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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

LYTLEk HAMILTON. Pijliiortihle Merchant ;Tailnrs, mi the PnMic Square ,'a few doors wbst ol " fcjtaic ttruet, Erie, JOEL JOHNSON. ilcjlcr in Thcoluuicil, .\]i>c-illanenu.i , Sunday and Classical Seliuol Rook; Stationary, etc. etc. ^• lll .jjcnchSueet . Erie,Pa.\- "T 7 V - A. " rT' BRAC^ '^ *m n !S? andCoi "»c!!urallaw r Prairie du Cliien, W. r. practices in tliecountics of Crawford, RxjuUnd Iowa, \V. T.and in Clayton county, j^liTj^rUory. M'GUKKEES' series of School BnoM, 1,2 . », 4 «nd S, for sale at No. IN, French Su '¦"«, May 6, 18J7. 51 NEW ESTABLISHMENT, "i»Wt Stretl, ntarhj opposite Ilia F,a«lt Hold. 11 LOOMlS S{ CO; ifte n^j- receiving from XJ ' New York and opening at their new ?;ore ipiJ ! ' nsivff assortment of Rich and Kashioniiblc •"^VbLUY , (embracin? the lutcst style ofwork lnra,rkct j walchtt; C|ocfcj i Plaltd „„,/!},.,/,„„/„ '"¦ ' , Hne Cutlery, Sttcl Trimmings , Camphtne ** Mar Lamp* , LootiiiJ Clause*. Cold Pens, " ,<!!)« with a general variety of...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

Here the whole compahyV waiter 1 * ju4S*ll » burjsf inn a convulsive fit of laughteV. T\ • ' Yankee /osern ' a rago, upsetting hi* chili y and glaring defiance on his neighbor*. ' ¦ : "How in trie name of all the eternal caiK i^ in creation" he yelled, " * f>ouH It'oow anything iVotfi thb way the darn thing. worlu £ when I never seed one of 'em 1 afore? Yptfi* hatched'thi' s up ' ngin me—lkdewiU Wbarrf the land! ord! Fetch' your bill on—Vjl get oi t of tilts ' . t haint eat ten debt ' s 1 WoAh^ tat IH pay up like a book—and cusi and quit. ' -Aid if.ever rlset out lo eat & meals of vittlei in fltoi ton towrj again-^yoU may «f» rhy HW* iqi tan it.' Barn your castors—and your, castoof lie ind yo ' ii,' fob, - one and all!" And flingipg , down dtjolla ' ron th'e taWe . he sei^zeffW* ' ^MW ; bell-top from the hand of a trembrrtij^ Saileiy-. ami iamoicd. i)6\ yn Washington " and .Sutf * . sutetf, bo' etreoked \\ like a cojnett .»o4oev*ife ; elo ' cked Ma pacetill tio pu...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

PorkHs c Eto<i«;bNtB.-r : "What!" eayr. »rl Illinois lan-yer, throwing into the ittoiio ' iyWible the wholo Uigh-pfessuro at. bi$ innignation; «dw|i ihe ^ rsintiffintlsig cjrse tiint*= ddes (his (fonotablo court irn«gine-i-can tb* wortd be1 evS that rrfy cjifehti with thougjiUf (owering above ' the Alfeg'henies—with iak& not exceeded in S'lUlirftity; by (n* estaract c£ Ntagara^iwitli prtnciplesas pure ; a8tbe % «no>ir vrlfiehform apeVpetfral sombrero for the Rocky * iSountaini—wonld Itirn fepndi^t o* wf^ ijjf price of o ioWri drinks and i potfbiJ 6f tA mi cerf . ticntkttieii.ot tfte Jury,-1 can<m!yi•/ that if they doen, <he plantjff; i|,f8 eo\rtt i ndl <lte worM|are d * ar4def JMiinuMHM tbafti ttplt <hcriiio be." ' Tf' Hefe was a; |fenef«t erj t>( '•tfrdeV' "Wdef/'.tte learnedgerrifettMr waW arrested and c ' orifitted for contetn ' pi; - , ' \ i ¦ ¦ ' -¦ . _ -

