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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

The Vote of iho Tolantesrs. A portion ofi the vote of the Pennsylnnit volunteers has^beeri received. It is from l lose who votediot Perote, and stood Shunt, {6; Irvin20;'Loiiffstryh ' , 66; Patton\l9; Mof. t >n li T/iree ' jpWe' d^n 't took as though tin v bigs had "fu{nished' : . all the "nuf\i*T to c srrv on the war : ' j Ths Laat HztmK _ ,. Tl)^ editor of the I owa StatestnlnglVeitEt ¦llt/iving excuse fora lack of Editorial ia t ?cem number of Ms/ paper : ^ "JJlot much editorial this week—can' t ad; —anothei' bouncing big hoy irf ihiaohajity—nly once a year—we are trying toqliit ilf fX/ ^Col. Geo. W. BaADBpar, ls|e editorcf lie CincinnalL Sunday News, died at Ciorin-\<i\v on Monday of last week, of infhmitioa >t tho lungs. | He Ivas on board the ill-f»tei Thesepesk&lastspring, and when that veise! rr«a-«bou( fj'iing «BtfWn, oooll^r told hill VTlfo hat the longjnooted question between-Aem, vhether the gri at r»id dragon had', tejrhadi iml seven h...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

A Tall Wkodinq.—Wo have often . heard of "tall wcd(JingP|V but not being much o ' fllie order of wedding-goers, we hardly knew ' what it meant. Our i g noraucp has been . enlightened by the following, which is chronicled in a paper ufl'ie West—tho great West. ,, .: Marribd—In Mt Pleasant, Iowa, on the morning < tf the llih October, by J.T. Morton , Esq., (height six feet three inchep,) Silas G. Week*, Esq., of Warren county. III., (height six feet four inchef,) and Mrs. Mary Robb,of Mt. PleasaMUjlowa, (height six feet one inch), making a total iu height of six yards and eight inches. . ¦ - . ' ¦ ' . ' • : The "height of their happiness" is not alluded to: ¦ . . . .. _. A Swert trmprrkd owt,.—"You should never let the young men kiss you," seid a venerable uncle to his pretty niece, "I know it, uncle, '' returned she, penitently,"and ye^ I try to cullirar ' e n spirit of forpivenesj, reeingthat wherione has been kissed, their is no undoing it." ¦'• . ¦ • .. (t/^Who ever kne...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

Sound Advick ion asv Jjatituok. —An exchange p.iper says'.-t—Never neglect to rea;l the adk'erlisiiig:.dep:irtniei:t of a newsnaper, if you would know what it concerns every onp to know—whero to lay out yuur money to the best advantage. Competition in at its height, and those who haveaiiythiug worth buying, or pond bargains to offer, always advertise—TJhey know it is.the sure , way to do n l>ri?k business, and by selling quick they arc able to oelLcheap. Therefore if yon would suvb yourself much trouble, vexation and loss of time, and read the adverti.-einente. Keep the run of them, and you wyll have no,, difficulty. 1 A Hoooish Convbvajjch.—A fanner of St. Albaus, Vermont,'recently made a grand 1 entree into that place, mounted on a vmall enr drawn by fuur largo hogs. He entered the town at a brisk trot, amidst the Declamations of hundreds^ who were eoou drawn, together to witness thi« uncommon spectacle. After making the tour of the market place * three or four times, h...

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

: ... .... .- - i Tho Tn>« 8«»«on. .. , ,' , ..,, . The Editor ' of the Me,rceraburg Journal, a well,conducted ,whig paper, after alluding to the defeats of his party in jyiatjyloud, Gcqrgia and, Pennsylvania, very truly remarks: r _ . »,"Il is fcili) to hide (Jroni ourselves that there is eymc deep rooted and genera) cause for these reVpfsen.' We CAndimy believe it to be Xt\« opposition to the Mexican Warj by * portioniot the whig press, which at the; same time hap been ho ,incon»i»tfcnt as to propose for thW Presidency, men made by the war, and whoseclaims are^asedsolely upon their conspicuOua partin Ibewar." ¦ «• ¦ . ¦ ¦ ¦: * " '' ,' ''' ' \ <}ot|i{ lt' stroDf. v ' Ai ' the ' yearly meeting of the Society of WiMtPki ¦ Baftltibr> list weeky they protested against wars in general, jand . the war vy ith Mexico/jh panicular^-against ~ the in^Uutio Wf^ sfayeryy ' ynd t ' . its further eirJensibn, ' and ej^a^hstVad ' feiipw ' jijiipi free mifoiirjri'iintfW-. cr...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

