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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

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Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

WJH.K.AUSTFN, Ailornty^t Latr. orjn. r». Offire in 4th sMeolJormoslte Burke". Bnlldlni-Wiuii^t Aotrn,Esq,jwill give hisaiiention lowT: nofinished hosiness, and I njcnmnienr] htm <» ''"l»l««^ , ,;e of my friends. ; WALTER FORWABB. . cep It)—Iv i : ¦ j..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

; IViu:am Uriuls, Ik Jo-li-h H. llni L\lllMi: R <V CO., Et/J.i.i^ (i roters. Foorin . street. It ird uJDr helow Market. ?ep20 — lv '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

ROBERT PORTER, MUrne, at Lvt—Office on the corner of Forlli and BmithBeld sts. sep 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

-•» i^iierWiS«*W*.JW»^^Wl F«: *¦_•.,;•;. BESMMTN ¦ JStL0P$&&? riM_i. ^Thi«1 ^eti»te«iiii-ifulj'.-innocent medicine, poairos tsi blood, and'tnunedlstely stays ibe further r&oqucss or Bn*»j*rint.b« bodies of tbo»e wbose powers of life ate;00? already exhausted,. Where human means can avail, there scarcely Is any complaint,or form, of sickness. tl>at ibe Bkardrxtb Pills do nut relieve apd generally cure. - Allhou-h these piHi produce a. saow* >rrscT,ibat effect 13 not to prostrate the body, as with other medicines, but the frame is invigorated by the temoval of the cause of weakness, the morbid, the vitiated humors from the blood. Harmless in themselves, they merely Assist N_ukc To throw out the occasion of sickness from the body, and they require no alteration in the diet or clothing. In fuel, the human body in belter able to sustain without injury, the inclemency of the weather, while under the influence of this infection destroying, disease er...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

33)3 ffaasfaasi®* BOOKS, STEAMBOAT BILLS, PAMPHLETS, HeRSE BILLS, BLANKS, VISITING CARDS, LABELS, ADBftESS DO., CHECKS ,* BUSINESS DO., NOTES, HAND BILLS, BILLS OF LADINC, CIRCULAR?, Jfc, ^-c. Together with every description of Letter Press Piint 'in», furnished with neatness and despatch, and on mode rale terms, at the office of the Dally Morning Tost. sep lft „ __ JAMES HOWABD If CO,, Manufacturers of Wall Paper, A"o. 18> Wooi Street, Pittsburgh, Po.— Have always on hand an extensive assortment of Satin Olalcd and plain PAPER HANGINGS, Velvet and Jmllntion Borders, of the lalesl style and handsome pallerus, for papering halls, parlors and chamliers. They nmnofaciure and have on hand at all limes-Tripling. Writing, Letter, Wrapping and Tea Paper,Bon net and Fullers' Boattls—alt of which I hey offer for sale -on the most accommodating terms; and to which they -jn vile the at tent ion of merchants and others. ALSO—Blank Booksof ail kinds and the hestquality, ¦School Books, e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

^t^mooMjB^m 'ctejw.^»»«*w<*^. *»v JT JSrA* DB**i*gh Six& etrtetr ub0V6»a»itfik*t<i street, #&u&*tf Af > '¦ ¦ . ^ - ¦ ¦•¦ >.:_ ¦¦" -' ¦ •> ^^^^^^^^^S9^H|^^^H0Oi{^ji \|!1 Ji, rfl ____Hb^_____E^_____Hi1 1 ! * ______ ' * * ¦¦ ' ^^ BI^KBHHH^ ^Bl'i'to t '¦¦iii s : Pittsburgh, June 18,1839. Mr. Johm DknnJno:—.Dear Sir—Having been present, yesterday, at the pspcriment wiiich you were pleased to make, in the pretence of a number of our husine«s men, of llieFttfetyof > i)ur IRON CHESTS, in case of fire. It gives me pleasure; to say, thai so Tar aa I was capable of Judgins, the tcsi fvas 'air, and the result exceeded my expectations. ; The Chest wM » small one, about 3fy inches high, by about 18 or 20 lushes In breadth and deplh.and was placed on a hlocfc of wood about a fool in thickness, so as 10 elevate it about that heiiht from the ground; several liooks and, newspapers were deposited inside of it, in the manner in whlcl* ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

