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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

¦¦-¦-' -..¦¦¦-¦ ..-..;. ¦ - ¦ . ...... - n - j. |_f, i Ajjatja iffiwi yntjfr'H";; ' " —"* in Mini nn 1111 jUJHiHii . "Aa anre a dog as ever fqojjht at tiflld11 nffMlr, Tbey wbo haye bad a favorite 4m*-« who has not/—who bare that fnlmpjifflia tsote sympathy jo afijicrian, aad#»4Mt maiiou and gaiety which bis gafn>ioktiui» around our -happier boure, wi|l ne( «Bwki< to participate in the grief of the tutfaW* family of Augus Cameron, *s they «Hrm| upon th© faitbfu! creature who, »w b&h qt up his bead and looking in hfa nmiafj face for the fast time, aaok patientlydtnra and, while poor little Jeanie iu«g htittft beside hira, stroking fiTn ntiffrnirfjj Utiofc, and mixing her fast falling tears wfthititSi life-blood that dabbled itis afaaggy «mt, stratched oqchia limbs, gave twoorttam coDFulsipe twitches, and died. Jmtm would not believe that: Loath wat dmd, and «vcn her grandfisKber. «kiiofurfa -«»% tradiciiiig her assertion that he still.imti. wiib the irri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

. >Wj^k^< BrOVt?S CdehrmtU ftmmtt thtt Z~f, aJi^"* »rest»ogly recommended to lben«Jice.or '^ '»«*» m a safe and eflteteit remedy In removing tltoB#eoBiptaii,upeeii!toMo tfaeiriez,fron majtef exerciseor general debility of the syatem. They *viale 5^* l» <ul«!y »w» c6wneract-*n Hyrterte.1 «od Herons areetiom: These Pills have gained the sanction and approbation of the mo* eminent Physician in thetJoiled Slate*, and n.any Mothers. For sale Wtooteok¦ ami ReIail - ^ RE. SELtCTB, Agem, « P 10 Ko. 20. Wood Street,betetr Second. W9I. AD AIR ? Bottani-Bkot Maker. Libert 3 St., opposiu tie head of Smit.Jieid. it., PUUtmrgk^ TLe subscriber having bought oat the slock of the late ' Thomas Bafli^rijaflecaiEed, bag commenced basinen in tbeold st*»** «»f Mr: R^ and is prepared to execale aH de?cripihrtrof wort in his line, in the best manner and on the shortest notice. He keeps oorEtanlly on hand a Urge aaaorlroenl of shoe findings of all descriptions and of the best quality...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

DR. E. MERKITTi BEHTHTi OJE« i* s»«». field, bclwic* Stand end Third Si*., gep 10 c PtTTBBPgog. JOHNSTOWN STOCKTON, Bo«ls«l!eryJ'rintersa<i<J Paper Manafactnrers. Ko.37. Marktfn.. tiep 10-ly JOBN ANDEBSOS, SreithOeW Foundry, Water slnrar ihe Wonon-ahfla Bonne, PHlslur;h. sep 10-ly LEONARD S. JOHNS. Alderu>aB,St.Clair street, second door from Liberty. sep 10—ly DR. S. R. HOLMES, Office in Second s treet, next door 10 Mulvany tf Co's Glass Warehouse sep 10-ly SHUNK tr FINDLAY, Altorncys at Law, Fourth si., near the Mayor's Office, Pltlsh«r;h. sep 10-ly f fnllOS. HASH LTON. Ailorney at Law. Fifth, be!ween 1 Wood and Smith-field stt - Pittslmrsh. sepifj—ly HUGU TONEJl, Allome* at Law. North Ea« corner of Smilhfield and Fourih streets, sep 1©—ly THORPSO* HiKKi J*MK TOaiJBCl L. HAXNA Sc TfJfiNBUCL'S Paper Warehouse. So. 104, Wood st., where may be had a general supply of writin». wrapplnj. priming, wall paper, Man* books, school book*, Ire. £c. «P 10—ly P. TOWSJESO ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

