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1 nr We desire - to obtain a carreapondest in every
~,,,, fr , g l'retrytion if Sir J. Cia.ks, M 11., Ownship to the county.. Political elliyri we eau obtain
co Ex'raordlinary to 0:6 dikuroc. ' 1 : In sbandance ; what we want is the lecalnewihess all
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nntailinl in the nat . of i di ! parts of the scanty. Any peinoti writini, to as sea de.
.. - ...1 e invr; is dl.easea In which thifssrale ' Plod on hiving hie mins kept addl? nOnfidential : and
II he her fairs that the communication to not in proper
a moderates all otters and re•
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ot . on ::, cd a oroelly curs may be oil two I chaps for publiestion, we will pat it Is appropriate trim
TO :t1 tIllitIED LA DIES - , re- City subecribers.serrad by nervier. will be &larval
_. .t.ly ;ai.rd i It will. in a short liftlt, bring
on , twenty-riverents par par watts. Persons who fall hi
r ptrio.l with rogubtrity. ' . merlin their papers regularly will confer s hirer by nett.
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, ~1,, rriadino Misr, boars th, G overment 'lying as et the woe. We Refer to have aU subserihers
! wh I can conveniently, procure their papers at the oat,
r ''' - ,,,, ' ;',,,i Pf-it.)n, to remit , ounterfsitv. .
r ne publication.
~,, r ,;;, ilread rot br.taLcoi by Females darter Ski ' nr The hoer at which the Metres, Is put to press,
THRE F.': MONTI'S of Pregnancy, Utley raj each week, ls 1 o'clock on Thursday aftersona. Advertise
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j,,,,i,,,v, h.: ni any ig h„ iii . MO, meats will be received up to 0 (kiosk of the day of pub
• ' ' Haitian.
~. ‘ errona Bud Splint. rr All Advertisements, Job Work and Babectipthwns
„.. , I - A Delions rains in
~L s.b, ,. ratton n n Fil ht . x . 111020400.. fron persons whou responsibility is not !Tows to the
~ if* ,,,,, , tr. ' r et i es End ish(t e , these Pills win publishers, mist 'topsail is aubsses.
, ~,.. slot' r.ll 6tl,rr means have felled ; and - al.
..,. ~,' r'ul emely, 0,1 opt contain Irma, calomel, OBSERVER JOB OFFICE.
„, i.- bur : ru t to the. eonst , Lution.
r. • y „ ', . • ' We would respectfully call the attention of the publle
• ' rJr•l. , ni” In thn prop Yet procitaleith piekage, to our faeilitiU for' doing Job Printing of every daserip
.... t, ,, carnfully preerred.
• . • tie's. Raying rapid Presses Ind the Lion styles ofType,
, ciLli nT ALL hilL'GfirnTS,
we are prepared to do anything bilthe jobbing line, In a
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JO3 NIOAF.d. 27 Cortlendt St., Nee York.
manner equal tour other eitabliallneent, and on tame
as reasonable as the Buffalo or Cleveland °Mem! W.
_ si, ,,o ~,.1 g r arin g ,. stamps encimed to any au- , b an , a w ad no w- two
y thousand dollars worth of 'bats
' t will iciatos, bottle, containlog SO Pilli. '
-a ^:',,, .. _
j i tre,4_l 7 , j Mal to tie office 'ince it has 'pen in our posseasba, with
• the object of tusking It what we thoight the eonsillettni
s„ II %Will t 1.11.P.de \TA/title reAfflEflf.-Thla '
• ty needed. How well we have ineceoded we 'me the
.n)q hs, thoroJeldr [cored ltaelf to he the beet I -
1 specinnoas of our jobbing, which may be sun la every
r , ~ ' n for curing Car snail, COLn IT Tlil 112415 1
; part:of Ncrth Western Peassylyania, to teetity.: 'Aeon
1 „ D ,nnt. It him boats farina an excellent remedy ,
wbe want tasty work are invited to
~, re"' of Porte Eyr - 1 , . Dr Arnica* hie been revered
can do ray kind of hinting that tea be doneOleirelsysne
1 . in! assays° h'e often been greatly improved by
. -each for instance ae
1 ,„ I: is fragrant and nmeruble, and gives IMlltni- All blade
nod jay Coal orari4 -- 0 -4 .
1 cflif: tr , the doll hexer pains caused by 'Dieu.' i All sleds cued by Coal Shirtiest*.
~'1..1 Theseneeilons after suing it are delightfel ; * All kinds need by Coal Sellers,
d ts lad Iltereksepars, -
,; i gore i tol. It opens and purges out all oh .
, A ll
ll k i
use by Merch s
used by Retailers an sod Gentian, • '
.r., as atrengthtna the & ,
nag end gives • healthy All hinds Tad b y M wo h ttimm,
-:•.' t',o psis affected. • , All kinds need by Medicine Dealers, •
' All kinds used by A arldnallerS, ..
; ... t s an Thirty yeses of sale and use of Dr flan' half&
AU kinds used by Retires' Agents,
I^t.sed headache Snuff has proved its great nine ti Allthads used by "inks, '
,t , e ^omnieu &muses of the head, and at this me. All kinds used by Issatsetss °Sess. •• .
t ' , and, higher than ever before It Is recommend- VI ktti, seeed ed b e ; l i t m °ek Coallisake. Ireallialils
• =tar of the heat shyalciarm, and is used vith great All kinds *red by Com. and Tog,. Wushaate, . •
,n roil entistintlnn reeriwhers. Read the Certillnsta All kinds used by Express ,
All kindansed by Proresslothies„
-lepele ninnies - in It•i:
• AD tied' used by Literary itudetise,
, u mleraimued barlng for many yea., been aeratn- All kinds need by Public Marrs •
ail Dr Iferaball'n Catarrh awl Heidi be Sant ;and • All kinds used by Patentees, z '
'3 our aria aimed , trade, cheerfalir slate that wee be. , 111 kinds usedl2_ l _l l b '' , Preduceri ta l o o f f 14 :1 A •I' I t o t • a. -
.t to be erinef,ln every respect, to the tetommenda- 1 All kinds used by Azehlteets.
, r iren of it for the cure of Catarrh Affsetlene, sni ; Ail kinds used by Drguerreso Bstablialumeats.
i . . I. decidedly the beat -article we have - ever known ; All kinds lased by Artists generally, : All kinde nand by Public ifuhiblteta.., -
• e nrninno diPVIS/LT of the Fiend.
