The Erie observer. (Erie, Pa.) 1859-1895, July 16, 1864, Image 3

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fir We dully to obtain i.eonespoodent In every
township la the !bounty. Political essays we nave obtain
In abundance ; .that we west is the local am from an
parts of the comity. Any person writins to as can de
pend on having his name kept strictly . oonfldential sad
Übe his teen that the communication is not In proper
thane for publication, we will put it In appro Oleo Oita.
lir City enbacribers. eernmi by carrier. !MANN Alavad
twenty-eye cents per year extra. Femme who' fall to
receive their napes regularly win clear a favor by &di
telogyke of the same. We prefer to have all subscribers
its can conveniently. procure their paper at the °See
of publleatlon-
Er - The hoar at *Web the Oistenter Is pot to prow
each week, Ist o'clock on PHUT &Meson*. Ades/tier
meats will be received up to 9 o'clock elk* day of Polk
ri- All Advertisements, Job Wort and Viubsetipttons
frwel persons whose respoosibllity to not known to the
publishers, not is petit t• *tram
Pcnuo Msrrtio 'in MILL Cann.—The
meeting at the Town Hall, in
on Saturday evening last. to take meuures
for filling up the quota of Mill Creek town
ship, was largely attended. Some time was
spent in consultation, when it was decided to
adjourn the meeting until this Saturday eve-
ning, the 16th' inst. An expression of the
meeting being taken, it decided unanimously
in favor of raising money by taxation to pro
cure volunteers. We are requested to urge a
full attendance at the meeting this evening.
WID . DING mito s CARDS.-WO halm
just added another large lot of type to our
stock, and feel perfectly able now to compete
in the quality of our job work with any office
in Buffalo, Cleveland, or any other locality.
Persons granting handsome Business, Visiting
or Wedding cards are especially invited to
give us a call. We have laid in a stick - of
material with as eye particularly to this
branch of the busineis, and feel satisfied of
being able to please all who may give us their
patronage.
Eire Faxsra Semisany.—We are requested
to say that the exercises of this Institution
will be resumed in full after the usual summer
vacation, with the same corps of teachers
h j iretofoiva employed, and the addition of a
ledy of experience and extensive accomplish
ments, who has• for the last thirteen years
been associated as teacher pith the celebrated
Airs. Willard, in Troy Female Seminar,. N.
Y. Owing to as Intended change of location,
and other prospeted improvements not yet ull
arranged, the exact time of re opening cannot
at present be named, but as sooh as possible it
will be published in circular form, as well as
in the various journals of the city: county,
and vicinity.
To one Covsstvonims.—We are' almost
daily in the receipt of some journal asking
an exchange with the Observer. It is not to
be denied that these frequent evidences of the
esteem in which our paper is:held by those
who are, most competent to judge of its merits
are very gratifying, and we regret that it is
impossible to comply with the requests of our
brethren of the fraternity. Our exchange list
is already iarge,and in the present state of the
paper market we cannot consistently with our
interests increase it any further. When the
Democratic party is once more in power, and
peace and good times return, we hope to be
able to comply with the wishes of all our
friends of the craft.
The tendency in the cost of newspaper ma
terial is still upward. Journals that advanced
their subscription price at the commencement
of the year to $2, era again talking of an in—
crease. The Philadelphia Age says: "If the
price of piper continues to rise as it has done
during the past few weeks, the question of
publishing newspapers at all will become a
matter of grave deliberation." We are in
hopes of being able to •weather the storm"
this year out, brit if the cost of everything
keeps growing at the same proportionate rate
that it his within the past few months, we
see plainly that we must follow the example
of the rest and add an extra charge to our
subscription.. A paper in these days is an
expensive luxury, but much more en to its
publishers than to its patrons. Putiing out
of consideration the wear and tear of mind
and body, we could do a more profitable busi
ness in our office if we printed no paper• at all
and merely attended to ourjobbivpi epartnaent.
With the Republican journals of the eify the
case may be different, for they receive enough
official and party patronage t 3 in part at least
make up for the extra expense, but as we can
depend on obtaining nothing of the awl, we
mast rely solely on the liberality and confi—
dence of.oar Democratic patrons. They have
stood by us manfully in the past, and we have
no fear but they will do the same in the ,
future.
i, l i A ND
The Crawford Joitrisal says that Lieut. Col.
D. C. McCoy has been in command of the 83d
regiMent since Col. Woodward was wounded,
and complains "that not being an Erie county
man.-the Erie papers. persistently overlook
him." The Journal is too sensitise entirely.
If Col. McCoy has not been as extensively al
luded to by the Erie press as some other of
ficers, it is solely because the people of this
county are not well acquainted with him, and
do not., naturally, feel as much interest in him
as in their own citizens. We are always ready
to do as complete justice by.a Ciawford coun
ty man as any other, zed trust the time will
never come when we will fail to appreciate
courage an.l ability without regar I to the sec
tion from 'which they spring. The people of
Erie en I Crawford counties have too many
interest.: in common to - be anything but
friends, and despite the Journal's snap pish
ell)rts to the contrary they will probably al—
ways remain such.
