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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

¦ NOTICE. —The Tin, Copper nnd Sheet Irpn ' Mannfacti.rins business will be carried on at the old stand of Ashley & Kelsey, where a con- slant supply of all articles manufactured hy him will be kept for sale nt wholesalf and retail. Old Copper and Brass Ware tokei in payment for Tin Ware. JOSEPH KELSEY, Jr. 1 Erie. July fi. 1844. 7 L. WARREN, [TAS removed his sash, blind and door Shop to XlSiute, between 7t hand 8th streets, where he will keep constantly on hand or make lo order a)I articles in hi«Une on the shortest notice. Those wishing to obtain first raio work at low prices ' would do well to give-him a call before purchas i-ia elsewhere. Gla ' zinsdonc at all limes. Glass and PuilyS kept constantly on hand. May m, 1846. ^5| ^ j ZT~ S. SMYTH r m | ^^ HAS JUST RECEIVED ««» Irom New York, pwPoriiroWsEwcss, tot Spring Fashions, and is nowready to execute all orders for HATS in the latest Fasion, and of a better' qmilitv than can be purchased here or elsewhere. March IC . ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

' ' " i I\ i i WESTFIELD MARDLE FACTORY. ' THE subscribers having ngood assortment of New England marble on hand, from different quarries, calculated for Head and Foot tables, Monuments, &c. which they offer to sell lo any one in £ric county. Pa. not living farther than Eric, lettered in first rate etale, and delivered, al the following prices: Small, for children, $1 50 per foot; Middle size, for ased people, $1 C2 per foot; Largest size SI 75 per loot. We think it would be an object for some of the Erie county people to forward us a few inscriptions as we have recently been informed by the Efiejiiarblo dealers in rather h bragging way, thai, they were slicking it to the Erio and Crawford county people good. They bras very lustily of selling to the "Pennamiles" at from ' $,2 50 to SI per foot.. Should any of tho people ol Erie county be in want of any thing in our line, they enn forWard iheir inscriptions, or come thoinsclvcs, and they shall have a first rate article at t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

POPULAR GOODS JUST RECEIVED,THE MOST EXTENSIVE ASJSORTMENT.OF LADIES DKESS GOODS! EVER offbied in tiiis cily, comprising, in part— -I ' • 150 pieces Cashmercfl and Muslin de Lains, assoned cjolors, | - 75 . do French, Scotch and German pinghams, 30 do ; Alpaccasj pf every description, 23 do ; CaliforniaiPIoids, ¦¦ - i s 40 do, ; Dress Silks ol the latest and most im-. ; proved paiterns,. 20 do j Swiss mid,Turleton Muslins, , ' .20 do i Lace and embroidered Swiss and Tar-; loions, I 50 do j: Jaconet Cambrics nnd bt'd Muslins, ,'50 1 do rSilk Fringes, assorted colors, \45 do \. Wido Gimps and Gimp cords, v 20 gross ©rcss Buttons, and cords and tassclls, 2UI) picue4 Silk ' Mu(l ' & French Imperial edgings, 150 shawls, of all p|yles, v varying in price from - . 3s to JSI5,; , 200 pair jladies and gepllemen'a French Kid Globes, assorted tolorsSSs 200 ' do Ladies', gentlemen's- andWchililren's I . Cuslimero, Worsted Sf Lisle thread GIovl J ij, , 100 do t black and while, silk -m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

BY THE QUEEN'S PATENT. CONSUMPTION CURED—TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS . OP DUCHAN'S HUNGARIAN BALSAM OP LIFE. 'PHE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY for COLDS, COUGHS, ASTHX MA, and CONSUMPTION:. ¦ , , Tub MOST CELF.BRATED and INFALLIABLE remedy for Colds. Coughs, Asthma.or any form of PULMONAHY CONSUMPTION, is the the HUNGARIAN BALSAM 01' LIFE, discovered by Dr. Buchan oq London, England, tested (or upwards of seven years in Great Britain and; on the Continent of Europe, and introduced into the United Slates under the immediate superintendence of ihu inventor . The astonishing success ol the Hungarian Balsam, in the cure of every form,of CONSUMPTION, warrants the American Agent in soliciting for trealmenl the WORST POSSIBLE CASES, that ctjn be found in the com ¦minify—cases that seek relief in vain from any of the common remedies of the day, and have been civen up by the moil distinguished Physicians as CONFIRMED AND INCURABLE. The Hungarian Balsam haa' cured, and will euro, the MOST DESPERATE Of CAS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

