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To GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
celebrated Female Pills.
PROTECTED .4 LETTERS
u - .4, PATENT!
F r R()1 AL
rfr ,ed from aPr 'pant of Sir J. Clarke,
Pheintion Extroordisary to as Queen.
7).11 invalu ahle medicine is unfailing to the cure of all
painful and danger., AN diasseee to which the testate
I. subject. It moderate' all szessi and re
i,,re• .11 obstructions, and • speedy cure maybe relied
TO MARRIED LADIES
~ FM2lll'l - ly suited. It will, in a short time, bring on
monthly period with regularity.
Feat totile, price Ono Dollar, bears th 4 Governs:mint
umr of area. Britain, to prevent eountertfeits.
a,, , nue skoldd LAIN, taken by Female &rise ike
ri p c 7' THREE MONTHS of Pregnancy, a.they an
b,, n e , on Miscarriage, but at any otter tune thy
en‘es of Nervous and Spinal Affeetiont, rainata
. , l'i-k 511 , 1 Fatigue on 'light exertionjalpita
.:„ i,l the liege, lie 'aeries in Whites, thaw PIMP will
.tre alien nll other •i.eariv have falled C and al.
h pfln erful einely. do nnt e*ntala Iron. ealomel.
o r an:110141z hurt fill to the constitution.
.I,,,tinov- in the pamphlet around each paeltags,
oonld bn csrofally preserved.
SOLD RY ALL DRUGGidTSI„
nt for the United States and Canada,
rOR 310363, 37 Corttandt St., New Tort.
s g $l,OO and 0 postage stamps eneloaed to any an
',Tent, will insure n bottle, neatening 60 Pills.
'A Card to the Buffering: .
,q 1 LLCM two or three hogsheads of "Roche."
7 , 4 "Tonic Miters," "Sarsaparilla," "Nervous Anti.
Arc , and aftor von ire satiated with the
tho.o try. one box of OLD DOCTOR BIICR AN'S
FV4I.ISII SPRCIFiC PII,LS--and be restored to health
sl t vizor in less than thirty dive. They are purely
plesunt to take, prompt and salutary in their
ef.etson'the broken-down and shattered constitution.
sod young' eau . take them with advantage. , Impor•
ud so] sold in the United States only by
JAB. S. auras, No. 4rt Broadway. -
Agent for the United States.
s —A box of the Ttlls, securely packed, will be mil
to AMY address on receipt of price, which is One Od
le, Tod paid--money refunded by the Agent if sostir•
sat esetion is not given.
FVITOR OF OBSBRVBIL—Dges :—With
your kind perminlon I wish to say to the readers
,t rear paper that I will send, by return call, to all who
eiet it, (free) a Recipe, with fail directions for inaklalt
erd using a simple Vegetable Balm, that will effectually
name, in ten days, Pimples, Biota's, Tan, Prodded
tol all Impurities of the akin, leaving the same clear;
'moth had beautiful.
I will also mail Ire. to those baying Bald Beads, or
Bare Yates, simple directions and information that will
"enable them to start a full growth of Lurnisnt Hair,
trbiabers or moustache In less than thirty days.
.All applications answered, by return mall, without
large. Respectfully yours,
11103. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist,
.1.231-3 or. 831 Broadway, New York.
D E. TILIPIAS 9 VENETIAN LINIMENT.—Died
of Croup.—What a pretty and interesting child I
Mast week I But now, alas 1 itia no more. Snub am
us conversation of two gentlemen riding down in the
-ro. Died of crap ! how strange! when Dr. Tobias'
V.netian Liniment is a certain Cure. If taken in time.—
N.34,mothers, we appeal to you. It la not fertile pattry
and prat - We make, 1.11 for the sake of your intkot
ni!.l that now lies playil§ at your feet. Croup Is I
xoterous dieease ; but ties Dr. Tobias' Venetian Lint.
3irit m time, and it DI robbed of its tarrors. Always
op it in the house ; you moy not want it to-night or
tvtnorrew, no telling when—but armed with this Lini
entien are prepared, let it come when It will. -
Pr,* 25 and 50 cent.. Auld hr all druggists. Mice;
c;nttfaxiat Street, New VbrkT aug2o-Im_L
t*ENTLICIIAN, cured of Nervous Debility, In •
enmpetency,Prematnre Decay and Yi3uthfol Error s
ttasfed by a denim to benefit others, will be happy to
tonsh to all o ho need it. (free of charge,) the recipe
,I.iirection4 I,r making the elmple remedy need in his,
Those wishinv, to profit by hie experience, and
`‘nii. , i; a Valuable Remedy, will receive the a me, by
-girt) mail, learefally seated,) by addressing
JOBB B. OGDEN,
mrl4-1m No. 6 , 1 NIP il'Str -, et, N, Y
E....410NR a RXPEI IBNOR
OF A ?MR US" INVALID.
rohlikhr.l for the benefit and as a ution to young
, nowl others, who suffer from Herr • Debility, Pre-
Wu,- nor‘y of Ifauhobd, kc., supplying at the moo
, t)o meang of self-care. By one who has cured himself
yr unlorgninz cOnoidemble quackery. By enclosing
po , t-p Aid addreoied enrolope,eingle copies may be had
' the iflthor, : N A7II4NIRL MATIPALIIL. Eq..
,4'61-1v Brooklyn, glop Co., N. Y.
Mifflin NOTHING more eertalo 'to prevent
fenalle irregularities than Dr. Velpan'a Female PULL
7D.) , will in all extra canoe a return of niontbly slek
... without which no unmarried lady can enjoy per
rt beAlth Sold by all drugglate.
.. - ANTHRACITE
3IT UMINOUS COAL!
would respectfully announce to the pub
lic of Erie an.i vicinity that he will continue to deal
c og l during the preserit_xesr, at
H I -S L D S T, A N D,
FIFTH STREET A -- ND• TILE CANAL.
Fcrimto desirin g to Procure any tied of Coal min be
LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES,
And at the
LOWEST MARKET PRICES!
I intend paying special attention to the
Anthaeite Coal Trade !
„lint w ill soon open a Yard far that purpose at the
FAILROAD BRIDGE OVER MILL CttEEK,
Where I will keep on hand
Of that kind of Coal.
t r Orders-for either Anthracite or Bituminous Coal
ail M. promptly attended to.
ur.3-314. r W. W. TODD.
I). W. HUTCHINSON,
United States Claim Ag't , .
PENSIONS, BACK PAY,
B 0 Y,
lei all other Claims arrainet the Government attended
to with promptness.
CT Application by Mall attended to the tame as U
alit, In teraon. - mls9'64-Em.
TO GET YOUR MONEY BACK,
BOOT & SHOE STORE !
• State Street, Nearly Oppoeite the Post Otßee.
F.. Coughlin, Boot and Rho. Deale
neptctfully informs the Public
r,L, removed his stand to the Store Boo m
oa State street, nearly opposite the'Po
offle. where be incites all his old friends and customers
Sue him a call. Particular attention given to
ifulog careful workmen, and superintending all hie
Da•lnere himself, he believes he can give as good satishae
ten and sell at as low prices a, any other parson in the
0 tr. flood Fits Warrantial. aprff. UV.
