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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

j j I j |Oi. n , - .-»rJiBUi=nr.nEM!Gi»ANTOFriCR, so. 01 ^> 5Ui -T':\ fTV.F.F.T, SRU' VORK. .Yctr 1 'irkoni Lircr;,rr,l Ccv.KCrri.-J Li'rrf Puclels.Saihwg « eetlg.— TI'PF«i:?rriiirr i.-.iuli! rrrtuviul'v inform sucli rursaaf , tesidir.i i'i I Iii'J rountry .-> * » < • ¦ rtp. -irnus for sendin" fnr i itw-ir i' rifnds (i ro re out from inp old connlry, lhat liu j raiiiiniK-f s- «<.:•>! lornake ci.!rr.;f>ni?iil« l>y which ikis- , fntizrr* are i.ro-'jhi O'H i>n v<-t .• r.KwiiTai- lcrm«, in Firs! Was 8|-.ip=. siHii\sfr.>m I.iv«r^. -ic! w.-ekly, .->i.it woa 4 i-r.ir^ ;irr--n:^ ri^-iro-j* of ro{r.i.i;liy Uic ai.ove Line,, 1 ll.nl :: = as«-uls of fir-< r(9jKU!ii!iiv are engaged al !.i verpool, likren1 )!! I*-.1 no ileienhon ivlsulever ^l ti»al ; i.oir.1. ; He i' slsoprt-n.ircdai all i:ma?s;> fiirn 'i«h Sijhi Drafis for nrryamriiir,: ioa?sifi in n-eparies paswr-se.* for the \ voyag!1 ,payable lhrnu«!...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

| ¦^«te s»«^^^^f Clrf'«^?WiMa#rvw*t«S«l« t«to^o/l«o#afw*fcli to«rettrarB^A*#B(»*«leBcV/r^JSi* 5» mm of meaJmf, 2«=StBJGM^KirAfcdrA>pt«.a fiw lfisciraM Gtterryfrcn—t,1ke InfmtMtan »rc * targe (ranfrfeur* cootiSii!O|, 10 rwrau vt>\ tmmifheA, citeotaled for a t^tveru or priTioe OweWnj, * frame Warn 2S fcy eo.sione ba^emoni,Jin* « ablin;, Etwd* md other*feol W>uses anit a(.!« for a ^ tsnclDenl^—2«ood Gardens ¦mrroooded wilh enrrau! fcash** and a arrtl «f ncpKem wa'er, with a pump ia a< che frost door. In relation ic Ibe Pinslmn-h sod AHe^beny Burket, chrre !s no flfare now oflrrcd for salp with moreindorrmpnt l« tiios* «|feiii?g io parch.w near P»\u% >orett. ttie terms «ilt>*e inatle n»x!«r&tc, for further particulsrsapplj-1» ISe (>ropri«a> at h(j ClolSJag Siore, Liberty sueel, corner of Vlrsin AHejsr. L.AV»WEXCE»n¥cnEl.t.. N. B. If^ot s old before I he 1st of fM^|mr next , it wIII he divided into 10 and 20acre lolMjffili...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

JAMBS*. ye^g«n^J|ewffy ""* 5?^""5^ Jfmi.** , A^ni. -^Pi***** Ci<rw*«a atrf> •enwylTanttLamlOfci^ KBl »*f»»S w**"*1 ^ *»"-j" ,ol" fcS^oeeoSS^ lmiwW." *. C0-.S0.6O! rTrecefv^tVd forwa«i:soO«>»*«J-p «rt o. tte OI.lo oT «i-«s»ipplri«ron reaa»ii»t>leler«B- j sep 10 *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

himiib »itt»ifttf jroauc vxiMtjamai ik*b« BBHJ**tKBllA! NOJ3Trra fIXLS. $3rTntevegeUbl* ao« irtfyjunocest aMtletne.rwt rue tbk sieag, usi imwcdi&l&y stays tbe farther »o-•ihh o» oifflCA&, in the bodiexof tboaE whose powers of life are not already .exhausted. Where humao means caa avail, there«earealy Is any complaint,or form of sickness, that the Be asbeeth Pim,s do not relieve and generally enre. - Although yiese pills produce* shown srrxcT.tbBt effect is oot to prostrate the body, as with otber medicines, but the frame Is invigorated by the removal orthe eau»of weakness, the morbid, tbe vitiated humors franf toe Wood. ^ Harmless in tblteseTvcs ' , they merely ^ A«sibtNaTob» To throw otrfsHie occaedjui of sickness from the body, and they requite no alWfation in the tliel or clothing. In faci. iliejJbjrman body Is better able to sustain with, out injury, thBWc' lemency of the weather, while under the Influence of this infection destroying,disease eradic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

