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Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 22 May 1847

DRi. SMITH'S GREAT NATIONAL PILLS. l *¦ lilt. O. IlKNJ: SMITH'S I IMPROVO INDIAN VEG TABL£ 1 ,[sVGAlT COATK-O] TILLS AKK Uinru.Mii«:Vno far Ilio Unit.-d Slate*, «ii*l tlicfr superiority <»r(>r all orii-nrs fur entire cHlcicy Itud I »Je i.x ititiioBo lm* won fur thrm a preeminence t>T fj^in itlnUt necils uo torcipiiliillutincc io pprp^tuatn. Almost uulicrql.lml tliry Imvo si. cully worked thoir way, und n/i to galttfil a i>t>rm u.ent ImM on lUo approbation of I(ia ll^-pp'o which no other mciliciae or tvppcmt ' mti cau re lux. Fur about four year* they have triumphed over iliieato, doiiJ brought joy nn«l ^Iniluo an tn muny an ouxiotis bosutn. j TiierR ptniTV, -.7 !' Ah^n mc(linulcflii|)ouiiri( ntin.t fiulvtlicm lolhn mo-t ilelilAto aitdovtMi dm more hardy «bohnvo suffered fr«\m (liu vffoutuf impure properties in the »tom.ich, will *i once baplflii-riii will, the dclij hlful operation ' of \hv>e ihooI'tlV Tiny liavo tlmrarc mcrii of ilio most...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 22 May 1847

a n = < v . u ^ BY TIIK QUEEN'S PATENT. i ' **- '. -'^w ' ¦ In -Js^^s^^^^a z&<&/ ^^^^* \ ' ' ' j CONSUMPTION CURED—TRIUMPHANT SUCCfesS j . OF BUCHAN'S HUNGARIAN BALSAM OF LIFE. ' j P HE GltEAT ENGLISH REMEDY for COLDS, COUGH 3, ASTH-.JL MA . and/CONSU.MPTION: ' L , ii The MOST CRLKBRATED nnd INFALLlRBLE rcrnedy for Coids.| CoiihIw, A / ilima.or onyMbrtn of PULMONARY CONSUMPTION ji* -hej the HUNGARIAN BALSAM OF LIFE, discovered by Dr. Bucffirn-of London/kriglaiu l , tested for upwards of sijvcn years in Great Britain and 1 U on ihO y Contincrit of Europe, and introduced into the United States under the [ immediate superintendence of the inventor. ; • The astonishinu siiccessol ihe Hungurian' Babain, in theciiro of every i| (ofm of CONSUNPT1ON, ~ warrants the AUicrican Aacnt in soliciting for ; ,lrcaimenl the WORST POSSIBLE CASES,;trTat can be found in tho coin munjly—cases that seek relict in vain from any of iho common remedies of the Oay, and have li...

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Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 22 May 1847

: : NEW GOODS! NBty & 7 - R <*-* ' : ttxttfCffrm. O. LOOM1S t}*<- tcctived j 3BiirWK> H<m«e. Erie, ^o«W*toek ' 0ISB8EBBalsh addition l'! nont »<>ry «*• olgood ^ which makes their-1 )! «f '">» <"» d lensJve, comprising a larg* i || g' . <H <"<"iiond, lisliionablo JEWEi.RY,r ' » «nunmar,no and ruby, garnet, cmorahl, aj»y ¦»» I P'a'" rii»i»j»; enamelled pins, diamoir an('key 5i »pO<:tac"les. . goltfcar riiiss, guard «"«, miniature setting, pencil cuact^ bracelet ** c - j ¦ . ihimblod, studs, sn* vor Watches or lire pat* I \ TIME.—Gold/ 01 ""' and common escape-, Jtopt lever, tluplej-"-' > J3erman and American mem. French . -Si , . 1 . clucks. •" ¦" •—• »->e i desert, lea . saitind ' SlLVEUf al " e *> huttcrand fruit knives, ¦ mustard sp* 1 " ' 1 ^? 8 . pencil case. ' , thlmblci* spectacle/""' 0 ""^ Getntm Silver IKorr.APlaW*t. pilclieris c . ttps, I tankards, bowl*, Tea po...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 29 May 1847

