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

W^mmSm C« t6nE CAN BE LIKE THEM! f DR.HRRICK 1 I T ; Standard Family Medicihes!' THB FAVOKITE BEnBDJV Os? Tlii, BA¥,-The high eDcomiums i r pra 1. ,,,„ nhcrp bc&towed upon tbeso deservedly p spulv nc<jia by citizens of the highest respectability, «,,d bj o,tt| j!; of lhe~ mr.dical profession io every fectiia oftie CaiJJ Bliht andDritiih Fojicssions, entitles 1 iem to ihenim« of tbo Conrjucrers of DUease. A mass of Am Tiesj j^ i Canaiian testimony i« %n jibe Doctor*sp< ssestiotQf Cq^~ rieriormetl by thcie prcrroiD' ent rtmedia ifter the conbin cil treatment of the medical faculty, and the fnostpoDukJ rcoiciliesnf the ilayb'ail been tried in va n 11 lr^ * vv DR. HERRiCK'S VEGETAILB sJ UGAR COATED JftLLS;, ] , ^ May bo used with burked success in 1 terj diinie <• ciuirioR a HBnlli'oBd positive- purgil te.< They tan with astonishing quickueta pains and dizrindis of ih. lli?ud, puiiis and weakneisof thebrn »,l ,\iL j.j ,'"' all Kia-r«-of/rt-«* if&...

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

' 1 ; , . 1 ' ^ 1 . Something wsnnli Knawlns aboail. A rarity under the head of a Patent Medicin e tdvertiseinent. We ask our readers to^puraue ,he followint f, knowing they will profit thereby., \ A medicine Which); p.riettly ualc, and may be liven to children from tent er infancy, tc advance d ago, lays under no restr lint os to cold water, or tny kindof food. Purges mildly, subduing fover; e ilroys und cvpeta worm* 1 with invar ible euecss, and \b easily administered to chili rcn. That it posseascs theso valuable properties is fear caaly asserted; still claiming tho additional adkantagfeof J*ing «ivon :n email bulk, ond requirlone of tho drenching which Worm Tea and other supposed Vermifuges demand. During its brilliant career, it hus been introduced into many families, where every other known and accessible Vermifuge had been tried-without the least succeps, wlrero it has promptly cipcllud worms to an almost incredible amount. Hear what the Editor of tho Bulletin of the Pacifi...

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

, * | XJOTICE.—The Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron LN Manufaclt.rins business will be carried on A the old stand of Ashley & Kelscy, where a constant supply ofall articles manufactured by him will be kepi for sale at whelesalr and retail. , Old Copper and Brass Ware takej in payment for Tin Ware. JOSEPH KELSEY, Jr. Brie, July fi, 1844. 7 L. WARREN, HAS removed liiseash, Wind nnd door Shop 10 State, between 7t hnnd 8th streets,' where he will keep constantly on hand or make to order all articles in In-line on the shortest notice. Those nUhins to obtain first rate work at low prices ' would <!o well to give-him a call before purchas '•»g elsewhere. Glazinij.donc at all lirnes. Glass and Pull v •kept constantly on hand May 10, 1846. ' 5\ _ :il. " sttmyTh "jS" ^^|i HAS JUST RECEIVED J^m (rom New Yorft.porPomroy'eE. ' r.r'Css . tnt Spring Fashions, and is now ready to execute all ordcru for HATS in tho latest, Fasion, and of a better 1 qualitv thun can be purchased here or el...

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

• " I ^^^^, • 1347 ' ^ ^^l^ ; ' WALKER fc COOK. TTJQRvVARDING, COMMISSION & PRO- F DUCEMEUCH.VNTS.—Will continue the Forwardins nnd eon mission business as usual, at their ware-house on the Pnblic Dock, Erie. Pal and will be ready on ihe opening of Navigation of the present year to contract for the shipment 0 Merchandise from th> eastern cilics, or other pla ccs, to Erie, as lliey ore connecied with sood r,e ; . sponsible lines, und h vin^ pome olihe firs- class ol Steam ISoatt and I'ropellcrs on the lakes runnin? to their house, tiereb y ensurinir 1 he safe and ep.'edy Irani-niisaion ¦ »f all propert) cutru^Icd to their itire. They Vi I attend to, the forwarding of goods up nnd down Ihe lakes or to any of the Canadian porls 'on Lake Ontario and the River Si. Lnwrenco—ulgo iotith by the Erie Extension Canal. ' CASH advances made on all kinds ¦ I Produce and sulce promptly o tended lo. They will keep ijpuslantly on hand SiuiniinoiiB Cod I, in Ijr^eor small quantities...