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MRS. S. ii. HALL
Would reapottrally call attention to tor
LARGE. STOCK OF GOODS,
Jost received from Hew York, otobnieing
Bonnets, Hats, Ribbons, ac.,
Together with Acme -
D II G O O--8_ [
Width she will wu
- CREAP FOR CASH, OR READY-PAY.
Eireolianagigniar krtasitioa paid to Mud /log, Maria,
B tore ollTOich Bt. 7 doors Marra the Depot, RAG,
OLDISICES, NO ADVANCE!
OLD PRICES, NO ADVANCE!!
J. C. SELDEN
IS ST,LU LUNG W-ALL PAPER
AT OLD PRICES. I
- Of Stride Matches just recolved. No eelpbetr r
giogresable moll. TA* Mont Porker Atoka% to ME
Wvret. - Everybody will use them after ooe WWI. For
" 4 by the box. darn and from A Moral dimmest to
my ?lute. SEM 4 11
Oar. Oft aliqiits.
aht but S 'bum
ERIE, PA., AUGUST 25, 1864
Cr We desire to obtala a correspondent In every
township la the county. Political essays we eau obtain
in •bundana; what w• want is the local ann from all
parts of the want, . Any Person witinc. tow can di
prod on harisnr his name kept strictly confidential ; and
if be bee hers that the comma steation le mat la proper
shape for publintion we will put It Inappropriate trial
rp- City subscribers. served by carrier, win be charged
twenty-five ants per year attn. Panama who fail to
mein their papers regularly will confer a bear by notl•
fyiagr as of the came. We prefer to have ail subscribers
who can conveniently. procure their papers at the office
of pa biteatioa.
rjr The hour at which the Observer Is put to prise
each week, is 2 o'clock on Thursday arternooo. Advertise
manta will be received up to o'clock of the day of putt
Er All AdvsrUsetnenta, Job Work and Pabseriptions
from parsons white responsibility is not known to the
publishers, Intuit Itypsid do Moues.
OBSERVER JOB OFFICE.
- - •
We woold respectfaily call the attention of the public
to our f ',Cities for doing Job Printing or every deseripi
lion. Huai rapid Presses and the latest styles of Type,
Re are prepind to do anything Ligthe Jobbing line, in a
manner equal assay other establishment, and on terms
as reuonable u the Buffalo or Cleveland Wilms. We
have aided nearly two thouand dollars worth of mate
rial to the Mike sines it has been in our poesendoa, with
the object of making it what we thought the communi
ty needed. How well we have succeeded we leave the
specimens of our Jobbing. which may be ease in every
part of North Western Panaaylnatto testify. eery
want tasty work are invited to re us a esll. We
can do asy kind of Printing that can done elsewhere,
—melt for Instance as
AU tads need by Coal Operators,
All kinds used by Coal Shippers,
All kiwis need by Coal Sellers,
All kinds used by Merchants and Storekeepers, •
AU kinds need by Retailers and Grocers, .
AU kinds used by Mannfactursre„
AU kinds seed by Medicine Dealers,
All kinds used by Auctioneers,
All kinds used by Railroad Agents,'
AU kinds used by Banks,
All kinds used by Insurance Oilices. -
AU kinds used by Stock Companies, generally,
All used by Brokers,
AU kinds and by Com. and For. Merchants,
AU kinds wed by Sigmas Man,
AU kinds used by Professional Men ,
AU Wads used by Literary Societies,
AU kinds used by Public Mons,
AU kinds esed by Patentees,
All kinds used by Producer' of New Articles,
All kinds used by Merchants of all Trades,
All hinds used by Architects, •
AU kinds need by Creasman gstablishmente,
AU kinds nasal by Artists yeenerally, , -
All kinds used by Public inhibitors.
All kinds usedby Managers of Soma} Assemblie,
All kinds used by Political Managers,
All kinds used by Travelling Agents;
All kinds used by Farmers, or sellers of real estate,_ _
AU kinds used by the sellers of Pinions! Property.
- All kinds used by Renters,
In short, all kinds used by all duns I
Orders by mall,wheo sent by responsible parties,prompt
ly attended to. Agent' fer Shows, Concert; he., whose
responsib:Uty we arena acquainted with, must pay in
advisee. In eases where packages are sent out of the
city by expreekand the mesons or whom they are intend
ed have not a regular account at the office, the bill for
collection will Invariably be forwarded with them.
An active, induitrious boy wanted at' this
office, to learn the trade. He must'agree to
remains term of .several years; ttid have the
agreement of his parents or guaildian to the
same. No city boy need apply, unless we
have some reliable assurance that bp will not
leave about the time he has become useful.
iDemoeratie County Convention.
The. Denirrstio - voters of Erie county are
respectfully invited to assemble at their usual
places, in the several Wards, Boroughs and
Townships, on Saturday, September 17th,,1864,
to elect delegates to a County Convention to
be held at the Cotrar Houser, in the.city of
Erie, on Tuesday Afternoon, the 201.4 of -Septem
ber, 1864, at 2.o'clock, for the nomination of's
local ticket. D. W. HUTCHINSON,
Girwrd, August 17, 1864.-td
IMPORTANT DIVISION RILATIVI TO
DaArr.—Provost s Marshal Campbell commu—
nicates to the ptjblio the following official in
formation concerning the approaching draft :
Men enlisting in , the naval or marine corps
as substitutes for drafted men anal enlist as
such for three years. Exemption will not be
granted to the principals until they bring to
the Board of Enrollment certificates. from the
authorized naval or marine recruiting officers
of the fact that the substitutes have been ac
tually accepted and received into the naval
or marine corps for three years.
No examination for physical disability can
be had or corrections for the enrollment made
after the last day of this month, August 81st,
1884. This rule will be imperatively adhered
*to, as after that date preparation for the forth
coming dra ft will occupy all the time and at—
tention of the employees of this office. It
behooves all interested to have the work done
prior to that date.
• . For their own benefit the public) should
fially understand that substitutes cannot be
accepted by Boards of Enrollment for any
man who either leaves his enrollment district
for the purpose ;of 'presenting a substitite to
Boards of ether distriets, or who authorise
brokers, or other persons, to transact such
business for them.
