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E. PA., JUNE 0 -1,41, 1A65
iVtiona It May Concern.
e commenced making the semi•an
custonaary in this office, and
ticuelog them selves indebted, will
promptly settle up their accounts
lei urn Short credits." Dr.
.• wake long friends," and we
believer in Mr. Lincoln's theory,
wail debt is easier paid than • large
e have accordingly adopted the rule
cal lections twice • year, anti think
geuerally approved by the friends
Our experience has taught us,
b o f reason Why SO many newspaper
4014 ru allowing their accounts
l un g period, at the end of which ,
of nearly always leaves unpleasant
r, to five cases out of ten, the debt is
e hohe to whom accounts are 'mai
tolen ,liug to them promptly. Tbeyi
the %,44regate to many thousandiC
t it 0. not tight to deprive us ofi
jut does any longer than
becet „ T y Those who know th eah .!
ba thaehtei *lll sive US oonaidlerabl&
expeve by remitting at once,
, he D eees , ity of sending
nametapes sill require our an -
ibe office during • considerable
of oic h dAy, fur several months to
uur frieude calling on busioess,
ranpll) !Wended la by our forouttri,i
J 11e u hdal ili , v will find a- polite
row tiertuuti portion of
111uu will t!ooti bare no 0111180
of a wail( of sufftMent loos' organs.
,ni Liertoeo piper published iu this
s'p.etat ,, r, edited and pub
1 Slutreeklr, ESy ,--sod two wore
11) IJ be e berte , l U. Be1:1900. Keg ,
editor of ibe Free Press, will soots
ats literary publioatiou In the Ger
.piage, to be printed on a flue, large
circulate,' mice a week. A (lemma
ly 13 to be establisbeal by
eabert, Esq , formerly of the Ve/ks
utfice of patalestiou to be !limited in
Black Mr Sorbed has recteieed
bail ie the eiteut of Kereral bun
am to euible hiui tJ 001111:129120111 his
aidtY vlngutue iliac it will result
ly —nu opinion in which we regret
iipellef to differ with him It all
nal4 meet with Buthcient patronage
them to o,outiniie their exiitenos, it
rare tribute to the intelligence and
Ira of our aerami citizen+, and et
or • the Aueers againet them
111-nature pArs,lns are die
The Fourth lu Erle.
fol:owiog is announced as the pro
for the celebration at this city :
falxr fet , livitteh of the day will coin
t eight o'clock In the forenoon, by a
tetebaat excuratos, for which pi:v
ett:al comtortable steamboat
n 'gartered Iluatc, refreshments,
on board. and all who delight in
ni at.d agreeable pastime will be
t.orall Them Intl he two, each so
ITur ina first is the special no
; (jr,a Garman slums, and the
tl,piir t tu t.y the people in general.
tr.cesm.m forms by the city Park
In , under directions of
Lutje and Kalb. It
large and imposing scale.
8ri.,1 13,101 w il t teat, 1 , 0
tut orators of the 000146i011,
,f)oung ladies attired so as to repro
different States, a nareber of vocal
.:,cleties and choristers, the •Cesino
urge number of Getman societies in
ha. omong which are the Si • Johan
mule:lungs Verein, St Georges Ver
nine's Sohue, German Freunisch
r.futzunga Verein. German Unterelet
ran St. Paul's Verein, and others,
on horse and foot, and various other
t whs. including several from places
and adjacent counties
route of the procession will be from
•t up State street to Tenth, through
13 Peach. down Peach .o Fourth,
Fourth to State, and up State -strett
sat Park, where it will form around
choir of siventy—five voices, aided
amorous orchestra, will render the
anthem, the Star Spangled Banner,
brection of Prof. J. Limburg. The
and will also furnish appropriate
ter which the Declaration of lode.
will be read by Prof. Th Limburg.
cite and singing sill follow, and the
■ill be delivered by the talented Mi/l.
it Paul's German church, Rev. J W
The ezerciees will be concluded by
.cat and instrumental music, and in
mom a grand Picnic will be held—in
utiful grove near the city. '
lt m the second procession wilt ba
it the Park, under directions of , the
.had of the Day—Oars. LI L. Brown.
• tent Marshals—Col D. B. McCreary,
M Walker, Col Schlaudeoker, Liam.
3tr.h, Card ti C. Canghey, Cwt.
Dr Gunter, of Erie ; Major Swan,
W. t , al H 9 Campbell, 8. C. Stant.
• i:terfori , Wm Hinton, Harborarsek ;
LiChlos3ll, Girard ; Capt. Loomis,
Crawford, a F Jones, North Stet;
Caw Ediandro , U 11. Stastoliff Mc.
, Harp &Inter, Slillereek ; Col Chas.
r, Samna , Ciris Graff, Leßooeff;
lahttoo, Greene D K Baker, Con
-13 Licitrath,; \ll. Sherman,
itati.lula will rdaa — be on a -very
int imposing scale filebFe Silver
Baud eta furulah the music, and rigi
d returned soldiers, the 145th drum
the rune Lnicas in the Army,of the
sc. , teem Cud twittery in general,
gbi cartuttoturers, steam cud band
elArtuent, the public schools, officers
rev Z , t the U 3 Steamer Michigan, one
ci mounted rum Tic societies, della
hi tr m VinCRIS t )wo±, callsos'on foot,
ties, tertiary', he The orators, City
once 3: , will 10113 occupy
ton to the pracettbra After marching
ugh the priactpal streita it will halt at
Para where a-real acid • instrumented
Alta toast order will be given, and
i "" i e'Rstal trs a celebrated military
r ' , Lae (Milt will be aunounoed hers'
h.,,a a mthaial salute will be fired by
rit drullerr Compitay, under cont.
ttetpt Jareoki and Lieut Lutje.
20 1 , tx a floe yacht match will come
the Gay. Several well.kuown bogie
tvri eutereJ, and the prizes will be
amog fur Amebic them will be a
SZ6 and a oustly silver goblet
D In a .ecao I etsamboat excursion
51 v.o'cl,mk a grattJ balloon ascension
to slats t,y Prof Fallow, late of the
Profevto,r will use bin
'rite,' balloon - Grey Eagle," sod assort
i s plot ott Sixth street, near the, gia
111 J . CIOCt a foll;e4dld dteplay will hie
ety tee Teuttriednibuchis, led by tits
ettctie t t p t detztlegulphire and his
c.onipsey suddenly %pp'sr iel their
uoitorro ou t.ict, is vehisles. and on
ttcl we T 1 wifely assert that Dalai
lA, their ilisplay has ever been made is
t "" duct to the evening the fe.}ivi.
