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WAY,, JANUARY, 30, 1864.
ERIE WEEKLY OBSERVER.
ro , ..oassarxs BClLonras," gra.Tetirittar,
(walls THII YOST U►►IOL.
trltEV!3 —(Me ;Ito Ire of ?we Lines on+
, r 4.544 ; two Irerb.ma $100; three boor
°D + - month $1.50 ; two month 4 $2, 50:
,:rtes WO; m totho 35 00: nne you Sit 0 0 1
.11,,ei/P.Ment.l 112 p•t•totrtion. TlAroot MUM
I ,,:,o .r et'v a Iherol in, un' , ll. plunged by Preial
tho opt . o of the pu'tita , tero. kudl•
' , rot* 111,. .011 1.11.( 11.0. & ilfer:1110.
, 11,114. r n: NU! Ve. $26); rig,'
trx crania It Ile; rkz,e. Ndtieeeywe,,,,
b.' u ere N.oteex (neer
tiro eevlt4 p•I e Or.ginal porde,.
et llr. r•gneet rt lia.rdlinr, nue Indiar
, .It ed:ertke rank mil be contiuue•t at
e advert WNt. unttl oriered
h ,„ d ‘ r t .e:l,n, tints?, perind la
c ,•nl itVer.in ,
ri,o; Trrl ii•iLLV'B I.or •nnnm In ad
-:Nd --W. have one 4 f the beat Jobbing
a it , . and am ready to do say work In
m.ar b. entruats:d t a U N In mail •t? le
r outaitle atilt, 1 . t
tfrit Treat In Prospect.
A.lttlerlie,l to announce that
E q., cditnr et the New
t,rti, will deliver the tenth lecture in
of the Young Men's CoriAian As
in Farrar II Oh on Wednesday eve
;t. February 4th
, t _-"The New.ptlper Press."
lin Men , l2; rat'ortioen, • Gala Thim
_ the letter.; .•L. C. P..' , engraved-upon
finder Rill he linernlle rowarded ty
it at the hinkine, +lice of Wm C.
or a t. thi4 offict,
the Draf of the Sitnation la Re.
Tr fiirrit4h you in
• iollowing ciniQ1110:0 of Vohint eerS
Mt° 9Prvico up 10, an,lincluairr;St
27th, IE4I, which Taty prove IT:tor
s-our rei.ler4 :
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1,1'; reerriri erd r , Erie con”,:y ;
leiving 2.15 due. The
c,;l P,ogitront la men, which
;:y hp orediir i. in tune, to the
tip. 11 Ith Ilegicient ‘t re3ched
I eCppet 01 , 11 • un•
It Et - 1 L'ITULIIIO:S
It Rill till ttl , qtt
Iteip_etf i ly Y
II I AMPBELL
ropJr of of sin 01 pot
eirs, pr••v.uli;. i t the .. - :onotryl ,
q e r f LiniLy v•e,
int [Ocala to
siz a nl we u' , l surpri•,e.l
before :motile^ •11 it soma rural
inity was 111... r too delusion
c city Itisib,...tErte ti , tpopulttetl.
• tint our fricn•li in tae e 'tint ry
deceived, we ty ev . diclt ly thus the
, sruall Tox ris , s Tilarge, and
to decrease Ther.. Lye. never I“rea
tiiirty nt one tun-, and !ko far fronl
.tens firing pinic—Erielcon nr even
on the subject, bu-i.b! , t goes on as
ueull, the scree,- I as lively is
rr , 11 , 1 at :hi, fli the year,
Are no more frCquetif than gener'ully,
f with the exc:pt ,ft of no it and
a nervous cutl:ridoul, Kr velderu
'a , 6 alluded to.
Coy are ener;c , ie iu en-
'ng to prevent the epretl ot the catt
ail,' Ince nire . t.ly done much towards
We have heretol)re:tallwied to
1) , 1 0 ,1IY, up INiie '4 on the hou+e3
snsil por prevAils. Tan City Councils
p v•se , l a kw rerojring physichin4
)11 every e eunes within their
to the Mayor or Cui3f of Pohce,—
I persons hiving the , 11. else, or living
.:lies where it prey nre directed to
trt the houqc—.evere penalties being
to It violatiau , •z . the ordinance
regulations, with the witelifulues.3 of
elient policy obis r 134 the
of our phyf.clins, we believe,
) , A1 put au
.eti'Ll to itr. , lisease within
GIVAX LOST."—We_ a,rer met a man
iad deserted the old IL•tnacratic faith
would nand; that Ile had changed ills
Their invirinble exciter ••II
hnve left the pArty, hilt the pry that
ft roe." The rum ati , i sub:lN/Doe of
:tinge theory run Amt. thi4, that
Wien and a h‘tit' of tno-h tnen rho
by the org tniz ttidu, Live forg,ittel the
ts:of true Deritueraey, white the few
ides w'au link hands wt tr the opp.—itiou,
v)rt become w )I",q` of their f,r-
mciweN, thin ent.mtea of
maueratin puffy dare 1,., the !only
!eery ,•f ";ti correct pritte:ldeN. A I en
)rary tylk n story whirl: N. ImirNbly rlakel
iti style of argument:
ltulinn who ha,ll.,st his reekontng in
t-thr, - )e i exclninn..l,
nu ',IT ' but nawil:ing to recogni-e his
Ulan ier thus, he thon4tt mut/teat, and
Indian unt lu.t —Wigwam Inst."
that leive t e democratic
ncr!r gst Inst—tho p ts,y is Inst."
1.1. T fl ILITAY.—The Coinruittee of City
!Ili, to whom If 19 rcferrel the petition
menu.; citizens, .I , l:ing for nuthcrity to
)wn - n ttnrqe ratl-vny upon Stole street,
the - south line of Fir.t or.st •0 the Buf
,:. rotoi, mn.le n. report on 'ny evening
Terse to the niovement 4 , re un,l.r
-o1 to favor the hying of a r , ilv.-ny track.
t having obtained' nothing but general in
tIVIOCI on the isubjeet of the pre. , ent
, veracnt they ask i the petitioners to present
e'Ty of theproptited bill for a charter to
s Councils, in order th.t they may under
,nl its - exact nature before giving the as
nt of that bogy. Inc repor t woo vadopted.
he reasons of thq Committee 'Aro no more
all fair. If — the 1 gentlemen prupasing to
411 , 1 the railway (I , ign nothing but what is
, ght, they will halve no objection in gi'ving
pnLlis full information on the subject.
`Tin Ott Screm—Tbe Oil City Regatiiiii
an editorial on this subject which le deserting
of Special attention, and if its Statements are
correot, they will probably cause no little ex
citement among those who ire engaged in the
oil trade. We copy its most important sea
"It has been some two months since a well
of any size has been struck upon Oil Creek.
