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Id=180 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 18 December 1847

Ready Made C!6l!»ini». ' Our sloek of ' ri-afl y iili'Iu cl.ii'ji.-i^ 1- in it :\nrl ¦plcndid, and will be m>!i1 i licip. \\ ' < do ¦mi u i-.!i 10 boant, but we liiii.li ue r.:n i-.viv<i:i.-> .viv mu 1 by calling th.il we m-11 a ^..ml aiiic'i: ior .1 sn ill.r mm than any oilier iv-MhiK ' niu^ jp in :»¦>:>. .\- any ' rate ''(lie 'proof of v\ie |ihiU1\i\-' i- in liic w 1 .-in»,"lhTerori>TUV l"i! ' . JlJ^.Mind the name umi rr.nn'.cr. ISAAC itOi'ii.SXV, KIQ ft CO. I Erie, S.epu-21, 1SI7. • ' 13 I 1 . r ¦ -

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 18 December 1847

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 25 December 1847

BY CRACi: GltKRMVOOD ¦'1 Iir.">w up liie uiuilnw' 1 is a morn for In itt nm.t rulilti* luxury, llm nir li< Iiko, a hrca'.lni.ff from a r irer »orl.-f All'l IhC ^O<l'.h Win.I IK lll,0 A IjPiillf filPUd, PHrlin^ llm ii iif m r-ofily on mv l.ro +. It In.. ,c)n^ ov. r f i.r''cus ..n<l tl.i- fiower* Tli 11 k.-M"l it, iirr helr.i}i!<l; Cr u> it p.irls, Wllll n< Intl.lhli' fin^iTF. ln> loo..' li.iir, I liti.nv it h.i- li.'en I11S vh null III? ro~o An I rtmu-ini: lo Ihc \ lol. I. 'J'licre i- jov lira for n'l G.i.l r. ci uir« ii ii. The wet Icivcf Ar.- •luring .it tu loui'h. tin.Mil iI.h .ir- 1 Bit gtn? A-if ni lir.-.tt'if w.-rt-iniia c.Uiid thi^pru^i* S>n U it|) >.« imoI.-m n.l.J .. iili'ih,. il.-.v l.iki- the Mil .11 tnl.iiie »f humility," —r' Tlie (leliciiius mmni ijr which is plowing around mi 1 , iiiit) v.hch lian-recnllpil Jho vxqui.-ile . 'Jf.-crifjli'iri i'f our Rifled coiintryflinn, brii,<;s also ...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 25 December 1847

from ••George' s roari/' Hete hre tuifalded' the whole ' plot, and old Deniarest, a true patriot, armed himself, his two sons, a ' ndj three negro men, mid resolved to; defend his family, altar to the last; and Van Cte ' ef swore to live ordio with his betrothed, i ¦ ¦ , They . had scarcely.time to take the neces-.•>arjLprecautions and make tho proper preparations of defence, * when the party arrived and demanded instant admittance, and a shelter for the night; which was flatly refused.— The demand was repeated, accompanied by a threat of violence if their request were not instantly occeeded to. Their answer was a shout of defiance, from those within and a warning to reliro or suffer tho cpnaequences of an attack. ' .' The soldiers laughed at' lhoi warning and one of them who attempted to force the door, was shot through iho head, by oiieof the " negroes. ' _ 1] ' ; , This somewhat dampened tho ardor of the soldiers, who had expected to " meft with no rHistance; but ...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 25 December 1847

Peter Davidson was the ugliest man in the Shropshire. Once at a public ball a beauti-' fill woman, who hnd been several times.presscd to dance, and haJ refused, intimated that- ~ she should like to dnnce,wiih him. . Pcterbe-, lieied she had fallen in love with him, and in a very earnest way asked why she had selec- - ted liimfrorrt tire rest of the company?—"Bo-. cause, sir," .she said, "my husbunddesired mo to select a partner who could not possibly make- him jealous." Skil^in Fajimw:.—Skill sdd* more to Ibtf profiisof farming than hard work. Inthear-" tide t>f (JuitCry for instance, the eame ontlay is required, or nearly the same, to make a hundred pounds of pour butter, as would be re< quired to make a hundred pounds of that which is good. But when the two articles ar marketed there may be five- or six dollars of clear extra profit in the pocket of the skillful dairyman, j The importance of, scientific, farming is r&ilifced 1 by those who have Tonnri suc...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 25 December 1847