Lerk. hia magnificent display
M.ny tueced, have been proonr•
kn.l4,ted his occasion •1 1
ite a ffitiog e" ding to iho pageant of the
r1";,-,:ck ft( l l2ol4liCelf that •• ihere i•
I 111 k among some of the rattioal toete•
party in Erie of start.
ttsdy Itsputitca n •rgctzt '—ibetcomplatat
I tb►t nut the iuteutiou " of the
413 titan(' by the party " Our Eris
7 " rttckli must be hard to satisfy if the
JCS to ooze up to their requiremeats.
LOCAL - BREVITIES.
Tke publio 501t04114 "f the city will close on
Pride, of next wv.•k
It is rumored upon the etreeie that John 8.
Walker, Esq , viU s t •ii , L become a nuididlstet
for Congress, at i e .•xt el e ction.
The ysl of this county has for 4 1414 WWI
been in an naLt eooJifion for -its inmates. WI
leers that thejOniniissioners contempla t es me:.
The busineektneil of 'Ftlnstills itee of the
cites that prietere. like, emit !brew I people
patronise.' 'One firm there--Quimly & Chnroh
—occupy no 'less than three oolunias cf Ail
daily Iltrald with Muir It.ivertisemente
The steam wagon being built by Mr. Perry
Dickson, itt ; . Messrs_ Loverein St Thompson',
mollies shop, is Dearly completed, end ie et
peoted to 000upy a place is the 4th of July
procession. It is intended to be propelled
entirely by steam, and to travel over any kind
of a road.
We have traveled come coaliderable In our
time, and ia our humble opinion the wasp
pleat pastime we have ever elan, were • bp,
when he revolved his firm .‘ eaok,". a girl with
out a beau, a married woman without a baby,
• dandy in tight bony, a bachelor with all hie
shirt halloos torn off, and a poor devil of a
politician who could nut get an office.
We invite atieulioti to the advertisement of
Bassernian & Schneider,' retail dealers is
clothing, nearly opposite the Observer oboe.
Mr. Basserman is on of the beat workmen in
the city, and the stock of goode they keep
head is exaelled by few in the variety offered
to select from.
Hon G. W. Soofiel.l will please accept our
th►nks for copies of the Congressional Mobil
a nil other valuable documents. Very mush
se we dislike Mr. Bcolield's political opinions,
'we must award him the credit of being ono
of the most attentive men to the interests and
desires of his constituents, that have in soy
wt y represented the people of this county.
Collector Wilkins has issued s circular call.
lug " the attention of owners and masters of
(mull boats to the fact that acts of Congress,
and instituttlonsof the Treasury Department,
subject canal boats to admeasurement, enrol
ment, license, and p•tyment of tonnage tax,
A failure to oomply with this regulation will
subject them to heavy penalties. The law
provides that the payment of tonnage tax, oz.
exmpts the parties from the internal revenue
tax of 2* • per cent. on gross receipts for
The Philadelphia & Erie railroad company
have 'mode • reduction of from twenty to
thirty per vent. in i h., wages of their tneehaaloo
•ad laborers emploppi about the shops at this
city. There is, of courie, much complaint la
oonsequesea,, and some little difficult, hoe
• The Oil Creek railroad has again changed
officers, Mr. W. L. :itreator, who occupied
the place originally, taking the position of
Mt. D. MaCargo, the late Superintendent.
This road has been, with regard to its su—
perintendents, something like whit Kenos
used to be with it. , Oovernors. -
A large congregation attended the
thodist church on Tnksiley forenoon 40 lie.
tea to . a sermon by Bishop Thompson. Tilts
general impression' or the discourse appear—
ed to be, that...bile the Bishop-may poistaki
very a.. ...r • Libtical attaituatults•iks
ke is reported to hear, hie se..
is not of a very extniordinary
4 mysterious lookin4 oullad indtv idu al "
appeared in our office on Monday afternoon,
and depositing a beautiful baguette into the
hands of one of our workmen, said it was
far the editor, and then disappeared as mys
teriously as he came. The aforesaid editor
presumes that he ia indebted to some lair
friend for the present, bat sot having beck
able to either, learn or surmise who she may
be, up to the preeeut date, be respectfully
suggests that she coma. forth and make her-
Self known, in ord.r that he may " do the
agreeable " in his ma.t approved style..
During the severe thunder st )rm of last
week, several buildings iu this vicinity were
struck by lightning At Fues's brewery, un
Sixth street, on Saturday, name boards were
ripped off Gcljoining the roof, and several in.
metes received ouneiderable silk eke The
hones known as the Lhxon place, on Third
street, was struck on Friday, and the north
west corner torn of. in the country tke light
ning struck several t.uildings, but we hate
not been able to ascertain the particular*.
The contract for completing the PhiWel.
phis & Erie railroad piers, at our barber,
hu"been given to Gen. Jack Casement gad
his brother Dan, both of whom being ener•
gado men, we may confidently anticipate
that the work will be pushed forward as ra—
pidly' se pouible
The new Sabbath school room attached to
the Baptist aweigh was dedicated on Thursday
evening of last week, with a series of interest.
ing ceremonies. The school room is said to
b basuisonte and convenient task.
Ca t. D. W. Hutchinson having found it
impossible to leave home at the time the Demo-.
°ratio Aisle Convention meets, hes substituted
Bourn Whitman in his place as a delegate to
that body. It is proper that we should say
that the latter perton did not Seek the pest;
lion, and is willing to concede it to any gen
tlemen who may be desirous of visiting Har
risburg on that occasion.
The Dispatch is of the opinion that we
quire'enother steam fire engine. We need a
great deal worse than that complete water
works, sod an active, alert and thorough fire
company to work the steamer we now porno,.
Whether it is from an impression that belong
ing- to a are company is not respectsble","-
or far Whatresson it may be, we cannot str a
bUt' einnshow it hag been found impossible
thae-tir, iyy spite of z..alous efforts on the put
of Mr. Wetmore and other enterprising pp—.
4emen, to organize an efficient fire depste4
mint, the citizens who are most leterelded,
generally refusing to join, sod the jOgell AIMS
withinit property declaring that they will ULU
wo-head In the matter until property hg* . l l
oune,forward and show a due degrea.:olr
encousemnest. Soule of these dsys;yhtelt,,
half Mmt-eity hen been laid tarots.. ii tp}l~i
that our community wilt waken up to the im.
portant)s of this eubject.
On Wednesday evening, between Ire and
sin o'clock, Dr. John 8. Carter started frost
his store to his home, is a conveyance,
accompanied by his wife end a little girl.
When is the neighborhood of the'lloios
dept.t, another team took fright at the eats,
and ram against Dr. Carter's horse, causing
him to turn suddenly around, upsetting the
end throwing out a!! the occupants.
