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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

i ¦ ' I j i 1 t ( ¦ j • ' i - ' ' '' d '" IT S c • ' 1' : ut jj ) ¦ o s - [ ir !? n H il lis b c .„ , e S ^ >r ug - re ^ [w r . ps ds n I lib ve ^ ;r ey •ny w > ets ^ ~~ " °y or its .. iBe ¦ . Y ^. bed hat im : Ool. Doniphan and t^e FcdoraliitJ. j _ Our neighbor of the Gazette has designated U3 as belonging to ' .the " war-loving clan," and at tho eame time quotes a. garbled ex- tract, " torn from its context," of the speech of Col. Doniphan, in which the gallant Colo- neUs made to say that Gen. Taylor (not " tee" us Jlhe Gazetto has it,) "has gained nothing!." Before, however, we proceed to-show the injustice such quotation does the Colonel, and thofraud attempted to be practised upon the reader by it, let.us settle this charge of our be- longing to tho''war-loving clan." ' In^qjioting Colt Doniphan, the Gaf.ette say^s he has just returned from tho scene of hostile operations, after performing good service, and may be presumed to have spoken by/the card.'" Having " ...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

¦ s , " u j • • r 2 i " e . i il - t s C o .i i j ) 1 , i j ( . [S __ • |> , n |St ^ . ? 'Vi ed :li y ig •' l |( — ,,, at e' of or >t or ln si ut e '"" ur ijS ire lo ise ids 'or Ji he L [j wo In " [o ley 'A eat '" • " 15 l . I . "Tho Blont -honnii.'. 1 |. The Naajiyille U^ifflti states that Col. Huskellj a whig candidate tar Congress in'Ten- ness 'pe, made a stump speech At Dresden, in that Statei on the 17to ultw, m which he used this;declaration: } y ' ' ; "If I am elected, wi policy anc} aim in Con- gress shall beta l>low ' ff the blood-hounds, ac- kno]r!fdgt; the error of, |0ur ways, lake a ret- rogfade march, under The tune of lionapurte 's retreat from Moscow} wtil tee reach the east, bank of the Rio Grai Ie." ¦ ' The reader will plei -p to remark that these •'bio'osl-lioimdsV arej: other than the.troops of the United States with whom he himself had fought at Cerro (j ^rdo . Also, that this Col: Iluskell is the ' sat r c^ individual who niade the ,attack...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

¦ a l ! • . * ' . , - - - - - t \ . " - - r ' 0j rl v . . 0 ,f a „ , jf r _ r y n :d > id • i is at ii id n jy s :i so r il P l i) ;- 16 a 10 '° ^ '° 13 °- n > - >e i- •d ' e - s - " in °t °- nft ^' "~ .< g ~ s a- (j ar ,e Jn n . «* V er oo ' - >b the >e * :THB GAZETTE ijJD OEN. CASS, ACJAtK. ^ Tor want of room ' ond.time, ' we were unable, to notice . in our Jast the " cra\yfish" articlo ofihe GazeUoof the 5th, relative to Gen. Cass and harbor improvements. It will be recollected by the readers of that paper, that on ' the 22d ult. the charge was made, boldly ' and with out reservation, that Gen. Cass had ^' »huflled, prevaricated,und'cvcb remained silent," -in regard to tho- improTcmept of our harbors, and that " no public man, from his localHyylias -greatercatise'to'assume an open and iaeVerHiiied ttund on" • that question than he. Now, however, the Gazette has " craw-Oshed," '* actually turned a back ¦ summerset, and exclaims, "No Wbig...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

Aztec Rains ' 7W'Washington Union lifts published,the rough] miles kept by Curtain Johnson, who accompanied the.e i-pedition of Gen. Kearney across the country from New Mexic 3 to California, j Captaiti J., waa killed at, tile baltle o * £ San'Pascal in-California, and this journal hes been published under tho direction of GeneraljKcarney. It is full of interest, and reveals to the world many a scene and spot hithertol.inknown. j We copy the following extract ilercri ' ptive of the ruins of Casa de Mantezi ma—ino house of Afontezuma, as it is called by the Spaniards, and which are probably tho work of the former Aztec possessors ef the land:* JYoveinber 10th.—Marchoa'aboul 8 o'clock: and afltr marching. 6 miles, still imaging plains wiieh had once been occupied, wo saw to wir'lefl the "Casa do Montczuma.'* I rode toil, and found the remains of the wall.-) of four I mlding?, and the piles of unrlh showing whe :e many others had been. One of the building; was still quite compl...