HUMILITY AND PBKSBVERANCB/ . A fABLB. J'rom the side.of a mountain there flbwed firth'a Httle rivolct-i—its voice was scarcely heard amid the rustling of the .leaves and grass around, and its shallow and narrow stream! might bo overlooked by the traveller. Tiiis brook, Although so small, was inspired with a proud spirit and murmured against tlrsdecreo of Providence, which had cast its lot so lowly. . "I wish I were a cloud, to roll all day thro* the heavens, painted as those lovely shapes are, and never descending again in showers; or, at least, I wish I were a broad river, performing some useful duty in tlio world. — Slinmo on my weak \vave3 and unregarJoJ bfifbblinjf. I might as well have never been, as lo be thus puily, insignificant and useless." When llio brook had thus complained, & beautiful tall flower, thai bent over its bosomy replied ¦ , "Thou art in error, brook, turry and insignificant thou mayest be; useless thou art not^ for I owe half my beamy, perhap...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 25 December 1847

7 7 T- "'W- mooreT" jler 1 in Groceries ProvMuni, Candiea, Fmil t. No. I. Pern 1 Dluc 'i, Stni' c ptreer, Kric, I'.i MARSHALL k LOCKWOOI), niryi ai.Law. Oilice up ?Uiirs in tin; Turn in\ Hjlfhuildini' i noiiliol I he Prolliuii<jtar\"s lice. _|_^__ ^_J|_ 7 ' " sMiTjn j Acics6i\. "~~T cr in Dry -Goods, Uroixrics, Iloiluare, let'ns \Van\.I. imo, Iron, .Nails Sec. Xo. I:M, iu|i<idc, LCi)r Pa. JOHN II. MILLAR, ' I tvand rntrnii!:liMiivi'Vi)i;u!ii(.'i;in Excli.insc iliiin"!'. Fren<-li sf .Kli' 1 . li. iv. in i.ist.ic r * co. iiukka i.o, n. Y."* ^V ¦ OR AGE, FOK WARDING ANTWROO'E COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ' JND Dcileis in Lel.iL'li ir.d I'.riu Cim!. Suit , and Produce yoni'iallv. J'anii'ul.ir atti'np.iul to the snle of Ptcducu am! pnn.ha.-c ol b. liindizc ¦ - J »3 Sc 4 Cobiirn Square, Somli "Wharf. L N. IIUJ.BKIIT, ' U. U.IIGGS. ' offilrt N. V. > ¦ ¦ '£) " \~~\ ~ KKSJAmS ~ (rRAXT, " kirnfv aiiill'niiiist llor.n ' i Law ; ('Him, No. 2 lr<- >.t , o...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 25 December 1847

WOMAN'S INFLIJENCH We stow a few days since a young man who had been in^ul ^ ing freelv in the intoxicating cup, anrl whose extremely respectable dress auracted 1 us (o him, as he staggered along ihe street. He had not gone a block, hefore he was met by a voting and etquisitely b . c.aimif'ii) woman, nf perhaus twenty years of njrK 1 ivhose cionntinance the monieilt he eyes fell upon the inebriate, indicated Itoth pleasure and pftin—pleasure at meeting ngain her husband, (forfuch he was) whose absence from her a whole Viighthad filled her with the most intense solicitude for his safety—pain that he (should present such a spectacle to the world. Smilinij' n his face, :ho took his arm, ond by her fk\ij!ful directior of his steps, over the pavements, none but tl e moat critical observer would have noticed his intoxica¬ tion. . We have tnken tho trouble-to inquire into the history of this couple, and we find the wife is ull th»t man can ask: that she loves devotedly her husband,...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 25 December 1847

