ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Daily Morning Post Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 243,049 items from Daily Morning Post, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
243,049 results
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

New Water Works. The workmen are getting along well. It will not be a great while till it will be in operation—It will be only second to Croton,wben finished, and we presume, our citizens, not to be outdone by 'he Gothamites, wul have a jollification. U* We should like to know what Elder Page has to say for Joe Smith no-m. Drowned.—A lad of about ten years of oge was drowned yesterday afternoon, in the Munongaliela river, near the outlet Lock of the Pensylvania Canal. His body has been recovered. Byrhe Washingtoniana obtained 320 signatures fo their pledge at the late Camp Meeting, a> we learn from the Ctristian Advocate.^ They were gained by the exertions of Williams, Pralt, Asbbridge, Taylor, and a few other indefatigable tetotallers. ETPotatoes, Applet, Hat /, Qati, and almost ev. ery other article of country produce, can he had from boots at the wharfs of both rivers, and at the Canal Basin. O*Tbe steamboats on the Allegheny have hard tugging to get up;but they come...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

Vermont Election* The Boston Post of the 10th says it hss returns from 146 towns which gives Smilie 17,297. Paine, 18940, Williams (abolition) and scattering. 1209, In the 121 sowus which we have been able to compare the . vole of 1841 with that of 1842, there is an increase in the Democratic vote of 1,199; in the whig vote of 2,189; and in the abolition vote a decease of 666. The abolitionwu who had not voted for the third party candidate have generally gone for Paine, which accounts for his increase over 5,he; democratic candidate. In the 121 towns referred to, his gain since last year is 1,656. Last year, he wanted 1,232 Votes ttjiBilect him- In the pans of the State tolbe' heard from he will run no bet' ter than be dii last year, and, consequently, if he is elected by the people, it must be by a yery small majority. It is possible #iat there is no choice. I We have returns of the Representativea |olected|\n 187 towns, in which jtfiete have ibeen gaiss and losses on both ...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

from Mexico" . The New" Orleans Uourier lnrntshes a few additional items of news brought by the Wm. Penn.from Tampico. More than 100 Mexican and Spanish seamerj had been pressed aCTampico, and sent 10 rnana-sleamtyr which arrived aiVera Cruz from England about the 19th uU. About 800 troops marched from Tarapico for Metamoras ten days previous. The Win. Penn was chased, bat not overhauied, by a Teziaa armed schooner on the 23d oU. There were at Taagjwco one American, three French a«d thre^Eoglish vessels. Some of the natives boasted that they would overrun Texas, and not stop till they got to Washington. ¦ Santa Anna was becoming^more popular than ever. A gentleman travelling for his health, nj et with an amiable lady to whom lie . paid his his .addresses, and was afterwards married Shortty after he addreued hia father infejra raing him that travelling certainly agreed with him, as be had already picked up a little flesh. ' •icy Those wild anr apt to take offence, we Hie mo«t...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

- ?fr y^jbg/-^ ' » A TMi^eranee ?rinntpfc. Xfte temper«oe« advooates have the f ift o£ con tinnance la a degree that mast deeply gratify their friends and confuse their enemier, if indeed, bo good a cause bb theirs can have enemies. For months past tbey have convened meetings at the corner of Rom and Second street", where Williams and others of their lecturer* have held forth wilb. great success. There is a tavern kepi oa that cofner, by a man nam8jfe]gW§&> who, for a long time was much incensed ifPatise the tern, peranjce m#n canje right unJer bis nose to attack bis calling. Oa Tuesday night, however, when Williams was lecturing, Mr. Wright caine up and signed the pledge. Great satisfaction wut manifested thereat by the tetotalHrs, and a proposition was made to buy ont the msn's stoik of liquor, -and burn it on the spot. "Come on friends,'said Williams "let's pay the'man for his liquor. Hand in your change." In a few minutes a sufficient amount was raised. and ...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

