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Erie Ill . ttitig 'Ohotrutr.
BATURD4IT•IIORNIPIO, OCTOBER 25. 1851
Lotter of Sena* Tomcat.
A letter fromilsowas S. rmailos, EN.. Stith, Senator
fritto Philadelphia comity. to *o. A. GaLsiiirry. Esq.;
of this city. on our Gauge LeM. Mid the questions con.
noctedtberewith, will be fimad :ill' our columns
We publish this letter with pleasure, and invite for its
careduiperseali it is devoted to the discussion of goes
lions of the most vital impertitnee to . Erhi, and in the
opinion of the writer, (and we coincide with'him) to the
whole Ikeda. The Senator handles the subject with great
force pad powler. and coming. its it dues. from one whom
voice will be potential in the body of which he is a migh
tier. hi:salmi 4il to awake a velure' iutereel i n the ques
tion through° the whole Stale. -tut we forbear
meat. The letter speaks for ilea', 'cud toil we refer all
The Ranh in the State.
We are stittissablo to give 1411 ratans* of the *ladies
in di e ante. ilst hope to do so week; in the 'mesa
time. we deibt deem it et i y
to 611 porcelains, with
partial repoiiii. The majority May not be, officially, as
hogs as we +hoed last week. but it will be sufficiently
decisivo—maX abost.lo,ooot Clover's majority will be
largisir. while Ite ~Iredges of - thti Supreme Coen will be
hem. and Calimpbell perhaps dafeated. The Legislature
will he. is the House, 54 Mutts. and-46 Whigs; is
Sisal% 16 Democrats. 16 Wh' and 1 Native.
The Grand'__ , Reselt in Ohia "
The rest of the whip of Obio, if anything , avows/
that of their, political brethern in Pennsylvania. There
le scarcely a greise spot of whiggery left in the gallant
Seskirp State. Reuben Wocdi is re-elected Governor
by • tarp majority, probably 115,000. and the DeMocrat•
wit bate a majority in both bMnches of the Legishdare.
la that Sum, m well as in Pe nsyivenia, the Whip en
deavored to keep themselves rum slaking by pinniag
themselves to the military coat land Geo. Scott. It wu
of Di avail, however. The C eveland JP/Madera/sr states
that majority for Governor W i ciod will range from 15.000
1•25.000:: We think Ohio i fair]) 'waled t , the bait
.17 TlON.—TheiVashington Republic
has a strong article on the interference of England is
the affairs of Ceba, and eautioins England that th• first
• show of British intervention be the signal for • more=
tweet which neither Cuba oor 'Great Britain. bar all the
European powers combiued. ern resist. for on this point
the mind of the American people p made op. It states
thirstily security for Cuba to Ie
in the protection of the
United States government. We are glad to observe a
'iletinninatiort on the part tictbe Fillmore administration
to emit Itself en the Monroe diMtrine (heretofore so much
deneeseed by the whip) of nie.intervention by Euro
pean powers in the affairs of continent, even in ref.
*resets to Cuba. We hope that the administration wil t
ratters its steps. and extend the application of ,the doe.
trine to affairs in Central Am rice.
What Causes /Taira limes.
r i .filfbere all the moaey goes to?" and "Whet causes
ibli tightness in the money market?" are tad' questions as
hied lymph* in the opinion of some, as that world-wide
problem. "Where is Sir John trauklinl" DAN a Bank
break. or some mercantile 111) in New York or Bootee
bend up—does some spoculat rag visionary without cap.
Ital. bat a superabspdance of rase, succeed in geuing
• others as visionary as himself pen his paper to the tone
of half-a-million or so, and lion, when credit can no
loner be got by book or by cr k, make "one grand fail
ure," and Boarish in the new apers es paying bat three
per cent., we are immediatelit saluted from a thousand
prides, with the cry of "hard imes;" and than it is that
thin political tricksters of the thieeley school seize upon the
event se eirideacsof a want o some kind of patent legit'.
halos. That etalking-horse.the Tariff, is gencrally made
to bear the burtheat, especiall if some important elec
tion ie about to take place—iL not. then we are teld it is
the want, of more Banking I" ilifies, or some other mod
ern contrivance to secure ally ng to the rapidly increas
ing Di:tubers of non-producers in the country. Now'. is
sir opirgeo, the whole question is contained in a nut
shell:cud the solution as easily extracted as the meat of
• mit. if the inquirer will but go as * naturally to work.—
''Over-trading, over-epeculatt, and extravtgance gener
ally. we take it, Is at the bot of the whole matter.—
Building Cities on papal-. liki in
Dunkirk, and then specs!-
Whig In corner lots—linildi factories where (science
won't pay—ceustructini railroads where plank reads
would pay better and ammo, ,the purpose as well—bey
lag roods no credit and selli g them on the same terms
...All these, and much more l' the same sort. are among
the canine that conspire to eke "herd' times.* and-oni
ssipssittly, stringency in the Money Market. Again, a
New Yorker. a Bostonian. e I Philadelphian, is a mere
[soberly is upper-tendon no : a•dayi unless he has made
the grand tour of Europe—o lees be has spent thousands
in the purchaise of "old paintings" in Italy. which. if
the truth were known, are tot as "old" as they profess.
but have been manufacto by sa ri some canning artist to
middy-the parvenue pita) lity of stub cenuoicreanc—
er Umlaute more in obtatui g letlers-pateut to "good so
ciety" at home by giving god dinners or superb *up
pers is Loudon and Paris, which his .on or his dough.
tor had the "honor" of dan ing with the "accomplished
Lbdy Betty Nonesuch'," or he "distinguished Lord rid
dlefaddle." And when th
y come home the plain sod
simple styli of living to wh eh thify had beau accustom
.4. appears insipid and stal .and 'ima comes boxes at the
Opera, grand parties which oat not less than $1,500, ac
wsteding to the oewspape splendid "turn outs." arid
ants. in livery complet the receipt for "ttglitneee in
Jo money marke4" so f 1 as they aye concerned. If
'the effect of such satreviga
. nii stoned here, no one would
have a right to complain . t its Influence is felt down
through every strata of the. body politic. In the middle
walks of life thousands haw been 'spent in a single night.
much of-which no (iambi ght to have been appropria
led to the payment df debts upon a Swedish singing girl
end her troupe of foreign f lowers. But why purses the
cabinet farther—let this e y e fact since.. According to
the New York Herald it appears that 21.200 people at.
Wed the different places cf amusement in that city night
ly, seal the receipts of these places are over SIO,!XXI pre
evening. Add to this the immense sums received by
keeper/. toping tesiablishmews, and other places
I 'await. and we iuk it will not be difficult to
the question, •'K at causes hard times?"
r:r 1 ournos Ferree
Carolina. which took plat
le a Bombers Coiseress—
we oast gather it, is to div
ON weold aatarelly- sop
err all her "fassisad (oath
sully is choosing men re
sot as—aa Is every other
(media:se, stud the result
let. Secession is for i
of die Thies.
