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

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 10 July 1847

.lddrcss of the Stati ? Central Comraittcd To the people of Pennsylvania! PEI.L0W Citizens—ThJ members of tho Fit ate Central Committee >f the Democrat c I arty, appointed by the laid 4th of March-f^on-\enlton, (leem it n duty, Jn the fulfiln^BiitNif } ie object of their appointment, to address jou in/elation to tho prestritcondition of the pe cotmtry,.and to call your attention to tlio A nporlajico of tho. approaciiung election. ¦ ¦Never at any period since tho commencement of our history have tho people at large and especially the Democratic P^rty i|ad more cause lo congratulate cueh other Upon the progress of fre& principles in improving the condition and extending- the happiness of man. The people of these U. Statas'areall, without respect to party or sect, in the fpll anil peaceful enjoyment of the most enlarged pivil and religious rights*,, which arenotonly secured by constitutioual provisions, but py that which is much stronger, the, good sense anil sound j...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 10 July 1847

PUBLISHED I VERY SATURDAY BY A. P, MJRLIN & B, F. SLOAN, STATE STHEET, ERIK, P». T E RMS . Onocopy, one yeai, in oiivitnco. SI 50 Otherwise, twodolhrpo year will invariably bo charged. ' These tern s will be strictly .adhered to in " all cases. 1 ' Advertisements ins irfcd at 30 cents per square or tht! first inflexion; and 25 cents- for eachsubscnucnt insertion. Job Printing-, of 1 varieties, such as Books Pamphlets, Handbill. " .Show Billa . lC'nrds . Steamboat Bills, Blanks foiVNotc*, Receipts. &c. executed in the best stile and on short notice. ¦ SMITH JACKSON. Dealer irt Dry Gooi s. Groceries, Hmdivare Queens Ware, Ltiic, Iron, Nails&c.No. 121 Chiapside, Erie, IJjj. v ~ - " JOHN H. MILLAR, County and Bnroush purveyor; ullhie in Exchange BuiUlin»s, Frcnclist., Eric: ' JOHN m JOHNSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Has removed his Oll'ite tcf the Public Building noar the Court Ho'i»e, uptp'.airs. in the room occupied by the SlijcrifT an,d directly over the Commissio...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 10 July 1847

yow wiLt, you have tijj ; "fherle has been a great deal ojr disputation" dn' idn^ Hiose \yho are philoidgista^ai^ irii 'dng those.who , are.hotjcboiu ("is being; 1 'irti ouf ' good fr»n^ Chandl ' er, of Me Uqffjsdj Slstea Ga2ette,Uo $-hom}.iuuj to the metnory of tti* woftfiy ddg'Rplla, all7i6nor.1*d4, hasfonght many a s^ tout battle on th£ field r^fetred fe»i "Is beind built" and so fortVi, meWti lii^ sanction! and he must talfe if rt Ipfciie fcimj to thcBokdn iGhfonol ype ijon \nc «lc6re , ' or " the followingL which goou ijTiurhpridVy! B^ej ' what Orifc ball*. '' a hit-^a jLlpubj-; hits" ^Waitdr - , I say, is my clJtcJten brbHiteF ."No,, si jtfie . cook is." j , ; ' ' •'ButMid'nt or ' fler Ifte .l ibeVi ;Ho! i» iod tough-." ' . ' ;..- U ' . ' " •'How 'vill you have it done; t ' hiin, sir?" "How \nll I have it done? VVliy I jwarit it brpiled , \s fee save?-' J j ' y ¦ V'i'hdt e is doing, sir." ,| ¦ • ¦ . , "But y<u sai.y M was broiling Aimst-Ifi* "So he is, but he is not...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 10 July 1847

