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Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 24 July 1847

% New Woollen Factory AT SOUTH i:.\hT. DUNCAN, JliWETT^Go. have just commeneed bujinosa of niannlaiiuriiii; Woollen Gooda, ilrcssing Cloth, canlin" Wool, i^-c. Their machini ry is entirely new und of eastern nianu-I ' aciure, artd einhraces the latest improvements.— The buf ineea will bo condtatedbv Mr. Jewell who ha! hajd '20 years' experience ' in it. both in this co ntry amd in Kn^land. They will inantiljiejjn>e on thaies, ^ i\irijj one y.-ird'ofcioih foriwcr rtin&a qnaricr lbs. ot" wool, or for ready pay in" -—' ca^h orlcounlry produce, and on as leasonablr terins ai' any oilier c.-labliahmcnt in Clio county J Their n anufattory is locate I ahoul one inilenorifi of the vrllajjc, ' AUEX. DUNCAN. JOSHUA JEWETT: - ISAAC I!, STEVENS. Norlli East, June 12. 1^17. .linJ NO. Ill AGAINST THE WORLD! NO EXCUSE FOR. [IGNORANCE NOW J012L JOHNSON, ^japap«gi I I l| CHEAPSIDE, has jtiFfftgy-A'^JBl " *-"§» received from Now York SS9Ws*BaH anew apd cle»ant supply of books...

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Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 24 July 1847

NFAV ESTABLISHMENT. AUCTION & COMMISSiOi^nr&RE r 1 u-ifc. unrlor«igiiud beg leave to inform thefr A. frifiids andlhe publii- ceiii'ially, I tlj.it thei' have cotiiinenccd the above business at the oip stand >\( John Graham, on' A.ite sUcctJttvo doors dorth of die Eaglo Hotel, ' ».lnre they are ^ ready to receive and di.-posc of all kinds of Goods that may be consigned to them, cither by Public Auction or Private Sale. They hope that by strict attcntion * Taall business entrusted to, them, 'to gain a share of the public patronage. ^ T' 1C >' ""' a ' rt0 keep ou-handa choice stock oC ' iea ' dy made tlolhins, Rtiitattle to ihc seasons, which {hey will §cll cheap as the cheapest. 1 ', , GRAHAM ^ ' THORNTON. Eric, April 3, 1317. ' -1G

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Id=188 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 24 July 1847

N OTES OF AN .EXILE, by £. |W, Milicr. .being an account of the authors confinement at Van Dcamang Land, jtfst received and for sale al Spaflforda's Bookstore. ¦- "' ¦ . I ; Erie, May 3,1847. I. J; \ ft _ LADIES CravaU and Point's, a (iiie selei/ti»>» and something new, together with some nice hat Ribbons, just opened at the coner opposite the Eagle ApriUS ^ Wool! Wool!! Wool!!! THE highest pricep ' aid.for Wool at No: 1, Commercial Exchang*; Frcmsh «tree:. ^ Krie. Mav 20.- 16-17. ' - . l

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Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 24 July 1847

FIRE INSURANC FARMERS AND MECHANICS' tlNSITRANCE COMPANY, OP RR0KLYN, N. Y. FOR persona desirous ot Insuring in the above company, the subscriber will ' receive and forward tho necessary ah^veys of property, and procure for them free,of pSSgge such policies may be dosircd. . ^**«v «i^—v Tho above company is entirely rct<ponsib!e,,and insures upon very liberal and advantageous term?. Any information that may bo desired in relation jo said company can be had by calling upon the Eubscriber at the olHce of Graham & Thompson. , CA.IJSON GRAHAM. Erie.June 12 18J7. tfl B " 1 *" j n , m n(j us "' he j ;

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Id=184 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 24 July 1847

CASH! ' CASH'.! CASH will be paid for 10,000 I ushcls wheat, 10,000 do Corn. 10,000 do Bi.rley, 'and 5"o barrels Flour, if delivered aSitto S . ¦ 111. OADWELL. Erie, Oct. 10, IS 16. ' , ' Jl DUCT. VVISX: *"- 'S U.-1IUIIU- lUI-»mol' Wil.i Clirrry the CptrbrjtVd remrdy for Cou^uiij.lion ainl oil.,/ 'list-ittft-a of the Lung.-*. ' a!m> Wistar « (icnlle Turcatire Till". I'or tali- hy Dr.I'.IHall, Ajor t, rurncr ofitata ml Sewnlh »ts, Eric, l'a. 1 ,\e\. in. 1SHI

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Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 24 July 1847

