt<< Seerelar/ of Ce'motonveillh with ah endorsement on lh«i «&...

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

ry\O FEM A LBS.—There is a large class of Females in X this City who from ibeir continued sitting, to wh(ch their occapitlons oblige i hem,are affected with costiveness which gives rise to palpitation at the heart on the least exeition, sense of heaviness extending ovrr the whole head, intolerance of light and sound,an inability of Bxing the attention to any mental operations; rumbling in the bowels, sometimes a sense of suffocation, especially after meals when any exertion Is used, as going quickly up stairs; tempre fickle; ihese are symptoms which yield at once lo a few doses of the Brandrelh Pills The occa. sional use of tills medicine would save a deal of trouble and years of suffering. One, or two, or even three of the Bmndreth Pills just before dinner, are ofen found highly beneficial; many use them very advantageously In this waj; they aid and rssIsI digestion, restore the bowels to a proper condition,enliven the spirits, Impart clear, ness to the complexion, purify the blo...

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

WILLIAM D16BY haying taken the •** business ofDtoBY 4 Oopiwitt,car , * Liberty street and 43 Market street, begs 10 r J, thank* toibe numerous frienfo and tas lotW" flrm.for tbe very liberal support they te**^ tended to him,In connection wfth Mr. H"*^ wishes to assure them that every exertion »"* merit 1 he continuation of the same. He «°°™ , peetfnlly Invite Ihtif attention to his P"*™!, Clothing, which be Intend? wllln; at 'inneli WT than has been ent off«ed, belnsd-sirow"'^ the whole of the Mock of tbe (ateflrm as <«it ¦ •H»le; ar-dashe Intends to confine himself <» •- cash bqgloesn. he feels conBdent no m'"™? , surpass his stock, eliber In cheapness ,, duraf" neasof workmanship. . . . li Please lo take noHeethat every article sow, ( l«Kd in Fittsburih- ^^^ _ ^ SA MOEL MORaOVT, ¦W«»V««Mr »jM^ j If Sheet Ir.* War,, A>. 17 J»/" *J> Weed **d Marf* 8tr*»te.-l» prff'^Z * In hi. Km itifca rtortert »otJ«. <^'^ and others «nu»lletted to «»»*»«*raa»"*^...

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

THORN'S TEA-DEREY TOOTH WASB-i. Invaluable Jtcmerjt/.—The extreme Iwniji Teeth, their indispensable dec, and the freqoenrrtf decay, has fed to many Inventions for thehpresn yet how to pre- serve them in a state of health u » beanty, to ihe latest periods of existence, vaia) unknown unlit Ilie discovery of the above Mi preparation. II forms a pure tlnclureeotnpiMdilj etable Ingredients, and is possessed ofthenuslM odor. It eradicates tartar from the leelb, ramwj of incipitnl decay, polishes and preserves lines* which it gives a pearl-like whiteness, and, far**! fectins properties, possesses the virtue of gWV** 10 the breafh. As an Jiuti Scorbutic, the Gums aisa share in M cedent powers; Scurvey la eradicated from * heotlty action and redress Is induced^ which"dM notice of Ihe medic) practitioner Indubitable eviiti their healthful slate. Jt has been examined and< several of the best physicians of this city, who I hestimtion In recommending it as an excellenti the Teeth, Cums....

