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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

(C/ ^Tiios. H. Elljhon is a duly authorized agent tu procure subscribers for this paper. ' SILAS WBIOHT IS DEAD! Silas Wrioht, one of tbe brightest stara in the American galaxy of statesmen, is io more! He died at his residence, in Canton, St. Lawrence county, N. Y. on tlie 27th u t. of apoplexy. Ho was born on tbe 24th of May, 1705, being at his death, fifty-two years of age/ ' Suddenly has be'been called f'om among- the great men of' the nation, yet his iia.ne and fame will, live in the momories of the.people while all that is nob'e and^ood shall be revered. His body-is a heap of clay —a mouldering clod—but the work of his towering intellect-rthe impress of his mighty mind on the policy of the country, on the destinies of his adopted. State, will survive him for ages. Uniting i ti one person the pure rttatptjiiian, the far seeing and sound philosopher and eclolar, and tho practical farmer, he exercised an influence in -the political and social circles c f the country, which ...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

A Mexican.—The Boston Times states that duriiifftthe progress of the funeral ceremonies at Worcester, on Saturday last* in. honor of the la nented Lincoln, all tho stores generally wera closed in the streets through which the procession paused. , There was one prominent exception, ; however, it adds; that of a man by Ihe name of Eaton, who exhibited a placard in front,of his store, as the. cortege neared hi« place, upon which were inscribed the words "No homage to murderers. ' WHATRuisW-The Boston Atlns says fifteen hundred houses will be built in the . new manufacturing tov,n of Lawrence the present season. ' Just think of them building ' ten house*.evory day in a town only one year old! What ei'onge people those Yankees are—to be investing their substance in build-, ing mnnufoctur ng towns} when tho ' "Wise men" of the party-claiming '-all the Intelligence of fhe co iutry" have proclaimed that the ttttnufactur.ng business has been ruined by the "British locofoco Tariff." , : i...

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

•Tub Thiko Called Queen.—Our Canada neighbors talk about.tbe "things called Presidents. '' A young girl by reason of an arrangement made some two hundred years ago, is placed at the head of a great empire, tvheu only 18 years old. She is tbe daughter of a "Slate pauper," whoso lack uf brain was proverbial, the grand daughter ota man wbr> became a hopeless idiot, and the niece of a profligate debauchee mid heartless husband, whose character it i* almost indecent to mention.— She ia possessed of rather inferior talents, both natural and acquired, . is not at all re muikable for the beauty or dignity of her person, and her voice in an-rtrdinary family would not he regarded safe in some discussion upon the purchase of new lac? or llie fit of a gown* Her ten per is somewhat akin to. vinegar in its nature, and her husband whom she elevated from a pauper German principality to her bed and throne, is the laugh of Continental Europe. She is in foot a female puppet, whom ministers ...

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

I < Th« War to P'°' ' I1 - I i . During an ' eTcctioneeritig can . vif«, the njb.j, solemnly dec^arq they are not opposed ti) i. war; but when tbeyiha ^ ve secured;the f>eo;-' t '. ballots, they hold up the box 1ruimphar.lv . prove that the war is unpopular. .-O^^Th.e C(i|zejtte is in a veryi bad wev.'j. deed, for fear jthjit there will be, a funlieru dition of territory to the Union. I It is oottcjit wondered at, however, as its party hare tn cessively opposed the acquisition of Fiorip Louisiana, kijd Texas. , ¦ ' I ! r ]wiiat Utxl'. ' ~t~ Pens madef of 'ivory are now coming intuse. They - arc shaved down, to an almcr transparent thinness, and perfectly Euscepiblc of being nibbed, mended, be., with »1IU> facility of an ordinary quill. [They are ¦: French manufacture. *•

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

ft/Three great invention! of the year 18-46; smelting copper by electricity, guacotton aud amputation of limb*, and otlW'surgicsl operations, without pain, under the Influence of a certain gas.—Exchange paper. - ¦ To them may be added—rhakfng ' Mexicans of American citizens,! by reading Corwin's speeches.—ZMroj ' l Jty«« Pre**. , We can add anolbeiwmaking % Wilmotproviso whig candidate out of a man that don't know whether, be is for or against a national bauk i for or against a high protective tariS; and won 't have time to examine and decide the matter, until he hssihelped whip " Mexico in this '' unnatural war. between urerieppb* B«*"\I"- 1' --. -: ' - ..- : -' ' " ' : ' - "

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

From thb Plains.—Several volunteers returned to the city on Saturday last; ' they bring a number of letters, but nothing of Interest in addition to what vie have already published. From ihu reports brought in by this party, it is probably that Kit Carson, who was going out with despatches to California, had lost all his horses and mules. Our informant met him near the Pawnee Rock, and afterwards heard from a party who oaid they had passed him the day following, that his mu(es and hoftei liaj all been stolon the night previous. From C»rsonVwe|l-kdawn knowledge of the woods and fnmiliarity with the Indian {character, we are-disposed to doubt the correctness of the tepo»t. Yet so adfolt and daring havo been the attacks of these Indians, that we shall not be surprised if it turns put to be trite.—St. Louis Rep., 161ft.