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

tUOIilSHED EVER SATURDAY feV A P. DURLIN jbj B. F. SLO.1N, STATB STIIKKT, ElUE, IV. TERMS. One copy, ono year, in adianco, SI 50. Otherwise, two dollars n year will invariably be sharped. These terms will be strictly udlieredlo in all cases. ) Advertisements inserted at 30 cents ptr square or the first insertion, and 2oi cents lor each siibgequent insertion. | Job Printing, of all varieties, such as Hooks Pamphlets, Han<lbills,Shoiv BNU, Cards . Stcainboat Bills, Blanks for Notes, Hecoipis. &.c. executed in the best style and on shortnoiice.

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

DferiN»i^a k Pdsntoa.—Ari elderly rSiuW lUdy, witfy* pfldeaWJVft being depeWehi <rp*tf ii \vfd£nfe>' ¦ rotation retireir,<*aSl> ttf W chamber t > pray for * * "comfartalbfe compel in- ' cy,' whfclr she ' always eiplSined Eff Qm* vtutitf w tfre more ele*ite*'tolce.~ a A*rf lest,, Of I .on! thoU *houl ' dst notyVSwa f iai what! mein,Imean fournundredaye»Y »i«Si' miarfprlv.-' ' •« • ¦ r •• "•¦

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

\GLE HOTEL, B y HirarnL. Brown, corner ol ' Slate slroi-t and the Public square, Erie, Pa. Eastern, Western, «nii Southern Staire ollice.

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

MR. OLAyl RESOLOrlOWa In nnother column will befoubd tho resolutions passed by the Whig MWs Meeting at M kingtou; on the 13tHi Those|reso)ijitidns nre-the production of Mr. Cloy himpelf, O j iidj it is presumed are to lie the platWrmj upon which he has decided to ttand another. race for the Presidency. In j submitting them he made a speech of some *ngth, which, oijving lo bin squeamishuess in refusing to let the re? porters take notes ofwjiat , he said, although they olio red to submit I heir notes to Iiis! ln| spectinn before pnbllcc.l i>n, ha* not vetrench eU us|. The Resolution ; il eniselvesi bUyev. er, tire explicit " eiiought and require neither speech nor commentarylto show the posilioi| their author has chose lo place himself and friends before the country. The New York Evening Post, in notiping the resolutions, mokes uee of the following langunge which we adopt ns our own- "The first position, Opya thePosty is that of an attack upon the government. This is lo...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

Resolutions Submitted b y the Honorable. Henry Clay, ut tie Public Meeting heU in Lexington, Ky., Nov. 13, 1817. ' Itt. Resolved, As the opinion of this meeting, that tire primary cause of itie present unhappy War exi»tinjT. between the Uniled Stale* of America uud the U. S. of ilic Uepublic of Mexico, was the annexation i>f Tcxf M to tbo former, miJ the immediate occasion ofhoitilitiesbetwean tlictwu Republics arose oat of tbe order of (lie I'rc'siileiit of :lie United States, for the removal of die Army miller command ofGen. Tuylor from its poMtion-at Corpus Chribti, to n point apposite Malntnoro« on the cast bank of tho Itio tiiuvo, within t!ie territory claimed by both Republics', but then under jurisdiction of Mpnico and inhabited by its citizens—thai tho ordoroftho Pres¬ ident forthe removal of ihc ormy to tliat point wai improvident and unconstitutional, j t De . iog without tho concurrence of Congross, or •ven consultation wrtb it, although ii was in •eieiou; ...

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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

fX/ ^The Panama Herald, the bantling 1 of the honorable Abne • Leu is, one of those who voted against theVill to . cull into the service 10,000 more 'volunteers for ihe war with Mexico, 1 hns breathed jm lasl! l ladies" B< ncvoleut Society. Wo understand t eermon was preached by Rev. Ma. Lyon in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday morning last in aid of this praissworthy iiisiitulion 1 of this city, when a cullectijin was raised oft about Fifty Dollars. A similar sermon is tn be delivered by Rev. Mr. Flist, in the Episcopal Church, to-morrow evening, and one for tbe fame purpose by Rev. Mr, Lauiiii;, in theUniver&alist ' Church, on Sunday eveninj the 19th of, nex). monlli. wtI .....!„_-.-...i •!., ¦ i>n.. « - o_.:..^,. . «r.i.» MCj lhodist Church, and Rev. Mr. Piiksluy, of tht Associate Reiormed Church, will preach for the same occasion, but wo have' nol Ie6rnat c<^ what tune. funds thus raised are tu be placed in tin hands of ; those ladies who have...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

