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sterhouse 08, Geotr,lelliso9.4
Director, Wm Creaks? 86,iWm Water . —
;nee 88, A J Colt 100, James A: Shearer 108,
tiliciirier ; Constable, George Wilson 102,
H D[ Range 432; Assessor, John B Bheirer .
106, Joseph Waldron 76, John 'Waterhouse 1,
WM 0 Pord 1; Inspector, John I) Stranaham
109, EI bowler 92 ; Auditor, James Robinson
106. John Blame 86 ; Treasurer. F W Run
neloo3, T C Ford 71.
Gpene.--Cetistable, Hates Drown 57 ; Com
missioner, Owen Parley 57 ; School Director,
D Bliley 57, John ?Salon; 67, Owen Parley 6,
Martin Pinney. 43, E 0 Pinney 64 ; Auditor,
1) W Brown 58 ; Town Clerk, J S Rooney 57 ;
Judge, ci L Either 58; Inspector, Martin
Wich 55, Thomas Bruce 5, C Rindsll 8 ; Jur •
lice, D W Brown 5G ; Assessor, E 0 Pinney
SG; Treasuier, Cyril Drown 57.
Rdindoro.—JasUce, Charles Dunham 4G, M
Phelps 45, Wm S Proudfit 3 ; Constable, Sam
uel P Gibson 79 ; James' Chandler 1, E W
Twiohell 1 ; Burgess, !sac Van Tassell 49,
B W TWichell 48 ; Council, Win Butterfield
64, Wm Burlingham 51, H Lewis 43, A Sher
wood 47 ; Auditor, Wm 8 Prondfit 35, J C
MoWillifinn 49 ; Assessor, M C Austin 50, .1
C Wilson 3G ; Judge r . Jonas Wendell Go, Writ
P Clough 40, W M Tenant 1; . School Direc
tore, P C Vnnk GO, J B Reeder 68, J 0 Wil
son 46, 1 B Taylor 47 ; Inspeetori;L B Good
-4.41, John Tarball 37, C Skiff 2. -
Washington.--School Directors, D N Lay 81,
Wm Port 80, F W Sherwood 88e1tobert Nes
bet 85; Inspector, A Culbertson 49, James
Lander 4G, C F Sweet 17 ; Judge, A Wellman
86; Commissioner, Daniel Davis 59, D F Mill
spew 4, .1 C 'Reader 78, Herman Hill 4; Au
ditor, J It Reader 28 ; Treasurer, II MoWil-
Huns 71; Justice, R Nesbit 114, H 8 Ellis
82, 2 Cummings 112 ; Constable, J Colter 86,
Samuel Reeder 2, John Smith 8, John C Reed
er 1; Clerk, Chancey Griswold 92; Assessor,
Reuben Matorson 3, L M St John 67..
Waterford 2)).—lnspeotors, Edwin • Wood
39, Wilson Moore 30 ; Judge, James W Him
rod 98, Wm II McGill 18 ; Auditor, Simon
Himrod 11, Christopher Graff 80, Wm . Davis
86; Assessor, H R Whittlesey 25 ; School Di.
rectors, jaMes 12, Win H McGill 9;
Amos Burrows 15, John Lattimore 29; Com
missioner, Jas M Trask 119, Matthew Camp
bell 117; Treasurer, II R Whittlesey 2;
Clerk, same, 2.
Fairview.—Anditor, Frank Willis, 44, Jacob
?eider I ; Constable, Agrippa Martin 78, J L
Barr 3; Judge, John Johnston 87; Inspector,
Ephraim Boyer 16, Andrew J Caughey 36,
John V Chapman 3 ; Treasurer, Daniel Long
67 ; Clerk, George W Cook 78 ; Commissioner,
W W Eaton 96, Joseph Kilheiter 2 ; School
.Directors, ft Pettit 91, John V Chapman 91,.
J Thornton 1 ; Assessors, Jos Kilhelfer 66,
John L Barr 31.
Concord--Assessor, 8 D Lewis 67; auditor
and clerk. - 3 D Nash 70; inspector, John Be
bee 64,E A Hammond 26, 0 W Damon 6 ;
judge, Wm Baker 70; commissioner, Wm C
McCray 75; constable, nos B McCray 40, L
A Beebee 7,1 L Bates 7; collector, Thos B
McCrsy 36; justice, Lawrence Colegrove 71;
school directors, A M McCrsy 30, P C West
40, W 0 Webb 80, N McCray (2 years) 44,
John Carpenter 2; treasurer, It McCrsy 1, R
Wayns.--Commluioner, 8 13 Hinoade GO, L
D Clark 16, Wm II Moore, 24; inspectors, R
J Osborne 16, C L lIIHs 62; constable, John
iE Larkin 65, A Pier 1; auditor, C L Smith 56,
John Whitney 65; assessor, & T Hills 60,
Thos. Stone 3; school directors, B F Stedman
61, Wm. Mclntyre 28,.J F Howard 44, Jobe%
C00n.16, Daniel Moad 6; clerk, J. L Bassett
36; treasurer, J L Mather 31, Thos Stone 2;
judge, H B Benedict 58; justice, Wm B Pier
64; Thos Stone O.
:Wattiburg.—Burgess, D N Patterson 20;
council, Wm H Armstrong 19, L S Chapin 20
school directors, Eli Buncombe 15, W W Bish
op 15, L Falkner 14, . B 8 Hill 19, T D Wads
worth 19, .1 M Jenkins 17; constable, E Ni
chols 19; high constable, same, 4; assessor,
L Hill 19, E Rouse 15; judge, J M Jenkins
17; Wm S Davis 14; inspectors, D Bishop 14,
Frank Chapin 17; auditors, H McLean 14, L
Robinson 14, A I , - Rouse 14, & Buncombe 13,
L 11111 14, Wm W Fritti 15, John Phelps 14,
BF Town 13.
Greenfield.--Jostice, Jae Wilson 4, J R Prin
dle 87, T A Raymond 5; judge, Silas Raymond
27, 8 A Greer 22; inspector, A G'Burnam 27,
Jas Wilson 26; auditor, Peter 13 Bing 33, W
Farnsworth 6; assessor, John M Babcock 39;
constable, L Skinner 3G; T A Raymond 2,
Jas Wilson 1; clerk, w" Farnsworth 29; tress.
urer, same, 16; school directors, wm A Yost
24, Jas H Coborn 190, A E Beeman 1, i.e Wil
son 7, Martin Tare 1.
