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II•pe he did
I love tor, perhaps ho had
hisl words. ..erSho, usually
es at this-point With a sigh,
solution to discard him from
would love tio one w o did
ended her re
and a haught
not love her.
In a fe es
ment for Geo
ip Col. Watson left hisen amp
',town, where he arrivea, har7.
.ant attacks, Majoi Lindsay
[To be Gontnued.].
rased by co
f the Delta, in Mexico, relates
tepei:ate pnd inhuman proceed-
iDEATIIOF A FANATIC.The
ings,of a M x'iCtn - fanitie: It series td il
lustrate the e ing entertained by Me!ticansr
generally t 4 a all sexes, and, conditions of
~ . .
the America ople:-
While at 'a rgo, that gallant Texian of
ficer, Col. C 4e. first heard of the inhuman
massacre ne r erraivo. He started in im
ruediata- pu a h of the tnurderers, t rain
down retrib ti a justica upbn their herds for
their daeta r I conduct. lie 'suttee ed in
capturing o e f Urceat,s °Akers, who, a 'fa
naticism, n d nbt,' instigated the atro ities,
too revoltin t decency and Vinianity to be
described. H was identitled'ai the murder
er of Burns, 1 was seen. te mangle, most
horribly, wi h , is own hands, the dead bo.lies
of the Ame icon teamsferli. Moved by, the
'spirit of a f l erron, 'he attempted , and would
have murd red, the grief distracted datighter
pf the unfortunhte Burns, but for the :interfe:
.tedee of e..bther o ffi cer is the stuns division.
After he taken dud. bound by throngs
”rang, seized a pistol
eke had laid down, fired i;t. and
1 the knee. rag ed fey an
M? his sword ,' 1 ut - his anger
the sight o tjk cord s ` which
s, and he desisted fr in hie
He was then place in a
ick soldier, guarded bla file
s theft conveyed unti ' they
kt where the massacre hod ta-
' which Col.
, confined h I
' hasty pu
f of men a
halt was ordered, unt I the
uld be performed, no of
ho had lost a brother n the
h his rifle s unrrceived, o the
one hundred and fty y ards from
ii, where he secreted himself be
h, and waited until his comrades
n spube between him and the butch
irother,- when ho fled and drove a
ili his b. . . The desperate min
t the ' which bound -him ,to
ut, sna • the gun of the sick sol
mule . alMost superhuman e ff eit:
one o the guards, which he came
-breadth of accomplishing. I
sites of bu
hind a bu
left an o •
' ere( his h
life was c
die 4 and
• to shoot 1
within a j
o .3 C l .9: s D h lS i l n O g ß t ß ol ' il V u OL ti tl io .4 ll, TPß to CALR 0
0 . f Saturd y
!yes that the President -inters 5
medlntely about 6,000 more Ivolun
s too the public service: They are
I y i nte nded to fill up the places of
er whose time is about to ex
's +bably that many of them will
ren gements; butt, to provide for
ib ontingency, it is deemed best to
pre ont call. These trocpsle in
strengthen the divisions of ou ar
, at-Santa Fe,,the army in the 'ree
e o Grande, and the column of
z. The Union says:
nnies hoth of Gen..SOott and. Gen.
ill be proniptly reinforced, till even
t prit,e, vain-glorious and obstinate as
c,shall see and feel the utter itnpe.4
Ur continued resistance.. 'We have
suggested, but we will not vouch fo'r
to call i
ply,l viz :
i-army will b•
ter not leas t
I nccomp lab
of the estimate, that the fernier
i in all etyma-20,0N, and the lat;
ilan 10,060. The end to be thus
is Well worth the price of its
ente, f or that end is-.secure nud
ace,, ith j o ist indemnity:' _
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..e, a ate, on ecticut so triqmph=
Wh gerA is when looked,upon with
tof istory, one of the greatest mitt-
Icould ruktsibly have befallen that
lucky of all parties, inasmuch as it
ea the parallel between the conduct of
dere) party ditring the last and the
wh)g party during the present war.
tient was them b/ucwith Federalism all
he i' now equally tinged withAodern
~ a d eqna4ly strenuous in opposing
er Sates in time of w'ar. We there
ngrilate the. democracy npon, the
f this election,i as it replaced and es
' a the great landmarks which seemed
e degree obliterated, and exhibits the
tion urfederalism again expoied. -
haps th i
. . ,
i Net Orleans Picayune. , in pi blishing
r fr.m Santa Anna, before tl e battle
I na V sta, from which it is obvi ,us that
ntel] upon taking Gen. Taylei' quitp by
e, says—"He little thOught at the mo
o w s preparing this order, that Capt.
cCu loch, the gallant Texan R nger,
en ii on an eminence inside his iick-
Iv looking' into his camp wit spy
.o pt. McCulloch assuredly p form
feat of penetrating Santa Anna s camp
of h a pickets, and returned to Agna
sally and reported his observations!"
'OW THE WHIG Yurrortr!--reop e
Sip raise the shout for the defeat f
tion that guartees equal rights at I
t9.a1l men. Mechanics and lilbo .
that the protection to your honest
dstry is for the time Ofeated.—
'common people," that the• danger
ntent of electing your own judges
-Raise the shout, loud and long ye
I of W
• pri vil
.d mothers of the rising generation,
..1 system that Ihiuld have enabled
cafe your chidren without/money
ut price, has b en voted 'dokn as a
orthless instil Lion in Wisconsin.
ird of night scream it through 'the
' a a
at ti fundamental law whietirecogniz
o so oreignty of man, without limiting
rivil, ges on account of his birth-place or
, t iouiqbelief, has been repudiated aw un
throf the grebt State of Wisconsin.—
ut, one. and all, and cry out,!‘greatis the
:r of Money, we nre dust and ashes before
—lllil i- "
1 ed t
1111 Ivt.._ .. fronfthe
ot4 Union that in-the rece n t • massacre
subseque,nt engagement m New Mexico,
'Miens occupied n conspicuous part.—
learn also from the Independence (Mo.)
rigidr that when the fortified church of
s irr(s firftd by the ,American forreP, a
blo dtplaW appeared on the, ramparts bear
d,ir Ila 'of truce. Ws was shot from her
I. :- .In these engagements," says the Ex
tor,, , the Indians fought better and did
re e ccution than the Mexicans. They
'I kill our men with their
le arrows nt.,n dis
-1150 yards," while on horseback they
'Flit. TRAWIDY.—The, Cincinniiti Corn-
Oil the 18th, state's that an awful trag
itS enacted at Lawrenceburg, Indiana,
inight of-tile Oilf.' A . man named
l uarreied with" a Mdis named. Clark:
/ commenced figlitink with wagon
,;) ; from this'play they took to knives,.
lie'reiuit was the Chkrk had file ,bowels
ni -*rid after this was done succeeded in
ng Cross. ",It was expected that Clark
ital die. The fiunrrel commenced lie
4 tensing the other with holding illicit
unit: with his wife.! The fightdis des - -.
