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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

Written for tho Brio Observer. OH SPARE THAT FADED GEM BY aRCHEITPAI. Oh »pare Ibat fiuoJ gem for me, I love It in its flat! decay; Though bickly tirooping od itt tree, Yet L&tly, toaf it not nway! Its fate too inucb re terabit 1 a one—Ono tthoscmeniory is most dear* Arid tiius I btill woiittl gaxu'upoa, And batbo it with affection' * tear. 2a li&rcynungr ?|>rtaff, ere care had set y His signet on my desttu'd round—prc yet tho rutMe»i hand ofdeathj Halb levL'r'd tici ivhibh love h&d bound, One angel spirit grew, with rao, And ripen'd in fuiryirgm bloom, Uut, ab, too ionti a\as,'wa.9 c(io Cull'd bunco to fill'an enrly tomb. Oil, she wu» purtf as saints abore And fair as_ aught iImv's ftiir on earth, 31 ore genUa thin the goutlo dove. And svrcolly cheerful in her mirth; And {.cnderne&s.ihvelt i'lih.r brnait, And every kindly fenfiW dwell, For slir, dint oWicrt might bo Most, : ; Iinpartctl all thebliu the felt.' But oli r when iu life 1 *...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

WELCH SAYINGS Three things that .never hecomo rusty*—the money of tho benevolent, the shoes of the butcher's horse, and a woman's tongue. Three things not easily done—to allay thirst with fire, to dry wet with water, to please all in every , thing that is dope. Three ' things that are as good an the best.—brown bread in| fam? ine, well water ' in thirst, and a grey coat in cold. Three things as good as their better-*- dirty water to extinguish the fire, an ugly, wife to a'blind man,and a wood sword to a coward. Three warnings from the grave<e*lhou knowest what I was, thou seest what I am, remem¬ ber what thou art to be. Thrco things of short continuance,—a lady 's love, a chip fire, and a brook's flood. Three things that ought never to be from home—the cat, the chimney, and the housewife. Three essentials to a false story teller*—a good memory, a bold face, aqd fools for an audience. . Three things seen in the peacock—the garb of an angel, the walk of a thief, and the...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY A. P. DURLIN & B. F. SLOAN, 1 ; . ( STATE STREET, EIUE, P*. J. ' :TERMS. Ono copy, one year, in advance, " SI 50 Otherwise, two dollars a year will invariably be charged. I These lurmi will be strictly ^adhered to inn// cases. Advertisement? inserted at 50 cents per square Or tho first insertion, and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. ' . Job, Prijnlin?, of all varieties, such as Books Pamphlets, Handbills, Show Bills, Cards . Stcamboat Bills Blanks for Notes, Receipts. &c. executed in the best stylo and on short notice.

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

LosiNq a Character.—A young Irish se ' rvant girl, coming from Albany recently, in ono of the night steamers, had the bad^Iuck to lose the "reoomend" . which had been g iven her on leaving her lwt place, She brought, however, the accompany ing rather dubious'tioket,' which she presented to a neighbor of ours;«- "This ia to s»y that Kathleen OiHazen good character when she left Albany, hut aha lost it onboard the steamboat coming down fror» Alb* py."— Knitkcrbptker. , -; SEARCH FOR WJVESj v ' Whero'do .nien j Usual y discover the.women who afterward s become their wives? is a. quest tron wo have ocf asion ill y beard discussed; a ltd the resul; invariably eqrno to, is worth menttonfnij tar otir yfiing Iddy readers.—» Chance has much to do in the ' tffFair; but then there aro important ga\ crning circumstances, It is certain that few ' irten make a! selection from ball-roorrrs, or an/ other place of public gaity; and nenrly. as fetjr ara influenced by what maj be ct.lle ' d sf...

