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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 9 October 1847
HENRY CADWELL. •calcr in Hardware; Dry Gpod.s, Gruceries, &c. fast Iiile of the Diamond, and one door cast of tilts Ka»l«! Hold. Eric, Pa. , EAGLE HOTEL, J Hiram L. Brown, corner of State street and the Public square, Erie, Pa. Eastern, Western, and Southern t^taae otliec. ¦ — * LYTLE k HAMILTON. anhinnable Merilmnt Tailors, on tho Pulilie Sjqujrb,^low doorsi west of Stale street, Erie, Pa. ' - 1 JOEL JOHNSON. " Icalcr in Tlioulo^ical, Miscellaneous, Sunday «nil Clascal School Book; Stationary, ' etc. etc. No- "I, French Street. Erie . Pa ^ ¦¦ 'i'.X'RrBRACET " lUoiucy and Counsellor atlaw, Prairie duChien, ' W. T f practices in thecoiintics of ' Crawtbrd, f"anl,and Iowa, W. ' T.ond in Clayton county, M> Territory. I WAN TED in cxehanse lor Goods, Wool, Buticr, Cheese, aniV all kinds ofCoumrv Prollll «- r H. CADWtfLL. L _ JMno 6, 1 18-IG. - ; U AiQTWAmi. —Slrolf Hardware and Hoiisjs *¦+ Trimmings can always be hn«J Tfery cheap at ine cheap store of S. JACKSON tf ...
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 9 October 1847
r A BBLS. and half bbls. ' "Whito Fish . ilnd O" Mackinac Trout, this day received and for 8ulc at No. . . Perry Block. b^ MoQRE Eric, Sept., 25, I8ff. ' »» PRICES REDUCED. T~ /"1AST1NUS, stoves, stove pipe, copper furni-\ y ture, air. tight sheet iron stoves, aro now Bulling rapidly by tho subscribers al Icbb than ever, and our design i« thai no prices at Buffalo or else where, for cash. - . ' y Lest Kit, Sesnett &. Chester. Erie, Sept. 25, 19 ¥1. £>/i KITS No.,1 Mockercl, put up for family <*Tit usc . jfisl received and for sale at No. 1, Perry Block. . ' • J Erio, cept. 25, J8c7. W "|j }1 n }. ~ cri se- ' My ' l, ~ RAG S wanted in exchange fur tin waro by Lester, Senneti .f Ciiesteb Jiepu- 25, 1817. .
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 9 October 1847
i PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BViiP. DURLIN& B. F. SliOAN, I STATK STKKE Tj ERIK, IV. j /TERMS. " f , One copy, one year, in advance, . SjlyflO Ollierwise, two dollars aVcar »ill invariably be iliar^eJ. These terms wifl bo strictly adhered to in all vases. ' . j Advertisements inserted at 50 cents per square jr the first insertion, and 25 'cents tor ciieh subsequent insertion. " ~ ' job Printing, of all varieties, such as:Rooks Pimplilels, Handbills,Show Bills, Cards,Steamlio.il Bills, Blanks for Notes, Receipts, &fc. executed in the best style and on short notice, i
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 9 October 1847
T. W. MOORE. j Dealer iri Grocerios, Provisions, Candies,'Fruit, tec. No. I. Perry Block,(Statoatrect, Erie, Pa . MARSHALL STlLoCKWOOD,| \ltornoVH ,at Law. Office up stairs in the Tam nuny Hall buildin;,nortli ofthe^rothpnotaiy's (Hike. . • 1.9
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 9 October 1847
THE PHOSPEOT f /( ' - , Wo have said but little heretofore about the election—indeed, in this county both political parties have been nnusually^uiel—but nevertheless we believe there \vill he arespbctaU'e turnout. The whigs uuiloub :edly 'will be on hand—they always are—the Democrats, we aro confident, wjll not fail to! ' oUo\v suit—and although there will not be juite ns heavy ' a vote as is usually polled, the result- will bo, comparatively, .al|<?ut| flie siame-rsay from 10 to 1200 whig! majority. That will fall some 0 or 800 short of what the county is set down for in Whi gj calculations lof carrying thu State; Our-ii j foimation from other parts of the-State, lead u i to infer that ihey are just as * wide of the mirk in all their .calculations. Indeed, 'the prp:;pcct of tip re-ejection of Shunk s most! cljeijring. | A cdjemporary sa-ys that the jii tplli^enoo froin the eastern counties, taking theSusifuehanna as the line, leaves no room to donhhthat Gov. Shunk wi...