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

TH5E OipERVEK "Thf Vorld i» Of>y>ine<i too MaoK'" ; * ^T eXiTb^p^ ' J"' Sntardnjr noralu t,y«l»l<itft»cr 4, IS47. ^ DESIOCBATIC NOMtlVATI«»Ws7 t'OR GOVI'.R.NOIl, FR'S, rV j;_ SHUNK. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, - RI0K.R1S LONGS IRETII

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

Hurrah for luods bland . Therp is a screw loose somewhere—Jlhodo Island has elected Thubston, Democrat, to Congress. Chapman can now crow! (Xjr" When we ask of the Gazette advice how to conduct the Observer, it, will be time enough for that paper to offer it—not before. {Cf"!. M. G. Lescure, Esq., one of;the editors of the Democratic Union, died at Hairisburg on Saturday, last. ' • ¦ 1

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

Total v.ilni — «5,«) .1JO a- tHT.701.3SI , - "Here is an increu?e of #12,500,000 in three months on two articles of farmj»roduce coming down tho canal alone. Two years of business like the present will, on free-trade principles, increase the actual capital of the country equal to the whole amount employed in manufactures. There can be no large export* wiilfout corresponding imports, and vice vlcrsn." j • '

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

While the cars were passing from Buffalo to Attica, on » recent trip, one of the passenger >>, an honest German emigrant, gave birth to a bonritfiigjbny. For a wonifcf, wo believe no extra charge was made for the additional passenger, which we record as iomelhlng extraordinary. Th« mother took the youngster in her nrro« on her arrival of the cor* at Buffalo and walked with telegraph speed to tbe steamboat. ' • . ¦ " ' " - < . t'}iib FicTiow.—Not a very long time ago, line of th ^ mos t eloquent dt\ ihes of Great B3tr jain. occupying one of the most important pulpits of the kingdom, becarc e so much affected 1$ the, use of wine repeat' ijf. j yj? tliat he was summoned io giro au ucc >iint of ^iinse|f;«flle could_ not bear, he sale, to £tan(l for trial X)h such a charge/.before- men whose only superiority over hitn consisted in the possession of hard heads, which could endure potions that overthrew him. He accordingly left.bis high position, and, unde...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

. , I Q7Hl|ie Wmoerits of the «efenth district of Ohio|| have nominated Jonathan D. Morris for cong lea*, iri plaopof Gen. Tlio*, |^ Jbah \ }' •" ' , i ^

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

Coneidivj>»g hovv much Una country lias suffered torn inisrulc for tho last fifty years, under iha'VRrimiii Dcmncrtttie adminietions, («s wo »ra told by the Federalists) it if truly wonderful how it ho..igonoon iudprosperey as it went. v; . ' - I . ' " /

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Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

The greatest l)iscovexy of ihe ilge hoilyi Qiwi equiluethe ciryuhtti npflfiebto,d \\y tiii«rneani a conh oUi>iy i-arvr i* gaihtJ ovrr the mjit matiy lantfoniu oi DISK ASK wlileli cntinol Up obiained fi«»Mi uiiy other r*-m * etly. fii' -li in (U-t p.-.vcr of dun ciimlnnrtiioii tlu( it pcn« tratcttocvBr> portion ofil.f limnnn frnm-*} cvec> Ijotifltini Diuscie, vein. ««rvf und lig.nt.oiit is flftarciji- tl out nmt mad( suuaible «>f imriryiiif ami limi'ing linflucnec.- Ilencq i coprs as rc.itlily »ith internal an e' xfnrnuLJhi'aiffr, Nuinrtctuii'i (-taucon dn; on r xoril whoro Ihii romeiU liutt rcktoriMl hnaltli lo patient* i-otirnrt'ie pr»vo tli.it H» '( uio^t jioworful iiiicruul reiiiu<liui> Tailnl in pruitucpimy *t ffi-t- S ' urli hu<i iVrqiifnlty 1>pf-n ihp c i«o i<i |NKl»A.>lA TION ol' tiu UOWKI-d—nit (Mttrnt rvrr oral dm wnlitlm rl.n'u^ ' n where fir M icmtlr (Hiitnifui cm | lf. olttuhicil - Tlmi titinircr...

