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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

BENJAMIN GRANT, ; Attorney anil Counsellor at Law ; CtBce No. 2 State si.,opposite tbc J'rwle 1 Intel. P!rie. Pa.. GRAHAM &. THOMPSON, Attorneys & Counsellors at Law, UlP.ix nn French street) over S J'acksonr^- Co's.]Siore, Erie. April 24JS47i. _ . 40 ^ &. L. ELLIOTT^' URGEON DENTIStT IJas pcriniiiuiitly locnti-d iu'l^rie. < ilhVe hi hi" residence on lliecunrner ofS, venth iind IViicli SirciM«. , I i 1!) • - I. ROSENZWE1G k. Co. Dealer* in foreign and PonuMic Dry floods. It cad v Made Clothing?, B»o s «n.l Shoos , ke. &c, S'o. I, Flemming Block, Stale tiireei, Erie, Pa, ( i r \ ~~ JAMESTc. MaITsiFaLL, ' 7 Attorney nl Law. CMHce up si.iii? in ihi" Tarns \maiiy U-ill building, norili ol lli« 1'rollnmotarv ' f Otfiril:' ' RALBRAITIIS &. I,ANE, Al1nrnry? | nnd. Upuqft'lloia »l I.»u—Office on Sii h sirect, wesrside of ihu PublTu fimari 1 , Erie, Pa. » J. RtinilAITII. ' W V. RAI.nnAITII. «" 1 HVC ~ G. LOOMIS 'IJT CO. ' Dealers in Walchi...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

Female "AItkaii j nc&=— We commend the follcjwingto the iioti:c/of all our female roador*, marrieJ and urn iatriod4-more especially to the matious. It point* to a very trulliful moral—totj truthful, asa general thing, to bo agreeabiiiL ^ " I I ' I ¦ ¦"I see frieMsliiji, idve, common sense; and common honesty, sa^ificedeveryhourtoivjiat is catled'politenessj. I sre women every day, out, of respect, as thoy say, tothcirJius'jands, fixeJ out with bette • dress, with belter-looks, and with better'lmr tor, to receivo a,! stranger thjVi1 to rccpiv ' e.a hu batiJ; the rogues periuading the,goo J, easy fooVwhen they give dt!ier men a cleaner table clotji and a better diuftpr, that tllev do-4t out c f respect for him! Abominable.!—th >.y> treat tho lord ofth?ir oftL-ctions, the parli'er ( of their bed, the father of tlieirohildren, «<irso tl^an any other man—• they do, indeed—th ire's i»o denying 1 it. '. I 'T is;a wicked, profligaie. cold-hearted lift/, and ...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

Rp.ai. PcBLisnixc .—The United States Gazette uays that, in J assachuselts,'the law re quires that parties, before marrying, shall bo published—that is, h« intentions of marriage shall be announced in church three successive public days, or else 1 osted in sonic public plaee for two or three we [ ks. The press, however, has taken advantag • of tho provisions of the law, and wo now see in one of,the Boston papers, a n'otice of llu so who intend marriage. It is a terrible iiisic when a man cannot go a courting, nor a girl ccta sweetheart, without having the afiair find its way into the news* >;^er - _,...._.__:! _Ji / • ¦ , • fX/ 5 "The Governnr General uf Canada, ko 'v» the Journal of Cunmcrce, ajreraUly to instructions from th< parent government, has issued on order a.-h iittilig Ameiican Wheit and Maize into ihal ^ prouncc without the payment of duty—tjie importer giving bonds for its arrival at and 00 portation (rom tins port of destination withiinixi moiithis. A...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

