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

mm.. LAAixtit, j» j osirn.ii. mw :-| ARIMER If CO., Exchange Brokers, Fourth JL» Street, third door from Market street, Pittsburgh; Have opened an Exchange Office, Cor the purchase and sate of Bank roles. Gold and Stiver. Bills and Notes, payable In the principal cities in the United Stales, collected. Interest paid on Tim Dkpositks of specie, par.funds, and current bank notes. REFEREN C E S . Thetitlzensgenerally, Pittsburgh, c. D. Invilliers. W. E.TbompJOn % Co., Philadelphia. Carppnter # VernJHye, J. jj'g. Stone, New York Johnston 3- Lee,James WJlMin, Baltimore. ' Rowland Bills, J. S Goodman 4--Co., Cthcionatl, ). B. Tyler, Massul {¦ Cu., Lousiville. " stfflp

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

BARON VON HUTCHELE1 HERB PILLS.— These Pills are romposed of herbs, which exert a specific action upon the heart, give impulsu (or strength to the arterial system; tlie Wood is quickened and equalized in Us circulation through all the vessels, wheiher of the skin, the parts situated Internally,or ihe extremities; and as all the secretions of Ihe body are drawn from the blood, there isa consequent increase of every secetion, and a quickened nction'Of Ihe absorbent* and eshaleni, or discharging vessels. Any morbid action which may have taken placn is corrected, all obstructions are removed, the blond is purified, and the body resumes a healthful stale. For Sale Wholesale and Re lallby R.E.SfLLERS, Agent, sr-p 10 No. 20 Wood si. below Second.

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

a<j>a spsDQsrunsrOd BOOKS, » STEAMBOAT BILLS, PAMPHLETS, HORSE BILLS, BLANK?, VISITING CABDS, LABELS, ADDEESS DO., CHECKS, BUSINESS DO., NOTES, HAND BILLS, BILLS OF LADING, CIRCULARS, ^c, ^-c. Together with every description of Letter Press Print ing, famished with neatness and despatch, and on mode rate terms, at tbe office of the Daily Morning Post ¦en 10

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

Estate of Catherine McLaughlm. _1T ETTERSbf Administration upon the Gstaie of the "jLj above in estate, late of Allegheny City, deceased, having beenpraiued lo the undersigned—Allpersonslndebted to said Estate are herrby required lo pay the amount* due. and all having claims asaintt it to make known thesame without delaj to the subscriber or his At. torney, JamesS. Craft Esq., No. 35 Market street, Pillsburgh. ALEXANDER McLATJGBLl.N, Au««st3 1842.-6t. Administrator.

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

JOHN HART, Commission Merchant,Dai duce and American Manufactures, M& Reihr to—Jno. Grier, Esq., Pittsburghi Aaron Hart, »• James Cucfiran of R'd. " Jno.D. Davis, ¦¦ ftl'Vay $f Hanna, " Avery, Ogden It Co. " Jno. Woodbourne, E?q,Madison.

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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 — 20 September 1842

;| I | | ,. j jjj .j I i\ , I | (I j! j'i ; j |i ; | ; ] i( . I 1 - .DR. E. SlERRrTT, DKPiTI»l", Q*« i» said. .)E«U, Utmiex £tu«s4 «<f TVUrtf «#., net JO. ,- . ' • ' - i, '¦;' ¦' PrrrsBtmop. JOHSSTON ? -STOCKTO»I,Booki>eneni.Prliiter«ia«m P-tpgr Manufad«reri'. So. 37. Maitel «¦ »ep ^^y JOBS ANDEESOK; Smitbfield Foandry, Water. *t_ near itae M6oonjah»la Bon»e. PiitAarga. eej» iq-ly LEONARD S. JOHNS. AWennan,Si.Clafrsireei, second door from Liberty. «p 10-^ljy DE . S. B. HOLMES, Office in Seco«itslreei, neil door lo Malvany * Co's Glass VTareJioase sep lQ-ly SHDNK ^ FIXDL AY. Attorneys at Law, Foartlisu, near the Mayor's Office. Plusbursa. seplO-ly H8S. HAMILTON. Attorney at Law, FiftB, between Wood and Smilbfield sts.. Piuslmreb. sep 10 ^-ly j »jrjGH TOXE8. Attorney al Larr. North East corner i [J of Sroithfipld and Foorih streets. sep 10—ly |rm>!«-FO* ***** ¦ JAMES TCRXBCIU. ItXANNA * TIJKNBULL'S Taper Warehoose. No. I |X J(i4, Wood st., where may 1» had a sen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 20 September 1842