.1 by an aye witness,, Was.,a*ful—both
it fighting for some minutes in perfect dos
lation with their bowels hanging out.
le • ot
ET hTUNu ,Occimanmon....Thn Dubuque
• • publican has published art account of a fall
terelites in thatjutighborhoOd. ' In one lust-,
ce, In large stone some six feet in dinineter,
(I resemhting a mass of sulphur; in its des
.nt:vent through a largo 0-cu ff crushing it to
• m and entered the earth to' she .depth ,of,
out. twelve f eet, from whenca 'it was after
_,J. J , ''
lulu Nettqrea by those who ` 'witnessed its
,Froin Verti Cris.' ,7 • ''''
TL 4 'N. 0. Picayune" give us 'articulate
cf the news, which:arriied by the so ip Loois
ilk, gathering ft, as it seems , fritin hatsig
al at American ptow?sii, a newspaper , called
e "American Eagle,' which has
t been start
at Vera Cruz: • . ,i
. On the 26th March Gen. Scott had the res,
olutions of .Congress.presenting the thanks of
,Congress to Gen. Taylor and his army, pie=
di !gated in general orders, in the f llowmg
rds: "As manyi of those' gallant officers
•an men who achiaved the brilliant ictories
alluded to are now with this particul r army,
at"a great distance from the disci guished
Maj. Gen. Taylor ' the pleasieg duty!devolvea
upon. tile rneral-in-chief to anuopnce that,
reoclution n punted orders to the whole at.-
my now with him."
i ) The Eagle says that some men belonging
tel bo Now York and Ist Pennsylvania Regi
ments, unit four sailors from ,the frigate Po
tomac, left Ithe wimp on Sunday, the 28th ult.
and want out into the country some seven br
eight miles. Some of them returned the same
evening and reported that they had been at
tacked,by ranchero' and most of their num
ber killed. No faitle t was placed in their rep
resentations, but on the 31st a detachment
was iient out and fonnd-the remains of five.of
thede killed. .
hey had been shot and horribly mutilated.
truing, those were killed wete the Rev. W.
1 . T.,Barnesiof Wilmington, E 41.; Robert
J 'ft', of Southwark, Pa.; George W. Miller,
of Piovidetice, R. 1., belonging to the Phila
delphia Siingersi . Benjamin Pane, of Piovi
donee, 4. I. H rdin, of the Potomac, and
threeinim lbekin ing to the New York regi
I me n t , whose winos ate not known.
A stringent order was issued by Gen',
1 Scott on the Ist of April, denouncing certaid
, utrages Which had been committed by a few
Worthtesti soldiers in the tinily, and calling
,upon the mass of the troops, officers and pri
vates, to assist in brinUag to justice those
who should disgrace our national name by any
violation of law whatever. Soldiers are not
allowed to stray from camp without a written
perniission save to the orderly and sober. •
Gen. Worth's orders ,Ne. 3 direct the al
cable to have all citizen's of Vera Cruz give
up their arms, taverns closed, save they ob
tained a special license, EL:. The Mexican
laws as between Mexicans are to be continued
• • force, and justice to be administered by
Mexican tribunais. r
Difference between 'nericans Of the army
and aut horized follow rs of the same, io be
investigatelby a milit 'IT commission. The
Mexicans are allowed t enter and leave the
city freely between rev ille and retreat.
By anothe order, C. larkoe is appointed
notary public, and invested )vith all the pow
ers slid authorities attached to such office un
der Ile laws of Louisiana and Mexico.
F. M. Diamond is appointed collector, (pre
viously atinounced) and Felix Peters inspect
or of revenue r J. P. Livy is appointed- har
bor master. The former alcalde, It. I. office, t. Col. Vela,
hiving deciinelito continue iii
Holzinger is anpointed in his place.' ,
pertuinAndisa and cafes are licensed, and
the sale of liquors in an unauthorized man
-1 ner guarded against. - , '
, . .
• Vans C ant, April 2, 1847. -•
All is quiet here. - Gen. Worth, in addi
tion to his commercial rules and regulations,
,has overhauled the police department of Vera
' and every thing goes on i like'clock
work. I doubt whether this city froin the
days of, the early viceroys "down, has ever
had as' geed a code of laws..or as OW a Gov
In my letters by the Arkansas, Ine ected
to mention the, arrival of the *kis mail
steamer Tay. She came in eight yester ay,
aiutav tivriacikli qiiislerAgitiar_lt.l ,
cp arace op tni.,,,, , s about the place, finery"
, c One in. The Captain was douhtless asten-.
is ied to see the, "stars and stripes') flying
1 from the old castle of San Juan -- de Ulloa.—..
This morning she started' for Tampico.
A detachment, composed in part of Col.
Harney's 21 Dragoons, inarehed.thi4 morning
to take possession •of Antigua, ari old place
some eight miles north of this. Gen. Scott
will not march with the main command for
Puente Nacionel for some "days' to come, not
having sufficient tjansportatiou to wavrant an
immediate movement; but he will, or rather
has, taken, possessiOn of the roads tight and
left, in order to obtain supplies of lull kin ds
from the country of the enemy. • I.
Nothing has as yet been heard 'of the ex
pedition to Alvarado, or kit least nothing pos-
itive. There is a report that Gen. Quitman
met with some resistance on the road, ut not
the least credit is giveu to the story.
