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Thirty-Sand Conger—Fecund Sudan
SVIATIC•--A large n• miser of memorials VON proseot
oby :dm". Seward. Fish. Broadhead and others-
M r . Seward iotrodeeed several. praying for • laW t o
f ont registers to vessels to Certain tows: Referred to
t he Committee no Commerce.
p a inotioo of Mr. Houston. th• till I. re-organise the
0 , ! ;. was made the special order of tbo d a y for wod.
Mr. Hunter gave notice that he weisld te•merrow call
"pale bill to extend the warehousing system. by author,
, s isg the beading of goods in private ware•honsee. aid
•cold press its immediate consideration.
Mr. Hale submitted a resolution directing the Com.
mince en frauds to enquire whether a certain purser in
the Nary levied a per center of Sailers en the repro.
' siltation that he had yrocered the passage of a law tie
jig the Sailors an extra compensation. Ile said that he
could prove that such a thing bad been done.
M r . 6rrio said that no one had ever approached the
s i vil Committee on the subject. The reeehation was
Oa motion.ilf Mr. Mallory the &rotate proceeded to
tys esosieloration of the bill repealing atm teenage ditties
is Spanish vessels.
• Mr. Mallory supported the bill at seas length.
Witbont taking a vote en tha hill. Mr. Clarke Mined
is Ezteative MOWN.. which was agreed te.
Ths Senate did net take say action on the nomina
tion of Mr. Badger for the Berme Court.
After the doses were m-wposed a message was rveniv
od from the President. traosmitting the correspondence
t ined for by Mr. Masan. relative to the Tehuantepec
ovation. Also, t motivate transmitting the award or
Louis Napoleon in the case of the brig Gloineril Arm
rho Senate shortly after skimmed.
HoC3t OF RIOFILICSISFATIVILS.AII iseffectual attempt
ermined, to fix the hoer of meeting al 10 o'clock.
Mach time wa, spout in Motions to agape . ad the roles.
Tho House then took op and passed several private
Many ioeffectual motions were made foe enemy pur
pose., when the Hasse. amid some secretion. adjourn
Wastuayoa. Jae. 2S.
Scsars.—Solooral neemeriala. ace.. were prewental by
Mr. Seward and ethers. •
Several reports of Committees wore preesated.
. The Senate Chamber is densely crowded is every pat t
by the beauty sad fashion of 4,city. espoctiag to hoar
Mach confusion exists. and it is impossible to hear the
particulars of several reeoletioss of inquiry which has.
On motion of Mr. Badger the Boasts propeteedool to the
consideration of the House bill to **vim ?rands in the
Treasury and guarding the Clerks is the Departments
sod members of Congress Goa l bribes.
Several amend - mints were offered and the bill was
The Sueds then proceeded ti the special ogler of the
Jay, being the renditions of Mr. Casa, re-eMrming the .
Monroe doctrine and applying it Is Cabe.
Mr. Soule, having the Sear protteeded to speak at
Hover or Reratsprativss.--Thei Speaker laid before
the House a communication from
, the Presidost. ad.
verse to the claims of certain officers of cutest. for es.
tra fees. .t
Hdannevo. Jan. 2SI.
S .—A'nember of petitions; &a.. were present
ed and referral",
The Satiate then. ea motion if Mi. Hamilton. took up
the hill from the. House toincorperate the West Phil's.
Litervy Institute. which was considered sad passed
Mr. fry read in place a VII to incorporate the Berke
and Lehigh Railroad Company.
Mr. Hamilton road in place a bill rotating to the die.
inlet of Wood Pennsylvania.
The Senate then adjourned.
11..cer. Or Rcravocerraravas.--Tha House is col in
union to..d.y, having yesterday honoured ever until
SigArg.--rt largo number of Petitions. emeateriato.
sic.. were presented and referred.
Mr. Fry read its plate a bill to authorize the Comity
Ceramitaioaers of Northampton county to borrow money,
tad to repeal the Act of 1849. relative to Comosiesioa.
en of that county;
The Senate, en emotion of Mi. Fry. took op lb•
fed it was considered and passed finally.
Mr. &madames fowl in place a bill repealing dee eat
(sr the allotment of the public prating to the fewest bid
dor, sad providing for the electioi of u State Prime!. by
tie iwe Hassel of the Legislators. ,
Mr. O'Neill read in plane a hill I. iacerperate the Phil.
adelphia Medical Legal ( 7 ) e•IPIP.
Mr. aster. a bill eeppbenmaterr to the eel loeorpora•
tag the Farmer's Memel- Eire loannina Company , of
leeks county. .
Hem o► RiPAIIIIIMTATIVILII.—PIeassrees petitieas:
he., were presented and referred. and among theta a
sanWr from the jsarnerman priatere of Philedeilphia.
sr the repeal of the lair (ivies the peblie prin ties is the
heist bidder. :
Mr. Waterbari read is place s bin to easter on John
Jonmo McKeit the rights and privilogcs.of a child berm
it 'total treilleck.
Mr. Sergeant road in play a bill supplesientot7 to the
act incorporating the Pers. Mates! Life fassraaes
posy of Philadelphia.
Mr. &roof offered :a reselation antherisiag the op-
P•llltstent of a Coessanteo I. isvestigate the causes sad
'spirt sky tke Wheat aid Flour. from Western Penn
sylraeis, seeking a market oa the sea-board. finds its
spay through all ether 'Channels of transportation. except
ing ever the Pennsylvania Roitriad and Des State im•
Tha resolution was read sad laid apes the tall*.
Mr. Flaaigan. from the Cdoossittee ea Corporatism*.
reported bill to ieeorporata -the Aathraeits Railroad
HassuissiraO. Jas. 23.
' Saaass.—Stadry polities., k.” won preowned and
Mr. Kolarl road is plass a bill Is aattoriss dm Fmk
lia Railroad Canvas,' to dispose of $500.000 lhair
Tho ►iii was. on aiotioa. tatoa up. sa d ow , p ose
hale deists plural isally.
Mr. Cribb .road is place a bill. supplementary to the
set iiteerp•oatiog the Williastopert as glair. Railroad
limns Of ALPRILSSIITATIVIS.-..T11111 Breaker 111114.11t
ed a number of statements sad emusainicatieme, which
were appropriat•ly referred... war.lM. s kris somber
er petition,. atemoriale, &a.
Mr. Gilmore from the Committoo es the .Isdiaiary.
flPsrted a bill relative to the ilehmionsof tho Somme
Girt of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Knight. fora the' same Calmat.., reported a
bill relating to the laws of Betiding Amoosatiose.
Mr. Struthers. from the Committee en Corporatirma.
aperted a bill supplemeatuy to the act ieursperating
the Senarnit Coal Company.
Mr. Herbert. (rem the same eommittee. reported a
supplement to the set incorporating the Cheater. Media
tad Crookrille Plank Road CompaaT•
Mr. Kilbourne read-is place a bill to authorise the
Canal Commissioners to contract for additional locomo
tives to be used upon the State road.
Tat PITTIIIMIGIN RAlLaclap.-41 is MAW that
Messrs. Tiodel and Young, of Boston, have taken
lha contract for building the Allegany Valley rail
road from Attica to Olean, FirentY miles, r,r
600 , 0 00. They are to receive $BOO,OOO ip i stack
$ 3 00,000 in hoods and 1100,000 its tub,
WAIIIISCITOP. Jail. 24
liAstiussysa. Jan. 24
Appointments by the Cansl Commiemionen.
Ifsaaisacao, Jan. 22.
TM following appnintments have been made
Abe Canal Ceunni > sion•ra:
J. B. Baker, Superintendeut Mira sod C.,lumbia
.11 , tin Rosa, Somintentent AllPeteny Parlor
8. 8. Moon, Tonnage Calk. Ptiii'a aid Columbia
J. W. Dobbins, Wi od Inspector, do. do.
D. Sheaffer, Car Inspector, d0,,d0.
CoLuscrosm—James Monson, Eiston; E. , K.
Soliday,,New Hope; Robert Patterson, Bristo% Ja
cob S. Yost, Philadelphia; J. J. Rowan, Paoli; W.
Roat, Parkesburg; C. Carnmy, Lincaster; J. M.
Strickler, Columbia; J. L•vermore, Portsmouth; S.
J. Goodrich, Harrisburg; J. lacy, Newport; Wm.
R. McKay, Lewistown; D. Black, Hutoingdon; J.
P. Hoover, Hollidaysburg; F. Gibbon., Juhna
town; S. MeAntilty, Blairsville: Peter Clawson,
Freeport; Perry Biker, Pitteburgl4 Win. A. Pack•
er, Dunsburg; C. H. Beeber, Williatnaport; J. 11.
Zimmerman, Northumberland; Peter Ent. Beach
Haven; John Uuggens, Liverpool; Wm. Cole, Out-
Let Lock, Purtsmu-ith; D. M. Steadman, Clarkat's
Ferry-Bridge; J. Shoemaker, Juniata Aqueduct; K.
