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The greatest Discovery of the Age!
,Timurains macultivric OINTMENT.
Mlllll laths list attempt to combine the ELECTRIC
or MAUNBriC FLU 11" with Powerful Vegetable Ex
tracts Seib' fens etas tilatment—tu be applied eater Oak
17 for the real of diastase. i The faintest unlimited sue
cab it bee loot with stamps it at once, the GREATEST
Dvscutgav or THE AGE. It is constantly effecting
ewe" ell libeeftbe utmost importance. The most incrola
lOUS 114111 CON ViNCEr t t—the most faithless are compelled
MI bellows's the power and virtue Oftbis great remedy.
Islaisdisraally admitted to be TUE MOST WOSIOER
FILM 0./111BIKATJON KNOWN lo the WORLD for the
/0111SZL1ATE RELIEF of disci.' and pain.
ilineoes fads while there remains sufficient life to restore
instead aad keolthy action to the capillary Is cribs
hod/. oad *Main Mt drat:attire Vibe blood. By this means
OnminalEsgpower isgained neer the most malignant/or= V
GISELPIE which cannot be obtained from any other rem
edy,. Such is the power of this combination that it pens.
Datil te army portion 'gibe haul an frame; every bone mud
lona4lNuitia, eerie and ligament iiseaiehed emend made
sensible of purifying and beefing I influence. Hence it
Wert . sea mad By with internal as external dl
Phillielelle L.11111112C1111 are oar racord where this remedy
has restored hekltb to patients so near the grave that the
meet powerful internal remedies failed to produce any of
fset' Such has frequeutly been the nese in INYLA HA.
TlOll of .he - BOWEle.4—no patient ever need die with this
discus where the Magnetic Ointment can he olitnine,l.
Thal dengereire Epidemic known an the PUTRID ERY
SIPELAS eau always bn cured by this remedy. -,
10, 114FSAHATORY 1111ELTAI AT'S.% this Ointment.
Loth, most complete remedy ever prepared.
he cue, out of 100 it will afford entire reliV to the
Wrest cues of NERVOUSHEA DA CII E in thirty minutes.
,For Plarroos Diseases du. remedy h. of im meu.e ve us.
i f.Arectionsof the Spine, Rheumatism, Lameness, Ulcer
are So Throat, Bronchitis, Pleurisy, Croup, ChM*,
Fadelute Mathes. Ague in the Face or Menet. Burns.S aid
sEcrotillt.Salt Rheum..Erisipeles, Inflamed Eyes,
ever Bores. &e. will be Immediately relieved by the use
of ale tamed DR:BINGHAM% CERTIFICATE.
le reply to your queriea with regard to the results of the
lzpitrissente I hams made with your justly ...clammed
blagne.ie Ointments I can say with Meese re them ',deem it
wee etas GREATER r DISCOVERIESI , F THE AG K.
It is sow nearly two Years since Inommenced using it
in my practice, and 1 bare tested it Iti cases of Influtrima-
Rea. both local and geniral, of the most maglignani kind
with ertilierfel auccess; even whore Lill interim' remedies
failed, I base succeeded with this.
1 have Heated case* of letlamatinn of the Brain. loth•
station ofthe Lungs, Infatuation of the Bowel,. Inflame-s
-leep Rheumatism. and Chili•bed Fevers, with perfect
socemist alas cases of Scarlet Fever, Conker Mutt, and
Dkeraiad - phrost and Lungs with like sneers,.
le the Eprolemto known as the Putrid Erysipelas, by
which re many saleable lives were lost. I tented it fre-
Willii.r. aid it never failed ()reflecting a speeds and cm ,
tale cans. I ''
le eases et flor'n9. Sprains, Bruises, Frozen Limbe, &e.
It acts like • charm. ,
He Phyridels• er amity will be • tingle day wit out
this Madicise, all becomlny acquainted with savbwer
by vire. ; . nixotiAH, Physician sod Surgeon.
• 17tPak If. r.Jan. EL 1846.
For farther particulars and testimonials, see p.m •
phen with each agent •
Arica 115 and SO cents per home.
AGENTS.—CarIey & Brother. wholesale end retail.
i Er* IL N. & J. L. Webster, Conneaut, Ohio; Riley
Potter, West aprirreeleld; W. IL Townsend. Springfield;
L. S. Jesse & Ca. Girsi•d; John A. Tracy, Fairview.
Erie, Arrest 14. 11347.-103. -
, OUR FLAG IS THERE!
ARE HERE !
HURP.A! HURRA!! HURRA!!! '
The new Jew Store again Ahead!
VAT received at the Nits Jew Store, No.
ef Fleming Block, Stateatreet, anew and eplep
did Iliortment of FALL ft WINTEII. GOODS!
consistin* in part of k
BROADCLO HS. —French, English and Amer
! lean black, blue, brown, gold anu cadet mixed
Droadcloaths, cheap as the cheapest.
ALSO.—Cassimeres and Feelings to match, both
1111 to color quality and price.
GRCOCERIES.—A - 'general assortment of choice
Crsperies, which will be sold extrcemlylow.
CROCLEttY —A beautiful assortment of crock •
cry at price that cannot fail in please.
BOOTS AN SHOES.—Without boasting we
can truly t o we have the cheapest and best as
WU:font of Boots and Shoes, including Ladies,
Gentlemen. nd Boys, ever brought to this city.
CAPS.—Me and Boys caps, that cannot fail to
At both the um and head—come and try.
LADIES DRESS GOODS.—Here we are at
home. We have cashmeres, de lanes without
number and almost without price; Gingham,
and Alpaccas, California plaids and Swiss Ind
Telatonkluslins; wide gimp and gimp cord;
dress buttons, Cords and tassels; but what is the
Use of ennmerating —we have every thin° to
make the handsoma more divine
! nd the tr;:ly
BlLKS—Striped antilPlaid Poult de Sois,
White gro de &vies,
Black watered 4. Satin stripe pooh de soi,
Black and blue back, gro do Naples,
Black grade Rhino.
SHAWLS—Of all prices, shades and quality
from the cheap.cotton up to the finest ailk
GLOVES—Of all kinds, Tiara and sizes.
Hosiery, Suspenders, Prints, 'Picks. Drills, Pic
torleik In' short every thing suited to the season
Ready Made Clothing.
Our stock of ready made timidly,. is large'and
oplandid, and willbe sold cheap. We do not wish
to boast, but wa think we can convince any one
by calling that we sell a good article for a smaller
turn than any other establishment in town. At
Any rate "the proof of the pudding is in the eat-
Wit," th. refers FRY US!
I43'Mind the) name and number.
ISAAC ROSENZWEIG &. CO.
24, 1847.. 18
"Not fora Day but for all Time."
STANTON'S EXTEANAL,AEMEDY. CALLED
AS now given abundant evidence of heal;
H Jog powers, and proved hself the must eitra
ordinary Ind Wonderful medicine in the world:—
In the short space of two years, it has acquired a
reputation for curing disease and releaving pain
fir greater than any medicine ever discovered.
Its winidorful ewes have astonished the Medical
Faculty, who now universally concede jut :heat
valise. They Speak of it in the highest terms end
commend its use.
It is condemned . try - none. On the contrary, its
praise is universal. he cases of cute, are so nn •
itteroUs that it would take volumes to recount them
-:-and it • is a fixed fact, and is not disputedohat
U.S a pain extractor It has no equal. For the many
attaaishing mires, see the pamphlet to be had of
each' scent. If you. Suffer. with either of the dis.
• elute* Gs which It is recommended; resort at once
to iwase and he cured. For the following dis
eases Itir4snaJapillible remedy:
; - • .'/••• Spinal
maims. Paralysis and all ner
•fTiltlus affectiona,,Salc Rheum. Croup or
Ague in the Breast and Face, Weak
thekilato, colds, tooth ache, sore throat and
idetirated sores, indolent nlcers.burne
froate4fetil.C9f4Nbunyons. fresh wounds
inyeilingiand bruises, scrota,
- Jetts eirectitins, mut.
