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Id=196 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847
NO.NE CAN BR l.TKE THEM; ' " •' : DR. HERRICK'S " Standard Family Medicines" TH« FAVORITEREMEDY OP T » . »AY.-Tlie hicli eueommin. of pr.i,,' , * wllere licsto" cil upou Ihef! <lc-cr»c(ll y popu'ar m»j ' l;y ritjitcin /jfjnlie biaiieu »c*peciibili(y, md t,, ^2" .ofllio lurdical prlifcthicio ^in every faction orih.l-Stiiea •iiilllritl5lilpo».«Mioin,ciulilM thru, lnX l ""i "C.lkr Conqueror, of t)i»^a ' »c. A nwi of Am,,.,,*"' Canaljaa trslimnny Is in (lie Dnelnr' n pocis.tbn ? ** p^rionucl by lUtsa prcrmiacnl remctliu after ihr V '?"' cd lro.itnicnt cifllic mr.lical f icu ' lty, «„,) , tlr n ° , """''¦• rcmcilirsnrtlm flavllad tic<,h Iripd in vain I^pnU, 1)11. IIERUICK'S VEGETABLE SUGAR ft j COATED PILLS.' " Mny^ puseil wiih mnrlcc* snecc ' -s in i-very tli.,a, quiring a ccntlo a«>tl pw-ltivo putfalni*. " . 'Fb^v/ ^'* wltli »«(i.iii f lnni' quiclllic!i< pains anj di*zi,,|. u V f * t " hi-od, painx nnd woalinon uf Hit bro >,|, »i,ic, ,-j] J. *' al...
Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847
I r' .VI BOSSED Table nnd Piano Forte Cover* , Hj Enslish and American, fur sain at the "New Slore" No. 6, Chcapsidc. MORTON Sf Co. Erie, May 33, 1847, I C ALIFORNIA PLAID,.for Boy's coals and paitalunn^, a liulellio nicest out, at. tho "New Store. " 1 No. 4, Cheapsido,' • 1! MORTQN&Ci. Rric, May 23. ' 1817. .-, , 1 LKliJHlSSi—A lot «f prime Swedish Ltechea, in good condition, just received by i June " 12. . J. H. BURTON & ffol WISES'S AltUAiSJUM—SaiiJ 10 ba belter than any preparation of Sarauparilla an /a Spring Purifier and general rorreclant for sale by -une 12. ,: J. H. BURTON » Co. Agenuf TROnTnO^TEEL.—«0 tons of Swedes, En-1 <;lish and American Iroh.^oKClher' with all sizes of Surini Steel, tliixday arrived at tha corner of " • WILLIAMS &. • WRIGHT. \ Juncl2. . ' ' ' . • '.4 T7WUE: EXTENSIQN.'— A. lar<jo consignment " '. oflNDrA» Ciiolaoooub, for^.curoor t'ever and Afjiie, Bilions Fever, i etc, etc., and will be told to drtissiKt^and ...
Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847
. N0 4 jtli,-4QAINST.ir«RWORLD! NO, EXCUSE EOjl IGWOBANCE Wpyy - ' : ' ' ' - ' ¦ joBt JOSINSONr ?.¦: ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦! " tEaW^'-* fl *'9 rec|l?. rfrroir(Ncv, -'Yorfc SSSftjBaBBiH oneW and elegant supply dfbbok y embracing- Tbeolpiicai; Mf«fcellaviedtlsi ;8un ' dv ami Cra 'B-ical School Books . Statldhafyr&cJ&c. which will bb sold cht ' tiper Ib'rc^'lhan ?ver before oTcred in this ruatket. 'Amcthg"lii» stock may be founds '' •' • ¦ • , ''¦¦ . ' - ¦ * ?>• ,] 'i' Anilio ' n's claisjcitl'DitV.'SS, RobfhSfin^iGreeli and English Diclioniry ' , *5: Webster'a Pialori ary;«3 50.' ¦ - ¦;. ¦' . •' . ' " \v-Anthon' * Virgil, 81, Aotnon's Horace , $1 T5 do Horncr. 1 50, • ' do Cicero;' " 1?5 Ambon's Jacobs'Gfick RehdeV .^i; ' •;, -' .do ' do'- do • ; Lessons , ' J, - • -"; do ' • do Latch'"' do ; 1, ' ' do" do a ? Prossiody, 1, ¦ . do ' ; do Sallilst, l( - ¦¦ ' Davie's Mothcmailcs, Including Alsrebra, Le-2cmler,.Ana!ytacal Geometry, Survcyins, * &«; •' Uavic'a arithm...