WHIG AUTHORITY ON THE WAR ll is.Veil known to the country that Mr. Rever.ly Johiison, one of the senator* ol the United " Siaie* from the Slate of Maryland, is 0 whig—a Clay whig—a imist decided whig. We are happy, therefore) to call in tho au-' tliority of hia opinions to continn'lho views whidM have so often been, taken in our columns of the justice of the war. Let oilier whigs abuse it as they may, for being unjusi, outrageous, a violation of the constitution; we call in thesliikl nfMr. Johnson's authority to protect the war from their vio ent attack*.— We forbear further comments The following speech of Mr. Johnson in tho Senaie of the United Slates, un the 12lh May, 1846, is oxtrncted from llie Congressional Globe, ana speaks for itself} v . I ' ¦ *' "Mr. Johnson, <•( Maryland, rose and said, that when he first heard of the peril ill which our arirty was placed, and the invasion of the territory of theUnited Slates by ihe Mexican troops, he was resolved to do wha...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

SPANISH VIEWS OF THE WAR IN MEXICO. The Spanish" presses, as well as those of England nu I France, (the Ledger says) are (liscusMiig the Mexicun war, and the probable conseq ienccs ^ of it. The " Spaniards, though sympathizing with the Mexicans, who are descended from ilreni, ^ see yery clearly lliij resnltiof a protracted \var, such as. the Mexican? art making, between two such different and distinct nations. - El Heraldo views it as a warol nations, which will only terminate in ihe complete overthrow of the Spanish, by.ihe victorious Aijglo Su.vons.— slock- ' of SpnnianU and Mexicans, ihi* sad destiny of the am: em kingdom of i\lo!itpzumii, he says mulling else culd have been exprcied, steing lhi" constant ¦. •jccurrt'ijct'ol revoliiii'ius in dial unhappy cou|nry, whose nal" utuleffect-was to uni-etllp men'a minds, and resolve tbe whole sociiil sjxetn into its pitmevai rleinents; causing the total neglect of e\erv thing cnicula'ed to raise ihe standard of intelligence nnd in...

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

fJTjr'The "Conneaiitv lie Courier'" is llie-titleofa new paper just smarted at tho enterprising village of Cnnnenulyille, in our :i(Hgliboring comity of Crawford. It js neutral in politics", respcctublc size nnd appearance, and if it can bo sustained, will be of muclijtervico to the western part of Crawford. Mead fa Brown, publishers. * , (tT^U'e learnfrom theCommeicial end tho Gazette that the members of the Mitsoi ic fraternity, in this place and vicinity, have held a meeting and have concluded to apply lo the Grand Lodge of the State for a Charier of a lodge to bo located in this city. WI ut lias become of old fly-blown, rotten, putrid Anti-Masonry? ' {L?*The Gazette says "Mi. Clay ' s speech hns come like a thunder-clap upon the " Dem - ocrats. Very possibly, but the'n, the ipecfh hasn't been published yet, hence how it should have such an effect, puzzles us not a 1 tile. fj^" expressed a belief last we - >k that Mr. Clay would not take a stand on tlie war question ...

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

Orrici.M..^—An honest! German sheriff " , ' ft Lancaster, lately made nn endorsement V - wnjy of return on a writ p laced in his hatv!' : .S • ' 'Ufore ish nogtiJi (gooefs) found in my Wj'frjj tcioAr."—(Dailiwick.) ¦ , ¦' _ ; * j Ciikap Pos+aoe.—The deficit of tTie IW jO year after the;act, was §S00,000: tho drftjl .j^ of the last year was ©45,000; while th"&*:-'i| cit this year.is only $40,000. ' It is saii^** the Postmaster-Gerleral is [so gratified *>« 's the result, that he will probose in his. W^a annual report the introduction of a imi/o" .^ jystctn . of cheap postage, sirnilar to the PcntJ^ ' postage in England. . : . ' " c A country cotempornry compares gome ]4 his subscribers, to cats! He say?, "ypii tafJ stroke the fur the right way for years—tii'? and write to please them, and hear nothjij ' » but purring: but accidentally tread on .a » " #; —i-ny somelrjihjT ihat comesrin contact viji loeir faitJ) , prejudice and interest, andwU'J a scratching anil cla...