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

RE \r.Y MADE COFF1S WA&EHOUSE, Fourth SI, two door * from the U. S. Bank. W» Tro-»»H«, Undertaker, respectfully informs Die public thai he lias rrmovrd his ready {na<?e coffin warehouse lo the jnildin; recently Men|iird l>y Mr. B. G. Biifiiiil,(ilrfcll\ ^oppoeite his old stand, where lie ).« always prepared to al - lend promptly loany orders hi hisiine, and Vy sirta nv-Mention to nil thedetiiilSof ihe bitfiness of an rnderiafeer "hehopeati>tne>)1 public co^fidrncei tie w\M W ptcpnted at all boobs to provide lit arse?, Biers. Car ioges and •vvtty requtsHe on the mosl liberal leuns. Ca Is from the "-country wiilbe promptly aitci\i\n\io. Hl9 residence is \w th« same buildin? wilh his ware ^lou^e, where those who need Ins services may find him flat any time. rctirknce.-: "W.W. tRWIN, " BKV. JOnN DIArK.D.D. JDDOKEtDDLE, REV. ROBERT BUCCE, 0. D. •JUBQC VATTOH, REV. SaMCKL WILLIAMS, V. W. B. a'iJLCRB, REV. JOSfcPfT KCRR, -ISAAC HARB1S, REV. JAMES M. DA...

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

> EM.OV a1j«—The undersigned uegsieave to uuuVui JEV the public, thai he has removed from ilis old stand, to Ihe corner of Penn and St. Clalr sis., opposite the Ex change Hotel,wiwre te hasfitttdup alarge Pixko Fort* W^rk Rqou, and now offers for safe the fnost splendid assortment of Pt&Kosever offered in this market. Bis pianos consist of different patterns, of superior Rose Wood and Mahogany, beautifully finished and modpled.and constructed Ihroughout of the very be«t mater ' als, which. Tor durability, and quality of tone, as well as touch, be warrants to be superior to any ever seen here. As he has enlarged his manufactory, and made arrange, meiits to supply the Increasing demand for this instrument, he respectfully requests those intending (o pur. chase to call and ixamlnebis assortment .beforepurchasing elsewhere, as he is determined to fell lower, for cash, than any other establishment east or tvrst of the mountains. F. BLUME, Cornerof Penn and SI. Clair stre...

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

PILES cured by the use of Dr. Harlich's Compound Strengthening and German Aperient Pil's Dr.llarlich—Dear Sir—Shortly after I received the Agency from yuu for the sale of your medicine, 1 foimed an acquaintancewi;ti a lady of this place, who was severely afflicted wilh the Piles. For eight or ten years this lady was subject to freqnpm painful attacks, and her physician considered her case so complicated, Ihat hevniy seldom prescribed medicine for her. Throush my persuasion, she commenced using your Pills, and was perfectly cored. Yours, ^c. JAMES R.K1RBY October 3, 1840. Chambersbnj, Pa. UyOfficeand General Depot, No. 19. Nonh Eighth Street, 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 — 14 September 1842

LIVER COMPLAINT cured by the use of Dr. Har. 'lien's compound Strengthening and Aperient Fills. Mr. Win. Richard?, of Pittsburgh,Fa,, entirely cured of the above distressing disease- His symptoms were pain and weight in the left side, loss of appetite, vomiting, acid eructations, a distension of the stomach, sick head-ache, furred tongue, countenance changed to a cilron color, difficulty of breathing, disturbed rest,attended willi a cough, great debility, wilh other symptoms indicating great derangement of the functions of the liver. Mr. Richards had lbe advice of several physicians, but received no relief, until using Dr. Harlicb's Medicine, which terminn. ted in effecting n nc-feet cure. Principal Office, 19 North Eighth Street, Philadelphia. For sale in Pittsburgh by Samuel Frew, corner of Llbcr ty and Wood slreets. sep 10

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

t ip<OFFIN WAREHOUSE—JVo, 79, {Fourth V- J Strict, JBetwero Wood and Smith field sU. Two doors from the coper of Wood street. Constantly on hand an assortment of 100 ready made COFFINS, of every size and description fcorered ones, with Cloth: Mahogany, Cherry, Black Walnut, Poplar, and Pine Coffins. ALSO, Plates neatly engraved; Hearses and Carriages furnished; Graves procured; and all services rendered Ihat friends may requite. A credit given in all cases, either of coffins or carriages, requested. HENRY BEABE3, Undertaker. sep 10