f/0NE CA^"BE LlKg-THtair .* DR. HF.RRICK^S - Standard Family MedicinegJ TUBFAyOniTBBETWEDV O9 I 0 ' pKvT^ tbt blgbViocomiaml of " L T J5 where beitaved apo-a tneia deftriedly popul..^lj"*o 1l by ciliitu, of>ho W|»*»t rejpecl.biliir. imlt B«iSj of Ihe mrdical prof«n1oa in every Action oftkav^ Stite. ond Britl.h PoiMiilont, cutiilcja ihra ln ^ r *\ of Ibii Conqurrf» of Dueasc. A man of Aotric 11 Canaiiaotetiiriionr u in Ihe Docior' fjjiosicMioncr^' perlorrnej by tlicie preeminent rmediti •nertheau! 1 cd IraaiRicntn^the meilicat faculty, 011J Ihe Buts^? rcmcilicxof the.day hod beon tried in »ai». i *^V DR. HERItlCK'S VEGETABLE SPfi« i COATED PILLS. J!¦ ** M»y.bo nScd wit* marked lueeeii id erery di,t.,, quiring a jenlle »nd poiili*e purjr.tii,. 7,. * with ajlnni.hmr yiicUKM1 paini .,d d.«intM '„;!!; beud, pain< end wralineiiof inr Untir. - infu >ad w all fclml» at firminflanniiuo 8ttlie iifftreni ornu! Iho human body, fool brenlb, coaled lt,n f« .hilliooirt* It, ...

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Id=205 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

SURPRISING CURE. I.ow'F.ll, Trumkull Co. Ohio, Mnrcli 0, 1847 .Mtssrn Kuld li. Co.—Unsolicited 1 send this lesiinioni.il concerning Dn. C. M'LANE'S WORM SPECIFIC. About icven years since 1 was called upon 10 visit a young women abDiil twenty seven years of age. I tbund her laboring under strong symptoms of Prolapsus Uleri. She informed me thai she was unwell for something like ei g ht years, and that she had been treated by severafofthe neighboring Physicians, who failed toeflVcta cure —and in fact had spent all she had —and was s'.ill in no better condition then when she commenced taking their medicines, and wai compelled to work what she was ablo for her board. The Physicians to whom she had applid, had unilormlv trea'ed her as in case of Prolapsus Uteri, and other complaints peculiar 10 females. For six or eight weeks (treated her case as #)c of Ihe above to-nlioned, viiinouliahy beneficial effect. J5he was taken with vomiting blood, and from some other symptoms that existed at...

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Id=196 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

The greatest Discovery of the Age! SSiT.Sfi!*.* ™*«1«ETIC OINTMENT. ^ KnuSlJ?¦? "'""""I" <o eunibino the ELKCTUIU li fc A ^ fa rm , of an < »»n<niei»t—tu bo applied externaljJZt, i^°" al0 »"'°f <1UW". Tho uln.oM unlimile.1 .ue-I>l3An l WB^«Ll ^!l . aln?i "« it at °" c0 " 10 aHEATKST SI? GO Y$*\Or T"E AGE. It I, con.tiunlyoffcctliig cures of Iheoftlio utmost iroporiaiiiu. Tlioroo.-tiiicrc.lii \"V i"" CONVINCED—tin niutl rai(lilc«» nro compelled wbolleireln the power aotl virtue ol' tliugrcal romcilv •. ..A ™ """al ly admitted to be THE MOST WOS'liKR THb£8?£Hf?VWi . F OWN "» "'° WORLD fur the IMMEDIATE UKLIF.P ••fdjte.i u and puiu. It never IkiUwliita thar*. remains .ufflcicnt lifo to rcttnro Ji natural and healthy action to ili.i cnpilbry vo»cls ul'ilio boart and eouathethi; circul'ili' iiLofUirhlaoii. llv tlii> innlnl f^'"ij >«t>l>oictritgainnl<)rirlli€mjilmaligiiwii/itinist/ i • o *"" c '' "nnot beblitjiueJ f...

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Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

FOR THE CURE.OP THE HEPATITES, OR LIVER COMPLAINT, i DYSPEPSIA AND SICK HEADACH. This remedy havinq; been for several years employed by the proprietor in his practice on a ' very large scale in Monjonghcalia, Preston, Harrison and Randolph countries, Virginia, besides Beveral other places, and having been attended willvihe most happy effect, he has been from limo to time Bolicled in udopl such a source as<AVOuld give it a more extensive circulation, with a view lo lesson the amount of human sufloring Avvaro of the fact that nnny useless nostrums have been palmed upon the public! he hesitated several years, until ihnrnughly convinceil that the above medicene, if properly used, would not fail to effect! cures in a greet many instances, and even to alleviate those case* which are quite incurable. Symptoms of a Dittcttted Livtt.—Pnin in the right side, under theedgsofthpribs, increased on presMire. Sometimes the pain is in the left cite. The patient is hardly able to lie o...