Col. Jefferson DavisyWe regret to * finrl, is still indisposed. His wound* still I pop him a cripple, and several attacks of' fei ver during tho summer have kept him feeble. Ho will shortly proceed to Washington, tn tttend his senatorial duties.' The travel, it is hoped, will improve his health.—A*. O. Delta. ¦ ' Marriko.—At the residence ofGen.Ankepy, in Millersburgh, Ohio,' on Tuesday the 13th inst., by the Rev. AddUiU Coffee, Mr. John Means, Etilor of the VVaynp County Democrat, Wooster, and Miss KateKorn'. of Millersburgh, Holme« county, .-.. , . Kute could not have adopt ' ei a, more effect ^ ualiJtfi.'fln» to rid herself or her Kornt. We Itnow.several young ladies who would like to get rid of theirs in a similar ray.:' ; , ;i • The pxiellent correspondent of (Tie N| \ODelta, ''Mustang/''in his description of the tttking.of the city of Mexico, ?ays—* "An incident occurred minting the breastworks on the roatl, which is worthy ^ of/recording. Lieut. Morris; of the rifles, ,wa...

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

DifBcullf.bclwoon Great Men. . Dr. Biandreth accuses Daniel Webster wffte stcnHng Am thunder ilpon thecohRtitntion. — The VGod-like" in turn accuses Mr. -Wilmot of stealing his thunder on the furthelr exien'- sion af slavery, while Brinckerhoff, of Ohio;: putx in his claim as father of the bantling, and he in turn is apcused by an anonymous correspondent of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, wiili being indebted to tho 6uid'c<|rnKno ' ndent for the idea, of the Proviso. Verily.'the road tp ' grentnesa is a thorny palh.i I |;i - ; " i •!: 11 ^y~r r 1 ThBBfcsgi»ii(i'^' TTp~'' , ' , ' As'next Thtirstltiy is the'dny eet njiau for ' Thanksgiving by the Governor of this State, we lay the following appropriate- passage from the proclamation for-a similar object of Gov. Dana, of Maine,.before "all whom it may concern," trusting that : they will read and profit thereby.' ¦ ' ¦ - " ' -' | : - "Let " not the voice of murmuring disturb the congs of praise. Let party bitterness and 80etoriun...

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

fX/^The Secretary of the Treasury hit>"¦ [ ' instructed the collector of New York, theNYork Sun says', to reiuce tho custonrh ' oo* expenses at feast ten per ceflt. ' This will*?- i feet an important saving for the , govcrnds '. —about $100,000 per annum. _^ (. ^ —__ : ' " I • Tub last recruit.—A fellow at St. LoJ ;' hns "enli.Med,the sympathies" of the R«»eil' editore.— Lx. Paper. .. Per contra, the Mexicans have "enJi ' *'^ '' sj^jnpnthjes'' of all the ' whig editors. CT ^The rampant o ' dVoiates of the WllW Proviso eometimed quote' Jefferson as fay° '' ing- their ddgma» , yet- that great statesicU v and apostle of Democracy once said tbat '& "dilfusion of the slaves over a greater sutft3 would make them individually happier, ^ proportionately facilitate ' Ti)K : i.(xatiTif& MBST OFTIIRIB EMANC1PATIO5." : • (iy The convention to frame a. ne W conittntion for the State of Wisconsin, is toEf on the 8tt .of December, the election (of &!•• gates bein...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

HAnnons of Ouroon.«—Ci pt. Wilkee, who conunanJed the exploring expedition, in a letter to A^a Whitney, Esq., remarks as follows:— . ¦ , •¦Kvery one is satisfied , with' the facilities the harbors on our eastern seaboard ofti'r for commerce. -However greatt ley may be, they do not exceed those offeree by the Straits of Juan de Fuca, Admiralty Inlctj and Pnget's Sound on the western coast. These I am minutely Rcijiminted with, an) they ate not. surpassed by liny, and large onough to accommoilatc the navies of the world, and fit re T ceptaclta fot'the commerce oflhceiist, which I cannot doubt will one day, and, that not far distant, flow into ihem." ¦ I ¦ v i a.mcekizi.vo Mkxico.—Wo se^.jjy the American papers published at Ma ' tainoras and Monterey, that these cities are both becoming indoctrinated thoroughly in all the mysteries of Yankee life. Our enterprising countrymen have introduced oil entire new spirit among the Mexicans, who 'are j learning to "do business," upon activej...