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

1 \ ' ' v t r . ! ' c ' '. ' i ' ' WESTFIIfLp MARDLE FACTORY. THE subscribers having a^ooil a."sorlment of Now England uinrble on Imi/d, from difTir snt quarries, calculatcil for Head nnd Foot tables, - VlonumeiitK, &c. which they offer to sell to any ;nc in £ric county. Pa. not living further thuii Sile, lettered .in first rate et.ile, and delivered, at [he following prices: Small, for children, $1 S11 ;icr fool; Middle nizo, foraged people, £4 G2 per ' ootj Largest size SI 75 per foot. We think il itould bo an object for some of the I' n ' ccouniy pople to forward us a few inscriptions as we have recently been informed by the Erie marble deakia in rather » bra^ifinir way, tha1 they were sticking il to the Eric and Crawlord county people good. They braa very lustily of felling to ihe "Pennamiles" at from $-2 50 to S i per foot. Should any 9l ' lhe people of IJrio ' county ba in want of any thing in our line,,they can forward their insci.iplione, or come ihoinBclvcs, and t...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

Mary Loriug's Lesson of Life BY MISS MART CHASE. CHAPTEB I. "Poor ' child! what lonely dnya iho pavscd L With nothing tu recall, But bitter taunts, nnd careless words, and looks more cold than all:" By the glowing embers on the ^itchenliearlh of a large old-fashioned farm-h'ougp , Eat Abel Martin and his wife. It.was late in the evening, and a chill blast was without.— They had been sitting long in silence, and it length Mrs: Martin spoke. "Jit don't hardly seem as if poor James was gone after all!" She uttered this'in % half-suggestive, half doubling tone, and accompanied it by a Very proper nigh-. Wherever James might he, it was evident that his loss had'not very deeply affected her. "I really cannot realize it," she continued; "and then lo think of seudino his daughter to me to be took care of and Brought up. It is certainly very affecting, though I don't see how it is to be done ^ amli'ain not used to having children about the house. But," she said, warming >vith ...

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

VUBLISlIEp EVERY SATURDAY - BY 4 P- DV^LIN & B. F.j SLOAN, STATE STBJ !ET , " EH1E , P*.| , ** _ I ¦ ' ifE HMS. i i One copy, one yparl in advance, : 8t 50 Otherwise, two dplla ga yra> " ill invariably be :hsrsed. Theso tdrmS wil ' l bo strictly adhered to n all cases. I i i Advertisements inac ted nt 50 cents per square irHlio flrU insertion, ond 25 cents for each sub-;equent insertion. ' : Job PrintiriL' , of al .varieties; such as Books 'amp' ilcts, Handbills, ' -Show Bills, Cards . Sleam->oit Bill*, Blanks for Voles, Receipts, &c. exe-¦ nted in the beat slylc n*l on tjiorinolicc. | T. W. MOORE. Dealer iniGroceries, I revisions, Candies, Fmit kc. No.ji. ferry IilocV,' State ttreet, Erie, Pa] r MARSHALL b LOCK WOOD, Attorney" ul Law. Cilice upstairs in the Tain many Hall building, orlli ol 'lbeProtlionotary'a Oflice. _J $ _ " " SMITH JACKSON. \ Dealer in Dr ' y Good:i, Groceries, Hardware, UnciTii Ware, Lim', Iron, Nails i.e. No. 121, Cluapsiile, ...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

