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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

The Gazette is mistaken in its surmise ¦as to the authqr«h^rj«R^ article which appeared in oior pa^yesT^rd^y, signed < Sta-Mlity.," The write* ' -$ toot only a political opponen t of the democratic parly, but a '•libsrV nwn'' of the most decided kind. We shall not reWt upon the editor of the Gazette by saying that he knew this fact, but we 'Mil; say that he ought to: have knowa it (irom his intimate connexion Hfith tbo Abolition paper. , . . . We do not know "Stab ility's" motive for having Jiis comratonication inserted in our paper jilprefereuce to thejournal mentioned in the Gazette, but we suppose he pdeaired to have U come under the obseriva* tion of as large a number of the citizens as possible, and knowing that every body reads the "Post" he requested us to pub> lish it.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

Airaffir^v aTlon Revolution;iry Relics, rnlr^n as jnst been excavated at 'Red Bafrk,3 figteaiigh the agency rtf Col. Murphy, of Philitilemrrra, upwards of thirty cannon balfs'of about-twenty-four priuny cafibre. Thfese articles^ which appear but little worse-for wear, were found deeply embed (l ed in the b ' ankfrom which tliey were-dug ' , al bill a short distance from the spot where ourcbnniry's gallant adversary. Count Dunop, (ell. They wer? m a direct line with ihe main gateway leading tf> the enemy's breastwork, whither ^ the mosl poignant portio« oftfie Arnerielh fire was directed, and indicate that the Count fell amidst a fearful and destructive i torm of bali. At the same plaee' were also found portions of the old gateway,, together with a number of large pikesv'witlr whicfrthe " gateway was fortified.vi'Phey are ' now at the disposal of the Colonel; thi whom they are ' tntlebted for their resette fri ' m a slumher of half a century.— N.iYiMornihs Post.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

¦ Business In Philadelphia—Cheering. BicknelPs Reporter, speaking of the business of PhUadelpia, sayr. , '' The signs around us are certainly sat; sfactoriy. The languor and gloom are disappearing, the noise of the loom and the sound of the hammer are again heard, and men ssem to be rising firoin the depression and adversity which have so long kcpt.them to the earth." The same welcome intelligenca greets us from every section oftfie Union. The papers fronfev* ery commercial ci'y, north, east, south anJ west, have ceased their doleful cjroaking Abont "hard times1 'and now talk of "revivals of business,"—" cheering prospects " &c. &c. Let all abandon their wild notions of speculation, bank facilities, &c, and becomo industrious , prudent, and economical—be satisfied with a safe and sure business, and we can tfien bid farewell to panics and pressures, brought on by reckless ness, and indiscretion.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

J^ftA,; memb?r of Congress from Indiana franked^d ' wlls 6f wall paper to'his wife marked "Pub. ¦Poc." " , " . ¦ • ¦ -^a fj^T-The "Great Missuuriurri," which was exhibited at Concert Hall, in this eity, by Mr. Koch, is now iniiondon. O^rBaefcB and Chester counties are overran with thieves, both white asd black. lEFSix thousand dolkr« arrived at Nep Orleaos from Cincinnati. u TU»w\ng Jtton the Muviatippi.'L * * pT^ y iw-j OWxbti «h«k »t Ctarle««iv B. C. -.. '~ 0^t /... I « " ' V^<^0og^. 2mm grati fied^" leato . iiom 4nt«atifofthe **0e(noerat" that" out friend* itv Orairfont 4tave settled their political difficulties, and that peace and har- j many again .prevails in that sterling little j county. At the convention helt$|& the ,l3tb, M- B. Lowry and J. P. Branley were tapqupated for the Legislature; our friend «. ^fe. WcFarland for Prothonotary; Jaraos j ^osttt for Register and Recorder, S. B., Long for Sheriff; Daniel Marshall for Com- j missioner, John G. Grier ...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

I W ij ^ i^ * ^ ^ ^ — ^^B^^^^Bm ¦-;-»¦* ire-W y=T |P ba^H oar p^esBSBWopy , or tbesJoOjrafil of^« LegWalure, whioriOTr neighbor of-the Gazette, can exaniin&sny timeibe chooses to call- at our office, He has induced his readers to expect Qtal if he could get his hands on the Journal he would be abl& to prove ibat Mr. Karns had on so'ne occasion during the last Session, evinced .on an unfriendly feeling for a pro teclive Tariff. We now oflfer him the journal which he is welcome to examine, from tbe first trrihe last page.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

yrt of 33(ttgmrgi TEX FSST WATER 1,1 TBS CD.I.1HIL AHRlVKlC Cleveland, Hctnphill, Bcnvcr, Michigan, Boie?, dn., Cfarion, fld(cfcin«cn, SiariVUi, Oella, Allen, Brownsville DEPARTED. Michigan, Boies, Bvaver, Cleveland, (JemphiU, Be.vcr. Orleans, Hazlel, St- Louis, , Muskingum Valley, Binl, Msnei! Maine. Dawson; St, Loui?, Mnntezuma, M.irtin, St. Lnni( ¦Hew Castld, iHcMilli n, H^far ati:s cf S'tejmboat Fhkioht ji^« Cincinnati — 15 cents pct\$ Louisville 20 ¦' " St Louis 374 ¦' " ftnshv-tle 57 » .