Some ''parties are becoming considerably ex
ercised about the matter, yet we do not feel
that there is any just ground for serious alarm
The daily yield has decreased in the put few
weeks very msteriafly. The yield s'x weeks
ago was estimated at 5,600 barrels. -The yield'
to-day will hardly reach 4,009 barrels. The
past fey weeks have been very Unfavorable for
the producing business, the weather being too
cold, in consequence of which but few of the
pumping wells have been in operatiow. It
may he possible that the drought of
last slimmer exerci.ed -some influence. For
it is a-fact patent to all miners, that the walls
produce morn when the atmosphere is moist
and heavy than when it is clear and light. *
.The past season has not been so productive
in its results as many were led to expect. The
Noble and the Maple Shade Wells, are only
-con.iderable ones that were struck and
continue to flow now. Several others of
smaller Liza were struck, hut being interfered
with by other wells in the inalnediate vicinity,
dill not amount to much. • • We are in
clined to think that the wells efii becoming
too nnmerons along the narrow valley where
the nit is obtained. Many wells have been
bored to a depth of five huridred feet or more,
and failing to obtain oil have been abandoned.
!he wastage of gas and the water from the
water courses which have been opened in
these, have produced the •esulta we have
spoken of upon the producing wells in their
The Register gives as a remedy for these
facts:-Ist, That the non-producing wells, of
which there are countless numbers, should be
filled up. thus preventing the 'waste of gas,
and the flooding of good wells with water;
and 21, Boring deeper. It gives some loci•
d.tnts to sustain its theory, and concludes with
the following suggestions :
"From the frequent striking of mutt veins,
it is assigned by some that the oil supply is
becoming exhausted, and that these mud veins
are the bottom 'or bed of the deposit. If so
there is more reason to bore deeper and see if
other deposits of oil cannot be found still be
low these. We should be glad if some move- -
[tient of this kind should be put on foot, and
would be happy to hear from our oil miners
of their practical experience in order that we
can publish their views for the general benefit.
In conclusion we re assert that ire do not feul
alarmed for the failure of the present supply,
but think it will be advisable to take all
necessary measures to secure a permanent
supply for the future."
tiotu =The upward tendency in gold and!
lexchange, it is thought will soon lead to an
enlarged export trade. So far this month the
export is 53,300,000 more than last year r
the same time, which is mainly owing t the
, mealier export in specie. While Weiti g on
I this subject we may as well say that J: s. A
Nisi. at the corner of State and Eight ate.,
still continue to sell groceries for.eitho gold,
silver, —greenbacks," it common bank otes,
ljbut whichever it is, that his. customers y
Ipresent, we will warrant him to sell the goods
us cheap as they can be had anywhere in the
I cliY• C
We offer (or sale the Engine and Boiler now
iu 1:;ie in this office. - They are in good condi
tion, and will suit well for pumping an oil
well or running a refinery. Apply to Joseph
McCarter, of the Erie City Iron Works, or to
WHITMAN 4 BRECHT, I
If.) Publishers Observer
_A squad of negro soldiers, numbering
32 or ;;.passed through this city on Wednes
day mdrning, from Waterford, for Pittsburgh.
They were as lively as larks. . .
i i .-:. - . D_The First National Banks of this city
and Girard !laic received a supply of the new
i N tti,mll Bank tiltea from IVoshingt on. They
are of the denomination of $lO.
tram,- The city hospital, sitnitted near the
(-04 I , ,ir Groua Is, has been leased to Lawrende
Myers, who wi I boiri small pox patients
placoi in his care at $2 a week, the city to
furnisVbeda and bedding.
11l vly Pry 1118
:~•:1, Some of the citizens of Greene town
ship lia;te sicie.l a petition asking, the Legis:
jlature to authorize the laying of a special tat
upon the township to pay a bounty of $lOO l
to volunteers. • ,
tee.. The lecture of Rev. Dr. Keogh, in the
Fourth Street Catholic Church. on Sunday
evening, was very largely attended, and gave
general satisfaction. We have heard it
spoken of as an effort of rare ability, elo.
quence and interest.
direct the attention of our business
men to the - card of Messrs. Chapin 4 Wilbur,
attorneys-at-law, Ridgway, Pa. , AVe aro ac
quainted with both these gentlemen Land can
heartily recommend them as able and reliable
members of their profession.
sim m The Meadville Republican uudefifinda
that a corps of engineers are to be immedi.
atcly placed upon the proposed railroad route
from Greenville to the coal fields of Butler
county.—Con. Cowie?. '
This is the road which id Intended to con.
nett Cleveland with the coal fleldv.
naSi,. The Chief of Police reported to the
City Celinalv, on Monday evening, that the
number of small - pox cases up to that date
t way 21 One or two persons have been ar
reAtell for tearing dawn the notices int up on
various buildings!, announcing that the small
; pox prevailed within. •
:so_ Some witty chap - writes the follow-
"When Nancy dear, the modest miss,
Der' Ires 'lig very. rong to kiss,
really think that I see through it;
The Lady,•rightly understood,
f i vi. just na any Christian sh'ouid,
.She'd rather sutTer . vrrong than do it "
M, A bill having been presented to the
Legislature providing that the differ e ent public
halls in this city shall be free for use to any
persons upon their owners po n ying a license
of $4O per year, the City Councils have sent
a remonstrance to Harrisburg against the
passage of the same, 'on the ground that all
such matters can ho better regulated by the
City authorities. If the bill le t.naVed into
a law, the result, we are informed,iwill.he
to 'cause a considerable deduction from the
es. A cerr4spondent of the Gazette, writ.
ing from the 14th regiment, vindicates Capt.;
M. N. Oliver from the charges which have
been made against him. Ile lays,. “his eon .
duct as a man and an officer has beeniiri'e
proschable," and that his disreisaal froth the
service was owing entirely 'to a misunder
standing. After reading his4etter we are
satisfied that injustice has been done to Capt.
Oliver, and if he Ml's not already been re.
instated, or his resignation.honorably accept
ell, there should be no farther delay- on the
sm., The Girard Union sap the borough'
C oun cil oT that placehas passed an ordinance
prohibiting the running at large of dOge dur
ing the next 30 days. The proceedings of the
Council do not appear to have any more weight,
though, than those. of our city, for, "ye the
' Union, in spite of the ordinance. "dogs of alt
breeds and sizes, with dogged, obstinacy, oon:
antic to trot about town with tails erect, which
is hardly respectful to the-law•milters."
loyal 'dogs, how dare you daunt your tab
than Mutt, in Ihn We Of the U.! _
Engine and Boller for Sale.
