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Id=215 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 28 August 1847

.. ... AGAINTliSRE Wli GOMEj - •? WITH tho bc.«t and ehearieiit Si^k 'of'laBh-,i6haul<SL|AUIE9".DRESS GOODS ever offered in this market, eoasialin^' in part 50 patterns Ore.--) SilKs ' ofu1lcoln»,VmbrrK;in<! Colored and" Ptald'd' nd'SHrped.Poitli.do ' sol. , irodeUhlne, i V. ' ¦ ' i, (s ( !- . - . ' • " -)• • -- , ' • -, Qf, ¦> do" SwUa;. ¦; ¦ " ii .-.' ¦' ••: • .. " ¦¦ ' .,¦ . SX,,isof,all colvrs,: J v' *• ' , ' SflAWLS,of#U kiod^i siicVas Silk,. Cr»pe, BarrtjijeJ Thibet, jMouS do Lain, Broclm,4-d., - Lawns, Biilr.arlnes and Uaragcs, !. ,, >, -J r. s fllOTCs, ond Miua of all kiuda-SilUj Kid, LiBle, CoUQii£.tw. -. •..'. ¦ '„ ¦. i-..,.:-.; ;..:• vcjj. :, . . Ct,O"VHSi.0.as»'mercs,5'weeds, KentucHyi leans :.nnd Sutirtetts. h- - '1 . I* - .''A ^' " "•"In-thortrcnB'omep^e^Trflij'd^SV ' qiyihtn ' g'ln the Dry Goods,ImC'U^iiUyilllquiicdJfbr; ' in the mar-, ket.,,. ->V ^,lqrbe»r. tp)roentioj> pricc'f. Soff ce to s«y,f|idi(?s,.irejCfio^ll you « li...

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Id=183 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 28 August 1847

M.iv29. 1817 F1KE INSUUANCE : , FARMERS AND MECHANICS' INSURANCE COMPANY, OF BaOKLYN,JJ.-Vi. FOR persons desirous ol Insurina in the above company,-ihir subscriber will'receive and forward tlio necessary surveys of ; ptoperty<!and procure for thcmfrce ' of postage eucfi policies tt« may be desired. ¦ . ' . „ _ , , % The nbovneomparty is entirely r«*porisible,.and insures tipbrAter/ liberal and advantageous tctm* Any inforin ' at&ri that may bo desired in relation to said company chn bo |iad by ' callin» ' upon the subscriber ai the olfice of Graham & Thompson. ..... . . - ~ CARSON (iltilHAM, ' Krie.JnnR 13 18-17- ' ' . ", " ';' . '' ': "/'^4| NKVV GOODS BY RAILROAD, f HAVE just received tills morning a oeVsup Jr^ »yiof^tii1rra^Ttt t ttl. er)«WfISI«mril*«8*'*iDt of priptt, -tc/wbich wilLbe . fcld cheop, fotiC«sh by. , C.M.T1BBALS; May lj 1817- , ',' ¦ -. , ' <>-. " ., 50" d d t d!, ' » e Itl

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Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 28 August 1847

«, . 'WESTERN HOTEL, - 1* JOH N GRAHAM, Proprietor. The ,1 «l gubscfiber xvould re*peclfu!ly inform £ hit friends and tlie truvelina public ijenytbathehas leased for a term of years this now, «n<J tommodiom Houjp , fjiumle ' a' at the Eighth Sfteet Canal Basin. This location rcnderttho «? 1SVESTERN » preeminently (he most coriYehientf and defirable stopping place f,n || «i^«^p!ns IjiiBtnessor. iravelina.on .the Canal. Tbere it, Uso, attached to this establishment a large and coovenleni Stable for the uao of; Boat-«60 aod*(h«fs having hor»e*. " * pains or expense has 6e*n spared in jfiulng up Uiii house for the convenience. , cimfoit and pleMUrti of «ueats, and il10 Proprietor trusts by sUlctstteMlontobnsinejs to raorii ' and receive a snire of public patron a t. Eric, Arjriloj, ISir. \j 9 • '' . ' I 'I... i .