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Id=253 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

NEWGOOI^SJ FuHof J 847.] >BY ^jJFaTlWlSfi CJ JACKSON htn now received I is FALL p. and WINTER stock of Dry ~ G( ads, Gnceiics, Hdrilnarc, Boots and shoes,croc terr ,im and noils, ^- c. &c. L of which Ih' e ' following tea' prisu a pan. -. / • r Broad Cloths, French, English and AmeiiciB, wont djed blue, bIackHbrq\vn, gold ind tidil mixed, Cashmeres, black', - blue, plain, pM . and striped; Suiinei?, blue, black, <Jadet id steel mixed; canvass, padding, buck/am, bylaps, cr:>s]>, wisj>in«, brown and black bolting ¦ colion <iij"pcr, linen and cotton lable,cfolhf,li» encambiic, linen.cambric Iiandkerchiefa, fa ni'.ure tin<] cambric dimity, <lrab,uhite,b'«k 5 and slal/3 selicia, block and.eolorc . d cambtiii brown and bleached sheetinas and shirting , bed lickin?, apron chec^,(rcd, while i nd »mi woolen Aumicls, plaid lingerscrimsonfcut , , irrcen and drub moreens, i>ilk and / tabby Tthi", black and colored, silk ...

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Id=241 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

PROTECTION. THE Eric County Mutual Insurance Com Jany continued to insure against loss aiKl.duiiayc hy fire; on buildings, goftds and merchandise of all descriptions. Office on the east side of th^ Public Square, between Gihand 7th streets. /, DIRECTORS. Wm. Beatty, . . J. H. Williams, J. C. Spencer, ' George Selden / Thomas Willis, Smith Jackson I Giles Sanford, Elijah Babbitt, i C. M. Tibbals, John A. Tracy i W. H. Towrisend, ' Hamlin Russcl, Henry Cad well. . '¦ GILES SANFORD, President. J. C. Spencer, Treasurer. . I George ; Selden, Secretary. i June 3, 1817- . jV3 • RANTED! j TN excharise for Goods, any quantity of Good HEMLOCK FENCE BOARDS, 6,8,16,and 12 inches wide, 14 and 16 feet long. , I HEMLOCK JOICE, 1 12 by 10, and 2 j-2by 12; 15, I6,|I8 and 20 feet-lon». **«, I HEMLOCK STUDDING?, 2 by 5 and 3 by 4; 10. 14 and IG fi;et Ion», for which the hishett ma. % t price will be paid, when delivered tit! his Luma. vaid at the foot of Fremh street, if WM- TRUESDAIL. Erin, Mmch ...

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Id=206 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

BLACK LACE DEMI VEIL—A new lot uf these very fashionable articleFJust received and selling very low at the New Store. _ ° ct - 3I - __¦ _. ' .-Ahl??** . & J?PLt- _ RICH OltEUON PLAIDS selling for - 20725 and 31 1-4 cents per yard at the New Store. Gin^h anii selling proportionally low. I OcVm ALLYNJi-COIT. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. LETTERS Of administration de tionis 11 on have been granted to the subscriber on the estate ol Richard Skinnor,|late of North East township, j deceased. Persons indebted to said estate, or having claims against tho same, arc requested to call and present ihem properly authenticated for settlement, and settle their indebtedness. 1 JOHN P. HALL, > . .. „ ' ELLIS A. OWEN, J Adrars-Oct. 30. 1847. . ' 6iS4 t | . . i ! •! , . I Important Decision. THE contested trial that his been existing so many years has been finally settled by " a Jury of Twelve Ladies, and their decision tt, That the purrsi, 1)0*1, most fragrant and cheapest Teas to bo had...

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Id=200 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

"Not fora Day but for all Time. " erTANTON'SKXTKliN.M.Iir.MKDY. CALLED HUNT'S IsINIMENT, 4 HAS now given abundant evidence of its healing powers, and proved itself the m»sl e.tlraordinary and wonderful medicine in the world.— Inlhochort space of two years, it has acquired a reputation for curing discaso and rclcavius pain JlaX greater than any medicine ever discovered.— III wonderful cures have istoimhed tho Medical Faculty, who now universally concede its L'reat valuo. They spea,k of il in thchiglicst terms and commend its 11*0. It is condemned by none. On tho contrary, its praise is universal. The caeca 01' curci arc .10 numerous that it would take volumes to recount them —and it is a fixed fact, and is not disputed, that at a pain extractor il has no equal. For the many astonishing cures, sec the pamphlet to be had oj each anerlt. If you suller with cither of the disf «Jascs for which it is recommended, resort ul ence to in use and be cured. For the following diseases it is an ...