.-k Pe-re, Reed, a nett. aro , Brown. lumina & j All kinds need by Political Manalletle
~. .-4. Cut!sr A Co. Seth W.' fnorie. %%toren, Fairhank 1 All kind, used by Travelling Aunts. , -
',ton ; hens hew, Ednaaude k Co. H it Fla', 1 All lids seed by Tanners, or sellers of red estate,
'aud Ire ; heroes & Park, All & t.. sands_ at ashen All kinds urd by the sellers of Pet eenal Propertt
*, u ., Israel Minor k re ,as
k Pobblns, 4. • All kinds used by Renters. •
... n ;' & Co., M. Ward, Close k Co.,- Bush. di Gale, ; in short, ankh/di usidby alleasseet.
trra. !i Orders by matiothenennt by tespoulble partisa,proaapt
; ly attended to. Agents for Shows, Contort; Is., wheel
reeponsib lity we ye net aegasinted with, land poplin
stdrsece. IQ eases where paekeires are sent rid of the
city by express And the earsanifor wheats they as. intend
ed hare not a regular account at the °Moe,to bill for
itollectlost will lonriably be forwarded irith
hy ell ;)ruggiat I. Jrzs- it
3+.DN: Pitt. VII a NOvn hare occurred to this
,•urt-r d•,ring the fas , three nr four yew's, but
a-ongerfal than the Revnlatlone:in COTire,
-roi riccne th,e 1-outs of the prop's, by CRISTADO.
The hist-mien of the armee'. great
orrt ^Jriuls no t. the triumphs over 0 , t1.•
Wt. a complisted by this powerful
cernt.b . * which insttntseenusly
n'lnn2iemq cal:P or theh2.ir iota ilsek cor
t as any that Ileavea ern bestoritt
, t 1 of ror.n or wArnan.
Cri,tod tries Illtifr Prenervattirif,
th- drey ing and promoting
• r - ^ rt ••••titb of Vtit htir, and of ittalf
•I •' •t.-ra Vitt protoots the 6hTTet,4 tram
.•••• : .' , r•and under all eliTiea,
),, 11, .1. ‘1)03 , 4..i0. kotorif,yive,
ll,vall h og,i;•tt tont .9211E4 by all Frafr
A. Card to the Suffering
a ‘i.tu‘i• two or throe h - cabandi of. "Rnehn."
1 4 .1.•,+ns " "r•ranadineril.•." "4.11 , 01111 %nth
t- ke an I reter yno Ire ratiatied with the
I .r, Ana b,la of ni,r) nficroft Bt c; I • N''R
.•..I PlETA—and bq re.terei to beeltb
• I lasi than thirty tiara. Tbay are pnae'y
Caltant to toio. pr. MTI , nod Pllll3tirf In tinge
• t; a •,,,,;zon .lawn end , hattered cqnstltnttoo.
ran tako !limn with advantage. ImPor
. Via 17n1In 1 -telea only by
JAR 4 . nut., s-o Broadway.
Agent 'or the United Skates.
nt the rela,•ennraly rtad'ael. will Ira ma+
• nr a , d•tali on receipt el:00h la o.e D01..'
..' pazi—mones requadnd by the Agent if entire
n is not given. jvcB-3en.
PiTOO 0V 04V 4 EltVER—Tican Sin :—With
your kind perntis.don T wish to sty to tho readers
'7 paper that I w;11 rind, hy return mat!. to all who
Trree) a Firlite, with full direetinna for making
tr a Amp!" ,getable Balth, that will effectually
la Ten dais, Pimples, I:Botches, an, Frtekles
.i.ipuritiws or t h e bkin, leaving the same c.w.0.,
n mall fro to: /mac .livinr: Bald Annie, or
simple directLo:ta end information that trill
to atar• a ful growth or Luxuri - nt Fair,
nr mon■Nchs in less than thirty days,
answered. by return mall, willoot
HO3. F (MAMAS, Clismist„
611 Broadway, New York.
ii.TOllllO.O VAN ETIA'N LILNI BINIT.—Mors
:" . .111 - 11:111 This iv to cern y that for the last
•‘r. I hay 11 ,, 41 In my firnile De, Tobias' celebrated
....I.LLinent. and in every instance bare found it
• to recotinendation , . I hare found It to
nointanenua relief in calms of toothache,
• .1: t Is rube, sure throat, port in the chest mad
rhensustis , , and I cheerfully renommend its
• cr,r) n.,e afflicted With tsar of the above-named
• JA\rr3 11. 'WARNER.
v:!PiRD. CGSN, Oat. 16tb, 1661.
~, I !;) c.-nt4 :4. - ild by et druggists. Office,
ill: Street, New York. Oct6-Ito.
dLciiNrc. , o 4 lo.Ns EXPEKI ENCK
OF A NERVOUS mrALTa.
! , r the bonerit and as a caution to young
t:10;11.rs, who suffer from•Nervoos Debility, Pre.
of Manhonda &c., supplying at the 1ii024.
...ne.st..4 of aelf.cnre. By one who has cured himself
, :'ffroieg eongiderable quackery. fly eneloming
.ca i 1 1 4 14reued envelope single copies may be had
Narnalo ct. MAT Palk Rau .
• 4-1 Y Brooklyn, Kings Co., N.Y.
bENTLE , IA:q. en - Zd of Nervous Debility, In
mpe , eney, Premolars Deese and Yinathfal ICrrer,
# deritre to benefit others will be happy to
o. ell -hn need ft. (free :o charge;) tbe• recipe
"A: nos. to. matins the eilon'e remedy used ite ble
Tb ,s,ebtaz to probt by hie experiecies,
o+r-41sable ißensed,, seceivw.the a me, by
(care(lly esahod.) ar addronsing _
OLiN' B. f , OCK'sf,
No. Go Names Str et, N. Y.
VW, WIQII Tu tits CUR.I4OIP-= Dtt. SU.
C' gc(II.1 4 11 SPP!HPIC PILLS Cdr.. In hu
the worst calf!, of NIIII.Vtit iN CA-clutch
rittve Den ty Sermon' Wetkea.,ta, Insanity,
and Necrotic Affeelenc, Ao Unite
4 • t,At c •use produced. Price one d tiler per box.
by maij, on re'tiPt of as ordyr. ono box
cure In enact c..tece. 4,ldreive
. JAMES RIMER
Gel:ord Agent, 127 tit n &dray , New fork
I '4E% I* NOTHING rio^o rortato to ;intent
tliso Dr. S:& Female
RI rues C11:11R0 -a return of monthly 100-
`1 Lint •hich m 'sou:art:el lady au enioy per
n.ccr; Sold by 11l druggists.
