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Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847
LADIES DRESS GOODS.—Here we are, at home. Wo have cashmeres, de lanes without number and ulmo3t without price; Ginshums and Alpaccas/Culifornia plaid? and Swiss mid TorUton Muslins; ivido j»iinp antl <rimp cotd; ilrcss hutions, coidsand Us.-iuls; butwltai is the \ise of cnumerarin^-we h ave every tiling to make the handsome more dhiue and the ti^ ly enchanting. SILKS—Striped and Plaid Poult de Sois , White gro dc Swiss, • • Black watered fySalintlripeprnillde soi,: Black and blue b'ack, gro de .Naples, ' Black gro de llhinc. SHAWLS—Of all prices, shades and ipialiiy from the chea;> cotton up to the faie.it silk and Cashmere, GLOVES—Of all hinds, colors and sizes. Hosiery,Suspenders, Prints, Ticks. Drills, Factories, in bliori every thi-ig Buitcd to the season and market.
Id=201 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847
Cash for FJax Seed. ][ WILL pay the hishest price in cath for any quantity of Flax Seed" . C, M.TIBB\LS Aug. 27, 1847. YE STUFFS.-Madder . Los Woo.ir?u7 . « Wood, Cam Wood, Alum, Copperas, Blu. Vitriol, Cream Tartar, Indigo, &c, lor sale cheap for the ready, by —— 2 ?1_____W ^ F L RINDEIINECHT. B R HOC SASH t A ^ " LS -^meVio^oTcr^ JLJ do. M Delaine do, of differsnt sizes and col •" , Tor sale at the cheap store of B*'t - m - P. JAf-KROV
Id=249 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847
CUIEGON PLAIDS.-A few pieces of the / ^ bove rich article on hand, and selling cheap arthe new Btt.re. ' ALLYN Si COIT Oct. 16. ¦ J aa 1 ' Cash for Barley. ' ' k THE fiibscriber having rented the commodious warehouse of P. Arbueklo, Esq. at the 8th Street Canal Basin, U now ready tuiedeive and pay cash for 15,000 bushel* of good clean B«ley-* ALFRED; Kl N<5. ' Erie, Sept. *0,1847. \ , SOU
Id=199 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847
Ready Made Clothing. ¦ Our stock of ready made clothing i* lar>re and splendid, and willbcsold cheap. We do not nish to boast, but we think we can, convince any one by calling that wo sell a "ourl article lor a smaller sum than any other establishment in lovvn. Ai any rate "the proof of the pudding U in the cat' in-," therefore TRY US! fl'jPiMind the name nnd nunilier. ISAAC ROSENZWE1G & CO. Erie, Scat. St, 1617. 19
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 December 1847
FIRST AND LAST QUARREL BY ORACB SHWELL. Wo make our otvo path, aud iing our owp >badoir ur on it.—/.. £. u. "Iideclare," said Mra. Fenton, "it's too had that I should be neglected!" and she untied her hat string and threw aside her shawlf while her eyes cparkloJ and her cheeks burnoJ with the rcscutuient which she felt towards her husband. "Here I've eat ready ami wating for three long hours; but it'6 too late to go now, for the fair closes at five," and she looked at ber watch. It wanted only twenty minulcsof that time. "Heknew how very anxious I was to go," continued she, '¦and it's shameful, after promising me ho would surnly bo here at' three, to break hi* Appointment. But I presume tie has never thought of it .aincc, and will have that for an excuse when he crimes that he had forgotten it, as he lias several times before. Forgotten.' Ye?f * tlmt ie <he way now, although a year of our wedded life has Hot yet flown!" ond the tears of vexation and disappoin...