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

SMITH JACKSON Deater i i Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Unccns Wure, Lime, Iron, Nails &c. No. 121, Chcopfide, Erie, Pa. •

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

FBpMJpiCD. Later from Mexico. • y- I Our gleanings from ihe cipious Mexican t corresppnJenRf», anJ extracts from Mexican papersJcontHincd in our New Orleans exchanges .of the lOthinst., do not include much I that hay not before bpen given our reader*. \\ ' e have before noticed the establishment >| *1 ^ 'JC ^ILtAIOL/, UIIU in connection with thid indication of (lie times lyri Picayune remarks, that there is n verjr Urge party in Mexico in favor of miking •s ^peace with llio United State?, is becoming ¦ daily-more evident. This piariy has nut yet bctto heard amij the senseless clamor of the i!nthlnkiii|r mob, and ths loud, empty boastings of military pretenders, but it Will sor.ii * lind a. v|oico potential in the affairs of the coiiniry. NothW appears in the files of the Mexi¬ can papjers in regard to Santa Anna's j ec?p. tion injthe capital. We cannot therefore tay if he wpre Blonod or insulted by the po mlace. That hi3 _coui>trymen areprofundly indignant «t his...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

THE OBSERVER "Tho Worlds Govomoft too Much. " Salardnr illariiiuu. JfunrSil, 1SJ7 BEMOCBATK! IVO»I\ATtON8 Fon. GovEasou, FR'S. R. SHUNK FO^ CV^M, COIIMISSIOSKR, MOIiniS L0NGSTUET.II (O^THoa. It. Pli.isos is a duly authorised a<renttu procure subscribers for this paper. Tne Next Presidency—Gon. Taylor—A National Convention. There nre some men who are nnver easy—asleep, awake, siui;)<» pr standing', we find them eternally on- Ins vrjovo. Tins vmcaay i teniporament is Visible in all their relations of life, vlf politicians, they ' are unsafe—not to be trusted—they vacillate ftom one thing to another with eo rnuch ease that, like the Paddy 's lien, when ono uUe/n;)ts to puMiis fin-, g;er on th?m the;. 'are Viot there.' We pity sach m?n. Uut when wo fin 1, aided to this, tin inordinate self-esteem, prompting tho possessor, to push himself forward And attempt to lead his party into unexplored and unt^iod paths—after unknown gmls, as it were—^vljen he might, f...

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

i " . , r»r ih« Erie Objerver.^- THi3 COUNTRY PRfesS. Mbssrs. Ei^rrons:—The public are more deeply interested in the prosperity of tha {'Country I res*," than atlSrst sight would seem a-ppann tj to those who cast but a superficial glance at Uie subject. The school h?uw and the academy it is true, are time honored! receptac leg ofj learning: bt|t the veriest A B C of life's (diication is taught in them , anrT experience ells us how much of what is learned in boy lie od has, in maturer.years, lobe unlearned, br forgotten. Life with its turmoili and vicissitudes lies outside the school houseand thoiigh we tire clear of the teacher » nd hi» birchen a sde^arrt, Nevertheless we often ti6c4 reproof jihc alw 'ays a practical ' teacher in the trying sell ol of manhood and duty. This in dispensible tutor and sovereign guide, nefiad; in the "cm ntr-y press," the organ of opinion , the vehicle of thoughtj emphaticall y the engine offre( dqm, because it is the great schoolmaster am teacher o...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

Arrival oflhc Steamship Cambria DECLINE OF BRBAU1STUPFS-*DBATH OP DANIEL OCONNltiL AND REV. DR. CHALMURS. New York, June Vt—3j P.. M. The Steamer Cambria reached Boston at } before 9 o'clock llys morning-. Biea'Jstuffs have declined "^ in the Liverpool market.. The quotations of the Market on the 4th inst., were: Flour had declined to 40s, but on iho day of the sailing of the steamsr it was. bringing 423. Sour 1 averaged from 3T to 38 1 * per barrel, Amsrican SVtisat 10s *7d to 12s per 70 lbs. Indian Corn was steady at C3s for prime yellow, and in 60in« iuslances white has ' commanded-2s, more ' than yellow. ^3orn Meal ranges between 28 and 31s, with a teuJencv to the higher quotation. .London iMxiiKET.—In the London market 1Flour is quoted at1,50s. Cuium has advanced an-.l 39,000 hales Upland was sold at Of 1. Tne Provision market was languid. B^ef scarce a'n.l not mucli in demand. Butter and Cheese maintaiiie.1 lair prices, um\ the con-Rumptiou h^9 bo^jn unusually t-rert...

