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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

OOTOBEB. "Th* melancholy duy» lia»o come, Tti« ij<i,iii i.rthe }«ar; i *"• Or«»>lm{ wind * «d I u tked woodi An I laalin blown mdlosro.—BrfOnl. We kno ^ w not why it nraslthat Bryant, one of the most gifted of American poets, should hive designated- in the above1 that portion of tha year of which October is the emblematical representative, as the "saddest," or its days as " melancholy." ^ It may be that to him they are—not so perhaps because in themselves they possess any more " melancholy'' features, or a " sadder"' nepoct than any, oth^r, but because, perchance, of tho I03S of some dear friend—the departure from earlh to the regions of eternity of some loved companion or asso¬ ciate, who in the spring lime of usefulness, and in the midst of hope and happiness, had received 'the summons and obeyed the mandate, ."dust thou art and unto dust.tnou fchalt return." It may.be that-tfome fair and tender blossom, tho petals of whose intellect and the beauty of whose f...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

MB. WEB3TERB boNSKTBNOY. We intended to j havA devoted some Httla space in to-dayV paper in reviewing and showing up some of the inconsistencies of Mr. Webster's recent speech before the \Vhig Stale!Convention'of Massachusetts, but we Jmve concluded to merely place ibe two following extracts before our readers and let them speak for themselves. ~ We pass over his declarations that the war is unjust-and unnecessary, that annexation was the cause of it, that Mexico had no claim upon Texas, and therefore had no cause to complain of us fur annexing that State.the inconsistency of which is so plainly manifest that the most obtuse in¬ tellect must pbserie it, and como to that part where he declares his courso in regard to voting for futnre snpplies. We q^iote froni the speech, as published in the Gazette, of the 14th. "Suppose that we have no peace, tho armistice broken, the war in renewed progress, aiid Congress assembles. ¦ What is to be donei. ' Unless the President shall make out ...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

A MEXICAN WHIG! . « ¦ ¦ ' ¦ \ . Wo learn by the Ohio Statesman, that Captain Sanderson, of Columbus, baa written a letter home from St. Angel, near the city of Mexico, in which there is the'.following passage: ' • ' • , "It ia said they (the Mexicans) had twenty thousaml troops in this battle; so eays Harrison fiinney, from Columbue,j\vho' 1 found fighting with the enemyi-lie having deserted from Puebla, and now a prisoner, and will bes shot. This is the opinion of most of the office™. " The Statesman informs us that "Kinney was a tailor by trailo in Columbus," and adds, "it is a melancholy record to mske of hisond. He was a very decided Whig, and we cannot see what tempted him to this great crime of deserting his country, except the effect produced by the Whig papers and such speeches as those of Corwin. lie has a child in this city, his wife being dead. We did not supp ' ose our city would have such a reproach to beai*-from one of her voliinteers." i , .The speech of Senator C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

ArrivaF of New Fall and Winter GOODS. WILLIAMS & WRIGHT, I HA VING devoted sijl weeks in Boston, New York and Phihidelp lia, to the selection and purcha>e of their EXTIi SSlVli STOCK, which they ore now opening, big leave to infurm their customers and tfaa countr^at large, that they are now prepared to offer gobds of " almost every denomination, at least 25 per Cint. cheaper than e,v- er. We find by devoting lime to the purchasing of goods, as also for cash] that it makes a vastclilfercucc, therefore wo cati pledge ourselves to sell as low as any House— (lhat pavs for their goods) —lliisoide of New York or Boston, and for the above assurance we invito those that aie purchasing any kind of Dry Goods, Hardwaro, Groceries, 10 gjvo us an opportunity and we will show, you as good an assorted, cxicusivn and cheap elnvk ol goods as eail be found in this market.— For fuithcr particulars pluuae call at the Brick corner, opposite the Kuglc Hotel, near the court house. - , I E...