Id=189 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847
BTAM-Q.VS iXTERNAI i REMEIW.CAl.LED * now.univcriaHy achupwlcdf «<* to be (ho INPALMDLE it^MEUV for UhciimatlsmV ^p inat AflecVioua, CuntracliuhftnTilto M'lflctcB . rfor6 throat ind Quinsy f,Back Old UlcorR* 11'iins in iho Uark and Cn»lA?no in the Brcait aua.Fu^e, Toutli Achq, S[»ruiiif ¦ Hriii»e«, Hall fthcuin; Burn*, Croup. Pro^trd Fn^i, unit oil NvrTotls Debates. 1 U'he TUIp^rHANT HIJCCKSS WlifchW attomlcft Iho Ap^rtcattoR'of :hi* iiifta VVuNDKnFiH* MEDICINE iri curing lhc\moat severe cww of tin) <linorrni Disejirs •bovc nnmrJ—o»'-i tbc llldti K^OOlflL'Mrf llinl^ hara i;tsn l)cttovfci\ upon it, wljerevcr it I'ms bqfii inuotlucol, brye* mctherifr it tocnllmi llie APnCTED to rr«nrt^r? once to the ONLY REMEDY THAT CAN BE lUXliU) O^.i 'r ¦:¦ ¦ \ ' ' £5r»Tbe following curtifirtto of n *ca)da<l child it 4 mif-Hut bo Scicut ^uaraoico tiftbacyuflJcoce muy placpJ ia. Hunt 1 ! liiuinicut: a \ v Columhtiivtl)e t Columbia Co. Nov. 10 tlP45. / 1A*. O. Ertftaritonr...
Id=190 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847
\V. C. U II. P. HULBERT Have just received'their full Stock of SPRING AN If SUMM ' ER GOODS, AND would respectfully jnviic the aitcniioujnl pnrclia«cis In ihcir bennlifnl assortirjcnlol FUKNCH, INDIA, ITALIAN, GERMAN', ENGLISH and AMEHICJAN GOODS, comprisina nn asuorliuent of the newest ond most lash ionablu sixles in tho market. Tho greatest in' duccments will bo offered for the following rea^ sons, viz: ' ' I FIRST.' | Cnstomcra can al»n\a find at our store the latest and most desirable styles of goods. SECOND. ¦ They intend strictly to adhere t'i the principle or felling nt tho [i JfLOWEST AlAUKET PRiClitS,^CU ] i THIRD.. I ; Tliey arc lakinc moat all kinds of produce, for which ;lhcy pay Ilio (biirhest market^value. Tlic . followins aie amomr the most desirable s'.ylc? of Goods offered, viz: i' ' .vrjilicli Paris Printed Lnwn*>, Barnes, Lin-«n Lustres, a new and brain iful article for ilr&srs; California plaids, French, Lioiftisli and A merican Man? do Lainr...
