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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 19 June 1847

A E eath-S cene in the Wilderaess. Tl e follov ing is most beautiful and hcarttouc ling. It is an extract frum a sketch i% the Jouraal» f Commerce, entith?d,"A Forcsi^ 1 FuiKral." I ' ~* * "It was n arly nuJnigJif of Saturday night that a messe iger came to Col. - r —, request-. ¦ ing him to g > to the cabin of a settler somothree miles down tlic river, and.see his daugUter> : g ' .rl of fourteen, who.was supposed \a be d\ iti"-. C ol. ¦ ¦¦ awoke me and asked ma to qecomjiaii f linn, and I consented, taking with mo ths. small package of mudiciuotwbicj 11 alw; ys carried in the forest. ' But 1 learn :d soon that there was no need of these, for h r disca: c was past cure. - - ht ivipg tke hou^Cj^ro <lc£ceodcd to thb' j bank of the liver, and : steppe J into a canoo that ay in at eddy, andl seizing npolo,flattened ot one end for a paddle, Col. —— pushed tite ; .s-liglit ve >sel out into the current . , and weshot awiftly i own. I have described so rpapy ...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 19 June 1847

« FoIq a brofgr' slid tho maa, in the e6Chtt viua doubtless, -.one of those magnates aj the same time aicalib and tavern-feec per, who 1 shelter these rajMeactorsdarjiig t.be day for the sake of par^uu £ them »t night. " What j s th& senor perfect thinking of in sending us to patrol in these qt a rters, where ^fs iice never penetrates, I ^ish ko himecK hail tharge of this work,? \ M - . fl "He would have taken care topbring with him hose pistols that ho refused to ur," said one c f the bamf, wh6; , of all of then, appeared ths most courageous, "becausethesecrimitials and these Dial s actors arc not in the habit of carrying \\ke is thoirdrms exposed, as those whom vveaie charged to protect may this night experien t) to their cost," "Yes," said the alcalde, "butwiien they know that .they, ar 1 exposed to assassination at night, they remain at horned' "Butthetenre t aso mad ones whom-no fear will stop," rep isd one of the m:n, "but as it is said by the 3 vaiigelist, ' the m...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 19 June 1847

^l^avo to mp; me open bo v Js of thts swindler of jr&y honor!" shouted thooutraged ijusband, ] j The women, through an -esprit de- ci r », doubtless, all joined in .tho most lamenlabjo crie?, and thrcH- lliejoselves between, the fvo adversartesj when one of itiojfriends «f th > offcudeT, plaiied stealthil y in his handsr a long knife. With this ho turned intrepidly to meet the encounter of bis rival, Tbp oriea pf the women were radaublcdi and it wa,< indeed a most infernal confusioril TImj two enemies, now furious, were mailing tho titirwst exertions to separate tho crowd gather id bctwppnthem. Blood lad hegdn to flaw, vhen in the struggle among thed ' ejl, tho uble jwhicli supported the dead child which,v,as jpverturned, Tbo body fell to tho grotind iv th jidull Bound, nhd tho flowers with whuh H jivas covered, wcfCKcattereda'ound, A Urge circle opened around thecorpse thus prof iiied K-whcna piercing cry rose ajovo all tho tumult, and tho desilate mother ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 19 June 1847

SCENES FROM MEXICAN LIFE Translated froir tbo Franco Amtrieuin for the Albany At* git*.by W.ti.Ik IPIiM(B(D ,JElEi ^^!EiA©^f f FAUT in—THE VEI.KRIO. The gathering into which Perioo had introduced me presented a most singular spectacle. Somo 'score or more of men and women of the lower class of people, were crowded together talking, shouting and gesticulating. A fetid corpse-like odor, mingled with cigar smoke, and the fumes of Xeres wine, and of Chinjfuirilo (a sort of brandy maihs ;from sugar cane,) filled the room. / In tho>rorner of the apartment, was a table covered with provisions of every kind, and cups, bottles and flagons; At a table near by were gathered some gamblers, who were mingling with the clashing, of their brass monoy, all the technicalities of the Monte, and disputing.with , a warmth heightened b y the liquor, over piles of euartellat and! llacoa (Mexican coins of the smallest value.) Under tho triple inspiration of the wine, the women and the' g...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 19 June 1847