, • trilobites and
. • H Poisons. •
'NWT_ Lialtatat is sold by ail the reepacta
ids All bli• irebantir and Dristreists throughout the
q k sad by. the Preprietorsi it Sing Sing,,
t tIP. . E. STANTON,
itu i t O Efin, Worm
to Fairview; 8. L. loner a Ca. Ginutt.'
tea.tut • • kill
- -Ca=b- for- Flax' Seed.'
WILL pei the Moot pike in eith kti my
;, it tua itkietvlai !m i t '; ;.' O. M.TIBBALS.
DYE STUFF.III;•,-41iiidder, ton , ..Wood,
ktVirool Wood.- AIUM,. Copperas,
Inge Vitaiol, cream Tartar. Indigo. &a, for ,isle
deep fbr lb. resdlr ~ L by
.11.3 lio; P 4 I)
Sr.. for sale al
s,,' X., I.
pHAWL4S—Frotrtj ,tali4o. crepe"
Pelattsq.do. of tlifrerent eizei and cvl•
t the cheap ittare of •
DYSPEPSIA AND SICK HEADACI-I.
This remedy having been for several YTara
employed by the proprietor in ;his practice on a
very large scale in Mononghealia, PfeetorOdur
rison and Randolph countries, Virginia. besides
several other places, and having been attended
with the most happy effect, he has be l en from time
to time or:dieted to udopt buck a sotdee es would
give it a more extensive eireulation.iwith a view
to lesson the amount of human sudering Aware
of the fact that trrmy useless noitruins have been
palmed upon the public, hehhea ted , several
years; until thoroughly c onvinced t the above
mediccne, if properly used, wouldof fail to-ef
feet cures Ina great many instances, and even to
alleviate those cases v,hich.are gulf° incurable.
Symptoms of a Diseased Litor.-j-Pain in the
right side , under the edge of the ribs , increased on
pressure. Sometimes the pain is' i the left Si le.
The patient is hardly able to lie the Jeri side.
Sometimes the pulp is under the shoulder blade.
It frequently enteritis to the top of the shoulder,
and fa sometimes mistaken for rheu natism in the
right arm. The stomach is eitetei With IPSS of
appetite and sickness—the bowels in general are
costive, sometimes alternating widilaxl-the head
is troubled with pain, accompanied %Ott) a dull,
heavy sensation in th , • back part. chere l gen
erally a considerable loss ofinetnoryaecompanied
with a painful sensation of havinu- left undone
something which ought to have lan done. A
slight dry cough is sometimes un attendant. The
patient complains of vteariness until debillity.—
He is easily startled— his feet aro enld or burning,
—and he complains of a prickly sr .ntion of the
skin His spirits are low—and • %though he is
sati lied that exercise would be he efieial to him,
yet c eardscareely summon up for nude to try it.
. In fa 1, he distrnsta every remedy. Several of the
atm e symptoms attend the disc se; but cases
have muted' where few of Ahem tisted; yet ex
amieation of the body after death, has shown- the
liver to have been extensively darn
This is to certify. that having •een associated
with Dr. M'Lane in the practice of medicine for
two and a half years. I have had rekiny opportuni•
ties of witnessing the good effect- of his Liver
Pills; and I believe they have cured and relieved
a much larger proportion of the, diseases'of the
liver than I have known cured andvrelieved by
any other course of treatment.
Dec. 7, 1837. OLIVER. NIORGAN, M.D.
This is to certify, that I hive been °filleted for
for rii years with the Liver complaint; and' ap
plied to different physician, obtaining temporary
relief. On hearing of Dr. Ill'Lane's Liver Pills;
I obtained and used two boxes. I now feel almost
restored to livalth. The Liver Pills luiv.:t given
me a most surprising relief.
S. DAVIS, near Pittsburg h
011iERVE...-^AVono nro genuine without a . lac
siiniie of the proprietor's signature. Prepared
for the Proprietor by ,
JONATHAN MD & CO.
Wholesale and RetailDulgish, No. GO Wood
N. 8.--In order that there Ind . ) , be no pistake,
he 'particular and ask ler Dr. AM' Lane's Liver
; 11a-. I\l,- ( 7: 1.:4 ANE '. S,
I . V ERNlifttGiE-__,
LoWELL, Trumbull Co. Ohio, March 6.1647
Jtl.aars Kidd ta< Co.— Unso:icited I send this'
testimonial concerning Da. C. , ftPLANE'S
WORM SPECIFIC. About seven years since I
waft called upon to visit a youn7,Women about
twenty seven years of age. 1 found her laboring
under strong symptoms of Prolapsus -Uteri. She
inframed me that she was unwell for something
like eight years, and that she had b_e.en treated by
several - of the neighboring Physicians, tt ho failed
to effect a cure—and in fact had spent all she had
—and was mill in no better condition then when
she commenced taking their Medicines, and Wal
compelled to work what she ..was Add° fur her
board. The Physicians to whom she had-aPplid,
had uniformly trea:ed her as in case of Prolamin*
Uteri, and other complaints peculiar to females.
For six or eight weeks 1 treated her case as one
of the above mentioned,. without any beneficial
effect. Sho was taken with vomiting blood, end
front some other symptoms that existed at the
time, f was forced to the conclusion that she was
troubled with warms, and told her what I thought
about it, and proposed that she had better take
some worni in:gnome; but she aas hit ly-attended
at the idea of hot: being troubled in that way.—
She said it was all pertectly nonsensical that the
other physicians never hinted -Lt to herand
she therefore thought it useless. I finely pre
vailed on her to talt'e some of MI.:NNES . A ti F.R
ICAN %VORNIISPECt one bottle of which
she was to take at two doies, and the result was
she passed toreol undred and seven nine
tv of whic4'were in one knot or ball, and required
the assistance of a neighbor .wonien that t as in
to take them from her. I saw her, and she then
told me the ,worms were all large.' I then Propoi
cd to give some more of the same medicine, and
the satne presCiiption as before. which bias dune
—andthe result xas,she passed font hundred and
'fifteen worms, that 'hemmed, besides a number
that were nor counted. -
After she passed the worms her ordinary bealth
rettirned —and since that she got married, and
raised a mall tlinily, and sill cootiatics to have
her health. Yours, c.
JOHN [SUTLER, M. D.
The incredulous can tree Doctor-Butler's letter,
in reference to this wonderful catt-;dry calling any
time at the Druz Store ofj. Kinn it Co, corner of
Wood and Fpurth creels.
This voluble preparation is for sale by. •
J. KIDD & CO.
Corner of Wood and Fourth ste.
I , ''Be particular to inquire Orr "Dr. M'Lane's
American 'worm Specific. or Vermiluge.
Acestrs,—Carter & Brother, J. H. Burton &
Co., Erie- J. Marvin, Waterford; John •M'Clure,
Girard; fohn A. Tracy, Fairview; W. 11. Twin
set d, Springfield; Hull & Vincent, Crancsville;
Jackson & 'itinpbell, Edebboro; B. C. Town' &
CO. Wattsbure, A. Touitallott;Union'iNillsi J.
H. Haynes, North East.
old by Druggists and Merchants generally,
throughout Ihi United .States. 23
"More of the Effects."
STILL THEY COME .
WE are receiving more Goods, which nu
huh) clieliPer• than ever. and have on h.n,
a Icomplete assrent of plain. plaid, striped n.
fit:tired - Mohair Orleans, Cashmere, Merino, Di
Lisle and Lyon Cloths of the riches styles.
ALSO-150 different patterns and style c
Shawls, embracing all the new productions; wI icl
we will sell as cheap as the cheapest, at theor
ner opposite the Eattle Hotel.
Oct. 23. WILLIAMS & WRIGH
BLACK. LACE DEMI V,EIL;L- knew to of
these very fashionable artielesjast iceetved
and selling very loltv at the New Store.
Oct. 21. • ' ALLYN Si: COI .
RICH. OREGON PLAIDS selling for 2 ,'25
and 31 1-4 cents per yard at the Stpro.
Ginghams,selling proportionally low. •
Oct. 23 ALLYN &COTT.
ADM NISTRATOR' NOTICE.
LF.TTERS of administration de bonit non have
been granted to the sub Scriber on the estate
of Richard Skinnor,,klate of North &et-township,
deceased. Persons indebted' to said estate, or
haring claims attains' the same, aro requested to
call and present them properllyy authernicated for
sett:ement, and settle their indebtedness.