ODE TO J\V \ COFFEE BT J. CLEMENT Of all the tsles that gem the Indian seas, Fair Java srpiles the enviable queen; There Flora's train, kissed by the tropic breeze, Give vernal life nud beauty to the scene; And one of modest mein, yet matchlcs? grace . Madonna of the fragrancebrcalhin"; throng, Whose virtues ull of excellence embrace, 1 May claim this liumb'.c meed, a tribme Eoriij. . ¦ 1 ¦ \ Bards of the blood-shot cyo and reeling br.iin ' May give libations rich of reeking verse; - To bloated Bacchusswcll the foamins a;rain, • And fancied merits of the vine rehearse; • ¦ To Java's peerless plant my lay I pour, Whose juice no iiods defile with lecherous lip! Give me my cup of Coflfce brimming o'er, And Jove unenvied may his nectar sip. No head-ache» huddle there like lurking fo?s, No serpehf passions coil around the b im; t Beneath its power the a;ream ofl ' eelini; flows, More so/t and penile than a Niuad's hymn, " - And manly Thought in river's crysal cliarl Pparkles wi...

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

DYE BTUFFS Loswood , • J Jndigo, Fuitic/ Cochineal, 1 Camirood, ' Amiailo, *• ' Nicwood , . Cream Tartar, Biayil Wood, I Ilfd Tartar, Red S »ndera, ' Blue Vitriol, ' Copperai, Alum, etc. ¦ Madder, for snle by Jiov. 88,1346.-88 * No. 5, Reed House. pAgK KUU TIMOTHY SBED. -i ho,fUlj \J scr.b«ri will pay cash for «ood clean f imo 'V wed. B.TOMLINSOxNh ' pO. pLOVER AND TIMOTHY SF.ED.-For -^..V O.M.TlBBALS. o M'S 1 ^?^' tie ' ic» ol" ^ hool Books, I, 2,

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

" s JOHN B. JOHNSON; ATTORNEY AT LAW, Has removed hrs- Office to the Public Bnildino near the Court House, up s'airs. in the loom occupied by the Sheriff and directly over ihe Commissioner's Pmuc. • Prompt attention! will be given to.nll businens en trusird to his cjiw. ^j 5ft' fe " ~~h. n. iiinMBEnT & co. * BUFFALO, N. Y 1 . STORAGE, FOJR WARDING AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ANP Dealer? in,Lebi<;li. and Erie Coal. >alt and Producej "cnerully j Pnrticul.ir alien lion paid 10 tho sallo ol ' Produce and pin dune ol Mrrchindize. \" , No.3 k 4 Cobutn Square, South Wharf. •K. H. HULBBRT, V. DRIGOS. ¦ feufTilo. N. Y. 59

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY A. P. DURL1N & It. F. SLOAN t . STATE STREET, ERIE, Pa. TERMS. One-copy, ono year, in advance, • St 50 Otherwise, twodcll.irs a ycnr Mill ihvarinbly be charged. These term* wifl l>e Blriclly adhered to in all cases. , Advertisements iiscrted tit 30 ccnts^per square or thb first insertion, and 2^ cen ts for each subicquent insertion. I \ Job Printinsv oil all varieties, such na Rooks Pamphlet*, "Handbills,Show 'Bills, Onrd. » ,Steamb<ul Bills, Blanks for Notes,; Rcceipls. &c. executed in the best st.rlc and on/shortno ' tice.'

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

SMITH JACKSON. , Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Ilaidwarc, Queens Ware, !L.ime, Iron, Nails ^c. No. 121, Chcjpsi'le, Eri< <, Pa. , ~~ 4 JOHN H. MILLAR, ' i County and Borough Surveyor; office in Exjchangc Ruil ' ilinsi. Frenuhst, Eric. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

FROM ME1IC , ~— ________________ > From Gen. Scott's Army. Gent Worth about to enter Puchla—wmortd advance of Santa Ajtna on Vera Cruz—a Valuable train—-murder of Americans—at aih ' from the, vomito—Mexican ' preparations for resistance—the threatened iitt<Ack b y Santa Anna on the American tiyiins, <J-c. Pur unrivalled icar.i of ponies have again oroi ght us our "pverlond express" ppekage, in s x (Jays from NVW Orleans, and; we. J yivo the )!casnrt) of b p ing able to lay SieUtro ' the reneer.i of tlic "Sun," this innrning, important inte ligence from the neat of war. I We hftvo received, by our express, a copy ; of tfto Now Orleans Delta, of the 18th inst., . and jiopioiia slips from the office or the Mo-¦We Herald and Tribune. The news is of a "trios', interesting character, and will cause further intelligence to bo looked for with tho ttreatest anxie>tr: , By the nrrivhl at Now Orleans, on the lgth •JistJ. of the fine steamer Fashion,, Capt. Ivy...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