FUNNY SCENE Al! THE W10S1 The dimouliies which our policemen often meet in tho prosecution of their duty abroad, and tho way in which 1 they got over some of them, is handsomely illustrated in the following account of the arrest of a Cleveland merchant, as chronicled in the- Cleveland tlerald: "Gqv. Bebb issued tlic 'document, 1 and the officltknowing that his duty, if | ' \vcll done,' shotld be 'done quickly,' spared his prisoner all (leaves taking,' put him through, town in his shirt sleovps. "Half a hunderd lawyer?, however-, gto noj. so'easi y eluded, and the! prisoner by dinfo ' f irrpaksioned gesturosJani loijd cries of'Anbcis f(n-/>ti»' —'a lawycrWa 1 | Iawyor,' made krown his predicament, ¦t)ni)j u7 the'limbs'- t-who physically el least is the Hercu|es of the bar- — sdoji heard of the misliapof hiscilenV oiilmojntine tbe,first liorsp started .in hot] hkste ft rth' e doclc. *T\ya* all in vain. ' Capt. Beldon had rung his fgo-jahead' bell, and the 'States prompt...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 19 June 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY A. P. DUBLIN & B. F. SLOAN, I STXi E STREET , FJllB; P*. T ERMS. One copy, ~ on« year, in advance, 81 SO . Otherwise, tw > dollars a year will invnrytJJIy be charged. Thes< torms will be strictly sphered to in all cases. .. . Advertisement^ inserted at 50 cents per square or the first insor.ion, and 25 cents for each subsequent inscrtior. i Job Printing, of all varieties, such as Rooks Pamphlets, Ham bills, Show Bills, «Jnrd»,Steamboat Dills, Blanks for Notes, Receipts. &c. executed ih the best style and on short notice. . i SMITH JACKSON. Dealer inDrj)H!3ood9,\ Groceries, Hardware, f Queens Ware! Line, Iron, Nails &c. No. 121, Chcapside, Eijf^Pa- • ; j JOI^H. " AirELAr^ ; Count; and Borough Surveyor; otlice in Exchange Duililinss. Ffjetchst, Eric. | ' JOHN R. JOHNSON, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, Hn 'srdmovedhis ! Oirjce, to th<j Publiu Building near the Court House, up stairs, in the room occupied by tile Sheriff a...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 19 June 1847

luck, and your purse is still perhaps pretty welt furnished; in case I should break the bs.nk of the monte, I promise to glvo you half of my winnings." I ' I did not think it; ptudont to meet this demand of Perico.'6 with a refusal. If bo participated in tho gamp of montc still going on I would be relieved far some time from a companion, 1 who had become very importune, and I therefore slipped a few dollars into the hand of Perico. Just at this moment a bell sounded, when one of the croivd raised himself) and exclaimed in a solemn tone, "It is the hour of the suffering souU«-let us pray." - S : Tho gamblers ceased, business op amusement of ever/kind " was"8U8pended, and all in the room were; on tneir knees. The prayer was commenced in a loud tone, interrupted at intervals by the responses, qnd for the < first time they appeared to recollect the cause of their gathering. , Those who can imagine those revellers, with >.heir eyes deadened from intoxication; these almo...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 19 June 1847

. CARTER fc BROTHER. ¦ Dealers in il)rus», MedieiiH-.s, Paints, Oils, Dye, r slulfr, Glass, &c. .No. 6 Reed Houec, Erie .-Pa. B. TOM] ,INSON ci Co. Forwirdinz and C >imvis?ioi> Mcrchnntpj 109 French Street, Eri:, and at 6th Stnet Canal Bd ion, alpp dealers in Groceries and Pnivigions.. HENRY CADVVELL. Poler in Hurdware Dry Goods, Groceries, &c. I fast side of the Diimond, and one door cast of : the Eagle Hotel, £fte, Pa. n^AGLE ~ HOTEiU By Hiram L. Browi, corner of Slate street and the Public square Erie, Pa. Eastern, Western, and Southern Stn re office. " , LYTLE fcHAMIL-TON. Fashionable Merer ant Tailors, on'aho Public Square,! a few do< rs west of Stato ctrect, Erie, P». , , - JOE!, JOHNSON. f)calcr in Theological, Miscellaneous, Sunday ' I .and-Classical Sul ool Book; Staiionary f etc. etc i ' No. Ill, Frenchstrcct, Erie,Pa. P. " ~ A, R. BBACEi ' Attorney and Coun lellor at lawPrairie du Chion, W. lypracliees «n the counties of Crawford...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 19 June 1847

. 1 . t 1 - Dm Yob Say SoppWWe clip the follow ^ inggood thing from ^he 5V*. O. Delta; ' ' "Waiter," said a diner-out, in a down-town restatirat yesterday^. « Waiter, bring mo a plate of soup, quick.]' \, . \ ' «Say soupagain, stranger," said a tall Tennessee returned voli nteer, who happened to sit opposite to him, 'jandPll " give you a Cerro Gordo whi pping, I will; I told the ^ld General when I left hjm at Julapa, that ivhon I came to the States, I'd lick tbe first mail I'd hear savin' soup," • , I ' The D4ta #dda, that it was iwith"great difSculty the Tennessccan could - bo satisfied. Hereafter, gtaiitude and admiratiori vfili alike pbmpel us to dispose, of our «oup :in silence, A newly itwented wire boggy ib p|traeting much attention in Cincinnati. 1 The "Signal" saysjthat it looks in (tho distanpo like a cob-