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Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

WANTED. v T IBERAL pricea will be paid for 2000 Bushels Corn, 2000 do. Rye, 2000 do. Oats, , ¦ 2000 do. VVheat, II delivered within two week*. ' H. CADWELL Aug. 7 , ORPHAN S COUJRT SALE. ' WILL he sold b y ord«r oTTlie OrphanM Court, by public vendnc or out cry, at tin; Court Housb in the ' Boroiigh of Eric, on Saturday .the 4th llay ' uf September next, nt 10 o'clock, A. M., the 1' ollowin? described pirce or parcel of land, situate in tho toivnship of Millcreek, beins part of Reserve tract, * < number ?eveniy-six (78) containing ubnui forty acres, be the same more or lea*; late the property of Duvid Vuldwell, dee'd. JOHN G. CALDWELL, Bx«cutor. Aug. 13th, 1817. 3tl3 t Public Notice JS HEREBY GIVEN that the Stockholders, of the Erie Bank, in the county ' of Erie, intend to make application to Ihe next Legislature lor a renewal of ihe charter, by the nmne and style of the Erie Bank, in the county of Eric, to remain lota ted in the Biiroiij»h ol'Eiie, in ihe couniy of Eri...

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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

Tha Politic* ot onr soiaien. , j ¦\Vc totally disapprove of the course of some whigpaP ets >« claiming all the officers in the ¦ Re gular nnd Volunteer service as whigs, and nreiiinff therefrom that their party must needs be in fa«° r of tlie war# To our minli il P roVGS nothing, except if be that the ' whig party is cxt . em ° ,|y fonjl of office, and will even'fi ght ii a "(•<"' ahhorod, unjust war'' as they term if for the fake pf holding tljem. Besides, we i.ncnV; they have claimed many distinguished officers as whi(j8, who have n ' ever acted with them, hut on the contrary utterly despise and condemn their course. In regard , however, to the politics of the rank and file, "the men with knapsacks," who do the ' fighting, they have not been so decided in their claim, hence Ideir accusation against them of being men of "loose morals," tic. And it is well they do not claim them, as we are confident the returns of the votes of our volunteers now in Mexico, will sho...

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Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

NEW ANI) FRESH GROCERIES, At J\"o. 6 Puor Peoples Row; W»F . RIN'DEflXECHT has justiedeived a • larce and < v^ li selected asMinmcut of wet dry and Fnmily Groceries; Dye SlulTi, Nails aid Olu-i*, wliith he ivill sell cheaper lor cash thai; un; other establialime'H 'in town. Please call ami ppr> . . : [ June-1i, IS 17. J U.ti f KLChl V cU ii bans uio, CuDa, ht. Uu min^o and Java ColTci-, one door north of the Bi" Window, Suite street by . \V. F. RINDERNECHT. June I?. 1617 \ ' , I ; BU'KFALO WHITE LEADi—An invoice ol ttliia svipcr ' tof nttvele ju^iecuived. Also, Pittsburgh Lead, . (Falincdtock &Co'a make,) diy and in oil, alwav* on hand iiud warranted. June 12. a |j. ft. BURTON & Ca. ^ I /IJjlJIiests fresh Teas, just received anil lor *\J, sale by the client or lets qu-jiiiily, by • I j^ JuneJ6. \V ^ F. R^NfJEKNECHT. J r\f\ r\ GAL. A0LASSES, just rcceiicd and uUU for Ea!e ehbap as ihe cheapest, one dsor north of the Bij; VYindotv, by Jime 10. W. F. R...

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Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

iffiKv^^i Ha^H^§K^iil*\ ^Ei^i^3f^8!l Am cdiciue which is perfectly «afe, und uiuy bo given to children, from milder uilaucy to advuDcrd ayr, Uytt under no restraint a* to cold water, or uny kind <»!' food. Purges mildly; subduing fever,—des(roy« uud e\- peU worm- witti invariable iucce«s—and ik easily uJininutared ta children. Thai n potavaaea these raluahtn properties, i* Omtlctsly uihcrtfU—ctill claimiup ihu additional advuiitugex of heutg given iu ttmatl bulk, and requiring uonu of the drcucUiuR which Worm Toa mid uih.:r »uppofod Vermifuge* demand. Uuriiift us briltiuut enrcet, it ba* been introduced into mauy lauiilict, whoro or wry other known anil accessible Vermifuge ha» hcentrieii without the leasi sufi. ea», where it Iiib promptly oxpelleJ Worms to &n ulmo*i iucrcdable mnouui. ¦ , As evidence of thu surprtsiag elTocta of Ur. M'Lnnc' * Worm Spociflr, weeivo the follow lugi Oti SHtHrday, Fobmary 7th, 1B4G, Mr. James Riehard-«on called j» the Drug Store ...