' ' Yours, lk.c.. ' G V. K. •
„The following- items from 'the New, Or
leans Delta, will be found idteresttng.=
Things in Vera Cruz arkquiet, and the Amer
ican turces generally In tfine condition:
Gen Twiggs had taken up the line of
march for l Jalapa on the 3d April, wittra col
umn o 2500 men. Cul. liarney had left the
day bOfore with his regiment, 2d Dregreensk
This enterprising and gallant officer had sue
ceded, by the most ineredible exertions, in
mdunting. the whole of hts regiment, and it
now numbers 500 strong, and n.nebler band
of cavaliers never went forth to (matte:
,„ . La
Vega;' had been at Puente Nacional, with
2000 men and nine pieces of artillery, . but
not being supported by the Government or
the people, had concluded , .to abandon the
post, and marched off his force towards the
I 'City of Mexico. Immediately after his de
parture the , citizens of Jalapa assembled to
gether and determined to send the Mei& to
the American camp, to surrender tho town. '
Col. Bankhead, with the 21 Artillery, is
under marching orders, and . would follow
,Twiggs' Column .with a long train and 1 largo
-military - force. The country people begin to
come into Vera Crpz, bringing vegetables
and ether market supplies. Gen. Worth had
enacted a tariff upon all articles brought into
the city to be sold. The market was well
supplied with beef, mut,ton, vegetables, fish
and oysters, at mdderate prices:, All the
grog-soops—except'tv'ci, respectable 'betels,
that have special license from the command
er—are 'suppressed, l and liquor cannon be
sold within the city, iwithout the consent,of
ike General in commitnd of the city. ,
• A great many laborers are employed in
cleaning the strpets' of Vera Cruz, which are
in a terribly filthy condition. &stench per
vades the whole;city, particularly that part of
it which antlered most from our artillery. It
is supposed that there must be initey persons
buried beneath the ruins of the hduses des
troyed by our shells. Everithin'ggets along
arnoPthly under Gen. Worth's gevernment.—
Several volunteers were under , arrest for out
rages egalnat the Mexican people. They
are tObe tried under Gen. Scott's order is
sued some time ago in Tampico, and it is
said', from the.tone of sentiment. prevailing in
the, army, they will-be severely, delt , with.—
Several , persons, who Waggled out from' our
camp, into the country; Were murdered, and
afterward found horribly mutilated. • •
Tito American Eagle ' s new Americo-Mex
ican paper,' has been started in Vera Cruz, by
Messrs. Peeples,rnard and lowell. 'From
the first specimen of paper, the contents of
which havo been previoettlY published in our
paper, we augur much ' for its- success' and
popularity. it, is certainly a great improbe
ment upon its predecessors, El ilndicador and
El' Locemutor. i '
(len. Scott has. taken active and extensibe
measures to complete the . train.fer ; the.,nmin
body of the army as soon as
: possible.. A
large number of melee are now on their. way
to Vera Cruz, mid large ordure l'canie , over
here fur other supplies. 'When the, army .is
encamped; at - Jalapa,- the supplies will be
landed et : Autigus, -which is forty
er Jalapa than - Vera Cruz. The army was in
excellent health, except,somo sickness, of an
unimportant- elitracter, among the Pennsyl-
/The troops out, or the
eahly situated. on the
'g the' lagoons, and are
=once -the march to a.
I FATHER MATTHEW .
city, are very ',dials
sand-hills and !Imo
very impatient to
more agreeable go
• any Even log Journal.
etter• from the RT. Rev.
• by the Cambria, was re-,
.aper was going to Press,
us,_ both in its gloiving ae-
American sympathy for
nd' the , announeememt of
us, to be withheld:—
Cosh, 31st March, 1847.
From the Al.
Tqnonow MAT ns
calmed just as our
but it is too proci.i
his purpose .
My_ Dearest Friend: - ; - -
The magni fi Ceat humanity evinced by our
beloved Brethein in the States, for the suffer
ing Irish, has ins fired every hearth: this Isl
and with ardent gratitude.
We hall ever regard America as our De
in the hour of bitter calamity. The
immen e r supply of Indian Corn, wafted into,
the Coie'of o:irk, the last few days, and the
Free Gift CargOes, daily expected, hive had
an unexpected: effect On the• Con: Market.—
Maizelas fallen from £.1:£10 the ton.—
the darkest hour of cal •y. we should not
despair. The mercies of the rd are above
all His wonderous works. lam aolved, God,
willing to leaVe Ireland for the Mee next'
summer. It shall he my constan - anxious
prayer, that the Lord may remove very ob.
steele, and allow me to indulge this arling
desire of my heart. As soon as the ex cted
bread-staff vessels arrive in Cork, I she I have
the pleasure of writing to you again, expreas
ing myJthanks. i Presenting kindest reme, . -
berance -to all my friends:
I have the honor to be, •
Dear Mr. Weed, yours affectionately,
' I THEOBOLD MATTHEW.
4, Dos*T You Donon."—The enlistments
in-qapt. Wilder's • company is still rapidly
going on. A day or two since a man from
Penfield brought in his son, who,. he said,
was determined to enlist either wit or. with
out parental consent. So the old gentleman
who ,had a little arts stimulant oni hal
made u . p.his mind to let him go peaceably,—
The young man was highly delighted with
the' idea of having the 'privilege of "killing a
Mexican," and draw on a suit of Uncle Sam's
blues in double quick time. After all was
arranges, and the old gentleman was about
departing leaving his son to " ra
o to the,wa,"
he turned to him and said, " ow tny'sion, you
are enlisted in the service o your country, ]
and if • you ever go to battle, when the bullets
fly the thickest, d—n you don' you dodgo"
—Rock. 9 v. •
BREAKING OPEN THE CATHEDRAL Et lax
ico.--We find in La. Fulda of New Orleans,
an extract from a leading journal in the city
of Mexico. giving. an account of the httempt
on the part of the government of Gorhez Pa
ries_ to remove the silver plate froM the Cathe
dral. It seems-that the •report was that the
government gave orders for -its removal for
the purpose of coitilllg it, and as soon-as the
party to whom the buisness watt entrusted was
safely about it, issued a counter-order, as a
trick for the public. The official' to whom
rumor had assigned the direction of the opet
at iondenies that therd was any order tb . take
silver plate, but oily coin; and says that Col.
Firro with 'the artisans necessary t remove
the locks from doors, and to farce or 7 n coffers
entered the treasury of the Cathedral, where
he found silver to the value of $3878, but no
coin, and accordingly lie had the doors secur
ed, leaving every thingro it was before.
Tim NBUOTJATIONS AT Via& Calm- , -In
the "American Eagle," from Vera Cruz, we
have a copy of Gen. Scott's summons to the
city to surender and rOlv thereto,
• ‘nerat a - cotOniat - 6-ummonspyrrretr o u
Tate that if the city should by capitulation be
garisoned by a past of his troops, no missile '
should be fired from the city, its bastion:3i or
walls, upon! the castle, unless the castle should
previously fire upon*the city. i
General Morales, rejected this . chance to
save the city and its inh bitants from destruc
The direr was e inently humane and
I had it been tweelite(' ni teh blood would have
been spared And at the expense of Gen.'bcott's
means to reduce the 'castle. This matter
should be distinctly understoOd.—N. 0. Pk
Is llorrn . occurren
6 ,re6 \ ntly in the
'Fork in Ow co k ty, says 'the Montgomery,
Ala. Jourhkl, ~teaches a lesson ins away op
which' ought not to be thrown away on dis
consollite widow. A lady whe hal lob t her
icorser half, but who 6d another "string \ to
her bow," or another in readiness, arrangi4
to have the same clergyman who preached the
funeral discourse over the remains oilier dear
deceased, at the-same. time, tie the knot with
the still dear liking one he clergyman ob
jected to the joint o ce.. A neighbori , g
magistra e; however, a swered the purpos•.
