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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

PrrrsBVRGti hajtufactory. — s*rw^ **d Jlxlti for Carriages at Easier* Pntmt The sabscribm maBsiaetnre and keeps coostaBtlyoo hand Coach, C and Cfiptie Springs (warraoiedJ Jnniata Iron A lire. Silver and Brass plated Dasb Frame?, Brass and plated Bnb Bands, Stomp Joints, Patetil Leather, Silver and Bran Lamp*, Three fold Steps, Malleable Iron, Door Handler and Hinges. 4-e-,*r. ¦ ' JOSE8 *¦ COf.EMAJJ. T«e<» 16; S=«.CIatT «„ near » e A'le-heny BruUe. FMPlOi! liITF.—A well finished and comforlaW iwo B<o-1 fj hoo»e, to:ether with haek btiridinsv, stable, carria*e5hoose, $cl nosaeseion «rFen \mmeaiaMy. This p'hperty is situated below the Penitentiary, near Ibe residence of Mr. VTffl. Bajalev. and »a very ile»lrab)e residenre. For term* ¦nq.nire of J. K. Moorhead.or the snhstriher. : G. W. BARNES Union Factory. sepiO—2w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

MASBLE H*Nur*1fi^ay-^J»«»lrk*CS*H!e*»'' i* speclfallJtactf aiaU-oi»frieads amUbe psbhe -eaerairv, tnal be baseonmaced Ibe Marhle bofinefsai ll»e comer of fiAk aad LSberty =w;-wber^wtfl «e ccm«nnt.y oa ha ad. tonjbstBoes , ampid pieces. awnvneaO. bead aad /oot -stones, table slate for rafcin<t ware,-and every 5rHdeapperlaiaIo;t» the hasiaess. Be will warrant his worb to be veil done, and his charges will he ssoderale Be rc6|>eCif«rllT3^taas&are of gttblic nalroaage. sep TO-, JAMES ArYBXZgr, F* ' rr*ri}ng wU CSnun"»^ jfu& uM. ^geat'fer Sieuahthft' fctevelaaH aad Pe»n*rtrawiaiiad Oh&> Use. fariie teatrd ihe *are-6ob» fonDtrlji ierapledDy Bir«iir-haD> I; Co_ No^ft» WalcrStraet, £Sween-Waod aodSmiieQeld, to sreaared yrfrsa 1 .tigfu*** ***?> *»«* **** 3^HHMptfpprtffcr«lituUvAflQtt t^i^m- ^ 4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

A SSIGNEES'SALE OF nEAL ESTATE. AT AUC. TIDS— On Saturday, 17lh instant, at 3o'clock. P.. M. 1 svitl srll, bv order ofthe As=i?nee, <jn the prrmKes, the fnMowine descrifierl property, viz: A lot of Ground 32 fee'/ront by ahont 100 feet deep, with a substantial frame buildin? on it. o^d now ^s a machine shop, enntninins a cood ?w-nr Eniine. and Gearin;s, Twn Circn'tar Pswsnnd Dn?m«,si'iia'e in Allegheny CHr. hettreert Ihe Panal and the Commons, and adjoining the Mr-thodist Chtirrh—formrr 'y ooenpied as a looking glass factory. by T. A. Htl'ier If Co. Terms-nt "ale. sep ll-7t J. B-GPTHRIE, Annloneer. I (\(\ HODS. KT LEAF TOBACCO, in store and I \J\J for sale by J. fi. If A GORDON. sep 1:1 Xo 12. Wnler street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

T%K , " S. B.TliBBItT3, Kespeetfany iaform the «iUJLr zensof rAKbaiihtodTiciiiHy. thatBehasretaraedioibeeiiy. BebOjiaM ¦kpretke con«4eaee«f ks> fonta^atrons a«d the pobHe generallj; an* soHdM > nwewWPofa nonicm of their painmage. to cos*ex*M he wo«ld oteeree. that ibe-operarto* af-fctfootrlty, for breaking theetoaein the Had^e raadaUowiagHte pass ofwith the orine,) is every where eauajaaaias Uedeepeatfntefcst. Behoretta+iUmiOmtettt ttWhimth , Shks pmtrmm lo *e afllided, StrietarevBtaMis M Ike Bladder and Kidneys.-whkh ocnriainUy taltowy—affn likewise reeehre •tfesrtsW, ' Those fna * <hsran« wJsoiog. '1orrn*r tnbrataliiMt will apply personally -m -hf tertrt. or if tuAttM ca»« arcosKodated at his dwdlloj.Ua rrtirei part of iSe-eitr. oa TVt*. MwRft Ferrr arai Ubcrty Hf. sepT»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

