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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

GREATS*T.EOFPENNSYLYANIA LANDS, ^-c, BY AUCTION.—Will be sold by Tahlic Anetnm without reserve, for cash, to close t)ie concern, atlna Hall oftlieSarlboronghChapel, in Boston, on Tuesday. thefnurtK day of October next, commencing at nine of the clock in tbe forenoon. All the property of Ihe United Slates Land Com pan? consist in* of auout a 1404)00 Acres of good and well watered Farminaand Grazing and veryvalnable Timber Land, lying in Jefferson. McKean and Clearfield counties, in the Stale of Pennsylvania—on pans of which there Is abundance of Coal, Lime and Iron Ore, and manv MiU. seats; And of Claims against sundry persons for land "iota ' ying in said connties, that are considered good. And or Stock and Tools on a Fjrm in the township of Bradford, in the coun'y of McKean. in said Slate of Pennsylvania The hind will be sold in lots to sti!l purchasers, con taining from about £20 ta 5000 acre*. FnrthT particulars will be made known al thesnle.or on inquiry ofthe. sub«rriber, al ...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

OLf> r.STABLlSHED EMIGRANT , OFFICE, NO. Gi SOUTH STBEET, NEW YOP.S. JV«o Torkmd Liverpool Commercial Line of Paelett, Stihng ffeeilw.— The Sohscriher would respeei/ally inform sacb perrons residinj in this country as are desirous for sending for i heir friends to cuaie out from tbe old: country* Ibat be continues as usual to make engagements hy tvbfch passoojers'are brought out on very moderate, terms, in First Cla--s Ships, sailing from Liverpool weekly, and would issure persons desirous of coming by Ihe above Line, that asagrnts of first respectability are engaged at Li verpool, there wifl be no detention whatever al thai point. He is also prepared at all limes so furnish Sigbl Drafts for any amount to assist in preparing passengeis for the voyage,payable throughout the United Kingdom.atd in case 'the parlies agreed for should decline coming out, Ibe I'-ismcc money shall be refunded without redaction. For further particulars apply itbv letter to JOHN HEP.DMAN. No. Gi. So...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

H H1GBY—«V«. 121.-Center of IFtnd amd *>e»t « Streets, Pititbi-rgk, has on hand a complete assortmentof Qa«-inware mired ro the cltr or country Hade. Also, a choice selvclion of pore while and foldhand DINING A ND TEAM'ARE, io large or small sets, or separate pieces to snil pnrrhasfTS. A cask of 46. 60. or 84 piece sets, snperhly painted and silt EnsH?h China Teaware.at very low prices. Toy Traware, plain, and rich painted and giU, from 1.00to $5.00 per set Children's Jlnis of every description. While China Shavins Mn:s. Granite Dinins a. d Tea Services, in' while and wilh splendid American se-enery printed in bile and Mack. A lar;e variety of SieamlK>at Dining and Breakfast S»l=, imported to match, complete, Fire Proof stone baking plates and dishes, from Ibe Derbyshire Potteries. Flint and Grer-n Glass. In all their varieties. Wiudow Glass, of every st7.e. TaieiH Bucket--, Tnhs and Keelers. Slone Ptpe H<-nds. $-c. ire %c. All nf whirh are respeelfnlly offere...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

D AVI ft CLARK. Ag't. Saskienaklc Boot Maker,— flas removed to No, 34 Market street, between Second and Third streets, where he wood he hajipy to see his old costomers. and all others who fi»l disposed to patronize him. He use; nothing hat flrst rate stork, and empluys the best of workmen; and as he trives his constant personal ailenlion lobasjness, he trosistnat be will deserve and receive a fair share of patronage. wp 10 FCUITsS. ICECREAM. ^ CONFECTIONARY.— A Hnnker respeclfbliy informs:llis friend?and the public Ilial they can always find 1 be best quality of Ice Creams, together with al; kinds of confectionary and fruits, in their season, at his establishment—No. 11, Fifth street, bMween Wood and Market. N. B.—Parties supplied on the shortest notice, with cakes, or anything in his line. Also families furnished wilh Bread. up 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