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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

A Wat for tho Commercial to CracS. We find the following in the Detroit Free Press. It is a hard "nut" for the Wilmot proviso loving whigs, and we should like to see their and G3n.,Tay.lar'3 especial ogan, the Commercial Advertiser, "crack it." Wo caution our cotemporary, however, not to smash his fingers in . the effort. By the by, if ho should do sp without raising" a' "blood Mister,"' suppose, ho takes ifp iiis candidate's letter to Gen. Games, in which he takes ground in favor of the further extension of territory: '•Prejudices ever have and ever will be indulged by thinking men and a self-goveruiii"' people. Few' are free from its influences, and most of men .are bisssedjiy their early impressions and opinions. Tfio writer of this ackuowledgegjthat to some extent, ho is one of the number,* and he proposes [to show that Genera! Taylor has been, and probably is still, as liable as himself to tho like Impeachment. At Green Bay!, in tlfe spring cJf 1817, when Breyat Major Gener...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

TtiF. N. v itntal FaniT.—A. deep tragedy, the resnlt-ofa piece oi black hcartcJ basenetis, was enacle.l at iUinlgomcry, Ala 1 ., on the 11th inr-t. A vhVfician of standing, Dr. S. S, Pony, wi^ .-hotdi-ad in ihe Post Oilice in that placo liy Col. Winston. Perry was/Winston's iuTftilyjphyaicinn, his personal and politicitl'friend.! sit! had se.l'iced l|is wife. The puMic iymp'ilhy appears'to lie entirely with Win«ito!i, whilst rVrry i.s whuMy unmourncd ' —unless K be by his injured wife. Col. Winston \\:if Sta;e KeiiKliT for Knmpter, nnil'fov the two last ' tcsjions President of the Senate; Perry was lust tsoision a Representotive from that county, buth Democrat-'. Tha ufi'air produced the mo.-t iiitiiis-o excitement in thot community. A judicial investigatinn of tho affair was to commence on iho }'2lh. Pern* hud a si* barrel pi.-to! in his ]»ei[ci nt iho time he was t-hot, hut had no time to tibe it. PuBttc Libr^hihs Tiir; usited Status. —The inq:nnir hnsjho followinij paragraph,...

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

| Sp»a:,ing it right Oat-A correspondent of one of ihe whig pane a in Pittsburgh,-in speaking of their recent county contention , says: I "One man, I-know occupied a seat on the floor of thatjbody, wlni I .wonder was not afraid to trust himself in ifie Court house he eo ihfumoiisly robbed, and two others, from tbe ' first Ward in Allegheny, owed their return to d sgraceful frauds perpetrated in their presence-, and with their encouragement, by a 1 notorious housebreaker ." t ~ I . The naughty fellow, to tell such homo truths of his oivn pojjtica| Hesh and blood. There must have been a sale of the Sheriff's nomination, or some:ether fat office, as there was onu-upon a time in a whig county convention something less than tieo hundred miles north of Allegheny, - - i-' ' i Population ol Pittsburgh. According tu a new directory issued in Pittsburgh by Isaac Harris, the population of that city anil the surrounding towns, jwd suburbs within five rriifJee , is 100,000, of whom the nativ...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

R\Tiir.R Cool.—While the Chesape-nke 1 was layiriT- to-hjr aijeh'))-. gradually sinking, a:i I jn^t before-f!ib w.-nt down, a uentlL'tiian sought out hi-5 wife, win Was standing on the hurricane dt-efc. un'i tfvis nccisteil her: ! ' '•Well viilW* FniJ he, ^th at long mooted qiieslion will very soon be settled with us 1 ' "What d'> you mean?' 1 eriid the' wife, ' "\vh:it rjn-slion •! i you r.>fi:r to!" -Why,"' Ha ' i.l Iip , ••_lhe ipivtio!! whether that old lied Drugon has sirriL heads and ten horns, or (t« ht'lids nod sevs 'n. horn :.'' '-O, hus'ianili"' said llie lady. "Jiov, 1 cm you jpsfat Mich a . time?" In j.'oo'it three.minuie. - . tin boat went down , and no ill luck tvou ' .d hnvf'i*, tins impertnrahle jester v. '^ .s snvd.l. He ought .to have had a , peep «t iho " old follow," ju^i enough to have co.ivi'.ice'd him that such an animal is below, nmt in wnHir.' .; for stteh chaps as him. Our ;>lhlo5iip;i' :c.i' hero wns the veritable editor of a Snndav ...

