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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

.11711, HtTBBARD, Ladies1 fashionable boot aad *V WMManufiunrer. So. 101, TSJrd «>rert, eet»«« iVood and Smithfieid streets. Piusborgb "P"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

TZ Bnlctf^feiover &-ed. Orchard Gras? and leawck j Bloe Grajs, always on hand and for ' I F. L.SSOWDEX, i l_ _^o OS4 ijberiy areel, head of Wood, i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

j LBS. Laadrelb' s Frencii So-arie^^TT— \ re«iTrt anll for mle ^ B^S^»5 i P. L. S.VOWDEN ) L___ «** Liberty nrcd . bead of Wood. I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

E.,, ^"ASAS. Jltmitf. u J^l 0&ct: ! ¦K FourTh "' auioil <1 -lo -Alu>rney'sao»," ; W nh nr«l . 'tween Market and Wood! B _ sep 10 i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

D ~~f F. TWFv?«TTT PKM'rmTV O*** " Smiti. JUlt, Utwte* Sec**d ad Third Sl»., \ |0 * PlTTSBCaOB-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

Ms. NEW JERSEY .<\VEET POTATOES, ^¦Or s&rtl ; ju^l rertivei t.y * ¦ F. L. SSOVtrjES, ! V . No. 18-). Llberir head of \\ ,<oi el

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

PALE.—Lots onTbt N^Ti^rr— beand Di-h arect. AppiyTT """ of C"1 " L BENJ. DARUKGTOX, «„,,. , ne=r

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

wTB.ATE$'Bi..\SK]rr~ ' l* «rt onder »>«iate i,\, l m>?*edin Ssin ¦«- ' F «"•.tor sale n lb- Qg

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

jjL shook the pigtail—which then hung front f every Aailov' * '<head. J The 'Vessels perceiving a man thus ex--pose-Jnmaetfj -began to fire <at him. - 'Avast f tbereV shouted Jim; but, as they did not hear him, or attend to him, he ran - to the^princtpalbsuery, and, climbing up the flag staff, pulled down the Dutch cotor«,'-ina hoisted up a ragged ofd turban i>e found lying in oae of the Btreets The Tjommande™ of the vessels thought this extremely odd. Something strange had evidently happened; so they sent a boat «n . shore, bearing a flag of truce, carried by - the first lfeuteDant of one of the frigates. Unmolested the party inarched up to the fort;und,,as the gates* were open, unmolested theiy'marched into it. Not a soul <lid they meet till Jim strutted up to them. 'Hallo; you sir, wbat'a ine meaning of this? said the lieutenant lo Banting, in a voice-of- anger; for it was sadly infra dig^ for an officer of his rank to have been thus , ' sent off to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

FOR THE MORNING VOST. To the Working, or Useful Classes " ~ i\_eees$ft y*. in vu\g;ir life, is known lobe one nr the chief i"C»i«n"'i)U to vice* an) depravity.— Frorn a state of indigence, wretchedness, aud despair, the lr«n«iti n is easy to criminal offences. "From the degrading, ihfi injurious influence of a ptiitf! of debasement, jjeuerntinjj a corruption of mnr:i?s, Fpre.KJing in every direction, h&\v can it be rspfCted that ihe in'Vrior ranks in society can bo regular, saber, frugal of industrious. Colquhoun O'i Indigence. Citizens: White rrnbly endeavoring to have your voices lizard inlhe public forum, by selecting, from your class, men having a common interest with -yourselves, to re* present you in the AbsemMy of the State; jor a3 agents in the local affairs of the eity or county, let it not be lost sight of that the core for the ills of civilized life, in the present'stage of society, must coipe from yourselves. So long as gross inequality of wealth remains, -in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