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We here not heard of any of our "loyal"
titian', Who are exempt by age or otherwise,
having sent a "representative recruit" into
the service, is accordance with Provost Mar
shal General Pry's suggestion. We are char- -
itabls enough, though, to attribute the fault
to a failure on their part to bran seen Gm.
Fry's circular. We publish it in fall la mo
ther part of this week's issue, so that all may
have a chance of reading it ; and expect to me
an immediate movement among the exempts
to send "representative recruits" to the front.
-A luau named J. j 3. Allen performed the
difficult feat of creasing the Allegheny river
at Oil City, on Monday evening of last week,.
upon a ferry wire. The wire is only an inch
thick, and its height from the egrface of the
river is estimated at eighty feet, The distance
from sl(ore to shore is about a thoussitd feet- -
The Oil City Ileybter is in raptures over the
accomplishment of the affair, and pronotino es
it superior to anything - ever perform id by
Bloadin.
In reading t 1 war sews every person
should make a. •raetiee of keeping a asap
always thei' aids to refer to. We - are
never without two, or three wansla our cam
and hare found the rale to afford a great
deal of eatisfactien. The Ira diapatehes are
very biaadeving Ot the beet. hat with a geed
map. in cone's pommies he le 'salted to sift
Out the "tritest bee the that and gahl t i
better ides of the program, of mato.
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' ERtE,. PA, JULY 16, U 64
Special Notion.
Wan Mairto.---•h response ti Doi. Cu.r'
tin's urgent call, a muting of oitiSette Was
held in the But Park. am Monday Mils& to
lake measures for organising a company to
repel the .rebel invaders. The. atm* Was
brought forth front its resting "pot sad Made
to peal forth*. "thunder," and in response
to its 'matelot the men of the city, young
and old, livened to the gathering pines, with
teeth set, noolata faces and bold bouts.- One
would have Supposed that the entire papule
lion was &siting "to the resets" of their "be-
loved country," and kid the rebel raiders seen
t he prompt ;response of our valiant patriots,
they would) doubtless, hays taken to their
heels immediately, leaving "My Maryland"
once ;Hire tts the guardianship of the "horrid
Yankets." .
The _meeting was Celled to order by Mayor
Metoilf, whO appealed to the Toting men of
the city to v olunteer with alacrity. He 'nu
folloWed by 'John Rodney_Cooltran, ;Esq., (we
print his noise in full so that he shall not he
mistaken for the candids i te for Viee i l President
on the Fremont Copperhead tioketywho made
a stirring speech, in his usual style of elo
quence. One of Bs passages was so thrillingly
grand that wi cannot resist the temptation to
band it down to posterity, by endeavoring to
give a report of thasame. •
"Boys," said he, "that's no use in talkie.
things looks 4 sorter squally, that's sure.-,
('Vass,' yelled out a little boy in a tree above )
The robs havi got up in Maryland; that they
have; and - we've got to * drive,'em out:. (A
voice, 'call on!the Loyal League.') The time
for talkie is post ; the time for takin up your
musket has arrove. ('Spokeshave,' mattered
a gutteral sound near oar side;) I guess they'll
dad they've g6t into a leetle the worse Scups
now they've ;ever got into yit, of all the
scrapes they've got into. (Imineose applause.)
You see, boys, we'll just let 'em git Into the
corner where we want 'em,and then we'll drive
'em into a heap, and catch the hull caboodle.
(Prolonged enthusiasm, which was only dim
tulieed by the naughty and "disloyal"' boy in
the tree before mentioned crying oat, 'that's
played out..):
Here our 'reporter was overcome by the
grandeur of Mr. C's sentiments, and obliged
to temporarily withdraw. We understand that
the wicked young Copperhead who "disturbed
the meeting" ! was promptly and "righteously"
rebuked, and that Mr. C. concluded his "re
ally able remarks" amidst • tempest of ap
plause. A full report will probably appear
in next week's issue of the Gazelle.
- • Lend calls were then mode for Messrs. Low
ry, DeCamp / LiValker; Vincent, and other gen
tlemen of warlike renown, but for some cause
none of them responded but "our Senator."
His martial iardor had .evidently not bean fut.,
ly excited,l for its voice lacked the Bonin"
tone which is his wont in addressing public
assemblage. He was toe old to go himself—
so he ssid--but there were plenty of young
men who coUld,und he appealed to them to
hasten forward. The young men In attendees'
were deeplj affected, as in duty bound.
_Some twenty-Eve signed the roll; and the
list was afterwards swelled to about thlity.—
In order.to !avoid mleapprehetudon, we would
announce, that of the entire lot only half-a
do;en, at the most, were members of the
Loyal LeagUe.
