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weriON -TWO DOLLARS LID YtnT COM pot
out le •d (ante ; TOMS W1.1..01311 out.
„iut I 'he plntion cr the 3okt :4 abearlbent
owl till be chargsl rota Cans a
, ;I •e 11i 1,4 • )110 3,111.111 t W fen linos oar Ito
f iiVorta..llll itAkl)Uoul Jame.
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or lb.. t0.4.0u advertirlot. outtl or lertol
L, diircuon, UUlt4k• 000elflo4 port...) to
1 .0 sTiyi -N. Lsra 'uue of the beat Jobtusti
tt, and ere trodt to du k4l •urt, to
tt at l ,.w.f..' to um, to Nest idyl.
outM,.k minas latee,„t Glue.
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t161 , ..1'N weliTabtro,
utitotto! in , * Pi i+ttotur.
/..L.,1101/Jlllllotrioll la ibi s ii„hinizi It the
fo e NUJ `el bni Volillf a par Vaal — llllllCardall 10
4 ?Nasky •T 4.4 w, alma. grit county,
.414.1 utter tonsloeso ationdod to Ida
WICTIIII ATTO IC LIIIII AT LAW: ill wiakee• Of
soyealb itnout. Like, p a. snit 13
,u. VKIRKIN .
1 ,,5, toy, licatt fi lock , North side of the Park,
grIN Pa aarll'ail
thiutuatl.Lin and Cooler io Stationary,
Meirsiou. Newstatoirn.lot. Country daulan
Stone onJor Brcru'n Hotol,rrontlug the Park
I g •
J i. CUILDI has tam the Lime Kiln at
„i ot Freniti ytr f et, Des: the Philadelphia depot,
N ', sad 1.4 yr. wired to terolot,t Wh:te Lime, In large
call o uoihri, the lowest nudist pries.
ATTUKSItTIi ass COCAULL.O2III AT Lew.
rirsgoa Blues, u•sr North West earner of the
Cat ESQINLitio, being olaztr 'aim County
IA ?Ingrid to tiarToy miste Plans or lisp
County, ?a (Ala , lit Cocuzion Council %low,
holes or rat hues. Otos ancoad
*ajar Block, Porch ellreet, toitirtius Peth sad
N t; L 4
• NictuAtoi PE.Tocakratinr
i alz ew a . T.
roles Illotk. lOW ?b.
%YIN %i WSLULU,
Arrobtiplril Lf LAW, Ridgway, Pe.
It to M t Itafeau, Caioarat an.tieftarsoneountles.
CHAPIN• 04230134-1 To J W. W. WILBUR.
.t d i l a. , . PROPKUt?OR
MO Rit iSON HOUSE.
ner wf Ilecond ami Market Sir/rot—ono 'guars east of
Warren. Ps. 40pt.;40-17.
111.11 1 SIC N
IFSTION oriel ?SLICK, Paragon 'Block,
West 111 Farrar Usti, Erie. Pa '
sad J. P.
Lad Agcnt, Coor.yagcor and Oollpetor,
Gautta buf Ming, •Jpth weat corner of Fifth and
,unts, re. •p3'66-tt •
Jong Caziaaratlibba. at th• new
a at, Emit. VHlapr, has n hand largo Wort-
Pr.vistomm, Wood and WlLlaw Ware,
L.NaLar, regara, Se to whtah he rtt
iv,ll ctlio tLu attiattliott of the pabltc. aatlafted that
Cool I , ar,tatua as can to had in any part
IN Terris llllPh . r
irtuch street, botwitati 4th sod bth streets,
I idi.ohiphia a Erie Railroad Depot, Kris. Pay
t'lopristor L'iteoviVd iiCCAM2I:IIOda
• .0.cp,0. rr.d travelers lluard by the day or
piaLlohr attached ' apilb Mitt
tor Niguel' Kayse i.lblfl I. 6r UItOTUKI/,
Patent :Cowie& Machias"
t ‘ ..t to 141.. Slat. Stieet,betereen Stb sad 9th Ste,
Clothea =SO to order to the Wiest at7le.
L/TDRY 111 D S&LIIISTADLII, OD Eighth
.a, t,•torei. State and French. Fins Horses and Car
fti to let WI reasonable torsos. n0y211.414-Iy.
do di CARTKR,
if aarETA arntitas o t Steam itairintts,tiollara,
icipleiosota Railroad Cares
11/1 till 1.1.,
Utsrisr°MCA in Roses
lock norThelda of the Park, Isle. Ps.
VDK 1110 U Mkt. •
RUM RAT, ELI CO, Pi. MIN S. 0 CLJUlloirrit,
qprietur Thus Is • uew and tuttittsuunly !Sited up
te , , ID the midst of ono or the best Wonting sad Li dug
,gions In Penitailimunt.- liktisinto4Lone Koonts,(11•/01
• Good Table and Moderate Prices. The pistil*
rvo4N, , a 1a reopectfially. aolicitod. sey'64-10,
Arras:at Ail Lay --lilac' oa 011istrist,
, r , pc.i is Mop Conti Roma 'trial's.
1.16410111.1), AI. D.
',rows or Surittru Slimier, now
Nor. 4, 1864 —Uwe._
kill I, PA
!4 C. Hitttint.
DiuLas Ls Dar Goons, liA o C4ailat
ka), Hard raft, Nails, Wass, timed, Matta, etc, oor ,
Mill GilEa and Public 311susts, Joie. Pb.
111kla ifc 8 VDU,
Wlooamuma ago &mut DILLI.SLO
re , $.64 I'm visions, Plow and Peed, Wood and
Oleo, Moors, Tobago°,
_Sagan, to, State
aeit to Young', Boar thandoblag rda port=
,Y. ku 66-tt
ULK titErlit., Waterford, l'a 4,
Roam. Lsaux, Puma:otos
accocumodaUoLs, sad cw eta attention gins to
fort of gust*. aptres-I,l*
Forwkaokaa Awn Comitniazow MJUICILLIFT,
e, P. Wart octio uu ?Italia Doak, Yost 'Comer of
ti thrbet alio, dealer In Coal. Wt. Ptah, non;
t.r, K its iam. , itC. N. D.—Partimilar aitaotioa
CT Vitt; itaratruag and Forwarding of Nitro..
Crude tol itallutd, to all pail' of as aonatry.
IHRI.WriAN 116131,1 Lit,
Dealer In Ora:arise; Produce, Pro/ Woos,
Willow awl Sums Ware, Vilma. Liquors, ft.,
uppusita tba PostaNco, Iris, Pa.
uatikla WAIN SWING.
