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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 1 May 1847

• „ •' '' J, <: l J j b '' ' [ i ' [ ~i ' ' t ' t ' ' I ( > ; . i . . . ) '•tSUGAR COATED?' P*LLS. ' BEWARE', CA1ITl6\! mtlElnrrnanlii); popularity of I'r. G. BRNJ SMITH'S i rslPU-PVED INDIAN VKUKTAUI.K 8L'O.\ll COA^bV ES' Pfi.L^, ha& fiiiliicni ti tiunibi'r Itf persmri. to mawi* Bomothilig Ihry call pills ami coat them with eugpr, ii\ onlcr tu null '.Hnni fur tlm g«nuine' wlilla limy ilo not^ia»^ scsa a partiul.' of, ttiA youilueBs,it^rovcn|a»8iniilalu iu ap I pearancn tu tticu^-iifiiiiil. Dr. Hinith'B PiIIh In .-Imiti, Ilif* j are an Idtmnlml FR.tUD'upon thcciuiununitr. A niiiiiit«r wIid t» fltht hail mi interest ill an imit-itiuu 8ujrnr : Coatpil Fill, inanur.iclure.l in A bnny, N. V,. liai pivcn tlirfm up. as lir-*ayn im nceount i»ftlp' tninciiruliln il .i«nuili PH 'parli-n coi^urupil in iinmi ' racturiiiff thcui. 'I'hat par-! ty i* m»vv hulu>lrioii*iy cireululht/i rcpnrlt caicuinttui to mjurn Dr. Smith anil to rfiVclllii; rcpiilatinn nfhi. tMiii. ...

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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 1 May 1847

SAND'S SARSAPARILLA fohthg removal and permajsejst cure of "all, diseases arising^ fkoman ; impure states op the blood or the habit of-the system, viz: Scrofula or King's' Evil, Rhtwmltsm, Oittlnate Ciilaiifoii* Rt&pliovs, Pimples or Pualiiles on tht Face, IMctihis, BH<sChronic Sore Eyci, Ring Worm er T.tt r, Scatd llmd, Entirgtment and Pain of. Vie'Bones anil Joint?, ^ Stubborn Ulcers, Hy'p' jilic S'l/w y;(om«, Schlica or Lu»\(ago, and Dismies arising fiom an injudicious use of.Mcrcuri/,.'hicilrs or Dropsy, Exposure or Imprudence ' (u IJJf. .lUo. Chrtmio Constitutional Disorders. rpilK ufii-raliiu of lliis |)rcpar:illon is ihrccWJ- Itjatti X us u ionic, sirtMigthcniDg the digestivu powffniiilie-Bicrlne theuppctitc—imnd apoTlCMl^ppculiarl^Builcd ana f:(;nllo\i its laxalivi1 illPcl, anil n« an nuli«o|Jlic, purifylie the H^iils of ihu boil v, milTnciitrali^i«5Jii 111* Wood tlio amiveprrnCT|tlo of .IUca«<i Xlio m.my wrtf nuriiuntfcaleit curct of Scrofula of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 1 May 1847

u: 1 BY THE QUEEN'S PATENT. CONSUMPTION CURED—TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS OF BUCHAN'S HUNGARIAN BALSAM OP LIFE. -pHE GREAT ENGLISH UEMEi)Y for COLES, COUGHS, ASTH X N1A, and CONSUMPTION: , . r • Tti*M0ST CELEBRATED and INFALLrABLE remedy for Colds CousiR, Anlima.ir any form of POLklONARY CONSUMPTION, is ih tho HUNGARIAN BALSAM OF LIFE, discovered by Dr. Buchan o London, England; tested Cor upwards of seven year* in Great Britain am on the Continent ofEurope, uml introduced into chx* United States under tb immediate superintendence of tire invuntor. I The asionishins nucoeseol tho Hungarian Balvam, in the cure of ever form of CONSUN ' PTION, warninls I ic American- A"eni in soliciting ;" o treatmun* cno WORST, POSSIBLE Cf ASES, that can be found in the com muniiy —ca«cs;lihal seek relief in ivajn from any oflhe rommbn r«mediesn tlieiliiy. and have been iriven up by the most diatingttished Physicians a CONFIRMED ANDIiVCURABLEJ The Hungarian Balsam has cursd and w|ll cure, the MOST DESPERATE ...