Boys.—Boys in this age—city .boys especi
ally—are • great "Institution." We say
"boys," but it is a question for debateerbeth
it-such a creature as the old-fashioned "boy"
really has an existence any longer. . The
"boys" of twenty, thirty and forty years ago
were worth something to them:levee and to
the community. They could saw sod split
wood, run errands, feed the oath° and do
many, other things usually supposed to be in
the "boyish" line. When they grew to be
sixteen or seventeen they were apprenticed to
a trade, and staying generally until they were
twenty-one, seldom failed to make good work . .
men. ', But the "boy" of - to-day is a totally
different character. When he reaches his
tenth year, he Is in feeling—in everything but
size and beard—a man. He "puts on airs,"
talks in w style of swaggering independence,
will not tolerate advice or rebuke, goes to see
the girls, curses his father and mother, won
ders that grown up people ,are not as smart
as he, swears, drinks, smokes and chews, and
does many other curious acts, peculiar to_
"Young America." As he 'grows older he ad
vances in pomposity and self-estaeen. He
disdains to be an apprentice: He will not
agree to being •"bound." He goes to one
place to learn some Pparticular occupation,
soon concludes that lie knows more than his
employer, leaves, and - tries another business,
Mays there long enough to get a smattering of
it; and then vacates the premises just about
the time be become useful. In this way he
titres the rounds of half i doien establish
ments, and by the time he reaches twenty-one,
be steps out into the world a 'your"—and
such a "jour !" ,
A gentleman remarked to us once,' that if
the present system of learning trades (half
lesirnlng than rather) was continued, the time
was not fir distant when the mechanical still
of thii county would fall into contempt. The
prophecy was too near the truth. Every man
Oho Carries on business knows the difficulty
of getting trained hands, and the immense
number of workmen who possess bat a smat
tering of the occupations they follow. The evil
'mere worse each year, and the drain of skill
ed labor into the army, promises to increase
it to • ten fold extent. The old custom of
regularly binding boys to trades may have
been rather severe, but we are not' sure that
It was not the.eorrece one, and in the endam.
Wally advantageous to master and apprentice,
A eauiderable number of our citizens, in;
eluding half a dosen leading Democrats. and
several prominent Republicans, mill leave on
Friday, to attend the great Chicago Conran=
lion. The delegates from this district are Wm.
A. Galbraith, Esq., liad Ron. Wm. A. Wallace,
of Cjearield county. • The former goes as a
:salons advocate for the nomination of Gen.
McClellan, sad the hater is supposed to hold
the same views.
Lieutenant Colonel W. l L. FouW ham been
ordered to this ()ilk u superintendent of re
- Col. C. L. Lumberton, bf the State
and Mr. Hill, of the Howii); will pines accept
our thanks for public documents.
On Saturday and Sun*
.heavy raiz . shots
ere fell throughout this county, mielling the
streams up to their briny. Farmers tall es
that they came too late to be of much benefit
to the crops. ,
One of the ablest and , beet papers in the
State—the Lancaster Intelligneer. . Since it
went into the hands of Messrs. Cooper,
!Sanderson & Co., it halt become One' of the
model journals of the country.
A. J. McCreary, of Fairview, is announced
as a candidate for Sheriff, and Seymour Wash
burn, of NicHean, as a'cindidate far COMMIS.
'loner, eubject to the 11;ectsion of the Black
Republican County Convention. •
General Sherman thinks that before the
rebellion can be put doWn a general.conscrip
tion of every male citizen in the North liable
•to do military service will have to take place.
We have no doubt that will come to that, if
Lincoln is re-elected.
A pretty thorough canvass of this county
eaves , no doubt in our mind, that notwith—
standing Old Abe's joke to .the contrary, a
mneh larger proportion of the people than
last year will he in favo . v of "swapping hors
es" 'this fall.
Mr. Scofield telegraphed from Washington
that he has received an; order ftom Provost
Marshal ., Oen'l Fry exempting all persons who
have put substitutes in -the field for three
years, from the oper atiens of the present draft.
So that large class of the community sea rest
easy for a short time longer.
The attention of holders of Unpatented
Lands is directed to en Important notice un
der our new advertisement hand. Messrs.
Snodgrass & De Witt, the attorneys named, we
knpw, from personal acquaintance, to be gen
tlemen in whose integrity and legal skill the
most implicit reliance may be placed.
We are pained to hdtir of the death, In New
York, on Tuesday, of Lieut. Lockwood Climb
ey, a son of Miles CaitOey, Esq., of this city,
from the effects of a wound received In the
action near Richmond, on the 26th of July.—
lie was a young man Of many excellent
ities, &rid &general favorite with those of his
Elk, Cleaffield and Jefferson counties have
decided open the Bth of September as the day
for the meeting of the Congressional Con
ferees. The day is net as convenient for our
delegates as the Ist of September, but if the
majority agree upon it, of course the Demo
crats o f Erie countyire not the men to make
any facti6Rs opposition.
The report in various guilders list the life
cial war tai of five per cent. on incomes will
be on the amount of income less the tax al
ready paid for,t.he year 1863,. the officials at
Washington inform us, is incorrect. It will
be upon the full 'aroonnt over six: hundred dol
lars, without dedUction for any income tax
heretofore paid. \:'
Oar jolly Irish frimid, E. Coughlin, is still
doing business at hifrold stand, State street,
afew boors above this office. We call atten-:
Lion 'to this tact beeause hie adverUieisent
having been left out Of the paper last week,
by mistake. some persons msy'hsve imagined
that he had removed to another,place, or yeH;
has"upon the interest of his money."
has a good stock of bpots and shoes, which be
sells as low as any other man in the oily.
A Wit in the New York Sunday Times thus
A correspondent ! of the Gazette proposes
George H. Cutler, Etm,, ell the opposition can
didate for ?tate Senator. We understand Mr.
C. still to claim to be a Democrat, and doubt,,
therefore, if he would accept a nomination at
the hands of men against whom he has been
nearly all his life arraigned in political hos
tility. 1 .
—Since-the above wag in type, we notice
hat Mr. Cutler, as we expected, has declined
he proposed honoT.
Mr. John .W: Haldeman Publishes a com
munication in this week's gazette emphatically
denying the stories affecting his chancier, in
connection with the negro recruiting business.
Mr. 8., it will be remembered, was an agent
appointed by Govi Curtin, to go. to Fortress
Monroe and enlist. contrabands, to be applied
on the quota of this county. He says when
he reached there he found men from other
States offering higher prices than he was an.
thorized to give, and, he adds, "on an average
they obtain about one apiece:"
The Oil City Register ,pays : “For the last
current month the Columbia Oil Companydivi.
ded, ai the earnings for that period, the sum
of $lOO,OOO among its stockholders in the
shape of dividends. In addition to this they
have on hand the accumulations of the same
period, 10,000 barrels of nil, which, at the
present market price, amounts to over $lOO,-
000. Thus making in one month for the
stockholders • over $200,000. The whole of
this sum has been earned by the Story Farm,
on 011 Creek, which the Company owns. This
farm consists of five hundred acres, scarcely
sixty of which have as yet been developed.
The near approach of the day eat apart for_
the draft makes the substitute trade psi
more active. Most of them enlist with Capt.
Bone as naval recruits. The price paid for
substitutes for a single year, in this city, has
been as low as $l6O end as high as 3600.
