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lE. - PA., JUNE 29, 1865.
0 Who. It May Cimeeru.
e commenced making the semi-en
ections customary in this ace, and
knowing themselves indebted, will
to promptly settle tip their accounts
lied upon. "Short credits," Dr.
,iyg. "make long friends," end we
in believer in Mr. Lincoln's theory,
groan debt is easier paid than* large
'e hav e accordingly adopted the rule
collections twice a year, and think
generally approred by the Mends
to . Our experience has taught us,
Wet reason why so many newspaper
consirts in allowing their accounts
r s long period, at the end of which
ent nearly always leaves unpleasant
fire cases out of ten, the debt is
none towom accounts are sent
attending to h them promptly. They
the aggregate to many thousands
and it is not right to deprive us of
our just dues any longer than is
necessary. Those who know them.
be indebted will save us ocauddersble
• espense by remitting at once, with.
g us. to the necessity of sending
SALOISS Arrow :—The braves of
of Mussussaugies will meet it the
of the Medicine Man "on Saiiut
jog at the light of the pine torch, to
urea to accompany the "pale faces "
lebration of the 4th of July, in their
costume. The braves, old and young,
eJ to attend... The Chief commands,
der of Chief " Ihitosessugle." and
ut 0. the War-Club Man."
Tee SICK. HIALID WITHOUT MIDI—
Dr. Scully, from England, Magnetic
pee opened an office at parlor 36,
'e Hotel, Erie, for sixty days. Charges
o Office hdurs from 9to 12 a. m.,
*.! to 6 p. m.
unable to pay are cordially invited
sU sod examine the numerous testi
OCA L BREVITIES.
dial, region is again the center of at
to oil specalatoi , , two large new
bring recently been opened there.
rn from s reliable source that Mr.
otto, General Manager of the Phila—
Erie railroad, has tendered his res
stol that au important change in the
f the road ig soon to be made.
.ps in this vicinity, almost without
lock well, and we have confident
o no of an abundant harvest, Our
,a ie, that the prices of every sort of
.duce will be the 'per this fall than
tiod within the pat four years.
run off the Philadelphia & Erie
tract, near thu lake, on Friday even-
August Gerlach, yard master, had
bralon, - and MIL Millar his leg
rge Perkins, a prominent dentist of
, bed on the . 22l inst , aged 84 years.,
p!tint was ery.ipelas and pleurisy.
men of many good qualities, skill•
profession, and bad numerous warm
:awns in Erie county design cols*
the Fourth on an extensive .scale, but,
.1 this city, the most expensive de—
•uns will probably be made at Corry
The people of these two place.
lag in us their muscle" preparing
teen , , and will undoubtedly have an
y plessar.i " time." They extend
,nvitation to the people of this part
Judion's History of the 83d Regi
announced to be soon ready for sale.
ill be a highly entertaining book few
uion who know the gallant Captain's
a writer, and we hope it will meet
liberal pecuniary encouragement to
will be entitled.
cavalcade is proposed on the 4tb,
.posed of horsemen from all parts of
.'og country. It is intended, also,
birty—six young ladies, representing
as States, take part in the procession
be arassed in mourning for Illinois.
barn and Dr. Germer have special
the arrangements for the cavalcade,
all, aeiiriag participate are re
to report. '
%tir for . the Fourth has not yet been
I We un lets and invitations hare
ended to Horace Greeley, (Wash&
, and Gen: Gantt, of Arkansas. Our
an judge from this list, the class of
(hot it is intended to have delivered.
•miesory note for $ll5, given by Wm.
in Ent. of Wm. Price, was fettled on
Shore railroal, about two miles east
't:o. The or'ner con obtain it by call
•is office, or upon John Fagan, on the
Itest of the city.
ges of the Petroleum and Venango
Unto, incorporated under the State
banking law, amounting to $195,000,
stroyed by fire nt Ilarrisburg, on the
t.. by direction of the Auditor General.
Lk! Ire now doing business under
mil ' , inking law.
Schomer Andrew, owned by Gen.
sod commanded by Capt. Wm. Norris,
le the trip from this city to Marquette
.k, Iswied on her return voyage with
ns of iren ore, in twelve days—being
ickest on record.
Taller & Tinker's Stereopticon renewed
iibitions in Farrar Hall on Wednesday
g, and viii epatinue on Friday and oa
. oar friend Chevalier has labored
iostrzerstle obstacles, but that he
thi enterprise into final successful
Border, none who know him will doubt.
rreipoodent of the nivafeh
afaJ .Gen. Frank Herron, well known
617, es the nut opposition candidate
'fur. The nomination appears to be
el by both parties to the western por
daily Di , p,oteh thinks it curious that
otti anthracite and bituminous, can be
ed cheaper in Buffalo than here, al—
• •e are nearer and hare more direct
to the mines. A great many persons
effected in like manner.
UV City ordinance relative to doge
es that if any canine shall be found
.g It large without being securely mu:
shill be I twful for any person to seize
I him if Le is interfered with, the pert
dolug is subject to a penalty of twenty
,-sad the aspens. of burying t e dog
hepsid by the owner, if he is kno a; if
'7 the city, -
Democrats of Crawford county! will
ate the Founh at MeAdo& Grove,lVresi
township, on the line of the A. &
• railway. They invitepatriotic
n tlitutionally loyal people" to attend.
The returned conscripts give very unpleas
ant reports of their experieine iu the service.
They all agree in saying that their tre.ilment
was inhuman and disgraceful, and we h:tvt•
not heard one uprise ea opinion favotahle to
the service. t:Theii "nilitsere,..thet ate,, tseq
unkind, their food poor: and scarce, aid they
were coristentiy . treated es it the fact of their
being 030,*rigt4 trite *:disgrace . One onkel*
said to ail, day,: write fiovurnmeizi
oonidn't print greenbacks enough to get me
to serve three more Inch months u I have."
The City au Cortkpany, itpding it nec es sity
to make seine repair., shut off the gas' from
their customers. on Monday evening ) andhaen
kept it Closed off abuse that time. -Ass ooh.
sequence, issepiemid candles-hate been to so=
tie! demand. and. ihii graces, hate suddenly
jumped into a thriving trade. A great many
who are obliged to renege s" ini f yisaew, intend
continuing their use, in the belief that they
are cheaper than gas, at he exhorbitant price
. The business of the- "Prevost - Marshal's
office in this district is nearly closed up,-and.
mcist , of the furniiire - has boon sold at anction:
in Ridgway. Only two' persons besides Col.
Campbell are employed is the office at. present.