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Id=220 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 28 August 1847

;— r ^-5.: NpitQEJj .., 'I ALL persan who kho » « '•: | debieiltoBrewster, Brown, v^Co., Md*" rey-BndBrowo, or Meharemand BiWst^eiSP. at the Store or tyoolhjn- P«5iorvr«te7n« e Pi,'! f quested to. pay.tUcWndj ib tcdnm l)y tbc P™ «. July next;lor«lherwlsb'«rpectto.ha, Ve cost* *^, eS. \Vool; ^ ' aJfn " 0fWi;< tscriptioas, Butler »» cheese, will Wr*isaived i ft paymontbf de&W "V* ifdoltvcreti at the. Erjc Woolen Factory- s K Erie, Juno 26, 1317. ¦ ' ,

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Id=216 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 28 August 1847

,. _ fST lTrsBURaH RockinghamWare.-%,rV. bcai^^ £Slifut»ttlol»,and food «#*orlment ju ' atw:ccivcrl mod:f3r tale by ¦ ' m • "«¦« K'-'* -' *"»"> ^ •*¦' ¦ -' ' I B.TOML1NSOKVJ-CO. Aujust I, 1816. , ,11

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Id=184 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 28 August 1847

HIR rS— Hair,ar«.», and Mars«|e»rS^ir| just received at Nn. 4, CheapsidcC -\i • >- ft ... I. ' . ; -MORTON & Cp. !rif, May 2» 1817. ;. '

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

Wanted to sec Ae Animal Tbe publisl ers of a well kntt\v(i periodldi:): | in town, have placed,in front.of ilheir, offio',; \n Tremont st reet a vpry extensivb aign boat i- -" upon «vhic|ii i emblazoned the words--, ; "WtTBBL^jiiVIStd.AtiK" ' A green ho n, frtsh caught—who( came ta the city to look at {he "gtoriouWViiljll" . - chanced to be passing towiird* the Gomtiio n when hia attei ition was arrested by ihe aboi e cabalisticsyl able*. ^U pohoiiesldeirfBrocmi' . field otreel ho saw tide big eign, upon tl e other the wor 1 "Museum." fWal," sai 1 he to himself, "I 've fioari» tefl o ( tn^mmuBeiitns, but a '/iW age, 1 bjgjdl little must be One o ' |llicra aroxurioiilies jv e read abaut 1 " He stepped quietly across the strjeet, a» i wiping his fade, approached one of the win- . dows, in whi :h were displayed several Ipo o j copies ot the work. He read upon the co¦• - | er*. "Litt ' ell'ii LUlng Age," and uporracaiJ , | "Popular Mai ra ' zine—only one of its fkiad ; a - \ the...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

TD3 LOTTERY TICKET BV T. S. AltTHOR. Two young storekeepers, whose capital in trade-was rather small, and who daily saw excellent opportunities for making money paei unimproved for want of the means to embrace them, sat conversing ab. out their future prospects. Their names were Felix Granger and Ellis Day". "If! could only raise five or six thousand dollars somewhere;" remarked tha.former..' _ 'I coulil double it in two years." 1 "So could I, easily," . returned Day- "But that amount of money is not to ' be picked up, readily. One thing, I did making a good livin^ and slowly improving, my condi tion, and I suppose I ought to be ' contented. ,In the end, if all g oes on as it has begun, I shall accumulate, I hope, enough to live upon." ''It 's too slow work for me. <I feel like a man trying to run. with'cluga on hia feet.— The* fact is, I mtist have more capital from somewhere. I'll tell you what I've more than half made up my mind to do." "Whai!" ' : ' "Buy a ticket ...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

t' apt. Taggart's Dying Words BT IBIMA [U\ the account of the battle of.Bucnna Viata, it is said that the last man killed in the Amertean lines wasCapt. Taggart, of Brown Co. In. When struck down by. ' a shot from the Mexican battery, and knowing himself to be dying, he exclaimed, whilstextending his aword to a comrade: "HBaK, take it: I caf VSI! IT NO MORE. BUT TB1*L TUB BOYS TO FIGHT ON—OUR. CAUSB IS JMTj"] "' Hero tnka.mv rword, dent comrade, , For I am by ing now; But yet I fed Dot Deal)*' * item band Upon' my pallid lirow, ¦ . 1 cum nut, though my heart's rich blood 1 ' la olibmp fust and free, y. If f but boar my comradci about—1 Ou! on 10 v:p'ury!" My 1 word, my cood olJ keen-edged blade la re I frith frcmau's blood; From roany a gory wave bus dran^r, Wiih hniior for iti food\ Oh! bc:ir H on, lo battle sfill, Wboro justice bl<Ii i£ Tall; Tho anu tM / i wioldud it grown cfailj— ' My sword! oh, now farewell! IIoucc! yfl audit have worfe to do, Sword, friends, n...