JOHN P. H LL,
• 111 .
ELLIS A. 0 / EN, Ad •1111
Oct. 30, 1847. 6,24
CLEAR THE WAY FOR THE NEW'STORE!
ii, s ,„„„ t „,,,,t va s of New dopda perthe Pectin
Steamers from Fromm and Engliatd I
.L' ALLYN at, p O'IT .
H AV'F: the_plea.tirc of antiotmcine to the eltt-
T zens , ,9lErie tblitthey - iie "t
additinni .td , their -gill `add Wittier Sioikiland
ittertnA others offer the , follo log rich .Goods,stv
extremely , low pricer.„Rich 'goo ,and.Calitim
nia Plaidsonle 3s.fper yard., Lr
vorth 95.; rick dark
Gingham, only 2s.per yard; oak is:prick filtrit .
Ginghemtv , naly tlficts.l.wortit , 34);ete.;,,rich-dark
Gingham, only le. porter& *orth 2e.; rich dark
Calicries.latestetyles 12 141 andlls,cle.per yard;
every style Of rich Shawls fro 25 cents to $1800;
a, few mli
eceenewestaw , Si k.-,Plaido.for,6s. 6d.
per yard;. ti' good senartrnene f.. Oloves,,Hosieryi
Private, terity articiesind email nick necks,- too
numerous ,to mention., ,Plea l etrixill and examine
our stock before purchasing. Jae it is worthy
your IlliMnion•i''t ,', ,-,,, 1- AtlaYS-lit corr., ..,
Prie, Oct. 16. 1817 - . '' j. . .4 ' -.1-? 22
XTEVV . doildit .ddst
111 daily, at ' ALL
Oct. 16, New r
LYN & CQP Ps'
BY THE• QUEEN'S PATENT.
OF BUCHAN'S HUNGARIAN BALSAM OF LIFE..
'(SHE GREAT ENGLISH ttC vIRD'Y for COLDS, COUGrHS, ASTH
1. MA; and CONSUtiPTION3
THE MOST CELEBRATED and INFALLIAnLE remedy for Colds.
Coughs, Asthma, or any form of PULMONARY CONSUMPTION, is the
the HUNGARIAN BALSAM OF LIFE, discovered by Dr. Buchan of
London, England, tested for upwards of' seven years in Great Britain and
on the Continent of Europe, end introduced into the United States under the
immediate superintendence of the inventor . ,
The astonishing success ot the Hungarian Balsam, 'in the Cure of every
form oICONSUNPTION, warrants the Anterieun Agent ire soliciting for
treatment the WORST POSSIBLE CASES, that can he found in the corn
munity- 1 - cases that seek relief in vain from any of the common remedies o
the day, and have been given up by the most distinguished Physicians esi
CONFIRMED AND INCURABLE. The Hungarian Balsam has cured,t
and will core, the MOST DESPERATE OF CASES. It is no quack nus-I
tram, but a standard English Medicine of known and established efficacy.
Every family in-the Milted States should be supplied with Buchan's Hun
garian Balsam °Miro, not only to counteract the consumptive tendencies
of the climate, but to 100 Used as a preventive medicine in. all codes of Colds,
C0n,71)4, Spitting of Blood, Pain in the Side and Chest, Irritation and sore
ness of the Lungs, Bronchitis, Difficulty of Breathing Hectic. Fever, Niolo
'Sweats, Emaciation and General i Debility, Asthma, Influenza, Whooping'
Cough, and Croup.
In case of actual disease of the lungs, or seated Consumption, it is• the
ON LY- SOU RC e; OF HOPE. _
Sold by McDonald & Smith, solo Agent for the United Kingdom, at the
Italian Ware-house, Regent-st. London, in Dolt and and Cases, for ship,
By Special .Ippointini•nt- - -DAVM P. BR ADT* 119 CourtAit., 'Boston,
Mass., r ole Agent fur the United States and British American Provinces.
Ame t an price, $1 per bottle, with full directions for the restoration o
.cohtaining niass of English and American certificates and
either eVidence, showing the unequalled - merits of this Great English Rome
dyisray be obtained of Agents, grills,. • •
one genuine, Without the written signature of the American Agent, on
'a gold end bronze label, to counterfeit which is forgery. •
AGENTS.—Si Tabery. Syracuse, General Agent for New Yotk ,
and the western States.
nr RE Ai...ZI
Pront•the Baptist Clergyas Ili at Moose, Oswego, County.
"I do hereby most cheerfully certify that I have used Dr. Ottehati's Hun
:ration Balsam in my family with great success. My little girl, now in her
seventh, year was, itt the month of Oolober, 1814: attacked with a pain in
her right - side, and dotwithstanding we used all diligence to remove it, she
continued to grow worse, an I after ohtui ning the cohneel of Dr. B—; who
thought the.ll iglu Lobe of her Lungs so arriously affected that her recovery
was exceedingly doubltil. I was induced to Gliinin one betile of the Balsam
uni before one third °fit was taken, the little sufferer resumed heeplaysarul
her 'cheerfulness teturned, and before two betties were used her health we
WESTFIELD MARDLE FACTORY.
TlO subscribers having a good assortment of
New England marble on 'hand, from differ
ent quarries, calculated for Head and Foot tables,
Monuments, &c. which they offer to sell to uny
one in Erie county, 'Pa. not living farther than
Erie, lettered in first rate stale, and delivered, at
the following - prices: Small, lbr children, $1 50
per lbw; Middle size, for aged people, $1 62 per
foot; Largest size $1 75.per . firof. We think it
would be an object for some of the , Erie county
people to forward us a few inscriptions as we have
recently beenittfiorned by the:Erie marble dealers
in rather 's, bragging %eay, that. they were, sticking
it to the Eric and Crawtord county people good.
They-brag very dustily f - r - rf salling.to thett. , Penna•
mites" at front 132 50 to $4 parfoot. Should any
of the people of Erie county be want of any
.thing in our line, they:can forward their inscrip•
itions„ or come themielves,"and theyshall have a
\ first rate arlicld if the abrivit Prices. .
.Westfield,'N. Y. Sept. 13; 1815: - 171
MILACK SALTS.--1 will- pny Caoh, and t h e
1-1 highest price for any quantity of Black Salta
delivered at M'Keun, or at my.etore in Erie.
norther 21,1816. C. M. Ttnnms.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
THE paitoerehip heretofore existin between
the undersigned, in the,practice ul Law, has
beau dissolved by mutual consent, Al permons,
intlepted to us are requested io call at the •
and settle their respective acentritts, on dr, befo. e
the first of February next. Those who negle
tilts notice may Incur costs.
Erie, Jan. 11, 1817, :105
The Boolce and papers of the late hall of GAL
BRAITH k GRAHAM arc by mutual azree•
!tient left with me for" the purpose of closing up
die business oftht concern and
. eolleetinu all debts,
which I am Obli.eed to do as, sp-edily a+ possible.
I have associated with me - in . business WM. S.
CANE and IVM. A:GALI3II. AITH, Esqs. and
continue the offire lately occupied ay Galbraith &
Graham, ender the film of •GALI3RAITIIS 4•
LAKE, where all business in the line or the pro•
tension, will be attended to with promptness and
dtop itch. JOHN GALBRAITH.
Erie. February 3. 1917. 39
I'ES OF AN EXILE. by L. IVV, Miller,
being an account of the authors confine
ment at Van Denmans Land, just received and
for solo at Spaffords'aTookstore.
Erie. Nlnv 9, 1817. , 51
IT \VILL pay S cents
. per bushel for ;loud &It'
ashes, and 12 1.2 cts per bushel for house,ush
es dcljvcred atyy ashery or M'lican earners.
Eric, Oct. 24, 1016. - O. M. TIBBALS.•
ASHES.—Those ha-inc good Ashes will do
well to.deliver than at our ashery soon ns
wo are now working olFwhat we have on hand.
April Sih 1.447. S. JACKSON & Co.
AXES.—w awn; & Co's Caet Steel Axes by
the dozen or sinzle.
