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Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
rilRIFT fUirU BI.OOBI I j Glio. \V. MEttcUilTa IMPROVE^ ,CO*ifoyNpFLUH> EXTRACT UF ^USAPARrLt^ For Removing 1 Vtseases of the Bloat; ; ArUi:p/r<manabuKC/Mr-< I b va and joint: w,i . / ftetr Sura ' ctstUuletlSiom X!fironii>aniiblutUiilioi all U 1 qfalltvitb. taiitutMas ¦ Seal! toad. Salt Rhnm.. ScnifalaerKiia'tEril S^ta Riip Wo ma d otter Dinar-¦ dijrii Svpfiii! rtneriM. . tt ariti>g from<u mj>ttr€ Vtcentii* aid Corrort m»/,' tUiteafOie Blood;al»\ Ike Throat. .Nost. Chett? tInbU«al OHiKxtu, PVtt. Lios. Ear*, $"* ethtrpa -U Cturo»k tifftdiati o/Vit Ucer, nr ai>* Aruiv- i LunmandCtett. nylacrp'iUdu on the fore Pai. it theStimat* ana naif, fiSca!f paieSet. and ttlur r- A'iaM SmaU\tt. «. „ liitrmaofth&kin. Jt ' iilittirlxMttch recommit' tides. ScurKy.\aas'»''*erS(!o- drdata Cirmsixc «W rbttlicafeciom. Jftdfcttf 1 , iniinatatntit WMUItsartlingi. Painijt* We \ Cilil). \ _ : This remedy i» pref arerf- Irom tlw choicest aele...
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
HERB WE COMK. ' ^uSSR l id il l ^ ^^B *" ^BBj " ¦¦ _ i ^ The New Jpw Store Ahead Th TtJST received at the .Veto Jew Store! No. I, J Fleming Block , S:ate s'.rc^t, a new and sp'endid nesor mentof SPRING \ND SUMMER GOODS ,j Which, Imvini'been Uo\i^hi1nexlrtmdy loicpri ct and ihs subscribers havnvs eneonniored naitl or "peril*by ».aorland," in vhejrJ>utney to Phi 4-delphiaanj ^ew York Markcis, rati.jind wilthc folda»che«(p' —rtotiosay aliltlo chrapir—lhaii at anjt other Jcii or Gtntile Store between New Y«« and "Sundown." Oar stock coiu ' mts in pail ol * _ i I ¦ . SILKS of all kind.4, Jey cripiions arid colors, " rorrr plain Wack lo the inia3i liiahi-jituiilc; plaiid, stripi'd or watered. , " ! GINGHAMS, Fire ' ndh, ErfaJf.h; ScAift'i i»nJ American, varying in price and qiiility to> sttit rn«!oinppa. i ¦ - ' SHAWLS, Silk, €a»hmcro,Barrage,«;c, olc. at priced that cannot fail to pleads. • ' *-• Al. DE LAINEi , of all ^ ;iuli.iie^, fro. -rt ZflF cU. upwards. | . BONNET...
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
TOE MARKETS. OORHEOTED WEEKLY FORTHG 0B3BB7GE B7 WSHjEjHAMS & WJlII-fllHfiP , UCAl.tlKS IN DltY UUUDd. GlUILErtlKS. IIAHD WAKG &c. Jtc, ERIfi ' ' Flour, bW ¦ *7 OH Apples, dried 7S llullrr, "" • ['I Honey, tOaU l.uril, &&~ -' -vg*. doa * 9 Cl.OPkC, 42>5 , attbAB. Hiinis (' • Mi|>l« : in ShmiMerl §7Bfi Orlenni, PalS) Pal»ioei, . 511 l>o»r, kSalS Coru meal, Cfft ' Puwilcrcd 15 OJUI.Y. LUMBER. Whom ¦ $1 95 Illwk Walnut 10al-3 Corn, . , r>6 "iuM TIi>tqiinlity lO^H) Ryo. " 5D Hnmlock, M ' ¦¦ 00 OatAiiusb - 311 l»l quality W. W. fiia9,llfl n.irley 3Oi:l7i M iTn du 5.< 0 ri'El. ' Chorry IBa 4 Hardwood, cord »I.M vVliltooak j 7,5Ua8 '¦ "fflfl 1 .12} lEATlItB. Bitumiiiouxcuftl, to» Snte, Ib Mal5 I • 2,50 Upper hi-avjr S3.i S Anthracite, >lo : -;9aln ila light 33a"<7( rilK^m cuiidlo, Ib 4«a5 C"»ti»»« ¦ .' 4 i=" Tallntv, do .12} I'lantfr lett' . $10.00 Slcariue, ~ ISj Soil, fine. <| '. $1,25 se...
Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
From the City of Mexico AriiTnl ol I'rcHh aud *'b'ap Oraocrica Ai M», 1. f. wry Black. SINCE tho 'furilThda bceil * tahen o!f ihe im-(joiu into iltia country, und placed on thai ol iie.xiuu, iiIms enabled iho^e wlui liavo puruliaeeil Uripcincs in the Kust 10 fic'l them cheap. ,,\Vc uieli.ill whu winu anything in lite Grocery line i<> call soi.lexnmmcuureluck, lor we do a«ser; , without ll ' ar ol co.iUudicLiou, that we liuvo the lieehejL lo. of Grucuritu in this market, having all been pnich^uil liuiii lliu liitfFt 'iinporiuiions. In ii.ir .-lueK inuv be found ihe lullowins:" Imjienal, Gunpowder, and Young Hyson Teas; Java, Hio, Luguira imd St. Domingo Coffees; Loaf, Pulverised ^ Porto Rico, and JY. O. 'Sugars; Pepper, ¦ Spice, (linger, Cinjimon, JVvlmega Jiluce, Cloves, Rice, Pcurled barley, Candies, Pecan, Brazil, Madeira und Pro- nuts; Almonds, Filberts, etc.; Fruits—tippler, Raisiits, English Currants, and Figsi\SpertnandTallow cindles; Summcr and Winter st...
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
ScRt>noi/A.—Soron of iho inrlicnlioni of mis lo.illisomi) dHcose, U'lii(>!« is commonly cnl'eif "lvii)>;'s Kvil," iiru pr« eriiaiiiral, linr \, !jU»ctii-\nuS, iiinl inuys'i'il ii>'iior«, siiualerl about irte neck li ll iind tlio ea's. nnd inh)nr 'he thin. ¦ The mo? succes^lnl icinfily now \h usk in V!erc!>anl'H^ar ^ oiLiiilla, (u very iiciivn prep.ir.itjon ofi hat root) wUkU ..llenu iti-s »IW^, nfi<t rv.iciiueS thevineid jiiirci. and ihercl» rupfilljl nrxl radicall y cure? the ilisi'iise. - See af)vertiw;nv?iit in' t 1 in pap<-r. * pamphlet of rlcncripiiiVi imy he h-iri ?rnlij. ofJhp' nifnt. i-.et nu ramify ^r» onb liotir without Vau«rhnV invdicine in ili.'ir liunls-t' nl h to say, not exaiily in iheit hands; biis'let ii he «-here^they can lay their hnmls nn it. Thi« advice wo know to lie jro id— follow is up -see advertisement in oiir DnivnrT' ¦- ' .VIAiIUIEj—on ¦tin .- -iJth "It., in Woieri' ord, t»v U6«. G. W. <:ievl.ind...
Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
., ' . I I SCO. J. MORT^yos. C. fa«WN, TH0», U 'CiRTER. ¦ •! ' ; I ' I' > ?<BW- pTORB, i • ' ^tW GOODS, NtVRIRM, N£\¥ PRICES r pHE m»der»!f nedjb«i!le«Te rtttectfully to in-X: totm tbefrlrienill and (he public sencrally, tut they hatif emeredimo'ihe incrcaniife bwi ¦ess under tho nams of MORTON & CO., No. 4, • 'licapsidc, next rfoorsWrtbof Mehaffcy 4-Brews er. Their stock of Goods Is entirely new, Tar surpassing, in ilchness, Tarlcty and che«pncs>, my cock of goods ever brought to this mark"*!, tnd embracing every eljle of Si«pS) umd Fancy )ry Goodt, amons which Wlrt+re foomu \ Lipena—Americanj Irish,German and 1 French; V Dresi Goods of every description, ' ?hawli of thejatcst designs, vary ing in price 'Yoin 75 eenw ui <-25; Summer StufTj, Drillr, Jeans, CassimPrc*, etc Brown and bleached Shindigs and Slieeiin.;^ •f eve ' rv widtli and au4litV: Broad Cloths. Cusaimeres and Snttinetto; CulicoA, Muslins. LnWiis aod Ginghams; Bonnets, a spl...