It will be a gratifying event when the an t
nonnoement is made - that no vestige of the
hated conscription any longer exists in the
land. We regard it as a matter of simple
justice to say of Col. Campbell and those as.
sociited with him, that so far as our experi
ence with the office has gone—happily it was
never in a legal line—we always found them
accortunodating and courteous, and we believe
the causes of complaint have been less than
has been the cue in almost any other simi
lar establishment in the State.
The Government is building three addl.
tional gunboats for service upon the lakes,
each to be pierced for eve guns. One was
launched at elated*ld on Thursday of last
- week. One more is being coastruoted at
Cleveland and one at Tunas/ands, N. Y. Erie
should hate had a chance to try her hand on
at least one of these vessels.
The drafted men have mostly returned
to their homes, and aro preparidg to renew
their previous occupations. Most of them
look hearty and rugged, but a few 'have suf—
fered considerably. Some half a dozen remain
in the neighborhood of Washington, having
been too unwell to accompany their comrades.
The return of Peace is hailed by none with
mare unfeigned delight thari these returned
W. T. Kirtland, of Albion, a returned mem,
ber of the 83d regiment, who became insane
lately, and was placed temporarily in the jail,
for safe keeping, succeeded in breaking out
early on Tuesday morning, and amused him
self with entering a number of stores on
Fifth and French streets, breaking windows,
smashing goods, and , 4 kicking up - the deuce
generally. He was secured, but net before he
had done considerable misobief.
Three persons stopping st the Park House
were robbed on Monday evening, one losing
a watch valued at $BO, the second $3B in
money, and We third'siztyttive cents,sall the
money he possessed. They slept in a room
containing five beds, and their pockets were
picked while they were asleep.
Milton Courtright and John A. Traoy,
Esqs., of this city, have been elected Directors
of the Buffalo & Erie railroad. Dean Bich
mond has been chosen President of the com
pany, Chas. H. Lee, of Silver Creek, Vice
President, and Henry L. Lansing, of Buffalo,
Secretary and Treasury.
The expenses of disinterring the remains of
Cel. McLane, and forwarding them home, ware
shared by the 88d regiment, and not paid by
Col. Roger's alone, as at first reported. In a
modest letter, the Colonel disclaims any ape
The Erie county Teachers' Association will
meet at North East on Thursday and Friday
of next week.
Items of All Sortr.3.
The Virginia Baptists think they can take
care of the souls within their. jurisdiction
without the aid of New England missionaries.
James Gordon • Bennett, of the New York
Ilerald, and W. C. Bryant, of the Evening Post,
are both over seventy years of age. Both
have greatly diatisguished themselves u
writers cf fietion.
A gay and festive Englishman paid a visit
to Washington market, and espied some water
melons. "Aw !" said he, "mint you grow
larger apples than those in this country ?"
" Apples !" exclaimed the vender, " they
ain't apples. They're sone green peas I've
How small a portion of our life we really
enjcy ! In youth we era looking forward to
things that are to come! in old age we are
looking backwards to things that are put;
in manhood, although we appear 'to be more
occupied in things that are present, yet even.
that Is absorbed in vague ' determinations to
be :vastly happy on some future day, when
we have time.
We have beard of coon skins, wolf scalps,
and "garden sass" as "legal tender" in
payment of marriage fees, but a few days
since a minister at Lafayette, Indians, on
concluding a marriage ceremony, received as
compensation three brooms from the happy
bridegroom, who is a broom maker.—Ex. .
Bev. Dr. Dixon, now of Baltimore, once
received a bushel of sassafras roots as a mar
riage fee.— Venango Spectator.
It is stated on good authority that fully
$300,000,000 worth of property in this State
is untaxed, not being upon the - assessor's
Looks. The recorded personal property is
Ohio is $857,000,000, and in Pennsylvania
but $77,000,000• The assessor's books of
New York State chew an amount of taxable
property three times greater than that of
John asked Julia if she would have him.
"No," said she, "I will not have you;" but
before John could recover from the shock;
she archly put in, " but you may have me."
" You said," said the Judge, "the parson
who married you to this wife authorized you
to have sixteen?" "Well," said Hans, "he
told me dat I should have four• petter, four
vorser, four richer, four poorer—and in our
country four those four makes sixteen."
A letter writer says Washington can bout
of a marvelous proportion of beautiful women,
but a greist many of them look better than
The Harrisburg Telegraph states that there
appears to be a general agreement among the
railroad companies and prot•rietora of ma
chine shops, etc., to reduce the wages of em
ployees fifteen per cent., commencing with the
Knew 'men Hs yes Wenn prr.....4 Jersey
man was M, and was not expected to recover.
His friends got around his bed, and one of
them says John, do you feel willing to
die V! John made an effort to give his views
on the subject, and answered with his feeble
voice, "I think I'd rather stay where
A fiery happy comment on the aaniltilalloa
of time end space by locomotive travel wee
made by a little girl - who 'had' ldadn fifty
miles in a railroad ,i i rs4lit, 614 -.then 1 :04 : „
cyicli to her - unele's'itliase - setae tivelaWder
farther. " We ooze a little wry In the teals,"
said "and then ill ' the rest the way
in a ferriage."
€YlF;htut been ascertained that large apprO
.Priatlons will have to be made to defray the
expense of refittiag cad refaralehing the
White Rouse to mate it a respectable resi
dents for the Chief Magistrate of a great
within. The carpets are worn and spoiled,
the furniture damaged and broken, and. the
silver wars in ao presentable condition.
One of the Norristown clergymen posted
ihe.following notice on Ida gate one.day last .
yeti : —,•
FonsoLWas tetrad in aly strawberry
patch, two halo. .Ths owners pan bars thew
by owning forward and proving propeaty."
It id not likely that the owners wlll'Appear
and eltiat the hats.
A new mode - of raising funds at fairs has
been devised at Bt. Louis. A vote is taken
on do queition, 44 Who Is the most popular
clergyman of the city!" with a dollarauall—
Beationfor a voter—the successful candidate
being presented with a gold headed cane.
A reverend divine, who was but a so-so
preacher, Wag °ailed upon socidentally for
a sermon, asked a friend what be should
preach about ; to which the other coolly re—
plied, " About; five minutes."
We Would respectfully tender our oongrata
latione to Governor Fenton on an event which
esourred in his household yesterday—the
birth of a eon and heir to his excellency.—
.histtne Ranuxap.—" Row awkward you
art," paid the lady. "r do not hold my
head down ; Ido not turn my toes as I walk ;
do, riot lean my elbows on the table." . "I
keg 'ycs:ar pardon, mamma," said the child,
who was really a well—behaied little creature,
" but !Pre you not rather fond of praising
The old fashion of a " feast at a funeral "
is not obsolete in Lebanon, Pa. Over five
hundred persons recently partook of a dinner
at the louse in that vicinity from 'which that
morning a corpse had been buried.
