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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

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Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

The barque Talent was also lost HKC, *sd so peremptory in tlie utterance ^ -of b tt «piiiuJa»/that be waa perpetually ei-• v (her giving or Cftiung offence. ¦*» ""Give and tatos ' is one of my favorite ~^ ¦ Wiinw. Bui 1 im no advocate for giving *9f M< * «(feace, or taking it under any circumstau T ^SH^nWWBTJttr'erermy^rotber * fiSfifw gfiy A* CfpttftojfaV* Vnirfn-tlfe lie dir^ci. fend p took " from inrW tfow in the face ' with sr. ffrT ' lMfflnB mft'f He ^efe ded me as hw h Ji^» jHvoad;ioi!JUil-pt*i 3«Aiind.expnstu!ate(lL g- - llMW«MU*i part, snd I iru compete tr"* * y ff^TC'W'ifsfr'W"; ' •' ' j t _. ' . t 2i n^ WMHPWU^SM*. ** « » ••• w-Mfc (tffndto re*oif t» •¦,«l«perat» »«wtfdy, fi » f^w J,di*l iM the J«ry look of ajrijt.,1. " «* S^iiiyaipalhising, vrith ibo Lady who li 3 Wiwwifc 1 1^1 ?* loaded,, Qr < nni N^cted, it *4 » Sprtft ^ otfof ifet'lft1 ' ifliiDtftelyexaroin * «d^f 1 fe«»ce^'ich w ecotcv ba u^ea. by the {-r &ittfcefi4tng parties, and with »nm...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

'Murdeil' v, - "v . ¦ ' fifln ^4 ' ^^ & ^llf " lie see«r»8re jfrthfi' sailors jackit and irouaeUw' -"-* - ' - •Gtulleman!' * ¦ 'Yes, Sir. Gentleman! Do you presume to supndse, Sir, that had hei>een anything else 1 should have done him the honor and pleasure of accepting1 his chaHeBgei Are yoo ^ not aware, pir, that ^I je Lords and ' gerillemen oft thd Yafcbt CJtub wear thut coitume? 'I beg jour par Jon,' 1 murmured. 'Pwdon, Sir!^never? that is, never un* less jou accede to my proposal-' •Anyihingi—name it!' • Fhat gentleman has brought his second i h him, mine has disappointed me, you i i1 st uke-his place!' •f'r.tke-his-place!' Ye5_l bavy already said that you must *» sv>, and ( hear of no refusal. Are '£<>« well iirq'jajoted with tbia part of the foie»tr! ' ; :" ' " " ¦ .- ' ¦ ¦ i- ¦ ¦¦¦¦ ¦ ¦ - •Yiiiy—eg, ' I stanim^red. •Are; vve hear any road at present?' •..•.-¦ i 'Not very far.' ; 'Then lead'us to an unfrequented spot, w}jere even the re...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

Joan A. Bryan. The appointment of this gentleman to tho ofBce ofSrst Assistant :P«st Master General, will insure to tba Dapartment a competent, honest and efficient officer, and give aq asiU'ance to tlie publio ».hac so far as las efforts can reach, the business of ev ery branch of the department will be hithfully p erfurmed. Mr, B. come3 from am>ng the sterling democrats of Obio, where he has long oc cupied an important position in political affdirs. He established and conducted for several ye*rs ' , th.j '"Colurnbas Sentinel,' the leading democratic pa-r ier ¦ ¦> f Ohio, and he was sulweo/iently elected Auditor of State, by a dam, >pra|tvo Legislature. Hi<« present appointment; will b« liighly graLifying t > tli ise who k . no v hi* worth, and can. appreciate the advantage* the public will derive f.om hi* eminent abiliiies to <lisr charge the duties confiJel to him. : Tlve Rev. Dr. Pise, an eminent clergy man of New Y-jik is at pre...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

r^.Ziii waABAwwHH --¦ - - .-i-:.. - ¦ -•-T-W-r* ¦ - BBaH | |M ECU \SICS-' Inilcpci'dcnl l^^M Philadelphia and fi<ii!>iui^^H Mrrchanili-.t lo and from filUlsj^^H and Ptnnitijlcitnia Canals. ^^H COXOKCTUD Sl'RtCTLr OX . -Cl^^^B ~ PR!!)n?lt<. ^^H The si ,,-k nf i]ii.<Llnc cnnd.-l'of ^^B C.ir-, M<1al RvolV, anil N>w FlAii^^H cunnn:i»ded try poher andeifWrieiia^^^B «en;liniil!>'iy (his Lin; arr m^^H Goo.ls ^liinned as cheap, nnrf witii^^^H hv any 01 her Linf. Om Bcml in' i^^H fnotof Willo'V sirpet RuHfira4'mi!' |^H of ii Sleaiu Goal, tvhidi is kept "r9H po-e. ^H ; The Proftrietnra will am Uieln^^B respectfully invile Wolern HIiteH^^H , calf, us tlipy win fi in) 11 muHi 10 il<l^^H ' All jooils romi.'iied »V«i.-« i*^M wire or via r>eto*arrnni li»rmri*i^^ In at their wartli.oif (<>"< af lV 'W0 ^B Pliilade'pt la. irirre •¦wls M> «t^ Ve*s>el Inio rlic B n't wIHioti atlJUK^H ;|IC "S n-ii.M.\...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