Mrs -Caster and ore !al!' gir! metre.
slightly injured, but Dr. Carter received
semi bruises, which iC is hared will confine
..hatib kit tied for s considerable time• We
numerous friends will unite with us ki the
hops ikat his iikjurieo will Met
, prose 111'
11146011111 VP- now supposed, and that he may.
soon -ha ibis to return to his' eastiotary.
Mitivetnyl wAdeitegiliat . Ys. Jas. Skinner
wee brought latedin - 6U sea candidate for
Jostles of the Peaos."'last.iear, "is oppeel.
ties to his siaphatically exPreseid wishes. Gad
ea disinclined sae lts: ton election that ke
GounGeUed maaj 'if hid avowed Meads during
lite day to withhold their suffrages from hint."
We gm this statement in justice to Mr.
Skinner. (we presume he eatkerised fr our
asipb,fur's szplanatien.) but a large P4kins
of tb binuauaky will read It with very deed.
(led Ii was generally understood
at tits time that so far from being disinclined
to an election, he was not a little anzloas to
Imre the ogles, and it will hardly be &wiled
by *le friends that his unexpected defeat was
received bj him with anything but pleasant
We sanoot agree with the Genus's oplaloa
that "an actin auras* would have Rewired
to him 'the (Ace by a decided majority." Mr.
Skinner is known as an inveterate office seeker
sad holder, ands determined feeling of an.
tipathy had sprung up against him on that
account. Ws have personal knowledge that
some of his most 'Scion& opponents were
members in good standing of the party to
which he belongs.
A dog belonging to B. Bryan, living on
Second street, near German, hating shown
symptoms of hydrophobia, was shut up for a
time, whin indications of an unmistakable
chariot*, appeared. Be was shot, but net
until be had bitten three other dogs Upon
becoming acquainted with these facts, the
Mayer issued the following proclamation
Thai attention of the public is hereby call.
ed to the provisions of the second section
of the ordinattee approved March alth, 1886,
Whioh•qsaid ordinance being now is fall
force) is as follows :
"800. 2. It shall C. the duty of the High
Constable, or each person or persons as shall
be appointed by the Mayor fbr that purpose,
and oratory althea of said city is hereby au
thorised and empowered to kill and bury
every Dog footed maniac at large from sad
atter this date."
It ii known Dist there an now rabid Dogs
at large within !hi limits of this oily, sad
this notice is given as a warning to and for
the benefit of those having 'valuable Dogs,
that they may have them confined or securely
muscled, as any suck animal is liable to be
killed at soy time daringtlie summer.
P. P. relMialt, Mayor.
• GENERAL NEW'S. _
inhalant's Island has been selected u
the prison where all the rebel officers who
refusal° accept the amnesty on the terms
prescribed by President Johnson's new
proclamation, will be kept until a final
disposition can be made of them.
'Donald McShorb, who has been in the
rebel service and was captured while try.
ing to "cape to Scotland, and who was
tried and sentenced by court-martial, has
been pardoned by the President before
the promulgttion of the sentence.
The Boston .71. avider of the 15th instant,
says:- "We learn that A H. Stephens,
late Vice-President of the rebel confed
eracy, now at Fort Warren, is allowed to
walk in the open air daily, from nine to
tea in the forenoon. in company with an
officer. His health is very feeble, and it
is feared that the imprisonment is fast
undeimining his weak constitution. lie
is kept in a-room by himself, guarded all
the time by two soldiers."
The lion. Thomas • Ginnelly, H. P. for
rkiiiiegal, Ireland, has tendered to Gen.
Lee a home for himself and family in any
part of Greet Britain he may select. The
offer has been declined.
President Johnson, in a private waver
sattcin, is said to have expressed regret
thqtrial o f the =aspirators had not
tart' tribunal. - rather than a .
On Thursday lasi, a quarrel ensued be
tween a man and wife named King, both
Germans, residing in Winona, Minn.,
which resulted in the death of the former.
The circumstances of the case are very
difficult to be arrived at, all that we have
beets able to learn being that the two par
secs lived unhappily together, and were
both in the habit of gettinfi intoxicated
tirliquor. During such periods of " ma
trimonial infelicity," it was the habit of
the husband to threaten to take the life
of his,wife. On Thursday there was a re
currence of the old failing—both man and
woman getting drunk and unruly. On
this occasion the woman became desper
ate and, either because she feared threat
ened violence of her husband, or that she
simply gore free license to her evil pas
sions. assailed him violently with a kntle
stabbing him to the heart and killing him
Edward Leroy, of Twenty-second street,
corner of , Broadway, New York city. a
in the French -Institute at Fort
Washington Heights, accidentally fell be
tweeti two cars on the Hudson River rail
road, hear Carmansville, on Saturday
g, was run over,
and instantly kill.'
the bead being severed from the trunk
- Tt*,President has appointed Andrew
Hamilton of Texas, to be Provisional
Governor of that State, and also James
Johnson of Georgia, to be Provisional
Governor. of Georgia. The form of the
proclamation is precisely similar to those
heretofore appointing Provisional Govern
ors for North Carolina and Mississippi,
and the duties prescribed the same:
The two year cars of the passenger train
on the New York Central railroad, which
left Albany at seven o'clock on Saturday
morning,- became detached when near
Oneida station. and tumbled down au cm
bankment.• No -person was killed, but a
number were severely injured, though
none of them, it is thought, fatally. •
The whole number of troops sent boat'
and west from Washington, since the great
review, is a trifle under 155.000, of whom
about half have gene home to be mustered
out. There yet remain within a circuit of
fifteen miles of the city not far Irom say
A serious fire occurred at Saratoga
Springs on Sunday afternoon, by which
the United States hotel and the Marvin
House were, completely destroyed. It is
soppmed to have been the work of an in
There is said to be a combination among
Biohniondloal Nate morn, to Prevent.
by increasing their prices, any Northern
man from purchasing.
tls Palos hat the majority of the Ken-
Misty Court of Appeals decided the law
of Cougrenk making Treasury notes a legal
tender to be, unconstitutional.
Thstotal mamba. of National Banks
throughout the country 101,297. The to
' tat - asp - lie amounts to nearly $300,000,000.
The total mutant& of National Bank cur
eireolation is $1410,797,765. Tb•
amount limited last week was $3.025.*50.
Thirty bOdinp—searly all the bug
isiese4mtiowof Brantford. C. W.—were
frpstryiet by flvesin the /4th inst. The
. . liix • Itstittlited to be worth from
I ,000 to $125,000, Insured for 550,500.
,The fire is inipptised to have been the
work of an incendiary.
The New - Yoik Thies says that " private
commerisliT letters reosived here say that
in the best informed political enrolee of
Europe, the belief is general that Maxi
atigap has expressed to his father-in taw.
