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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

jyVVe acknowledge'the receipt of the Parlor Magazine, an excellent religious and iniscellaneoi s monthly*! published in New' York, by E. E. Miler, 151 Nassau St., and edited by tint versatile and popular writer, Rev. J. T. V, Eadlev. Tho number before us 19embellish*d with a beautiful plate of tho "Mountof Olives, from the Walls of'Jerusalem." Joel Johnson i* the agent (or this city ' . "A Few Poaadi of Toa." We , catl special attention to the article under this head, in another column of our paper. There are ¦ sj un^ homo ttfuths in ft, quaintly toldj and funjibly eicpressjed. i fX/ *" We are happy to/chronicle the return of Lieut. McDougal, forjmerly of the Michigan, but lately of the Mississippi, (o his family in this place,. He returns, we believe, on furlow, on accqunt of a sprained ankle. He was at the bombardment ' of Verrt Cruz, and although then on crutches, rendered essential service in that glorious achievement.

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

OyNo difficulty xvhatever 1 has been experienced tins season by boats in coming in and going out of our harbor,' lotwithstanding some of the large class steatrcrs call here regularly. There is about 1< "feet; water, and tne channel so w< It staked; !>ut that a blind man could hardly miss it. We have no doubl the oombinntiDn on " the fakes had more to do with the depth of-water in som(^ of our ha ¦ - bors than natu re. or the general governmen:, (iy*Has not the Obss rver beaW of the sijigularly fatal (isease which, nun got aroon j horses in New Jersey, s ipuosed io Ivave beeh occasioned J by the TariF of '4fJ, ' IHe is b6-hind the -je.wsJ—CfosettB. i !•,. '!'! ': [•{ \~ \' Certarnly we have hei rd of ft. Webelievo our dates, however, frot i that State are later thsnour neighbor's. -It ladthen "got among'' tbe Ittoig cor/J quadruped, and was spreading this nay. The editor o' the Gazette had better look but, ae wo belli ve fh* disease iicoritogeous.! ¦ ¦ ' .. ¦...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

t Mexican PiuvAiKBMNO.—A letter received from Barcelona, in Spain, by a merchant of .Plymouth, Engliin I, on the l'2th of May, an 1 published in a Lmnlon paper received liy the last steamer, cnnniaes the following state¬ ment.' "On the 1st of May, ar ived a small vessel of about sixty-five tons, belonging to Barcelona, armed with a swivel,and said to bean 30^ pounder, having obtained a Mexican commission to act as a privateer, and hoisted Mexican colons. She brought into this port nn American bark, of 280 tons, from St. Domingo; ' •The authorities took up the matter, an.l, uponan examination, condemned ihe privateer as a pirate, ami the American vossl proceeded on her voyage. » "I learn that three other .vcsseli nre fitted out with Bimilar camraisions, as -privateers under tbe Mexican flag. Tho authorities of Barcelona behave well in this afliiir. Part of the crew * of the American vessel were on boar'l of tbo "pirate, nnd were compelled la «id in bringing her in, while part Wer...

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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

(jj* The Free Masons are preparing fpi magnifcent celebration in Worcester, Ma sachusi tls, on ; St. John ' s Day which occu next n onth. Also'at Washington in ll Stale. , ' (t/ ^Tie Bratlleboro ,Plw>nij" siys tli^at t Blory jo ng the rounds about (he d< ath "Thunferbolt," the English higliwaynian, that to'i-n, is a "delightful cock-and-bt 11 st ry." 'Ve suspected as much when we re it, come* uehtly were not among the "sue ed." ' < - ^ j fX/ ^The Ite'public, of Buffalo, is not sui peiided ai was reported. We receive it'dail and fin( i. a valuable addition to our exchani list. If t ny^ of our ' friends wish an oxcellei dnjly ?3i weekly from Bnflalo, we recommen thoih ' tc s :nd for the Republic.