During the last week few have been obtained
hero for less than $4OO, and the average sum
paid is about $450. In the townships distant
from the city, substitutes are obtained for
from $2OO to $350. Froni the way things
look now, we doubt if a substitute can be get
after the draft, when they must be mustered
in for three years,, fur less thin • thousand
dollars, and the commodity will be scarcest
No word has received fromilarrisburg
as to the decis o f the Commissioners for
regulating the quotas throughout the Slate, in
reference to the credit .elaimed-by this eity for
naval recruits. ;The number on the roll sent
to Harrisbnrg. ie about 160, although time
are, doubtless. many persons who hoe en
listed, and whose names have not been as
eertained. Col. Grant informs as that the
Commissioners gave him every reason to te
lieve that the credit would be slice, And be is
in daily expectation of a dispatch to that efi
led. If this credit is obtained, our ilsota will
be full beyond a doubt, but the possibility that
we may slip up in our calculation,. eboaldii
dues our mamma to continue their-exertioes
to obtain volunteers. There is nothing naiwa.
the skies so nocertsin se the declaim, 'of an
Administration ere, tha,rerdiet .
at a petit jury. - • • • -
No joy, no light,
No law, no-light,
No trust, no trade
No end of raid—
' No hope, remember
No 'scopes from ill—
No. no, until
'1r!'..41:2 ' .".. i.
We have received the Atlantic Monthly for
&SlM!lsti: The efiletilliiiittblentireets
tents, Whit their Whom: ThilOadmesa Mati
nees, by William L. Brands: The 'Bridged
Cloud, Henry W. Longfellow ; The Electric
Girl of re Farriers; Robert Dale Owen; Lit—
erary Lib, in Paris; The Drawing Boons, part
II ; Bplritilon r The Maskers, J. T. Trow—
bridge; Forties, atre. laisaiss* -Ahern;:
Wet Woather Work, Donald a. Mitaisidi t Reg
ular and IVolaiteer ClFicere, Col. Thomas W.
Higgineen ; The Total Depravity of Inasdmato
Wags ; !rho, Bhtili,,We Km for Dinner? by
Felix bar* cliefore Fl'oltaimig, tleorgi H.
Boker; Our • Fish- to Eiclunoatk Edmund
Kirke '; litritinrit iutiTatarary Ifeliiig.
Daring a res ent visit to Waterford we were
the guest i d Mr. and Mrs. W. C. White, to
Wheat 1014 re ladebk4 ler trmay-ttfed attn.
lions which made our stay exceedingly pleas
ant. The ifact is, that wherever we go is the
county, ()Ur Democratic friends re so clever,
that we fill! it impossible to e resi'enr ap
predation in a way that appears suiteble. We ,
can only say thanks to obe and all, and hope
that oar eburse may ever be such as to merit,
their repeited ants of courtesy.
The Chicago l Jourousi, a Lincoln organ, of
August 186, says : "If any are holding back
from that duty of furnishing substitutes or
recruits, - oping that the draft may'-possibly
be averted , j they are sadly in error. Ort • • .•
have already been and are now being proaU4'
gated from the War Department, ' to enforce
. i l igidly and promptly upon the expi
ration of he ,fifty days given-fer..lllAll quo.
tae." • . .
The M 'rit Griswold, late of- the Reid
House, ha l ve taken charge : of. a large and env-'
oessful hotel in Watertown, N. Y. They have,
many wa4n friends in thisOitY, who wilt wish
them all the prosperity they can desire.. '
Is it thei way to increase the -prosperity or
a commulity fpr its lecatpress, or a portion
of it, to be incessantly ridiculing the piiople,
and disparaging their enterprise.? We ask for
infor until on. • . - -
T wo litircOtiOnsigna - Ls.--General Taxation
and Gentral dousoription.
1 - • caavaatuutamtv.) 1 . . ....
Poor RiiharePs Reasons for Buying United
States Securities. •
The other day we heard a rich neighbor say
he had ?ether have railroad stocks than U. 8.
stocks, far they paid higher interest. Just
then Poor Richard came up, and said that he had
just bong t some of Uncle - Eiam's three year*
notes, pa ing seven and thres•tenths per cant.
interest. 111 x rich friend exclaimed, "You!
I thoughtl you bad no money - to buy with.".-
4 .Yes;" said Richard, "I had a little laid ,up,
for you know it is well to have something laid
up against a wet day, and I have kepi a little
of my °sittings by Ma." Now, Poor Richard
is. known I to all the country reuod to be a very
prudent nd indostrious; and , .:.,.
Richard haver learned anything he
w how to make use of, an his wis
.rudenoe had become a, proverb. So,
ook out his savings and bouglikc l iffil
.. , thsis one was, surprised,' and it
leder that rich Mr. Smith tutted why.
So Poor Hichird, In a very quiet, Jumble way
—for'he never assumed anything—replied, "I
suppose, Ihir.:Smiti, you know a great deal
bettey than I do who! toAltnestript looney, and
how to - Invest"; ' for I nereitiermt i oh, and all
I got. I bold to work hard for: • But I have
looked ro l tind a good ditl..npontoy neighbors,
HA o w - l l yi,st they dire with thei 'mo no
.I . will tall ion Oboe things I saw and what I
tkongleCtlf 1t.., -One very rich man wis always
dealli4elet'emMOy, and Ate mitie•is iireist deal,
biit irastelsOer satisfied without • high interest.
So he lent moat of his money to some people
who he thought were very rich, at illery high)
rate; an d be often told how much he got, till
one day ibei people he lent to went to smash.
He got block shoal Um IMO Oit at dollar of hie
,money. i I know Smother: -olligintletnan, wise
had a - bank stook andite`went to the bank .
and got en per cent. "dividend. The Pii7 - ii: l
dent and everybody said it was Lbe best stock ,
in thircolintryHpaid ten,per cent. • . But. what
did the iiid tiissido bs4erd 114 :stock the next
day !.. Why l why 7 said overibody., Ikoause,
it pays 14) much dividend " 'AIM' iiiiii 'mon thii
the bank went to emiett. Now, that I know to
be a fact}' -Well, hir. kisltis ? Toil so.:rallroad
n . '
stooks are the best, because they pay high di
:deeds. an. yoti'.,tell me bow long they will
pay the ?. I likti'rUilreadit. I helped to build.
one, audit go in ter Useful thenes. But I tell
you what , I 'knitter eiont \ litner.:; (leektird of
the railroads Limp, pay wig dividend, and two
thirds ( and some of them cracked up, too,) do.,
not pay Is 'final kit Hnicitittieitidoeks. Now
that• brietp me to the Government iscwrities,,
and I will telt,you.why I prefer them.' I take
it 701:will admit, Dar. Smith t t.hatja the long
run'itheliiivistate4firiltih lir lie'itihould have
those qualities: • First, „it shookl. bp perfectly I
secure; secondly, that the income should be
uniform end permanent—not up one year and
down thit next ; - arid thirdly that it.shoUld be
~a so, srh r 1 o r tr i . stet dap: comes, and
yen wanit jout`tioney, yeti can get it hack.—
And,l think tirr notes and boutithisve got
these qtialitierme than any other kind of
personal property you can name. Try it. ^ -
"First, then, - I have been looking into that
great bjels you
,Tll r . thin qtara rfati 0 14 .I
used to ,. ititilt,ll. witinl. woritimUch ;'
',began to ettidy it, I telt - yott,*-1 find out it
- good many things very useful for me to know.
I found out., by Looking at the crops, and the
factories, and shipping, hie., that. we
mean the-Mbst ti44M) gee MOlCing is; thenssai
millions; et dolaiis s year more thin We spend.