DAILY MORiYIiVG P<)ST Tg3. yniLLip3 ,y wat. u. smith, editorsirio FKureiKTuss. WE NESUAY, OUTOBEK 5. 1842. M 1 '' See first Fuse. something for farmers. There are three times as many persoiJB employed in agriculture in ihe United Sutes as there are in all other employments in the aggregate. And notwithstanding this, their interests are forgotten by legislators in their zeal to press laws for the exclusive benefit of Merchants, Manufacturers, Capitalists Sfc. which taws, in nine rases out of ten, are injurious if not deslruc ive of the in'erests of the hard fisted agriculturist. The following, from the census of 1840, shows il. ' e numher of persons employed in the different divisions of labor;—Agriculture 3,719,061 Mining 15 950 .Commerce . I f 8.606 ManufaRturing and trading 791.739 Navigation of ihe ocean 55.021 N avlgalion of canals and Ikes and rivers 32.970 Lear-oed profession* anr) pn^ineers 03.255 Louis G urna, Whom we noiiceil a few. . ' - ¦ ¦ ¦ -° •<...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

YoXbR^^ WlSnJ^A a-,,;^ < || M> fr.fir .Ml^ the ©oaw^ wiiif-lne% n»»«rtl oT'j jivitigOTte. camng- a- ob»JJeog^ wnrhermras belJ to bail in $$?Q80< JtQ answer, which. hex g ive and was 'discbarged 'froTi custody. A person named Pnolps, a%1BhVraa.before the Grand JuryWgiVe evideince in ihe matter of ihe Webb and Marahaft <i«et, refused to aj13werj.be queaMPaa puitabim wj tho ground, that t6 answer wouW have a tendency to degrade him in the estimationpf all honorable men. The Court decided that h j waa bound tp answer, but Phelps stubbornly refused to do so, anS he was ' enmrniued to prison fir tenr days for ihe Mrgw contempt. C. F. Daniels, an assistant editor of the Cornier & Enquirer, was a Witness in the same case, aod at first uppeared a$ determined as Phelps in refusing to answer questions propounded to hinv but after unc'irstaTidiiig tfcU He w.iuld be seutto^'limbo" if h«persisted in his contufnacious conduct, he answered all q uestions that...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

Auction Sales. 1 SrrEKlFF^SALE. WILL he solil nt Bausman'8 Commercial Auciion HonntE, No 110 Wood street, mi Thursday ihe 6'h last nt 10 o'flork A.M., by order of R Weaver. Sheriff. A larse and-exlengi*/e nwonmenl of Pilisburgh manUT fa'1'41 red a rliclfs. consist Ing. of 16 dm Devonshire Shovels, 4} " Blk nnd bright Hay ( o-ks. j 3 " Steel hoes. | 3J " L fig handle Msnure Fotkf, j 6 '* Short do <to, db , [ 2 " A«sr'd do ,dn do - . ii " Steel Shovels short handles '¦¦ ¦>. j 2 " S»oier " not hsndliB* ^ 1 4 « SteeFStft •' n «<- 3 « Spade.-. " ~$'1;j r,je. .-vs»"ftmffiit ofChoppit^t H»nd, Briad, ' Ship ini' Diu^fo bit Axft»;with antl wrthwK hia^ ' j tile*. Axe hanrilen. Clii«elii . HowVnio' Knivex — T«i>-|ot'«<»f ftnoittpel. Alot oflron, with a va* | iisfyof oiher nrtblcs. ' i ¦ j i ¦j! ¦\ "' [ Ij B.A.BA.USMA#, -...-.; Qct,5, lfM2.. AociioiieBr. 1 ' ^" SP^SVbtr) BIJIJGV. wit) h« w»ld on Friday ii.»7<h A.inf>i,.nt 2 o'clo«:k P. ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