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Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

TOE BMT If •*»•» IKBICMB 9X tub iraBLfl:: ' ' ¦ OROJ W. MKRCHANT' ^ MOR HMSES2} 1 * AN" in>-aluabl« rcmeiW for Horse*, 1 Cattle and o'/her domfflic anima's, iu the uiie-'jof th» followinj; di-,eus^;: I ; Frtsti Wounds,; I 'F s' .uU, St fail, j fial'.tof oil kiiiii, btrains, Lnnltntl4 t\ SpraiihS. Ilrti'SiH, S>nu (Vartt, I Craifrd Heels, Vouni'Ttd fi.it, Uin«lonr, 11'inJgalls, Scraldufor Great:, Pull Evil. Calitti, .'tfunje . Spavins , Hwtenty} . Horn UisUmptr. . llisabo al Universal Kmnjly I'nitiroewlop (of iliBCoses ol Human Hc?h-,sueh as ' j RkfiHrnlism, ; ¦ . • Ezttrnal Poi'onS, ' • Bites of .lA-nials, / ' Painful .WtciU JfftCF' -csl Uiits, ¦ lions, ¦ . ' /,o,7s. . . Corns, tYUitleut, i • Ifnimtiml Siol's, ChMumt, • - ' ¦ Cramps, I " | Chapped Hands, Contract* if IhfMntltf, Swetlin**, H r oinlJ«, n'i,il.niis.ofthtJoiul», Kal.eJ brcatl*. \ MrnttiAST's Ci/.nm.ivu Oil.—It iAwo"''J" •' " fpctial remark, -that besides thr a»« 'at an^ e^r«- ordimry powers in the i...

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Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

Spring of 1847.] BY . (Spring of 1847. NEW SPUING fr SUMMER GOODS, just received at ihe Jew Store, No. 1 Commercial Exehanio, corner of French and Fifth sts. Mosf.s, after encountering all sort? of perils, by sca'and land, is here with his new and fashionable Goods, purchased in New Vorlt and Philadel phia ~ »kihe lowest cash prices, nnd embracing llie ;:rpiu-,e*t vaiiety of Fancy and Staple Drv Goods ever bfouijht to ihis place.. A few of them will be no tiifatii. ; FOREIGN fc .FANCY GOODS. SILKS-Striped Ponltde-Soir. i'luid Grenadine, Do. Foul'ird, . y< " . ¦¦ He«vy wat'rd fy steyied lilaclv & bke bill White, n-aipred, ]> . While and black Sftlin , Plain black Italian' Colored Florences! , French Gfnjjhiim, a new aiitl beautiful DTiicle, Muslin Robes, plain and embroidered, French embroidered Robes for childicn , Very pretty Al. de Laincs for 29 . per yard. French worked Linen cambric Hdkfs, Embroidered and ' ooidered do. do. Pouble X- single French nee...

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 September 1847

&£ JE The New Verk Canlaa Tea CampaaT'i ,1 SUPERIOR /PEA . \ WE are now opening a chiicc lot orTcas, juil received from the Ca iton Tea Company, N. Y., among which may be found 6BEBNS. Goo<l YOUNG HYSON, : SOSOporlb Fin* ; do 63 " No. 3 fragrant do 75 " No. 3 wry fine I do 1 00 " Good HYSON, • 173 '¦ Very fine da 1 1 00 " Good HYSON SKIN. ' , 60 " Good IMPERIAL; j 75 " Very fine do & 1' 00 •• Extra fmo do 1,25" Good GUNPC'WDER, r2» - •' _ Fine do 1^5 " BliACKI. 1 No. 1 SOUCHONG, SO 50perlb. Nd. 2 do ' 63 " Finost do ' ¦ ' 73 " . Fragrant POWCHONG, various prices " CONGO, various prices " Fine OOLONG, 50 v « Very 6ne do 75 " Exira fine do ! 1 00 " NINGYONQ ' lirious pricea " HO waUA, or finest Black /I fa imported, I 00 " bJ* TAKE NOTICE!— 'fho Canton Tea Company are the cscluaive ran ersof the superior Black Tea called i-HOWUUk'S MIXrURE." livery package (ii> addition to its containing full whisht, independent of tht wrapper,) beam the stamp of ...

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