UNDEMSIONED WISHES TO BUT
1300 Rtl S- •
, or 1
.j.:11.E. PA., OCTOBER 20; 1864. --
r, 1. T T 11 it el ,
Cod Savo Our Noble L 9 r ld. u
God sites our noble /and, /
From Treason's two edged brand—
, Drawn to devour!
From setae Rebellion's rage,
Matchless op history's page;
God save our heritage--
By his high power. .
Prom equal wee of last,
That treads into the dust
Our league of State; -
That ruling breaks the law,
And lighting blaekana war ;
09d Baire as front its MUM i
0! God, we're wrath to feel
The rasp of Faition's heel,•
On Freedom'i , heck t
Nor shudder less to know
How [bosh we trusted so,
To thwart, with right, the foe,
Our fond hopes wreak!
Save, then, our fathers' God !
The land oar fathers trod,
With trust in thee:
Thou gayest them a chief,
0! send us, too, relief,
And let the reign be brief,
Our fathers' George was Thine,
In Lim thy light did shine—
On Freedom's Sag;
Their sons two Georges trust,
0 1 mike them strong and just,
And let them to the dust
All factions drag I
NOE= EAST McCL9I4II
Laird, Esq., will address the MOCtellan Club
of North East on Saturday evening next, the
22d; D. W. Hutchinson, Esq., Saturday eve
ning, the 29th ; and Benj. Whlimit' and J.
Ross Thompson, Esq., on Saturday evening,
D123104311AT10 SPZALItiI. The following
gentlemen have consented to address the De—
mocracy of the various townships of the coun
ty, the time and place being flied by our
friends in the various townships themselves:
C. B. Sleeper, Esq., of Corry.
Watts B. Lloyd, Esq., Waterford.
David Olin, Esq., Girard.
D. W. Hutchinsob, Esq., Girard.
J.. Ross Thompson, Esq., Erie.
0. W. Guonison, Eeq., _
Wilson Lsird, Esq.; •
Immediate notice should be given to; hose
gentlemen, so they esti strange their appoint,
meats almordingly. •
I We regret to learn that. Mr. Moses Koch has
04:Melt:clod to sell his property here, and re
mave to Philadelphia. There are Very few
gentlemen whose departure from our oommu•
nit) , will be more deplored than that of Mr.
ii.l He has been emphatically one of on
best oltisene—a brat class business man, and
one of the foremost in every enterprise calcu
lated to advance and benefit the city.
We trust the railroid officers in thli vicini
ty will promptly inform us of say armor
made in the time tables of their roads. Sev
eral unpleasant mistakes have rectally emu
red from a failure to attend to this important
Democratic Kash Meeting at Me ad lUe.
ne t Democrats of Crawford county have
&Kidded to hold a Gnat Maas Meeting at
liesdrille,tthe 2d Of November. Some of the
best opulent in the co try have bea► /net:
cid, and every arrange at has been male to
secure a successful meeilog. The Denionrate
of Crawford .extend e, oordial invitation to
their brethren of Erie eoanty,
,to be preemit,
and we hope to see a largi turn - out Irma this
city and county. '
ma popehtlity.of Col. Dee Rios st his hose,
In Girard, ia.bost attested by, the foto he re
eetved. He ran 26 ahead of the ticket * sad
had a majority of 11 over Mr. Lowry.
AN Examen , Armin —Sirs. Window's
Soothing Syrup is an excellent article; for all
diseases of children... It relieves the child
from pain, regniates•the stotaaeh and bowels,
anc‘tby giving heal* to the child, comforts
and rests the mother. Darts' the process of ,
teething its veinal/ inestimable; cures wind.
colts and griping 'ilia bowels. Prim 36 cis.
per bottle. '
Wonder if it is good far gietletto whe hays
been seriously ;disappointed is tbi election
. so,We urgetttly recommend it to
the Republi can managers of this county, set
a few of 'WI Died 'saki ui s ociti*"peips•
sir Have yen . beest Mooned
sr Have you had what Difi — eoritlo tot
diets are in the army trout yotsi district
sod, sad palmitbeirlases?
Mr Have you seat : them tickets,. Taijß•-
. of Assesnuent, sad the
necessary blanks for Voiles by-proxy?
J Is the party tkoioughly orgasised la
your district, and have lon Made arraagemeita
by which ao 'voter will be left at home 1 . .r0
election day? z -
IMP * Are you exerting yourself to the beet
or your ability to Teske converts, or do you
remain idle, while fansfies and ropes in
driving the country headlong-on to ruin ?
gor If any of these duties have been neg.
lamed, :sea that they are no longer. Remember
that victory can only be obtained by unwea
ried and united effort. We eon win,.ll, ell do
their ehsre of the work before us, but we very
much fear that too many ere content to Semen
Idle, exonsiog themselves by flimsy apologies
which, even if true, should render them the
more earnest and active.
kir We trust:that our friends will see the
proprieti_ of continuing the local 'organise.
lions until after the Nortimber election. By
all means let us not permit - the interest In the
,to flag at this important moment
The brilliant victory in this State on the 11th
of October, is an eeriest of what we may ao
•complish in November it we are poly true to
one duty, and should spurns all to efforts
of the utmost vigilance. Let meetings beheld
twice a week if , possible, and ones at the very
least, in every school district, and if speakers
from abroad cannot be obtained, the men of
talent at home must enter the harness. - Or
pulsation begets strength. One sabre, thor
oughly earnest man in a number imbues all
the rest io a more or less extent with his own
energetic 6i:111.14.6nd thus unity, seal and so
tivity are effected. 1
We are thoroughly convinced of the fact, -
that If every Democrat would work_ from now
on, with all the time, means and energy he
eau spare, we could certainty sweep the mis.
ihief makers from office, and wears the return
of Pesos and Union. If we fail in this eon
teit, it will be simply due to the want of exer•
tion oa the part of so many Democrats , in
every State who look with t on the power
of the Administration, and refuse to do any.
thing because they regard the cases. hopeless.
Our great triumph in Pennsylvania should
-convince them that there is still alphanse v end
more than a chance, an almost certain assur
ance of Anal sum* and induce them. even
at this late hour, to strip off their indifference
and go to work like men determined on via-,
Geo. W. Gunnison, Esq., will address the
people of Spartansburg and vicinity, on Fri
day evening, tia 21st hist,
The speech of Hon. - -Wm. D. Northend, if
Silent, Mace., delivered at Union, will be
found on our first page."
The Opposition will uognestienablf labor
with all their might, to Wag the Republican
majority of Erie county,rin November, up to
the old 'standard 'of thrie thousand. They
were all confident Was Wet their former vote,
and some of them expected a large increase,
and the unezpeoted diminution which the
returns show mortifies them - beyond bounds.