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

aua uaiaQniaaa BOOKS', STEAMBOAT BILLS, PAMPHLETS, HORSE KILLS, BLANKS, VISITING CARDS, r.ARELS, AI'(i«E.*S Do., ICOECKS, tir.-I.NE?S tX) NOTES, HANn Hll.l.s, ^BILLS OF LAO1NO, ClttCULABS, «r. $?. To^ellier with every crescripiion cf Letter Press riint 1n«, fdrnished »iiih nealnc.=s and de^pntrh, ond on mode •rateterms,at the office of the DaHy Morning Post. sen 10

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

TVTEEW ESTABLISHMENT.—Join D**lap,-J/«*m llf fatimrtT of Tin, Copper, and Sheet Inn Were, and Dealer iiCjapattd Ware. . i JVe. 2K Market Street; (Sign, of tke CofeejPtt), Also keeps on ImndPottaWe Tepid Baths; Stlpper and Shower do.; Bright or Planished Coffee and Tea Urns Coffee Filters; ?iaie Watmets, ^c, ^-c; Russia [tonSqaare Slide Fenders, plain and beautifully ornamented, which he will sell on reasonable terms, wholesale and retail. The public are respectfully requested to call aud examine his stock of ware. . ! (TJ»tHghest price palrf Tit old metals. sep 10 JOHN DPNtAP.

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

Estate of Catherine McLaughlin. T ETTERSof Ailtalnistraiion upon Ihe Esiaie of the JlJ al>ove iln estate, late of Allcihcny Cilv, dereased, fcavlng lieengramed, to ihn nnrUrsignrd— All [icsoiisln-•^debled 10 wild Eelale arc hen l*s miuired lo pay ibe ¦amounts due. and all having claim? asainst it to make *nown thesame withoul dfilaj lo ihe subscriber or his Ai. Soriwy, JamesS.Craft Esq., No. 35 Mutfcet slreel.Piils"burgh. ALEXANDER JlcLAUGHLFN. Aujnal 3 1R42.-Bt. Arjuilnistralor.

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

WILLIAM SEED. Merchant r«>I«r,-Respecifolly informs Us friend* and the public In .general -that he hag commenced bn»ioes» at No. 11 Market street, second door from the corner of Front, where be hno/by strict' attention to bulnesa to Kerllaabareof poWie patronage. • . -„ N. B. The latest faahtoni, re»nh>rtj nee}«pt;tN»ftti-» it e ' l^^Shw J6 «*6 ?fr ^*^«!*te *^J^«

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

. History, qf the PASSW KTHyHFF BILL limn fbe Hadwrmlan.] I am extremely grateful fur the terms of commendation with which, til the Matluonian ofthb moming. you ritSfer to the fatt that, on- the 15th of Jnly. f rnoY^d to amend the Revenue bill by striking therefrom tbe 25ib (afterwards the 2Tllt) sec'ion, aad thus separatiog the' question of distribution from that of tariff: my reasons for which motion were published soon afterwards, and were lolly justified by the eVeotaal action of the House on th& subject. But there is; another o^Btlemjin.Jo wham is due the cred3Oj||^rg ina41y proposing, after the Kevennre bill was returned to the House with ihe objections of the President, to pass it anew, wltb distribution struck out, a»4*ith caffe&ind tea free of duty, as the bill finally j/wji J tlie Houae. I mean Wm. W. irwin of Pennsylvania. '"¦ On the 12Ui of August, at a time when conspicuous opponents of the Admiaisiration were urging Congress lo adjourn, and leave ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

