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Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 13 November 1847
OUR FLAG IS THERE! m «rfjQME ^j j ARE HERE! VICTORY! I VICTORY!! HURRA! HURRA!! HURRA!!! Tho ncyr low Store rxgnin AhoaJ! TUST receijed at iho AVto Jew Store, ^o. I, J Fleming E lock, State street, a new and unlendid wsorsnibn! of FALL & WINTER GOODS! consisting in art of I ' ' BROADCLU THS.—French, Eji-jlishand American black, blue, browjvsold aim cadet mixed Broadclojlhs, cheap a» the clicnpcst. ALSO.—Cosjiimerr8 and Vcstiiiga to match, boilj ¦a to color nunlitv and nricc. ! GROCERIES.—A general nesnrtmrnt of choice Groccrie.i, which will be gold cxucemly low. CROCLEUY.—A bejuliful assortment or .crockcry it prices Ihatco'Vinol lailto please. BOOTS AND SHOES.—Without boasting we carf truly civ m-o hare the cheapest and lies; as-Bortmontof Boots and Shoes, including Ladies, Genilomenj and Royi, ever brought to this city. CAPS.—Men and Boys caps, that cannot Tail to ' filbothtlicpur«c and head—comeand try.
Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 13 November 1847
LADIES DftESS GOODS.—Here we are at home. Wie have cashmeres, de lanes without number aiid almost without price; Ginghams ¦nd Alpaccas, California plaids and Swiss and j TarletonMiislinii; wide gipip and gimp cord; dros bufans, cords and tassels; but what is the use of cntmeialin«-we have every lliiny lo make thel andsomc more divine and the u^ ly enchanting. SILKS-StrTiped and Plaid Poult dc Soil, . White gro de Swiss, BUckvrattred c}- Satin itripe pnutlds soi, Black and bluo b'ack, qro de Naples. Black gro de'Rhinc. . SHAWLS--Of all prices, nhudcn and quality from he cheap cotton up to the finest silk " and C ushmere, \ GLOVE^-jOf all kinds, colors and tize: ] llotiery, S uspenders . Print* . Ticks. Orills, Factoriei, in shirt every thins suited to tho season and market. • KcJLdy Made Clothing. Our stock of read y;made cloijj in^ is larje and splendid, and will bo sold cheap. Weds not niah to boast, but we think we can convince arty one by calling that we tell a eoud article f...
Id=205 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 13 November 1847
SPICES & AROMATIC CONDIMENTS rSuimcgs,! Sago, Mace, V . Bitter Almonds, Cloves,' Summer £*vott, Ground Cinnamon , Sweet Majoram, " Pi-pper, black, Vanilla Beans, ] Cayenne do - [ Citron, Superior Mustard, . Extract Vanilla, Pure Jamaica Ginger " Lemon Root .f",^ j " Bitter Alraonili Ground ^o . ' Oranse Flenn AVater, Coriandje^ceds, i Leavilt's Roso do Caraway ^ do | ' - jPIETeLICS FOR THE SICK & INVALID Bermuda Arrow Root, Oatmeal, I _ > Superior white Tapioca, Cooper's Isin»IaM, ' Pearl Barley, |j <-¦ Russian do Sago, , ' ! Irish Moss, Rice Flour, . Iceland Moss. Selected with care «nd nil warranted superior. J. H.SURTOf(& Co. . Erie. Juno 19,1S47. No. 5, RecfrHobe ^
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 13 November 1847
- i^ash tor Flax Seed. T WfLl pty (he highest price in caib fo» anv Vis^' iw? 1 ^^- C -M ' TIBBALS D\E 6 TfJPFS.-Madder,I. 9 , WooJ, F«»ti<- Nie VVood .Cam Wood,. Xlu ™. Copperas Stp v ff SfiSfi, £"-• Indig0 ' u * % ** Juno i!!: W ' F. RINPERNECHT. Clf* Itri -¦ y ~ ' ' 10
Id=206 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 13 November 1847
SILVER WARE.—Silver table, dessert^- saltrand mustard spbons, tongs, Isdfes m' j butter and fruit knives, constantly on 'hand i " B forsa 'eby " ' G, LOOM IS & co.. State st.,. ' nearly opposite Eaglo nC — Julv 171S4T. i i - °e betir ^_! ^ j—«r«p»,iij /t ' WINEN 'S ARCA^J^ct,,,, ftr ,./ eDr - lhan anv ; "^ * < -* -J- Co. A Si!a, J - Snrin" P- '' !
Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 13 November 1847
^^ ft I 1 4 QU A trt ..-. — .... , orT tr r f, ne u °- °rdi(r«enl «'xes and col or., for »i le at the cheap siore of ' . » «" *'*'¦¦ n ~ ' S. MCKHOS. _ >e I Fall of 1847.] BY [Fallon847. Ilail Si^^^S ! CJ JACKSON has now received his FALL O * and WINTER stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Bootii and shoes, crockery, iron and nails, t(C. &v. of which tbo folluwing comprii-e a part; , ! Broad Cloths, French, Engtiph and American, wool dyed blue, black, brown, gold and cadvt mixrd, CcsMtnercs, black, blue, plain, plaid and striped; Satinets, blue, black, cadet and steel mixed; vanvaas, padding, bttcU ram, burlaps, crash, wk'nin-i, brown and black holland, cotton diaper, linen and cotton table cloths, Itn-. en cambric; linen cambric handkerchiefs, fur-- nittire And cambric dimity, drab, white, blHck and Mate selicla, black and colored ' cambric, , brown and bleached sheetinss and shirtrnff* . ' bod ticking, apron check,red, white and green woolen flannels, pl...
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847
How to get a t'lbin Passage. 7 Those who have ever made a vaya ' ge to Brazos Sonjinrro, or^ any other point across the Gulf, in oneofourGovernmenttransports. musHiaie noticed'a crowd of all sorts of people on board—from ' the - epaul . ettecl officer to the humble private—froni tho privileged cnbin passenger to ihe quarter-master's mail ' who has 30 cat and 6leep on deck, fu <i ' not>f these movieyed crowds there is much to tench the mind, rare logons of human nature. Here rr.riy be found the favoredlson of affluence, "to the manor born," with his commission easil y if not iinmeritcdly obtai led: the bratvny »iil regular, who h;is "done ^he State service" in mhny a hard enrnpaign, but who, thbuglv rapnble of drilling a battnl|nn, is s/ill a. private; tlie youthful volunteer, inexperienced in the hardships of camp-life, Eeekiiig distinction by his vahir iii, tho battle field, and eagerly pursuing the ''bubble refutation at the cannon' s muutfrjj' tlie devoted camp-...
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847
Sad Changes dfTofiuni: 'Di you give out work bercT enfd a voFetf bo soft, soloW) to lady-like, that I- inroiunti : rily parted and looked.up: j ; ' , " \ "' , ' .. ' • ' ** , .! , <fl[o you gire out.xvotk Were?' i-. ., s- \'B-> 'Not to Etrangere' ,' ¦ wag the TudeiTeply;-^ The stranger turned ond walied iwij.' , ' [ ' * '* I left ili ' oehop^hd followed th'estrange IsdyV Passing Thompson's she pau^ed-^^wcnt.in^ heRitated-^-then turned ond fcameoiit. I l)#if snw " lior fttce-^it was teryj pile-^her Hairj black as night, was parted oh ;n' er fcirc'h' esd—tier eyes ' t<jo, were, very black,!and there was a'wildness, in them lliat rrtode|m» shiidder.r—She passed on tip Broad way to Grand Streef wMero sl?e ' enteri>d ' a miserab^j Jookin/dweVlin^ r ' Jlp 'au ' sed—should-1 WKw fuiflherl~ She ivas evidently Eafferitig jrauch. -;. I.Tr« happ ' y-^ble^sed with wealth, ajiaO, howjbler sed iji -Kusband, diildreiij'friends! -I Ktwcifei —die door Was opened by 8....
