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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

]^TEIV LIGHTS;-! TkeHcmc Uag*tL**y*! Bigklf /«. Lyl portapt to the Fnblic—The Sobseribeis, Asents for Cerr't Eatcat Lanpt for >.ornin; tttj^Lard or other fatty substances, have just received a ^i^iij^p ief ibe Lamps, to which they would respectively:tailihe^enlton oftbe pnblic. They arc peculiarly aloptfd'Jo ff>c present ' . hard tiibrs. a-ltbccomrsatl pans of tbe'eooVmonUy to ecoiion'ise in all Him??; and in oTerin-their Lamps lo Ibe pubc, the su'.scril>ers fcel fnlly satisfied, and are ready to saiisfy tne inosi incrc i*-lou3 that in nsing their Lamps there is a tejlsarin; ofet le?-i50per cent, over any other Lamp now in use. and atertaioly of bavin- a H;ht equal, ifnot snperior, lo that obtained from I he best Sperm Oil, and. unlike the Camphine, there, is no danger of exiilosion; and tbe consttuction i? so simple, tl^rf it tequires little or no .experience to keep them always in order. We would mo?l panicu'.arly call the attesrtion of people living in ihe ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

JOHN B. GUTHRIE, Aoclioneer an.l Coromis sion .Merchant. AV. 106. comer of Ifood if Fiflt sl». Pillsbu-rg*: Having lic-eu appointed one 01" [lie Auctione*>r=f. - « iho C;ly of Pitslmrsh. tendtr;,lii!» service 10 joriber^. nianufactMTPr? and dealers, who niny be di posed 10 make iriatof l'.ii= market- He i~ . prenaicti lo make advance? on cnnsmuni'-nis of all fnleable commorir.ies, and trusts 10 «ili-ly corrF^pondeuts liv <juick sales, and ?l*pcdy 'and I ' avoraS-ie rt-lurns. Tl.al Hie variiu? iiiteresls which may i-e confided 10 him, shall be adequately protected, lie I iin»s tr, theaiii of his oivu experience in liusiness and acquaintance will, mprchandize -enrraMv, tl:e Fervices' of Mr. Sji»rEL Faii.vks-iock; hcr< i.Tiore advanta*eonsly known, as an 111.porter and dralpr in Hardware and Cutlery, with whom a permai.eul rncaireiuent t« made. Kefer to AIe.»-rs. Al. Tiernan. P/esl. o." .".l. 4- M. ) Bank. • . j Diirlin-.ton !r Peebles, | • P>obcr: Oaluay,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

T \NBRETirSGiBDES SEEDS. -A full lj * supply of I.andreih's G.irdeo Seeds, always 00 band, and for saieat l)>s agency, tlie Dru;store of \ F. L. SSOH'DEN, ?e ,, -jo 184 Lilierty sirc-jlibead of Wood . R. DAVID WARD hat his office and residence on Fourth Street, nearli soulli of tile Oonrt House, j seeomi dwelliM from Rossstreet. Ue will faithruJly attend ! all calis pcttainiog lo 1»« profession. Night calls should be j made at the door above ibe basement. sep 10 KKMOVAL—Mall lie w Jones, Barl*r and Hair nresser. has removed 10 Fo"irin street, oppositeihe Mayors office, where, lie will be happy io\va*l upon |>enuaneni or transient customers. Uc sulicitsa share of public ratroiiar'-. fep 10 REMOV.* I»—H'm. A. Ward, Denlisl. has removed to Mct;ii'iou«h'r R.three doorsi^low Irwin st reet, one F^na re at'ore the Kxciiange Hote l, Hours of business , from 9x. M., tititi 1 5 P. M , after which hour lie will pt tend 10 no one except in case* of actual neces?lly. Ile would fu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