Id=191 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847
PEOPLES' LINE. I ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1847.—FARE T> I."*r\TTC*TM~\ \ . REDUCEDi . ; ' Cabin Faro 8S, Slcerafro 83, lo .iny port mi Like' Altclng.in, from the I'ljicmofr ufiuivlgatiuii to f?ej>t. 1. Tho Hlenmrr, A. 11. PATC1I1NCipl. If. Whitakcr, will <un during iho »catun ai follunt: LEAVES BUFFAlO.> , I.EAVFS CU1CAO0. - W>i!npstlay, .July 21 WolncMl.ty,' July 2S Thursday, Aur 5 Thursday " A«S \'i Friday, •• SJ Fridny •' 27 Saturday, ' Sept 4 Sulurday ! Sept II Monday ' -20 Mnuchiy ¦ • " S7 Tucedav, O.I 5 Tiicd.iy Oil IS Woilnr«d»y., " 20 Wedjioday " Yi TliurMlay, , K6» 4 Thursday J<ov II lav, il Fililay, ' 19 ' . , of ^ , The A. D. ratdiiu U oriho lurprsl cl-i^s Strainer*, built niiii a £ohd tiintior't>ui . iotq. l^^lIc}|R^ tfiick. - thex tlie |ilan of the, ^llaiiuc frigate*, which prereitla the li.ilulity of binktngby utriking rocb». Sho it in Itko propnrtion ^lrnn^ly l>ullt tlirou},'li"u>; no pains or cxpetiae'hBV-\...
Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847
PAINTINGSEfjIGftAjUNGS, &c. riAia^it (Si BltOTHER, arS^cceiptofa vy 4»«iiitlful colloutionlof Paintings anO Enaravjn^», plain and coloreil[ in oil ano water. Persons ort.>s:c cannot failiof being pluased with t'.ie selection. It comprtacsl views of some of l!|e most romnnlic and picmre3r|iio places in Europe and this country. AmonKthenvarolwoOil Paintings 3 byi3 1-2 I ' cet in rich gilt frames—theonoa view ol'i'rnV aiul the Ilud^ou from Mt. Idn, the other Wt.sliinatoii*» Heud Gltlartcra, near Newburg, on ithcNonh lliverj iilso. Vio-.v.i of St. Cloivl La '.c ol"/.urich and sijrrotiniiinsr country, Lal;e Of Zeus and Si rroumling countrv, ¦ A ircncral View of Brussels, • A Moonlight Viont, 0 beautiful piece, Forest and Winlcr Scenes, ¦Hu nting scenes, &c, also, a very fine and Correct likeness nfClueen Gticlory, cnjravetl on steel from Snljy'a paintin-r..also "f , Her two elder children, Allijje apd Albert,, in hantlfoinfi "ill frames; a byautifuC ^ ..-Mi'7.7...
Id=195 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847
11 AGAIN HERE WE COME, TTTaiJH the best nnd cheapest Stcrqk 'of fash-VV ionublo LA DIES' DRESS GOtldS ever olfercd in this market, consisting in part i ^ 50 patterns Dress Silks of alltolors, embracing Colored nnd Plaid and Slirpqd Poult do Soi, Gro do Rhine, - * . ¦ Gro de Swiss, ' i Satins uf all colors, SHAWLS of all kinds, ' such ns Silk, Crape, ' Barrage, Thibet, Motts do Lain, Brocha, 4-c, . Lawns, Balzjrines and Baragcs, . Gloves and Mills of all kinds—Silk, Kid, Lisle, Cotton, &c. , I [ CLOTHS, Cassln: eres, Tweeds, Kentucky Jeana In short; cusiornergcin find everything in the Dry Goods line ^. siiftljf inqutnH) for, lq lb« market. VVeforbpat> tQintnlipniiprjces.. ^u/Iicc te sdyi'ladies, ' jve c^ii sell you ' d handsome'-Frcnqh LowndrCBg frbm'lSs J W 1O». ihat " wilt-'Vie with any iri Broadway! ( Ploaso call an4-seo' for your-•dypf. * Farther r^TOrticulara hefeTiftcr, 2 Don't forget tVe ' plar t; at ! , |CAD\VDLL'S. ^pcjH9,:|817 < T P:\.a . [- .. ...
