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Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

• , CASH! CASH!! C.\ ? l(l|/i/ilf !»¦ (mk! I ' m IU . iJOO Iiu--licl3| nheai, H,iVlUil.i Cufn. Ul,(i3ii do Barley, aVid 5&0 bjrrtj t'tniir. il'delivered s$<m. 1 ¦ f \ U. CADWIiLL. ' K:i. fVt. in. is'fi.. ¦2^

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Id=181 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

" . I ASHES! ASHES!! I WILL pay S cents per tntsticl lor j;ood field a-ho=, inul ' 12 I - c!« per Imshcl firliouse ashc^ iie!i\'i- ied ai my ashery or M'Kran corners, " En "- . Oct. 21, 1016. ~C M. TIBBALS..

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Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 5 June 1847

BROWN and Bleached Sheetings, Bed Tick Cotton Fliinrel, Cotton Yarn, Cotton Bal tins;, Waddings, etc. etc. ~ . P; ARBUCKL 17 -. Nov. 14, 1840. No. 3, Perry Block.

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

England as She Is f^f*T following ntile truttiful ilcneriiittun or Gngland qa tlu3 \t. is from a New Rnglainlcorrefp<<ntlc!it or tho Mew Yurk Tribnitc, now travdiu; in Emupo "Praj -, what constitutes a religious people? Surely- if it be anything which concerns their happinCBS aud general elevation, it behoves Great Britain to be fcery nvxjest^n setting forth her claims to pidty. Take, for instance, the Agricultural Laborers of Great Britain; the mon and vvonoen whose toil have made this country the beautiful garden thit it is, and every one ' of whom is entitled, therefore according to the commonest Taw of quid, pro quo, to have a share hi a. pleasant little cottngo and garden; louk at these -toil-hardened people* -and vTltat is their condition? ' Physically, they are worse off.(I say it after abundant opportunity to judge) than the slaves of America; morally and intellectually, they are buHittle bettor; nnd socially they ate ahjibst as bad.—« Their average ear...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

8CBNES FHOM MEXICAN UF i'rauntutuil froa' liio ' Frtutco Awericain for tUc t All)au; Ar-,1'ur, by V.ii.ll. PKIUCl* IL X 1IM«VTE. r a n t 11. The Alamedn^Tlie Pitsro de ' Mneareti, Tiiere are but few of the towns in Me.\ico that do not possess their Altimeda,* and that of Mexico is perhaps the mou beautiful square known. Puris is deficient in any promenade of the kind, while Hy>le Park, in London, approaches the nearest to it. The Alamedti. of Mexico is a long quadrangle, enclosed by a wfttll about breast high, ulonf wlij^ h jruns a deep ditcri-rilJc-J with stagnant .wute ' r, the iioxiuus exhalation from which is the only|drawback ta this pleasatit reaort; for in every otlier respect it is irreproachable. A gate at each Rngle gives entrance to carriages, horsemen und nedestrians. [On each aide of the main walk or llino. set ut^rl for tho carriages and v ¦ r \ 1 ' hur^s thut rSll ampHpllop silently over its even siirtuce, arc plume! popular, willow and ash trees} whose...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

LESTER, SENNETT k CHESTER, IroQ-Fo ndcrs, wholesale and retail dealers in Stovee, Hollow-ware-fee. State etnet, Erie.Pn JOHN H. IJURTON & CO. I Wholes: luandrcluildoaler.-in Drugs, MiiJicinrp Dye Si uffa,Groceries, &c.No.5, llcoij House Erie, Pa. • _ ' C. ~ ar"TIBBALs7~ T Dealer n Dry Goods, Groceries, ^-c. No. Ill, Chea[ side, Erie I'a. ' GOODWIN k VINCENfrT < ¦ Dealers in Dry! G00J3, Groceries, ^c., No. I, Bonn 11 Block, Stale st . EnV, Pa ; . CARTER k BROTflER;, * Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Puintsj Ollj . Dye, stufTa, Glass, &c, No. 6 Kced Houfu, liiie-Pa. 1 ¦ I B. TOMLINSON k. Co. . Porwari!in« and Commission Merchant!'; 1 109 ¦ Frenc 1 Street, Eric, and at 6lh Street Canal 13a ¦qn, a so dealers in Groceries and Provisions. n iHENRYTcADWELL] "~~ Dealer i tHardware, Dry Goods, Groceries, &c. east s do of tt>a- Diamond, and ouu door ca£l of the Ehgle Hold, E ric^, Pa. I „ \ , eagle ' lio'FEL * r~ v Bjr HinimL. Brown, corner...