FARM FOR SALE.—Thenodeisfened offtrs for s»lea irac< of 'and sitnaied4 mile: from Freefimt, in Ibe direction of Kiitannin:. Baflalo "toirnsliip, Armftroas county.roctainin* 100 acies.i65 drared and tjnrfer good fence; 10 of whicn are in meadow^.a sood square loc dneJIing hnumand cahin barn erected thereon—an apple otchard of SO bearin; trees—and a sprinj of excellent wa'« e«n»M)lert tothe hoBW. FOE TERMS apply lo thesnbscr&ers residing at the Salttvorts on the Pennsylvania Canal, 1 mile above Free port. sep 10 WM. If PHILIP BAKES.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

BT Morrison t ; «. ' o-London, for (tale only hyp. N. Wickersbaoi, cor' tW at IVond streel and Viryin aMey Piltsborih Pa. and H. Harwood, Beaver Fa. wlto \s sole ajent for Western Pennsylvania. srp 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

T ft&f% * »¦ 141 LHertjstreeU P«tt»bwxh, CPMtefgt* .raleasd ket<0 GrdeeraadDcaleT )p J«Slalm lraa udSatla, Ciatemd Cailaji, Sa*pe«*Hrjr Moras Ms taraWsi^eJ fc W»«t «Hy adJeda lage ««d chwc* ».a«l—laT|l»p»i1|fc art** ** ««^l» «ate o« lite laaMnwwMe, **** - , - -VJO

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

mi son* rt&tfrm- O^-Ti» »e riM <.fTeesAl> motiing ~ *im<*m ces the ar^di j»fiu lucrary eJ Uor. . The same paper contains the following: Notso fast Mr. Post, Lest you hear what is true; Since God's Ukeo Tip, . ¦ : We *h e devil gi»e yoa. • ; Is (bat bis first effort? If so, we may loiSSbr great things. ; ttTA spirited Suffrage Clam Bake has been held at Dartmouth. O'Dinue'brd; is going ahead with his new The* atre at Louisville. $$ Rbode Island Affairs. A. letter to thb Boston Democrat, dated Pruvi-*ence * Sept 22 ,jj^rs "We are looking apsigain tn this city. Tbe Algerinei are alarmist their own conduct, as well they mav be. A "Veanirition from Go*. Davis to Gov. Kmg, for the hody ' of W. P. Blodgett, has jost arrived in trie city. He is .indicted in Norfolk county for burglar/, in brea king op^n the house in Bellingbam. Their own acts wiH destroy thenv; every move they make planges them deeper into difficulty. The asutfiers ire -in con* vent-on at ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

Terrible Tornado. A Fontiac (Michigan) pa pet of the 16th insi. savs—"A most terrific storm of li ghtning, wijjd and rain, passed over this Tillage and towns arfj«» cent, on Monday last. The principal damage' appears to have been sustained, so far as we have lcarn»d, about five miles north of here, where it is'said that in one place, within (he compass of two miles-square, no less than fourteen barns and houses are -unroofed. Oak and hickory tries three und four feet through, were blown down and twisted off in irny qmiritity. Tie ro»J s in many phces are represented to be so'full of -fttllen timber as to be entirely impassable." : To the Editors of the Morning Post: Gkntlembn: Having seen several articles in the Moriiing Chronicle designating tho Editors of the 'Morning Hetald' as the E-iitors of Ihe 'Safety Uuard.' & as I con eivedit was to produce an improper irnpressii n upon the public mind I called upon the editors of thai paper for the purpose of afCerlaining why i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

¦ ¦ fc} ^?^-< "^ee rtrsi'Thiie. • ¦ • *¦ -• ¦ -"•• !].-. wwy Meetlns A the Kfh Ward. " j This meeting held on last Thursday ev'ening, in the 6th Ward, was a drytaffair. r^There jwas no enthusiasm, coonskinsner j hard cider, though several speeches containing the usual quantity of slang, bitterness and notisenli Old fashioned federal deraagoguism prevailed-—it «as slicking o»t |aH ovjer. Lawyers and g entlemen;of IeU sure were p lenty. 'Squire Liehtner took the chair and behaved, in-offr opinion, very well. Vice Presidents and Secretaries were appointed, and a Committee to dnift-resolutions—one of whom was Joe Barker!!! ' They then got tti work, a lawyer named Forrester made the first speech. He licked it into tbe poor Loco focos and went it hard for a Tariff. Next was a Mr. Miller, (who is he?) he followed in the footsteeps of his predecessor. Next came (he ITon. Ilarmar Denny, who inflicted a speech on the meeting. He urged them to go the Union Ticket—-talked about the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