Id=194 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847
NEW ESTABLISHMENT. AUCTION & COMMISSION STORE. , = THll lufldersi^ncd be^ leave to .^nform their friPlNls and the pnbljc scncrally, th.it they haveconunfiiccdllio above business at the q1d 7tand of JoTVn Grah ' am, on.State street, two doors dorth of the Es^f8 Hotel, uliere they are rcudy to receivn and dispose of all kinds of Goods that may be consigned 1 to them, either t\y J'uliiiu Auction or Private Sale. They hope llraf/vy strict aitcntion to nil husjnfss entrusted terthem, to gain a share of tlic public patronage They)will also keep on handa choice ttock of read y made clothing, suitable to the seasons, which they will sell cheap as tho cheapest. ¦ x , GRAHAM*THORNTON. ErieyApril 3, IS 17. j 46 WANTED! — TN cxctian-re for Gfnods, any quantity of Good HEMLOCK FENCE BOARDS, 6,8,>10,ahd 12 inches wido, Hand 16 feet long. HEMLOCK JO1CE, 1 1-2 b,y 19, and2 1-2by 12; 15, IC, 18 and 20 feel Ion". 1 : HEMLOCK STUDDING, 2 by 5 atU 3 by A; 1Q, 14 and IC fed Ion?, for ...
Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847
CARPET BAGS&Satelub. Amoni; which we have some of the Wilton anil Vcncliun that are superior to any in in.irknt, selling very cheap at ¦; • MliTCALK',.. \lny29. 18)7. ' . _. ' ' PAIIAHOLS. -. A LARGRn.«sortnient, oil s ylnsand qualities offorod as near mannluctiirers prices nn is consistent with u htnslt conmiii!i)ion lo-oursplvc^, at . WETCALF'S. Miy 29,18J>; ^" New Goods! Xcw Goods!! THE subscriber ia now ' receiving his spring stock of Fancy Dry Good. ' , Groceries, Hardware, Crockery,. Iron; ' Nails &c, which »\ ill bo sold at reduced prices l»r rca;ly pay. My ol-l tubstantinl (rienda and ilio ptiMic sencrully are rcquejtcd to call and examine «oodii and prices, they certainly will not iro a nay liiflcatisficd gc 1 will not be tlii'lcr sold Uy anv *i'6l of Now Yor!;, for ready pay. SMltli JACKSO-N. • M»yC . l«i7; • >I_ 11SN I'S, 1 rf ' horn . Mats, a good assortment f may bofound . ut April 26. WilLLTAMSA WRIGHT'S.
Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847
If \A M. * Light id brholdih ATi THE , BRICK CORNER OPPOSITE THE EAGLE HOTEL. rpms DAV'OPENKD. direct (from the Eas-X tern cities and Manufactories, «. large and »till selected slock of ' . '. . , . Coni|>risin» a great ; «Uiety * bl Dress and Fancy Good.-; Shawls wiihouimnnber; Men'*ond boy's summer wear: Linen, and any quantity of Domestics; (o he Bold .cheaper t/ian fftfj witlian osten" groceries and shelf hardware. All of which will lie sold ' as cbeapa* tho cheapest by . , WILLIAMS & WRIGHT. Krio. Mav 15. 1847: . , ' r ¦ Si •I
Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847
Now Woollen Factory AT NOlrtll KAST. DUNCAN , JEWliTT &0'». have just com, mcniciiliusiiicxs ol ' m-inulnciurin^ Woollen Goods, dress-in- Cloth, circling Wool, Hj'C. Their macliincry is ci)'ir(-ly new and of cn«lern nianufac;ure, Bud rnibmcos llie Ultsi iinprovcmonn.— The busineps will bj^conductcd by AJr. Jcw«;t, tyho haB had 20 .years' ex^t-ri citcc in , it. uotSi in tHIs country and in England. .They will nianiila ' clurc on shap ' 8 , giving one yurd of y loih lor two and a quarter lbs. of wooljjor lor ready p*y in each 6r country prodoce, ariil on asi rca«onal)|c Icons as any oilier cslubli.-hmcnt in ilio county. Their nianufailory is locale I about one rnile-norlli <tflbe village, ' Al.EX. DUNCAN. , JOSHUA JBWETT. . j_^ ISAAC B. STEVENS/ .Norih EyqJn^ 12, 1817. 3m t «ailPBTING. - ~ \TX7E oflcr a fow piccxS ALL WOOL Carpets, V\ verybheap at Mayas. IS 17. METCALF'S;
