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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

A SSIGSKES'SALEOP R&L ESTATE. AT AVC. TIOX -On Stt«rday,17«f: 4»»«JaH.a» SoVtoek. P.. M I win sell, by order rof Ibe AetigMe, «B ifeeaicawer, llw M'nriagerttrtbmt property.»fe Allot of Growrf 32 feet front by aboat 1*0 Teet deep, wHli a sBtstMlial fra«iebadflag<m«t,aMd new f-a aDaebJne. •&••<. eontafahe agoa* tlteni Engine aoe Oearln-sTwo Cfrralar fltwsla/tt«-«1«ii»«le in AHesJwiy C*^**^^ Canal awl ibe QaMnv asrf «<***»• ^"tSST Ct*^ka-«H«ef<Mnp4pM ai »JooM«t rf^#»»T. ^t T^\ h^^&s

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

R EMOVAL,-Georje Armor, Merchant Tailor, resoeclfntly acnounces to Ws friends and patrons, that lie has reoo»e4 his ejulMishment rrom his old stand, in Third streetvio the corner of Front and SmitbfieW.in the Uasemenl sMrar of the Monon'atiela Boose; where be intend* keeping on fend a general as. sortnent of Fashioaablc GootlS, suitable for Gentlemen's wear. ' He hopes, by close appKcatioe. lo merit a share of the business so liherally*ileon>d to him at his old stand. K. B Baviaginade arrangements in New York and Pliiladeljvbia, with the most Fashionable Tailors, lor the reception of Paris and London Fashions, conomers may rely on liavin; their orders etecuied according to the latest style. " GEOBGE AES1OB. «!*¦ - 10

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

OrASHOrGTOX HAXJU-Tue sabK-iber has l^f ^ Opened tUe late residence of lames Adans. Esj^ *M»CFri. <brtbe reception of visitor* and boarders toe noase is very plea<an-lv situated on the hank of Ike X'alSlSEifcV111 ""1 "1 **"5 *"the *li ^t - hri«tTS^2I^LJ . I 1 «™»<ry reUfcKe. wiifaoot e« T- •nmxmtnti be rara^ked with e«ry del>ea» of Uie kssob. AnOmnitaI rnosre-iHarlyrtery tour from tfte Ane fheay ead of the Brid-e. HrB.—So Ateooo. 'ic bCTerapakept. "W^ W». C. HERW.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

TWTTJS&WEJRGHCCTiraiY, a»4 gorgfeai r». M. BU«aeW»laimlactorT^-T»e Bobs«ioer sawbc tares**! Ues»«oiUilaBUy on band, every docripfioa jf . OUery.g.jfeaia.Jae.M im a^mnt^rtSooHwa Sew-r^aMl ffatterV Faie*t Sbeart. «Mdtas*tools .<fc ^AneoosjsiBiubctBndortlwfeHsMftricb, »>d a» orders attrattk to srttfa t*ettfalrh*ittmti3k, at iheWrsTtMsli yrkea. ~- ., , < * *«*M*rfesiaetai:dMC«tai «ra%aatea fo live fodst " J/ * * ; r ,-rv - • i ^ I"

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

WM. ADAIR. Bo»t *»J Sine Mtktr. Libels S!.. " eppr&ue tkektaiofSmilljield St., Pitlrlxtgh.— TtestrtiscrUM-rhaviiiE bonfht ont the slock of the laie Thomas P.aaerty, deceased, Iws commenced Irti.-iness in tlie old ?:and of Hr. B., and i? prepaTedto eieeoie all desciipiions of work in his tine, in/the hest manner andon the shortest noi ire. Helseejw corstanlly on hand s^lx-gf assonrnpnl ofshoe finilinss of all descriptions and of ibe best quality. He solicits lhe paironsse of the t>-jb licandoftbc craft. WM. ADA1E. sep 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

JT EBLS. LAEO OIL, forsale by t* E. A. FAHNESTOCK *¦ CO., sep 10 eorB»;of6thihd Hfoodst*. ll^OI PAPEKSGermanioifn Lamp Bl«k for sale 1AJOJL by 15, A. F*H- NEST<>CK * CO, sep 10 comer of 6tba»rl Wood sit. Orif\ USS Prepared Chalk, for rale by •VlFV E. A. FAONEStfOClt J(- CO , rep TO corner of ClBanrf Wood sis.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