. 9 31 ERIC AN IIOTEI~-Co>ni?rorSmhnficldaiid 1' A. Third SlreeJg, City of Pittsbutgh, Pa. Jimes S Ct-iEi, (formerly of the Ered Houm, Erie,) Proprietor. Tlte interior of this Eotrse is entirely new, lojetner wi>ii the Furniture Tbe IlouMi^is large and commo. di^os; !<ej rooms and parlonrs are j leasantly silaftted, brti.^ iis ht and airy, frnntins on two' streets, which is a dcirahleol^etl 10 tbosc Dial nutopfal a Hotel- This Uimseis situated in ibe midst of the business part of the tity. within two squares of the revuUr Sieain!>cal Landi'i:.and in tlip sime Block of the Sta^eOffice of hue d3ff' rent Lines of Slajes. Passensei* nulling np ' ot the .U.0TC natped Hotel, and wishin: to : lake passage in eiilier o' Hie alovciims, by n akin;tl>eir Hilenllons known, can liavf ihrir seat? secured without anv tronbteor in convei. ' ence Ui them. Likewise<h<& whoaregoin- by Cana i o- Steamboat can be cooreyeaFw/ib ibeirb»j-a»e *ree ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

fiOJl.UERClAL AUCTIOX ROO5IS, A"o. \ y 110 Wocd Street, fiittsiuj-gh—R. A. Bailsman, AncJioneer and CcBBji^ion Mprc lianl, is now prepared 0 rereiveand sell all kiuds of Rooiis and Merchandize, al L:< Inr^e and capacious looms, ?1o.s 110, Nor th East Corner or Wood snd FiHli Slreels. Piltf-lnr;h. Re»c'ar sales of Dry Roods, Furniture.. Groceries and other ariides, 00 Mondaysand Tlutrsjay of each week. riardware. Cutlery, Pry Goods, and Fancy articles, on Tuesday. Wednesday, and TbUisday evcnjn;s. Books, See.., every Saturday cvrnin;. Li!>«ral advances made on Consigauients when wanted Bej-ekesceb. Mfsr;. John D. Davis, Esq., "J Easoley Sr Smith. | Hampton. Smiih, $¦ Co.. J F. Lorenz ^ Co.. | J. W. Burbridie^ Co., j f. MF.ee 4- Co. | C.ipi. James M"Garjill, }. Pittsburgh. Cltunsen. Eq. j. ( " Jiwn M, ' Fa<liien Esq. -jx% ) ' ¦ Loc^i^ Kennrdy. ] J. K. Moorhcad If to. | '¦ Jas. P. Hlnart. Esq. | Robert G3lway,Esq. I Cai.i. Jas. May. 1 McVay. Hann.i, § Co. J Witfi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

] - ^ 1 8 4 2i ' ; ^ ¦ ¦ j V. '• Pitttturfkmid Beazr Mt*. 'mj^^^ Mt^^ l^" " ' ' st'****ai .^^ tmwWB&SBSmLw SJtJTL. VkMPBTLL, Master, H AS commenced-her reja1 " lIrios . «< »'" ™"*» 1-ly (Sundays «xee^lcd.) Leaves Beaver at 8 0' clock A. Jd., leaves Pittsburgh at 3 o'eloci P. M. eo«- oecta at Beaver with the Pennsylvania and Ohib Lime of Frei-bt and Packet Canal boats between Beaver, and Cleveland Obio, aad Greenviile, Penasyrrania. Leaves Beaver daily al 6 o'clock P. M. Tbia Uoa-eanaceta with two daily lines on tbe Pencsjrlvanfa canal to Philadelphia, and with me Se* T«rk a*d Onto line oa tha Erie eaaal, and Sew York and Ohio line and. Obio canal, also with stesin freight and passage boats, brigs awl scboooers, on tbe "Lakes. The prDpi1etors«f Uii»*ai known line will be prepared^ tbe. openinjrj or jnwigatioa to tranjpon mercbanJize to any of tbe interped .i: ale portion the PennsylvasU and Obio, ana Ohio cauals; to any port on Lake Erie, and tbe Dpper Lnke«to ao&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