TJ. FOX ALPEN J)ltorntf end CmtteHor at • Lam. Cffrre hte proressional tervk-es lo the cit izef» of PUIsbor^h and bop«s for a share of puMic palrtma;e. Jiewilt eiPcnU-a" kinSsof wrilin;wiMi neat iieasj>ml dispalch. Caws in hankruplry alleniled lo on reasonable 'erms.—Office fa Baiiibfirld slrrft, at the bouse of Mr. Thomas O'Seil, 10 whom he refers. np 10 T.I. POX ALDEJJ. AVID CLARK, .9g't. SzikionaiU Boot Mater,— n«» removed lo No, S4 Market street, between Second and Tbird street*, where be wou'd be ti»hpy to ?ee bis old casromers. and all others who feel dt*nc?. ed lo palronixe him. He Dies nothlD; bat fiitl rate stock, and employs the begt of rporkmen; and as he gives bis constant personal attention to basinesp, be trusts that he will deserve and receive a (air snare of patronage. wplO __^ , RUITS, ICECREAM, If CONFECTIONARY.— A Hanker rejpeMfliUy {nfonns hb friends and the pablic that tjiry can always find fbe best qoaJily of lee Creams- loulber with aK kinds of confpc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

^^L yoCN ¦ F11ANC1S I.. YOCNG H. B. YOUN G A: CO., Furniture Ware ^Kinis. t:ornct of Hand =t. If Cichanie Al'er. ^Eitluii; lo purcliasc Furnituie. "ill find it 10 ^^¦llaze lo -^ive u-> a call. Winz fully =alisSed li.at ^^ftase a< 10 qua'; y and price. sep 10 ^—_ ¦ ^FTON HA3IS.—Just we'ved i6Dchoire Mul ^K Uam», well cured, and for snfcclitrap by:he do- ' Eail.by * ' ISAAC HAEBIP, En No.3, Filili st. Ba11\*; A. A snppy of Landreth's Fn-sliEu-^^»3za, ani l oilit-i diifcfi 1:1 vartelics ol ' Turnip ^¦reccivfii and for sale al rldccid prk ts al lt.e ^B SeerJSiore of F. L. SXOWDE.V, ^B Xo. 184 Liberty sire^t. ticad ot Wood. ^fclTcEoSEY r S Boo; and tfl.oe Ma nuncio-^Kr. So. S3 Pourin St., neii «ou 10 Hi- I", juirs ^^bdies Pru nella. K id and ^aiin Shoe? made In ^Bt oiatincr, ana by tuc n-ewest French p.aietr<s. ^ftrV J IORU? VrLTlCAUI.r?. in lols tosuil Vv purclla=et^; lo I'e di>pf>^pd nf iiy ^B F.I. SNUJVDEX, ^B No. 184 Li berty si reel. head of Wood...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

ffJBLIU (TFF1CES, &C. I ro«T Ornc* .Third between Market and Wood |_R, M. Riddle, Poamasler. CbHocsx, Water, 4th door ftom Wood si. Peier-Eildinss—Major John Willock, Coliecior. ITtus n^Wio il between First and Second K-Jamcs Ai'&rtram, Treasurer Kt T*liSC*V, Tl.Jrd si reel. ni>sl donr to tlic ^Ksh yierian Chnrcli—P. K. Johnston, Treasurer. ^fcornn, Fourth, lelween Market and H'ooJ ^Kcxander Ha y, Maror. K,'! Exdu.xci. Fourth, near Market s' . ^P BANKS. ^¦soM. lietweeo Market and IVood urecis, on H( Fourth ftrreu. , \ ^Ex-rs' mo MmTirrrtms1 »«d Fmrji t>E- j Hie. (formerly Savin; Fond.) Fourm, between Kj Market FliW-. Bioc, t 'iOb etreel. near Wood. M HOTEL-5. RoABtt i norsr, Watershed, near Hie Bridse. Krr.E Motel, corner olTenn and Si. Clair. ¦|»vr<' Hotki., corner of Tliird and-Wood. KciN llntEi.,corner ol Tiiird and BmilhSeld. K?tite=. romer of Pen" 'ireel and Canal. B(E»cU:. LiLeny (.lre-i. near feientli. I K« h,,,,is Horse, l.i"&lt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