The Pittsburgh Gazette, Armstrong Demo—
crat, Norristown Herald, Bradford Reporter,
and other Republiciaa papers, are in favor of
negro suffrage, and the striking of the word
" white" out of the Constitution of Pennsyl—
The Chicago Republican (Ab.) says "it is
plain that to claim indiscriminate suffrage for
the blacks throughout the South, is not only
to defeat black suffrage entirely, but to de
The editor of the New York Independent says
the method of treating the Southern States,
proposed by the President, invokes the inter.
position of divine Providence for its defeat.
Does Mr. Tilton intend to Invite anothei mast
The Allegheny county Republican-Conven—
tion have inaugurated as the principal ques
tion at issue, between the parties at the com.
ing election, that of negro suffrage.
BREAD AND BALLOTIL-.-411 appeal is put
forth in behalf of the liberated negrees of
Alabama, thirty thousand of whom are said to
be ins a state of destitution in that State alone.
While an uproar is raised about giving these
people a chance to vote, - they are dying off
for want of food. The ballot—box is an excel
lent institution, bet bread and butter are also
useful, and the most patrietio darkey alive
would prefer victuals and drink to starvation
Ax lactozwz.—The Louisville Democrat of
Tuesday has the following :
A Confederate officer, who was on hie way
back to his home in Georgia, was out near the
Nashville depot yesterday. He was suddenly
attrpristd at being surrounded by five or six
negioes who had recognized him and jumped
down from their wagons to run and meet
him: They were driving Government teams.
He recognized them as his own negroes, who
had followed the Federal army off. They
begged him to take them back home with
him, that they would be " de beet niggas he
eber seed "if he would. Arrangements were
made, and master and negroes all left on the
train for Georgia la-gather last night.
LIT vas Pawner!. i3TASD Ftax.—The
Cleveland Plain Dealer gives President John
son this counsel:
The New York Observer is vehement in favor
of negro suffrage. It denounces President
Johnson, and says " his polioy cannot be an.
cepted as the final method of adjustm3nt."
We do not think the ravings of these fanatics
will frighten Andy Johnson into a surrender
to their policy. If he will stand firmly by the
doctrine of State rights and oppose negro suf
frage,. the Democracy will help him fight it
out on this line
The Democrats of Harrisburg, finding that
the so•called Union celebration of the Fourth,
in that city, is to be an Abolition movement
in disguise, have concluded to have a cele—
bration on their own account, and secured
Hon. Charles J. Ingersoll as orator of the
occasion. The following communication oa
the Subject, from a returned soldier, appears
In the daily Patriot:
EDITOR PATRIOT A.ND UNION : I lee my Mime
used in connection with a celebration of the
coming 4th of July, to be bold irrespective of
party. Nothing would give me more pleasure
then to join my fellow citizens on such an oat
°mien, but since my return to the city, I
have seen and heard enough to convince me
that it is to be a Contractor's glorification, (a
class for whom the soldier has no great love,)
and I therefore respectfully decline the honor
—preferring to celebrate that holy day with
those who entertain more liberal principles
and are decent and respectable enough for my
association. E. S. WITMAII,
Late Lient.•CoL 201 et P. V
031 Erricr or EwaNova:cos.—The eman
cipation of slavery will give the Southern
_States an increased representation of fourteen
members of Congress, and this, too, whether
the right of suffrage is extended to the ne
gram or not. Heretofore, the Southern peo
ple only had a three-fifth representation for
their slayes--now the entire population, black
as well as white, will be counted in per capita,
the. same as is done in Pennsylvania and
other. Northern States. To make this still
more plain ; IL is estimated that there are, or
were, 8,600,000 slaves in the fifteen Southern
States. Two-fifths of that number (1,440,000)
were not counted in the enumeration for Con.
gressional purposes. The ratio of represen..
tation is, in round numbers, 100,000. Make
this the divisor and the other number the
dividend, and you hare an additional repre—
sentation in Congress, for the black popula
tion, of fourteen and a fraction over. This is
so transparent that the moat obtuse intellect
can see through and understand it.
The bill fiziag the legal status of the negro,
which has just passed the lower boas° of the
Tennessee Legislature by a two-thirds ma
jority, guarantees the sanctity of the matri
menial relation among them, but forbids
their intermarriage with whites. All laws in
force for the benefit of married women and
children are to apply to them, provided that
colored children are not to be admitted to
the same schools with while children. Col—
wed • Pima , . may be witneaset in An state
courte,ifer -- or timing each other, but net in
cues to which the parties are white, and no
9ntraat between a White andAilbred person
an be binding, - unfeis iodised to *thug
end Witnessed by a 'Otte- person. Colored
perseas are auteot to the same penalties for.
ails " 'OM* , idPi : 16 009 4 Piet
by • negro open a white woman is punishable
with death. These are the meet prominent
end important features of the bill.
Pnastnerr JOSitson mum wrrit • Resit.
Washingion dent of sow.
York News itii la. Mari '
To show how iii at ease had hew tha people
of this goodly town of Washington are, an in
cident happened a day or tarefinee.will tor rt
Its an illus4aUaii..l - On :Broaday:elatnine
??resident Johnson wu discovered riding in a
carriage on Capitol Hill quile_oosily with a
gentleman whose features, dress and general
snake tip, looked very like the Hon. Albert
O. Rrown, former Senator from Mississippi ;
and A couple of rampant Abolitionists, who
used to see Brown when in the Senate, were
ready to swear that he was the very man. The
tididgs spread—Loyitl Leaguers' lips convey
ed it to Loyal Leaguers' ears, and it flew with
the speed of the burning torch of Roderick's
henchman, that President Johnscin, the suo
mese? of Abraham Lincoln—the elect of the
Abolition party—was riding oat with a slave
owner, slave driver,. slave purchase!, slave
seller; who was also a lcsaesh, copperhead and
traitor. The dreadful tidings Sew, and gain
ingeredit and enlarging its shape as it spread,
the Preeident was denounced in filing terms
by these patriotic gentlemen, as one who had
sold out to the secesh. Whether the myste
rious man was Brown or not, is yet unknown
to the •public ; but the President was certainly
" done Brown," if curses, deep and loud, could
IT is probably forgotten, in the general
rejoicing over the triumph of "universal
freedom" in this country, that there are
two States yet in the Union where slaves
may be held, bought and sold with all the
,Impunity of the olden time. These two
States are Kentucky and Delaware. The
Proclamation of Emancipation did not
apply to the slaves there. The people
have not freed them by any act of their
own, as has Maryland, Missouri and Ten
nessee. The Constitutional amendment
still lacks the ratification of a few States
to enquire force and validity. Thus it will
be seen that the peculiar institution may
yet be enjoyed by its devotees in this
country by emigrating to Kentucky or
“Throw 'Ayala to the doge, I'll none of it
To make assurance doubly cure
I'll take"—Plantation Bitters,
They never fail;
This great Stomachic Healer, so lent and
favorably known to the American public, is
just what the people need. It is a remedy
they can rely on. For Dyspepsia, Heartburn,
Headache, Dizziness, Ague, Liver Complaints,
Pains in the Side and Back, ; Ito., it has no
equal ; not the least among Ds virtues is its
extreme pleasantness to the taste and unman.