CLINCH, THE MISER. BY MRS. -CAROLINE H. BUTLER CflAV'l'ER I. \ 'll was a cold stormy uvuning in llic month of January, ''11. l'^F w ind tlro . ve in fuiious gusts ;hrPU"h llm alruns) fl«—**¦-4 -'r***- ~"" 1 «»-.f»» ••—I'.iSt Tallin; . ' snow in henvy |iUssc3 ajain^t the buildings, blocking up the door- ways and patting dismully uporMlie winnow j. God helji the poor, fur many, were the houseless half claif wretches that ni^lit hovering orovind tho cellars or und^r the cavca seeking a shelter from lhn " pitii!i.ss s'tiini; m(iny siiivering fellow beings croti. him' in stiaiv und raj?, sick and dying, inanv pour s a ' rvihj; little ones stretching their chilled lii.ijjs upon naked board;), without e'en a blanket to protccrthein frutn tile cold. Goijhelp tho^poor. : Yel a iniiru d«;erf>a/ scon ; than the snus; little sitting room of navidjljrow i presented on that ineloriient nii'hi i, rarely poci. Before tho ample ara.c limped with f lowing unthracite, a Mble was (luuvn ...

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 29 May 1847

. . SMITH JACKSON. . J t>alcr in Dry Gojds, Groceries, ^ Hardware, Queens Ware, Limo, Iron, Naita &c. No. 121, ^ Chiapside, Eric, Pa. ' r JOHNj H. MILLAR, County1 "' Borough Surveyor; officein Exchange Cuililinas. French at , Erie. " JOHN U. JOHNSON, ' ' LattornIev at law, Use removed his Ofl ico to the Public Bnildini; ijear the Court Hoi so, up s;aira. in the looiii occupied by the Sheriff and directly over the rpninii'sioner's Of ice. ( Piump! attention v:il. be given to all biisinetia cntm«:<-d to his care. . 50 te. n. m i.nr.Jti' & co. IlfKI AIjp, 5. Y. KTORAOE. FOR' AW ARDING AND PRODUCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND-Doalers in I.ehi;h and Erie Coal, Salt and Proiiucp u'ryiraily. Particular atti-nlion paid to llio sale " » Produce and purchase of Mrrchsimlize. il No. 3 & 1 Cobun/Sijuarn, South Wharf. k. s. nvLur.R.i, . ' 'V. uniSbs. l'.ufUo. N. y.( . . i >..• f ,.|9 "" 7^' I 1JENJAMLN GRANT, ' Attorney and Counsellor tit Law; C'fii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 29 May 1847

Written for the Brio Obierrer. HBSON^ OP THE MOUNTAIN BARD BY BT1AO!. Ho nts upon tho mouatiio'i peak, •' Arouad|liim blowsUia tfaritl wind's blast, And listens to llio Englc'a ebrlok, ^ And. tings of limcx 10 corao and patt,^ His hair is gray, of silvery light. And wildly Hours upnn'rlie nightf Amid , lu« locks tho moonbeams straYj And ruund liis old form lightly play. His eye, niidimroed, beholds beneath, • Tim liamlitcnis and tnvTcrs ol<l, Tho grceuwnod and the open beatli, Surruumlcd by Hie gray rochti 1»dW; ; And acuiis tbo wide extended plain, And-louks upon the ocean's niailf, ' And views the ^urcsts dork and docp, - ( Through whicblho boariowiu^i wildly sweep I "Oh days to come! Trow changing tirao ' Shall chase away tlteso present econps, And nnko this land another clime, * And Turin grtm .UarlinciS of in shcent; A f.wraoro years, llicao lulls will range-How great, how grand shall be *bc change These nestling humid* in Ihe vale, 'y Shall dio away without u wa...