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

(U *Uport examining the enects founa in Santa Anna's himenda^, or House, 'between Vera Cruz and Jalapa, the following articles were found but left untouched as' sacred property: ¦ ( A bottto of Dr.' Svvayne'g panacea. X, A box of Wright's Indian Vegetable pills. ' A long letter from Tutn'KIorwin upon the war. Tho concluding sentence was: '•Give them a luwpiiable grave." ' S'i A bundle of Daniel" Webster ' s Philadelphia tory speech. I A (Ingnerreotypo Likeness of the editarLof the "Boston Chronotype." A Ixrttlo- of gwufiw "Whig h»ir oil." ' ¦ Af buttle labuliod "Po.leral sympathy" and inscribed on ths buck "Oliver Oltlschnul/' What a Bplen.lid federal Vendue they would tnake.—Enlen Jlrgu: \

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

Not Bap.—They tell of a volunteer, who returned to Dayton, Ohio, after having reached Cincinnati on. his way to Mexico. Many were the jibs he encountered .on. bis return; and, among the rest, a couple cf bis Whig friends asked him what he bad comeback for. He replied, that'fearing he might fnll into.ihe hands of the Mexicans, he had returned for a copy (if Tom Corwin*s speech, as he was confident oil b-ll could'nt injure him among tbe Mexicans while in possession of that document.'" . We should not be surprised, should he be taken by the Mexicans, ' to hear of his ele«aiion ' to sonne important post among them, provided he t«ke,s good care and mokes proper us© of this talisman.—Penntylvanian. ¦

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

Oy'Col. Jefferson Davis, now in command of the 1st Mississippi Rifles, has been appointed by the Governor of that Staje ^ U. S. Sentor' in place of Hon. Jesse Speight, recently deceased 1 . 1 - ¦ . .. ,. SXsinor Bailie.., , | .We had the p leasure of examining this new and splendid steamer, the other (' ay, and pronounce Her equal, if not superior, in point of finish, good' accommodations and safety, to any craft on the Lakes. . She makes this port her,stopping place for ooal, of which she conmimo* almvitQOO"ton* en<*h trin, " .

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

D?spatcues anb Mbkican TRorams.— The Waufcinpton Union *ay«-f—"We are infnrroel that Oimmander Sand*, tote of the U. S. steamer Vixen, cruising in the' gulf, of Mexico, arrived in town lQ-day with despatch* e» from Commodore Perry for' the Navy DeJ partment. He; brings wtth him m fHiniber of flags taken from the e»emy at Tunpan; alf,o UiqfO of tho bri g Truxtnn^ wbich were captured.- He.i««i8oin chargftoff<>m»bea.utJr fnl bra«s oydahee, taken from the castle ofSah Juan de- Ull"», brought an trophies to be put «t thff disposal of the g ivernment. ¦They are now on board the U 8. ship St. Mary's arrived at Norfolk ; oiv Monday last.

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

Gbr*t Mem;8 lisatKATieus.o.Mr. Web* ster, wblte in Charleston, like Mr. .Clay In New Orleans, felt, a laudablo nmbiton to slay ioinelhlng. Mr. Clay wished to kill a Mexican, but Mr. VVebfterin the dearth of lomcorl*, expressed ii desire to kill an Alligator. 1 He fired but the hide of the *niroa| was harder than any Cider ever drank Id the campaign of 1840, and the ball bounded from the; animal's back like parched corn from a hot etbve-plate. Mr. Webster Intend* next to try a eofr ebelled alligator. : . /v- ^ -p,, ''' y\z: Si. \ •_ i - ? Tbe Mexican authorities have, suspended the liberty of the press in that country, ¦

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

, ; j An. U« worthy offlieMan. Gen. Dromgoole, of Mrginis, It is said)hu left his entire ^state, w, th the exception of a few. friendly legacies, t<i the children of Duggcr, who, ten years, ago, fell by his hand In a duel. Thl» affairafli-rds a ,nolher evidence of tho iioble charncterpf he; man, and the deep contrition he felt for an act whicn a false sla'o of Bocicty cnmpollnd him fe commit. , Whig Lor* for tbi Oatlialic*. The Mexican whig press, from tbe National Intelligencer down .to' tbe peculiar organ of Gen. Taylor in this federal ridden corner of Pennsyftanla, have all at once fell desperately in love with the CathnHc Churcb. We would hope thatnhls love to not hypocritical, but siijcere, and that they will fcirove that it is so by becoming exemplary members ' of that respectable body ;of Christians. Ajlhmigh we acknowledge that the- "vilest dinner may rein nil" our chnrity is not capacious enough to believe that these gentlemen will do so, or have anymore resp...

