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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

You should never ha»e accepted. Youshould have rested yourself.1 After the next dance, the moment her partner has handed her to her seat, the fi* ure of her husband appears like one of those phantoms that arise so siaringly by the agency' of Phantasmagoria. jr. 4 How red you look!' exrlauns the Attentive Husband, wiih ihe mournful air of a watchful mother, who suspects from the pulse of a child, the existence of fever. •The poor woman tries to smile as she replies, 'la there anything strange in having-a color after dttnctnsr. ' .' 'No, not a little color I admit, but upon my soul,.I never saw you look so feverish before.' ' 'An idea snddenly flashes across the mind of the pour wonian, so mortifying and ap* palling that it visibly deepens the carnation o) her cheek. Something whispers that her complexion approximates to that of a lob sier, a/ter its immersion in drilling water. She appeals to her next neighbor nnd ascertains it to be 'a weak invention of the ene my. A young gentl...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

See First Page. ^¦ ^^^^¦ MM^P^^H^BMPM The Workingracn. The selr -consiilute(i organ of the Work. ingmen cannol he imlucod 10 declare ihe principles in favor of which it would enlU1 ll.e workingmeti of the city and county, but attempts to get over ihe questions we pro pounded to it, by Jelling an anecdote about a co ' ored man antl his master. This may satisfy ihe editor for a " come off" for the time bpiiitt, but the work'n<nnen whose votes are solicited, want'somethittg more tangible than negro jokes or unmeaning t-vattle abou1 the " nhackles" of parties. The recent experience the people have liad in bestowing a " generous confidence," on designing demagogues who seek their suffrages, with loud pnifee'-'ions of reg-.irJ for their i iterpsts, hoi t the fame time, refuse to declare any fixed political policy, has latight them to be wa ry of such politicians, and lo withhold their favors from ail who refuse to trust their prin cipl'S to public scrutiny. We )iave ahvavs ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

Attention, ^S4H You a-e hereby n 'liEed to '-^H^ >lace (on LiW-rty street,) on Vi^JMH iijt. al 1 uVuck.'. \1 ^H E'n iH Pitts ' .ur eh, Sept. 21th 1^2. SBi ¦ '— ^HH i^o smoke us jiJfP cuF.i rcnm^ of Regalias, CnzaJtrn, /".-muJMH Half Sjiavish Cigars, ant)/^i rnle ^^^BJ r obacco may »{\vav3 he frf"<! >7 ' Tz^^mM inicmr,s6 Fourth street, ov7»«Uit <-HH 'tiolc.^alr and retail. flEBES L>O-V Z) J.Y£> MCrX TOj3OS. • *«^^S Lj ailepcn hundtc* dollars on ^W gtgt up. or more yearg, (at the oplion f! ^^^ roperty of i;aulile the amaiim. N. l ^^S e given. Apply loMr. tlurri. j . 5t"^-^.^ ses>24—If J t.^ ^< TATF. OF HfnfJl.Y.I.— Fm Q^^ O Ian.I in Dearliurn coiuili-, f' aW^ff ami i> about iwenlv miles froin '^^H^i .own of Lawreuceliurs ;l w^my ti>tda£»§ Dali) on ihe road lo In h inatiom.; |gSH nei2lihorhoof|. A rat I oiic rlurn: j. :^WB near ?atd land. .Apply lo !V]r Hjr'S.SnH CRED/7'ORSUke iioiire Hull ' -MB Court orConunon Pi ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