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 December 1847
: . HONESTY. We have often heard tlie motto repeated, that "honesty is the best policy;', ' To the truth of this motto, our assent- Was always bjeen given: yet while odHaith has been unshakeri we ht ve seen dishonesty triumph. The term which hcadsjbis article is a rari quality. Ma ly pTofess*it, - but few possess if; It is tfqijtittt g*which good merchefish, but which rogues abuse. Policy is not always) honest. Political leaders are " not always influenced liy motives of fair dealing. Righteousness is he t nt all times the line by wbictt they square thfeir conduct. The rfian u-ho. talks about hanestyV should: come to the t: sk with clean hands and a pure heart. P«liii:al gamesters, religious bigo t* , fanatical reformers, shduld never repeat th« hal|oived temi; They are not supposed to understand its meaning or appreciate its fare*. fc5elfi-<hne8?, ' (kfriagbgtieisni,- hypofe'risy, double dealing; are it compatible xvith professions of HonDsty. None but the true man is go...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 December 1847
11KXJAMLV GRAM, Attorney and Cotni.iellur ntr.ti«; Office No. 2 . Slate " at..appoint 1 the Kafili" Hntrl. Krie. Pa. GRAHAM &, THOMPSON, Attorneys & Counsellors at Law,Ull ; .ce 011 French street, over S Jackson Sf CV3. Siore, Erie April 2«, 1S47> . ' ¦ ¦ 40 I. ROSEN'/WEKi fc Co.. Doalors in Forris ' n nnil DoiniMie r>ry Good*, Heady Made Clotimijr, l»oo s and Shoes, Uc. f.c, N». I, Kleinming Bloc!;, Stile Street, Kric.Pa, * UALBRAITIIS Si LANK, Attorneys and (Jolinsellors al Law—Ollicc on Sivili ¦ ¦trcct, west side of the Public Square,, Kri.-, Pa. j j. cii nr. vitii. iv. \. GAi.nnAiTii. «'. s. i.»V |F I G. LO0MIS fc CO. ^ Dealers in \V.i:cln. '.-<,;-Ji:nt'lry, Siher, firrniniJ.Sil vit, Pl.i'ed iuid-fJiKinnniu Wan;, Oullcry, Military and F.incy Goods, No.7 Reed House, Erie JV ' 2 _ WILLIAMS kAVRIUHT. I Mr'hoiesaleam) ttc(ai) Dealers in Dry Good«,OSrp. cprics, Hard\varc f )CrucUery, Glassware, Iron, .Nails, Leather, Oils, etc. etc. corner o...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 December 1847
AUTUMN BY QEOttQK X.DSIT Onca more ¦mhl (be harrevt fleldf with Autumn's ttorc* •inbrowued,. With floweri nod fruiu nod golden grain, ia rich profusion crownctlf Behind oir atoi'i (ho fiutnriicr fiufei, be Tore us all appear 1 Thebuesitut wUU tfacix glory piiui iho"clo»ing ticuo of year. " ; Onco more weVft *ttH the (eniol eirth mag wluter from her arm 1, . , I For ub unfold hor mighty btart dod give a* afl her charm*. . 1 ; Ouce mort;we**a mot la* aa»nior*J sun amid I he blaze of Juue, And galh«r«d Natura* bouotiec in, beneath Ihfl harre&t Mood. . * f The format leaves, of late to ireibi Mo ilrowod ana withered ruuuit, . ' The voiea* of tho coming winter storm* tweep o'er the naKod ground; _Tho .birds that filled the living air hnve *prend ibelr won-¦ t" ted wing, Afar beueatb aaother ak^, to seek another apring. r Vet thouglt the circling fdafoat change, aad each to-«uutcd its teign. Ohfiiotror this wo grieve to ico the year's dojmrting tn\in, For hopes ihftt ftu...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 December 1847
71 ' ser "'9 <" ' sLhool It.mksvl, • - ', l . ' , an,l.>, i,.r M|c at No. Ill, French St. "«,Majii . 1M7, 5i v r( ' N B\VK.STABLISHMENT, " '"' if,. ' ""',' »"ii1g oiipunile tko Ea^lt Ilotrl. ' v\ \* l V ^'-'- ari^now receiving tVom •^' w 'l or); jind openiiii'at their neu slore ivm- ' v 51 '" 0 " 1 ' 1 "" 1 " 0 ' " ll ' il'1' "n(11" "^ l '"" !lh|c ¦'•' ' 1. (¦ 'mlir.ieiii!: ihc lutes! ssylrfof worh ^'^i .) "-.iir- '^i, Clocks. PUhJmlt hriUania X * . '' ""'i-y, Mttl Trimmings, ttamphtnt ¦ > -«ri..i m;n, 7..,o«£ii|o- alassri, (. 'J',1 /» ,lis, r "ulia i'ejier;il v.-iricly ol V-efu\ a"i> Or' ' " : Vtu li 's. CM ami see ichiit u,,u willice. ¦n "2fi ,M _ 7. e, u Cash For Flax Seed. ,., '^i ll lie p.iid for unc thousand'hushelsof '•'^¦- '¦'¦1 b y CAKTKIt Ji liltOTfKCK. \ ' ' •'• 1*1'. No. G, Kced llouoe. ' , ' ^^ —Loaf, Crushed, P-.ilvcnzcil, (, 'lari"''' • '"t'.oU' iTO, Havana, New Orleans Su' '-' t J jo .11 No. I Perry Rlock. - • t. w. .Moonn.