ATTOMITS MID 09171111a4L05/ AT 1.411/
. 1 I leg Ask BPRING St, oppoolto Clittoados Hall
,Nair, Y. colloctioao sad all othor logal Dual
j natwd, Volatile. Ws, Warns &ad Torn.
ot&olett to wadi,' sod promptly.
usiCicio—W to. A. 13albrAltb, W &Moro At Brecht
t• s \lrt & Ilan* Pit, Pa.
es It L tiokloo, 8 W. D. Brown
MO/ worm. Po.
its will/ astsbLabed andyoular usalata• la/ Posh
.IE/quirely stead dariug nog Isat trait) lass lu
la g natal awl Lyng dummies yettli mots daddadall
,‘f Itsa say other wands" bolo Iv ih, paths.
,rd of rotoasusblaUou la useatssar)* thud , mango"
tta manta Its usuisreus sad *OM " 2 " La E al l
a Lim awa a dress of coultdsuss is Its WO*
t tviamatotll4l Tuts remedy La mats, lylamulot. r i ll
11,rough Its uperallou—lu adapted to AIM I
t titittitionw -son should be UPI it oval' 16 °Ise
urdokta maw olive noquirs•l: 11 throat sad lan;
tau u . traatso sylla lb* use of this 103•11/ LA
Whir slaps, • teas number of deaths .111
I by Col:Jaws/0u
RIctIIDY Is the bast remedy luicara
tLi• following onwplinte.
CVIIOIIS, L'itOUP ar LIMNS,
4.17101 A er runtioc; akONCHEria,
U. Vous Gad lastiraritat MI Lei"
knoll Prlce—dla Cassis so Si ref 1141 L 11...
If tu, 4 WAlt El,, Mayaufsetaters ~.„..
strrilt, aseutul dour softly of 801Idadl
sale by Ihuggiati !pa dalliers theonglalit the
- s TiLol'l4a IC actoramursir:
le, lbw oulerttgool Mims of joie city *AS wieesity,
's a. I br. P gale* CeLsbestad CO ma 1•11 1 •44/ Irit•
47114111.1, Ist cluing &mow of dm Tamil 18 d=
44 . 11410, Omura In it, us to thlll
" 4 4
333. L .0 4 Y &AV Chiang reseal, 1 1 0 3 41 1.1 d Pit*
+ma 11/1044.11011,' Matthew Sasaltod. U rn .,...•
;Ai ke.boni, ir J. W. Ail J. 720t111014
Jaluk A. 'huh Robet, J. T. Oswe.
ley W . Mloom. Nubia Bear, _Oudot Rent,
"ht W . idme J. Releases. O. IG. Saadi
J.ta R 04.tre,,, W. F.Rioderseoh; J. 11108 " Y,
Jukt 1 &amain,
e. Lawton. J.W.C91,01.
"tdi %Puna ilaaaes Sherwood. W. H. WV,
A 3 4:.... . w. U. Cooper. A.M. TatboU,
b. 1. hnt../, Joaspb Demob g• • • 11 ••••tt•
4.11. tun, drill Utiat, J. Solohory.
../(all•Luitti Lucius A. lion. U. U•Ser.,
1. 11.,,,, .
Mums it Kea. J. L. Lou&
11 01. W. 14 1141/411419 i a °4l°. "' 34
41.... Kw., tame. W .delso, Slim N. Irt3Lik
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TH E oul , scriber will cheertuity eleuu Mee
ch.r e all who cleatta tt, tha copy ul 'tarot
11) • 4141 h. waa aerial al tbaaDJAN
Cur eV la irt V it.osCiaspa r ut
sty !cite adessiou, Ise siticaraly hued Will 11l Ude 'TA
s eilaatun e d if tth•y so their will *mow, glawnill
on. we ,<. 1t rimulital for his own eanipino coiner
‘1,4. curious to place is the Iltuido IIIVEL" ". 11 . ma
.. l ile
Ito liarlal at cut Mont manlif rw4 0 41 '"*
nzeenne, ta , will Owe all on or ad4rono
Bar. WK. B. ALLIS,
No. M Jolla Mai& Nat T.
• SPECIAL NOTIOES.
VIP (MEAT ENGLISH RR* BM'
Celebrated POttildo Pills.,
di/TEI.7ED 4 14 it .
ROYAL d i p , AL PATENT!
. . . .
papa/raw a Prawripliwa 41 Sir J. Clarke. Al. 0 ,
Phseleien ilihirearlinaro to the Queen.
nip Invaluable medicine le nufelling to the owe of all
an.• palatal acid darnterotr diessies to which the female
constitu tkpa ts subject. tt modemitsw.Ml same and re
sume' all oletruatione, ands speedy rureriser be relied
TO IHARILi4O LAIMIN '
tle peculiarly suited: It U, in a short time, bring on
the Moodily Period - with regularity.
Beoh-bottlo, Oen One Dollar, boars the 4011111111110 i
Stamp of &eat Britain, to prevent roaaterlilta
mu Pills sheedd set M talent rmidami Airier Ow
liaST TRAM aromirmi 4/Pressesey, es they ere
ears terbrinir en Si 'initers, irA d so ether line Our
one *VA •
aU awn of *Neese and *phial AlieVona, Stine !s
ibs Beak and Mato. Team oa ezartien,Palpita•
lion of the Heart, Hyrtartee and Whites, base Ms will
Whist a cure when all other amass have hailed: and s&
though a Powerful lambi do not metals INN. calomel,
antimony or anything barbel to the eneettbation.
Toll direst/one la the sagitilet &mead eta parka"
eibleb ebonid I. earafelly plowed. -
MILD BY ALL DZINWHITit.
Sole Agent for the United Stites Sad Clanade.
JOB MOSTA TS Clottaladt Bt, Mew Tort
N. H —51,00 4.4 d postage stamp enelosed to Oil an
booted agent, will Insure a bottle, eoatetntair SO PUN.
DIII AlittiLIALL 9 l4 OILITAILIRS 111‘11Fr.—This
gnat bria thoroughly proved itself to be the bed
article known for ming Onaalin.'oOLO u tit HUD
and USUDACIfti. It has bees found as enesllent remedy
to many ours of Soli NM. Diana hes boss record
by It, and Rumors hue often bees greatly Improved by
it. are. It '
i. fragrant sad agresidde, mad gine MEDI.
ATE RELICT to the dull hem pain sinned by dimness
of the Used. The sensations after using it us delightful
and invigorating. It opens and puma out all ob
druations, strengthens the gland' and give* a healthy
action to the ports slibated.
Yore than thirty yews of sale sad use of Dr. Meashairs
Catarrh and Resdrialle Sued has proved its rest value
for all the maims 41sessei of the head. sad et this too.
went It stands higher Asa ever belbre It la reemomend
lei by many of the beat phyststars, led J• mod with great
, ILD/111 SI 811YUI
MONIS/ awl satledhettoa frosishiera Reset the Costliest*
of Wholesale Druglsts la 1164:
The undersigned having for malty years barn &exlain
tea with Dr. Marshall's Catarrh and Beadeetub liaulf.and
told la oar wbolesa4 trade, cheerful)! state that we be
lieve it to be equal. la every mik; to the reeonaneads
Done given of it for the cure of Catarrh ♦maetlooa, and
that it to decidedly the best artiste we here ever known
for all common &seam of the Head.