I .411griir. - T; n-2:Stifirt",l>r 41 , 1 Y ' " . • 911
recipient, on rite list init.', of a c o mpl ete set
of surgical instruments, of exquisite work
manship, _at the hands of his patients and .
friends in Washington.' :Tim were enclosed
in an elegant rosewood crafts cs 111,1 was the
following inscription: •
"Presented to Surgeon Thomas It. &start
ho President Lincoln's Body Guard and the
inmates of Ward I, Armory Square Hospital,
Washington, D. C., January 20.1884."
The presentation speech, which was quite
'flattering to the Doctor, was made by 8. Todd
Perley, Esq , and.responded to by,the former
in modest and appropriate terms. Other
speeches were made by Dr. Bliss, surgeon in
charas of the hospital, lion. G. W. Scofield
and Hon. Amos Nlyera, all complimenting Dr
Stuart highil for his ability and kindness to
patients. Ho seem' have made himself a
general favorite in WOhingtott. i
nsp. rapt. Patrick Murphy, of this city; a
well known Lake °Meer, and formerly Mas
ter's Mate of the steamer Miebigan, is now
on boar , ' of-the U S. S. biletaccunet, con
mantle I by Ctpt Jouett, and lying in New
York horitoi. In a suer which he has writ.
ten to lily Idothar here, tie describes ,the ves
sel as a sharp built one, with a rudder at each
end, carrying '2 hundred pound rifled guns,
4 nine-inch GS pounders, 4 twenty-four poun
ders, and a crew of 200 men. Her destina
tion is not exactly known, hut is supposed to
be the Gulf of Mezion. Bea Capt. Jouett
and Capt. Murphy are popular iii this city,
and all their friends will unite with us in
wishing them a pleasant journey nuti safe re•
Es. We have received GodeY's Lady's
Hook for 'February, prompt as usual. It is
one of the recommendations of this flooriii
monthly that it usnally arrives with clock
work regulaty, and if any number fails the
fault mutate with the mails and not with the
publisher. Wo are glad to hear that the
Lady's Book bids fiir to double its eircula-
Lion this year. There is a spirit of geniality
and c.mrtooy running through story para
graph that Mr. Gods) , writes, which mokes
him an e•tpeeial Etv“rtte with all his brother
publishers, and causes them all to wish `:for
Or' A life of Archbishop Hughes, written
by John Mtillaly, Hsq , editor of the Afetrapo•
Watt Record, has just been published in New
York, at the low price of twenty•five cents a
copy._ This is said to be the'most complete
and reliable biography of that eminent man,
and has the endorsement of many leading
persons in the church: Mr. 3fiehael A. Quinn
is the agent for it in this city. He may be
found at any hour between 8 and 12 in the
forenoon, and 1 and G in the afternoon,, at
the Observer office.
Attf" Mr. Scofield has introduced a bill
into Congress to divide the State of Pennsyl
vania into three Judicial, districts, and to
establish a district Court to be hold in this
city, which was read twice awl referred to
the Judiciary Committee. Also a joint reso
lution fur the relief of John C. Carter, which
was, referred to the C.ontruittee on Naval
L Alderman J. F. Jones, of Pittsburgh, ,
Pa , convicted of perjury, has been sentenced
to the penitentigry for five years and -six
months. At the setae time he was fined $5O
for assaulting his. wife, $lOO for keeping a
disorderly' house, and $lOO for adultery. A
splendid specimen of Mon for au Alderman,
we must say
jWe congratulate- our friends, Messrs.
Kelsey,lBr, Reig, of the Conneaut - Reportir, on
the improved appearanoe of their paper, con
sequent on assuming an entire new dross.
They are clever and courteous men, deserving
of the prosperity that has evidently attended
Ear An exchange truthfully says; You
may insert a theatiand excellent things iu a
newspaper nod never a word- of approbation
from the readers; but just let a paragraph
clip in, even by accident, one or Iwo lines
not suited to their taste, and yon will be sure
to belr from it."•
gay- The fullowing Union prisoners have
died in hospital at Richmond, Va.:
N. lhwnon. Co. 8.. 831 Pa., Nov. 2G.
S Smith, Co U. 831 P.►., Dec. 4.
M. Occnartl, D. 145th PA., Dee. 1
ester The Mcciregor runes say, thnt
young lady of that town, who lately fell oc
one their slippery sidewalk.t, passionately
exclaimed, "Before this winter is over, I'll
have A man to hang on to, see if I don't."
tan : . The Rev. Henry Ward Beecher has
written • a letter to the trustees of Plymouth
Church, respectfully declining to receive the
$5,000 voted to him as a,present, at the, meet
ing of the Fociety on Friday evening Jan. 15.
car Dan Rico, though not a member of
the order, wo are told, has given over $2OO
towards establishing a Masonic Lodge in Gi
rard. Say what they please about Dan, "his
heart's in the right placo."
tte- A. ball in honor of Capt. Swan, 111th
regiment, was given at McCreary's Hotel,
Fairview, on Friday eveuirm. It was well
attended, and everything passed off plea
sitar A dispatch from Cleveland says - there
is no truth in the story of a projected attack
upon Jonsotr's Island. Who that is familiar
with the locality ever supposed there was ?
giar Col. Stone, the new Governor of
lowa, an exchange tells us, was formerly a
driver on the cluarbetween this - city and
re k ,„ Capt. John Dunlap and Capt. M. Ma
gill have purchased tho tug C. Y. Davenport;
at Buffalo, and will put bur in use on our bay
at. the comment:ell:mut. of navigation.
gs., We underhand that an effort is being
mule to have the furlough of the .111thregi
ment extended, with the object of enabling it
to recruit hs
csitl, Mil[creek township has filled her quo
ta, having raised more tnen, , in shorter time,
than any other part of the county. f
Persons buying deeds will find a very
superior style at this'office. The kind printed
by us are approved by the county officers.
jar Question ftse lawyers: "Could a pho
tocrapher take a picture of a man who went
to:loita with a firri faciaz 7"
g Deer are more numerous iu lilk, and
adjoining liscitwoo(Ps counties, than .they
bare been for several years.
we' On the first page will be found 4 full
and very interesting' report of tho late rail
road disaster item. Painesville.
'',The Court crier's `•f) Yes! 0 lies!"
is said to be a corruption of the French
gar The Oil City -Register says the Oil
Creek Railroad will be extended to that place
gEir Iklul doge are stud to hair* done a
good deal of mischief in.the western part of
Petitions tiro ia cireulationin Craw
fordthe Commissionerslo offer
sb county oun
tylor s y sk o ig \i : oteers.
gssit,. There are two• things, says au es
change, which you should not borrow—trouble
and a notepaper. _
J Court comateacea on Monday next.