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 December 1847
[II'.XRV CADWJ- >')It in Hardware, Dry Cinod', Gmcerir", &c. f<<t••nlccit 1 lie Oiainond, and o.ie door rust o( »icti«le Uo'.el, Erie, Pa. ' . e.\(;le ho'J'el, ~ '.'UiiainT.. Urourf, corner ol " Siale street and 'Jr l'lililieujnare , Erie, Pii. Eastern, Westurn, ^ndSoiiilipfn St.ijfe office. I LYTLF.k. HAMILTON. ' ['' ¦iifim lili; M.Tiham Tailori, oil the Pulilir Pi'iro,' a lew door-' tve-t of State ttrcet, Krie, JOEL JOHNSON. p" '.- m Th.'<il..^\c, l\, MUeellanemi-!, Sunday, V' 1 \'}T^ S ' h ' m ' «r>»li;S.:,rip,,ar 1 y. cic. ctJ. " i-V M _ ^ FrcnihStreet, V-rir», Pj, I I' - A. U: BRACK , "' ¦ nr, .,, .v anci Ccni-i.-elJor ,,/,,„ , |. r!lirie ,lu C|,icili if. ' 1 '•P r ";" t'1"! ''ii,lliecoiiiitics of Crawford, 111"" 1 . ' . 1 " 1 |OK *. «l- 'I' -and in Clayton county,
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 December 1847
SMItH JACKSON. Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queens " Ware, Lime, Iron, Nails &c. No. 121, Chcsipsulc, Eric, Pa. JOll-S II . MILLAR, : ' County ami I!oroii;;li Surveyor; office in Exehnnae Riiitdin;*. French 9t, Eric. . " JB. . N. UUI.I1EHT &. CO. ' ' BlivyALO, X. Y. STORAGE, FORWARDING AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ASU Dealers in Lelii!?h and t'lric ^ Coal, Salt and Pr . oiliicii guneinlly. Pariiinl.ir attention puid 10 the sale of Produce and purchase of Merchandize. No. 3 & 4 Colmrn Square, Souil ^ AVIiarf. E. N. IIVI.Br.nT] V. DlllGUS. Buir.il,>. N. Y. ' 10
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 December 1847
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY 6V A. P. DUBLIN 4 B. F. SLOJiV STATE STIlBKT , EMB, Pa. T eTmS . t)nc copy, ono year, in advance, 81. SO Otherwise, iwo dollar* a, year will invarinbly.be charged. These terms will be strictly adhered to in oil cases. . - t ' * Advertisements inserted at 50 cents per square or the first insertion, and S3 cents for cuclisubsequent inacrtioiiV «• Job Printing, of all varieties, such as Boons Pamphlets, Handbills,Show Bills, Cnrds . Steatnboat Bills, Blanks for Notes, Receipts, &c. executed in the best slyleandon short notice.
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 December 1847
S. Tu»\ TKUlN 1WTEL, Jif.J , IJllAHA.VI , Proprietor. TI10 "1 hUM^A ' ¦ 7"' M twpectfullv inform ... 1 , ,„ . 1 ,' '"¦ atermol years tlui) .;«;"!• ° m, lu"9" ' siiiiai ^' ut tl10 ' ' • '« "WrsWi.vV" 1 - Tllis lo^.ionren"nicni nml 1 • ('rcc "»iently the most 1., ,, ' . ""arable sa pping pli.ee for ill "«i 5 o - 'r:°"****'">«*» ihoc«B«i. t" »nd " ,, ,?. ' -U;l(;licd 'o lids eslahli^imont a h' " l „ '"I 1 .""! 1 S'-'We -W the ..so of Boal-, 1 ( ""feM'ensohag ue|n tparcd in tluias ¦i'cnf, ' "1C , c«»» r onie,ncc, comfort nnd fl "" ntion P .»l >!l - lh ° Pr °P»=tor trusts by rtP^rp?;";"^ 10 moriran d receive f' Vilil, ISI7; - , ' 43
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 December 1847
. T. W. MOORE. Dealer in Groceries, Provisions, Candies, Fniit ] &c. No. I. Perry BlocU, Slqlo alreet, Eric, Pu_ MARSHALL & LOCKWOOdT Attorney* al Law. Otfice up stairs in the Torn many Hull building.norih oil lie ['rotlionotan's Olficc. 0
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 December 1847
• HENRY OLAY AND HIS SPEECH. / The'speech of Mr. Clay, 'as written out t himself, haa been issued from tho prcssesp f our three federnl cotemporaries, and has Jio doubt ore this been very generally rend ( by both parties. That the Democracy aro not totally annihilated by it, we think is prejty apparent: and that the whige, ns a body, ^re not transplanted into the soveikh Heaven thereby, or whnt is about the' enmc to thtjm, placed in a majority in Uie Union, is equally appatenlL' In fact, we have neither heard of earthquakes or tornadoes, volcauoic eruptions or oilier extraordinary manifestations—such for instance as the buii Btnnding 6till with amazement, or the moon turning green,with astonishment—as having followed its promulgation through the Innd. In short, oiie would not know, if he were not told by federnl newspapers, that any thing extraordinary had happened. We always knew Henry Clay to bo n modest man—an extraordinary modest man —but this speech, the lime, place, am...