Neutral Fapors—Bcwaco or Thorn! There are a large number of newspapers In the United States! which, undfjr the garb of neutrality, are zeal\isly engaged in disseminating the most, obnoxious political principle ' s —principles totally at war with those of the masses of thi$ country. Pretending to hold themselves entirely olciof front politic?, and to be engaged in the laudable effort vf spreading abroad thkough tl eJand the ' C\irreni news of the weeki togetlnir with correct and chaste jliteraturq, their editors let no occasion slip to covertly promulgate their own obnoxious :Vicws on gCvermiintiil'policy. Do Washing¬ 1 ton lottery writers petfefloat absurd andgrpsa libels on the President and hia . cajbinet—do interesledxpartisans set agoing false election returns for the piirpose of operating to their pariy'n advantage in filler States-!-ihese selfstyled neutral gtntlemen, aro Uie first, aye, the very first, to copy them and spread th q^n broad-cast over the land. Do^they e...

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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

i ' flbl* !• • (real Connttr " I We ugreis w ' nh trie articlo in another col. u ' mn fron i the Cleveland Plain Dealer, thst ''this is a great country." But great «j it,, it is uadt ubtedly destmed to be still greater Greater, iot only in its agricultural , mechanical, manufacturing and commercial wealth but. great sr in its territory, greater in Jita \nl ffuence i m importance among the famil y of nations,'in 1 still greater in th;e heaven-born work of spreading abroad the true princi ples of Eclf-governmJ&nt—tho sublime theorj th,{ "all,men are born free and equal. " i At prc sent, if we cast our eyes over its »»« territory from the cold and rugged bills ofth; north, w tli their tpwering rocks of grnniii and theii . rushing ' streams made vocal wit! the din c f manufactories and furnaces, to ifo broad sc vaunas, and deep winding rivers of the sout i,;Waving with-the Tice, the cotton and the sugar cane, and echoing the hoarse cough 6 ' hund/eds of stearmroats freigh t^...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

Later from t!ie Brazos The schooner Highlander, Capt, Baker arrived yesterday evening from Brazos Santiago, whence she sailed oh the 14th inst. | We huvo a copy of the Matimoros Flag, o| the 12th, but-no letters by this arrival. Gen.- dishing is doinjr very well. The Flag thinks ho will shonly be able to ' attond to his duties.. A clerk in tho employment of Capt. Sincluir wR3 dangerously slabbed on the 11th iiist., by a Massachusetts volunteer, for refusing tho latter a glass of rum. The Fl:ig says there has been some difficuliy in the Massachusetts regiment, growing out of the endeavors of the ollicers to ppt an end to intemperance amung the mon, but all was quiet on the. liHh. 'J Rdports are in circulation at Matamoros that some influential Mexicans at Victoria are engaged in n ' project to proclaim tho state of Tamaulipas independent of the Mexican Confederacy. . I - Ailearfjng Mexican is said to have arrived in Miatimoros with n viow to ( learn what cooperation ho could ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

jTHEOHBSJERyER. "Tho World it Qovot tod too Much 1 ' \ T~^ H R 1 E, P A. ' Salnrdnr Wornloji,' Snun 3> ISir. j*eSioc«at»c nt»>nii¥.*Ti«Ni». • FOR OOVEII.NOIl, | FR'S. R^SHUNKJ ' ron ' casai. cosUhssio ' «pttj MORRIS LON G« t'R E T II ¦ •» «,> 11 i fff*Taon. H.tjhuibn is n <i ily uutlii^njied agent to procure subscri! ers for this pupori fjJ=VVo commence in juroutBtdethis week "Scenes from Mexican! i Life," translated for the Albany ^ Argus from the "Franco Americain." We have part s: :ond on file, and will give it in our next. • Wlic her these adventure.- - are real or not, tho vivil pictures oMifu are evidently faithfully drav:i, and as descriptive of the leperos, those who compose the guerilla bands of Mexico, will, at .his juncture, be read with interest, t c . i {U^Sowe one has sto ^an original piece of poetry from our 1 copy driwer. AH the ^ harni we wish the thief is_that he may hunt for his dinner some day as ion j as wo did for that same. . ...