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Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 1 May 1847

NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS ! . IffSSasEaj G. LOOM IS «v CO.'I, Rood .Mai3<&<d£ss3> Hoifto, lirie, liaveju« received ESaflBSaSJiiSiSan additian 10 iliei r former stocw of goods; 'wliicli inulics iln-ir assortment, very ex} teneivo, comprising a large variety of rich and fashionable JEWlii.HY . consislini ol 'limnoml, ruby, garnet, emerald, umulliyfi, atjiianWme an " cnamulled pina, diamond, rtrby und, plaint rirfi>«; gold ear rinus, guard- chains and keys, spectacles, pencil ca.»rs7brucetel.-, lockets, miniature Mll^ng, IhirnblcM, studs, 8.up- 1 , &c. " **c. , : TlME.—Ga!r)'.ni i Silver Wmcfas i)ij Itse )>altcnl le^jcr, iluplet, liwizosi'iil and coimnnit c<cttpciiKiit. ' f ccncli rrutlilc-, Cicrm 'm and, American clocks. '. ' ' ¦¦ ¦ j S1L.VKK GOODS.—Ta to, desert, lea,salt and mustard spoons, ladles, butter anil Trail'Unives, spectacleschain*, keyspencil cases ililnibles. , , Vhttd, Britannia anJt German Silver Wwt£- Tca pot...

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Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 1 May 1847

DR. WOOD'S SARSAPARILLA AND Vt'ILD CHERRY BITTERS, T For the vh-manfut enwruluf alt $><ch tUffUs'as talc thrir tisei'Htn Imyltrt Itlvod, h/tpairrttl bigntwn. J/t r^id ttti'e o/the Liver and St mach. }\' «ckuces nf the .Vrrroiw Systtr.i arid a disordered lluhil of Cms'itutinu generally % Dr. Wij.iJ » t£ir!>,ip.irill.i und \,Vil.l Ulicriy ltH-rs- liali" plrtMtly; by tlii-ir Mib-tumi.it p.tcellpnci*, won n itrprpr |>f pubiiuVivor nnd imtron-'ge. wliicli puls tticm.lioynm! ^1.^ lined of rotoniinnnif.ition. IIolllp rulkfiidv I'n-ntirrf/ ol »i.-_~->-_ii_.i ^.....,»i». .i..t '.,,,., i.,, fuiiy r,,..na«,l m uy nil iiiMlceil ofirtouii-. aperient orjillpnilnc rpnii'ilv.— Sarsnp rilln tukea u high lunk nmonj; rtnsiciaii!. and alt ollidrf. in the lit! of curative iiErrii-t>, mid i|l is t)iiK.fa< r which ha* reiltlcrci) it to-ilrxi-rvtill} popular;nv«-r nil other tnedicincs of the dny. In l)r. Woutl'&^tauilanl prcpnr itliou. His uurr'ant...

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Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 1 May 1847

DK . C gTvaUOHN'8 AbvERTlSFMSS'l ft>R IMT—Too Gscat AmkricaN KtMEor—V«u»d's Vrgrtablo I,ithontriptic Mixture. This univertnl Panucca is now lieing introduced loto Europe, the Ea>t and Wot Indiei, Buuth America und all thfsrl ports of the Ulu)>$, where dinan etiitr In any form. jTho tTmtrd Sutra mid .the Cauadds bnvc far the p3*t three years severely Sestedth"virtues which the proprletoij, upon tho introduction of thismedielnohrMt-itcdnot to iuv it poMrs ' aed. In I trodncing this GRBAT VEGHBTABLG REBIEDY Ihe moit ¦turllmf; promisee nrerb mwdeon tbe-partof the, medicine ->>oaovrl >u ibe theory—the principle-u/od which Ihe cures were to bo effected that |ieonljl throv up lheir hundsaml cried, what next! Kvpucreiluiily.Martled «¦()¦ surprile. and Ihe so callrd "Faculty" oiado Ibemteltf^s merry over lbo'*new bumtlut.*' But mark the re.' ¦tult—tho three years have'passed awey—public opinioji, Ibe voice of millions anil nnfe -of observing iu...