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

! After Him. The editor of the Gazette brags about some cxtrdordina ' ry sized st ' rawberries presented hin j"indirpctly"by i ^ Lady. We have «obi« or our labk-, froirr tl ei.garden of our frieniJ, CJjl.|Clark, we arel-r^ady to go the cream strawberries aj KekVe, are larger, more & li :ious, ' and'withal a'better berry, th&n »n.' '• ndirect'' present Burjbachilor friend ever go't oi ever will gei.-Ono of tho Lost from Iho Oti«iap»ake. Tho body of D. A. Folsom, formerly of B"- c lester, N. V., one of thej lost from the ill ff" l id Cliesapeake, jvaa picked up on Wpdncsday evening by,the ' FiraukUo, and brought" J . iid placo. His whs tt|ken to Clcve!**' ' \ hero hi« familv-noiv'rosid^, lor internifnl'

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

Mosi'Singular Explosion.— A' very unhappy occurrence iii Blacking lime. Mr. John Haven of West Hartford, attempting some tiino'.sinfce t" sluci; sometime for whitewash, with hot water in a boiler on tte stove, had reducefethe whole, as he supposed, to ho a liquid, wit on addinganoth dipper full'of water ttie " whole explbde"d with a ioud noise, and scattered the whole mass about the room, throwing some ofit with great force ngai[(sl the ceillinfr, and in the face and eyes of Mr.' Hazon, dchroyitig both his eyes and bo badly ' burniti" him that his life was despaired of at thu lust accounts. It if supposed that rtomo .of the lime nnist have remained dry nt the bottom of the boiler, thtiB causing an explosion by adding the water -when tho lime had bewi heated. —Woadsiool: Mercury,

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

C?*Our friend of the Eastorf Argus gives «D.Walker' s Apolo Mintrels" a puff on pur account, and charges us five dollars for the Bfttno. He pan take this article as a drift at tight on said raiustrels for three, the interest on which , by tbo linw ho collects it, will amount to about fittn ' A Wlihorlng.H^Wulto.- . j -We find, tlio following iu vbp Ph ladelph ' ia ' Times, extracted froan the coirespondonce of, the North American, one of the lea< ing tf'h\ papers of that city. This paper ha i been one of the most prominent in taking tlio side of Mexico in th3 x presijnt str-jg^lo vnth tint country; arid its correspondent, ' it is fair to presume, is one of its own political friends. We rejoico to know that no editor irofessing the Democratic faith, has been deemoJ worthy jofauch a rebuke from an f portion of his coiintrymen: - "Whetherthe war ia.wring or r^ht,"thi« ia not the titno to discuss t. If wrong, it must bo brought to an honorable tt rmination, and U> ...

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

LIFE INSU14ANCI;. np HEHOP^ MUTUAL; LIFE INSURANCE J- COMPANY, of Stamford, Connecticut, have made arrangements » iihilfi) bubscriber to sienro io any peraon Lifu Insurances who may bij desir cmso: proouiitis tli>! )-aino. This inslituiion acts upon ilm nuiiual principle and affords induce m?niAio persons to secure a competence to tlieir fainilids against contingencies and uncertainties of lilajthai none other in this count ty can. Policies grahtcd, in every instance! m.i'kes the insured a. sUiuk holder in the company, lo nn anijuni equal jo ih'; premium paid, ' wilh-the almo.it pusir live cclrtiiiuiy of a re.urn of lony per cent. Ajain ij isj>nly ncce-sary lh.it a smill juiouni, c qual to half th« premium, should bo paid in cash, balance is paid by the note of llio person insured thereby making actual ctpiul outWlha individ ' nal's C'.vi. liubitiiv. These nre)*<inie nf the ttd. vantages of this company over/noltt o hers " . ~ Xny persoil by cilli";.' up...