NEEW ESTABLISHMENT.—Jthtt Dunlap, Mamtfacturtr of Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron If are, and Dealer in Japantd Ware. No. 26, Market Street; (Sign if the Ctffee Pat), Also keeps on hand Portable Tepid Baths; Slipper and Shower do.; Bright or Planished Coffee and Tea Urns Coffee Filters; Plate Warmers, #c, $c; Russia Iron Square 3ilde Fender's, plain and henutifully ornamented, which he will sell on reasonable terms, wholesale and retail. ; The pobiicare respectfully requested to call and examine his slock of ware. (?"Highest price paid f3r old metals. sep 10 JOHN DUNI.AP.jj| tf~1OFFIN WAREHOUSE.—JV<>, 79, Fourth VV Street, Between Wood and Smit/ifield its. Tr'o doors from the corner of Wood street. Con. stanily on hand an assortment of 100 ready made pOFFINS, of every sizf and "description; covered ones, with Cloth: Mahogany, Cherry, Black Walnut, Poplar, and Pine Coffins. ALSO, Plates neatly engraved; Hearses and Carriages furnished; Graves procured; and all servjees re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

Cincinnati, February 15, 1840. Dr. Swattne—Dear Sir:—Permit n.eto lake ihe liberly of writing to you at fins time (o exprres my approbation, and to recommend to the attention of heads £f families and others your invaluable medicine—the Compound Syrup or PrunusVirginiana, or Wild Cherry Bark. In my travels of late I have seen in a great many instances ihe wonderful effects of your medicine in relieving children of very obstinate eomplainls, such as Coughing, Wheezing, Choaking of Phlegm, Asthmatic attacks, ^-c. 4-c. I should not have written this letter, howevet, at present, allhoujh I have felt it my duty lo add my testi mony to it for sometime, had it not been for a la'e instance where the medicine above nlluded to ivss instrumental In restoring lo perfect health an "only child," whose case was almost hopeless, in a family of my ac. quaintance. "I thank Heaven," said the doatin? moth, rr, "my child is saved from the jaws of death! O how I feared the relentless ravager! But my chi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

S*kt'*> ADAM8 WILSON'S, Twsfc, Cathartic, oU Mlf Aa» Dfptptic PILLS, designed partiaOmrlf far ths thi Xlti-Jiht, Dyspepsia, Gotutipotincf t hi Ban tU.tft. - A imtn CtamncjLTW no* all m PoTnicitus or CixoKsatMR, Pehicl.—Although sentimentally opposed, to the whole sy«tem of secret nostrums and Patent Medicines,yet we.have for several years past recommended Dr. R. A. WII»d'« Pills to a number of students f Jefferson College," and other individuals and families ' >• conwwn Otthtrtic Medicine, and having a knowledge of ikefr compailUoo, and believing, that they will, n most cases answer Ike indications proposed by the Proprietor, and knowing tbal they are prepared by a regularly educated and intelligent Physician, we shall «onUoue cheerfully to recommend them in all appropriitectses. . D. 8. STJ3VEN8ON, M. D. i. v. HERRiorr, m. o: H.M'FADDEN. •Canonsbarjli, July 8, 1840. " A CAED-—We.theiuascril * - MinlstersoftheGospel.and members of the Pittsburgh Annual Conference of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