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
More N^w Goods !. 05" THE LAST AND CHEAPEST. «^tj P^TOW opening, from the la-t of our Sprtnjf pur X 1 chute, 11 very ceneraP and extensive asKort mem of Fancy arid Staple DUYi GOOwS, with a ' good stock^ of DRY GROCERIES, to wiiich we have added a large stock of CROCKERY ; comjuisin<;/iu'( dining Setis of China, wiinalllhe cheaper Ware*. The attention ;of ilca rrs U especially invited to this branch of (our in die. | The Goods have all been purchased>c leap, and will bo toll cheap. For furlhcrievidenie picase cull at I METCiiLK 1 ^ . ' J, D. CLARK, incharseforP. IVlErc*Lr, re soeclfuHy solicits the patronage of his oJd'fricnila and customers al h'tore No. 1, Reed Hoise.. Mav23.1817. ' i i E STRAY.—Came lo the enclosure a ' the fun- 7 fcrib'er living in Walerford iTowni hip about ono forirtK of a njAa south of the borou »h on llie (umpire, oa ihe J2ia inst, a mitlt>iie p red, bay horse, about iweWc jearS old, has B, blicjv'mane and 1 (all, boih hind feel whit...
Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
. Penmanship. MR. C. BEADLE wohM inform /the citizen" .of Fjrie, lhat he will commence g ivinj; anoihercojjrSBof lessons in Writiniyal liiis room in FIcmTfri Bluett, on Monday oint. Tho course ol'insiiytu.on ptirxucd io such/as 10 give 10 gen tlemenfa lold,rupid style olwritinir, while il itn parts/to th 3 traces ' ol the ladies pen that .rase and tfracewhi ;h i>ive such allraction to wluitever la jliesdo. Mr. B. nill' piyo inairuction in Ornamental peunansKip and Card Drawing; ahso piivatu ins'rticiinn given 'frccjuesu^. s Card Drawin? and Writinj neatly executed. - Class will,meet at 4 1-2 o'clock. Good reference aiven if required. Ludics and senllctnen aro invited to call and see his method ol teaching and speriincns ot,Penmanship. • [May 29, 1847. AN APPRENTICE WANTED.' j W. \NTlil> a smart indiiitiious ltd to learn tho Blacksmith Basinies. For luriher particu'ars apply al |lie shop of ihn subscriber on Kirth street, baiwcen Peach nnd Sassafras. I SILAS II. FIN...
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
fl?" in regard to that circumstance which rj nei ghbor of the Gazette says "occurred Erie County " " jjof many moons since," we knowled ge ourselves perfectly familiar in htsetfcges. Should any thing of the like Br happen to our friend, however, It li«8 fcn suggested good: neighbors would be on Nmtial requisite. When h$ wishes to rent Wo will be some desirable ' tenenWu in our fcnity, probably., • ' Itt?'The Steamboat Gov." Marcy, run on 1'ock near Dunkirk isst week, in the ni ght. •• w«» loaded with flour and grain from l« placo. 18o bbls. of the flour belonged Ji. Indwell , Of this citV. th«hn!«nr«»« „»,. <» in Crawford and Mercer counties . Tie tf tt ijra totWl lo»«-. the flo.ir but little damr n i. i 8t WM not m * terially injured Rwll be repaired and on her root* B «} 0 Ri»'" d»v«. •
Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
AGAI.VvHERE WE COME, WITH the beA and cheapest Stock of fa«h woikble LA DIES' DRESS. GOODS ever offered tn this market, consisting in part SO patterns Dress Silks of all colors, rinbracins CotorcdT arKr Plard and SlirpeJ Poult de Soi, Grade Rhine, |p Gro de Swiss, Satin? of oil colors, ' SHAWLS of ull kindt, such as Silk', Crape, Barrage,' Thibet, Viotts de Lain, Brocha, 4*c, Lawns, Balzarinesand B.irages, Gioves and Milts of all kinds-Silk, Kid, Lisle, Cotton, &c. CLOTHS, Cassimeres, Tweeds, Kentucky Jcana and Sutineto. . In short, customers can find every ihing in die Dry Goods linn usually inquired for in the mar ket We i forbear to mention prices. Suffice to say, ladies, we can Kelt you a haud«omo French Lawn dre^g from 12* to 16*. that - ' will »ia with any in Broadway. Please vail and eeo for votw• si'lvcs. Farther padisulais hereafter.. Don't forget the place, at . CADVV DLL'S. Anril'2S 1817 - 80