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Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 1 May 1847

NONE CAN BE [LIKE TlIEw. '" '- ' 1 0 0R.HR RICK'S ! ^*?? d6rd Family Mc(I, Cinool! npilf FAVpUITE IIE3IKDV ..» ° " BLWAV. TSc Mth el*' ™ « D F T«B where bt.tu^ed uuob tueie Jc.htmi. »»- .?'""« ««»rt by ciliMa. of Ihn bighcr t reipTsrubiliivVSi ** ?>»« of tbo medical prufeiiion ia *»«„ ,« ) ; i i" d Jr ¦•S5, Stilea aad Britl.h PobeuiomL cuiulc. ,h bt "''let of)h«Ck>i,qu«reraof Duitwe.f \\Z'l a?t ' *' »a. Cauadtan leatimony i> iu ilic Doctor', doi ¦ " Ku •»a " performed by th«e 9""<awnire,r,eJit,tti,r '\l'' !>fnn * eJ trtanneumrilioineJical fjlult J „ i !l!"" W»W«J rimeHic.of ' the day had b<* tV.Jd i " . : ' 1 "?" 1 ^^ DR. HERRICK'S VEGKTABLfi ' SriPAi. V COAT.ED PILLS, GAa Maybeuied with markdd »oceeii j0 tye ^ - ¦ [ quiriug a gentle and bminU iiuinu-fe •n*" "' with utnnithlnr qulckaiu jloini «nd dii*i«. '/•" b«,|, pain. and. weakinet^A.*the"brr,,f, aideVi"? •/'»1 allkiuilt of fntrt inflation or the difciVai ^"* the hiiroau body, foul l)...

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Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 1 May 1847

I IT IS| TRUE i rpriATH. CADWKLllhusju-l arrivedD «iis J. Irum Xew.York, byjtlie |-.xpnss JLine. wmilltu richest a^onment oI'Ladios Dress Gooil"lui tvasevci offered ip ihia market, un.on2 wliitb m.-iy he ijbninl ' * " 50 |>atti?Ni^prcni;h Dvlaneo. 40 do ^^J° Cashmeres,. v 1 15 i!o /Caslllions, ) < i •^ 20 do Rcp/t)flanes, ' ' ¦ I 10 dq,'Frcnuh Ribr/s, , t ' ' 1 , '10 do db Oijibree Eolienno, _ SO do Fancy Silk, ' - ' • 30 pieces Alapucn, ' . j 50 Shan !*> oT various 'styles, j 8 doz. Cravats, assoricdY\ [ 20 do Polka Combs,' | I - \V de Silk tor'MantillasI ' Co orcd Velvets anjj Satins for Bonnclls, TI read and Lace Ed girurs-, -1 Li incn and'Cotton Uibiiin\ -A rich assortment joflllibbons, Jolo and black silk •r^fj Wrinncn, ' Ki|d, Silk and. Wor!sl<| d l«lovos,. Silk, Caahinero, ^orsted'and Cotton Hose, Jaclloncil aud'Ewiss Viuslins, Cord an^ ^ Jasscls, [an I an endless variety of every ihing in ihe Dry Goods irade¥TK>on'i ' foract the place, ...

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Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 1 May 1847

WAITED-by^ Tomlinson *• Co. at 69 French Street, any quantity of Butiei. L»i».-ntied Apples, ' tic , in exchange for .Groccriej «' Cash. Cash'paid for Grain of all. kinds. r . Erie, April IB. I846-7 ' g a PAINTINGS, EJNGRAV1NGS, Uc\ Alt'l'EKift BBAVrHKB ^ are iri receipi - ofsbeamrl' uf collection of Paiminge and f"* 1 ^ vings, plain and colored, in oil 'andtaaKr. Fsjraoris of-tasie cannot fail of being pltawd wjtnihej g clectiorj. It compriseWiewBofeome onnerflysC: romamic and> picturesque pluses-in, Europe a 10 this con itry Atnone lliem are two Oil l' ain %t 3 bv.3 I -9li)«t in rich gilt frames—throne a vi « of Ttoy and the Hudson ' from Mu Ida, iho eP WLshin Soft's Head Quarters, nose Newbur •» tlie >fort S River; also. - \ ' { Views of St. Cloud, Lai s of Zurich and surrounding country Lai e of Zciig and uurrounding country / - Aaertoril View of Brussels, 1 A 1 loonlisht Vjow, » ' r-eautlful plec/r, I FoiL'st-anrTWintcr Scenes, / . Hn uin^acenes, &c, als...