PITTSBURGH MAXUF ASJTOH.Y^-SprUg s and Jlxles f*r Carriages at Btsleni Prices. Tbe $ub«criher£ manufacture and keeps con«iantly on band Coach. O and Eliplic S^rlnjp (wnrranied.) Jsniaia Iron Allr«, SiJverand Brass platfd Dash Frame*, Rras? and plated Bnb Bands. 'SlOinF Joinu, Patent l,eatite-. Silver ard Brass Lamps, Three fold Flepg, Malleable Iron, Door Handles and Hinges, ifc ,^-c. JONES * QQI.EMAS. «*i-10 . S«-Ctair 5t~ near ". e A'lreheny EruJiP

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

-- , _ , TJOOKBrVDrVG.—M'Candlrss^- H^^M^^W J*^y John^in. Bookhinders and Paper -M^^\^^3 ( Rulers., S. W. comer of Wood and ^H^^St^SU Fcsrt>4 slreei.3rc ttcw prepared to exi*llS^\fjS SW ecote all tinda of Bookbindin: and Pa. B|^^^Si2£| l>er Ro'in: wiik neatn«5 and de;paich-^^^^^ 35^^^ 5^ ?"^lank books rn' ed and bound to my Etven pattern at the shnrleM nosire. N. P. Al! work done a'. theaboveU warranted. f--en 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

4qqog& tS/M. BlDDLE, Smrg-cov Dexifzl, hasreinrned to »» bB old stand. No. 1OT, Smi;bfield Street, where be ran tie consulted any hoar during the day, in hi? Brofp>?ion. " < r«i in

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

STOLES, from the shop of I be tobtrftei, in Third areet, rametme lut weefc.a pair of Snean, far aiircnl ' iing. They art nearly, or qnlte a tool lorg, and veryslin. It » eappoerd Ilie ibief««*l Ineni soniewbere ¦n ' lberitv I will nav tbe poreiunbr asy re«o#aale pnee if' bewM bringIbemiome. M.JOSES. sep 13^-a.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

PITTSBUKGHCTftOtjLATlSe AKD REFEBESCE LIBRARY of Celi^int!;, Bioorica^Po4iiiral^nd MisulbiMooii Works, will be open every day, SaJbath ex. ceoted. ' torn 7 o' clock, A. M.,until 9, P. H^is the Ex chas-e Bnilding, corner ot Si JCIair street and Exchange alley, waerepODCtoal attendance will be;;veil by •W-. M JJ43EMMIU

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

. - ' Execnlion of Q,acen Mary. -Followed bj-her servants, and by Melvil bearing her train, she entered the great ball, and walked to the scaff-kl, which had been erected at^ Us upper end. It was a raised plofferm,about twenty feet in height abd.twelve broad, surrounded by a rail, and covered with black. Upon it were placed a low chair and cusliin, tvyo other seats, and the block. The Queen regarded it without the least change of countenance, cheerfully mounted the steps, and sat down with ihe same Casy "giace and dignity.with which she would have occupied her throne. On h.-r right was seated the Earl of Kt-nt and Shrewsbury, on herleft the sheriffs, and before her the two rxecationers. The Earl of Kent, the Dean of Petersbnrouah, Sir Amias Paulet, Sir Drew Drewry, Beal the clerk of the privj council and otiieis, slovd beside the scaffold; and these, with the truants, offi cers, attendants, aid some of the neighborinn gentry, who had been permitted to he present, made up an as...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