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

{ (JOHN H. MILLAR, County and Borough Surveyor; office in Exchange Buil<lins<. French »i , Erin. ' ' JOHN B. JOHNSON, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, Has rcmov :cl hi3 O|iive lo llio Public Buildini; near ll»e L. 'o»ir\. Hiiiisc, <ip truir. * . in tbu loom occupicJ by the Sjlirriff and directly over ihe - Cminniss ioner's O|liee. ¦ | Prompt att< iitiun will be given to all busineus .<; u ' trusted ti his cnre.v * ' . , 50 IE. I*. IIVI.BKItT & CO, BUFFALO, N. Y. f STORAGE, FORWARDING AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND Df jlurs in l-cliisjli and L'rie Coal, S-alt and 1 roduce generally. Parlinil.ir alien-(inn paid ir thu?alc ol ' Produce ami purchase ol Merchandise. I No. 3 k \ Oburn Square, South Wliner. K. !». II ,'LIIKRT, V.. nillOUS. Buffalo, X. V. . .[0 ~~ ^^ BENJAMIN GRANT, Attorney a id Counsellor at Law ; Olliro No'. 2 State St., opposite the l r ni;lij Hoti'I. l'rie. l*:i. ~~ GRAHAM fc, THOMPSON^ Attorneys .* Councilors at Law, OtUcg on Fr...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

, HOLDING THE \'Ui\V, ***** ' ' j ¦!.' A friend relates an accourance, \vl)ich fell under his 0 vn observation, a- few . days ago, in iVndover ~ wl|ieh is, nncdinmonly "fresh," A recent emigrant liad applied! for employ? ment to u Isrnier, add being asked if he was acquainted with/{it qorts o. farm labor,/replied without hesitation hi the RlBrmativo;.' ' lie was accorc ingly engaged, and t)ic ttext hivjt? nfnz sent 1 o,"hold the plpw 1 ," wj.lh.the son of his ctnploj'oir tu drive. After theJiorso was tackled in, trie boy gave him a *!{tri; ' but hearing an eiciRJnation behind,. lUFrtc 'd^ and belield ihf> son of tho green isle, plowing uptbje graiiiid wi Ik:his heels, which were firmly tet white he w as strainin^'every mpsoid'to maftitsin his 1)< silion, and crying out, "stop! fetop! now can I kould iho plgw, if]you m&ko tfio horse dvar it away from me 1' 1 —\Shlvm Guz. (t7* A :i itileiftirl j io lifhiladclphia i 'died during a trial of 1 kill 1 lit jumpi n...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

1 MV SI8TKR J S OBAVE BT J. E. »I *CAVIXAT Stidly wares the weeping willow, ntndiog low it* iiLiid j O'or tlie"colrj onj earthly pillow Oftdoonc'o loveil dew!; * " . Tho ruby rose its beauty lends, , And lilic- gently wuvo. i Whtjro in»iighty l)ut fervent prayer mtcnilf, 1 My 8isier f s ballowcJ grave. No'gnuily mnrMo tlicro'is seen To say **c!o oat forgetj" Hut m^mVy rclN uh vrbat iti^'s boen, > -^ And ngdnVhat «ho' * ycl; ! For what to h«r if worlds know not - TUi) ppiu. liuf by its naiau—Jts jeweled Worlli I've not 'forget, J-\ Kor yet iis du2zliui' flame. There mem " ,ry willi her gilded show* Doth ope her treasures wide, Aofl lucid wjt«ra € cni'y ft"* loBwciltliQ clitt'ring title Of ihoiigh^ un-<ili(ju gli l litiupeil fur nbnvo j M«*ro vanity' * proud ipbcro, Oi ' bcr, now h)rat wttlt Heaven's lovelier brightest fjnyfs winlo ln*ro. I C Whnt spot can bt* morf dear to ipo TImu 1l1.1t wlii. li ludca the ftatno Of / licr fto f.iir—nnd >ci >*^" ...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