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 19 June 1847

Written for tho Erie Ooserirer 1 BY ARCnKTYPAI/ ' ' . j . Bow reposo 1I10 fallen bravi — Sleop in peace the heroes i low— . j "Itiit ttio/ in their amunlalDfgr.-iVc, ' I , Jligh ' ai^Cerro Gordo' s browi 7 ' ; i I \iloWtr grave wu never made 1 , A braver band wu nover laid > , To take ibeir lut—their long rep' ote, Aniiit tue groani of UyiDg foc»! I. Soldiers! too llmt no base foe Trend in<ll((nant where they rest, And ye wind*! ob, gently blow I When) you utrmp ncroej Ihnir breoat, Oh, hreallie your sweetest incense iberc, v Aii'liet the night-cloud'«' dewy toar -; In pctftly drop*, at silent evo : { Enrieb tho heroes' liallow'J grave. f Long shall fall a nation's tear ' - " ¦ = To their memory, who now . Rest in lonoly slumber there, Oti the mountain's clouded brow; And long shall we in illence dwell " ~ With vadness on the bravo who fell, ' i And long the UarJ, in stirring verse. - Their valor and their deeds rehears*

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 19 June 1847

'Tho Kepublicano is again endeavoring to aroise tho fears of tho Mexicans against the ma .lunations of a monarchical party. It cdpieidwith this view, a long letter from Paris putlfthed in a Mndrid journal,indicating 'hat monarchy is the sole salvation for MexicP.— Tho Ropublicaiio intimates that the agents of fiuch'a party arc still secretly at work in Mexico; and that some traces of their operations haye lately been discovered in Puebla. The Mm: number of this paper announces thit Cangrens had completed its work of foriniuy a constitution, anJ cjqgrntulales the comtry upon th6 termination of tho groat \vi rk. Tho cflnstitulion , is described as nut so much a novelty an] an innovation as n modification and improvement of the oM ci>natnption of 1814. / • fn tho satna paper nT tho 18th, it is; annoimcsi that a new opprobrium, win about to fall on their unhappy country, in consequence of a iissolmio;) of Congress, [which sO:iu extr Jinc ' partisans of the Puros section were ...

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 19 June 1847

out Thrilling^ Picture , The night fbf the 32nd of February, the an-; nivcrsary of Washington's birthi says a correspondent ' of the Washington¦ ¦ Union, was everywhere throughput ' the | United States, Celebrated by public rejoicings. In tho assembly, at the ball, mingled the gay and the gfave. The gray-bjaired sire, ¦ With Spirits nVade buoyant by the. occasion, joined with tljo young and beautiful in the -festivitiba^f tho night. Around the hearth of tho independent farmer, in the log cabin of the far off west—in those houses where rests tlio ark of'uiir political salvation, the venerable patriarch, like Jacob |of old, gather' around him hjs children and grand children, that once rtojje 'they might-receive a-blessing. The fireofliis youth had gone out; but the spirit of patriotism still burned brightly in- his boebm. To the listening crowd, fie recounted the virtues and the patriotism of that chief, whose arm,'sustained by Omnipotent power, rolled back the great stones, w...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 19 June 1847

ment, an American^ Senator, in the national Senate chamber, was denouncing the country and ct)ti6C for Which they wer& dying, as unjust; and that their enemies were waging a jutt and righteous ivnr. ¦ 'But they breathel .out their spirits; and the cold, unfeeling, an i-American words fell not upon their leaden cars. In the other end of the Cipitul, where Ihe immediate representatives of the peulple were assembled, ^another scene was being enacted; the army appropriation bill was umW consideration. Tho debate opened with ni able and patriotic speech from Mr. NokhIs .of New Hampshire, a worthy, representative of a noblo Stale. In succession followed the Hon. Chahmss Caiirolt,, of New York, a 'Federalist. He made the most liberal speech on that side of the House: andhis patriotic appeals to his brother Federalists "to raise themselves above all party considerations, and help to prosecute the war in'such a way as ^ would reflect honor nnd glory upon their- conntry," did cred...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 19 June 1847