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

(X/^O i Saturday and Monday evenings last, our citizens were favored with concerts from "D. WAKUR'sVApollo .Minstrels." On both e/venings the audience was rcspectublo in numbers| and persons, all of whom evidently were \\vll pleased.NThe . Minstrels in 4 Jicir line are !;ruly excellent ^ —Mcitdvillc I^cp Mi 11 Can, ! " ' . \ ¦ I The sume set of vagabonds paid our city » visit on Wednesday, and save concerts two eveningi. As to their- singing we can'say nothing;;personally, but they plSved us a three dollar (Unei which proves jb nsXthat in that "line," they;."arc ttuly p.\(|eljeiit."\TheyJ ordered fivje hundred Progj-amr^'a priuteX cn)led for enoiiih fat the room the last niglh, and sloped |before! mormTri^wtlhout as much as saying'thank you.'' Will our editorial brethren throughout the! country,give them a pujf and charge to our account. ' . A Oliantc for oar Neighbor. ' Miss S. Thompson, of Lovvelt, requests the editor o ' the Boston OJivo Branch to say that a man rom 35 toj ...

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

' 157 * *^ e have a democratic eoteraporary in Lhe Eastern part'of this State who is in th« ha ' iitifjf Btealing our editorials weekly, with ou. even as much as saying thank youk Be lie .'ing a little in the Homoeopathic practi^ we sliMI commence a systenj of reprisal, at): ser if) /'like will not cure Jiktj- '' So here go« foi the following—it ju3t tits the Gazette c this week: , Small fa\Hoc3. The federal journals find ^ grent f ault vM Governor Sliunfc for having been in office * £t ns'jO.crbW lenglh of time, apd they asscf ^liat ho has in th ' e/shape of official| salary: diawjri over 870,000 from the pablic , treasury. If this story were even true it would preset a very gdod argument in ' favor of his re-elcf X\onl It . shows that the people of Penny ' v inia know how to appreciate his valuab' services. But the whole of tlie tale isn>- tue ". So far from Mr. Shank ijece ivio ej tJ.Tolooofrnm ! nurse, never g ,-0 ' 00O from tho public purse, he never CT ie one-half...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

Oj^The schooner I. C. Dunn, commanded by Capt. h.l Minor, from Sncketl's Harbor, N. Y. capsized during a equation the evening of the 25th ult., off Cooueaut, and eight of the cre_w drowned. Threq were saved. : K/ ^TheUrcensbu ' rjjjli Argus announces tlr6 death of three members of that (inu company, the Westmoreland Guaids, now in Mexico.— Their names are—Lieut. Andrew RosbI and privates Ja ' s. M. Hartford an 1 Lewis MyeraJ fjj 8 "The Gazette w ' nnts^ ti '1 l>uo\y ,i(1 oun " city authorities" " intend ( etivliig the Town Clock remnin dumb and nvtfiopless?!' Why man, didn't yoirknoit : that rli' e stoppage .of the Town Clock is on^! the first effects of the tariff of MG? It can' tj and won ' t budge an inch until the tariff of '12 is restored. Santa Aina'B Fass. The Union sometin es p ' ays too ' much attention to the whi g raress jn contradicting a mere rumorwhich some hair-brained correspondent has set afloat forhis own amusement. This in the case; ( in 'our opinion, a...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