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

• fX?"The Gazette , was;.very onxiMistoljoovy 'last week our opinion in .regaisl to slave - y in any. territory hereafter (o be: acquired from Mpiino. , W$, thought then we would thia weeR . reply at Icngiti iu Us infiprrpgatoryi nut upon . second thought we have concluded not to do so. Thoy have been alread y plainly expressed time and again, and. aa they irj the main coincide with those of such distinguish-W dcirtocrat . s as Cas. ", ]}uch .anan and liillas , any further repression is entirely 6U|)erfl ' uoiia. By the bv, we cannot see the object the Gazette 'has in continually harping! upon, this subject—it has " planted itself upon the platform of opposition to <i»if further acquisition of territory—wo have assumed the opposite ground., If, as we think , there j WiU btj ad <Jitional . territory, acquired, it vyill be time enough then to discuss vy.lui t^ hnli and vvhal shall not be the charoctcrof its domestic institutions.

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

SbvcrgGalr.—Saturday ni<;lit lost closed in with one .of the most sever i gales/.which this part ofthe'Lnkes has been visited[with this year. Prom four in the iflbrnoob. till sunrise Sunday morning, it blow almnet a hurricano. Olio or two awnings wore blown down iu the streets, but we do not I earn , of any further damage. Several vessels lay at anchor outside the piers during the storm, and rode it out safely. The jnail Iwat Champion. made tlie port during its heig h', without dancer. Thu propellor Princetoi wns thirteen hours nn her passage between this port nnd Litllefart, a distance ojf forty miles. She lost one of her smoke-pipes, stove ir her outwork*', and received some other dam ige ' x, yet sho rode out the gale nftfely. 1 Tbe ofBcors of tha boat state they never beforeei)i;ountered such a storm on these Lakes- Thi wind was accompanied by torrents of rain.—Chicago Drmocrat,8th imt. i .

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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

ff/*Two Editbrs had n fight in Pittrbm* hut week. Cowhides, b)wSo-knire»*nilP* tols were flourished, but :ortan»te1yther««< no one killed, andi no one wounded. 1* shame, eenllemen—don'i yo i know ";oori" tie hands were nevejp mat to I > tear each W** 1 eyesotit," ' v . ' . "' . | O^^Tho Irifanwusty pitorious M»i ¦» * tell,' lias been tried in <ew York, vA& tenced to one year ' s conlinement in the P*^ tent *ry x A rLght ' eouj i entence, only * ¦»¦* t^Jighti * ' .i ¦ \ . f OC^Miorris tB Wipis 7 Home Joornii «* 13lh was n gem in newnpaperdom. B<** being e>f client in conton:», itj*as typog^r cally ono of the mos^bea itifol in theee^ May ita days be Ionjrjn t !»e land, and M ^ ow never be less. ' -?

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

Businkss iji Esoland.—We concur with theopiuinn expressed by tho New York herald, based upon the last news from Europe, aa follows— • "On the whole, we consider the accounts much more favorable 1 ban those received by the steamor of the 10th of October. There had been a more 1 1 limited nttmbor of failures ami to a less amount iliun was generally anticipated. Th6 corn markets had Miiproved; opt j imcVi.^.:'»f/j"Wf,V'R« 1;ftl;(virgvt.li"iO.'/U'ttt England had increased its"bullioi)and extended its circulation, and been more liberal in its discounts. This is the, gist of uccoiinttj received by the Washington, nhd there is certainly grounds for the belief thut the revulsion had reached its culminating point, aud is slowly subsiding. Look out fur a relapse."

