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Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY. ' PLATED AND BRlTT/irWIA WARS, FANCY GOODS, &. &c. f(~ \ LOOMIS & Co. nre ro-VJT* ccivin»l/om N. York a large addition to their former stock of GOODS making oif Msorlmenl notusua1l > found in this section of cnurttry. S«leetea with care and at prices reasonably low, they expect to be able to accommodate their pattoni with all articles < bund\n similar •eubliehmenu; si fair : .pric«f» ; Nov . \A t 184&. \ I 3 T APIES carifindlat (he corner store, a nice as-_M aortment of GUjveB, Milts, Hornpry, ^c ^c. Hdkfs., F»noy Fa/a, Combs. Steel Beed Bass, Vutn; Pur«e tvyitt and trimmings, embroiilcry matirials. ««oh as French Floss , worsted, chJDeil corf, *c. tc., «U very thoap, by , .VUy 2Q, is.47. i J \tETCALF.

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Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

New Woollen Factory AT R0RT8BAST. , DUNCAN , JEWETT &Co. have just commenced business of manufacturing Woollen Good*, dressing Cloth, carding Wool,;cVc. Their machinery is entirely new and of eastern nianufucture, tnd embraces- the latest improvement*.— The business will bo conducted by Mr. Jcwott, tvho has had 20 yearn'experience in it, both in this country and " fn England. They will manufacture on abarei, giving one yardof cloth for two and a quarter lbs. of wool, ' or for; ready pay in cash or country prodticej and on: as reasonable terms asitny other establbliment ; in tbeconnty. Their manufavtoiy is locale 1 about one mile north orth« Wllojje, ALEX. DUNCAN. /¦ JOSHUA JEWETT. ISAAC B. 8TEVENS. North E»st, Jarus 12 iifti7. 3m4i- n ir I* - t, n '' ~ ," * ,b

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Id=183 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

' j | ASHES! .ASHES!! I ^VILL f ay 3 cents (per bushel for good Se^'i a ) !'lios, nml 12 l-2,ctsjier bushel for house " ashis delivered at mv aslie ' fy' oj iM'Kcan corners. Etie, Oct|21, i0i6. |. C M. T-IBgALS: A iSHES.I—Those having good Ashes wil( do -TX] well l| deliver them at our asliery 'soon as we aro nnniworhihsvpirwhat we have on hand. : April S!,h|847. [ N j P. JACKSON ti. Co. j A XES.'J[\\ r ai£is &] Go's Cast Steel-Axes by JTiJ lIie-do|ciioriinaH>5 , l ' . , - I < ' Ul TOMLINSON & Co-February 13, IS 7. , , ! 3&

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Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

VIENA.Ourolina, Orlcan9 and Scotch l'laids alsoLinseys . and^Vors led Goods ofall kinds forBale vcryilow at ' Cadweh-'h. WINTER Sperm Oil, a pure anicte, for Sale at . B..TOMLINSON & CoVf Eriu, Feb. 13, 1817. ' 39

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Id=187 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

iViOTES 6iAN EXILE, byl. L. >V, Millffi\ beins; ar, atcouni of iho authors confinement at Van Desmans iLand, just received »W for sale at SpalFords's Bookf.orc. " ifricMa.-^ ! S!7. I ^ ?1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 26 June 1847

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

From Koali't Sunday Titue* TOE INVISIBLE MARKSMAN. 4 A group of youngters, ten years before the Revolution, stood on a level .green in New York with a mark before them and their firearms ready. They were on the ground now occupied by Charleston and a portiqn of Varick streets,"but which then formed a part of the open anu romoiitic country. 'The outskirts of the then abbreviated city were what may be termed poetically picturesque, made up of rocky, B^nuy, uneven, but yet elegant grounds, which afforded opportunities for the enjoyment of field sports and the prosecution of other matter?, as well as for the agricultural occupations vvhifih give men bread. The frequent appearance of skill in this quarter, from the tinjio of Peter Suiyvcoant down to the period of which we write, created a desire among the young men in all directions to emulate their skill as marksmen. It was no un¬ usual thing to get land by shooting tbe best shot, land many a lot which is valued at this day at t...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

