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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

THE EU30TI0NS. Indiana has elected to Congress seven Democrats and three Federals—Federal gain, one, . Kentucky has electedjsrx FederaljaU, and four Democrats—Democratic gain, one. ' North Carolina has elected si:: Federalists and three Democrats—Federal glin, three.— Since the election of Represent! lives to the lost'Congress; a new arrangeme Jl of the districts has been adopted, which is more favor¬ able to tho Federalists than the firmer one.— This wit! account for llreir success on tho I present occasion. ( Tennessee has probably elected Brown, Federal, over Brown, Democrat, or Governor. Result on Congressmen not yet ascertained. Alabama has elected Chapmai, Democrat, Governor, by a largo majority.) The Democrats have elected five membera of.Congres?, and the Federalists, two—^Federalgain. enc. Iowa has elected two Democrats to CongresB, Federalists, none !

Publication Title: Erie Observer
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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

Kj°Who superintends thec eanincr of our strWts, wesimuiaitso to Know. --The'people pay enough city taxes to ha 1 e the ditches kept fr«r from Ghh-and dirt—u thing which is very desirable arid necessary during tho present unhealthy season. , We noticed the other day some men engaged in cleaning out the ditch onthe east side of French street, but instead of throwing the filth into a cart and carrying it)away, a| oughtto have been done, they merely threwi'it into' the middle of the street, there beneath a hot. su l to breed disease, or on the first rain, to b? washed back to its old location. * When wil our city fathers learns wisdom! |; , • ' Harmon join Whlgory. '

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

HoASK.p.—The London Mercury, of July 20th, under the head of "Lifo in the W;«t,"' gives numerous scraps for its catalogue of horrors ci.llcd from the American papers received by the steamship Cambria, then just arrived, and nmnnjjf others, the following from the Bristol (R. I.) PliceniK. The Bristol (R. I.) Phoenix says:—"A few days since, a person wai seen in our jail by Dr. Holme.*, who had been confined for several months without a' stitch of clothes to cover his nakodnes*. Fr«m extreme wedTcneHs he is unable to talk, nnd cannot therefore- tell what his suffering* were. He frequently vents his feelings by tears and sobs, bulnota single word of complaint has been- heard from hi« lips." '. = -•¦ j The horrible event recorded is the birth of a child in prison.

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

CT^How about those 075,000 you said Mr. Power' s election as Canal Commissioner had saved the State, Mr. Gazettel Come, come, gentlemen; either fork up the figures, or back out; i - ; ¦ . . 05*During jhelast month, the coinage at all the mints has been about eij ;ht and a quarter millions of dollars , a much largei 1 sum than ever was coined before in tha United States within on equal period of tlmo. j' ! J^*Ati editor in Wisconsinjiftej: a p eek's f«courtiri g "*K<uf comtTtb jhe cpnislusiohj "that if ther^was iay thing whic . frOmnipotence could not forckifdw, it was tbfl verdict of a petit jury." . ' . si' . : 7 - . '

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

BrtF.icn Ot' Promise.--It may be a satisfaction to ni! parties to know that hereafter, in \'en\ oylvanid, in cases of this kiiiij, tne evidence of a promim 1 and Acceptance must be positive, and not inferential, the Supreme Court hnvin£ lately 60 decided in a capo iu which the circumstances were most aggravaled, and which ought to have justified such an inference, if any thing could. -Ladies'will, therefore, see the necessity v of bringing tin ir lovers up to the point, and make them pop ' ie T ies'tiou directly, otherwise it will not amount to much. They also inupt bo pre ;ared to *ay " yos"' in an open, loud voice, as \e quosJ tion much whether fainting away, I the old manner of acceptance, is now ' tulicient.— Baltimore Sun. '

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

A Xnttlo loo Maoh Orapo. We gave our nei ;hbor of the Gazette a it" tie too much' grape last week. He's off in dpuble quick time, ike Santa Anna at Buena Vista; and his account of it, trill favorably Compare with thai; redoubtable wooden-legged hero's official a ter that men orable tlpfeat. k is nothing new, however; our neighbor has a very convenient fashion, ivhc > cornered, to deny his own identity. So w( shall let /tiirt pass for what he is worth! ',