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 9 October 1847
"The World U Governed too Much." . „. e ~ rT^~ p^ a7" * Saturdar !W»ruln>j, October 0, 1*47. OEnfoCKATIC ivoiniNATJONM. FOR GOVERNOR, FR'Sl FUJSHUNK. v FOnJcANAL COMMISSIONER, MORRIS LON^STRETH. , __^ I _ (E/ ^Thos. II. Elliso. x is a duly authorized agent to proc ire subscribers fur this paper. Q3 a *We, ui\der8tand the Telegrnph will be completed to thifcity in the course of a wee.k Or .ten days. \ As we Expected. The Gaz«tte ibis week contains the North American and Salisbury falsehoods in regard to Messrs. Miller and Petriken. Expecting that such would be the case from the intimation thrown out last, week, wo. have devoted our outside this week to a full expose of the whole matter. The reader will there see what contemptible means will be resorted to by federal whigery to attain Jib ends—power and plunder 1 * Tho News from Mi-kIco. ¦The important news fronnJurarmy in Mexico must be taken with great allowance.for the sources from which it is derived. It will be seen ...
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 9 October 1847
UP BOYS AND AT THEM D ;mocrats of Erio county, on [Tuesday next you will again be callel njion to record your vote3 agninst that tin :ient eriomy of those principles anil measures which you dpem nil esse ntial to the well bping and future prosperity Of the Stitb and Nation. That unworthy son lof an unworthy parent, the whig party, is again attempting! to wrest the'helm of State froni the hands of" those who, at your bidding thrde years einck were called to preside over the >ublic aftuirs of the Keystone. That they liavis done bo| faithfully and truly, not even the fals j whispsr.of 'federalism has dared to contradict, lu all Sis departments the State is eminently p ' rosperous-i-the- peo|>le ' contented and happy. \V iy, then, do they call upon you to changei VVhy ask you to discharge them and place the affairs of State in untried and inexperienced hands! Simply that they may revive the odiojis system of mammoth mo lopolies commenced under the novcr-to be-for...
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 9 October 1847
Later from Mexico Highly important''neivs— ffdrtilities renewed —Proportion rejected—Great' slaughter of the Mexicans—The.cily of Mexico ent tcred by the Americans—Gen. Worlh " hadly wounded. An extra from the office of the Mobile Tribune, dated Sept. 25tli, received by the Pony Express, announces the arrival at Pensacola of the brig Osceola, on tho evening of the 21s%after,a passage of five days from Vera Cruz. r . • 1 The following letter is to the Sun of Anahuae, dated I'uebln, Sept. 11th: "Letters arrived here from Othixio , stating' that an express liad arrived there on his way to Oajaca, sent by Gen. Leon, and that the said express had brought letters from Mexico, dated the 9th inst. Theso letters state |hat the propositions of our i»overnmnnt vicro re¬ jected, or at least one portion of them: and that hostilities hod recommenced on the 7th Irist., in tho afternoon; that a battle had been fought on that evening by a. few hundred men of Scott's army against fourpicked r...
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 9 October 1847
. ¦ "GLOKri-WHAT IS IT?" ^ Rovl«d and Oorreited from ibolast Gajen •'la it to go into the ' jattle-fieldami^, ¦ ter human life'!'' No but it is i0 ftOr v. Henry Clay! "Is! it to cotrniCLceaiid r "^ cute a war with a weiik neighboring naf. I at ati im'men'so sac|rifiC'! of treasure and y c .,7 ! shpdl"' No, but it is to s-hoot.iu J-,i ltl jj. '" dolph for wordo-.spokeli in .dt'batol ' •?.,-. * • send oijr fathers, brahcra and ?onsj a.~^ with sword and bayonet, to in i1.h05pi1.- j - , and uncongenial soil and there to die of c. ° ease or amid the carnago of ba\tle r> ^ t that either, but it is t« se-11 the Pr^sidencv b John Q. Adams for I ie Secretary of S'vii, ship. "These questions involuntaril y<tr; ' in the mind ak we con .exnplate ilk War •«„< agaiust Mexico." A 1! "jes, no doubt—B» " edict Arnold "involu ltarily ' 1 dc.ertcd to th. enemy—Gen. Hull 'finvoluntan!^' So i^\ army of tlie North West, and thereb y <-imj untarijy" gave ' / ' aid ami comfo...