- ¦• From ' the WutblngloD Uui >n, IStli inst. Bit Carson, of tl|c West. This singular man left Washington this morning in enmpany with J' rs. Ftcmont, for the west. On entering the War Office, yesterday, we were asked, "Ha re you seen Kit Carson? He has this morm ut left my room; and a singular nnd striking n an he U* Modest t i be is nrave, with the f re of enterprise 7 in h s eye—with tho bearing of on Indian, wal! ring even with toes turned in—J wisj/you could have seen him." We were so/unfortuniite as to miss him, though our-curiosity was greatly excited; but, in hecottrse of two hours, n gentleman, s \vhoha<I seen much of Caison, waited upon us and lolitely 'furnish¬ ed is with the following description of this singular man. Tho pormit is admirablydrawn, nnd its gives us/great, pleasure tn lay it before our readers./it ' is the character of one of those bold ana enterp'ising Jr spTf1tf of the \vest,_wbom the peculiar influences of the frontier settlements—bot...

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

JOSEPH KELSEY, Minufjcturers of Tin, Coppei and Sheet-Iron ware corner of French a?>d 'Fifth streets, Erie. LESTER, SEN-NETT &, CHESTER, Iron founders, wholesale and trtail denjers ire Stoves, Hollow-wnro kc. .Statn street, krie ' . Pa: ! ' joiinTi. burton &, co, I ; Wholesale and retail dcafcrM u Drugs, Medicines Dye Stuffs, Groceries, &c. No. 5, Reed House ¦ Erie, Pa. _ J C. M. TIBBALS, If/cnior in Dry Guwls, Groceries, ^-c. No. Ill, I'heapside, Erie Pa. ' . " ' GOODWIN Si .VINCENT, ' Dealers in Dry Goods, Gioceries, £ic, No. 1, lionni'll l'lock, State st.,Erie, Pa __ CARTER kBROTIIER^ Dealers in Dru^s, Medicines, Paints, Oiln, Dye, i-tufTa, Glass, &c, No. 6 Reed Ilouee, Erie- B, TOMLINSON «* Co, | Forwardibs anil Comniilsion Merchant?; 109 , French Street, Erie, and at 6th Street Cunal Ba son, a'.so dealers in Groceries and Provisions. henSy cadweliL PeuWin Hardware, Dry Goods, Groceries, Jjic. i'Jst side of the Diamond, at:d one door ...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

JOHN H. Mr.LJ.AR, County and I: orou^li purveyor; office in Exchange •Uiiildinas. French si , Eric . OH.\ 13. JOUN'SON, ATTORNEY A«T LAW, Has removed his Ollico to the Public Building near the Cturi Home, up stairs, in the room occupied hf the Slicri/T-and directly over the ConiinissUmcr's OIHcc. Fiompi attention will be given to all busincus.ct) trusted to His care. ' ; 51) ' e7w. UCLBEllT «; CO. BVKFALO, N. Y. ' STORAGE, FORWARDING AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND Pea er3 in Lehinh arid Krie Coal, Suit and Produce-! generally. Particular ui'tcntion paid to the sale of Pioduce und puri.-husu of Mcrcliandizej. No. 3 Si 4 Cuburn Square, South Wharf.' E. N. UURnRIlT, U. DRIGGS. liuftuln. NJV. . M . BEN-JAMIX GRANT, Attorney ami Counsellor at Law j < '(lice No. 2 *Siaic " si..oiino'ili" the K.a"le Hn'rl, Erie'. Pa. GRAHAM! Si"THOMPSON, Attorneys fc. Counsellors ui Law, Olf.ce on French slrci't, over S Jackson $• C\f 's. Siorc, Erie. April 21.1347. , ' __ • 49 J 0. L...

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

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY I P. DURUN & B. F. SLOAN, STATE STREET, ERIE, P*. ' TERMS. Ono copy, one year, in advance, * SI 50 Otherwise, iwo dollars a year will invariably be charged. .T.licso terms will be. Btriclly adhered to in all cases. Advertisements inserted at 50 cents per square or.the first insertion, and 35 cents for "each subsequent insejrtlon. ; ' Job Printins, of all varieties, snch ns Books Pamphlets, IjIundbilLs.JShow Bills, Cards . Steamboat Bills, Clanks for Notes, Receipts, tec. executed in thf beat stile andon'shortnoiice. Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, ^ Hardware, Qneons Ware, Lime, Iron, Nails &c. No. 121, Cluapside, Erie. Pa.