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

TmrMormoxTemplb.—The Kcofcuk Register says, that the sale of the Mormon Temple at Nauvoo to the CatholiCB has failed, in congequcice at some defect in the title, j Tho Catholic have purchased Parley Pratt's house, with the. intention of converting it into p church. . • /, . j

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

Law AOAIK8T SRiiccrnoN.—One. hundred thousand women have petitioned Queen jVic-Xoria for a law to punish reduction.. Let "hem refuisro ¦ as' soctate " ivifh" tFe * se3ucer,9rur tliere vfUl l?e no uecepthy, for utieh a law. I Lei them also beep away from the eeduecfi and then there .will be no dancer.- ¦ '. . ' -¦¦•

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

•hould be ibui early appriwid of this change In thoBtateof l ourrelRtions. ' .., - •iNo troops nave marched towards the Irontior for a length or time; and lam told by Mr. Porrott, who left Mexico a fewjays aince, that many of Arista's officers had returned to that city in a state of u1 £££nnEr! I""" 1 "Commanding Home Squadron. "Brie- Gen !ral Tatlor, '•Comma iding Army of Occupation." Here then is the information which induced him to modify, under certain contingencea—"the intelligence from Mexico *' —his advice of October 4th. This same, or similar intelligence, was also communicated to him from the War Department on the 16th of October. Taking the two communications together, Gen. Taylor mu e supposed that tho dif¬ ficulties between the two nations were at that very moment; or were soon to be, in the process of peaceful adjustment by negotiation.— Both communications, moreover, intimated to him that thd project of invading Texas had besrt abandoned or suspended by the Mexican...

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

NA'ICUF. >K(>WIX REinKDVI INVALID' HKST HIENt: It is rouBilcxtly usiertcd that tliero NEVRawaa a uiidicine which -has giveu such uniform ami univer>>iil »\ isfaciion. ng WRIQ IT'S lM)IANVKGi>:i'AnLE ILLS. They htivo stool ttio severest nuleby uuriux when all oilier remedies fit lodunilh.itonaiubli. ¦ rnpumtiou in tbu face of the envious sluuders wliicb have bt'u'n ruised afrain.t them. . ¦ Lot It be borne in m ad toil Wright's InJl.u Vrgctable Pills are NO CATC I-PENNY REMCUV. the offspring of the he ur, destined io 'pass awny with ii, and be f<>r(ottrn, but a medicine of slcrll g v ilue. Its' rcputuiion isnol buili ipou animlsted euro, nirneie.1 utt. dcr circuinatunces in a hich the filth nf tbn im.ifftuallou had quite usmuc'i In do with it as the activity of ilie rein--' edy naill*. Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills lay u claim! 10 roul worth, luuudcil on thououcst and willing lectimo-l THOUSAND3 A VDTEK3 OF TIIOITSAN'DS, throuxbout...

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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

inSE. ' 1 SES OP THE URINARY ORGANS* DISElASESolife Urinary Organs cured by thi i-^STiu eT cr bdcho, cva cbji, and cu> UF.3D. s ich aschroi ic and acii'.c diseases ofthu Blaid r, . Jltsd, chronic . . Urethra, Gohorrhait, Prostral: Gland, 'Gluts, Whites, KUnt)S,and Strictures. .-Loim, I Diaotln,4e. This valuably medicine is prepared only by Geo. \\ .'Merchant Ope ' ratlve chemist &c. Lookport, N, Y. ' / Full i nd ample instrucrjont, testimonials, &c< accomp my eich bottle. Sold by J. H. Biirion & co. Eric) S. S. & H. Fassett, Asatabula 'Ohio; p. N. Websle•, Corintatit- (Ihirt. v lv5O TO RED HEADS AND GRAY. rpVRIAN HAIK DYE . n warranted article for J colorln; the In ir ' a bcanliful brown or j: t blnck, i will not wi ar oft, soil'the linen, or color lbs flkir., ns hundreds can testlfr. i ll has olio been used succeisfully in eolorinij Fuis. ¦ ' i' ' ¦ BeiVs re of ill* cot ntcrfiit, and he sure you get the £en lino, pri par ?d (inly by...