Undoubtedly many 'Republicans, like many
Democrats, did not vote, under the foolish Int.
premien that the election was not an imper
tankoni, but the number II probably about
equal, and by uncessisteffortwe can prevent
them from pining on their majority if last
week. The effoti is• worth a trial at any rate,
and we think if the Democrats display proper
seal it will succeed.
"A loci pull, a strong, pull and a pull site. .
getter," and the day is ours. McClef's° au
be elected, and will be if everY'Democrat does
his duty . The cry of " There ' s no hope—wk,
will be cheated out, of it. even if we carry the
pelts," which some give as an excuse for dot ;
laboring harder, must give lay to "Where,:
there's & will there's a way." A united, iner.!l
gelid and determined effort on the part of &ILI
the friends of IsicClellat end Doled will cer %i
tainly carry Pennsylvania, and. rauembe,
"As Pennsylvania' goes, so goes 'the
To work, every man,—devote your time, from
this hour on, to the success of the noble old
clause, and vietort„is sure.
We have neglected lieretofore to return the
thanks of the Demociatic Conferees from this
county, who visited Ridgway, to Mr. Clayton,
Superintendent of track laying on the Eastern
division of the Phila. 4 Eric R. P.., for his
kindness to them on that occasion. De proved
himself to - be a Courteous and obliging gen.
Gov. Seymour will speak at Jamestown on the
26th inst., and at Buffalo on the 27th: Cannot
he be induced to visit'Erie t
Letter from Edinboro.
ZOIEIOIIO, Om 0, 1884
EDITOE 6sa=araa : We cannot withhold our
congratulations upon the result of the late
election'in the good old "Saystone.!' We have
met Shoddy and he is ours. Althobgh at the
time of inditiug this communication the final
official result is tn doubt with us, we yet, know
enough to warrant us in claiming a success
beyond air tnostisanguine expectations. And'
now about the result, in our
, own immediate
vicinity. ,: , ,Xorl will observe WO have bravely
held our:tnwn in the borough with; a handsome
gala in the township, notwithstanding the in-.
finances the opposition have Draught, to bear,
against us in the contest:: Tixs a II the con—
course at Abolition mass metttin the State
NormfJ school has_been dlimisse and multi
rtobilitiosiuveauns were paraded h flags and,
banners through our streets, mar sled by the
professors of that institution. ;
On the day ef our Diinocratio mina meeting,
when we eanti4l#l's/ bud down to give them
a nice little impromptu serenade, the gates
were Indignantly *Wired and the band ordered
away by the Principal, fearing a few national
tars might demoralise 'the students, or,-per
thanes, cause them to forgot some of - lbw
beiutiful John Brown anthems.' The profile.
"ace perhaps forgets that the favorable auspices
under which that institution is now Sourish.
, ins have their foundation in Democratic es
well as Abolition purses. If he wishes to con
*eft it into a political eeneern, we guarantee
hlin . a good,tints In fording Jordan. .
Amide from this.we hare had opposed to its,on
:tile stump, the clergy, all the members of the
L legal friteraity. ex-members of the Legisla
ture, et id ossussatua Behold the eandssion
of the whole matter: The Abolitionists hold
their own in the borough by the skis of their
teeth, and loss 114 in Washiagton township.
Os hops to be able to give you a still more
favorsible menu of enr itewardeldp on the
Bth . proximo. '7B.
fault Cuss Cu: Ilasmaccs ros Liao.—
Being *bout minute's to Philadelphia, I of.
fe; for sale my city resident* sad the whole
or part of the furniture, on reasonable terms.
The hone Wens of the beet in the city—mod
em style add; latish, - with doubltspillices en
each side. of the hell, and Sued throughput
with pi and wain Paginating - era, it re
quired, on the let of or let of April
- The follows, letter was written by a ooli.
filer who salted from the neighborhood of
Wattahnrg. The person roostdad it Die sent
the loiter to ye for pabliciatim end if anybody
doubts ha sutheatisity he osa bit satisfied by
oiling at this *Moe
Ropollei Friend:. I seethed your nits sad
also your- papers, for which plesse„seeept
my thanks,. and rest assured I shall do
all in my poinr to rune our bleeding
oeustry from the hands of tyrants. I - am
now dobag patrol duty is the oily .of
Washington. Civil law has itti show hem,
everything lies in the hands of military'
twatypMs. Guadi are on Orgy oorner,: - and
murders are of daily 000IITtlati: Ido not
know how long I shall simian is this den of
W ggily. I hope soca to return to my native
hilre, bat that hope rats 014 the naiad effoits
of my *Linda la the North. Ivant you end
every one to put forth every effort to eleot an
honorable man to tale the power of this gov
ernment .from their hands, never to return
main, But I-must also.. May God speed
the right sad hasten peace to our distracted
Vote hr LLueola.
And you rote for an indefinite prolongation of
the War, certain National destination,
more conscriptions, an enormous
crease of the pubic debt, heavier
taxation, -the dragging of
militias of unwilLthg men
fiom their families,
and ultimate •
Vete for McClellan.
And-yeu vote for an inunediate effort to obtain
an honorable Peace; a return to the old
system of **Downy in pnblle expenditure,
the stoppage of drafts, put an end to
the increase of the National debt and!
"' farther taxation, restore gold sad
silver currency, bring back hap
piness and prosperity to the
land, and in a few months
time will be able to ebjoy
all the blessings of
Sham", shame on the Democrat who is
faithless to his duty now. No excuse will
eery" him—no palladia will be - lieteepted for
his criminalremissnees at snob a portentous
moment. If Lincoln is re -sleeted, it will
ply be through the earelessnees or west of
courage of those who should be in the front of
the fight. What apology can rush meamake
to themselva,or their taildren in after pars?
Every Democrat belle's" that on the success
of MoClellsa depends all our hopes of s pros
perous -country, of- the preservation of our
personal rights, and•of the - happiness of him-
self and family. "Of what value is a man's
property to hial if* is to be sated op by tas-
Won, and he kinisell is Sassily to become a
victim of merciless consariptita I Jo mak a
°truest as this, the man who place, greed of
wealth or personal convenience abcive his ob
ligations to princigli or country a not fit-te"
be t a free cilium. Democrats, we say to you,
one and all, we eon win - this. bottle, •and
if you ars Ms to your old time memo.
ries. Li we fail, anal be . the fault of %those
of our own Bomber who have contented them
selves with simply talking Democracy, when
they should have boestasostso stlietbdre of
the party. To work, sway man I—be viallint;
be tan tiriag. Consider ao merinos of time or
maata:soo"great. You who have wealth MIL
net it in helping to eirealate documints, pro.
caring speakers, paying expenses of meet..
lags, org salting the party, and getting every
Demoors tic Teter out to the polls. You who
have inflasnoe must wart It unceasingly.
who have speaking and writing talent must
be on the stump and at the desk day and
night. Our eons* is the noblest that ever
called men to the conflict, and we will not fail,
if we rally to Its support Oho men knowing
the justice of their purpose, and determined
that it shall triumph. •
- Woodward. - Seol4d.