We pOlished the Imp list omelet woke ago.
lis."Pentions. ' •
le., can be procured by tbe•WideWs•
and neat of kin of those who hive died in
service of the United States • also, by Soldiers
and Beamen!Who are disabled by wounds re
oelied or Manse contrasted, upon application
to G. P. flitnurrit, Licensed Military 'and
Naval Cid& Agent. Mice In the Common
Council Room, Wright's Block, coral'
and Fifth sta. (under the Di'petc h oface.)
Erie, Pa. 7-y
Brown has been tor.eome time in
charge of Caldwell's brigade, the General in
command being absent on leave. The in.
speotiog ooer, according to a correspondent
of the Conneontrille Courier, reports the 146 sh
regilSe?t "85 per cent. better than any other
in the brigade." _
Hun." G. W. Scofield, lion. Edgar
Cowan, Ron. Morrow B. Lowry, and 0. S.
Berry, Esq:, Assistant Clerk of the State Sen
ate, will accept oar thanko for public dotiu
Air The new game or "Author" appears
to have taken the kid of all the other social
amusements do into almost any houso hi
the 04 where ..here is any company assembled
and yoksell find this game ia full operation.
• A 'contract has been awarded to Wm.
A. Griswold & Co., for making 10,000 cavalry
overcoats at $10.98 each.
So" - The First National Bank of Girard,
'on Thuredity of last week, recteivedl $20,000
of the new National Currency—all irt 10s.
tel. Anson Porter. Esq., has resigned his
position aS Cashier of the Bank of Crawford
Lir Real estate hay taken a sudden rise in
this vicinky, and there is considerable specu
lation in it at present.
tes‘. The new Methodist Church at Union
"will be &Mooted on Wednesday, the 17th of
Le" We invite attention to the beautiful
poem on t.1.11* firlt page by B. F. Taylor.
--;- The following grntletnon have been
elected Oireetnre of the First National Bank
of this pity: J. C. Spencer, henry
Wm. S. brawn, Selden NlArcin, M eon Bkl4-
ford, L, 11.. Morrison, and C Selden. Mr.
Spencorl was unanimously re-elected Presi
dent, atiti Mr. Sanford cashier. These are
good of tiers all around, ~ Ent their mime*
afford abunduit assurance that the institution
will be Managed carefully.
The Democratic'State Committee have
issued 4 call for a Convention , to be held in
Philadelphia on the 24th of March. An effort
will ho made to have 'the next State Con
ventiouihebl in this city. The completion of
the railroads to Philadelphia and Pittsburgh
will make Erie quite as convenient a point to
the majority of dolev.tes ai any other city in
—liVe regret to hear of the sudden death,
at his home in this city, on Thursdiay morn
ing, oflCol. Thos. M. Biddle, ono of our - hest
known! young citizens. Ile was a wan who
.many good qualities, and his
early death will be regrette I by an unusually
largo Circle of friend's.
--lhe young man, Win tvis, who stole
the money from Mr. Oliver :ipatford, ond was
afterwards arrested and placed in prison; was—
released on Wednesday, upon enlisting in the
army. his bounty money is to lie appliel to
there;payment of Mr. Spaa'ard, expanses of
arrest r, •
—ais' We have been having remarkahly mild
Weather for the last emple d iys —mach more
like May than January. • On Wednesday and'
Thursday it tins almost warm 'enough to do
without firos . ,:isti4 the stores and otrims 6td
their, doors opti 49 if we were its an adv 1,1:0 otl
Month of spring.
—•-i• The City Cotneils on Nlonday•evening
passed a resolution directing the Chief ef
Police to disperse all parties attending the
funerals of persons who have,died frum small
pox, 'excepting the imme•liate ftrutly ot , de
I'etereu•+'s Magazine for February line
been: •received. Ite illu,trntiorr 'are moki
beautiful, and the reading .inatter it of tile
kind that 'wiles alwapa nimire.
Mr. Jw) it, Gributi otrws for nit, hie
valuble farm, in Summit tp., nine railer
(*real Cia4 ilia tunny, are iemonable.
. — I -We Call attention to the notice of Col
leCtor Douglass - under "To day's AdTertise
mentshead. ItY information is of imporlaue43
to tho tmblic:"
RAILROAD ACCIDRNT. The Jamestown
Journal says: "The Wednesday evening train
froM Salamanca, consisting of eighteen or
twenty freight.nars, and one passenger car
behind, when a few milts west of fienuedy,
under rapid motion, came to a sudden wreck,
throwing ten or eleven of the hindmost- cars
from the track, twirling. them over Into the
dhoti, or throwing them across the track, And
smashing them up badly. There were in the
passenger car twelve or tifoen passengers,
and although the car was thrown firom the
track and turned over into tha ditch, yet no
one was seriously hart."
SETTER TIISN MASS MIETINGS —A Demo
cratic; exchange says: "Now is the time to
make adv,inces. Flood your township with
newspners. What Democrat is it who can't
afford to spend from three to ten dollars in
spreading Democratic papers? This is the
way to insure the success of Democracy in
'64. A fevi dollars spent iu this way will do
mare good than hundreds in petting tip the
)i , St. Mass meetings. In - this way:cull et
surely the public Mind - may -be tikqkbused..ind
awakened to a sense of tb“ awful canlittoo
o(olir dvirly b.-loved countr y . 54n11 it I e
STRUCK DT 11116 CILLts.-011 ect.ll
'tog the Now York Expeess train struck a Luau
nonr. Alhion, throwing hiin into the ditch.
The inati wa3 into:loved, and, strange to ;ay,
bui halo injured.—Rorheste , Democrat
!NOthing strange n i t ,ill about it. Wit , ever F:
heard of a drunken !nem being hurt? We •1
verily believe that t umn undrr !he influence'
of lignor could jump from He top of Bunker '
Hill monument, and strike on:his head, and •
never be injured
WANTED ! —CU:UPI:TEN! BLNIN ego .,
The demand for Fkliirld 1111. i accomplished ao
°Ohtani , : is perpetual, 1.1.11 , i cunvataly in
creijuig with the increatn of production and
ti'rol • T-nng men wishiniz to ptepare them.
critt thwe titi;,, 0,1 hr the ir o n City
College, of Pittsburgh-, Pa.. which is now
patronized by every B!,tte in the Union.
APPOINTMENTM.—The Comity Comillinvion
ers have wade the follocrin4 sppoiutmehts for
tint present year:
, Clerk—A. J. Slerrett..