CO UNT'S. I r-ghnrn Hat?, a, cood an»ortment T rv •>• b-! ' 'M..d it ,*' 1 *'"* r '*-'*;i-v Tj» j("r-. V1'" ' "* 1 peeially invited totFiis branch of our trade. The Goods have all been purchased cheap, and will be sold cheap. For further evidence please call at METCALF'S. J. D. CLARK, in charge for P. Metcaif, respectfully solicits the patronage " of his old friends and cuf timers at Store No. 1, Reed House. May 29,1SJ7. )<1 9e *" " s

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Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 24 July 1847

V1ENA , Carolina, ( .(iletins and SeoliUi 1'l.iids also Linsevs, and Worsted Gooilsofall kinds for sale 1 cry low at • Oapivei.l'3. j t . , (---WIN TEH Sperm Oil, si pure'article, for sale at B. TOMLINSON &,Co's. _ J-:ne, Feb. 13, 1847 ^ ' \ IM

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Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 24 July 1847

/JKVV GOODS BY RAILROAD. JIM VE jnst received this morning a new supply Vplciin and (willed Ghin«ham, also a of prints, <5-c, irhich will be soldcheap for cash b y- ,C. tM.TIBBALS. May I, 1817- ' 50 "P" lot isl) . i

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Id=181 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 24 July 1847

PITTSBU UGH utckinghamWaro— A beau liful article, and Jood assortment justrcceiv cd and for sale by f. . f p. T0ML1NS0X ^- Co. Ausust i. 1846. I U -¦ , — —. ^^^^^ NONE CAN BE LIKE THEib dr. hr rick 1 -;;; 1 Standard Family- Medicines " THE FAVf tBIXE BEMEDY OF VnB »AY.-Tlic hiRh eijcomiumi of nril.t *"« whrrc liotowcd upon llieir ile«€rre,lly popular m,,j fJr by < itizeni of the bighrit rcspctlaliij»(y, .MiJ b y t».B k!?1 of the mr.liral prof«<lion in ncry 'Sction of it. i- *'J SI it*4 ¦nil Dritiih Pos»c»ion», cntillet them in u,, ''* ofthr Cuiiqui-rcnof Ulsri-f. A m»«» of AK, rlc,a *' C'ntiulirm ti-Btiinuny ie in the D,»rlar> po*««.»»j On .,f rtj>t-rlormeil by tlic^c i>n:«-miu*-nt rmiedvt afd-r llip ff, Cli "7 cd trcaimaut'of ihc mclical f:»cully. an.l,itic tD..strK i ' t,V" rcmoilioiif lliclavliaH l,n,!,i Irii-rt in va,,, "' ' ¦" DR. HERRlCK'S|VK«iBTAULE SUGap COATED PILLS. Ma> l>c u^cil with m.irkR(l p i'uee f»f nrinrrv il]...

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Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 24 July 1847

j Homclhlng worth Kooning about. A rarity under the, head of a Patent Medicine .advertisement. We ask our readers to pursu e the following, knowins-tlicv will profit thereby.

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Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 24 July 1847

HIRIS. —Hair, Grass, and 1 Morialec, SnirW juat received at No. 4, Chcapsidc. .-, ^, ..„ „,, " MORTON & Co. rt»; '

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 31 July 1847

what are you listening for?" ask the father; **I hear.nothing but the factory." "Nor I, father; I wiah we did not always hear that,—it " "It puts you in mind of father's nccidentl I know, Ruthy, and bo it does me, hut then it sets me off thinking how my life was spared, and how I should never ^ have known what a good woman mother is, but for that—'t is jiot every wife that would care for such a poor rack as [ am." "O, father!" exclaimed both molhor and child. "Well, then, it is n'>t every woman that would give up the'thoughtg of being the wife of a rich agent lor a company, move out o,f a nice new . house, and stitch, and stitch from morning to night to support'her family.— Who has a right to be cheerful, * if I have not? I can tell you there's times when the factory makes my thoughts go straight up." Our friend . Hathaway' s voice was rathef cl|okedhe cleared it, and added, "but what were you listening to r Ruthy, dear?" "Why, father, I was listening for the railroad...