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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

WANTED. I" IDERAL priPea will be puid Tor 2000 Bushels Corn, ' 2000 do. Rye, I 2000 do. Oats, 1 ... I 2000 do. Whelt, ; ' If delivered wi.lim two week*). ¦ H. CADWELL Au-'j 7. ' ORPHANS COURT SALE. WILL he sold by order of the Orphan's Court, by public vcndno or out cry, at tho Court Housh in ihe Borough of Eriojon Saturday the 4th ifay of September next, ut 10 o'clock, A. M., thefullouinsr described piece or parcel of land, situate in the township of Millcreek, being part of Reserve traci, number pevenlyeix (76) containing ubimi forty acres, be live same more or less; late the property of David Vnldwcll, dee'd. JOHN G. CALDVVELL, Bxecutor. Ad" , 13th, 1817. I 3>|3 Public Notice f.S HEREBY GIVEN that the Stockholders of Ithn Erie Bank, in' the county of Erie, intend to make app)ica:inn to thn next . Legislature fur n re. ncn-al ofihe charter , by the nairie and siyloofihc Erie Biinlt, in the county ol'.Krio, to remain luca ted in the Burou^h ol'Erie, in tho county of Er...

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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

THE DELAWARE MUTl AL SAFETY . Insnranee Comp any, ¦ ;. ;¦ , (or nnwoBLPBi,) A REhowdoln^' business on tbe mutual plan, XX giving 1 the. assured a pafllcipation In tho prufto of the company, wllhout liabiliiy beyond the premium paiil. • \ « ' , HisKs upon ilie Lake's and ( Canal insur^l oil lha moi-t favorable terms ' . Levi es will be liberully and prompily adjusted: Fire risks on incrcliaridizo . biH dings and other properly, in town or country, for a limited term or permanently. i DIRECTORS, Joseph H. Seal, James ('. Band, Edniond A. Suudsr, Theophilus Pau'dih^, John C.Davis, 11. Jones Brooke, Robert Barton, JohnOirreti, - ' ' -° John B. Pjnrose, HugbCralsr, Saiquel Edivords, George Serrell, Henry Lawrence, David 1:. Staccy, Edward Darlington, Charles ICelley, Isaac R. Davis, J. G. Jchnson, . • William Folwell, WilliarA Hay, Jnlin S. Nctvlin, Dr. 8. ''homas, Dr. 11. Mt. Huston, Jolm Seller, Jr. Spuncer Mcllvaii e, ' ' • - Richard S. NowhuU, Sec'y. Wn.Martin, Ptei't. llCP'Applica...

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

The greatest Piscofery of the Age! I On, TRl UK'S MAO.MBTI*Of ^TBIENT. VIIIII* i ihe first Utteinut io combine l!ia KLKUTIIIC M. or MAUNE I 1 FLU 1) with Powerful YVgrtahio Kitr^cts in [lie form of an ..intiuent—tu boa|ipltBtiexietiial. |» for the reinoral ofuisaai ' e. Tbe alinoit unlimitoil riiecr«»It l«s mil witli itjimpa it at once ilip UllliArEST DISC iVEKVUf THE AOK. It Is constantly offijetint cares ol the jil'lhe mirfost imuortalite.' The rao.l Incro-lu lous uro CON VlSCKIl—lh« imrs^faithless are coni|ielleil to bcllcvein iho power and virtue of thi> (treat roinndy. lilsunlvprs.illyndnliliediobeTIIE'JlOST WON'liERFU1. COMniKATION/KNOWM lo tho WOULD for tho IMMKIHATE RKLIEF nfdise.i e and pain. ll never rails while I hen. roumius sufflciom life lo rettora n natural and hcjlthy kctiou lo the capillary vessels cfllio body, and cqualixctheiimil*ti,n<<fthil,lo14. By thin inedns a eenlnlling porer u fiiintd our Hit moil malignant/onm of DISK ASK which cnniio...