tlijecojl dew-drop in us glowing heart! The St. CiiarlksHotki. and the Dutch-M.tNl—Yesterday a rich «cene took plnife in front of" the St. Cliurles. An l.ntjcst Dutchin:. 11, who had just arrived from the Notherlan.lf, came tiji Ut. Charles street, with his wife and daughter hanging on his tnn.— In coining in front of the splendej edifice already . mentioned, he suddenly tinted, and, with his mouth wide open, exclaimed to h •Hrow: ' 1 ' "Mino Gott, Elizabet, what a fplciulid church." "Hans," snidhis wife i catching him '»y the arm, '-doea you link dat it iah a huteran or n Cadolic church. It. doe.-hent look much like de one, anJ dun it looks a good deul like de loder, and then it doshent look much like de neder." - ' "Stop mine vrow, ' eaid old Hans , as he shook the ashes out of \iU wry necked pipe, 'I will going in and see what kind of a church it is!" ' • ' The old man went in and saw a motley crowd at the bar, rows of brilliant decanters, tiled with the clioicr^t liquors...

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 25 December 1847

HKN ' RY CADWELL. :»lsrinHardivaic,.nry U.....U, Gn.ccrics, &e. MstJidcollho Di>|m.»,rl, mid one door in-t of l^f vi^e flo-d, En",. , p.,. \ \ . " kaglk hotelT" f.il n mI * 11 '°"' n > forncr ol' yiate street and ['hyaMi^quare, Uje. Pa. liastcrn, Western; hfiJJoullicrrt S^taae tillice. I • LVTLK if. HAMILTON^ «ionable .Merchant Tailors, on the Pnhlic Kj" « ,!afuH doori west of State itrctt, Eric, I , , JOEL JOHNSON. I ,"' ' iicoloaicjl . Miscellaneous, Sunday ¦ "<" Uassica l School Book;Siaiioiia/y, elc. e;c. L^l'I.KrcnchSirccl. Kric.Pa. P. A. R. BRACE, ^.ra 'y andComiselloratlaw, Piuirie duChicn, „ ¦ ' .practices in thocoiinlies n( Crawford , "»'>«d Iowa, VV. T.and in Clayton county, ^ Ter ritory. J IpCil'FKKKS 1 series ol" School Uooks, I, a, t, , MandS. for.aljatNo. Ill, French St. I"!^ , May 6, 1847. 51 NEW ESTABLISHMENT , " 1 t ' iilr "t ' 'nearl H'>PI>0S ' '1 ' '¦''» finj/e Ilotrl. j t M'OMIS ^. CO. arc now reccivirig IV ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 25 December 1847

UYLACK BYDYLACK ' Wiillcn far the Brie Obtetrsr. AUTUMN. , . 'Tii autumn dow, and wnhcrpiMoivci _ ArQ ttrpwn upon (lie b.iricu grnutiil, While rfiun.l tlm vniele»4 colU}!? ''avoii Tliu coIJ wiuti iweops wit^i wutling Bound. No innVe Hc^pcrrian brrczrt vrnfi The f. agr..nc # ur llit) tuuirarr Ooivcrf, That blnunic.l in liciuty mid ouc<! luugtieil( ' ' Withiu thu llio lurol'i .unlit Ltiw^is. Nn more tlio wartilci' ^ linj>py snug I« heard 'unun^ III.! >tl»il > 1I0II9, Nur do llm thiii^* <iC *uinuicr throng Aruuud the heart wittl ltl.igic »)iu!ll. They noiv nr$ nurolirrcil with itip pafc l; , To tln*m our iiiRinoriev oftm luru. WIjcii ^ ^ hs o'er umt'l llio cold^vin IV lila^t, Fur lliotc illicit can n«» more reuira. Hut all ortmnuty it. ti'.t gone The f..roli, wear .1 liglavi iliajr, A d on itir. ui6u.iL.iiu' ^ crfst to <'rcur, - Thr. gotdt:u tu.ilight now-ib luid. Tbc running MrrvnTct tinkli'v ftill. The n.ini<< 11* in ilc. ...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 25 December 1847