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 December 1847
, C?* The Ilarrisburg. Argus finds fault with the. removal ol'Mr: Peacoclsy Into Post-master nt HarridbuigT—notwithstandinr' he 4 has held thu office over twenty years. '1 iie same yaper objected toitho re-nomination of Govprernor Kliunk bpcan'sa he had held tho station dne term. There ' s consistency.—Easlon .¦P';gus. , )| 1 j lls > s ,)_i)i .it ihou such is the consistency .til all lhe.se one term gentlemen. They think llie " one term" principle very good for every body else h'ut themselves. fXjf° Maji)' Iturbide, who was taken prisoner at the baltle of Iluamantln, has arrived nt Philadelphia. lie is a son of fturbide, the former Hinperor of Mexico, nnd n brother to Air. Iturbide, who now resides nt Bethlehem. (X/ 8 * Among the local questions decided by the late election in Mississippi, wns one in regard to a proposed amendment of tho Constitution of that State, by which the Legis'afure is deprived of the power to charter Ii.inks. This-amendment issaid to have been car...
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 December 1847
Awful Calamity THE PROPELLER PHCENIX BURNED AND OVlill iiOO LIVES LOST!.!-! •J~ On Saturday evening lost wo received a telegraphic despatch from Wow York, announcing the distressing intelligence' of the burai pg of tlie Propeller Phojnix, on-Lake Michigan, on Sunday of last week, and (lie dwtructiao of a large number of lives. The report was not at first generally credited, but yesterday morning the Schooner Ontonagan arriyed. bringing -a corroboration of the calamity, with 8oiii3 particulars iii relation to it. . Cspt; Robins./u, of the Schooner,- saw and converted with the Mate of the Phccnix, who ia on board the Propeller Delaware, and gathered from him the following particulars: On Sunday the 21st in3t., thu Propeller Phoenix, having on board eome 200 men, women and children, emigrant passengers, mostly from Holland, besides the crew of about 30 persons and 40 cabin passengers, bound for Chicago, made Manitowoc Bay, Lake Michigan, in hea»y weather for shelter from the ga...
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 December 1847
AFFAIRS IN MBXIUO The N. O. Delta uf tho 13th gives n letter from its f»ithful correspondent '•Mustang," which saye—'•The visit of Paredes lins developed itself. \V« have heretofore been led to believe that the idea advanced, ihut one uf the European jiC'Crs was de.-iirous of planting a sprig of its dynasty in this country, wns one of those political speculations frequently emanating from fertile imaginations. Wocojild not bo inducj'd-HJ-lielievi: that Louis Phillippe, in his declining (lays, would fur a moment entertain the pniji'ci of trending hero the Duke de Montpensier (for I cannot think who else it could be) for the purpose of extending his (sovereign power over'ihisbenigliloJ country, which ii'nuid ine\ ifablv : terminate in the assassina tioii of his sou, nu I the usurpation of his aurthority by some military uspirarii; and that too, ul the hazard uf involving France in u war with the United Htutes; but, " to our surprise, such is the fjct. A proposition hau been, a...
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 4 December 1847
r nr iho Kritf Observer. PHO3HE33- A Satiiical Poem, by I. G. Saxe, Kb; York. John AUen; Boston, Jordon U Wilcr. < This ts one of tlipse rare and racy productions which may be often read, arid which wil stand the test i>f criticism. ' We sav rareb*-, cause there are but two or three poets inthiicountry who succeed in pleasant an<lnnmorous satire. Dr. Homes, to whom "Progress"' is dedicated, stands a 1 1 the head of this c/asi of writers. 'His versification is teue &nj happy, and ho has, as Mr. Saxe declnfei,"u!- eqifalled power of playful salire." But if lie Dr. i ( s "unequalled'' in his satirical capsbt lies, Mr. Saxe himself stands next to the ti!ii add bids fair' to become ^ a powerful rivalflliejiigliesbs(lionors. It is not often lhata reader finds , 1 sharper shooting than is contsi> " od in the iijiroductory lines of "Progrw 1 which afc as fyl'lows: ; . I " I i ami "In t!m our l^ppy 'progfefsive" age . \\ tii-n nil ulilii- niuliiiuiiii ...