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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

POMLINSON te Co Forwarding and Commission Merchant?; H>9 . Frrnch Street, Erie,and at£thStr/ei Cannl Ba jfon, also dealers in Groceries mid Provisions. " " " HENRY CA'DWELL. ' thaler in Hanln-arc, Dry Goods, Groceries, &c. east side uf thn Piiunond, nnd~one door eaal of ' the Kaplc Hoie\, \->ie . Pa. EAGLE HOTEL7 By Hiram L. Brown , corner of Slate street find - the Public square , Erie, Pn. Eastern , Western, 'and Southern Stnse office.

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

M. TIBBALS, Dealer'in,Dry Goods, Groceries, .$•<:. No. Ill, L'licapsldc , Eric Po. • ¦" J - ' 1 GOODWlN &. VINCENT. Dealers in Dry [Goods, Gioccries," &c, No. I, . _ Bonni-ll BI(ick,|.Stafe st.,l£ric, Pa * _ CARTER Sc BROTHER. i : -Deali'fa/m Jru ' ui:, Medicinf-s. Puinls, (" )il«, Pye, * Kiill\ Gla : ss, &c.,- No. 6 Reed llotife, I'.ric-Pa. - I

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

T. W. MOORE. Dealer in Groceries. Provisions, Candies, Fruit kc. No. '• ' Perry Block, Slitte nrcci, Erie, Pa . MARSHALL & LOCKWOOD, \ltonny «i Luif. Oliice up stairs in tlie Tnm ininv II^H building,nouli of the Prollionolan'a Office. > . . 9

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

0. L. ELLIOTfT, SURGEON DENTIST IJaapennlnuntly locatrd in Erie. . Ollicc al iiu icsiclcnie on llie cmuiier^f Seventh and Peacl Slroet«. : * • if)

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

SMITH JACKSON Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queens Ware, Lime, lion, Mails &c. No. 121, Cluapsidc,: Kric, Pa. J-

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

NplBER 16

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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

Letter from Gen. Taylor; ;. ,.| From tboClnrk.vyic, (Toiin.) Jcflcrconiao. . ;.Below we publish V le letter of Gen. TayloV ih reply Jo' the Mter of the cominiitee appointed by the Dpniocratic Convention in this pte^'oii theSth of June last. It will be sden thut tho committeo 'make referenco to the resolutions of the . committee as embodying the principles upon ' .which they wish to know his opinion, and it tjiay be important to a clear understanding of• tbe correspondence .Jo Jlcorn whajt those resolutions were we; regret that we cai.notspare * tho_8pace to republish them. We [will, - however, in os brief a ' manner as possible explain their purport. "• ? • The first resolution expresses^ settled hostility to a, National Baiik, and expresses a belief that such an institution is not only uncon¬ stitutional but highly inexpedient, lite second refers to the same subject. - The third resolution declares in favojr of the Independent Treasury and the separation of Bank and State. ...

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

TBS WILMOT FHpylSO. ASD A NATIOHAE oomvemtioh. . it ; On this subject.the Boston Post conta n» gome very- appropriate, remarks! wliteb ' coi mfe .cide so entirel y with our i>wn views, that we cannot refrain from condensing them, (they being, inilheir present form , entirely too Itong for our columns,) for tho benefit of our readi ¦¦ ' ¦ - \ iers. --. { .r . -¦; The Post assumes as a settled point that a National Convention will be called to ruminate candidates for President-and Vice lfresi dent, and remarks that the only point to be considered is io what manner! it shall be ren¬ dered harmonious—embracing? the whole country. Shall we has.e a new test, which is as much whig as democratic, and defines n.o line between the two great parties, or shall'we abide by the well defined positions and tbe settled landmarks of democracy? We agree with the Post in repudiating this new ' test—this doctrine of the Wilmot Proviso—which a few, and we,rejoice to say-but a few, of our Democ...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