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

Attack upon Gb«. Oasi.—We nolico that somo ot tho opposition papers attempt to be remarkably severe upon Gen.'Case, because he wrote a brief note signifying his inability tirajujnl tho Chicago Convention, without CoingHnto a .delnileJ exposition of his views in relation to Harbor and River Improvements; ' Were Gen. Cass so far remaved from public Ufa as to" render his opinion on this subject comparatively unknown, there might be some ground for this display of tartness on tho pdrt of hirt political opponents. But with his'recent votes in the Sanate, online bills which were vetoed by the President, to direct them, it . wouid seem hardly possible that those who profess toAake such a deep interest in the matter, should necessarily ba ignorant of the position, of Geirfafeidft even though he negjtfets to 'define H^Tn his letter to the Committee y f Correspondence of the Chicago Convention. Whatever may be Gen; Casj' <lofectas apolitician, •nmi-conmiftnlhiii',certain-I j' j...

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

DnR\nrui. AfP;iAj'.-«iTiiaBEPSiisi>xs. !Cn.-f.i:n»—We are informed, says tlieLitile Rock ArlctitiMi;])inner, of th-. ' 19th iusf., tlnton the latii, in aUemptiiig'tosorve a process, Poputy Slierii't' ll'iri'.litiL'Kl, o( Saline county, was killoj by thp older of two brothers iinnvjil Allen, upon wham the writ was to bo servx;:!. As tno Aliens lurJ threateneJ that they woull not •be arrested, the ShcrifFsummolied u p:iise,,nn.l entering iho house attempted to execute the proceis, when obc of the Aliens, botli of whom were armed, lowered his ritle and shot the Slierill'ihnmjrh tho bodv, killin? him upon * y ^ t 1 1 „ L ' the spot. U|)(Hi this one of the poss<? i ' Mr. Ljw, drew a pistol and killed Allen, wliilo the younger Allen lired upon Low, which was also fata!. Some o;ie of ihe posse then shot the .-.umving Allen, the; ball passing ihritigh his arm,,shattering Iho bo/te and in(,o his breast. The wounJ in I.is case was not mortal, and ho made- his escape, .but Ui...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

ExTRAOBui:>'AKvOccunr.!:xc;{. —OnTue3rlay the 27ih ult., the famil y of Mr. George Christman, -of Cliesnuthill town<hii>, Monroe Co. Pen. 1). -, during the thunderstorm wero severely injured by a stroke of lightning under very peculiar anl alnwst unprece.tc-iite.I circumstancoj. Mr. Christinin, his wife and a younjy.iwoni'jn residing with theni. where ppgaged in d omestic avocations; Mr. Christman writing upon a tabld before him, and the two ludios sitting upon c!iair-s in tho room, when the subtle fluid descendeJ the c'limuey, lit upon the table before Mr. Christman, «evere 1 one of its leaves, and split the chair up¬ (. o •y ry a n- »l y ' " e- P on winch he was sitting wilhout injuring him, except stupifying him with Iwouder-—glance'J over l^o body of Mrs. dustman, severely scorching her, without however destroying her clothing upon | which she 1>xclaimed 'I' burning, up!'—and attar ked the,.young lady in the same manner, but did not injure her so ...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

