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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

Times in St. Louis,—The Mound City oft ho 22d instant, says:—'We are glad to see an evident improvement in business during the past few days. Our Levee has presented a greater scene of activity than had been the case for some time pagt. The fall ciop is coming forward, and shipments are made as fast as the means and the demands will justify.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

d/ ^Two young men of the name pf Forrest, brothers, both boatmen, belonging lo St. Louis, a couple of weeks since, had a fight near Guilford, 111, in which one was worsted, who, to be avenged, sought a gun to take his brother's life; but, finding none, he. returned, seized an Jaxe, and with one savage blow severed his arm from bis shoulder!

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

. The intelligence from Mexico gives good reason to believe that Santa Anna is seriously bent on warlike operations upon a comprehensive scale. His intentions are involved in mystery, however. Fifty thousand men it is said ire already under arras and further augmentations are making in military force. The navy is undergoing a reorganization; and is strengthened by the addition of several ships and eteamtra. This preparation is ostensibly ia reconquer Texas It wiuU be »in« go!»r iftb ' e re»i object waa war with the United State*. —t f.O.Afe,

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

O° Bjtnefiit of our pretent system oj Bank »nj.—There are at the present titiie in eighteen slaf.es ot the Union, upwards of $190,000,000 ofbaxikin{f capital wholly inconvettjible into spe» ciejwe stagger under debU to Ug am aunt of $200,-000,000; we hive «unk by the «nkit g system, ac cording!t» »hpreport.of ti»^ Treiiuiy, the trifling sum of 1305,461,467} So much foi the blessing* flftha bankib?proileget!

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

The Troy (>. Y}iron and Nail . W^kjr^fi-Vi gain in «perati<Ki&nd tbe Troy ,%Vfii g^iji^a ^ Jh a ' under the new Tariff, the business will soon be in quite a flourishing state. We hope so, and llral tho profits may not only afford the proprietors a good recompense, but enable them to give their work:nen "two dollars a day and roast beef," as wa.3 promised in 1840. ,.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

N. Y. MARKETS—Sept. 9. Flour—is down again; sales of Genneasee today at $4 62' Troy and other description* in proportion. Grain—A sale of York River Wheat, abont 1500 bushels was made to day at about 80 ct«, A»be« ate down; (ales of Pots at 5 3? and Pearls 5 75. Cbtwb—The market ia quite moderate; tales with oo alteration" in price.—JV. JF. Exprett. -

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

0^7» Steam Boat Sunk .—The Queeii of the South on her upward trip from New Orleans, wns lost on Ihe Si inst.jnCow Island chute, fi'teen mites below Momphi' . Her carg>, 10Q0 bags of coffee, tog :(iher with ths bo^t and her ^ppurtonancea, except ihe engine and cabin jfaraiture, will bj a total loss. ,

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

People should'nt usj Camphine Lamps, or if t hey do they should be more careful with tbera. We scarcely open a paper without seeing an account of some accident occurring from them.— Throw them t>side, and try the lard oil, or the pure lard as it is now in successful use in this city.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

JKF TTtieving Sena' ors-—It is sa: d that the copy of the Treaty which wan published fifst in the N. Y. Courier and Enquirer was stolen from the files ofthe Senate by a member of that Ijiody. and 1 given to Webb for publication. Who i=) the thiuf?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

mm ummm$^ t«i. pbilups 4- wm. H. ' . sirrrB,»ph»»burp namxtaif. PITTSBURGH, WEONfeSDAY, .SEPT. r|pf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

VRRY PROBABLE.—The whig papers say that a meeting of 10,000 whig3 was recently held in the Court House atCarlhage Ohio. Tnat Carthage Court House must be a good 517.3d building to hold 10,000 enthusiastic whigs.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

fjjT^During a concert at theOdeon, at Boston, the ladies' dressing room in the second story, was robbed of between twenty and thirty valuable shawls and scarfs.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

A seizure ol 140 volumes of obscene books with prints of similar character was made in Boston on Mondiy the 5th. The owners wire taken into custody.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