Otr Tuesday forenoon the "inspiring music
of the dram and fife" called the curious to
their doors, in wonder to.know what it meant.
Some, whit - terror depicted on their . faces,
asked tremblingly if the rebels had made a
raid into Erie ; others wondered if the com •
pany was filled- and about to leave ; still others
hesitated between their doubts and their fears.
On came the music; followed by a band of half
a dozen or ja dozen men and twice as many
boys, and then it was disoovered that the in
nocent-cauee of all this excitement was only
a recruiting party who had started out to see
if they could not infuse a little "patriotic"
spirit into the hearts of our people, as they
used to do 'et the commencement of the rebel
lion. Mit it wiz all of no avail ;—the drums
beat, anti I re fife shrieked ; il flag gaily
floated to t breeze,; the procesion merehed
along, as men and boys do who are cognisant
of perfarming's n.ble act ;--alas , for the de
cayed patr iotism of the times, not a solitary
recruit wash aide! to the rants !
The finare of the whole affair Is summed up
by a letter ;from Col. Camp, Secretary of the
• '
eommtuee on organisation
REPORT !Or THZ COXHITTIN /OR RUS/1110
ONC lICZDICD Dais VOLINITEZII.--TheCom•
mittee met ;at 9 o'clock a. m., as per adjourn
ment. Out of, 34 registered volunteers less
thin 20 reported themselves. The Areas of
several of the young men came forward and
expressed iheie unwillingness to have their
sons leave home without at least a company
organisaticiti, having, some esperieseed Cap—
tain to look after sed provide for their comfort,
with which', view the Committee asaimpasly
coincided.
Col. Schlandecker Then, in behalf of the
Committee; thanked the young men who had
so promptly responded to the all of their
country and dismissed them, promising to
preserve the register of their names for futare
reference ad as a testimonial of their patri•
otism on this *cession.
Sithlandecker and Major Reynolds both
expressed 4bei•• readiness to go is any capaci
ty with a company organisation.
Isirtse CAXP,
July 13. 1 1864. i See'y of Com.
The dairy Di,sstck of Thursday moraine
adds to the above the following sienlicant
paragraph
Recarnixo Oss HDJDUD Dais Mix •
Faxicax.—;-The effort to recruit • company for
service forione hundred days, was yesterday
morning abandoned by the men who at VA
took the mint intirest in the matter. An ad•
journed meeting was held which was Attended
by/our men trod 13 boys, instead of all the
men and hoys who were enlisted and ordered
to report irady to march. The same result
has se far attended the recruiting is other
parts of the county, so far as we hare been
able to learn, and it now seems as dumb
nothing but a drift would bring men for sol
diers out Of Erie.
06, for the hypocrisy of modern &gayety!"
In a great ;county like this, with thew thou ,
sand pasjoiity for the ljsr soy day in the Yee;
and a Loyal Learn ergealsation In; each
township pledged to usustain the-Administra
tion in &lilts efforts to suppreii the rebellion."
not a singie company eta be relied to marsh
to the defense of our beleaguered eapital. a l.
tho' the inibecile Governor whom thesi same
Leaguers helped..to sleet, gets down on his
knees, and piteously begs of them to some
forward. 'I After this, , let us bias se stars
vaunting boasts of superior Patriotism' from
those whileompose the political majority is
this city and conaty.
-Tits Danrr to Csawvons Cptrarr.-4elva
or six hundred men drafted Ea this acuity.
between eighty and sleety hare paidssomma•
team, thirty have furnished snitstitales; US- ;
fifth have reported. and the balsam hao*
been exenipted oa atteoust of physical diestAl
ity awl other causes. lgot mite of those wig.
Dually drafted have gone late Paths, Abra
ham's sortie*, Crawford, it is well knows. Is
strong abolition empty, where the '• Meads
of the administration' halm -bait knot is
professing to be reedy to sterile* utlts last
man sad the last dollar." What arrant Ilan.
—Crerfiste , relwiteer. , .
ltovti A. 'Pryor, the estebretat young &e
-wer, is In private in it irargieivis.
leis V. ?Guard* 9141Atposenti It oir
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LOCAL PARAGRAPArB.
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Diaidrk.
Thalami* of As 11lik m}float,. op to the
/Niko; Aim"; but boa 160 Mid oii wow'-
.d.'
• The Park Sabbath Mond kayo decided npoa
hariag a plo.alo on Tuesday of nut week tt
the toad dm Bay.
It you wish, to resolkost ma's ;UM% V
Hour* for MIL Pie lisspia4 your memory
fresh there Is mating Wu It. •
Grin applss hsn mad. Asir appsassaes
fit the Harrisburg market. Tlio people irk
buy Am 'mist gnaw thaa As apples
A nitemporary suggests rasing s find to
96nd tobacco to the soldiers. Others meow:
wend tracts. The soldiers would probably
prefer the former.
esomn avi
Tits' travel on the lakes has:com
mewed. A p yin this city are making
prepositions for excursion . to Lake Supe
r 0 Supe
rior 1 few wee ;
:the pie •Nie of W.
eddy, on the Fourth or o
profit of $l6O, which ii ,
benefit of the poor.
