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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

The "New York Sun" of yesterday morn ing contains xt letter from the city of Mexico, of tho 31 at May. It . state* that the heads of the church, including the lending bishop, were, from the begining, opposed to the war; but that a great fear of the military power still prevails; that "Santa Anna bears the curse of tho Mexican nation—it will pursue him to hU death. He has lied to, and betrayed his credulous country cruelly. -When he arrived Aero from Puebla, but a few days Bgo—and ihe came in hot haste—the leperos of the city pelted him with stones, and he only escaped irom death through the,assistance of the military n.id police to the national palace. His power is gone—his nYmy broken up—and henceforth the friends of peace,'the clergy, merchant?, and planters, may-«ave the nation. The fortification of the city is abandoned.— Only the rabble were in fa|or of such a move, which would have devoted qur beautiful fabrics to ruin." • The ^ writer says, that "as General Scott approach...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

the wilderness) the mountains, and the pniiricpf to bring news of those far off operations Otita igdnts tb the government in Washington. | Leaving the frontier settlements of California on the 35tli of February, Carison arrived in St. Louis about the middle of May—making tho journey, notwithstanding the inclemency bf the season, and a detention of it in days at Santa Fe, in a shorter time than it was ever before accomplished. The unsettled state of the Country, the war with Mexitiii, Inciting the savage tribes to unusual li-Certsd and daring—added much to tho inevitable hazards and privations of the journey, Rendering the most unceasing vigilance necessary niglit and day; while % the spexjd with tvhich tha. party traveled; debarred them from the Usual resource-of trvelers in uninhabited regions, and they were fain to resort to the j unsavory sunsiatance of those Hippophagi of the Sierra Neuveda; only converting the poor beasts to food, however, when they were travel-worn and exh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

Oone. -' Our readers havo doubtless seen by theJa ' st paper that our junior psf tner, who has attended principally tothe- editorial department of the paper for the last two Wars, is absent on a visit to Chicago, ' , and a portion of what but a few years (since was termed tho "far west." In his absence it become* our duty to devote what time we can spaVe froui our official duties—which is not mucii—te the! editorial department of the Observe* , (it is so long s ' yire we have done anything at editing that it would seem almost necessary, in conformity with the long established custom of the editorial fraternity, for us to start off with a "bow" to our readers, but. our thinking and writing powers have,both become so rusty from neglect, triat we hardly think, we could do even that with a good grace; bo we shall not attQm.pt it. The fact is, our tfme end mind has been constantly devoted to ibe business affairs of the office—to dunning and being dunned; to collecting debts and payin...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

* From Mexico. Philadelphia, June 26, ' S o 'clock. We have ]nei,vs from Tampico a little later. There ore only 350 troopj at that point. Pauline, a uoted lancer, is in the jneighborhood of Tamnico, marauding and,robbing all upon whom he can lay his hands. The Louisiana Volunteers af6 d ying very , rapidly. Ji t is rumored that Gen. Cadwallader has been attacked. ' The brig Mobile, from New, York, with troops, was wreckud on tho Florida coast.— All were saved. The Picayune snvs there were no hope that Lieut. Mahan will survive. Ue» Urrea is near Victorin " . L'ATJSR. PuiLADRr.riiM, June 2|7—I0J, R. M. The steamer UaJ*£stun arrived a " t iVew/Orleans ori the 20th\ Capt. Bainbrija ' ge with some citizen?, and a body of disbanded soldier*, numbering onehundred and fifty, with seventy-five armed men, left Puebla for Vera Cruz, and were attacked by af large body of Guerrillas. He however, arrived a fely w.th the loss of only ¦is men. I f Gf n. Cadwailnder, with 800 men, met the sam...

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

1(17** The editor of the Commorcial Advertiser is informed tha ' t we havo neither 1 the inclination nor intention of continuing any discussion which may have. - been commenced with the junior oditor previous to his absente-A» our neighbor is so* sanguine, hoiveverJin his remark* as to the inconsistency and "changing Bides" of tho Observer, upon Ithe Tariff question, we wouid advise hirrt to ttike our files and publish such articles of editorial as he may find contradictory, side by sidei—This will establish) h' w word, so far as that is concerned, beyond a doubt. He may think this course wholly unnecessary, imagining that his say so is enough to establish the fact) ui uwe suggest it out ot the boat orteeling, believing ourselyes to be a better judge of jhe weight which bis osiertioiti have in this community, than he is himself. When he dios this, it will be timo enough for ua to ansver him. A man is never found guilty until convicted by evidence, j (£?=* The Democratic Conventi...