ate beneficial effect. Try it, ye dyspeptics,
and be cured !
Brown's Bronchial Troches, advertised in
another column, are highly recommended for
public speakers and ethers, for the relief of
colds and to clear the voice. Their efficacy
is strongly attested by gongreismen,-, clergy—
men and gingery, who use them. Among the
certificates to their merits we observe letters
from Henry Ward Beecher, N. P. Willis, E.
H. Chapin, and others of eminence.—N.
"Doubt thou the stare are fire ;
Doubt that the sun doth 'neve ;"
But doubt not that Dr. D. H. Beelye's
Liquid Catarrh remedy will cure that disease
speedily and permanently. Obtain a circular
of your Druggist showing symptoms.
“The perfumed light
Steals through the mist of the alabaster
And every air is heavy with the breath
Of orange dowers thit bloom
In the midst of roses."
Such was the flowery land filled with heal
ing airs and life-preserving product, where
Dr. Drake discovered the chief ingredients of
his wonderful Tonic Medicine—Plantation
Bitters—the enchanted tropical island of St.
Croix. The Plantation Bitters, combining
all the medicinal and tonic virtnei of the
healing and life-snstaining products of the
favored clime, are, without doubt, the World's
Great Remedy for Dyspepsia, Low Spirits
and all other Stomachic difficulties.
MAINON & HAMLIN'S CABINIT
Minicians are agreed in reference to these
instruments that they are unequalled. Mr.
Gottschalk. the distinguished pianist, pro
nounces the Cabinet Organ "truly a charming
instrument, worthy of the high praise it has
received" and "sure to find its way into every
household of taste and refinement which can
possibly afford its moderate expense." He ,
also declares it far superior to everything of
its class he has seen. He knows of what he
speaks, having tested them thoroughly in hie
concerts. Our most eminent organists in
Now York fully endorse this testimony.—N.
"Haste me to know it, that I with wings
As meditation, or the thoughts of loss,
May prove to you"
That by the use of Dr. D. H. Beelye'e
Liquid Catarrh remedy s permanent care
will be effected.
bETTERS TESTAMENTARY ON THE
Estate of Catharine Haytarger, deceased, Late of
ore sae township, Erie sounty, Pa., haring been
granted to the underadmeed, notice la hereby gins to all
indebted to the said estate to make innnedtate settle•
ant, and thou hating amounts against the suns, will
present them, properly authenticated, for payment.
HENRY WOLF, Executor.
North Eut, Jane 99, 1485-13wo
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATON ON
the Estate of Christian Belwengel, demand, late
of /Kill Creek township, Erie county, Pa, having been
granted to the undersigned ; notice Is hereby riven to
Si knowing themselves - indebted to the said estate to
leaks immediate layman; and those having claims
against the said estate will present them, properly au
thenticated, for settlement.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION ON
the Lists of Frederick Heisler, late of the 17nitad
States Army, heeler been granted to the noderslgned,
notice le hereby given to all Indebted to the said estate
is mks immetliste payment, sad those laving claims
agsLevt the same rill present them, properitanthenti
cited, for settlement. THADDZUd RICIBLER,
IiceETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION ON
the Istate of Artisans Severance deceased, hits of
on townehip„ Erie coney, ra,ba boss /mated
to the undersigned, notice hereby given to el In
debted to the askl estate to make payment of their la
debtsdnees on or before the lath of August sad
those having dens Beene the same VIII present
presses authentiesteZ, for settLnasot.
3419 . 81414 lIIVELIINCI, Ada%
vY VIRTUE, AND PURSUANCE OF
an order of Coort to me &recta, I' wlll upon to
at al i t m leadoe or eat.ary, at tie Pet:elms
Hoene, of Union, on the fth day of aunt,
Mak all the t, Wig, Lateral% de tad dasnag - ikl ,
Janine G reat, of Illelonotmemea ct it aad Inman-
Moly before hle demise to and to the lb seta deemtbed
plea 4V parcel of land, to wit: el i and
bela In the townahlp of M ewe of
of Ponasyleanla,bonaded OW
and bed an sad
to wit: Oa the west by had of ileary Ilthieby oa the
=r u t tv mu=k4 i ° t haw ling, on the south by land of
Ne a, sad :en toe east by land o! JUDOS
Hurls, con g Silty Awn of Load, be the lase
more or less
Touts s—Onethird In hand and the Mikan Is three
Keel anneal Pdfiesate, to be neared by lodgment bond
and mortrefgo els the promisee. Or at. toe °pupa of the
the parttime looney akliy au be L
p i dd is bamband.
Union, Jane 119, 1613-31 Adner of haws Grant.
MHZ BUUDAL CHAMINSIL-1. Nets of warning
and advice to them inderind with Seminal Rat.
nee, General Debiliti, or Pr maters Dew, b ow T ut•
ever ems pram& NW, pander, and West I Be
piss is time.
s l ot trio to any address, for tie Nandi of alie iiff.setek .
Seethe ream mail. Adqrewl
ANL; I. DOWN
qd Irdedliar, New Tait .
ibx — br....___
.1., Allentown. Pa.
11 dimes, of the Eteaseb. Hbood. lamp and am.
epeedtly and whitely wed. Healthy stood' will
be ht tato the blood state of perhetLoa, and out
to two a week's et weal nine to hosd
work an belowtweedlag stock it WA, sail saved
tkoneausie et videable home eon ecostigisam dime%
a• well at the barnier4 iota the Amy a the Peteme.