13. TOMLINSON St Co.
Fehrtinry 13, 11347. • 39
A9B i b t:• l‘ p a r c s i c te r r e e t i e
r C or o p tl a il l i t. l% y else, a Jew
June 26. W. F. RINDRItNECHT.
OLD PENS.—Levi Drown'e Gold Pens. theG
ino , t celebrated matter of the article, a good
assortment kept constantly on hand; also the dif
ferent kinds olcheap (deare4t) Pens, at
G, LOOMIS 4. Co's.
Stara at., nearly opposito
. Jutr 10, 1947. 8
a NEW AND FRESH GROCERIES,
d . No. 6 Poor• Peoples Row.
d TX7 F. BANDERNEICHT has just redeived a
e YV • ,lark and well selected assortment of wet.
dry and Family Groceries; Dye Stuffs, Nails at.d
.f Glass, which he will II cheaper for cash than any
h othet establishment town. Please call and
• see. , June 12, 1817.
TUST RECEIVEV-21i tßige R
J mina() and Java Coffee, one
Big Window, State atrial,- by •
• W: F. RINDEItNECtir,
.Tune 11, 1547 , 4
pitOVEII.I3IA L PHILO:SUP I', and other Yu
ems by Titper, a few copies nt New York pri
ces, jest: received and for tale by,
Erie Autznet 21. 1817
4an GALS., Ohio Store Ware, sale ono
QVA. , dor north of the Biz Window.
June 26. 9 , W. F. RINDEIINECHT.
E NIMBLE SIXPENCE is better than
JL the SLOW SHILLINCO • This is 'the
motto of the New store, "es will be proved to all
that call and gee" at' ALLYN & COLT'S.
Oct. 16. 1847 7 •
, important Decision.-
T'' Contested. trial that hss beert existing so
manyyearti has bean finally settled by it hiry
of Thelve Ladles" and their detisionli, That, tile,
puiest, beit, most fragrant end 'cheapest' Teas to'
be had in this *ction of the' Country are those
which I tem° from the celebrated CANT : OII•TPA
COMPAIit. ' Them ,Teas - - cab' be *bad 'at' SR
timed at?o, c)arrini_if . 4 So' givil enilre'Astisthettie or
ihemoste ' .Mir,t,ialtfilliTidid;g6tiriidoorivbo
asp - Oceir 'lig iresh sinipirtsi weekly. - • 1, • 1 li •
wituitnis kw mut Ailff;
•" • ~ ~ 'DirectlY, opposite the EtogipAdetel,
Sept iB, iiitl; , - l9'
CatiuP; Lewitt Sliiip; Pepper Sauee, Selad
Oil, lettlitterd, Gutuba Jelly, ratiAititlicrhite"Pep.
Oer. ite.; for sale' at N o; '4 Perreettleek by • White;
Sept. 8, • ' Apottt''''
rIARtOit . uttcrrutit have jriel, received,
ILI their summer stock Of W s itidevi Olais,Which
large and complete, slitiNin 7A9 to
5x30, and will be Cut 16 any Ain er ,
41d,Without extra charge. flit alwiye oti bind,
June 19,1647. 6
NOTICE..—The Tin, Copper and Sheet
Manufaetvitta business will be carried
it the old-stand of Ashley & Kelsey, where a
Atom supply of all articles manufactured by h;
will be kept or sale at whelesale and retail. s i
Copper and Brass Ware takes in payment
Tin Ware. JOSEPH KELSEY; Sri
Erie. July 6. 1844.
' L. WARREN,
HAS removed his sash, blind and door Sho
State, between 7t hand,Bth streets; where
will keep constantly on hand or make to order
articles in his line on the shortest notice. T
wishins to obtain first rare work at low pri:
would do well to eivmhim a call heibre purch'
:rte. elsewhere. Glazin.donist all times. Gl!
snd Putty kept constantly on hand.
May 10, 1946.
. HAS . JI.IBTI RECEIVED
Irons No York, per Pommy's Exeross, tat. Spri
Fashions, and is • now ready to execute all ord;
for HATE in the latest Fusion, and of a be!
quality than can be purchased here or elsewhe:
March 16, 1916.
I'hereby given that an application will ho to
to the nest Legislature' of Pennsylvania,
the incorporation of a Bank ICI' tie' called::'
FARMERS and MEIMANICS' BANN," with a C
tal ofono hundreilthonsand dollars, and this p i
ineroaqing the 'penin in Jinn, .htinti
thousanddollars.Slid bank to be located in E
county Pile, State of Pennsylvania.
Erie, July 17; 1817.
H. Cad we i b,
.1. IL wit
J. 11, Fullerton,'
Jame C. Harebell,
A. b. Vincent,
' Wm. S. Lena,
H. L. Brown,
P. At buck la.
"LOOK HERE, WILL Your
IF you wish to buy c heap, you will please ca I at
RINDERNECHT'S N 0.6, Poor People's R i w,
Where you can find the following articles, wl Ich
arc warrented good: —dofree, Sus,ar, Tea, M. as
ses, Tobacii of all kinds, !Hey, Peper, Spice; e in
siamond,Cloves, Nutmegs,Gin.Ter,Starch,Ch co.
late, Cocoa, Mustard by the pound or box, Pc 'per
Sauce, Lemon Syrup, Oliver Oil, Lamp Oil Vine
gar, Firef3rackers,Castile Soap of all kinds, ha
ying Brushes, Powder; Shot, Lead, Percus ion
Caps and Pills, Candle Wick, Twine,. Matt i lies,
Stove Black ing, shoo Brushes and Black :ng, C lath
Tar and Rosi4, Niacohoy and, Scotch shun; so).
pher, Brimstone, Epsom Salts Glauber Salts. %I.
eratus, Bed Cords, Rope, Fish and Chalk Lines,
Herring, Patent Pails, Tubs, Willow Wagons,
Wash Board.., Wire Slyest, Almonds, Madeira
Nuts, Filberts, Curry Combs and , Horse C I rds,
Horse . Brushes and Combs, Saltpeter, Dairy salt
in ba g s, Brooms, Corn - Whipps a d H ;nth
Brooms, Whitewash Brushes. and oilier, articles
too numerous to mention. 1 Please,call and•so for
yourselves. - Erie, Jim 19, 1947.
CAN DV AND RAISINS by ,
the Box or pound
for sale at No. 1, PerAy Block.
July 24. - T. W. monitp..
o, Cub - 4, St. D
door north of the
O. D. SPAFFORD.
PINE NEW. TEAS
T HERE hoe been great deal raid lat ty_ o•
ont Teas, and there are a great In- ny in
Eri9 who pretedd that; theynio selling hefty Teas
eheapes thin any body else. - This in a trtionki.
The Pie Teo C•iiiiiegair 4 • .v .
of New, York, have. pent to their age nts, J nn so
Burton' It Ce.' their several' inrie Tea of TP'!' 4 7 —
They ore fresh. fragrant and highly tlatioreti.'and
Fzened in riehtwo arty Tens; that. pl.
raid in Erle,Mid at prkee _much tees, 'ln every
care white they do iiet`give eatlelitainn,th' Ittnn:!
ey will be Paid back rot them. " There Ta s
pot up In ponnd, half ind'qUirter: pound pen 104
listed with' tinfoil: nidelskeelis them Prom e tilt.
and preserve, their airength . and &Ver.' '
1 a 'BURTON ? Se C ~
picp,. 4 Reed Ho se.
FIFRESFRUITe-r4Yos can and at No.
People's Alotr Oranges, Sultana Iti
Lemons; Fig% Prunes. Box' Raisins;' Cu
and Citrons, cheap tbr. cash by
June 26., - W F. I.IINDERNECI'
BIIFFALO WHITE LEAD.—An ins
Aye superior. article-just received.
Pjltsburib Lead, (Pahnealook & Co'ainab
did in oil, always on band and `Warranted.
Jane 12. J. B. BURTON
liietelY restored; and to the effect 1.4 4.11t13 ITAreta, 1 , r1.11(111I
5. attribute the cure.
.? DAVID 114cFARLAND.
Pastor of thb a
'Baptist Church in Coteau".