mv oi'l'l C E S, &C. ¦ K,,c Third Iwivi-en Market and Wood Kidlc. fo-miasl^r. Jn.' 'cr.4i(i ttiuir from W-.md rt. Peter-E.ijnr Juliti Wtllock. Collector. tr, \\oi>tt l«-ii*een First and Second j. [lartw<n. Treasurer. L,cv, Third Flreel, nest door lo Hie Cn ilmrch—S. ft. Johnston, Treasurer. E Fourlli. l«t»cen ilirket and Wood Er Hay. Mai-or. i,,K,Mir. Fourth, near Market si. ' RAVKS »,„¦,(.,, Mirkct and IVood nreels, on R,\u»ir.iTVEi:P.s ' i-DFARMKRs' Dk-K.'iU' r=.i*iti: Fund./ Fourih. between K«wr<. "<¦" Wood. IIOTH.N Knr. -C Waicr street. near the Bridge. K ^ntmlPf""^! riair. K, ,,.„„, of Third ai.d Wood. Kn,,n,,o'TI,i-rt .ml ?,,.ill,fiel,l. ro't.rr ,(P™,<l»i n"d Canal. H[,^,,v lln'SV. !''¦"" P' OW"1 "1 r: l"^ ^fc OO DS. '.AnORNEV AM) ^muiAUl AT L.Vff.-"1" '-m " ^Kffir,-> r.n ' ¦ n-.lst. nffli.'y opposite ^Ksc. n elt rw.u.s to Jolin P. Main.,,, ^H =¦ -;' 10 Mfc MO'nVH. V.-"f»« r"°«rrdto Wr« - >''*¦<• r'-' J^^- ^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

BY Morrison 4" *"o- London, forsalc only hv S- N. Wickersham, corner of Wood street and Virgin alley Piltsbur»h Pa, and H. Harwond, Beaver Pa. wbo is sole agent for Western Pennsylvania. rep 10 FARM FOR SALE.—The undeisbned oflVrs for sale a tract of taad siiuaied 4 mile* from Freepnii, In ibe direction of Kittannins. Buffalo ^tewnship, Armstrong county, containing 100 acres. 65 cleared and under good fence; 10 of wiiicn are in meadow— a good Fqaare log dwelling house and ealiin barn erected thereon—an apple oichard of 80 bearing iraes—and a spring of excellent water convenient In tbe house. FOR TERMS apply to the subscribers residing al Ibe Saltworks on the Pennsylvania Canal, 1 mMe above Free norf. sen 10 W.V.4- PHILIP BAKER. DR . J. WESTON'S Vegetable Expectorant Syrup.an infallible cure for whooping coagh. This disease is mostly confined 10 children, and is attended wilh a suffocating co'igh, ^nd a deep shrill sound, called a whoop; ii come* on wilh difficult breathin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

—^^ PITTSBUEGH S; CLEVELAN-B jfeg^tjE. STEAM PACKET MICHIGAN, ¦* ^a£^ ' •i.^StJjggg W. R. BHICC, Mn*vr-. RUNS daily (Sundats execpted.) between 1'ITTS. - BUCRH 4- •EAVE.R. leavin? Beaver at it A. M. and Pitl!bur;h at ^fP¦ M providtd trUh Evans's Safe tit Guard to prevent Eiplosiaa of Boilere. This splendid and fasl rtinnins Steam Bod has just oeen couiple;ed expressly for ibis trade, and tuns in onnection with ; CLJIRKE S; Co ' ' Pittsiurfh and Cleveland Line of FREIGHTAXD PASSAGE. BO.iTS,,daili lo Cleveland, Ohio. Or down Hie Ohio canal 10 Mas-ilon, ^e. anJ Eric Ex tension Line 10 Greenville. TI.e Canal Boats of this Line are lowed 10 and from Piltst.nrsli direct, and the business conducted ».n the mort (.rompl anJ fcconomical system. * Having sconnecttonwtththe Pennsylvania Canal Lines lo Philadelphia and Baltimore, ond Steainl>oats running down the Ohio river; also, throu;lt our Agents at Cleveland, with C M. Uecd's SteamlK>nts nnd several Lake Vessels, and UieTro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