Later from Mexico Mi-ancc tuunril the Capital—rtcctpe. ' of .W»~ \jt>r GaiHfi txnd .Midshipman lingers. t.: ~ The steamship. Gajvcston hu3 arrived at jVe-.v Orlean?, with ntlviceB frosii 1'uebl.u to the (Jih of August, onj; week ,later.thau before rt'Cfiveil. General Sfotl was still at Ptivbla onjthcTt'i. 'I li- 1 army was totnlte up thc.line Of march on tln'iiexi day for the City of Mexico. / General Twi gg ' s Division was to leave on thij 7th, General Quitniau on tlw Sth, Cien. Worth on the I'th uiid General Pillow ' s on the 1 lUtlf. : * ' r " Cd|. Clrl Is remains in ctnnfnanH at Puebln. lidiieral Pierce arrived at I'uclila on the Utli; lostiiiot a single wan on the march; notwithstanding.a . notucr severe battle with the Guerrilla]*. • The must agreeable . news by thU arrival is lli^e 'scape of Major Gaines and Passed Midtihipmati Rogers from the city of Mexico, hnd their safe arrival at General Scott ' s headqucjrtera.i • . ¦ ' : The letters mention an nffiiir b...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

A PILL FOR FEDERALISM Col. Henry S.'Lano, of Indiana, a talented Federal, who has recently returned home from Mexico, delivered an eloquent and patriotic speech at Crawfordsville, a few days ago, to a very large concourse of citizens. — In the course of his remarks he alluded to the speech ofSenaior Corwin, of Ohio, upon the Mexican war, in the following language; "his the emanation of a master mind, but the eloquent language in which i' t is clothed cannot conceal its diimting treuso ' ii!" In speaking of the mpri who relused.to vdte supplies to iho warworn soldier, he said "disgrace ttvefWnW'gvaVesT ""•"" A '-*¦-—'— l'_ Col. Lane al6o declared that on the reeep-¦iuuijof Mr. Corwin' s speech in Mexico, the Ohip troops not-only burnt the speech biftal-. so tfie author in effigy. , -. We can easily imagino the feelings -of the brave men who, while parsing their lives in their country's pofcunousblwht at home. It ha ~ 8 ever been thu*. In eveny ^ war in which ' w,e have been e...

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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

{ And Still Apother. ' ' , . In another column will be found another letter from Gen. Taylor. Theseepistles have become iso frequent of fate, that, unless we find in some future one some extraordinary or - i j i I I : ,' ' ¦ 1 ):- 1 ' striking sentiment, we anal not copy any more ' . Mnny of the whig f apers hjive pronounced, the one we gavelaet; veekasU'bjingling,|', ^iscredital f le," fcccLj What tbeyl will call thij, remains to be BeVn. To our mind it is far beJiiml its predecessor as a.literary coinposition, while it does not even possess the merit of simLle frankness, which id some measure characterized that production; The General, fought himself up, for which we were willing to give him credit—he has now wrote himself down, for which we are equally willing to givo hjjjm cre di t. j ' A Vorr Mod nt Young Man. The junior of the G azette is a very modest young man, there's nc doubt. , He reminds us .<• .l_ !•>._: !--:-» -k. .„!,! ikoro u-oro &.it thre...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

ANOTHER SHOVVHiR-BATH FOR iT»B r il^xjcAN wijios. £ Capt. Thomus F. Marshall' " , or ToinMorsfiaH'n, Isfe war spcech/at LoiiiSvilJp, was n perfectdiiinper^ftii'Tlle Mwicun Whi gs;: of that ilk. Prentice, tho editor of the;Lj8uisville lounmf, was present hi its commencement/ but incontinently sloped, as soon as the or ' ater begaii to get warmed| in-his subject. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Enquirer says: ; ' ¦ "Tom let down upon Convin, kc, with n tremendous force. He denounced the war an infamous, and t-riiel toward their countrymen who are contending ngainst ^ a dastardly foe and destructive climate. • lie would earry the war to the last poim of resistance, and proclaim u peace, and hu would enforce .it by hanging every one who rebelled against it. — Tho' Mexicans,, he said, were a miserable degrai!ei! we, down trodden b y a band of rascally .grandees and thieving officers, who wer ^ e fur war, because by that they only 1 could live. ^Government, he eaid, they never h...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