Strawberries an so c d from a custom
long ago Preinlent is En dof children
stringing the berries on straw and selling so
4 -
many straws for iia penny."
TO Past week has been an nn lousily dull
one in this city. Business was itost sus
pended. The farmers are busy its in
their crop, which is probably th e c a .
It has been announced that the election
chosen • at the spring ideation, will have to a t
at the epeeist eleition in August, to decide on
the proposed - amendments to the Constitution.
Bt. Vincent de Paul 8o•
'July, realised tlte snug
\to be applied foi the
The man who pat up s stove pipe without
profanity has been found;and a company have
seamed him for.' exhibition in. the principil
cities. He will draw better than the pip..
The nuns of the vessel which destroyed the
Alahains is the Rearsarge, and not Hearsage,
uat first spelled in -the papers. She was
called after a mountain in Nur, Hampshiro.
Theffoundation . walls of the new buildio g
to be erected on the site of the Reed House
are being laid. Only a portion of 'the burnt
space will be built up this yur—the remain.
der will be reserved for next year.
On Sunday Aveniag nixt, Rev. G.P. Cain, of
Park Church, will deliver a sermon to young
men. 'We are certain, from what we know of
Mr. Cain's abilities, that it will be a Sue 'pro.
ductiop, and hope to see a large audience,
preierit.
•
Mr: Spain and R. W. Wasson are now' the
condiretors on the Express trains of the Phil
adelphia & Erie R. K., ani Mr. Brecht of. the
mail train. The Company have been espe
cially successful in thii selection of these off"-
oers. They are all obliging and popular man.
The' Whir, of our oitisens to raise volun
teers for the hundred days service is !rappelled
tole proof positive that they have all become
"Copperheads." If we had any war men
among as, they could certainly not resist Gov.
Curtieo three-fold appeal to come forward to
the Miens.
Theitaragraph in our last issue, saying that
washed wool was then quoted st from $0 cents
to $1 a pound should have read from 80 cents
to $l. , It was a typographical mistake—one
of that aort which are very provoking, but
which wit ' now and then creep into the col
umns of e best regulated papers.
Lieut. Leak's, a returned soldier, has been
appidated Inspector of Customs„ a Sew once,
paying two dollars a day. Hs is the second
soldier who .has received es office through the
indium, it the Custom HOuse Mikes, of this
city, Mr. Demond, keeper of thezlight house,
being the other.
The iteam fire engin o'be purchased by
this city, will be built by the Amoskear, Com
pany, of Manchester, N. R. This company
has already turned out more than a hundred
steam first engines, including two for London
and one for Russia
The Ob r ierver is now read weekly by not less
than ten thousand persons. Its influence, we
risk no charge of egotists in asserting, is is
extensive with those who believe in its.doc
trines as that of any other paper of its circu
lation in the Union. The benefits of adver
tising-in its columns must ha apparent to all
who robot.
•
Ban Yard and Esser have finally succeeded
in abolishing that "nuisance" opposite their
stores.' Such shocking exposures are very
detrimental to the morals of the young; and
should not be tolerated for en instant. . We
tender tho l .thanks of -an outraged community
to those gentlemen, and proudly sword them
in the Hit of public, benefactors..
The tUncaster rateihrsecer came to us this
week enlarged, with new editors artd propri
etc* a complete new suit, and Tory much im
proved in all respects.. Hon. George Un
does:ln tea sold the paper to Messrs. Cooper,
Sandman, Smith and Martin, young and ac
tire men, experienced editors, sad My capa
ble to make It sunk a journal as the Demo
crat" of lianeester !Musty sit d ould take a pride
in mastaiOng. •
A patios =a abased Holman, of Phillips
Corners, was drowsed near WaUsburg on Sun
day lost. In compsny. with another person
i
he went n bathing in the Bast Branch of
French Creek. lie ins unable to swim, but
not thinking the water was disp, he plunged
In fiarlessly, and was soon discovered to be
in a drowning condition. His body was in the
water about an hour and a half Wort it was
disfavored.
The 145th regiment hu been reduced to .a
Mandril and twelve moo, 'three , Llentensabi
and ode Captain. Its losses kora been larger
in proportion than any of our three regiments.
It started into the campaign, on the third of
May last, with about 450 officers and men.—
Major iyneh is now aseertaised lb have been
taken prisoner, and is eonliail in pais -
gm - Is it any wonder that Mit should not de
sires. go to war. when they road sack ghutly
beta as liana t
la Widmer:tar Tod 411. we of
Pot fetal Tod," oa aeoesat of his never—
failiatoppomtioa, before *a mar broke out,
to 'Ayala( bat a metal currency. Rather
than resort to raper, 1.! &Weed, if there
were .net 1014 and eitver.Siossk iktlie lend
to furnish a ciraidatieg med ia that Ali the
old pots and kettles is the liadshould be used
for the purpose.