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 8 May 1847

PUBLI JSHE/i EVERY SATUftDAYl BY A. P. PURLIN & B. F. SLOAN STATE ST11EET, F.WB, PA. U ' .TERMS. I, Otto copy, oneacar, in advance, SI 50 QjlicHvisc, IrtWdolUrsa year Mill invariable 1> .l u r^cd. Thcsp terms uill be fctrictly adhered i< \d». -rtidenicnts inserted lit 50 cents per sqtian ,,' lhc first in.icrlion, and 25' cents lor each s jli ^i cnl Insertion.. fob Prinliny, of all varieties, siren as HorUi ri'iliJ'iU't',, !lanrfbiUs, Show liills, duds . Stca n' t Bill. " , Blanks lor Notes, Ucceiiva. &-g. c ;c •I'ed in ihi' I"" style and on short noiico. . GRAHAM k. THOMPSON, lttorn«}« *t Counsellors at Law, OiUci: on French i»ei i. o\er S Jackson .$¦ Co's. Store, Erie. April 2 I. IS 17. . _ _ _ 4! L oOLU6TT ,SURGIWNDiiN"fl.STr :l,jp ^iiiiiiieiill > lucitfd in Uric. i.iU*ii'e m Ms tlsiilentu on tUd com ncr ofS' Vcnt'i ittitl Peril; I VU<- !•- ,. ' 15 _ T R/ ' )SKNZWEIG k ~ Co. JtilfN" in Ion i »n raid I'oincslii: Hrv Ooo In, llejl]\* Wai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 8 May 1847

BV CHARLKS J. l'KTERSON I . ,'Frtim fir iliAm's AI.i^uKin 'p . TIILOATil OFMARIONl A STORY ' lOF THE REVOLUttON ^ [Continued.] ' CHAPttli Ul. Auilllieni «. irmfu^ in hot liaito.—BtHN. The war meanwhile weitt ^ on with increased ferocity. The tide of'baltlej Svlricli at fir.-!' ran in Marlon's favor, Had now turned, and iiis.olicUiic'S Were every \v.here in llie^Bscendant. The army of Greene was iti North Carolina, occupied in. wajching Cc(fn\vallis. LorJ Kii-vuon. licld Cnmdeij wirti a strong force. AM ' the other important posts Were in the Hands of the BriiUh. Murifin, fofdhe first time disheartened, tulked of retiring behind the moiintnliis. Armed bodies of Tories, in the mean time traversed the ^country, plundering at will, and lUliginrr,-without tlie lonit form of uinu . 1, i'tiuse"or tTieir ~OriTorianute prisoners they had found in arms. ' Mr. Movvbray had long contemplated rising in favor of his country' again, and no lime seemed to him so proper as.the present, w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 8 May 1847

WrllloQ for tho IJrle Obierrei thl; lost one. i BV ARCHKTrPAt.. , Ah, why dost ihoulweep tliou desolate oho,! ¦ Him (lion ne'er thoushl on tho ,-orrow' I'lial coils lound the heart, whciUannCchco gone, ' Leases only despair for lliemorrow; Ala^! Ihon hasl noi, tliy'boisonrF deep wo Bui wakes up thy 'shamo ' nnd rearel, v . ' And Idut; shall the teSW'Al tliy sorrow ihUs flow, ¦ Ere a cold liearl«d woiltl will forget. Couldsi tljoubut *aVout ll y guilt wilii those tears, V^O '' And call haelt tli ' y virtue nsairt, And be what ihou wcjrt in happier years'. Then, then weic ' lhy weeping not vuin; But all, ihnu art weak—despair gathers round, fnaluoudiiii ihy vision ul b!is«[ And the chain of ^in in which rhoil-nrt' hound. .Will bind iti'-cl to woes worse iIilii ihTs. ¦ i 9. lb! look a! (he fiirnre—hi»v dark, lioiv drear—, (low.deep ibu aliioiii as you ntaf it, Aljf! «,lmi canBt ihou expect to meet there—Dh taunt tliLti lliiiiklund yet bear it? Flee, flee llicc away—Jiray Ueuven...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 8 May 1847