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

I. ROSENZWEIG & Co. - Opalcr. " in Foreign and Pomestii: Dry Goods Kcjdy .Made Clothiri", Boos mi'l " Shoe*, >Ve He, No. I, Fleinmin!; Blofck, Stale Sin:ei Ktie. Pa. 'T | GALBRAITIIS & LANE, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law—Office on Six(li street, west side of the Public t-quare,, Erif ¦ P". | ., ¦ ' i.-RAlibRAlTII. JV. A. CALBnAITII. W. S. I.AXK > , ~ * ~ i G, ' . LOOMIS Si^CO. T)ealcrs in Watches, Jewelry, Silver, German Si! ver, Plated and Br ' utannia Ware, Cutlery, Military and F.incy Goods, No. 7 Reed House, Erie Pa. , | - 2 WILLIAMS fc WRIGHTi Wholesale and lletail Dealers in Dry Goods, Gro ueriea. Hardware, Crockery, Glassware, Iron, Nails, Leather] Oils, etc. etc. unrncr of Stale street and the P,ublic Squa, opposite the Eagle Tavern, Krie. Pa. WILLIAM RIBLET. . Cabinet MnkerJ Uphblsier and Undertaker. "Stale Strre!, Krie Pa » * r S. DICKINSON, AL D. Physician anil Sijreeon, oliice onSiUcnth Street, ncmofilie Mefhrnlist Church.' Erie . P...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

• • LYTLE& HAMILTON. rashionablc Merchant Tailors, on the Public square, afcn-yonrs west gf State street, Erie " , ' JOEL JOHNSON. " Healer \n T|icoloj»ie.»l, Mit-tolLineous, Sunday . and Classial School Book; S 'ta:ionary, etc. etc. ' N»^ll /fML-ncliSnrfti . _ Ijrie. Pa. ¦ -, P.rA.7R; " BRACE, Attorney and Counsellor at law, Prairie du Chicn, .}/'T. practices in thecoiinties of Crawford, "fanrand Iqwa, W. T.aud-in Clayton t'ouuty, iJowa^Tcrrhory. ,_ _ ^ WA -^ < l ' ' Dl ^ oxchanccforGoods . -Wool,But-» » tcr; Cheese, and all kinds of Coiinrrv .Produ «- .. ¦ H. CAD WELL. June C, IS1G. • ' » ,3 HAHp\VAR(iT-Shelf Hardware and House 1 " minings can always bo had *cry cheap at the cheap store of s. JACK-*ON &¦ co. '• November 21, 1946. , 27 pASH FOR TIMOTHY SEED.-Tha Mil, y-J scr.bcrs will pay cash for »oo<l clean Timo y "" e A^_ B.TOMLlN9ONkCO. M»QUFFEES' series of School Books, | ~ 2 * , 4 and 5. for salo at No. Ill, French St ' . Erie, M»y 6, lB47....

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

To Protbct Gn\rrr from'Rats.—An individual of much practical experience, atates that green elder deposited in and about the mows of hay and grain, «|ill prove an effectual preventative against Uio depredations of mice and rats. Theseaniirialsaro frequently very destructive in their ravages; and if a remedy so simple and easy of attainment is efficacious, it deserves to be known and remembered by all. We have long known that the leaves of the common mullen will drive rats from, their haunts. There is someihing in the odor of this plant that is d sgusling to their ralsliip, as was the leak to the nncionl Pistol; they cannot "abide it." . ,| I Brttino.—'tfhe Cincinnati Ne'va ' tslls an I i 1 [ 1 I 1 I anecdote of Dan Alarble,' whieh«'<:t|riousl y illustrates the initfne pass on fpr |)( tfi ' nj: whjoh is evinced by pjrsbnijof f ecuiinrconaiitutifan. A mun who had lived a lifetime in the imhiU gence of his favorita passion for gambling, was taken most alarmingly ill; Three or...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

Good Ratsda:<e.—"Doctor, that ere rot sbane of yourn is first rate," ; said a Yankee, to a village apothecary. "I know'd it! I know'd it!" naid the pleased vender of drugs. "Don't keep nothing but first rate doctor's stuff." ,'*And doctor," said the joker, coilly, "I want to buy. another pound of ye." "Another pound?" ' . r "Yes, sir; I gin that pound I bought the other day to a pesky mouse, and it made him dreadful sick, and I am pretty sure another pound wouid kill him."—Spirit of the ^iinet. The race of mankind would perish did they cease to aid each other. From the child's head till tbe moment that somo kind assistant wipesUie di'aih-damp from the brow of tbe dying, wo cannot exist without mutual help. All, therefore, who need aid, hate aright, to ask it from their fellow mortals: no one who holds the power of granting can refuse without guilt.'—Sir H'alter ' Scott. I .