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 31 July 1847

"'TWAS KVEN THUS." \ An.amusing illustration of the false philosophy which estimates a man's wealth by the | quality of <.his clothe , and his n'orth by hie !' wealth, occurred at a religious meeting not < a long time ago. A 'couple, a iparcnly tuai) and wife entered the ;liurch vlbre \helmeot-/r ing was held. * From their sty u of dress, it | seemed probable thatithcy were straAgers in ' a strange land. ' T j heir garment Kbadgh good , and clean/were neither costly n )r fushhmble. They entered a new' po ' w when ?at some lu-*| dies, whose exterior was considered more l showy, ond who seemed to look with some t contempt, not republican rcuuinly, upon their neighbore—the latly bei ig, of course, the principal object of ob»ervat.p;i. ] The business of the meeting iruceedrd, the strangers evinced much interest in ' .he -*erniou, and the 'collecliuu was made. The plate bearers presented them to thoae in the pew who appeare'd respectable tto the stingers they presented ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 31 July 1847

From the Union Sfa^nzmo. THE CITY CLERK. x BY MISS CATIIAItlNF. M. SRDGWICK. /r -— ".\ «i^tfrs lo\e' I ilwcll upon Mic ih-ine — ^ Tl.c only lo\e un rwrlli lo which Iho earlb I Hub gi\cn ao t.iint of srir-r-jgiinlt'il care.'* IIkxky W«k. Ft is about the middle of November—n bright, t-oft day, when the genial spirit of the year looks buck 4yifh ono of his farewell -Tniles. His warm breath has spread a silver linzi 1 over the m»ifed hill-sitloa. The mountain tops arc shining 1 —the dried leaves, bitten oil'by the frost, turnroun' . and round, and drop wiilmiitn snund.1v A rather narrow, brisk stream runs rapidly. ' de«c?:rliri;» as it goes, till it realchos the rear of a noat one-storv hoit-c, where, bein? set hacl; by a dam below, it ( coins lii;e a iihili' of burniihe ) steel from which a i-oft vapor is li^ii ' ijj. Around its ci'jios is a thin coating of ice, inJirating-.the cold of lljp praviouu m^^* TKu km»o*> •*«...»- on tii'. ' ileciivity'of a hill that slope* gradu...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 31 July 1847

BY! P> 1^1 KLIN & . F. SLOAN ~ STATK STRBliT , EUIE, P^. 1 : „ T E n " iFs . One copy, one year, i a udviincc, SI 50 Otlifrwise, twodoHjrl a year will invjirinblv In 1 rlurjjeil. Theso termi nil ' l be strictly udlirred in in nil cases. , VJv.Tlisumunl'i insor cd at jO corn 1 ' - p'-r s<j<iar« or tliu first insertion, and 25 cents Cor each suli-.cijtlent insertion. Job I'rintii):.', of all vrtriuties. such as P>ool»s P.impMot", Handbills ,f'how Hills, Oniils . Strttmmi it Bills, BliinKs lor lfcole« , Itt'ccipis. t.c. iwc ..lied in ili<' best style tiind on siioi I not ice. MARSHALL fc, LOCKWOOIV Attornn. * at Law. f O lien up slnirs in tlif.Tam m.iny Hull building,i orih oftlie ['rotliunut art ' s ( Hike. _ ' ! -i- 9 SMITH A ' CICSON. " 7" IVulcr in l>iy iJumJ , Urocme.- 1 , Hardware, Uiioiiis Wain, Liim , lion, Nuils kc. No. 121, Clw apsidi:. Eric, V i. JOHN H MlLhfXR, County ancPHiiroiu:li Si rwyor; oljice in. Exchange linil.li...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 31 July 1847

JOI|1|V II. liUKTON Si CO. VYlw\osaW' .».ni l rcuUUenlcttin l)m2?,M"!i>nr s UyofttulYs,iJrocciic.s,tJc.}so.5, Heed llufee E ' rie, Pa. ' -j| ('. M. TililiALS, (ir.iloroin Dr; (5«jods , UroLcnes, - ( , -e. Nn. 111 l.'lirapside, Kiie fia.' f;n( w\vkv & Vincent. IValer;1 in 1 fy Tlood. 1 *, {Uikeri'vs, *S;e., Ni>, 1. Iionin II i'JT y^ , State -I .l-' rio, Pa , I ~ ~ ClVtiTKH iv lillOTilER. - l>c.ilcrs in lj ' riii'.< , .Medium.-, I'.uiil- ' 'i!-, Hye, ^ni^, ClJ .i-9 , i^c, No. C Kced Hou-'e, ' i ' i>' I'a. K. TOMLINSON &. Co. / Forwarding and (Jonllni^^ ' lol) Moieli.int-; t«'i Vu nch Sv cc», Kiic, and a' fl.h Hiri ei i. '.in >1 l».» fa'in, also ileali r? in I i rot eries and Pr'>\ i-mas. IENRY CADWHLL. Oealer in 1 lurdware. Dry (iondsJOrMeerii *. ke east side cl ' the Diamond, and i/ie door ¦ .ii-l ol lhoKa»lu lloU-l, Kiic, Pn. , t E.\nLK HOTEL, py Hiram L.Urown, e»m«'r »1' Slate fret ainl the PuUli p(juiie, l*'.rie....