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Id=232 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

NEW ¦& AJM*?. GOO D S. « ni7 W ' "•¦ ¦ * tfiJ*iwMM«* "" •[ A RE nowicccivinsa large ond eleganl a»sort-XX mentor Fall and Winter Goods, which li»ve been selected with great care. It is their determ7Bailon|g nieril the rcpillatlon of presetting lo purchasirlrihe. richest, topat rfesi rable si] lc« land cheapest OowOiof any atabflahnYent in (he place. They would respectfully invite tho public to ball and examine their stock: among which majf be found, the most beautiful . assortment qjE Frtncb and English , ' u, . I DRESS GOODS, everbroti;ht to.this mark*% % comprising extra rich Mohair Lustccs, OregSfc and California Plaid*; Silk Plaids; Pie in and Satin siriped Alpacas; Cashmeres;- pl« in and reps> M de L»1ncs; Bombazines; B'te ch, English and Scotch Ginghams, ^c., &c. - All o a most superb lot of SHAWLS-Brocba. Damask Silk, Embr )idered Thibet, Turkon, • Printed Cashmere, Mohair. M. do Laines, Woolen, Plaid and an ah lost endless variety of other styles. ...

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Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

OUR FLAG IS THERE! ARE HERE' , r VICTORY! VICTOIIY!! HURRA! HURRA!! HURRA!!! The new Jew Store again' Ahond! JUST recoUed at llm Alto Jew Store, No. 1, Fleming Block, Siaic sirci-i, n new ami sp'.en-Hid asBotimcm o( FALL & WINTER GOODS! conpiaiin:; in part of BIWA ' DCLO t'US.—French, En^lislionil American black, blue, brown, guld uii'^c adei mixed Broadcloalh", cheap as the-clicapcstj' ALSO.—Cassimeres and Vcsiingu lomatch, both as to color imaluv uiul pri<"'. OROCERIES.—A " general nssmtini'iH of choice -. Groceries, which will tin sold pmk'CVii'v low. CROCLEUY.—Abcjiuii ' iil assonmuijt 6f crockery at prices fh'atcanjiot IbHio please." BOOTS AND StIOES.—Without boastin-r we can truly pay we have th-; cheapest, and busi asaorlmomof Boms an.l Shoes, inuludms Ladies, Gentlemen and Boys, ever brought to tliis cily. CAPS.—Men and Boys caps, lhat cannot f.iil in III both the p'.irae nhd head — ciiinoaud iry.

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Id=240 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

THE DELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETY Insurance Company, (or niltADKLriiiA,) A RE no»v doing business on ihe mutual f lan, il giving the assured a participation ih iho profits of ihe cotnpany, without liability jbeVo . nd Ihe premium paid. ' _ " 7 J " Risks upon the-Lakes and Canal insu«i?il on the most favorablo lerms. Looses will hcliberally and promptly adjusted. Fire risks on merchandize, buildings nnd <ther property, in town or country, for a limited term or permanently. — ( ' I DIRECTORS. \ JosepbjH. Seal! James ' C. Hand, ! Edmond A. Souder, • • Thcophilus Pauldin John C, DavrsJ H. Jones Brooke, " Robert Burton,) John Garretl, John B. Pinrosc, Hugh Craig, Samuel Edwards, George Serrell, I Henry Lawrence, David B. Sjacey, / Edward Darlington, . Charles Kclley, i Isaac R.Davis, J.G.Johnson, f William Folwell, MVilliam Hay, / John S. Ncwlin, Dr. S. Thomas, L Dr. Ri M. Huston, Jolirf Seller, Jr.j ^ Spencer Mcllvainc, :g. Richard S. Newbold, Sec'y. Wm. Martin, Pres'l (lC7^"App...

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Id=254 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

The Question Settled! WHILE various {peculations have Ipr iw* . time absorbed the public mind in r«ln|C? to the cause of so much dark weather, '' f""i cenffy been discovered lhal it is the effect y*0 *'1 immense piles of Goods (on paper) as lia>*k< n heralded forili by all the public newspa ieif of tM place, since tlie return of a few of our netcbC 'J from New york, Boston and Philadel his. ^ licving this lo J>c the case, and knowii s th*' "* notice of our Stock would most likely piducetr lal darkness, we have until now . -deicrr id toy U tieeof ii, and in doing so we would atl tho gd citizens of Erie and VicJnity to bear wltU a* , ' ' anothcrdi ' sit of ihe Sun's disc be intridedup* by our piles of New Goqds. and cbnrole the* selves while carrying offijie precious pi reels, it as the pile grows lees the darkness' g rt luallj.iT cedes! j ' *», Come on then ^ nnd avail yourselves of the ' if portunity [thus offered of enriching you »nd ^ rtf> ring light ...