Venaaga.—Justice, A Smiley 59, Geo,Pierce
69; judge, Smith Robinson 59, Andrew Hen
derson 17, N Chapin 2; inspector, 11 Bliss 37,
.31 V Gifford 24,1 r L Gifford 17; auditor, D w
Vitus 543, w w 'Jones 24; assessoi, Samuel
Marts 55, L L 'toward 9; commissioner, Id 13
Howard GO; constable, Geo Rogers 59, w
Austin 23, Geo Pierce 1; school, directors,
Hugh Rogers 63, 13 K Bayle 87, Isaac Rey—
nolds 23; clerk, wm K Black 56; ,treasurer,
same, 43. •
Elk auk and Franklin judicial DiAlrict.—
Schooldireotors,,A M. Milks (3 years) 15, J
M Sherman (3 years), 15, John Robinson (1
A/bioh' Boriiugh.-Justiee, Jeduthan Wells
47, wm Cheosemai 31; constable, Sidney A
Saunders 37, Peter 8 Parses 15; assessor,
win Cheescntan 37; school directors, -Garner
Palmer 43, Thos Thornton 43, Jeduthan wants
43, wm Cheeseman 38, P D'Flowers 43; judge,
•J 0 Flowers 38, John Barrows 19; Inspectors,
Edgar II Farlin 35, /I El Adams 20; auditor,
A P Hunt 40, wm Thornton 39.
Spr ingfiehl.--Judgei 8 w Warner 40, Inspec
tor, .1 Ellis 15, It B Miller 12, Gee Hidden 3,
'8 Harris 4; road commissioner, R T Davidson
102; assessor, Edwards whiten 61, D Eagly
60; school directors, John Green 70, John
Eagly 66, P M Brendle 4; justio r J II Millar
91; ;constable, John Morrill 62, w Dibble 2s,
S w warner 7; treasurer, Jr 8 Hewitt 26, I
Potter 8, J w Scott 6; auditor, P w Anderson
31, Geo Hidden 6; clerk, H Harvey 2, P
don 1. •
FrimikUs.--Justlee, 061 Wood 62, A L Wood
46, eomminloney, Alex Prondfit 68, J Gird
ner 66; school directors,. H M Penness 60,
Wm Whitney 67; assessor, Chas Wright 61,
AlOnso : Allen 413; clerk, - 110 B Robison 64;
John Tnekey 28; inspector, S L Wi, mitirn 48,
A Powers*. Jude, J J Phillips LO, Allen
40; constable, H M Jenners 59; auditor, Ira J
mills 48; treasurer, John Tuokey 28, R Stafford
Elk Creek.—Justice, Johii Thompson, jr.,
119, Jae Winchester 104, H x Irish 16, Daniel
Roberts II; constable, win Sherman 97,
Tucker' ; judge, win R. Steward 80, as Win—
chester 2; inspector, fl B. Pomeroy 40, 8 E
Dew 8 ; commissioner, a w Sieves 113, A
Raymond 113, a Winchester 23, P wilier V;
clerk, E F Stoats 91, C w Belden 33; assessor,
Ira 0 Randall; auditor, Luke Warner, - 90, Z
Sperry 26; treasurer, Daniel Baird 88; * school
directors, 0 0 Taylor 108 , Robert wale 106,-
S Chireh 118, S A Deriab 13, T Keeler 2.
Snag rt.—Justice, A P Saulsbtuy 62, John
Spalding 84; judo. N Patterson 18; impel).
tor, fliluatly /4, *co Dunning 42, 0 V
Sheeler 27 ;commissloner, wm Ricketts 791
directors, P Kennidj 92, II Huntley 92, ninus
Cole 80; auditor, King Brown 72; clerk, A P
Salsbetry GO; constable, John Salsbury 81, D
B Keep 11; treasurer, A Barnes 63, wm Kin
ney 4; assessor, .r J j 7 .- 17 -
Girard J S Doe 63 ;
tor Alex Taggertl26,l4 Hakitimial 58 ; sped
commissioners, a Loveridge 162, a c OW- '
man 70, a M Darnel 1; school directors, o
Clark 142, B Kidder 145, Agi Bunnell 61 c
Rail 43 ; judge, B Patibons 121, L Ball 19; .
inspector, Alex McClelland 60, H Mlles 47,
II Phelps 17, J E Crane 3; assessor, J
; clerk and treasurer, a o Miller 123:
3fiddkboso.--Durgess, II Mantel 19, B F
Morey 1 ; judge, rob Stafford 8; council, A
House . 17, a Parmater 18, a B Stafford 4, II
Clapper 12 ; inspector; liw Stiles 10, a B Ma
cey 8 ; school directors, B F Morey 17,
Stafford 12, a B Morey 16, A Swaney 2 ; con
stable, a F Stafford 20, Jas Kippe 1, B F
Morey 1 ; assessor, L Pease 19.
JleKran.-,Assessor, Thes Dunn 51 ; clerk,
Otis Reed 60, Oren Reed I; treasurer, rlt
Sterrett 31, R 0 Dunn 1 ; school directors, F.
Brecht 119, Oren Reed 120, c Sheets 71, as .
slab Haybarger 39 ; commissioners, D w Voris
106 3 Thee Sterrett 111, Thos - Crandall 40,
Robert F Sterrett 86; judge, Thos McLaugh
lin 54, Asa M Verse 34, M Flower 1, John
May 3 ; constable, Silas Taber 42, Asa Jewett
58, J L Beers 36 ; inspectors,' David Dunn 61,
08 Boyle 60.
Norik Earl Berough.--Jutice J L Brookins
17, J 0 Taylor 64 ; Burgess, 8 8 Hammond
64, 0 8 Loop 15 ; Council, R Crawford 73, J
H Haynes 73 ; Judge, A Pope G 2, Alex David
eln 16; Inspector, P Glass 44, David Merrill
14, H Palmer 22 ; Scheel Directors, R Brown
GO, II D Selkregg 63, - B K Meson (2 years)
70, John Greer 13 ; Constable, 13 M Belnap
GO, Zehus King 12 ; High Constable, 8 M Bel
nap 57, Z M King 14, F B Skinner 1 ; Ass*-
sor, I L Green 63, Stephen Griffith 16 ; Au
ditor, John Green . (3. years) GO, John Webb
(2 years) GO, A F Jones (1 year) 75, Ens
Bcouiler (3 years) 15, C A Gluts (2 years) 14-
harbor Creck.--Judge, Wm I- Trimble 100;
Inspectors, A J Backus 90, Themes Green--
wood 41; Treasurer, James Walham 69, W F
Gifford ; Clerk, Jacob Flary . 67, L H Cottle
63 ; Justice, Jas Chambers 173, N D Lowry
160, J J Ebersole 72 ; Commissioner, W W
Marks 73, Thos B Kendrick 118 ; Assessor, B
T Vides 118,. Ella Cowden 76 ; School Direc
tors, John Backus 96, 0 T Elliott 99, John
Dodge 72, John Bannon 79; Constable W p
Cons* 85, Freak Henry 81 ; Auditor, B F
Walker 64, Nelson Stark GC
Union BorowA.-Bargee, H L Church 74;
Wm Putnam G 8 ; Council, B, W Wilson (1
year) 77, 31 A Cook (1 year)t76,i Humphrey
(2 years) 76, John Smiley (2 years) 68, P G,
Stranaham (3 years) 76, H B Johnson (3
years) 76, Nelson Clark (1 year) 67, John
Johnson (1 year) 68, J J Taylor (2 years) 67,
B D Sunderlia (2 years) 67, J Deemer (3
years) 68, J Landerath (3 years) 68; School
Directors, L B Hill 76, Thomas Dunham 61,
Chrs Gates 68, S DI Hayes 82 ; Constable, J
B Black, 63, hi N Bennett 76 ; High Constable,
Chauncey Lewis 75, George S Horton 63 ;
Judge, J 8 Hants 76, Holman Johnson 67 ;
Inspectors, N T Hume 75, C L Sherwood 66;
iisessar, Wm Warden 67, WniMall 74.