Era, ill Ward, 112 187 _9B
4. 2d 197 194 - 195 'll9O
is gd 98 249 118 210
" 4th. " 154 249 157 222
West Illillereek, 118 • 147
409 372 267 170
Harborereek, 146 246 184 196
51eKe8n„ 89 248 28 196
Middleboro, ' 5 -29 - 2 26
Washington, • 96_ 815 96 266
Edinboro, 46 75 42 72
Girard boro., 47 80 47 71
. 4 tp., . 71 288 70 211
Fairview, t 146 284 184 204
North East bpro., 28 121 29 /14
Ili, 167 240 162 197
Elk Creek, j 116 169 114 118
Conneaut, , 60 225 48 188
Albion, - •• 22 59 29 •.65
Springfield, 89 ' 882 80 868
Summit, ' 109 74 90 63
Waterford bore., 48 199 81 110
tp., 88 272 79 222
Leliceuf, , 143 ' 189 124 164
Concord, 89 175 90 148
Corry, 40 107 65 160
Wayne, 76 198 70 167
Union bore., 76 99 84 84'
•91 191 80 172
Greene, . 161 116 180 100
Venango, i 80 198 68 172
Wattaburg, 21 42 16 86
Amity,, -39 87 79 •83
100 ... 141 28- -102.
=mt . , , 181 78 162'
85 142 *3O 180
Total. • 8,260 6,269 8 '
The following are the votes for Ben
semblymen end Sherik :
CoL i %n Bice, D.
Morrow B. Lowry, B
L. W. - Semis, D.
-H. D. Franoil D.
Bryan 8. liill, - R.;
John R. Cochran,
Cochran and gurp 2861
oninzrr. ", _
O. Colt, D. .
Proirs'a majority, sa
The majoritict for the villa sir Paretic n
the &publican ticket we shout 'llte sass as
Eh, above. •
The 'ltlethodist Spopal twill) , Of Cool—
back, Penneylvenle—Bev Reuben Vsn. Belle
pastor—have celled a Deroork tic mall meet
ing sal festival, Oetober slid invited V.
Chest •ey Barr to, deliver so •iddreas ob Are,
sceseia.—.Exaltsve. • - -
Gist as ire are to know ;that. there le_ pair
Iletirodist congregation that acceirrisiMa Ma—
jority of Democrats, we thin t the iisseiety of
Coolbser had - better be iµ aisle other
nese than getting up per tisae mecilega4
"Pulpit polities" have hit at one of the Inds
caws of the unhappy eor•tiltioa of our coup
try, and the one: they ere rebuked the soon
et , will we have $ retar m to the pod eitLtisse..
Ws are lasiorably_ anima& la all statures of
nligi on sail politics, no 'salter whether It be
doss is Ottawas of Beijahlisaabia sr INampa.t .
A Court for the asuuslisstioa ot *elvers.
will be held is , this city, oa Steadily; Norma
bor 7th. laid*t [Sweetest striluld, Dew this
ratmi. • • tt
Ile Coagreadeikal District.
Gov.Bigler has got been successful in hle
Congressional Canvass, the returns showing a
inik)ority et 'over a theusiad for his opionstit. ,
Neither he aer his frlands expected any better
'result, and they do net, therefore, feel die ap—
pointed. Oa tha contrary, there is mach res. ,
ems fejgratilktation: The monstrous ItePub.
liesii Insjority of 1863 it reduced over 1,500,
end there'll, good reason for believing. that
before the . , next Ceagressiogal '. election
(If we ever have one) it will be swept
'sway altogether. B etol we give a wit A
live table of the vote in`lB6B, and of th oth .
Gild and reported majorities la 1864: . .
. ' _ Woodward. Carta Meer. Sold
*Brie, 8260.' 6259 ---. .2864
*Warren_ 1 SMA . 047 639
ill/srien, 1886, 2274 ----
*eludeld, , 24881 1681 1262 !
*Elk, • _ • 722! ' 886 437 ''.• .--
Jefferson, 1698 • 1764 - 244 ---
*Mean, 6221 - 727._. 10 1
Cameron, -• : 216; 818: 73
Forest, , 61' 98 --ft. 18"
Catlin's majority, 2,889 Bcolield's 1180
Thti vote •of the counties marked with i'
star (*) are official "; the rest are reported. It
will b., seen that the Republicans have lost in
every county of the district, and in two of
than, Jefferson and McKean, their majorities
of bait year. are converted into Democratic
owls this year., We have gained in every
county of the district, and to an extent beyond
the expeetatione of every well informed putt'
friend. Go►. Miler eau well afford to feel
proud of Ma canvass.
Detnocratio fathers, mothers, brothers
and sisters must write to their friends in the
, army, ur g them to support the ticket that
Will bringback peace Land happiness to the;
land. .Bend them Deuturratio papers, or, if
you have doubts of their resching •their des.
thistles, Cut out important articles and for
ward them by letter. The jouinabr which
mainly circulate in the army are all of the
moat malignant' Administration type, ands,
.7Democratio one is seldom seen there unless it
is sent by a mead. 'this accounts fur the
large majority which the Abolitioniste have
been able to receive there in the past. We
care not how strong a man's faith may be, if
he is, taken away froin all means of keeping
*mull posted up in his party principles and
Course,and reads nothing but ruinous opposi
tion attacks, he will. find it almost impossible
to remain uninfluenced by them. 'A large tas7
jortty, of the army were undoubtedly Dento•
crate when they *mated iu the ranks, and
they have only been seduced atm their old tune
principles by the hniustrious and uuscruptileub
management of the Aditinistration. Wo - would
have GO fear from the eoldiee'e vote if demo
emetic journals and influeunei were allowed
' the same chance in the army that Abolition
ones are. .But that is impossible to obtain,
and. the only opportunity left of refuting, the
'falsehoods' of the other side lies in the private
letters' of relatives and triode.. That - re re
Sauce should be vigorously employed by eve
ry man and woman who believits.-thst the es
election-of Mr. Lincoln
IF involve as in more
severe calamities tbsts . We have yet suffiirsd.
raixertexraza AND Eliza BaILILOAD:r—It
may not unreasonably be expected that this
route will soon get a large share of, the travel,
and transportation betlreen the East and - West.