Co,Burr & Prrry, Rood, Austin k Co., Brown, Lama k
C Rood. Collor& Co.,tktb W. Fowls, Wilson, Palzbaok
& CO, 80/tOll flonobaw, Edmonds & H. B. Hay,
Portland, Ye; Rues n & Park, A. B. &U. liandnAttopbou
Pool & Co.,larul Minor & Co., MeCanocoo & Robbins, A.
L & Co., K. Ward, Close II Co., Bash & Gabs,
For pals by all Drag/Nita. Try It. jrW64-*y.
BlLANDatillTli'd PILLS.—They expel the poi
sons which threaten life. livery time a sick per.
son is purged by this vegetable remedy, he has law vi
tiated homers and more life and vigor, as any one can
prove by taking • single doe* Persons of spars Witt
gain dash and strength while %dog them. Bean time
we rest a fairylayr or woos, from this pusgatton.vre Doke
new holds from our food, which replace the tineennd
onsslhat the pills have wooed to be evacuated. Tech
time we repeat this pewees we expel further quantities
of impurities, widish are brae replaced by *aids ler and
low tippers, so that in a short duo, by Gantialliag th
treatment, we bring beak the whole maw of Snide or
humors to that state of parity which sonstitates health,
for Brandreth's Phis emit tails away humors which an
Sold by all respectable declare in =Widnes.
rjCLIPSED P else lights are esti/gushed when a
great truth shines forth, and the Insontestlb le tact
that the bat: turns &clini c ay, red or Andy to a `lori
ousblackorbroun,gals km n the ckkgskitcm,
its hese, under the . operation of
now known tbroasboal tka ditort/ma coatia•nt. Ii
h.rml•s■, contains no caustic, improver the fibres,
produces rich, natural and butt -•g color of any shad.
from a warm Drown to a glossy übl•,aod is indorsed by
the moat • ninacit analytic chemists in the Rotted
Maniatactami by J. OBISTADO66. No. 6 4itor flown',
Now York. Bold by all Miami Leta arid applied by all Holt'
TO Tait zumfous, ftKilll.lTaTisD AND
DIGSPONDICSIT Of 110/13 nitiltd.—A great sut
him hale( been restored to health In • few dais, after
emir pare of misery, Le willing to giant his ealtertog
allow-erastarlabr Ititialsi ifres,) oci the receipt of •
postpaid eddressed envelope. • copy of the Monts u
mare emplesed. Direst to
JOEili M. DA MALL, Bon 111 Poet QM*,
lirookirn, N. Y.
L/ 161. TOBIAS , VIINATIAN BUVU WAl
614 Matra Hartford. Goon.
Dr. Tomas—Dear str : X hare bier to the Urery busi
ness for the last twenty yews, sod Marton that time
Wive media the wtous. neonate and Winos of the
day; but rimer bate found as lifildo4lSal to year Von •
elan gorse Ltalmant. 1 bar* Way tested it on my
bones to dirtozolor, sprains, eatmosam swelling of the
glands, be, as also for stimuli= oa sleet; ind bare
always fogad It SO Invaluable tomsedy.
Respeettally yours, O. LITOBIIIILD.
Mad by all dragglets. Calm, SO Cortlaadt Street,
AUNIVZSBOLAIIIRDICINS.—by what we eat,
the sir we bnatium. az bl the enter we drluk. w.
coo b. made Oak ; or by Wive, or trem debility taitueed
by beat. Imam theme dhoti and by producing impurity
of blood. To regale health we mast purify - the blood,
by the organs of the atosaah sad bowele • thusi
must be sectioned to the regular perforisause of
duty whist' Ware bee aesigwed them, tad slunk% there
be soy Impediment, to that 'sputum patot
TO BRANDUTH'S PILLS,
wkleh cannot laiste, sad which will 'met, restore the
Dowels toweplie, tha tigalaroidersalat at their duties.
The dy the Wawa Ma lad Shwa • treasure of
Matti, sad the mar may ite said te sit who ar• abik fa
as, TlO%—teke Makeitheal PUla amid be ears& Sold by
all manta* , dealer la ssedlehme. apP44-tas
AIIIICANDID STA,IINT.-Ito• Ara unseats of
W druggist la this sill ,!sloth Dr Tobias'
Vomit** Liniment. It is • sari and speedy sari for
sort throat. headache. toothache, throats riseastissa,
colts; croups tad pi* * the Ilan* IN advise way
one to give !I a trial. This *panes 15 s MON trills-0
mists-sad we ars soulkie l at ao puma will over b. with
oat It. liniry tunny should hare • bows to the Imam
la sass of sadder &mkt**, sash as meta, bens% scalds.
as. Its sobs Faltering eilitissars ssirasuloas. As tor
croup, tt las sand we hare the es:Wm* s
to prop it.
?rim a 1 sad AO mats. Sold by all druggists. Oiles
* Cortland* Street. New York.
ILI DIL Want 4409de1r,
1 Drs. tirsianich it Co., of Betide, hare dimmers
• gas caring method, by whisk all allsoasse asp be
readily 4'241140411 Ward by UN Wiwi. without the
aid as pbysisian. Dr. P. is -the saiiier of a medical
work of 300 pages, prise 112 90, glides a hill esplanatioa
of lbp loaded treatment nisi die "'Wish a inoatbly
mcdisai Jainial, of whilob sasicdsh naraberw wN w sect
4si by iiddrassing Ors. J. itailllUDE 00..
• Ihnlans, .
WALLOW Iwo ot W
..Tosis ilittoser "amISPIA wilersons t asti•
OAPs," IssAin, Sat, ark Om yen esa valisOst nab tlbe
result, tbial box et WI DOCITOR • 1111101tArfl
1l IA it<flQlllO /111.14—ani. is essiored to Web
and Aar is lessthins tkirg e r ?bey an runty
nisairat to tsbm. sad sebstasy is their
=On Ole bruises-dime mid ~NW eninditlltino•
ota mut young at tsts thus with. obbniall• halm
tad sad sold in tbs United RON *sly by
;W. 3: 21711.88,4 o Ilronirrnh j _
Agent for tio Wilted ewes.
• P boo of Um Pills, ssearea ni ses:4o 1,111 Its rootl
et to WV address on receipt of - wideb is 0“
to setasdsd by AgoOt Pan
sattra is not tees.
r3DITOR or OSSIOINSO , Psom I:— Wi th
r, your Una promUrsiou I wish to asy to Oh noadus
at 'air Ma Mot I Will ostrd t by Mara matt, to allWlto
'tab it, • I .o4 l llp with rail dirsatians ag
sad as $ stool* ga.,tuitcu sisatuallyt.
too days, la& illoWiso. la. hackles 1
sad all bapsettss Ido. Unitas tbs «L as olou
smooth sod beautiful.
rat alsosis trio to Aso basin 13414 WSalo, or
Bars Yams, pio4Usstoossai tatinsoattolvthat OW
enable WM to start a full vewiti .I;savisst ;#614
Widgets or utauotsalsola boo WM&
. All appltsatlsio awsperk, ww,i, IMMO.
ouri-11s. WINOWINSW. Now TO' 1.