St }mai see that (sins the itemise of debt
isn't t hair that) we are growing: rich instead
of ' poor, as John Bull and - the - di t mr.
Folliti - . :di thiaka fil)Bll'4lll4ida Will be
paid, anyhow. no matter how long the war is.
Besides, did 79 1 i ;FYAr.lif.4# wfli (P.iveSsuiP4t ,
that. broae Wire the, motto pi! Look into.
your big histories, Mr. Smith, and you wit/.
MK* 'people brelk bogOltaWflopillbseciir.
Well, *it, I call, IWO stook,perfeetly secure: .
was no w'
"fleoiendly, *Youmans Ike Loomis spaifirros and
permanents Lissie you to take up *list
of beaks, railroads, sal** daiqiesseti - essopa•
'aies—anytiline you-elteese—aSS toll me (hap
or WOO, now/ )licrw'msny have paid a eel
fors iap.taao for ten or twenty yesk Not
One hutrire.i, llf s+' sad you know
-'Now, hers is ihs Uoversmeot will psi you
Ishhowt:mityiss Now jilts some
thing tfiat,OropotatarsAncome emery year.
"Third*, loci waoC , sotaethigg 91i ia riour-' : .' .. iik t r g vo- --- ' 6" 1 . ~.,
ketay4 ;say tlatio 144 pate t i 11at0,.4 rpm Will •' : ' " lz A i i ' 01-11-1 A L 3. 1/ ,Iti".il
ask Odf)r bask President,'he , will tall ;on that ! • ' eel Hii . w Lost tilini•Rest•reil-1
Gorenimiiiiissais aro ihi ;Nail hi‘j - O( ProPertY i ir UAT PUBLlfarisD..a . New ,talition of
that is 'alio' safest* becothleiti if . Will
• 'ion it , - n it ' Cu Lvaser4Ve °Rt ' elimiltels tee "' de the '
roam! Toro fortflion, okomfloiso)4 ,4 fivisair.ArorrorA, or
oxywhisr• ifr ihstaitritt 3 - -1,,., :• •' .-• ....mita! Weakoo%; lorrolontlry Ifooniit , hoos:4 love
-441r4.. irr. g(aith, ii i i, 6 ii iiii ut ._ i • ra n% Vence sod fl,fstint loespositir , loopodl ola to
.7 IL- vi i ny4e. Am - obg4Cofgnorfloil. - Katz's, twig
tie satiogs in...Governmont at -^. 4 .. • % l'Con tea-, ',io, d4' setoir=or" l " l : o ;Zr i r - 11 . tif.
too, Opt ikikaotwd 1.9( .Soft d, j 1 cnua 7 1 tbeipir . tilittioilal i•ruidTrearthr .usay,6leii . iV i i
"S s ? ill 41 " °O .° " 45 = 1 7 . " ''r that t he =" a p i i::;g4.9,rev kii(l° 7 l •l4l,l 4 ih el est t lfiet
coda ," 'Wit MT. Eltotti l ,' : - thought
. - 14 10 • icicle ,r no spOlii;ilf6O 'MIMI ihlife—pollitlog out smock
: Llilty cared vakhofft; Lid kotilfo4 • IMP of In at mad:
of 111 4. ' _?I era gi e.. soup, olgatl ' ntaadas• tat t• Of elitist fiar• OW*, oirWinsoelfotooladdrig BHP gm of
What zoo say, 0114-1 Wilttrlcl W sit' to - pot] ;: e bliagg =rithatiol. „zt, tit& litm
t wo r, i ; a m - , t h ou i se d i hai i i 4 '-itila s eit....l ortee: loofOOffkinsattsz fill .tra Wads of wary
-- vooffi tiled oileilaiMe r akf .16•4•16.„-_.,-; ~
igoate i ! ~":I,o*OfAii,tiO*.i,;:- , ' - :: -`...;',', - , seat sodups.uis
.... Ps. ft: any addsoas, off
W . 0 left *IN Smith 4014 thiteade' the bark; : r e ..- B r4='''' l ee ,! te ' roe , fay. g et ti ll aii : vr ell
sai - Ptil t' is B4' .., Wee, wit* the0„. 1 77 - -77 ~.:4 4 1tP k o . r ro mi l0= es i .
~...,....:., . ::::::••:. , c;:z • ,t,..., .. . •-,---- - ....::. •
.• .• . ~,, ,:. •.: 7, .l.: i • •lIMSZATIii .%1 L I: : .k. `: :: Li: . • • ..,, ar 1,. ,r. - 4. ,, ':: l'',:•-:.:-- ..o.' 1
- , - .i. , .., .-t c..... , .: ~:.: ... - 4, - ..tssara ; t4m6o .0 4 ' -Lil:oz,t ...ir -t. oz: ::•. t 5:,;,... }•.y..:
i .r , 04.2 .:Wci:sii.V..ll . :44.45te,
calm plaCid air, which ladiciged the serenity
doing right towards itlewonatry yd his fel-
Tennis Barone al;Pieston—Three • kat
KakiL—On Thuriday morning last an•engine
boiler belonging ton portable saw mill, owned
by Bind & Co., of Bpfing4oWeithip, but loca
ted at the time of thi explosion near-Cros
iingville. exploded with terrible tbroe,lkilling
Lafayette Wyeth, Jeremiah Waters, and Ezra
Thayer, And wounding Isaac Fond, Jr., one
of the proprietors,' and FL West, a hand mu
preyed' about the mill; The mill had not been
111 operation the'previon• diy, two of the per
sons killed hiving been absent at a funeral of
`a hand formerly employed In thamm. The
engine had just-been started in the morning
when the explosion took *ace, resulting an
:above stated. The
_engineer; Thayer, was
thirown a distancie of twenty-two rods, by
actual meastirelnent, and was literally blown
to pieces, partslof his body being found in
over a dozen differeut places, completely
naked; and presenting a horrible spectacle.
Waters was not carried quite so great a dis
tance,. but was nearly dismembered, one arm
and leg'being torn off and hie body otherwise
horribly mntillated. Wyeth! was injured in
the back of the head, making a terrible wound
tram which ibis brain odzed 'out. Ho lived a
few momenta after the exploSion. Isaac Pond,
Jr., was struck in the hip' but is able to be up
and around. 8: West, hurt in .head, but not
severe. The " force of the eiplosion was tre-'
malicious ; pieces of the; boiler weighing from
,400 to 800 pounds' being thrown from twenty
to thirty rods, and nothing i remains on the
sdis.of the suitliexcept , d mats of ruins. The
i, we believe, wore 'all resilient! ofBpring
wnShip. Taken all in all it li the most
terrible accident that has oceured in out
.otsunty for maiki. i yeara, - 1- - -Coansatilugk Record.
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL" Tnocuzs, or Cough ,
Lozenges, 'cure Cough,,Cobl,. Hoarseness and
Influenza, or any Irritation or Soreness of the
"Great service in subduing Hoarseness." •
Ray. DASHIKI WISH, New York •
"The Troches are a :toff of life to nie."