Ring Leopold, and also to his brother of
Austria, the strongest possible desire to
abdicate the rickety throne -of-Mexico."
All gebanorateit discharged soldier.
have be obei t t goi mod the privilege of retiin
l ii ' lii tiktikliktOtihi low rate's
Muskets of I kinds, with or without act
coutiemestts, , six dollars ; whines, with
or without accoutrements, ten dollars ;
all other earbiasesud revolvers, eight dol
ls:0 Saban sad swards, with or without
bolls, Wes dollArs. -
The correspondent of the Chicago .its
jelidEms gives what purports to-ben truer ,
account of the differences between Mrs.
Linooln and the National Monument As.
" Mrs..Linoolo, in , a letter, to the Com
mittee of the Association. demands , * 11211 4
the monument should be erected over Mr.
Lincoln's remains, on a lot to be purchas
ed in the Oak Ridge Cemetery (at Spring
field, IlL); that if the motnunent' were.
Greeted on any other spot, Mrs. .Linciolk.
would accept of a proposition of. the Na
tional Monument Association at Wash
ington, to deposit the remains in a crypt
in the Capitol, which had been prepared
for the remains of Washington, but which
had never beim used. The letter also de
manded that the lot at Oak Ridge should
be used as the last resting place of Mrs.
Lincoln, her children and their demand
ants. The letter of Mrs. Lincoln limited
the time for the booeptance of her propo,
sition to ten days."
The Committee of the Association are
of the opinion:that the property should
not be allowed to pare into private hands, -
but should forever remain in the hands
of trustees of the State and nation. And
it is highly improbable that they will not
feel themselves able to accede to Mrs. Lin
coln's demand, for a deed of the property.
The people of the State consider that -the
late President's remains have posed en
tirely out of private hunts and are now
the property of the State and nation.
About $250,000, it is believed, from pres
ent indications, will be received by the
Monument Association, through subscrip
A. serious mutiny on the part of the
oolored soldiers at Fortress Monroe, is
thus described by a correspondent-of the-
Philadelphia inquirer (Republican) :
A mutinous spirit has bees manifest
among soverat of the brigades of the 25th
corps since the inauguration of the
Texan expedition - , and there has been an
outbreak or two, but as the cases were
individual, and there being no evidence
of precoocerted action, we abstained from
publicity to exceptional cases, not wish
ing to furnish food for the prejudice
already existing against the employment
of colored men for soldiers. The colored"
cavalry hrigad-, consisting of the first,
second, and fifth United States colored
cavalry, made threats at City Point that
they would not be "sent to Texas ;" "that
the government had no, right to seed
them there," 10. No attention was paid
to these mutterings by the officers, who
regarded them as the grumbling. pecu
liar to the African race.
To better fit therefor the field of oper
ations, the arms of the cavalry brigade
were ordered io be exchanged at City
Point. They were there famished with
new Sharpe's breech -loading carbines,
new accouterments, new sabers, saber
belts, &c. The first batch of cavalry. were -
disembarked at City Point yesterday, oh
the propeller Wilmon Whildio, of Phila
delphia. They were brought to Hampton
Roads and transferred tol t heitteamer Me
teor. Arriving in Hampton
Wbilden was ordered alongside the Me-,
lair, to transfer her compliment of men
on board the largest vessel, the Meteor
being of a draught to) deep to go up the
James river, hence the Wbilden acted in
the capacity of lighter- ,
On making fast to the Meteor, some of
the soldiers told their officers they
would not go on board of - her." “They
would not go on board of any ocean
'learner, as the government had no right
to send them to Texas." The officers
insisted that they shouid go on board the
Meteor, and succeeded in tmneferririg
three companies to the large ship. The
fourth company refused to obey orders,
and loaded their carbines. Neither
threat nor entreaty prevailed with them.
They unslung their carbines, capped
them and those that had no *munition in
Those on the Meteor now became riotous.
The officers threw on the mooring which
held them to the Meteor, and with the
worst company remaining on the Whil
e's:betel itta I I,l2 . t . frus,
the officers on board to have been the
height of mutiny, the soldiers threatened
to shoot their officers if they were taken
any'-further South. An armed party
maid themselves about the windlass
and swore to shoot the men who would
attempt to weigh the anchoe. Tne more
daring among them advocated the impris
onment of their offieees, and taking
charge of the tibli;:->therisse&reit., Teehe
men were all perfectly sober, and allege,
no restart for their • sudden mutiny but
that they do not want to go to Texas.
The authorities by a dexterous move
ment succeeded in disarming the negroes,
and placing_ them under strict guard.
We have flat heard that any punishment
is to be meted out to them. The Wash
ington Natienal Intelligencer, , alluding to
the mutiny says :
it is feared that there will be triable
yet with some of these trocips, as they ap
pear determined not to go to Teams it
they can du aught to prevent it. some
of the b Adest „them have even
gone so far as to threaten:- death upon
their officers if they are pompelled to go
ThePennsylvanta Central now does the
largest business of any railroad in the
United States. In 1864. the receipts of
the three great through lines from the
West to the sea-board were u follows:
Pennsylvania Central $14,759,857
Nur York Central 12 997,889
Newt York and Erie 13,295,619
The Pennsylvania,Central has wve*.
tioned geographical advantages over the
other roads, which will go far towards ac
counting for this rapid growth of its c ,m
-mares. While, •in 1857, the receipts of
the New York Central were $3,171,682
greater than those of the Pennsylvania
Caatral, in 1864 Abe receipts of the latter
exceed those 1111 tee bmuer by $l,-
761,168. or id other words, the receipts
of the New York Central have increased,
during the eight years, from $8,027,251 to
$12,997,889, while those of the Pennsylva
nia Central havrirken from $4,855,669 to
After the surrender .of the Spade& Fort
at Mobile, it is said. the negro troops com
menced an indiseruntuate attack ou the
Confederate soldiers who bad surrendered
and were unarmed The Pedend officers
were obliged to draw their swords in de
fence -of their primmer*, and suooeeded.,
after a desperate re.istance, -and at great
personal risk, in stopping the slaughter,
but not uotil one-thousand Confederate
soldiers had - been murdered'. - ti42-etery
comes to us through the daily press, and
we doubt its reliability.
Mrs. Patterson, daughter. of, President
Johnson, who be the dew' adstiess
of the White House, has arrived An Wash
ington. Atter arranging the houaehota
affairs of the mansion she will take up her
residence at the.Soidier's Hounirdunng
the summer mouth . . .