A VVifk Killed" bv iis.-r Iliusa.iXD.—A melancholy accident occurred near Troy,'Pa. on Thursday nigh' ^ of last week. Soma time in the night Mrs. Pierce, wife ofDr * . J. B. Fierce, had occasion to go to Iho window of tho chamber in which theyjWere sieoping, leaving l)e. P.. asleop. The rising of ihe window awoke him, anj jio instantly seized his pun, which was neajr his bedsiJe, supposing that some one was crying to break into the hense. After Mra.T. had let down .th3 win-<1jw, sha advancoi towar.U tlu> bel—Ur. P. called out twice to stop, or he would fir**: but ehe still advanced, ana lie. hied, when she was near tlie muzisfe of tlie gun—ihe wholecharge of »hort enterinir her breast, and sh? fell de ' ad on the floor. Ifo thpn fell in the bed for his wife, to ' tell her he had killed somo one, when not finding her, tho irutli Hashed up.m liim, that he hid shot-his-wife! Ho immeijiutelyi rushed out 1 of iho house, unrj soon returnecf with sbme of " the neighbor. '...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

Hbadiso Joiiar Tvlbr.—The Raleigh ($i. C.) StanjUm^te(lls a ctory which in good enough tcJfereiKnted iiv au abridged from, and which mtiy withal be true. The point of it is that tome of Mr. Tyler's neighbors in Virginia—iho Standard says they are Whigs and acted in the matter through the promptings of political dislike—undertook to "head" the ex-PresWent b .y solemfy electing him to th&, rather ungracious office of road overseer but that the ex-President turned tho tables on them by going into the business of road making with auch a will—levying contributions 9( workmen from the fields and plantations of the unlucky neighbors. aforesaid—that before many days were gone tfiey " werefain to wait upon him in all horhllity and beg him to resign his office, or the fcrops on their Farms would be nil when htrveit time came round, The Standard says he turned a deaf ear to their entreaty and kept on until he had made oaoof the best roads in the whole'country.

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

A Word to, tub Bo-irs.—The "Learned Blacksmith" says: "BoysLdid you ever think, that this great w'orld, ' with all its wealth and woe/wiih all its mines and mountains, oceans, 'seas and rivers, with ull its shilling, steamboats, railroad*, and magnetic* telegraphs; with all its millions of darkly growing men and all the sciences and progresses of ages, will soon j bo given over to. the hands of the boys (present tigef boys' like you, ansembled Hi school; iooins or playing without them ori both aides. of the Atlantic? Believe ,i|. and look pbroad upon your inheritance, and cet ready - to enter upon its possession. The Kings' , Presidents/ Governors) State«merf, Philoeophtrs, Ministers, T<-aCher», Mfi»dfth> future, aro all boyls, whose %et, lik« Jourt. cannot reach the floor, when' jj ciated upon the benches n ' pdn which they ' were?. learning tp master the monosylable" of «h?ir ''tespectiv' * languagfrs. , 7 ' « fe d md ns, m- )a ! es, l " 6 . ® ri , in) j ret "he ti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

j J i I I I I ', ! i I 1 j i j j I I J I I I ] ! -' Y • I 1 » i ;' i I [ ¦ ; ' ' 1 ' ' ' ' 1 . I , . ' s ) i , '. " ?)¦ : - .. .' . - "i^Ok HERE, WILL YOUr [¦ " you wisti to buy cheap, you will please Call at HlNDEUNECHT'SiNo.C .j PoorPeople - e Ro»\ *here you can fiml iho fpllowliis; articies, whiiltr >r i wairanted good:—Coffee, Susar, Tea ' . Molaa- >e i, Tobaw 6r .11 kindvKfoe. Peper, Spice; Cio- iiaiiiond,Clove»,Nuimes»,(Mnaoc,8tarch,Choco-Me; Cocoa, Mu«.tard tw ' thej pound or..box, Pepper Sauce. Leiuon Syrup,OlWiiv Oil, Lump Oil Vine-L'ar,FiroCr»ckers,Ca«-lileSjo»pof all kind*, Slianiisr UrM»hM,Powder, RhoiLendPer cm* inn C«|>s and Pill», Candle Wick, Twlnu Mutches, St )V« Black in;, shoe Brushes and Hlarkins, Cba<k Tnr tnrJ Ho'iit, Mn . CQhoynnil Scotch irmlT, ml. |)hcr, Uiiinstoiio, F.p?om Balis Glauber Suits, Salcrutuj, Bed Cord.-", Itnpe, Fish and Chalk Lines tli-rrina . Patent PaiU, * Tub.s- Willow Waaons, Waili l!oard<, Wire Sivc?, A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