Attorney—Johu P. Vincent. -
1 Purician at the Jail—br. LI. W. Gentler.
Apprsi=er of Mercantile Taxes —4* W.
LETTERS Testamentary cm the Estate
or D iVtD THOU et, dealt sed, late of Idillereek
kilo county, Pa, haring been graote l to tbe undersigned;
hotly la hateby siren to all persona having claims again tt
Poe route to present them, properly anthenticat- , d; for
alement, anti those knowing themselves Indebted to
maid estate will maks tscuaeouti pAyineat.
MARY Z. THOMAS.
Will be gb
lag mutt, -
aanoaneed in a local eetesimPrarly. It le
needless to say that overAbiair 1111110 oak,
dieted la the right sqle—tret.Difae Is sae
Well known here to used , •
to thit etty. as tie nth Wt. CU.& W.. W W 4.1400
ter at Jams., A, sad Lana A. SW".
ERIE PRODUCE '),IIIATIr4VnIi.
dlorreas4 Wedlv ir .143. Ail
da M Mai sw el
IDIOM Wats. '
Pleat .......... i
- Wheit,.... ' 1,43 0 1,65
Cors i , 4..1.16
/ 7 ) 6 . . ' / AX
;lei. ' 4,66
Onions, .... ... ~..1 7
Refine. 2 Wel 2,
Dried A pples:., ... ......1 76
Bwdeass Cares leseetad this et4seeef et the tale et
Three and nee D,llare per yeas.)
I?Pi I BENNIC'rT, ;
~ Amines arm Pmts.( 011asamead
3.m.r mum; Rio* French Strad, birtwma 1161kmat
WALLACE MCNUTT. `
Arrocrn L UT. Ofwls
Wayne Block, second Boor, Frock amt. Er* Pi.
kIciIALIOR ri•TOOitiffl Oa UM,
Rosenzweig's Bleak, Erie Pa: jaalnitt.
CLL., PROPRIITOL •
•,,rner of azveond and Mu tat 9 opals sad of
Infin,nn'n Exclottnee. Wsrreq, Pi. t.
/• goo.; B Mon, BLASI. ROOK MAXIMICIOII2II.
A ftot o ' 4 nry of Illodomseelats 819014 Ix* P.
I ATTO/MICY AI LAW,dirsur.l„ Cd. CmtZ,
:•:lerti.ma and othar btudnaio attoodsd to w 1
:,ptu•.. and limpatch.
F. f kOWSING•
ATTOXXIT AT Law AXD 41711110310/ tss
• Ar.. 111 practice in the nntralConrtn of iris Gnat',
prneupt land GlUital altar.tiou to slibiaiiwine•
te• t.. LI. hands, either as an ♦ttor3lay or Ifagiatrato.
;'r' (Vice in Empire Eta*, enrnor 81 State sad rum
t., r.ne ,
, !.. ii UST! N. ' I
.1 . ~ I/Kamm in A; Intel. % Ana Jeer
: . . - :i.,r• Ipoona, Plated Wen, ootltqlniam,filli
1.... ::,.:. Cutlery sad Taney goods, Pampa Building,
”rt 1] xl , ifAimtailr near heath at - ,
Wsoutsui Rll%/1. Dw.o
imeezie. and. Proeisions, Flour and insdn Wood_lad
wino.. Warn, Wines, Liquors, Tobin:o,r% Vats
St.reet;one door South oLronet.l4 Knit a
• MOOMMILLIS and Dealer la Stalk/aim
'A nll Paper, Ilagasines, Newspapers. to. ConntlLdissizze
pappileci. Store under Brown's Hotel,droutlag Pak.
4 , r..V62tr.
L 1 I ILtLrtl HOTEL,'
rl Corner or Sd and Martel Berriahung. Pa.
This old and known haute te non fitted up to the
izprorsd style. The aceonnuodatiene are et the
wet order and the terms reasonable. It 4 situated In the
u,st o .lilghbful part or the city, and affords on of the
opping places in the country. febralftf.
OTT/1 , 6 d DAVIS, .
Anossivll At LAIN Ciastait
I AS. P. GAUGII4.
NoTAIT PrIILIO . AJfD larlAZ CO L . MBO
laarzarca Aor-Tr. Collections an 4 all Waimea 1n
'r0..t.41 to him promptly attended to. Applloatload for
neural:lce solifitod, and Policies Woad erithont delay, la
CAC/ 00111pallitil. Oak% Wright's Block, canny of
5.11. and •Ztat..treete,Eiie, PL .- 000rraltL
T W. %V ET:11011K, '
r) . ArruErze 4. Lew. is W arse. CC
ti.v.„ nu Seventh "tree, title, Pa. ; sag 1412
ED. PBtt KINS, •
Ocrriim Beatty 's aloel. North'side of the Park,
State area;, gria. Pa. aprUl3 U.
I , ,
A P.l VETTE 110 TEL, --.•
French a tneet, between 4th and 6th atm%
uomr the Philadelphia & Erie Mamma Depot. Erie, Pa,
Louie , boemaker, Proprietor, E.:tootles accommoda
tion for attarki..re and travelers. Board by the day Of
seek. Good stabliat attached. . am24...ML
IECr. iK Wittpoos ' f
Batumi Saar, State itmt, bead?
pos!te thr Peat Miler.
Lisoir ltewr Alloot ittachal,mbilft contbrameti alma
th«True l Avint witlingt being Sanoyed b 1 alaerdefly
t Li Lutist. dc
A. a , . tor P,after Kiyier's Patent tt•trlng Itschroes
—t;.• • State Street. between Sib and 9th Sts..
t;:othe• made to qt. ci tzt•tha dart style.
TIMIS C. Bliff,ll3E.'
e) Dicackit. us Div Goons. ditociatill.
Crork,r... linrdwan. Nano, Ulu*, Beed4 Muter, ate, ss?
.r , -lath and Pnb le •iqqare. Kr* Pa. 'ant.
I) D. WA
L VO h NS H AIID a4 INO C ZZOXXXSIOX X
I be Wurn Crum, Public Ilnek:Euirt of SWAB Strut Cu.
nal Warn lion,. at Roll Road Ceouletlijklo,Pa. Realtni
to 841 t, Fieb, flour, I' astor : Rotor Was,
N •P.—Ca co :Inning to and from Wu. Houma
ail MA,. NI CARTER,
If AxcrAcrrtraalts of Stelaial
%;earing, A picaltarsl psi .I•l2eatA. Bannioi
W, ie. " A "- t h i x4aer, onesßcons-'
e teck. north nide of th• Pazifirla, Pa.
ATTMINZT AT LAII-..011111110•itill/t111114
qtr npposit. thP Cotirt finagle, grie,Pa.