JOHN H;. BURTON it. CO. Wholesale and retail dealer-in Drugs, Mcdicin ' rs Dye MuiTs,Groceries, &c. No. 5, Uced Mouse trie, I'a. j, I JT V. Mi TIBBALS7~ IValer/in Dry Giiods, Uroccrics, ^-c. No. Ill, ' t.'hrapsidc, ErielPa. GOODWIN h VINCElNT. Pc-vlcrs in Dry Goods; ! Groceries*. &c, No. 1, Donnrll Block, f>tatc St.,Erie , Pa CARTER ' & BROTTTCR. Dealers in Drug's,!Medicines, 1'uidls, Oils, Dye, hhITs , Glass, &c., No. 6 RcctflJoufe, Eric-J^ ^_ .___^_. Jl. TO^ILINSON & Co. Forwarding and jCoinmi^sion Merchanlj; 109 French Street, Eric, and at 6th Strict Canal Ba •on, iijso dealers in Groceries m>d. Provisions. HENRY CAD\VELl7 dealer in Hardware, Dty (Joods, Groceries, &c. -cist fide of the Diamond, anil one door east of the Eagle Hotel, Eric, Pa. ' "~ ~7 ' ea|gle!hotel; r.y Hiram L. Bro|vn, corner of Siate street and the Public square , Erie, Pa. Eastern, Western, and Southern .«t,i?c oiliw. LYTLE& HAMILTON....

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

POOR YOUNG MEN It is egn6dentTy asserted that a poor young man has butjtwo olternativsa—-either tojgb tcr work or go to the devil. A great number choose the latter. It is a singular choice, but thosa who makeup may be seen any ffnj ij ajy lounging in squads about the corners cf iho itreMs, with the stimps of cigsvra ir tlcic moulhs.—2 f Aom^»or 't Rep. . | Never was any th ng said_with more truth, A young man who has not Ihe means of living independent of lubor, had. better:g<i tb> \voj-k, though he receive not enjoiigh.tor h ^ ia lubpr to pay for Ma board and furnish him with. eloping. Notfcing- detracts bo much" fjOTrr thtJ Citimation of a young man whom Wo know to be poor, ihan a habit of idleness. It is almo ' sd always the sure sign of future disgracs' and ruin. And when wo observe that habit of idleness.degenerating into habits pf dissipation, and licentiousness,. 1 ben we aje called? upoii to bury hope ^ and forget'the ea Jy promise) of youth., ' ' it Is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

TME SONC _ Of TOIL. ( BY AOODSTIKE DUOANHB. Lcl him wlio will, redone tbo »oug Of fciulo love «nd bright romance—J.ct him who will, witli tripping longuo, Leijii glvamitig ihoughis tofaacy's daace} But fct Die tirika miuo iron tiarp At noitltera harps were struck of old-* Ami let in muiic, item and lharp, Arouse iho freo and bald'. Hy handi lh»t iron harp shall sweep, ' I Till frera cuch ttroko uoit iiraiat itcoil, Alid forth tho tomuJtng ucbues leap, To join the arouiing Song ofToil; I Till men of thought their Ilioughti outipeak, had thought! niln in kiodctii mind; JLaii stirring words ahull arm the weak, Aa(l fetters cease to bind! Aai^cnuhtag, socn,o'er soul aad sensr, ' , That glorious unrp, whose iron strings Are ^ Labor's uiighty instruments, 8hall shake the thrones of mortal kings; < And ring of aie, and apvil note, ' Anil ruih of plow through yielding soil, And laboring engine's vocul throat, Sliall swell toe Song of Toll! '

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

¦ Tb« Inorol ie of Paper Monof. " It cannot havp e sc|petl the careful observer of ' the times that tbo paper currency of the country^ "in* been ^reat y ' augmented during the past year; not beca ' t se business require)! it—not at; all—bttein-ply because the race of bankers and speculators, begotten and brought forth by! He m inia of 1836, are not all dead yet. Th impso i 's Bank Note Reporter, good authority, by he by, set* do<vn the cxpaneion of pa ' pe: moni y in the time specified, at $20,000,000, and ndds—"the expansion is still going on.' Ard "still going on!]' where, whon, and how kit to bo stopped!— Wo look around its, and find no answer to the queryr-though, thanks 'to the firmness rind patriotism of the (cyatt ne democracy, Penneyivariia has not, and is not, helping to swell the tide. Ohio, jnder the mad and unfortunate rule of whigery, has brought into existence a general banking law, which turn it as you ' may, ' must nevitafcly br j iiig embarrassment, if no...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