ai Reception of Col. R« M* Johnson. a raeeung 01 me utneers ot me rmsourgo Votantaer Legion hel.1 on Taesday cvenioff, 20th insu Lient. Col. EvTrovfllo was appointed chair man, and Captain Robert EJrter Secretary. O.i motion of the Sccrotirv. tbe following pre amble and resolutions were unanimously adopted. Whereas, information his reosnlly been received that our city is .soon to be favored with a visit from Col. Richard M. Johnson, and whereas a Sildier's Wilcom: shouldjalways await Uic heroic defender of hi* Coun'ry, Uieretore, Resolved, thuihe Pittsburgh Vulaateer Legion will paradd <>n the ocj-ision, anJ escort the patriotic veteran lo the city. Re.wlvoJ, that tha several Volunteer Companies of the city and C.iunty be respectfully invited lo unite witli us in welcoming to the city our distinguished guest. Resolved, lliat the proceedings of this mae'.ingbe signed by the Chairman aud Secretary, and published in t'.ie daily papers of the ci'y. ELIJAH 1R0VIU.O, i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

Twenty Hours Lnier from Europe. AftfMVAL OF THE ACADiA. The steim ship .-VaHii arrived aL Boston on Sunday a('t<'rri(io:i at '2 tj'cl' c! t. The news she brought was mostly anticipated by rhn \Vr?t<:rn. Tbo A'-a'li.i landed 23 passengers al Hali'ax, received 12 at that purt, and brniiiihl 52 lo Iio6li>n ° . There had bicn no ulteralion in cotton at Liv. erpool. Sales on the 3d inst. rea ' ched 2S00 bags, mnbllv to ill" trade. The be-t brands of flinr ndvnnced six pence on the 31. It wis a spurt only. It had been clearly ascertained that tlie harvest would be a full average one. The disturbances in the manufacturing and minin^ districts -.vere cun-idered as over, yet some symptoms of turbulence occasionally ap |iearcd, anil th" people generally seemed indi-po?- ed lo return to wcrk until abenluUly driven to it bv personal tuffering. Agilau-.n was still going (¦n. The Auirshurg G.izel'c, of th^ 24th ult., state hut an extensive conspiracy, having t ' nr i'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

RECEPTION OF Coi. it. iii. jo ii :\ soi*. A.^a meeting of ihe Commiitee of Arrangement held at thn House of Cor.. TaoviLLO, on Weones day, the 2Lst iusl. the following resolutions was aduptcd. Resolved, lhat the several volunteer companies of Pittsburgh aad vicifiity ate requested to co-opcrate in I In; formalize of a military and civic pro. cession, to escort the Hero of the Thames lo the Guanly Line on the mornina of the 27th inst. at 8 o'cluclc,.where he will be received hy ihe glorions sons of the Star in the West., : II was resolved th%t the Hon. W, WilKin* be appointed to addnsa Col. Johnson on behalf of tho citizens of PiUnbuvgU and adj.iining county on hia arrival in thU ti<v at the Exchange Hotel, on Monday the 26th, P. iVl. Resolved, That the Citiiang of ihe City and County of A Uopheny, without dial (notion of Par ty, are respect r ully invited to attend., to partici pate in the procerdingB for the reception ot the Hero of lie Thames, ALL A.RE INV^ ITED^ LET ALL ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

®*Mnnmm o» -hesa-.h orA U?(lst XM «n« of Eng'uni) amounted lo hn r^M of m,uty eight m uuaa dolla.T^m million d.-IUrs morR u .'• *!>« ofJU>y. Bu^hilch?" ,^.^ Mock binks dimii,Uhed ,M ,h Nffi crease ofpaper iMDe,in ^g not in (lie course ofili« "- ""etaH ThHdec«..oin ° ,hl ,h9 ci^«J and Joint Siock ba,,kv i"' .!^* the troubles in the L ' ^B district, It majb.p.r'l1 " and partly owill<r ^ i . "'"!"** Eng,a,,dlaidSo,neum a e t;^ l Sjo«kb»nk.by,t,ownBllU7,Ph « ullim^lel.lhc onl.,,, „, ¦ ' "» The bullion in tl, U n&l «tthelate.td.I e.f ,,, 9,5700 Ipm million dollars -^ ?rrnl , ' "' '"tM merican banks n.,^ ;^. ^ »f bullion and «,. ,£„, J'».fl a2reat bank expansiOTi ^of '« counteracted by „,,„., ^ «pM by reducing t|,.r,t,f ¦ • 'htM cent., seem toW ^.^ lJ expar>smn. s *'? . Ons D»t Latfr no* V.c»™, J paper, of Sopt 4 which we V,ve;H tlie Acadia, slates tiut thp drm,i"B t!ie 3. was m , j Wno , ' 500 bag's, nf.-irly all n ' ivl.icl, |,,J jj tlie trade. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