S mut visoa—George Blattenberger, Susquehan
Weigh-Master-4. Maher, C.,tumble.
Assistants--Heury Leech, Phileslelpkia; S. Mc-
Canso INSPRCTORS—D. Willard, Bristol; J. Hun
ter, Phil's; J. Cumming, Columbia; Thos. Weld),
do.; Daniel Delo, Hol!idsysburg; C. Carter, Johns
town; It. Blakely, Pittsburgh; T. S. Rm.lev, dn.
STATR AORNTS, COLUMBIA R. R.—F. 11. Eber.
0. Hammond, C. Buckingham, R. C. Beteg, C.
Thompson, J. Clark. M. Hibbs; W. Kelly, George
C. Bentz, A. H. Tippeng, Shriner, A. F.
STATR AORNTS, PORTAOR R. R.J. H. D.pcs. J.
Filler, C. B. Cutter, Joseph Viveri S. S. See*,
id•asuatag or SUAIKIIII. ---4ttitet an interesting
marriage took place on the evening of the 12 inst.,
on Hawley street, in this city. It appears that two
Shakers, a male and female, behinging to a section
between Schenectady and Troy, became enamored
of each tither, ai.d determined to ester. from a place
where they were denied the privi'cle of entering
into wedlock. They accordingly came here with
flying speed, and on had all the nemsary prelim
inaries arranged fur a marriage. The great broad
brimmed hat so I Shalt .r dress were taken from the
man, and a fashionable suit of black given him - in
exchange, and the female arrayed:in a neat fitting
dress of the latest and moat approved Part.ian style.
Thus rigged, they 'Ores( n'ed themeeltes before the
hymenial altar, and were made one flesh. A hap
pier Couple those in attendance State, they never
saw. The gentlema i's name was Wicks,
and the lady's Rosetta Hoye, and their ages res
pectively, 38 and 47.- Rosetta is pronounced as a
ladfof uncommon beauty of 'person, as well as of
great cultivatiunnf mind. After their marriage the
bridegroom related filly his exuerience is a Shaker,
and the peculiar rites he was bound to obey.—Syra
Tug Liras Boston Post pub
lishes the following extract from a letter received
from a gentleman whq has jag: returned torthie
country from a trip to Nina. relative to the feel
ingsof the Japanese tow rd the expedition of Com.
"1 was informed by a entlemai—a native;of Ja
pan, that the Emperor is II ready for the American
expedition. He exhibiteld a letter to me, which he
bad jatt received from one of this Countrymen, then
un the island of Jeddo. That . the people kept s'
strict 144 out all over the coast; and their fires
were already burning on the moudtains.at night; in
order to be prepared in ease the.srisdron sholtd ap
pear at night. Ole million ~f reldiers are ready
and at hand. The cow is elf set with gums, while
in the Bay of Jeddo, where the .fleet is expected,
there are el:itless war jank4. and the whole bay is
surrounded with innumerable faits. The ine it
tion-will find the Japane4e. mach. batter soldiers
than they anticipate. • • The presents had bet
ter been left at home. A trade will nen soon be
opened with that country, except by force."
West and Suuth during the
tailed ststetn eut prepared by
gesieer, it appears that the
suiting in the loss of life or
Caused by sinking,
Number of boats totally di 41
Niimber of lives lost, 1 400
The destruction of rives, when compared with the
number of accidents is inimensei but this is not to
be wondered at when we chnsider the nature of the
disasters. Fourteen out of the whole sixty-seven,
it wili be seen, occurred from the most *fatal of all
steamboat accidents—the explosion of boilers. 1u
three instances alone viz: blowing up of the Red
Stone, on the Ohio, the Glencoe in that port, and
the Saluda osi the Missouri, the destiuction of rife
exceeded 290 at the lowest estimate. These. facts
speak volumes in favor of the most rigid enforce
ment of the new steamboat law, if calculated in any
way to abate the evil complained of.—Boffalo'Rep.
a?' Some person' may be in doubt as to the pe
colitis belief held-by Theadore rsirker. The Boston
Advertiser is responsible for the following extracts
found in a recently published sermon by this noted
divine. The Advertiser says; -
"10 recently published 'Sermon,' Mr. Fatter
gives the fellovring as a portioh of his Confession
of Faith: do not believe there ,ever was g miracle
or ever will be; every where •1 find law,—the con
stant mode of operati,;n of the
,infinite God. Ido
not believe in the miraculous inspiration of the Old
Testament nr the New Testament. I do not believe
that the Old Testament was God's first word,nr the
New Testament his last. The Scriptures are no
finality to me. Inspiration is a perpetual fact. I
do 'not believe the mirscilious origin of the Hebrew
Church; or the Budhiit Church, or the Christian
Church; nor the miraculous character of Jesus.
take not the Bible for my master, nor yet the Church;
not even Jesus of Nazareth tot' my master. I feel
not at all bound to believe what, the church says is
true, nr what any n riter in the Old nr New Testa
ment declares true: and I am ready to believe that
Jesus taught, as I think, eternal torment, the exist
ence of a devil, and that he himself should ere long
come back in the clouds of lleaten. I do not as
cept these things on his authority. I try all things
by human faculties."
APoTaturßirritassi:l6 STIUMSOAT DMITRI" AND
Lou or, Ltrx.—We are informed by passengers
who arrived here yesterday on the Bunker Hal. of
the particulars of another terribly afflicting accident,
accompanied with loss of human life. which recently
occurred on the south-western waters. The Fuse
lin, which was a sea boat plying between New Or
leans and the Attakapas parisher, left that city late
on New Years day with a large cargo; on the fol
lowing Monday before daylight, and when off Ship
Island, she burst her b ,, ilers, instantaneously killing
the mate, one of the engineers, and five of the fire
men and deck hands. The commander, Capt. Den
slow, was very much injured and not expected to
recover. The carpenter and watchmen were al
most Baked alive by the steam, and two or three of
the hands died in about two hours after the explo
sion. The first engineer and clerk were not much
hurt. The forward deck and upper works were al
most blown to atoms, but the survivors, wounded
and all, remained with the wreck till late in the af
ternoon, when a steamship came along, took them
off, and carried them back to New Orleans. The
boat, which was a valuable one, is probably a total
loss.—St. Levis Union.
VULGARITY or Marv.—Nlan is self-inclined to
give binvself up to the common pursuits. The
becomes so dulled to impressions of the beau
and perfect, that one should take all possible coo
to 'wake° one's perceptive faculties to such obi
—for no one can eutirely dispense with these pi
nres; and it is only being accustomed to the a,
mini of anything good, that causes many mi
find plossares in tasteless and trivial objects, a
have no recommendation but, that of novelty.
ought over, day to bear • little song, to road
tie psouy, to me a good pietism aR4 if poreible
soy a f.* reosonsble venison-dispel/ie.
On the waters or the
year, 1862,'from s -de
, -the ;St. Lluis Intelli
komber of accidents re
slisking of the ves-
Tmr•lur:ANT:ir 'the pa tiete of"ltE
, ',pmt rapliers,": in pretending to be infoirmetloflhe
4rairs of the dead, states that Napoleon and Wel
lington are.quarrelling about the affair at Water4n4.&•
This r-bould teach people to eet through with theft
lighting and quarrelling before lea.in2 this world.
Go the 25th hijt . by Rey.. J. H. Wholion, Mr. A.
J. Kst.so and Alifi MARIA L. Folds. both of thi• city.
Ors the 2.5 th by Rev. J. W. I.,4vre. Mr. ISAAC 13KR00-111T
sod seas Cusstrjr A. Low, both of Erie.
Is 1110rthville. Chauttaque Co.. N. Y nn tFe 13th..
by tit. Rev. Wm Nutting. Mr. Amos A. Winn) tie Miss
PARRICLIA FLARDA4. both of that pinee.
On the 19th inst in Waterford. 1w Wm. Dobson. E.q
Mr. CHARLES G Ismsn and Miss MARGARET H. Joan
sus. /if Le Banff to nsbip.
On'the same day. by the memo. Mr. C►t.rs Jou!nog.
or Jefferson. Ohib. and Miss MART ASII GILLKO. ►r
Oa the morning of the. 9111 inst.. et the residente of
her son. Julia Wheaton. in Kingsville Ohs.. Mrs RUTH
Wunaron. 88 vesire of age. and fur thirty Ova voids a
resident of Miller irk townships.
- - .
, 1 ; e Meal to Lot.
9 R6 HALL now copied by th e Independent Order of Odd
.L Felkiws will be et. bad poope•sion give!) on the tint oi A pril
neg. lb* Mont twOotalitta being about to remote to somber
Hall. - 4PPIY to
W. G. Alt ttl'Cli.LE, 1 Trustees.
j ~. WM. BUY E.
Ene. Jae. ft, 1611—tf37.