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Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

«Lpbl?:Hl3RE,VviLLYOUr ' ¦ IF you wish to buy diesp, you will ptutnetall ai RINDERNKCHT'S Note, Poor People * Row, where you can find tlie I ' olloivfb ^ article*, whltW •f fl warrented awdi — Coffee, Siurar, Te», Molas-* cs; Tubacoof all.Uind?, Rice.Peper, »pjce», Clnnainond, Cloven, I^utmef», Gin¥Ci-,Sureb,Cbocola«e, Cocoa, Mminrd by the pound or bos, Pepper Sauc4, Lera f.8vrup,6liter Oil, Lamp Oil Vinc-Sttr.FiroCrackers .jOaatile Soapof ulUinds . Slmving Bruslios, Povfdor, Shot, Lead, Pefcuasion Caps and Pills, Can.llo Wick Twine, Matches, Stovo Blacking, thooBruahesand Blacking, Chalk Tar and Roflii ^ Macoboy.and 8cqtch iunff , sulphcr, Biimstone, Epoom Salts GIaubt-r 8ali», Saleratus . Bed Cords Rope, Fish and. Chalk Linen Herring, Pnient Pail* , Tubs, Willow Wntront, Wash Board-, Wiru Sivc», Alihondj, Madeira Nuts, Filberts, Curry Combs and Horse Ca'dji, Horse Brushes and Combs, Saltpeter, Dairy salt In ba-;», liroouW, Corn' Whii-p-t and Hearth Brooms; WhitANrash Ufusbei, an...

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

GEO/W. Ml&CHf ANT'S ¦g^ufiC^ Eo A N invaluable rcmerlvt for Horses, ffiatlle an|l J\ jnher domestic animals, in tho we of tl*» ' folloMling diseaicri \ ' \ | Fresh] }foUn4t,\ . ¦ . f.stida, 8'lfiti ^ I Gallsv/yll kinds, , Bfi-oin*, Lainciirss, . |- SpraiksiBrwxsts, oma Tracts, I . j CntiVdHeelsS F»Md,red R,L h Rin«))pi\r,triniiga ts, Stralehtl of UYease, • * , Pall Evil, Callus, ' .l/.ut^<, . J ; S/uertls, Steeeney, Horn IVislttnptr. ¦ i Itisabo a UniversalTamily Embrocation tbt { I diseases of Human Flesn, such » J Rlieunintism, • • ! " Eflifn'tt floltoiis, ' \ Ttitet cjf Aiihnals, ; PilafidifirTmlk ty*' 1 FiathUcs, ¦ t . lio n*, 1 | s lloilt, Corns, V/fhillowf, Burns'and Seal!t, ¦ Chilblain*. : Cramps• Chapped JIands'i' Contrails ef the Muscles, Saetlings, Wxnmds,. Wiamesa of,thejonls,. Kaked jireasls. MeitcBaNT's Gi.RCLisc Oil.—Irii worthy of special remark," iHit besides the great and extraordinany powers In the euro of diieases of tho horse iii which its vintie...

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

THE MARRIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE medic; ik, companion. By Dr. A. M*. Madbice40, Professor of Diseases of Women. Third edition; 18mo. pp.350; prico $1. . 25,000 Copies sold in three months. ' The great demand of this most important work (ot which thousands are stld) has compelled,the issue of another edition. It is intended especially tor the married, as it discloses important secrets which should be known to them particularly.— Here every female can discover the causes; symptoms, and the mo/n efficient remedies and most certain mode ol cure, in every complaint to which hcrses is subject. ' Married Females would horo learn the art whereby they would retain their youth, beauty, vigor, elavticity ofbody and buoyancy of. spirits to an advanced age, instead of being afflicted, bb hundreds and thousands, into whose band? this book has not fallen. - This work is designed to be in the hands of every wife and mother who hag a regard for her own health and welfare, as well as that ot her husba...