Id Europe and Young America Furope goes on dreaming of the. proud eras ti h< r fanner glory, and through de£repit!%nd li iliug frorW the nciivo seeds of nlFkinilp of c irruption*, slid she cannot give cregiHcj the p cdigies of the rising people ofjAmerlea, \jhom the views iu tlic Hjjhl of sdvenliirers olid parvenus. V, \ •• <£ ;:' f I Chcrishing ' tl e prejudices nf England, ' sW Mikes a species of indirect flutery and eulogium, vjarfous misrepresentations which are made by a calculating enemy about the American expeditions-made in Mexico. ? According to European journal?, both the land, and sea forces ! pf tjic United Slates ore ijadiy accoutred, ifl.0is>)piiiied,\wainiug away ' ii nder disease?, ' frequently mutinous, and can-:imt long wj rbtiahd.teing dispersed like cloud* by the formidable, and numerous,army of the heroic gcneraligBJm p, §anta Anna. ,, All these occOiinU , \vhich are merely the imaginings of frivolous journalist*, arid offerel in a a...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

Later from Mexico s ; ' j ; ' ' " . RicuitoND, Va.,: Aug. N. , The atcamer Fashion " has armed at New Prleane frimyijra Cms!, ;8KSleft the latter port on thf 2i inat. Geofi'Scott was a^rrtiebla on the 30th vof July, when there was a Strong probability of on immediate advance on the capital. :>. . ' " W*-' ~ 'i I Gen, Valencia ^arrived nl the Capital on Monday 20th ult., with 4,000 troops. i Gen. Pierce arrived at Perole after an action with the Guerrillas, near tbo;,Nationt»l Bridge. Lieutenant Simpson of the Indiana Reg. and the Surgeon of the Pennsylvania! Regiment arc dead. j ; ; .; :. i- A- courier i>f the British legation ' arriTtfd at Vora Cruz on the 31st, with correspondence frpm-thoCnpiml'of ihfe 19th and from Piieblaj of the 30th. Ur. Kendull represents the chances ef peace in an unfavorable light.— He 8aylVGen. ?colt will march immediate]^ on| the arrival of Gen. Pierce, certainly in. \\\ii 1st week of August , and it is more than probable that the h...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

Canal Rousd tub Falls.of I\iaoara of \veareglad to Fi^e the project a Canal around the Fulls of Niagara, again ayitutoil. |t is a disgrace to our nation to be compelled fo pass through the canal and locks of a for-5pijjn goveremenl to reach over our walers.— /l'ho Wetland canai is doing a large business Sand her revenues comes mostly from American shipping. Such is the magnitude, of her .business already, that the Canadian goveriif inent have ordered secrecy of the ' amount of sits business. No sldtistics ^ can be gathered 'ai her collector ' s office. We are now paying her trifeaile, fur navigation in d sum Buliicient to build lucks around the Falls on our side. fA gcnllerivanreHiding at St. Catherine 1 !! gives '-the ' follovf/ing statistics for the month of June. 1 OrtfiuftiuifiTier WSPe'^HIiJSfldair233 19-lscoWs and 10-1 rafts also " passed. Part •fthem j tpr American ports. , The Ogdens-burgh and Boston railroad finished, dj uoblo the number of American crafts would tpk...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

•TIjlE OBSgRVgSg ^' . " "Thjj ' yo ' ridl^OoT eined too Moea.''. ?¦ ' I" , r'- a ' 'i| " E,' p a. "^ . > :> .;';; ] Saturday HIorainK, Anguu 31. IS4T. ' ;> UEnOCOJlTfC NOaUNATSOWS. H ; roR-aovBRNon, FR'8. R ^ SHUNK. ' -,*'• ' *OR CAKAI. CtfHMlSStOSERi •MORRIS t'0N6ST|£TH. ,^315*Thos.'H.'EuisotrfB a duly autiiorized lafent to procure subscribers for ll is paper. ' ' . "Old Enrops and Toting Amo ica." We call the reader's attention t j the article unfler thU head in another colunin. It Was translated front a French paper'trr the New ' York Spirit of the Times. The article will be retfd by the people of this country with great pleasure, on account of" tho highly flattering manner in which the writer spenks of as, and the favorable comparieoi s he makes between Europt and America. /. .' ' ' i l Th» Am«rican Athenaraii- , This is the title of a n«w semi-monthly pab-I cation, just commenced at Roche ster, N. Y., the first number of which, has beep laid on pur ...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