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 29 May 1847

LYTLK UHAMILTO% l i Fnshionab|o Mori ham Tailors, on the Public Sqluare,' a few J mrs \ve54 of Stato etreet, Eric, Pa. I > * / - ¦ I JOEL JOHNSON. Dealer in Theological, Miscellaneous, Sunday and Classical Si:hool Book;b';aiionary, etc. tie. . JWJJJ^Frcnc l^rcfJ ^ F.ri e, B a. . vrvrRTBRAci^ ~ Attorney tsnd Coi nsellor.otl.ivv . Prairie du Chj«n, W, T. prlicliccs in thbcoiinties of Crawford, Gram and town, W. T.an'J in Clayton county, _Joiva Terriiorr. . " j , PRTiSL¥Y^" lTBljCKLE7 I Dealer InD^y GAoda, Groceries;Crockeiy, Hard w»re, els., NA. 3, Perry Block Siate street Erie, Pa. ' . WANTED ii 1 exchange for Goyds, Wool, Butter, Chec ;e , and all kinds of Country Prodllcc - II. CADWFLL. Juno 0, 191G. ¦ 1 H' AK- P WAWE.-Sheir Hardware and Uonso rnmming ' cnnalways be ha<! ^verv i-heanai the cheap Btoro of S. JACKX)N * co. Novi-tnbor 21, 131B. " 27 DYE STIfFFS Lo»w)od , I Indieo, Fiietic, V . f Cochineal, Camv ocd, ' > Annaito, " ¦ Nlcvfood, Cream Tortar ; ...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 29 May 1847

! PUBLISHED:5VERYSATURDAY B\A.P. DUR1JN& B. P. SLOM, ^ STATE STREET) ERIE , Pa.,. T ERMS. Tno copy, ono ycsf, in advance,- SI 50. )lhcrnise, two dollars a year «iil invariably be cli ir^'cd. These tertn3 will bo strictly adhered to in (flLcasQS. i Kdverlisorherets in icrtcd at jO cents per square on the first insertion, and 25 cents for each s'ubsrmient insertion. job Printing, of ill varieties, such as Books Piimp' ilets, Handbills, Show Bills, Cards . Stearnboai Bilisj Blanks fdr Notes, Receipts. &c» executed in the best style and on shortnoticc. :

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 29 May 1847

Tho Fedora Ut* and the War., That sterlingdemo erotic papor,the Lancaster Intelligencer, at the closeof some pertinent remarks in regard to I he tortuous course of its federal cotemporarie 9 ire Lancaster, in regard to the war, Rays it ' ' woaldi not be surprised if the federalist ' s woul 1 gocrn claim the credit of having originated t le war." And wl|y not, pray?' There is mo o propriety and justice in such a claim thnncnC would naturally Suppose iff the first blush—moro reasons why they 1 should than in heir claim to boldly made and pertenaciously p rsistedin-tliat ihe^ have, as a party, in the lar guagd of'our;' neighborpf the Gazetfe, lent^'a helping hand ' in carrying it on and bringing t to a speedy j close.'"i--Wh p dobs not r' coll let wh'e^ 1 the (iuestion |of Annexalion first be«an to I Attract attention, with what pertpnac( V iheif [orators and editors argued the ' ilex *an side "of the question' —how-they boldly to jk the ground that it was .Mexican territory, and con...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 29 May 1847

FROM _piIC0. We have before us the New Orleans Delta and Picayune of tho ,11th (jostant, both of which aro filled with interesting and important news from the sent of .war, as'well as local news of an unusually interesting character. We commence our extracts with the following confirmation of the news received by' our express yesterday, brought, by the steamer-James L. Day, which, we find in tire Delta: i . Immediately before the James L. Day.started from Vera Cruz, Major Leonard,) who ia stationed there, sent an officer 011 board to inform General Pillow tha; an express• bad juat arrived from General Scott with a despatch, in which. it was slated that a deputation of Mexican citizens from the capital had arrived at the general's headquarters, iuvitingiiim to advance, (insuring him that it would surrender to him without opposition, and asking, hisj protection of . their persons and property. Toe such favorable terms General Scott assentedvi He is, therefore, on h»s wny 10, if no...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 29 May 1847