.UssirinevaNsavics.,"-The ' Most rigid sa—
alyaespy good chendsta-kase-failetliadiesoser.
anythiag is the Citanicei iskiresm Stich can,
whea l property used; be is. the least decree
detriamatal N the health.. While the worsen
of mar mum. Warta' seestiasests widely
different upon other metteam, all amour• in a
sordid tbsi Ike ANEW ifilsrotis is the. only
infallible article imidei.lit 301 and sweet
brut 41"
Yam as islr KY.)
ly is
Tim auspistiss of tire
nilrOad is elasp•
ties es . g,ssolis *uteri "aid vertu* 'divi
sion was slay yestarday,:two miles wait*(
Jamestown, Ilk eolatr. Le a shore tins
10mm...............
tubs will begin to rifwiteturuiy, add il my
reasonably bowipeetell Oat thWtettio will be
a favorite wit fir Wirt* to 'Atli lake region,
se well as foe bat ssw,eeeL The scenery
ri 9
throuck with* the rood passes Is as
sad boutlikl as can be taut* on may '
line in the Baited Staten, math* route is th
shortest bettresa the seaboard and the Inba r
These idnatages mast have the effect Of real
•nally bringing a large sad profitable busiaes
upon the road. , " • I '
- Most of the original projectors aad.adra.:
sates of this'railroad line firs lit their travail
so slow has been thwprogress of. the worlij ,
owing la financial and other obstacles. A new
pueration is to bedsit by their forethought,
and the guerations sueeeedieg this one 10
still more largely by it. 'Tits union of tire
Delaware with Lake Erie k had it been suoM
pllsited twenty years ago, would have had an
inialordablY good effect Upon the trade Of
Philadelphia and Erie, and would have devel
oped the wealth of & hitherto almost lamer
*ibis region of which was have lately only clii;
teamed the, API glimpses, The northwestern'.
counties, so : long niolutamad "the Wild* .
District," ars 'already redeemed from their,
rudeness. The iron, coal and oil that are to
be found in profusion all through them are
already a source ofvast wealth to the State.
The completion of a gnat railroad opening;
communications eastward and westward, will
effect for them is a year more than could have :
been effected In a score of years without auk
as imprOvement. . • :
The city of Erie may now go on to the fni
fitment of a high destiny, and become one or
the great ports of our inland seas. .Already
improvements have been made or undertaken
there which afford glimpses of what her prord
parity hi to he. A lityge proportion of the ;
amens' commerce between the East andl
• st will pus through her, and she will be-i
oo..• a great depot of produce, like Chicago!
or 8.. &to. United directly to Philadelphia,'
the tr • e of both • cities will be greatly
increased' and we shall recover from New !
York a vast amount of business of which she
deprived us\hy her superior enterprise in con-;
struating her 'nee of communication with the
lakes at an earlier period. We have been! !
slow in making this connection ; but It is &
matter for ;congratulation that it is done at i
last, and a :riper for pride that it his ',via l
done at a time when it might' have been suPn
posed that all our energies were engrossed irt
the prosecution of a gigantic war. ' I
Woon.—Oar, subteribers who intend paying
us in wood will confer a favor by bringing it
in as soonap possible. We are in need of two
gi three loan immediately.
Latest New —The &bet louden at Mit
tray bask to ' ,
i I
Communication has at last been opened
with Washington by means of rail and
telegraph.: There has been considerable,
excitement there during the period of its
isolation from the North: The city is coil
sidered perfectly safe from , attack. There
had been an engagement on the Seventh
street road, growing out of a persistent
effort of the rebels , to capture • Fort Ste
vent, but' which purpose was detestA
The locomotive which opened commuii;.
cation with Baltimore yesterday did not
encounter any force, of the enemy in iti
passage. :This indicates that the rebel*
have withdrawn their raiding parties, and
probably the cavalry has joined the-maln
body or been detached for the purpose Of
convoying plunder to. the South bank of
the Potomac. The commands of, Generals
Crook anti Averill have arrived at West.
minster and Frederick respectively, hut,
it appears, at too late an hour to be of itne
Mediate benefit. 0-en. Crook had a little
fight near Westminster, in which the rebl
els were driven off. Gen. Tyler and staff
have escaped from the rebels, and have
- arrived at Baltimore: It is reported7atid
the statement seems to be well fourideil;
that Major General Franklin has also +4
caned.
Lana.—Dispatches direct from . Wasis.l
ington announce that the rebel* were rel
pulsed in their attack upon Fort Stevensi
and that on Wednesday morning they
withdrew from in front of Washington 4
and, driving before them the trains con
taining the fruits of t heir raid, recrossed
the Potoinac. It is reasonable to supplse
that immediate pursuit will be made, and
that the enemy will not be allowed to es.
cape without severe punishment.