[ f * d. _ . ; . - 1 j - ; , , ' - I- ,. 0 >0 ,. , 1 " >* d • 1 i - : Public Notice TS HEREBT'GIVEN thdt the Stockholder! of |, Itlio Eric Bank, in tlio county of Erie, intend I to make applicuiiot) to tha next Legislature for a re- f ricvval of ihe charter, by tlifl name and stylo of (ho , Erie Bjnk, in the county of Eric, to remain tnca- ted in the Borough ol'Krie, in the courtty of Erio, with the same capital nud privilcsca as it now ° has, Ey order of the Board of Dricctore. ^ C. M'oPARREN, CashBer. b ErloBink, July 23, \$ti. « —j -*¦ ¦ -—..—¦— 1 . . . '¦. ¦— -• ! - FOWLER'S VVQRK. i « rfiH^v " subacribcr ia tho aiithorizr-d Affrsnt for iho !L saleof FOWLER'S PHRENOLOGICAL ft WOKKS, in ErloOoiinty. Hn will dispose 6f ¦ hem at New York prices. Hei» also Auenl lor Cornbe'ii ' Prehrfloeical Joiir.ial. Cnll antl cjnm- ine filhese vdl ' tiffble publications ut his Book ^ Store, on Stole Street, Eritfj Pa. • Aug. 5 1817. O. D. SPAFFOttD^ THE MARRIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE Med...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

i ( .. - . 1 ¦ • • . -:J f\- STANTON'S EXTERNAL nEUEUV cS.LED „ HUNT'S LINIWBNfiF i 1 n6*eillvprially ackuswledged lo jo (ha LNEAliUBLE f EMEDV r»KS«.ioi«tUmripln.i AftwUoA Omtnt' omartHo Mu5c!t»,Maro Ihrmtiai QoliSy'Tlum. OM llcen, l'ains In lie Back .Dd Ch«i^, A«n J ^m " b««1 lh nd FA". Tootb lrto,V»p.mia.. liVui.;,, 8ll Rhdaa. . « lurni .troup. Fi^>Hort F0.1l. nilil oil Ncrvou.TliviaMU TbeTUIUMPIl|ANT8t;CCES3 »)nch »a.X""Xbo all ppllc^ioaof ;h(i mort WllNllKKFU&UEblClNr ' 1 ° utiag tho most mrcre ora< n f inniiTfliiWSt UUeiuoi * bo»e n.mcd-.ud 1I10 IltlJII KNC OJIluiljJthir ba«J itl i-en bcilowoil orlon it, wherever it h ' .a bcmi l.uro.lucod, ive« nie, iho rli' 110 call 00 Iho AF- ICI ED ' in xemH »•' ncoto tlio OSLIY ltEllEUY THAT O^N ufe KEI.lEO q jgy-Tbo folio Jlnir co ' rtilicatn of a 'c,• ¦ auf. " Icieut funriiutea ol tbo counieuco tbjl uiov be ulicoJ in luul'< jUinimant:; | • I I ' fr .if - Colunibnivillp, Colombia CA. jVoviM' ! ]fli|5 Ur. O....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

, a , t| a c ( vt ( * w it 11 , a ^ |, (_ | a [j v , r J > ( 1 ' ¦ , [ . . 1 s J , " t d » J] t ¦1 * '" . |J *¦ !; 1-, ' < r ' 0 ¦• I rl [" 3 - » n 16 () »> r- lr Dr _/ — ,_s^_saasssa L_>BaaaBBaaassBaBB«Bss>s»ll>aas>aBB>BS Late from Mexico—Another Battle. THE CITY OP MEXICO TAKEN. Froa th« Pituburgh Chronicle. , ,i ,:, - :ftrcilMO5pAug. 9—i o'clock. . , By ihB nrrlvol of the Propeller Washington " at New Orleans, Troin tho Brazos, we have dates up to the 2211. - | | An express had arrived at Matomoras from thp city of Mexico, bringing .\he irriportaot nnd glorious ne\y» that Geri, Scott had encountered tho Mexican-army.at'Rio Frio, about eight niilea from the city of Mexico, when a severe and bloody engagement en- aaed. J . ' The enemy were forced to retreat, and were - totally routed, with great slaughter. _ Thoir loss is not stato.l/wliilst ours ia eet down at three hundred! , . . ' Gen." Scott then marched on . the capital...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