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847
From Graham's Hjgaxioc. The last Adventure of a Coquette BT TB0MA8 MAT9R BRID A more capricious coqaejtte than the beautiful Kate Crossley never played with Implesa hearts. She is now a sober matron, the wife of on elegant husband, and mother of two beautiful children. We hate to rake up the ashes of bitter remembrances; (forbelieve up , gentle reader , this story, though short, is rievertlie eBu true; and we know one young gentleman at least who will recognize the unhappy iiero of it.) But we cannot pass over in silence the last episode in the unmarried life of Kale. It niay be a wurninff •» f'H»r« un-.•s.r.;.J IrtcVv, -..a -rt--.,J - oiriktng lun ' tance of that utter heartless ness which « beautiful flirt can alone feei. Kate was an heiress, that in, a moderate! fortune of two hundred thousand had been ac-i cumulated expressly for her use— for she was un only child. She hod a much larger fortune, however, in her face; and tint evening never pasce J, that the threshold o...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847
PUBLISHED EVfcRY SATURDAY BY A. P. DURLN & B. F. SLOAN, STATE STUB1 IT, E1UB, !>».. ¦I TER ATS . One copy, one year, i i ndvance, 81 50 Otherwise, two dollars a year «•" invariubly be charged. These ternu i ill bo slrictly udhercd lo in all cases. AdvertisorncrUs Insert id nt 30 cents per square or the first in*erlion, an i 25 cents for each sub' sequent insertion. Job Printin?, of all 'arie ' tics.sucji as Books Pamphlets, Handbill*, S low Dills, Card»,Steamboal Bills, Blanks for N ucs, Kcceipis. &c. execulcdin the best style arjdon short notice. . T. \V. HOORE. Pcaler in Groceries. Pr< visions, Candies, Fruit , fee. No. I. Perry Bloc ; , Suite utreet. Erie, Pa . " MARSHALL & LOCKVVOOD, Attorney .ai Law. Oil cu' up Blairs in ilio Tam many Hall buildings rilioflhcProthonolan 's Office. 9 ~ smithIackson; Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries,^Hardware, Queens Ware, Lime, Iron, iS'aila Sic. No. 121, Chcap^idc, Eric, Pa. ' • < JOHN H. MILLAR,...
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847
Td'CallnwiofbctBlifolLinfliare ftmo th« Lnuiirill Jnurntl. Thiiy breathe lha very »oul o(poctiy. andean not fnlofb«inf apprecisttfd by arery lo»«r or Ibe beau liful In jiowy. Tbeipriof ofllf« l»p«t», ' With iu bcxidinr hopMuJ f««r« . And tha Aumrou lime it cominf Wiib In weight of rlpeneil ytan—Our joyuu-nfl!> it fudioir, I Our hcatM «ro dimmtd .wflh ear«, . And youtb'a fruh dreami of gladncw, All pfri.b'darkly tbf re. While bliu vat tilooming n<ftr ut . .- lnlh«h«art'tfullburttoripriiif, Whilo miajotictni could chaer oi, Llf« leemed a glorious IhiOf! 'hike tbo /livia cipo • arirer. When the brieta f nca tiplinj o'er, Thesa hope* hid 0ed forever, To come to ut po more. 'Ti» »«J—yel iirjel—to liiten To tho .oft wind • geaila •veil, - j Aod tHtak «< hrar (he lnuiic Our childbood knew to well: To tase oat oa the even,. - And the Uouadlfttt fin(di ofefr, And feel again our tioyhood wiib. To range like auf clt there. There ere many dreamt ufglndgfii Tkat clln|...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847
Prrttv Good.—An old lily livinrr on one bf the Telegraph lines lending frdm thitv . cityi observed some workmen digj| ng ' a'hole near ' he^dour.i. .She inquired wui ' fit, , was ~ , fcjfi-f—, "To pot a post in for jthe Tellj froph, : '. was tho answer/ Wild with f«ry arid 1 affright, ShS inioritinently seized her bonnet, arid r4n"t ' o her ne«;t ' neighbor with the : news, ^' iVV^i j ipt do|you think!" she exclaimed,, in breathless haste, " they ' re o-scUin',u|> that-cussed jprfr af.'raph right agin my door, nndndwl reckdti a »dy: can't spank-n,child; or:tcold<a,hand, nr rhoi' with a neigribdr, 1 but tHat'Wigiiy thng -llbettilabbin it i'l ' ovWr ijif f SlioWl^ iv^h'tV^nd'itS.^llii^^-ejjgh '^^^^' vrh f^ there ain ' t. npnei of them onnateraj 6t\titA\'vf Ipuittill' Exnminm. i-. 'i¦ -. ¦ ¦r-<: r ">•'! ti'l ¦ •''•"*• - I,-, ,. r r^. . ¦¦ :' . ,..i ¦ •' '^ ¦ ¦ v^ l.'ii-c . Phactical AboLiTiq,Nt8H.—Capt,. Gagfif, of; the Steamer Albany i« for ' ftavmg;tni...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847
B. TOMLINSON U Co. Forwardinc and Coinu isjion Mcrchantyj 109 French Sircct, Erie, ami a< 6thSinciCun-il|Ba Bon,«l<o deal>Ts in Gioccrica and Provision. " . HENRY C VDWELL. Pealsr in Hardware, Dm Goods, Grucerics, &c. east siiioof iho Diamoi d, and one door cast of J ho Eayle Hotel, Krie, Pa. , EAGLE IOTEL, Dr IliramL. Brown, 'cor icr of Slate strcrt and the Public Ffjuare, Erii, Pa. Eastern, Western, »nd Southern Staao oil co. ' ! " LYTLE bHAMILTON. Nijliionablo, Merchant Tailors, tin the Pnlilic Square, a few doors w :sl of Stal^ilrect, Eric, . ~ r T6m7io inson. T Pcjler in Thcoloiic.il . Miscellaneous, Sunday *nd Classical School Equ1; ; Smiionary, elc, etc. No. II\, FrenchStreplj, F.rie . Pa. _ ' P. A. R. BR^VCE, i Attorney andt-oiiiiccMoratlaw , Pruiric duChicn, | W. T. " practice* »n thrcountfes of Crawford. Grant and lowa . 'W. T.and in Cl<iylo$ county, ! loivaTprriiory: - I ' ! BUIlGUFFEKii'iierici of School Bi«5ks, ( ,2, JL tJ. 7,-t...