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

MARRIED—On the 14th inst.. b y the Rev. J. K. Barry, Mr Daniel ppborn, to Misa Rachael Ri ' ch. all ofthis c'ty. \ DIE0—In Gnlrnn, (II., Helen Viola, daush-l ter of William and Cnlista P. Graham, aged one year and right months. On the 18th, inst. after a short Mines' ,, Mrs. Martha Hushes-, consort of the late Tins. Hughesj of this borough, aged Cl years. On ilie 1 lth inst., after a protracted illness, Mrs.* Abigail Old?, consort of Mr. Elisha Olds; o( Millcreek township, in the 37th year of her age. On 1 the lath instant, Mary, daughter of Mr, Elisha Olda, aged 4 months and 10 days'. In llarborcrcek, on the 11th inst., William G. Henry, eon of the l.i'o William ami. Rebecca Henry, a»ed 20 years. :' '• In Green township, on iln 6th inst., of consumption, Mrs. Angelina, consort of \,V. L. Weed, In her 21 si year. . ' , ' ACABR. i MR. C. BEADEL will commenca giving a csursa of Lessons in Penmanship at his room in the Flomins Block, on Monday, the 23d innt. Ladies and enntUmqn a...

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

I NSW ANi> FRESH GROCERIES, At JVo, 6 Poor Peoples Row. W F. lUNDERNEOHT has just redeived a < i largo and well selected assortment of wet, dry and Family Groceries; Dye Stuff 1 * , Kails ai.d GlaiS, which he will sell cheaper lor cash iliai.unv oihcr establisMAent in town. PleaBO call and bi'p. ' ' ' / June Vi. \SiXr, JUo 1 KKUIil v'fc.L) 25 bay a Km, Cuba, Si? Ua minso and Java Coffee, one door north; of the Big Window, State alreet, by ' . '' ' ¦ W. F.. R1NDERNECHT. Jun^ l», t(i17 i v - ^-'3 ' BUFFALO WHirE LEAD.—An.invoiced 1118 superior article just received. Also, Pittsb ugh Lead, (Fahnestock & Co's make,) dry and in oil, always on band and warranted. . June Id. J. H. BURTON & Co. * L* (Jue.-tts i'VcHli Teas, jusi received aiiJ lor •¦ v? sale by the chest or less quamilv, bv _JupUl6. ¦ W. F. R1NDERNX=:CHT. Kfi f\ GAL. MOLASSES, jujn received and tJVJVJ for Bale cheap as ihe cm apesl, one door norlhutthe Big Window, by | , JunalC W . F-RIND^RNf...

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847

nsmsssjssssssssjgsssssnssfn ¦¦¦^kw^^^H^i^ rl^E^H^Hr^K^skai puffaavHll A roodici. e wlncip i. (Jorfccily «afo, uuu may ho giren tu children, frdui irtuder luiaucyjio odvuueed aye, ld>»uuder uu ru»iruiut us to cottl water, or any kind of loud. Purges mildly, .uljduiujf lover 1 —dosiioys aud expels wuiuu wjiii iuvanab)esuccess-~aud u euaily udmiul.lcnd lo chllUren. - | 't'bm it'pjssusses tuos Valuatilo properties, la fearlessly ussc-rtaU'-still claiujuif; lllu additioiiallailvuiltagei* ofbeU ing k<>cu •>• snidil bulk, aud - requiring unna of llitf tlmncuiug which Wurul I'cj uud other I sunposed Vermifuges dt:miud. uuriuy ua brilliant carcei, it bus been introduceJinlo nuuy I'utniliegwhero tjvory oth':r kno^n ¦ud accecniblu Vurulil' iXgfl lias beeu mud without tho Irasi suckers»hero it has promptly c.xucllod Woruif to uuul mo>l lucreduliU umouul. As evidence ol the surprising euecli of Dr. M'I,t>oV» Wurin tfpecilic, we givu tbo follou mg...

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