ir "¦" ARO OJL.—Tua Snhscriher would mo=t respectfully JLi inform ibe public In genera Ibai be has an »nic> of aLrd Oil of a superior qflaljl v, mannfactored at the CiucinnstiOil Manufactory,hy R.Wrf^c if Co.,which is warranted to be equal to the best Sperm. Oil, both for Li'ht and Machinery. This Oil isentlrely free from any glutinous matter,smoke, or unpleasant odor, and it is as elrar and as wbi-e Sa spring walef. Not a particle of crust is left on the nick- Tin! . ligliT. is pure and brilliant, and will last as Ion*, if not longer, than that from an equal quantity of Sperm. Oil. The subscriber informs the puWic that be has taken a place nearly opposite tbe Port Office, where he will li-ia npsereral different lamps every ercotnf. tod be would rczpecHsj hy invite ibe in babitantgof PiPsburjh, Allegheny,an<itheirviciarty, to rail an* jud^e lor themselves- Be feels eoafidest they will he convinced that tbe above statement J» perfectly correct. Otti oTtwo htrndred ind...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

wprxms cAMama^" )HiA, , s^AbMT JBt- ««/. CLEUEK, iesUins at 66 Mou street. »*»:«*, wm afflicted witlr Oyspcpsi* «n inmost Mtgmw*vm f btwu : Tlfe syssplons wen violent taeadae»e, e»ajt defcHily, fever,; eostrveness, cough, heart bnr». rtfctn tbe cnest and stomatb Uways after e*tin-, iWBaiiWHIiBelileiWsrsaiioB at sinlsias at thessootacb, ftiWJ Mne, nansea, wllb G^sent vomijin—,dlDinras •owatdt^ bt and restlew*. Tbese naf cnuiattedap. ward of a Iwelvemontb, when, on conralttag Dr.Wai BnatimCbtt inm street; *o» tmbmhOag & bhiettr swxesftifUd a-reraUe mode of Ireatiseat, tlte paiien: wit eomftefely'restoirdlo beallb in the slwrt *pace of j«en»nt%*»d5 ratef«I fijrJbotnealcnlakh; benefit dertv ed, gtadljreaBie forwaraand volanteered Ibe abovesute For aare, Wholesale and Kel3II *y \ , L ; i-B. SELLERS, Agen!, :«»Ht- - ':' . Ho.aj, Wood street; telow Second. * SM^IiMWT.-Wiram lToody, of ibe city of A. rSBifcargh .wrcbaot, having, on t*e!5th ofiamiary lastyeiaknted 10 tbesnbscribers...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

4^^ P tTTSWjeoa If CLEVEt*»n # Jt ^ ¦ ; IiI3iE» jSaSSa BSL. STEAM PACKJJT HfCHfCAN, g g^ ^g ia W. B. BOIES, Master. RUNS daily (SuUsai s excepted,)5betweeo PITTS. BOUGH <• BEA¥ER. leavlnj-Beaver at STA. M. and Piusbur-b at 2 P. M. proviiu^tfitk £ri»'» S*ft ly GuarJ to prevcil Explosion of Betters. Thisspiendidaad Jast rdnoinz Steam Boat basjast oeen eouipleied expf«sly for this trade, and ran* (a ooneclion with CLARKE $ Co' * Pitlsturgk and Cleveland Li*t tj FBEIOBTMtP PASSAGE BOATS, tail* I* Ctttetaxd. Okio. Or down tbe Oblo canal to MasMlon, Jf e. and Erie Extension Line 10 Greenville. Tl,e Canal Coats of this Line are lowed to and from Pillsburjb direct, and the business conducted tiu the roost prompt and ecor.omieal systcrt. Having »^!r.S2S. lion with the Pennsylvania Canal Lines to Philadelphia and B.i!ti<nore< ond Sieamlaoais running down the Ohio river;also, through our As^ntsat Cleveland, with CM. Reed's Sieauiboatsandseveral Lake Vessels,and lheTroyan...

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