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
TOTHEC1TIZENS OF ERIE AND VICINITY. BEING ; convinced ol ihe-jood effects of Hofnoe opainic medicines, fiom ils U'e in my own ica^e o>' aj-uie inilam.iiion pf.ho liver not lona 'since; as'will of its sood cflVciB with'sevcral ol my paii.nt>, I tin induced to iuy lhal it is as aood us any other pra ' ciicu now in usi'. In my opinion uny curable disease can be cared wiih Hnm<eo puthic medicino in iho hands of a man who is a jiid^e of diseases nnd the proper remedies, and thai willi.oiutho <;reat reluctance expressed in the lahins, nr the disagreeable spnsaiions produced by medicines in the Allopaihiu practice; besides the pai icnt is spared a tedious convalescence in acute dioensos , because he his not been exhaust' ed by blood letting or evuctient medicines. He pifcts directly.from a siatn ol ' (liM.no to onp ol/ heulih, and 10 the regular exi-rclne ofhis functiom?: I therefore proiTaim myself in fuvonof the Horn* opulhic remedies, iviib a very ftiv excp...
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
lit .# 4 SIGHT TO BRIIOLD!!! . AT THF, BRICK CORNER OPPOSITE THE EAi QLB HOTEL rriHIS DAY OPENED, direct (rom iho Eas-J. tcrnciiies and Manulactotits, a. iargc and well sflected stock of ' ' ' t mmv cfaounsB* Comprising a greut ^jriciy ol Drd3sand Fancy Good-; Sliiwls whhmil number; Men's and b o^ 's 'timiner wear^Linen and any (|Uin,iij of Dani '$• lies; to be sold cheaptv llian «»e*; ' wiilvan exlchsiveslockol | i I ' ' I ' I i GROCERIES ANO SHELF HfV.ytfARE.. All of wliieli will be sold; a» clieaBti» liuitlieapcst by ' | WILLIAMS tc WRIGHT, ! Priw \fav 15. 1817. I 5i
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
Spring of 1847.] BY JSpringof 1847. NEW SPUING * SUMMElt GOODS, Just receiveu at tho Jew Store, No. I Cominerciul Exchan>>e, corner of French and Filth its. 1 ' Moses, after encountering all torts of perils, by spa and lu ' od, is here with hiw new and faehiannbte Good*, yttrchaserf in New Yotk aaii Pbifailvlpllia at ihe lowest cash prices, and embraciiii. ' the ijrt'atest loiicty of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods ever bronchi to this place, Af e»y of them will be(io iCe rOllElGN fc FANCV GOODS. SILKS—btriped P011I1 de Soir. . ' Maid Grenadine, j. ; ' . . Do. ^OuUrd. ' 1 - , . ' .-;,. He.vy Wat'rd lJ-strfpc4Wwk>Uneblk , Whhe, wa,ere<l, : - ¦ - . White arid ' hrackeatilV Plain black Italian,, .,. ,. Colored Ftorenee*. . . " ,..,,
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
French Gingh»in, aflew and beamilQl. UrUCIef Muslin Robes, plain and embroidered*, , 1 French embroidered Unbea for children, Very pretty M.de L»ine» for 2s. fetymA. - French worked Linen earBbrteHdkft , Emhroideredand bordered do. *>• ~ ' Double # aincta French needle-#orked CeHar» and Capet, "• - ¦¦ "f ""' -"" ¦':-Embroidered muslin Shanrtt, Silk, C«shmeroan<i Barrage do. . ( . Frcnib Barrijte Si^ri ' t . > . t ^' . Engliih thread Uce»,Swl«a»n" r eaaibrIcE<J#-J Black °%il te and eolortd FraneE KiiT G|ot«», S|.k«n^j»pl»frslofi6» i »h«ifliws, ' , , Orabraauiped Bonnet Ribwda, . .- ¦ , , , W. C. to R. P. HULBBRT ' - Have ju$t received tieir frit Sock of SPRING AND SUMMER 43OODS : A ND would respecifally invite the ai tention Id ' J\ niircbasei* to tbeir Mautiful •*«< rt item o PUENCH, INDIA, ITALIAN, GI5RMAN ENOJIISH «rd AMERICAN GOOD;, eompri sinj »o er tortrnent of the newewand inosi fash lonable style* ' in ihn market The # eatcst in duceto...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