Be Ifor Sa7p - i - ar. Ohins, Bandin Men Islands sad
Ivan ril PACIFIC OCEAN.
fXrAIIITED for Go' vernment employ. n large miniher of Prot
YV sues. ordinary, Stamen, and a few Blacksmiths and' ear-
Illerealed wares-inset!. For Information - apply to DA
VID c. 11. Steamer Nlielitgatt, Cm Pa.
Jan tt 1833, 37
Sunbury and Erie Rail Road Sompany.
mrenna of the Stockholders of the Company will
T be held at their office. Girard building.. Tturd rt., Fhliadel
phia. on Monday the 14th of February. A. D. IP= at In A. M.—
At which time theta will also be an election for Fre.4.lent and
Mltinierd• The Polls will be open from lo A. M. to 4 o'clock P.
M. Jan. 21'.33-37. CRAIG BIDDLE, s'ec't.
NOTIOXI TO MILLINERIII.
THE suhseri..er, *whin; to retire from business, now offer.
For sale at OUST, her entire stock of Milhrtery Moods. Fu
tures. Sic., tardier with it Intel lured Lease of the premises she
occupies, of three ) . ears from the first LI April next. at the low
price of 6110 !wr )car. The ;....icsls arc all new and of the first
'Wes. My present cacti amounts to Fifteen . 4 7,,
Thousand Doll.irs p.l
.s, ar. The credit of the r.,...' - ''''
shop is of the highest order—Gittires all complete
' house room plenty. The prc.o I uppost it li it) for a person n itti a
moderate capital. wislitim to ctiga.ie in the %Omer) bootie ' s
seldom offers. WWI a cool custom :dread) ',relied. the slsup ti
' extensively and f.tw0r.01.1., I,siou it, the mtb.tertriEr harsiig GiCell
pied the premises as aMill 1 n r shop fur the last ten tears. Pos
session ItiVCOMC Grill of April nest Fur Lather plrheulars en.
quire of the subscriber on the premises, corner of fftate and Filth
streets. Frit. Pa
Also. for sale a new improved machine for pressing Moons.
1 will norr retail goods at cost Mr ready pay mild Me 1.10 of
March. if aot chow:wed of by thot time t shah CO/11411ne hu.ioeva
a, usual. Lathes. tit.* is the time to buy cheap. Elea.? give rue
a tall. Erie. Jan. IN Ist.i EY r rid
YAssre. Potith'ern and Clinton corn Sheller*. Just received
, and for sate by Jan. dd RK t MeCARTLK.
ens, Cared Hams. ---
A LARGE lot of ley nice Sugar Cured on Ir nd , and for
/1. sale by J tl.ll-37 CLARK & Met AR rk.x.
1 ooo L.R. 4sa l t 4 : n e vd ? - 1 41 7 5 11.711 1 in. 1. 37e . a panel
100 HALF Rbilir No I inspected White Fish far attic by
Jan *4 1b54-47 CLARK & MeCA WEER.
NEW YORK i'ITY ONCE COMPANY!
OF TUE CITY oF , KW YORK.
mos Itampany hr ven viiirg complied wi th Me in...mime loot.
.1 Or th e common Ith or Penn.. is now ready Iv esfec t
ranee against tare or damage by Fire oil b iildiiigs and their coil.
tents in this City slid the adjoining Gantry. Also. eargoe. on
sail timers, swain and canal boats. and It a lroads, at the custom
The ample Capital and hush character of this Company claims
tbe confidence of the Public. and 4 liberal patronage Is rtspect
retats liberal and, all losses promptly adkisted and paid at this
°eke. JAMES C. Gllthd Agent.
Office over J. 11.. a lin n isons 1160 k Stole.
Wanted. two or. three energetic intro to examine risks In the
country and send applications to this uffsze.
Jan V 1 0 ..11 '
Nottee ts heretiyirieen that betters of administration hare been
- granted on the/vials of ROIVRI G. Jackson. sate of Counenot
township. Erie county, dereated All persons baring claims
against said estate wid present them duly authenticated
tit settlement, nnd'a 11 persons indebted to said estate are hereby
notified to make payment without delay. Ws. t'uai
Jan. IVXI-11(17.4 Administrator.
FUK iIENT--Wittt immediate ituwerwton, a new home on lilt
at.. also 3 Imo-ea on Ith poweision itit eta thst of Ann.!.
also ass rooms to lrj, iwriire of .I.m. tI 37 It. S.
•F. 0 , 31 pay the inarket.priec in (Jukorn. Wont.' like
SW :Awls (141 it ercii 1.10 Pip :2-L7 triso.iskil-arts.
UZI= u V ALI
1111 AVE removetl my mock of Cloekw. IVateher. Jetretrr rod
Fancy goods. tiro doors'alsove the stand lately occupied by
Laconia k Assatits. %Volliatna' Block. n here 1 .hall he pleated
to me my old and slew friend. and at cud to lb, v vi ants a. U-ull.
',Kinn my 'sincere shanks so there tt ho hat e farmed Inc with
their patronar,n and shall ende. - .vor to etch titytti dirt r confidence
and support tVirlssisif to reduce slir prr. (it slct . kr of Goode to
snake room for the bets it, she 'putt,. w ill g.ve onus ,at h swifts
below pewee to any in want of arils-les in 111, lisle. Silver cpcons
•401 Jewelry on hamd or made to order. Clock. and 11'atelses re•
Mired Eneatfnptnatnysglratrhorlnnttrrandin s‘ orLumn
like manner. Err. Jan. 13'53-18 1110:v. M. ArSTIN.
N. P.—Those lid< hied to the late firm of G. Loomis &
mwtmtke iiutuediitte pe)ment—lonaer indulgence cannot begiv
ell: The Looks for the present eau be found iu my hands.
nitOK F. lido the; enclosure' of Ti.ov. Todd. on the 11th of Nov.
1 , one) earring Sicer.apotted red and white. the *heti knocked
of one INCH'S; the 011ibef a white ) e3r l ill !leder, no artificial marks.
The owner or owner arc requested to come. prove properly, pay
chary", end take theta away. THOMAS TIM , .
Worth East, Jan. j IS. 1 1
LIGHI' ! LIGHT ! ! LIGHT ! !!
NEWLY DIZCOVERLD CAPAION
YB or the greaic•t discos eri a of the age. which we do not
V hesitate to at the elll A P FisT mean• of artihe tat
Huth ever yet presented, producing a (;001) I.IGh T
For less than one quarter of a Cent per Boar,
and gives the SOF7"ES7. PURE :.T. dad sirdt
LIGHT ever yet produced t y lamp and at OAL TUC:JIM the
NOR CAN TT RE EXPLODED.
whew nhe mutating of the u telt is stalleient for a month. and a
wick will last a >ear. an does the steadiness of the, light
decrease as long as there a sittrc tent oil in the lamp to keep the
wick utowt—it wal born tenger than Lard 0.1, and will nut con
geal in the colder". weather. and the price a only etglity rcten
and a•lialf cents per gallon—to le u•rd nt Mid Lamps.
Lrie. Jan. El lha3 J. il. IlClat &
11161111 every holy a very hviipy Christina. , and merry Yew
Years, and if they w dl rail on um at our Store. we will do
all we ran to wake aim .o. Pleare An't all eorne at yam'
Dee. 9;4—IL ; SocicroN t FULLER.
SCSIOO'L BOOss AlorD t3'TATIONEIRT.
AsEIV supply of reboot Omar , just re-eired nt No./ Brown's
Block. embracing alnicst every variety used in the Schools
of this country. viz :
brGuffeys' geaders and Speller.
!thunders' do do
Town' Co do
Clark's. Kt rkhrgru'o. and Welts Grammars..
entith,s, Stoddard's. Colburn's !Ind Adams' Arithme
Mitchell's. Olney's. Prtiith's and Goodrich's Ge•graphies.
Best Writing Bodts and Writing Paper. Ink. Pens and Ten-
Holders, together with many other articles used to tenth the
ming idea hots io shoot." DL LIN & SLOAN
Km, Dee. le i 24 re •
P rt Mantas and Wallots•
ANEW and tientstifnl supply of thofeelerant Pon Monies and
Wallets. ittit n.ealred and 1k..1 sale at No. 0 Itrown'a Hotel.
Erie Dee. IS. 11 31. I)URLiN & 01,0 AV •
20 88 - Ls. Mitplason, also 16 bus. mew - at — Vs best Honey Syrup
for sale bL Nov. 6-211 strasarry & Gasy.
TILE DOCKS. coveting Three Water Lots. together
with the large, Ware House, 100 by 40 fret. now occu
pied by Walker & Tibbobi. For terms, tipple to
Erie. Dec• GEO. W. STARR.
Attraction at Rot ensweig C 0.%
CHEAP CLOTHINt; STORE,
Writers Block, Slats sired. Erie. Pa.
TProprietors of tilts estat.lishtnent , beg leave to announce
that they have now on band a Irrge varied and elegant na
PALL AND WINTER OLOTRING.
