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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

The Workingmen"»«Thelr Principles. On Monday last, for the second lime, we called upon the Working Man's Journal to make a declaration of the principles of the party of which it is th« organ; but what answer has our queries elicited? Why this—they don't get the Post!! Is this exposition satisfactory? Suppose our carrier did not leave a paper at the Journal office, does the Editor suppose he can make us bf lieve he did nr>J see ii? He states the purport of our article in his paper; he knew thai our object was to (fct some information in relation 10 the principle* contended for by the Working Man's Party, and yet he says not a single word on the subject! h not this skulking the question? We appeal to the \V0rkin2men of this counly (Farmers, Me cbanics and Laborers.) if the answer of the Journal does not appear like an attempt to conceal their principles from the . public eye? But the editor says " we will endeavor to get a paper containing the charge." We have sent a co...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

Scarology. Dr H. P- Gatchell, of Cincinnati, has arrived in this city, aqd proposes to elucidate and exhibit the surprising facts in Neurology, which were first discoveted by Dr. Buchanan, of Louisville. He has handed us a pamphlet g iving an account of Dr. B'a experiment?, which .we have not been able to peruse as yet. We were, however, present when Dr. G. made some experiments; and were at once convinced that the person upon whom he operated was a most accomplished actor, or that the science was surprising in Us results. We have little reason to suppose we were imposed upon, and consider the subject well worthy of investigation. Dr. Q. is now giving a course of private lectures in this city, and we presume he will give a course in public before he leaves.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

KFThb Cookery.—II appears from the following extract f rom a Whig piper at Savanna, Ga. that at the coming Presidential election, we will have the scenes of'40 re-enacted. "We deny that Mr. Kay or the Whigs nf Georgia, whose candidale he is, seek fur the establisl • ment of a protective tariff, out adhere to the prin> ciples of tbe C improm ise act.'' We all know that the Clay organs h?ve contsnded that he it for a "Protective Tariff." Who are we to belitve—Ihe Whig's of the ?oulh or of the North? [CTMore U'hioosry.—Senator Mangum will neither obey instructidiis;jior resiglii (i-Z'The distress in a part of Virginia is certainty very great. At Wythe, a public meetingwas called to see what was to be done, and in-Smyth County it was resolved that no person should biej for property offered for sale tn execution.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

Another Attempt to Arrest Jo. smith. W»e learu from the Q,uincy Herald that another attempt ha3 be«-n made too arrest Smith and Rockwell, which, like previous efforts, proved to bn an abortion. Writs for their arrest were placed in the hands of Messrs. King and Pitman, and on the same evening, it» company with Mr Ford and Rvo or six others, they started for Nauvoo. Notwithstanding the officers endeavored to keep the whole proceedings secret, the news of their iDteationa and errand reached. Nauroo before them; and about two hours before they arrivad there, Joe Smith had taken bis departure.'

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

33oct of aaittaftmrgf) 6 F«BT WATER IN THE CHAK3ET.. AKR1VKD. Michigan, Bo-es, IReaver, - Vijilant. Williams, Louisville, Oella, Alien, Brawnaville, • Bridgfcwater, Eibert, Wheeling, DEPARTED. ¦ Alpkie, Cockburn, Browroville, Michigan, Boies, Beaver, Lancaster, Klioefelter, Louisville.' Boat* in Port preparing to depart: HatrUburnh. Meswmget,. £„ Qayton, Cecilia, Utica. PU»t, Vigilant, N w Kawn. Fate* or Stkam* >at Fmtokv at PnrwCTaK."" Cincinnati— 15 eeirts per 100 lbo. houOxMh 3Q " " ; tilUvi* Jlt\ »- « feufoife 75 . » " - "

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

IT. S- Loan. The New York Journal of Co'timerce says:—"Men are so sure they see land. now, that some of them have even daved to offer the government par far a million and a half of the six per cent loan, onl y with the conditiou, lhat if they 80 elect," they shall be at liberty to take five millions more at the same rate a«y time within sixty days. This ofier was rejected. The prospect is, however, that the wrongs so long inflicted o.i* tbe government creditors, for want of funds in the treasury, will soon be t erminated."

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

CsetfoMENS.—There are, says the Bos-Ion Post, a great vatiety of w.htgs about now-a days. 1. Clay whigs. " 2. Tyler - whigs. 3. Webster whigs. 4. Hard Cider whivfs, t* . Temperance whigs. 6. Bank whigs. 7. Anti-Bank whigs. 8. Tariff wbigs. 9. Free Trade whigs. 10. Whigs practicable. 11. ^ Wbiga impracticable. 12. "General Apathy" whigs. 13. Scott wbigs. 14. Distribution whigs. 15. Assumption wriigs. 16. British Charter whigs. 17. Perish government whigs. 18. Abolition wWrs, or J. Q.. Adams whigs-; to which the Indiana Sentinel erlds, The Bettimwhig*.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