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847
WESTBKN HOTEL, JAM. -JOHN GRAHAM, Proprietor. The ¦i!) U suhicriber would respectfully inform HBJUl¦ his frle.ida and the traveling public generally, that he has leased for a term of years this new-anil " commodious Houae, "i'.uate ' rj at' tlie Eighth ' Street Canal Ba«ln.. This location renders tho " WESTERN " pro-cmincnlly the ,mp»t " conveDrcnt »nd dofirable stopping place for all cither do^ns b>i»iric«j Qr uaveliny on iho Canal. There 'ii,also,attached' to this etlabtishmenta lnrg« auicoaveoient.-Sti<bl«-for-lh9 us»-of-Bomt> luenand othirs haring hor^s. ,'J" 'No pains or expense hnsbcen spared In fl ' Ainir upihit- . tionis for tho convenience. " i!6rftforJ ' J arid ple««ureof guests, and ths 'Proprietor, thl»t«[by miictiitentionto business to merit nnd receive a almre of public palrmin^. Erie, ApriUl, 1817.. 43
Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 21 August 1847
LAUlliS tanfind at the earner store, a nice as'eorlineia of .Gloves, Mills, Hoiocry, S-c. tVc. Hdkft., Puncy Fan3, Combs, S'.oel P ueii f,ans\ , Purecer, Purav twist and tiinimiii^s, embroidery malcriulj . fiicli as French Fluf», *« oreted, ' Cliinei! ord, &c. &c, nil very.cheap, by i 4liv 29.-Ifil7. , MGTCAI.F 1 .
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 28 August 1847
Romance of American Histon . Under the title of Romance of Louisiana History, the Now Orleans Commercial Review of the South and WeatjSjpublisheB an exceedingly interesting articlo/thasubstance of an address delivered by the Hon. C. Gayarrie, before the People's Lyceum at New Orleans, in April last. It is History clothed in Poetry, and is sparkling with graphic descriptions bf early ' events in Florida, and along the chain of Waters from the Gulf of Mexico through the inland rivers and sens to the gulf of tile St. Lawrence. Tho first discoverers and udventqrers who penetrated the vast and wild interior stand out personally bofore us and the incidents of peril and progress, from tlieir extraordinary and varied nature, poseese3 absorbing enterest. The writer has opened" u mine of rare historical richness, and we know our readers will thank us for the liberal, selection of ijenis which follow: Three centuries have liarJly elapsed" since that immense territory, which extends T...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 28 August 1847
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BYJl.P. DURLIN& B. F. SLOAN, STATE STREET, KIUK, Pa. TERMS. : One copy, one yearin advance,' §1 50 Otherwise, iWo dollars a year will invariably be charged. Tlieso terms will bo slriptly adhered to in aScases. ! ' "^ . ' "j- ¦ Advertisements inserted at 50 cents pit squaiV or the first irmsriron, and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. ' Job Printing, of all varieties, such as Books Pamphlets, Handbills,Show Bills, Ourds,Steatn-.boat Bills, Blanks for Notes, Receipts. &c. executed in thr beat style and on short notice. • T. VV. MOORE, i ; Dealer in Groceries, Provisions,- Candies, Fruit y » &.c. No. I, Perry Blocty,. Slut© mreot, lirie, Pa] MARSHALL feYbcKWOOD, Attorneys ni Law. O/fito tifrs(;iiri»»ii lha T»m I mariy ' li*llbuilding l norihof'lhel f i:oihonotiir\'s Office. f ,0 ~ " SMITH JACKSON/ * Dealer io Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, ' Queens Ware, Lifne, Iron, Nails &c. No. 121, Chcapsiile, Erie, Pa. | | j __.__...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 28 August 1847