To which they invite the attention of the public. eotstident that
in style and finish it cannot be excelled. our stock consists in
pert of the Ibilovring. tls a Dress and Frock Coats. Sacks and
half Sacks of cloths. earsimeres and tweed.. all of new style and
at very low priXes. Overseeks and Hantrips of black, brown.
blue and drab Beaver Felt, Pilot and Flushing Cloths.
VESTS! VESTS!! VESTS!!!
A rich and most beautiful assortment ever offered. Satin Watt
and fancy Bilks. Merino, Valentia. naltan Cloth. Batmen. dou
hie and single breasted of every variety of material and pattern.
Under Shins aad Drawers of every description.
Consisting of Boys and Youths' Sack. Croak aed Body Coate.
Over Coats. Pants and Vests of all sizes and qualities and at
very low prier*. .
BAT NTATF.ShawIs thee per than the chsvepesi at
oat 9 1e39-49 - G. ti:LIEN k SON',.
~YAKEDUP LAST'! !
TilCold firm of Vincent, tliwrod itto., having been demi:dyed
a• on the first of March last, a now Partnership has been en.
tered Into between the subscribers under the same name, to take
erect from that date. they therefore pettily the public and " all
the rest of mankind." that henceforth our mono shell he Cash
prices and prompt payment. At our store may be kamil a large
and well selected stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware.
Crockery, and Tin ware, and at onr Foundry almost esery va
riety of Machine castings from a Swam Engine to a sleigh shoe.
Our Milt gearing being proverbially superior. As kir Stone we
can't he heat in quality or price, not up Oireet leer krOW 0, oar
kemone and Lion are favorably known and our new Farmers
Favorite giv the kitchen and lady Franklin and Severe for the
parlorthrow art others in the shade, Nensember flunk priau wed
DAVID fl I MROD.
Beauty vs Beauty 11 JOHN q. virtrworr.
HERE is much In Nature beatiiiNl. but ono has examined ' t i t an_ 94 . DAVID PIIIRK.
.e. , the rich sad beauti rut article" at Stockton & Fuller's. tti) 4 11,, B.—Those i n d e b te d to t h e o ld Firm are notifi e d to ca ll 'h e
admit that Art LID, if not excel, yet closely Wilfrro.r p a y up and that wan.
beauties of Nature.
"A Word to the wise JP'S , icnt."
pen ht iJI. 111. Admission free. Dee. 93 -AL
Pine white flh Ins of Linen and ('olton. ofthe newest stl Its and
make. fancy cheek. hickory and blue striped Shirts of ever)
kind. In Met, yos will find every article in out line at No. I.
Wright's Block. Call and examine quality and prices. •
Oct 16 1632.
31A2.2 1 E1R'111 MAGAZINE!.
A LA BCE 'limply of Harper's New 31onibly Matsui oe. Just re
eeivedd at No. O. Brown's Hotel. This is the 2nd number of
the new volume. and Is one of the best ever issued
>rreJan.l-34 1.(111.1N & til kN-.
Great Salo of Dry Goods!
Oa New York Store. No. 6. Boassil Block.
NT Cashmeres arid Dila' neg. vronh 311 and nivrflind
.4 acid 20 ats. a.Dxxi detainee for 1'24 a. con be bought
auy other .tare. elegant Cashmere Long Ott-Iris wnnh
be saki for s PI, rieviot bilks ibt party and 'toot dresses
assoehnent of black Silks ever brought to this warzet.
dared Collars ftorntli eta. to Irli-10,1011yarel Print. Ite4
Ilaaaela, bleached vapors. he., all ot which are slow 01-
'few rork cost Porebaaera of Dry Amide
will mire SO
to their parr-bares by tallies at Ws New Tea. pas.
Dire .ID —sO.jinr4llKX 6 DAYII.
NEW BOOKS -
ILTOT risee film eutwoces— • . • • •
"'" 'fieteresigilt: retetiburn—prictticents. .
.Btocx ot I.ifn tbe btuu•—kr we'd tette.
Vourinee 0(011144a I.ltc—prief!
The tl.truewl YJlUlV—priee 111 .101.
reiFliu.l. 1833. - elt.OA 31.
_ _ .
C \uI.Y two year. liavtut (slapped since ilk. litn , leen of r•
lr Attosekleeloiieil. rrea.u. compels nor lbw in) alist111)111Ctil
mom be mode, Tb..e iuwresiei.l wiu ri.ea.ae re it their inane'
ditto attention. Jan. AKNUEXILE.
WINES AND LIQUORS,
?VIM AND 17NADIILTN2ATZID;
Ipu Wines anti adutterited Liquors. niches are too gen
emits sOid by Hawker. and Pedlar, and those Istpidt lug them.
furaish the stock in trade of most of the Maine lan, advocates—
heuee to Mop their niontlui, and at the same tune to enable those
using the critter." to get a pure article. the rubsersber has laid
In a stock of
Wises aad Liquors,
which he confidently lasUrell the public areas PURE AND C.Y.
ADULTERATE/las purity 'melt In the stock u.ay be found
usard, unit e d Proprietors, Pellevoisin and Brignetie Brandies:
Champagne. Old fort Juice. ,berry, Madeira. Mrilagi and flares
Wises s reach. /flan. Mouting dicta and (Phi° Whiskey : &Wet
Ate. London Porter. ikc all of which will be sold aP cheap.
it 001 nlittle cheaper, than any Giber e: tab irlittient in the city.
brie, Jan . IS 1?1.1-46
T. %V. MuOk
W AITER Strainid and bleached Elephant cid at
Erie Nov. SO Ica
J. H. HURTON St. etre'.
A • t. tame assortment PHs reset cJ direct from the /7/31111rael•
ory an sale usually low.
Erie. Dee. 4_3 Cc°, SEI.DEN t SON.
NO 3. PERR Y BLOCK.
AL.RBUCKLF. & KEPLFJt are now receiving their Winter
Ll tteik of &aide and Faucy Dry Good., consisting la pert of
the following goods.
French and lenglish Merinoes. Par:traumas. black and colored
Alspacia. Bombazines, plain and tigsred Persian Cloths. plain
and figured De I.auns. plan and tl;ureil Velvets; Bay Mate. &s
-pire. Watervlie , and 44 , 0tehlong and square shawls; Merri ruar
(.sseheeo. [runnel. Globe, Allen's. Union French and eng/i.h
Prima; Bilk. Cashineve and Cotton Hosiery; K id Merino, 'nail
and Silk Gloves, Silk and Linen Mkt.: Velvet, Bonne(. Satin
and Tatlitta R ibboas p'aid.striped. hook, ttw 'poi, spot and mull
Muslin,. French worked L'uder.leever, ildk fs. Collars. Inserting
and Edgings. For
_Mele, -wear, liroad Cloth, Cassitnere, ,
Twirds.Sat Kentucky nit and sheens Grey, also, a good
guripirof red and white Flannels. Undershirts and Drawer..
t OWE:41103 —l6. 41. 5-1. 10-4 and 144 blcacned Shirtings
and Slheetings,- hrown Shiietings and Drillings. semi.... Rau.,
brown and red Canton Flannel..Tickinet. striped shirting...cot
ton Flannel., cotton yarn, Carpet warn.. batting. wicking.,
wadding,. ele..at piers a• hanv a. can b.' found in the City. All
we a.k of those wish, ne to iiiiy 1. an etainination of our goods
and prices, and w e shall be satisfied with the result.
Erie Dee. 4 IE4I. ,70
Ntir AND TREBEL 011001311Ille:
TIIE CiIEAPES'T PLACE IN TOWN !
Is at Moore's.
%topaz tr.As fern receiving sore new Groceries, and
• • uttu•r •• tixi I bt,ut useful and ()unmet fah all of w Mgt
e ;ela n onti,lent roll m u ch cheaper than any othis neighbors.
greatur mall As the proof or,ln pudding Is in the eating. come
and try You will find Teas " that mike pleasant fat ftlies."
Correes, Sugars, ( - ciltioli. Mackerel, srot rec Molaiuts, " sour Yin.
egar," Tobacco. l'ipt w, %liolard.Saleratus. Pork. Deans. flutter.
Cheese. !lairs and Table r‘a't. Also, a gxd tarictynf Woolen
and Willow tVare.% ltroonio. Grass and Jute Mats. Wag
ons. Cradles, Path , . Tubs, Waohlaaarilo, Ac. Also. a well Pe
lee:lNi and general varlet) of " taoty Confectionary." foreign amd
natit e iru its and nuts, and an eirrint "troupe of fancy Toys."
i Cash paid fur nwter. Cos. Cheese. Lard; Beans. Hams
rorrPoia tees. A ppies.&c. T. W. NIIJOR
Erse. Dee. t P,1.32. 31
Received this dm,. by railroad, Iron Cl , ekv. Pearl
inlaid, new • ry te,rl WOW beautiful article. for the rarlor • very
cheap. Jan. 13-36. T. M. AU:ars. pmfle tiros n'a Hotel,
Bt ir,PPEI and Shoes of all Je.e ritniona clovint out s ithout 8-Prof.
it. Cali and see et Jan. 13-34. SENNETT & Co..'