Tin 1421114111 WORM CIONFZUTIONS
Vileobukily ovum= an tho ohissta which llamall7 put.
van the aspelling of Woos; are plomat to tabs, and
ales ono of the most agreesble purgatives for Children.
lko confident is the Inventor, of the memos of his labo
rious studies, is the pathological eouipmition of this
prepantton, that be fittnishoo mow graduated Physician
with a written prescription, am a now era is Materia
THE ONION ROACH, RAT, 1110 E, AND ANT
Is • Powder for the me exteroihmailos of all Vermin,
will serer chow with ap or climate. and mush prefers.
hie to the old Phosphors's& Puts, widish hardese is •
abort thososaliag it worthless. • Tor directions and
partieohsts ass the small Me In the Bosse.
IJghtr.th s ree Presdriste Awarded to these lirspars-
Dr. Nick, end Cuter dr Carver, Brie, Wholesale and
BAWD ♦gents for Brie county ; It. B.Sellers & Co,
Pittsburg; John Henderson 6 Bro, Pittalmrg, and Ben •
ton & Rim, C'evetand„ Wholesale Jobbers.
INVEST IN SOUTHERN LANDS!!
THE ATTENTION OF CAPITAL'S FS,
and also of thorn who dente to setae* profitable
farms in the Soothers Staten, is invited to the excellent
opportanity now premintad for procuring some of the
best lands in the great cotton growing region of the
Misaissippi 'Valley, at plebe ranging from
Five' Dollars to Men Dollars
The undersigned offal for sale at the alms prior,
ONE COTTON PLANTATION
Of 3,800 owes. Minted on the Misslarippl riser, sixty
miles above Memphis, Senn. All high land 0 a steam
Gin sad Saw and Grist mill in running order, good
dwellings, cabins and out bnildinge-970 acres In matt
ration. A splendid investment.
Also, 700 acres of cotton land, with buildings, ke i. les
Also, 600 acres of cation lands-200 In cnitiration,
with buildings. ks.,
Also, small bodies of land, to salt parchaams who de•
sirs small farms.
All the above are its property of loyal men, who wish
to seek new homes, and the title Is unexceptionable. For farther partlimlars,anquire of or
Je7216-4, ROGER SHERMAN, Erie, Pa.
THE GREAT SHOW IS COMING!
BALL & FITZPATRICK'S
The largest and best Troops in the Walla, will ea ,
Thursday Afternoon and Evening,
JUNE 29TH. 1865.
ADMISSION TS CENTS.
BLURTED SEATS 60 CENTS.
rip- For particulars, see Illusniaated Poster and Dr
COL. J. C. STUART,
ja2765-It Brudness Agent.
BBANDRETLI , B PIL I.M.—The Weak, the Con
unaptly% Rheumatic, Cbative, Billions and Delicate,
after lame days' use, will find renewed strength and life
pervade every organ of their frames.
every does makes the blood purer. The nerves com
mence In the arteries sad terminate in the voles. These
pills, as a first elfeet, set upon the uncial blood, in
creasing the einsuladen, by which Impurities are define-
Bed In the veins, and they throw on' inch oollecUons
into the bowels, which organs, by the energy derived
from Brandrsth's Pills, expel them from the system.
When first need, the Pills may occasion griping, and even
make the patient het worse. This lean expellent sign.
and shows the disease will soon bemired. No ggnraaat good
la often 'whirred without some trouble in Its attaiameat,
and this rule applies to the *Pommy of health. Bold by
all respectable dealers in medicines. ~ Jernli.tf
1865. Spring Trade. 1885.
JOHN C. BEEBE
INVITES THE ATTENTION OF BUY
za to his large sad carefully Masted stool of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
GEORGE D. ATKINS RESPECTFUL
LY Informs his old friends and the radio that he
has assordated his Son, G. D. Atkins. Jr. with him, and
that they have opened a shop on the no rth idde of Sev
enth street, between State and French, gate city, where
theism* plowed to receive orders for all Mods of House,
and Ornamental Painting, Gilding, Glazing, Grain.
tag aad Paper Hanging. ParUctilar attention given to
peettally solidted. j
Carriage intig. The patronage of the commichity le
New Clothing Store.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE OPEN
ED a Clothing Store on the corner of Fourth and
State 'beets, where they propose to keep always on
hand u good an assortment of Clothing u can be found
In the city, made is the best mamma from th. but ma•
terial, and so finished as to afford satisfaction to the
most critical customer. P.:tinier attention will be
paid to Custom Work, in which branch we propose to
noel all other establishments in the city. Wo will al
ways keep a fine stock of Cloths, CUISIDIOIIIII, Footings,
&c , from which enstomizi an select to the very but
Gents' Fuinishing Goode.
Of every descriptios, compnalug all *Minks in instils*.
The Clothing of Boys will also be made a speciality. Give
us s call. BASSERBSII &
0 co. Buszaw, AMUR? W. BLILIXIDIL.
Late Cutter with M. Koch.' je21785-t(
THE CHEAPEST & BEST.
BUY EITHER THE EMPIRE OR
The en aisi
been appointed agent in Itzie
city for the celebrated Ifichines, reepeetllll)
calls the attentio of the public to the mew
they are rano lodged to be the beet in use and are
the cheapest in market.
Each leaching all the latest improyesureta, which
render them far parlor to nay other now sold .
a Sewing Nubia' will
End It of ads= to ail and =Mine these bonen
Samp les ween the on exhib i Parit sodtion at m & y gore,
stmt. No. 6, American
lea% 66-Imo T. NAOMI.
FrHE UNDERSIGNED, DESIRING TO
hare • settlement of his scemmta, gives notice to
peneas indebted to him to call sad psi Imams the let of
July nest. If not attended to by the stated, the
amounts will be left to the hands of an akar for collec
tion. This amuse is rendered necemary by my failing
health, which renders it Imperative that I shanid stein.
don practice for • brief period. JOHN BENNSTT.
WenkYvin*. 25 0.0. ;slid
baIiTTERB OF ADMINISTRATION
fumes been rusted to the Ilaboariber on Oa L.
s of Thomas 8. dlsalalr. late of the city of Ezie, da
mod, motto is hereby gives to all persons sadebted to
mad Wats. to maks Immedlatipsymeat. sad those Wm.
jug slams want It will present them. duly sathentl,
astedi, for settlement. GEO. W. OUNSIBON,
At the O.& Pandos and Calm 02es, southwest ear
am of Mats Lad FM stmts. Erie, Pa. jeradirr
Wool f WooL
ITOOL WANTED, FOR WRIER. TIF F
blend motet Woo pat bp palA B. 4 by
Jens 112. ass—F atrwrn,
A. CO It LIC,
6: 1. assoads s e graßoes aminarfinsa
rii lib*, gdo. pli.