|yVtbitv^lBstitafton win ^omnfenee 9" -Jlie 'fct-day of O^bfte^«<i4«faasate ^^o ft e:4i*ilofJuly totlofiing. The schools ^f Ute OtirVerslty, witti^efr respeclryB Profes- gars, arc r :' . .. .. .1. Ancient taitguages—Dr. Geesner HarrisoB. 2. Koderrf Languajesi.—Dr. Cbatles Kraiisir. 3. Hatheibatica.—Mr. Edward H. Courtenay. 4. Natural Pnilosophy.—Mr. Win.E Eogers. 5. Civil Engineering—the subjects of which are dl-»!dcil between the Professors of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. 6. qhem- try and Materia Mediea.—Dr. John P. Em met. 7. Medicine.—Dr. Hsnry Howart 8. Anatomy and Surgery.-rDr. James L. Cabell. 9. Moral -Philosophy.—Mr. George Tucker. 10. Law.—jJa<|ge Henry St. Oeo. Tucker. * Tn but UtSohQOlsof Languages are also taught the literature of toe respective languages, and Ancient and Modern History; in Ihe School of Mathematics Is inciu. ded mixed Mathematics In that of Ensineering, Mineralo gy and Geology, iu thai of Moral Philosophy, Belles Let irea. Logic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

aBmtts^^B^^Mr^BaT^a^^ \S7M. BIDDLE, Surgeon Dentist,has returned to »» his old siantl. No. 1O7, Smllhfteld Street, where he can he consulted any hour during Ihe dny, on hi? profession. s(1p ^ RE MOVAL—G.roije Armor, Merr-hanl Tailor. 4 resHinctfuliy annoiincPb 10 his friends and p;i-Irons, Him he has reunved his eslahtisbment from hi.= old stand, in Third slreet, to t he corner of From and Sinilhfleld.in the basement story of ihe Monongaliela House; where he imends keeping on hand a general as. sorimmt of Fashioaablc Goods, sniiable for Gentlemen's wiar. He hopes, hy closcapolication, la merit a share or Hie b ' usincs* so liherally extended to him ai his old stand. N. B Having made arrangements in New York and Philadelphia, with I lie most Fashionable Tailors, for the reception of Paris and London Fashions, customers mny rely on having their orders ei.'cuied arcordin» to Ihe " atest style. . GEORGU ARMOR. sept 10 LARD OIL.—Tim ftulwcriher would most respectfully infurm the pu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

NEEW ESTABLISHMENT.—Jokn Dunlap, JlfonufacturiTofTin, Copper,and Sheet Iron Warr ant Dealer in Japaved Ware. -$%t~ ':' No. 26, Market Street; (Si^n of tWVogte Pjt). Also kcepson hand Portable Tepid Balhs; Slipper and Shower do.; Bright or Planished Coffee and Tea JJrns Coffei-Fillers; Plate Warmers, ^e, 4-c; Russia IronSguare Siide Fenders, plain and beautifully ornamented, Which he will sell on rtasonable terms, wholesale and retail. The public a re respeel fully requested to call acd examine his slock oC ware. i I^ Hlghest price paid fDr old metals. ¦ sep 10 JOHN DDNLAP. ff-lOFFIN WAREHOUSE— A\>, 79, fourth, V>* Street, Between Wood and Smitnfiei4 .its. Two doors from the corner of Wood slreet. I Con. stanlly on hand an assortment of 100 ready ;inade COFFINS, ofevery size and description; cdvered ones, with Cloth: Mahogany, Cherry, Slack Walnut, Poplar, and Pine Coffins. ; ALSjO , Plates neatly engraved; Hearses and Cai+iages furnished; Graves procured; and all ser...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

^SSy SiaM Tn* ^ H rpRAVELERS TAKE *"^T7r'^H -I- provided with me Safeii. r ^ __H hUta priced «,vb , fisBre ' JZln!: _ H ful you are not deceived by I;W "" ___ gentsstaling their boaisio be B o '"r*_B| Guard, when they ,ren ot »,te P '^^H The following i,a | Ul or hB ^'mfi t4^H ly Guard ai .he Por. of PinTh '°P ^^H first on the list have ihe i1Hpr ov< * :'9 <^H ^VAN^V— '— ;^SS RARITAN, llriv^HHB NIAGARA ''h WM ORLEANS Sei?__i canton. ir"^. J^M LADY OF . LYONS" , n«toff__i VAtLEY FORGE, INnmiJH FORT PITT, C4? ASM BREAKWATER , ftl'EEN»___ EXPRESS MAIL, " uKt op__i paspiav BHl ^- 'Si CAhPlAN, F-i:ui 'SE^W WEST WIND. MINIMS MAKQUKTTE, OsPREvfSfSl TALLKYUANl) ; V ESEL^MS PANAMA, Fmv t>(i__l CICERO, AGSEs ^B SARAH ANN, M ES^JH NARHAGANSE1T, SV RATtH^ffl AMAUANTIi. ORPHaj ^ , « ¦ NEPTUNE, CECILIA S^ ADELAIDK, J II DILU^S NORTH BEND, G.\LES .v__| MARIETTA, ¦MKNTVe. JHH Tlie t ravel tag coniininni v :n e T^>(;r«H^H before l))t-y make a cljuirp ol a ''i^'JeffdHHI ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