1 THJE OBSERVER. J*W"»-i> ¦ _¦<-!¦_._ _iii i-i ni-if-JV-ui-rLj-u-. i n.nnfWWiniT r ririfu-r nnniu'/. iW'V'1 1 "Tbo ,Wbrld la Seraraed too Much." ^ ^ J. J : ; "~ E R ITS, - PA. galaWtitr !>toy^l»» ' » M»r W, (847. _ " BKMOCBA*7cKlfoMlWATlori8. ' , i ronVoovhRNOR, • ' I ; FR' : S'- , RTJS+IUNK. ' ! ' , / r-fr ^N: • rhn canai. Icommissioneii, MORRjlS L^ NGSTRETH. (L7* The Hon. N. B. Eldrcd, of Harris- burgh, arrived in our city on Tuesday even- ing last and took lodging* at the Eagle "«*'• - j ' ¦; • t !¦; - • ¦ . . ([/"The Virginia election is still in doubt —the probabilities now are that theCongres- sional delegation will stand ten Democrats to five Federalists. The Legislature will'be Democratic! ^^ " 05^ Our Phil adelphia exchanges contain alixenensof Gen. Taylor. Ifit> any Jhing like a correct one, wo move that that Knife which was once presented to old Judge Burp- / side* for being the ugliest man the donor ever saw, be sent to him, forthwith. , (LT...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 8 May 1847

Vmatk ViW rrav Satitrt Jlkutt and. La Vega at, Cttta Oofdo , itcitk 14,000 men^—Geti. Tteiggf tcouting party attacked—ski rirmthingicith the encmy~-lroon»ltavirtg Verapruz—'GeneraCa Scott'and Worth on thiir tidy to join Gen-. Ticiggs-—a»ii$*ination of AmerkaiA^—| Gen. Scott's proclamation, »J-c. . - The steamship Miseiss ppi arrived at Neiv Orleans on the 22d ult., from-Vera Cruz.— The Picayune and Delta, received from her iheir correspondence, with a"file of. the Vera Cruz American Eagle, fromj which' t^ie extracts are 1 made. Moses Y. Beach, E*q., come passenger, in iho Massachusetts. II« left Tampico on the 12th, and brings dates from the city of Mexico to the 3d ulf. ..„.. The following letter from Mr. Kendall to the Picayune, and contains news of cousiderable interest: - i ' ¦ Camp at San Juan, April i 4. I-arrived in this camp at 11 o'clock last night, the roar) from Vera Cruz gunning for the most ' part through beary sand. Gen. Worth's division from'the excess)re heat...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 8 May 1847

" tt,;„ fo ^« la .. ~ ai >i, j w s THE WHlO MEETIN<J-aEN. IRVIN'S frai E oi TEA A»D OOPTEB. ' " We stepped into tho federal whig meeting it the Court House on Tuesday evening last, s ' nd wero somewhat surprisefl, after nfll tlie efforts that had becR made to get the people there—tho three organs of the parley h ving been engaged for two or three weeks in calling on the faithful to attend—to find so slim an attendance when there is confessed y so large a ' majority |in the cdunUy. The fact, is, we beg(n to thi nk the getting up-of such meetings by-that party is about BS hard as (heir ef4 fortes to 1 make tliQ rank and file take back all they have said $bout the "injustice" of the Mexican war, ana* como out flat-footed for Taylor, a Sourthern slave holder, anq of course an opponent of thejj ''Wilmot Proviso." Butto the meeting. (Every thing Appeared to be " cut and dried—or in westerii phraseology, "cocked and primed" and ' rcaly to go off.-^-f Two or three of th|e le...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 8 May 1847

* The coinUeWartte *X hkr auditor, on tl»»t Sudden iVIthdratt^t t# he ' Iiano, had flushed \vilh sud len attgW} but he hnd r ow once more teontrolle I his jfcaiures to a loo c of pity, and hercpMel: I ' • "Woo/jo 1 1 coii'd ido a» you j wish; would Wiere «vere some other vay.' 1 .r '"There is—itherc is,' said "hate ,.. eagerly. "You ' yourself!will gj> i gain tuCol; Cantpbell «nd intercede for uri'' ;- ' ' • '"Alan! I liafe done tpst ^ lready.' 1 . ' "To Lord Rawdoh, ttjeii, ''' breathlessly interposed Kate. + • J i f ' ••It Would be UselCBS»-,Nay, ir he hears .pf this matter prettiBtur?ln(beforc you are mine, .neither C\>h CHmpbellinor I could save your father" I . I Ttel^ \V»g n ton ! ofjdpcinion in him Ins 'he pronounced those > lairds, that shut out all furthef entreaty Knije fait, moreover, that vrhalhe said w«s true; from Ldrd Rawdon no ft' ope could ke,cntertaibed. Vyith a groan, Mb barfed her face against the sofa. < . Major Lindsay stood at' ...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 8 May 1847