Pros Gnat's and tinermaa's./nales.
From the Army of the Potomac we lewd
that our forces are still engaged in planbr
ing artillery for the purpose of shellihg
Petersburg, and that there ere apparently
no indications of a decrease in . the num:
bets of tbe rebels. Our eliells have set the
town on. fire, but the flame., have been
extinguished, not, however, without caner
ing considerable 'damage. The people of
Petersburg are represented as prepared bit
see their town laid to ashes if the fate of
war should so decide. Tie inhabitants of
Richmond tare veryjetbilatit over the *
salts of the rain into Maryland.
From General Sherman's army we hive
information confirming the retreat of the
Confederates across the Chattahoochee;.
They &redrawn up behind the river and
in front of Atlanta. One corps, howerer,
Is still en the north bank of the Chatta
hoochee, and has several bridles behind
it, conitectieg with the Confederate =its
body. General Sherman's army has it* , -
vanced to the stream. The Federal cettl
ire confronts the .body of Contederateit
north of the river; the wings are advan ced ,
on each aide tO the river bank. The Mit=
tahoebee is about six miles from Atlanta.
Larstrr.—lnformation received this (Fl -
day) morning says Mimi= has .orneeed
the Chst#hdoobie, and his advance is now
within three miles of Atlanta.
ow, Poulain, Bounties. Arrears of Pay,
can be procured by the Widows, Orphans,
and next of kin of those who have died is the
service of the United States ; also. by Suld!bre
and Seamen who are disabled by woundslire
ceived er disease oontraated, u n application
to. G. P. Garners, Lioeaaed Miliusu sad
Nand Clem Agent. Mee fa the Comien
Conseil Room, Wright's Mock. corner Siete
and Pink sts., (ander the Digthrick °SIM
Erie, Pa. 1 _ 7-y
Stray COW.'
QTRAT E,l) from, the resideoce of the
seleeriber. is tee. asset tie fele et Jane leit.la
greaser ale LID COW. Wberper lOW POWs Iree ere
n infbnostieme vim* die Noy le &erg will be Übe*
17 j-
leearde4. L. S. MCWZbealt.l
Notice to School Teachere.
WRITTEN Application for the pod.
v ttoi. at mad ' s' sad anise..* to the setteel, or
I i :creek. terNogeollest ached Dbftletordi be • esetee4
by lltteSeneeery up to Aurae 4,11M1L Mitsui t •be
eighteseuthe. JOON ILtW a
179-84 t. -
7. & flail.
, . . I_l
NEW GROCERY STOFIE:
i
no whistolgool ben mom 4 a ow Illosery Shah. os
I
Karr some or arm yr. sa monk "WO
• or RAILROAD lIRIDOC. , • . 1
Mere that Wood koop4i o,t!al soli" et,
GROCISSIttiIh :,. - -- • - •, I 1
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Viairlignine• • 1 1 ' 1 .
11811711r i , 147.6 .
. -
caocasaT WARS*
• TAMILS'& /10n0.
- WiLboW,ll4otlt,
COXItiCTIONAWNS. . 1 . 1 1 .-
TOIACOO * CHUM%
hod eiegthisti oisally es head taus eisiohlith.lt et
, the pot ii
To ate delmmiset to ilk, onset toihrosiatele u t
aloe teders he the ("est tart the Vii AS ,
eiollieet that ye toe Om Why et ' • - ' • •
!NOME 1 T. A. truant a
•
Erii,Virb
&Wee. vsiodtet trait, Mile. &eel_ &me
&rot ietti&a. UM= ara=l4ll)l4
Boner &Burgess' Colima.
IZ:I=EEI
CONFECTIONERY.
•
FANCY CANDY, of all !dads,.
PLAIN CANDY. do.,
FINEST FRENCH CANDY, do.,
CHOCOLATE CANDIES, do.,
CREAM CANDI'ES,
Fresh French Candies every day,
Fresh Cocos Nut Cream do.,
Fresh Almond Candy do.
ORANGES, LEMONS,
TAMARINDS, RAISINS,
FIGS, PRUNES,
CANNED TOMATOES,
CANNED PEACHES,
PICKLES. SARDINES,
° GUARA JELLY.
FINE SALAD OIL.
HERMETICALLY
SEALED OYSTERS,
ORANGES AND LEMONS
ARRIVING ALMOST DAILY.
PHOTOGRAM ALBUMS'
AT REDUCED PRICES.
FINE MOROCCO WALLETS,
LADIES' MOROCCO WALLETS,
LADIES'FINEPORTMONNAIES.
A NICE ASSORTMENT OF BIRD
CAGES. A NICE AND DURA
BLE TRAVELING BASKET..