•ffagfclTggAEY FOi*. ; - -: ¦ :.. Wc^e^n's KTawy. -' ' _ A SCENE AT roHTA_B__|I. ^^pofejju was coorereiog «_» Josephi^W^ea one of his officers entered, and announced a yoaog' woman _om Lyons.— "What is her business with met" "Some petition," answered De MerviUe, the offi cer. "Show her into ojr pieaence," said he. The officer soon reappeared, with a iadj leaning upon hia arm, whose face, as much as couid ' be scanned through the thick folds of a veilwas very beauiiful.4% She tretcbl^d as she approached the door. "MatJeaoiselle," whiapored her guide, kindly pressing her hand, ''take courage, but answer promptly whatever question the emperor proposes. He detests hesitation." Then ushering her into the spacious apartment he bowed and retired. Tbe trembling girl, perceiving Napoleon, on whom her fondest hopes depended, fof got herself, & her tim ' tdity;«be thought only of another. Throwing hersalf at the feet of Napoleon, sfie exclaimed, in « voice choked with emotion, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 20 September 1842

PUBLISHED BV PHILLIPS & W. H. SMITH, .CORNER OF MOD * *>*™ I™ [renrf aud Ilaiiafactarer W a-FFKLY ac ihesaroe office, on a double K t at TWO DftLLARS a year, in ad. EgjUies^lX CKSTS. Kriu*ol Adrertising. ^U£ OF TWELVE LINRS OC LESS: Ion, 0,50 One moolb, ?-JW OUf H.75 Two moms, MM) tions, 1.00 Turee roonihs, 7.00 1.50 Four mon'Us, AIMI j 3.OT Siiajonibs, 104)0 Js, 4.00 One year, 1J00 YMRJ .V ADVF.RTI5EMEKTS. ' fn.vGEiOLE »T PiEisrui. £,« «¦ ( 7V"Sy "ap "- .,,i J iSJ.fl I Sx montlis. Si JAM ' iiJW One year. 35,00 <T H-Ivi'tl i^nirnt? in proron'On. oi four ine mi 1'oi.misa V-""'- ~ blTc" o " f VTc es, &c. ,-r Orr: i Third V' "¦••en Market and Wood M Ki(3.)l(. )'o~lntar1^r HorsE. Water. 4lh nr.ur from Wood pt. Telern-^—Major John WilL.ck. ' "ollpqu'r. ;iisckt. Wood Witffii Fir»i and Second tar.s A. Barn-am, Trrasupr. lt«KxsrP.T Ti.'rd itrerl. neii door to Hie fc«.anfhiirrh-?. IS. Jnl.nft.in.Tira^i^r Krick. Fulfill, ' etwicii «ark.:l a'id V\ cod ^Ko diT Ma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 20 September 1842

H niGBY-'"'. 121. Corr.cr of H'ecdaxd Front 9 Streets, Pi'Lthi-rgt, hes on hand c ccmplete assortrtienlof Qurf/^vs™ sniteji lo llic ciiy o: coun'.rytiade. Al«" ' . a choice selet'.ior. efpure wh!'e and gold hand DINING ANDTEAWAKE. in largs or iara'! st-u, or separate nicres to Fcit f-jrriiaserf. - i A cask of 4£, 60, oi 84 piece tots, ^nperiiljr paintai aci i-'.l DasiMi C'.iif-i 'i^B arc ll -.ery luw prices. i Toy Ta»u<e. r.'.<i'i5 s.^i .'Sri fainted and gtH, from 1,00 in |i5iK> r-=* '"•'• Children' * S!«»s of cv-itf tiescriplion. While Chins Slrav:n» i.Iurs. Granite Dinin: i>d Tes Services, in white and with splendid American sceoery printed ia bWe and Mack. A lar=e variety cf SteamioaiDiningaiid Breakfast StI5, imported to nrairh. complete, Fire Proof stone baking plates and dishes, from tbe Derbyshire Poiie»i**s. Flint andfirefn Glass, ln all their varieties. Window Glass, ofevrry sir.e-Patrn' Puckels. Tcfcs and Krelers. Ssone Pirw lifads-^e. lire. *...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 20 September 1842