Sod. Co-Opwatieu is
MN es other States. Or o
Os those issues, the flf;
gloriously boatels. sod thi
most root tio easy as Owl
theta is the attempt
• inform the molt of the
oissippl. they will hays t
_gr It itai t i t i m p r ou gg itstiki thiou Editor wbe ases tits
"boile 14;kiy." foi •-bona SO." ie the lain- per
ms who gored M twit otheys of "badly-94*d iiiters."
ThU if the Mad* we prisons. wilt eaderstasd
rl Urns= ew Tteannue us sus Mows* lota r.
. 1 -The wasest rid reeeitted ter eeteep at the ()sited
&stow stet. bee the Ist to thw 13th test., wee $1510,.
14 the same redellwreeeipte fee the sett% win
ii.—The election in Booth
last week. was tor 'members
t he duty of •hich. as sear as
i •e the south !roan the North.
that in South etuolitta. at.
"then would bo no did•
y for "war sod carnage." bat
lection there was two sots of
tuned sport the fallowing
mediate. instant. dim:autism
ur dieseletioir ef the treiees es
otises.Stote. u• be got ••to
:eseittaist• bare Awes meet
hot-headier South Carolina
ihtle eats! *Nine *thee State" will
to break up tha this*. Jutlit-
I elections is Georgia sod Mai
o wait acme time.
G Beett's Proqmosts.
"Now that I ow No sow 4*l.
I woodit mina begun Ibr."
Of all men in the reentry Oen. Suitt one - best realise
the inquiry cosetaimoil le the above couplet. Ili Presiden
tial prospects have indeed been "soemalevie 111..." and it
stow 0111.1111 a wonder if wonders 'Mat in Ilia name of
politics they were "begun for." Lest spring all seemed
fair 4ir'tbe "gellisot looking eases on the whim hems"
quietly walking of with the whig ousinathin for Presi
dent: and with that to bock httn, we have widish( he
thought it would go hard isdesd if he frieeds scold eat
carry him in as the strength of his military eclat. Penn
sylvania and Otiio, the very back-bone of the ermatry in
• polities' mutest. leireft by uminating him a year in
advance inks pupa time. This, ao dubs. the Gener
al looked 'spat... • meat adroit
. nomicoovre—peal to
taking a Gimes. of the enemy by *armies; bet as it he.
tuned out, there does not appear to be as mach Wean
ing gained ea his friends hoped hi. Indeed. Peensyi
vania and Ohio. although taken by &stood men-dm
early in the notion, have proved to be like many ether
prisoners of a riderless army—toe. Mteierto be kept. le
ether words, although the levers Of "soup"ioek the Key
stone and the flukey. States early in the spring, they
could lot keep them through the Aateina—bases. Gen.
ScOtt's Presidential 0,011p•al that looked.. fresh as a new
Mown rase in Jane. are now. in October. sin yellow as the
autumnal leaves. sad give evidence of as etre decay.
And theldecay, let as add s is bailed with satisfaction by
some of the most reliable whig journals in other States.
thus indicating he poplin, feeling in thou quarters. tar
instance, the New York CMS kV sad Zapheri in !peak
ing of the result is this state. declares "that as friends of
the Comprornies and the Union" it "long sincs'ideenied
it a duty to plies on record" ita "conviction that the sac
cue" of its party in Pennsylvania "would be a national
misfonone." Of coarse, Col. Webb kaew that the *oc
ean of Johnston' in Pennsylvania this Fall win equivalent
to the nomination of Scott whig Natimial Causat
ion next summer. hence he declaims, in another part of
the same article. his belief tkiai the defeat of deleisten
"does not prevent the Stain Jibing whig in 11n1 epos the
Presidential question. bat only•pee to prove that dio
sentiments of the COAVOOIIOIII which nominated Salts and
Joboatoa, are not the muniments of the Whig party.
and that the nomines. of that convention. cannot com
mand the vote of the whig party of that - Suf.. Scott
and Jubastori haft Aeon defsehod ia Penesylvania bat net
the whig party." And again the Ceirsior mug Espirer
"But thiire is still another lesson taught the whip by
thur recent defest•in PenneyWeida and Ohio. lus. that
Gen. Scott mann he elected to lie Presidency is 1i132.
His 'nomination by the snore Convitatioe which 1111.1011.
tea Governor Johnston, *Genially drove from him eve
ry Southern State. and rendered it certain to us that be
could not possibly receive \ Noy t3outbern support. We.
therefore, proclaimed. that his success was out eV the
question, even if he were certain of the vete. of Peen
sylvaata. Ohio and New York. Lad we new repeat.
that even if at the recent eleet'ous die ethic witty had
succeeded in Ohio and Penney! eds. Gen. Scott could
not have been 'the candidate of o party with any roe
seeable prospects of success. But , irefested se we have
been is these two great Stateeothen Vellyiog .a the whiff
party did. ender the name of Scott, that defeat peas at
rest all aiphabaioa of his heist our ceuulieleihifor hbo Pro
riding is 1852." , \
So mock from the Courier end Eisquirti i paper that
gave to its party die lame Whig.
The Nee York Mirror, the paper that Ant isthinatird.
Goa. Tayier, is still more explicit. Heat it: -
"Let as say. frankly, that we rejoice in Om revolt of
this mid all other elections. which set,the seal of popular
reprobation upon the caned dogmas and doctrines of Moo=
htionistu. under whatever acme they mar be disguised.
The whole;is greater than a part: the Delos is greater
and better than a faction orparty. The people. thank
Gat hats a Disunionist as they hate Treason: and the
doyen( Fanaticism. both at the North and at the South.
we trust are numbered." No maa with, the 'mill of Free
soilissi opals his footmen's is worthy to la traded with the
smallest ?oldie officio and everyarue patriot should swear.
and, like the old Roman, make his childras swear. to
give no gamut tolinine anomin of his country's peace."
Gets. Seim, backed be Seward, Johnston. and the Abo
lituin erhileof Ohio; cannot divest himself of the "smell
of Freesoilisai upon his garments " With them he mast
stand or fill. Johnston has already fell, and with him
.the hope. if it ever was entertained. of carrying Ponsayl•
vistas for Scott. Itio stands is the same attitude— bur
palitkaans. imitata $ therm is Pennsylvania of the same
way of thinking, "whited for Scott in hopes hie military
help diem to carry the State fee Vision. Vain
hope. With all hie glory—with all his military achieve
ments—with all , bie reknowa acquired la two wank the
"smell of Freeiwilitim traoo his germs:lts" was Neutrons
for the people. siiii in both States. they overthrew bill
friends and with them his hopes at the AMMO time: Wink
This is the state of t h is Preleidential prospects at the North.
what ere they in the South? His Tries& r hoped
mach from that +water. and they are sot likely to be
didappointed. if We may judge from the tone of the
Southern press.: The following, from the Louisville
Courier, by a a mesas au ultra Southern paper, is indic
ative of the (echoic in that quarter: .