Dr. e. mEsmrrT^nmiTi8w^<ijk» ksmia. fittd, tptmttm Btcrmd and Tluri A«., , _ . ¦ Sep -' IO " '¦'¦ * ¦ '"' " . ' '¦ ¦ 1 Prrm rafB. 1OLASK JgfeTlTIO^IS, NOTICES, *C.— JCr lobe oamfe Eaokroptcy pracerdilijj, pi inted on good paper^ntt^l&e forms approved byibeCoorijar sale al tbe Officeof Ibe Mercury and Detaocfjrt. : f? 10 WM. HUBBABD, I.idies'fiBlifOBabtelbootaM shoe Manufacturer, Ko, 101. TWr^ «free»Jbet«r«eH «'ocd aud Sniitofield streets, Pittsburgh , feeplO T\l BUCKMASTEK,AT»Kir£YAT|IiAWr , 1^1. has removed his office lo the eflrner, or Fonrtb street and Cherry Alley, between Smltljfield anjd Grant streets, Piltsburgh. i fep 10 T^OR KENT Thedwellin- and Ibl containing 4 J* acres, io Allegheny, neat the Beaver Road,lately occupiedby Mr. Sauine! Church. Apply ft Ibe Merchants and Manufacturers' Bunk, to W, H. DENNY. sepJO I Cashier. i£R. r» 4vid saitos, w atcJh * clock Wj^mJr SAKEH, No. 95, Ma^kelJ!tr«t,Pitii-£j&i!» bnrgh, between Firth and 'Liberty street*, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

TX79I. BIDDi.fi, Surgeon Dentist, hasreinrned to » » bis old st.->m1 . No. IO7 , SoijlblSeld Sueet. where he can be consulted »ny hour during rhe day, on his profession.; ^ sen 10 REMOVAL ™ —Georje Armor, Merchant Tailor, respectfully announce;. lo bis friends and patrons, that he has reraoved bis estaMlsUroent from his old stand, in Third street, to the , orner of Froul and Smlibi^eld.in the'basement story of Ibe Monongahela House; where he ifilendVkeepin* on hand a general assortment of Fashionable Goods , suitable for Gen llcoien's wtar. ' : Be hopes, by close application, lo merit a snare oftbe business so iiherally extended U> Iiini at 4iis old stand. S. B {lavingmade arrangements in New Ynrk and Philadelphia, with I he most Fashionable Tailors, for the reception of Paris and London Fashions, customers may rely on Imrtsj their orders executed accordio; to tbe<a(est*iyle. : GEO6CE .4BJ9OR. gept 10 • ¦ JTTSBDRGHCIRCDLATING AND REFERENCE MBRABYdrKeli«iOB*.ni...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

PUBLISHED BY bss-TisK K|9. _F.VE .J^^rLtor *fe at ite Kercary aad JIauufaMilrcr ^F, WEEKLY, a< '»« ^me office, on a double ¦"UT a< TW0.D0LLAR8 a year, iu ao. f^rms^ Advf ertistng. ¦qL-ADE OF TWELVE LINES OR LESS: Brtion. 0,50 One montb, ^.00 Etfons, 0-75 Two moms 6.00 Kertion*. '^) Three mont hs, 7.00 ¦ t 1.50 I Four mon'bs, «¦ «" Ck« 3,00 Six months, 10,00 KcekV 4.001 One year. 15,00 YEARLY ADVEKTISEHEXTS. rSlSOEAKIJf It Ft«iSD««. k,^%1S.O0 * moX^%«,00 KTi 25,00 On* yai- Ja,00 K|i n advert isemeois in prororlion. Ks ' of four lines en DoLLiiSia year.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

.WA SHINGTON HAM*-Ibe subscriber has opened tlie late residence of James Adams . Ef=q^ deceased, for the receptfon of visitor^ and noarderj| the boose is verv j pleasantly sitnated on ibe hank of the Obio, 2 miles from the citv—pastessing all the deli-hlfnl accompaniments or a eonairy residenee, withool being loo far distant for persons doior- inuioen in tbe city. Tisitors will be furnished vtih every delicacy of tbe season. An Omnibus rons regularly eTery boor from the Alle ebeny end of ihe Bridge. K. B.—NoAteobonebevenfakent. ' "fl" !"-- WM. C. HERH. fjWTTSBURGH CBT1VEH.Y, and Sargkal In. JV «r«BeoH|aBa£»ctory. —Tbe Snbseriber ¦aanfoe. lores aad keepi nuluU; as Jnsd, every ilescriptlon of Caller*, Sarxicaiasd betaaX Instr«Be^«yrailo«.B Dre«>ers , *«d BaUerV Patent Sbean. Srtd(&s*tool«, *e. AHssod«B»iMifjier«re4atttH;*aliMtcruUr. and air OTJmatfeBded^irilbUwsMsrtMdarjNdci r attfcelojrttA43Hfti frieea. ' ^^M^ ^jfjsgaagj*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