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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

tt7*?Tbo .Ajjti-Sccret Society: R?p Van Winkle ofthe Commercial has woke up agsln, and «b down on Odd Fellows, Sont of Temptranct, and the Lord knows what, in ram : ¦pant «ty|e. f \ye suspect the fact thai ijtie eSilor of the Gasette (« a Son,of Temperance might account for this sudden^ rouiihg from ills,broken'nndlong ftleep. '' , " ' .' * * A Bukwi «• th<t Tmtla Taylar Whi g*. . The Taylor men of thi > State (by which we mean those whi g* who oi e red hot for tbo gallant old General for President), are the most Ultra adherents to the d< funct tariff of '42—they tell ua the old Gedi ral ia an out an out advocate and believer in their dogmas of protection, and many of th?m affirm' that if he v'ere not so, hi could ml receive their supclurt. What \rill they d> nowf ' iThe Baton' Houge, [Lou.] Advocate a federal! paper pub-I shed where C en. Taylor resides * and which c f course ough .to and doss know, Lays he be-I nigs to no pa ty; ' that r.is view...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

IMPORTANT PROM MEXICO From U« N «* Orletm Drill, Jtny S7. CfP. Worth at Putltd—advance of the army Herrera ettctcd Preiidcntof Mexico—caplitre ofa train, $c. ¦ .. At an early (mat this nwrning tbeeieanv »nip Palmetto a(-r!ve<f from Vera Cruz, t rinsing dates from that cit|y to the 22d, and from Jalapa to the 2Ut. \V« are in receipt bfour full correspondence^ but have only time to giveithe . followingbrief extractx *i this ' late hour. ' . -'- _'. •" Our correspondent ''Mustang" writes from Jalapa, Under date of theaiat inst.: ..j , "We have positive information of the trrival of Gen. Worth's command at Paebhj;—Go the approach of our army to the city. Gen. 8anta A ( una, who was there at the time supplying his troops with some necessaries, sent out a detachment to engage Gen. Worth until he could procure Iiis supplies; but the encounter was soon over,' and Santa Anna and his army compelled (o fly. In the skirtbish there wJure four Mexicans killed—our loss none. He ha...

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

LIFEINSUKANCIv. mHE HUPE MUTUALLIFEINSUBAN made arrangements uiiblht subfcriber to secure io any yireun Litq [nsiirances who may be dcair ougo: proem ine ihe »ame. This institution acu upon tlie imiiudl principle and affords inducem ni.i td persons to secure a competence to their families against contingencies and uncertuintip* ol lite, lliai none other in this couniiy can. Poll ciesgrunted, in every instance, makes tho inxur ed a stock bolder in Ihe ' company, to tin- amount equal to iha premium paid, wilh the ulinosi positive certain,y of a re urn * of lory per cent. A f uin ii. in only nece-sary ihnt a small au ' iouut. e qu»l to half ihe premium, should bo paid in cash, balance is paid by ihe note of the person insured , thereby making uciual cpilul ouiof the individual's owi, liability. 'I'huse me some nf the udvuntri^rs ej ' this company over moa 1 . oilier?. Any person by c.illi"" upon the Pitli?crilifr can be made fully ucquainU'd wiilf all iho opferalions ol the HI3...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

Tb« Bet 1 Mas •* the Season;. The very best thing we hav^ eeen lately, happened a few days since, between the Nashville Union, a democratic paper, and the Nwhvillo Whig. The "NaslWilleJ ]Whig" had published a lengthy article in ' favor of Gon. Taylor for the Presidency,' aiid challenged the "Union" to copy it, in return for which tlje "Whig 1 ' promised \o publish nny other article that the "jjnion"' might select, provided It was not twice the length of the article of the "Whig." To which the '•Union" agreed; but instead of chosing an article frdm its own columns, or f/bih a democratic paper, the editor turns buck to the files of the »Whi g'[ of May 2$, ,1846, and chooses the following article, for re-insertion in the columns , of (hh "Whig." What says ' " our neighbor of the Gazette, to giving it a place in his coiums. It is from, a staunch whig papert, and miglit be interesting tu some of his rfcaders, who are still in the dark in regard to t|io Origin of this ' \var. 1 From i...