GOODWIN Si VINCEaT, Healers in Dry Goods, Groceries, J^u., N'o 1 lionncll l.locfi. Slate «l., li rie, P.i . | • C.WVPFM k. BROTHER. Bcaler ri fn Oruss, Medicines, Paints, Oil?, Rye, ¦ Mufli, Glaas, &c, Ko. 6 llcccf Houfo, lir r ic-U'x. ¦ ¦ . I / bTtoMLINSON k Co. T ronvardlnsr nn'd Commission Merchant?; 109 Kirnch Strect ^ Eric .and at Gth'Strtct Canal Ba f. sop, also dealers in Groceries and Provisions. "llENRY ' CADWETJT ~ enlor in Hardware, Dry Good?, Groceries, &c. ea^t side of the-Diamond, and onu door ca«l of jha _ Eaplo Hotel, Erie, Pa. N * EAGLE " I iQTEL, " ~ ^ y Hiram L..Brown, corner of State street and the Public j>eiuarc, Erie, Pa. Eastern, Western, - ¦fid Southern Stage ollice. LYTLE&y HAMILTON. Fashionable Merchant Tailors, on tho Public I Square, 1 a few doors WC31 of State ttrcet, Erie, \V«. v , _ Y ~ ^JOEL JOJHNSON. Pealcr in-Tlieo!o»icat, Miscellaneous, Sunday I J9<S Classical Schuol BoolijSlntkjnary, etc. etc. I iSo; Ml, ...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 10 July 1847

Fortitgde vmdbr ADvuiisiTV.-t-A- more true or forcibly beautiful moral picture could scarcely be delineated' by the' pen, than, j tftat which we fi|)J recently introduced jqto art article ji^ a London paper, upon the character of a good man bearing. up cheerfully under the misfortunes of life. "There is no spectacle/' says this writer, "upon which Godd ' eligl|ts so much to look as upon that of a good manstriigglipg undc£ tjjo wei |[ ljt. of misfortune—,th, p power of fortitydo, tha evidences of a firm fa Jilt, the Cliriqtinn resigntitio .n of a chastened ^spirit unfold their beauties- to . the omniscient mind of Him, to whom all things good are pleasing—the wisdom of his creation is vindicated; and the Creator then, if at any fime, has cause-to ptaqounco .it "very ' good. ' 1 ' To men. too, is this an admirable spectacle: to see the man borne down heavily by the pressure of his j ffoes, struggling choorfulty with fate; and ow, us wave softer v> are of misfnrtune rolls, o...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 10 July 1847

BOBEtiT BVBIV8 /BY MONTCOBtERT What bird in beauty, flignt, or son^, S Can with the bard compare,. ^ Who san» a^ sweet, and aoar'd ns strojig, As ever child of air? ' , ' Hi? plume, his note, his farm; could Bubns, , .^jt. ivhim or pleasure, cliangc; He witenot one, but all bourns, Witlfctransmigration strange:— I . ' ' The BldcKbird, oracle ofSpring, Whori ilow'dliis moral lay; i-The Swallow, wheeling on the wing, Capriciously atplay: The Humming bird, from bloom to bloom, , Inhaling heuvenly ba.lm; The Raven, in the tempests glopm; • The Halcyon in the calm: . In "aidd Ivjrk Allowy,' ,the Owl, ' At Hatching time of night; ' ¦ : By '-Bonnie Doon, 1 ' the! earliest fowl That cafol'd to the light. He was tho "\Vren auid the grovo, When in hit-homely jrein;' At Barinockburn the bird of Jovo,' With thunder in his train:— , ' I Tlw!Woodlark, in his mournml hoiirsj The Goldfinch in his mirth; h The Thrush, a Bpendthrift ofhispoSrcrs, Enrantnrins heaven and earth:— ¦ I ¦ ' - ¦ T...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 10 July 1847