At leamt a doetilgbitscooesto - daily be
tween die Fatima soldier and negroea in
ilmington,' North' - Carolints:: treatable
.to the use of intoxicating liquors. It is a
nothatabie fact _that everyrketip
bear - from a b;ttor antagonism-seam
exist between the Erakliere - and -the-blaok
einti,k6eor dof a MAIM lb
Sir Fireaaricitice" " iscck
hits utitifiiil the Nivy;.Pepiii 44'
Great Britain withdraws her treecogiiituirti
as bilf ligeraues Irma 'the( Rebell.. but 'is:
shit does oat alaidutely reininitUiiilWen;
ty-losar troUr rale+, ourireleisplayft• net to
pay the cum fo )msry co ur toiik 'l4"o9* . c,:Og i
the Britiatisiavy. .zsza
lit C titaoci, DemooFotp'twoo felectedf
Mayor of Woooliuo, Wog.
Thunktoy,,llt by 30G - ttitorit4 eyeti -his.
"Lost Leigue" competiSor.,,
_l7a, by Oe Rev. J. H.- '
duos "orthe bride* fisher,
Midis So Miss Eliss Weeks.
STOP THAT &garaging 1-111111ola yon •
ter out of yone s iiitem by taunt ism*
iaaiter's Coitlpsyiati linty's& of. Deaddioa sad
Bittersweet, gal eliplyliig'datifigilly"Csitsies
Yellow Ointment. Hundreds Gan testify that
they have used these artistes with wire sae=
ease and satisfaction, after having mod meay
other Ildota'ao so. purpose. Therefore" we
say use these two artistes and stop thatterateA
,l4., ,Prioe of Bottle and Box together, sal
`dsihmi "ad fifty, cents.' Bold by Castor & Oar
vex.: ' ' •
• DUID. •
D4vsoroar—la this olty, oalhe 17th Mat,
• 'Capt.- William Davenport, aged 68 years..
[An extended obltaarywotioe of the de.
!twepeol, intended for this , issue, will appear
next week.] 1 •
,Drown's Rot at es Ilattuday
evening, Juni 17th, of ems, 8014,
daughter of John W. sad Looted* Elhausoa,
• aged 4 yeses sad 7 mouths.
GailIAM-..011 Friday evening, lone 17th, is
West Mill Creek, Mn.e Martha M., wife of
Jas. C. Graham, aged -48 years, 1 month
and 8 days.
We would respostilally all the atiention of the pada
to our facilities for doing Job Printing of eary then*
tan. Haling rapid Prawn and the latest styles ofTypeb
we are prepared to do scything ROW' jobbing line, Le •
Blamer equal to any other setaMmineent, sad on team
as reasonable se the Baba or Cleveland aka. We
knee added nearly two thousand dollars worth of mar
vial to the aloe sisios it has beats our posoneloa, with
the object of making It what we thought the 0111111•11Ai•
ty needed. Hew well we bays anasisided ere leas tbe
specimens acne jobbing, wldeb may be seen in every
part of North Warta& Panneybreala, to beatify. Than
who want tasty work are invited to glat as a aalL We
as do say kind of Printing that an be dose elsewhere,
—such for instanin a.
AU kinds nand by Onsl Operators,
All kinds need by Coal Skippeni„
AU kinds used by Coal eella%
All kinds need by Merchants and Stonainasa,
All kinds need by Retailers and Groan,
AU kinds need by Manuleauars,
All kinds used by Medicine Deans, -
All kind. mad by Auctioneers,
All kinds neat by Railroad Agents,
All kinds need by ilanka.
All kinds mad by lararance Meta
All kinds newt by Mock Companies. gestadly,
All kinds need by Broken,
All kinds sad by Cont. end Tor. Illershaets,
All kind, used by !sprain Men,
All kinds need by Professional ' Men,
All kinds used by Literary Soidaties,
A 11 kinds used by Praia Mean,
All kinds used by Patentees,-
All kinds used by Padua% of Mar Artiehles
All kinds peel by Marehants of all Trod.,
All kinds osed - by Arehltriate,
AU kinds and by Dagarrean Zdablialinents,
AU tindeuseel by Artists generally,
AU kiade used by Palk Mc. hibitors,
All kinds need by Managsre of Soca Asemblise.
All kinds need by Political Manager;
all kinds used by Trialling Agents,
All kinds used by Perinea, or sellers of reel MU*,
All kinds need by the Wiwi of Panne Proper%
All kinds need by Renters,
in short, all kinds used by all dams.
Orden by csall.whea seat by teepostibie partimajoranyn•
ly attended to. Agents for !Shows; Caseate, ho., WkllBn
resionsiblity we are net acquainted with„ mast put be
advance. ha awe when paelagee are meat oat of the
city by =mound the lamas for whom they an intend
a bare not a regular account at the dela, the hill be
collection will invariably be forwarded with tlatia•
lIVILTOOL WANTED. FOR WHICH THE
highest market pziee ;ail be paid by -
Elio, June V, 1885—tt - g. 8. KU BTER.
GEORGE D. ATKINS RESPECTFUL
LT informs tali old friends and the peel!. that he
hu associated hie Son. (I D. Attlee. Jr., sottb hine, and
that they have °posed a chop on the north able of See ,
sigh street, between Etats and French, Erie city, where
they are prepared to receive order. for all hunts of Roam,
Sign. and Onnunental Faintiog, 01Idine, taeleg, G alp.
log and Taper Banging. Partiedat attention given to
Carriage Pelotine. The patronageof the emulation is
respectfully solicited. Jan& en
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE OPEN
so a Clothing store en lb. owner of Youth and
Stets sheets, where they propose to king always on
band se good an sercatment of Clothing as can be Wand
in the city, made in the hest maser from the best ma
terial, and so a nlal3ed se to *ford eithillaction to the
most eritical enitornet. P.atienlar attention will be
Lica. •edoweioe Work. kg which branch no to
wags keep a due stock or Cloth; trnesireenn i , vela
from which easterners can Wed to the sari boat
- Gents' Fninishing Goode,
St Emory deintiotlon, wave/tag al ortolan Is twit atm
The Clothing of Boys will also be Ins& aspectallt Oho
oa • aka. &MUSLIN it SR.
nap. 'H• iiiswAs;
Lat. flatter with M. Soria
INVEST 111 SOUTIODIN
THE/ATTENTION OF 0 APITALIB N,
and also of those who desire to 11111:111f• profitable
farms la the Southern States, ia hulled to *a esteems,
opportuniey now presented for pr °cluing soar of the
best la,do in the great cotton gmering region of the
alieettssippi Valley, at prices ranging from
Five Dollars to Ten Dollars
The undersigned cutlets far fate at the shove prime,
ONE COTTON PLANTATION
I,9o•sermidAist.d .4, the Mlssiselpo river, sixty
miles shove Memphis, Use. All high land • • stases
Gin sad Saw and Grist mill in running order, easel
dwellings, cabins sad ost-haildle sees. in =MU
ratios. A splendid isienstneent.