f£? a "JoHN Vk ' rno.v, one oftlM Canadian patriots, ' who was convicted of treason and senjenceJ to Von Dieman 's Land, for life, in 1838, But ijilio, with other*, were liberated sums t vo yenra ago, passed thrqiigb Rochester, on his way Iftnne, on the 3d .inst. At{the time he ^vas pardoned, being entirely destitute of means loAretiirn, he shipped onboard an American whaling vessel, made* voyage nf sinne twenty mimth?, (mostly inthe Pacific ocean) around tho eart|i, via Capo Horuto Nantucket. ' ¦ ^ i 1 It is Raid yrfnglass tf^d gin dissolved tojjelh er by iloy/heat, makes a good cement for glas*. This i»i doubtless, true, becauxe g in has been long celebrated as a capital thing to mend " a pain in the stomach. " * \ FighiingforaWift. | BV \VM. T. ItO :QEns, jn. About a 1 larier of a mile below the 1 :ity ol New Bruns vicli, jn the bold preci jiious southern bankof the Rnritan isasingula ly interest ing cave. The entrance, which 3 j ust at high watei mark, is small and nnrrouy...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 25 December 1847

- TERMS OF TIIK l'APKR. r tU!»»eribern (left by ilio caVri«i) $3 00 ¦ ml, or at the offic-, j» nilvam-e, ' i I 5D 2^If not paid in xlvnncr, nr w illiin flircc mouili-. Tlhe linin i»rmi!)*rn|.itijf, two dollar* will iVectiargcJ. j-iiition/n m the*e Urms. >' ¦) jinj)«r di»coii(iiiiifij unlil all flrrnnrigcs are paiJ .pl nl llifl opt'nn n/ llm piihlfttfifM, S^AIl communication* a u-t be post jkuJ to socure btion. TERMS Off ADVERTISING. Lrjiur*, one yc*r, $5 00 Thrr.o squ irm, 1 ycir, $10 I d. »ix nioiillic, 5 00 do do S nit». 8 I doLiircc do . :) 00 do do G tin 6 lutnl iilirrtisetnntu .'id ci nl<- por »qn nr fur ihr first l^rlum nm l 'Jj rents fiire-ich miIim qu.-ul m-crItoti. fc>'Irmly advertiser* huvo * li*- |»ri»»IrtJ^eniYh.miring BrU'irr, l>nt at Ito lim« nr. 1 .itf<mf*it to nccupssmu-0 Ilhrec MViarcs, fcind to be tvniltd to th-ir tmmufia'e Bverti^inrnlv imt hnvinp /itlirr ihrrriioiri, will he in Ei! tiiir«irljj<l, Giiti c!iar(.'f«! .icco...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 25 December 1847

HE OBSERVER 0BLISH2D EVERY SATTJBDAY, AT ERIE Erio County. Fa. A,P. DURLIN&B. F.SLta . Pr.prittort and publuhe/t. \

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 25 December 1847

B. TOMLINSON k Cn i'«itilin» ami (Jummi^Mon. Mcichanl'; 109 '"ncii Street, Eric, and arC.il Sin im Canil Ha '»n, al«o dcaliTH in Groceries and I'rovisio.is.

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 25 December 1847

tf or »«::a>'d public b^'aux orrosiTE the EAor.K nori:L.