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

Mr. Buchanan. The Democratic Convention of Philadelphia county, which met on the 29th ult., passed^ resolution instructing tiie democratic candidates for State Senate, and Assem. bly, if elected, to vote for the Hon. James Buchanan for U. S. Senator. Our Philadelphia friends appear to be in trouble again about;.their delegate system; they have elected delegates to a Convention that is to meet on the istMor.diy of December torevise it. What is the matter now?

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

Th»±Robbery in Hayti.—It turns out that the old woman whose money drawer was robbed, is indebted for that favor to a gracelesrson of he? own. The improved maxim—"Train up S child and away he'll go,".; has been " verified in this instance. The police have, reason to believe he is in Wheeling, but the oltl woman is not disposed to^send afte r htrft.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

Dollar Magazine.- -The September nnmber oi * Jhis extremely cheap Magazine, is received at Perford's Literary depository. It is well filled with choice literary matter, and embetisited with a plate of the Fashions, a print representing a scene in the times of Jack Cade, and a page of Mu . sic—-"To My Wife."

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

ETJIfticoii' * opinion of party.—Nathaniel Macon, the: ' IPatriarch of North Carolina Democracy, gives this definition of party;—U A parly is noth« ing more than a union «f certain people, for sorae great political eoHfeand if I agreo with tbat people I had as lief be its tool as to be anything else in political life." How ridiculous it is to hear rnen talk about belonging to no parly.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

(gj-Malicious Mischief. - We sic !-! some pcrs .bn entered the foundry otSlatij! Nelson a few nights i-in-e and brokeim caret whieh were prepared la cast Pi ^ neiv Water Works. Tiie sc-jiindrcl hidj on his guard fur he is known, anil hen punished, fur his villany. This is w offence.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

g---— — __ Pennsylvania. Hall.—The Court of General Sessiorjs of Philadel f>fiia has granted a rule upon tbe County Commissioners to show cause why a, jury should not assess the damages done by the burning of Pennsylvania Hall.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

^-^OFPEE—39OBags Rio-, 50 •«Ss 5'*s "!i* * U TF,J!S-(JO Half chans Y H.and G«»l« SGOJlA—SO hWs Orleans; , ' ¦T/JV—30O hose" assorted: 5V P'»" COPPER—TOOs! eel. braxi " ^ln. t\6 gQ O do SheatHl'S'* PIO IR0X-—6SO ions soft. ! ^pS^^n^hot^

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

VjlLffJISlE PR&PEllTT FOIl Jitf<** lent three slory hrtck home on B> O» * I from, a good More roam Ih front. »"*B "jj| ! wTH. ane ' tellenrkllch*.,- O.e Wt.-*^S , 10 feet »»ey. Thb ta a iood «nnd Of MM ' -be «>« Jo# f t? *rt CMS. a»<l P»rl »* * „ i '. wdvt^finxH*****! *FZX**»i L in oart pMnent. For terbs mi P?l™ .rS <M

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

Jgj-The Weatktr, during -the -first of the we. fc was excessively hot—during the middle of (he week it was wet—it is now culd. The clerk -baa bcien busy.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

ICPTIir Cherry. Aliev cusp,*!, been in dispute for sn manv yeasg at .last settled: the city cmir.Hls » greed to pay T. Fairman 7000dai removing his hotrse.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

MEDICAL CARD. — Wa. M. VVr.ionT, Jl. immsdiataly relinquishing his prp.'ft! li.is (lelemiineil to resume ihe practice ofln; He will give his attention lo ihe several braiw cine and Surgery, in all of iv.'iich h#ivas rsji uuerf. ' Office and residence No. 71 Fourth strrr above Wood. eej

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

The Abolitionists have substituted Benjamin Forsythe as their candidate for Recorder in place of Mr. Sheridan.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

fj^-A camp Meeting of tho Primitive metliodists will be held next Sunday on Saw Mill run. Commences at 8 A. M.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

fj^-They had a cat-fish in the Natchez market which measured 5J feet in length, if the papers can be believed.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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