1%1 CF cfrer for sale a tot of real I.t nz :Ind other Muir , .
at pri me eori to :et out of the Main rte a. I 'all and tel at
Eric. Jan IS l' .:—:.i. sr.N N ETT &
Dotoe,tie ks for sale below pi r at
j,, n 131,14_41,1 St II T & CO.O
- Cheering to the Ladies. and Tneresting to All:
11,/ N neToN. N0...1. Wright's block. dtate-street.
Casa ka... Yam. jaw" sers...mi a .apply QS very Asa ism. ,
cies in the line of
LADIES' AND MISSES' SHOES
Amnng them are vi bite satin stir... white Kid do, bronzed
embroidered do., fancy silk ; m ttrr and t :tritium other 4111( . 441 of
similar character, as also the sum.tautial articles needed by all
fur every day use.
For Gents near of Soot'', Shoes, Gaiters Ike . the: r rariet) tub
peat it would he sumrduous to specify. Suffice it to Far their
stock is more extenoit e and complete than ever hefore.a nil what
is /motor ail far their eultotatbri, pm ices well suited U their de
sire,. They will endeavor to manifest a more tviirtliv PreCl:''
tiOrt of the public need Fir abstaining front the use of Wow state
common place exprersiens resorted to by some. represent
tag their Goods cheaper than other,t, and permit them to dabble
uensoierted in their own dirty puddle. while W t N. will midea•
rot by their practice to etre uIIMISLI-kable 1.1111 , / Fa nem that their
faciiiiteit rot prOettritirit lie hest of work a t the lowest po•sibuepri
cer cannot be so rpatrocii, and urobably hi fir from being equalled
by even the most pretenders. I , elay not to oieenre the
adrantageseriot ng (rein an early re'eet ion. I;er 43 1631,-.TI
ADLGEWTTR by the It “1,
flee Tt. P-52
Alin- Vara arc 3nst
BRINGING us a full Dapple cf fresh grwertes, consi tuna of
sugars. syrups. molasses, teas. coffee. No. 1 mess mackerel
fit barrels, half barrels. etAlith, and kilts: also. pi kled herring,
white-li•h by the barrel and h tlf hlrf,.l, eu.tho, i r ritinatity to
suit purebarrer. 'perm. elephant, tar I and laraseed oil. white
lead, red lead. lithraer. vermillion red. chrome yellow, chrome
vreu. =Woe. asphaltion. lampblack. # e.. /se.
By this *Meal are Ist reecipt of fresh fa Isl no In holes and
half boxes, fir. nerlelt plumbs. prunes, almonds, !Übe rte. green
otte find Brasil nuts, prekled Sardines. &e.: also, a large gain
tit) of Woodeu and s% illow hare, cedar and iwitard wan/0
p 'tent pails willow wagons, nt oket baskets, sireir boars. Ste
also. semi, sperm, pearl, it.ar, steritie Slid CIMeIII that! tallow ran
iiks. C01'214'10) un !hind 11) the barrel, dont., fish, saltauriClay
pool whiskey and a general ay.. )11111ellt of liquors
.81 Er;l:h tic KELSEY,
Jan. I '53-31. • No. 4 Wright' Block Erie, pa.
Waterford DiApatell I,;e:Ae. copy.
i vr °Tic c h,reby i t•tn that letters of Adtuittirtration hive
hcea granted on the estate of (nit er Janes, of North Kam
townsbro. deed. All perions indebted to said estate are hereby
notthed to wake pa , mint withoot delay, and all persons having
chinas against sat I e tate 14 11 1 please present iheta dolly atnhen
teated lot settletnety. - I:MILY
Jan. '53-6t3l` If JA N ''" °'ls "
T. M. A
Erie at Waterford Flank Road Notice!
A T a merlin: of the Frerideni and Manaerrs of the Erie and
rt. Waterford Plank Hood Company-, ltee. iFtw. it was cc
solved that a semi-annual dividend of four per rent be declared
on the otoek payable on and after (lie firm day of February next.
at the office of OP trett•Arer. JUN .11 GUNNISON.
Jan. I '3l-3tS3
:lee. and Treat,.
A tIPLEN 011)1.r finivlicl Seraphim., with th- best tone ever
f.liind in a similar I iivtritnient u ith a supply of Metodiatrv.
Just !recited at ilteestril.lirbrucut of
Erie Der. 13
. . WM. WILLING.
Notice to -Clothiers.
(Am suitable for creat ing Wool: also, lubricating oil for areas
int MAC foi! Pllie low by C• 111 Ca &
NIFAV and oplendid one hor.e carriages for ea'e nt brag-tins.
0.1 Enquire of flee. 1.. , 31 13. ! . .7A !Art:Lt. ni:NN F 717.
T T NTION AI.I. !
TIIE gubscriber begs le-ivs to Warm his friends and old mi.
tom .t.s. (as well as tots of new Otte...) that be has opened a
grocery on the corner of sltnie and t-t:i streets. (one door below
Ribfet& ltryes ware room.) where he keeps an assortment of
such articles as are found in such an establishment, My stock
Consists in part of 'Pea. Coffee. Sugar, Tol•acco, Lamp Mo
lasser.Cider, Vinegar. White Cod Fish, Pepper.Alopiee,
Ginger. Nutmeg•, (.'lo•es. Indigo, Pear) towel). Corn sitarch for
Puddings. Harkee's Baking Powder. Candies, Bar Soap, ezhay
ing do, Crackers, Pala biscuit, apples. oats, common wooden
ware, stone ware. dour, &c., to numerous to mention, all of
which 1 will 6.01:1.0e:1p as others for cash or ready pay. The
tsiblie are respectfully invited to call and elatrune quality and
prices. Itec. A7.1101:0FF.
PETER LORILLARD, IILANUPACTURER,
No. 42 Chatham Bt., New York.
( )TFERS for isle the fol lon int! articles.is - arrunted of superior
quality-31accal.o.„ :Jew li. Coupe French. Puppet.. and
other Fine rut Tobacco in lin foil and paper.. A
more particular d-ic ription uf ilie aribtis articles eau I.e known
try sending fora full prieccurrent/16 above.
.1 di. 13 1931. '3lOl
'InVO KXPERIENCE-111704 )Ks — one pastry and the o th er meal
• —are wanted at Brown's licart. to whom Rid wages and eon
etantemplgwentsitlbegicea. Middle aged woman preferred.
If from a dl;t.ince.addrc.r. _ H. L. DROWN, Erie.
Jan 13 1533 306
1853 J. R. GUNNISON. 1853
Dearra In Boob , . Stationf•ry, 31pnth'y irtziner. Meg, rubli
cartons, Sheet Muir.New.plperx v uold Pens. Pocket Cutleri
le.,Fir•W door west of the Reed Soup, Este. l'a.
A USTIN has Just brotight from New York splendid ankles of
/ 1 - Winches , . Jewel rY• Vane! , Goods a lid To) s, where lNd nnJ
Young tan find something appropriate to the taste and pocket
Just about tbese days. A call is respectfully -"Welted, opporrius
LI rownl• Hotel. Rate street.
Erie. Dee. S 3. 1.551 —33 -
PEPPER. spice. Nutmeg. Cloves. Mustard. Citrult.l24f Far
'lna. Gellatin and a thousand articles too nunaenatis to enu.
'aerate which please call and mating prices and quality at
Erie N0v.13 1532 -41 STERB27I' & GRArtyCheapslJe.
' RE:4OII and English Merinoes. Mohair dretaloods
paCail at a very low figure at fig G. yeumvi & gem's.
117 ST received, And now open for Inipeeilon of the public a
lame and wort desirable selection of Fall and Winter dm.
pod., which we are determiaed to dispose of at very low rata,.
oor motto being small profit* and quick Yogi are reipeet•
tilt) Inv lied to nail and we oar stock armada before Krehbeibi
eisewbeta. GEO. 8t LAQr &pole
&kr Oct f 1832-Irl No. f Tracy's Sleet Obeapaida.
MILD bunts Clause is coming in the stripe of Nuts. Raisins
NY and itlt kinds of Canting that ibe bean could Matt ibr 3 t
Ike. IS. —SI. tinr re.
G • AT BARGAIN •I
/0 Pea. Si 1f14 61 31 1de aliiiro,cirzr.LTT,
-40.--41111r.11 V ase as -6,1! 6.T, a IL
pus millat*en, would itabrio the eta tares or Ole arty and N. chitty Magary have rote as bend a si , l are daily receiv ins
by express large too of gone fine
pot Inkentollicif ter CAllltlb use In large and stuslleans. 'radiator
who Italie seed thew tt to uttuireassar) to give f ballet !MU
that are have thew on baud: but to theme wh., hive ant been Kt
t Innate. we would oar trim l Icy are supera , ir to any o)weris in
the utatltet. If you don't believe It give us a tall and we will
coustuee yen of traelact Fur further partlettlrr. call at
CLARK. & SIeCAILT /Rs. State street.