TITEW HOTEL.-The subscritar r«peelfnlly in-1^1 fonts his old friends and ibe pablic thai he has openea a Temperance Hotel,in fiAhlStreet, o«r the Exchange Bank, and in ibe house lately occupied by Mattbew Patrick, i»d baa Itonted an Iron Sign,-Tbe Iron City Dole!," where, be will be very happv to aeconnrioilaie all wbq may please to call joo Jum. Bis Uble ««» be provided with Uw best fart, and every possible I >ecammodalioa to town and coaniry automeni and i * ra*etera. 1 . " i ¦ I A few boarders woo with to lodge In Itetrftons or 6f. ! Bcw, can he taken, aad feaOemeo »J» live eat of town can bare I hear dinner* *»ily. LHe ""J iarge and food •»aWe.,aad tbe 'bew Say and :Oats,«Bd aCood H<wler, aad will Mnammo»1c travel. en1 aodteDtlaDeawho ta^b,,,,^. i^^s^j^^situSS; ¦ . ¦ j -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

PiTTSBUKGHMAJRJFACTORHf^ ^-™^* mnd jSiUt ftr ecrfitgis at Suiter* Prices. Tbe sfibaciiberi manufacture and keens Constantly on hand Coach,C and Ellptie Springs (warranled,) Janiata Iron Axles, SHverand Brass platrd Dash Frames, Brass and * plated Hub Bands, Stomp Joints, Patent .Leather, Silver and Brass Lamps, Three fold fteps, Ualleaule Iron; Door Handles and Binges, 4-e-, $-e-., JONES «• OOLEHAN. scp 18 St.CIair «j- near " * A'tosheny Bridie.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

T>OOKBIXDI5fG^-M 'Candlres4-B^^<^^S\ -K3 Johnson, Bookbinders and Paper .Jcl^lsSgi Ru lers, ?. W. corner of Wood and ^¦^^V ^Sil Fou r th streeis.are now prepared 10 ex-/ Bj)^^-V^jl cciite all kinds of Pookbindin;and fa. g|^^glS±^per BuMn; wilt neatness and despatch. S3S55WS3 {t^-B lnnl; books rn'ed and txwind to any ziven naltern at th|» shortest notice. N. B. Al! work done at the above is warranted. (<=»p 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

yp0Xl~6 , oaya 80. So the House adjourn-."WO. And, on the 19th of August, Mr. Irwin renewed' h»B motion, the reported proceedings in the Intelligencer of . -tfae'SOtb, being, as follows: "" Mr- W, 3^. I' win rose ^a insiated on the pritiftky of the 'motion ¦<hej had submits ted last evening, (and pending which an adjournment took place,1 ) that the rales of tb£ House be suspended for the purpose oTefifeMng him to introduce a bill entitled **Abillr to provide revenue from imports, „ *jid to -change and modify existing laws i-teipaying -duties on imports, and for other " purposes/' [This bill is substantially the same bill as tbal -retui/ied by the President with his objections, striking out the 27th section, which repealed the proviso in the land distribution law of the extra session; and admitting tea imported in American vessels from 'beyond the Cape of Good Hope, and coffee, free of duly.] The Speaker decided that the motion -was entitled to priority, • Mr. Vf. W. Irwin s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

D>. Upfold's Address. We have been favoijgd by the author with an Addre ' ss delivered at the Annual Commencement<pf the Western University of Pa., oii TififSday, Aug. 9, 1842. The author of this Address has been one of the few of bur -citizens who sieem to have jfeU the necessity of maintaining a respectable institution of learning in our city. j Their praiseworthy effbrtB have not met with such success as they deserved, indeed their discouragements have been of the niost mortifying kind, and to any but determined spirits would Jiave been insurmountable: There is hardly a college within 300jmiles of us in any direction, in which the \ joutffebf our city may not be found, and{ we have no doubt that many are sent a Way, for the want of a seminary at home. We have-often remarked the humiiiattng fact, that while we: have expended hundreds of thousands in building a court house and jail, our only University was unfinished, and struggling along almost against hope. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

the cream- , we seen noticed in eastern papers, as the gilt of a western gentleman. These horses were purchased on credit, and have not been paid for till this day., as tbe year following Kinney took the "Sabine slope," and all who have any knowledge of Webster's business habits, know that paying debts of any kind, is not one of his failings. This is a brief relation of a part of the inter* course between the Secretary of Slate and H- L. Kinney; and notwithstanding the intimacy which it proves; the . family connexion which was almost consuma'ed, the partnership in land speculation, the hospitable treatment and munificent presents wiirch WeBsfarreceived from Kinney, he pretends now, when the reputed millionaire has fallen into a little deeper disgrace than himself, to have had but a slight personal knowledge? of the "person from the west" What reliance can he place in tbe veracity or integrity of a rr,.n who is so totally void of eve" ry principal of honor or gialitude? This tr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