C. fitatOß!•o4 & CO.,
1S sOL%i~li Daktiss 71 OWCZIUIII /MD
street, 110.1 Boswell Block.
4 GitoUM MAnICL. PsainlYs. The
liesmanufgetur•d at th is iestabitaboisert his obi'
tatoe,i jorbin proilation. (Mira solkntsd sad
gill d. Cwr•oziora ortiorirrieby'the quantity grit in=
de;lvert4l al tbe dunr. TRIMS CAILL, ; OCIMIS-ly
.its will flail no
Arnold's. :Writhig Fluid !
- Warranted" Germaine!
ikcid'm Fluid, Black mkt catMtno Isla; *mew ta
pint bottles, Nina of Lemon. Potmee; National Wake; '
Cap, Comaionial Mote, BM i lkisee Paper.
Wrappligg paper of all ems sad qv:Walk
Yankee Notions In abindaies, ennolopea at ,vt Womb
GROC Fiat.% MVPS it ittliffllD OIL, •
Cheaper than 1111 ether item la tab fah at
'JO. 4 Reed Home.
1 4.• 34. GUILD.
Is" Jas. SS. 21 1 0 1 ._
110111 C VON
' puts. . ..«..
ShouleeTs....} « SOS
SM. • 'r SS
Med Pelee.% .111 en
Pop Com per ea5k.....4%
11/ rALZ DAVIS.
7 1 4 W
ft. l •
1 4 3 .
" Pl. I I
O 0 .
/ 1 2171 o! - Itaniage.
250 Mil 111111 " 7011An 11 11Uoftse eta
ewlbOdell boo et /Wow he a
MOOthM Cht tta lolltwlnee .! oath sad
orb iheoesoill. Mime of b at ease at
all asets ateslat dortneiotr at
nth - *llThwissa lin ts el •Bo at
third Solia $4O Derr awl a • Too eg flocirflid
141ro Whits emelt al Whims, to the waniod sod
*ow entriseso: who watortala /wort
itwaltta at Wok soodulons,, sad who era eon-
Illawia Illiesiia4 tbs.. *Wk. haws. and
petirlo to w frrery *sal beton Is mutt fwd.
• TOMO U. who aro trealsled with *a mesa ran
allyolosA by 4 hod habit la youth. tho whets ef which
.eleelleteeleslneeo,lbogettahens.: sonsotinses a shwa.
le see wwels men nails Impten nt tbo set sad loan
enntwitish essessiss et ideas; La of amatory, tilt),
111111011111up o lailria author ra - oli
We binOof treatise part au. fait roar. dotuttil
ear Uwe Is tinting lb. Iforopean Hospitals* auuliva
eerselres of the kentledn. sad twootreht• of th e met
abllled "'IOM'S*" sera** lin Knape and on the
Onathaset.l Thine who Saco tbotaritet *odor our cats
will sew haws the *ll bowel of the many Now sod
teardwap anatidta wills+ we no twateed to filtrate&
lateen proelialoasal *knob* an rest *enrol DA*
some oral. owithelly s dIIVW,CT, and Wootton Wog piaci
Vlattraitaia.iittklt bee so onaistalhr disUngolshed us
basseetwoh Skil a ritiekil• le anntenLlahaspartment
tif=aaaliposatiaa, for *least taents.doo
p i tAL....imi o n wan wish for awaking.
ge elbasy= has to toned in thooseado num
led nen, haled to Abet openly care without any ba , )
VW esti oohs lel 11r, DeLsory's Fatale roriodi.
dal !ills. ?bendy t4OO lolorolitri to be obiierved
la, that bike *Quid Mt tabettbees if they hare moon
le bedew *wan to Arista eitnettses [Um particulars
et which viii he feud ea tin name entonnwaying
ea* bes 4 theigltalways so Ws and heathy, en gentle
POO IS glare ne they
Pita =t per IsolLf They we be wailed to any part of
the Itnitall stases.
TO TUC Who need a antiftatial aseltaal ad
litarptui btaay of those iateratiog complaints
to width fellatio onpaisatien notion theta Oohs,
aro y Melted to esasolt as
Tait ‘2lmatitertgateasw Paistacsimr—For maimed
Wits Igoe heal* will mot admit, or who bays an do
dos to Inesesie Oaf stand:Ma may a. obtained at *twee.
It to assiaitly a,tY, sad has been mitenalvely used daring
the last otaittizari. ?ilea radiated to $lO.
tat 0 8278 or YOUTH UNTSILTO
I Illssetiss de tit La. of Pusateri &cat 4 Jetsam
werwiar. is puilditiod, S.M atemiair Out Ogaden's
ead;enteitimme ammo: mama, tiara mate end
tidelstai heillit r pashas sat Ses faisbig get
Mita* its wieteMs,4ad 4aq/us t I egad we
of drr lie Commeadammt togs sal.
il is aisd • es veal* of Iv.  cut Steeps.
yr htteldshob dalll, fentB 8 lathe =rose fill p at
sight, sas of &Mays from 2 MI a p. m.
*Gilds.; leritb fail direetkma seat to sty pert of the
Wad Suite or esse4hu, by patients commiudesting
their arympbtats by kites. Badman rernelandente
arOleo it sti
dor tbe mei of ""'
Albany - , N. r,
Cliaage in tkee . Drvg. Bugbear
adabllabed mast well lumen
Drag 4 iledidae 80en •f J. IL tarter,
Has pamed vu tto nai te mp handO the sodereloord. Me
who. ha purfbaged the mitts. stoat will coallame th e .
blimwe at In the mama Ace. The part and
prom t neemtatian of Ws house Al a
' Presedidsi aid hadi
. plays it _
£ID oR OM OMR IN TU I MT I
Aid the onlomilier bones, by careful attention and Jodi
clam monaomosit, to merit theism for the Wore.
Carta' although withdraw* from tb , M u ni
WIMP laladm of tie bamboo, will etili remain in the
store, whale be hopes to met him old Mende and may be
oonealtrd be ward. ' SAMUEL catrea. -
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CO.
INNTOTGTOP. Prot T. C. AlliXiirSeey
CITY nu INSURANCE CONPANY,
lIICOUIPOII47ZD paPITIL Szo,aoo
C. E. SONEES, Pratt. 0.0. Walt& Soil.
INSURANCE in the above old and yell
ab_LC can heolotained on applleation to
14 IL W. MULL, iArent.
'3OIIN WELSH - .
acroups, Eau ! , PA.,
, ; • : 11f1101111114L1 bLLta ,f
BA4MTMORE - OYSTE RS!