P. P.- Orders front si eeou ntry >wllcitcd and prouipti, attended
to rale Ike. 1 la:. 3o
• , eOI"I'AGE INK."
ANEW rupplyof 'hit Mama Ink, known at the Cottatt Ink,
Just the thing far &haul purpose*, p. 4 up in Wine trial's. for
!ale it NO. S. Brown'. Haiti. Ixe.4 DU11.114 & Bi,t)AN.
THE thiSseribers will ray Cash and make contracts for the
coming season. lb? the following descriptiem of Lam be/
Whiten ood boards 3-13 and 4-4 inches thick. Plank I 3.4 nod 3
inches think. &sailing 3 by 4 and 4 lir 4 Square. Coign.' 3-3.8 e.
7-7. 9-9. 10-tn and 13-lt Square, Sycamore Board. &Sand 4-4
inch thick, Ash Boards and Plank from I to 4 Inches thick. Cher.
ry Boards. Peantl ing and Colum. White Oak Boards and Plank.
Whitewool Sycamore and Cherry Limber should be VI fret long,
Ash from 11to Street loat. tJEO. BELDEN & 80N.
Erie Dee. 4 le3l. 30
sett Sr Co's front Loretta* p..r yard upwirds
Erie Dec. 4 3(1
AGeneral arsortmentOf Dry Goods fur sale on reasonable
(erne. tly nee. 1-10 G. EIGLDIKK & IRYN.
rjlllll l der received two groan of Purnaes'e Patent fletf-edjoin.
1 in: Curtain attuars.alsoa .od assortment of Cord and TOW
self. - Erie Dee. 4-10 UFret REM).
Knives at the Cheap Hardware dune.
Ctle Dee. 4 —3J Burt:Bß ryn
ItEl.l.B:Zlhan't buyLINO you have seen the afterro
inettl and a.eertsi nett the prices at the Cheap thrdware mare
Erie Dec. 4-30 Rt:F•Vs
••BETTER LA'rF. THAN NEVER."
Ttl f: Subscribers arc now offering to the public a Reneral and
• well selected stock of Dry iootlt. Graceriel.. Crockery. Boots
and lakes, Cloths. Cassimeres and VC.' I nais all of wnieh will be
sold as low as ataxy store in &icier Casa or ready pay.
I'cc 4 163.1-10 SENA ETT CO.
fr:F.TINGS. in anomie' , to suit pinch:wen. al the
store in the Sennett Mock, at prices whieh erinnot fail to
please. Ike 4-30 FIENNF.TT ar Co.
SAFE INVESTMENT AND NO iiumnrc.
r E plate to purchase Groeerits.lVooden and Willow Ware.
1 Wines and Liquors. Oil., Soap, Candies, Fish. Candies,
Fruit&e.. it at MOOR F:'l4 Grocery Stow,
Erie Ihm. C Opposite Brown's New Hotel State Ft.
T DAVE on handthebeet ageortinent of Limon ilia city,
1 from the herr Ergrainee down io ?I rent Whiskey.
Erie Dee. 4 IFfrs--30 7'. W. MOOIZE.Ptnie Pt-
Miceli/a' sham Way e.
A I. tßnEasportment Just rceel%e..l and for gale by
II &or. Dee 3- 3a T. %V. MOORE,
A 'LA RG F: assortment of the above ware consisting in pared*
Tabs, Churns. nutter Ladles. Prints. *leak Mauls.
ft poons, PIIIO, rotlloe Mashers Lemon Squesmers. Fan
e its Towel it ollsrs. Slips loxes, Mop Sticks. Clothes Pins. 811.
Covers. Nleasuret. Axe [lrises. Keeler,. Bobby Horses. Bread
TTSIVP.RiIk Swifts. mc.. etc.. y found al MOOR L'd
Brie 1)-c 4 18.11.3 u opposite Brown's 'New !loud state rt.
New Clothing. Establiskmeat.
Tun subscribers have connected with their ftOfe large iitnek
of ready made clothing. of haute nil nufacture. to which Ine7
wcuild call the attention critic isthtie. their stock consists in part
of Frock. Dies,. tanck and over sack Coats. Pants and Ve,ta in
endless variety. all made of the hest material, with IStaish and style
unsurpassed and rice's° law as to astonish the beholder Ptease
call and examine for yourselves.
Erie. Dec. 4 1832-30. VINCENT !MIRO!) & CO.
AN abundance of tine Silver Ware on hand of his own •nd
Easter', manufacture Silver Spoons. Ladles, Sugar Tongs
ani Scoops and other Silver Work made to order.
,graving donein Puperior sr% le. Corporation nod SiOe ie•
tv Seals engraved and die pinking done equal to any in Eastern
cities Nov. 27 ti.1.51-2a. G. WOMIS.
T4,N Ili LAS; oil. Lard cut and Neatsfoot nil by
Eric Dee, 19-21, CARTER Jr. BROTfiER.
A. --- IiARGE and varied a.sonntent of Truraes. embraema all
the late improved Patterns. flitted to all ages and sizes and
will Ia• properly fitted if required without extra e harp., shoillilr
braces and supporters of various Sind, all of It bleb will he sold
at Ices than New York re•atl priers, to all who may want any of
the above articles we say it will be much to your inrerest to call
before buyingelsew here. nee 411359-3 u r. HALL.
19511 Nl7llO/428 ALE AND ENZ'AIL. 31153
,(tvich See, aid small Preifte The City Drug , Store is fsllhteae!
r Bubserilier returns thanks to his numerous cm/miner.: for
the liberal patronage received, and trusts from the great in
ducements now otrereJ it will be continued and increased lie
has lust rereived from head quarters a large supply of a'.l articles
in his tune of trade, bought at tho lost est prices and of excellent
quality. warranted good and offers to supply his customers
the tno.t liberal terms All are invited to call and examine he
fo.e buying elsewhere a. great ch.:n•es are off , red firbnyin;
gOO , l articles at low prices. P. 11.1f.L.
Erie, Nov. 27 lssl Zp
97 w Hooks: New Hooke!
ri A N he had at Dustin titonn'a. No. 11 . Brown's 810ck—
‘.../ *elitism %telt fem. or The CAMIII: Mau,
Kathkr, a cruise u. the China Seas,
garden Walks a ith the Poets.
A New Ent:land Ta'e.
Rseotlee t ions of a New-rmeand Bride. and era southern Mat
notelet. fir Youth,
Book or Snobs.
And a senssal assortment *revery thins in the Donk Ilne.
- Erse. Nov. rt.
irsT iturnivr.r) at No. It. brown's llMet, the following
new and readable Souks, any one of which ena - be had fi.l
it cents— •
A Book for a Corner. new series. -
Table Talk about Bonk,. Men and Manners. -
rdiele Pass. or Lift on the Border ?
Whims and Witmer , . by flood.
Mune and Social Philosophy, td cries.
Walks and Talks of an American Fareter In England. 2.4 set lea.
:Sicily, II V llgrituage.
N0v.47. Left. DURLIN k SLOAN.
loGw,)outtou mt. in Iddcr. Omit*. nie 7 wheiii.eofipera
I tartar. entrant of logwood. cochineal. tin wawa.. eatnarood.
i n d i go and rvery other variety of dye snil6 required. felling
holesale and retail at the lox en possible figury at the city drug
store. state st Krie lire. 4-3 d. P. HALL
llomothiag to stir np the People: -
WE arckilt in receipt by "Kastion's Dispatch" of 2 eases,
1.000 yards Madder colored Prints at e., nit Icr yard.
small figures add good styles. colors warranted perfectly fast or
money refunded. ru.tonter. must call early. Alm, I ra, , e,
yards Muslin de Lames, brilliant colors nt.,l design.. nt eent,
per %std. TIIIIIAI.B L HAVF.S.
Erte 11ee.4403,1-33 No. I Brawn's
3laegattt Drees Goods far the- Hollidays I
SELLIAGA7' PRIME LOST.
MIMS g In want of an elezant 14[1k. Cashiiirro. M1no• de La inc
or Merino l'lnms. will do n - clI to enll at the New York store.
where ans article in the Pry Goods line can be [birch:ism, at Now
York east, as the whole stock must he wild limner] sielv.
As' (v.., of (Writ ground flour by the Thlrrt , ll or pound
And I/ be a Sqperlar artiC/C nl Elliot,', 11t1•
FOR - SALE —.% 111014 ig . - WC IfUi N a n o Forte. manufactitreAy
Daniel Gilbert. ofil Jai:in-LW warranted equ.il to any tit tire
will he 01,1 as the Ma ker': , % lauletalt.. price.
- kite., thee. 19 t-St-72. : 4 I'OCK t:
TON & F4I.ER.
r on.is It OTEITar
NEAR TIIE ;.AILROAD DEPOT. PE4tCII ST'. ERIE Pl.