, Wei sisee lli nt
the tosteeb mad
SELIDEN 111 CO.,
27 Court Mutt St" NOW rori.
et Ciatill.B • is% 1 1
abasp, ta prourtlag
the partied iiir;s - 1 . 10
Sok W i wi!), batter
fialiimsft. and MO-
"WOWS • ,
'se sad laic
100,000 WATCTES, CIGUNS, eoLo
, Panels es.,
le., worth over list a Million
. bs so
Aden I fold et Ulla Dam' 1111 * with4ll9
to vales. /ad tot tole paid for man rr
you Ilse i' Vt
yea sea b sawes.
.ato oily sedielse la
c k aml
patented la Tram*
4 Switairlaad. di
1 1 and duly a&
Med their Courbti
vas by *r. Dm!,
lb! Ayrkulbus at
`, - Maw. Dr. ol Z.
LIST' OF JUCTICLIkti
300 Gents' gold • Watches, 4 50 to $l5O
800 Ladies' gold Watakes, 35 1 -40 70
400 Gaeta! silver Watches, " 85 - to 70
200 Dismend Ringo; _ '6O to 100
8,000 Gobi Vest & Neck Chains, 15_1a 80
8,000 do: - 4,te 6
8,000 ,tiold-tival Bed Bracelets, 4to 8
4,000 Chased Gold Bracelets, sto 10
2,000 Chitalaine & guard chains, to 6le 20
6,000 Salters & gold j.trooches, i 4to 10
2,000 Lava &Florinttee broodhes, 4to 6
2,000 Coral, Opal & Em. brooches,t 4 to-_8
2,000 Moaliie, Jet, Lave- & Florence
- tine Eat: Drops,
4,500 Corsi 'opal &an. N. drops, 4to
4,000 Cal. Diamond breastpins, 2,50 to
3,000 Gold fob & vest watch keys. ? " to
4,000 Fob & vest ribbon slider, 3 to
4,000 Sets sleeve buttons; etc., 3 to
8,000 Gold thimbles, pencils, etc., 4to
6,000 Ministure lockets, 5 to
4,000 Mia. locketii.-magio spring, 3to
4,000 Gold toothpicks & crosses, 2to
6,000 Plain gold rings, 4 to
6,000 Chcsed gold rings, 4 to
7,000 Stdite set & signet rings 2,50 to
5,000 California diamond rings, 2to
7,600 Sets ladies' jewelry-jet &
gold, 5. to
6,000 Sets ladies jewelry-cameo,
pearl, etc., 4 to
5,000 Gold pens, silver extemdon.
holders & pencils,
6,000 Gold pens & gold-mounted
holders, 3 to
5,000 Gold pens, & pen.bolders, 6to
5,000 Silver goblets & cups, 5 to
1,000 Silver castors, 16 to
2,000 Silver fruit & cake baskets, 10 to
1,000 Dozen silver tea spoons, 10 to
1,000 Do. table spooni & forks,
Corti/Seat% naming each article, and ira value, are
placed in hea led Enveles, and wet mixed. Ow of
thaw envelopes, ooetalafnt the Cerebrate*: Order for
some Article, (worth at least one dollar at retall,) will
be sent by mail to soy address without regard to choir"
on receipt of 25 cents. The purchaser will see what Ar
ticle It draws, and its value, which may be from One to
Five Hundred Dollars, and can then send OneDollarand
receive the Article named, or any other on tke 1 st of
the same Ten., and after seeing the article, If it does
net give perfect satisfaction, we desire it to be immedi
ately returned and the amount paid CU be refunded.
By this mode we give selections from a varied stock of
fine goods, of the best make and latest styles and of tn
triage worth, at &nominal price, while all have a chance
el securing artieles of the very highest value.
In all cases we charge for forwarding the Certificate,
=and doing the tmstnesa. the sum of Twenty.tive
which must be enclosed In the order. rive Cer
tUicatee will be sent for $1 ; eleven for $2 ; thirty for $5 ;
sixty•five for $10; one hundred for $l5.
Parties dealing with us may depend on having prompt
returns, and the article drawn will be immediately sent
to any address by return mall or express.
Entire aatistration Guaranteed In all eases.
Write your Name, Town, .County sad State plainly,
and address SELDEN de CO.,
taa2.5'65-0m 27 Conrtlandt street, New York.
W. W. PIERCE & CO.'S.
HYDE & WRIGHT': ?ATM
Hone Hoe, or Cultivator Plow.
THE ABOVE INVALUABLE IMPLE
xur hae always received the First Premium when
ever exhibited ; and all who have used it pronounce it
far superior to anything else of the kind. The follow
ing are some of the advantages this Cultivator has over
every other Clad now In nee:
let. Lightness and durability ; being made of the best
quality of steel, highly pulialmh sac] the ',Ledo laapt•
meet weighing from fifty to sixty pounds.
2d. Adaptation to more kinds of work than any other
Cultivator known ; being a perfect and thorough Culti
vator when used with ell the teeth on, leaving the
ground even and level, and working nearer the rows
than any other Cultivator.
Bd. By removing the small teeth, Ind attaching the
wings to the shovel, It is the moat perfect implement
for hUling that can be foand.
Stk. It Is the best implement for covering and digging
potatoes vier Invented. • man and horse an corer po
tatoes as fast as a horse can walk, and a man and teem
can dig from three hundred to five hundred buthele o
potatoes in a due, when the amp is a fir one.
sth It worVually well in corn, or any kind of crop
requiring cult log, and in most eases hand hoeing
can bed bpe with.
6th. Its cheapness, considering the maziy Made of
work to which it can be applied ; the farmer having to
oar implement all that is newstacry for cultivating and
billing any kind of crop, or coeering and digging pota
Numberleu certificates from the most intnential farm.
*rein the United States might be given of the superiori
ty of the above implemesn over all others designed fur
We shall be pleased to receive $ call from any one who
needs a Cultivator or Shovel Plow and explain to then
the merits of the above Horse Hoe over all oth. r Imple
ment. of the kind. We warrant this Hors. Hoe to work
as a Cultivator as well as any Cultivator made—se •
Shovel Plow as well a. any Shovel Plow—and as a Horse
Hoe a oomplete success, or refund the money if it does
not meet this warrantee.