Gut. Scorn—Tux Soirritute Winos —The letter. of
General SCott.poblielied in the Courier of Satorday
lest. may be justly retarded as af e j . f ming hie position
for the canvass bf 1852. Promptly' he declines to an
swer inhirrogatories, now and heienfter, as ie his pi.
Laical opinions: arid refers to his past Us for “cheril tor
and principles" ,If he titian continue to mantain hie
round, his friends cannot justly expect fur hint • si rho
electoral vets Sodth of the Onio River. The suspicion
that such would be his position. induced the prompt de.
olaratioos by sevdral distinguished Soothers Whigs that
explicit public air:Omits of • determiamoo to mantels'
the compreiniees of CM. and the fugitive slave bill per
lieularlY. would be required (rein the men of their choice.
Tao maintenance of the fugitive slave law and of the
compromises of 1851 are now engrafted among the Car.
dins! principals 01 the Southern Whig school. and moat
be openly. without mental reservation, and publicly -oh
scribed to by any candidate who hopes to obtain their
support for the Presidency, as oleo by foe National Con
vention.lo which the Southern , Whop will consent to be
represeived by 4 delegation. No art can induce them
to leave anything on this point to accident or chinas—
They do not afilliat• with env who feel not thus, and
sinless the Convention 'Mall aiimit as its basis the alarm.
1 since of the principle suggested; the Southern Whip
will be arrayed iii 1852 nailer the banner of • eonserva
tive stiteemen of their own school.
We think any^ . concealment of the true piseition of the
Whig piny of the slaveholding Stales impolitic and un
wise. and we believe that we state it now truly. If there
is earthing inconsistent therein with the principles of the
Northern Whig*, there will be no need of • call for • No
tional C turn. or if eoch • eoevocation should end
a repreeentationfrom the sfeseholding States, they may
abide by the asunrance that it will be the representation
of an impotent rind meagre minority. and instead of cc
icomplietor Asir purposes the path will be open for • party
i re-eirgamixation through the whole Sooth.—• result which
the younger and mere vigorous will sot seriously deplore
11:7Taxtira IT Coot.t.v.—Hatter. of the Easton Argus.
was one of the Democratic candidates for the Legis
lators in Nwtharespten county. bat wits defeatel. although
the county. rave ever IMO for Bigler. He take* It cool
ly. however. add says "the question submitted lathe peo
ple of Northampton Coonty,wiss whether thrly woold rath
er have a good Representative or a pod Editor. the corn
ing Winter. mid they decided by s majority of 80 that
they wield nAtor have s good Editor. Huns for our
CT Dovorcuss Caraikias. 7 The Editor of dm Mortar
Whig snort big , . atop of the most Amadeus 000rago.--
Last week Peitasylearda declared ag ust Gov. /Monies
and kia Presidential candidate. Geo. goon. by &majority
efnentetelsoes is di. neighborhood Oleo tboosOod. more
pr less. The levy sett paper Gads this Quint ofso Ed
her shooting illness!). for Jinni sad hilimitati. iss the
Whig eandidale for President sod Vies President is 1852
lle soya **a orseriger ticket scald net be seiseted."—
There is faith:ander difficulties. far jos. ,
E 3 Margari t9errity. • Tsang Irish woman woe tried
lest woe= as gases Comity. N. J.. on charge of murder.
lag. with *Ws Edward Drum who had sodoeed her
soder !retife• - •1 marriage. The jury. abet helms out
39 hem% seqUitted bey m' acesuit of marmerarLimumity.
The can exched greet fewest. sad much sympathy ler
behalf of the ilecmsed.
tT "Grobtio , ." end •litotliors" roaloalaoa. it ato•
'motor. an both opus we table. TIN, both nraiutaie
thoh. alrolify high vitPunnto on *obit tiogosboos of
Ito itott hew country.
MATTSRS NEAR ROME;
cr Bitous.—W• era afraid e•ms of our whit 'oral
eisisli will b• muyalear broke possmiarily--that ta t if they
rekkim thlilf Preretels befogs tb. sisetion. Pee in
states bore is • eat.. A coailis of well-koooia
moms! this city. whilo A Moadvilla not leas silica, prom•
amid 'brother whig.—aot much of a Bobbin man, by the
by.--thitt they would give him $lOO • piece for •vary
whig in Erie County over (*silty five that did'•t vote for
Babbitt. We sw his bill made out in due form sgaiast
them. and it footed up smoothing is this wise. John
ston's majority 1304—Iiiibbitt's majority. with 25 uddlod.
394—this amount sobtractod from Jobaston's majority
l o ngue MO. which multiplied by 100 makes lbs idea
little sum of $lll.l/00:
IT Among the Cohen prisoners. transported le Spain.
is a young man named Constantine. a son of the poopri
otor of the Farmers Hotel., in this city. He was enga
ged as a Book• Beeper in New Orleans when the expo.
'lidos was fitting out at thallipert.- but' in an unguarded
moment the adventuress ardor so common to the Amor.
man youth. got the batter of his jade/neat. and he threw
ap a situation when he was getting 0(1 per month, and
embarked on board the Pompey*. Ile warn but OA yams
old. cad judging from a daguerreotype we we in the
hands of his father the other day, we should say another
mere , intelligent. bright•eyrd. daring American youth
was not in that ill. feted expedition. than young Constan
IX Take it all in all. we believe we have more rea
lms. to be reed if . our friends tha■ say Editor is the
state. A few days after tbe election our friend Jositca.
of No. 8 Reed flues. sent round tie ear residence a ea
perb Batts Vest. u a congratulatory reseal. we presume,
en the sagacious result. I Although a whig. Judea op
precious a good joke: hence upon close' examination of
the garmeet we discovered a capital pencil sketch. epos
the left breast of the inside lining, of a veritable "Chip
man" t• the act if crowing. By the by. we raveume
'•there are a few more left of the sure sort." that scan
be parcbsioil cheap, by Democrats. Bolters or Whigs.
117 &Aar .—Wo are softy So testa that Dr. W. Malt
woll Wood, et the U.S. 5i...., Michigan. bas been
dotaiebsd. sod is mania, onion. Daring the Doctors tea-
Meese ea this stades babas secured assay inns &loads.
and it will be like lasing ens of sit oast saleable citi
zens to sea him departr
11.7' Nsw HAT AND Car Sross.—We invite attention
to the advertisetnest is this week's paper of Warren's
New Hat and Cap Store.. We have bad the *sawn et
examisisg his stock. sod find it. in sit its parte. worthy
the attsntioa ot the public. Hr. W. himself will be teAnd
• very gestisomanly and seconitsodating treder. and do
bespeak for him a portion of the pahlie patronage.
• U! The Gazette denim that Klee tickets were printed
at that office. "with the knowledge and cement of the
Editors." and declares that had the propos lien to de so
been "submitted" to them they Weald bare •declined
any participation in it peremptorily andwitheeitatingly."
