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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 11 September 1847
From the ilio Graiid** * ( From tli:r \.n l',<-iiuftf. Aug £?,-The U. S. ^i'ljii~ , j.>it sclioiin-r Mnria 'Thomas, Cspt. knox, tirruoJ' ye=ter<!uy from the mouth of the llin Gr.uide , w. ' i^nct 1 she sailed on the 27th iust. tihe brought no Setters or' papers. '. ;¦ .-.. Ihe'propellor A.sMa-i! ;i)so arrived",' v. - 'i'tpr-¦rfayt having saibd bwore tha- Farmy'I She Wought n mail. ; . * . 'There won nothing lipiv ut the Brazos, and Wvery liltlu 8ic' kiu-s.M»f any kinJ. , We haw ii lelier from a favorite cnrr . e.V'H-^H. which we annex, frorn Mier. We sjioiiU premise that the' letter was written" bcWro it was known thai llie iJea <>l an ndviin,ci l &V General Taylor's^eoluinn hnd hem abandoned. Wo give the letter, nevertheless, for the news it contains and the spirit it evince?, ! Mif.r, Aug. 6, 1817. Gentlemen:—Yesterday a partv of gentlemen arrived-herofrom Monterey, " and bring the intelligence thotoii the 30th of last month the e...
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 11 September 1847
JTHEJO^SERVER ^ '•Tip World is GjvetnoJ too Moofc." - ¦¦]_ ~* TT^'i^T^Tl^^AT"^ ?y\ 8niardnor;OIoruin||>*J|Miytrmbcr 11, I^f7 , uK.noca,iTit! ivo.m. nations; ' : ' . ' . " FOR OOVKENdk, ' ! V "' FR'-S ' . R ^ SHUNKi rou c\sal coM>nss;osEn, MORRIS LO NilS TRET II. CyTiws. H. Kliwon is a duly authorized agent to procure tiubs' crrbers forthis paper. " - tt?" Wo ask attention tn the able and patriotic letter of the Hon. James Buchanan, to be found in another column. The views advanced by the Secretary |<vill meet a response from tho Democracy in all sections of the country. He tabes a national and hot a sectional vie w of the slave question, and of course must and has met the denunciations of the hot-headed and factious of all parties. We rather expect, however ^ he will survive all such onslaughts. fX/^ Whig meeting on Saturday evening last, to appoint delegates toihecowiity convention, the Commercial editor * and hi« clique got mast essentially and tetotally...
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 11 September 1847
From Mexico , Richmond, Sept. 6—6 P. M. The mail has arrived here from the' South bringing a N. O. Picayune e,xlra. The schooner Mississippi has arrived bringin ? dates from Vera Cruz lip to tho 21st uk. A corre s pondent of the, Picayune, writes ' that now* ha» been received at Vera Cnw, brought by a gentleman from Ayota, who came by way of Orizaba, that the vanguard of G*n. Scott's army had Reached Ayotii; which ia twenty miles from the Capital, on the 13lh, up to which dale nat a single jjtin ha 1 bf>r>n fired. The reinforcements for JJ.ij, I»-i!lv, under Capt. Wells, consisting, of, Cupt. Wells and Pttiles' companies of Infantry,- anil Major Childs' lancers) returned to Vera Cruz on the J7lb, having proceeded to the National Bridge, where an express overtook Miij. Lilly. Information was subsequently received at Ven Cruz, that lie had gone on safely beyond Jalapa: / ..Tho command under Wells were compelled to fight their way. to the'Nutionnl Bridge, anJ made...
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 11 September 1847
Tho Way it is lone The following from the Sauduskey Mirror, shows the modut opcrandi adopted by tho Ohio Danker?, ' under their General Bunking law, to manufacture a specie basis for their ¦paper. The Mirror well says .it beats Wild Cat banking, and allows them eix: "The corruption and underhanded management of the board of control and some leading bankers in Ohio, from all we can learn by what leaks out, were never before equalled, not even in the palmiest days of Wild Cat Banking. We predict a magnificent explosion onf of the*e days when the people will be swindled to the tuneof millions. As a specimen of the real capital emuloyed in creating llipse new banks, we learn that the £an\e specie was used for I he organization of three different banks, in as miny different places within the nast two weeks." ' • ' , Farmers and mechanics of Pennsylvaniahonest men of till professions atid callings—the approaching contest will decide whether a system like that shadowed forth in the abo...
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 11 September 1847
New Cali, roa Troops.—Ins war department has just called for live .new rpgimentu, exclucive of the regiment fr/nn Ohio, which is already reported, to be raised, an 1 is now in progress of being m'ualeteJ into the public service, and will|ifi a lew days be enroute for Vera Cruz. The f 'n-e,regiments now called for are to be drawn 1 from tlie following litotes: Two regirrTpnts-from Kentucky, two frmn Tennessee, and one from In liana.— These five -regiments' ore expected to bis rapidly 1 raised, and promptly placed in the public service. Offeis have aiready been made, which induced the Evoc.itive to designate thoto Statec, and lo make the necessary ar¬ rangements foMMnbodying these troops withiiut delay. The adminktjotioiis have determined to do their duty, whether for peaco or for war. They nave offered the olive branch. A« it may be declined, they havo deemed it their duty to prepare for a vigorous prosecution of the war, uu-1 f(> fill up the ranks of the srrov lothepnipcr...