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 31 July 1847

HEMOVAL G ljOO.WlSit Co. have romoved their slock • 0IXL3CKS, W atcmesj I Jbweibt, Faxcv Ooop<,kc..'ib.,So. 5, People's Uow, State mrcet, nearly cppoi ileXjie Eagle Hotel, where thev will be pleased \3 have their f lends call as u-«ua\. N. B. A lar^c addition to their stock in trade will be :rud; in a shnr'. time. lll''OVEt. .—\Ve have the best assortment that >^ will hi in ihisinarhci ofall kind^iiicludins fctewat,, scll imported black and fancy iCirj , ftMy ind v«i,. g»,ed SilkK and China Linen. Art ' JG. WILLLVMS t^ WKKU1T, AtONE. | r BY MARY L. GILLIES. 'T»ai miilnight, nn<l ho «nl olono — Tlic huilKUiil (if iho dcid. Tliut ilaj.- ihe il.irk ^lusthatl bi'cn thrown l.' fion licr btirird lmn"l. IlernrphunM chililrcn riHuid him slept, Uut in their sltirp w^uttl intiuuj Then fell tho first le.ir ho h.id wrpl—lit; frit ho wai alone. The Worl.l warfull of lifoj«nd light, Hut .tli, no marc for hurt! His little worlilj o'icn wutr» and bright—II now ftn« coli...

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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 31 July 1847

WHAT i>O THE WHIOS WANTf No party ever administered a government more successfully j than have the Democrats fiat of tho Un tod State?, yet none have ever had so bitter an I unscrupulous a n opposition to contend with a;;' they. Ever since the formation of the two parlies they have been in the ascendency, with ttio bare exception of twelve years, and-in a I that timb the history 7 of the past and tho pi escnt, show an almost unprecedented and in lexampled slate, of prosperity. Yet there nevej has been a democratic administration that iyfs not denounced hy the opposition ' as iiiiu ical to the best interests of the people, and bunt on the destruction of the prosperity of tl e<£otintry.j "Ruin" and " panic," " war, peslilimce nnd famine" have bc«n the burden of their songs and arguments until now it is as natural to hear them croak as it ii for the chanticleer to crow for the morning's dawn. In all this time, too, there never was a dispute between our I i I ' i i • I...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 31 July 1847

"AN AMUSING SCENE. ' The¦Bufi'uiojCnnimo . rcial Advertiser, a bitter FederaWprjnt, gives this" heading to the following: ft " We are informed, by a, gentleman from Chicago, that| when the letter of Lewis Cass was read to th£ Convention, it took the people witli so- 'much'surprise that they c . allod for a second reading, which was followed byjeors rnoYetbre,"Mr. Casa was read twice, and laid on the table."' Without intending to say aught in disparagement of the other distinguished Democrats \vho felt it to be their duty to write more lengthy tpi.-tles than that of Gen.Cass we must say, that, so far on the proceedings ofthis.great Convention enableus toj dge, he did no les.-i than he should have done, ty merely stating the reasons why lie could not . attend. His opinions on the subject of Western Improvement?, as well as those of "the other distinguished gentlemen, aro * known to the country: and, from tlie-jwcfl knov n character " of the great 3ody of those who composed the...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 31 July 1847

O'ConncJJ in Parliament The Dublin journals speak in terms of strong indignation-^ the omission, in Parliament of any demonstrations of respect upon the announcement of the death of the Libera-•tor. The Speaker, it appears, was duly and formally apprised of the event, yet the subject was not alluded to in the House. Even when the writ was moveVl for the election of a new member in his place, the same unusual and unaccountable silence was preserved. The "Dublin Freeman's Journal," of June IS, has the following strong remarks upon thesubjpet: "We cannot but regard this both as an individual and uationa 1 insult. It has been the long establishedcustom of the House, on tho death of au eminent representative, to accompany the motion for the writ with a tribute of respect for his services, and regret for his decease. The journals of the House abound with suth demonstations. Burke, Pitt, Fox, VVindham, Wilberfurce, Grattan, and a host of others less conspicuous, have had their virt...

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