MOUAI. CoURAOB IX EVnRV-DAV iLlFR.-rr Have the courage to dUcliargoadobt while you haTe the money in your pocket; < . Have the courage to do without llist Which yoi) do not need how'ever.riiuch your eyes may covet ir. ' Have courage to speak your mind, whonit is necessary you should di> so, and to hold your tongue when it is prudent yo'U sliduld do so. . Have courage to speak to a friend in a "seedy!' coat, even though you fcre in company ' with a rich one and richly attired. ; Hare' courage to own you are ' poor, 1 awl |tbua dis . ann poverty of its sharpdst sting Havo courage to make a will, and a just Hav.e Courage to t .eH ,a man why yoii will not lend him ' yotjr money. Jl.avo cour to. "gut !l tho most agreeable acr |uaintance you have, when you are enntinced ihathelacks principle. "A friend should bear with a f/rrnd'a infirmities, " bait not. wjth his rices... ' - - ¦" Have I j he courage to show your respect for honesty, ' 'in whatever guise it appears ; and...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 10 July 1847

; ' ' ¦ ¦' ¦< TENNESSEE GAIiLAN^iftV. On.the departure of tbq . firtt Tennessee regiment forrMexico, the . young ladies of the senor cjass of jtfie Kashville Female Academy, presented to " the rcgimorjt a. flag, which thcWfair hands/, had embroidered. The gnlr lant iTenneseeeans swore never to dishonor it, Qnd - .npbjy ¦ did-tliey keep their pledge.—* They returned with'ranks thinned by .disease and battle, but withiunstaincd honor; and havo relu Tn^ di'lig flag, cover' ed ^j' tb , glory, to tho hands $li it ' |a ' ye. . ' ^t. ' Miaaj, Mary B. Fos. tcr was jjpjjo n^cd fry her clt (ssntttte?to receive the banner; and wo . find-ia^onc 'of our Tennessee jjxchatt' geB, tbe name of which lias escaped ^, the fo'lowinu lines, written by on* of thoi vol¬ unteers : . I We've Uorrm tho noble gift ofar r ' ^ " And proudly Wve we stood, - ; Beneath . h< folite an many a peW, ( Where bioqd UKe ^ate 'r fl»wcJ; ' And dying.eyes have oft bc?n turned To where it (1-uled pastj WhPn ...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 10 July 1847

! Hallo boy! Docs your fattier tfitte 1 tho papers? "Jfo sii'-ee—bin I dot^s. The news boy (caVea one oti Mr. i ' Jones* stops and. I tnkesit—just as easy! and dtfdjjo roads it-rrso t}c does * Hejoscn' t do anything olsc«i»MRm iV)toiQrft.r~Ex. paper. ; ; ? ,We aro sorry to say that . liicW are (t/e* of tW«mc .sort left in thesoJiggin*. 1 A ' lipsfEii.-i%^ is that Ahg pf oryoiirj a pbintej-.1!,.-;,v -.- ¦ - . • -. ' . - ¦' . ,; ¦ ' .-'¦ ¦•' . ' - . ^No^ ^le is hal f punter ami half st&jrn-' -jrffi MOfk bit tio%et toUeftJie fa n;iiWrrt profits % tft^&^ yjierKrje » gatjtfied:' j , (¦ ' ' ' ' ¦ " ]v'Mp» -irt J ike bti^lep Mho m i>ro'ljr«i»S tJi$y CdnUln, the further you cari He|r therri. i*- dies Are like tulips, the more modest arid retiring they appear, tbe better voa lov« them. IkTA.vf has . wr^cK; tT^liffi fuf pi^m-W sccoria only to Ills ' <i Tlii^o|)ls'^-on ; itfeo ' Prdiries. A poetical cbnttibu ' ti liCto! trie Burlihjrton (Vt.JT TX?t;jr* m*jto...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 10 July 1847

tVBTTBRS I*C Mi TJS&BDITOH. ' ; SfgAMEn ALBAjT,3futr 1,1847. ' : , ' ' ¦ Wo havV, passed .t fie l.laj)| popping place, and in a couple of ficuts* w(|l bo at Chicago., In tlfe mean time I Icjow of|.» bettor way of employ ing myself tht A ' in Mting dowa .n few items from my note fa rak for tthe perusal of the readers of the Obser 'er. To begin, then, on Monday last, a ^ay bright, balmy and spring like, the Albany left her moorings at Detroit and under 'a full head of eteanv gallantly took her way up the riverJ Tbe scenery along the Detroit river ia gran ' I and imposing;. Beautiful and hi g hly cu tivated farms dot either fside, while the dark jreen forest far off in the distance, when viewed from, tho deck of a steamer, gives to tbe whole a blended softness and grandeur eminently impressive and beautiful. The Canada sideof,the riVer i» undoubtedly iho most f ivored by nature, yet owing to its political ir etitutions and lack of energy in iWtijhabitaijts, it is many, many...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 10 July 1847