Well then. they were printed the,. without - their knowl-
edge. for is that Mete they were printed. or the types bear
a falsehood epee Weir fem. The Editor.. however. an
welcome to the bettefit of their denial.
ET As Itsroviroirr Eviacrwsiv.—Here are twe sec
tion of as set e 1 the Legislature that we vectont to assert
are not known to ten men is Erie county. aeide'from the
Lawyers; sad parhaps there are mime attain that eau
0.0.4 ignorance kf it. le is.however.% matter of great ha
pottooe tt to betel *es Ohms. sod as ignorance of its exist
ence is no valid cause. all concerned bad better bear it
is recollection . Sy the by. whit so argument deee this
single initiate unlash of the impertasee--eity. the ea.
eoliths necessity, of the speedy abolition of the Pomphlet"
Law system. and the euhatihatimi of the4oiew York and
Ohio phe of publishing all Lawi is the newspapers Myths
respective doestiee. Had this easement %Weil 'spread
broad east over the State in the ooletions of the newspa
per.. instead of romosioioir buried up I. Oho ,woosibiaoso
Pamphlet Law.. there would have been thousands go
quainted with its provision* whets now them is but are:
Bit to the Lew: it cu be found en page 32 of the Laws
of last seems: - •
Sim 13. That from and after the teeth of August
ner.t. all mamas who are now doing business in a part
nership capacity in this commonwealth. shall 61e or cease
to be tiled in the office of Prothonotary-in IM coon
ty or coenties'where the said partnership is carried so.
the names mad location of such partnership. with "the
style aid noose of the same; and so often as any change
of members in said partnership shall take piece. theseme
shall he certified by the members of such new partner:
ship as aforesaid; anti in default or neglect of such part,
nerehip so to de.alsey shall not be permitted to any snits
or actions against them in any court or before any Justice
of the peace or alderman In this Com meows/81th, to plead
any miedemeerior or the omission of the name of an,
member of the partnership or the inclusion of the name
of persona not members of said Partnership.
Ssc. 14. That hereafter. where two et mere persons
may be desirous of entering into soy business whatever
in partnership capacity. they'sball before they engage or
miter iat any each busieess as aforesaid, comply with
or be Name to all the provisions sad restrictions is the
nest preelieding section sit this act.
QT Eats.—The indepoodeot whip of Erie and the
Democrats, havielocted Miles Associate Jodie. and Pet
tey. editor of the Chronicle. Prothonotary. both volunteer
wing.. This it a signal retake to the faction is Erie.
headed by Walker & Co . who have lorded it ever their
party for some year. with a bold hand. Ws are Portico
tarty platted to hear of Perlsy's meccas. who wits driven
out of the whit Convention in an anheard-of-manner.—
Tbe Gazette treats the “bolters" vary affectionately—
they are too nentereas to d es attrord Dew.
q'' "Comparisons ere *10n5. 99 .! • Dogberry; bet
hers a ens that is **odorous." Jean ' Liod. the Swedish
Nightingale. sang in &Salo last week. This week, the
;ovals of resale in that favored city hare been enjoying
the deetile notes el a Miss Greeotiekt. a "lady oh color."
called the ••111sek Swan." Who would'st be a 'lowan
Stratat Ticacre.—The experience et the We election
is this county has satisfied every honest man, that the
Slagle Ticket Systole I. susceptible of abase sad (rand.
Its repeal will be demanded next winter.—Crnford
Sassy we! ♦ mire serninizahmi swit afpiaitical rag.
entity was never divined by an overbearing majority, I.
retina power than the ••single tiehet" imminent. and
we trust the finishing this winter win Wipe it hem Oaf
11:7 The Arhisbula Teirgriph clewed its second }.•r
on Wadaesdai laat. The Tetet►wpA, bating it. ultra
I. a geed paper, foul we at.' glad t• laars I. I.
V" Some of the Newspaper. are bragging shoot a
••Bum of pea. Scott by 3. D. Jooes.•' Ws don't think
it caa be compared to the ••lent of Cho. fkott" in Ohio
sod Pommylrani'. by Johnstoe sad Victim.
thdiforaie hew ••dess for" her Bigler. sod we hove
strung hopes that the whip of Powaylintels knocked the
other taw ft cocked hot' yswerdsi.—Deaseille Harald.
Thus spoke the slip of the Herald the day triter our
election. He did not know that. instead of the whip
"knocking" truer into a "cocked het." the Doinoce a te
hod •knocked" Johesten."eockad" se swor4 oat of the
Gubernatorial chair. He has heard mime rumors of tbe
fret by this time, we presume.
IX Murree ALL Clorea,—Time wbs *be* "ald Bil
lie." was •Isimis" i. ibe Democratic beseaboW. bet that
day passed with Ms berating of Coos. &sebum's big Aso
ea beard Nis Priseetes—that cetestreph• kaockei all Me
commas mass that..., woo is Was em. W. might
Easily Ibis pitaisies tryeioisg Mucha/AIM flask of "mak
ing masthe" at Gee. lEsaromy before a Court Martial.
sod -his refusal to eat or Amp al Fort Leaveawerth' be
cases his ass-is-law. Frostiest. was ems* held a prig•
pow chore; bet ere acid not ge back forth*, time to hos
reply I. a- recast pomades to sails the Demecrasy
kllseeeri es s plappiesiler to the Now Yak jeiat molt -
voodoos. l■ this setablf &maw* he says M. . mig ht
"maser set is mom) with OM sir theitessil dead. Mt*
died at Bt. Lewis el_ Melees. thus g• Wm. semesithis
with mesh i gang el esamps." While !hales beklassell
Museart WWI Is theDmeserack ma Ma
pelltital homes eagelpbed is that Weed sad amp whim.
L e tter eea t at PlikiteVida Ch.
an the t • Law.
• Kneemennew. Phtlade County. } i
" Oct 1851. 1
Man Sts:--The aliases el eastern Peso. ail* ye '1
swell iodiaerest elpectateee to the eoebteveroy n
the city of
,Erie avid Maki* concerning the pigs; ,
the Lake Shore Railroads. When it was annousesti that
the Erie gad Nosh East Railroad Company had .sisal-
y itssalmillmil the lacing down of ,• track sic feet wide. ,
from the city of Erie to the New York state lie,. accord
ing to the provisions of the Erie county , gasge law, pass
ed stile* last seediest at the Legislature. the most lively
emotions of . grat ificatien were every where evinced
among. those whose weirdos had Woes drawn to the IMF
its of the question. The fact that New York and Bootee
interests haws visited is aireffert to Enka Diskirit the
point of Railroad treashipment. by a change of gauge.
sad that. agreeably to that cegabitiatien-71 will am say
cieupirsey--track layers aro nos et work constructing a
Railroad with the Ohio page of four feet tes.ischos.