Amity.—Road Commisioner, L Chaffee 48,
Horace Hatch 27: Judge, ;Benj. Sammons
37, Wm. Hatch 30; Clerk, Dsniel Allen 89,
Chas. Richtmyer 28; Inspectors, Nelson
Chaffee 24, Chas. Cox 29; Treasurer, Geo.
Sammons 35, Edwin Hatch 25; Constable,
John Allen, Jr., 37, E. R. Wheller 29 ; Au—
ditor, R. S. Robinson 27, John Allen 36, Geo.
Phillip! 33, 111 C Colburn 33; Assessors, H
E Ladd 41, D W Hatch 30 ; School Directors,
.1 0 Hubbell 32, Moses Hopkins 32, Judson
Stowe 29, Geo Sammons 30.
Union 21).--Constable, Andrew Agaew 76 ;
school directors, N. Rockwood 77, D B Harris
71,11 Knickerbocker 813, Harvey Eastman 16,
Samuel Breed t ; assessor, Lewis N Wade 84 ;
commissioner, George W Carroll 85; judge
Daniel Earle 90:; inspectors. (1 W Myers 90,
D 0 Earle 19;1 auditor, David Wilson 81 ;
treasurer, Wm Black 83; clerk, M B Cham
Waterford Boriiagh.—Justies, wm Beason
65, E P Judson 107, P P Judson 46; burg
II Oliver 81, L Phelps 1 ; council, Owen Mc-
Gill 70, J A Hasten 71, John Wood 34, C J
Smith 28 ; assessor, Miles Barnett 77 ; school
directors, M 11 Terry (3 years) . 77, CJ Smith
(3 years) 78, Owen McGill (2 years) 78, A 1)
Johnson (2 years) 1; judge,,J V Anderson
63, M S Vincent 42, Al 3 Weaver 1 ; inspec
tors, J McCullough, 75, II A Colt 23 ; consta
ble, A E Weaver 88 ; high constable, M 8 Vin:
cent_29, A E Weaver 70; C West, A D John
son, S C Stanford, Wm C Smith, all 73.
North East 2J%-Judge, J'A Stetson 96, (1
w Oriffen 117 ; justice, Dyer Loomis 114, 8 8
Spencer 115, S J Nash 96, wm Custard 63;
inspectors, S o - Smith 115, 11 wolf 95 ; corn.
missioners; win Mervin 113, Dennis Heath 99 ;
school directors, V Behisp 104, D Videto 110,
Joel Loomis 96, o Campbell 96 ; constable,
Edward Perry 110, 11 A Tabor 103,; treasurer,
A Y Pierce 116, Thee Stillman 93 ; assessor,
warren Cole 11678 A Tabor 93 ; clerk, J M
Mills 69, John Graham .94 ; auditor J S New
ton 116, 11 B Porter 9.1...)
Girard. Borough.-Burgess, A 0 Ely 17,
Thos McClure 62 ; oonnoil, D es Hut c hi nson
GO, George P Rea 68, John Hay, jr., (1 year)
80, T M Godfrey (I year) 58, A w Cause, (2
years) 23, T M Godfrey (2 years) 28, J T Sim
mons (1 year) 24, 0 W Bea (1 year) 2, A. w
Corse (1 year) 2, wm nit: (2 years) I ; school
directors, L 8 Jones 74, Ira Pickett 70; con
stable, -J 0 Catlin 74 ; inspectors, Brutus
Sister 60, wm Platt 5, H Ball 6, M Hutchin•
conj.; assessor, 11, B Battles 10, 0 Collins 12;
justice, T Ryman 74, A Lincoln 1.
COULDN'T Foot. Ms.—Soon after the
telegraph was .put in operation on the
line of the Ohio ind Mississippi railroad,
a native stepped into the office and.want
ed to know the price of pork in Cincin
- In a few minutes &rimer, came with a
charge of thirty-five cents for the infornia,
Lion, but the Hoosier was too smart to be
caught in that way and replied : •
"N i, no, Mr. Telegrapher, you Can't
fool me in that way ; Pin not quite so
green as you think I amt That darned
Aching thing of youni Wan'', been Qut of
the room. I watched it all the time t"-
A country gentleman was strolling out
with a cockney friend—a genuine cock
ney—when they finally approached a
meadow in which was standing a glorious
crop of hay. The cockney gated at it
wonderingly. It wasn't gram, it wasn't
wheat—it wasn't turnip-tops, "vy, vat
ever doeiyou call this stuff?" said he to
his companion. "That—why, hay to be
sure I" was the reply. '‘ Ray he, he
coin*, that's cutting it a little too thick I
If that's hay, just show me the hay-corn
—come, now I"
John B Bough, the Dural* Courier eye,
has mo far lost his voice is to be oesepelled to
abandon the lecture fold for the protest.
2111U,R8DAY. -}fAR9Lk4OIII, !BGS.
4sun„oune irirmus Pistiii to Ins hada sr
Asuposifx larmilvt —4l.**•Jasillon. . ,
• -; Dissolution or Partnership.
NOTICE is hereby gtven that the co-
p atainAtip • berriatord esiating waned the
emileigeed. ender the same ant a4le et Intim* Ls
amid, 4 Ude day abisahred by mataal oftolont,
Aria, Mardi 30.134/t
Tun anderdgeed having parchieed the interest of
Ye l lireeht in the °Anus" pristine ellee.lollooll
- the; badness as beesteSese. The books and aa•
amnia of the late firm are lett In ra hands ter settle
meat. It is my desire to make an early oellaetlon of the
mewls due the °She, and conduct the Weiser here
after. se nearly as namable, en the stab system.
Haman disposed of soy lathiest In the- Onsenesa
aloe to ifr.. Whitman, I deem It a dirty I ewe to the
patrons of the aloe to return thanks for the liberal
Patronage bestowed on us daring my cosisitios with
the establishmeat. The paper was newer Is s mane peen
porous "sedition than at the present period, and as Its
business and editorial management has been sehdy la
the hands of my late partner. it is no more Mao Jost
that to bin' should be given the credit that le his doe.
Our unociation has bleu' • Oswald sad prosperous
ens, and I break It with no slight relectaars.
It le unoiceseary for me to say scything Is eanunew ,
dation of 'the gentleman whl amasses supreme control
of the wearers from this date. He is known to all the
readers of the paper, and as he deem sot grim amyl/dog
of the sort, I shall indulge in none of the complimeatary
alltudoni to which, by co ',mos consent, he is es
satitted. The paper In his hands 411 i castles* to
grow to inniunice sad proqierity, and be worthy of
Whatever may be my retinae hereafter, I shall. Doesr
mate to remember with gratitmkk the kind_ Inaba at
*mired at the hands of the friends of lb* Oillee, Yy
best wishes will always be given for the welfare Of the
Osumi, and t h e Democratic party of Erie Gouty.