Majou \V. \V, Sv Biisg.— ¦ThTs officif, whoso name i* now bo favorably know ¦ ov Jr the Union, is a natjye of New Hampshire, aid ho graduated at West l'oint, in July, 1833, with considerable'diktmcrion ' . - In 183-t,.du-TingthelndiaW ti'bubi^-.he was< ordered to Fort MitchpH 1 , - All r.jbw shortly after he returned to' VVost Ijnint, where Iro renyaiucJ un 1 - til IS^ dts ch airgrng the drfties of assi itanti pro J csioro^m»tW l nyat5cs, fo/»whic]if IW'as eminently qualified. HavingJtten appointed in 1840 nisislant iidjiitaiit general, he was attached tt> the staf'of (ion. Taylor, then stationed ;upon the Arkansas frontier. In that capacity,\he has since acted, rendering the most laborious ail important cervices, and enjoying tho un cserved confidence of the General. His gallantry, in all the late batl)e» in Mexico h; 9 especially signalized his name, six) eirtttU d him to the gratitude of hiv countrymen, P >t »Kboiig l* lie ha< been thus highly dist...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 8 May 1847

THE NEW TERRITORY OF MINE SOTA. i The followin ¦ interci ting skotcti of this new north-west m terri ory we find in a ' recent Jiumber. of the. -To edo (Ohio) Blade.— Thefbouudsbf le neyv r 'erritory includes the romantic Falls ,r St.-Atitliony, tho head of the navigation, f the fio'ile Mississippi; ] •It is bonnd>d on tlo north by Canada West; on the e$<t byjM chigan and Wisconsin; on the sou^i by [th( parallel of 43 degrees 30 minutw, which is the most ndrthi'rn ineuf Iowa; aidoh ^hc west by the! river Sioux and Redfivcr of tho North. ' The line separating Mijesota fram , Michigan in in Lake Superior,- .and that separating it from Wisconsin pasn s along Lake Superior to the Falta of> the St. Louis r ver, and thence south till it strikes tht river pt. Croix, which it follows to the M saisujippi. Thence down the Mississippi toltiluiiB ,431, the place of °ei ginning. I ' j "Embraced > thin these boundaries there are about 90,00 eqtia re imiles—equa...

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 8 May 1847

! A Cunipt's StSuj.—A few days Bince, on old and favorite horse^of a stauncii democrat at the other end 6f to\^h, attracted considerable attention by thn b'oistorousj noise which ¦proceeded from his stable. Upon looking into the matter, the neighbors asccrtained'tlmt tho patriotic animal bad turst jnto a hearty, ^'horse laugh' : upon ovcrliearing a Mexicaiv. Whig pretend to rejoice af our late victories in a war which he had always detlared to lie ("unchristian and disgraceful."—JYew LUoon I Patriot. ' ' . This certainly was a curious sight, and tho causo was enough truly to njake even a horse kiiff li; but we opine that horse Would have never stopped had iv witnesset. tlie sudden somer let ofjhe federatwts 1 bora firom violent o)iposi!rs.afid denouncers!of the War to the most servile, eulogists and adm rers of thoso who are engaged in-carrying it in—from proclaiming them a drunken set ol' rowdies, en goged in a "bad causo*!^ " like 1'olk's war.for the extension of slavery," t...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 8 May 1847

Mexicans,—i\Vomk: i, R^Ncimnos, Donkkvs, Etc.—Lieut. C. B. Broker, of this city, (attached to the 1st I Jew Vork! Regiment,) writing from Vera C uz, ^ays among l other thingsj"fHi^t the nati es o|-e generalty very black and extrifmelylazy; ' flley oppeartohave no homes but r wanilei lounjgingly about all day, aild sfcep in the streets. The women are generall y very ugly—ll ' have not seen a handsome on^' yet. • They dress vulgarly, smoke, - and fide ifalridt [oh sltoc_king,]of mules ns naturnlly as the men , ...It is dangerous business! for one to venture c ulnide of the walls : ' alone; for there, are s\\ arms of the ill-lookmff rancheros inervefy clia )paral, who wouUl very cheerfully ta'ke youfli e for jven one good arti6leof clothing. On? came up to my mule the other day, and eaic «to me, "Are you good Americano? You len I roe one little reaU"—I placed my hand in t ly breast pocket and reaV-ri^'Vi iro my jlistJl ' wwaVml la'auiHstdny ly; pohe took the hint and, with three or...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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