A new way to learn a Trade. A. lad in Btmon, about 18 years uf age, stole from a store iu Washington street, a roil of draper cloth, and then, with it under his arm, walked up and down the street, in hope of being detected, and sent to ihe House of Correction, where he understood he wbutd have to learn a trade. U.tder the circumstancea of the ^ase, and after much consultation, he was sentenced toatz mouths in the house of Correction, where be wi.l learn to be A shoe maker. / ————— O^rJt is said Ui«t ib« Aoliog Gavemor o f Rhode Island b»»Te^aerted GoJ^ewaxd: D&.N«w Yorls to p&yentForr«»t from gvin^lo Pro^dewsc TbeCftmwttU me «fraid of hi. "Ja<* Cade." J?6 wor.dcr. ffir'T he " Bxpren.—The Suffraga organ of Rhode'lslattd has been resuscitated. When King gal wind of it, he sent 9'>ine]i f bis sa'elites to tbe Editor l<i demand tbe proof sheels, to see if tbera was any thinsr treaianabtr in the raaltcr. He did not get them. Of course th...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

Clipped Coin.—The N. Y. Journal of Gommeice Bays:—"Somebody is driving a great trade at clipping and boring coin. Our beautiful new halves and quarters are rapidly subjected to this base process.— We hope the Banks vvill all reject such pieces entirely, and that tbp same course will te adopted by the community generally, or with tho alternative of four per cent, discount. Something must bu done speedily; or we shall not have a piece o ' sound coin in circulation.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

X. Orleans WUartage Tax. The authorities of New Orleans, some time since, with a view of rawing fantln-to redeem their Municapality no#», levied a tariff upon merchandize brought to lhat city by vessels, which was deemed exorbitant by the owners of ships, steamboats, - Sec—The owners of ihe ship Ohio resisted the collection of the tax* and brought the question Id ' s ConslitutiOijaJ test, which has resalted in f»*or of the- defendants.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

Rt'svmption in Vvgiaia.—The Virginia Banks Tresumed specie' payments on the 15th. The Bank of Virginia, paid out some 8500, and the Farthers Bank $400, more than they teceived in specie. The Exchange Bank pa-id out about S100, and received on deposit $50—sum total $950.— This meagre draft Was merely for tbe letail trade. Exchange on the north has come down to i and 3 per cent.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

ETA man in Bristol Md., predicts that the approaching winter will be ihe most severe one experienced formany years. He says be has .alwny* observed that when onions havei/i>« skins il is ah infallible sign that a mild winter will follow! but shoul i tbey have thick skins, prepare for a screaming roH winter. This year he says that na' ions havejfee oreu: skins—so, we «ay, /ook oui.' Every man will want five or six coats to his back. faZj-Io-wa. —The Democratic ticket completely triumphant.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

Among other interesting matters which the editor of the "Morning Herald" promises to give his readers through the columns of his paper, is a number of ficts relating to steam. The last Presidential election was carried onby the whigs steaming on thehigh pressure principle; but we (ear iKe Washingtonians have destroyed all hopes of using such a means successfully for ail time

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

See First Page. Correction.—In a communication . published in our paper the other day relative to cannon and shot manofadurfed-ct foundries oat of this city, it wais stated that \iighe per cent'. 'of the balls were rejected by tbe Inspectors of ordnance. It should hare been eighty per cent. to co<ne. - / *¦ -

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

9X£J»--OrvMondiy evening;, the 19th in«t . Col. J*4K« /omfTOKM the 85lb year of iha age. - Tijefunw^viJl U0U fSu» from the residence °tijUS< Canalt. Reheat sired, Aile^eOy (Stj j^We<li«,d", ibk^UMtv.^Bejttptmr.rt ,Jl &&?-]k ********** ««Mfcr »**t fat 11|o'clock, , . -;J A <._• - -, . -« v i - ¦ - --, " -' ^ -

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

0?*Ad eastern paper, speaking of ode of their railroads, says it is good for the surgeons and tamers. Before it was started there wss'nf. a woocjen leg in Lunku'mville, and now theie .is a matter of two dozen!

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

Tbe Widow «iflS the Btadent. At Sltgo Assizes, not long ago . a widow compromised an action for breach of prom 18644 matriaga. by paying the gentleman, a medical student, dC2.50 to abandon bis •ait,

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

Grammar. A young lady at an examination in grammar, was asked why the noun bachelor was singulai? She replied Immediately, and with much naioele: fl^cause it ia very «' agularibat tbey cJont get married.'

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

DAILT MORNIWfc PdST> >«. ruu.un $ wif.B.jaii#,uilTOM<J<l>rKorkirr«H» PITTSBURGH, TUEsB^ Y. - SEPf SO, 1842

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

. CablisH ' j Sou iu Prison* 1 A late LsmdtH) p»p«r states tnnt a <ou: of Wi)!»«rn C<^&»(r4i»B ' been an inraate vt the fleet JBjeet prison for two yefrs,

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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