EVANS'S CAJVOMDLE PULL tS.—ABBAHAM J. CLEMBS, re«idin- at 66Molt Ureel, New, York, was afflicted wiih D;>p«p?la in iu mast ag-raTjtled Torn. Tbe (7010101111 were violent beadaebe, great debility, fever. eoiliTeness, coogh, bean, harn, pain in the chest and siomaeb alwaja after ealin;, impaired appetite, sertation of siakln; si tbestonaeb, farndtdagae , aausu, wHb freq«eat»o»f«i«-«r ,<Jiziii>e8 towards alghl and redleoes. Tbesehad c<mtlaue4ap. war* of a . twelvemontb, wbea, on eowoltiag Dr.Win. Eras*. 100 Chatham street, and tabailttsg to hia ever jtocqesafal tad agreeable mode of Ireaimew, tbe paties: was completely restored to bealtb in the dwit space of ooeBOBlb,aadfTatefsl toriiwucalcalaklekeBeStderrr. ed. «ladlj> eaaie forward awl votaMeered the ate>caUie For tale. Wholesale and Retail kjr ' ft-E.SEU.EKS.Aae*. «ey 10 Ko.30, Wood atnet. Wow Sccmd

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

DB , J. B.TIBniTT'S, BesseetiaUjr inform the eiir zens of Pillsbar-n and vicinity, tuat be has return - ed lo lhc cily. He hopes to iftire llw ronfideuee ot bU former rqtrons and iue_ pnWfc.seoewIlT; acd srtietts » renewal ofa porlion oC: »bair pvrojagr. fo coHBexioo bo woaldobserve ^ lnat tbe operation of tftaolrHjr. lot breaking t>«stoaeia ibe Wadder ant allowing it lo pass ofwilb the ariiw,) i«ever» where ca<n«a1rfi»g Ibedeep-, ut tnlerest. llehoprs to ejteod ihe)b»H«l oTtbi*bniiHf his profissfcn io the alflicten1 . Strieiares, Disear * of ° Uie Sladder and Kidoejs,-wlikb dttasferaiHyfeUaw^- will likewi«e receive aUemion. Taoae- from a ilMtai ee wishmf feilber iaruraatHM will apply peoonaUj or by teller, i or if &s$rr4 ran fce aecomuMiiiaieal at his dweHlns.ln • crilred fort oUb* City, on Third, betwnn Ferry and Liberty sis. srp 18

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

FARM FOR S VLE.—Trieundt-rsijned offers for sale a trad of land si!uaied4 miles From Freepnii. In ibe direclion of Kifl.-inning, Buffalo 'township, Armstroni connly. containing 100 acres, 65 cleared and under good fence; 10 of whicn are in meadow— a good square log dwelling honseand cabin barn erected thereon—an apple orchard or 80 bearin- trees—and a spring of excellent water convenient to the house. FOR TERMS apply to the Euhscribers residing at the Saltworks on Ihe Pennsylvania Canal, 1 mile above Freeport. sep 10 WM.* PHILIP BAKER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

J BtTZ, No. 141 Ufertytimft Kltslwrsfu .WfaaM • rale aarf Setail (irsceraad Oaater Ja jM».a Iroi ana fitMt, G<a«sa»U CasUate, Kfl4s«?&r»r^for«B tt easMawn *"* U>e oaUlcje»?raUy^|fc»»» *aW«w te Hi aaeatlaeatof Onoria, arUc|ttar; iokn ft* *&£& a^iwr tasWiteria*.. - ' ;M^0S^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

T J. FOX ALPF.N jjftoriiey ami Canmtellrr o' • Lav. C tTi rs his prolrssional services to the citizens of Piiishnrsh and hopes for a share ol pnMiepatrona^e. He will execute alt kinds cf writin; with neat ness and dispatch. Cases in hankraptcy attended to on reasonable lerms.—Offire in Smiihfield street, al the house nf M f. Thomas O'Seil, to whom h« refers, sen 10 T. J. FOX ALDEN.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

J AMBS A. VEA2ET, Farwardiwg ad Cm*t*ei*k JfercAttU, Agent for Steamboat CievebBd and KeaaqrhraBtaaadOtOd Lio«. Baviag lealeAtbe waic Iwaas fonaet^-gmf ledby Blr«r»-baBt »• Co., Sc. 60 *ValerSt<«ar,M*w«eaWood aaCBadiafieM^ui frtriftd to m*re*m* *>twu4iM*» ftf-fan «¦ «»e'««*** flS^^aaa^a^a^La^^J aa^aaa^a> J4ak ^B^BaSaBaaBft^ftBaiBaiaiBBBTBBBBML ^ ^— "* ^* a»10 < - " "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