frost Darkish west to thoPenneyht Ma state line. does
sot cause any serious apprehension is this quartek_
Their oldest la es palpable that it Shines thrgaigh the '
transparent movement—it is too legible to Abe sys sail
te the eaderstrading to be darkened of smuggled ender
say guise of art or plea of sophistry; it is !misfile ia its
intent. sad weak, iwo inimical! in its et; surefire to the
permeate' interests of Peensyliania. and.. therefore,
casest be carried out against the esticeotre power of
public *pinkie and the law. The site of Erie. sea with.
out, resort se the bindin g force of ',viola . bee too
I mesh at stake ever to yield is Duskirt.- Net . tibias ea
&lied her with fmilitioased advantages sot enjoyed by
Its, rivals; sad bar istelligent citizens must florae* that,
by a reel/law nod weewervieg prosecution .0 develop,-
unpin of bit Railroad Ike. in all its pasts. the city of Erie
may be made the forms of a trade sad popalatien that
shall ultimately exceed any ether city Ain the lake. Ns
people could hive sit/gager or stove powerful issestive
to nraintals their inroad than the satiates of Erie at the
present tins. Bet the city of Erie has also the law of
UN Sate to fortify, the mend she ties taken. sod. therefore
the:erste of the rionaalideted isteresto of New York and
Baotou dare sot postulate into Posasylvanis with their
Dunkirk scheme in defiance of a positive and permit**.
ry statute. The Erie roomy gauge law. after a full die
cession and deliberation. was passed by an overwhelming•
majority is the Bowes( Representatives. and as wean.
issue slinsaini vete in the Renate. It was istrodesed
so a clean mid dietisct measure. wholly discesiectud i
from any and every other proposition: Aad if the hope
or expectation be festered ia any locality out of the State
thattbi set otAnsesobly may hereafter be modified or re
pealed..l am quite ours that the attempt. if wade, will
receive from the Legislature of Possaylvaele. a meet
pointed sad eswesery rebuke. For. while time is sit. 1
as I eenesive. one sound or valtri reaSts which. is Peas- '
sylvan* can be verged it favor of its modification or re-
peal. there are to seeas 'as plentiful as they are palpable
aid seuviaaing. wiry it should be unseated and maistais-'
ed is good faith. le its substance. War and dint's,.
If there ezieted no necessity for a change of Relined
gangs. the case woad wear a different aspect; bet ins. -
nisch **the pokey of Ohio sal New York has rendered
a change of gauge unevoithaile at at NMI point aloe,
the lake, it would be folly is Pennsrivania set to di it
within her own beends, and thee make her ewe lake ci
ty lb. read depot for all the great railroads, *steadier
from the Atlantic cities to the lakes.
The railroad :sago of fear feat Mild cod sae-half in
ches wee adopted in Penn rylvsnis brig anteeedeatM the
time that the gauge of four fest tea inches was aimed
upon for the Ohio raihoed er the rings of six feet, for
the New York and Erie railroad; beano. while Piassyl-
Tapia van amply jellify her reeetiC gauge law es the
"'mend that the city of &isle sot only the safest and beet
barber. bet in troth. the cushy geld sod commedioas har
bor on the lake. sod. therefore. the very spot for railroads
to cionoontrate. 'hen is. at the sant, time. ergo the pri
ority of kme owe milroad *cage. which for n selfish re--
imp. wee departed from by her 'mightier*. If the railroad
companies/00h* and the New Teri and Erie 'earns&
company had. at the outset. adopted
. the gaiginthes is
Petureposais and Maryland. there would bays buss. at
this day. ewe waikerra genre threogitout all the rami6ea
times of the Angelina!, railroad system.
Think. for ono spqrssat. of the ozpontsa and delays,
of the taxes open trade, and open this comfort. -patience
and isonvinience of the trividiug public. which hare no
suited from the iatrodaetwa and no. of dissimilar railroad
gauges. and time tell ins whom joalbesy and selflshamo'
calmed all this coalition. datititioat and in other
words. all this wafts of time mod money? This lied*. if
any, merit which the excess office and mt-half insh..i•
the Obi* gasp. may possess over the page *I Pommy!.
vania. weighs hot lightly in the balance, saltiest this roe
frictions and panakies it bat imparad "pan this besimass
operations and this business awn of ilia emsatry. Lad in
refersnes kid*, gasp of six feet. it is to me a sigeitichnt
eommostary that, with thaieseamient of the Now twit
and Cris railroad. and the bratimb raw*. efinneetod with
it, no raiksed nempany In the United Staten bas sloes
emaitmeted • track six feat wide.'
Os the railroad rests from Philadelphia to Erie. the
Roadisi rosilrood •stead/ ideal the Elebsylkal •alter
with • thimble track. for • distillate of more Mae ninety
miles. And r dare railroad will always be an importlasi,
lick is the thteogb lino from the belawaro to the lake,
of ammo ite gauge of fuer feet eight sad one-half joshes,
will be adhered to, threoglitiot the portion yet to Wilt.
The moults promised to the people of Philadelphia. by
the active citizens who estimated ( And urged forward the
Pennsylvania railroad. std which are biennial' to be re
alised in the increase and preoperity everywbero shoes
ding in the Miff and county. have stripped from that work
the mist and doubt with which the timid sad ;lie skepti
cal always shies to invest whatever. is their language.
is se "experiment." and hetie given I. it the r of a
niceties"l and popular enterprise. The only regrlit sew
a days expreseed is, that the Pennsylvania railroad bad '
not bees onconsenced some years eoonar, ea that, by this
time. the cars might be posing seer its entire length.—
And as will it be with Philadelphia and the projected rail
road to Erie. Each day that it ie deferred adds to thesis
of procrestinathra recorded spinet her in the hies sea
son of apathy sad indifference which la leaded. I trust,
never I. return again. The Philed4phia sod Erie 'rail
road scheme. solo* to our citisens a prospect, as Mtrac
tire and imellience deserving. is ever gladdened the pi
oneers *phis Peneaylvsnia railroad. And I will net doubt
that the citizen* ofphiladelphis ars tesdy and willing.
(able I knew they ire,) to contribute a full share of the
means which are eseoutial to the vitality sad progress of
an undertaking of such magaitede and promise. It isle
manifestly the intereet, net to say the duty of Philadel
phia to have a railroad reaching t• Erie, that its claims
cannot, is the orderer even% be much longer peetPoned
or pat off:
lo the aright of the P.oneyleaai• railroad the gold to
which Philadelphia rut Ivor longing gem" was hi Lb's west
and south-west. as both sides of the Ohio and Mississip
In thee... of the propeet.l miliond to Erie. - the goal
to which ehi!edelphie will be weleemeii. is is the West
and north-wed, epos the waters sad atoned the borders
of the lakes. Tho two made timer can become rival , .
in an invidious pesos. env more then the right haled p■
become the rim, tolls. left. 're eclairs lb. films of a
giant's power eat imitate • giant's deeds. two mini are
iodlspensable. Tel tb. growth and strength of a giant
•re bet the ileveleitedoonsegisemes of an oleservaiiee of
the fairs of health. sad a mere nitwit natural organisa
tion, ea compered with ether mortal.. And if Tbilsifel
phis would watch the laws trade and me her weehli
and ..gutty to multiply the means of rapid. direct and
easy eirmeneskistion on el sides. her extension end in
creme to the •agnitude and imminence of the giant city
of the Udell, would be but the developed oineequesites
of rkipaiiiiral advantages of her position.