JOHJS B. GUTHRlEi Auctioneer and Commis sion Merchant, JVo. 106,comer 0/ Wood I ; Fifth tit. Pittsburgh: Havlns been appointed one of ihe Auclipneerefoi the Cily of Pitsbur;h. lenders his services to jobbers, manured nters and dealers, who mny be disposed to make trial of this market- He i= prepared to make advances on consignments of all saleable commodities, and trusts Mgaii-^y correspondents by ^uick sales, and epeedy 'and favorable reiur<ufe ^ Tltat the various inieresls ivbieb may i«eo»fi<)ed l« him, shall be wdequaiely protecied,lie brings lo the aid uf his own ecpe«ei»ce in business anil acquaintance with merchandize generally, tl>e services of Mr. Sabcel Fahkestocic heretofore advantajeoasly tnoseu, as an importer and dealer in Hardware and Caliery, with wliom a permanent encasement Is made. KEfEB TO Ueasra. M. T«H-nan,fres"l.of M. ^- M. } " Bank. | " Darlington {•^eebJcs, j •< Robert Galway, 1 « * James M. Cooper, I " James May, I •• R. M. Kidd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT OFFICE, NO. 61 SOUTH STREET , NEW YORK. JITev York and Liverpool Commercial Lite of Packets, Sailtmg Weekly.— The Subscriber wonld respectfully inform sueb persons residinj in this country .is are desirons for sending for iltplr friends to coaoe ont from the old country, that lie •-outiuues as usual to make engagements Uy \j-hiuh passengers are brought out on very moderate terra?. In Firsl t.'la^s Sbips, saillusfrnm Liverpool weekly, nnd would issure persons desirous of coming by Hie above Li»e, that 33 agents of first respeciahility are engaged at Li verpool, there will be no detention whatever st that point. He is also prepared at all limes «o furnish, afchi Drafts Co, »»y „ — ._.. ^....- ^ .. , prcprrtn; passen:e>s for ihe voyage,payable thronshout the United Kingdom.ard in case 1 be parlies agreed for should decline coming oat, Ihe nnssa*e money shall be refntuied without reduction. For further partieularsapply it by fetter to JOBS HEBDMAN....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

HH 1GBY-A'». 121. Comer of H'oodand Front m Streets, Pitrsht-rgh, has on hand a complete assorlnientof Quren^wtire putted lo the city or country Hade. Also, a ciinire sek-ciion of pure while and sold hand DINING A S D TEAW ARE. in large or small sets. or separate pier ' es to suit purchaser?. A c:isk of 46, 60. or 84 piece sets, superbly painted and "ill English China Toawnre.M very low prices. Tov Tc;iware. plain, and rich painted and gill, from 1,00 to (5,00 per set CliiUlren's Mnn of every description. While China Shavin" (low. Cranile Dining aid Tea Services, in white nnd with splendid American scenery printed in bl^e nnd black. A large variety of Steamboat Dining and Breakfast S»ls, imported lo mntc 'h. complete, Fire Proof stone baking plates and dishes, from liie Derbyshire Potteries. Flint and Green Glass. In all their varieties. Window Glass, of every size. Patent Buckets, Tabs and Keelece. t=ione Pipe Head*. £c. #c. £r. All of which are respectfully offered in tlie pub. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

. i, RRQSPEerUS J» fmtHttng m mmm Dmij Ptpm- i* tk* CUf tf Pitts iurgt, Ii it tmmUUd lit DAILY MORNING POST, TBESah SBi1berab3*l»g«adeatr»i>j*Bi«ts 10 merge the American Haaa<aelarera»« Phubaigk Herenry into one Jaornal, tave coachided to poblUh a daily p»K» wilh the title eftbe DailfMrsmimg Pett-Tfce leading object of me "Pan" will he Ikediaeaina. ¦Ionand defence orihepetUical prlnclplesitalbavelieretofere betn maintained hy ibe Sditors, in their resprttive papers, and I heir best efforts will Mill be devoted to the advancement attfmeeess of those doctrines. Altboogb, in politic., the paper wHI be thoroughly democratic, yet the Edit on B«pe. bj-giving a> booest, candid btaiory of pasiiiig PotHtcal erenls. Foreign and Domestic ImeHifence, and brief BOIkes of all maiteraaad ocenrresen that come properly within thesnaere ofa Pablic Journal, to sake llielr paper rafiieientiy in ereMiag toemuie it to the patronan of the paWk, ir respective of parly eon^deratio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

Issn^ msB^-z K,aml Waunfaetnrcr KK ' r al ,|ieS»me office, OD»d-aWe Brivu DOLLYS a year. In ad. K,,,ie. , SIX t^NTS. K* ol Advertising. or TWELVE USES OB LESS: I us i srr ^ u,0 i TMce mon.u,. 7. si^rr .u H 4u0!one>e^. l^-00 , ADVERTJ. -EMEST5. ¦— TrItl5 ^Vfcs --¦ ""• $ £™ ¦ jU ?» »•"-"«' ' ?'"¦ ^^^F -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

gfj^tiSirfc* were but here! There be h«|ri* and arms enow in Glendorrocb, to r«Mh4hi«Sa*senacb looker that the CamettWf will submit to no woman's rule, least uf«ft when that woman is a Campbell.' - *You forget, dear father,' rejoinedCath taaft, that the blood of the Camerons also -MfiwiStlie veins of the yourg heiress. (t^sold she were arrived! She, at leaai, ALiVtje«pon8ible for the evil deeds of her mitfSBMri ami guardian?, or for the hasty •^tidVioIent doings of their iiictar. And Mtshe bears a woman's heart. " she will not see a white WSred follower of hermoiher's boose, turned *ytth his widowed daughter add helpless bairn, to couch with the hill .'fox and ihe roe. I would that the lady of •OlaB^arrock were, rather, far rather, than <that ifc brare and gracious bnv-may fceairen bless and prosper him!—whom we oArinot but call the chief! Too mueb of Jui*dly.blood hath been shed in Glemlor-Tock, ' We roust have no struggle, dear father; must not give just cau?e for ^verify...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