Foieign Clippings. Frorn llie Liverpool Correspyndent of Ihe N' Y. Union. Charhs Dielirns »s writing a work on Araerica! Il is amiDUncrd lo appi-ar in Oe(ol>cr, in 2 volumes, and will be called "American Notts for General Circulating" On <!>: that il will be dreadfully sutrieai. An Ir sh attorney, called Leonard, is coming out in Powti'a clv.miclers. He is said lo be a veiy clerer actor, and had an inimitable brogue. Djniel O'Connell declines to be re-elected Lurd Mayor of Dublin. The; British have met wiih more reverses in In. di.i, and with a disastrous defeat at the Cape jf Good Hope. Brougham and his wife, of the old Olympic, are on the wing tor the United Siales. The crops are abundant all over the kioeoom.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

The Money Voted t>v Coiisre-is. Thedurk nfide House of Repiesenlatives, in ccunpiiance with an Act of Congress, has published in (he National Intelligencer, a detailed st;iie inent of Ihe ip,)ropriati)iis niado during t'>e late Fe.esion i,f f'ongre?s, »|>cf ifyinn llic ainnunt and olTjcct of each. The following is a recafjilu 'ation ot the whole: Civil and Diplomatic lUt, S3 3C3 293 53 Anny, 6-405.280 36 Navy, 6,774.405 42 Fortifi(wti.>n5<, 278,000 00 Pensions, 73W.776 00 Indun DcjrarimeLt, trealic, i(r. l,3f>(),077 47 Privale hi:Is, Huu-ie of Representatives, 37,585 01 Private bill.-, Suua!e, 62. 773 03 S24, 952.190 82

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

OUR WEEKLY Pffl Tbe Mercury and KaH Will be published ihis ^ay.jrfJB rrcat v.iri- y i f in-,n- t g for,i,a8 1» .*3, misceliinroui mnUctn , itt. SB Ti»<? fig-lit in N-w York, * Indign itir>., Precession in Nilfflj Mai'in ducti'ins, ^ r) ppo^Jti')n Ticke', Sp Tlie Workii.rman, M The Tariff, M Floriiia N.ws—^!orf Ma^ei., m Prncccdin^s nf Sufircmc C'oo-!, 13 TI.e Abduction Pi it, jgj Decisions in Bankruptcy, » The Iron Ship, M Cabinet Change1- , SM And a gr:at lariely ofTak-s .PtiH &.C., &.C., &.C. H Price 6 cents a( fl

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

• , Romance lu Real kifie. The Fans Globe furnishes the following NepoUtian romance: The Countess MulSoli was left a rich and beautiful widow, at the age of twenty-two. Ionamerablfi suf tort came; but the Duke dp Her ¦ miiio was flife only one whose -sighs were fecip rticited. . Their union was agreed upont and deferred orify till the term of ^widtf*&MJii -bud; expired. One Jay, =at a j^fi^j htf jfiEWOg Countess took the fancy of consulting a foitune teller, who was there for the entertainment of the gties's. He. as usual, examined the lines of her hand, and, with a troubled countenance and tremulous voice, said, "tady, you are at the gates of the temple of happiness,' but you will never enter, and will die in ditpsir.'' The lady was deeply affected by ibis prediction; and all tbe affectionate sootbings of her lover -were scarcely adequate to re stor-e her mind to tranquitity. Time &11J passion, however, had obliterated the impression, when the Duke de Herm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

John Tyler like Balun, .'* > ihePonlaad Ar.us £' „£ talks more sense than iV1 ' drive him » ^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