Also, 'MO aerie of tenon land, with buildings, Ac.,
Also, 600 acres of cotton lands-200 to Maltirstien,
with Willis" be., be
Alm, small bodies of land, to salt pershasons who de
sire email fern's.
All the above are the property of loyal men, who wish
to seek new homes, sod the We is suses=sable.
Per further particulars, enquiry; of or
je2215-4! BOGt B SHIBM.IIId, Iris, Ps.
THE GREAT i SHOW 18 CUING!
The largest and bast Troap• la the Woad, will ex
Thursday Afternoon- and Waning,
JUNE . 26TH. 1065.
ADYLIBIO3I 23 GINN.
21:21121T5D SILOS. SO CCM
Or tar pertlealan i as I iluinizatsd Pads: cad Dr
c 0,.. .I. C. STUART,
je1786.1t - • Busbies Agent.
IoitANDItSTIVIS PIMA —This lb , Cow
samptivs, ithwasatigt goeliTtis Blilioss sad /1 1414
r i oms dive twa, will find isoswed strewth sa Un
poivaclo every OITLCI of their (now.
livery doss las the blood parer. Ms owns ass
manes is the artariss aid tenausato la the seta,. ?has
pips; as • drat sews. sat .spost the arte. la
obadattkaarralatisa. by whish lawarl rial liss sx Wood=
Italia lbw Ilia'. sad tbsy.tbstlw oir son
tabs lb* bwesils. which arias, by tbs saancir dadrild
assailwaties , lllls. awl thaw drits• Cis
'boo grit mod, the Ms loodrotoomioot gdigalki=
auks lb. patina fad warn. Mb le as szainstst • off
alas Issaaral. Ns
IS often aiibwa Iff111011$001.• la U.
opol %Mond* aapppplam to tio mover, cold to
tosloostobto la sesdlsdam ,
OprAng Trade. - 1865.
; , CRY - COO
TNVITE3 THE ATTENTION OF Buy,
A.. 4 moid.s.44 -4a.. ,, 4utoassow 00, ° 1
**ON- AND DOUSTIO
n't-4114 - 111' . - 4043 1 ,
11 4 .21 713 .- ;, 1 •
Rot. a wa g &
Ih r t,.. ..4 1 3 4 oar
maZi= Docah _
oBSERVER JOB OFFICE.
New Clothing Store.
SELDEN: a< CO.,
-_27 Courtlona St., Now York.
Tb 0,006 WATCHES, CHAINS, GOLD
A Pena, Pam/ht. orth onr Half a MUD=
SWIM I To to sold at O M., m
Do w llar Rath witanat toned
to value. Mid sit to too add for until you know what
yaw an to trod,,.
SPLENDID LIST OF ARTICLES,
AU tabs Sold for One Dollar gash.
800 (hats' gold Watches, $5O to $l5O
800 Ladies' gold Watches, 35 to 70
400 Gents' silver Watches, 85 to 70
200 Diamond Binge, 60 to 100
8,000 Gold Vest & Reek Chains,: 16 to , 80
8,000 do. 4 to 0
8,000 ,Gold Oval Bend Bracelets, 4to 8
4,000 Chased Gold . Bracelets,6 to 'lO
2,000 Chatalaiae & guard ch ains, 6to 20
6,000 Solitaire & gold brooches, -4 to 10
2,000 Lava & Floriatine brooches, 4to 6
2,000 Coral, Opal & Es. brooches, 4to 8
2,000 Moeda°, Jet, Lava & Floret' ,
tine Eae Drops,' 4to 8
4,600 Coral, opal & em. E. drops, 4to 6
4,000 Cal. Diamond breastpins, 2,60 to 10
8,000 Gold fob & vest watch keys, to 8
4,000 Fob & vest ribbon slides, 3to 10
4,000 Sets sleeve buttons, etc., 3 'to 8
8,000 Gold thimbles, pencils, etc., 4to 7
6,000 Miniature lockets, 6to 8
4,000 Mia. lockets-magic spring, 3to 20
4,000 Gold toothpicks & ()kisses, 2to 8
6,000 Plain gold rings, 4to 11
6,000 Chased gold rings, 4to 11
7,000 Stone set & signet rings 2,60 to 10
6,000 California diamond rings, 2to 10
7,600 Sets ladies' jevrelry-jet &
gold, sto 16
6,000 Sets ladies jewelry-cameo,
pearl, etc., 4to 16
6,000 Gold peas, silver extension.
holders & pencils, 4to 10
6,000 Gald pens & gold-mounted
holders, 8 to 8
6,600 Gold pens, & pen.holders, 6to 10
6,000 Silver goblets & cops, 6to 60
1,000 Silver castors, , 'l6 to 50
2,000 Silver fruit & cake baskets,. 10 to 60
1,000 Dozen silver lea soons, 10 to 20
1,000 Do. table spoons & forks,
11131NICR Or DDITRIBUTIuN
Certifiestes, amnia' sash article, and It. vales, are
pissed in Sealed Envelopes, and well mixed. Oa* of
Uwe envelopea, containing the Certificate or Order for
some Article, (worth at least one dollar at retell.) will
be sent by mall to any addteu without regard to choice,
oa rearlpt of 26 eon.. The purchaser will nee what Ax
tisde it draws, and Its nine, which may be from One to
Me Hundred Dollars, and can then send One Dollerand
receive the AZUCIe named, or any other on the I at of
the isms value, and sitar seeing thn article, If It does
net give perfect satisfaelion, we desire it to be Issesedi
reternefi and the amount paid will be rellanaeL
7V this Moat we give aelecUons from s varied stock of
pods, Of the beet malts and latest styles sad of In.
triode worth, at a nominal pries, while all have askance
of seetring Articles altos very highest vain*. •
In all cam we charge for forwarding the Certificate,
=and doing the business, the sum Twenty-fire
which must be eaclueed in the order. Flee Cer-
SUWON will be sent for $1 ; eleven for 12; thirty ter $A ;
elitty-five for $10; one lowdreil for $l6
risties dealing with as may depend on laving prompt
retains, and the artiste drawn will be Immediately sent
to any address by return mall or express.
Entire matte:action Oetaranteed in all Canal.
Write year Name, TOIIII, County and State ishattly,
and addreu SELDIiN t CO.„
Ete25 . 66.5es 27 Courtlacelt street, New York.
W. W. PIERCE & Ca'S.
ETU & WEIGHT'S PATENT
Hone Hoe, or Cultivator Plow.