Al Norwalk, Conn., there have been six cases of small pox and three deaths, but no recent cases have occurred.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

4 SATCRAU REMEDY »-•»-» " rjr r/nrtifiim £*. —i umptUmt t. U» or, if «if ^Sft Dtrntc »U *«/mm<<i( fTBlBUrs IXBtMt VKA »«t/ { »;-.Tfce« extmoMtowy ttlta^TSiSiSStt taul whteb grow, sponUManly «¦ oar OTrm*«H >ai are <berefore better ailapied m oar tmitoBjie*. lW i»«JW« eontoctU rrcm forelpi Kny^ hwii. »eW ibe .v way be comnonnded, and, as WrWhIV I«4in «^ etabte P11Uare footed Opo. the prlutlpte Itav tfc. i^ man body is in Iroth Sfcij.rf to »«f ««« Oi,r«tvix:eWrnptnaoiors.aM ibat tatd «earcl»e tsrea thta dbeww on Jftturul Prindflt *y CLnrimg mi-pm(film* tit «#rff.ii willbe manifest that if MneoMttallas M ¦£« eiuirelyexha»sted—a-vcrseveresee: in tbclr«seaeciMB« io directions is absotatety certain to drive a»ay item oTetrery vane from Ibe body. ¦ -.:¦ .. «Vben.we wish to redore ' a 6wa«i|i or Monsa t»^fijr. Iflity,- we drain it ofine wperakuadaat walert; ia TUre manner if we wish reMore th« ba<y to be«1tb we an** cleanTCitof Imparity. ,. ' »n>w&...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

jmasr«flBais 5i woaU^»stres)r i«TW»^1>ftriav(hV 1MMic.tfaat be a« aaaeWKof thea>eWt*a>atutirni«icav«jr*l> medklr* e»e» toowii. u4 «ki« win be rtfarded befeafrer a* Forming aa epocb U Hie art «f beating. Alter an anloos apiriieatkm of year*, amAnei by ibe nestaMediealwriiera,a*diael^lKsereinenmee, dratan from * widely eKie«dedV*eIi«>, tie ba» InvealeJ* pi:l«, easy in aneratlou, yet«o powerful iaeffrci. s*s>A-in n-r. aadvetsdtlHH-DHgl) inerapeimiek InqaaMv.thai it win radically cote nearly allthose.disease! 10 »b<rR Itoannliy is heir. The medtctnets so nicely proptfrlmned—ii component iBgrcdhnenls are«o accuratelt ailja^im .thiit ii opcralesupon toeorgans, parts,ani vesseW of Ihc «ysteoi with powerful"efficacy. ; ¦ ,-¦;";¦ .: It blllion*di»ordeT*il»«ff«ll. wonderlul. I« removes ¦ he vitiated and acid bivs, pramole>a Itealihy i^cretina, andsooo restores that aH important viscaj to 3 namrat condition, aad wholesome activity. Inro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

|| ^^ tJ ^pj ^^-^B ,t ,_M1 ^ >«aa»sssssssssssssssssaj iM)Ba^^Ma»»» I CQR» KT«l>l»AU.r, XT AL1J» MtXMn. tXCBAHBX B«OKa«. PESSSYLYA&/A. Wooatef. . 2 Bank ofPHlsborgh. par Maasiloa, 2 Hercb. 4-Man. bk. par Sandaiky, 2 Exchange, bank, par Geaoga, i ^ Bk of Germantown •¦ Norwal*. - Easlon lank, " Xenla, 2 Lancaster bank, dis 3 Dayton, 2 j BankofCheslerCo. par Sciolo, i Farmers'bk Bucks Co. - Post notes, j - Doylestownbk do » CbHIictUhe, ] 10 Bk of S America Phil. •» Fran.VkColnmbus. 6 Bkof Northern Ltl«tlies,'-Lancaster, : , 10 i Commercial bk. of Pa. - Hamilton, : j 40 Far. 4- Mechanics bk. • GranviHe. : i &0 Kensington bk. " Com. bk. Lake Eri^, 40 | Philadelphia bk. " Far. bk: of Canton,' 50 ; Schuylkill bk. ""''^ INDIANA' i V ^:^- ' ista.e ^^e, , . 3 i ..ofPennsylv,,,. ( | -^W kt . ^ rd^^"^"1 "1 .^'^- "I . -if 3,(a;e bk 4 Brancues, bJ Movameimnj lik. IJMae ' .. \ . ¦ " i ~ 47 Shti wnci-town, to . fllrarUba-k. 4/^h.« IT. Stales bank. •» -.- ¦ - » L...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