PROt&AM AnS^I YX7«rR13AS inaod ~ h»AnBeLi.riii.^_ I ctecnonsofthU ConfthonwMllti, It is «nt0 -*"*** >>¦ gHre.putil«.ntnU» of such tjce&tt lob* hcM . *« mcraic in such notice what ma are m u , * ¦ pursuance il.ereof, LOBBSIASilT WEAvEn i^l Kip county of Allegheny do, therefore mjui^l gureIbis putilfc nouce lo Uieelectorso ' rtfc. Ju"*1 All«licny. ibat ageneral elcciion wlllUe taiii."* couniv on tbc tM >tlk« Secoud TttCsdav of Or«^».- « At it e wveralclrctlon dislnns-thtrcin °tW ' I The elrciorfof th« First Ward ciiv of p-,, I m«l .1Ih. OttUonrt House |n lhe Oian o^J The tlecrors ofthe Se «»i ,forrf of 0 "° - J Wrt'h, ><. mee. ¦„, .he house of Hugh Duffy oiful Y^ecDiiil a,,d r.ram sis. u>>0| Ht «J \Tlie Electors of lhe Tiird War-i, ,... Vfh.ip meet o, iuel.oo«. of Jolln Srano V^"i tfcWn,. IA,tacr;i,.. utoljrrtw ;^ Ye Electors of.He Fourth /Tari' of iw •„ ,1 *«k. lo n.«i ni .he W.,hlns ion L- on> Tu"ll °'i ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

DAILY MOHNFNO POST. ' T»S. PtHLUPS $ WM. H. SMITH, EDITORS iND PROPRIKTOES | I _!,. _^ - - " PITTSBURGH, MnND\y, SEPT. 19. T842. See First Page. flJ^The communication of 'Stability1 in reply to the Gazette and the American, will appear to-morrow. ' i -— . . . •—¦ '- " - Workingmen's Partr- In a late number of the Post we suggested to the Workingmeu that U'ey should make some declaration of principle foi the satisfaction ef the citizens of the county whose votes they solicit at the approacbingelection. We hoped that their oigan, the "Working Men's Journal," woiild answer us, but we huyo been mista- ken. It appeared on last Pridiy, but contained not a word about the principles or the objecs which prompted their leaders to organise the party. Why should they remain silent ? Do iliey expect that the people are so unwary , as to be induced to give their votes to can- j didates without knowing what measures I tlieyare pledged to sustain,or vvhotherthey aie plelged at all? Dojhey e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

wite; f.,Saf %w ^ of^VoiV tft^ ever didlf exist, - or e^eT rtWP exrsr.W" st ' »«:e««rfcjf-4ie produced Ixythe woVjng. classes,and by them aloue. WealtHS* * . ) sists of food, clothes, and houses, pi i\i^ pally. Those and eveiy thing else, nW be made by the workman, and to him\f right they belong exclusively. 6 to 6\ Another murder in Jfae PugLliMs' ltin;,\ A fiVht ca^ne on?on Ttiesdav tha 13th be\ it ween two pugilists at New York, named * Thomas: McCoy and Christopher Lilly for SaOO'.asiiJe. It was attended by ariTminense multitude of spectators from the' city, who gazed Ip'the brutal exhibitioa for three houis. At the end of that time, when they had fougbl 120 ldunds, McGby was unable to come tip to time, and Lilly was of course declared victor.— The reporter ofthe Herald, thus describes the scene that followed: "la a . n instant, we heatd the cry of "stand back, give the man air," and on rushing to the centre ofthe ring discovered McCoy lying upon the-ground in the last ] str...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

Mrs. Tyler. * The Madisouian of the 13th gives the following account of Mrs, Tyler: Mr?. Tyler was stricken with paralysis nearly four veais ago.' Tlie bli/vv was extr<-nii;!y Severn, ami although by the kind attentions he«towod on her, under the d\- reciion of able physicians, she was ;>'¦ aee11 in r cnmliti'in ot' cnmparative comfon, vet her frame was greatly shattered and her health rendered ever-more precarious. The loss of her speech, to a s^ 'eat extent, was one of the unhappy effects of this attack, whiln her system was so much enfeebled as to render the seclusion of her chamber indispensably necessary. She had therefore to forego to a great extern, the enjoyment of those social circles which she had previously adorned. Her famiily have continually watched over her with tho greatest anxiety; and Dr. Thomas has \>een almost a daily visitant rathe President's mansion for many months, it was seen that her system was gradually giving way to the cruel di...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