^e^ ; PITTSBCBGH £ CLEVELAND A__^V. LINE. r fjrj-'J^a tey 5tp>h PACKET HJCHIG*K, ^^^S^^S IT- B. BOIES, Muter. RD. XS daily (^ondavs exeepted,) between PITTS. BUSGB ij- BEAVtE. leavin; Beaver al 8 A. M. and Piil«l>ur»h a* 2 P M provi<ttd icitK Eraiu'l Safe ty Guard u preoe't Eiplosiox cf Bailers. I Tins splendid and fast raaoini Steam Boat has fast oeen comple; ed espressly for this trade, aud il'.bs in otwedion will* CLJRKE 4- Ct* Pjttstttrfk **d CUveUnd LirM ,/ FBEIGBTJiA'D PJISSJGE BOATS- dail y ,, C*«7e/ttm£, Oiio. Or down the Ohio canal lo »las-ilon, (ft. B- .idErie Ex. tension Line toGreenvi'.Je. The Canal Boats of i bis Line are lotvp,) loandfroai Piltsiiursb direct, and tbe basinets conducted <.n the rrKHl prompt and economical system. Having bconnection wfl Ii i he Pennsylvania a | Lines lo Phiiarlelohiaand Baltimorr, and &¦!*•.£n^ixiais running dc\.'r. the Ohio river, n!so,.tbrouih? oor Agents at Cleveland, with C. M. Reed's SieambopVsa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 20 September 1842

jd^MBJE " ¦ PUtttmrgk mmi*Bmcr Pmcktt ; -aBS5wiWBfl0 m CSST^S^RS>, : tgWf^WHB^ry SJOFL. REJtPBILL. M^ttr. HAS commenced her regillar trips, and «iBWjMMt«ily (Soodays eicepted ) 1h»t«s Beawr«Bk 0' clock A. M., leaves Pillshar»b jfa2 oSgtacfc P. U. toaneels at Beaver wilk-tlie *^ Penntql-ooma and Ohio Line of Freight and Packet Canal boats bet ween Beaver, and Cleveland Ohio, and Greenville, Pennsylvania. Leaves Beaver daily at 6 o'clock P. M. This lioe connects «vuli two diily lines on tbe Pencsylvania canal toPbifadelphia, and With tiie Kew York and Ohio line oil Ibe Erie canal, and Sew Tori: anJ Ohio line and Oblo canal,also with sierra fre*? hl and passage1 ' boats, brigs and ^choosers, on the Lakes. Tbe' proprietors of Ibis well known line will be prepared on Ibe opening of navijalion to transport merchan-Hieto any of tbe Inlermedi aleportson tbe Pennsylvania 8od Ohio, and Ohio canals; toany port on Lake Erie, and the Upper Lakes; 10 and fron New York City and Philadelph...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 20 September 1842

&6»ult ot iha Late Disgraceful VigiitT^ "The late disgraceful fight has resulted irt ihe honid death o1 one of the combatants, a yitung. man scarce 20. The Coroner waa-engaged during the whole of yesterday in holding aa inquest, during which a post mnrtem examination was had on the "bfid y. ~ W"e have heard of no arrests save ' the engineer and prlot (if the 'SaraWga,' ihe boat which conveyed a portion of ibe friends of the combatants to the spoL selected for this disgraceful &"bloody scene. i The names of those arrested are Eliaa Kingston and Cornelius Dodge. They are now confined, in the City Prison, by tlrreitjon of tfie Coroner. The fight took •place in a valley between Hastings and Y'jnkers, in Wesi Chester County, about 21 ijiile.-J from this cily. The testimony taken at iheiuguest wegivo below. The mag-SitratP* and police officers are on the alert, -inrt.we learn it »3 their determination to ar-^esf all who were engaged iu thia affair, Mr, ,Wm. W. McCoy, bei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 20 September 1842