GEORGE W. FOX, I'ROPIUKTOIt.
ins 1101 lie if situate but a fen. steps frnMilse Eastern and
Wes'ern Railroad depots—has Leen treAkly furnished and
fitted up for the accommodation of r... - TRAtNIALItS AND I'HAV.
61.668. and as it pleasant and agreeable astippitigislace is unsur
passed bran.' in the rity. Attached 101 l is a excellent gable
and other accommodations for teannuers nud others from the
country. Parsentrera aim rtargnac carried to and from the Cars
tree of ctrtrge. Charges rearnuat le;
Erie. Dec. I. t 431 -
P D ERFUMERV.—Lulmi',estraeir ofJoeky Club. Iture,Geratn
tear. Patehohlv, Ileityrstnia. Ilelanolin, Violet., Murk, Jr,-
Mitattlers. 14PW mutt-10118y, Jenny IA ;id. Citronelle. Rosa
Mattehale. Verbena. I:ll.nritlP. ColoflUe. Maestro? tin and 41:
Darrow for the Ilan, t' a aclron Aromatise fur sweetening the
Breath, and an 'interwar :uncles for Litils'• and Gent'. TOIICid,
at Erie. Dee. ;A 32 2.11. Lit:Bruit & ctre.
Riot: t A full supply and as cheap en , can be round in
the e ity. to be had it Dee. 11. Aimee - IDA Sr. Krnall.
URRAII FOR CIikISTMAB %ND NEM YEAR:-3 1 101102.
I- ca m+ for,iale at
reeeived, a large supply of French. English- and Arriers
." ean - .Glass. consist ii.g of all the different slats front 7 by g to
31 hy,4l. which is ill be so!d by the box or single light at the very
lowest priers mass cut to any site without extra charge
Zr,e. Nov. 20 1t.32-2 1 3 .1. 11. BURTON it CO.
B OG IVood. Amulet and colored Bracelets. Jun received at_AUSTIN'S.
Erie Aurist7 1°39 13 Opposite Brown's !lota
NOW opening. au extenrive assortment of Guitars.
Areordeons. Butyric Taninorinen. Flutes. Piles. fir t or ev
ery price and quality also. artringifur Guitars. VIOi imiand
lineeflos. of the very best kind,, all very cheap at
Eric Bern 4-17. T M. ArsYries, Opposite Brown's. note n.
eoit SALE VERY LOW.—A large and powerful Teleseopt.
costing in England Twenty Pounds. to be sold fur one hair
its cost—warranted perfect i. every respect. inquire of
Erie Sepi 1-17. T. IL A usi is, opposite Brown's truite-in.
to liGACKelkilTll3.-1 a•u now receiving a heavy- doei of
Inni and Steel of all kind■ and sins, also Ana l's, Vises. Bil
low■, Hoek and flies. Hiedsrs, Hammen. Horse ari es and Nails.
Malahlt Castings. Brass. Hub and sand Bands. ite Ike.., whieb
will be sold at the Jawed flames. TWITS REED.
iN k l OW is the time to lay in a stock of Bookefor these boil win.
1.1 ter evenings—sur h. for moaner, as
Capt E yd. or the Wizard of the Sea Price SO et..
The Prairie Stout. a So.:lance of Border Life " SO ..
Heads and Hearts, or My &rubor ( - Memel .• SO ••
The Swamp Steed, or Ihe Days of Marion " 50 "
The Rifle Rangers—a Story r f Love and Wei " SO "
Cello: N. T. above and Under ground .. gg ..
New Fork by Gas Light .. 55 64
The Hein of Derwent Water .• RI me
Kate Penton, or Life and its Lessons .. IS WI
The Wedding Dress .. 13 ..
The Three Strong Men MI 13 .
Jenny Des er, the Female flights-synths . - ti .4
G lidera,. the Freebooter •• gg .
Gentleman Jack, or Lite on The Road .. fg .
A Life of Viairsitudes—by James . ' is .
The History °Mem Esmond, Esq . .' 61) .
Together within large variety of other cheep and readable
Kooks. DUBLIN & eLoAN.
Erie Dec. 15, Ifsl. No. t. Brown's lintel.
500 DAY Sta's.Etoplte.Watersket gad Masstoo longs od
equate pshitarls. at mien to suit the million.
Et le ?Icy. IS 1831-118 TIMIALA 4 II SYSSI.
.D i t :re z
r . pa nd ir eolorerl 4 Glc;:m 4
Some et AiliftiCillA Authors.
pig Boon etAIMMMse Ambers. tlpf most beemihil Book It,
trfoltatirf. iltetitukilt. sad to MAIN. evit iteitistmodetrot
mewl Item m Ibutets.t's at go. 11.110wors
4W, L Ma Maim le ii" 1134:
L V VI 1111 - z 11.
Chily tarelity,4oe rods rant i !
:111:RRICK & DAVIS,
7.40.15 Booliell Mork. Slane PI retql
Long Winter liveuir frs.
- , -
P•r Ole Cure .4"
HOARSENESS. ERONCILIT/S 1
ASTHMA and CONSUMPTION:
Many years ortriai, instead of impair.ng f t.e puLlic lOtt6dene•
in this medicine, has won for it au appreciation and estate", 41
fnr exceeding the wort sanguive expectations of its blends,.
Nothing but 111 intrinsm %trines and the unmistakable beadle
conferred on tteurand‘ ofsufremrs,eould originate and 101101tiliti
the reputation it enjoys. While many inferior remedies throat
upon theco ninunity, have failed and been discarded, this ban
gninrd friends by et ery trial. conferred benefits on the/1114114
they can never forget, and produced cures too 0493911019 904 140
remarkable to be fur:ottv n
While it is a trawl on the public to pretend that any one Med:.
Leine will infallibly cure—rtill there Is abundant proof that the
Cherry Pectoral dces not only as a general thing, but &UMW 11.
variaLly cure the malidies for which It is employed.
As time makes there facts wider and better known. this Medi.
eine has gradually become the Lest reliance of the afilietelt. Ikea
the log cabin of the tisteriean Peanut, to the palaces of &teepee
an Kings. Throughout this entire country,_ in every state. - eliy.
and indeed tiniest et ery hamlet it eintains. Cherry Peelers! IS_
known as the Lest remedy extant for diseases of the Throat swil
Lungs, and in many foreign countries. it Is coming to be sues;
steely used by their most intelligent physicians. In Great Bri
Lain, France and Germany, where the medical sciences Wm
reached their ht;hest perfection. Cherry Pectoral is Infrelditeed.
and in Constant use in the armies, hospitals. alms house,. Pub.
lie Institutions, rind in domestic practice, as the surest rellillt4,
their atiendine physicians can employ fur the more denerons ars
feetions of the lungs. Also in milder cases, and for children it
Is safe. pleasant and effectual to cure. In fret, some of the most
flittering testimonials we receive have been from parents whin
have found it a reaeioas Incases particularly incidentallo dads
- - .
The Cherry Teeter:ll Is manufactured by a practical Chembea.
and every ounce of it und.•r hlsown eye., with Invariable amnia
ay and care. It Is reale! aad protected by law from awarder
rein!. consequently can ha relied on as crania. without *dotter.
We have endeavored here to furnish the ecromunity Web a .
medicine of such Intrinsic superiority and worth as 16011 lid CON
mend itself to their confidence—, remedy at once ants, speedy}
and effectual. which this has by repotted and countlesswiabli
proved itself to be ; and trust by great care In primate" it welt
chemical accuracy. of uniform strength to afford physicians •
new agent on which they can rely for the best results, tad the"
afflicted with a remely that will 1.) for them all that medlellei
PRERARED AND SoLD RY-JAMF.S C. AVER.
PraeticA and Analytical Cbemita. Lose!. Ni..a
Sold in Erie by J H. Button & in North East by II C.
Town ar. Co.: in Girard by J. A. While; In Craneavilieby ßtd-
Inee Shemin bond by Ilruggisto ever) where. tyl7-3027.
WINEIS. LIQUORS. . .
'IIIrIANI. Groecrte..Pfrkles. Fickeled Oysters..Lotishrrs. Tor
iiel cies, Fruit 3 , 1 , 1 !Nuts. J. G. & W. 1 ri111.1.8. Mo. 3 WO.
.s.n:s Block. opposite IlronM's New lintel. Erie, Pa. Mors
40101setied a New Establishment. s here they are prepare d sell
alt Articles in their local the Loismit prices. at Wholesale aid
Retail. The Stock Consists in part of the following iurticlol,lo
Wines. fringes. Preserved Fruits. Mactarenta.
Liquors, Leuidus„ Verinactilv Sardines.
l'i,esrs, Fier. Plain Pickles, Anchovies %
Porter, Raisins, All'd Vickie,. - tasuoilso.
Ale, Nutt, Pickled Oystcrs. Currants.
Cider. - Cocoa. Pickled Lobsters. Bs 00001.
Cordials, Pines. Pickled Cimnr. ( - mi.. oa. Es Absinth%
WHJSKEI BY THE BARREL.