. . Psor. Howe*, NORTH,
• Pres. Hamilton College, Clinton, N. V.
"A simple and elegant combination for Coughs,
DH 0. F. Itaar.Low, Boston
ma. Pensions, Bounties, Arrears of Pay,
&e., can be procured by the Widows, Orphan;
and next of kin of -those whe have died in the
service of the United States; also, by Soldiers
and Seamen who are disabted by wounds re
ceived or *fess' , cantrimted, upon application
to G. P. 01111FRTII, Licensed Military end
Naval Claim Agent. Office in the Common
Council Room, - Wright's Block; corner State
and Fifth- ass., (under the Dispatch office,)
Brie, Pa. 1 - 7-y
.AT WHOLESALE &' RETAIL !
fly, nemocisted with him in the Drag Trade Mr. J. II
OARVRR, un , l4r M. Vllll3 tab of
Carter & Carver,
. .. • i -- . . -
Ey wientitha /ha hankie* will toatittaktititalbtabsettal
st th• old stuid. , With ogle., god stock and inereasoll Tai
Mittel ttte► hop¢ to raeahra a liberal share of public
ESPECIAL Tto N
Will he ascots t the
Dealers in the neighbotlas toilips are reopprettully In
to sirs um &rail before porehairlog . elsewhere a
THE RETAIt, DEPAETMENT
Will WI COndlret,i, SR horototori, io earefalinaaaar sad
*ith ad.opotitton to ohliple oar euatamert
, Co psrtieinlsrly call_tbs notice 'of rhy!ticirom to oar
• • Stuet. .
. CHEMIC4II.II,, ,
Which is Abe Itreest sud- Guest! Ow brought to this
i'meriptmos pre ;aired ail beirke, iirith rtW
••11111 . 41 •li abODS ‘!
TuE utssEs BI'GRATIf
Would wow p•epectinily annoonde tbst they are now in
Tbeir.new Store, .
BEEBE'S BLOCK, EAS? SION OF THE PARK.
. AIM* 04 *Mira 111 very large `I; i
STOCK OF ,NEW GOODS,
' DIRECT FROM REW YORK CITY I
Embracing everything In the •
L 1 R 4-1 E i•
loirbiatither ferrite thly'attorsife&ofthi`tadiew of Erie
Having setectad thole etoek with the greatest care, and
purchased for masa, they feel confident they eau make it
to the advantage of alUto Rite them their custom .
PIItTICOLAR Attiortiow givettio byelaw, Bleach
lag and Pressing. try rg3 em.
itevoltitiOns in Europe,
; ;N . oti E OGTAVO, FfiPAI!EA, - • r
IK t,ISIIII iS DINtT I 1l Etliti RAVI NUISI.
GILT, GIAITII . ; ,OIfI.Y $3,00
The above hook for the times, giving a bietory of gm
rrips, Iron the ervltes% to the present reriod,hating VW'
vial reference to the rune:revive revolution% from lite
subversion of the Royale Kmplre.einliracing rivnlations
itt RennVoiksi. Fir"i# 31 . Terrbin Sla t" ,
Hugary. mods Repo lie to i. diots - of uts Rapoltoo,
to year 1857
tinerps-Who welshp not turn i tittle from the deli&
of Anoka (hi war Istaantle rottellMh , and take a three
lar voyage, this hot weather, semen the water, to look
Into the camel and results of the - Tatied,reenlotions of
which so oft "all Europe rang from stde to Mile r
Above work published b . :. subscription. Good terms to
CittrisMtn. A Ilk. TOP, - poid rflia, on reallir °Tome, by
the Gen't AVIV, ;• BALCH, •
Amnia. • • , - TittiA,Alls4Ar
EATING , SALt4o
The *Ovation of the Fiddle Ic laviteil to theleloca, at
- too Corner otatate'ead TAW Riceele, wed& lute twee
fitted up in: Idindastue stile tad isw
believed to be oak of the p
• resat" in the aft'. _, • •
OYSTE-RS, GAILE.,., • •
Anil ill Made tut articles ainutily kept a Salooa, *arced
uto tads lillT• Ina &welder . •
191IPARATR,ROOMS FOR - MOMS WHO 'INVIRIC TO
• AI FANATIC.
the Rat is 'applied With the
411(401113T . 1 . 4110/12 & 'CIGARS.
. , •
• or NM; that liry trraigelatita are Each u tibia
fail to giwe satbdaction, f respimmot, solicit the pat
rtatue of the enameaalty. •
ap59 . 64-Ssa. ; • - C. TRASK.
- . - - - - -
F. AI. • JONFr ORR.
NEW CROCERY.IITORE4 ,
MIN 41.1 _biitOilmed.a lMO! Eriatpitore, os
Kier • •. •
'cis+ unit DP STA= am; notriefoßTH.
OI_RAILROAD BRIDOR., •
Whet* they Uttesat lasaptag a tall supply of
EIRMIEKIIEtt e •e ' ^ - • -
A • viterrs, ;
ONOVKItItY ' • -
IN 11. VOW WAKE,
CONEISCTIONA El Rot s '
toriceo & GIGA
And ilrerrthhor assisityUn tiara lit so astatollshmsrot of
_j .the tent.
-Ira or dationolaaot to °tree as rood lodutsaiosesta assay
other dulsra to th e arty, sad Inel , o the potato to call.
eantlasut That pa am Ora auttresto iatatett , OL
ottl4ll . lEtt. . A4virsrowa It uaR.
tally arimbilabsd the caperialty II
1 ,7, 5 (rQ )14,11N . 0 SALVE
One OWN , bulag yegar&ttooi.
NG'S RUSSIA SjiLycEnilms
rq . Ug
9'S RUSSIA SALVE!
NG'S RUSSIA SALVE!
NG'S SU,,SSIA SALVE!
ityr CURES CHILBLAD3
NG'S RUSS IA. SALVE!
'Maga' fyIAPPLD HAMA
NG'S RUSSIA SALVtI
CURLS irLE3II WOUNDS
. SA LITE i
CURES OLD 801U1IL
lid'S RUSSIA SALVE t•
I , ,
O'S RIISSIA SALVE!
. ' .2.. _22 CIMILICCULNCEIiii
NG'S RliSSIi S'iL l V'E I
11- CURIV3 SAL? ItlifIRTE
NG'S iIiIISSIA SALVE!
REDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE!
KG'S . 4 F B AW'` lii:v rtligs . CORNS.
REDDING'S SALVE !
, :.iettJl I Ole, CURES PILES
RED I ING'S
. RGSSIA SALVE!
- • - mute BLISTERS.
RED I ITT 'fit RUSSIA SALVE!-
outtel ntasT.atrrsti PAWN,
BED I ING'S RUSSIA SALVE!
CURES ALL CIITANEOUR DD3EABES
pe eddy tree From eoy 'Mercurial matter or litjati:
one particles, and keno tame will Hs m411=11015 intethre
with thn remedies that arty be preeeribed by a midst.
pbysiitan. The Medical Faculty, throughout the Union,
are nq mons in Its praise. The more its virtues beao,
known he pester is the demand, and it ii now consid
ered article. of .40nimhold tweessity--
being alike by rich sail roy.