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A Card to the Buffering.
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111UUSDAY, JUNE Bth, 1885
6f RaY~l . rwiLALOSS ■T TIM Palms O TS2 "MOS OP
.ial4[uu3B. Lisiuttr Jackeds.
BELLE VALLI!Y. May 80, 1866
EDITOR: UP THE ERIC plligliVlß-SIBAZ SIR :
Will you hove the kieiluess to publish the
secompstuyiog Baull Hymn of the #epub
lio " ht your paper! sod
• Battle Hymn of the Republic., •
Hine eyes have seen the coming of the 'bey'
, of the Lord;
He's trampling out: the 'image where the
grapes of wrath are stored ;
He bath loosed the fateful lightning of his ter
, riblehatrift sword;
His truth is marching on.
Clloans.—Glory, glory Hallelujah. His
truth is marching on.
I've seen him in the watch•flree of a hundred
circling camps ;
They've banded Hine an altar in the evening
dews and damps;
I've read his righteous sentence by the dim
Baring lamps. •
His day is marching on.
Cuoeus.—Glory, glory Hallelujah, His day
is marching on.
I've read a fiery gospel, writ with burnished
rows of steel,
"As ye deal with my contemners, so my reSCO
with you shall deal ;
"Let the Hero born of woman crush the ser—
pent with his heel,"
Since 0011 is marching on.
.Cunitus.—Glory, glory Hallelujah, Since
God is marehiog on.
He'e sounded forth the trumpet that shall
never call retreat ;
He's sifting out the hearts of men before his
judgment seat ;
Be swift my soul to answer Him, be jnbilane
Our Owl is marching on
Cuonue.—fliory, glory Hallelujah. Our tied
is marching on.
In the beauties of the lillies Christ was born
across the ass,
With a glory in his boom that transfigures
you anti ins;
As He died to make men holy, let us die to maks
While God is marching on
CLIORUIL —Glory, glory Hallelujah, While
God is marching on.
[From the New York Tribune, Way 29
The surrender by their chief of all the
rebel forces westward of the Mississippi
was consummated on Friday last at New
Orleans, received by telegraph next day
at Washington, and appropriately ac
knowledged by the President in an order
through the War Department that all
persons confined under sentences by Mili
tary tribunals of imprisonment dOrttig the
war be at once discharged from custody.
This is an official notifivation that the war
is closed, that the authority of the Union
is fully re-established and respected from
the St. John to the Rio Grande, and that
the Great Rebellion is no more I Gen.
Sheridan's Texas campaign is ended be
fore it was fairly begun, and our armies
can be reduced, so fast. as the soldiers can
be paid oil, to a very moderate peace es
tablishment. So the day of National
mourning for our lamented President
Lincoln (Thursday, June 1) will be ob
served throughout nearly the whole ex
tent of our vast country—in Little Rook
and Montgomery, in Tallahassee and Gal
veston, es openly, as earnestly as in Boston
St, ends the mightiest, grandest, blood
iest, most destructive, most momentous
struggle in modern history. with the slave
pens of Richmond. anti Charleston. the
gin-houses in Alabama. the bane-mills of
Louisiana and Texas, glowing in the light
of the newly risen sun of Universal Free
dom. Ours has been by far the most deso 7
luting struggle since the fall of Napoleon,
but the results are nobly worth their
Our country is again at peace—we trust
for a century. We shall begin at oace to
repair and reconstruct, to re-open disman
tled railroads, to rebuild burned cities,
and to replace the fences which have been
swept from many thousaads of square
miles by the passage of contending armies.
From this hour forth, each day will wit
ness A/increase of our national wealth,
awl the census of 1870 will show a deci
ded gain, both in population awl proper
ty, over that of 1860. though half a mil
lion lives and four thousand
worth of property have been devoured by
our civil war.
But to this end it ir. essential that there
be no looking back—no nursing of feuds
—no cherishing of hatreds born of our
great contest. Let the law and its minis
ters do their proper work ; but let no man
be popularly proscribed, stigmatized or
ostracised. in any section for the part he
has borne in our bygone struggle. If
Unionists are to be mobbed or otherwise
hunted out in strongholds of rebel feel
ing, or if those who have been rebels are
to be thus buffeted by Union neighbors.
we shall have no true peace, no revival of
prosperity, but general bitterness and
social anarchy. AU good men must unite
in frowning down every attempt to per
petuate in peace the antipathies insepara
ble from war. -
At best, we shall have a Lesson of ern
barrastment. Many, in defiance of all
warnings, have contracted debts under
an intisted currency which the great re
duction of nominal values renders them
unable to pay, so their property roust be
sold mid they left bankrupt for life. Many 1 1
who would gladly labor and produce find
themselves destitute of seed, of animals,
of tutee means of `paying for labor, and so
unable to make a crop this year, or do
more in any way than just keep - soul and
body together. Oar public burdens are
large, and must in such times press heavi—
ly on the sources of production. Our per.:
pie, while penniless, are ragged &loci, and
'in want of nearly every comfort ; hence.
goods sell faster than they cab be paid=
for, sod importations are excessive,.ain
ing US Or coin at the rate of ; millions per
weils, when we ought not Co spare a dol.
ERIE, PA tHURSDAY
lar. Labor has been receiving high noqii .
nal Wages, and doe not readily accept
lower. even when. they- . bgy more then
did.tbose of last year. It is quite proba
ble alas many furnaces,forges and facto-
ries, must stop for a season, because thei r
cannot be run at curroni. rates without
ruinous loss. On-the whole, we shall-do
well if we close' this year without famine_
or general collapse, prepared to opera 1866
with such arrangements and adjustments
as will ensure decided efficiency in every
departaient of our National industry. TO
lige end must all ayes be directed so soon
as it is settled that we are not to supidee
went regular warfare by neighborhood
feuds, with nightly assassinations and
Peace being officially declared, we look
to our new President for the earliest pot
sibleyestorittion of the privilege of habeas
corpus and for the abrogation of kilitary
rule wherever the danger-of fortSible re
sistance to civil authority has Ceased. Let
the military be.still amenable to Military
tribunate, but let civilians be civilly treat
ed and enabled to face their accusers be
fore an impartial jury. Let no excuse. be
given disaffection to suspect' or faction to
assert that public danger was but a pre
text and arbitrary power the real object.