• . :-'^aoJ* ' us Pspplo. , . -. The follo . wWnglUt bf /<?«'* nre collepled und ptibHsherl ob well for futiire ns foff, present reforencp. They show. ' exa'ctly fioia/and by whom Hie'.war with J j lexicd was b ^g iin, giyingday anddateT-and/w .h#Baii aUcmp.t is made at justifiipg the Conduct of tho Mexico they should be rehearsed for tbe information of those who may be found, advocating the-cause. March, 1, 1845.—Tho resolution* annexing the territory of Texas to the United Slates were approved by President Tyler, and a rucssenger despatched, (two days before tho inauguration of President 'Polk,) conveying them fd the Texas government*; ' - . March C, 1815.—Tho,-Mexican minister, M. Almonte * residing «t Washington city protested against the proceeding, demanded his passports in a menacing manner and Went home to be minister of war against us. . Sept. 1§45.—Instructions were issued, by Mr. Buchanan, our . Secretary of State, to Mr. Black, American Consul at, the city of ...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 10 July 1847

' [ SIIE«ilI''^ I s " SALE. . .. " -. 'I By virtue ofrt ut|i 9f Levari Facia. ' , i?=Hcdon; .' .^ of tin* Court of Common Pleos oi'Erie county, and -'^jSJ to ir»c direfie I, I hive taken in execution ir.i , ||| will expose to 'public sate at the court huusc a .\%M& the boroujli of, Eri«, on Moiidav t!ie 2d djy f- ¦ . ' .S® Aii*iKt ne st, at-2joloik, P. At., the followiy :;]^S lic-crtbeil property.jto wic " All tlut p ir.ee orpa:- -idS eel of land lyins and situate in Faiiview 1u«v wS f-l/ip, Erifc coiinty I'ennja-, bein*; part of Trsit -i. ' -fa -Noi2S.» and bouiujcd ,'as /ollows; B''ginnin?a' ' Va I he soiuh ivcst cot Her af a s'uinn, ihenue by land <i \^M I. Lorii north onu and onehjll oesree? wi-sl ilii.tv- jl ^| (5ix perclies to a pbVt, ithciicc north fivo jlo;ren [i^J cast l»w perches Ida pb--t, ilicncc norih sixif I\vt> ;^9 de2ree?NM3t sixWon perclres to a Hickory sap- M liiiir, tlicncJ^no. ilif. v'ciijy-de^. u'o?t t«ventr-nine -^ pcrrhcji . to a prt*t|...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 10 July 1847

From .Mexico . Tito steamship P-aimciV, ) with Vera Cro& &' .es tb the l8tb, Tampico,) 20ib,undBrazos to t!ie 21st, bringing an express froni .PueWa, : dv thfc.Cordova route, announcing that Gen,'. Bcott commenced his march to the Copitol,on the lotto but tay-B nothing in regard (o ihe overtures. ' of peace; - V Tho sick left Jalapa on ihe loth for Perote; Gen; Shields Wns asnong the number. From; the city of Mexico we have dates to the Uth; t^auta Anna ia still in power. His freslfchaUon wa»_withdra\vn, though it, was intitnatedrtftat a majority of Congress were anxious tftollte acceptance of the mlminisiration, ftnd in,consequence.of, ibis, it has entirely thwtged its policy. A quorum of Congress cannot be collected) qnd such confusion ami anarchy never before existed at the city of Mexico. An independent measure passed by Auagas' administration, Jibs decn summarily; abroga-Santa Ana, in his defences, sayf), public opinion led.to his resignation. Tho pom!na...

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