TI8. PHILLIPS tf WM. H. SHITB , EU1TOK3 AKD PKOPRlfl (IRS PITTSBURGH, SVrURUAY.SRPT'. 24. ( 842

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

(j^j-The Coit>ncrop Florida fiis season will amount to 40,000 bales.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

D IA.W. P AT i iWSCfSt O*» •« iBiiU"*1 * «•»«*!? near iaiji. -'' " r*^-: . ' ?::; - y'- ; ** W -j ¦ I EOS AH© COHMISSIOR MBROHA»TSL-i*- K«i ler woald respectfully inform httoJdeim^Bie rf i-ii frieai»,U»at be has this day undated with fcim A. Me llwaine. mitt the few of-a. Keller f Co., and retaowd bis fewer buiaess i>f demlerin Iron and Sails,at hi* old ¦land,No.53.Front!*., lieiweeo Wood and Market s>«- A renewal of hig old c«om, and ibe patronage of tbe noblic senerally, te rerpertfoUy mpu-ttei. *' Pitisborgh.r\piil8,«842- 8AMTJEI, KELLER, seplO ALEX'S. M'lLWAINEROBERT PORTER, Jltum, * L**. —OfBee onlbCM»nierofFortu»ndS«ii!b8e!d»is. seplO SECRET ART'S OFFICB, ) * HiLERisBCKea. September 14b,184i ^ SALE C F STOCKS OWNED BY THE CO3IMONWE^LTB, AT AUCTION. IN pursnance of tbe provisions of i?ie 4tb section of an Acl of AMembly, pasted Ihe 27ili day of July last. enlilled.'Aii acl to provide for th- ordinary expenses of the Government-payment of the interest on tbe Stal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

| | ^-:-5^S^^r ^ - F^^S^!-f^g!s^i» U^ . MAIL LINE of --vlci'diii P:i«eiiger #l'-nm Patk-B e's front Cinri ii nylM ? St. Untiis Tlie jifw .'sjiff-ndid. T.i.-l rti !inin2, (*- If^fit draft*hi >{rzm racr.i-t- R'eet irittdntd . ' \ tmp ireil. wiil ru n ni = rp«ut-hr Pack-i--. Truui CiMPlimnti io r-l l.-ni-. Will leave fincinnali and >l. Loui> evtry \Ve;lnp-Ml;iv morning, at 10 oVl.vk. P^-' n-n r? from i lip E"-t nml \Vp>i u:ay n-Iv itnnu I licir -larliu* |iun- luaMy ap :irfvi'rli=pil. F*~p HI C-tHEul! ()E? TAKK NOTH'K th-t we liave npi.lud -'Ui ihp ("nurt of('oiiKium Plp;i« of A'tp^hPiU* Ciiiiniy for llie henent of the i-jw« pnnrtp.l r..r the rcl: pf of It;s->1. vent Heritor^, anrl fliat ^tdt'-tin (a- nprKJinlfrf ll;p 4! 'i Vond-iy of Octo^-er for the lienring o us and oar crp.di lor*, al llie Court (loii~c, in tin* county aforesaid. When and wliprp yoo ntny atiend il' ^ on ' ttiink proper, and phow caase.if any yno have, why we sdouid not he dischar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