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Id=247 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

BY HOCTS. ELLIOTT feROSE. WHO ure permanently located in Erie, |Pcnn. where all Surgical and Mechanical operatione)in th( science of Dentistry, will be done wilh all that case, neatness and durability which, long experience and cxtuisive .opportunity, together wilh a through knowledge of all the-late improvement:: ofthe Baltimore DetalCollege alone can givol . ¦ Drs. Ell iolt or Rose will visit the foil >wing named places once in sii' or eight wceke, viz. eaut, Ohio, Springfield, Girrd, Loqkpbrt, Uonneaut , Ohio, Springfield, Girard, Lodkpbrt, FairvieW, Waterford, SVattsburah and]North East, Erie county. Warren and Columbus, War-' rcn coimiy Pa. Ladies and gentlemen living in or near either of the above- named places Who need the services of a Dentist, can be wailed upon at their residence, by addressing us alj Erie. Particular attention, will be paid to the health pi the Gums, as well aa to restoring and preserving the TeeihJ Pivot Teeth will be inserted after the latest...

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Id=255 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

-^— _ _>^ i U JJ — To Blac csmitns. BELLOWS, Anvils, Vices rind Hannw* Spring Steel, Cast <!o., Enslfsh, telistti»«J American Steel; also, Ni il Rods! Baiid,Bar •» Hoop Iron, which can be had en terms to tuil * our old wtner opposito tf e Eaalal . ; - Oct. 20. WILL IAWS tiW RIGH^. • EATHER.—500 sic es gestfeaiifrn U^w U just received from I )e maniifici irers. ~ Ocu SO W1U.IAM3 » WRjggST~ ' " wantisd/- : " _ji SExchansefor G6odi-20 biecei Do0 ** )Flannel: " 500 prs. Vi oolenT Soct >; 1«J* WWlen Yatn. W. C. & RJP. HULBERT-. Oct. 9, 1847. _— ' ——"-% /filAPS! CAPS'i-Fur ^ Cloth, (SlaJfed ano^W \>Caps, a good assortni int. jj cnN Oct. 30 1817. -QEO SELDENjJ^Sg^ f^nfTpTECllS^a?. r HaogingSTBoraw^j 1 DUUand Window I ap«r amon i »-bieh «'* be found some of tho "Ro i;h and Ready «£.. Oi-t.sn •, GEOrSELPEN & S0>.

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Id=246 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

G 1ROC13RIES.—An excellent assortme 1 !)! of 1" -Groceriejs can ai all times be found at jio. 4 Cheapside , BROWN & M'CARTER. j A "S- *l I . I ¦ |O POUNDS of good Coflee foroncdollaK and * ¦* other things in proportion at N»- 1 Perry Block. July 17. 1817. ¦[ I Public Notice ! T.S HEREBY GIVEN that, ihe Siockholders of J.lhoT2rie;Bank, in ihe county of Erie, intend to make application 10.the next Legislature for a renewal of the charier, by the name and style of the Erie Bank', in the coun ty of Erie, to remaiiji located in the Borough of Erie, in Ihe county of Erie, wilh tho samo capital and privileges as it now baa. By order of the Board of Driectork . ,f C. M' PARREN, Cashier. ' ErlBBaijik, July 23. 1317. v ~ Dentistry. I

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Id=248 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

New Goods! New Goods! WE are receiving our stock of FALL AND WIN TER GOODS, which we belie je will ,vie with dny in the place in extent, style and quality. I Wo forbear to enumerato stylds and onaliues having none of iho spirit of ihe brogadpcia, and presume that if we were to advertise 1000 pieces splendid silks, 10,000 pieces Alpaccas, 1Q0 casPslFrench Merinos, rich cashmeres,! Parametta cloth, Mobair Lustres, Oriental, Calfornia, Monlcray and Oregon Plaids, &c. &c, our trade would noi thereby be increased in a rational and intelligent community. \Ve have only to say on this point thai we have a (ull and complete Assortment of such goods in our branch ofthe trade as the market require*, and.wo oiler them with ourlslotidingpUtt g? to sell at the iktapttl raies they can be bought in the borough for cash. Please call and lei us talk.over this maltet a little at .METCALPS . No. 1, Reed H<use, Sept. 23, 1847. ' .. .. 19

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