A Mexican Girl Fbb^ >.—At Manclova,a good-looking Mexican gir of sixteen years of ago ' was field in servitude 03 a peon, having bsei* sold by h pr. fatlier 11 pay a ( debt. She wns about to be transfered to another master, and was very much disirjssed airit. Gen. SliicldB happened to hear of it, and inquired what was the amount of tho. debt for which tho girl was held in bondige. Ho was in¬ formed the debt wasJi»e dollar*. "Small as this sura was, it is not pt jbablo tint she ever Oduldhave paid , itV • Wilt o^t fu^th if inquiry, the General promptly paid;tha deb , j : And res ; i pi|od|e,r)[o freedomi/ i "^h > poor gir f^M ywr^ c o me 'with grttitudo, ai i fallincr upon her knbea,Would ha ' ve kissed Ks foet If'he %fbu!d hvte pj? Imittedj hJ ;,l)rjii ghel^a f^'ili ii^rej turned 10 her fath * er' l « hpui Jrojoicingr-Tperhaps to enjoj life jj» freaimj- perkapt la je mhi <7g " ail\, s- 0»."> s *1: ' ::i\ii. :-• .::_ r ;>. '• > '••J * . »...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY A. Pi DURLIN & B. F. SLOAN, STATB 8TKEET, K/tlE, Fa. - I T E R. M S . ' One copy, one j't'or, in advance, SI 50 Otherwise, nvo dollars a year will invariably br charged, TJieio lurpu will be striclty udhcred tu in o//cascsj ' . ,.." ' Adiwrlisoments inserted al 50 cent 1 - piT square 01 tho drat insertion, and '23 cents ror each subsequent insertion.. Job Printing, of all varieties, such as Doolix-Pamphlets, Handbills, Show Bills, Curds,Stcam-. boat Bills, Blanks for Notes, Receipts. &c. executed in the beat style nndon sliorlUiolicc. SiAVJCirJACKSmil 7 ' Dealer in Dry uood», Groceric^; Ilnrriware, Cluccns Ware, Lime, Iron, NaiU &c. No.J-21, Cluapsiile, Erie, Pa. '<,

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

Emioratios \Vs9TwaM).—Tho Detroit Advertiser says Emigration ia pouring westward this ybar in a strongor current than eyer. Tho number stopping there is unusually large, and every boat for lake ' ilichigan swarms with families seeking a no' v home. There is plenty af room and many en icing inducements in the great west forthosa vho want to obtain for tbetnselve cheap and pleasant homes. "

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

The hr g htest charm of womdn is truth pud ciindc rj! coquetry is but another worsl ' .ftr dl'ct'it anc .fftlsehpod. . ' ! . . . . .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

mm Mexico Later from Gen. Scott's Army Movement of Santa Anna vpon Putlla Cm. Scott still at JalApa—health ofGelt^ Shields and Gen I\FJ Smith—arrival of Mr. Tri. \ \ ^ By tbe amy&t of the schooner Eleanor Stephens, 1 Copt. Hall, from Vcra Cruz, whence ehc tailed on tho Jdili inst., the-Picayune, of tho 25ih of May, 1ms letters from Jalapa to the 14th inst.—three days later thaji «ur previous advices. \ y* have the" American Star of the lSih inst., the last number of that paper to be issued at Jalapa., : We. infer that the publication of that paper U to be transferred tu . Pue-W», and ultimately to 1 tho city bfMexicp. I • The last number of the Star informs us that fumoro were rife on the 12th inst. that ihe troops at Orizaba had pronounced npoinst Santa Anna and made hi An prisoner. The Star js incredulous, aDd Mr. K.'a letter of the 14th does not confirm the news. > Colonel Ch'lds .is governor of .Jalapa, and will remain there with 2,000 picked trubps, whe...

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

Fatal Vallislaa. ' j Steam boat am> Scaoo.-nsa SurcK-*-Losj or LirE.T-Oo Wednesday night last the'Sieju,. boat Cheeepeake, Capt. Warner, bouid up, when ab >ut eight miles tlas side of Coonnm came in¦ collision v.fth the Sch. Po rterhbuix} down. The) Porter sunk iinmcdiaieI y7Q j. | buut S ft thorns water. She bad a full cargo of corn, - wheat, flour and port, »nd is probably a tot il loss, her crow were all sivij by jumping on board of ?he Chesapeake , which iinmedia ely made forCoiineaut. Wlien ivitain abuut a mile and a holf of that place, and i mile fton fhofe she sunk. There were about fifty cab n pkaseugers^how rrrany steerage, We did tot (earn—most of whrim were ia\ed by retrei ting lathe upper deck, which ieperated frc m'the huU and iloate,! . The 1st Engineer, !!d'porter, one deck Hand snd ihrw passengifM belongiunr to Cleveland, ara known kj be miesing. How many more tre lost ia n it known—^ome nay from ten to-Sfteen. The captain saved himself, wife and an...

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

A FEW FOUNDS OF TEA The Mexicans in this country admit our claims against Mexico, and yet exclaim, "but shall two nations be plunged into a war for a few dollars]'' Three nations, some years back, were plunged into, war about a few pounds of tea* and a few ream* of foolscap paper, and Buili^ikethings, insignificant of themselves. ¦ Mo ther England said, "Pay, me a few more, pennies the pound on your < tea, people over 1 the Atlantic, in America; buy your paper, which you use for certain purposes, of me." "No,." said our ancestors, "not so; we shall dim you not another penny on our tea—we shaTtt use your paper." — "Then we will compel you—with bayonets *nd cold lead, and such like arguments.'' — "Very well, so beiti" Now it may be ' supposed, and we believe it a- fact, that there were certain people in those days who. loved tea, who said—"What! Khali we go to war about a little tea'!—lo! how shall we get tea in that case? Our goodly traffic will be destroyed—men will b...