Ferry to Birmingham. There is. some little excitement just now, in Birmingham, about a Ferry Boat built by a Mt. Bell, to ply ' between that vVJlago and the city.— Mr. Bell, it is said, built the boat to run in con* nection with one owned by Capi. "Short, whr ' cb now runs between the places. It waa intended that a boat should leave each side»at the tame I time, and thus the facilities for crossing would be ¦ doubled. Some misunderstanding, however, arose ' between (he Captain and Air. B., and (hey did not j complete the arrangement. Mr. B., however, fin—, ished hia boat, and intended to ran it in opposition to Short's. But the authorities of Birmingham say that Capt. Short must have all the profits of this business, as lie had all the risk in the beginning I and refuse to let Mr. Bell land within tha limits ! of their corporation. Certain of our city magj nates and many other persons, it is said, started ! in Bell's boat the other day to fix the matter, but their landing was ...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

FALL ARRANGEM EST^j^Jn^, .J ¦ Transportation Lht „ pkiUi.tbH. !9 more. For Transporting Mmiuiiu,, ' .j?l burgh, via Tide Hater and Pandit,*, c±M CoifDDOTID 3TRICTLT OS SlSBjii 1»2 7|fl| Pkincipies. v Theslijck of this Line coi^isu of ihe a«i||^ Cars, Metal Roofs, ami N«w O^ckeilTiJt ^jB commanded by solmr awl experiencedUapUtaW Merchanlsliy this Line arc cnaliW 10 Jl Goods shinned aseheap, and ividi jg tmttli^B by any olhcr Line. One Boat will leaveiliiM lirst ivharf above Race street, on Hie Delimfl of a Steam Boat, which is kept eiprtsilr f^ " pose. ¦ The Proprietors will give iheir iho!ci'iJ respectfully invite Weslern Mnrchanta 10 n cull, as they wit) find 11 niurii 10 Iheiradvtnii All goods consigned Billnar. If Kti,% wise or via Oe(aware«nd RariianCanal, «j eii ailhn.ir vv^reliousfi.Pirn Whaif ahn v* t PtJjJpelnhia, where goods can he pnl dirwli Vessel into the Boats without additional fcuj pense. H1LMAN I; KEISER, } ¦ ¦ from Philad. to Holidayshurg. I ¦>' H. L. PATTE...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

Passage of the Tariff Bill. ' We publish Ihis morning from the Madisonian of the 9tb, a letter of the Hon. Caleb Cushinq, giving a history of the passage of the Tariff Bijl. Oa a perusal of ihe letter tho public will perceive that Ihe bonorjof procuring its passage h due to the efforts of the Hon. W. W. lawis, if it had not Oeen for his perseverance in this matter, it is doubtful whether any Tariff would'have been a" dopted at Ihe late Session. Although we differ with Mr. Irwin on many political questions, we ' eel inclined to give him all the ptaise to which hi is entitled, when he supports correct measures; and we do so more readily in this case, from the knowledge that efforts are making by sums to transfer Ihe honor that is justly due to him on the Tariff question, to another, whose exertions wero of comparatively smaU importance when compa* red with those made by Mr. Irwin.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

=^*«*^g J^J° ^ iiij^ _, \ ARfeiyia 2 * ^ Cleve^^]O[emJhiU ,Bev»e, M>cb!g «, ,Boi«, £* > sssafesa,. t BEPAftTEfii * ^ Mlchist»», Boies, B^ver Sl Alt,HB mphU1 <Be ^. ueito, Alton, BcownsviU. Orpheus Bailey, Coai^ie Bndgew«jet,Eboert , WWr fojvrt ^poring U <kpa».^y. Monlexonia. Maine, Peall ope, q1 ^^ Rates or ,8nHt»oAx ~ nt1aBT „ For Cincinnati— 15 „„,iT ">i Louhvilk aa"".^'* StLeui* 37j „ ' tKukville 57 ' „ * • ICTP / ioe of freight olTthe AIW ]in <> 50 eenb per hundre-,. p^Jfc Deck .$1,50.. p «««|6^