ALSO—lea. Sugar. Coffee. Molasses. Tobacco. Rice. Grasse!
Spices, Confretiut a r y by the Box. Soda Biscuit. Crackers by the
Barrel. and many other Articles too numerous tomentkot.
IMPOSTEIi CIGARS.—We import our own Cigar*, and ea.
WI better qua' ity of Cigar. .t the same prices than any house is
the c i ty Pure and Genuine twines. Lupiors of every desert..
lion eon.lanile on hand, for Sale: Wholesale at low rates. Al
so—nettled Wii,es and Liquors for Medicinal or other purpose
co hand by the Dozen or Single bottle u Bich are pure.
..IGENCY FOR DUFF.4I.O ALE'—Mnlrms and Gilman &
PartonS Ale, for sale by the barrel. nu Buffalo Price. addisg
iransporiatten. Alva—te:!eiVing iu ill it Eie:ison Oyners io
shell. Reg and Fan. from J . G. .11111 s & CO, of New York. he
`ale IVholesale at Low Prices - .
.1 G. MILLS, New York. % , W. I. lit us. Baltic.
A. C. JACKSON. Agent Erie. Ps.
N. R. Hotels. Ft am Bunts. private Families and Dealers (gri
evant, supplied w th ati articles in our line. at ltuffako
ORDERS from (.7.ty and flirruntliog country respectfully solic
ited. and ne pi dge ourselves that all goods shall be SI MOW.-
to n 'rd.
E ie. may 22. 1P.52
viT NDMV I:l,A33.—The largest asseitutent emu bevegla
WI) tbta city Can be folind at
0et.23 21 CARTER & ROTil ER. No.ll Reed House.
flora z DON'T INTRUZI,XI:I
J. M. .11'STICE
the very literal patronage heretofore emended to him, ar
inform them that he has just recr•Ded the
Largest and Hest Stock of Cloo ) g‘
in his line that has ever teen o:feted in this car. ecemielee et..
CLOTHS, CASSIM ERE'S AND VESTINGS,
the choicest kind, which he will make ilp to(order. Gentle..
men wishing their clothing made to order c yf have their wear
tares taken and clothing male, ant! if not plelicti with them it hen
doh.. they wilt not he asi.eri to take them way. Ml*, on USA
at all timer, a large and well tam arsonnetit of
Of our own manufacture, eonifirtlyz, of Overr:unts of endow
skytcs. Frock. Dress mill Sack i3.....r5; Vest., Shirt,. Stock erit
vat.. Drawers, Undershirts. (Driver, Suspenders, lce., which
wall to sold nt,the vrry lower ricer for CA'3ll. Persons in
;rapt of anything In our liii , are int itc.l to call and essunda
good,. and prices for theme 'es. •
Eric Oct. 23 1E32
More tlf.teft's of the Gash Spawn&
lehritowtiacresa!to' ars only to or sees is Es.' at CLAW 4..
3/ LTC'.i LF' S. Ad. Reed 1/usse.
FRIT:NTIS. Just ail and 100 n at t lir late Cr-A purchases...pad
once morel asterindied. We can do it—that we wtfl.
we pledge cur Inor. We hate just opened 'new st‘ le o( Bro
eade Satins. lks. s 3rd wide Mack the ver) best in sheeny;
French Nltiviniui s. Persian Ttt rllr, Coburghs and the nicest M.
delains'foyis )Cr yard tU f e form 1 West of Sew York; Shawls.,
lone and b miare Itrocha of new designs, Turkerto. Silks, Thibbet
amt PI Ids in great variety. and at prices ro low as to enable us
to laingh nt the del of eonivel.iinn—i inked thev are so low as to
M 114 4. tar 11000/0111 refotse to slor bie:r considerh j It
useless trouble. when they find their customers are coming Bete
bef,re purchasing %Veil. it i. Gent: , .we don't blarue•you--
Shentls to , .ght fur esili will go. whi e your shelves still groan bet.
!tenth the harden of your NIX months purehases.
Frir the Gen is. we have evert thugtier mina r) for an outfit say.
eery ehenp. and for families vie have full supplies of housekeep
ing articles.+t prices that need only to be named to ensure sales.
Friends and eustomers, tic will make these words good. Look
to tour interests, and try us. Erie Nov. 131!'32—f7. _
D aVSTrinimincs and Velvet B,ll.hemp. in great varietyamt
opened at Nor. 20 1111
11.11.8 t HAY .
Cf.OTtiS. Cass' were.', Twcedes.Satinett►nndJeans very low
AL t 9 le5S-22. G. 'al C.1.DE79 is BON'S.
- - -
A NOTH ER large , lot of 11. Collin's warranted axes. this day
I received. Price ei,Ureach. Rt7F,Viil REED.
IL-13 B arrvls Ohio I.tosced Oil. morn rJ and for Fair lOVII
by the barrel or g Mon, at Nov. 4J-t? BURTON'S.
Intntanso Stock of Clothing and Clottail
Take vadif roans No. 7. Re:d noise, bj the Propraelerr, Aed
Nock, irit3 leriest dapete 4.
WINTER CAMPAIGN OPENED.
Having a most mayn't:cent and match'ess assonmeot Oleloth.
trig of it rummest innters3ls acid unexceptionably mil. and
made in the shop (not slop) by experienced workmen in the
best manlier. after full patterns. We do. with perfeeteohlideoet,,
chaileinte a comparison of our goods and prices with those of
any other e.hrnbriaturient hrtwr-ri the city of New York and ea
city of Erie We purchased these goods and made them up to
TliEr mrsT PE SOLD!!
Any man or Arty wi•LGie fora cool. vest or pant*. br soaking
his wants known to me, wilt be nreo•ninnilited with an 'Welt
that will stilt inin —at a Vice that will snit him — ouiy call—tall
—and if you do hot depart a richer and a Lapides toast—say Dstas*
is not Jacob.
Traveling nap. Umbrellas, Start 6 5 1.7 mkt Shiris,and Diswee•
ID , llars. Silk Handkerelliers and Cravats. Gloves, Suspenders.
shims , for money .t No.l, Reed House .
Erie. Nor. tn.
ANOTHER HO AZ' lA.
TilE Suhse (Mery are now receiving a very large stock of Wet
and Dry Groceries front Eastern wit , ' and the Auetica
Room. bought (or Civil) at eztremely tow figures, which are of
fered for sale at a small advance for Woe ready. Those wishing
to avail themselves of an opportunity for buying a stock of good,
iii our line. for a I cry I ante cash, are resito - tfiiiir invited to call
and examine at STERRETT & GRAY'S.
Erie, Nor. 6 lesii 61
Wrapping rap r.
A FIRST RATE article to" Wravfing Paper.lest received as
la for }ale at No V. Kw%ll Hotel
1;•ie. Pee IS. ISII-31
N G HA CIS of ere!) runty And style Irmn 10 ernes togati.
/Or per y ardat Nor 9 99 JACKSON.
1852. PALI. AND WINTER GOODS. 1853,
Al LARGE ASSORTMENT JUAT . RECLIVaI .117'
'Akio a WARREN'S IMP
Nat and Pnrniatang Store, -
No. P. Rums's Nee iihrti. SW* street. Er&
CNtriSTING of all Goods in his line. Oats of every variety ,
of style and quality. made expressly to order for this market,
also a very large stock of Kossuth. ratatlaff es and Carder HIM.
with a variety of Caps for men. yont lig and children of our ~
Amok,. of both. toil. silk. French. Ge - man..
Prussian. Belgian and Mohare Muslin , of vs,.
rious styles mid prices, constantly on hand or
made to order; also. a large stock of arrest o toots an Ladies
Purr. Iloilo. Victor Ines and alottlersnt all styles and prier*, with
ik tame stock of Gents Furnishing Goods, ecnsistitg in pan of
shirts, wrappers. drawers, sclrfs. cravats. handkerthiefb and
collars, (tame ph of the 1 ery best., and so large a stock of
gloves and mittens. a e have not room In enumerate them, with
valises a. d trunks constantly on h..iid of our own manufacture,
shay carpet. ettihose an ! patent leather travelling bag. and um.
brellas. In short, a large and Complete assortment of Fail out*
lliinirr Good., selected and made with the greatest tare SO that
every eirstarner tuuy not (tit to get the " oral or his money.—
Come and see i f these things are not ao. and iiidge rot yourselves.
at Ne P. Brown's New liliJek.
N. n —flats. Caps and truntts repaired or made to order. Red
Buffalo Rohe, lined or other r. 11" work done on the shortest ma
OM Ott. 16 tnilt—la . J(IIIN 11. WARREN-
CItitIdITNIAS is at hood agnln. and.those n4lO Wine te wake
Presents In a substantial fors". should eat' as Warreses /tee
iStdre. where ?seer mad Osolbsi me be readied le selserhlff
IN tame week et rum and ether sert Isalerbis Wider Opp.
DI, Dee. f.S. 1•34
. I for