"11 1 e fu r.;l holtrol moats
DA cold fovnish forth the mat riagn supper." '
. This really occurred. , _
SOUTII;VAItD "THE STAR OF EMPIRE;
The tide of emigration to' Mexico, says the
True Sun, seems to hare received a strong
impulse from the cappire of Vera Cruz,..
Those who wish to make money, and thoso
'who have it to expend in sight-seing, aro all
flocking thither. There were on the It lth inst.
some 15 vessels of all Sizes xti Now Orleans
up for) Vern Cruz, and iet: so ,humeous were
the iipplication,e, that it was almost impossible
to procure a passage, at the sacrifice of com
fortof every kind.
THINii OF TIIAT.-4 • speculator who buys
largely of theprodupers remarked to us, that
t.o first thing he losdced for when he went in
t, a man's house to purchase, was a newspai.„
p r. If h o saw none, he was sure of a good'
b rgnin! Think of that! No man can cheat
‘..son who'reitds a newspaper.—Cin. Com l .
in rout. , •
015.4 good anecdote - is told of the fathe
of 'wiener §IIUNK, who once kept a tollgate
in Montgomery county. • Oneday a genius of
th • dandy kind drove up, and after enquiring
the am unit of toll to be paid and being inform
ed that it was five cents, he took a half-dollar
from his pocket, and threvi it into the mud, on
the road, instead of politely handing it. Mr.•
Shuck without saying a word, went into the
house, mid brought out his
offortmfiee Coppers, Which he also threw in
,the mud, in the same place twhere he had re
ceived the specie, and silently returned into
the house. The dandy of course did not relish
thltmuch, and after 801110 cursing and swear
ing, gave the whip,to his horse, and drove off,
leaving Mr. Shuck to gather the pennies for
his trouble. 1, •
TROCWB FOR NSW Pift:XICOA.The St, Louis
Republican of the 10th (net. says:_ to un
derstand that a report has gained currency ih
this eitY, that Gov. Edwards has received or
ders' from ; the War Department to raise two
regiments olvolunteers,to march to the relief
of those now.in New-Melded. A gentleman
Who came paesenger yesterday on.the Tamer
lane, from Jefferson city, is said to have 'de
rived the same information from the Governor.
11:?''.1'he Union Contains the following in
t mat ion of the designs of the Adminiiiiiiition:
•I'DHOW can the texicans - coatinue the w.
With any prospee f suCcees. 114 guerilla
system, is gone. ' er capital will pirobalylie
in our posession, or at least k , her table lands
Will be oc'eupied su as to peitait our troops to
advance:with additional reinforcements to e the
capital; if it should be fmindueeeesary to take
or temporarily, ritaia it: We underatad that
reinforcements are shoot to. bo thrown into
both armies; Sad if Mexico, should continue
besotted, blind to her true Interest, infatuated
by her ridiculciue 'Pride, we'anist put forth our
powerful • arm in a more vigorous proaecu-
Lion of the war."
,Lite from Ate',llloxican Capital.
SANTA ANNA'S APDRES - 6- \ ON
' PALL OF VERilk• CRUZ--Ml
'MENTSADF MEXICAN TROOPS.
' , From the N. it. I metnerciel Advertihr;
The latest - intelligence hem theacity of
Mexico - that we have !seen iii given in the
Havana Hit de In Marine of the oth inst.,
from which °translate the following: i
"On the 31st Ma ch w a pub! Shed hi Mex
ico the 'capitulation of'/ m P ttis. President
Santa Anna issued, an a &Lai t his country-
Men, ia whieh, among other_ things, ho says:
"'Mer ens, Vera Cruz is in the power of
the ene m y. klieg fallen, no before- the val
or of th e Americans or the in uen sl. of their
good ortune. We ourselve yto ur shame
be it said, have brought this fatal d sgrace up
on our arms by our interminable dissensions
• I'. z- °I am resolved to go and - meet
the enemy. •,. • • • Chance may iist- 1
cree that the proud Anerican host shell take
the capitol of the Azk, c empire; I shall not
behold that disaster, for I shell first lay d own
my life in the struggle. •
.• ' < -' • Yet
the nation shall net perish ; I swear that Mex
ico shall triumpthl if my wishes, are seconded
by wsincre and unanimous effort. ••A thou
sand times fortunate for us will, pray° the
disaster of Vera Cruz, if the fall of that city
shall twakenlethe breasts of the Mexicans
' the slbthositigm,
,the ;dignity and generous er
dor of e true Ipatricitiem. It will undoubtedly i
prove the saltmtidn of the country.'" I [
On the 27'ih March were already assembled
some troops atthe National Bridge, under
the command of iGe .- La' Vega and of the
Governor of the .State, Don Juan de -Soto.—
Between the 27th and the. 30th two brigades
kofinfentry and ono cavalry, marched from the
dipit4l in the direction of the bridge, -t it
tn. corresponding betteries, amounting i
all t.2.\ 2,000 men. [ 1 1 41 1 I i
"o[l\ : te Ist of Apri l eneral Santa j 4na
in pers n would set ont ifrorn Meal , vlth
2,000 m ,to direit he t 'military operat i ons
in the stn of Vera Ciuz; Solved , as he Says
to dispute te, grorind; in by ,inch, and I die
before he wt kroner/it to a: petste—his,nwn
words, as we fl d thetn both in leers arid in
printed documen e. .Enrolment or iroope is
[ going on at vario points. -
"The army of th North has returned to
San Luis Potosi, wh r it '
remained sal - the l
date of the latest advi s." - . . 1 . 1
The Diario de la Marta .publishes a ,con-
densed account of the' botrardment an ca-
pitulation, from its • corred rident at [
Cruz, in which' vehement reproaches are
showered on General Scott for "his hardness
of heart" in denying the, prayer of the for
consuls; that they and their ompatriots
might be permitted to leave the Ix, !after [
,the attack had begun ; and the noble con duct
of the Spanish consul Senor ,Eacale t e r , is
lauded to the skies, he having declare
correspondent says, that wi th his nett n's
flag in his hand, and at the head of his co
men and ntrywomen, he would go fortli, ,
from the -ci v end the American general
might fire at hem if he chose." The cor
respondent adds - that Sener Escalante Vwas
•about-putting his threats in execution Whe
the propagate' for a surrender were agreed on
by the Mexican authorities. ..,
The same , story' is-referred to in a "letter
from Senor Ramon Vila, "the only civil au
thority remaining in the place," to the Span
ish consul, expressing the admiration l of th ,
"civil authority". for the I consuls generon
conduct • thrdughout the 'siege—Which t e
"ciol authority", contrasts with "rho' cr el
unheard of atrocities of the ferociouS e
mies of the republic." , , [, r
FROM THE CAPITAL.