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Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

1 NATtiBB'ftowN nmateovt Wv*urr ' BEST FRIEND! Il Is tmnttsntly "Wited t»«* ' ihore Ktyzawv a mmlicin* "hiea ht» |t«ta*oc1l »Uto "-v^:^sfi iWi^m« ' iM* „ „ ' They l|aye 110011 tho itieiot trial*, br •»''•• w™« i "Upititr mmerfiei rali«d,«tidhM*«fUbltobtd»J»P»JH «iou lu iiio r«coorthe cnvlooi «Und*f» ' jrhlcft ¦¦•• ow»p ' Lolhl* cbor« °"' mln<llb«t \Vr)gif l t' .iiiil*^*tV aM Pitts aie . NOCATCll-PENNV RJ-MEDY, ..-.. jho off.prwg cfiUt hour, <Jt»no«<Mo pin »««j *ll» >>, »nd Ua rorgcttfii. but 4 m«licin«'dr null t V'1 "*! ' J 1 *, repuiai ' ton In not bu ' ili upon »d uolktei ^»<"«. «ff«\«d u-1 ier eircumit' aucca iu *hkl> Iba t->M M lbs imaEiDUWH Ind quits hs ' tuueii ia<nwiihtt MimicUVityof Ibere*. fjyiueir. Wrirbt'i UiUa Vcf cut It Pillt Uj* «'»!» lu real Wurth, fouuiifd mi itioliuaMi 1 iff! wiltiiigtetliBW"y °THOUSAND3A^bTEX3 0r'PH ' obf>ASri8,*-, ihrougbout ihcliniglh and Ureailth «1 IheUud. -.,... It w...

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

"More ' of the Effects." ¦ , STILL THEY COME. WE arp receiving more Goods, which aTe a little cheaper than ever, and have on hand a complete ussoitme.nt,of plain, pluid, Striped and figured Mohair, Orleans, Cashmere, Merino, De Lisle and Lyons Cloths of the riches styles. A.LSO-^-150 different panerns and styl'>i of ShiwU, embraciri* all ihe new production*; vrtiich tvo will sell as ch!eap as the cheapest, al the corner opposite the Eu!»lc Hotel. I Oct. -23. j WILLIAMS & WRIGHT. LACK LACK DEMI VEIL—X no.v lloi of' these wry fashionable article? just received and «ellin2ft;ry low at the New Store. 1 Oct. 21. 1 ALLYN&COBT. RICH OKEG0iNl>LAID.S selling for «0, 25 and 31. 1-4 cenls per yard at the New Store. Gin"h;ini3 selling proportionally low. ~* ii?,,,'23 I f ' ALLYN^COiT. D'J.MES rifJ.-j—Juat nceived at the New Store a large suppl y of Bed Tickinjf», bleached itnd unbteuulieu * Sheetings und §hiriini/s, C'otton Klunnel*, Uresh, lluckubuuk, Apron ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

the Bi*T no««t raijnn ink an * 1 , tub \voHt.nii ;!jT \ : ' if j ' GEoi W. MERCHAr?r Si' i ' ' -' fSA^L i .-f. ! ViiUrV nur\oto.y< fi AN ii valuable remedy for Hordes, Cailfe and other domestic animals, in the cure of the following disease*; fr esh IJfouiu!*,! Fstvln, S'tfait, Galls of nil kinds, Strain*, Lmntness, Sprains, Hiuisis, Smiu CnicA*, Crackid\lleeU, . I'oundtrtd l-\tt, Rinsffioii', n'indgallt, Scratches or Grtast, Poll Evil, Callus, ¦ Mange, | » Spavins ] Sicecnry, Horn Dlsltmptr. Il is also a Universal Family liiiibrocaion for dieeasej ol Human Flei-h, mich as Rheumiliitn, . Kxt'rnnl Poisons, Biln ofllnivvils, Painful .Vrrcou* .Ifftc-Feosl bites, (ions, ¦ foils . Conn, U'hillovs, Burns and Scalls, ^ UWlbhins, Cramps} Vha ' pped Jinn •'«, Contracts of ihrMmclts, Sicellinzt, tl otinrf», tVinkness s>f the Joints, Kakrd ISreitsti. Merchant's t.Aiioi.ixn Oil.—It is worthy of special remark, thul beside- , the i;reut and exlrati?dinary powers in the cure of dis...