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

Galvanized Iron.—We noticed an article in the Courier and Enquirer a few days sxriaoj which contains some very important facts-, so important, thai they xhtmld be known. ItappearsXthat, by a newly discoverpd process, iron mSy be covered with a coaiof zinc at o very moderate cost,'a nd, thus prepared, it defies oxidatisri. Tin, shingles, slate, an<i pure zinc, must yVjd their claims to durability U this new article. Roofe covered with it, ro' main bright andNuiturnished through all kinds of weather and seVsnns, and, we might al'- most say, all time. \Evrything that is mfyal ly constructed of iron,\nd is exposed to damp ness, may now oe inadeNalmost imperishable The process of manufacture is founded «i electro-chemical principles, and has been thorloughly approved by the greatest of oi/r modiem chemists, Wo propose to ^ give the suWject a close examination, and toXputilish the result JVA'. ' True Sun. . \ I ¦ i I —*V ,. ' —- .,, n -- P^ [8klb or rjii ' JViETAL.T— We have a ...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

, Anli.Hcntpri Again. Mr.Brodhead, sajyi the Buffalo Republic, while on his Way to Kingston, where he had been subpoenaed as a witness on the Mth inst., when passing through'Ulster do., was attacked by fifteen men, disguised and armed with pistols, who robbed him of © 303, inflicted three stabs on his body,jand seriously injuredv him otherwise. He was detained until 10' o'clock at ni ght, before allowed to depart. A numb er of years ago,'Mr. Broadhead had been out collecting: interest on the sale of some lots of laud, and it is supposed that this was the cause of his being thus dealt with. Sill OanoWes. Yes, fairly Outdone in the Strawberry line. Our junior njay make as many bets as ho pleases about his strawberries, but we were presented with a large bowl of this delicious fruit, the other day, from the gaVden of H. Cadweil, Esq , of this city, which far exceeded our large* I ideas of Mrawberries. Every one of them vas as large as small apples.— Wo~inea8ure(l one jtist for our ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

1 * Thb WinojCttKBB.—The S outh has become a nuisance; there are irreconcilable difficulties between the South and the North; all the worth is in tho North; theilWh would do tjelter withoijt the South than with it, and the ¦ sooner the division takes blace tho betternicknames a^e the best argnmeri!*; locofoco; lokeys, (pcofocoism, old hunters, destructivesslangj is better than truth;, democ rats are loaf! era and ignoj-armises; Jefferson 1 never wrote the Declaration of Independence; Midisoa never shapeif the national Constitution; no great stalesmeu ' aro democrats; mi living democratic authors write what they sign; onr institutions are weak; Bolf giwernmeni a hum. less nog^ani there-is liberty here than in Tur n key; (he| Presiden^made tKe war; Congress have no po\^r, they are lools and 4id nothing all pfficers and sdldiei s who go \0 Me.uco ouglitio dip. The lalo Us and decency; fouerkm is better than democracy;, amireniism Wetter tharilocofocoism; repiidation is <Jei ...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

The Fi.nki.es Sentk>-ced to State Prison.—On Saturday, last, Calvin and PeteY Finkle, previously convicted of an assult and battery with intent to kill,ur?on E. P. Cowles, esq., of Hudson,: were sentenced to the State Prison for two years. They were first sentenced for two years and six months, but on the Court being reminded that the expiration of the terra would fall in the winter season, it was changed lo ' lwo years. / After sentence was pronounced and the prisoners wcro beiiijj removed from ' the Court House, they made another attempt to escape, aided by their friemls. Onoof them succeeded in partially climbing over the fence ot the yard, but was seized by the leg aud Jrawn back. Outside of the yard a horse was in waiting for him, on which he expected to escape froir> the officers of the law. All their attempts' were foiled, and they were despatchp d under a strong- escort for the State Prison. Tho other members of this notorious family will have their trial n...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

! ' Hffnoia. ' The Convention toijunend the Constitution, was 1 organised at Springfie.ldonthe.7th inst., by the election pf jail Democratic ' officers.— The Democrats have ' a large majority. OC? " The Ship Macedonian sailed on her mission of charity, from New York on the 19th ult. with about 12,000 barrels of bread-Bltifts, for the destitute of Ireland. Her, arrival out, wil) undoubtedly be blessed by thousands of the poor sufR>rors who are famishing for the want of bread 1 . , O/'We are requestea to state that in coneequonce p f conflicting orrangeme 'nts, the meeting called for the Sons of Temperance at the Court House on Monday evening next. will bo postponed for the present."

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

Ol? " VJ°bn B. Butler, Esq. at present paymaster tythe Army, has "been appointed Military store keeper at the Allegheny City Arsnel, in the place of Mr. James Sturgeon, deceased.- ' i (£/ * The Address of the Democratic State Central Committee, will appear in our next. Its length and the lateness of its reception, rendered it impossible for us. to publish it this week. ' C^*A very cad funeral, is said u> have taken place in Boston on account of a barrel of portar having! fallen from a truck. Some fifty :r-wrr«r« wrrp -!ar;3!ng ro'jnrl t'je 5ffr.