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

Sbnatoh IIaNni;oan—A Fight.—We rejrret to notice during the last week, at Crawfordsville, la., a quarrel took place between Senator liaiincg'ni ami Air. E. McDonald, which had iu tirigriii a year pas>t in what is silid to have been a molj, in which Mr llanneg|iu was a party amitl when , McDujinld savs he got bnockej into the cunal, thr<>n<;h the Senator's instninifntaiily. Mr, McD, lias ever since threatened vengeance, whenever hp should meet the Senator, an.! this was the first time the parties nipt. Th? Senator \vas attacked by McDonald—-knocked down'anil trampled underfoot, and hi^ face horribl y lacerated. After the Senator was released, ho relnrneiKwiih a gun, for vengonceun,McDonald, but he had escaped. Such scenes ore much to be regretteJ.—Cincinnati Gaz. >

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

i fj^Uponif|e pjfinciule ^ Weiuppose, that it takesjbui j^ile^}<? n^s. :a ' foor l«ogh, " the y ?hi^i»ro ^ejojciojB^i ' iK exceeding ^reat joy at the resnl | }h*SJaesa9J>upelts ' ' ' " 5- O^EiWrla'ha^ de ' olarpd hetwlf Independent of til " <Mier political communit es, and calls upon the notions of Christendom t) assist ¦ ' • ber ' in mainraininir: Iho position she haa assumed/ " ' ' '' " ' ' j " p ¦

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

The'M nnnons have located tTleir grand (ratht>rini> place about half way between the Utah and S.il^ Ltike,in California, (in a'strrrim which connects the two waters. The distance between the two lakes it about sixty miles— ;a fertile valley .extending the Jivhole distance, of several miles in br sidth ' ;. They have laltlotit a citv, atld cnmm^ticeil making improvements. They are in tb ;'tnM«t of the ' Ulackfeer, Utah aiid Crow tribe* of Indians, who are said to be peaceable, ai d. favor this 83lllemcnt.

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

... Thaller. Mr. Maffit lias got into trouble' *ith #om« of hlb brethren in Cincinnati , for * preaching ti|toti the Mexican war, and enrteav-) urinjf »» s' o.v that the cooq«e«t «f that conntry, is a pail of the design of Providencp, for, . reformlpg' thcr i religion awl morals of the cointry. There (s one thing to be said irj K»"Bt ' i! pr.ii»e, whether tho ground he . ocoui piejs iu ln» sermon* .' uj tenabla or not.. He u f>n Itha side of ;hi« c.iiuitrv", as every patriot! should bo, —.V; Y. TniSun..

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

. . . ' -," • - ~ t r4 ~ *-M—' ' i > ¦ i ¦ i ^ ' ' ' - ' ' r, /.. , An adyerlisonteot .in tho Morning, Chronicle ojfrrs a rerrard of three guineas, for k set geqtlemen ' s teeth, which were lost in an 6m-Dibuson^Snnday. piil ' yth|uk of going but to dirjk* and'when tho foaiit and boiled stand in k]l ' their ([lory before you,'finding, confound it4 that you hove not got your teeth in > *our pocft-

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

EDiToas.—An editor' s duties (says somebday) even in a case compara tively tlnitnportam, are enormous and Unthankful; tlio»o ho pratae», "love bmi less than their diiiner: "' and those he finds fanlt fhk, "Hate him «-or«e than tho devil." -~ ,H ,oimtBL« Mt?RD ,Bii.-«Con«lder tblo WWJW' in ' erii has beciin roii'^d in otir . pinca Uy ' tho; finding, on Tuesiluy^last, of the body; o( ai Gerinan, un ' med CtidVies Koiilmon, near iho Wad leading ' .froni tWs village He Prairie Tdu Sac, nbont 18 imtekfrom this town, it appears that Mr; J<. Ifod left his bAe smtie five days previous!;, with a view of gi ing to ^ Milwaukee-, bavin;: i, ' , p\6 pussesaiou SjU40 iuforeign gnld; untl hiiv||ng proceeded biK a short distance was brutally muidorcJ, nnd robbed pf.the money ha had. , A ; ball Imd,- par sed through Ins head and urni, and his throat 'W ns cut. I. Circum stances fastened si spicioii upon Jucttj) Gross, a Frenchman, residing in. ; the neighborhood, who has been arr: »tdd,...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847

The liope ; of fiapjilfiesk ii» ^'bridgo^woveD «ot of *unbe,ams sn' d^ne color s of the rjiinbowi which carrietui over the friaWftil chasm of death. . . - I * *

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