Frond clic Umlaut of Thursday.
lettero from Vern Clllz to. the
gO l dlt r at ri iirdirtieride p itn w iligNOMAlVlß
the capital has ceasedi Amid' Anna was in
full possession of the effeutive authority, and
Vice President Farina has'resigned or tee
expelled. There is no' longer an 'opposing
party in arms. It is 'reported that all, the in
telligent, wealthy, and sober-minded citizens
of the capital, and elsewhere, are anxious for
peace, and willing to yield to us as the basis
the left bank the Rio' Grando and Upper
California. is.said, on the other hand, that
the pop'ilar masses are in favor of continuing
hostilities. Our troops were abcirit to advance
upon the National Bridge and Jalapa, (30 and
GO miles, respectively, from Vera Crnz.)—
No serious resistance , was expitcted to Oa
east of Perdte, (9Q miles) if 11w *.
Correspondence f the N. Y. •Fun. jik•••
• , Mixt o, Mancit 37,lffr.
Thee twenty-four days revolution-is ended—
Vice President Ferias has reSigned, • anti
en. Santa Anna is presiding with his new
e To-day all appears quiet, but how
an it will remain solis i fincertaip.l Day-be
fore- .esterday there were dine murders in the
most f -quetited dtreet i at mid-day; and'there
are more .r less daily.
•,.T \V RMAK I ETS.
12 IKLY1 KLY FOR
VIEI TUE OBSERV ER
611 alt BY
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DEALERS IS A if GOODS,GOOCORIES, lIARD;
WAR. * Ate.' Ste,
, ilum \
Flou', bid p 425 Appitie, tdried
Pork. per tall l a3 5111 I.IIPY:d
Beef, lb ', . 2V3 Owl.
Butter,' , 8510 pur..its.
Lard; i 051 aleph,
Cheese, 1 455 ?rlef i r, . 11
flatus - •
Shoulders s'ke Pow red . --
Pateloor. 31 \ Lrmuzu.
MO rape?, Ong ,' Black Walnut/ 1
GRAIN. I i Pine, lit quelsty . ' tO
Wheat _ ; tflOa9l.l llomlnek. l/ 5.
Core, I i 371 lit quality w. W. r
IRye, ' ' ij, 40 .. , d do tl
41414 built 1 IS Cherry
Brrley • ' 334371 White oak
• m I LE rata.
4lard we d ecor! SIX - -
liloft •l u 1,124 1
'Oituidin'o co a l, _
A otbraeito, aft Oa I 0
Sperm cmidlea, lb 4115
Tallow. d o
, Stearime, I 121
702 , 75
Pleura lAA ...: $456
Pork, (mrso....sloe 10,25
Beef, (prime) • 6,59
B ard utter, lb 8144.10
Cheese ...„, r 307,1
Shouldtra .1 ,‘ '3}
Potatoes, bush '23'644
Cora meal,'ellt ' 73
bush--bush-- - ' 100
Corn , 00
II ye • .... i .50
OiliA 1. . I CO? 24
Sla y uchter,ttr ' •31
Col( " " 1 'II
Lamb p pelts .50
' ' 0
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hard food, cord I'l
Deintock ' lOl
Ohio coal, ton
OILS , 'CINDILES, ..... 1 1 1 1
Fall apenn oil -I
Bleached do ...... •• I i
Srirno c miles 50
Rite:wino candle,'" : • ' • 20
White loud, No. I, drY•cllr
Flour, per thi.,
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1 0 00,
Bans 3 ?SI 2 3
Brooms per doz. • 474211 1
ISACOn — `IIIIII2S, • 5e6.
Sides I 5
Cntrois Yarn 1849'
C shoot per, lb '/El
Dried spphis • r /50
Driel . Peaches 411215il 6,:
Burley - • 551110
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- do Aigh'
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White OA, bbl
CoJ fish, lb
r 6,5 1 1
fi vux ito er,vi ti a ntl No r ,
Lard of i
or, hush. • $4 00
lathy it 10
Ix.? Van . • - 871
/hitqlish,' bhl - ' $0 00
'n4l, rwt 3-1
Balt. bbll- ' 1 184
do dried ' ,75'
Onions. q ' - yOO
Ergs, dok. ' 14
47k1nr. btil / ft
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Soap, }.... 3}
Whlekoyi Iran i -1 , ..... 20
It igh inos ' • tM
Levi, w hUi1d....../ •
Beaus, hush • , 71'
Wool, lb. / 14120N1
114 Y. inn• ( s'-& 1 o
Wheat ! 7 / CO
Coro/ • • 40
,flicks, green,. 8 50a0 50
Pig trta,tal : . - $ 2151325
Bar iron (tor lb , . 31
I Nitile_ 'in'sni co
,Clover se ed . .3 f.a.k4 00:
Timothy seed , 1 25a1 37
Flaxseed ' ' ' 7303 -
Tanner s oil; 1 , $ 1702,1
- Fellow . ' - 7a7k
Woo), Rd id quality, 10a20
t.zugar - , 71.111
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the Laboratory of Gee. W.' Merthant,- ITheinist,
Lockport, N. Y. . -
.C.l"Alinost every pedlar in th country is now
putting li a p and imposing on 111 public, an article
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Fassett, Ashtabula, Ohio; D. N. Webster, Con•
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if this exceedingly sfal
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ire misery end,. death 1
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is; and in nine cases out of
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it. Price 59 cents per hot-
A. . Cotemen, New York
1 E 0 agents, Erie, Pa.
i ' 45
WE are /Uow prep, d.,tw.make, or repair
Steam Engines, an to sati.-fy thosd wl-r
have doubts as , twour ahili o turn out super' ,
cork,, wo invite their inspacti , of one which v
ave recently built and put_ in , erattoniat ou.