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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

Cot. Domfhan's Commasb.—The regiment of JUissouriana vow In the citrtare odiously the lions of the town. They exc| to universal attention by their appearance. No more martial bod y of man has been ieen-h^re, and their exploits are the theme of J constant remark and admiration. Our citizens will not inffer the regiment to leave ut, will mot receiving some special manifestation of }>ubregard.— ,7V. O.'Btc. . i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

IT 19 WBITTKN In- TrniguoK or n»tukb and or common 8KNSK, viat the Mlaf»l »kg«j«»Ui« preductimters»«j oiy cuuuK> ft. tfpr..|>«rly »ppli«J, •mply »otMicot for lli«<.,icc of every !>Mt<d> lb<!iaii<ilk»ca<Htpacali»rCllllllt0 ! TV.l||bi'it larflaw V^KctaMe nil* ,'' ; oftha Nor th Americw Collogo ul He.illh, *r*i eompoiel or pl.in» whicli grot* pudltoenuily pa our own toil, ana ore tt.Krcforq b ° u>r tAt\Hti lo our conilllntiotu lbin inmlitioo cAcdCieA ftnn»»rii>ti9l' Dni'os, howtmr well . iliey may be cumtKiiinded', •ml ajr.tbgy are foooilmil «pO9 ifiu priaciple tbvt uio linnunhwly i<ni ttath I . , MHbJ^ ck to hiU *' »«• Swnci . , lit: corrupt hulaori, sail Uiat ivid modkiu* euro Urut diicue o 'n i i * . ) I ' i , mt««l»»Lni|ple» ., I BTcLr.»N«isa »B»M)»ir¥iN(iiu,£ »od»; it will htmaa'; lfe»t, that if the conMUuUun tc uii cliurclf ditiiuneil-* pnraeveruce itt tbniruao, uccljtli^ tf»i»«tl»iis. l» •&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

/ t NATIONAL CIRCUS! The only perfect iBanftged establishment ih thu Union, coropcising upwards of 150 Men and Horses! " * , ADMITTANCE ONLY 2li CENTS! - Will be ' exhibited at Brie, lMi, and at Giratd 13lh days of July, -fl This grand Equestrian Cavalcade will be preceded by the moat celebrated BRASS BAND in an elegant and cosily CHARIOT drawn .by Twelve MBntlral Cnun Colored hor«e*, tbeuuly imposing efflrance of this noble and magnificent processional cavalcade. Tko eurpassing beauty of the thorough bred horses; ihe gorgeously decorated carriages, near thirty in number; the designs and gildings of which arc by the most distinguished artists, compels a comparison that places this establishment at ihe head ofevury public exhibition. In fact a large fortune, hut been expended in the accessories and equipments, properao the scenes and acts presented by the superior arli-iia picked and chosen from a hundred stars, in order to render this the first and most Superior Eques'ri ui Compan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

3 EO. J. MORTON, JOB. <J. BBO1VN, TIIOS. M'CiRTE I. ' ; NEW STORK. ——UEW GOODS, NEW FIRM, NEW PRICES fTIHE undersisnedbcg leave respectfully lo in-JL. form their friends and tlie. public sen era! y, ihiutftey liavo entered into the mcrcaniile business imdorthe name of MORTON & CO. No. 4, Clieapsidc; next door south Of iVohaffey ty Brqusion Thuir stock of Gloria is entirely noiv, far surpassing, in lichWss', varfety and cheapness, any stock of gooils ever brought to this market, and embracing every style of Staple and j Fahcy Dry Goodsamong which will bo found I J Linens—American', Irlsh.Gcrmnn and French; Dress Goqd* of every description, . ( fha»lsof the latest designs, varying in price from 75 cents to $25; Summer Stuffs, Drill", Jeans, Casaimeres, etc. Brown land bleacViert-Sfcirll'ngS and Sheetings 'i f every »vidlh and quality; • Bro.td Cloths, Cassimercs and Saflinette; ¦? Calicoes, Muslins. LavW and Ging ham^ Bonnets, a splendid nsspr mcrtt; < Ribbons ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