BY Morrison &f Co-London, for sale only hy S. N. WickerSriam, corner of Wood street and Virgin alley Pittsbor5h Pa. and n. Harwood, Beaver Pa. who issole agenl for Western Pennsylvania. kp 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

rj&t%e fercc*J «f* lo*e ' tM&il»-further go »• "I ¦ ^f{«t»r lo anfp'G^ftin^ ¦* man of uo/j bofl^ wenroufwito Slfsa* Brady, a nir>8 SiUlerJftdy, anrj treated to brandy, and spn^^-cake and candy, and more things so daintyr and kisses ia plenty. But at. length the Bad fellow, grew awfully mellow; and asjie was walking, and kissing and talking, with pretty Miss Brady, the nice !ittl<nady. a parse full ofthino, (1 wish it was mine oh,) h« whipt from her pocket, and cleai ed like a rocket. But soon he vigas taken, while tracks he was making, and lodgings assigned him, where justice might ifind him. But the maid, on the morrow, came forward in sorrow, her little heart heaving,, and tears her eyes leaving, aod hogged lhat his Honor would pity poor Gonnor—to which he consented, as Connor repented, when off went the couple, with limbs mightjjfsupple, and left us prestiming that matft^B so blooming, herself to a life oTinuch Uoti^le was dooming; for Jobny^tbe Wo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

see gtrst Page. fCP fl le Gazette is working away most diligeutly, in the vain attempt to make some capital lor its parly out of ihe Tariff question.(It aeems^jfceediog ly out of humor because we \S-not the editors of the Manufacturer when its alleged anti-tariff extract from that paper was written, and petulantly says that that is our "only defence "j We should like to know whal better 'defence' we could have. The eiv, tire sufficiency of our 'defence,' too, is «f* pareut fr<>na:ibo fact lhat tfce Gazette is driven to extremities, and has been busy for the past two days quoting irrelevant sayings of | UlitfcJans awl editors oC«veiy State in iheUnion, to prove its first position: that die Morning Post is hostile to a Tariff 1" The Gazette ought to be. the last paper in the World to inculcate the idea that a party pabef-w answerable for all the peculiar views awl varying shades of opinion held or expressed by the writers and oratois of its party. How if the Gaze...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

Death of Thomas L.loy<l. We learned yesterday th;it Mr. Lloyd, late coilectoi of ihe city revenue, who was! charged with bein<r a delaulier lo a consid- I erable amount, died on boar I of the Una Hope, on her passage from Monrovia, Africa, to this port. This is ihe vessel in I which he left the r.ity, bound for -Cape de VerJ or a market.' After disposing of her cargo and getting oae in return, this port was made her point of destma ion. OiVihe voyage the Alncan fever broke out, and in its ravages carried off the best part of the i crew, and one or iwo passengers, among] the latter was Mr. L'oycJ. Tims ends the life of a man, who from the. force of circumstances and not innate depravity, was stigmatized as criminal and depraved. Wei have always be'ieved ihat Llovd w s more j sinned against ih-an sinning. His natural! generosity cf disposition made hi:n • * \m \ tim. He'Lad nol fortitude to re.«ist the: impo:tuni'ies uf professnd friends and was ' led step by slep,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

e«itmcrtc« i^ 's ?*^ The transactions of tbV^J /***>! limited, both in dry gooiB ..j^i country merchants and peo|) . ^ when necessity urges them in ?N business of the present month -^ tici patrons fornud on what h»» ** in Se^lemUer. """naty Produce, non- over, is „, -. . exports continue to be hcjTv'^S believed that we are nn lon^T-S* Ihe East ..r il>a South; 8nd ,£; '» ^ ed by itccnl exchangeope "''^S Missouri is selling «^bl * h «»• 1 lipercent. ?rem :5nl0 , 5^ , cent., but unquestionably .;?,,* * soldatpsr. From N.J^f'bi^ ceiving, and shall continue i'*" mount* of specie, which h » <*« o( trade is in oar &„<„ ¦ "8 " W| there is evidence of the «»m *» theEas, , , ntheab und: a7: ff «;; id market. - r< *»ltrt In .mr currency there ha, W . tible imprrvcnionl. TbeamtZ,S 'W specie paring bank nole s »S> materially increased, ,nd ihi, i ^ be projrrcmTe . a, we shall f I'0 * months continue to export mZk * imi-orl in trad*. H mwh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