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Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

"^BE OLD KEtSTO 1 *E IMPRE UNABLE. Tho following ore dll the reported raajori-(,e» that havf reached us up to the time of go ine to press. Wo liavp them f 6m such ,ource«« can generally be relied upon.— Next week we will give the official: Shirk 's Majorities. * Armstrong 600. Berks, (ojicuii) . , 4731 -Bradford, , GOO Backs, . , 311 Bedford, . ¦ 235 Buller, ' 71 Cambria, .1 .174 Crawford, (official) 679 Clarion, " 976 Clcarfield, 350 Clinton] 200 ; Cumberland, ' 308 Columl>;a, 1526 .Centre, , 750 Carbon, I ' gO7 Fayette, . 700 Greene,, 1000 Juniata, _ 11 Jefferson, . ' 255 LehighJ ' • 348 Luzerne| ' ' - 1223 Lycomthg, ' 5() Monroe, ' . 1071 Wifflin, - 144 Northampton. 526 Northumberland, ¦ 794 Philada, County, (official) '4987 Perry, 622 Sullivan, 250 Schuylkill, • 1018 Susquclianna, 000 Venango, ¦ 62G Tiogn, 823 Potter, (official) 349 M'Kean, 60 Wayne, . , 614 Pike. 525 Washington, 220 Westmoreland, 2183 'Wyoming, * - ,200 Wurren, ' 190 York, ' 987 32,427 Inv,i.v' s...

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Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

f IlfGHliY IMPORTANT "! T" Dr. P. Hall's Celebrated Couk ., Remedy! j| T JS a safe, speedy and ell'ectual cure for Con«'u, Colds, Ilorrrtentss, Croup and'II'hooping Coii ^h. This tiedicine has been used j by hundred- of people with unfailing success in 1 curing thoab'vo diseases, with,all those painful and annoying f til - monary svniptoms produced by cold. In Aethmit and Broncliilus it ha« proven 1J0 be highly useful, aiyd its timely use a certain remedy. Jit ' all afTections of tliu throat und lungs jit is tin inv.i'mblo medicine. Many cases of obstinate coughs and honrsene.ss havu been perfectly cured in] 4S hours, und in several instances troublesome and dangerous coughs of from five tb|ten yetrs standing have bien completely cured! in two weeks.— Mr has In Croup and whooping <.;oii^h use been equally successful when used mpre freely. 'C'hiaj Remedjiis a certain .preventive of C'oiutimjJlion and sevujral others of the moat fatal diseases in norihern ulimatcs. - - | - ...

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

FOirGICNTLEME.V Cloths of every gbudoand quality, . Ca*?imere^, do • doij Vesiin . . ,'s of all kinds, comprising Silk, Satir Buff, Cashmere, Marseilles, «icl < tc: STAPLE GOODS—A large slock of every d< sori(jtioj). In »!ion, our stock : lor richrre* vheupness and duribility has never boen «qua efl in ihls market. - *1 ' CAPS.-i00 Men 0.11 BoJ's capk of all kinds. SHOES.— 500 pairs ladies and childrens 1 Gaite Slips and walking Sho .es. $00 / 'pairs ircnl! men's, ladiea and Misses' [lubber overshoes. UMBUELL|AS.-Six d*zeii Uinlir^la" for >v weather. | ' ! I I | | ! GROCEitlES.—A' general varle y of every il ecription I . ,| ; f ['0 T I SHliLF HARDNVf K E. I ¦ ' - Ten thousand dollars* ^lock, comprising ev *fy thing in ihe line—Joiners, House and Ship Car, pcnlers, Coopers, Slioemakets ,| ' Cjbinelmaker . «, Saddlers ' Tooljs, of . saiiuiers and huitilta .1 oons, of eve y description. Saddlery Hardware, a liir«c assmtnem gf all kinds. Carriage trimming o...

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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

POPUiLAR GOODS JUST RECEIVED THE MOST EXTEN SIVE ASSORTMENlT OF LADIES DUlWSf(SOQDS! EVER offered in this city, compiising, ii part—150 pieces Cashmeres and Muslin de Lains ' , aa sorted colors, 75 do Frcnch.JUwtch and Gcnnon Ginghams 30 do Alpacc 13, o:\vcry description, 23 d» California PLids, ! 40 do Dress tiilks ol the lattst and most iin proved patterns, ] 20 do Swiss add 1'utUlun Muslins, 20 do Lace und embroidered tiwiss and Tar lu.ons, I • ' . 59 do Jucoiu'l Cambrics and br'il Muslins, 50 do Silk Fringes, assorted colors, 45 do Wide Gimps an I Gim|j cords 20 gross Dress Uulltjn9, and coidji and lassulls, 200 pieces Silk Mull & French Imperial cduinjis l l50sbawls, of nil etvlci, varying 111 price froni 3a to 815, . |' I ¦ f 200 pair la.lles and " sentlemenfs French Kid Gloves, assorted colors, S00 do Ladies', gentlemen's land children 1 ! Cashmere, Worsted .$• Lisle threu 1 Gloves; . I j 100 do black and whito silk mitts.