TUB BEST NORSK BfKOICIIfK jftf . iTIIE WOHl.W! ¦ )¦ • GEO. VV. MERCHANT'S AN invaluable remeilyfor Haraei, C'jutle and oiheir doinesiit animals, iu the cute of the following disease*: Fftsh H'otinrf*,! - Ftlula, SHfatl) UaU&of oil kind*, Sjtroiiis, i^uinii^si, SpraiM, Brutitl, Sana froc-Jr*, Cracked H<ell,, . Fmtndirrd Fett, Riagbmt, Winigallt, Scratehet er Grto*:, Poll Evil, ColiuJ, Mange, > Spavins, Smtraey, tttra Olttt .vtftr. it is aUo a Universal Famfl? Enibroctaon for diseases of Hainan Flesh, «uch as fincmnalUm, Exlernal Poitons; Bilf» of^ntmaf^ Fafii/iU Jfertous .^cc-Vrottlldet, timt, Boil», _ Corn*, WAtiloicJ, fliinu ,anrf Sctdlt, Cltililaim, Cramps, > Chapped Jl«n<i&, Contract! of the Jlfnx/r», Swellings, Wounds, Weakneat oftht Joints; K«(xd lireml*. < Mkrciunt's Garulixo O»t.—It is worthy ol special rvnnktk, I hut bi-eido> the «r«-«t mvd. extra ordinary poAVors in the core of diseases c!'»'x horse in which Us vir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

¦ -¦-¦--. , n | . - THE EXPRESS AGAIN. "I MOVfELLhasjusi received from New York *J u fow very choice goods, to which ht: invites le attention of ihe ladies and others wishing to urehnse, consisting; ot Orleiiis' Miialina, a new n(J bi'auiiful article for dresses, Swiss Muslins, Irocha Barrages, Plain do., Fringes and Gimps, Silk and Cashmere Shawls, Tatlcion .Mulls, $-c., ic- More expected daily, panicul.irs given in ull next week; in the mcAtuiine he respectfully lolicilsucall. H. CAD WELL. jB i ly 3, 18^?. __ , _ , Something notth Kuoning nboni. A rarity under the head of a Patent Medicin e idvurtiseine ' nl. We a>k our readers to pumi c .hc,fo1lowin!r. knowin-r tlmy ivill omfii (hereby. A nii-diciiif which U p ructly »ule, mf(l may be jiven t« children from tender infancy, to advanced n!»«* l'ii under no losiraint a'a to cold'waier. of my Km! >| I' nd. Purges inililtv, subduing fever; r'e-Jroyii and c\|>els •-"orini with invariible sucue.-a, and is easily a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

fW must have a change."—Federal Paliho but the Federal panic makers, who ' Ulb ^ language of the prtriotic Matthew ,J tjej) HonjJ rSc aaihe country sinks," asks { fl^ L t " A tfmers , who obtain one dollar and 1 Half for thbir wheat, a dollar for their corn, , IJv ctMits for- their oats, and ready sales at ( ;I t, ask for a CU.\S0m i f Wo the Mechanic*, who have ptenty of ! rk, ffwJ W' > alrl a fair Curerncy> ttsk for ' |])o the Merchant?, who sell their gootls at i r once s and receive cash for/he tlwm, ask 1 ' [^ CHANGE? ¦ ' . - • m(i the ManafacttirerB, vybx> run thetr mills Wit and day, nmi s<?'! a!l iho fabrics they : |n produce uthK'h prices, ask IbraClUNtiU? |Jl)o tlie |)Goj)Je uf'Pennsylvania, win) have jl.-l struggle out of the hideous jaws of re-|LiliutioK ' nt0 l ^ e pleasant paths of prompt jLvnieiit, with honest men in the administra-JL' ,i of the 'l govern ' meni, ask for a CHANGE! Jo il« people of the ' United State?; who five |f, iir6|oi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

"LOOK HERE, WILL YOU1" F you wish to buy cheap, you wiil please cull ut KINDERN EC WT'S No. 6, Poor People^ I Row, here yoii can find ihe following articles/which 0 warrented good: — Cofijo, Siigar, Tea, Mulas :s, Tobacoof all kind^i Itice. Peper, Spicej Cm imund, Cloves, Nutmegs, G inger, Starch, Choco ' te, Cocoa, Munard by lire pound orl)M. Pepper auco. Lemon .Syrup, Oliver Oil, LaMpOil Vine-%t, Fire Crackers, Castile Soap of all kinds, Shying Brushes, Powda'r, Shot, Lead, Percussion tups and Pills, Can lie Wick, Twine, Matches, toyeBlaching, shoe Brushes anil Blacking, Chalk 'nr and Rosin, .Vlacol»1>y anil Scotch snuff, sulli'er, Brimstone, Epsom SaltsGlaUher Salts, SalrojMs, Be.l Cords, Rope, Fish and . " Chalk Lines, lerring, Potent Paifs, Tubs, Willow Wagons, " ^ash Bnardi, Wire Sivcs, 1 Almonda, Madeira lots, Filberts, ' .'urry Combs nnd' Hurga Ca<-(U, lorse Brushes aqd Combs, Salipeier, Pairy^all 1 bags, Brooms. Corn Whi-ps,iind Hearth irooms, Whitewash Brus...

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