T. Ancient'tangnagw—Ot. Sessner Harrison. 2. Hoderu Languages.—Dr. Chatles Kraitsir. 3. Mathematics—Mr. Edward H. Couneaay. 4. Naiural>bih»opny.—Mf. Wm. B.Eogers. 5. Civil Engineering—tbe subject! of which are di vided belwecf tbe Professors of Mathematics and Natural Philosopher.' 6. Chemistry and Malerli Medita.—Dr. John P. Emmet. 7. Medicine.—Dr. Henry HowarJ. 8. Anatomy and Surgery.—Dr. James L. Cabell. 9.'Moral Philosophy—Mr. George Tucker. 10. Law.—Judge Henry St. Geo.Tucker. In bulb Schools of Languages are also taught the literature of the respective languages, and Ancient and Modern History; in the School of Mathematics is ine'.uded mixed Maihematicf,;inlhat of Engineering, Mfneralo gy arid Geology, In mat of Moral Philosophy, Belles Let tres . Logic and Politicaf Kconomy, and in that of Law, besides muncipa! Law in all its branches, the Law of Nature and ofN^cns, the Science of Government and Conslltuti' onal Law. To he admitted Into this Institution the applicant...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

Pittsburgh, June 18,183* Mr. Jobh Dismiss:—Dear Sir—Having been pri nt, yesterday, at the experiment which you were pleasin, tnakc, in the presence of a number of oar business*}, or the safety of > our IRON CBB3TS, Incaseof firfc gives me pleasure to say, thai so fnr as I was capable* judging, the lest was fair, and ibe result exceeded r* expectations. 1 The Chest was a small one, about 30 inelies high,bj about 18 or20 inches in breadth and depth, and was placed on a block of wood about a foot in thickness, so as to elevate H about that height from the ground; several books and newspapers were deposited inside of it, in the manner in which Merchants and others would usually place them—a large quantity of light pine wood [slabs from an adjoinirigSaw Mill,] was Uten placed around and above it, and the fire kindled on the windward side, so as to drive the flame against ihe back part of the chest. The nre>: was kept up about three quarters of an hour, until you had gone ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

« -VANS' PATENT BAPETVIES^ ] | rjiRAVELERs -Take K0Tic«»n. JL provided wffh the S.fety Goatl| u " bills p rinted wilh a fi,are or ,£ 2 ,> L fol yon are not deceived by mlsreb^T tontssiatlng their boats to I pSST** ioard.when the, „,„, ...ggltS RThefonowins „, , te of boa,, .^S |Guard at the Por>. of Plu5t,0t.hW ,» * I™ lhe »« have ihe Improved,^' ? gfe: 3r ^D& LYONS Ko ™ «xpee^ mail, Vkbofd CASPIAli E0UP8R IDA-\ VICTRESS west wrVp. m^iiiga. MARQUETfrE, (ISPREV ' TALLEYR1ND, PENELOF PANAMA, \ BOWlNt CICERO, • • AGNES, SARAH ANN\ MESSENti] NARRAGANStriT, SARATOG AMARANTH.\ ORPHANI MUNGO PARli, OHIO, 'NEPTUNE, ¦ CECILIA, ADELAIDE, J H BILL! NORTH BEND, GALENA, MARIETTA, MENTuR. i it ai e iruveniig communuy e rejpetmsil before they make a clioice ofa tioat, lo rr-f^ and see whether it would not lie to ibeir] and security to choose a Safely Guard M passage ano freight, in preference lootieitt] against explosion—and that they will M thai Ihis invenlian has th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

A BOON TO THE HUMAN RACE!—"Discover what will destroy Life, and you are a great man. " Discover what will prolong Life, avd Che world will call you Impostor.1 ' 'There arc faculties, bodily and intellectual, within us, wilh which certain herbs have affinity, and over whioh they have power." Dr. B. Brandrcth's External Remedy, or Liniment, which, by its extraordinary, -powers, abstracts Pain op Soreness; thus Sprains, Stiff Sinews, While Swelling * , Rheumatic Pains, or Stiffness, Stiffness of Ihe Joints, Tumors, C'nnataral Hardness, Stiff Neck Sore Threat, Croup, Contractions of the muscles, Scrofulous enlargements, Teniier Feet, and every description rif Injury affecting the Exterior of the Human Frame, are cured or greatly relieved by hiB nevcr-to be tt/fficie-ntly extolled remedy. Certificate-—The following letter from Major General Sandford, as to ihe qualities of tbe External Remedy, speaks volumes: New York, Feb. 9,1842. Dear Sir—Will you oblige n»e with ar/other bottle of y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.-I *t Farm on which I live. In Wllkins ton Braddccl,sfield, containing one hundred ant acres;about 70 acres of which is cleared. «td& well timbered. There are upon It threeloi and a barn 63 feel by 34; nn apple orrhBrttf Also, abuut seventy acres of conl. ra*»" is * be equal lo that of any upland (arm in Ihe Terms made known on applicationM"1*1"8*101 in the premises. WILLIAM WALLACE. WILLIAM C. WALL, Plain aU Fate) and Picture Frame Manufactory, Fourth Street Pittsburgh. -Canvass Brnshei ^c ,for Artists, alwavs on hand. Looki«;<" ! promptly framed lo order. Repairing done;! est notice. Particular attention paid to regilding and jot ery description. Persons filling up Steam Boats or houses mil theirrulvantago lo tall. WHITE LEAP.—Tbe subsctilcrsaK no" lo furnish painters, and olhers who " chase pure White Lead made of the brei maw runted equal, if not superior lo any offered ii1 All Older* addressed to Dunlap S; Husbes^rt1 * I; Co , M.O.U0S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