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Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

DEALERS' IN 1 FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GQ l)DS.| . I - ' T ISTofname.of" f u!i4oo»ena»^ed inthe sell . ing and vendinijiif good*, wares, merchandize, co ' mmodities ofelecisof whatever ttipd or nutitre-,;ie»i.l9nt ^Bcl doia^ business wjiihin the Couniy of Erie. Pennsylvania," cJasain*! and as sensed according to law, b y the undersigned up p.raiscr of mercantile luxes In the couniy of Erie, for the year I3<7.' ; f /Ems—East W*ho. 1 / * 1 KUs*. ' - Ijeenst. Vfncent,Himrod|JiC&. • ' 1 $J0 00 Lester, Sennett 4-Chesier, p 25 00 CM. Tibbals, } , * it J5 0Q. Smilh Jackson, ! JJ Ii 59 H. Gadwell, • ¦ 12 12 5J J. H. Fnllenon * Co. 13 13 50 Moses Koch, Ii U 60 J. C.Becbe, H 12 50 VV.C. &R. P. Hifilbcrt, W . 10 00 P. Arbuckle, l» 10 00 Goo.lwin &. Truesdail, 13. 10 00 A. T. Spencer, |» Jtt 00-T. W. Sterrett, 13. 10 (» D.-B. Clark, i 13 10 Oil G. "gulden & Son 13 ¦ 10 00 J. S. Burton & Co. 13 10 00 D. McAllaMcr,. . ,13 10 00 Morion & Co. »...

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Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

PARIS Kid Qlovei>-A hcuuiil' ul u»=.» .. ' , ,u, Wliiie ' Mn ' a Colored, selling cheap ill! Nb 4 Cheap«ide;hy - MORTON & Co: Mfie ,JMaj^2,J^47. " ' EMBO3SEDTaHleanrl PJano Forto CorerV. English and American, for Bain attire "Sow Siore" No ' . S, CHeapaide. MORTON * Co.. • Erie, May 22, 1317. | • ' I riALIPORMA PLAID, fof^Boy'r coals and l_^ pa.tolooni, - a Ii tie the ' nicest ouv at llio "No\< Store/ 1 No. 4, Cheapai ' dc, , ! ^ ,:. 1 ¦ I ' fl MORTON & Co. i P.rle. May 23. 1817. 11 GliN I'LliVlENVS French Boots: the kind you read of in ihe hack part o< the Bank, guin^ off al reduced Pf ites, at No, 4, Cheat^fdo, \ ' ; i , JMOlHiKi biVoA Erie. Mnv 2-2. l<?47. ' , \ i LADIE S' SMO S--.Ladiea'Mislscs - and children's jShocs— a ((irffe aasdrutie Jt a,!, the •'New Siore," No. 4, Cheapaide, 1 . i ' I j I , I MORTON & Co. ; Erie.May 851. 1S17: ; | { ' > i i \Vool! W oolff WoaliH r¥1^E highest price paid for Wool at No. 1, Xi i...

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Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

TO RED HKA DS AND GRAY. rpVUIAN I1AIII t)\ E.|a wnrrantedarticle ^ ^ coloring .the hair ; bbiulifirl tu&wn tit j:t dUcR, il wiUnnt wear t fi, | soil ila Ihxen, bt Color thj sliin . asliundre !s en tes.ilv. .. ) It lias also been usiid succc^fully in colWlnj Fuis ' . ' , "¦ . |" !• Bewdrcnrilte-cortntcrlWt. ant) ho sure you gfI the si-nuine, pr, paced w ly h'y Geo. W. Merchant. chemist, Lock port, N. V. " Samples of Hair may lie seen at'the siorcof Ui s proprietor or hfci agent** Price S3 cents. ' i Sold by J. H. Burioii &*co, Erlq; S. S. & H. Fasseit, Aalilabuln, O'io 1 ; and D. N. Wcbiter, Conncaut, Ol ' iio. • ly50 NEW ESTAJLISHMENT. AUCTION & COW MjSSlOiM STORE. ¦ T, IK u >tiet«i2in:il he^ leave to inform iheir fri<-ndii nrid ' tlnvp'iblic generally, that they have co>ni .ucn6ed ihe ab ive bnsinesa at tho old ptarJ of John Gruli ' arAi, c r. Stale strcct k tw« itoaa doiih of ihp Etr^aHotct, «here thry are reitfylo renriVc a...