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Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

---- FOit THE ERIE OBSE ' pVEK. MESSRS- EDITORSi-AlloWm thron K hthc medium ofyour valuable paper, o inform the citizens of this city and vicinity, thai I am receiv ins a. | Or«e nnd well selected stock >>f Fall and VVinter Dry Goods, Groceries.) C oc ' kory and Hardware, uhicli I uni selling at Great Bargains, in order to pay transportation, tho balance will bu »pplied to charitable purposes. For [further particulars apply at No. 2 Amcrio n Block Statt Street. • fy. MA VER. Eric, Oct. 10.J817^. | ______ PARMfFOR SALE. rpHE subscriber uffers for sale the improved JL farm on which he now resides: abui.it ttvu miles south of Watcrford, on llie Turnpike leading from Erie to Pittsburgh,conttinins; lOOacrca of laud, GO under improvement, t nd the balance well itmbeied with white oak, chei tnu ' t, &c. Forty acres bottom, the balance! u;>lalid. On the premises is a £ood frame dwelling, loj barn, a good orc'iard of apple und cherry trices, ahd a never faili...

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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

New Goods at No.7, State Street. WE are,pow opening a great variety of DRY GOODS, suited! to the season, which- will fee sofd as chtap as the cheapest. Amnnssl ihefn are. Broad Cluthi and Ciiastmeres of variouo lutes and qualitieii; Alpacas, Plaid and Pfrfln Coburus, Brillianteu, NUrino' !", Bombasines, Raw Silk and PlaiH Bruiorlia, Linens, Linen PnmbVfc HanU kcrchie' s from 12 1-2 to 75 oenp;;Prii>ts from 4 to 25 cents; De Lines from 18 3 4 crrjts dpwards; Grnt'tr mu in sreal variety, Thibet cAhmere, Broeha, de Lfl-rre, SfradiRa tiuS other fasMonable Sjhawls, and other" Goods in too great varloty to advertise. . The carious are invited 1 , o eiamine them and purehase if they tee BaliBflied wdbgobdjs aDdprict*. ' 1 ' LksTE*. SCMNETT II CtfCSTBH. Oct. tg, 18<7. ~ u \ TJOAT SPIKliS.-4 I I 8 *nd5 inch Boat JCI Bp»W«»nt>ehadof h Oei/«r v Wa,LlAM8 * ,yn MOHT^ 1 " J & ' t

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

CLEAR THE WAY FOR THE ?4eW STORE! tiatrat arrlTnl offVctr CSaad* pcrtherrctnir Bleamor* fr*BS France and Bnaland ! ' ' . ALLYN !, ,te CO1T'¦ ¦ -\\ HAVE thoj)lea-ure of annoiinc n? to the citizens of Erie that they arc rccc ivin » constant additions to their Fall and WinWtStockmJU amon^ others offe r the folloningricK Goorlt at cxtiXrnply'low price*. Rich Oregop and'Calift>rnia Plaids only 3?.fper yard, worth 4s. j rich d.irk Giii^hams only 2s. per yard, wortn 3s.| rich dark Ginghnms anly-20c(s. worth 30 cts.; rich durk Ginghims only Is. per yard, worth 2a.; rich da'k Calicoes, latest styles 12 1-3 and 15 c'.s. per yard; every style of rich Shawl* from 29 centa jl6 * $l3 00; a few pinccs newest Raw Silk Plaids for,6s. Gi. per yard; a good assortment of Gloves, flosiery, Cravats, fancy articles and small rjick naqka, too numerous to mention. Please call anipexaminu our Block before purchasing, as id is well wnrlhy your attention. ALLYN & COIT. Erie, Oct. 16, 18U. ...