* (C7*A Mormon minister lately preached a sermon in Nauvoo., In supplicating grace he said—'Lord have mercy upon all fools and4diots, and particularly unon tbe members of the Towr>Comicil uf Nauvo«!' LiuuisviUe %£f Affray. * In speaking of the late unfoitunate encounter between Mi. Pope and Mr. Bliss , the Loumiije {jazettfihsaya;-—* ^ ^Whrle it says, it withnolda , ilie Ide ' taiid 6'Cthe catastiophe,'the Journal gives . ajl that is imp >riant, to produce ' preju(|icft against Godfrey Pope? aud eulist sympathy against him,should the wound of Mr. Bliss.' prove ' mortal.. It says ihat 'Mr. Pope hunted him through the streets, until tfrey met in front of Washingt'je Hall, where some words'pass d, and Mr, Bliss was shot down with a pistol, " but says not a word of Mr. Bliss's pisti.l. A nd yet the Journal says: 'Asweiemuk i! iirf'.ri-, we have uot a word to say a'>"<j< 0m Jetails uf ' .he catastrophe.1 We shall not dwell en ili.; p .iuful sub ject...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

Ship Bnrniat seal On ihe,30th. of August the brie Impulse on her voyage from BdtWnore to Kingston. Jamaica, fell in willi the ship Si Louis, o( and from. Boston: for 'New Orleans, on fire, and 100k from her the captain, crew isnd passengers, twenty-four in number. So rapid was the progress of the flames,, that be foie'those on board the In pulse had lost sight of the St. Louis she had buraed to the water's fdge, - Tile fire was discovered in the lalien1 cabin ahoni seven o 'clock in the evening of ihe of die"29th. The ves»al hid therefore bee 11 on fire all night aiH p.-irl of the next dav, before sta was fallen in *vitl» by the Impul-el What a night of horror that musi liave been. - The ship Impulse cast atony.—Fdnr days after the burning of the St. Louis, the IfDpiiUe was cast aivay on lite (jaydgus fe>"f, and vessel and cargj were totat toss. All on board were saved and arrived at Turk's Island. •

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

SU .lRG St. MOLAS<F, «...4(I hlidaN. O..Snsar, 40 Mils Plantation MolrissL'S, SO " Sugar H«i«o <So< For snVhy OX 4. .3. G. If A. OORDON'. "I (\f\ Bajsttib Coffer For »air 1 y -¦VV oel 4. 1 G- I f A DOR DOW STRAY <JfWvV—Sir»v«l fnin Ihf su ' wcrilicrou ihe 3Olliorft-ptPmh»r, a LrfiiHIc Pow. with whili» po t!ic liark. lonj hums >¦ Illialiolr In rnrli, ali.inl K i^ar« old. Winwvrr will-»f*e (hformatfon wheie she (¦, shall be suitably rewarded. ' ;> ' ' ' JOnNSneiFER . oct A. ¦ " ¦ ' . " Croih.in.wille. S troETHItBAD Jo«f received tin. 15 Tellntv, No« A 2,^.1?and 5. tt'lf tilonch and finnrln in; threads. together with a Complete anortmrnt of Fmdln»«. O,P. <• J.PI.MR. P P. A Inrtie'assortment ofhro«tii»nlwaysaii hand. Pept 29''; I G KORBE Ur. IJIYJfO. Altornev m U«, Offi'e Nn. 64 PMt!i «lrecl. nea r ihe Them rp ^ Pitislinrgh yp27-1y -K : G&ALT—200 VbU Ho. 1 WilH Jmt 'rrfflvxt.iin.l Tor 13 sale by j. w. BWBBffriWte t ' co.. - • ...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

p 8c«« fiM.TriirheJ§§§ paper, AitMhe & c A W Hll il^o'&SaSM^ f relwlTOyaft>nras T^nHlt6.tedratE8in-Jmtajw-a ha^w aau ^BtemwfdTinr i pae ttPftf the Duke of Hamilton aid Brandon, Lord [lieutenant of the county ofLanard, and addrejsses.wiihoet-Hwmberpresented., f fajn" Bdmbar|^-;%5 ^^pi^3> proeeeJetj W Per^h, thence to Tayrnoiilh Castle, the seat of the Marquis , o£($rea<IaLban,e, where; a real Highland reception aw«itMl them.-5 - Prom four 10 6»e huad,ped. Highlanders «scorled-then> in full crisHinre, with pibrocits blowing and the nobility of the hndin (be rear. N1 . Y. Sun.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