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

JOIirj H. MILLAR, - County nnu Burough Surveyor; olHcc in E ' xchunae Biiililin»». French 91, Eric. jnus n. john.son, * ATTORNEY AT LAW, Has removed Ins (Hike to the Public Bliildin;; iicar the Court House, up stair*, in the room qicunicd by the Sheriff and diix T c:I\ iover llie Goriiini^sittin'rV Otlice. • Promptaitrntinti will be given uj ;ill ; bii3incus entrusted to !¦¦- c.irc. 53 C~ E, IV. lii;i,BRUT dfc CO. • ft BUFFALO, N. .Y. STORAGE, FORWARDING AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, A NO Ueulars in Lchiuh and lirie ^onl , Salt J\ and lV'duce generally. Particular attention puid lo the sale of Pioifuce and purchase ol Merchandize. ¦ | .\"o. 3-fi 4 Coburn Square, South Wharf. K. S. IIULBKRT, U. SRIGGS. BuflVln, N. Y.. , ' 49 i. , BENJAMIN GRANT, - ' Auornby and Coiinscllur at Law ; Olfice No. 2 * Slate ^t.j opposite the Kai.'le Hotel, F.rie. Pa. " Gr ' aIIAM U THOMPSON, Attorneys & Counsellors at Law, OlV.ce oil French ftrcet, over S Jackson <$' Co'i. Store, ...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

^ I.NUu.N EtoquES .CR,—The red men »f the forest sometimes criticise the conduct, sentiments and belief of the whites in a bold and searching manner. Tbe ingenious, aod cutting reply of . Red Jacket to the request to adopt the religion of the whites, must be generally remembered. Not lea ' s bold and striking was a remark of John Mitten, one of the Seneca Indians, nt a recent council of that nation. The subject of removing those Indians beyond the Mississippi being under consideration, he said that he wished to remain near the graves of Ins u red fathers till the Great Spirit called himjjome; that he had no confidence in his whiteiathers; why should he have? His white fathers had murdered their Savour, and what kind of treatmeut could a poor Indian expect from men tvho had failed the Son of God!

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

O»e of tub Wills.—An eccentric gentle--man in Philadelphia, lately deceased, left'behind him a curious will, from which llie following is said to be an extract; "Whereas, my daughter refused ¦ me _ a night's lodging in her house when I had no place of abode, I therefore leave her one cent, and to her hen-pecked husband, half a cent, as a man who allows his wife to insult her father in-6is ' presence, is no man. To my other children I recoaimead a perusal of tbe Fifth Commandment. To my mother-in-law I bequealbyiix finite, provided she buys therewith a halter to hang herself/ for having swindled the Elect out of a gold watch she wears, under, a pretence of benevolence and Christian condaeland behavior." ¦

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

PUBLISHED EVERYSATURDAY BY A. P. PURLIN & B. F. SLOAN, STATE STHBET, ERIE, P*.. ^ : t;er ' ms. I One copy, ono year, in advance. ,! SI SO Olherwise.iwo dollars a year "ill invariably Jib dialed. These terras will be strictly adhered to in tilt cases. ' ' Advertisements ipsorlcd nt 50 cents per gqnan or the first insertion, and i5 cents for eacUfahsequent insertion. ! ' Job Printim', of all varieties, ouch as Books Pamphlets, Hai](Il)illg ,Show Bills, Cards . Steamboat Bi'/Is, Clunks for Notes, Receipts. &c. e.tettileJiii llie liesl style and ou slioilnoliue.

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

Fokjit DBFiBiTto.iB.--JVo* fur from earrt^t.; Pnrotol—a protection against ther sun, used by ladies made of cotton and whalebone. Strap*? **»"' eI« wbrn ""f^'f lhe t?i01 " by gentlemen made of calf-skin, y ( , jr. : Ki»«#^-light frames covered n ,(th paper] airf sent Into the. itr by boy* ' witH^Utf! ] attMt sUP tolhen^Vr, &*? ' ' ''"{ ^UXTi 1 . i : j , I if I > i hi . .1 !". !• i .l I " 'I'! II . ' I • I ; I;

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

just as good as a dead man now. You can't live more than an hour." . "An hour! I'll just tell you what it i«, I'll bet ' you an X that I'll live an hour an a quarter —-tip with your tin, and show your spunk. *' Some three-quarters of an hour elapsed, when the dying man, with a convulsive effort, raised his head, and with his lost grasp, fulling dead upon his pillow, exclaimed: "Rake it doien.'-r-Rake it down, Doctor."

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