Manoenyering. A barbacue u to be given iu Washington county in honor -of Mr. McKennan. This i3 no doubt g iven in pursuance of the plan to make Mr. McK. the federal candidate for Governor of this State in 1844. It will be remembered that be was tBe spokesman on the part of the whig members of Congress at the late fete given them in Philadelphia. But the friends of Mr/McKennan wiU; by no means ihave an undisputed field in their schemes to get. him the nomination. Mr. Denny ia we are told a prominent candidate for it, ajndi his fi iends arcs not idle. Malicious people say iie took the command at the late encampment to further this design. If so, ha has ceitainly checkmated Mr. McK. so far. We have no objectiou in the world to manouvering between the federal mag- He had ' nt got his Supper.—A Boston boy, on whom Dr. Taylor failed to produce any mesmeric effect., while lecturing ihBoston ^ on Wednesday evening, being apked why he did'nt goto sleep, shrewdly answered, "Because I ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

Vermont. The whiga are indulging in most extravagant joy that Vermont has been spared to them. Why if they cannot keep that State what State can they hupe to retainf Their majority, however, is reduced from thousands to hundreds, and defeat may overtake them yet. Bill Gray—This notorious scoundrel has been arrested in New York. He can disguise himself , so completely that it is sometimes impossible to recognize him; and he has frequently pas'wdnim^ seVf off as a woman. There was considerable of a riot in New1 York last Friday night. Two men were stabbed—the Aldermen were driven off. Several of the rioters were arre»te<). j. : . . ¦ ' 03" Tsro negpoes got in»o * a quarrel, in New Orleans, and one cat the uther very dangerously with a razor. The razor wa* injured considerably. i dij- A new Clay paper called the "Packet Guard," has started in St. Louis." ET The Millerites have 40 tents at Tauntonf and from two to five thousand persons attend their meetings. *A friend has h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

Rhode Island. The election ordered by the Charter party for the purpose of electing delegates to a Contention to form a Constitution, appears to have been a slim affair, as there were not more than 2090 votes polled This result shows that the great body of the chnrlei men are dissatisfied with the policy purs Jed by the leading Algerines, and that the petty tyrants who in their barbarous treatment of suffrage men violated every principle of honor and JuaVico ^ have no longer the respectjor confi ienee of their- own party. The suffrage men at their last spring election polled over 6000 voles, and iv was pointed at-by the Algerines as an evidence of ihe weakness of the liberal patty. Where is their own strength now? The public can judge of tho justice of a party that can poll but2000 votes, claiming the right to treat aa trai« tors and felons, a party of fteebora men that cook tains 6000 honest voters. {CP The Sun says that in Li ncaster county the"Whigi" have taken up a ticket....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

Affairs of Honor in "Owld" Ireland. - i)W Sir Capel Molyneux (not the last Sir^Japel but his predecessor) was one of those 'butchers of asUk button,' who would fiotallow frendship to cool in the very heat t»f a rencontre. When about 80 be took offence at something said by the late Gen-«r&l Mahoti. then a youngster and major in fhe-9tb diagooos, quartered at Armagh; and iye invited the major to come out ' to «CasUe Dillon, to be shot, and then to breafe-•feat with what appetite he might. They fired ft/brace of pistols, the young soldier tatH$g4ieed to shoot wide of the grey head while the palsied hand of the old man was a auffieietlt security against any thing but that which they say may kill the d—1, inamely, b chance shot. ^Sixiouhds were exchanged in this minnet, the old coeffc stepping out at each iuterval<3u"ing the reloading of the pistols, to interrogate 'Mahon . 'as he fffifiiliarJy accosted him, about his father's Agricultajalpursuiie, and to enlighten...

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