NBSKf *O*KTaAR^l AgHte —Since oar last, awT^l weh kind have been takeu.p " l8o i Pearls ,t f5,62i. n 7 Pois «t J Fwcb—There is no eW* in I contfiiw j»nf qwotaUons *t %a\,?*« common to-pood brands of c,7, ' | '»1 n P ' Chonteau, Jr., har^T^l Draft, drawn by P. Chnt.,^,^ Lonw, on tr«e-Aine ficaB pur 'e r -*i paid by iiira at maturity Tho f**l Company, it is antiefpaterf, w.ii""^ SVl ' ¦ -«•>°"««d main * »* of funds locked up. VVe hoL SlSI oporaton again. ^•'il Pose's "OASBoriiD ^ eli^TT1 ^^^115 ^ colds.and consun.ollon. -cnL:,, ''a(o t«il Agency, 86 Fouril, SUe «t ^ " ^^1 J.sss?? «.. Husk and Straw »in^">« orders rxecatei wi(hncatnt ss7/> " « dating terms, S "and d« »Mleh , J William LiRiMKE, ]r "—-— -J s^^^ S^ the GQTCrflmMl_^vm 7n r " *• ordinal Works, and r..ro,Vr^ri lIOr,,'"e «'« M pnhlicaate. at ih, lUrmZ7' r '!"" rewllll »l rhlllidelpl.1,,0,, W),,P l 'S flr 'la "^. I- ] nexl, at 10 o'clorJ,,,. « 1 r ,, " ^d: '^ at 1 the Pommon^uV;^8 follow ^S»»*.J 3750 9)1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 20 September 1842

FOR THE MOKKIHG POST. Reply to the ' Gaze|te » and 'American. ' Messrs Editors: I did not sec the Grazetle and American of yesterday in due time, to pay my respects through yoMr paper of to-day, to Mr. While and Mr. Biddle. In attempting to repel the charge of Locofocoism, brought against me by Mr. White, I feel I am treading on very iosecuie and ticklish ground. To enter the lists, single handed, againat two ab'e and experienced editors, is enough, you will admit, to intimidate an obscute and unpretending individual. I mual j fiereforn, studiously avoid, in the prosecution of my defence, ihe use of language, which mi^lrt add the 'Post' to the present number of my learned and talented opponents. 'Will you promise, Messrs. Editors, in tliK ,true spirit of c-hivul. -y, to lake no part in the unequal contest, now in progress, whilst I disclaim, for the gratification of Mr. Whit-, any, even the slightest, connexion wHIi Locoficoism? In order that there may bu 'no mistake' aboul my pos...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 20 September 1842

4 : mme mG*m. j .' ^ " iBfew Boat. We were yesterday on board a new steim boat owned by the Messrs. Hajtna, of t;niB cily, which, <»o for as we are capa--blej of judging, w« considet a moat ex-' celfent craft. The hull was built by Mr. S.VPaiker, of Elizabeth, and isjfke all jobs frojm his yard—perfect. The carpenter wcjik is by Mr. Mason, and the Engine is fiojm the shop of Messrs. Stackhouse & Nelson. These gentlemen have introduced a new,fixture in the Engine of this bp|ti cdftetim*' -Balance Valve" whicb, it ir supposed by competent judges, will add m^ich to its power; I The Boat is A26 feet on deck; 20 feet bepm; IS feet floor, and 3j feet hold,— Slje is jnlended for the Allegheny trade,— a trade which. witbin the last few years, has become quite important—and will be ready for operation in a week or ten days.— The owners are practical steamboat meii, I i arid their expeiience in the business has enabled them to turn ont a boat, which cannot be excelled in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 20 September 1842