711 ? 1 10
TAE COUNTRY TRADE 13IITPLIRD WITH
Pre4 caII lnd Xlitg Oysters, H
' Realived every Day, and
TOtairets TO cm; 1111101CTION!
ppiele4Weited lad prooptly attended to.
TiV, 'WELLS, M. R.C. P
rrioit LONDON. ENGLAND, i
No. 111 Superior St., Cleveland, 0.
'LUDAS' SUFFERER ran
11 „Ell be mired by his aze
=teas, which hem Wen me
tn thousands of cases
la Righind and Imsrirs
Caen of resmoss sad gen
eral Debility, Co'ossuoptioo,
Neuralgia, Asthma Sciatica.
Fits. Throat Dianna% 1.73•
IiPiCIAL Arnerrtorr paid
s Female Complaints. gem
1 tbectrams, Loss ot Rem
Uri Rytoptoms, Falual
-.oersted gore Lets.Oiret,
' , Dieting, Mears of the Bladder and Bidrers, and a
too( pat et feaifol Crewe known as WerllueaDoespi Ants,
emitting from foal sad 11..rential treatment.
Talliing , view who are troabled with emitting, generally
wooed by a bad habdt la yontb , ea* be effeetaally eared
by Gas treatment
Pa to of either yea living at a distance. by stating
theirdiscrev St writing, giving all the es mollies,. can
obtain lairinniAlli with directions for at.. His Medicine,
are Zsdatively Vegeta*.
Eir Nteetto•Cbemteal Baths. One Dollar each. Pil
tiontsi &stream of trotting themselcsa, eat be furolube
with the most improved Riectricsi lestrements, and 10.
erections in their proper lardirat arnlieatirna.
Tiii Dedeit . nude Samerfaity ell Lemma of gle
1 • = • STE ND SAIL
Notate, irtil be received A
whale there are env doubts of
safe or • Wise.
CITY RICFKRZNICE9.—Dr. Brook, Robert GM, Jobe
Nevtia, Kr. Pig. Jelin Ina; Dr. Well. - B. Bleksell.
Coq.: T. Trle• Tag , Gee. W. Jessup, Kai . Per. George
Daakley, Ret. P. * Morrow. ~
CONSIIVITNG ROURd.— Term 9 a . N. to 9 P. N. Sun
day, prom lA.W.to 1 P. at. Post Ogee Dos. gem.
NO Lettere will be answered =ler tbey oontala a re
mittance or a rootage stomp Raolose a stamp for a
metlar. ! u0v2•453-Iy.
Erie Ale Brewery,
NEB OF PARADE AND BUFFALO
Erie City Lager Brewery,
NER OF POPLAR AND RIDGE
Brie Malt& Barley Warehouses.
CORNER. OF 7TH STREET '1 CANAL
Pia, and Amber =aid XXX dies,
11.1 Boot QOlditt 1111 d VorioHoo of Life,
Pomo iolocto.d rasters Hops,
' Ti. Cholatid Qualities of that and Bulky,
Ua hood p,334 sod for i'l.
Adatinistra L trix's Notice.
• ETTERS of Ititninistration upon the
..... of,Joha Moor, late of Stith:noes to., deceased,
setae llose granted to the 'rodent mod, codes is bereby
flees to ail pampas todebted to add entate to wake tar
esellate per meat, ant those basin?. accounts ',gal cat the
*UM eel *west lb, ta, properly autbraUcsted, to tar.
RallY.Cua 0: At allitild,
t Mlllertek gr. Co. Pa.,,Admi , lstrAtals.
A CiatilliBLT4-triX. 9 3 Notice.
HAL,- •,r r $n upon the
• e •• t;,t r.l a tarford townibtp,
ditsai 11. 11111411t*DOike
Sl o i mi ttt • ••• ; • to odd ektato to
*dm •vorly outboutka
log, to =Pt H t • • < ..!Admitdotrattl.t.
800ir,*:,..e. 0 , e.
.1 Farm for Sale.
'TnElundersigned offers for sale, until
the Uth of fetesery nest, hie form In Somali
14,esettlaing cos handled sail tintr, we've, um • or if".
oil bombed sem Improved : the twines rood mei
it°o4llrabaltatafs,ember/ sod is wen teetered, it
hi enlisted I aft. trove age 0111 UN Waterford plank
Toad. if sot GM by the above date it will be ranted for
eite 00 NM yeas. JOEINSDN.
°rim gm &No F:Asor R. R. Co, t
1 Yam Ps.. Jen. 12. Me. $
ASEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND of five
wait, hie from °ow:owl tiz, err been
d.ek' hy this Company, meek, to the Steeldeolde , s
oaths Ist drebraivy nest, et their elks at tbe Depot.
i *AWN. W. 5. Broom, Weimer.
IP PIESI PIPES - 1
01/711111361 a law lot of Itestsaisam,
4 Gaits Patella. Wu last, Naomi.id Inamq
ak kor Aram .
"Ea raigliaa at proof WOW.
loestod at established, an.
• Ori.. No. 31 Maiden Lane,
CHEAPER YET 1 7
Lana it TWO ITOILT BETO NOM espy stars altar,
brick bake awe% eztoalleal well otwafai. ttesa *Rini.
a.rrtap hosts, lop bent, :11 by es as exesiteat ce
. at vatted trait; laCtoetleg app44, ebonies,
pears, R 6. adjataiag tie Oat Lat i a of Erie, with 2i ,
-seers a aleallart roast% part el ,wikk. 031181Plab
•• aosiarpasaurt rises at the City,. Bay &glee', ha
25 ACRV.i sAjolnlog zbon, omall frxmot ones, lop truss )
go.pl orehar 1 of grs'ted Raft, is, for... $6,000
Di ACRES clIOIC: LCs:ro —gaup frier• 134re*, Prime
tare, °tame. kr, 6 mitre free Fro!, for S&MS
I ACRES, 9 =Us+ tem Rim , 43 totpreml.allalr 1 9 9 4
wood !sod, 1 ROW (rota SnAbiry Road sad Jacksatis
Station—sawn kali*. bun 994 aorskiArd for-- - S 4 44
WIC huge and Complete OIL REFINERY, lee the elm et
Erie, knows u The Er/Seery,' eepulty stout
al buret* per seek, t L opther with It sem c 1 :a d,
(rooting oft /hie* it E, le liallrose„ for $4.400
AL3O, Lots, Rouses and LoU ►ad Out Lots la ttoi City
Sbasabberbtr having relestl, noldriled lad """64
his suluLdurlig bits* se coeds hinds to terry on,
Rod is deterusiasd to sell • part of his Peal 'ratite. He
therefore neve the kenning it this absve los Mu, a.lO
win =that's* terms favorable and Nava prfent. •
1, I_, 1.1 - Ci•
Possesses all these great peculiarities
It Cares Disease br lipealng ibe Pares sill
re.torin the Itiewdble Pereptntiou
It Alachargea the Slanted groretlone, nod
tszdores the cause s:.! disease
t takes Ow !Wog cut of Boroo„ Mott• and
Wousids, and anixhaimi logiunmation at one*
It b Abeoged by the'Sbin and Musette, and
it Operates Ilkellagle when Applied in .11fec-
tioom ut the Lugs, Stomach and Bowe'L
It la also ifizaaltr Beueliclal In ILldnei
Oas Gallant @sadists and !tallot to Prize It bligtstm
than Gold. It bas "red Inunenao innataar
end more lives on every gory tattle-Held then's:3y other
weans otor resorted to
It bi,kaoWn all around the world as lb. meet
soothingsad healing Ointment in existence
Jams lto &LIMY. to Oa Irmo:dor and Proprietor, N
It la sold at 25 cents by all Druggists everywhere. Fold
by liaison. Cairref, N 0.4 West Lark Row, agent for Lyle.