Trusting the time is not far &stud when that party
will amass the rein' of Government. ma rellta» to the
sallying people the blessings of -Naos, Man and Con
lAD:Monet Liberty. I am Yours reepectially.
,It is the duty of Democrats everywhere
to support 'their local party press. If they
have advertising or job work to be done,
their own political papers should have th
preference in bestowing their patronage.
A hint on this subject might be obtained
by watching the course of your Republi
can neighbors. Do you ever see then give ;
any patronage to a Democratic paper if
they can help it ? On! till, ecititrary, the
moat of the' will not look at a paper of
opposite politics, much' less do anything
to assist it, and w,p have known instances
where, they would go * considerable dis
tance out of their way, and pay higher
prima, rather than patronize• an office the
politics of which they did not like. Demo'
crate have always been more liberal on this
subject tbj, tbeir opponents, and this ac
counts'. tosttie, reason that Democratic pa
pers Are, sot tts,'lt general thing as profita
ble as Republican ones. At the present
time it is more than ever the duty of our
party friends to patronize the organs of
their political views : for being cut off en
tirely from official patronage., their sole
support consists in the liberality and en
terprise of those who endorse their doc
IT mts be seen by a notice elsew,hare
that a change has been made in the yro
prietorship of the °anima office, by
which it falls entirely into the control of
the present editor. The readers of the
paper do not need anyaasurance that this
measure will effect no alteration in its po
litical tone. The business Management of
the establishment, in 'its general features,
will be continued precisely as if matters
had remained in their' former shape,
In parting with Mr. Brecht, we take
pleasure in bearing witness to the uniform
courtesy and fidelity which have marked
his intercourse with us. During dine
years of business association, no incident
of an unpleaant nature has ever transpir
ed between us, and we separatewith feel
ings of mutual attachment that will not
soon be obliterated. He retires with the
• . tentios of - eciAbarking in another occu
pation, and in whatever enterprise he may
engage, can depend upon having our
In looking back over the :events of our ,
partnership experience, we confess to no
slight feelings of gratification. When we
took hold of the paper, it was in a lan
guishing 'condition, and some of our
friends regarded the experiment as one
that was certain to end in misfortune. We
entered upon it with many misgivings for
the future, but thanks to the kindness of
an ever generous Democracy, and to the
good Providence who has vouchsafed to
us firm hearts and willing hands, we have
the satisfaction of announcing to-day that
the office has attained a state of prosperity
exceeded by very few in the State, and
one that admits no question of its perms
We hope soon to be able to increase the
mechanical facilities of the concern, and
to call to our relief an able editorial as
sistant, leaving the. proprietor to devote
his entire attention to the general super
intendence of the business, which in itself
is a sufficient duty to occupy the undivid
ed time of one person.
Making no promises, other than of
steadfast devotion to the cause of right
and country, but with, a zealous intention
to spare no labor in furnishing the best
paper we can afford, commensurate with
the patronage extended to us. we respect
fully solicit a continuance of the confi
dence and encouragement that have been
so kindly and liberally granted in the
, MAIMED Dau..—The first masked ball
that has taken place in Erie for five years,-
occurred on Tuesday evening, in Farrar
Hall; under the management of Prof. De
lano. The scene was one well worth wit•
nestling, and afforded more hearty, gen
uine fan than any show. There were some
fifty couples on the floor, of whom per
haps one-third were in ordinary ball-room
garb, the rest being either in mask or
fancy dress. The young ladies generally
took to the peasant style, bat there wore
some good representations of other char
acters. The gentlemen were arrayed in
every sort of fancy or grotesque suit that
c a n be imagined, from &spangled and
glittering knight of the olden time, down
to representations the mast odd and mirth
provoking. The imitatiotur of a rooster,
of a son of Malta, and of a green go:Mend
er, appeared to be the -most attractive.
Anlmmense crowd of lookers on meted
the galleries,-who appeared to enjoy the
ball scarcely less than the parties on the
Oil Losaestad Retaitals," UM, ap-
Frond toms, for sob at ads As&
On Saturday, the Mt lust., Fort Stead
man, on the right of our lines, chres to the
enemy's poliikekyrasinridoidy attacked
by a strong toil* iiplisliimder Generals
Bashrod JOIN* ale Clerdoe; The at
tack was no Itnexpeeted that the fat. was
ikan:! aatitaiad. With iti garrison, compris
.five hundred men. The oneroy
then pressed onward with the design of
penetrating 'Oen. Measle's' center. and
thus separating the two wings of his army,
'when the right:would hiie
ed to surrender. ProMpt measures were
taken to arrest the progress of the rebels,
and after severe fighting they were driven
back, compelled to give up the fort, and
finally retreated to their lines, with an ea
timated kw of 1,900 prisoners, in addition
to many killed and wounded. Our loss
was also considerable, but is said to have
been less than that of the enemy. The
offensive was then_ taken by the 2d and
9th corps of our army. By night the ene
my driven from his entrenched picket
line, and all his efforts to recover the same,
which were particularly determined and
persevering on . the 2d corps' front, were
resisted and repulsed with heavy losses,
leaving with the Gth corps over 400 pris
oners. and with the 24 corps two battle
gap and. over 300 prisoneni. The total
result of the day is claimed by Oen. Grant
to have been the thorough defeat of the
enemy's plans. the capture of his strongly
entrenched picket line under the artillery
timer his main works, and the capture of
ten battle-flags and 2,800 prisoners.
Jam. I. Si MUM
From Gen. Sherman our advicea con
tinue to be as contradictory and unsatis
factory as ever. One day it is positively
asserted that be anti Schofield have :
a junction; and the next just as d f edlv
contradicted. Several heavy elms.: :Men is
have taken place, in which the Southern
papers (slabs victories, but we can not learn
any reliable particulars. Our own opinion
is, that if he has been checked at, all; i t
has not.been a serious one, and that if ,his
array and Schofield's have not yet been
united, they soon will be. It seems. an
impossibility for the Southerners to con
front Sherman with an army large enough
to prevent his final march across North
Carolifil to Richmond. What he will gain
by this course that could not have been
more quickly and easily obtained by join
ing Grant directly at Petersburg, is more
than our limited military knowledge :en
ables us to decide.
JAS. 1. 11111,011 T.
The followingletter, written by an offi
cer of the II lth regiment, has been hand
ed to us, with a request to publish. The'
parties to whom it was addressed, and who
voueh for the reliability of the author,
are citizens of North East. • We have for
long time heard rumors of the fraud*
said to have been committed in connec
tion with the cotton trade, but this is the
first instance in which direct charges,
made by one who is on the ground to see
for himself; have come to our notice :
On the march again. We started from
Savannah on the morning of the 27th of
January and arrived here on the evening
of the 29th. since .
,which time we have
been having a jolly time, making cordu
roy roads over which to pees in our threat
ened invasion of the sovereign State of
South Carolina. There is a prospect of
our staying here for several days, and so I
thought I would write you a few lines.