Xo Mercy, for Bachelors! The laHies of Boston have held a Horli* cultural festival lately, and as usual the bachelors got an unmerciful toasting. Here are three of then): The Bachelor a Button—as a flo ver, simple; as an emb'fem, clafi<Terous. 'Bach elor ' s Buttons ' can n-_ver be 'Lad y ' s deli ght*/ Bachelors—a tribe of plants which occupy much garden room, ami add nothing to, the.otnament .>£ ifw parterre. Wives—The apple of (he eye to mantj <] men; Sour grapes to old. bachelors; may the ladies all consent In be paired' B'lrkwheat u going i" be p!euJy aftei' all. Hurrah fur (he Slnpiachs.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

•j^T 4fS|ae fTjia'ilfniilliTr r \ M ' j &*mf&*lM m infet th ^M iia^s ^e»ri (wj ed to f^ a bold ?<i&: W pims II d feiuf«rtwh4 ^a '-e • ^IW tiav5 already several sSeep in the northern paTtfif tRe%tflEe; a carding maclifne ' was started $ome(ime;fl|rn;e,; which B tloin^ a tolerably fair business, and JKa learn by the Ottawa ;€ Fr6e Jratler1 ^ that a Mitteti Factory has been established |ti$£,|>1ace which-the editor . lAinks. wilt, ^sttttiift&atp of their 'l pretry wives and childreDk" £tivo every vestige of "hard tifnes'r from tbe sucker State.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

Oiniuout—When Corwin ilu condida'e of the fedj o' Oliio, commenced tpoaiting at the "Virgin Heifer" Convention at Dajtt>n, a be ' avy sbower ol rain cime on and compelled his auditors lofly to all qusrtirs for shelter . This was harH .enooj^ li, b it U nothing t.) the t/iawcr llial C.'rwin and his parly will have lo encounter next Tuesday—tintmrents of democracy t'lat willpiur duwn oi wbiggery on that d iy, will swe'p pmrOocvi j from'tha Etecuttv.; Chntr, anj '(Mirify thOj &tite of the traitois who at the laie extra session, lo gralily (heir parly Teilingc, outraged the first principles of a republican government. Next Tue-sday tho traitors will secure their reword.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

Decidedl y Good.—The New York Araerican very affectionatly exhorts lairof ing men to remove t(} the Couniry "where the means of living are always aiuinable," before t!«e rivers are dosed with ice. To thb» Bryant replies—We tnink that the laboring men miy safely stay 1 few we<*ks longer. The livers.will not close before the first of November, and there happens to be an election about lha beginning of that month, in which-they will g ive their votes for the democratic candidates .

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

——— ——_w——~—- Who is DaviU Duff-7 The wurkiiijfinen have a person of this napje on 1 hair ticket and they say he resides in Ohio toon shi j* To > Gazetti: says that there is no p crsnn of the name of David Duff living in that toAiuuip, and jupprscs that the workirgmeu intended the nominal ion tor Mr. Hugh Duff, and a<Ms iliat if its narmise is correct, Mr. Hugl) Duff declines being scandidate. This is llio funrth declinatioj from Ihe workingtnan'd tick-1—the canitd%ies as well as the people at large,*do not appear to plart much confidence in a parly that has no principles for the"pul>Iic ove."

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

Marc-hex to fome—Orer the Beacon Coarse. The owners jnd friends of ftipton in «i!l be seen by lh^ fo'lnwm); inataho, «rt dawiHinsf to jive Hpttiei^ favorite;they_«h»w game to the las'. p'on wm y ' ur < » n <) «race; «n< IraTJ hu oon'tiiinn Iteen 'up lop,' 'tif d lublfjl whelhei Uiejresult wn«ld li*vehe«ndiScr«iti: . l«l maiellFttkcoriie -urTicvo w-et-kr from SbpL 2»lfc—'«iptim'-r«.'Confif«fH:e'-«2000 vs $l£00 Ii. ft —two mile tu>ato in Imrnepo. 31 match In come off O I. 24th—'Riplinj' vs. 'Anwricus*—01,000 a side h. A.—two mile hoals in harness. 3d tpatoli p*wme off Nor. 4lh-r'Ru>ton> t». 'Ameripu^-rll ilOO « side b. ft.—three mile *oata jo luuntts. —PJtAum*.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 5 October 1842

Quite Probible.—The Advocate says that tbe nunber present at the Day'on Co ivontioo.yvas eatimjted ut "<me hwided Ihmtind." More Ramonrs. Almost every mail brings us some fresh rumors of important changes at Washington. The last comes by the N. Y. Tribune, w\iioVi slates 1'iat llie Hon. Walter Forward was to leave the Treasury.. nn the 1st inst., to make way for Mr. CusWtig, of MassaclinsHlts.

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