. . 'EDDING'S RUSSIA; SALVE/
hp Imp 9 in action, nasontapiht at ones, and redone
the at • t angry looklntenefilage ind • lodaminatlons, aa
If by • gte.--UnaMtordleg renal and a complete oast.
trpof r o bs
T ol e lfthips La Ito har ,ca be t el w be tin fore y. to p e ri reblia
ttbn 4 to have a a Mel ono popularity, and ' then
sink . rise no more.
, rir 0.4 25 c.a. . 8.. -fie
Foe 'tale hy J. P. DINSMORE, No. 491 Broadway, N.
Y., 8. :FOWLS k CO., No.lB Tremont Street, ikrtom,
and by all Dnugodata sad Count 7 St .nMospere..
so e4—ti, -; . •
I, Vincent & Co.,
I thimatisoya to C. Siegel,l
er erles, Floor, Pork, Flsh,
UA.f?B 4 ON OIL,
'Wines; Liquors, Cigirs and
, / 6
Lowest Market Prices.
ON BLOCK, • ERIE, PA.,
Between Brown's Hotel and Trench Bt.
- r . •
New Fkim - 7,
. MR; P. CROOK; Midriff.
_lsktni in his
oon.fansp. g.is.stisstsorost tadlet.div admit,
tindafr, the ..itrea uswa,Or JANCS P, CROON & 80N,
etilientaileteimsitt d Mink, goeitosta ; AN
knowing themselves indebted to him am requested
I and settle without delay.
I , I . "••.- , •
JAMES P. CROOK & SON, "
1•- , r• •• . DILLIZIII IX
E(4II7GIVA.ND PLANED LUMBER 1
. ' --,: .. ,Ain• mAIRTIPACIIVIIIII or
',llllisdot,lll,St, 'Frames, Doors and Blinds!
Chr t l
''' ' liitOß AND PICKET FENCE. ' •
Alga; Triag, Matching & Manias l
DONE TO ORDS.n.
Shaw on huh St 4 between 4th and Sth pp.,
EttlE, PA.. '
- - ywAtieLoyany 9p! the attention of the public to our
rneillt44kaNOAlUEllittftkik Oa Oust of style, promptly and
on Oressaiible terms. tr...i.k -fitted up entirely new
shoPm, met Intial& .. tiutfttf• feeteenfident of giv
ing fatten sub
Er OnloriTgitTrb ' rottetrill bierivi pentoptittte4teele
In Wotttf. JAMES P. CROOK* SON.
Wool ! .WOO/ 1 1!
I ANTED .10.000 5..- lAi0 :1 ,--*COOL,
for, which the higher. TOW will be paid
'7 ; R. S. HUNTRR,
No. 2 lyown'i Hotel.
iiiis I p LESSONS, ,
Can t:bii;,:zi,' , lrl-7 . . t • '...-:.:.
. . ~,,,,,..„ ~,, ~WILLIAM WILLING;
'R eSSOR or MOM.
I . thieve'' ioritiis
FI TER AND, COOLER _ cQIdBI NED 1
• most metal and iikimiallill rule iiiiiiihred In
the One. ,INlarof Thar quaor, Usti or men
Ai 11UAis lnife clew se 147sta 1 .
A fai= "C ialee. and private tann4ap.
,IralialkWlCl '1 li YOUNG'S SMPON
br l4 - t Pa.
OLD WEWEIPOSES, meGaznize,
- . i BLANK BOOKS,
'1! Elf:At.oil.. Clo_ol, _
- BouOt at tb•
B v EitAt4flit.:i6 1 1 :0 I=G- E .
' • 1 9'
J 4 S " I A " t
.. Bel . • 114
180. t...:::_lu ....i :. .. m sg.
1 (Philadelphia ikßiliirital.,
, 'ltitplrfrephillAns baseman the Nefthera sod Worthiest
La mantles of Pena',lnnis to the city of Ma, on
Ifrie. It has bees Lewd by the Pansybanns Ail
, *Of is r510 41 7 . b0 1 11
o t soagtt l ittlni INV! "
Is owar In nee for Pasonsger and Freight boWneo
irls.llanisbara to St. Bares, (116 Dills ) on tha Reatuni
ei rmint..4l..lll,eiittolo.o,o on the
, ':11 . Or " 41.11sheina1111 .an saw_
11121Trihr- 1.1. , — . .. .:.. , .-1 : ' 3 ,'....k) - 866 r, B .
~,_ r . phorql4,.; ..;:i.t..i.......1 i. i3l SO 41. $4.
;II • infri....... n .:......•... • ..,......... 4 .,..,0 66 a.: It
iirrivre,l2:. l . •t' ' • ...'..6 40 tat
rnefilligAibilifteliaiihiliii . kirhells r At
it •S. E. earner I and Marto. lam , and far
bu 01 the Cootpany's agents.
S li• KINGSTON ?
Ja, ambit; 13th and Serba! p4 , „Sols.
' - ' • '?
' ' ' ' •• iterieiGh ,
4,-,: 3 .. &gat '. C. , Baltimore ~• . ,
9. EL BIM 1 IN. GOOMI Fri ht A b, Phtle..Na.
, Philadna, ,
.Cdiati .` Ilia
. • 1(s GLUE & BUNGS,
!CT Taf .
NOT ALCOHOLIC I
FS: i kikri);NA;vrili 4:11
- I,c) 41/.1:14:$:9 4011.,T.T1y
A PURE TONIC
Doctor I Hoof end's
. PREPARED BY
I , lt. C. K. JACPOI4;PHILIAD'A, PA
WILL 'EFFECTUALLY CURE
LIVER COMPLAINT, • DYSTEPSIA,
CArcntie or Nairn Debi ley, Disaster
of his Kidneys, and all Diseases asialsgfroos
a cfiaorderad Liar er &ova*
lion, inward rum. •
• Pallas= or bleed to the
Head, Acidity of the Stein
ark, Na..,., tisartbare.Diegast
for rood. !111. .r Weight in the
- gpeppgb. Molar graetatioas. Slaking or.
naiads( at the pit at the
diSeal ntooesi. .
1 the hiend,Ranried eadt =ng.
Plottermi stinol g at the Boort. Choking or Selifoosting see
sations when in a lying posters, Dionne" of Vision. Done
or Webs Won the Diehl. Fever and Dail Pain tatter
Dead. Dendeney et Perepiration. Yellowness of
the Skin and ityps, Pala to the Bide. fisek.
Chat, Lingo, he, ristiden flash.' of
Baraing in the per, Doe. •
dent hisschsatkis of kr%
. sod peat Depres
stela of •
• . spirits.
AND WILL posrrivux ?MINT
YELLOW FEVER, BILIOUS FEVER, kO.
THEY !CONTAIN NO
ALCOHOL OR BAD WEEDIXEY I
They wiu. oru the above alseease lanteety-abte eases
out of et hudred.
DO TOD- WAIT
SOMETHING' TO STRENGTHEN lOU ?
A GOOD APPETITE?
DO TOO WANT
TO BUILD UP YOUR CONSTITUTION ?