ruii ivii i \i iluii*\ SftZaine Election Sfews. fid l>n*r£a ffnii JumfW tnvt .Tiffin a b r s* sJt tvl n 1 i\ C* ^*r* 41 11UVW T*/ ^" wv»* vtj»s **^o j »* ») Maine, Maine, Maine? » BRIGHT AS SVSS.! The election in Maine has gone lot lhe democrats wi.h a rusk, foot K-liiggury is Jjardly vi»i. Uo down East. Ti'.e probability is now that Guv. 1 Faibpikl»'8 majority will be larger than it was last year—say ELEVEN OR TWELVE THOUSAND—and Ibat the democratic streng!fi ia both branches of the Legislature will be increased. , ' In I the ten towns heard from, the democratic majority o?er tha whig candidate is increased 188 votes. "Oh, what a commotion—motion, motion." 1841 1842. " 1 ?3 "] sq 03 S. ° E. n 3 §¦ I I I " s f % 3- E -I" Portland 960 998 80 1034 1078 51 <"ape Elizabeth S27 98 261 48 Falniouth 162 131 186 144 jiVc^lbrook 426 131 5 490 944 10 Cumberland 120 85 8 139 125 1 Bath 264 338 40 289 496 10 North Berwick 156 39 32 184 74 I jBerwiclc 107 36 26 168 134 2 So...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

ftt»Metos. The Gffzette says that the Birmingham IronWorks, will go into npetation this week. To the Benevolent citizens of Pittsburgh. The Christain Wot Id, published in Philadclsjhi*, suggests a ino«t excellent, scheme Cor the relief of the poor of tbat city during the cumiug "winter.— It is Iho following: "Lot householders,, storekeepers, and others, contribute such articles of fuinitijtre,cl6tlnng,:&c.ir Whether ot ornament or U3s,:a? they do not neod,. to ihe formalio'i of a ciminan stock,to bo dispo-^"; sed of by means of a fVir, or at auction, to raise funds for the (appl y of the destitute. It ia sapposed that ii large ~ tfnd valuable collection might thus be made, without inconvenience, or at, any >a ' to, without ifijttry to the donors: and that a ready and liberal saje would be ,fq\md for the ¦whole, rrtuhiflg-io-efficient curaftrftto raimyrwho-Wust ollieril|5e pirre in friendless' w*ot," < • . ' "list ibe/eharilahte people of thU city %ko th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

WALL FAFE&S. j | | jj THE suhsciher s respeciluliy rail WH their lricnd s and the rjihlM-!:enerallr.ll j sent assortment of Paper Havg-tris. ivIWj larjcand exieusive variety of parrrns of ' '1 description?, » li-cli upon inspection willjtl <tCsane''ior quality a nd finish. ' 1 \u» ~ gfy**d Wall i'upers,of atl desrnpi; oM, t^ | rooms aia-'-.v.rics,ul 2S«uis per r iecf- J j Olaxtl Wall Papers, «pat and l-andsonrtpn \ p»perin>!ri>om« auH «ntri"3;-»!. y;i rouis. J I 4m«-ican Wall Paper, of llieif wn ow»«i 1 hails; Fresco and ot/ier styles fWojrW": | clmniher?,on fine salin gtaz.d gr0UI"i^> J I Frcnuk Wail Papers, Decoration antt ** J silver 11 i I plsilt and rich color?, ?o'rf and P~eloct aid Jmilation Borders. , J Imndncape Papers, In sell3, foj^Jl-petniJ'1 and dining rooms, at reduced prices. I Fire Board Prints, Sialues, O Tname1l "'$A Window Blind Paper, plain and figure*. I tors. ' * ~MB*i : Western merchants and othersare r< * rJj...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

Circus. ; ¦ ¦ The Grreat Western Amphitheatre, an* derthe tnanagement of Mr. S. H. Nichols in pwfoflroing at New.Lisbon, Ohio. This 42o*npany wub in tbift city test year ttnjl dur c ' itizeo9,n« doubt, remember the taste and elegance of their appointments, and the superior »kiil of %hsperformers. » ' i -' i ' i C?*I"^ifttiCdt)#4jS>ok »e^.t(ice ^^e ¦youug raeji playwf t»all on a VonHr^ftet when ihey should be at work or with tbeif matnmars. ^ Front and Grant Strygi. ,c

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 19 September 1842

J^BfeniJ^^t'he'geiraTmaift* o/a-piece-nt ' the Chatham Theatre, Jf.'^a fe\v nights "btnee, * t was tfecessary for a pers<in who ' played the part of an li ish man, to toast un American. The actor gave the rejected toast ofthe Ashburton dfnner— <f The President of the United States," t> which be proposed nine cheers. Immediately the whole audifiiee rose, and made the building shake with their loud aud long huzzas.

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