The Consistency of lUo Gautio. It will be recollected by the readers of the Gazette that its editor took us to task a couple of weeks since because the Democrats of the Louisiana Legislature voted against a resolution nominating JBen. Taylor for the Presidency. Well, it?the very nest article to the one roferre ' d to—not three lines below—the editor, in noticing the recommendation of John Sargcant for the Vice Presidency, by the Vyiiig Executive Committee, says, "lite propriety, however, of attempting to commit the Whig party on the question of Vice Presidency, at this earl y day, is doubled by many—very justly we think.- There eeems to bo a prevalent disposition among some of our party friends to take lime by the forelock—in other words, to ac^ definitely before the proper 'period. Patience is a rare virtue." And in this woekis number, ¦ to cap the p limax of inconsistency, our neighbor gravely tells us, in "speaking of the nomination of this identical Gen. Taylor, lie ia "not ...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

Late ami intcrcsjing from the Scat of War. The New Orleans Picaynno of stliO 20tli inst., furnishes some,later end highly interesting intelligence from Mexico, part of which was received the evening before by the Uudorn, from Vera Cruz, 15th inst., and trfe balance comprised trrietters by the Mary.Ki . ngsland, tho receipt of which had been unluckily delayed. , A letter to the Picayune, dated at vera Crus. 13ih iust., ?avs: • A band of about 200 Mexicans lips been prowling about, the mounted riflemen ' s camp four mii'es| from this place, two nights in succession, and last nig'it llm m" ' n were aroused twice by the approach of Mexicans. Early this morning our gallant Capt. Walker started out to gho them battle andliad a little «kirmish, killing fonrofifiq enemy by tho time my informant, an officer of the rifles, left; and he represents Walker a long way ahead of tho scone of tho first brushj'folloiving 1 them up. This morning early a rrisn camo in from Santo Ife where h« had be...

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

Ctr^ A writer the Journal Commerce esti nates that 2.000,000 barrels " of Flour will be! sent forward from the Lakes the prei ent season. • ! ¦ - J V -l ' C Tt The Americn^Pionter, a paper publish ?d Jat Monterey, Mexico,; is edited byJohn B.'Oiislow, formerly of Meajdville. C?T The Goyernor and Council of Kesr HampLhire haveotylered a special election for rep es jntati^i^to Congress in, two vacant districts, on the 8th of July nest. ' 1 : !___2a (J^Thc Reading Herald sa ^ ys that the recertVaVn has dispelled nil doubt as to the crops in i hat section of country. , " (Cf 'Tho joy of the whig- presses at beinj nb! b tb start any kind of>.a bugbear against tfce adi linistration is a thousand timeB grc&wr the n |hbirairectcd horror of spoiling the Meitea n churchesl r ~ - , ,. ' ii ¦ •*¦ _ : _^l

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

JiJ* Tin Extract of UucliU, Uvaprs^ &«—What probiiUly ei»i-» tn s incdioino euuli ji superiority over all olhcrs/if y clys, 0" r ' Iis iV P pw ' e^lid diiirctio) )s, \Ud\ w lilo ft now so tn iuiic?tly on the urinary passages, instead of impairing tlio action of the Stomacli, (js most diuroiies ido, it impanstone to tliaior^iin, relieves heartburn, corrects laiuritioui di'po'itiona, and restores the liver to it* healthy fund ion. See advertiaemotr. in iliis paper. A pamplilvl of descripliun may lie'htii! gratis, of tho ajjent. MARRIED On i e iJOth tilt,, by the Rev. Mr. . Creigh, Mi. Joseph Arbuckle of Millcreel;, and Alias R nh McCoy, of Franklin Co. Pa. ' • ¦ ;£ 'On Thursday-cVening the 20th nit., by the Rev. Edmund ^«ill«, Benj. S. Russell; of Hfrrisbnrg, and Maryl youngest daughter of Pnjatnin Gaskill,Est{., of Philadelphia. Oy tho 3Sth tilt., \h Waterford, by Rev, G.VV. Cleaveknd, ftli'v John Middlctoa and Miss Nancy Craig.' . ' ; i ; "

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