FROM MljIICQ, Very late from the City of Mexico. Fr m th» N. O. i Igajuuol iuno I I. By ^ tho w y of Tampico, we nre placed in possession »f a file of E\ Republicano from the city of Mexico down to and including the 19th of May—eleven days later lhan our previous advices. • ^ The election of President for Mexico was to have tatjen place on tho 15th, of May. As •heelection was made by ihe legislatures of the different State* ' , it is even yet quite too ic-on to know the result, which is likely to disappointi all expectations. In the State of Mexico, Angel Trias, the governor of Chi* hiiahus, received tht? .vole. Upon the fiftst ballot Trihs reeeiveJ,9 votes; General Alvarez?; Gewral Almonte 2; amlSetior D. Melchor Oca npo I. Upon proceeding to elect between ' fiias diuLAlvarez, the former recc-ivT ed JO vows and the/latter 9. of '" In the S^ats Queretaro tbore svas a tie between Scnor Almonte ,nnd-Sinor O. J., Joaquin Her -era. Lots werecast uetweeil the two, and| the chances fa...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 19 June 1847

communication between JaTapa and Vcra Ort^z, qnd consequently put a stop to the transmission of authentic intelligence. We were infurmeJ yesterday,.. says' thj) Ragle of the 29lh, that six Mexicans 'coming in from Santa Fe, were a tracked- and robbed by their own countrymen. ¦ This is the natural result of the atrocious guerilla warfare now attempting to be waged.. ¦ ' ¦ . Another Massacre.—From infprmajiou received at Ver ' a Cruz, (¦hero is tjttle doubt that XJoI. Sower* and five soldiers havo fallen victim.s 10 Mexican ccui'lty. That officer left Vera Cruz on Sunday, the 23J» ult: with' ' an escort consijtiug of live men anJ Lieut. Mc-¦Dimnell, of Capt. Wheat's company. Ttyey arrived in gafeiv at Santa Fc, and lodged there during the night. Finding that dipt. Ut. had Ivit, arid learning that ho couM not be inbro than 30 ta ' ilcn in arlvanco, they dotermine.l to push oi» for Jalapa, with an addition of two more cien. Nothing ha'l been heard Ojfihem for ts§Vera( <lay4, ...

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 19 June 1847

tTtiK Ti^xAS .Porsosrso Cask.—fUoctor A. C.II)ensoni(saysthc Gslveston ' N«vs of the 1st) directly from Cherokee county, in the vicinity of j Shelby, whore the lato dreadful enso of poisoning happened, informs us that tho wedding party was probably poisoned b yj accident, the proprietor of tho house having, arsenic iiij place of saleratus to , make the/ cijkes, pastryt &c. Dr. James H: Starr, of Nacogdoch .es, Was pent for, who has written 1 a j lctter stating! that seventeen outof the fifty] four poisoned, had died about the 1st inst. —j O;ur informant Icnrns that six others have j ginccj diml, and that fifteen or twenty more are conj sideroJ in avevy dangerous pitualion. ! Patent Elastic Baby Jumpers, j OR NURSE'S ASSISTANT, a new nnil aim:w sin;, ' article of the nursery, by u'hich inrant. -i lbr«c inmi ha of alee can aniuseanil exercise tliqinl splvcs, rcstinjr as they do on a liitlo scat or sailj diewhich soives to sustain (he child ' and sivcif ^11 tlic support req...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 19 June 1847

Jacktfon Monument. U' c learn from tin New York True Sun tliat tho sito for tho Jackson Monument at Washington has been selected. It is a beautiful plot of ground t orth of.and immediately fronting the Presilonlial mansion. At " a meeting of the c< nrimitteo last week it was decided that the foundation shall consist of one solid block of rough stone, estimated to weigh at \east~one tl ousiuid tons! This can be procured in the vicinity of Georgetown; delivered and p * ut in place, for 825,000. ^ The design of the Statu? is after tho model of that of Peter the Great. Euiitiout artiBt—Powers of Florence, and Mills, of 'South"' Carolina—havo been requests. to furnish designs, and state the peculiar k nds of brouzo best caIoulated for tho magu ficent memorial, so that Congress may be ap plied to for the old cannon taken diiring the p -esont war, to be thereto appropriated. Thi lenormous stone will be laid, with approprieto ceremonies outhelStli of March next, tho birth-day of ...

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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 19 June 1847

CCJ^Thos. H. Ellison ii a duly authorized ageut to .procure subscribers for this paper. ' ; "A most Thrilling IPiomre." The article under this hi ad,in another colu tin will' be found well vv >rth a perusal. It p aces the course of the whig party ' in Congress,, bjefore the public in its true light, and is an entire and complete refutation of tbo false claim sefHip by some of our federal cotemporuries, that their psr y hasf'aided in the prosecution of the war'" ag: instMexico. Let none fail to read it, be ho yhig or democrat. fXf ^Our advertisingjfriends have encroached on our space so' much t lis week, that we have had to dispense with apart of our usual cditoral variety. A good excuse. | OC^? Our .up town friends are referred tho advertisements of T. W. Mooro in another c ' olmnn. Ho keeps on ha;idji general variety of useful and pleasing art icles,' ranging from a cigarUJ-aBaby Jumper , and from ' a rilhert to a fiiio Apple. By the iy, speukingorPinc Apples, reminds ...

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