Do you know I am • getting considerably
demoralized, because of the way in which
things are being managed in our depart
ment. Let me explain. On the morning
of the 21st of December, the army under
Sherman captured from the enemy some
50,000 bales of cotton. The Government,
acting in good faith, I believe, appointed
Simeon Draper, of New York, as its agent
. to seize all cotton and sell it for the Uni
ted States. I thought there must be some
fine chance to make money, or he (rich as
he is) would not want it. Now, mark how
he does it. I saw him, or his agent, and
so can speak from personal knowledge.
They weigh a bale of cotton of perhaps
500 pounds; they mark it 300 pounds, and
when it arrives In Now York of course it
tallies, and he turns over to the United
States the safe of 300 pounds, coolly pock
eting the other 200, which in the whole
transaction makes it.. snug little sum. I
don't know who is te.blarne for this great
leak from the Government, but I know if
I, was 'getting half of it, I would not say a
word. If any one doubts my word as to
the truth of this thing, let them take the
trouble to go where the cotton is unloaded
and there see every bale MAXIM from 150
to 200 pounds leas than its real weight.
Perhaps Gen. Sherman is cognizant of it,
and perhaps he is
,not. not.. Walpole says
"every man has his 'price," and a cool
million may have bought the great Flank
er. Its all very well to laud old ‘, Billy"
when he whips the enemy, but he mue,t
not steal Government cotton, or, I am
down on hide. It " takes a rogue t o catch
a rogue," and I suppose that is the reason
why I caught them fellows. But I went
round their warehouses where they were
weighing and called the attention of oth
ers to the fact of the case, not mentioning
my suspicions, however.
I wish you would go to Erie and show
this or read it to theedltor•of the Gazette,
and if he refuses to publish the facts, send
it to or read it to the editor of the Observer.
I want the fact exposed and the guilty
parties punished, if possible. You can
do as you plasm, however ; I will not make
an obligation of it,
We have a long canipaign marked out
for us, and
. the prospect is here that
the enemy have gone to find that " last
ditch." Give Pay love to and tell
to -not be & copperhead, like old
Please write soon, and excuse
this. as I write it on a book and the wind
Wows the paper round. •
' Yours in loge. N.
A general desire having been express
ed by our readers to see the new State
bounty law, complete, we publish it' in
fun below : •
Swum 1. 11e it enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of thelleom
monwealth of ren n aybrania, in General
Assembly 'met, and - it is hereby enacted by
the authority of the manse. That so muc h
of the sixth section of the act relating to
the Payment of bounties to volunteers,
approved Muth' 25,1864. as limits the
manna of bounty to be Paid to each sad
Startillog ExpoiOw .1 Praud.
OK ?MX SAVANNAS RIVII,
Thirty miles above Savanah,
February 1, 1865.
TM Mate amity UT..
every aiin;conim on .oflicer anti pn
vale soldier who may hereafter volunteer
and enter the service of the United States
to the sum of three hundred dollars be
and the same is hereby repealed and
**t; hereafter it shall' sad 'my be temp
for *e ael/Istnfitieatttenttoned in the ant
Lshisoft suppleia:ent and tisk
eeieral suPplemenlis thereto, and in 111
004 thevaitt prescribed, or for any stpe
eial 'axtmodssiotters appointed by an
the courts of quarter session; in this Com
monwealth by authority of existing laws.
which commissioners are also hereby in
vested with all the other powers not here
• in specially enumerated, conferred, by the
*silo which this is a supplement, togeth
er with the several supplements thereto,
upon the authorities therein specially
mentioned, to raise a sufficient sum to pay
a bounty to each volunteeretiliated under
the recent call, or who may hereafter be
enlisted under the pending or future calls,
not exceeding four hundred dollars: Pro
vided. That the authoritte. mentioned in
the act to which this is a miipplement and
the several aupplements t.hereto. are here•
by authorized to levy ,and collect * per
evil!: tax mot exceeding t wen ty 4 0 fi ntw
each upon persons liat,lN to military' duly,
and upon all able isplie•l male taxable in
habitants net liable to military duty, be
tween the Age; of twenty-one and forty
five yearn : Provided further. That non.
COMMissinned officers awl privates now in
actual service of the 'Liked States or of
this State, and persons who have been
honorably iliiich2rged from much service
who were permanently disabled in saidaer
vice, shall be exempt from the per capita
tax herein specified, and the property of
widows and minor children, and widowed
mothers of non - commission ed officers and
privates who died in such service, is here
by exempt from the payment of a bounty
tax. _ -
And provided further, That it dudl and
may be lawful for the authorities men•
tioncd in the act to which this is a sup
plement, to pay the amount of bounty
herein prescribed to any person drafted
into the military service of the United
States, anti serving therein, or to the fam
ilies of the same, and in such sums as the
said authorities, shalt deem proper • or to
any person furnishing a substitute for said
service who may to credited to the quota
of any county, city, ward, or hero', town
ship or- enrollment district of this Com
monwealth : And provided further. That
any county or district having a special
bouaty law, shall be entitled: to the pro
visions of the same, or of this Supplement.
BOUNTY ORDINANCIL—The City Councils,
on folonday night, passed a series of rests
lutiOns. appropriating the sum of $85,000
for the relief of drafted men. They pro
videkfor paying $4OO to each-volunteer en
listed to the credit of the city, and the
same sum to each conscript who reports
in person, or furnishes a substitute. Bonds
for tho•purposea of this bounty will be
mod in the sum of One and Four Han
Bred Dollars each, bearing interest at the
rate of six per cent. per annum, payable
semi-annually, - and redeemable at the
pleasure of the city any time after one
year from date, and within ten yieus from
date. If the drafted man readers,personal
service, he.. shall be paid as follows A
Bond of the City of Erie as above describ
ed, for the.suns of $lOO at, the time said
drafted• :nen is mustered in. or to his fami
ly. if he has any, and a like payment of
$lOO every quarter-year,. until the whole
sum is paid. If a drafted man furnishes
an acceptable substitute as aforesaid, he
shall be paid the whole of said $4OO, upon
proof that said substitute has been accept
ed and credited to the quota of the city
of Erie. The Bonds to be issued in virtue
of the foregoing resolutions, will bear date
on the first• day of April, 1865, without re
gard to the time the same may be paid
out to drafted men.
The universal dread of entering the ser
vice as a conscript causes all sorts of
dodges , to be resorted to in order to ob
tain exemption. We have heard of two
men who cut off the thumbs of their right
hands,,and one who had all his upper
teeth extracted. One man, we are in
formed, wrote to tho enrolling board ef
tering each of its members fifty dollars if
they would exempt him. The only reply
he received was an order to Capt. Graham.
instructing him to bring the man bekKe
the - board immediately to answer the
charge of attempted bribery. Hundreds
of cases of affected lameness, stiffness and
deafness occur, and a day's attendance at
Ridgway developer more of the' ridicu
lous in human nature than can be
seen in all the circuses in the country.
Our observation leads us to believe that
the anxiety to obtain exemption is con
fined to no particular. class or party.