' /LESTER., SENNETT & 'JESTER.
O.—A second hand•Fngine of horse pow
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,Erie. March 20..1847. 44
/ TN exchange for Girodds. any quantity of G. , d
L HEMLOCK FENCE BOAR/13;6A 10 , an'
42 inehei wide, 14 attd - 16 feet lona.
tiltM, LOCK :YOICE; 1 1.2 by 10, and 2 1.2 by
12 ; 0, 'l6, 18 and 20 feet long. •
HEMLOCKSJIT,DGING, 2 by 5 and 3 by : 4;
10,-14 and 10 feet — lena-,' for which the highert
market price will be paid, when i dbiivered.at hie
Ltpnber yard at the foot of French. street.
WMi TRVESDAIL. '
Erie March 4, 184 , • ' ; 42
' s • RIE WO LE FAC ORY, I
A CARD.—MII - IAFF Y & BREWSTER,
Proprietors of the Otie Woolen Factory,
takes this method of return', g their thanks to their
friends •and the public fort , o very liberal patron
ago extended to their 'Fact ry since its creation
and hope - to merit and obta an increase of pat
ronage by the great inducem me they this season
offer to ail who have Wool to xchange for Cloth,
Cassimere, Satinetts, TweedS, •c. They will Vi
so manttfacture, Wool on the 611. Ns or for pay, to
suit customers.- •
Erie, May IG, 1840.. - aip
°LOVE?, SEED, of a superior quality, for sale
NESS RS. WILLETTS 4. CRAIN havethe.
A ll pleasure ' of announcing to the Ladles end,
Gentlemen of Erie and vicinity that. they have
taken rooms in, the Comrpercia‘ Exolhange And
are now prepared to execute Daguerreotype
Likenesses in a style; which .for truthfulness of
ropreitentation, and for minute and accurate biend r
ing of light aect shade;cannot b 43 excelled - by the
most delicately finished steel engraving. - , •
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cession, gives them a superiority over the best
Masters of the Ar,tomd they invite a comparison
of their pictures with those ' f the most celebrated
operators of the daY. ' I
•11_.?" Likenesses in clouti, weather as • well 'as
in fair, and warranted.
Erie, March 27, 1817. ' 45
CLAIRMONT POPLINS, a new 4 ao beauti
ilulartiele for Ladies Dresses, javt received
at H. ,CADVIELLN.
Sept. t 9, 1646
ASUES.—Those ha-ins good Ai.hes`will, do
well to deliver them at our ashery soon as
we aro now working , off what *e have on hand.
April Bth 817. • S. JACKSON Sr. Co.,
NOTICE---The subscriber will eontract and
' pay cash for any quantity of Poplar,' Cher
ry, curled Maple, and Black Walnut, Luthber, de
livered at his Yard, foot of French ktreet, Erie
• • WIM. TRUESDAIL.
Erie, December 31, 1546' 35-
WREC* OF THE HEAI:SN STRONG.
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to have any Goods on this vessel when Wrecked.
Our goods are all safe on terra firma, and we have
now an store a very complete stock of
DRUM AND MEDICiNESi
Glass-!farel Perfumery, Combs, Readies,
Fancy Atlicles, etc. etc.,
to which we titmeth4ttention,of the syhtpothir
ing 'and all o.hers.qind assure hern that they cast
b© uceommodated in the..best and very lowcet
terms. Those that call on us,wi I not, be likely
to purchase ielsetrhere.
- December 5, 1816. , • .N0,'5 . ; Reed louse.
; SPRiN - FASUIONB OR, 1847.
QMY as the Fashion' oflGiniletain's Hats
0 for The S int; of DM.. i (entlemen wishing ,
'to pitch- and invi te d to eIA aril exatnitib, the
are very, beautiful. '- i i .' 0 i
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v . ..„-.,_, -.I i I - 11 CHEAPSID,F, has jus-
OW . I cl " U. 1 -1:1 I received trtnnPletv, York
_ - \ .
. . a new and eleimnt supply of book
embracing Theological. Miscellaneous, Su
and Classical School Books, St"tionory, .- , &c.
which Will be sold cheaper for cash t . ever be
fore uTered in this market. Am. ng' Ids Stock
may be found— " - • ' ! . 1"
Arithon"s classical Nev. 85, ilp.oblfismh Greek
and English Dictionary, 13.5; Webster4 i ittkon
ary, e 3 53. . Yt ; c,
Anthon's Virgil, 82, Anthon's'lloibee, 81.75
,do Homer, 1 50, - ' do ' Citiero, - 135
AnthoWs Japobs' Greek fteader;sl%- • _
do , 'do , '' do , Lesmns, iI, ,
-do ,do Listen do 1,,
do , Ido- .1 .do Prossody ? 1, ' 1
• ' do ; . 'do - Sallusi4 t 1„ ' t
I Davie's Mathematics, i,scluding /Ombra, Lit•
'gender, Analytacal Geometry, Survey,:ing, &c. t
Davie's arithmetic, Kirkbam'4l3rattimai,
Adams' do',. , tlaillttjj S His:o4,
Mather's Ge010gy,....,,,- Olney's Geogra - phy, ,
Mm Lincon's Boto4; • / 1 Morse's -do _
Cortfitock's ~ I-do e• Mitchell's do 1-
,Bwrett's Geography of the Heavcns, with large
and splendid atlas; also, the Electic series of
Reading , Booko., •
• AndreW's•and Stoddard's Latin Gratnmar,
. do —I, do _ 'do neticier f ' '
Comstock" chemestry and philosophy,
Sanders' Read rs/ Beane is Book [Wiping,
Walkers Diet oary, Cult's ,_ do r
Johnson's . o -,' Mtors Byron, ~ ! '
Scott's co ientarie's,,6 tto $l3,
Dick's works, library e'ditimi; also, 'cheap,
The works of Chesterfi i cti ,
Fox's book Of Martyrs, ' Jese
Plutareh's Lives, • tt 011
Lady of the Alanor, ' Add
Good's study of medicine, Dry
Hooper's med. Direry# Ebe
Gay's med. ittris'deriee,
Cruden's concordance, , } Pllil
- i nylandhs elements of fAI
The School and the Sefie
• Dr Olin's travels in: the e ,
• Guide to the PrOWeirisj
Dumas Travels, ' Borns , 'Notes,' ,
Fuller's works,. • , - New Spirit oldie Aze,
Clialnier's work ... --„BrickS religious ancedtrei
Malcom's travels, •i: dititt'sltome,
Prideaux's conneion, Life ri Heber,
Works of Charlotte Eliribeth, compkie, .
do Fredrika Bre erj i do -
Moshim's eclesiastical Vstory,
Luther on' Galaiions, Jorve ' elntrelt - t Hisiory,
Pictorial History ofihe Anaericaii Revoltition,
Life and Sermons of Whitfield' ' -. i
'Goldsmith's England, i I
Parley"ii Universal History, 1
Together with Many other valuable works too
numerous to mention in the liniited space of an
advertisement. Call and see—n o . Charges for
showing books. ii
~ ~ .