TO THE PUBLIC. tt»ii. rJ *fa'l *'fl '"/y ¦ '*• m-J former patront of this city:—Having retired from the prarltrc of Medicine. I may be permitted'10 »ay. Hint it liaa latlen tu the lot of. i-al few personrto liavn enj*yrd si liberal or larse n share of ohstretricul practice as my own nag.bcen for Hi ¦ last 30 or 40 yenr». The p.ipRrienceof that long period of active life, and the fart of my hawing heen twice, sine«1830. associated with Dr. tt. A. Wilson, in the practice of medicine, (in hotba period nffive years.)'enahlM me 10 judge folly of the nipritsrof his pills. So cnnTenlent, so efficient, and yetmpa'e, did I esteem j thpse pilH.ihai forlhn ' la^l five yea ris tn my practice Tori the cure of chronic disffiw.ofwnti'ei'er nam«, and i ' Iiosb of fprnaics In particular,! have used more ot them ihnn all other medirinw. Liltfi every Oilier medicine, this most fairin some in " stance?, hut in my hands there has been less disappoint, mentnitd morr natisfactip-n In t'.ic administratio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

Battle of New Orleans. The first time I wended my steps Inwards the spot where this balile wan fough1 , [ was alone, with no companion save my own thoughts—not always the beet company in the world. I had, in filet, stolen a march unon my worthy host, who bid threatened to accoinpiny me, much against my wish, as I could never, bear to have my mu einga intcrrnpt it when visiting a pla^e which has either been tiaHowcd by tradition or consecrated by «Mig. 'I hud token care tn pr ' ovide myself with Goodwin's biography of tScnnral Jackson, whtch aniwred all the pnipnsee et a guide. The first oljrcl that attracted my attention was the well "known Cypress Swamp, where General Jackson ended'bisfsmous brenttworfc, whence he ia. ked Uio English troops si iff etivel y on the fatal 8th pfj.tnuary. It is seldom that the annals of warfare have presented anything more gigantic in CMKStyMrjn, orbrtld in execution, than His stupen-4su<i scheme of ftef^net; nor is it possible to con-^fjmpitt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

W CornerOf rrtoM T"«prop*:1o19ofli ; ^ ; W *-» «»»»»«.„ HW^M and the patrons of ,hosi! i^« and well chosen o^ort^m,,, M &m® ^aa ©i-sSSl Nece«Hryio a Job Pri,,un| Os^*J LETTER F pjij^J ^--° iSl?^1 HandblH ^ ^ U^Kctu 1 ^ luiirtsofibH Stage, Steamboat, and Canm SW ^B prim, Ctu, H Printeiion tl.c «hortosi notimoj ^ B W*vfotcttui\7 ask ,i« p,1Imj!1( B t ft^Wlc ' ln .imerai in tills huwj ^p *B * haf4 ''vep --9 ' |34i f i^H ^ K/Jt2/iW ELDf-xT^^ »T Bjfti ivelfa Hoililinjj, m^ Coon IJon.p on Gram sirecl. S riTTSBtRCII (lM Surgical Instniment lM 169, corner «$ Liheri\ cii 3B J CAtiTHRIGHT'relutiiilMiS • cil izens of Pmstmriluml vitiiil dinary (mirona:c lie hastietelororenfl siill 10 merit 3 cnntinmiinn o' ihrml mined 10 inanufaciurt'all anicic»i«H stHierlor lo any (liinc of (hi: IciniUrtil and thai Piltslinrjli shall well meritl|9 SI1EFF1EI.D0F AMH The subscriber havin; always 01 afl stve stock of Home ManurucUreilfMW Weslern Country, wo« d particuli^il of SHrjeOflc, Dcnlisiaanil Or...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

PROOPTHAT MR CLAY AGREEDTO S1RBEKDER THE PROTfiCTIVE POLI CY IN TrigCOMPROMISE OF 1833 . Mr. Wist, in a letter lo his constituent* , jtut pabtlihed, eaye: ' *Ii»m' infurmed and aaiWized, by one who saw the mnmuicripl draught of the act of 1833 beloro ,Jl;wa» offered, to stale, that when Mr. day drew ti»e ai;t of 1833, and showed it to his friends in fci« own hsndwrilintr, after (he clause which pro-Tides that only suoh duties rhall be laid as are necessary fer an economical adminisfrntion of the Gof eminent, after the 30th of June, 18-12, the<blioifUig words, or other wefrds precisely equivalent, wore added, to wit: • Anif tuch duties shall be laid without refeernce lo iht prelection of ana domestic arlicli a -whatever. : -Stow was the form (as it stood at first) of the guaranty designed to begiven in the compromise act, that the Giverqment should return to its constitutional fnnct'on of levying taxes for/ii/54'k instead of private us s. They were to be imposed '¦aitliont r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