"Loyal" ... and "disloyal," "Kinkyheada"
and "Copperheads," all stand on a coati:
mon ground on this subject, and the loud
est "war to extermination" brawlers have
suddenly transformed into the mildest
lambs of Peace. The country is full of
men ready to vote and talk war, but the
number who want to act War is small in
It is a strange fact, but, a true one, that
substitutes should be commanding a high
er price in this city than in any other
part of the country that we hear from.
Even in the oil section, where money is
more abundant than here, a gentleman,
informs us, that the highest figures reach
ed' are a thousand dollars. One of our
patrons from Wisconsin who has just been
in the office, says volunteers in that State
are easily obtained at from $3OO to $4OO,
and substitutes at from $5OO to $6OO. The
rush to this city,• directly, after the draft,
of parties in search of substitutes, frogs all
parts of this Congressional district; has
doubtless had much to do with the exhor
bitant prices. We trust, in case of an
other draft, the police , officers will be
given authority to arrest any person pur
chasing a substitute belonging in this city,
to the disadvantage of our own people.
Dunkirk has filled her quota and is out
of the draft. How much better. it would
have been for the citizens of Eris to have
adopted the same course, and thus es•
caped all the santoyaace, misery and bard
feeling that have ensued !
The Episcopal church in this city is
being torn down, and a handsome new
stone edifice is to take its plane., built in
the Gothic style of architecture. The
builders will be Mews. Lytle & Consta
ble. The work will require over a year
before it will be completed.
The lake is open between this harbor
and . Detroit, and as far east as Dunkirk.
The ice blockade continues at the . foot of
the lake, and Aiavigation will not open,
with the exoeption of a vessel now and
then, for a couple weeks.
We are gratified to learn from the Dis
patch that it bas beeniiiffised by the city
officers to place a new fence around the
Parks. Let it be done at once, and in no
half 'way style
Administrator's . Sala.
• BY VIRTUE ANI)IN PUItSIiANCE:
of an order of the Orpltair• Court of grio toasty,
1 will soon to axle at paella remine nr notary at the
ealeow Wel Deatilad ley James aroot..lereeteed. in th e
411 of giant grila *panty, Peewit...a the 221 da "
, 7 : 61,,10 r t t1 e 0 .
1 2:a t ik w , : r .
n n i.. 1. 1 ,.. ty l b , e ., fy s i iI 3 IR ir. j r. d n ez
neeaL t a wilit :
Y' - .
.1 I. A th t •rtalft *tour ptro.l of law; .amulet, I^c
tin In-the townehdp of Union. 0.11 , ,ty o jr..e and
N,llAlA'ffilrolillo.YlranirYbonoded and li, ,r i h•ol aa follow ,
lo wilt On the , nortla by land of Ilrory A larirls, on tli.
east by land of luper gior, on the annUo by Itnd. of
Neleen Tr vappqn. sm.! tnt the weet by lauds or.lanwa
Ban io. containing fifty twee. ( I tad b the Rune nor- .
or lees: I
2. Alen. all Tat pier of laud 'Walla in onion 11... r -
Dub, Krie Ira' aty, P.l, bounded nod deactibed aa rot
lowa. to wit: Camstearioc on tite . kbiladelpbla •16 Ku.
e Win , ad, ea a Co. parallel with rontan'a 'bop. tbertoe
=tograiri Meg velvet to a point tea fort fmra
met 'earner of leuateen shop, au the alloy:
thaws mob di ea kilos earatiol-a4U2 the noithweist
corneraipateno tee a direct Use four feel from said 60 f-•
inn . 11bosse; Onitiorly Go • llaw parallel with the inot
ea I ottlis NOW kr tb• Yltitaalegpliis k lir% willrowd;
theite ret af eihaeg the Cal of fa.truad to the
TOM • rd is band Vol Hai balsam In three
readmit payaiisisr with Inkiest to be paid saairally. to
be measwi tleqedgmeat boad aad mortgage co Um em
wime—K e el the optios of the purchmer: the p_orebase
0004 1 NAV anAer 'Odin band. - J. 'f. TITUS. '
nearl6-11t Admiaistratar of Jug Caust,tiee'.l.
House and Lot For Sale.
HOUSE ANn Lor. 41' UATEi) THR - Mb:llr
airla 40 -moo 'treat. te,tweeo :Sown' la •n 4 lrigbtb
eteweta, foe aria—:h+ lot 104 , 4 sorty 4404. feet Boat sag
as bombed and eight Get 4 op to an alley—with •
Barn, Welt an 4 ntiola fruit tr..* on the preminin.
Yoe particulars:lnquire. of J. W. Drilla
niarle6s 3w ire, WILSON LAIRD. Say.
Fab -. lie Sale of Real Estate.
WILL be sold at Pmblic. 'Sale at Me
lop re.ials.• 'fir !Awrlntett I.t.sb deceased. to
Eagtollinittt, " _- " 9. 2
o'clock, p.m,. • 4,ewed.
log of • tiro lot, SO feet front en
wi•lt bazu and otter
feet front as(
66 hat Mout •
Farm for Sale.
THE. UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
• oot ld• ants oitnotod la Will Creak testaskip.
abash Ins Italia fres grie, on the Wannara plank
road, goataigdwg tidy urea of nal; had enetedllbereon
• good hums dealing bane, with denar, a bank
ban, add all agateeery (4A-buildings. Alen, a yang
oroaard of choke fruit. for further partiatian inquire
of Jobe W. Shannon, Kris. Pa., or of the labeenba co
the pranabea. TitOildS DAYII/111.
Ifillenek, Yob. 16—U.
THE UNDERSIGNED' HAVE ASSO
clated.themarlrea nude r tins style, of 111iLL k
ARNIM'S. to motion* tin whole/We and Total' Dry
Goods, Carpetlogs, and noose VorOiablog trade.
WM. 81/LL, Jr.,
. W.H. WARMER.
tirkk, rob, 7. 18435-2 Cu• . ' ii 1.. WAUNILIt.
The Ninth National Bank of the
CITY OF NEW, YORK.
Capital $1,000,000, Paid In.
KSOAL ACIICNT Or TtIK UNITED SUM
AdNcial Agrenl fir Jay Cooke, Subscription Alesid„
WILL DICIIVIIR 7-30 NOTK FAIL& OF MIAMI &,,
impreim, to parts of the country, and receive in'
payment Cheeks on New York. Philadelphia and Boston,
earreat Mlle, mid all are per rent. interest notes, with
Wand loaktkol subscription. Orders pent by loan
win be prompUy .
the blank receives the amounts of Banks and Bankers
on favorable terms; also of individuals keeping New
York aoscuits. ,
J. T. Inlay Cashier. J. U, ORVIS, ?real.
Orphan's Court Sale.
By VIRTUE OF AND IN PURSU
ties of an order of - the Orphan's Court for the
county of Brio 1 w;Werpoeu to public sale, in Spartan -
burg, Crawford county, nu the fifteenth day of April, A.