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

I "A Fire In tho Koar." • Gen. Scott has provoked "a'fire in the rear '" by his .repent address to the Mexicans, Which he probably never thought of when he jvrote that celebrated "hasty ' plate of soup" lettpr. A whig paper in SprfngfMd, Massachusetts, speaking of it, complains thai he attempts to prejudice the propleagainst Santa iAnna, and draw them away frojm his, support." The Richmond Times—^regular whig Bolts press —does n' t liko it, affd hits both Scott and Taylor by accusing them of publishing docu umenls li Mexico prepared for them in, Washington. " Itf addition to these vollies from different sections of the Uiiion, the Boston Post saJ's the [loweH Courier 1 —owned by the editor of the Boston Atlas-f shows its open contempt fo* tho hern of Liindy 's Lane and Cer ro Gordoj by stigmatlziiig! the proclamation as "humbug 1 ' and "slnfffT Written in a "miserable style, "' "sneakingjand dishonest, " "not trT"et " arid charging that the author "knows better." and that if he ...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

"Sam Hotuton" In Limbo. We notice tho°afrest in New York of Sam Ho'isUm, a (lamanche Indian, adopted by and named after tno Texan Sam Houston, nnd present, it i; said, - with' the latter Sam at the battle of San Juulnto. Vbe namesake of the hero was armsted on a charge of stealing about two dozen battles of brnudy,-and sundry other articles of ship stores, from the ship Glenmore, Capt. Michael?, from Bejlfast. ^ A Croat Orr and litila "Wool." There was greatcommotioriaudexcitement among tho*e \vbo felt it their duty to mind every bodyi business but their own, in Albanvi a week or so ago. It appears that a Mr. Lamotte, o : New. Orleans ,] accompanied by two young slaveslarrivcd in that city on his way to F ance. : An atteinpt was made to rescue the slaves, which resulted in the issuing of a writ of habeas carpus to bring the children before a Judge, and snow what eduse there was for their detentipn. j The case came on before Judge Bramhall, at his chamber.— Mr» Lkmduc (leclared...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

THE OBSERVER 1 "Tt* WTortd U Qovtrnoi t?o Mneh." BRIE, P J\. Bntariiir StorolaR, lw Vi, IS4T 0JKIUOCBATIC NOntttAViatta FOR OOVK~WOt& --' FR'S.JL^RUNK FOR CANAZ. COM.M1SSIONE8, MORRIS LONGS 1 RET fjyTHos. H. Elwsom is a July authorized agent to procure, subscribers for this paper. •f£/*Ano :her interesting number of ''Scejies from Mexi< an Life," will be found on our first page. ' . Wn have number third, and the last, on file—it vill appear in our next. (pf There is a pjetty fair prospect, if the American Army remains rliuch'loflger in Mexrco, of the race being rgdnerated as well as the country. Marriages between the volunteers and the Mexican women havo become ouite frequent., -. (X?* We are sorry to learn that our friend Scott, Engineer of the U. 3. Steamer Michigan, has received orders to report himself for duty oti board t^Jjjinceton, now at Philadelphia - y fX/ ""We/^ll attention to the advertisfement in another column, of "Life Insurance. " As to the ben...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

fX/ 5 " tf"!: Bolts has ejtteni a dinner with his. friends in Richmond, and swears to-them tha: he will in ¦esti mate the Santa Anna pssswhei Congress assembles. lie will make a fool (f hjmsell.— >jL' i. Paper. Note vont—naturo saved him the Vroublo long, IniiKago. , ' • ft? 3 The Washington. ExariVmer berat*» right s )u ndly a Tory preacher 6f that place, who dsliv'ered ^ a Mexican scrjnon. Serve* him ri{ h —the rascal should be kicked out pi his ' pulpit, and, with a good pair/of deraocratio hoot"1. ! ' ! JJ-—I f I' feeders'Whlgery Jn Ksw drle«t.! f ; At a recent election in New Orleans, Santa Ann al the one legged hero, received two voles f tt the office of keeper of the pound.— Ho ma le a better run at Cerro Gordo.j Federalism must be at a low ebb in New Orleans. CJ= The Gazette has an article pn th« "spirit of party. " Our friend is evidently; not familiar with the history of whlgery ii> Erie County. He give* some! of his friend* an unmerciful whipping. 05 s ¦...

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