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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

OK iffFDICtrm iruftt,o:r / »HKJHf BICMS'iNl IwoKlo:: MiaeHANrs V TUB BBST H«j . inc ¦ i geo. w^ T^tMttJHC Bl ' L. N \ ' N invaluable remnl? for Horses, Cattle and XX other domestic n liniah, in ihflj «ui« cf tb* following diacast"« I Frtik iriuut!*,. * t" tluta, Sltfjiff , Gallsofiull kinds, . Strains, Lvmtntsr, Sprnins\ Bruises, ¦ Hma Cracks,] Cr^ktd Metis, Famtdtred K^f, Rinzbcnr, iKm./jjf/i, \ Hautchts «r Creuse, Poll Et,l. Callus -Uanjrv . ! ' ! Spjvins, Suieinty, rtltra Uitlemptr.. \ rtisabo a Universa ' Famjly Embrbra'roo for I diseases ol lit man Flesh, »uch ae • IthenMitlim, . External Peiunis, fliteSofAnhnaH, PctinfiU A' ertaU* dfftCF,ot llilit, turns, ' . Itoils 1 Com*, WhtilncS r i Bum ' s nnJ S:ah'.s, Chilblains, | i Cnitnas, ' Chafpt d Jlandt, , Contracts of the Muscltt, aictllings. Wound*, H'taknitsofthc Joints Kiktd Breasts. ; MKiteickNT - s GiiHO .iv? O«..—It l« worthy of jpruial remaik, (h.it 1 <-»ide» the «e*t «w e«r»- oidin.iry powers'in he cu.e...

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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

rMUE IIXTENSION!—A Urae confignme;nt of Indian Ciiol»«!oode, (of cure or Kever a'nd Asue, Bilions Fever, rtc, etc., anJ will be sold to drussisttend dealers by tlrocuieot dozen , al wholesale pricos, bv • Jiwp 13 J H. fiTTRTAN tt On . »gfn-f. ' LOT FOR SALE. ' YOU enn pun-hiiM the best Io; in "Jorusnlem" by immediately enquirinsof WinvC.K<Iho^ K»q.. at n bargain. It is part of Lnt No, 3726 and i723, wtil» ~ 1* 3 3-4 feet front and 1 110 feet b.ick on fhird streel,juininif G. J. BallV proper v. I Er'<*. lune 5, 1847. NOTICE. AS J Intend to>be several yennt nb^cnt from ihe United Stairs ofler the first of September next, and in the moan tin« slioll nnl be able toi-ivc much a'ten'ion to iho practice of Inw , my cliente and professional correspondrnts nro informed (hat all my unfinished provisional husines^ is left in charaeofGiaham.t Thompson, Earl's, who win * give il every necessary alien'ion. [ ' ' HORACE HAWES. Erie, June I, 1817. ; 3t3 ADMINISTRATORS' NO...

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847

ifoEW *AND FRESH G^CERIESi At JVo. 6 Poor Peonsh Row. WF. itlNDUJtMUCtl f njfs just redeived a • lar^o and well selccled ' ag-ipVimcnlol wet, dry and Family Groce/ics; Dye SuiITj, Nails ai d Glujs, ivliich hu willsell cheaper iwj cash thai: any oiher establishment in town, pleaeu cull and see. - ! . Jujio 12, 1317. JU. - ? f ltlii:iil\[KD « bu«s Itio, Cuba, St. Po. in in so and Java Coffee, one di>0i north of ihe] liig U'iiidow. Stale streui, by ; W. F. KINOEftNECttT. June 1?.. I847 , ¦ ¦ A BUKt 'ALu jW HI IU LE \U.~ ' An invoice ol this superior article just received. Also', Pittsburgh Lead, (Falmesiock & Co's make,) diy and in oil, ahvuv> on hand nnd warfamtd, June It. ' .if H. BT)Rlil <i> & Co. Lli liJHKS.—A loi o ' prime bwedijii L>uecni-s, in sood condition, juel received by Juno 12. JJ H. BUS 1U.N & Co. WINUN 'S AltC \NUM-Said to be betier than any prepar, lion of Sursaparillu as u Spring Pinifier and general rorre...

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