D. 1866, at I , o'eloet, p. nt , of .said der, twenty seven
sena from the emt tide of that Were or parcel of laud
partly la Censrford•sand partly to Srie county, bounded
as follows, to . wit On the.north side by land of Whitest
Any, Caroline Bakst. and Lyman Gray ; east by land of
Myron Blakeslee; south' by laud of Brutus L. Lewis,
lad vast iry hind formerly owned by Labon Lawie, sup
pallid to be /god oil land.
Tema of sale-2-3 of the purchase rummy en count
latatiasa of sale; balance in one year, with interest, m
aned by judtatent bond and mortgage on property.
CIIARI.R.4 W. BAKES,
tfulito-3t t Guardian of Sarah Y Gook.
. Erie City Steam Bakery.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING FUR.
shamed the Erie City Steam Bakeri of P F. Adapts
this opporttinfty of informing the Wallies of the
Mr of arise that be will call on them daily, on an.' after
the let of April, 1865, with an ezeelleut assortment of
everything tra-the Baker's line, including Itread.Cakes,
Rolls and Rusks. ['abaci patronage is solicited on the
binds of getting a good ao I baring it regularly
and peer/aptly turniola.l at their rea:deoesi.
niar9-4w W St RANDS.
Lands in- Market.
34000 ACRES OF CHOICE LANDS
kitulteJ•in Wat. riortl, Washington,
rard. rninktir, and Fini,;•ur tn +nehipe , for sale ou
sooable terms. Home of there farms outrun the text
oil territory located on French atid Ilk creeks. For
on 12.T.1 0
far tber isformati i .14(1 r
WILLIAM FAULK Ntat, at Waterford, or
J. C. 1911.i0N, at kdinboro. marg•ilt
TESTAMENTARY ON THE.
estate of P. F I. Brown isle of Onions teernabie
deceased having beeu granted to the eubeertb,er„ all
persom indebted te said estate are notified to ware im
mediate payment, sod time. baring &pleat aw..l
estate will present them. properly autbentiested, for
eettlement to fargetil
West Greene, Feb. 23„ I Sfq...--Ge
Howes and Lots for Sale.
THE UNDERSI6-NED 4.)FFERS FOR
side the following property
Oine Hoarse and Lot in the city of Res, eitaste4 osi
Sassafras street. north of the railroad depot.
One House and three half hits, with A Brat tate Barn
erecte4ll4.4lion. sitnated'in that part of Creek Tp.
known spiCinotorro, The building's and teams are in
good oilier, add there i; a fine well on the premises. The
ipt hal A number of trees of superior fruit upon it.
Oat-lot No. 80, in Went Still Creek, south of Liberty
street, without improremeats. •
For farther particulars inquire of 41. MAGILI. ,
marlll-3t State, between 3d and tth
To Boat and' Vessel Owners:
WE HAVE IN STORE AND FOR
side a large ataek of lairds of all kinds and
Won ; also, a large store of Linseed Oil, both eta and
boiled. The boiled oil is well tatted for boat and vessel
painting, baving been prepared With strong dying pro
perties to ereiroomi•datupne,o. Keery kind of painting
materials, brushes, lte.,&e., are otfero.l at lowest market
prizes, and we think the iuterestnf all parties about to
buy plats and oils will be promoted by giving us a call.
marl C-ant HALL k WARFEL.
Notice to School Teachers.
APPLICATIONS FOR SCHOOLS FOR
simmer terra, in Lill Creek school district, will
be rigealsed until April "Bth. Appli cations to be in wrl
ilng,and should enelcia applicant's sertillcste. Super
intendent's examination will be held at Eagle Village,
April 22, at 10 o'clock precisely. ' W. KoBIII.V.R.
saar23-3t Secretary of Board.
Farm for Sale or to Rent.
'VIIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
Ale or rent bit farm in Elk Creek township, on
the treat branch of Elk - Creek. eontaining Mat' acres,
forty of which are improved, the rest being pa t timber
shod part pasture. There In a large frame house, a good
ban, veil, °retard and an abundance of running water
oa the premises: Terms reasonable. Apply In
Ridge Road, opposite the Erie City BM/MI.
P. P.—Thirty or forty sheep will to lettritle the Pia
OUT -LOTS No. 1:15 and 136 and known
as the Patton property, on which are erected a
substantial brick house, barn and outhaildingsesituated
Mollie southeast of the city broils, and mile month
of the meant of the Philadelphia & Erie and B. ik K.
railroads. Said property contains ten acres of land,And
Isom, of the beat and mod pleasant lineations in the vi
cinity of Sr* having a 'aim glutton, (nit tria., grape
viaea.marrant bushes. Ac.„ having also a fine view of the
city, bay, take and railroads. The abore property will be
Bold together or to parcels to cult purchasers- For terms
and particulars Inquire of
S. A. DAVENPORT, Esy., Fate. or
G .1. RII 4 MELL, Belle Valley.
WILL BE SOLD AT.PUELIC SALE
at the late residence of Stephen Ming, deed,
3 allies from Erie, en the gilinhoyo plank road, on Sat
arday„ April Bth, at I o'clock, p. m, the following real
intakes Orle Berm. containing :WY scree of good loud,
wills Dwelling Rouse, Barn sod other out buildings.
Also, a goodemettard. - Terms matte known on day of
We. GEORGIC BILLING,
LsrrEas OF ADMINISTRATION ON
the estate of Patrick Clark, deceased. late or
attliareelk township, Erie county, Pa., having been
grantee, to the andemigned, notice la hereby 'given to •
W knowing themselves indebted to the same to wake
Immediate payment, and, those having claims what
mkt estate will present there for settlement.
N USW: CEASE, •
avart3-evr - Administrators.
AeIIiNTLISMAiv, enrol of Nervous Debility, - In
anspetesey.Preznatate Duey anti Youthful Knot.,
setasted by a desire to benefit others. will bo happy to
stela to all who Deed it, (free of charm) the recipe
sad 41loastiess itir making the simple remedy used la hie
auk Those wishing to profit by his ' , merle:Coe, mad
Osseo* Vahiable Rimedy, will melte the silo% by
Mara mall. (esfefally sealed.) by addresslag
4013 N B. OGDZN,
.vayl4-11s. No. (10 Mamba Rtavet, N. T.
Ot Dross reo
. sadl Dtia.4llll. faraM
on tqt%te street, 40
lot boundint by John
.'s estate., osetalsta4,
/44.1131. JAE 40, liaudbam.
CERTAIN AND SAFE.
Ayr 1,A.• Resamial Otstructiolu and L'a
orli Nr Ricurnac 4
gap- They curs or obviate these tlrz-•
eases, that spring from irreguisrity,
the Irregularity Itself,
Fir They cure Green Elopes (CU , .
po. They cure liereocus and 41:a l
peke to the back, and lower parts tr
lisairinces littlgne slight exertions, Irr r•
ei ta fr atu ltianti.orsaess of .vpirll4, •
ONtadtsseer, eto., etc. In a w - ..r
tie honfliderails - they remove t'
It ILL the effecte that rpr!o^, f, •
Qompoaed of !simple eeiretable
contain notbbrg defections to any c•.:.,
hoverer denote, their function ben z e,,
strength for weakness, which, when ,
tbei never -fail to do.
gap"' They may be safely used at any ,
any peetc4, Zinn D 911119 tna mar
daring. skink the unfailing naLaro or
would infallibly ?WRIT pregnancy.