Another Declination. We are authorized to slate that Mr. WILLIAM McJUNKIN, of Plum Township, who was nominated by fie Working-men'e Convention, for Register, declines being a candidate. The nomination was not desired hy him, nor is he willing to be instrumental in placing in jeopardy tbe success of the Democratic Ticket. The'Work ing-man's Journal will please withdraw his name and announce tbe fact of his decli nation to its .readers. rott tbi MomiKQ lronT. U*Monnoiiism.«£3l Afe»«r«. Edilort—Sits, in your columns of the 20lh iist., I find an anonymous article, written by somo person who thinks himself "too small a fish" for me to "saich-" This is to say, sir", that a fish too small to bear a name, I do not desire to catch, £>r all the good fish will have a name, found written in the "Lamb's Book of Life," and consequently will be "fettered into vessel*," while "the bad v. ill be castaway." I wish to say to the public, that all and every thing- that is required by me...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

5?be Times. it is with much pleasure that we daily perceive a change taking place in Mercantile anil business affairs, and matters arc now assuming n more firm and healthful aspect. We ascribe this change to several causes. The discharges under the Bank* rupt Law, however in ?orae instances Iraudulent or unjust, unfettered many really honest and active men, andhave^iven them a new start in life. The great abundance 6 agricultural crops enable the farfners to arrange matters with the country siorekeep. ers, and the storekeepers in their turn, to accommodate affairs with the eastern Mer chants. The Tariff has caused prices to remain firm; has prevented many Factories from going out of employ, and has restored others which were heretofore idle. And above all, there is a restoring energy, /irtue and enierprize, in the democracy which cannot long be. repressed or defeated. The signs of the times leave no doubt of its re-establishmpnt in 1844, and the hopes and confidence of the peo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

Doz's yew Work. To the great horror ol the American people be it spoken, that Dickens is writing a work on this ill fated country, in which it is more than probabletbat he will cut ns^jp into mincemeat, and leave noth ing of us to gratify the cruel appetites of future tourists. The new book is to be cal-Iftd 'American Notes for G-enpratCirculalion,' and judging from sundry on dits of dreadful signification, those notes smell so strong of gurtpowdeT, that it is to be apprehended when they appear, poor Uncle Sam will have to give up the ghost. ThVis efue+ m Uoz, very! • For did we not do every thing that humble sinners <vinld dojUJLjConriliato his favor ami effrfctiops, ami get a kind ^vord from t,im1 Did we not faWn upon him like spaniels, and run hither and thither in his I lain like puppy dogs, and dinner dim, and poetaster Mm, ami almost worship him, until theee;«vas no life expected'^ — And jet, af ler;»rl torsonth, he iutn9 iound and writes bard-thiogs of us. O, Dic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

ai '.-. Manners. Altenriqn to manners may notjappenr. firtt vte%0Ji!*ve, any connexion wiihlhp health , tfiitiijs not so, All our habits of bodv and mind are so intimately relateu. ihat their mutual influence is great; and not one of these habits can be named thai does not, dhec ' t^ or VndirpcUy.affecUhe health. And I maintain thai ^entti»HJanly manners prevaient in good society, are (adorable to health. I sp^Jr.,not Hem ofChesterfieldian niceties, nor of CbeaierfteUian absurdHiei; but of those fun<!ame«talTules offioKlehess, wfiich regnlate the eondtfct of a gentleman. These principles dispose hi«n to treat others with urbanity, kindness,ami due respeel; to make him extremely <cJ«ui >us of ioj««f»g their feelings, diminishing their reputation,, or throwing obstacles in ihe way of their enjoymeir. AniJ on the contrary, it is a leading subject in »ll his intercourse with oth ers, to make them happy; not indeed, by any sacrifice of truth, or principle, bu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 26 September 1842

Awful Calamity at Kceaeville. More, Man Twenty Lives Lost.—The following graphic desciyjlim of Oils cabm jty is ah extract from the letter of a Jady, Staying at Keeseville, to her husband in AlbaMiy:v i . ' . ' ,v v, . ..... Keesevill*:, Sept. 15 1842. "Sk^sard'had jiist got to the budge a<* it hrofe. ' - "H&-saw several of tbe people drown Three-tittle boys, and it was supposed one woman, had gone down to rjse no more. flach heart-rending cries for help I never h^ard before. Three men held on to the iron railing of the bridge for an hour and a quarter, Robeit Miller went out in a BtriiH boat to save ;hem, but the current was so rapid that th&; boat upset and he too wIb drowned, the'more regretted for his .generous exertions in trying to resctje the Others. All the stores and shops were closed and every one came to help. Ropes were thrown out to them, but they broke and ODjy one man was saved, lc is sup-^joced dial twenty are drowned, among them one oi ;...

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