¦ fr?" In speaking of Judge Lewis, of. L(in- caster, having come out for Gen. Taylor, the Gszeiw says he "is an adroit Political manager, arid i« doubtless, in thisfmatter, looking forward to personal promotion.' -' A hard hit, - that, at the heitd mi tail of the Commercial. " Q- j ^Kfoses-Ifr. Strong,/of Mineral Point, ),as been nominnted by the Democrats of Wis- cousin, ns their candidate for Congress.— He 'll be elected of courses —. i.——;_ (U^ We.commend the following to (he spe- cinUltention of the head and tail of tho t GorJ»- mefcial • It is from a whig paber, ne"ar Cinicinnati: ¦ ' > ' • - Straws.—We are authorised to offer the fol- lowing rewRrda for the characters described: , ' Five dollars for the whig voty in Butler .co'JD'y who does ' not prefer Corwin to Taylor : for the Presidency. ' , ,. I Ten dollars for the whig who would rather vote for Taylor than any other man. . Fifteen dollars for the whig who believes that Tavlor ought to be nominated if there was 0...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

TBBBIKT tlOVRR Bf ' ebl'ClilK IK/ ' IDE W#BUP:! . ; ; . ' . GEQ. W.-MJJRCIIANT'B , ITcAroLi 'Ncort7 \| r-AN ' invaluable remedv for llorfc*, Oaltle anil otlur domestic aniiniils, in l! e cure of.llnr lollowin j. ' discHBC-; ¦ I-•. Fenh IT'ouaJs,! ^ £ slufi, S,l/15i, " \ , ails of, al! Ai ' iirV , , Stf'tixi, /.imrnrii , Spraint, llruisti, ' £*na f'rarkt, ' ,' Crathnt llrtll, ' . fttMilirtd Wet, ' . ', liln«bonf t WinlgnUj , 'Su-ralehtr cr (Jriast , Pa'l Eel C'rt'.ui, , Mjn^f. Spatin f , Siottniy, Horn Diittiliptr. • • ! is al.sn a Univerfiil F.unily Embrocation fur diseases of Human Flc»li,'«iich a* ' /?6ninfl!rjrn, ¦ F.itTnal Poisons, • '" Wits uf.-laiinjlt , . P^hi jui Jt'crcous jlfftct'rosi /Jilti, '.hi!, 1 Itoils, ' Corns, Whilleicr , Hums and Seal It, Chilblains, " 1 CVnmpt, ' ' Chapped HnnuS, -, j * Contrast! of flit MusAtt, HvrVing!, Ifouaji , IVtaknt is of the Joints, Kuktlt lir ' tasts. . ' ; ' - Merchant's fijjRr.LiKc ' Oii..—It it worthy of p>'cial remark,,lh»i b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

: i i r I t : , ' " 1 \ r I , ' • I ¦ ' . ¦ ' | , '' _ I - ! ' ¦ _ , r I Ig " . - ' ' i " K S _ v *i '• ¦ . _ 9. iv ¦ " i 1- ¦ r-- -i - -^ Patent Elastic Baby Jujmpers, ¦^R NURSE'S ASSIST AN i* . aniw and unn> J sing article or the nuracry, by which infanta iroe month* of age can amnsl and exercise them- dItcu, resting as ihoy do on i liitle icat.or sad' Ie, which serves to sustain thp child and uivc it II the support required. It 11 rccon men ltd by ¦ 'hysicions as conducive (ohesllh. To the mother ;is invnluableassho canlnavcherliilleonottlonc, ml pa her jremrn bo assured tf Cndii » it amused J nd .petfeclly safe, For salo at^ o. I Perry Hock. • • . r. W. MOOUE. Price S3 50. . - - ', July 17. I§I7. ..^. .... - •¦ ¦:. ' . . 9 _ ~~ THE kevSTON^ STA TE. * Pbnnbvlvania and ubr Emink^t. Mb.n. T<BE above is tho title of a Map ol tUp 81.110 of JL Pennsylvania juu issuid by t\po lloj W. larrison, No, 21-3 Sou:h 7th street , I I11Inlclpliia. lisa larL'cj full, accurute and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