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847
Lkperos.— : The following graphic defcriptiun of the Leperos of Mexici) s from the Boston Herald: j_ "Nobody can tell the Lope 'o's occupation; God only knows how he lives. He has almost as little need of .the tail >r as Adam and Eve had in Edon; his skin drinks the sun at ev ?ry pore. An edict requir ng the Leper 0 to wear breeches would extit guish the race; a Lepcro in a whole pair of br( cches would nn longer be a Lepero; for one \\ ant creates another. Other men have hoi ses and lands; the world belongs to the Lepi ro. He has no master, lie kumvs no law, helrats wlipn he id hungry, drinks wlicn he is Irv, anJ sleeps when and where he is sleepy i pOthermenrcst frnrh their labors; tho Lepero works when he is tired ii'Iiiziness. . IIi» work, however, never lasts m_ j re than an Ijptir, seldom mure than terror 1 fifitj'n minute?; just lung enough to provide .tin! few and small wants of the day. He ' ca||ies a traveler ' s trunk to his lodgings; docs nnytliinp that comes ...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847
- . WESTERN HOTEL, ! . . ¦ » JOl'N ORAf IAM, ' « Propri ' tior. The ¦in! v , "ubscribcr v ould respectfully inform Bllll. U 'Onds and the traveling public genir»liy,tnathe has lease d for a term of year* this tow and commodiout Houae, litualed at tho £)Shlli Street Canal Bi.in. This location renl«r» the " WESTERN " preeminently the nio«t ^ nrenient and defin lie stepping pl ace foir til oilier (Joins business o ' traveling on the Cant). There is, »lso,.atuiclie< lo this, establishment a ' * re< and cont«oienl S able for the SScrof-fioat"len and others having lorses. ^ . ' i *o pains or expense I as been cparet^in fitting "Plhis house for the convenience, comfort and Pi'Mura of giiesii, and the Proprietor trusts by , '>'leltuention to bnsint»tpjncrit Mid receive a •¦l «feofriibticpa|rona ' "f. " ' * , - V'«. April 21, J81T. " . - O
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847
Later and importnnt firom Mexico Dcnth of Cap'"'" t^»lkff— Revlnt ' ion in Pueblti—Jiturch of Gen I'attersoii's train—• List oftiffieerfiiturninff—Cluiet inth' e ' eity of Mexko—Duel at Feat Cruz, fyc. Froju ' tbu N. O. l)cllj.,eXlro, Nov C, By the N«w;Orh»ans, which haajust nrrived, wo have received tho lustest tates from Mt-xico. " We have papers and letters from our correspondents in Vcra (,' ruz na Into ns the 1st Nuvcntbor. Gpii. Puuersiir was io leave Vera Cruz on the 1st in»t.> The whole number of the train ni\d escort is 5,C 00 6lron j, o/id 2'JO wagon*. Capt. Biscoe's ringers accompany the train. The brave Capt. S. li. Walker, of Texas, was ' killed in an aetion with the Mexicans a: Huainantlu. Mr. Bnnkhead, tho British minister arrived at Vera Cruz from the city of Mm ico, on the 29tli in a very feeble state. He ivasgiinrdetl into the city, from Jnlapa, by Cn| lain Fairchild's ranger.-', and will leave Vera Cruz, in the English steamer. I A severe norther co...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847