(tomnTcvct ' al KcUjjx. PITTSQURODMARKETS. Thursday, Sept. 29,1842. RSrpaTED FIR THE HORNINO POST, BT ISAAC t!*HRI3. Business begins to revive aou cheers a\> the hemts ut the peojile, and our Merchant?, Manufacturers, and Mechanics are well prepared and are beginning to fho>v ; out well in all our slroets "iVew and Cheap Govis?' and it is very cheering to see the new life gMd'iaily in'usci into our bu sincss community.—Our Wholesale and RcUiil Stores are genorallv jveJ! supplied with clfiice frcsli Goods, ^n4 Merchants have been very piudent and jiu iciuus in their 6! lec'.injj eood sub stantiitl usoful Gsjiods in every branch of trade.— We have ntver in our mercantile e^ncs thirly-five voarsjeen American Plnnnel, Muslin, and CUIiioes so very cheap, nnd the quality colors and patterns so very cxceHfint. Our money market is rather badly supplier1 , and ts very si:an.r, but grt-Wualiy revtrrngr und ifiv. proving, and the iodusirious and pru ient bur-iness commuiiil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

DAILY MORNING POSf. TtB. PB1U.1PS # WK. B. * «tTH,«OtTOltS4»I>P«0PBiltT0BS ~~ FRIDAY, SEPi'bttBEtt 30, 1842.; ; See First Pasr<?. ' Auother falsehood againsl the Governor ex-. . ploded. Gov, Portrr may certainly bo considered the "best abused*' man in the Slate. From the lime of his nomination till the present day, he has had to encftonter ihe most'bilter, malignant and ungenerous opposition ever brought.against a public functionary.— Ho has been charged with almost every crime anenable lo the laws of the Slate, and lo induce the public to give tltese charges credence, they have been " *ehi. I«rih .attested by the affidavits of some of ihe vilest tollowersof the federal camp, who are al—wa}S ready to swear to any statement for a consideration. - ¦ The last charge brought against him was a second edition of ihe Stonebreaker calumnies of 1835, ir» w 'hipb a Mr. Roihrock figures as principal accuser, and which has g iven the federal journals an opportunity to g ive ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

[From Iho N. Y. Herald of Monday.] Arresl ol Jfimex Sullivan, «he Prize Fighter. ThU ma"-, a paKicipalor in the recent 6«!>t bctwenn Mcl' oy und Lilly, was nrrealrd yevtPrdny and br.iuo-hl lo tlii. ici'y under Iho InMow ' ing circi.rnslancs: Itappe^-s Ih it Sullivan in company with Ford, wli.i was one uf the seconds of Lilly, and anollicr person, whose name is unknown, but who is supposed to be in some manner onjaacd in the recent iighi, hnv« been craising in the lower bay, in a sninlj s.il boat, for Ihe pas( fcvcral days, as is snppuscd for Ihe purpo-e of nbtainiug a passage lo Europe in snine one of 'he first transient vessels that sailed lliat wuulcl (iike thorn. On SaturrTay J.ist, a blacksmith while gunning on Ihe beach near Sandy Honk, perceived the sail boat-contawrfnir i1>ese men. Suspicions were created in hismind tint the boat container! something or somebod y that was not as it outIu to be, and he conveyed them to Passed vliil-lupman B..r!ltitt, of Ihe IJ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

^ .,-' ¦ sia. ^tmSitK^WM'-^ ' .. ~ 'i into an. ^M^^P»#»f Mr " aoihnrity of Mr. Darsie, that Ifie monry was drawn from the Treasury and paid over ta Mr. Lightner. The Gazette*haa discove^ ed a "raare 's nesi" in the fact that Mr^Dar s|e dttl not actually draw the money, and appears to think lhat: this fact has destroyed atljgjtat is censurable on hrs part in this disreputable transaction. But ore laj|rn from the editor ' a remarks that Mr. D. received an order from Mr. Lightner to get the money, and that he woulj have done so, had it noi been drawn by Mr. Beeler.; So, the Gazette admits at last, that Isaac Lightner, the great federal ^former; the man who was lauded so inncHrof his efforts in the Investigating CooHn ' Wee ' 'and. hts zeal in concocting cliarges of corruption and fraud : against democrats, has been guilty of plundering from the state a large amount of money for which he never rendered the slightest service. Although the GszRlte admits ihe "fact," now, it %as not ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