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

Will bo exhibited ul Erii 1 , l^th, and at GirarJ 13lli clays of July. Tln-< ^i.iiwl Kiiui'-ti i.in Cavajcade will ' be preuuduil by tin; nui-n uulebia-.i-.l BK.Vtid 1}.\,\'1> in an rleL'trm anil ro-.ilv CH \ ltl< ) I' drawn by '1'oc'vo bruntilul 4'rnui t'oloictl liorari, ' .Ii- uvily iin|Mv=iii'. > inir.inueoi liu noblcand ina"»- nifieeut protn'saiun il cavtilcail". The iiirpnssin^ !»¦ .in V ol ' ilit'tliiiioiijjliiiiuillliifr'.PB; llie gurscuus-\y decoiated rnrn:n."j~, nt-'a. thiiiy iu iinintirr; tin; tlr>i^ii.-i and ;;i!iliu:. '.'» of which urc by the iiiosfl ili.-liui.'iiiyhetl ar'i-is, ' coln|iuUa companion that placi'S tins <¦* ab'ishfflen; tit ilio head ufovi. 'iy p ublic- i>\!ijbiiioi). In fact a lar<;o loitune h.is ijt'ciiM-tpumk-d ni tiio acci!^!t.»riua and efjniprnerUs pr^p' -r t>> th- s-ceni-rt .ind at-l-i prt-sonlfd by iht; superior uili-ls iiickctl and ctiiiscn from a ' hundred sl.iiV innnli-r to'r...

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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

Le: llic pi), r binLim dimu coii'«iiii!'iirirri.i'i'iv.-tliB inic balm of Oil ail-Unown u; A' aii^im " - inriliuino—yoi « ill fl will in ll..-i->',mn sol ' the paper. Ri'n. 'y ill to is iIi ;!,i- ni;s:ui" :i ui.n.i.Tlul po\ver--uo mi:n>r nnat \<nir ro.nj ' i' .iiir ,m\ lie, iry it and s.Ti-s' y yai i-n^l^-t ..'I in . yr ..»rju .ttl.l i;.'t paiujilil.'!, / ^ - MA!UMKO.-<'n 'I u. -,fiv il,,- ll, I, ,,,m . Us I'.i'V. O. A. I,yon. Mr. J. In M'ivu'iflo . " i!i--s M.i n A.rimirin, Ifiih of Miliv.-c U. | Od Ih- ¦>> •) in-t ,l,i (j .). ]!,, ' | :].,,._ Mr \y;|. hdin Liilv jikI Miss KIi: ilnH ' .i Ami . \!or»,n sili o; Enej I . "= v ' On iht-aiih inJt.bvO. 3 \'-y.\ T' }---, * . Mr. .To'ki T jAanil \iit. .M,ii\ ^!ol ' ,;i ,,;; o: !-, ,,. . (fn' ih.c 2,1 i,,,| i j,, \,1 ,., ).',.. _ ;lv jOo,,.,,, I Mont^oiiiTy. Mr. Il«hrl.-v ^ti'.rl ^ ,i:i 1 Mi^ •Maiy M. Mills, nil ,,f SinU ' VLir ^ /T~ On llie->." > inil.. in \\[a'prllirffTl<J...

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Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

in 1 ur. BO*?* u^khWKii !*si> or coMHO>f X 8E.V3L' . Him die natural rrfelobie prodottiMH,of vrmy cuui.lrj «rr, if pr.'.ueHy appli*J;•tnply »Wl<l«iit i I&^ > lUMtuioufeiery aialadv jireMe«tto;eMli;p»c<J*r«Ji«r«t*' I XV1 Ighla Irtdinl* Ve«M»WiS rillir - oftlioNur.b AiooDt.nCulkgo ul Uealltl. »r8 cum BOM* , '•( pl»m» which »row Jpuuiaoeoinl* m» «ur O»i> lot, "XT ; o'o ti.ctcro,o b * u«r [atluiucd to vk <ou»Ut|tioiu; tnm* tiipjlclirra-too.ociej f,™ yoatit-.H r>M'i>s, hw«»«i'•*! ' ] 11,gy in iy bv cVn>ono^cJ; und «• i,Wy «ro fclullotl apeff J tlm^riucipte (lilt the liunwitioiljr t» m Utul§ • , ¦ _. * r { Mulij.-cf t» butane! Dlwuri ' •¦ . '* vi^l: co rrupt. buVuur^, u-.d lllut tatii iwdkiutf tVTtM tulv |, ~ U rXaiuialPrlneiple* ' r %, ' " * , nfciEinio*m»?«aisy».so Ti.it «od>", it will •'• m»n< ' , ) ll[ '.culirely «««- ¦ j <l>ci»^vt;ri)Hc " in thnir u>f, nccordibn to i...

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