DR. JOHN WESTON'S Indian Specific. A certain cure for Dysentery, Bloody riBjr.Chu'era Morhns, Summer Compl.iinl.anrlan disordent of Ihe towel*. Perfnrmini a perfect cure lh one or m-o days. Millions have died with the dysentery, Summer Complaints, and oilier disorders of the bowe s. from Ihr wrone treatment and improper medicines m.ideii«eof hy Physicians and others in aitempting 10 core. Tlie articles this me 'icine i« composed of, were u«ed in the first place among the Indians, and has never failed in a single instance, in ef f cling a cure for any disorder of the bowels, in vouni or old. As il exceeds any thing ever discovered, every mother should bave it ronoianlly by her, and should extend Ihe knowledge 6( it as far as lays in her power, and by this mrans save the lives of thousand.-, who would otherwise die if they knew not of this medicine. It isfl positive cure for any disorder of the bo»el>pvpn in Ihe youniesl Child ins perfrc'ly safe, nan* very plrgsant and never ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

;M JAHE8 A. VEAZtV, *******rlgS^'^j JlerfkaMt, A«ei t tot Steaabezt CtereJw4 «*j PennsylvantaaodObi ? tine. Ba*i«s '««e * «»Jni 2: bouse formeriyoe-Swh, Blrmiigbam * Co.j8c.60 Wjler Woeet, between Wood «nd SmitbBetd,» prepare* to receive and fotwarf good. Io a.jrport on Uw O«io or Missiarippi riwron reisonaDlet^rais. sepJOr ! „______ I D ' i A W PAT TORSOS, Office on Smtlftfleld street,' ' near 811IU. [ *P 10 j LEASING OF W1JTER POWER.—Notice is hereby given.that al Oftawa, LaSo.lleCounty, Illinois,on Wednesday I^e 21sl day of 3epteinber nell, there will be publicly sold or leassed, for a term not exceeding ninety-nine years, for yearly ren\one or two Lou in tbe*aid town or Ottawa, laid iflTand properly sittraled for oiaonfarlurin- purposes add the use of a suitable quanlily ol water lo propel maeb|i!iery on the slid Lot or Low, the said sale being made kinder tbe provisions and Eeailttlions ofiue Law oftbjis State, apon tae subject. . Br order of tbe Bo4rdol Commissioners of tb...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 14 September 1842

f|lO THE WISE-—Ins now well understood how JL mucli tlis rr<|trs of I he mind depend for their cure upon a due nll**m»on loliic body. II is i:ow understood how valuable i> that medicine which will remove morbid accumulations u-illioii! weakening the bodily power, ll is now nmferstoori uiai there is a reciprocal influence lie. iivc-en ihe mind and the body. Ii is noiv understood thai purging wild the Brandrelh Pills iviti remove a melancholy, and even insanity is cured by persoverin«ly using them: It is now understood how mucbdomestic happiness depend*-upon tbe healthy condition of the digestive orsans. It is noiv we!l fcnown thai the Brandrelh Pill? have CHr»>il thousand' of hopclc-s and hrlplefs persons, even when the first nhvpicians had pronounced Ihem lievond all human'-nteans of relief. It is now not only well known that the Cfandretli Pills so cure ' , lint it is a 'so understood hoiv limy rure; that it is liy their purifying eflect on the btoo'1 th?l ...

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