MEERSCHAUM PIPES, .; •
BRIAR PIPES.
MEERSCHAUM CIGAR TUBES,
AMBER CIGAR TUBES,
TOBACCO BOXES,
• TOBACCO WALLETS,
MAGIC TOBACCO BOXES,
GAMES & AMUSEMENTS,
DRUMS AND FLAGS,
UNION CLRDS,
PENS AND PENCILS,
PAPER A ENVELOPES,
ARNOLD'S INK, GENUINE,
MEMORANDUM BOOZS.
PASS BOOKS. SLATES . AND
BACK-GAMMON BOARDS,
FINEST ENGLISH LEAD
P E N C I L S,
CHESSMEN,
CHEQUEBILLN,
DOMINOES.
OUR icsuar b MOSS COUGH
CANDY IS SELLING RAP-
CHINA DOLLS. all - Sizes,
PAPIER MACRE DOLLS, do.;
DOLL HEADS, New Styles,
TOY PAINTS,
A large Assortment of Toys & Notions,
HANDKERCHIEF EXTRACTS, /
FLAVORING EXTRACTS,.
PERFUMERY.
NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUS,
HAIR OILS AND POMADES.
A LARGE STOCK OF
FRESH BREAD!
FRESH CAKES
FRESH CRACKERS!
FRESH MACAROONS!
EVERYTHING FRESH!
ICE CREAM,/ • •
LEMON ICE..
ORANGE ICE,
PYRAMIDS.
MACAROONS,
KISSES, LC.,
MADE TO ORDER,
AT RIME t TVA6III3W.
We ♦e a nice Assortment of
RUBBER BALLS.
RUBBER COMBS.
RUBBER BRUSHES,
RUBBER GOOM,
• L's,
OF ALL KINDS.
20,000 CICARSI• •
Choice Braitds, st Wholesale •snd Beta;
BALTIMORE OYSTERS
RECEIVED DAILY,
i AT BIM= tic BVELDZIM
AN ENDLIi:k;
VARIETY OF.
Mrs tiri4
I ' nit& & 11171WIDSV.
WE ARE BAYING PARTICULAR,AT
• TENTION To THE JOBBING TRADE
AND OFFER ANYTHING IN OUR
LINE UPON FAVORABLE TERMS
TO THE TRADE. CATALOGUE
SENT UPON APPLICATION.
Bener & Burgess,
NlO.l wasatErs =mt.
Itiie. May 4,11864.
FRUIT.
FOR RUMMER USE,
KEEP IN ANY CLIMATE
NOTIONS,
IDLY AND GIVING
GOOD SATISFACTION.
DOLL HEADS, ill Styles,
CHINA BABIE,S, all Sizes,
DOLL BABIES, all Sizes,
TOY BOOBS.
CHILDREN'S CABS,
CARRIAGES,
PERAMBULATORS,
DOLL CARRIAGES,
TOY CARTS,
DUMP CARTS, &C.
I=
NOTIONS AND
FANCY GOODS,
Rank PEIMA.
p ,- 7•7 . , . -
Siegel, Vincent as Co.,
(Sit*uors to C. avet,)
MUMS IN
Grocerks, Flour, Pork, Fhb,
SALT,
WA.T&R
LINE,
CARBON OIL,
Map Whii, Liquors, Cigul aid
TOBACCO,
CANDIES, l',.
CRACIEERS,
OIL VITROL,
AT TR
Lowest Market Prices.
UNION BLOCK,
Detrain Broyles Haat sad Trough St.
marl964-tt.
Soap Stone Griddles !
A vie:Taunt and desirable edict* for tha kitchen—
will bobs cakes Y . iikioat the ap lication Of rms. , aka
ishbac the dieigreloble divot lawrfed to clothing, ha.,
by enlace of Wallet.
ALL HOUS.KIMPERS SHOULD HAVE
1 THEM 1 . - '
A kAl " ; t e 4) 1 th Alit Id OPT their um assails
time, will • tine tidle 4to the mut sad tier
housekeeper. Pm eats at
Young's Emporlum,
xi). 4 WRIGHT'S BLOCK.
EM:BROIDERY•I
Chenille, sad Wilds for Embroidering, all 4%10111 and
abide*, toptlterVith Needles feel kinds, Canvass, Bris
tol Board,
‘ Young's Emporium,
1601 4 WRIGHT'S BLOCK.
onAam CRAEIHI
1400 yards Omsk last mend and tor ado at
Young's Emporium,
;NO. • vuoura BLOC'S.
POLAR•, REFRIGERATORS!