The danger was real ; the assumption of
power was essential to the Nation's life:
hut from that moment wherein the ne
cessity ceases the exercise : of power - be
comes usurpation and tends to create
public perils instead of averting them.
Let us have the reign of law restored at
the earliest moment ; if there be but one
State wherein it is now safe to return , to.
the good old ways, give us back the privi
lege of ;habeas corpus in that'State, and
in each of the residue so aoon as may be
thereafter. We entreat the President and
his official counselor* not to let one day
pass without considering the queslion--:
" May we not safely extend further the
natural predominance of civil over mili
tary law and rule ?"—un'til the last square
mile of our country reposes again securely
under the protection of the time
safeguards of individual and national
Vram the Phlb►delphla •re, May 20.)
Nora Trouble with the Negroes in
Passenger Railway Cars.
Quite a serious disturbance,„ which
threatened at one time to culminate in a
riot, occurred yesterdiy alteration about,.
five o'clock, in the neighbortrorsd of Hwy
enth and Pine streets. The trouble was
caused by three uegroes, who jumped into
one of the Eleventh street passenger •rail
way oars and insisted on . riding. They
were requested to leave, and refusing to
do so, the conductor jumped the oar from
the track, and left it standing on thelaide
of the street. A ucond car came-along,
when the blacks again got in. AbciUt'this
time a number of firemen with their en
gine came along. being on their way him:
from a fire in the neighborhood of Fifth
and Cherry streets. The Street being
blocked up with cars, caused them, also.
to come to a halt with their apparatus.
firemen at onori min , the Oitli.4 of the
disturbance and undertook with, tho std
of the conductor, to eject the negroes
from the second car. The latter resisted,
and one of them had a saw in his hand
with which he cut t to conductor-snit also
a police officer, there .being only tine •r
two on the grOund at this time. The
darkies were finally compelled to retreat
and the oar passed on. Thar create-I a
great exeltentent dm.l bl.nskt b l i : scores
Came pouring from all 1113 little lanes and .
courts in this neighborhood, and prepared.
themselves for a fight. :Every oar that
came along was hailed, and at least two,
and in acne oases three and four would
jump in. they would no sooner be in
than the whites would rush after them
and hurl them into the street. A large
police force, under Lieutenant, Peullin,
fortuuately arrived ou the grouuit about
the time affairs wore assuming it Jorious
turn and a riot was looked for. Some five
or six negroes were arrested and taken
to the station house. one Of them having,
on his person a heavily leaded pistol. The
cars along Pine street, were also threat
eamt, A cr owd sit ilerkeys, eousistiug of
both melee and females, would gather
around the rear 04110 M), an d as eith).l as
the car would start they would gallop
after, howling and yelling, and making
all kinds of threats towards die conduc
tor. A few arrest:: 'soon stopped this.
Finding themselves defeated here, some
of the party walked up the street as far
u Locust street, and there laid in wait
for a oar, Which soon came along, when
au attempt was made to get in. The pres
ence of the pollee prevented any serious
disturbance of the peace. The negroes
remained in crowds along Eleventh street,
between Lombard and Pine, until a late
hour last evening. A number of white
persons were also gathered around, and
ail kinds of threats and riotous language
were indulged in, but nothing of a serious
character occured. The railroad conductor's
are placed in a rather awkward position.
The - rules of their companies prohibit
black persons from riding, yet the con-.
duotors&cordioi - to a late deeisiou in
court, y attempt to eject there*, are
•liable to peoseoution for assiiiltroild bat%
levy. The negroes, have taken "deletes.
of this fact, as their condu6t of yesterday
ebbirs, and there is no telling how
matter may terminate.
The liejor-Gener!ils of the regulafarmy,
it iy r epelled. will be iseigoed as :
Gen. lialleck to command the .raciac
States; Gin. gheraiten. the Division of the
Mississippi ; Oen. Meade; the Atlantic
States ; Gen. `Sheridan, the trane-Miesil•
Apo ; Gen. Ttioumia.**,ginie and . North
• The German opens...singers. hate inivest
ed'ittfarms.7- (Ex. I " They Iced beta* • re
tire to them and cultivate'their
04.1 1. t
♦ lISILIOUS DIF,TURUANCE
' F .
7.' 4 :
;NOT P4JD map, -rim, END OF
qrlll3l ths Elirmageld (am YaliPabikaa.3
A. Religious Civil War:
The=quintion seems an absurd vine and
yet scene °Phis sectarian newspapers ate
di:was:o4,k and atteMpting to prepare
public Mind tir it. They could hardly
umkirteke • mcwe wicked and -iniaddev
out work ; but they assume to.ha merely
giving needful mailing of what must soon
dome, The pretense is that. Vie-Roman
Catholics bare a- deep plot to-get posses-'
Sion of the Government of the United
States, destroy our free institutions, make
theiirreligion the Mate religion., and in'
foie% establish a despotism, with •perhapor
the Pope in person at its head; at any
rate with all • the hideous nuschinoiry of
the inquisition to torture us into support/
oif , its , faith and authority. The deicrip
...tieins given of the frightful things - -to be
done by deer Pope's government of _the
United States. when fully established, are
enough to make one's blood freeze with
horroi, if resit with seriousness and cre
dulity. The monstrous barbarities of the
darkest of dark ogee are-all to be repro
duced here. What do our Protaitant edi
tors mean by attempting to excite such
sectarian alarm and hostility ? It is =-
possible to stipPcise that they believe there
is any oause for it. They bring no facts
to show that the Catholics of this country
seek political power as a sect, or that they
carry their sectarianism into politics. In
fact, they are leas obnoxious to this charge
than the Protestants, for while in many
parts of the country a Catholic cannot be
nominated for any office because of the
fact that Protestanhi- will not vote for
Catholics, we never heard of an instance
Of a Catholic refasitig to vote for the can
didate of his party because of his being
Protestant. If there is any bigotry in this
matter, the Catholic is by no means the
chief offender. But let us see what some
of the prdphsta of evil have to say. This
is from the Boston Recorder, the organ of
the first-proof Orthodoxy in -Massachu
"The real extent of Romish control at
this moment is unsuspected. It may be
sufficient in 1868 to give us a President;
two-thirds of both houses of Congress, and
a majority in both houses of three-fourths
of alt the States I An amendment of the
Constitution could thus be affected, mak
ing Papacy the national religion and the
only one to be tolerated.. But the most
'sanguine nay - not hope so much so soon.