CARP.—^. The subser/ber, graleful {be the very liberal patronage which his school has hitherto received, bets leave to inform his friends and the-public, [thai he has made arrangements for the lecomraodatlon of a few DiBie puptl*, at blsroorn on 5th street,near Wood si. To persons dMiwusof havin- ibetrsons prepared for ¦SFiDess,aa4 who prefer necessary and substantial In stnsctlon lo a course calculated merely to make their ooy*appear learned wltTUKii bavin: acquired any thing Bsefoi In4beevery day tranractlons of the farmer, the Wecpuntcor the Merchant, bis School offers a favorable opportunity. ^treats or gsardJans entrnstlng tbeir boys to his can nay restassored that «very exertion will be used to ren derpraper aid^eneraiuturacilon. Bttmt wm cOBun«ne«on Mondsy tbe 161b lnst; maid WILLIAM MOODY. it CAMBf BOWAED * COH Mamifactmrers •/ Wall *Tr- V*r*ri X*. n, mmiJtlrut, Pituturtk, P*. - ' itewalwaysoo bead anexWBsVve assortment of Satin Sj»*Si and p!a»n PAPBa HAWGltlGB, Velvet a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

WILLIAM DlGBYhaving taken tM "2 business of Disbt It Hti?nrui, «r"*j Liherty street and 42 Market street, **P w l thanks to the numerous frien4s and cusWiM U firm, for tbe very liberal support they M™ 2 tended to him, in connection with Mr. H°|^ wishes to assure them that every excrih)"^^) merit ihe continuation of the same. H**~Li! peerfally invite their attention to hU P"^ Clothing.whleh be intendsseijjnjs at <n°cn ' # than bar been ever offereoV-b*!"? li ' slrO1 " Jr? the whole of the stock of (he taw iirm a> I ,,* slble; and as be intends nfeotinne himself »^ cash Business, he fcels confident no «•*%( surpass bis stoek, ell bar lo cheapness, <"""" nets of workmanship^ ^j«« Pleasetotakenotieellutevwv srtkste sw" ( tared in PtttsiqrjB- _Ji>-' SAMUEL MORROW, M—u/ttwrer »f \ 4- Skstt trn W*r>, M. 17 *#» ®p W-i and JHgm StHlU. —U PW*^ * 1n bis (la« afthe atcctest »oUee. C o^i and others am totlelud loesJUwl ^^f of ware*. wWeh wHIMwti wholesale oi ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE — The subscriber offers For sale, at the present reduced rates, the greater part of his real estate, situate in thecillesof Piujfburgh and Allegheny, viz; Three of his Brick Warehouses, nearly new, a* csubslantially but'!, situate on Market street, between Second and Ftor.t. embracinaa froritof about 54feel by 60 deep. For sale en lire, or separately losuil purchasers, and upon longcre< " its. Also, a/select building lot in Allegheny cily, 64 feel In breadth,% upward of 350 feet in depth, having two frontByfone on the Pennsylvania canal a"»d the olher on Washington street. Also, ibe lot adjoining Ihe above, 100 feet in breadth by Nearly 350 feel In depth, including the large and ele gout mansion house which 1 now occupy and ouibulld Ings. Also, a lot with two twoslory brick storehouses, situ ale on the corner of Market andJTronl streets, subject to a moderate ground rent, and now occupied by Mr, Hoyl asagroeery. ALEX. BUACKENRIDGE. sen 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