Testhatisase trout assekreasetri -
Romania, N. Y... Tune 5, 1845.
Stn.—SotrietimelestiJanuary. I was taken with a violent cold, attended ;
With a distressing CON' h, which in the course ors fevy_days' brought on a
!bleeding of the lunge, ith much soreness of 'the Chest; pain in.the side and
Itauch'poreness ofthe b rest. After being confined to my lied for some days I
'and getting no•tetter, , 1 r. Pardke. formerly Dorian) , Sherlfrof this 'county,
Irecommended me to ge a bottle of Dr. Buchen's Hungarian Balsam of Lite,
obseivine that he had . een similarly afflicted, and by the use of that medi-
cine had been speedily 'and entirely cured. - I immediately got a bottle, and
after using 'it a short time the result was as ha! predicted-I got entirely
well. From the benefi' I received from theßalsOn and' from the universal
good name it bears a onus my friends who have used it for diseases of the
lungeand chest,isim induced to believe it to befone of the best medieines
now in use for those di eases, and as such recoutend it whet public. • •
• . W. W. SWIFT.
• • • Millar I ible care eta Danierens C• 9401.
Toll Tousles. . 1 _ CATO 4 Cost Aug .
es, N. Y. t3,.1844..
Sir—We are entire! ' out of the Hungarian 0 isam, having sold all you
left with us, in our sun ,ediate vicinity, and in . justice to the medicine must
say with astonishing a ;mess. A few days sincere young gentleman of this
town called at our stor ; who had been for months afflicted with a very dis
tressing cough. and w' nted a bottle of the Balsam. ! We•teld him it was of
little use for bite to to , it or any thing eAe—HE MUST DIE. •He wok a
bottle, however, and Iterwards had another. IYestesday he called aimin
Ivory much improved' in appearance, and said he was rapidly ,gaining
Istrenigth,—bUt had it n t been for the invaluable Hungarian Balsam he m at
have died. We wan 13 inIO more of the medicine directly. .
, ! Yours respectfully, - INGH AX & HAVENS:
(Prom Esq. IV. E. Fi k, Canaslota, Jii. Y., dated CANASTOTA Nov. 7, 1846)
To S. '('urges, Ag nt, Etc.—Sir: Having used Dr. Buchan's Hungarian
Balsam in my tinnily t kb the very hest au .teas fair 'lung complaints, and
Navin , ' seen 'Lund , my friends; with 'I ke euccoss, I wets induced last
sprint to beetimean A, ant for the sale of th same, since which I have sold
a great number ofbott es. and haven alm st every instance learned that it
had succeeded beyond II expectatio n , In an e cases where the patient had
been by Physicians of respectability ; PßON AINCED INCURABLE,' and
their cases hopeless, a d I most cheerfully conimeed it to all who are our
Poring with lung comp lets, assuring_thenf hat in most eases they will find
speedy relief. Signed). . f , I WILLIAM E. FISK'.
, More Pron. t .
Establishin , the of of the Ha widen Balsam of life.
. [From Deacon 'earls, of Iffiest, dated FITI'CA, February '4, 1845.) L f •
I cheerfully give my name in &yin of Dr. uchan's Hungarian Balsam of
Life. Last. April, my wife was attacked wi h a violent cough, attended with
rt severe and most NIS RE9SINE PAIN IN Tile side, so bed as to deprive her
ofrest. While in thi Isituation t I called on Messrs. 'Warner - 4. Co. for some
medicine, and they re ommendeitthis Balsam. I I purelireied a bottle, andby
the time we had used ebout one1;11 of it, my wife . began to get better; and
after using the remainaoier, her h Ith was completely Restored. Since that
1 into I have recommended the Bal. am to my friends, many of whom have used'
it with like success. (Signed) JOHN' LEWIS.
Deacon, of the Firsil. Baptist Church in Utica.
F net her Evidence...Mu
ltirlineton Flats, Otsego Co. N. Y. dated Jan. 1845.)
es necesSity of ordering a new supply of the Balsam.—,
4 the medicine and is improving. It is doing wonders
data friend 50 miles from here who was considered
,usirrioss: I sent him two bottles of the Balsam about
o.day I heard from him, and the Belgians is acting on
(Signed). - • A. E. ARNOLD.
'lf, of Genesee,' N. Y. (one of whom is a practising
a new supply of the Balsam, says that 'ln some SE
merB complain of receiving great A/18;ft from its tut e
ruse, N. Y. General Agent for New York 'lnd t h e
l in Erie by C.Seysa & Batrttee, No. 6 Reed House . '
January, Is 4
[From the P. M. at I
I ant twain under
Vy wiry still contintt
in thin section, I hea l '
in a CONFIRMED CON
iwp weeks since, and
him like a charm.
I The Messrs. Mete.
!physician) in °Merin!
'VOLE. CASES our cunt.'
S. TOUSEY, Syr
Westerd Stales. Sol
OUT AT LAST!
THAT longexpected wonder of the age the
1. celebrated and supeijOr "FULTON ST4I IL"
iv now ready for sale odour Store or Found y.—
Persons who have any disposition to see it, a , tn.
vited to call and do so . hcther they wish tot'cpu
chase or not.
LESTER., SENt i *ETT CUES' I "
Aug. I I, 1847. I
N. T Old Stoves taken in payment.
throw them away than mot to get one of tht
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND DRUG(
TH. 'BURTON & CO., are WI
. Agents for Osgood's Indian Chnlagug
Iley's Pain ExtrUctor, and can furnish
at wholesale prices.
Sept: 4, MI.. -
ACCORDBONS, with the improved vt
Bass Viol, Violin and guitar !fringe, frq
by G. LOOMIg & 14
State et., nearly opposite Eitgle
July 17, ISO.
SUPERIOR. French and American rule,
plain Letter Paper,
Maynard and Norm Black Ink
Keats Carmine and Red Ink,
Wafers, Cornmein, Note, Transparent and
Pounce, Black Sand, Rubber, etc. etc. et
For rale by • J. H. BURTO v .
Erie, Juno 10th, 1817
• "" 1••••••••.----
VOPVARDING, COMMISSION & PRO
1` - DUCE MERCHANTS.—W ill continue the'
Forwarding and commission business as usual,
at their ware-house on the Pnblic Dock, Erie. Pa.
and will be ready on the opening of Navigation
of the present year to cot - matt for the shipment o
MeichandieWtrom the eastern cities, or other pla
cee, in Erie, as they are connected with good re
sponsible lines, and having some of the firs. class
.of Steam Boate and Propellers on the lakea , run:
ping to their house, thereby ensuring thesaft: and
speedy transmieeionpf all property entrusted t
their care. They wilt attend to
, the forwardin
of goods up and down she lathes:o iltany of IV
Canadian ports ',on Lake Onterld, and the It lye
St. Lawrence--also south b,/ the Eri 3 Esttensio
Canal. ,y, :1 1 ilk } I i
CASH , ,
advances made on all kinds "f Pro Inc
and sales promptly attended to. They will keep
constantly on hand Bituminous Coe% in large or
small quantiiies,' to suit purchasers. •, :
ALSO—Salt, Plaster in bble,' o bulk, Fish
Iron, Nails, cloves and Castings of e ety deseripl
11FPERENCES. : 0
0 M. Tibbals' •
John C. Beebe, • • " ' ,
Smith-Jackson 4-Co. ' "
----- Johnson, 13 imrod 4-co: "
' tiolt,•Palmer 4. Co. Buffalo.
0. N. Chapin," Albany,
- 'W. Ms:Width 4:Co. " "
,& Co. Boston' •
oeoOge'W. 11olt Sc CO.' N. Y. city,
' E. B. Allen, Ogdensburg, N. Y.
James Brownettoronto C. W.
Wrn. D. ttin._, St. ,Catherine,; "
Standen, Jarvis& Co. Cleveland, 0.