O^-T American Board Foreig-n Missions has received $300,000 in the last eleven ' month?' . fCfThft enly way to boat a blackguard U to beat a retreat, - We are indebted to Mr. W. H. Alles, Clerk of the Penelope for lale Cincinnati papers. " Mrs. Sutton is giving Concerts at Buffalo. The editor of the Gaeztte is delighted with her vocal powers, 8R well he may. How floes Mr .Sutton Bucreed in Baffilo7 Has he still goto "very bad cold.'-' r Gov. Porter has pardoned Elijah Bowman who was convicted of breaking into l beMayor's office at Lancaster and stealing Shin plaster$\ .«, For Ihe Morning Post. Mr. ' Sh-rtdao ' s rejection of tbe nomination tendered hfm by the Cibertj; Party. Mb. Eiiitor—So Ft appears lhatTStr. Sheridan, after sorce week* deliberation, has f5ia)lj»-coneluded to decline the nomination of the Libe' rty Party, and accent that of the Anlimasons and Whigs, Me might, it is humbly conceived, h^ve arrive<f: at this saire conclusion in a shorter ppuce of time It must...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

etommgytjai yctoT MTTSBUROH MARK^5 MW«DTOKTB»»|omill«« ,»6w .»T J^ Our navigation forihe^erw, i,in ***H 4«r, uta th« nWr onmwin , J,i gh^.lo rJJ ofcannel, and our Port oirtte MonQ9t,ul bea^ftByfinetfwitbifcet rf 6na Z . j from fbt pete* 1» !be bridge. Wu[>;. I a H ***\ ^ J»mberb.. ewDed!m ;* 'N ny. is covered- with fl,t and keer bejij Zl Our steamers are beginning to be jn T1 tioiT, and «rri»e .nd <fcpart itil j ((j l "»J on tie Ohio, Monongaheia and Aifc.Jj Our merchant, ^rally are becoarioTj pared for an eartjr and good f»|j busia^M •locks in every depattment , both fo ,Z'' me.tic, wi M Vina.of Pjtubur?b m,rfJ are excellent-welt M«rW-fltA * " J *> me Mercbani,, M«Dnfse(arpr , J are. wrfl prepared for sel|i ng ,ow J comiBodafmg term, {„ Msh ^ H and to good punctual wrtom e*, '1 terms, and the Fall trade isil,p -B ^ *J «»?hng from boats »d w Von3 3 * 'i ;i»;" ,Imu '""* »--i Grain.-Wheat, Trom 33 ,„s$ R 1 fcj31;O,Ul8.14;CWJaa ,»; *£« Hay —$6 a ton. ^ 1 Athe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

DAILY MORNING POST TSS. PIItt.l.lI'S § IVM. H. 6MITH, EDITORS A.K-D PBOfRlKTORS. ' ~ yh'TSBUn«T{ ,FRIDAY, SEPT. IS. 1845. i See first Pago. i . . _ ¦ j |C7"Eider Page's defence of Joe Smith, w.y.1 appear to raoitow. Jl'r. Kama and Ihe Gazette.—In our notice of tlie slandtr that was circulating respecting' Mr. Karns' vole on the Tariff, which wasfirst published by llie Gazette, we acquitted that journal of intentionally misrepresenting Mr. K'a course; bui an artido "which appeared in its columns of VVetiaisaday evening, corape!a us to believe that its first statement waa, deliberaiely uttered for the purpose of injuring Mr. Karns i.i the estimation of the friends of a protective Tariff in ill ' s coun* ty. If it isn/>t so, wh y do^s the ediljr fly into a passion aljiur correction of (lie slander, and bisely insinuate that ihere are other votes given t>y Mr. Karns besides the one we published, that w u'd prove him to be unfriendly to Uie Tariff? Tho charge h not di...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

Animal Magnetism NtmSlgbts&d. —The good people of Castleton, Yerieadnl, wtrer a few weeks since electrified byiihfl appearance of a handbill annpuncingf that "Dr. Adrien," would de-liver 'a lecture on Animal Magnelism, combined with electricity and other philosophical experiments, on Wed* nesday evening, Aug. 24. VVhen the nighi came the room was crowded with the beauty and fashion of the romantic village; and at the request of the Doctor, a committee was appointed as usual by the audience, who determined not to be humbugged if possible-They, however,soon discovered that "the boy," instead of being asleep was " wide awake," which discovery so thwarted the Lecturer that he immediately closed the. performances '. The carpet was taken up j and si rings, puHies, &c. for.nd beneath, I which so»rousedihe'dandet' of the Commit-; tee that - they immediately applied to ^the proper authorities and compelled the disciple of Mesmer to disgorge the cash; and uol satisfied with ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