It is the shortest railroad betwee& Lake
Eris and the seaboard, and as the Fernery
along it ii very varied and beatiiiful, it will
be , very attrective'to travellers. •From Phila.
delphia. by way of Harrisburg and Sunbury,,
to Erie, the distance 14'447 miles, From New
York to Erie, by the New York and Erie Rai—.
road,' the distance is 608 mites, and by the
New York Central, I'lB7 miles. Froth New
York to Erie, by way Of Reading. Harrisburg
and Sunbury, the distance is 622 miles, •or 14
atilea less'than by the New York Central. -
Somewhat more thin half of the line of this
new road is through a well-settled part of the
State, though its resources are as jet far from
full development. The rest of the road passes
through a comparadie wilderness. i llut al
ready population and capital are potrring into
the region, and industry and labor will make
the wilderness, in a few years, as prosperous
and productive as any part of .the 'State.—
Lumber;•• coal, iron and oil abound there, and
the completion of the railroad, opening a mar
ket to the Eastward and another to the West—
ward,will stimulate enterprise and lead to the
rapid development of all those twilit:tee of
'wealth. The advantages of this road to Phil.
adelphia and Erie will correspond with those
to the intermediate joints. The trade of both
will be ' largely increased. Erie especially
will feel the benefit of the road, and Ire may
expect her populatiOn'and busiaess to grow se
that. she will take rank with tho more impor
tant Cities of the Lakes. We congratulate the
community on ,the actual completion of this
long-delayed enterprise.—Philadelphia Bulls•
~4 - - -
Jona IL Gotron—u :LeetwriagrStoitr&O.—For
two weeks past Mr. John B. Gough - hae,inten
advertised in our columns to deliver a new
temperance lecture at the Academy of Music
PartlyOn 'account Of the reputation Mr. Gough
enjoys in his speciality of temperance, hat
•Chietki througe the efforts'of the Young Mon's
Christian Association, under , rwhose auspices
the lecture was given, the house was crowded,
the tickets of admission being ,fifty cents. Af
ter getting lids audience together, under
promise to deliver itemperance lecture, Mi.
Gough made a Lincoln stamp speech. This
wits nothing less than taking money under ,
_false pretense*, and would justify the. indict
of Gough as a ootatoon swindler. We
have always r.egardtd Gough as a good deal
of a charlatan, but on the hobby of temperance
be is clever as an ictor rather, than an orator.
On any other aubject, than temperance he is a
very commonplace speaker. -There ate fifty
Republican orators on the stump ill this State
who could deliver' a much better political
speech' titan Gough, and would delight in the
I opportunity of getting snob a large audience 4,0
listen to them, without charging anything foe.
stimisstion. Gough's performance, last night(
I was a barefaced fraud, and- one of the
1 smallest tricks the Republicans have yet re
sorted to. It , ill *now be understood that
Mr. Gough is on the stump for Mr. Lincoln,
*Mt these who woe to pay fifty cents for a
dilritiou of the. 'b lurs billiegsgate can ditat%
others, forewe , iril l . not t e swindled out
of their money ad then 'limited. The Youitg•
Men's Christian At•suciatiott, who eugeged Mr.
Gough to dellv the' ecture, are nut ret.pottei•
ble for the trihe played: We hails the as
sume. pf the' deists oflibalotesnoltrtilia that
they were inf ' el by , lir. audit . th'ut Cry „ln
new lecture was, on tempertuce,, and they so'
announced iti Ilied - faith, and that they had
no inttmation rom Gough that he had ',leenbd
tihay other nn eat. until he comme4ced the de.
livery of the looture.—grooklya Eagle. .
This Gough, ranted as a Lie orator, owes
much of lame - to In apostrophe to water,
t one of the knew. in the English, latuttP4e,
which he nses• to most of
-"rite lectures; but
which he plakarised. from Paul. Denton, a
Methodist preacher, wholirit used it it a vamp
Meeting in Texas. rifets York Nein.
The O*n Beat story..
itnong the banners at the Republican deAn•
one linden:that; Oily, on the 6th of Ortchat,
was oiseirom Nortb East, representing: Qen. 11
McClellan as being bid on s gun boat while
the battle of Dielearn Hill was pro&iessing.
This ribald demonstration was the subject of
many enoonidms from the Repabliosns . who
inn it," andthss been the subject of several
tientplintentarrimersgrapbc in the Gaulle.—
That eta y °mishit:a - the des ign nd.
s was bi
I . erss a shinn4ess otMooction, weals.* doubted
for a moment, sad here we path the neidence
I to that. effect from. one whose reliability- will
lot be denied by efelmonr - politittel enemies:
• Eittios.s Aiwa; ATLAS ASLASOIIS
jag goes. suittasent in . the Albany. &ming
Ariffitt6lo l Wi r :W ri s, o .l 4l ; 91 i 6 'its
10,488, 18,297 . 1953 8089
best. mid ablest Generale that ever belongs& to
the American army,lfeel Um, duty to deny it.
I wnimSMlr rider Eimp..;lfolitt' Hu at the
thee oft ' e iht at Malvern - AND, and saw
'Oen. McClellan at about the time the battle
opened,,/ talking with General Franklin and
General Kearney; 6n — the - tight oVthe second
line of battle, aad I therefore know that the
Mary is false Gist hahhthisself away On en
tren-clad, when be was imrconntled by smarmy
of soldiers who lOved him do well.
I also saw him the morning we reached '
Harrison's Landing. He cants along on horse
back through the - .A/Areal regiments, and
asked the officers and men if they had plenty
of rations, telling them that it anything was
Wanting to make requisition at once for fresh'
beef, As., say ing there was plenty - lei:the ar
my. The story thataen, McClellan and his
army were Crouching under the lulls at Har
rison's Landing is a slander span those brave
men., There were not titirty guns fired,after
we reached that point. The only battery that
opened on us at that time was•taken from the
rebel', and the ground where. it was planted
was our camping ground" for the next two
months. T. J. RADCLIFF, •
Late Capt. I, 18th N.,Y. Vols.
Letter from a 'Soldier:
.The foltoviing is coopy of a letter received
by the editor from' a personal friend in the
army, as gallium, and capable antracer as the
service coauthor, and a mart who word will
not be disputed by any who knoW him. For
reasons obvious to our readersore omit the
parts of his letter which might lead to his
identiftastias by - the administration:
Dieu Stu : Your kind favor of the 6th tusk.
came to hand this dt4. * * The tiolitte
you enclosed did good, as there Is no Erie
County boys in my company. The Tote of Co.