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 11 September 1847
An Indian Hombug. The science of humbngger/ we thought entirely confined to the white race, but it appears we were mistaken. The Cherokee Advocate says, a young girl of the Creek nation recently fell into a trtijice, and has since been pruphecying to the tribe. She says that " while in this inanimate stale she held communion with invisible spirits, who learned her a song which blie sings with great beauty and tfleet. She has predicted one or two deaths which have come to ' pass, and told from her own feelings of a murder, at the very time it was committed at a distance of several miles from her home, ^he has ' also purchased bor burial clothes, foretold at what time her death would take place, anil certain signs which would 'then be seen, and from which the world could judge of the sincerity of her protestations and the truth of her revelations.
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 11 September 1847
Lieut.. Cot. FftFjjJOTrr, oi> his arrival at Fort Leavenworth, was placed under arrest by Gen. Keaniey,'aud ordered'to Washington. We have as yet seen nothing from Golifornia which throws light on the cause of his arrest, or in what particular he disobeyed orders.— Tho Reveille has seen California papers,,and pays the Star of the 5th June contains along article in reference to the exhtingbeiween Gen. Kearney and Col. Fremont, ^ while it admits that tho course of thejauer hail rendered him very unpopular in California, it leans to the conclusion that peculiar circumstances attendant were of a bind which rendered hi» course unavoidable. VVe however, have no information as to the brecisc nnture of his unpopular net?, - . "Good morning, Ben, what a thojjejvsj First rate news'? Jim heard from home—thff old nun has kicked at laat. He only (eft me e eppj wemy thousand ? thal' g ell; ' '
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 11 September 1847
CC/ " "* The i Gazette is hoaxing for Native votes. Itjsays they have no "distinctive organization] in any of oar counties, except Lancaster; ' Philadelphia, and, perhaps, Allegheny," /rfiid tells them i they " never can make much! head way, and, therefore, had better disbajid at once, and go back to their original ele ' nicnts." Meaning, ofcoujrse, t)ie whig party!—it would not advise, them thus, if it thouglit they were Democrats, certainly. By the by, how long is it since this same paper tried ! o make it appear that this native party : were all democrats, or the offspring ofjtl e .Democratic party? Consistency is certainly a jewel. ,
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 11 September 1847
Fino Frosh Teas. We -verb in luck this week—especially in ihaTea.line. Two samples of Tea from the Canton Tea Company were laid upon our table editorial, and from t}iere speedily transferred to our tea-ta!)le. There appears to he twoostabUslimentsiu town claiming the agency for these teas, T. W. Moore, No. i,-Perry Block, and William ' s k. Wright, corner of Stale street and the Public Square. . Both of them have the teas onhanlanlbot ' i, wejiloubl not, would be very happy to supply all ojrders for the same. Tea drinkers will find at citlv er establishment a<su,)crior article put up in pounds, halves and quarters.
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 11 September 1847
j | , Tho TrusJcolora. The Conneaut (O.) Reporter unfurls the foljo'.ving- flag: . '* 'Ourj F|lag is There'.—No acquisition of terq ' toryj-%jo extension of Slavery—no farther prosrcutioiL of thit infamou* tear." We respect a man when he avows his honest sentirbeote, like the editor of the. Reporter —but we: know of no language too strong to condemn! tho hypocrisy of some of the Reporter's partv ' cotemporariea, who profess friendship for Uieir country but are ^ daily engaged in efforts 'to throw impediment* in way of the proseculiln of the present just and necessary war. S-!
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 11 September 1847
A Orumb cl Comfort. The Chronicle has lpund a crumb of comfort in the return of Paredes to Mexico, and the "declaration by the British go^cnirnent that it would ciui/iue to recognize ihe present Mexican authorities or government if, af. tcr withdrawing from tho city of Mexico, they should 'wander forty years in, the wilderness." And yet, this is an old and accredited organ of that party, which claims that it is not opposed to the war, but to the " villainous and bungling authors of it,*' meaning the administration. Ohj.humbuggery, -thy name its legion. ' : . i :
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 11 September 1847
0^»Tpe citizens Vicksburg have erected ari elej |nt .marble monument over the remains of ir. llcgan, formerly ediipr of the Vicksburslsontinel, who was shot down in the streets bf | political opponent. ' (t/^Tiio New York City Council hwo voted to wear mourning and set flags Qt feajf mast in respect tip tho m,em .ory of Sil fs WriffMJj ' ,1 ' " '¦' ¦ . • ' ' . • , ,
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 11 September 1847
<We should lffce tu knnw the political predeleetipna of tfeow Louisitot troops at Tompico, w\u» §fi\A powder and ball to the Mexicans, | We do ««t believe the Are "Mexican vth\g».'" ~-8 p ringJtM fltp, Tbere«att be no doubt at any rate Jliot they •rereearrjfioj^uitVe wiggistjopio/GiddJHgs, Cotwia, bu4 wtlje/^ tyhof. does the Republicat) cni\ thote xeQ'.ki&etf-^fjHiJiy^rgu*. ' I ^ -.