New berry 4. Dote, Chi.s.a. , o, Illinois.,
Fria. March 14. 1847 3
C. M. Tibli2
flornnel Ilass. •
John C. Boobs,
Thos W. Sterrett,
M. W Caughoy,
Pirrsau RUH Itookinghut Ware.— A bedir
Wu! article, and good assortment just receiv.
ed and for salts by
B. TOMLINSON 4• co.
MEHAFFEY ¢ BREWS FEEL keep con
stonily on hand at the Erie Woollen Facto
ry. Plain Cloth; Plain and Fancy Cassimeres add
Tweds, of various colors and qualiticii which thr
exchangefor on delivery, on customary ai
accommodating terms. They also pay cash for
Erie Woollee 71ctory, Juno 10, 1817. 6
LOUKING Glas.ses and looking glass plate,
A large assortment of the above ankles
sale very low by G. LOOMIS ft
Sta.e at., nearly opposite Eagle Hotel.
.. July 17. 1847.
UNS.—Dotiblo Ration', - Sin!;tlo !do. Fowlini
Ineeep; Rev,olvint , Az Shooters , ~ with a en
eral as l
17, 11317. oartmAnt of Gott' flxintrel
1 ' • '6. LOOMIS & Co.
pItO VISIONS.—. Flour, Pork. Hams, Shout
ere, dried Apples, dr ied Peaches. Corn Me,
Codflift, White Fish, Mackerel ; Potatoes and e
erythEng in the Provision ,Line, constantly
hand and for tale by
Jude 26. , . W. F. RINDItENECH.T.
tLASSP.3 at six prr cent lees ' than can be
had at any other store in Erie. and of aqua
quality, 'now curare(' by '
07. BROWN Er. M'CARTF.R.
5000 Pi! vdiv
Crushed t a ) n ri ... l.l ...'ut!'co c tra f 'do Pnv n e :a iz
cheap foi caeh, one 'actor north of the Rig Windo;;
by'l, RINDECNEC HT. ,
June 12, 1917. 4
- FOWLER'S WORK.
7 7 1 HE5ubseriber,is the authorized Agent for 1 4 h.
1 salo of FOWLER'S PHRENOLOGICA
worms, in F.:Heir:Minty. He trill !dispose
them at Piety York prices. He is hiilo 'Aeent lb
combo . * Prenological Jonrnal. Call and exa
inc AO° valuable. publications .at his 800
Store, on State street, Eriey Pa.
Aug. 5 1847. - 0. SPAFFCiRO.
ALL AND SE ' , :.—PreparritOry to mak in
arrangement forto Now York: fo
our Fall and Winter st ook of Goods, we will se
ail kinds of Spam! and Summer Goods at cost, to
make room fur the new stock.- P+ore 'us:
-Aug. 17. - BROWN & MITA RTES.
• ViGFIT DAY and 30 hour ,Gothic, 0. 0, r
114 Pillar, Alarm and common, by the single
case, cry cheap Tor ready.pay; '
, G. ,LOOMIS & Co.
§tatei st.,nearli'oppwitoEa'gliz aotel.
.July, il, 1047. - • ,
.50n OALL'MOLAS§'ES, just received .
. I UF for sale cheep iiiithe cheapest; one do
north or the Big Windovr;by • ' '
June 16. ' W. F. KINDERNECFIT.
GA 4.3,4 • tierto Piincipe,Tre,bnen,Aipeni.
and - ,• • ,
Itity 17. ' T.•
- • --
• ;4, 2 4tR P•• - :. ;, ( ",. /i ,
rilliEundereigned , build • tefisPeettu 1 3' .1 1. °
J. thergentleraen•of Erie and iticinityi‘that •.
has opeod ii•TAILiOSING , S HOP:on the sou 4.
`side °Oho Ettblid 'Square, a few•deore east tit t •
,Erie Bspit, wberpbu will be at all times ready a •
happy to wait upon those
a vain his line of business. Front loog:cspe
In some the Principal shops of kuidan,
oiler Sign:ippon cities, and by,.strice,ettention•
all .business which Clay noiv,be.encNito . t o h i ,
he Con fi dently hopcsidtat he !hall he always dee ,
ed Worthy to receictta sh,arn_of,publiCpsurona -
wurkshall be eaecuted in such alit:tanner
to bear a close and impartial exanfination„ d
!dative in occordai4oyith the • grevailieifati
ions. I JOHN triCLDEN.
Erie, Sept, 4, 184'i. I
N, Cutting dace nn the Shortektnotic4v:
JUST . tic . third 'l-11fiiii Vain 'Stotts.
Cuhmere Shawls, going at very intstlrle.
Oct. 16. ALLYN & (OIT
WALKER 66 COOK.
EW rA Li GOOD
W. C. de So P. intimaturr
ttE now teceiving a large and tle iit asslrt
'.nient of Full 'and Winter Giios, "h have
cen selected with grett 'cAre. Wes it deter
oblation to merit the reputation *presenting to
iurcha•iers the riehost, mast deskifhle s yles and
•heapest Good.; or any establistneent, in the place.
They would respgellitlly invite the publiu to call
nd examine their stock; miaow , which may he
ound the most beautiful assortment of Fre ch
It-IiSS GOODS, ever breught to this- market;
eotnprising extra ilea Lustres Oregon •
and California Plaids; Silo Plaids; Plain itnd
Satin siriped - Alpatal; Cashmere'; akin find
. iepti:'M 'de Lalnes; timnbazinesi Fre teli, En
glish and Scotch Gingham-3, 4-c., ate. AI-4o a
. erb lot of
WA stip . •
;HA WLS—Broclis,•Damask Silk, Embroid4red
. . .
Thibet, Turkon, 'Printed Cashmere, Nl(yfair,
M. de Lainem, Woolen, (Plaid and an almost
endlees variety anther styles. They will be Sold
astenithingly cheap. , •
qAKINCIS.—A beautiful lot of GalaPlaidp,
"Illibet Clutha and Alpae Ako a heat viirie
ty of Trimmings, compr sing Mantilla, Chtult
and Dress Fringes, nps, Silk and Nlohuir
Laces, &c. 4re.
(ALSO—Table and Sand covers, Fruit Napiins,
White Mullah, Dayfies, Drapery :Qua ins,
Window and Wall Papet; boys and mewl C r aps
and Huts. ' Boa", Shoes , & e. Also—a t•plen:
did osseitinent of
FUR. !--/montr:which are common Criney
Mulb, French dOFur lined, Genet do, linitu i thm
Luatrer! Lynx, Kcal Lynx do., varying in price
from 504 . 5. each to 812. '
QC': 9. 1847. •
I 11E DELAWARE 111pTUAL SAF
I Insurance Compapb.
A, RE now doing 11101110S8 011 the mutual
giving the. risrturcd a patticipation MI
proli.e of the company, without liability be •
the premitun paid.
be l m se o lt s s t
i t a ip vo o r n ah t i l e te
t L er te s e . 7L n dose C r u s na w l i i ii be
all and promMly adjusted.
' * !
4 ',ire risks on merchandize, buililinrrs and 01.
property, in town or country, for a limited ter
1 • "It DIRECTORS.
Joseph U. Sear, James C. Ilisnd. ,
Etlinond A. Souder, Theophilus Pau'Llin
John C; Davis, It Jones Brooko,
Robert Burton, \..i , John Garrett, ,
'John R. Pinrose, Hugh Craie,
Samuel Edwards.' Goree'Serrell,
I Henry Lawrence.''' I ''David It Stacey,'
I Edward Darlington, Chat les
Isaac R. VMS', J. 6. Johnson, ,
William Fahoalt, • William Hay,
John S. Newlin, Dr. S. Thomas,''
Dr. R. M. Huston, John Seller; Jr.
Richard S. Newbold, Scc'y. Wm. Martin, P
It...7'Application can he made to
.J. •KELLOGG, Agent Eri
Erie, August 7, 1817. ' .
THE Eric County Mutual Insurance Corn'
continues to r insttre ruraini,t loss and dm'
by fue, on buildings,' goods and merchand
all descriptions. Office on the caul. side
Public Square, between Cob and 701.trcets,
. • , nut CT
Giles Spnihrd, I "
C. M. l'ibbals,l l
W. H. Town,enrlf,l
J. C. Sre. ckrt
peorge Selden 41
Jane 3, Itll7. '1
.-. • ,
exchange for Goods.' any quantity •of ,G god
FrE:YILOCK FENCE BOA 'IDS, 6,5, 10, and
12 inches wide, 14 and 16 feet long.