—to day was largely Democratic We could
hems given 80 Democratic votes had our frteode
`at home attended to their bosun.. at d s.reu
that the buys were slimed. If the tato of
our glorious Union was iu the h.tntle•t:l Ca.
Penneylemthia volutttepro, it waved
soon he settled, nod peace cause more bleeathe
laud. I hope the old Se. stone State may
redeem herself from tho hands of the Black
Republicans. * * *
Soon. alter joining the regiment, we were
,otdered to this city, they soy for the purpose
of protecting the election which is come off
to morrow.- What do you think of that f You
know what I think about at ; the fact is, I am
eo d—n (excuse m.) mad that 1 esn-scarcely
write at all. To morrow will decide my future
military life. I have no objection to march
down iu front of Richmond I have no objee
dons to meet armed rebels anywhere, but I do
object to command a company to prevent cadh
seas from goinz to the pulls to vole. * *
Since I last., wrote you there 'hare brew
number of pleasant little affairs in the dial.lct
of : the trat was nu Abolition
light procession as usual, it was made
of officers end soldiers from o , tatilt A
large nureber of auidiers that 'wert - .• in the pro
cesrion bark Little Mac's photograph on. their
The next evening the friends of Little Mtge
htkl a large meetins. The hell wt tot ,taro
enough to ho'd ne funrth of toe people,eo_they
ertated a stand in the !greet. Ido not kimw
that I ever baW 'do large la crowd . .lie,p au
cder, except cheering, and that was loud.
The meeting was addressed byi a number c.f .
speekers ; but the blagest gun and tho tine
that coot-thunder to the ekhotiti , ln heart
on old companion and fellow dicer of .your
bumble servant, Captain of Genetiil
-'s staff, who is home wounded and was
to return to duty the next tisy. It -would h.iye
done you good to hate heard the captain.zlle
stopped three times, but the audience would
tiot, let, him set down until he less completely
exhausted. lie was follows lby den. NlcCtel
lan's old staff dhcer, Col. Lanswig.
Last Saturday the regiMent, sol
o:steers left for the irotit.:'
spite of all their offiSera cook' do, they would
cheer for 'McClellan. The same evening the
so called "loyal" men of left t.t. Phil
adelphia, and the "loyal" citizens could cheer
them, but in the morning they could not ghee!
the — 7 th regiment as they passeid down their
streets to the depot. itiere I will say-the sol
diers did not cheer for McClellan until they
got on the ears.) I stood onthe steps in front
of the -----Houso at the timethe torch
light procession passed. A citizen remarked:
"tiod bless ----- she is loyal if the State
is not." 1 asked him how it came that-"loyal"
men could cheer such processions, and at the
same time let n regiment piles through their
streets Without ever saying! "God bless you."
He looked at me and I thought he would swal
low me. "Why," raid he, "over two-thirds of
that regiment are Copperbeade, and if they
had been allowed to remainlhere till after elec
tion, theiWoUld have vote& for that traitor
MeClellan. fr My shoulder Strap, were all that
saved his head. I kept cool, but informed him
that was not my kind of loyalty; and walked'
off, thanking God that I had brit sixteen days
more of misery before I could !speak and act
for . • " 1
- I have written many things ti
have belt out, but God knows
help it. Should this letter get
of some of my.-superior office.
quito doubtful- about tuy geui
Use it,asyou please, b
fleet my name, with it, or my lo
watched very sbarplY about lb,
ALIENS IN TUB ARN1T......111 RA
erects letters, we publish the
relative to aliens whc; have b
from military service
AMU it further enacted, lb t any alien. of
the age of twenty-ono years an upward, who
has enlisted or shall enlist in the armies of
the United Waters, either the egular or fo -
unteer forces, and has been of shall bo ho -
orably discharged, may be admitted tobeco e
a citizen of the United Stilics, and then he
shall not be reiquircil to prove more than one
year's residence within the Cab ed. States pre
vious to his application to become snob a cit
izen; and tort the court admitting such giCU
shall, in addition to such proof of residence
and good moral di:tractor as ii now provided
by law, be satisfied by comOteut proof of
such person having been honorably diseharK-,
ed from the service of United kkates as aim'.-;
said --zioc. 21, Oltp. 2JO, L l we of the 87i1I:
Congress; 21 SeSilull, pigo 697, appN-Att'
July 17, 3802.
NEW 4 TMIiNT
CONFIDENTIAL M.EDICAL ADVICE.
s r pkatig, Jettiinal Fresin.ro. and the Secret lnfie=lds/ •
' Teeth and MoterifV.
DRS. W. diC R.'
°Meat on the &et liner in the_ Alw..t..f b , rltdin,s, foot of
eoperlor +trot, Cioroand,43lhie.
sti.c cr - Film D.
A ft•port en thoi Mitote, trsatni.ntland Cnre .of tie••
.11.0,1% mad Myeloid Debility, Ezh..rvoi,,,.
au. Vrino-vnitni Dlsnues of :hr. N.er,
'sad other dlvelse• !ent.l h 'Lk .‘'L•A I.notti
degenitaey f th meutal god *tiro lit vit...
navoz In t0 , ..el debt it. end lx.es 4 , 11: •1-,, •in_ sr •
thee• d e mr, • 0 o ten Acre.. Inc.ll k •, •
the, ma be tire.? Uti:y
An matrnirmiol hu• •th* eur of eto 1o• tir
Wn.• turns , E nts•i ma. .ar pr. rrr'v i ER 14t.
'Cmtr.t e- titst,e , ,tlt ttu 0 ' 1.
*l4'4 10 mon tin thi ui of ttile ius•ruultutwliva
“jointl:, with nositetnais. ,
YOUNG Stiv ‘;. TA lig f•NricuLAll - N - 0 -WC
X 33 1.0. , ••ert talt;pl.n.orulln ktr , oneta;
'they trove ,tneoted a inmit imp root icatru n-ot ill•
ears of lb. ac. rn divatee.. it h a 4,een eta j cod to it
• t-at 1,, the ..mat cadneet phlalett,,a
No , Yuri 1t LA. teem .1 Car.ei tae
onlv u-e•• • ~,•t•ument ever try., ' the cur.. f
tietaigal aoy direme • 1 , orgitos,
timer,: secret ot imtLl
Drg ' Lnnt• tu nrder to it ly tha lonia onep
tle,st a. u: th.lr 11‘t , u45.0z.--pledre
acre.' that to any 'wane.. • hare id ally pror. onset I
fsetir r after sr.& trial, tie mune, I. it I t e r.f.loti.d by
re , on:tioe the leetra a .uttuirood order. I'-rice of lootru•
Wad and median., $2O.