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 9 October 1847
thb identity! of ou> redebausm andi Modern whioeby. . The following ireninble and resolution adop-i ted by iho Fedetul legislature of Massachu-! chusctls, on iliC' 13th of Juno 1813, maybe found in Vol, 4,:'>ago,2S7, of Niles Register. They' were introduced by Hon.- Josiah Quiiicy, and embody; the sentiments and views of the Federal part/ of that day,-' ¦ "WhereasJ a proposition has been made to this senate for tl e adoption of sundry^resolutions, expressive of their sense of the!gallantry and goodcoiiduct exhibited by Cajit. Jus. Lawrence, commander of the United ^ States ship of war Hor let, Wdthe officers and crew of that ship, in ttie. destructipn.of his Brita ' nic majefjty's'ship of war'Pcacpck AndJwherdas/,' it lias been 'found that former resolutions of this kind, passed on simil r icca ' sions r;lutivo tf» oth^r officers, enga rel ip'a like service, have given great disci nt2nt to maiiif of tho good people of this com nonwealth, it being coiifiidertd I y t...
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 9 October 1847
with equal force lo the ease of a duellist ' or a pirate,"\vho\ should exhibit equal evidence of bnwery. * !* * .* " Had Capt. Lincoln fallen in a good cause, ' in the defence of his country, nojone would have been more ready than myself; to do him honor: bat, in theinvasion of another country, he loses all my ' sympathy uiul all ;my respect. " i "The leopard cannot change its spots or tho ¦Ktlu' opean liis. skin,"-whut wonder then that D.iniel Webster, who was a Federalist in 18-13, should be one in 1817. Ho occupies the same ground now that he did then, and he is not alono—[he rank and file of his party, the leaders and ajll, are with him; and although they have changed their namo.for the purpose of deceiving tho young and the ignorant , tho fraud is .so | apparent that few, very few, can bo deceived thereby. 1 j Consistency. ' . The Spirit ' of tho Times says one' of the .Coon Banners during the campaign of 1840, was ornamented b y a representation of Gen. Taylor at tiio lieado...
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 9 October 1847
Arrival of (he Steamship Hibernia ADVANCE IN BREADST-UFFS. ' 4' «vf YonK,"Oct. 3—7 P. M. Tho royal mail Rteumer Hibernia arrived at Boston' 2 P. M. After last steamer, bread stud's receded some, but on the J3th, wheat advanced 5s per qr. Flour 3s, tu 4s. Immense demand; better at London than Liverpool., Best wheat 2. 6s. Flour,! in Liverpool, 2 s per bfcl., 28s 6dlo 303. London 29*. Corn—in demand; belter prices; considerable purchases of Breadstuff' s foj- Belgium and Holland, prospective moderate sjipply of U. S. strengthened the " market. j Many large failures In Eurobcs, 3 of their liabilities are 1 million founds each. «> Great consternation in money circles, No change in rates of interest. Bank bullion decreased in 4 weeks, £300,000. Tho failure of Messrs. Denny will probably befell in the U.S. The Sardinian ambassador at Paris haa given notice that the King of Sardinia will ass 'ig( the Pope against Aujtria. i
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 9 October 1847
¦" VoLUSTF.F.as. —The promptness with which our brave boys, particularly at the West, and South-VVest, volunteer for the war, when cni^0pfor, is wonderful. Some three weeks ago, live regiments were called for, viz. two from Kentucky, two from Tennessee, and one from Indiana. We havo 'authentic information that they nre all full,' and in a Tery few days will beion the way to Mexico. The five regiments comprise, at least 4000 men, ' In Kentucky and Tennessee, several morb companies offered their service than could be accepted. The 1 Oth and 1 st company of the Indiana regiment was reported for duly on the evening of Sept. 23d. Four regiments had before- boon furnished by that gallant State-Illinois, wo believe, has ecnt six.—True Sun. i | , i , ' ' ( • , .
Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 9 October 1847
PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN GOODS • ' War DiJpmitmf.nt, * Otfici:Indian Atkairs, Scpt."18, 1317. S KVLKI) Pit: il!l^-v \L3 will bo received al llie oflico ol ilie Cc.iimissionor of Indian Aflaira. \Yjslunjton, 1 ). C, until 10 o^-lock, on Monday, the 1st oL November next, for furnish' in^ ' Ui': lollowin^ ^ruds, in the qiiinli:ies aniiexid, or ' thurea'iou . " , for thii use of the Indians; and deliverable at I ic follinvSiiV places, viz': AT IS'RW YORK. " k ^ * ' < lilankels. 1150 pairs 3 p«Jint \ihuc .Mpckin'ac bl.inkets, to ^ measure CO by 72 inches, and weigh 8 pounds 000 pair.-, i \-i poinUvhito Mac^inac blankets, lo mca-ure 5 1 by 66 inches, and weiyh C pounds , i i •lilOjiair* -2-point wliitn M jrKinac blankctR, lo MiM^'vire Ii b) J6 inches, and weig h 5 1-1 Pi'll 1 !'!-* ' , ... •iJO.pjirt | 1-0 point whi'e Mackinac blankets, to nic.is;ne jli by 50 inches, and weigh 4 I 4 po;iri:ls -tOO pairs I-point while Mackinac blankets, to iii-aiure V. by 10 indies, and Hci ^ ll...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 9 October 1847
TEAS!! TEAS mk J^v^ 4k i^r % *. JE Tbo New York t!auton Tru CnmpauyU SUPERIOR TEA. ' WE are now opening u eholcu lot of Teas, jisi received from " the Cmwh Tea Company. N. V., miioni; "vhich m:iv be found . — • " OBEKXS. 1 Ih. ti YbON! Good YOUNG HYSON,' ! SO 50 per I Pino .do '! 6:1 " No. 2 ii-agraqt i!d ¦ j 75 " N«. 3 very fine u, do i ' I 00' " Good HYSON, #" ' , 75 " Very fine do I 1 00 " Godd HYSON SKI^. - I 50 " Good IMPERIAL, j| 75 •« Very fino |to , '00 '' Exiru fino dii- j ' i' I 25 " Good GUSPCWDER, ' | 75 " ^ .1 " bine do J 75 " ItL,lt'K«. I j No. 1 SOUCHONG, : 80 50 per Ib. No. 2 do ! r 63 " Finest do | 75 " Frufftant POWCHO.N'G, I vjrion« prk-e, " ' CONGO, viribtH prices ' ,' Fine'OOLONG 1 ,, . 50 " Very fino do , 75 " Extra fine do . i 1 00 " ¦ ' NINGYONG ¦ A ' vi rioiis prices ". UOWaUA, or finest Black Tta imported, - ' ; I 00 ' ?i.7* TAKF. NOTICE!-T ic I Canton Ten Company are llie e.rihis!ve vend ir'iof tho Miperior Bhick Ten called'-HOVVtlliA'd^MlKrUlll-i, K...
Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 9 October 1847
TO HE1) HEADS AND GRAY. . rpVlfl.VN HkMIl l»VE,a wuiranicd;ariiclefor jl calorinij tie hair a .beautiful brown or j t Idaek, it will nt t wear ofl, soil the linen, or color llv: skin., iis ban Ire !s cin tes'ify. j j It has uKo be :n used successfully ini t'olorinj; Fins. - - | I Uitwarc fi|'ihei|counter6il, ami lie sure you sjet the. ii'iijuiue, pri pared only by Gco. W. Mi. reliant I'hcmijt, Loclip m, N. Y. Sample of f lliir tuny lyi scunj at llie storeol ' the proprietor or hisjagenta. Price 5p cents. , •' 'I g.,hl by J. II. Burton ' & co, Erie; S. fi! & H. Fass«:t " Asl.ta mla, Oho; and D. N. Weh>^er. Coimeiiut, Ol.io I ly.i'J THE LvRRIeIT^^IAVS ^ PRIV'ATE hik»ic »i, comi»a.moiv. . | . By Dr, \. M; Maukiccau, Piofwsor of Diseases of Women. Third edition; ISnin. pp. 250: price SI. i I I - monthh. 25,000 Copies sold in three monft)?. The 5»icat 'demand of ibis most,important work (ol which thousands arc add) has compelled the issue olanoiher i lilion. ll...
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 9 October 1847
THE BEST nOOHK ItlROIVI.VEWl - ^^ GEO: W. MERCHANT'S AN invuluable rcuicdyfor Hor«es, Cattle arid other domestic aniiiiulc, in the cure ui 'the fullowiii*; di.-icuse^:' . . ¥ti»h WViiii' v F sltiln, Slfnst, - (lulls of all kinds, 6'fruiiu, I.ammrss, Sprains, Jtiruists, Sina ('Sacks, CracktdIrrcls,- Fonujirid f*»/,. ' [ Ri n^ bonrfilVin-Jgalls, Scratches or Gftutr, „ Poll Eril ^ CuUun, M'tnge, Spavins, Si.on ' nry, Iloni JJislrmptr. v ll ii aljo a 'Universal Family Embroca.ion foi dineasc-i ot ' Human Plesh, such as R'umrt'ilism, . K Ej.Urnal'.Poitons,\ Rites o/.lii' "m.il», ¦ Painful Acrrous .Ilftc-Frosl JtiUs.^3 (ions, ¦ Hoils, Cdrns; Whitlows, Burns and Scalfs, Chilblain, ' Cramps, .^ Cltttpped Jiangs, Contracts af Ihe Muscles, Spellings, Wounds, Ifcntui** of Ihe. hints, Kiked iireai.ls. MritciiAST 's.^Anii-itti On.. —It \f worth y ol "peeiul reiiiutk, Ih.il besides the yrcat anil Pxtiaordinary powers in ihe cure of diseases oft'io horse in whic-li itsivir:ues firsu attracted ...