DEMLOCK: JOICE, 1 1.2 . by 19, and 2,11-2 by
1205, 16,18 and 20 feet long. • ›,,A
HEMLOCK STUDDING, 2 by 5 itnd(3lhy 4;
1014 and 16 feet lonfr, for whicii the liighe.t
`t price will'he ;raid, when dr. - livered t hi=
Luma., yard at the foot of- French street.
- • ( 42
Erin, ltnrcb 4, 1847,-
Llot of prime Swell L 4,
in good condition. jnet icceired by
June J. mprrov A ('n
SPECTACL,EStrtt!oId, sihier and genus "41-
ver Frames, an extensive assotiment ot‘Co-1-
cave and Convex. Also, the celebrated peril:real
Gnd parobolte Spectacles, superior to any in use.
) G. L(10‘11S &
State st., nearls opposite Eaglet - 1 , 14c1.
July 17, 1817. ,
LADIES ivlll End stet I. b aus
steel ciaste, purse silk, Paris'
fans, new style bronclies,linicelets, pentil4., hick
roV't her Yi lilt an endleSs variety of sp endi I
fancy aricles, at
-G. LO"MIS Co'!
Slafest., neatly opposite Ea ,, le 11:
July 17, 1517.
rAROCERIP-13 . --An excellent nasortlnt of
Vi-Groteries„edn at alt times be fond a t . INo. 4
Cheapsitle. •1- 1311.0,WNEt.
POUND'S of good Chace far one
• ‘sii other things in proportion at No
• July 17. 1817.
• Public Notice
fS HEREBY GIVEN that the Stockholders of
Idle Eric Bank, in the county of Erie. intend to
make a pplication to the next Legislattsreltir a re•
neural of the charter, by the sfaine and style of the
Erie Bank, in the comity of Er ie , to remaqt loca
ted'in the Borough o f El ie, in 'the county of Erie,
- with the same capital and privilezes as i n. now
has. By order of the Board of (Meet°a.
_ !C. Nl' PARRE.N, Cas hier.
Frifi Bank. :Intv.23. tSI7. !!!!_
BY BOOT'S. ELLIOTT St. ROSE. ' )
WNO are permanently located in Erie, Penn.
: where sll 'Surgical and .-Nlechan 'cal opera
tioMlin the science aDeuti-try, will be do e with
all that ease, neatness and durability which longi
experience and 'extensive opportunity, together
with a thorough knowledge (Wall the late im
provements of the Baltimore Detal Colleg I alone
can give. .
Drs. Elliott or Rose will viit the fol owing
named places once in six or eight weeks, viz.
Conneaut, Ohio, Springfield,. Girard, Lo l ckport,
Fairview, Waterford, Wattsburgh and North
! East, Erie county, Warren and COlumbits,.War
e-ten county, Pa. Ladies and gentlemen living in
=or near either of the, above named plaeo who
:need the services of a Dentist, can be waited upon
t at their residence, by addref•ing us at; Erie.
Particular attention will be paid to the health of
the Gums, as well as to. restoring and prerierving
the Teeth. Pivot Teeth will be inserted' after
the latest improvements; ohm, - Plate Teeth, from
ono to irrentire set. .' • i I .
Office and residence on the corner of Pedch and
Seventh Streets, Erie, Pa.
Sept. 16, 184
Now: Goods! New Goods!
I'VE are receiving our stock of FALI I I AND
If II WIN TER GOODS, which:we believe will
vie with any in the place in eectent, style. and
quality. We forbear to eyminerate styles and
qualities havirm none of, thespirit of thebraga:-
docia, and presume that if, we,te . cre to at voitise
1000 pieces splendid silks, 10,00 pieces Alpakces;
MO cask French Merinos, rich easpinereS, Para
inetia cloth, Mohair Lus!res, Oriental, Ca (ornie.
Monterey and Oreima &c. our trade
would not tber, by be increased in a. rational 'arid
intelligent tbdintimity.' 'We have,only tolsay.on
this point that. we have a lull and complele,assort•
menrelsuch goods i n our brattcliolthe trade alit he
market reiluirct, and -we ofForihim without. stand
beg pledge to sell at the eoapist rates the can be
outtlitiri.tho hurOtikh for 'Cosh. Pleitse call ay
let us talit,o4r this pave,
,„ P.T,C ALF'S; No. 1, Rood Ouse. -.
Sept. 2 . 3, 1847.
CjilttGbNl4l..A4l)9.-L, few • pieces lof The
above rich article on hand. mid sent?: cheap
et ',wow wore; / 7 " ALLYN:4IO9IT.
Oct. 1¢:, , ,, :• '‘ 1. 92
• •Cash: for Barley'.
pHE subscriber batting, retired the commodi
14,Werchititiukof , Arbuckle,' act he
Bth Street Cartel Beein r ie now ready to receive
and pay'. yaw for 15,000, bushels of good clean
Burlap .• • ALFRED ' 1 LNG..
- .Erteelgept, tO, 1847. • • • . .20 1
TRONi , STEEI4 AND NAILSe r A. fullhassort
riiitiri tit Sivedei trop anti gaiietrilshiilo, cheap
as can bei_eold by WILLIAMS at' - Will?nT..
Octs V I O ,
of the in
reined - in
he, h Ant
2 nO,l 2
B . oreh
eXI •rio .1,
boxes ace omnsoied with directions, sad 8 44 !:-,,,
;aril box Will make half a gallon. In the res t
4on Coughs, Colds .Asthma, oppreskiek ste m
pooping Cough Cron'', Inflimation of ila"
a eases of the t. onsumptiou be grektly , ut p „ i ,,,f,
'kW ruled be ' ' [ z , l
'ERRICK , S MEDIdATED COUGII .-
rte. Two of theta Los ores are a polies; l.:
Tiff: THIUMPIIANT 8 MESS which err,'
trnde the lien of llerriek's Worm Destroyer
„ . '3
in theilestr action nod expulsion of Worm frtn , a
n ~ystam, has placed t an Grin on the estaisre*"
ins. Thee ire pleasant to tale. Children Isa' i.
Id tkrir 4 feet ix inch Ail o astonish the btheta s
err., with full directions Thais suffering he --,
ni wrokne4s to the Idea 5. sides and beck.ts
~ .01. 1.1111)i/ , 1r11. rte. will lied ti friend in Sheen.
,ICK'S 1 GA LBAN TM STRENGTI-..
ENING PL STER. • •-'
Spreadn tine had leather, *ill wear from one to t.?
month.. Prier only fal err ,en ire taking the plate); i.
oil utter pl.etrri. and are con 'tiered the BEST MI
cfityar 'ST PLASTER NOW I Ut3E.
Pr co `.1.1,
i s• hire 4 , 1
nr r em
Prim • '23,
So m eh having been raid by same Nem' York maim
dint the; al hod the privilev to make and leads a ,
ear Cna and ontt even pt. ending and adrenistar;
doll he I ta• a pai cut for so doing, induce* the Seetav
I. n e prom me of dqeeptietti before the public, an(lin
tl cm h Ju.lges in-tho.eate. wbetberat system of thittint
ought I yr., to exisi. ftr. iffirrick has teritren to g r. -
Berke, he Commissioner otTatentaid Waahlagtonotical,,
.1, U. Wjltiam ,
Cmitfi inelcso. ,
John- I. `l4:at?
Vino 'lib I.iTze Itisrlj
t r n e
r.rw , 1
E W G 1, Op S. 17-:
. f ita] - BY Wall of Jar:::
ei-- - - , -- 27 .
,-,...,,. v.. . ,1 - ,- -.-.-- Road
ACKSA. ha-i now received his PAW,.
. ad. WI NITA Mock of Dry Goods, GAN .
Hardware, BAs : and shoes, crockery, km .--,
ails, 4.L. &c. offwbich the following Cow
t Inv. • .
Cloths,. Fccnch, English and America, i . '
d!cd blue, black, brown, gold and cadet r:
cu, Cas,itneres. black,- blue; plain, - pald ~
striped; Sonnets, blue, black, cadet and •
I mixed; canvass, padding, buesram,bot.