! ! \ The Nicholson L>anil Speculation. John Nicholson was among the first of tlie Diddle class of financiers with which our good old commonwealth was cursed. By means of the chicanery which is only known to your paper speculators, he became possessed ofiaii^ immense amount of land; comprising trie one seventh part of the Slate. He became indebted to the Slate, and mortgaged his property te secure the debt. Under the very lenient system which has been pursued towards public defaulters, the Stale Government has permitted the accounts of Nicholson to slumber, in an unsettled state. The necessities of the Treasury have at length driven the adoaini-trationTo t»fce some measures to realiza money from the Nicholson properly, and there is every reason to believe that if the plan is carried out mueli injustice will be done to ! many worthy -.people who have bought and ! paid for their land, and never dreamed that I all their hard-earnings would ba wrung from them by the cursed enla...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

LITTER PRESS f OF EVERV UE .4JS noot,. . | n,i;, „,-Ul , M Pampblels. n,:; ,lnj. " M Handbill., I «utk Ui,,^, M SHI Wn\isot tt\iJ Stage, Steamboat, ni Canal ;>„,, »> a '.c t Printoil on Hie siinrirs! inn lceMd m,* We rcspccifullj ask llie p attoM j1Jf B I lie |iu!)llc in spnera! in lliia bran.--.,- M I'itislmrsli, Sep'.. 39, ln«. tUltl^M W ILUJIM EI.DF.R. Al^vT» n.ikeivell's i:tiiliifn;s, -%J9 Court House, nn Cram Eirti't. '^B i'lTTSBURGl! CCU|I Surgical Instrument VlM 196, earner of Libcrlv csi fl^B J .CJMTir RIGHT returns hb iJ • citizens l>r Pittsburgh and viciosij rfinnrv patronage he. b.n, -litrelulore !«¦ s:ill lo merit a continuation o' {licGanl mined lo manufacture ;ill nr:ictis i-t del 'snpertor loany Ihins of Hit kbitner J and Ihal Piit^Htfrgh sliafl well meritlottl SUEFFlEUIOf AMeJ The suhscrtfter havin-i aUv;<ysoil Rllil g ive plock of Home Mamifariuredjoo&a Western Conniry, n'oa il particulirlyiol ofSiir»eon?, Demicsriml nru;;i!Bioi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

From the New York Herald of Wednesday. Money Market. A great question that concerns the farmers of the West is, how is iha surplus crop of grain in this country to be disposed of now Ihal the harvest of England is ascertained to be such as not to admit foreign corn? The maiket for American pioduce since 1837 has been ei:e«difig- itself in all directions. So soon as the paper system gave way, and allowed priejs to fall to lliejr level, {wine.1 ! we take to be the money value ufliie flour, as com pared, with the in incy valui of the results of an cqu:il afnounl of labor in those cotnercial eouotriea with which we h«IH intercourse.) the import ceased, aodihe «xpurl fnpidlj increased, and ¦vas ^eeeleritc) by (be aceuroala'ing-stoek resiil« tin? from the increasing iDdostry oflbc people. When Aheal was heW here in 1837, at the paper rate 82 per bushsl.. inear 4,000 000 bushel were imported; lv500,000 bugliels came from Germany. an<i near 1,000,000 bushels from ERfland and Eng-Ji...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 30 September 1842

TkefMdtiiniS.mir.-Jharen WU-nc i* atHl diggioj; at the ditfitfiXg affair which ^ mAieed to'tturpaper of T^wsday, and ^ithibitt 83 much aeai 4n mvestt^aung the matter aB ditl bis illustrious predecessor in ckg aining ihe abject of a certain -ticket lhat was voted for in 1840. Some suppose that the editor of the Qt£g$&e knows r>K$e- about this matter than he chooses lo-tell, as it might be personal^ unplea*anl^o him if all the facts were known5 bol this we cannot crcstil for a moment, as we feel confident ih.nt our neighbor won't "dtddle.ll1 . As he appears determined to persevere in feireting out this diabolical plot, we 'feel disposed to givo him all the aid in our power, ami would inform him thai if he will cross iho Monongaliela by the tripartite Bridge; and agitato himself along some one of the many roads in that part of the country, until he comes to Mrs. Wagner ' s, who "keeps'a place lo stop at, he will most probably have the whole diddling matter explaine...

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