£ll letters seetlagtafortnatlca or a 1.
bs i, # Pfcl 7 l :llll74' g treelriel" l. per itiaa bo l" x, dlacz or
Bent by mail, free of ponazt,
Kir-Pamphlets sent by mall free at
DR.:W. R. IMIERWIN & Co
• 63 Liberty St., Mrs York, Pr..r
: P i LIFE. r
Towar oo mMo r th.
"le the theutt
rifts Mem the ries off tr, dr
sallarided with uewlith"—te doe" rail
relayeeste tau mite. wad rovereato Ll
Or The &Inventing Elkir to the n.r..it
ern deaneries In the vegetable Aloe' •m,
an entirely new and abetniet metho .1 of ..•.,- ,
poetise of all the old and worn out eywez.,
Irr• TlibternedbAns has been tested 1 7 .....
eminent inedidakt men of the day, and ty ~
twanged to be one of thegrestest medical,...
of the age.
or One bottle will ewe general Detilli:
M. doses core Hysterics in r.„,,-,!
One bottle aura Palpitation of tat ii
Prom outs three bottles restore., ti- • .
nem and full OW et youth.
gar A Yet oilirsitores tho Appetit:.
gar - liam bottla Co. the wont c - f
A few doses mires the low epleikl
One bottle valorem mental power.
limo dew fedora Ale organs c/ r,: -
few doses ben the rode to tho ea .
medlehas restores to manly ~,,
the poor debilitated, worn.d -
r As llialese, enervated Youth, th: ft
ed man of bmiamiNthe victim of nervout 1 . •
the Individual Walng from general 0. ~... •
/Wm wean* of a Om* organ, will all r.- I '
dime and permanent relief by the um of !....,
or Sumac of Life. ~
- Prime, Wryer bottle or three bw.tl
and forwarded by 11sytera, on recel;
to any address.
cr The CherOkee Pills Ind
leemaldatly EMU, are mold by all el: -
Oran/BMW the civilised world. Boma tr.
dealer; however, try to sell worthku
In place of these; thole which they c•in l 1:
t ctoe, sad stUdte morn rac:. y
lug, than y Cso an these medlcla<s. A- .-
your health, aye, the health of
spring, do not be deceived by inch
Druggists, ash for gm atedkines dn.! • , •
era. If the Muses& will not buy them r
does the money to • Vetter, sod no ITIU,
to yon Dy Xlylllo, illenrsly sealed and ..
Ladies at Geniis= ela u. •
confidence, stating fully and plainly tt.
and symptoms ' as era treat all dlsem..3 -
nature la male or female. Patlente •
tate became Of Malt inability to vls:t
treeted patients meosatfally in all F.:"
drill/mil globe, by correspondence.
Patients addreming ns trill plesso o'; ; •
the symptoms of their comphlnts, ar.l r
office, County, Stater and name of wrltcr, 1. 1
inclose podage stamp for reply.
We rend owe!! page Pamphlet frt4 t. -
dress. Addrem ell Litters far Piumpt.leV. s
Or. W. R. NISRWIN do co
No. 13 'Liberty Wee, X, 1
result of long and extensive rartice. Tip
their operation and caunotltio harm t.. ,f
Cate; certain in correctin ail ilnt
Mena trnatiens, removing a I obstruction!..,
cold or otherwise, headache pain in the '
et the heart, white, all trout ~ atTect“,.
fatigue, pain ill the bitch al -limbs, air!.
from whic h arise lnterrupti .1/ of neaten.
Hare been need overt quarter of&
offered as the only oafs mean. of re nes • •
tamlatraltiota, but Ladles malt
if owe coulshos of. the ferule system J
eatosiot be take,' without ,
suLT. The anufaian reserred a !'!tfr
the rends, 11t73CdRRldRE. Such ,-
tendency of the medie.n• to restore o,
14 a n-rma) condition, that area the
arnatare cattnr4 taste. it. THEY CA ).
many other way.
• Dr. Cheeseraan's Yet
bare been a etandatil remedy u,
ate the moot effectual one ever kuov.” 1,
peculiar to le.ansles. .T 0 all claFsco
Inducing with certainty perin*Al rr
are known to thoturands, who nice %,e-•
kat period., throughout the country, t
Una of Mown of the meet eminent pin
Kipli•it threctiookstattog igloo
with earl box—the Pities $1 FIR rot, •
coo Mining 60 'o 60 l'ills.
Pills sent by mall, promptly, and
',Mon. by mottling Id the prop'
DAU ISTS bi KRA LLY.
lIIITCIIINGS 3t 1111,1,1 - Ey.
81 Cedar St., New
Sold in Erie t v , l Carter & C3rfer, V. r*
, Pm. Sold in, C 'rt .
L. BROWN & CO
' Mate Sams, Brown k.
BANKERS AND CO
Military & Naval Cfn)!
Park Place, ,Ney
Oprrespovuling bons. is Waabiagton, .
or & Co., 479 - 14th 8 t.
Haling had three years' experience
otTlaires and the general transaction
departments of (forerun:lent, we can a••
and etrrespondeuts that' all m
.will be vigorously and promptly attewle
prepared to make advances upon and nez ,
of claims, and purchase Qoartermastl..
checks, swell cc collect the follow Ins rl
l'enaloom for Invalid.% Widows, /loftier.
Bounties for Sobliers, discharged 10
in tattle, those who bare served twn spar
heirs of deceased; also Stab, bounty to ouch
Arrears of 'say for Oaleers and Sohn. rg, um
Nary prize money for all captures,
Nary pension and behinds of pay.
Accounts of discharged ninon., nettled, '
clothing returns properly made out and .•
clearances obtained trona Ordnance mid Q •
U. S. Revenue Stamps for Isle at a
4 ti per cent.
LEITERS p ADMENN:
V on the estste 01 T. j,de • ••
Mill village %tie s ta,aty, i!,..t.ns"w IT •
been irrantriftir t e undera.guml, not. . •
to all hadebteill to the sa l id et tat,. to r ,
payment, Mid MM. lawns elainot a lo i• •
present them, duly auttleatieate,l. for • • •
team the lat 01 July. NO. .1111IN' •
Dr. J. STEWAIVi'
and the public that, attdr an
Nur years, trot aa Surgeon In ells,.
Hospit tin and Camps, he had r. dn, , l • • '
protrealun to Erie.
Special attentiolt glean to operat , -
iturgery, and calls /u this brancts •
be attends , 1 to in this and the a! k oa,a,
01564 Yd tlssor l'aragon Mark, n 0
aquae, neat. Peach street. Hr.i.l. a, " '
neat doer to Poatoffine.
Earl;lNN+ 11.•13111 front S to 9
WILEREAS, MY WWl'
• ETTE MATTESON, ham I, •,,
without- any jail cause or pr0v0..11. ,, : , ,!
anyone harboring or trustiog her on r•y
grtari-at Q. W. Vl.'