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

VORfllTETIIV RROTIIRn Forgive thy brother who has erred, And ukVhjm by the hand—And aa you spetifc-4 generous word, ( Assist his feet to stand. Joy Ml sparklo in hlB eyo to heir. . Tby words of ientle tone: ' Forgivenesa breathed upon his cor, . And love and kindness shown: AyiHn^ake him rise again, And ehnn the path ho trod, When in the round of Folly'eHrain, ' He broke from Truth and God. ¦ t h'or-jive thv brother—even now A finite is on his cheek; The glow of heaven has tinged his brow Speak und forgive him—Speak! " :

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

WALKER k COOK, General ForWardin;;, Comihission., and produce Merchants; Red Ware House, east ' of ilicPublic Bilii-'c. Krie., ' '"

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

LBTTBB3 FHOMTltE EDITOR. Tni.nnn. i>.. Time 9fi. 1R44.. We arrived at this ciiy of magnificent expectations and expensive excavations, last overling at four o 'clockjih > Missouri making att extremely short run. of i including all stoppages. It would be us^le ;s for me to attempt a description of the mtgnificent . scenery which meets the eye of tl e traveler on>Lake Erie, in sohjr prose, es ecially among thel islands. It has been attei npted often by those raoro competent than the writer of thin, yet in my opinion all have fai ed; I will therefore not place myself in the eategory alluded to. I was much disappointed with Toledo, I had heard and read much of its rapidly grow-: ing importance in a cojnn etcial point of view, ' and I cer tainly expected :o find a young city, equal in extent and bdaul y t« our own. ' In-: stead, however, of realizing any Bjnch expectations, I found a toiirn, or rather some four or five pieces of towns, scattered alone the Mau...

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

I 1ST ol letters remaining in tie Post Office at . Erio. rfu . o:i ihu I»l ^iily. IS 17. Persons enquiring for any .of ifie fullowi >» letters please sar they art advertised. Twocsms is charged loi ovur* letter in addition If the Postage; A-nlvr-oji C!«o \V 2 Lidjil'! 'V J>' , A :ri[e Gfea ' Louis i t-ter _ t A win M (} Le^ Jo'eph E ¦ - A 1 mis Ed• vin K Megoir Kdvvard A lisuii (VIiU Thiia M'£3u*hlin Thos A I'xander Archibald Mclntc • Miss Sarah A 'i-.<cinrfcr Lyman Mctorrib John Andrcu- J L .McCanj O J 13 .ibemler Adiim . McJAvdy John Vji\n A W 2' ' MeKiriicv La'.icia. -. . Dice.l Wiriara ' McLalin ' john ' Uradish Mrs Oaj;! ariim^NIcCarinnn , ' -. *" Grrndlc .Ntnnaij Xlc ' Keen Pa'rfcfe ¦!. --Kl'iikney, I-nrti 1 !! 2 t iV.c-t'rea ^nmmel . ' . Flood A=.i * ~ " JVIcDar icl Daniel . T./iibakrr fh:p , - JVJcGujro 1 dkerb-li ' ! , MaV-hO ' Trace MiJj Eliza ,\la l coy Williim lae> 1 \V ' I Ma ' corAbvr J Gr 3 f i . I....-.. .. e'. c~r ._ X*_'. r r»l /% [ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

THE OBSERVER. ! "The World is Governed loo . Moot." ~~~r - ~~ s R} eT~p ~ a7 Saturday m«rai*if< Jlulj 3. 1847. , DEMOCBATIC NOMINATIONS ™ ron. oavERNoR, > Fft'S. R ^ SHUNK. FDR CANAL COMMISSIONER, MORRIS LONGSTRETH {LT 'Thos. H. Eluson \a a duly authorized agent to procure subscribers for ibis paper. Whit la their Object ? It is a, long established principle that every cause has its effect, and every:effect its corresponding cause. Not dissimilar to this is the saying that in every action man baa some object in view, nothing being done but to the accomplishment of a particular or imagined purpose. That disappointments occur, and that paints are often attained directly opposite to those at which tha actors aimed, is not at all strange, when we see with what little consideration mankind enters upon things, sometimes of the greatest importance, and with, wrmt carelessness and rapidity they, hurry along to the end, regardless of consequences, and which, instead of ...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