BaJJffitam5^^^ . *- W ST InnlMf read u* Mtowfet aco_»t *f «• «W» »^ c«e« «f a ca»|rii **M at «A_<m_ if itfwput ' toj-hy tbe w ot Bramtmb Pitt*. - It *Mi*l £ rtare* , ibcre »re feerto fc mm wWcb la«__ttt; Pn en* now oTdiM_-8.ai_ Brin«nsh> FM»ma«r%««r ikem. E«il »wU*«a»»*«ced. Taken* «M*»k*a_l»*r»e_ ' £XTMpiij)fjirjitrcear. ojr#/EeBJwr»'SH. DUHRH(BJ,JL\-n JifHECTJOX OF TH£ i,ti.YQS. JOBX^aw. or l-emb-oke, rV«iuBsum coar.tT,MirtM, twin- dn.'j s« o-b, say^ i|_, fe «_, fetf, «iafc_u, elr* at«at Fix isot^fo *),»«. Tl*j»ii»io Mt*«4, feiraft, I***, Jeft «iii« and wie? b> to: «o hut Ural he uaj ««*. b'eto l;elBnim5eif.«n<»w_ru.lu-oUvo M«Cfce1*e* Pwi. lilatTalfce city of Boston. Tnal »ft«*rt«i W «W hospital fee week».Ih><*or O'bnWhc *U Ml kaaw wh»t au itw mattef with Mm, an* thai h« tnaU oj " uolnt*; for itiat. KurrnaU he «>rr»cril>e »»? tnadiclM. Thai l>e, therefore, wa» cimr»»«i from tbe Cutisn Has pitalio thr SaitorV i ru...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

| rM.ceoRGgr^irts AuiiJ^m^cfeHtb.-OA., ' JLV rEUX rf* tonpiwm WBfimwl O»ni r , t "««"«* re^eooui* tefima ibe paMtr. time be ku ' ¦adeowsf Itieq^vtlamHtani <n«roT<-rt«< ta sedidiM,, rvvr known, and whi-^i will he rp-»ried 4v<eater as foraiMg «n epock i« i he art oT kotioir. | After aa ardon aptOicatnn trf ytar<aewwrj hy th« iwstmedirat wrUers.and the ligtats of nP"ii-t>re. iluict • rroos a wUeWexteadedpraeiiee .te ha*w*e«ieda pill so ' e»» in OfM-raliOH.jet so ponerfol lo effpf;'.so»fr in a^. i and ret so Uioro«g4} iberajK-loUck is qojl''y, «tM » wi« rad.cally cure nearly ill Uo» disease, io whirli hmnani- ' irwbeif. THe «i««a«eis«> Bjreiy * rOp,,rtMBWi_,t»I poaiponent inrrprjimpnls are « acmralMy ad]n.<4rd,that j ii npcratesnpo" (%«mst>M,part*.and »W»r)«of thc*j »- i irra will! nnwerfal efficacy. • - I I-.bHlk)ui=d$«orAvSttSeffl«i. wm,deirfBl. Hremr.ws <be sltialed andaeid bites, pron^esa laeaaby srrplion,; and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 24 September 1842

, t 11 | j ' ji i j DR. JOHN KTESTOV-! Inrlian •nrrmr. A e«r<sln rnrn f.ir nr*enterr. P.loi»dr Fli.x.^holrra Morluii-. Pammer rnmnlaini.and -t'l dt-nrripr- nf the i -nrp!-. P^r formin* a pi-rfrrl *-nre in nn" nr 1bmi Ah r<-. *' i'lfnn« hnve rii*»d w'lh Itie riventerv. Su-nmi*r rVimnlainl* anH other rli^-rderp nf the '.owe p. fi-nm. th^- wmn? tr ^ninienr and improper medK*ine3 made»i«epf hv Phr-iriaini anrf othersin ailernolins to rnf. Th<vnriir-le<i Ihis me ir; nr i- rompof-ed of. itp/p ti-prl in the nrci D'ace amnnj the Indians, and tiasnever failed in a single instance, in ef fi-ctinsn enre fnr anv di~«rrler of the liowelp. in vun« nr olil. .A* i' t>xrp**d* nnr 1iii*>° ever diacovr-ret evprv j molher phon' ii have ii ronslnmly hv her, nnd -hn'ti 'd px j lend the fcnowiedren! jt as fnr no lars in her fWiWFr. nnd liv ihis m*^inp care llie livesof Ibmisa nd -, who wc-ulif Otherwise die if ther I-new not of ihis mr-di#-i«e. i it i- a prv-ili...

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