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Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

A Card to the Ladic8. Mtl S. WAUD b^a leave to inform the Ladies of tliiacity ami vicinity, that'she ha!> just received from Philadelphia an Ele^imi Assortment of Fall and Winter MillinerV, cbnsi«t" ma ol Bonnets, Caps, Silks, Plush Velvets and Ribbons, together with a choice seleciion'[of French and American Artificial Flowers; all of which she will bs happy 10 show her Mends and tuilbmers. |;_jr"K«sidcHce on Sixth street, a few doow ea?t ofGootlwin & Truesdail'g ttoJo. Erie, Ot-l. 1G, 1SI7 1 , : 22

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

The greatest Diseo very ofthe Age! ' OH, TBASK'S ^IACS.% It'l'IC OI.\T"(tl>rVT ¦ tTkfi .h ? l ' c : FLUi11 *'*i' i' "»"i ',,i vc^ubio B.x-It to, ' il ,"9"' """¦¦«• - • " uo Q,.,,|,<r .l oxie, ,1,1-«..li I ""a 1 ovl*l . <*r Jl-°:"c- '¦"I"' ¦ >l.li...t unl.in.lc.1 «ic-Ill-jA^vpnv^i. " .. '! ' . '1;"'" ll al u" c " "•« GKKATEST cureiotthoolthouiiiio-li,,,,,,,,!.,,,^. . TlnMnoloui aro CON VISCf.l)_tl,, ( ,„„>, (.^,,y nt nrn ro ,,,,, P || (. d tobcllcvoin llinpu»iiun,l virim- urilii-ifcc.it r.-i Iv. Itiiunivnr9.illv uiluiiito.l 101,-.Til K Suxr Vii,ru • wSiSti^-ST 1 , 0 ^ *MW * "> •'"* wiuLB fir Ik; 1HMEDUTK Ki:UEr ui'iliim-u ..ml pniu. Ilnov.jr fails Sink llicri.rcm.iiiisMiiriciclHllfnlori-1-Mrn • nalurolaildlio.lilij-agtioii 10 tin- rupillarv vcsteli iiftlie body, anil rquah:dhe cimiliU ,„ , fti.e/i /,,,,1 ' Uv tlii. ine.ui-> %fi I ^V? * F>*'rU < /,,i««lvi,-rtMm,. <, ,aali/,m<fiir,nso / UISbAtfl, winch cinuu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

NONE.CAN m{ LIKT ^ TIIEM- 1 m ¦ \ DJl. HF. flLRIClf'S - " ; m Stahdard Fmnfly .Modi cines 'r ll WAV.-TIk- l>i.'!ro| ,[,„, 1)f pr,^ T »« -M l'ydlif.-n-'t,.\f lua 1 i-lrt|.;.r,iifiiln,- ..njb,£; <«« ,m ortlie'ai.'.liraT pri.k-m.u I i i »< h <t, f,,,,, ¦ (,f " ,Jf ¦?*»* > ^H oriUf,'.iil.lii-r.frV«l -Ili..-i--. A r-i ..J,,r t ' """t '-9 <:.,,,Mi,,,j,!.-M,j,.,,, > ,,.t i>.. ...r;., : 03 "^ ; i I'l-rforuli-l liv tli-i. \nr -inMinm .' ¦ • .'. , 311, nii , if" %m .;i! irctiul'-i l ..I lin- m. 'h. -.11 ,.M,itv. v,,! ,'„ mv^T ' M n-mr.lii..,., i',.!,l... ii.il.. . it,. I . , , ., •£-P° ' 1 V . ^1 M.lVllC U-|(I »ll'l I"" I-1 ''' ¦!¦<•. .-.I,. ,.;.., , !¦ " < jffl ¦ HKKUiek'S SCI >/!•!( f t-l-MiMldT tTllE % ¦ ¦ INFALLir. ' .EREMKD^ ! M r..r liii.-i.ni.ii.iii. S|.i.m.- iviw,, [-miii, cu-T Ci, ' -a Snris"i'iiii..ii. ' ili>M./> fro.i s M.'f J.i it, f-lnunk 5 ' jgl .-n^ Afi.-i.i lli. l.ii-1-tiwl r.iCP.T.iot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