Wholesale Depot at Mirror; & C0:a;612 oroadway.
dee:W63.2= , 1 '
STATE STREET, ERIE, PENN'S
Wherei a fait and choice assortment of
DOMEN,TIU AND FOREIGN FRUITS,
WILLOW AND WOODEN WARE, STONE WARE,
ar• alwiy• on hand and 'sang cheap at •
',14t1 , JOON DANYARO'd New Gokowy.
NEW FURNITURE STORE.
• J. H. RIBLET & C 0.,.
Would respectfully info m the yublio that they hays
lAN MBLE'S BLOCK, •
Between Bth and 9th Streets, on State,
Where; thOntend So It .p eonst ugly on hand a fail
NEW /ND WELL SELECTED VERNIITILL
Er' We reopectiuli t y solicit share of the alas pat
rons's. J. If. ',URI
jsra H. W.Bl'o VI
- i l l VALUABLE
Store S nd and Residence for Sale.
THE tindertqgned &Vera for Salt. his
valuable proiesity in the village or Bearer Dam.
Atte Co.. IL, consisting of en excel.** ;Aare Building
• , i1 Dwelling Hoare. with an earls or more of land at
tached. Thw,Htore but bean used (or the purpose a great
nomber of years; and is tali fitted, being large. conven
ient. and hivring•k•od cellar. A wing attached to the
building will accornroodate a mall two 11,. The stand
IC aye of the limit in the snooty. be attested in a
healthy, fertile and Wresithy neighborhood. The residence
is a Two Mot one.; haring a large. dr, re.lu, and being
bath roomy d coorerOoqt. A good • biro, Well and
sun are coOmotto with thoboao• • I wilt men or ea.
change for pert'pro in'Erie ' tin reasonable tarsus. Any.
Pere = wishirg to purchase will address.
JOHN CUSIMIN 4
dreloll.l-31n.' Erie dte.Pa.
New Hardware - Store,
Corner Of 9th and State Sta. e
The guturii bar* opeod
STACK 0 F HARDWARE t
All new and Nat received from the Esatern Markets,
Isßs, Culliry,"Cespei% TOO% Hinges, Lick%
!. , IA%Vd OF ALL DRSOkUeTIONS,"
and every ver.et nenally (nand In seen e tael , ahmente.
and (unveiled it u low ratan se they can be rrneured at
any other place to the cite. They tera. a call from all
those irho may lard articles In theft Itite of balances.
A Large stock of the
tioe. 1. l amid 3. with 4 Knives. %ret
reated to cwt Straw or Stehle eqtal to any Machine
the world. Price—No. 1, $!2; No. 2,121; o. 3,, $33.
'PREIIIIII/I—NVe..l and 2. bothelogie end tionbkt Wide,
which are well adapted to wee 01 Farmer. with mtd.6m
stook. No: I, tangle knife, $l3: he. 2. guile knife, 116;
No. 1, 2 knives, $l4; No. 2.2 halves, $l7.
REAI.IBr.k STAND,Comer ot Ninth andtitate
3treets, in Sehlitudecker's New Block.
0et24•634. ' D. P/12161CAt d Cll.
C. A. triage. ; lONS CUL
NEW GROCERY STORE.
The no/upload base coye; h l
e d slew oroeery Store, on
EAST SitiE 'OF
ROAD ATE ST
kIDOE34 HOLISIC FORTE
Where they intend keeplrg a full supply of ,
r y NE,EK NOTION..
_ Tau Arco ; etc CtGAIIM,
Ana dirrthing =mu ! on h.,.d iu SRI eztabli•hilent ut
the sort - •
we are Sete toed to offer on road toducpmeato as aai
other dealers pa . tt.e ear, and (or t 0 the yah to to eta,
twolideut that we dia giro entire se.' tAfeet
oet3ll3tf. F. A. WKIS.I.I:
GROCERIES! GROCERIES 1
' ' At
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
S C LIALAYI
WonW rust aty tho public that hi his *rind
• Stirs La •
No. .Hughes', Block, Erie,
Where hi will aliw s keep on'haaid s Isms saply of
CROCKERY AND WOODEN WARE,
!WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGARS,
an t inenithlng usually for sale In an establtshniant of
the kind,. !
sole "f• year .e rsatocabli at any ether dors l
' a the
Valuable Property at Prints Bide.
9111E4IIBSCRIBER will Sell Private ,
1„, Ale; a farm of 10 acres, in Nillareek fp.. ibis Co.,
adjoining hands of John W. Ryan and bete of Anthony
iodation, deceased, embracing out lots Nos. NS and 114
in oho Pia/ of kris city._ There greeted co the prow
tya good two story Drink broiling Nonce, brick bark
badj o it r i,i fem. barn an other out-buildings. The
proprrty it beautifully abated, commanding. a *NW Or
tiro Cityraid llartrir of Erie. It is also well supplied,
with clap fruit treat, andfor richness et soli cannot be
ozoollisd in Erie county.
Tha dubscriber will alto ell, at Pfluits si* out lot
No. 644 berwoon lth • and lith stmts. The • &rot
posses tbrougb the lot, the vomit, iroo•alosi 4)6
ts o res sgici dograbie f baddlog parpoom losing amt. -a
ate soar the P. & E. R. B. Shop;
Vol abeiro property will be sold on reasonable
Poomottoo gives os the last April. .
pima* Trishitr. to view It will call
it iota w.itroa,
tz,jr Jams rosiding on, tip Wu Int de.
lall34lr * • Lancaster Co., Pa.
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