We also keep en hand in cannel :tion with our Hard
ware, Stoves, Tinware and Rouse Ittrulablng Goode, a
complete assortment of Hone Rake: Hand Rakes,
Scythes, Scathes , Grain Cradles, Porks,'Hoes, Shovels,
Spades, kc. Don't fall to give na a call.
W. W. PIERCE k CO.,
Sole agents for Horse Hoe in Erie Co., Pa., and A/tabula
Co., Ohlo, Comex State and 9th ste., Erie, Pa.
War. W. Praacia,l
Gititi. J. Emma:. Erie. May 25, 1905-8 m
The following flans are our antlunisA agent, for the
eels of Wrightrs Horse Ho. or Cultivator Plow :
0 A. Heine & Co., Waterford; M. L. &LH. Setting&
North Last ; Galliford, Hay & Girard; J. A. White.
Miles Orave • A. Landarath, Union • Webster Jr, Blood,
Conneaut, O h io; T. McGuire, Aelitibuts, Ohio ; Talcott
& Hodge, Geneva, Ohio ; W. W. Memos & Co., Brandt,
-Brown's Hotel, •
C el State Street stud the Path, Erie.
Milt ABOVE WELL KNOWN HOUSE
A. has paned into the control of the Undersigned,
who are determined to spare no efforts that will tend to
make it a pleasant stopping ;dace for the traveling pub
lic. A number of important improvements have already
been 'made, and others to be completed at an early plied
will render it one of the finest hotels in the country.
Especial cartile taken to furnish the table with all the
seasonable articles, served up in the moat approve d style,
and by accommodating waiters. We took of the
Hotel with the resolution to make it such as e mote
of this section: require, and feel confident of meeting the
approbitien °four guests. LOOMIS It ROSS,
A. T Loom*, /
W. L. Rose._ S
May 4 115• It
- - __l - MANHOOD;
How Lost I How Restored.
TENT PUBLISHED . a New Edition of
T.I Dn. Cor.viawar.es Mammas:a Ileamr on the
radical awe ((without medicine) of Sranmaroaszosa, or
Seminal Wealoem, Involuntary Semi al Losses, Iwo-
Tarn, Mental and Physical Incapeolty, Impediments I.
li=etc. ; also, Conscrirrios, Nritiviv and TM,
by aelf-indalimor or sexual sztravaganee.
ff . Pries, in a sealed envelops, only II cants.
The celebrated author. in tide admirable essay, clearly
demonstrates, from a thirty years sueosedul practice,
that the alarming oonsequeness of self-abase may be rad
'say cared without the du tic nee of internal mid-
Ides or the application of the Intim( out a mode
of cure at once Ample, certain and b ) me .b, of
which every sufferer, no matter wha Ms Condition my
be, ear. himself cheap) re privately and rodiosali,
„, This Lecture (rhombi he In um hands of ems 7
yaw' and awry nun la the land. '
Sent ander sal, la a plain envelope, to any address, on
the reoel t =six mats, or two poetagectalos. Address'
the pu CHAS. J. C. Ue ,na & CO4e
121 &wiry, New 'York,
Piet Oita Ikrz. ON.
SUBSCRIBER WHO HAS OCCU
-1 run the Manilas House, jut *boys the Depot, for
the peat four years, has removed into the
CORNER or PEACH AND BU/PALO STP.EETS,
When he will try to aseemmodate twice as many griesrb„
and as wall, as he did in the old stand. He hopes that
the patronage which was so liberally extended to him
there, will be Wended to him to his new visitors. His
stabling Is sulicient to accommodate ail taamstirgwbo
may favor him with their patronage.
spilo'6l-U JOHN BOYLN.
4410 be EWA for Ogre voll+i• tech
MANN'S Or DDITRIEITION
nur3s7 , 6-tt
Spring sad Sumer Gods !
KM. S. H. HALL
Would respectfully gall attention to her
L kRGRIVOCK OF GOODS,
hat rembilit from New York, imbruing
°anat., Hats, Ribbons, 40.,
Together with some
Which she will esti
OREAP FOR CABS, OR BRADY-PAlri ,
Taztlaalar nalintion paid , to blesekinm colorlwg
Mere on ream Ett. T doors More too Due; &le,
A PURELY VEGI4TIATILF. TONIC.
INVlGOltA'ftlla 4 Ift7JI3IOI'6IIIDIG,
) crtillta IN) Byrom 001614 tie soil fade of aoirb.io
- . .
Will cats .
Will mum i rser tiL asta. .
ROI OUZO Geseral lalotiltr. ... . .
Will erase lissaltana. • • • .
W ill gars Raidaeha
W Mars User Oompbtint. •
Will 'oxen* and alaW a loan -
W iorigOrdt• itto organs of and auxisrals
Tatas tag lorpostin °NM tad, gad Qs Wes o
ation„ acting in bat as a metal ootrotaraat at tt,
system, containing co poisonous drop, sad is
Tag FIRST TOKIO BrITIREIIIg - TBZ WORLD.
A Sir Wel ie . niluely eliUsleed.
ago. a. Inman a CO.; Prairtisson.
liedeee t . .
Central ',spot. Ametlean lapin lielldies a* HUD
BON BT., NE'W YORK.
/or isle sr ell Druggists. Groosed. ha.
ar WHIM 14 sampunr, &1., inismiwip a yses.
sad rot sale by Hall t Werbikearter (liner Int
bins k Boeth.
GEORGE DEMERIT & CO.,
303 Broadway, New York,
(CORM MUNI 111111111?,)
100,000 Watches, Chains, Geld Pew
TO BB SOLD AT ONE DOLLAR EACH, WTVIOUT
BBOARD TO VALUE,
And not to bepaid until you know what you will
SPLENDID LIST OF ; ARTICLES,
All to be sold for ON DOLLAR each I
100 Gold Hooting Cease Watches, each $lOOO9
190 Gehl Walsh's 411140
200 Ladles' Watches ......... .... . 66319
600 Silver Watchas.. ...". ' 11 ' 40 'Ca $26.09
000 Gold Neck and fest Clutha 1206 to WOO
1000 Chatelain and Guard Cholas. 6.00 to 16.09
3000 Vest and Neck Chatna. 4.00 to 12.00
4000 Solitaire .Ist and Gold /kowtw.. 6.00 to 640
Jet, , La fro l s4 Ganiet, ins., Brooches,— LOG to 840
7000 Gol he., Bar Drops 800 to 1.60
6000 Gaits' and Swan= 3.00 to 8.09
MOO Ovol Band Bracelets IWO to 800
2000 Chased Bracelets . 190 to 10.09
UM California Diamond Pins and lisp.. 200 to 11.00
. , . Gold Match Keys. .. ... .. ..