The Insolence of Olbte. We subjuin, from the Phila. Times, an| arcount of an outrage perpPtratcd by the federal whig Postmaster of Philadelphia and his underlings, upon an inoffensive young' man, whose place they probably wanted fur some supple tool of their own. If anything could add to the revolting character of tbe affair, it is the fact, that the young man is tbe soJe dependence of. a widowed motber'Snda sister, andthat his only care is to maintain them decentVy and comfortably. The reflection that be rendereJ a helpless family entirely destitute, no doubt gave great zest to the exercise of tyranny by the Philadelphia Postmaster. Pax3on, we are told, is not without friends, who have alieady taken measures to have tbe matter properly represented at Washington. We can but hope that the postmaster will be promplly.stripped of the authority with wi.ich he is invested, and be thrust fiom tbe place he has 'disgraced.— If Mr. ! Tyler is the mam..he ought to be, the complaint of the p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 20 September 1842

DAILY MORNING POST. <*!»¦ PHILLIPS t; VIM. B. BM1TU,KDITOR8 4ND PHOPHIKTOKS. PlTTSBURGfr, TJJESDA.Y, SEPT. 20, I842 " .< See First Page. Extra Pay—Mr. Lightner—Tariff. The Gazelle lately rebuked us for the manner in which we published a vole that was taktrn on a resolution c«/inect"d with the Tariffquestion, and coni|ilatned that it was a misrepresentation; o' Mr. Lightfler's course on the Tarig". The 6a» z^ .lte Btstiid th»t Mi'.""Li*hl<ier was absent, attendin? u> private business. Awing tho whole of the extci session, $ th's being the fact.it denounced our noiice of lii» conduct as a "falsehood." The Gazette's statement was the first certain knowledge we h.id of .Mr. T,'s neglect oi ' il u'y, and on referinjr to the j'vur nal ive find the fact corroborated IJ-jt tit is is not *ht worst o( it; Mr. Lightner not only neglectaH his duly, during the whole of th« eslrLBes i n, hut, as we lettfn !>f>m the "Key. stone" , actually DEMANDED A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 20 September 1842

(£o«tmcinaimU)g. BvL.TlMOatl MARKETS. FLOUPl.—Sales of about 1000 barrels of How ard Street Flour of good standard b ' rands were made from stores yesterday at. §4,12J. We-are not advised of any sales to-day. Buyers arc offering 84 pretty freely, bat holders rfefuse lo «fell|belo* 84, 12J. The receipt pricej»*4. - There ha» been a feir demand for (Sty Mills Floni. Yesterady and to-day about 3000 bbis. wer« sold at 44 cssb.i • ..- . ¦ ; 5CJie stock of Soequehannt iavery light—Limitejtl sales at 4,12.1. « , ' ¦ ' 6HAIN.—Tiie niarket for wheat has been Very unsettled to-day, and thoogh we do not alter oor quotation. " , prices aTe evidently tending downwaros. Sales oi good Io prime Md. red VVheats were mad&jeslerday and Ibis morning aViOoSO cents, antfgBther descriptions lower as in quality. Later inlro^ay purchasers declined paying the rates which had prevailed in the morning. A cargo of fair Virginia wr>ite Wheat was sold .today at 80 cents, and a cargo 6f fair...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 20 September 1842

It is a very surprising fact that President Tyler still holds on to tb.9 executive office, after what has been done to get him o. ut. A petition was got up in this place and extensively signed,requesting him to resign his office, and unaccountable as it is may seen, he had not complied with the request, at the latest dates! Such contumacy is abominable,or a? we are told one of the signers declared, " most tolerable asd not to be endured." There is but one way left to get Mr. Tyler out of the place the whigs took such vile means to secure for him; and that is to send a committee on to Wash* tngton, to represent to him how very wrong it.ia for him to hold on; and how much better it would be for him to let Mr.. Mangum be President. Such a committee, it will be borne in mind, tvas once sent on from this city, to lecture Geji. Jackson.— Isaac Lightner, (Extra pay Lightner) was upon if, we believe. came home and read a long report on the matter in the Court House to the people who had...

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