NEW REAIEDIC3 ASI3 Qc,terCURES
For th • Vea*re‘l Ofmases end *0 Prf roe 6 t tophilicts
gle.ta ot t rictoreeoem , net es ..i.ne.N.p.lo. In th,,joiptx,
aff•ctiuna of the k diseases .0 ibe head, ; throat,
nose and skirt. and- WI those 41.0 , e/tat stfarta .134 111,10 rig
tr.= serretiutbti of youth, whic4 proda s• mutt
Unmade! lilts, resd.r inarsage Lenn^se.ble and rn the
eodde tr.? A - 4n b. 4- + 11 , 04. The treatanit tbtk
nd,,pt, in the malt 4.(qpirtrils or ibirly yin's entensiee
'Anti sneeeinint prseties in t gimps sad mettl,s,
ciutvrlty iNvAbra4. •
Venous in anylart uttlie varki!- um. be enConnifelly
treated bfforsa ing • toted detail of their emity 'rah
• remittance fn medicines, etc.
!IPS W. Si -K, LASIERT,_ •
mimic ;444 . 14 4 : supiettorn. -
a:0 44 y- - Ctmotand,:o6l6.'
,W E ARE . OFFERING
A . ..l2zeLta . retmest of Rabb. flood., Combo,
C . Abousombots for
47111-ba. a ma a whams. •
NEW MILLINERY COORS I
. .THE MISSES WORATII
Weald most respectfully announce that they are now 111
their new Store, .
annrs BLOCK, EAST SIDE OP TIM PARK,
And hare Jost opened a very large
STOCK OP NEW GOODS,
DIRECT FRO.II *EST YORK CITY t '
Embracing everything in ibe
To Which they invite the attention of the Lades of Erie
and vidulte. .
Dieing salectel their stock with tb,e'greaMst care. and
yardman' for earn, they reel confident they can make it
to the advantage of-nil to gi re them their custom
1:7" Perriccut Arran:am given to'Llyeang, Illeach)
log end Pressing. nparg3 F m.
. Prepare for Winter.
a IIUY YOUR COAL
Before-it Coes Higher.
Now Is your lima tt lay in your supply of 401, as it ts
constantly on this ries 'll.s cld estaahhed yard at „
SIQIITH STREET LANDING, '
On the Canal, is the beat place In the city to bay It. We
hate oa bawl a quantity of the test I
BIT 1:1...AN0-US COAL,
From the Mann County limes, irselOing,Rt. caution
and Old Ormsby, which we are prepared to dells*, on
short notice to any part of the city at the lowest market
prim. Don't delay, but scud In your wdera, w tie the
Cub as tile mousse of the price of mining, the minify
of ocelot the mines. and other essursa, coral:drib to ateacti•
ly advance the pukw
e. therefore. ',mica a call front uli who use culls and
guarantee sstfitfactton, both u omit y and once.
it. ilUttrini SuNd,
copal • Eighth street is Canal.
The attention of the Puban Is tinted to th” Saloqn, at
the Co-n.rot.tate and Filth g treats, which Lae been -
cut,..i up to bandianne style,. and is now
bat reed to be nne n' the p4easentest
root% a t.lio ell 7 .
And an kinds of ' , tient woa v k-pt Ina Saloon, served
_ ..p to enstocive tr. a Sured.yr ccanuer.
SisPaliATZ :ttioll. FAIR I . F O\3 117 Hu
,h, par .Lk L.. 1.1 with the
CEICICESI' LIQUORS Zr. CIGARS.
7.7 .3., g Lh•t. U144,1•1.1b, ate o'•.:1.1 .6 • • ••t.
failg,re r, 1. ret,o 1 re,p , ...1 . 61;, tL•
runs' tbo coLummuity.
r. 'masa 31 ran.
NEW CROCZRY STORE.
The - uud2reighed hsve opm s Dew 0 7,,,ery 'tort, ou
POST SUIT OF ST.ITY Sr. 3d_flOUSE 501 M
WM:Tv:I4,, r 4 1611/ etal4. l y
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IMPORTANT . .
Ho'dere & Owners of rapatented Lands
ITN - Dila THE 1 -7 71.1, VIZ= I IIMi OF l'IlE
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to b•"eratidaa fOO/ Lain J . -, that pop .• ..ad 1-.lil sans
viva bear, , hte-cat al TS p T•to.s" ct,e a 1..11- 4C It • , • . 0.
10 b.. pt ,, C , reed up , ,f. b 11a Att.,te a. ..au-raf ,1 ~,a•c•t
daVutung pub •e...hc.tf km. er the .ket ,, l '.pail IC 1915.
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Attorness and COLItz.V. I II ,, II at Law.
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GROCERIES! GROCERIES !
-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL;
P. SCHAAF, .
Weald respvetfu ty Wenn the public that he has opened
a More in
No. 2 Hughes' Block, Erie.
. Where he will sawn%s Ic.p on band a large supply of
CROCKERY AND WOODEN WARE,
wtvEto, LIQUOUM, cit:Artmt,
And everytian; usually for sale In an estaklLshment of
Tern as reasonabfe as any other store an the
1). W. IIPTCHINSON,
United States Claim Ag't,
PENSIONS, BACK PAY,
BOUNTY,: - ‘
lad all othei Claims against the Gorerument attended
to with. promptness.--
- CHARGES REASONABLE.
Irr Applleition by Mgt attended 'to the same as If
made to person.
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TO GET YOUR 7JIONErtBACk
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O — LD — Nrit — SPATERS, MAGAZINES.
aVkLAPS 01 1 MUTE. PAINTING PArlikt,
Ijor wuleb ttio lal:tiPrt larket
LETTERS ESTA4I E N'T AftY QN
Lbse.tste or Arthur G lite of
SI I leo tp, Co Po.. hs• us been sr.olomi to I
ood.o+lgoo , l u otlos Is hereby giver to all p.ssnos ktyow
log themselves intebtikt to th. seelielo e n A. I mm „di ste
Format, sod theme haVleefeletoes egetheee. eb iv ieaps .
plot them for settlement.
- N. C. DAVISON,
itpB:4l. • &matrix.
FILTER AND COOLER ' COUBINED I
L/LEIS mod useful and roooototeol Filtor otor Whined to
ttio p u bl i c . ' Water of whatevoi. color, tut. avowal tt
ed through this lilbehioribrpoorsos as &oar as alas%
A rplanitid artiolo for bowls, oleos ondltly_s_to fauttfloo.
For soli at if OONG'S WEPOlilllli i.i.
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