TO THOSE WHOSE Ol'OUPATIONSTEND TO PRODUCE OR AGGRAVATE DISEASE—This class of individuals is very numerous. They are those who work in an unhealthy atmosphere. Printers, workmen in feather stores, stone cutlers, bakers, white lead manufacturers, are all more or less subject to disease according to the strength of tbeir constitution. The only method to ¦ prevent disease, is the .occasional use ofa medicine which abstract a from the circulation all deleterious humors, and expels Ibem by the bowels. Tonics in any form are injurious, as they only f.jt off the evil day to make it more fatal. The use of Brandrelh'8 Pills (vill insure health, because they take all impure mailer oat of the blood; and the body is not weakened bui strengthened by their operation, for these valuable Pills do not forte, hat tltey assist nature, and are not opposed, but harmonize with her. ' Sold at Dr. Brandrelh't Office, No. 98 Wood street, PJtiabnrgn. Price 25 cents per box, with full directions. MARK—Tha o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

READY MADE COFFIN WAREHOUSE, Fourth JSt, two dears from the V. S. Bank. Wm Trotill*,. Undertaker, respectfully informs Ibe public lhal he bos removed his ready made coffin warehouse to the oulldln; recently occupied by Mr. R. G. Berford. directly opposite his old stand, where he is always prepared lo at tend promptly toany orders in Ms line, and by strict attention to all tbe details of lite business of an Cndeita ker fobepes to merit public confidence! He will I* prepared at*LVBOOKa to provide Hearses, Biers, Can ioces and e»ery requisite on the most liberal lei ms. Calls from the cvnnlry will be promptly attended to. His residence is in the same building wirh his ware bouse, where those who need his services may find him at any lime. bktbrihccs: W, W.IRW1N. REV. JOHN BLACK, D. D. JUDOK RIDDLX, REV. ROBERT B&l'CE,». D. JCDQB PATTOK, B.IV. SAHCEL WILLIAMS, »¦ W. B. M'CLCRE, BEV. JOSEPH KERR, ISAAC BABB1S, KEV. JJ.MESH. DAVIS, *ep 10 kev. x. r. swirr.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

TV&. VvllLUAM EV*NS'B SOOTBING SYEUP.— -M_F Thts ' lndllltle remedy lias preserved hundreds wben thottght past recovery, from convulsions. As soon B«ine8yftp is taboed po Out ^uais, the child will rec<v. e«. i Tbhpreptration ta«Jinooceijt,«> efficacious, and so pleasant, thnt noehlld will refuse to let Its gomsbe rub bed will) It. When infantsareaUhe age of four months. tbo?tbere to no appearance of teeth, one- bottle at tbe Syrup should t* nsed to open tbe pore*. Patents itaonld never be witbootthe syrup in the, nursery Whereihere areyoon; children,for if b child wakes tntfte night will) pain in the soon, tb«Synip immediately gives ease,by op«oin( tpepores, and Aealin(tb««iuns ,'thereby prevefKlat'ConvcMoDi, fmn,*|{, JPor Sale Wbole»alt and Seistlbjr tt.a.BBLUBE8,AfWl, wp ^ lQi JU>.S«,1»bo4itet»t,Wow8ewnd. .' " . ^ t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

TBORN'S TEA DERBY TOOTH Wi3 Invaluable Remedy.—The enremt l« Teeth, their indispensable use, and Ibe fiefio decay, has led to many inventions for IMp yet how to pre- serve them in a state of hnlti beauty, to ihe latest periods of existence, • unknown uniil the discovery of ihe ihon preparation. It forma a pure tinrture«»f« etahle ingredients, and is possrsseii oflbruJ odor. It eradicates tartar from the IrtH, r« of incipient decay, polishes and prescimlSit which it gives a pearl-like whiteness, nl, tn feeling properties, possesses the viriwifltrte' As an Antt Scorbutic, the Gumsalso'""" ccdent powers; Scurvey is eradicated toll heallty action and redress la Induced. tvl^M notice of the mcdicl praciitionerHidubitnMtsj their healthful slate. It has been eisminti] several of Ihe best physicians of this cily. vj hestitaiion in recommending it as an excella itie Teeth, Gums,etc. Trtpared only by WILLIAM THORN, 1 and Chemist, No. S3 Market street, Piitsborrti all I he principal Druggi...

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