PhihedeNtltie bees spaeleas Whirr ea the Delaware.
whom waters ebb and flow with theme's Giles that his
her ships aid steamers te and boa the eetiblowiai
wean and distant eestitweb; whole bor two iron ass
'shalt both *awash abwea tbe Blew she iiiit-ewo sad
Id I . the eye le a spli t
and dead Moth of the Ohio and the Lake; sod thee.
treasons of the Cornucopia which plenty ins irt that
t clime. and empties year by year, tote the cities of
east, will be her animal prise.
;The spirit of internal improiiemeut by rafireade, se rife
the States of Obit, Ind.ana and llboom, has already
nitrated ammo the Missiesippi: beyoaid therestropolls
Mieseuri there are strong men with the pick and sho
vel, the earth for the railroad Week wheels is *s
ties& at me period net remote, to ',Meths iron hone
istis mores award, to the far off laod,of gold! Whoa
this 'hail boMee *shed, as it will bei for the project is
not olio of doubt. bu • oly of tame and mays and mesas.
the too ocean shores all be joined together by a iron
artery that win used t life bleed ofeeleh aid Wonky
through a thousand irise serves. beartel'iin from it into
end throughout the Lame of the Repabloi. 11 is a greed
scheme. designed open a male befitting Me mammas of
die country aid the energy of the Americus people.
00 the greed plea of those operation/vs/Web poetess
a asthma' importance. Philadelphia ahead have two in
dependent routes—the Pesusplessis to, the Ohio river,
and the Erie to the Lake. Themetommetiag at the three
• great points ea those waters—the cite, of Wheeling.
Pittsburgh, and Erie—with the not-work of railroads be
yond. prodoes and minerals from field and mine, and
passengers from mire and firm, would poor in useess
log streams ever her own highways fah, her_own ware
kirs and hotels , swelling her commerce and her
es am as certain as mountain brooks pear dews irate the
eitier. and raising around with the consist. swell the tri-,
betas of the sea.
The city of New Tort bee a route !poi to Lake Erie
ever the New York sad Erie Railroad,', The city of Boo
tee has route open to Lake Erie-ever Roston. Alba
ay awl Bartle line of Railroads. Awl' Woe, I hope, MS
oily of Philadelphia will have her riuleWpen to Lake
Erie over the philadelphin sod Erie Railweed. The main
trunk of these three Enes terminates on Lake Erie, res.
pedtively. at Donkirk. sad the, city or Erie.. If
the isavigaties of Lake Erie throughout, the year were
tweebetnaeted by ice: and if. moreover. Ural°. Dunkirk.
and Erie. had each w pert of equal or equivalent capacity*
wifely sad ionise, the oeceasity fp Veaueestrite the
eisiumeres of the Lake at any one of this, depots. would
not then be we orient or imperative. %beagle there would
'still remain gewl reason for the eoticeen.einin of OM three
great throezh lin.w of riiirned at A. *riles other of the
time lake pert. Bet Lake Erie. io ilea load semsoo. is
onstrocuml wen me, and D Erato ant ankirk. while they
easy perhaps. is some particulars. sepal; and resemble
each other. do not is any commercial qualitp equal or re•
enable the cite of Erie. The H ober of Erie, besides be•
lag the only one capah,le of alfirding abetter to the ship-
ping of the like in lime of storm. IS in the Autumn and
Serie, free from ice sod open to Invitation several weeks
bears the-more earthen'. so called.- harbors of Deik,rk
and The city Of Erie, therefore. highs spot do
attained. by nature for the Atlantic cities to intersect the"
lake trade, and the paint. per se, from which the several
Railroads to l'ailaielphis, NeW York sal Boston should
Toffs is the idea egaSodal in .the Erie county pugs
leer, sod so PeU - hey:vestan. I trust, wilt ever be found to
raise hie voice is the Lsgislatars to anon! or revoke it.—
The theta's.. of Pennsylvania feeling aid the commands
of ditty would omit* is indignant pretest. and cassi the
represistatives of the peikple to spars a sacrifice so fatal
terns Peter summate of tlito State. It istiajoined tit the
Good Buok'tbat "than shalt love thy neighbor as thyself."
tile precept is literally complied with in, the Gauge
Law of last missies, because that law simborizes ear
neighbor Mew York, and her neightiot anion. to meet
Philadelphia with theirrespective gauges at Erie. se that
the three cities shall dime together encounter the Ohio
gouge. Tree molts of the Peneeylvania statute is "tuber
ty. *vitality. fraternity"—tbst is. to Piiiw York aid Bao
tou liberty to *stand both mikes* from Daskirk and Hof
fats, each with its present separate gauge. with Peausyl-
Minis as far as the Philadelphia starting polll4,ag the city
•efEMs--ey.iality in permitting them to approach west
ward to the any .tin mama condiumis as her
own philadelphis metrepolitt—end fratirriuty. in the pri
*Seri to compete fur and divide l mie ally with the citizens
of the state. the prelim of the intissnee trade which will
M sosesotisted at the Penneyleases lake say, is he pas
sage from the island country to the seaports so the At.
To eV** the thugs Law le be evaded or disregarded.
.se that the Ohio pegs. winch it se eisph.atically dacha.
@detail torinissto at the city of Ens. ceeld be ;slurried
farther eastward, passing by the city ill Erie sad exaesd
tag is Drukork. wired he to as smiled more love for New
fork and ddiseschasons thee for Peitheylvesis: for. in
that emit the 'mire cars arriving heavy hides froth the
Odense. sad glue% otherwise world stop et the city of
Erie. ODOM pees sr E astwerd to Dtskirk; currying able
with thous the balk of the through holiest* to he divided
it Darkirk ei Waifs. between Now Yoe./ rind Boston!
Ostler sushi as arranges eat the Philadelphia sad Erie
asiihroad alight dionisista is cossequance' irons a wain
rusk lino into a sore tare eat biases road. besause the
Philadelphia cars could sot nth en the lake *bore road
rassiag through Paimaylvaida; nor could the western
can ran on me Pailadelphia road. The wesuira trains
"theenwhile. mould peas through the city of Ens. awl by
the Philadelphia c4onsetion. sad the seem of New Jodi
aid Boston. on Pthasessairt sail, Issuud for the grand'
trsashippieg depts. b taktrt an I iliatiato. could waive ,
their bate or seemly chuckle at the. short-eightod policy
ads* Kirystoos state. ,
Each 4111 ovarrisoirpany that is iddhorisad to eat end
a railroad into Pennsylvartirs, whether os the East. North
or West. should bashers of all powar to diverialioate••
gainst the railroads and towns within her owe borders.