THE OBSERVER "The W orld |s Oorin ted too Mncb. '. "^^^ s ~ RTfr?T7 x~ Hnlnranr MorniuK, IWor 30, l*i IT. I>K. tIOC BAT1C N<>.U(NAT1O1(8. , § FOR OOVEI^'OR, FR'S., rVSHUNK. FOR CA^AL COMMISSIONER, MbR RIS L0MdSIR Et H fXyriuis. pi. Eij-ison is a duly authorized a<reutto procure subscribers for this paper. I - s To Oorrosyohdcnt^. We welcome to our columns "Dylack," whose favor will be found oh uur out-side. — May we be jertnitted to hopn j^q hea|r from him ofteji? I j. j ' ' ¦ ' i The favor cf-"Arche ' tyf al" wo vvill fit d room for in our lie] t. ! ' ' ^ P ti -, j I "A Tribiitj to the Bravo wh >have Fi11en,"_ is under, pons deration. We knj>W the author can do better, aud are loth to introduce him to our readers t nder such unfa\orab!c c rcumstances. Sh ill we hear from him? "True Patriotism"'shall appear next week. - fX/ ^We sea thai thp Irving Literary''Institute has passed a resolution to admpt he ladies of this sity to the ...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 29 May 1847

. f?^^s?y^e^??*B!^'*'9S?;iitharine by in the peril of \K f gfandfat'bandago from degrees managed to rcmov.li • loosened the Jipr moutW mid with hens. The ruffians cprJ whiljfh bound her .ellish work to nowero tooKbusy with t'along the shadow of ,tico her. y Softly she door, but now what jthe wait hwl reachffier? Her life must be |i they should disourage nearly failed her. - t is eofrtflce. Key dragged the poor old At that/mome' , > man from OiMew energies were given her; At this sirembjii ig fingers upon tfre key, sfie pldced, l |y she turned it, and then with-B P'tly/W. : One njoreeffbrt, and she would 4 rew ,/lhAld she but succeed in opening the be frdfni glit yet save the life of her pdor door 1u>r. ' fl ra'at the very tnoijnent when it yielded to ribrts she was discovered. With a hor-J? oath, the ruffian H\\\ rushed after her> but i> .tharine had alread y Sprang in the street, iTcimiug loudly for assistance. , "I^ack, 1 tellfyou, back; quick!" exc...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 29 May 1847

From the Scat of War The report of another extensive massacre of Mexicans, "twenty-four in number, by a party of Americans, in Mexico, mentioiied in otir tflfgraphic report yesterday, appears to be too well attested to allow of being iJentiliod with the similar,massacre of which we received accounts tome week.? since. A leti ter to the Picayune, written near Muntery, | April 25th, states that " near a little town I called Gusdnlnpe, near Marin, aiLfAmericjti j was shot two or three weeks ngoyund his codiliuanious and friends determined to revenirt; 'his deiitli. Accordingly a party of a un/.irii yr twenty men visited tlie place and deliberately murdered twenty-four Aluxicans. All efibrts to ferret out the perpetrators of this iluxtardly oulrugo have proved fruitless, unforlmiutcly, aiul they never will'be discovered probably." ' Thewholeof the Massachusetts regiment. was at Montery, as nlso tlfo 2J Mis.sinhippi regiment. There had been several cases!of small-pox among them, ...