N"lilt. SMITH'S GREAT ! \ NATIONAL PILLS. PR, O. DF.NJ. SMlTn'S * IMRROVO INDIAN VtQ-TABU _ i [sugar ^ coated] fills . . ¦ - ARE thooodiclns for Iho Unit.d Slatn, aod 'tholr ei _ ropirlcrllyorcr all others for court efflcacjj mid O pltanotaossku won for them a pro eminence of. (faun which needs i!o foreign Influence to perpetuate. Almost ™ «iherslJcd lt)«jr havo •ilenlly worked their wnyj onJ- 10 ¦»• gained apcrnaacut hold on ilio approbation of tbo m pe»P» which be aibarmedicino or opposition can, ol.n. ' r or about four yean they h»vo triumphed over dfi tout, ¦ad brought joy ud fladnasa to many an anxious bosom. al : ¦ i t0bib vvnhrv, . ai - *• •Uudlcsltorapound, cora.acuJ.tlictn tmho moM doll- A «««, and erea thi> more htrdy, who Invo luRorotl from lha affects of Imparo properties in tho stonuch, milt at one* ba plea'ad »lto tlio delightful operation of Diets thai* pita; They hare Iho roro merit of the most carefully selected! Infredieau, aro always nre( anil ihoi o can ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

«! * -, \ « \ l , ; NOi 111 AGAINST THE WORLD! «O EXCUSE FOR IGNORANCE NOW JOEL JOHNSON, jsirat^ CM. ill CHEAPSIDE, ba> jusffJTOaSI 111, received from New York 2^asHiiaasiBs»l a new and clo«antsupply of boohs mbracing Theological. Miscellaneous, Sundy nd Classical School Books, Stationary, &c, &c. ihic'i will be sold cheaper for cmft than tver beare o I'cred in this markot. Among Ills stock nay be found— . ' j .. • Anthoii'a classical Dic'v, $3, Robinson's Greek " nd Ensliah Dictionary, 85: Webster's Dictlpn ry, «3 ' 50. .. Uuhon's Virgil, 82, Anthon'a Horace, $1 75 do Homer, 150, do Cicero, 125 Anthon's Jacobs'Greek!Reader, 82, 1. do do ilo Lesions, I, | - do do Laten do , I, ' do . do do Prossody, I, do do Sallttst, 1, Davie's Malhematica, including Atgebra, Le- tl jender, Analytacal Geometry, Surveying, &c. Davic's arithmetic, Kirkham's Grammar, 0 Mams' do / . Hail'i U S Hiaiory, ' ii Mather's. Geology, ' Olney'a Geography, Mrs Lincon's Botony, Mo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 14 August 1847

BY THE QUEEN'S PA*itENT. l ' "' - CONSUAllpi'ION CURED—TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS 01? BUCHAN'S HUNGARIAN BALSAM OP LIFE. rHE 3UEAT ENGLISH ItEViEDY for COLDS/COUGHS, ASTHMA, and CONSUMPTION: ! The MOST CELEBRATED nhd INFALLIABLE remedy for Colds. 3ou»hs, Aathhi i or any form of PULMONARY CONSUMPTION, is the he HUNOARtlAN BALSAM QF LIFE, discovered by Dr. Buchan of LondonJ Englanil,[tested for ' upwards of seven years in Great Britain and >n tbe Continent of Europe, ana introduced into the United States under the immediate superintendence of the inventor. ' . The tsionidhiivj succce'ol the Hungarian Balsam, in the euro of every " ortn of ^ONSUjSPl'JON , warrants the American ' Agent in soliciting for ireatme it the WORST POSSIBLE CASES, that can be found in thb com nttniry- -cases lliat seek relief! n vain from any of the common remedies of he day, and hnvc been eivep up by the most distin^iiishcd Physicians as CONFIRMED AND INCURABLE*', The HunaariU Balsam has cured, ind will cure,...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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