Tema" is a world of significance in the fact that the New
Toth and Ern asilreael Company. after 'expressly mime-
toting-with the Erie sod North Etat Itiiiroad company,
for this use of their road, provided it was otrosstrootod with
the Ws feet geode front the city of kth, to the New York
state hoe; by a lease for years. now raves to,conforwa to
that agreement. although it grew out admix own over
ture and prJpositien. It was also, sit all informed. the
original intention oldie directors of the Albany sod Buf
fet° line. to extend a railroad with a pegs of four feet
sight and one-half builds along the lake shoos westward
to the city of Erie.
. The Erie conety Gangs Leer onset, no more than this:
in fact thee is precisely whit duo law contemplates and
provides for. If, therefore. the companies whom rail
roads moth tholoke at %MU and Maki* ever design •
ed io good faith to follit their engagemests and promis
es, why do that punkt its a colonic" motrary to bath? 1. '
it bemuse they were them is so attitude or actual or sus-.
peeled homility and opposition? However this may be.
at appsais they have sines that time made a treaty of !of
fence and defence, for each seems now the ally of the ,
other. and both have concentrated Komi ii plso for me
railroad west from Dunkirk, io order the: better to sbite.
oat the cities if Erie and Philadelphia from an equal pir
delpation is the lake trait,. Bat surely' they 'refit sot
have the hardihood to ask Peonsylvaois serloodylo ad
mit for mummies of their new arrangement tat Mr own
torritorY .and thereby discriminate is their favor. sod
against her owo.cities sad ha ewe people?'
lt • /
The lipplicatiop. if made. M remonstrance
and indignation thronghost the w obi Commonwealth;
aid there should be visited upon It onortifyingand amt. !
*helloing defeat, that would fersier bauish it from the
Legislative Dalt. -
Thee. I bare given yes an ink d' awing of amine of my
Cows oa Erie county railroad ga goo. led. though my
hone on the kinks of the Delay to is the appellee:-
teem* of the State from your hoiCe on the shore of the
lake, still. as a Penasyleaniau. I Net that set e sato
local question to effect Erie county igloos, but a quastiou
of grate intrinaic character that etatraces within its scope.
alike the centre and all the extremists of the State.
Tsars. truly. THOMAS ff. IPERNON.
To WiLLIAN A. GALIMM7III. ES.
-1:3!' Haul so You.—A• i•dirittsal ts .ow living in
Cincisasti. who spasm Ow ha babbsol his skill broken
sista times. sad itr rseoired is his be* meaty. moiiiist
bons. pt Its is as good es a.. it sysald'itt take ',sr
• regiasset of moll ammo ti noels aim Csba.
Brie Cleanty Ofiloial.-11161.
AI oar table of the *Mehl! • eta of the twenty coetainerf
wear terrors last week. eenserioriet epos the berry ofgo.
iteir to pew the same eweeieglthw Return /edges wet,
we repoblielt it 'warted:
OWN=et. Judse.i /tamelaie Judge. p rv ,
North Fast tp..
North Mao bur.
• n.s. , m lit, sal
Isisi 10 .1171 r. 11•6' imi iss ss' an in
174 1f 1: 4 4 1 sr& 12' VI "4 rt: ?t T,
, I ,
!,,s, PC nil Ise 134 103 141' , 020
101' 33 30 0 20 70 4 ss to
' 401 27: as, so ss ist 67 0 0
jai ) 132 1 Ire tor no' 1 24 na 121 IN,
lisp tsp. 147 138 13410 133 10 is; 1
too ss In; 179 153 1 86 711 lit mg'
as sa a 'la 11 7 17 10'
4ps' 73' 101 214 138 , 111 I4e ill Hi
:104i 0 lit' 27. As 30 0 43 le 41 '
0 as, 0 1
73i 141. '. 0 10 a
, 131 lit Ili 0 ft So 44 le e i
fai ili 73, 410 i 73 111 101 0 ii
71. 311, :4111 WI 41 0. 44 II
sal 411' es 31' sa ss' ss a
ft' 78 t , 0 78 - ' 42 37 1 1 1 0
44 esi a' sty n, s 3;• 7( is
in is 10 $ n, tc lo 34 •
IN tll 1114 0 0 31 11, 44 17
II A 1 41 "4: ig
1 4 7 % 17 1. 1. 41 E A
002 , 101 173 'lll 101; 143• Ite yr
Ali 73 0' ft 0 IS 134 0 11
10 2170 mis 7373 340 jiffs zit 00 17 . 0
i_ ......'—._ ~....
318 i i onol ssi. tit
Total Pokier Judges alike &pre Coen
William M. Meredith. Whig l '
George Chambers. •• ,
Joshua W. Coolly. •• , .
William Jessup. . • ••
Jeremiah 8. Black. Demperai.
James Campbell. •• '
Elbe Lewis. ••
John B. Clib'ftlr• . " •
Walter U. Lowrie • •• : .
Ofbial Result in the Piste*.
- Gar statement
,last wip•k of lb* result is this Judicial
District was income': The followiag?ffi
Crawford. (maj. for Galbraith) 676
Waireu. .. 11. i
Erie, (majority for Babbitt) : 3G9
• Galbraith's majority, . . 643
Thuraday evemilig last, fn the Presbyterian Chinch,
iU thee enc. by Rev. Dr. Lyon. Jute W. DitUCLI.I
and Miss Nlsacaarr A.. only daughter of the °Seta
tin t ( clergyman.
.• On Tnuraday evening lug by Rev. P. Etonghton: 10.
sere S Day. Paned Midshipman, U. S. Mau
Naar E., daughter of Lieut•peo. Bernmanof this city.
In Waterford. on the 9th inst., by Wu% Benson. Esq
Mr. ALBERT GLASS. and Miss SARAH FOOTE, of Anthem
la New Orleans. on by ---.. Mott D. W.
qa:IN. Esq.. family of this F4aca. and Miss M. EWA
Sl•Cuaaat.t., of the former city.
On the 15th inst. by Rev June, P. Read. Mr.'C¢p.
Tilt B. CLAIM, if Green, lo AIMS. LAURA Baum's, of
On the 7th inst. iu Mill Cireek, by ReT. Mr. Kuchler,
MT. Dem Busiacmata. and Atiaa Wiy.toLo, ail of the
, to North East on lh• Bth *a., MCI. ELIZAIIITU ALLI•
sov. wife of Cot. David Allison of that place, aged 45
' 1a Mill Creek ea .Wedisedliay marmot last, Mr. has
ii:aaast B ed. aged 84 jeers.,,
WHEREAS my wile, :Catharine Kuhl, did. colds
:NJ lust.. lease my bed and board wiquist pat
Cause or provocatiou, this therefore. is to caution all pa
trols against harboring or trusting her ocr—ttii account, as
I will pay no debts of her Inuntraeting sitar the abate
date. , DANIEL kiIAIL.