pA«THEa FioiiT.—From a . letter dt ted Newton, Jneper county, Arkansas, July ft: Mr. Samuel iftuUon went- into tha woods about three miles from his house, accompanied by his son, ten or twelve years old, lo cut a bee-tree, and as l|e expected to find "lots' of honey, he did not take his ehoting iron v,'ith him, bHievcing he could not carry it and tho honey too. When hn got to the tree ho c >mmenced chopping, his son standing 80 or 100 steps from " him, with a butcher's Knife iu his hand. He had cut but a few moments W j hen he heard a noise just nbove him in a hnllpw. Hs looked up, and saw a huge panther walking leisurely, paying ho attention to him. Dt'termind not to let him pass thus; Hudson t 00 ^^1 a «tone and threw at it.- The panther sioffiped, looked up, saw Hudson, and made at him, without asking him if lie was ready. ¦ Hucson turned to take his axe tint of tho tree to fight with, but before he could get it and turjn around the panther was on kiui,'and he iwbs com...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

i.irn m Ttn:VVK8T Constable Phillipp, of Cnunliil Hill,%(Gslen«, Illinois,) was married night before lost, and, as common in these partK, a parcellof his acquaintances felt bound to give him a ihiverceon the occasion. , We understand he^oldthem if they did they would havo to abide the coni-eqnenqo. This' didmit deter tho "fun;" and the consequence wa>,that when the medley began, PHillips threw auinnp the crowd some "Jevli^h jniacliiuc?," which exploded nnd lodged eoverai large shot in some three-of them. John Ruty, late a volunteer of Copt. Crow's company, ; hud fourteen or fifteen lodged iu different parts of his body, aijd is supposed to be in a (!angerou« situation. -f-Dr. Johnson has been out to «ro the wounded. Phillip* is not . at home ^ nntf officer Gallagher is looking him up. So much for' net allowing ono'e acquaintance to. gel married without saluting them with a medley of trumpets, bell?, kettfedrunif, and any number of wind initrumente.--Ga/<rn<j J...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

Wo cut the following from the Commercial i I of Wednesday. > - 11 "That party (the|Whig) wh ch has hitherto denounced it (th p \Vor) as unjust and ipiqii . iloiis.«—Locbfoco-.Aleeting. ' Not so. But they denounce the awkward or villainous authors ' of it, and inland to hold them to a strict aoctnint before the people for the same. As fof (he war itself, their principle ii>, "Beware ofjentrance U a quarrel; but being in, so bear iV thai tho o[ poser may be ' - ware of them." it, If this means any; thing, (wtifeh is dispdted by eome,) it meausilhat the wh gs are in favor ofthoivar with Mexico. Per contra, now heartbe . Eri* c|ir(|nicle, of Tuesday: "0C7 * l The decided" reactior in the public mind, as 1 , indicated 6y the recen: election* both in the ebkith' and ifi ' lhe west, cannot but be regardedins conclusive proof that the people havo no confidence/iu the national administration, or that its principal mtature, the war letib! Mexico, has not tl e approbation of ...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

¦ (t/^Last Sunday and Mondiy were warm, warmer, warmest. O d "So 1 V rays came down.with an intensity that 8 arted tho perspiration from every pore. In he shade or out it was all the same, nothing short of an ice house, was at all I comfortable. Whether any accidents like that which happened to the man in Boston, whose shirt and pants were found standing starched stiff on the side walk all alone, he having melted avvay, happened hero or not we have not (earned. V^ c k now of some pantaloons and shirts that were starched stiff in the morning, which before i ight were ratlier.pliablo and .some what moist. ., j (D^ The silliest of all things in political action, U the attempt of certu n politicians in this State to pin Shank fdst to the coat tail of of Gen. Taylor Gazette. Except the attempt to pin the fortunes of jthe anti-war-Wilmot-provist-whigs to the jcoattail of the warvloving-slaye-holding-Geri. iTaylU. !

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