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

tiov tot It. . Tjh?.Gazette last week ho la sweeping ort[, cle im ihe "lnfluenco of T. aj loriirn,'' in \4-hieh the cJilor made it nppeor ns clear as lnud that the suid "influence" lnddei-ate.il them \a \\ the State elections where I ley had not be to successful, and thntil was awing totbenan. "influence"' of euid Taylorism that iheyhaj been successful in New flfoijk. This, wetoo); it,, was a sly but pointei|hit at our Tnylorcj. temporary of the'Cominercial; and it am*^. he m> understood it too, for ho is" down up™ him of the Ghzetie thi i week, "like a :hM|. nnd of brick." He fojJ» the article in qtm. tidn was "as glaringl) | deceitful as ever dU, graced the Press," calh the arguments sddu. ced '•JesuiiicnV , 1 and last ond worst, ni»m,. tizes our amiable friend as a "soft-so «p j esil itical Ediior." Not Sa tisfied with ihis , n ' very cruelty, if not uniiecescarit y, congir ' aL.. the difference between' thje vptc in Erie coilnty, where Clay was h' r tt nomiinted ,.^id...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

Capt. Xavloiu—All acconnts ngree inlie-•towing great praise on taut. Nay lor, of PhiluJelphiti, for tho courage displayed in the late bailies. The achievements mentioned in au extract of a letter in the Philadelphia Ledger, and published below,.certainly— exceed anything ever mentioned in history. While we are proud of Aim, we are al the same time ashamed that hie company should have left tho gallant Captain in such a perilous lime. The following is the extract: Captain Naylor, of your city, dielinguisheJ himself greatly during the battle^ ihat led to tho taking of the City of Mexico. No man in Ihe army behaved with more gallantry. On one occasion he uas . orJered with his company la,tike a battery, between the position of thi American nrmy and the Citadel, where the enemy were assembled in great number*, with fifteen cannon. lie piuend himself at the.; head of his company, waved his sword over his bead, and advanced along a narrow causeway some fifteen yards wide, with the whol...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

Wamii.ngtox, Nov. 18. 1847. Tbe Secretary of )hcTn-tisnry, -Mr. \V\ilJker, has rocoinmenduJ, and the ['re.-ident has> just' signed, the following salutary financial measures iii regard to Mexico. , 1st. -The export duties exacted by the Mexican government before tho war, nre to be loVieJ by .our officers ns nmiliUiry contribution. . 21. Whenever it is' practicnblc, all internal property (axes of any description, 1 , whelhrr upon persons i>r " property, exacted by thegoverinent of Mexico, or by any department, town or city thereof, are to be collects! by our officers, and apnroprinted as a military contribution towards defraying the expense, of the war, excepting traiiMl duties, which are a check upon commerce. t 3d. The export duties on the precious metal are as follows—gold coin or wrought, three percent; silver coin, six do; silver wrought, with or without Mexican certificates, eeten do; <fold ore or dust, three do; silver ore: &eve ' n do. ' , j A...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

LATER FROM MEXICO. PBTBnsitijnlo, Nov. 2-2—8 o ' clock P. M. The Picayune of the 14th Uist>( contains news, received bv the fchip Leonato, down to the 7th, from Vera Cruz. A letter from Ohihjiinhun, says that n force of|400'Americans, with iheir property, had iletcrmined peaceably to occupy that town. The Mexicans', to the number of 3000, had.declared that they would resist, them, and that they would not again meet with their former success in nt ' tuckiug tho town. I The American troops nn Jcr Gen. Line, had returned to Pucbla on the 23d, from un expedition to Atlisco ai d points beyond. They in¬ flicted severe loss on tho enemy at Atliscb.-^- Gen. jjnne pushed his expedition 15 miles beyond Chihuahua, to a place whore he j had learned that the Mexicans had recently least some canion. Th<| carriages had been destroyed, nnd the guns could not be found. ' r Gen. Lane had invited the dispersed inhatj' " Hants of Puebla, to return to their house; and had given per...