| tTie DELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETY In,snraiicc Company, . ° I (or PmtABnLi'iHA,) 1 ARE nowliloingbusinefc'a on ilip mumal plan, giving tUo ussurcd a participation in iho profits of the company, witlioul Iiubility beyond tho premium paid. I \ " i Risks upotiVtlic Lakes and Canal Insure J on the most favorable ' ¦ - terms. I^osscs will be' ltberally and pronjpily ajljusted. •, [ l-'irelieks on merchandize, buildings arvd other property, in town or country, for a limited ter.ni or permanently.; 7. DIRECTORS. Joseph H. Seal, • J.ime« C. Hand, Kdmqnd A. Soudct, Thcnphilus Pnuldint' , John C Davis, [• H. Jones Brooke, Itobert Burtop, ' J i John Garten, * John ' P>. Pinrose, " ¦ M lluuhCraij, Samuel Edwards, s .Geor2R Serrell, Henry Lawrence, David B. Sinci-y, Rdwa ' rd Daflington, .Charles Kclley, Isaac R. Davis, J. G-< Johnson, William Folwr-ll, William Hay, John S. Newlin, ¦ Dr. S. 'J'hoinas, Dr. U. M. Ilualon, John Seller, Jr. Spencer Mt-llvaine, Rif.hard S. N'ewhuld, Scc'y....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

ARTER &. BROTHER, 1 KING licensed under the Law of I84G to retail * Vinous and .Spiritous Liquors, oiler a good lortincnt of ' ure Port, 'Far.el, ¦ Madeira, , Sicila, Sherry, j / Hock, Malaga, And Current wines, -ALSO-i ' Brandy, Holland Gin, Itum, Whiskey, Jamaica Spirits, And Alcohol. •" or sale at as low rates as the samo qtmliiies .0' ever heen olYcrcd in this market, at No. 6, ed House. Erie ^ June 13, 1317. 5 ¦- ~ PAINTS, OILS, kc. ) L IvJONG our mock will be found—1. 100 kegs pure While Lead, Buffalo and Pittsburgh manufacture. 1000 lbs Spanish Whiting, q 600 . Vtnilion Red, ¦ t ] S00 French nnd Yellow Ochro, £ , 100 FrenchGreen, a beaut, article. „ 300 ' lied Led, - - ;, 200 ' Lirhaiasje, 200 paiiersffcliucd Lampblack, c S!0 bu.ves Chrome yellow and green, tl 100 jjallo.is Spirits Turpunline, n 100' <lo Lillteed Oil, ¦ t| 50 do C. pal Varnish, coach nnd ^ Furniinro. ;l 20 do7. Paint Brushes, assorted sizes. J ( Just rcet'ivf-d and for saloon accommodating ri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 23 October 1847

¦ -J. , _^ " -_- ' 1——^T ( ¦ >'^ICi ; ' ..—The Tin, Cuppt r u|id ?hcel Iror, f j *i . Miiuuf.iirti.rins busine.-s w II be earned oiij ' it the old ;WhI ol Ashley Jt Kel eyj «lierc u crm- i >t.int suppl yJo l 'all articles muni laclured b y him' -. . will be kepiyfpr salu al whcle.-ale and reluil. Ohl , I I' upper and .Brass Waie take.i in| patiucm for . Tin Ware. * JOSEPH CELSEV, Jr. J ' _l^e , _ Julv _ (VI _8JI_ 1. ^ -.J __ -7 " . J.. WARRKiV I ^ '• HAS removed hia sash, blind ind door Phop lo " > S'aiC L bt-lwci'ii 7l build 8th streets, where he I »'' « ill Keep constantly on hu,ncl or nmljc to order all ' >- 'l .ntieles iu his line on ihe shortci t notice. Th'i=e j o 'wi-hin^' to obt-sin first rate work iat low prices j n ¦ .vftTljr r ilo wvll to cive-him n eal! buforc piirchns-J."- 1 * ,¦!•; rlsr-whrre. Glu7.in<;iloni; nt all times. Glas-- '' a p nl Pmty kept eoustanlly on hand | - " May 1 * 0, l.«lt!. ¦ _ ' - -- 'IL ' . ' ¦ ^ ' s< smy...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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