DO YOU WANT
TO FEEL WELL?
DO l'o, /ANT
TO.GRT RID OF NERVOIJEINV*i
DO YOU WANT
R& R G
DO YOU WANT
TO 'SLEEP WELL?
DO YOU WANT
A BRISK AND,VIWBOUS FLING
u. fOtr DO, use
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Pres J. Mertes Theo; D. D, Mile► qf the Zwertir
Beam ef Riligises Lawskeidre.
Although not to
ab Weer or recommen Patent
MedWass Chnut distrust of their d
ots. sad ;.1 yet ham of so enticient ram=
seas may not testify to the Mote be believes
to as received from any simple prepantloa. in the
hope that be may this cremansta to the bemelltof others.
this the mere rsedity la mord to Boadenes Der
ma Bitters, prepared_ by Dr. C. 11..Tacksen, ef this city,
Masao I was prejudiced embed thou far mu=
moan tho improelo that they man abbey
=M a um. 1 em lailebted to my friend Sabot ea
Zee.. for th e roam' of the prandiee by proper teats,
,and ibr anonngsmat to try them.
of these at the b w he use of th ben sulberhig frese
grist sod lon i t t er sa mtlintsd debility: Tree hot-
Deeeginning of the priment year.
ins telloated by t rinse; aced rotomion to a de
eth m o
gree of t
bodilybdoramd bad & sad metal Ogor
Mos mid&t despeinedof bad act bit for
Itionfors thank Sod and my Mead Dar dincting me to
the as. Of this:
Ps*atiA. kr U. 1811. J. NEWTON BROWN.
Bitte lb eten, are wasy ln preparations bid e nder the name of
"pat op quit bottles. eompeanded of the
.eboapert wildly or common nun. mottos from 10 to 40
Boopwd. gallon. the Clete dinialsei by Anima or Conan
Mb - ohms eti Mare has wool sad Rill iontinue to
of long as they_ 11111 be told, hundreds to die
k e pt death f tha&ndoird. Ely their clothe mato is kept e
coat/malty Ruder the Waseca at Aleobolle Ilithaulaats
of the werat Mod. Uos desire %for Liquor la dratted and
.eptap aad the math ail the horrors attendant upoa
• We sad death.
#or those who desire and MU hem a Liquor
we publish the dent:win roadie: Get One Beetle
MIT. Gauss, Marrs and mix with 71ree Quarts a ( BmsMy I? IThiehey, andjlue result will be a prepa
ration that 'War MOW tek medicinal virtues' and true
excellence any of the numerous Liquor- Bitters in the
market, and will cal such len. You will bare all the
*tam of diemtesers Marrs in cousieettea with a geed
art/4166f liquoz., at a mach Las pries than them intoner
Ammarstions will cost you.
s 1 1,.~
- We nail theiatheetioe 0211 haring relations or friends
in the may, to the test teat "BOUFlatitit'S %nun
Ritter(' will are nine-tenths of the tilieuen Indicted by
owing and privations Saddest to ounp like. _in the
Beam, published almost daily 1* the n on the
.rrinil of the Sick, It will be noticed that a very large
rroportion are enduing from debility. nary ease of
that kind can be readily cured by Hookas:lN ~eon
Mere. blamess malting from dleorthes el the diges
ter s none are epesdUy 'Fernand. We hare no biota-
Uon .0 slang that, If these Bitten were freely used
utiongoas moldier'. hundreds of Ines might be saved
~at other,* will be lost.
We call particular atteution to the following remark-
able and sell antheaticated cure o , one of lb. naUou'e
heroes, whose liii, to tie his own language, 'quo been
, sOl/1 by to Bitten i n
htiumarems, August 4d.
* Linens —Well, gentlemen, year el 1-
land's Gesmea Bitten has saved my life. Than 1 . no
mistake in this. 'lt is Touched for by numbers of me
comrades, soles of whose names are appended. and 'WO
won Baty cottdunt of all the eitcsuartances of my ewe.
4112, and barer been for the tut tour yeas., a member of
ebeneseeealsbrated battery, and ander the immediate
comma of ;Captain R. Bayne.. Through time t ar ,
nu* atteadent upon m arduous duties, was attacked
in Noreettisi last with ton of the lungs, and
wee for nesentyawo days in the boepit.l. This was fol
lowed by reit debility, heightened by so attack of dye.
a ging. I Ina them mound from the White Roue, mod
- *D e to this City on board the Mummer .teats of lilaree,n
from which 1 landed on the 28th of June. Since that
time( hare been about se kW am any one could be and
WI retain a: spark of vitality. For a week or more i
w a g no,eney'aMii to mellow anything, and If 1 dii fore*
• morsel doteLlt was immediately three o cep again.
I could not even keep • glue of water on stomaah,
Lifeterald mit last ander theme Monotonous ; and ao
endingiy the !Animism' who had heel working filth-
holy, though anseeeemfally, t. resole me from the
grasp of the dread Archer, frankly told is. that they
=dada ao ten re forme and advised is. to en • clergy.
man,and to Oahe sub' Capetian of my limited hada
as tretsatbd me. An ae4Ylataace who visited me at
the .impital, Mr. Frederick Steinbron, of BigUe Widow
Areh Street, advised me, as • forlorn hope, to try you
Bitters, kadly procured a bottle. num the Wee I
emonomed and Limps the= the gloomy shadow of death n
eeded, sod l o am mow, thaak lead for It, getting better.
though hen taken bra two bottles, hare maned tea
pomade, and I feel swans of Wog permitted to oklotn
my wife mod deaOter, be whom L hare used nothing
I nighties moniko; for, gentlemen, lam a loyal Fir
tatteftestlite rietattyer Froot Royal. To you I D .
Dann I owe the atertainty of life which hoe
oberslthe OM of Tern ban--ti ;oar Iftnis will I owe
tar AMMO pließeg• of Wiwi* Wiling I. sly boom
noes who are dearest to MS is life.'
Fete, nub' fen lit ItiAAO
We fatly tem, Is the uwth Sr the alms statism%
is we had dispared of seeing oar comrade, Mr. Nahum,
reetorsd to health s
Jose aenbutieomptst New York Battery. teeentwo /4,
denim ('o : C.,2lth MMus. • Lane Curet zze.99d New
York. si grimes, let drtWory. Battery R. J. B.
• amnia, Co. r, ed Vermont. Hate B. Issons,"Co.
rt., do. Billy T. noctrowm.o. CO* U., eth Main.. JINX
F. Mimi, co. n ,1116 .malts. IbutaurZoott, Co. 11.,19d
New 'Tort. NAlmunet. B MOLLS, Co. P.,05111 Penna.
AMASAW .1 KIIIIIALL, CO. A, ed Vermont : Joni Jaw
gum Co. B, 106th PIMA.
BEWARE OF COITNTERFErn.
See that wsicsatun of .0. IL Jalluss." la ea Ow
Imam 44' era bottle.
Sift per as ti cts., it air ass. Sorsa.
. gaosidrotgiarad ONO* glo wh. L .afinn bgio
airedr " las
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