V. M.'TIBBALS, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, tyc. No. Ill, ' Cheapside, Eric Pa. / ^~ | XJOODWIN cTyiN'CENT. Dcalirs in Dry .Goods, Groceries, kc, No. 1, _ Bonncll Blocl, State st.,KritS, Pa ¦ _ CARTER 8c BROTHER. ^""^ ' Dealers ,in Dru^s, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye, Huffs , Glassf&c, No. 6 Rccd lldurc, Ki ' ie-_j^ 1 _/ - - - B. TOMLINSON ' & Co. Forwardins and Counnis'ion Merchitnts; |09 French Ktreel, Erie, and at Gtli Strict Canal Bu son, also dea ers in Groceries and Provisions. HENRY CADWELL. Dealct in Hani vare, Qry Good., Groceries, Sic. ' caatlsideoni e Diamond, and one dour cast of the Eagle HAtel, Erie, Pa. - ' " ¦; «agl¥iip?^l7"^T ily UiramL. BWn, corner of Slate street and < thei Publicsq ibre, Erie. Pn. Eastern ^ Wcslern. i _ nn£S-emlhern Stage odicc. ¦ lytle &ThamiltonT " F«»hionablo Merchant Tailors, on the, Puhlic • square , a fe n' doors west of] State ttrcet, Eric, _ " J<SL ~ JOliNSONr~~ " ealcrin Theulo^icnl, ^liscdlar...
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 28 August 1847
A GooDiiliT.—A noted caricaturist hits off the attemui of the vrhigs topile thcir^party duds on "Rough ahd'Ready," as follows:— The old General ia prepared to lead his. colv mns to the attack of a Mexican forcey and t ie whigs have tied their "gocarf' filled with' ( !or" win " 8 speechos to his coal-tail,,and aro I reparing to jump iii (hemijeli'es; hugfcly satisfied, thus far, with their trick. As he starts, Ins cont-tail brings him up with a jerk, whicn nearly throw ' s him oft'his legs, and he discovers in groat rage, tho cnuso. Turning upon them, will) his sworJ he cuts tho rope, and knock* them right und-te&, crying out, "Yoa rascals! you are worse than the Mexicans 1 . ' 1 tlie Boston Atlas, Neiv Y<irk Express, and Albany] FAening Journal, are running away.aa fjst as their legs can carry jhem, an I yelling out to their .comrades, '-Let the old j fooTgt>! he won't work in onr harness!"' It is a decidedj hit, and will make the lithographer' s fortune.—A...
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 28 August 1847
"Tjie >\ jM.Mfi>".'-J-Somc ediior vilio w> ¦«*fves to he whipt for his impudence, is out in a'ntirticlo shawinghow the women "demo the grand syphax" over the men—or, in other _wnrds, what advantages they enjoy that Sre denied to the male bipeds. He says—tliB •sauce-bQX—thatj'a vj'otnin may say what she likes to you without tftc tWk of getting knocked <Ion'ii^fnr1 ' t. She ' can lake a snooze after dinner, while, her husband has to go to worlr. She enn dress herself in neat and tidy shoej to for a> dollar, whichNi^r husband has earn and fork <Wer to her ' . She can take a walk on a pleasant day, w ' itliout the fear of being asked to trcit fit ev£ryfcoffee : hduse she paises. She can paint-her face, if t ' oofpale, or floiir it, if too red. She can stay at home in time of war, enj ' wed again if herTinshajid is 'kilt.' Slip can wear corsets, if too thick, and other fixing, if too thin.*' , .