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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

fj ~ r* The baclielo -^ editor of.the Gaze[(e tliinks ttiat^the ••laryc and brilliant audience 1 ' at the<) 1/1 Follows I [all ,on Sat iir.lay eien/nou ¦w as "rendered so by the S|>arkling charms of young ladies." Our jcoteihporary is ev^uently a "gone sucker"—his bachelorism " on its lut legs, "' nnd bis indiiidittilily about to be absullied by the conqui i ring (i charms''*" of one of Rrie ' s fair donghterf. We know iho flyrbloins too, vvoil in ba. I'nistaken—we uicd toart an-1 tBlltjnsl as he does. ' Look }ut far Fan. - . . That illimitable wag am) panlnminisf, Wcr. cnr.i.i., we see, is o i the road ttr this citv and may be exyeeled so!n, unless like the 1'Alle-•jheuinns * 1 lie »h u!( "Judge'' by.us. Whsa he'Coini's, let every one see that his b'tiltooi are tight oiiliis jacket, fur such a shnkin»oP si les as he'll got u i here will be a caution to long faces niid glocmy looks. j - (t/ ^ ^ Ou^c ' omjjIiTietits to tfi© E li|i>r of tne Mnyville Senlinei f...

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

Gcdc>7's Lady's Book. I 'fhe December njimbcr of GoJey' s Lady ' s Book is received. It is an elegant nuinDor, comprising a valuable Collection of artistic nnd literary gems. Its embellishments are exquisite, and its letter press contents con! rib - uted bjjTthe most popular magazine writers in the country. T. S. Arthur contributes ptt'lie Widow and Wi.Iower," —a beautiful, .-lolcb, illustrated by two spleti-lid cngrlivpigs, rMiV*, ficntiiig ^ eocli character. fX/ ^Tbe Elt-ciiou in Louisiana has resulted in the complete triumph of the Democracy. The Coiid<;ssii>ual Dflegation t-lajuds as formerly, three democrats and ono fWerniiit.— D»lh branches of tln> Legislature is tlemopnlic, securing us a U. S.. Senator in pl.icio of Mr. Jnhiiton. whiir. . ' ^ . _ , 1 ^ (U^Tlio Wn.-hinginii Union lla^ inqiired into the mailer, an.l lin.Js ihere is no <rr mini for the gnbblo about outbreaks, nnj prokiblo wars by the Indian tribes at ttie west. Host nf thes...

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Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

Abbny Kellev, has been married for sowing t " uie, and an olticiii'l . announcement . has ' beti ; * .! uiaileih:i( !icr "Jomeslic duties"xytil preclui'-l all hope of her destroying tie const ituliw ^ 1 during the present year. W; breath again. " jf — PUh' jur gk Dispatch - I ' j» You are not iIiq 'only oncTluuhtless'. \'4 A Long .Xosi-ji—A cloi^ maniifnctt)rer| ' j having gut by. sn ne accident a, severe cut;'; acmss ihe nose, al;d having lio court piaster * ^t ( hand stnc'i on hili unfurtunate^probuscM one \ Nf ^ hi* gum tie-kclsj pn whicli wa»<lhe usutl' j intim.i ' tinn, "warranted, 350 yards. ' 1 % ff/ ^Tbere are more newspapers printed in ' % the Uuited States than in ull the other coun- tries of .the world put togg^er, 'itwrc, no | limiting our march of gtyntness,, F«iurleM S yours ago, Iowa was a wiUerrrcssyiivbabitei . '-j only by the Indians; Now it cowains I' ¦ ,' .? newsm^ers 1 . ' ' i 11 ., . -- _.. \ | .« * ? >% ^ Advertising.—Blackwood'a Magazine sip...

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