INTERESTING CURE performed byDr.Svayne'a Compound Syrup of Prunus Virgitiianu,or Wild Cherry. Having made use of this invalual'le Syrup in my family, which entirely rarrd my child. The symplonis were wheezing and chofcin« of jihleym. difficulty of breathing, attended wivlv constant ennsh, spnsms, convutelows, Set. of which 1 had given upall hopes of its recovery until I was advised 10 nuke trial of this Invaluable medicine. After seein" the etl'ects-It hud upon my child, and concluding 10 make the same trial upon myseif, which en. tirely relieved me ofa cough lhal I wae afflicted wiih for many years Any person, wishing to see me can call at my house ill Beach Street, above ihe Market, Kensington. J. Wilcox. DR. EWAYNE'P SYRL'POF VVILDCHERRY. We call Ihe allenlion of ihe public 1.0 the numerous certificates which have lieen iu circulation in out paper Biid some ol hers of this cily, highly recommending Df. Swayni's Compound Syrup ol Wild Cherry.—We have seen the original certificat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

UNIVEKSITY OK VIUCIN'IA—MEDICAL DE. j PARTMENT.—Tlie plan olins;rur|ion in this tie. p.irtnicnl ol" the UuiversitylprPSenls peculianiit's not to lie found in no oilier School of Medicine in t/icfL'riion. The I Lectures coimnenco on Hie first pf October, and lermi- | nate on ti>e 4th of July ensuing. I Owinjj to the leitath of the session, which embraces a period of nive months, three I'rofessors are rnattled lo perform allihe dmtes which in olher medical institutions \ are usually as^i^ned tosix;and the students are seMom required to attend more than two lectues on the same! day. By (hisarrangement,the studeitls have an oppor j tunlty ofbeinj well Rroutu'nd in Auntomy, Physiology,! nnd other elementary branches of IMnlical Science, he- j fore they iiivrsliaale llijir apjilicalions in connection « ith lliesludy of Ihe praciiri- of Medicine and ?ur;pry Immediately before each lecture, the sludenlsare sub-Jecfpd in a full and and rigid ezamination . on the prece-1 ceding lectu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

Cincinnati, February 15, 1H40. Dr. SwaYkk—Dear sir:- Permit n.e lo take the UbcVly ' of writing to yon ai I Ms t*mp to express my approbation, and to recommend lo ihe aiieniion of heads (>f families aiid olbr.ru your invaluable medicine—lite Compound j ^yrun of PiutiusViTniuUiua, or Wild Cherry Bark. In |{ my iravpls of late 1 liavp seen in a z* e;ti many msiancps j ihe wonderful effeefs of j -o«r medicine in rel'eving c)u\* ' drtn of very ol^tiiiaie coinpluims, such as Coughing, ; Whoezins. Clioakip*! of Piile«m, Asllitnalif ;i\)ack. * ,_ ^-c. : Sfc. I should nol huve written this l»-ltpr, lioivevei , r\\ pi-esent.iiltlionjh I luiveft'it ii my duty lo add n-y ic.^ti tnony lo ii for sometime, had it noi heen Ibr a lu'e in. siauce where itie uuHiuitie aliovc ulludcd (o wa? insirumenial in reslorhi" to pi'rfpct heal I h an " "Only chilli," whose casd was almost hopclc??, in a family of my ;ic. quaintancr. "1 \nnnk nyuvpn," s:»irt vtie ri»alin« inoUu ' *p, "my child issavrd I ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