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 11 September 1847
(£"?* Thp Fredouia Censor came to hand this week greatly enlarged and improved in »ppoar«oce*-its fedefalism , however, U as bhieiu ever, ' ' " ' . . " , ' WHIO PfiOPHECY va. DEMOORATIO BEAIJTy But one mnnth remains beforff.the peopleof Pennsylvania will be again cslled upon to chouSe^n litecutivp to fill the chair of State. Our .fipponettU have predicated the contest on National Issdw.ond not local'—(mvo prqplaimed tt»tne world that thetdefeat or success of FranciB It. Shunk'will be indicative o( the feelings of the people in regard to the great oud momentous measures which have characterized and rendered immortal the present ad¬ ministration of v the national government — more particularly, tho Tariff and tho. War. Now, while we do not (fpneeed that the coming Contest will Entirely decide these questiouft so far as Pennsylvania is concerned, we are willing " to admit it will have an important bearing on them. Let us, then, in view of this, for oqe moment examine whig pro...
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 11 September 1847
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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 11 September 1847
More Muoio.n I'KitsKittnioN.—¦ The ' : t. Louii f/ciui has information from a porstm directly I' mai the- scene of onuagp, tiinl tlie anti-Mormons in Lee county, Iowa, between Charlestown and Montrose, "have been engaged in stoning the houses of the Mormmis who resido there. On Wednesday or Thnr.-day night last they made an attack.upon the liou.-e pf Mr. IiaVc >, a revolutionary soldier. At the ' time of tl e attack, the old gentleman and hid wife wen in bed; he a rose, ' requested his wife to be sli I, took his rihV, and went nut to look after the issaitahts. Mr. " . Ilalchbecame uneasy, also g ot up, and went o(it. The old gentleman b&'V her in the dcjrk, and supposing <ier to bo one of the asailants. fired at and killed her instantly, the ball taking e fleet in her ¦tide. 1 Death of i Disciiakokd Volunt^kkr.— ¦ On Saturday iifternoon la-l, HrnrtA. 1'. J. Jomes,aged 1! yearit, depar(e.l this life in our borough, after a Kn|gering| illness cjf several mont...
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 11 September 1847
Arrival of the Caledonia-The steamer Caledonia, Cnpt. Loft, arrived at Boston this morning! brining dntes from Liverpool to the 19th Aipust. The following arc the quotation.-fat Liverpool. Best Western Canal 11 >ur 2Csa26s Od per barrel. Richmond ajul Alexandrians a. 25 6d,Ohio 22s o23 Sour 20s a %ls. United States White and Mixed, 1 per ' 701b. *; 7s 9d a fis.6d. (Red, (is 9d a 7s 6J Indian Corn, 25s a 30a perqimrfer. Corn Meal, per fab!. 12s a 13s 6d. Onts, per 15 IN 2s a %&Ai. Barley, per 90 lbs, 3s 9d n 4s 3d. Ofl$ Meal, per 240 lba., 20 a 21s. Uve. per 480 lbs., 303 a 34s. Tha certainty of a bountiful harvest at home, coupled With the continued larjje importations of foreign breadetufl's forced upon thefluropean market by, t)ie necessity of holders, must exercise a.slill stronger depressing influence upon the trade, and it may be fuir'ly in/erred fiat the markets " have not ' as ' j'et retrograded to any thing: like the point to which they appear destined to ...
Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 11 September 1847
tue Bis'rn»ii»B n^Di^fNB >«r "f _ site f«nLDJi C CIRCLING 0 Cra 1 AN invaluable rcmeiU for Hor*e»r Cattle afiil other domestic animals, 1 in the. core of thtf lollowing disease?- . 1 . | ~- kris\ Wtunts,) T F Huh, iSil/ajf, Gaits of iti kiilt't,-- Sixains, l\>muntM, .. Sprains ^ Bruitts, Sjiiu Cr^s , druckeiflleils, FatmikrtdFcct, Jlin°bonr, WinJgQUs Scratches er Gnat!, Po'l Evil, CnltH Mange.-Spavins, Stcetncy, ,:.llorn VisUinpir. x il is abo a Unfvvpjal Family Epiprocaifon M ! diseases ol Human Klesb, inich »• .. - BJiimiiliim, ^ i- " Kr»,«riial Pfitoai, ! Biles ofMimuh, Painful .Vcrttnit .ttT'CPxosl Biles, I Hans, ) , .- " Moid, . Corns,\ WhUhici, ¦ Hums anl ScaUs, " Chill-lainiA Cramps, \ ' Chappcl Jlnnit, CmtVacls of Ilie Muscles, Su:tUiag», \Wcunds ~ , U'eukiHSxoflhzJmiih, Kaktd^lSnasts. Mr.ncHANT ' a CUi.r.us-n On..— Ill U wo. tlliy of jpecial reuuik, lint Inai.le-i i!ie -;rcat and extraordinary jim ' icr^ in :!•:¦ cilrt' of djsea«es ' of tha horse in wlhicl...