now York Elootion. v The first election for judicial officer*, unr the new constitution, in NewYork was Idjon Monda5^bi8t. So far as returns hare en received it op&ar3 that Democraey ^ has 'ejit tho Sute, audjthat Greeleyism, Anti-^ ntisin and Whi gofjr combined, have me a rfcct Buc' na Vistadefeat. ^n Buffalo where rcnVididate for Mayor was defeated a few ptjks since, the democratic candidates relived, from 500 to 800 majority. And in h> ijounty the result is equally glorious. < Ihjiutauqiie county the independent ticket, hiposed of both whigs and democrat*, is in k. elected. In New York city our biority is about 4000. A whi g mayor was beted there a few weeks ago.
Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
New Woollen Factory ' AT ROttTB BiBT. ' ' DUNCAN, JE Wi:rr & Co. have Just cmsmenceH baunose of manuluctarini; WooUen G»»(i»f3re»»iB9 Cloth, carding Wool, <$-c. Their tnaohinwy} I* enih-ely new andoF ea*tero n»oni» fac ore, arid embiacee the lateil iroprovemont*.— The business will Iks condoned by Mr. JTewelt, who hai had 90 yrare' experience in it.iioth in ihls country and ' in KngUnd. They will m»nu~ factare on thsree, ^ ivinff on* yard of doth lor two •nd a qiianer Uw. of wool, or for rMf pay in CM*b or country product, «n<l on *** re*«on»We ierm» m «ny oibsr eAablUfamcnt to the comity. Their mtnafac tor* ft loeat* i al«ut or* mlh) norui •ftbe villeje, I ALEX, DUNCAN. JO8HU&JEWETTV ISAAaRSTEVRNa Nwth Ewt, Jubb 19,13|». , aa« -
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
FiKE INSURANCE. FARMRIIS AND M..OHANICSV INSURANCE COM PAN Y, OF BROKLYN, N. Y.'' F>R pef«on» ilesir«ii8o)Insurlnfftn the above company. th« eulvr.rihor will ' receive and forward the necessary surveys of property, and procure for them free of postage each policies as may beolcsired. The above company Is entirely responsible, and intorcs upon vnr/ liberal and advantageous term*. Any information that rnny be drslrerf in relation to raid company can be had. by caHinc upon the subscriber at thi office of Grahar*&T?riomp»on. 10 ARSON GRAHAM. Etle.June IS 1B47. . lf4
Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
m*HWH«u <• «B*>Ic hho aBvic aMsa^—a^a^wa^«is—^^^^—" | , . , ,-~ . ¦ —— ;¦; . Pb«n»sraahlc ¦¦PhilaClau. M It. EJ H. CURTIS rospectfully announces to iho ^ tiiraens of Erie, [that he-ha* formed * class of youns persons, between the ages of ten and Fixteilb, Hi lake a thnronsh conrso of in»:ruetion in Phonography nnd Phonotipy. or too ccience ofepi Ujttg and reading by elemrnttry sounds to which t lew|mo»e pupils can be received. Th# class iv 1H commence on. Tuesday, June ISih, therccitationj to commence at S I 2 o'clock, P. M ^ at W. F. Sliedil'8 school 100m, second doer east of the Erie Bank. ' Frin .Time 12. 1817 1(4
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 12 June 1847
(T?= 'Our neighbor of the Gazette don't like the result of the recent election in Buffalo.— Ho attributes the defeat of the wbiga to the Anti-Rent question. He is undoubtedly right—honest men have got tired of a party that falls in with every such fuction.