June 13, 1916. 1 1 .
a warranted article for
'dutiful brown or •
linen, or or
teessfully in col ing
, and be sure du get
Signriles or Flair way
, roprielor or his agents.
. 7 1;sil FOIL Timurny S sub, Cscribers will pay cash' for dp d clean Timo
thy recd. B.TONILINSyN
/ Feb. 13, 1!9111. 3tl
' Ploy. 28
Goods, can tbund
LESTER, SEUNIN ET'
en, 12., 1516. I
A LLkinds of PRODUi.,.
great bargains far C.
cription at the cheap store e
NEW ESTABLASHMENT. . '
AUCTION &CI AIIISSION STORE ' :
tu'er 4l gn
ed b lealtoin fo
commenced ( above business at the' 4 ,old
stand of John '.: aham,o' State street, two doors ,
Borth of the Eagle Hotel, there they aro ready,to
receive a 4dispose of ill Nis of the
be eonsi ned to them, either ; by pllblictAtietion
or Priv, Sale. They hope th - atiyl strict. attan
Lion to 01l business entrusted to th m, to gain a
[.hate of t the public patronage. . hey *ill also
keep on hand a choice stock of ready matle'clotl .
int 4 suitable to 'the seasons, which die, !will s. I
cheap as the cheapes.. . .. d . ', •
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Erie; April 3,- 1547: ".. - ' , • .6
IMPORTA T TO PRINTERS.
EGRANGE, &I RAYMOND ; IPrinting , ink
\ , - Jltanuflarturers; N 0.,...,. Sprudo Street New .
k, would respectfully unounee to the Trade
tha . they have Teltnmene dl the manufacture of
INK. and will keepeuns antly on handle supply
of the llottinVescriri'ns viz:
News nd 'Book slum Iti'fur hand and power
Presses. - ' ; ' • ,
'Copperpl 0, Bank Note, Music, ../cylographie,
Li hographfc and IndelTe, for eheinteal printing
on Silk or Cot n goods'.
olons of all 'rids will be pre ed antiwar
ranted eqUal in al ,respeet ito the b imported,
Also ' Mold Size,; old and Silver In
. P. LEGRANG6 k ho has had many ears ex
perience in the largest nd most eetebrat •d Man ! u
ufactorses of l'ari P. Iti 74 cam. Le:Mimic t Rose
Rini Tot Matiroi, , No.j , Paris, wilt giie his'
person b 1 attention to the bit 'nese. -
' N' . ./kll orders addilesse to 1116 subscribers
press will . htl Punctually:attended to, and i fttk prepared
thgclititete, pre and too fee which they
are intrded. •y- . ~ , --, ----, ..
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.ATCH MANU &TIMERS:
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000 lbs Itull!Brimstoneil. '
0:11 Gttui j • .'-
213 Phosphortts, warranted good, ,
_sf:l Roml?a aphl Arabic
ye mere bane expresSly for (Match
ors, old will be sold NW, :t
1846. ) i'i-1 • i
CLES of old, Silver and German
i -Ft ames, an e*nsive assortment of
id conkeit: Also,Ne celebrated Peri;
acry,,sOperior toltny in use.
G. lIPIONIIS Sr. CO.
7, Reed liolise.
Nov. 11, 1816
November 21, y 846. -
', Notice is,
en 'to all i
Allan .0m I
thelso of May their
accounts *ill, be left
in, the' hands of a pro
'per oftcerl •for collee
,tibn. I. 1
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April 10, 18
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Will manifect their exeellenve in relieving the body at
ny precursor* of alurittingdiseasex. - keepine the bin
ell gently open, thereby centring 3 the continuants-1,
health. Elite most eini4nt chemist in New York is'
given Ms eertiMtate that these Pills aro PURELY YEl s
l ETACI-E, or
I - NATVREi,,Ckt.VN 11.1P311EDY:
The great princitile recegnized by the nixeot eo of i .
invaluable medicine is, thot elf ry part of the he 3
gmm'tether in he - olili or dixt.uso;is,,,brought wider the t,
oo of the digestive organs. This vimiii sad r c t,,,,i
limo forms th e only ground on' whites it rind foxily
edfcine can bc recommended. Operating 33 , 0 ,.di 0u.
OM principle. DR BiIIiTIPS PILLS '
IFITH.ENGTHEIV TILE STo3l,ica
Proniote the secrettuni a the LIVER: SKIN, and klti.
N ENS, and REGULATF. THE BOW ELS, thin by 0,16,1.
ing the ONLY NATURAL 29.1 eamisteat method of in
--Air mg the LIFE BLOOD PURE, by cur ectuig the Tan.
tad lymeirs of the wholo trim. , ,
It s impassible to7oe every particular in this hoof
noti e, but those Pills are earuedli rectimiteudrd u i
mesas el' preVauting to tench Misery and dneise; skid
grow nut of etinstipatiOn of the bowels, nerlitted eye
.liglit uttiu-lt*. ke.. &c.', and which it is - ffi - the pover 4
ALL TO PREVENT. !
- These Pills do not PALLIATE, but
3' 111111;: ir tI JRE 1
Most all dne tsesrkr th'e Western t'uunt6., and sir
, ' - ALL BILIOUS DISORDERS,
1 They eland ,atone, nuparalleled—TllE - saw MINI '
l'it !END. Anioilg3the complainti for‘srlifeti takie Pita
are highly reeommendcd,:nro the f.,110,9 0.
FEVERS. ,I 1 1 . . PAIN IN THE 4142 . .. I
- DYSPEPSIA, 5 , ,LR01,11.1.
IKIMGES lON, BAD BLOOD', • `,
COSTIVENESS; , OKSTRCUf MKS
HE AI)ACHg, ~ FEM 11-E COMI4.IINII,
BAD APPE I'ITE, It 111-11MATBM, 3 .
IMARRIREA, WllO iPINIi Ttnini,i;
DYS ENT A R Y. WI - Ali NhItY,F,S,
LIV If It fjOMPLAINT, Ills - I - ERICS, .
r' WOICMS. - • - t OUGIIS, 1 .