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 29 May 1847

From Gen. Taylor's Division ^ Frort the N.O, Delta, May II. BufewAl Vista, Mexico} April 12. We are doubtful as to whether the 'ruiny ^ season has commenced or not, but for a week . ^>r two back it has rained every night. Heavy n>ists settle down, at sunset& flashes of lightning with na thunder, make a perpetual 'g ' leam through the I mountains, as tho rain with a steady drizzle, begins. . A few: nights since, tho'igh tire darkness was extreme, the' positjon of .every sentinel plight be_ distinctly -distinguished--from * the camp ( by. the phosphoric matter, which shone like balls of tire from the points of their bayonets. It rave forth a continued hissing sound,' and fierrificd the Honest sentinels considerably. Yesterday one of our foraging parlies reported that they came in sight o( a sinaU body of lancers. The Mexicans in the cityasisure us that-we will have another fight here \yith their tr,oops,biit little expectation is entertained of again seei...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 29 May 1847

Tho- Oountrr Press. We are daily told about the cheapness of tlne.Cjity papers—such as Alexander's Messenger, Saturday Courier, Dollar Newspaper, niTd'tho like. 'There arff^ar;e| numbers of them taken in fhis county^-niany of them b y persons whos-e .names hav£ :io[yer bJ>cn seen on any of the subscription booke of their own counly ; papers, but who invariably borrow ' those papers, of their neighbors to read; Such men estimate the'ruliie a paper by the number of inches it contains, just as they do a pile of boards. They tell us they coWain a great deal more matter tharfatours—havo no advertisements; in them,-.and? consequently must be cheaper. Now we'have no oijjectipn to people taking as many papers as they please —on the contrary our advise isjto takp all tho^ can afford, and there is no farmer but can afford to take two or three. If a man lias 0 family, a newspaper-will be ^ of more real benefit to his children in the course ofa year thaii six months at the district s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 29 May 1847

OiPEits or Santa A.nSa. —Lieut. Rve, of Cap . Milliibeau J). Laiiiar's squadron of'Texnns, "tationed ut iilonclova, arrived in Camargo !i few days ago, (we quote from 1 th . e Flag of tho^Sih,) for the purpose of escorting back a ^ train, with fctorestuid money to pay offthe troops. On ' the way down frorti Monoloio, Lieut. I3eewas informed that CMiiiss-a-l I rici from Santa Anna wero traversing the country, makinpf public every whore a recent l>n-:laination of the wooden .legged cliief-Iniii, which commanded the entire male populo ion of the country, from the ages of 12 to .00, to form themselves into, guerilla bands immediately, choose a chief) who would receive a commission when reporting "20 of inore men, anJ proceed at once.to the massacre of Americans whenever and, wherever tjwy *" c < o"nid find them—refusal to oBfist'in the i-Nierniiiirnimi wns to'bo considered traitorous. and llieirXpropcrly to be made the common fcpjil of nlMvlio lent a willing hand in ca...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 29 May 1847

LATEST FROM MEXIC Nkw Youk, May|25, 7 o'clock, P. M. The bteamcr Fashion has arrived at New Orleans with Gen. Pallersou, and t|ie officers founded at Cerro Gordo ' . Several regiments o ' f volunteers are 1 at Yera Cruz on their way home., !' •, / ! Gen. Worth expected to reach Puebla on the 17th, and ho resistance was anticipated. The American Army marched to the capital with diminished numbers, occasioned by the return of the volunteers, and gar:isin forces required ur Jalapa;j Perotp ' , Pueblo, kc. — About six thousand marched for the city. The gusrrilas give us Ic&s troublethtfn Was expecteJi All stragglers, however, make out to /ret mil 'dered. ^ I ' Gen. Shields continues to improve, and his recovery' s certain. | ¦ - A LcT'ien fho.m Ki:miai.i. dated at Jalapa.—Affairs at thojcapital are getting wor»e —- " anarchy and confusion reigns. Santa Anna has threatened to attack Vera Cruz, but he is believed to bo insane from his late reverses ^ and keeps!a force for ...

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