LA rURTHER X0QTn9JTIO|( , OP TBBHITOHX 1 ( DEMANDiilJf BY OfflBMBaOD./r -j 'I <bnc of the afgiimeuts upiil by the Federaji lisJs against a fulrtW Acquisition of territory on thi" shores of theU'acific, s thai iiwijp^bepjf ino benefit to w eithet . in.a triurnl ' uiVe ' or. corat-! meiciul point of vie ' p-^ nd t lie refore . wo«hou(d not, in making a treaty otjfence with Mexico, iniike such an lacquibition our ultimatum. -j-IThiiF, for in--iaiice, one of our cotemporuries ccintenda that the nrqni.-it on of theCaliforjnius and a partjof Mew Mexico, can neither give us "wealth," "comine ce" nor "political power." If the acquisitioi of the*e territories will-open a new-field f;ir commerce—if I shall open a new market fb " bur manufacture, and present a new arena for enterprise and industry—we think it will give us "wealth," aiid wealth inustof iiece^s ty give us "uoliti en 1 power " among the net ions of ihe earth. Letue, tUerefote, examiiu . the Btjbjeci iu this light—not...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847
Letter from Mr. Van Buren LlKDK.tWALD. Oct. 20 " , 1847.' -MtDeak liin:—1 liadili • honor u few days since, to rec« ive your, friendly loiter, apprUIhg me of yo lr desire to place my (mine, nfter the close jf die then upproachittg canvass w Pennsylvc nia, At (ho head ' of your paper aa the choice oC'thc sterling Democracy of jour district for' the Presidency, nnU of*o infortning me >f a fimilur disposition among the Democrma of tlie surrounding districts. The franlness of your communication and ?no disintere eted motives by which it has ob viouily beenj dictated , command . ^ rny respect and confidence.- Instead, therefore, of replying to it thr< ugh <niy old. and fast friend in your vicinity, as you suggest, I address my •elf directly to .you, and shall express my feeling! and opinions with the freeJum and sincerity which are due to tbe subject—to my poiition in t ?g»rd to it—and to the respect and gratitud) with which your conduct baa inspired roe. - ....
Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847
STEM OMEf VEIt - ¦} "ThfciWorld ia C^t^tno^^o Mdbh. " i ISniardrtf 'jWorulinf* j^ivctiftri- !JO. |S4>. [ff/ ^Ttiois. II. Ellis on is a daly authorizi agent to procure subbcribcrsVur this paper " . ¦ .(JJ^'Aniunusual'crowd of adcertisemem this week has c:>mpcile3 us to curtail tli space,U8uojly. allotted to reading matter. fX^NVe asl< the attention of ' those intere ; ted to the cardof-Dr.Cbaroberlin. Hobrinj [with i' iim ample testimony of character it fkill. ' .„,,; ' - . , . ' • ' . . ¦ .' •! Q5**iA : Well-toId*-Jale, an excellent joke ubon the i^M- ' D.'s, 1 ' and several other matters ' will ba found on the first page. CC/ ^Col. Roberts, of the.2d Penn»ylvai ia Regiment of Volunteers, is dead. HewRia man.much respected by those who knew hi n, and was a : brave and.meritorious officer. ¦ Ho was a resident of Pittsburgh, , :.' -., ¦fX/*The Gazette has n sweeping article this week Upon the "influencecof Tdylorisii" upon the whig* in this Stale. "A good ti...
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 20 November 1847
M» OLAT IH THE FHJU1 i jOhee indrt>>Mr. r Clay is preparin g fur * nt, i for ' he Presidency. ^Li st eumrnfr when bj fok iok tlleVjuiet, of his farm and took, a jaunt t»|C ope May. we: ' proclaimed ' t oneofhij. drp i; moves unthe political chees b'mrd, Xh j>rc> ictionsthen mtf de are.abbut being verified T\ir some time it lias beeriinnnotiriced that h« ' w ii Id nddresB his fellow ' citizens 6t Lexij). I ton Kflitucky, on Saturday last, or) the Jjj r ¦ icm war aiid the questions incident thereto. iu loniseqijencc of which tho politicians ( f eve y stripe in the whig ranks have btts ilj aj•< gf. At the present writing (ThurvUj \ the epeochhss not been received , but we ejw pic l ite ' very ' rriail; What will be its contenu has been the query ,pf every" one. VVfat " gr< und will he asrume? Will he, like CorwiB am Webster, advue.hi.-i parly to oppo9e ,l fur her prosreution " of hostilities against Jf ico by votingaguiiut.tsfifpplies? ...