, crash, wi.;:. , zins, bad++ n and hlack holland,
m di.iper. linen and cotton table cloths, ha.
•ambrie, linen cambric handkerchiefs„kr
ire and cambric dimity, drab, white, blatt
sl.ito selicia, black 'and colored cambric.
+n and bleached sheetinos :and shirtiaga ;
iickin , r, a uroe check, red, white and green ,
Atli lianneis, plaid Unsays, crimson, scarit
tin and drab morecns, silk and tabby rein; •
lk and colored, silk and worsted serge, sail ;
limzs, italian cravals,black and colors:chat `
, bandana, barcelona,Pongee and apittlr:
handkerchiefs. silk; cashmere, worsted and i
km hosiery, all colors, gloves of all kit* i
I s,, worsted,. silk,„ picnic and cotton dreal
dlterchiels, ladiec.cravats, lace veils bat*
;s•riped and plaid eariston and swigs insb• '.
and thambrays swiss, plain, dotted, plaid,
!ped, fierured, boa mu.lins, silk-braids, hat
an , cap 1 ibhons, Italian and French crape, se. •
in silk, Ors° twist, skein, knitting and tidy l
co: nn, suspenders, bindings, qualitY: tape,
hot bins and cord. laeets, combs; battens, act- i
ale ~ hocks and eyes, paste board and a gener... , !
al smor`tment of - hoots• and shoes; hlrdware..
cro •kery, iron, nails, Ecc,; all of the above wilt •
he old as cheap as any new or Jew store ia
It. VII - be observed that lam the oldest merchant ,
in th place except one, and I noir say that I wird i
not be undersold by any, yougg O'r,old, for ready !
pay. Call and see that the abort are facts, auttly f
olds and on cheapside; where th§ngs for sakes:lt l
be h at.
Er a. Sept. '25. 1847.
SPis, CES A '‘OMATIC CONHi s lag e t§'
Nu. near, - ISap, -
Ma e, Bitter Almonds,
C o lo
es Summer :". lIV OTT,
4 1 :1 01
Gr Ind Cinnamon, ' ' Sweet hlajoratii,
• " Pepper, black, Vanilla Beans, °I - A no do ' Citron, ''
Su erior Mustard, ' Extract Vanilla,
Pia Jamaica Ginger , " Leman,
I oot, . " ' ' "- Bitter Almonds
lai r rind 'do' \„. Oratige Plenii Water,
Condor Seeds, 1, - Leaviit's Rose do
Ca away do
D 1 TELIcs FOR THE SIC K & INVALID'
Be muds Arrow Root, Oatmeal, - '
Superior white Tapioca, Cooper's lainglari
Perl Barley; Russian do
Sa o, , Irish Moss;
Ri e Flour, , . , Iceland Moss.
S ecteAl with Care and all ,warranted superior.
J. H. BURTON dr. Co.
1 . rip, June 19, 1.947. No. 5, ReedHous!,._
•P n- 1neth,.1,... 47
u , If ease .
hillhest teWeetibilliy. so Pi d la) lo b - CI
•dical protettion i'etery section of 04147,
iil British Poisessiont, entitle's' them to tlo, -7
nquerort of Disease. A mats of Americ o ~
tett lumpy is in't he Doctor't postessioa Qtrs.;
1 by These preeminent remedies after the coo,:
heut of the medical Inanity, and the mottpo_. •
of the day had been ttied in vide. •-..
ERRICK'S VEGETABLE SUG4
• COATED PILLS.
vent with indaked lalre CPS in eie :".
d tbe eu s:o:
* eciitie and positive purgative. Th e y t ,„
melting quickness piths and dizzineO of it s
; f ° e ' r " e l et we i: ,kfl cressa :o r n dieo f b t e li . e m ti l iff i e i r d e e n ' t Hi e
octant a at
n body. foul breath:totted tongue, billions dal.
, n o l w e e n t a s t
i i n t
h alt Au e ui t o r r ez
r ilitedae. Each box contain/ 30 PON' to tr:
de r null purely reitet able, and sell for 'Menu.
..ing no ordinary dope. Also.
WK.'S SCIATIC LINIMENT t Tlit
INEALLIBLF: REMEDY '-. •
oinoiltin. Sprains,raises, Contracted C.*
at. (;unsay,CrOtlp. Stiff Joints, Sbrusit 8 4 . -
ai 0 th e bros. t and r e, Toothnbe,Frozetr.
nr rite 9itjeor., Perished Limbs.
wherc o i;; , ,
applicator' I . 1. indinsted. The rapidity ell.
5 WON °FA IVORFDING MEDICINE Cameo i
's or the above dinmees list attracted y
' It AND ADMIRATION of the liond ,
I thetn•elv oy of the use of this ti cuing Xi_
on for bee put the price at 12.5 'enft. Earls ii.,
e Prwee. name blown in the glass, sad entet
t of n el .w
useett Spinr, accompanied with ha
1,1,, be general debility, attended w.th p ft ,
lIPIIP in the nomads and bards, extendisy,ou ,
.i, of appetite, trembling of the limbs,
to heart. Jauhiliee; Ague $ nd Fever, and iUI
.ses nee quickly cured by the use of
MUCK'S VEGETABLE TONIC,
FTTI — T7 nLite.
1)11 , 4er tt. givoqi Loinw,
U. g. P,
.'aitent Office. Jan. 16,114. f
r riek —Dear Si • C—Vour letter of the sth latthi
oki oil. lo "1r.,. wee tokyour inquiry IP "'tether tr - -
a. , been greeted-for it till coated with impel:
inform %tor that tat record of inch ai pateatitoli
thie office. ltgapectfellg Tome,
' EDMUND BURKE r•
hatuphlets givirtO a tworoweneral descriptilet
cliteil,may he had of any of the Agent.. • •
pal Depot 53 State ttreet, Albaoxi wltetii al or
~.1 be iptilrei.seil.
'I'S —.I •11. Bat &toeo. Jelin Cummins &N. f
i u i IforCelly sus, Girard, sue .I.H. Haynes, Nad,_
I Feh.lo. !847.-11,10. ,
ica r, Ito r AIK, AND STEAM CONDUCTOR
E are HOW able to offer odr cuetconers trt
• siZe.4 ot . the ' - -
TON AIR TIGI7 COOKING STOVE
1 only requires to ee. mined to convicts
body of its econo - eN,irfitility, conveniea,
• nit y' anii,brauly. It will be told at a urip . I
price, and warrante . fi to suit even maid% 1..
asiit possesses all the above qualit'es. [
LESTER, StNNETT CII TEL ,
~ , 1
e.rSepr. 25 1847.
TS CALL AT TEE NEW 'STORE. 1
' hand at ALLYN '& COIT'S New Ston.
one of the begt stock, of Cloths tO be food
is city; among them are the nicest Freed'
moan Blk Doeskin ma Fancy c easAgertZ, • 3
liroad. Cloths, Beaver and Pilot Cooing".
eds, Cassimeres and Satinets, Also jest*
d 1\11!rino Under Shirts' and Dravreret
ns.ey Frocks, Blk Satin Cravats, dm, fail 1. ,
ty of Tailor's . - Trillimin.rs! Jost received
black - Velvets, Satins ancr,Sutges. For these
'her goods please call di
ALLY &COIT'S; •
it U A good' irisortaleat. OA tltrlll
Marsh's, TiemOn's, Thompsosi7oluld:Rhist
,s Trusses, ,sorted sties for sole low by ,
- CARTER& BROTHER.
)v 17. 1817
omit; L. 9 rtis and Unimmera of alas ,
•very color, stripe; qoality and Rice; at N. o '
eapsi de, b) -
BROWN & WCARTER.
ILVE,R. WARE.—Silver tablet, dessert, test
i salCind mustard' spoons, ton g s, ladles forkt
ter and Gum knietts, constant on,-band a"
ea!e by Gt, L ONUS &A°.
State Rt., neirluppoSito Eaglet Hotel.
ttly 17..1817. ] -- 1
El A W LS- 7 - Woolen anci cotton; any quantill
foeeale at the cheap etorei of - •
iptember 24, 1517.. 9. JACKSON.-