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

BLANKETS.—Just recetwd^rf «1»^ Wood Street, 300 Ijafr^of BVa»VLiMltiil 16-4 SbperfineMerino vVool, a splenJM \m 12-4,Il-4,104,4-9-4,puffield. 1 12 4.10 4.9 4, ^-8 4, Whiting. 1 12-4,104; 9 4^- 8-4 MacKlnaw. ¦ all ofwhich will be sold at tire very lowest C» sep.13-3t R, Av BATJBMAS^ CARPETS FOR SALE.—Xust receivdfti Manarar.ni res, and 10 be suldat pritt* it ihanai any oilier place West , rathe Mo" 30 pieces -4^ Pine Ingrain Ci.rp££> 15 •• " Superfine" " T 10 ¦• Venitfan glair" 100 Splt-ndid Wilion Rogs. :;, 50Door Mat*, sep 13—3t U. A.BAtJSMAS.* CLOCKS.—Just received and for Sale. 50Sopetio< Brass Clocks, Warrant ¦ SO Wood " pep 13—3t R. A. BAUSM j VNjI A SSIGNEES' SALEOP REAL ESTATE, TION-—On Saturday, l?Jft Inslani. «t 3 JH. I will selj, by order ofibe Assignee, o» U tile following described properly, viz; A J* 32 feet front by abont 100 feet <le«p, vrW^ frame building on it, used now »i anocWJ talningagood Stem Engine and Gearing,TJ Saws anil Drums, siiuaie...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

T\TOTrCB TO CKEDtTORS.-Ta*e ?Z IU bave applied 10 ibe Judges of ihe' j " , mon Pleas or Venango county, for ihe who" , made for ihe relief of liwolveni Debtors; >JJ have appointed iltofourth Monday of ^"'^ hearing of me and my creditors, at the ©¦ the Borough of Franklin—when and »«" j lend, ITyou think proper, and * bow <*•* have, " why I siroulduol be discharged. w iepi3-at yntJJ**Ji HD. SEXLERa. M. D., office and dare"1 * « near Ferry street. -" STOLEN , from tbe shopoftbflW'*' ^ slrer t, tojueilme Int week,» Palr ^ hair catting. They are Bearir' erqiu'** ^ very slink. Ii is atfppoKdUie th(ef«>" ^ io the city: I w»lti«y tteparelwser any ^ tf- ' de will bring tbefoto ow. tep 13-31. , I

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

Thorn's TeaJierrf Tooth Wash. fn noticing this article a week or two since, we said that a. Philadelphia drugreis! had bought a large supply. Not content with part of the profits of Mr. Thorn's invention, some of the druggists of that city have since started a preparation which ihey^fellTeaberry Tootll'Wash, doubtless in imitation of Thorn's. The humbug must fall, however, tor ihe Pittsburgh invention cannot be rivalled successfully.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

LAU tSS1 FASHIONABLE SHOE mM Ptftb etrest, one dtor frem I hi «»•¦ Bttctmosfer—The subscriber, reapedfnVisSB Ladies of J/iiisbnrah and vicinity lliat *>«¦ fscturin; a splendid assortment or all kVin Miss's, and CbildrensFall and Winter BOosS be eoid al " ¦ REDUCED PRICES FOR j He will also make to order any kind of Fan!; may be wanted; which will be made in Una style, and shortest noHce. Ladies wopli do well to call and lrya pjti as Mie suliscriber feels confident that he cut wilh an article superior to anything now * IN THIS CITY. ->.J.C.B No 8 Fiflli street, next door Io " Barrel Office, and two doors from Market street, sen 15—3t ¦

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

Beat it who can. Daniel M'JCinney, " who cultivates the grounds of H. Childs, Esq. in Reserve JTownship, brought to our office a head of Cabbage of monstrous dimensions. It measured 41 inches in circumference, and weighed 21 lbs. 7 oz! It was very firm aDd compact, and seemed to be a first rate vegetable in all respects. Mr. M'Kinnay sells others of the same family at his stall in the market.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

STRAY COW.—Came to the prenii«so''J 1 ker. living in Oblo Towneliip, neariM'J the 1st of June, n small red eow. witb '•'Tl right ear,ft bich seem to ba»ebeen m«* *™ She is hipped ot> the right sid«.and vnt\n"' up. The owner is desired to enme for""J properly. . WB. Wr scp 14- 3t T (\f\H "Da , KY. LEAP TOBACCO-*J JLUU tor tale by }.G .*A»J •eplS. s KoJ^° CJPGAft AND MOLASSES.-60 h"*"^ C3 25 bbls.do.tfo., 100 do. Plantal^" *. sale by J-G *iS sepl3 No. «^