GEORoiA.-iWe learn that tho calulaticra. that ^ Georgiajwfll produce this year the larg gest corn crop ever grown within its iin-,.:.-—Alb. Argu\. . : i , The same ^" "Michigan. The PCTiinsuli State produces more wheat, more, com. cm cjopper, more|Demoor<it<, more of everrthitj good and valuable, than any State of ber»ft in this Unioiii—Detroit Free Press. Except the; Keystone—she beats yoa is Democrats, /i|on, coal, and roliinteers—fcr very neceasarJyjBrticles in "Polk' s warfw.ii« extension of slavery," as federalism is plrus to term it. I , i tt^The Gazette can ' t go the lastlrtter r Gen. Taylorj no hov! and skys it can't if "ftoic he can receive thi support offwhig*, ^ der existing ;circums\ance».r Put tbst u your pipe ant| smoke it, Mr. Commercial. (t?T A nevy steamer caJte 1 the Cincinm: was launchedfat MaumeeHait week. -She> said to be of a beautiful mod ;1, 55tf ton» bis then, and only draws two am a half feet wi ter. I . . - i U?*Mr. p. A. Brovrn...

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

*A Shower BHh " Tha Frtjddftm'eensdr, after s pending w -, tie labor,', ink ond b r^ns , jmd occii w , n , ^ eral coluiiing, to prove Gen. Taylor a n * , ; , ' Henry Cl'ay whig, a Corwin whi», a f;rf£ 'l Oiddings Et co. "whig, in short, alE fOrts , whig, has, been completely throw n oaf". ' beam's enid by the old hero ' s letter to p r it, ' loney, of Louisiana, pti jlisbed in our !aj The editor shivers .and shakes jwor«e "ji Col. Donijihan after sutmitring to Tom r ^ win's shower bath. Jut hear hit, ttet'n-f ter: . * , I ¦ "Another letter from ' j6n. T*vi.r,,. aT[l , j encc to his . nomination os a candidate f^.ti-Presidencj, will bo found in another c ' ulu-T If gcimin|yit;ia discreJitable to Lua h wHtten bunglingly, and exhibits, »e ; coulll a want of (sense, inasmuch as it indici a treme sen^ivefness con-wrniog-theopinio, , - others. He bad wntte a enough before <{ to satisfy, any ohe disposed to queMitra \£ we should suppoie, and if he lias /b,*.}.- . selfioto ft...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

, Making a bad BEotjjNirHi.—Tho St. Louis Rcville has some discouraging news from the California Emigrants, in a letter written by one of the number above the junction ' of the North and Souih Fork» of the Plalte. Tbe company numbered seventy-eix wagons nn the 18th of Alay, and on the lfith of Jitney by-diiif erilion ammkg them, the number travelling together was reduced vo sixteen wagons.— They had divied oft'into small parties, each selecting to leader among themselves. On the 17th, Capt. Wiggins, who had started as leader, of the main party, resigned his cominand and left tUsnv They were quarrelling as usual, wilK the prospect of this last sixteen dividing before another day hud passed. Those that quit the main party .have found some difficulty iiuiuiJiiui-'i' .iUuilh" 1 " divisions. Ges. Cass at Dartmouth College.— The oration before the Literary Societies, by tlie Hon. Lewis Cass, 6f . Michigan, was every way worth y/ ofjthe distinguished orator. Hia theme, "The glory of ou...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

Nkw Route to the 1'acific.—A writer in ft Into number of the '-Union'' states that a new and safer and mure expeditious rotite for the transportation of stores to the waters of the Pacific, titan any now used r can be available by way of the Rio Grande. Steamboats now oeceiid with ease that river to Laria . dc, 700 miles aboro the Gulf of Mexico, as has been proved in years past, and during the last year by a nteamboat expedition sent up this river by General Patterson; and at 100 miles hi gher up, where General Wool crossed, near the town of Presidia de'Kio Grande, the depth of water was8J foci; and this deptli continues all the way up to the city of Albuquerque, within a day or two ' s travel of Santa Fe; and froiathis neighborhood, it hasbcenascertainei that the distance overlandjp the navigabfe waters of the Gulf of California, (the K'i' i Colorado) is but 200 miles, which would bring, usto lbs Waters of the Pacific arid to th%ppjj.s qf Guayuma, Mo.ntcrey, Ban Prancisco . Astb...