Rome may.seeit sate to aspire no further
in 1888 than to a Vice President,. To
make a .President of him wouid.need but
a skillful dose of poison—a trifle that
Rome never wanted when the motive was
adequate. Rome hopes that at some fu
ture day some future or present party
shall find itself obliged openly to sell itself
to her. If so, nod another rebellion arise
in consequence of its ruin or success (and
either would bring it on), mightier means
on thin side of the Atlantic and certain
recognition on the other, will attend its
very optning "
.Villainous is the only word that can
describe the meaning and intent of such
language as this The 'Catholic can readily
find means to retort by showing that there
have been Protestant as well as Catholic
despots and assassins, and that neither
political ambition, nor intolerance, nor
cruelty have pertained exclusively to any
one denomination. But the great objeo.
tion to such sectarian assaults is that they
tend to provoke the very evils they axe
professedly directed against. Nothing is
more to be deprecated- than the creation
of hostility and suspicion between the
sects into which our communities are di
vided, and especially the attempt to intro
duce the proscription of any denomination
into politics. When the Catholics, or any
oilier sect make an assault upon our free
iustitutione, it .will be met. It is mon- ,
strous.injustice to attempt to excite-ens
clan, and ill will against them in advance.
We can secure ourselves in no such way.
Our safety .lies in the education of the
people. The peril growing out of the large
addition of foreigners to our voting popu
lation comes not . from their religion but
their ignorance. We must educate whole
people. We must insist upon intelligence
as n qualification for the ballot. Then,
whether the voters are black or white—
Catholic or Protestant—they will know
enough to vote for their own welfare and
that of theirchildren, and will jealously
resist the Brat. approach of despotic power.
come,witenee it may. Let us have no at
tempts to excite denominational passion
and prejudice, and no monstrous predic
tions of sectarian civil war.
61 I'M—There sie two kinds of girls.
One is the kind that appears best abroad
the girls that are good for balls, rides,
parties, visits, &a., and whose chief delight
is in such things. The other is the kind
that appear beet at home, the girls that
are useful and cheerful in the . dining
room, the sick room, and all the precincts
of home. They differ widely in character
One is often a torment at hoiste, the other
a blessing ; one is a moth, consuming
everything about her; the other a sun
beatu.'diffusing life and gladness to all
The Winded (Conn.) Herald gives a de
plorable account of that village, " Not a
house building in Winated, not• a new
manufacturing concern opening, not
school existing whore boys or girls can
puma, the *dewed studies, not a mo
ths?s son ia• college or fitting to go in
not a library existing, tot even a grave,
yard in which a leasable lot can be pax
A bill has beenintrodneed in the Ten
sasses Legislature requiring lawyers, doc
tors, minister of the gospel, and all per
•eons elected officere•under the laws of the
State, to 'take the oath that they have
never aided or encouraged the- rebellion,
before they can practice or hold office.'
C. A. Dias: formerly of the New York
Tribusis, but more lately of the War De..
pirtmeot, is"to take ehrale‘of aliew malt
at 'Chieiges, On tie 9iit'or.tiztY;` With
satikil.of slo,odo a year for give years. It
starts with a capital of $350,000.
V LI "
. • - • ,
elimPaheme7 -6111"1" Daelt ginta arm " ,art
of t~rvo. 11::
bladed by • desire to betwilt other., will •be Imp to
&Mak to all who need It (free of charge) Ike recipe
md-dtmettoos for makiag..tba.. ample remedy steed Is
his mos. Seems' wishieg to prat by the advertiser..
hadesperieask sad poa i a sure sard saleable remedy,
esa de so by him at mace at Us place of bust
am. The mho, lad full Itdonnetlon—of rind trepor-
Ikenen-mill be cheerfully mat by Morn mad.
addle" BONN D. OGDEN.
No GO Truman St., New York
P. fl.—N'erroae Salluers of both eases will end the
utorrattlan taraloalle. spin. am
ipso YOU WINN To UN CONKDC—DR. HU
MANS INILISN SPECIFIC PILLS sari. in 1.0
10 days, the worst eases of N ERVOO3 N F 94, Iwo
frefimiL Promatare Dim*. Seminlsl Weakame, lamaity,
mad •Nlfristaryd3exual and Serrano Attectiono, lan smel
ter frog *bat cause produced. Mee one duller 'per bon.
Sea% post peld, by mall, on receipt of an older. Ono los
will pabets Cure In most Cares: Address
JANES S BUTLEtt,
General Scent. 427 Sir - idway, Hew
Ives carivesi ns tio ac. CKPEUINNIIN
OF A NICRVOLIS .INVALIti
• rekollabed for the benefit •1/4 u • caution to !onus
tail others. the sneer from Nervous Debility. Pre-
Dicey of Naohood, Arc.. supply's( at ' thi same
tie luau of setture. Byrum who'ber eased himself
iglu setkorgolag eoulderahle quackery. Hy euelosio(
Prpaid srldrused envelupeAlogle copies may be WO
ger iCmr, histeestiruNteurate. era
13t. - . Weakly; Klargallo.. N. T.
Do yen want Whiskers or llowitaehm ? Our
Binainat Compound will forts them to row on the
wsoothint taco or elan, or hair on bald bead', to sit
wash. Prieto $1 00. Rant hi mall everywhere, closely
sealed, on rwielot of prito.
Address, WARNBR & CO., 80% lial, Brooklyn, N. Y
(LLD STUN Marne, I.v pamptilit Croa
t)/ log how to opoodibr • • • i• Rod give up doo-
tor os sosdlelno. Seat '
W& Ana Lot of Whisk
TT ems Woo mooohirle Ned of glow
tat; will please road tbr 0 , • •
fa soother part of this paper
lIMEIR BRIDAL CHAMBEK, an &may of WIT D.
I. lug sod luotruetlos t.r Young Men—publldoil by
the Howard diwoolation, sad snit fro* of chariots waled
gwwolwiww. *dams. Dr. J. MUM HOTIORTOIII
EtREAT SALE or Watches, Chains, Dia-
ILA wad Rings. dm One 111111 on • Dollars' worth to
M Wormed or at One Dollar Rich I Without regard to
Value! Not to be odd for until you know what you are
to metre I Splendid List of Articles I ' All to be sold
hor One Dollar tech
250 Gents' Gold Hunting-tam Watches.— ...,.$6O to $l6O
260 1/11.1111 Gold and Enamelled hunting ease
Watches —.. ..... 35 to TO
600 Gents' bunting-case Silver Watches 35 to TO
2" Diamond Binge. 60 to 100
6,000 Gold Vest and Neck Cimino -4 to ge
3 " Gold Oval Band Bracelets Ato g
6 " Gold and Jet Bracelet' oto 10
1 " Chatelaine Chain" and Guard Chains.. 6to 20
S " Solitaire and Gold Broaches 4to 10
6" Coral, Opal, and Emerald Brooches__ 4to g
3 " Gold, Cameo. and Pearl Ear Drops. 4to 8
6.. kroaisc, Jet, Lars, & Flr'n tine ear drops. 4to 8
1,6' Coral, Opal, and Emerald " 4to 0
4 " California Diamond Boast-plus ',50 to 10
8 " Gold Fob and Vest Watch -keys 2 150 to 13
4 " Yob and Veal Ribbonolidea 3to lo
6 " sets Solitaire Sleeve-buttons, Stade, &a. 3to 8
$ " Gold thimbles, Pencils, kc 4to 6
10" Allatatore Lockets 2,50 to 10
4 " Misdate* Lockets, Magic aiming 10 to 20
a " Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, be .. 2to • 8
1 4 Plain Gold Mtge 4to 1)
11 " Chased Gold Stags- • 4to II
9 . Steno Set and Signet Rings 2,60 to 10
9 " California Diamond Rings -. Ito 10
16" seta Laditre' Jewelry—Jet and G01d.... 6to 15
111 . 4 seta Ladle.' Jewelry—Cameo, Pearl, Opal •
and other stonee 4to 16
111 " Gold Pine, &Ina extensloo holders and
Faxisils,- . 4to 10
9"" Gold Pens and Gold mounted Holders... Bto 10
6 " Gold Peas sad Gold extensleo " 16 to 20
* " Ladies' Gilt and Jet Buckles sto 15
a " Wise' Gilt and Jet Hair Bars & Bela._ sto 10
a " Silver Goblets and Drinking Cups 6to 60
3 " Silver Craton 15 to 50
2 " Silver Fruit,Oard, and Cake Baskets-- 20 to 60
6 " dosen Silver Tea Spoons i per dos.) 11 to 21
6 " dozen Silver Table Spoons anti Forks.-- 21 to 41
ARRANDALE k Co., - Danufactarers' Agents, N 0.167
Broadway, New York, announce that all of the .bore
list of goods will be sold for One Dollar each.