55s * Where did die S. B. New Castle get bo moch chimney t; - —*3, The Coon Skirmtr, —This is the title of a new Democratic paper in Cincinnati. Pennsylvania Senators.—0ha terms* of 11 members /if the Penn.«yNan«-jSenatg have expired; six Whigs and ljsf*j§erno ttrata. ^ " -, * Dr. Lardner and his wife are in»Phjlsdelphio. The Doctor looks well, the ^imes says.and bis lady is engaged;—in cutting np linen into small dresses again. Webb and his calf arc able lo"be out. Trie BaUimoreans ate piepatitvg to cete braTe the Anniversary of the Battle of North Point. Emigration..—One hundred and sixty eight German emigrants arrived in Philadelphia on the 11th istiyfrojn Bremen. — The Express says they4 are hale, hearty persons with money. Baltimore Theatre—has been opened for the season. ' . , Booth is there. "Thirty deaths in Washington during the month of August. Field's new Comedy "Such as it is," won't take." Skating in Dog Days.—They are skating on ponda ofjnrtificial ice in London. It ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

tend ail is will, ' save the millers useful wheats and the friendly sickle in the fields. •eetttitrynysn and broibe«*cemu«e« may ' to?J o,i wtbey have fleeted past before sach universal action may again bo displayed; Ayt>-Wethe «a»t for liberty, and we must stand, like men, the hazard of the die. Lei none * despond. Let all be cool and watch All, and, like the bridesmaids in the parable, k««p your lamps burning; and let your continued resolution he like a beacon to guide those Who are now hastening far and wide to follow yodr memorable example. ¦^ftr ttrrren, we rely upnu your firmness1 , flOWarUioe, treachery, or womanly fear, tyfflild cast our cause back for balf a ceniu - Ty.- '"Lefno-man, woman, or child, break down thri solemn pledge, anil if ihey do. may the curse of the jmw anfl the stamne purtaeHhem—they deserve slavery who would madly^Coirtitit. , "*Oar machinery is all arranged, and your ^ausewill, in three days, be impelled onwtfd by all the intellect we can summ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

* The Bcmocrats and the Suffrage Men. The lederalist*nave for sometime past been al. tempting to excites feeling.of popular ind'gnatioD aga'ns* some pVominen* members of ihc democratic party for holding correspondence with the suffrage men of Rhode Island, and expressing sympathy for the cause in which tbo disfranchised afreemen oftliat State are struggling. The editor nf tne Advocatp in his paper of yesterday says that "MrfVan Buren has written lo the Dorriles ^Bhorfe I-iland, assuring them of his must hearty sympathy with ihern . in their effjrts to secure for Ure people of Rhode Island the enjoyment of the rig hts and privileges to which thoy are entitfed, and wliicb are enjiyed by their felloiw citi ^ itepa in other Stales of the Union. It is nothing hew for Mr, Van Buren to sympathise wi'.h mo'.j law." ' , ¦ " Thfi following is the letter written by Mr. Van Buren, for which our neighbor would oxcitc a feel ing ofindignation ajainst him. " rKn»»BiiHooK, Au^. 27, it94}. Sir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

The Picayune gives the flsHowing as the concluding remarks of a whig orator, made at Syracuse, New Y«rk: "Let your candidate be fresh—one un» cftmrnitteti to-any partieulnr interest ot -opinion, Jhat he may be free to commit himstelf io any and every thing, as prudence shall dictate to re most conducive to the gaining of voleffisi-x Let him be unknown, so that nothing in his p&st conduct may be kna»vn to contradict the glorious character the whig press is waiting to give him. Let him be one that will promise every thing to every body—a canal to every man's mill pond—a railroad to every roan's-door—repose to every idler~pmployment to every laborer-r-exclusive privileges to evety religious sect—bard cider to the thirsty toper—cold water to the Waohingtonians—roast beef i~> the hungry—charters to all applicant corporations, and o ; 1"ees 'o ail applicant beggars.—Let him be an antinational (lebl-as-=iimption distribution bank man; a high low protection direct taxation ...

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