Fran lha N.oj Pieiyaoe, Ja|«l7. Later from Vera Crsz. Attack on a wagon, traittby a Mexican guerrilltiparty—thirlwAmericani supposed to be killed—forty wagon* destroyed—¦death of Major Bosipp ' rtk) ptcymatter in -the \ United States army. . The United States ship Massachusetts, Capt. Wood, arrived list Evening from Vera Cruz, whence she sailed tin the evening of the 11th inst. The' Massachusetts brings over 155 sick and wounded soldiers, under charge of Dr. Tudor,, fj. 8. A.. Purser Bryan of tlw navy, and Mr] Bos.worlb and two servants. 'I The following, deaths occurred; cm trre MassftfrhiiHfstf mr * ' C. Gaines, of the mounted rifles, and John Drew, of company 1, 7th infantry, ' died on board before the Massachusetts left Vent Cruz, and were sent on shore; for interment on tho Hth of June. On the 12th June, John Pope, of the mounted rifles, and John Smith, of company C, 7tb> infantry, died at sea. On the 13th, J. P. Carson, Soalh Carolina , volunteera, died. On the ...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

guerrilla:}. " ~ i T"1 ' ¦ One day Jattfr. The following d' espatciies were received ¦ « frem Frederickb-irg Vo., this afternoon by """^Telegraph. The S teamer Jo*. L Day arrived at New Orleans from Vera Cruz on, the afternoon oTtlie 16th init., touching at Tampico on Monday of the 17th, and Brazos, Santiago on , the afternonn of the 18th, rFhe ' news is only one day later. - . / . • Tho main interest excited by this arrivaf, I nays our 1 slip, centers on the report communicated to the Jas. L. Day by Mr. Clofton, the Pilot of Tampico, who boarded her on tha isitb off that city. He states that they were da ) y in expectation of an attack from tho Mo icans, who mere reported to be 15000 strong i i the vicinity. On tho nieht of the 19th inst., a demonstration was made by if he Mexicans in Tampico to ' rise. Tiro American authorities however had timel y information of the contemplated movement and to suppress it if attempted, calling out the troops who laid on their arms all ni ght....

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

Lou of too ObegapeiiKe. G. W. Bradbury, Esq., editor of the Qincinnuti Sunday New» » and a passenger on board tlie Chesapeake it the time of her collision with the schooner John Porter, by which both vessels 'were sunk and a number of valuable lives lost, has published a long statement with regard to it, in which he accuses the officers of the boat as follows: I "1st. Thottne collision; between the steamer Chesapeake and the schooner Jolin Porter wus the result !of the most criminal carelessness and thorough contempt of human life on the part of the .officers of the former vessel; thif night wais bright, the Porter ^ had.lights both at the bow and stern, and the Chesapeake ran into her, as a simple matter of laKe etiquette just because she did not choose to ihangeljercourtse 1 , no matter what might come in the wav. 2nd. That, after the collision, the officers ind chsw of the boat with one or two honorible exceptions/.exhibiting neither sense, en-- rgy or manhood—proved themselv...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 3 July 1847

Tie Tariff or Me i Was over mortal man so humbugged, p.sj the whig party by its lb^ ders, in rpgardto that "ruin" which , they saw would inevitably overtake tho business of this country because «( the repeal of the bill of # 42 and'thxj . suljsUIatjon of that jof '46? One year 'ago, 1 ' orjdi we ^yere saluted by glowing pictures of the prosperity of the'eountryj all the effect of tlie be-4icn influence of the bill of'43, and high and dismal wraught prophecies of the " ruin; anddisaster which the bill of'16 would bring u(>- on the country. Every whig wii met re-echoed them, and shook their heads in a ftind of wobegono mainmr, which for the life of us- -, we could not help but commiserate, although our better ' judgment | lold us it was the result of a mistaken anil false theory of trade and commerce. Now, however, the bill o " ''46' las been tried—the " ruin" over which eo much whig lamentation was poured, is among the things that nuver were, except in ^ ifitn ' j^inatio...

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