To consequence of the great stagnation of trade In the
manslectaring districts of England, through the war
having cut of the supply of cotton, a large quantity o
!enable Jewelry, originally intsode•l for the English
market, has been sent off for sale in this country, and
meat be sold at any emetics I Tinder these circum
stances, AKKANDALE•& Co., acting as agents *Cr the
principal European manufacturers, have resolved tman
a Groat Gift Distribution, subject to the following rest' •
Cartatastes of the sarioui articles are drat put into
antelopes. sealed up, and mired ; and when ordsied, are
titan ant without retard to choice, and sent by mall,
Unit tiring all a fair chance. Aln the reoeipt of the
airtifleati, you will are what you ate to hare, end then
It la at your option to send the dollar and take the arti
cle or not. Purchasers may thus obtain a Gold Watch,
Diamond Ring, or any Set of Jewelry on our list for one
REND U CENTS FOB A CERTIFICATE
In all tr.nsactions by mall, we Magill charge for for•
warding the Cert!dczte,paying posture, end deteß the
bekelnes26 cents each which most be enclosed when
the Cecate le seot.for. Five Ceti:Maslow will be sent
for $), eleven for $2, thirty for si, slily-five for $lO, and
a hundred for $l6.
AGITSTS.—We want agents 41 every regiment, and in
every town and county in the country, and those acting
as such will be allowed tan cuts on every Certificate or
dere for them, provided their remittance amounts to
one dollar. Agents will collect rd dente for every Car.
tidosta, and iscpit 16 cents to us, either in - cash or post.
d_ Ad rasa,
L BROWN & CO.,
(Late Sows, Brown & C 0..)
BANKKR,S AND COLT ECTORS
Military & Naval Claims,
2 Park Piaci, New York.
Corresponding boas/ to Washington, H. C ,.1.W. Flatt•
er t Ca., 4119 14th Street.
Having had three tears experience In the collection
of Mime and the enteral transaction of huskies,' in all
department* of Government, we tau 11PAtir. , our shoute
and arreepondente that all barite.. intrusted to us
will be vigorously and promptly atteuded to. tS• are
prepared to make IttiValitVel upon and negotiate the safe
of claims, and purchaae Quarterniastm 'a Mite and
checks. se well as collect the following elausee•
rewars* for Invalids, Widows, Mothers aad rnphan
Bounties for Soldisra, &ado rged to: wounds rsa bred
in battle, those who have served two vests, and the
heirs of deceased; also state bounty td such se are en
Artie re of pay tel Onlcera and 3 oldlers, and the Leira
Navy prigs money for all captures.
HIM , pension and balance of pay
Accounts of discharged .11Icers settled, o duaece sod
ejathtag returns properly wade out and collected. and
altarauces Obtained from Ordnance and Qoarterma etre.
'U.S. Revenue Atarops for sale at a discount of 3tri To
4 per cent
Wholesale and Retail
OROORET AND PROVISION STORE,
WININ AND LIQUONS
F. & ffi. SCHL.A,IIDECICER,
are now receiving at their old stand, Ameri
can Block, State street.* large and superior
• iLLOW, 1
FRU I I
together with every thingfound in a House
of this kind, - thi_ch they will sell u cheap
as any other establishmeut in this city for
Cash or most-kinds of country produce.
They hats.US oo Mod so* of tha Istgest sad -Roost
ittacki of ?awe sad Rogsrs wiz brought to kr* to
Aga tbui Write tie Mirada* of tie WAIL
by liz at
Grocery Head Quarters!
V. ilLitiicas km% ) mix 'ffranT
sae L 1361-41 ONLitrikLIZIL
Lfs~ittl4.4ll'lllri tie.; art
08, PB. also praedisslo idiot/sing 70 10 a.
O N l'ia'kiter:.tirrth: Oct.ia f 18641
I 66 4 ' t , ii &VM•Nalftellbo4.l3lllollNNASln
sod Crook, 'Mow
CO A . / Ktcdpdfas it i 31attont '
\and mina at ;
00 P. M Da, M,walit ..... "•qat North East, Waol
11•14 MoatiNtlt. aad Angola, sot
arrintagit MAIINQ — ZI.WII c
• 18 P. N , asmnaati .184prowy, Napping at Wastllll4
Onakirt wad Silva Crook, anti armee at. BAIN*
st le belt 31.
orgiroosawata at Matiltirk Dal=
e ilt OWN* Olaf. with Enema
I 30 . 11,1Wsige Nopphig at all Statanna ear Ott fontiwal,, Niping Vrtitelai, Minetwvi mod
Nasky villa, *Molts it Kris at 10 10 A. U .
1 SA I`.. 61., Dan Myna, stepping At Angola, 31Drar
'Ansa, I)aokidt. iltaaillaid and North Sapt, anima
•I tia at '6 At, P. N .
I au P. N., aka* taw ,AltOpplAN at an htat7ooll and
urinals at Eris pt 0 IS P 11
atagii attippuN ALEJIA, Uinta
.Pak. bunktrk.aul WeAtAald, *myth,' at Elio at
8 60 A•II
Rain., ail Nina t. teu.uloutaa taither Van p. a ,a tiza
glay ^I, Ina,: J i.BWI l OFIANT..IApt
• P. SCHAAF, •
lAuukt respectfully Wham as public Mat he La• opened
No., 2 Hughes' -Bloek, Erie;
Wham h. will eill;uys knoll baud a largo supply of
CROCKEitY AX I) )01)k‘Is t i ABA,
111 Arms, iativotcm ' 4111.1A110.1.
Afl nveiythuski usually fur aatato w tatablialuilaat ut
or Tail,. i . ..aaorahlo so any edit slur. In lb*
- - New Grocery!