Th• best ukl most vestal raw esawafaetared. Bola
LAN irtesitlit rtesip'es.-it 'e list the tbtog for Moan
hoppers EC, v err •rtt el • of f.lud nivel In them are int
wrreed Halt atoll Male, while the advatraire It p. ...es
is saris( to sad fursitehtag cold water nor drtrittee par
}am woot ;a be t mod in sac other wkinof.rtore
ha.* the elm ode.*race thorn lisle. sad sa
azatalaattoa their merits
J. 5. K. YOUvG,
No. 4 'X nrtv."..lock
•DTSt
iea - MAN I OOD
How Lost How Restored
TrST Pt 7 BLISIIED a E' Lion c f
ft, De. erteceerzt.t.'s ......o f• e.er nn it,
radius:Ore coeVcier) o ••TSILICAT I.llosa, or
Weekrwee Inv , tiontsry Semi. al t oases, lank
rani. Yeatil and P trite Impeditoca, to
it arm" eta able, Con.rtqw, Eft' stet and Fill,
ladooal by wrif-indelefrree or small tiwt *Terence
re Pneet,';in a "waled ewer ope, act% 6 eel ta.
The osl,bl shed Lath,* it thin adtaitah'ir sassy, &Only
dattionetratealrem AI thirty years "nee •fal prec.tos,
that toe abr.:nor coomluenve of eel , atm.r oozy re red
-1,16 , y eared ...Moat .be d..age -so s am of internal med.
Seine r the appl•nit ton or be tn.f&—nointitg sot* mode
of en,, at omit simple, eertsua asti elffttnal, by me Ire of
which every en6rr-r, no matter what his eonditine may
be, can clartchisseelf cheaply, priratel and rah .
Cr Teta Lettere should t• in the hauls of every
youth and every man it the land.
§tent oaderee.ti s itut plata mraelope, to sow address. on
the rootlet of Ws tante, or two poetics Stamm. Andreae
the publisher', CRAB. C KLINE is CO,
, \ 127 Bowery, X. York.
1.1141114, Pert OfEete Box, US&
& Erie IL R. Propeller Line.
RUFTALO;SRIE AND OE lIT WEEK
LY LLNE. THE orArNull PROPELLER
ettlark, • • Capt. C. sy. Yam Patten
Will lean Me for Detroit 4tri7 SaTURD Y, a , r
o'cloek'p m.. rettirniag on WISDNE4D tT morolog, and
lave for Buffalo at 7 o'clock. Loariog &Wald for Erie
Friday or at o'clock. Harlem drat el:wan:roc.
=dation for mere and rood capacity for Freight.
Patronage aalleitod Apply as boand s or to
C. AL Valrity
Gee Paa;soger and lett afoot,
at Gray & Parlor's Store.
corrooarsoe. CLIO k CO, igoots,.,
J. W. Roraima*. Os D. WAIXIX, Agent.; Erie.
8.0. 014.D1r, aLOULL k OILLZTT, aigitotssf4tngt.
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•, New Firm.
T Am.E.Q.P. CROOK, having taken:in - his'
Ty mot h Azar E., u a paztaer, an Meta davit! Apr%
1a64, maim the dna of JANlE47_,..catOttliC It SON,
&sine& biome eatlbioait of kis old 1111Prili , j o r
sou krunriaj r thimaradno Wetted to hum are requeited
to mall aad. a rttle Ethan delay.
JAMES P. CROOK & SON, .
11011GliAtitl . PLAILNED LUMBER !
AND /I aCreaCt. Or
Lida ? t ask Fnan, Boon aid
NOI LDEttOB &XD MYST 12..VCE.
Scroll Sawing, latching & Planing
DONK TO ORDE:t.
allep es Pima it., bete!!! ftti sad SO SU.,
4 Eiti,E, PA. -
Ir=dly 'mai the 'Litanies et the plane to Mir
&militias lots ) wart is the mart stay* promptly amid
on term Baste r lass ap many!, saw
ahopaimith eaperior ateabisery, vs teal coalldeat et ler._
la g f_atiro so dittos. •
or Or tram abroad will mein prompt attnitioa.
sopillriattk CllcrOg k SY.
NEEDICAL NOTICE.
SPENCER having located.
rigamoV a la eft" of Cris, A r il chip aria
aurstke toted tor the Haft or ide peekelielr p ar .
tisk" itiMitlim min to ryes 1e802131121, sod Canis.
of the STIL tsflaraiod raotmo ls OS =dab !.trenit.
temp Arinkiswaisil by preuiimit crawly
asexpied Irp4. . Mama spri/41111.
•
•
?arberm for Sate.
FrinSubacri often tar &tie Farm
ta Swoon tp, Ibis C* , ,Q Om, emu osoor; stool ,
ocooorst ooK Woo Iwo bon TS* etty,.. se do "hp
*nor r and- pot at re 6.40
_vral
inthes. wottombrolL gi brood p is beak'*aVg god
thirty woo Weisel ' Aro', *a Maws.* rerii-rr
baoroostfoui. 111111ooi sorommaiew elms
joiSOL IMIALIDOIL
GLASS,
_ ROPE,
GLUE & BUNGS,
_EBig, PA.,
21 . 641.
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