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

JyWe learn that the steamers Nile and Wisconsin came in collision, on Lake Huron, 40 milesHbove Fort Gratiot, on Monday night lasti Both boats sustained serious injury, and it was with great difficulty they were prevented from sinking. They however succeeded inj reaching Palmer, on the St. Clair river, whjere they were repaired. 05 s * ^-Governor Sewar ' d, of . New York, won't gojthe "Rough and Ready" movement of 1 his brother whigt, no how they can f\x it. The whi|s of Ithaca, as we learn by ttie Chroncile, undertook to form a VRough and Ready club" a few, days ago, but failed to do any thing furjiher than make a very ludicrous spectacle forjithe benefit of the boys of the village. Ex-Govqjnor Sewjrd was in town on business, anl being .invited to be present and deliver an faddreis, gate a<ti absolute refusal. li J! A B«aotifnl Fsfar. I s i j A bea|tifu4|pairof worthies are the federal candidates for! Governor aud Canal Commissioner, irvinand Pattoo. The first voted f^...

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

. _ _z~ , *. ——(t/ ^A new emission of counterfeit qnarw eagle* is "about;" 3"heir date ia J843, ani their execution so good tjiat they 1 have e»«t been received in banks.. There is said to be a large quantity of them in circulation.: . CyTbe following paragraph rehtiretotfs coal trade, we clip from the Meadville RepoV lican. The rise in the price of that commod ity here cannot bave escaped the attention ci the people, neither can they bave forgone the predictions in regard to it o^ie year , ago: «Thb Co*l " Trabb.—On the eve of t&* adoption of the Tariff of '48, a Igreat oat err was raised, in this State, in bebajf of toe Coil Trade. Loqg and labored articles. were written, wjth a design of " proving ^hat thi« (ow Ar p,f,««i«n;. ' . main interests) partieubtf branch of trade would suffer almost total destruction, in consequence,, as twas alleged, of the protection afforded to it by the uew.TariB being entirely jnsufScient to justify men to engage In it. How have the pred...

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

\ Th? able and lucid letters of "Prentice" thu commercial correspondent of the Wash-! ington Union, published weekly in that jour-! nal, furnish- the most conclusive evidence of the e.xtroardinary prosperity of the United State* at the present daw If'wo only had bpace no as to copy thes/letters into the columns of the Citizen ^ ^e belie ve they would be productive of the most happy results.— Those of our readers who are engaged in agrjculfural pnranits would, by the perusal of these letters, gain a clear insight info the salutary effects produced by the different measures jof Mr. Polk's administration on the commercial intercourse between the United Slates and other nation. ' , and the extern to which their interests are promoted by this increased trade. * ( Wo make the-fdllowiiig» extract, from his ' letter of the 5th inst., in regard to thefexporl of agricultural products from the port of New York, for the last threa months preceding the 1st of August inst.—Frederick (Md.) Cit...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

Case of the Cubsafkakk.—The Cincinnati Enquirer says that Asbbel Barney, E.G. Merrick, B. Higjrins, ond others, who were indicted as the owners of the steamboat Chcsa * penke, for neglecting tu provide the vessel with life boats, &c, a» required by the act of Congress, pleaded nolle conlendere, before the U. S. Court, and submitted tho casoto its consent, whereupon the Court fined them three hunjlred dollars, and the costs of prosecution. Tue Wrong Mas Huso.—A young printer named lioyington, who. served Jiis tune in the nlBce of the New Haven Palladiuror»as hung a few years since in Alubama, upon a charge of having murdered a companion with whom he was traveling. Ho protested his innocence to the lut>t, but without avail. Recently the landlord in whoso bouse the murder was committed!confessed the crime on hia death bed; Boyington was ayoungrnan of fine talents, ami prep&aseasing appearance, whose guilt was deemed conclusive -only from the fact thoi he was ...

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