ACOB BOO'fZ would res poctluliy au
to uotuce to IL. people ut kris cit. lad outiutl,11•11
tai has %moiled •
het*, ffssi Milk if Peath Mrs.; a Short thwi..co-SesS ,
st 144 r Laal Mears Orpa,
'n !oeolpt of 10
• .01% D. D.,
Away, Now Yoric
PROVISIONS, WOOD •ND Wil.l.oW W•gg, burnt,
And everythlag tonally kept la a Ent el•e e on
Wine. Sweet Cider and Cholera.
*aghast Mutt Pries paid for l'rodaot, 1S I 46.1
sois a call, It you wish t, assure good bar
"or. 1 pledge myself Lovell as 14111,i not Lower, tbAa
any other atm* La the city.
i ''. CUAPUAN,
HiVstone Stove Wor.ke !
oteVES & HOLLOW WARE,
Hata a kris and eztanslint aaaortMaot of Sttriaa at
• drof-olsos Coal Cook atom, rith or without row
irotr, for bard or soft it4ll, or wood. lold
BETTER THAN THE STRWART STOVE
WHEAT SHEAF & PEW ERA,
Bola low oven Cc Cook litoreo—wito wood Arretea
- tea be used either for coal or wood.
THE YOREBT OAK.
We are still manufacturing this ealetwatod low oven
Stove for wood—With or WM:tout reservoir
H id Elf T 0 B,
.d two Oars Was for Wood. Skis tea new Stove of
beautiful design, ud now for sale-.togetser wildr
a biro assortment .of kleyated Oven Cook,
Parlor Cook for wood or owl, sad Parlor
end MIN Star* for wood or coal.
0. 11. TI BRAM, - - WILL W. 11. wamcaun.
grui, Jaa.l2, 1145-11.
.NE W FIRM.
FtiliNfrintli Alm tfIiDISTAILINSI
WARE-8 0 OM Si
On State St., between Seventh and ltighth.
The Subscribers hate entered into the Cabinet iskiag aad
And propose roakrig toorder and keeping constantly Sn
hand all kinds of Fiernittuo.
Orders will receive prompt attention. Repairing done
on short noires.
The subseriben will give special attention to this de.
pertinent of their buttress. They will manufacture and
keep constantly on hand a large assortment of lletanie
Coosa and Cottina, and hold themselves in readiness to
meet orders in this line, promptly, from any part of the
conratt7. Determined to ■pare no efforts to glee utialso•
lion both in the quality of their goods and prises, they;
hops to secure a liberal share of public. patronage.
MOORE is ItIBLET,
aprll4l2-11. i , tinecaaaons to J. H. 12talst.
Erie & Pittsburgh R. R.
COIIANGE 'OF TIME, COMMENCING
. Monday, Oct. 31st, 1864.
SO A. IL, Sharon4tooommodation, stops at all Stationg
and arrives at'New Castle at ll al) A. lt.
1 t 3 P. 11., Freight No.!. steps at all stations except
,V,oriiies, Spring, Centre Road, Clark, Rawle's Far
.••,,V9.BwarieliSs. Fairview and Espysille—arrives at
•. ,, r4nat II 28 P. M.
;.1 Freight No. 1, stops at stations, and arrives
'. won at 2 SS P. /L
,littaburghiExpriss, Rt. , . pi at nil stations,
..tres at New Cutts at 440 11.
' MAINS LEAVE NRW CASILE.
ARK ANDALE & CO.,
167 Bcpadway, N.
J r:eight No. •, 'tops at at all Stations except
I . llll=e, Clark, Espyrille, Centre Road.
Spring and Crosses, arrives at Brie at 11 lb P. Y.
a SO A. X., liraight No. 2, Stops at all stations except
Rawle's Furnace, Clark, F...py sine ,
.re nt re, Spring
and erossie--arrives at lirie at 1: Ifi t • .
iavVitatt. - R. NT /11111WN. StliVt
To Boat and Vessel Owners. d
WE 1-1 EIN STORE AND FOl.
sale o 4 largo stook of paints of All 'kiwi!. and
rulers 044, a large store of Litireed Ud, both rex and
tooled The tgiitert oil 111 well att.. I for 1.4. at said swami
hating beep prepared with striiia< ityang
pi•rliev to overcome dampness Eters kind of painting
materials, brushes, am., &0., ate utlero t at lowan market
prices, and ere think the interest nt all parties stoat to
boy paints and olla .111 be promoted by ociTiliti ms ► utl.
marld-am HALL it WARFEL
P. B. HONECKER,
CARVER & HONECKER,
Leather,. Hides, &c• ii
No. 3 Perry block, State St;
Clonstrotly on baud r biro ewer
SOLE LEATHER, MOROCCO, LININGS,
FRENCH Scr AMERICAN CALF SKINS, KIPS,
UPPERS AND SPLIrt
PEGS, LMITINOS, GALLOONS', to.
••50, • rit.t.
ANNORTMENT OF SHOEMAKERS' TOOLS,
AN of which they ogar low (or
VAS 11 OR PROMPT PIT.'
it tiCiCER/ES 4 GROCERIES 1
A ND RETAIL.
NEW GROCERY .TORE,
Misr* bir will keep um hand s, sr r lunar I at
Shirk £ Whitehead,
TICE IRON GATE
We alto manafaataza the
TRAINS LEAVE ERIE
Accolatocidatlon, stops at all :34:amyl au4-
..as at Shama at 4 00 P.M.
• Baal° Expreu ' stops at stations. and
•3 et Ede at 400 P. W.
1865. Spring Trade; 1865.
DRY GOODS. -
JOHN C. BZEBE
INVITES THE ATTENTION OF BUY
"to Ws Istrio sad estololly osloolad stook of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Row Just Remind. 0 4 .
grie, Kay 44 11166-the
DINS ON Ltlalf:
it jog wish to awry you osa dole ,by addroodas
me. I will and ,on, without money audiellhantprial,
n i sa bi a . b i b l iog.:6a. that will studio pa to swop
happily sod opowltly, Irrespective of so, wealth or
twenty. MU information will cost yes 'mufti; sad If
you LA to mat. I will oiloOlto7 Waist rm. AU /eV
tars otrintfy oonfloutlal• The doesod- Information twat
W ows* so% sack so sward Mated. Plus MOWS
poster or stoiniood int elope, addroot, d to **roll.
matrAdams, a- • ' • SARAH 11.
Grodspaint, Mop Co, Now 'TA.
IR a. COLS,
oat anos, Bust Boca kLasm
of Nialmosebt's Bkock Bs* Ps.