A BOON TO THE HUMAN R ACB!^iiOiseocer what mill destroy Life, and you area great man. ''Discover whalwtll prolong Life, and the vorld will call you. impostor." - ^ " There are faculties, bodily and intellectual, vith/n us. triUi trAtcA certain herbs have affinity, and over ichtoh they have power" Or. B. Brandrrih's Exlernal Remedy, or Liniment, which, by its extraordinary power*, abstracts Pain or Sorene.-e; llllis Sprains, iHIIT Finews, While Swellings Rheumatic Pains, or SllrVness, Siiffness of the Joints, Tumors, I'nnaliiral Hardness, SUIT Neck Sore Throat, Croup, Contractions of Ihe muscles, Scrofulous enlargements, Tender Feel, and every description of Injury affecting ihe Exterior of the Human Frame, are cured or "really relieved by his ncc-cr-to be sufficiently extolled rrmedy. t/ERTtFU »tk.—The followin: letter from Major Gen erai Sainlt' ord, as to the qualit ies ol * the External Remedy, speaks volumes: New York, Feh. 9,1842, Dear Sir—Wrl yon oblige n<e whhanotiu-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

ALLEN KRAMER, Rxchavge Broker, JVo. 46, Corner of Wood and Third Streets, Pittsburgh P&.— Gold, Silver, and Solvent Rank notes, bought amfsold. Sichi cltpcks on the Eastern cjlie?, for sale. Drafts, notes and bills, collected. references: Pittsburgh,Pa, Wm. Bell $ Co., John D. Davis, F Lorenz.J. Painlpr^ Co., Josepl^Wooriwell, James May Philadelphia, Alexander Bronson ^ Co., John U. Brown # Co. Cincinnati, O., James M'Candless. S*. LoiiU, Mo., J. R. M'Donald. Louisville, W. H, Pope, I2sq. Pres'l Bank Ky. ?pp fa REMOV \L«—The undersigned l»pgsleave to infynn ihe pnhlir. Hint tie has removed from his old stand, to the corn r of Ponn and St. Clalr sts., opposite the .Ex change Hotel, where he has fitted up a lartie Piano Fojite Ware Uoom, and now otfers for sale ihe most splendid assortment of Pianos ever ofTered in this market. ' His piT»no3 consist of dlrt"erenl patlprnp, of superior Rose Wood and Mahogany, beautifnfly n ' nfshrd and modpled, and constructed throughout of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

WARRANTED GENUINE.-Dr. William Evans's Camomile Pills . f^KRTiriCATKB.—Letter.tram Die Bon. Ab'li'iu lH'Clel-Inn,Sullivan County, Easl Tennessee, Membeiof Congress. Washijtotok, July 3d. 183$. Sir—Since I have been in this cily 1 have used some of your Dyspepiic^eiiiuiiie with infinite benefit and sqlis faction, and believe it lo be a most valuable remedy. One of my :onstiiuents,Dr. A. Carden, of ' Campbell counly, Tenneaaec. wrote tome 10send him some, which I Sid, and he has niployed it very successfully in his practice, aid says It -is invaluable. Mr. Johnson, your agent at this place," thinks you would probably like an agent In Tennessee. If so, I would recommend Dr. A Carder), as a proper person Id officiate for the sale of your celebrated medicine. Should you commission him he is willing 10 act for you. You can send the medicine by waier tofthe care of Robert King le Sons, Knoxville county, Tenpes. fee, or by land to Graham Q Houston, Taiewell, ?as.t Tennessee. I have no dou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

Secrbtary's Offiie, ), Harrlshurgh, Au«iist 24ihi 1842.C SAKE OP THECANALS AND RAIL EOAnS BELONGING TO THE STATE Noiice Is herel-y given lhat in pursuance of the seventeenth, eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth Sections of ihe Act of Assembly passed the 27th day of July, 1S42, proposals will lie rec«i ved at liie State Department until the laslMay of Novenil>er next, for the sale of all and each of the Canals and Rail Roads belonging to the Commonwealth, for which, Siatet Stock,at par value, will he ' received in payment. Each individual or Company in required, specifically, to stale, the particular line of Canal or Rail Road Which they desire lo purchase, the amount of 'ttreir. respective bids therefor, rite given and surnamesar.all concerned in the offer, together wllb thet place or place* if rf»ldenee.' In order thattbesamo may he laid before tue neilLegis. ature. . .. ' ' . -' - ¦ " '-;' - _, - :¦' ,r . " The proposals must beseateit on and dlretled in ihe ^'ffsry of C...

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