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

rg^OBACCO AT AVCTIOS.—Will l»»l M man's Commercial auction Rooms, ltd on Thursday,Sept. 15lh, al i o'clock P W, serve, 25 boxes of tonacro,consisting of 2 Boxes Walkins 12s 5 do Bfasley ]6s I 4 do KitdtTS Sa . . I 41 io Sihtvy'j. pounds I Si do WalterBcott do f \ 2 do Sublclt do I 1 do Henry do I i (io Hancock 32s I The otiention of dealer! inihewtieftfral sep 14—2r • ' B A BAUSSua; M

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

mm mwm pffffE* ¦not raimri if v/u. a. miTH,iunTo*» ' .*»t! Moife«jrb«s. PITTSBURGH, TBUR8PAY, BEPT.JjU842. ,, See First Page. I jM^i^^^to^^MM^Ha^M^^^HM^M^Ha^BN^n

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

r ^OW g k8 P CGGY AT AUCTtON^TT^Sa nearly new. " T «*ti>*mi9 ^ sen15-3u J B~GpTBi - " ' >X, ' ^^^r^^-Jwj

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

F¥H)E subscriber, about closing his bnriiw JL gives notice Io all Ihose having cluiw.! them for .s ettlement, and Iho'e indcl'ioJUM^ ale payment, as Ibe business must In. ekjsi H DAVIDCinfl sep 15—3t , ,V X«.itiJ

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

| A HATOSAL REMPDT Ante* to m» ^» -^ '-"* i Ka«t *»»ehsrow.SB,ntt»5^^l ^3r *|, W* ihererbre belter ada^rfll ^^^MnSftSt ¦edWne eoneoeied Tnm fore%» *4^wS5rZj eSr&^ T"0 ?^ •¦* • ¦» ^KiSKr^ etabie Hft are foo« IM anon i be principle, that Um ha. man body is in tmib st*,,* „ »., ,„ Bfa^^JJe^ raptlmnon.aitd >hat «H ¦edfci.e eWttteaSewl on JfturmJ PrHuirm »• Ch*««{>r ami l^HfUui tit «rf,.it will be manile« tba, ir,|*eonwWiSilSf IS entirelyexhaimnl-aipcnT ewreBee in rbtirnseaeratafei lodirecihiM is .heolwely certain todrive away <kM ofevery nn from Ibe body ... 1 *" *frt* «o «*iorc«Bwa«p or Mom* «• ft,. Lilly, we drain It *ftbe •sperahundaat walerr: U Mt manner ir we wish faUN the body id beaho fee Mm Cleanse iiof impurity. • ^^ i..1 ^*4 ?.? tiXn ' r <t*«uPiiU wlrl W fcani OM>«f »h* tort . If not the »erj best Medfelne in tne worUfiW* ea'rring oht tke Gr««J fnifia* Pnt*Mt», tecmn* U*y expel from the body airmorbU hntoorTibe eVSTif dbease. In an ...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 15 September 1842

¦tor w,^ < *"*«< P» S-eamboat ^M ' 1 ¦ G. Sc A. GORDON, ^E *°- U. Water street. pBD OIL, roTsaiTb^ — B- A - FAa .SESTOCK Jj. CO ^^^Qfgb ^ Ag^. BAPEBSGermantow n Lamp Blacy ff,r _. > B. A. FA nNESTOCK> co ^L __ comer of 6th and Wood as. ^m Prepared Chalk, for sale by " H B, A. FAHNE8TOCK * CO , ^R. corner of 6lfa and Wood Ms . ^fcio.-?Cn ' thed and «>Bifort»ble twosto fc^;:-----^- |-IWO pounder ;»ns <he 15lh Ha) fejly two pounder fhot J next. L,!,m'js! slate distinctly tire «« per Ion , »; Kandredand forli- pound*), for the en-.». and ponnd for Ibe shot and »helb, deliverable as K be sul.ject to, and tiniferfO ^och proof and inlh(?Bareau may to'" proper to auibonzf: ¦rid he paid for tb;it shall not pass sucil in. j may he enlirely ja'isfaelory. Ji ll, ncn approved sor-ilef, will ne required in lee'imated anionnl nf iherontraet. and i<-n ofthe am-mul of aiM.ill? ivill he rfiained a-= ecurily fortlie ftitlifnl performanre th-renr. he...

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