Erie,' Oct. 25, 1851
1120 D0LL.11.1111 . 11132111rAi30.
Lo2l*—On Wednesday p2lofllllll, last. a broeo lath.
er roenel, won, 005.,.. ._ e ...... 5......i.....1 .r. 14 ~.ir
Jive dollars, one hundred et which was in gold, and duo
halftime is $S sad $lO bi. birekt sot recollected, The
pocket boot VI supposed t have been lost beirdwithe
public duck the subscriber' - residence oo Holland Slow
between 7th sod Sth wee Whoever will return said
tawny or give infurmatio where ittuay be fouud, shall
receive the above reward.
Erie, Oct. 25. 1851
Saat Optima at No. 1
irVIJESE the 'Weenier iv
Imbed stock of Hata, Ca
;hi attention of the people ut
himself that from nue lung pea
woes in bia line, and Ilia sole
ry best goods direct trom the I
by raving the profit,.
cheaper than any other catal.l
,Idatsug detetituned to :Lake Ih
great pains in theselectmi ul
compacte. cum pr is ing e‘er) '
VARIETY OF TII
and or the very beit Mavens ,
ittimis may be Wand as assorts
skin Hats. Extra doe and a
tat style of Hat designed ell,
in a I she cistern cities.
to, and Ike Go d Gigsirs, I
With over ro - ty different at
of Warren's win. er elect' Ca . 1
country. Also, Silk flesh;
cheap A great %Ninety tit
er with au amorusient of Tru'
all of which will be sold vet
ranted as represented. or the
1. arid Jar aalir
Erie. Oct. ES.
R 0 POS ALS w be meet
,the Corporation. until
twaof lkilldt up ou the grou
'epee Mentions can be seen at
examine thew. -
Et le. Oc t. 93. -24
3000 PAIRS Wtict.‘xpllea
'Ante/Inc—AU ety'l•s a
the cheap mote is the ee
D EADY NiADF; CLUTRI
dy Madeetounag, can •
Erie. Oct. 23.
BOOT ti & 811003. is g
AGOOD asaortment of
the stole of A
sale cheap. with • wi
Comm Mill tawa, •as C
welch cannot fail • please.
reits: TEA • .—A ettpee .
Wr este the cheap .
RU3411 s • — llikiths, Hair.
EI at Or kora/de etka4,
' N TRININIINGd , • arm Cols hid. umio'
lass Moo, Cord and T a of irarroog tailor , . KO'. ilfsi
. • Rack rallies. AUFUzi /KELP
FLE IRON& of difiereut Mods, at No, I Herd 11,),..<
Erie. Oc4S 3 - I aurvs 'Lux.
LIU TCHEVS EA VVS and
AJP Ent., Om EL
TI HE subscribers are nob/receiving a larye and Pptendid Swell
1 of Pad and Winter Garda. eonsileting of pry Good-, Groce ftti j,
liardwatv,CroriterY. Shcoe4 are. In this /wet ma) be e.'''',..
almost every variety or I,.ndato Melee Goode; Moo. vowel."'
Veatings, tie. They Invite heir old customer.' and perSIT" V W.
wally latending to ,pureh goods in their lin, id roll a11,' 1 ,,..g .
amine their stock be/pre pur basing elsewhere. ss the> rev c " .
Want prices and qualities ill give entire sal ssfaell(M.
Erie. Het. 23.-14 a
' .1434433 II Utalt.l. t CO
TE undersigned having removed his Ta•loring ilstal.l.staw it
to the rooms directly over A. at J. S. Walters Grocer) Wl'
lately oceupsed by Tbornpsioh and and oppceite
Hotel, would informs his Oleads and the triendl) pubirc ryes"
t a 'e t • pa w nt i rcm : l t i or i ale li bl iv i l b i to i i n be rv ie m .' e ' l ucda l a y nd:r te espor e : v ae4 i tl iti u he l t l he y r : l :l 6, l i v e rr i lLi le .
eeived the Fall and Winter Fashions, he I. prepare f to ern
mane any and every canoe* in his line in a style not to he or
passed here or elsewhere. 4.150,. Naval and Military 004
Dude to ordtv,
17 Callous dorteprompag. and with tarOe.
HN Aar others
Erie, Oct. IN,
• atimificial Academy.
,r oci= tie , :t—o :nel lu s ri The— cat u r i: keta the d 1 Pl :w t :U u l or il ope r tb g e m i l D ie m ee t , ::::: 7 1 .4
I iamalon. Go ik a
NTOTICE to hdteby sive* tha t i t
he One of I . 2lo T d t,' In
/31: Co. Was iiicoolved os tic Nth inst. b y mutual co o .e p i
Mhos/ bar claire t e ll Ma Ono will prevent lam_.,
gri411$111"3.1116 & Um& wbe continue dr buhomA . "
AU hem= latheihhil will not to the hoot 1 0 . 104°.
ly mid calo coots. F. LA 14P90 ,1 .
4,111114 Oct. 21, 1!.31.-:- , K. C. It'ILCO.I.
V HAT STOKE! L
and Furs! To winds lie int art
4ie and its viesuity. lie daises
ellieal experience iti Mauulactutsug
liar facilities toutsaiiiitig the te
nhpuners sad Matdaeturers, these
hat lie C3l/ se.l as cheap, it tuis
ttietli In wit-arm Pennsylvania.
'Bl city bus re.tdence. he has 1416e9
is gouda to maim bis ow/Wilma(
and Workmanship' Amon; tus
nt oC ery nne double elm liort
e extra MoleAtu Hats. A begun
sly for Young Men. Winona!) e
Jenny Load. Hungarian. ha U-
OOL HATS! !‘ f
es of d'poo. /The ortgaial patters
DOW 80 fasibiosat.;e ages: Oast tas
W •tylQf Finc t'ret,rh
Is an 'ups iur *lageth•
dies Furs and autiala asses,
)t, p fur t'ash. All pods war
. • reftanded.
JOHN 11. W OLSEN
ss of punt Tan.er.• 01 ree6TeJ
dplsua. L. B. CLARK.
ed at roe office of the Secretary of
' hit of November nest, fur the rrt•
of Erie Cethetr , . t lam and
y °dee by any w'W toay lenh
J. a PEN CER. Pfr y
'Socks wanted by
C. 1.1 TIO 146
d Mad Caps, at Me lowed rdies. d
(i.4—A u 4l ieiee - i - e4 ;welt of Rea
Itlo4 $4 the shoe of
•- _ _
at the new ewe tIK
pp Bap and d,ttr beG, Om Wad it
• assortment of CitrUlar WP ft(
• t rlandrtlla. Al w..yule) asl
• Hand and Wood e2ivs, at roe*
SENN cr . ] . a Cu.:
e • • allprice t
seers crT s
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