THE ABOVE INVALUABLE IMPLE
. mew has always received the Pint Premium when
ever exhibited ; and all who have used it pronom os It
far superior to anything else of the kind. The fellow
lag are some of the advantages this Cultivator has over
every other bind now la use:
let. Lightnem and durability ; being made of the best
avt„, of Or',
_highly polished, and the whole
aceptmou orti WC= •Ir.•••••
Cattiest° known ; being a perfect and thorough . Cult"-
ester when used with ell the teeth on, having the
ground oven and level, and working tearer the rows
than any other Cultirator.
3d. Ry removing the small teeth, and attaching the
triage ta the shovel, it is the most petfect implement
for hallos that can be found.
etli. It la the best implement for seretieg aud digging
=tom creel:treated. A man and horse can cover pre.
is fast as • horse can walk, and a man and team
CM dig from three hundred to to. hundred bushels •
potatoes in a day, when the crop is a fair one. •
6th It works equally well le corn, or my bind of mop
Rya lriem coltivaling, end In most cams band hoeing
ass be asprnsed with.
elk. Ite shamuses, emaciating the many Made of
work to which it cam be applied ; the farmer bevies Is
oar implement all that is necessary for cultivating and
billing my kind of crop, or covering aLd digging pots.
Numberlem certlecates from the most isdnenttal &ne
wels the United States might be ern of the superior).
trict:f the above implement over all other* designed for
We shall be pleased tonme - ire a cell from any one who
Weeds • Oaltivator or Shovel Plow and explain to them
the merits of the above Hens flee over all oth r mph.
mate of the kind. We warrant this Horse Hoe to work
us Cultivator as well as any Cultirator toads—ea a
Shovel Plow as well es any Shovel Plow--and as a Horst
Hoe a complete somas, or relied the money if It does
not meet this warrantee.
We also hoe
_p en hand in crane:Mon with our Hari
ware, Storm Tinware and House IrtirdahlOg Hoods, a
m= aasortment of Hone Rakes, Rand Rakes,
Pnethes, Grain Cradles, Yorks Hoes, Shovels,
Epodes, &c. Don't tell to glee
W. no a call.
" a. PIERCE k CO
Sole agents for Horne Hoe in Erie Co., Pa, and Sabana
Co,oldo, Corner State and WA ate, Erie, Pa.
Wu. W. Prime,
Galh J. Ramo>. Erie, May 2.5, 1566-Em
The following dims are our authorizA Agents for the
male of Wright's Horse Hoe or Cnitivator Plow :
G A. Heine k Co, Waterford ; M. L kH. D. Selkregg,
North gust ; Galliford, Hay k Co.. Girard ; J. A. White,
Miles Grove ; A. Lands:nth, Union ; Webster & Blood
Conneaut, Ohlo f T. McGuire, Ashtabula, Ohio ; Talcott
k Hodge, filitutre, Ohio ; W. W. Pierce k Ce., Snub,
ITAS PROVED ITSELF TO BE THE
jr aL. hest Preparation ever presorted to the publics ; a
that to ;hien .honsands who have need it era roidy to
-4 will chancre bra*,
A far opplicaUans of this Compon... ntlfnl
At, sad wiry Mut to the mart tow.
lithe Hair I■ falling off, or becoming gray. the use of
thw iltenetwar will sorely arrest its decay, and cause it tie
saissoe, in a short time, all it former beauty. It emu
pistil) eradicates Pena and Dandruff and kills Hair
salami an destructive to the roots of the Hair, and
Cures ell Diseases or Humors of the
IS A BUR DRESSING,
'rho lasserm kappa/died by say othor Hair Proparatios
, IN THE WORLD I
IT' CONTAINS NO POISONOUS DRUGS,
Doing s Vegetable Compound.
THE kroprielani offer the Sicilian Hair
-Irwin, to tb• palkostindy woolidiput that it will
BRING BACH THE HAIR
lern ORIGINAL COLOR,
- Promote Y 414 Crowth,
• ••• • • . has fallen on. wUt rep
. iery aged Tbla is
- . , •.. . • the leatr
•.• • , -' • kap making
• • I M•3l.
M. P. HALL t . 0., Proprietors,
No. I ..as Street, Nashua, N. H.
HiEL 6 WARITL, erects for Western
lean Omni, Western 1. t* Tort and Eastern Ohio.
- ,J: H. RIIBLET Iv CO.,
nip t ettagy Worm thi Oidale that they km
IN GABLE'S BLOCK,
Between Bth sad Bti Sties* an. eta*
wseetbiry tabled to bey eart o rtly ea hand • fan
sini* tYi& mute= numu.
JET. T •q p.Kroi • oueit • Airs of thoPubliapet,
/'M a, w.•
LIIJMITLMALARI and et litmus Debility. Pi*
Wanly NAY* meths Met* of yeatbitil Willem
will be kwy be itralelt Atkin, with the ulnae et
qwww, (fro if amid). This nweedy 111 Ample. oak wwl
restill poniegim i ty meta mu, Ann Weiss
JOIN li. OGDIIIe,
pirellie • - * eeliwiess ear" Yaw Tide
A PURELY VEGETABLE, TONIC.
INVIGOILILTING Ili SIIIIIMIWZNIXO.
Tortillas the system airstart the OYU illbets al sawbel.
Will amp stns
Will can Cleimal DOM/
Will eats I I eadaistes.
a W ear* lavir Complaint.
Will nets and entele a loath appetite.
Will lavigorateorgans of and modem*
ly Worm", the taw of the body and the Ihroe
dna latlen, acting esed u general eonoborant of the
system, eostalnlniyao potatoes§ dram, sod is
TFIK . BEST ?MO BrITICRB IN THZ WO/MD
A fiklr Idm Le serangi solkdtad.
GEO. C. 111:1BBiL CO., Proprietors,
Contra Depot , Monk= farm BsUdhis 44 ROD
80N ST- NE .W YORE
Tor sale by all Draeshdia Grows, Ire.
k HOADLICT, Usk • Wholesale
and for sale by Ball k Rued, Carter k Career aaW il l:
kin. a Booth.