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 25 December 1847

MH. OALHOtT.V AND HIS POSinON. The political cauldron at th ? seal uf government has commenced bubblir gaud foaming in good earnest.. ..Every day so Tie new phase in the political world is being thrown upon its troubled surface, anitlie wiie-working-sof those beneath,expOseJto vievr. Elements, that to the casual observer, appear as antagonistic as fire anJ water, are about, to coalesce for n common object,—that of war upon the Administration, ' a withdrawal of our army, nnd a surrender of (itirjtlst claims upon Mexico. Mr. Cullioun, the head und front ofihejilt j ia slaveocracy of (he South, the moutli-piece of the dogmas of direct taxation & free tra le, nnd the ultra-advocates of the Wilmot Proviso and " pr'tection for protection," are abotlt once more to unite their form lies, and enter the arena as brethren engaged in a common cause und for a common . object—tbe '"fiifc loaves and two fishes,*' Oii the 15th thegreat South Carolinun made the first move in I lit; gam...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 25 December 1847

THE OBSERVER "ThrlWotld is Oovaraod too Much. Fr.Ve, p' 'a. ftntimlnr mornluc. Dctnnbn VJ3, 1S4J OyTHos. H. Ellison is a duly authorized agent to procure subscribers for this paper. Qj" The reuder will liud more than a usu--al variety on our outside this week. We need nut refer to the several articles by name, as they will recommend themselves to the lovers of light reading. 05 ** Another communications on the subject of the Presidency --v ill be found in our| columns to day. Read both sides and then be prepared to decide understandingly. OC/ 5 * Otir patrons in town may expect the annual visit of the Currier on Saturday next. He has been furnished, not with a "budget of rhymes," as is too often the case on such occasions, but with a "New YearPoem," written expressly for, the Observer by one ofthe best poets in the country—a gentleman whose productions enrich the pages of the "Knickerbocker" almost mouihlv. (tyWe are requested to say that the genuine Firemen ' s Ball wil...

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 25 December 1847

l'nr t '"' Kric (lime v<t THE PRESI DKN-C-Y*. Mkssrs. Edstors:—I notice in your ln~t number b corfimunieation on the subject of thp approaching Presidential canvass, over the signature of "A Democrat, '' urging theclaitri" of Mr. Bucbnnnn as the "favorite son" of Pennsylvania, to that hi gh office. It is not) my purpose in the least to detract from ih* standing and character of Mr^ Buchanan ns a logienV and able advocate of any cau^e hj- espouses, nor of any of the eminent men whose names have brpn mentioned; btittnerelv'to suggest the name't f Another centlemtin, if I mi-take noti so far ns popular feeling-is ' concerned, a mut|i morp "favoriti-ison' "of Pemisyhania. ¦ It vill be at (mce fcjt b|Vialmost ¦ ; ' your| [, every one of y|nur| jold ! fashioned democratic readers, who hAve been familiar with the political history fift 1 hi! country nnd onij own ptaie for mtinv vearJ in ' the p' n.st. that I ( lefcr to our pre>enl Vice ' 'reside..t, Gkiwgi: M. Dallas. o...

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 25 December 1847

Frbni Mexico Ourrtlpxtdfct <•/ the EtU Obttrrcr.] i Camp .nf.ar Mikr, Mf.xico. > / I ' Ma. 14, 18-J7. , IMp.ssns, Editors t—jTho presence v{ a " northard" for jhe lostt week fn this vicinity has rendered the; imaginations of men so torpid that I am able to furnish you with ver) liule mailer of interest. Generals Taylor and Wool, with- thtir sUflfi*, (Jasped down from Monterey day b( fore yesterday. Hough and Ready tn route a hiS^ fiis new head quarters at Mutamorns, a id Wix>I upon an inspecting tour. Rumor's are afloat tligt the old Genera! anticipates visiting ihe Uniird St^os shortly. In that case, I think there will be rniitc an advance in the price uines and fowls. But don ' t^be alarmed ubout the fluctuation of the . market in your vicinity, for go-sipping folks say he will not go further than L'iui>iann.— Gen.Wool's vi>-it along the line is making quite a stir in the camps and! quarters: every thing is to be brightened up fr .m a kno...

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