DisgraceJnr^Outrage. The fo!lntvi.-g account of a daring1 outrage com. milted in tKrmit county, Ga., we glcao from a letter to the Eriilor of Vhe Caa9vil'e Pt..neer, dated Sept. 13.—O.i the night of tha Saturday previous, tbe Sheriff1 .s office was broken open, and all the pipers taken therefrom, refaiing to tfie bu-iness of the approaching term oT the Circu ' t Court, and all others, in fnev, and on the night previo.a£ the Clerk's office was entered, and till ihe papers taken, trweiher -with the records, minutes rl cour and other books. Who the author of th'19 daring outrage is, yet remains a mystery, and is even be yond probaWo conjecture—but time will solve *11 things. Philadelphia.— There are more accounts reach us from the "city of brotherly love ' ot marders, suicides, abductions, swarlwouiing, frauds, r. bheries, thefts, etc., etc-, than from all the other cities uf the union. Philadelphia is getting to be a nice place—very. The Canton, Oliio, Democrat asks for informatio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

a Comparison. The Whigs sTiout over their victory it) Vermont with a degree of enjoyment which shows that they dreaded a different result. And they attempt to show that the overwhelming democratic success in Mai up, was owing to their aupinenessjthat they perrtiitted the election to gn by default! Thefact that Edward Kent, their strongest man, the man with whom they succeeded in 1837 was their candidate at the late election, is proof of the falsity ofthis. But the comparison 4f-fhe results in Vermont and Maine affords " better ypranf, that ttreir defeat was caused by the permanent decline of their par ly. In 1840 Venmmt went for Harrison by 1^, 000—now they have «; by 2000.— It? 1840 the whigs carried Maine by dOO—now they lose it by 12,000! In both states the Democrats have gained immensely—some 12 or- 14,000 in each. The whigs have lost as much—and yet they will cry victory, in Vermont, and blame Oen. Apa-Ihv in Maine!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

¦; , The Great Transparency. Mr. Clay's retreat from the Senate was heralded by himself as a retirement to the peaceful shades of Ashland, for the repose and seclusion for which he had been pining to long, and which had always eluded him in consequence of the pressing call* of public dutv. But he was resolved to be baulkd no longer, and with tearful oyes bid a final adieu to bis publis associate". This occurred on the la«t d*jr of March. The next day, the Utof April,(A!I Fool's day) we find him publishing an abusive lee ter against the inun who occupied Ihe Chair he had been intriguing for e»er since !• is ba'gain with Adams. This waspeacelul retirement with a vengeance! The day afler his resignation lie commenced a fM upon President Tyler, which be very we ' .! knew (and it was so designed) would continue to rage with increasing fury until the autumn of 18M' ¦ ' .fe - We next find him abusing- the President in a three hours' speech nt ^ the 'while virgin heifer barbeeqe,' in Lexi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

A Definition. For years th e Democratic presses have endeavored to coax or drive the federal editors into some explanation of ihe term "loco foco," —some reason why they at» tached that name to the Democrats. The only answer they have given is a reiteration of the epithet. But at last we hear something approaching a definition from the Gazette. That paper of yesterday assures us that a content is going on between the Post and the Chronicle for the publication of the List of Letters—and the editor remarks-that he will soon see whether "loco focois'm or meanness" will gain the day. Thank you, Deacon White, for your candor; of course "loco focofsm" Sj^'meannesa" are antagonist qcaiiUes. The definition is sufficiently explicit and entirely satisfactory. We have the authority of the Gazette for saying that''loco focoism" and " meanness" do not harmonize.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

¥AL£ AB.B.AN0B ]»/f ECHANICS" Independent Tram 1TJ. Philadelphia and Baltiurt.m Mtntuadiie to and from. PilUivfUM and Pe*Myl*ani* Conato- M Co^OUCTKS STBICTW «» SiM™1 ! • -¦ ' «» - ¦ The stock of Hits Line consisu of «J Cars J«ela4Eooft, and New "^ZM cuiiiinanded by solier and expeti«'ice' j - Mereto^liliy tbia U«e arc t*m Csiidaalupppd a-schenp. and *"'* ,M fty-any other Line. OneSo»i«<" rM foot at Willow Direct BailBoaif ""''M of a gleam Boat, which is kepi «rM pase. . ^ , .i-TIra FtatHfetors- ' wIII «we llieir M respeelfolly tnvlie Wewern MereW« call, ag they will fio4 a muclii" "zM A» good* eoo«linea tvttlW ^H Tdtae or vta Delaware and ^utin" ZM .war- . »'"* ¦ r»illa«>l»R4a, where goods can He<rm Vessel into the Boats without ad(lii^ ^"" tirtLttAH- nETtMAfir *«* 1 from Phflad. noiiaa. v»*i> | 1 . . | Frem HoiidiyshersJi« f<l ' smr ' ym JAMES OlCItBY ^Co. Cii"'"*1 on itieVleware^l f W'»l gKi » jama* e. &.°**' **ri n. L. Pattwsok. f...

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