GEORGE DEMERIT & CO.,
303 Broadway, New York,
(00R11111 DUANE BUM; )
100,000 Watches, Chains, Geld Peas,
PENCILS, &C., &C.,
To Be SOLD AT ONE DOLL 111 EACH, WITHOOF
EDWARD TO VALUE. •
And not to be paid unlit you know what you wiU
SPLENDID LIST OP ARTICLES,
Ali to be Bold for ONE DOLLAR each 1
100 Gold Hunting Coma Watches, sub $lOO.OO
100 Gold Watcher 60.00
200 /Alb*? Watches .... _ ...... ....... .... .... . . 86.00
600 Silver Watches,-.. . • sl6..
... 626 00
600 Gold Neck and est Chains 12.00 to 16 00
1000 Chatelain and Guard Chains 6.00 to 16.00
3000 Veit and Nee* Ciao* 4.00 to 12.00
4000 Solitaire Jet and Gold Brooches... 800 to 0.00
4000 Co ol ral, Lava, Gonad, la.. Brooches,.. 3.00 to 0.00
7000 (td, Jet, Opal, &a, rar Drops '3OO to 800
6000 Goats' Breast sad SossiPtoa 900 to SOS
6000 Oval Baia Bracelets - 3.00 to ID 00
2000 Chaaed Bracelets • ; 6.00 to 10.00
35410 California Diamond Pine and Rbap.. 2.60 to ,B 00
Gold Watch Eels 260 to 6.00
•... Solitaire Sleeve Euttosui and Stud... 2.00 to 11.110
WOO Gold Tbunbles 4.00 to 000
6000 Miniature Lockets 200 to 700
3000 Miniature Locke* Macie 400 to 9.00
2500 Gold ?seasick*, Creates, kn.,- Zne to 000
3000 lob and Ribbon Elides. 2.00 to 6.00
6000 Chased Gold Rings. 200 to 600
4000 Stone Set Pinta 160 to 6.00
6600 Beta Ladies' Jeantby—Jet and Geld.. 6.00 to 16.00
6000 Beta Ladies' Jewelry—varied_ styles.. 3.09 to 16.00
9000 Gold Pena,Bliver Case and P . anon.... 4.00 to 800
4000 Gold Pena, Ebony Holder sad Cue.. 6.06 to 1000
6000 Gold Pena, Moutod Molder 200 to 6.410
All the goods in the above List -will be sold, without
reservation, for ONE DOLLAR EACH. Certilleatew
all the various articles are plated in similar envelopes,
sealed and tufted. These envelopes will be sent by Mall
or delivered et , our office without regard to choice. Oa
receiving a Certificate. you will see what article It ripre
tents, and it is optional with )onto send one dollar sad
receive the article named. or mly other in the list of the
By this mode we give selections from a varied stoat of
line goods, of the best make and latest styles, and of in •
triode worth, at a nominal pries„ while all haves thane,
el securing articles of the my. highest value.
In all traasactione by mall we charge for forwarding
the Certificate, paying postage, and doing the business.
26 mats each. ?vs catideld . ee will Muni for $l, Vey
osier $2; Thirty/sr $6; palf.for BM and Oat Psi.
We should supply your wants; our thoililtes are imam ,
passed; oar wort of unrivalled excellence; - our pantos,
p_aaetaally observed. Our contralloration brinp unser
the most remote points. Our goods are new tram the
manufacturers, and of tie latest and most desirable styles.
The Wo es Is be sold, and the tor= are unequalled.—
All a ordered are forwarded by retarn
We guarantee c ntire satirdection la emft instance,
and if there should be any pesos 'Unshelled with any
article they may receive. the: will Immediately retent
it and the price will be refunflod.
aumme.—We allowittose oitiMftee siesta toe cents on
each Certificate ordered, itted thMr ramittanse
amount to one dollar.
They will eollact 25 orate !ter e•ary Certideete, sad to
tabard 10 meta, remit to as 11 sends for lash.
Address, With DIBMIBRIT at CO.,
- 1108 Broadway, New Yea.
. (Late of the U. Tommy DOpaltalat aad
Panasilvarda Commlaiimmw for Salaam, Naahingtoa,
D.C..) Gamma Claim Apo with Ikajmedo Grsat, rag.,
Attorney at Law, Whom Moot, Irma Pa. Dllibm,
Naval and Civil Malmo collootsd with Adolity sad do.
patch. Pensions obtained sad tollgate& applisatioull
by mall promptly attended to. Kr. P. having had soy.
s ol i gnr r imn a tri i rro . thOitaa of the variou De•
Spring aid 81111111110 r Goals !‘
AIRS. P. H. HALL
• WOnld niimectitaly can lineation to her
LAB3E STOCK OF GOOthil,
Jan received from New Tort; imbruing
onriets, Hats,-Ribbons, Ito.,
•Together with some
Which she will sell
CHEAP FOR CASH, OR READY-PAY.
LT Particular attaation paid to bleachiag, *shut.
Store oa Pee& St, 7 doom gone the Depot.
Pa. • opteratt!
BUSINESS, WEDDING AND OTHER
Bill Heads, Certificates of Oil and
Stamping„ Embossing, Beals, &0.,
BY J. M. LAPHAM,
Paragon Building, West Park Row,
aP2nlS4f ERIE. PA.
Wit. HEM. -
EAGLE FOUNDRY 1
Pena Si., Moos tie BAN* Aeoet, Sr* Pe.
Henry, Bryant & Sherwood,
(neoBllolll to kabanon b Sonry,)
PARLOR, COOK AND OFFICE STOVSB,
TIN k SHUT IKON WARS.,
AND ALL KIND, OF IRON' C4ST7IVO L
Crary Store sold bon warranted to ewe eatlafaatios
Rattles Sleigh•oboe; Sadirons, ko., on hand or man
nfamnrod to order.
PLOW/ axe PLOW Poirra - 1 - of anperior make and dare-
Witty alwiye on hand. A cail and n fair trial of oak arti
cles Is all we ask. HENRY. BRYANT k
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Crawford, Christian & Ruth,
rt ROCERIES ' ,AND PROVISIONS,
%.1 and Sealed Fruits,
Drib— -vs is ems,
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Ship Chandlery, Bost ReP.
NO. 7 ezerms BLOCK, FAIL..
Also, Public Doak, Foot of State sires.,
A. OR W FORD, C. T. C.l
istaires-u BYiCON RUTH.
THE CHEAPEST & BEST•
BUT EITHER THE EXPIRE dB
The andersth, Jed basing best eppolated agent in Ins
city for the spot gelebrated Isakhees. reepsatftili
U. Gnostics at Its pane to U. galas.
the eb bw
ga et in migegw=o UN best to vas aad are
Lash Nubble bag all the isnot isiproressata, which
reader them far superior to asp other now sold
rirlOall diethyl to purchase a Sewing Machine will
dad It of &drainage to call sad examine nose balms
baying elsewhere. -
Samplita on azaillatlos at my atom, tio. 6, Anatriotit
BMA, botween tho Park sod assentltstmt.
Jaullatit-amo 'IP. WAON
THE UNDERSIGNED, DESIRING TO
hens saitlemeet of We accounts, glees maim to
plinsine indebted to him to eall sad pay battle the Ica ad
Jaly asst. If not &Hooded to by tlee period stated, the
ameanta will be left la the hands of as officer for collet-
Win. Thus counts is rendered seeeseary by my bins/
health, which renders It imperative that I shoald
den vodka for a brief period. JOHN BYNNWIT.
Waslayville,l4/0,111611. • Area
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