, 11E.MITISURN. 3 COLT S. i
BILIOUS i '1101.1C , „ INFLUENZA,'
rom.sTomAerri mu.' Es,
'JAUNDICE, . LOW svinrEn, iti
illy following the . simple directions which 3C ( 44114.1
eVery bog of genutuU pills, ti permanent cure inn k et
fifeted.:lilost of the liosPirAl.n in New York km pi.
op these Pills the preference over more this po tic& t is
he x e been [lifted, and several EMINENC , PIIISAILV,
isi New lark and clrherei use them Li their Tortu.
BEWARE OF .IMPOSITIOS,
he demand for Pei. Smith's Stills being err,. k , 're
Ile ax; several unprincipled pefflons have moat a
th must miseralile and dangerous stuff, and 'top: du
off for the „legume., have put on u ...hating of tut .--
Therefore , beware, and always look fur , •
TILE WRITTEN SINGSATURE Or&
;• BENJ. veIIIIIVILL , I
On the bothom of es MY box, to counterfeit Which not
' GER V. More than3Dol.l certificates hat e et, o rieel
at' the principal oaten' and thug people area l re renviE
"Smith', lIPTald & f r inzette,” where they tail teal opi
most important cures. , 1 1 ,
Wein e, for want r,,,,,,,,, but few
From Rev: Luther Lee. , i ..y - -- ,
Dr. Smith's Pills are purely x egetable...ppe-ve Sr
, and produie A good result. lieTif It If'.
Editor Tear Manna,
• ' . From the Rev. J. - Kellett.
My wird line taken Moffat's, Morrimies,anrlar°Y
ern. but she has teethed more benefit from Dr.iedi
Pills than roll otheri. ;She Idic% es they rus), fora,: i
females with perfect 'safety, without chaiigin; hertz
ployment or diet, . rail at any season.
' 1 , : JOHN KELLITT, '
• ' Frorn3th firt Pic 7 ol l is y t r i t n le Nt tn l 6 l B .7 kllL
Dr. G. lien): Se:titles Pars bui-YFutirrly rood es
dizziness in ini-it edit, nail getierni,Weaktienetun omit
My family tom Omni with the licsMintilti.. I roil I
be.without them.- I - F. 11. NA511,31 4 , l'on, ft st.
From the, Ed. orate Black ii ,'r Jeonisl.
Dr. Smith's Pills are free flout th ol , irehoto to rto
other pills aro linhle,and are the boot mnhclve the
ha, e yet seen. 1 - . 3 t.i.gi.Elb.
• 1 Frani the P. M. Tonna a iii3N.l• • ;
Dr. Sin ith'sPill 'mettle best I !informer and, kr.
- JAC. KQL 3 3 R,?..V.
I E l ev. S \Valiant, ,Pittshukti
Inns' w orks,
'sons' de '
len's . de k,
le's Practice, -,
r reece, etc. * :
I have Mind Dr.Smilles Pill., and in.* tt?!%.3re.t
medicine, de. EA. WILLI. 10. let larS!.
- ' Vain Rev, J. G. L. Ilaskim.l I '
lur- Sm —.I
th's Pills are tn. great demand in'tifi l jeo
'Dom thei pleasantness and ellicvy., 1 1
, I I JOHN G. I..IIASKINS. Nation .\ T.
From M. Dame, the quaker.'
I D '
r. Sin th=lipipeeted Friend—Tby Pill. are Wila
very rapt ly, and give l first rate sati,factia 'snap's,
rdkoepel . . !HOSE'S DAME: lklill..ts..t.
' k .
Dr. Smith—Your pills well !died hoer.
J E t l. EATON (0 )11f310CRAT.
D. Smith-1 am much plea, , ed, winAiiur lud.‘ii
Sugar Coated PHIS, and e themin my (milt. ,
- • • F.D. BROOKVILLEVA.)A 3 tER IC-0
Thn above aro Only • row extracts—but we mitt° r
a° "a whrile Int*spatter with sietulsruser. Thew '
are now the most popular in this welt!". ,aaa p re
me t general sotisf,tetion,
• hese Pills till always cure COLDS ia a much a°.
Pie sant way (li . any other remedy.. For thll tr ir
1 'c . • r,
Jit)f being deceired,is ,now apparent; Ps NM .
Pills have become very popular throughout the el'
initiators have sought to paint off weithltOl 3 . ll4
"coating of sagart to cover . up a moat thisrepal
Dr. Crumbee ker i of Wheeling;Va. says thn
that piece came near lo in g his life frociota eccu
co nterfeit Coa ed" Pills. Also, Pt t1 ' .1 ,,.0
LOtisrillo, y, isas sei .ed iolovijroc" 4
their use.. • 60:
Get the mane or get none, endore thsl
SSD VII is tiwitten 'with pen on the - bottom of Eel t 4"
t ,of noiv nod'itiozap
& Z: HE ::T'EN'S.
can ho exehangea-
OODS dvery des-
JACKSON . 4 -'Co;
BOST P 0 11 :
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NEV YORK, rpOreetsvich su t ' -
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(arch G. 1817. , ' - ' te
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NEW A DVERTIS ...)dENTS.
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it addition to th "r atv•
rock of GOODSJaIk •I:
ssortment not u:ttall) faZ
tis section oferstratry., -
~ : d with care and at prietl
inablilow, they eifecl. ° ,
tole to accommodate lee:r r:
tons with all articles ilt . K.r l :l
rice=, . i
AXES.—Waters 'AC , Co'; i Cati SAI
- the dstzen or male. , . s oN i et
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February 13, 18•17. '
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QALT can be s had at B. 'roman. , 1 ,
;..7 Ware lipase,. fith street can 3l • ll3 Vis•
, not been bxpoSed to • the n cattier, 1
cheaper tie n ,elsowhere. :
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,ebruary 13; 1817. '
1 •-• . - - ,
A. ~b ,
rim glity eof Sheer Skin'- tIl -
Erie Dee. 5, 1810 ‘
1 . .
AORIIIiii3ONS, with the itoprov,:a oi
too Viol, Violin and 011/110. `tr i g
i - • '-G., WOO
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ov. 11. 18 t 6. . N0.7•-Reedlte,
tee :Ur Darkness.—C - innp tenr.
rirrl Lumps, warranted god.
mneys awl Wicks; very ehelP!''
' it.4l.ooNt IS fire , °',
hereby g i v .
ear's su b.. ,