..... 2.50 to 6.00
', .. Solitaire Sleeve /Sultana ind - Staub— 2.00 to 6.00
3000 Gold Thimbles 4.00 to 0.09
6003 initiator* Lockets 2.00 to TOO
3000 Miniature Looks ts .
Magic. . ..... 4.00 to 199
2600 Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, ilic., 200 to 849
3000 Fob acd Ribbon Slides. LOO to $OO
6000 Chased Gold Rings. 200 to 1.00
4000 Stone Set Bingo—
..... . . -.. LAO to LW
6600 Sets Ladies" Jewelr y —Jet and Go ld.. 6.00 to MN
MOO Sets Ladles' Jewelry—varied styles.. 8.06 to 14.011
8000 Gold Pens,Bilnir Case and resell._ 4.00 to 8.00
4000 Gold. Pens, Mammy Holder and Cans— 6.06 to 10.00
6009 Gold Pena, Roasted 801der..—...... 200 to OA
all the goods in the above List will be so) without
reservation. for ONE DOLLAR EACH. O el
all the various articles are placed in Mahar envelope.
sealed and mixed. These envelopes will be sent by mail
or delivered at our Wpm without regard to choke. Oa
receiving a Certificate. you will me what utak tnprs.
sent; and it is optional with you to send one dollar and
moire the article named. or any other in the Rut alike
By tide mode vs give emotions from a sorted stook of
fine goods, of the best make and latest styirs, and of In
trinsic north, at a nominal pried, while all hare a shames
at securing articles of the very highest value.
In all trainee/dons by marl we charge for fervardiag
the Certificate, peying postage, sad doing the Inuriaam.
26 cants each. raps cert‘dcares nit basalt In $1;
valor 112; 711irtyfor $5; Sizty for $10; emf Rsa
We 'braid supply year wants; oer batlilt's are unser
paand; oar work of unrivalled inzelleneet our ennobles
punctually observed. Our central location beings us mar
the most remote point,. Our goods are new hem the
manufacturers, and of the latest and most deldrelde styles.
The goodeanst be sold, and the farms are
all articles ordered are forwarded by rstura.
Ws guarantee ntire satisfaction in every Lustanos,
and tf them 'herald be person dlaesUilled with aay
article they may receive , hey will immediately rehire
It and the pri will be Wended.
aosorre.—We allow thaw acting as agents ten cents on
each Oartlicate ordered, pi ovieltd their reasatase•
amount to one dollar.
They will celled 26 orate far sew Certificate, sad re-
WW2, 10 ousts, remit to o• 16 mats for seek.
Address, 431L0. DlOllllll7 y,
otr2-11ce. 110111firokiway, Iles Tort.
Q TODD MULLET,
O. (Late of the D. g. Treasury D.partmept and
Pearuylvania Conunladoaer for Soldlem W tosi
D. C,) General Ohara Agent withßetgastin Gra_at,
Attorney at Law, Wayne Block, &IA Pa, =him
Naval and Civil claims eolleetod with Adslitzs ao4 Ma•
patch. Pensions obtained and °allotted. A
.ssit ra.m.r4/7 a tamda4 iss Mr. P. having=r
eras years' experience in the details or the surto.. Da
partosents, feels coalidetat he can re114111,111101411114/111114010
aid la prosecuting all kinds of Government claim.
Crawford, Christian & pith,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Dried and Sealed Fruits,
PAINTS & OILS,
Ship Chandlery, Boat Stores, ft, w, C . .. ?
If0:7 BRATTI" 8 BLOCK. PARK ILGA,
Mao, Public Dock, Foot of State Streets
WM. A. CRAWFORD. Z. F. GA.--;
jasaF66-41 J. BYROM ROTS.
E. H. ANTHONY tic
Manufacturers of Photographic Materials,
WHOLF.SALI,ANO ULM. , i
601 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
la addition to oar male badman of PHOTOGALPiIIO
MATLILIALS, rro are Beadquartara for tho follopiag,
Stereoscopes and Stereoscopic Views.
Of these we nave an immense aleartsue4, lacludiog
War Scenes, American sad foreign Cities. sad Lail
nape., Groupe, Statuary, to, its. Also, Retelling
Stereeseopes, for public or private exhibitioa. Oar cat
alogue will be sent to au address on receipt of strap.
We were the ant to introdiee thou Into OW United
din* and we numaufacture immense quantities la great
variety, ranging In prise from ISO cents to $lO Mob. Oar
Album have the repatatioa of being superior In beauty
and durability to all others. They will be seat by mil,
fros, on reset_ yt ofyriee.
rir Floe Album nude to order.,, 13
Card Photographs. ' •
Our catalogue embraces our fire thousand dlitere
subjects, (to which additions are continually hiln;
model of portraits of eminent Americans, ha, via. about
100 Major Gene els, • 360 Statuses,
100 Brig. Generals, 180 nes,
$l4 Colonels, 12A Authors,
500 Lieutenant Colonel', 40 Artists,
ISO Other officers, I 125 !tag%
15 Nary officers, - 150 Prominent Weans.
100 Prominent rondo Portrait..
Three thonaand oopiu of work, of art, 'salad's; re•
productb rug of the most celebrated engravincd, }stag
gs, Status, hc. Catalogue seat oareesipt of stamp.
An order for one dozen pictures from our catakigne
be filled on the receipt of $1 80, and sent by mall, free.
Phoographers a- d others •ordeting goods O. 0 D..
will ;elan remit UP esty-five her cent. of the manual
with their enter.
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
Mansinctarers cf Pluto rripkie .kgatriata.
501 lifto ADW AY, N. Y.
rir The prison and quality of oar goods- cannot fail
to satisfy. tsbil•das
Atlantic & Great Western liallread,
NRW BROAD GOAD!.
Famenger, Freight, Nan, Express and Tele
Connecting at Babunanes, R. Ir.. with the Brit Rail.
way, !Orme • continuous tibt foot Track _(roc N. Tort
to Almon or Clint/Ad. 'Oa sad after
MONDAY, NoVEMBDR • 16, 1803,
Through Paean ger and Freight ?rain will be ran teen
tarty between CLEVRLAND AND NSW YORK.
NEW AND IMPORTANT PASSENGER ROUT,
MOM I.lllooCli 1- ,
Peasenim by this Line hue choler el rive dipti
Ronan between New York and Roeton. 7WROUGit
MUTT can be obtained at any of the 011 em of the
Eris Railway and all rater. 011iese of emsneedng Linea
West or Southwest; also, at the Central West OSee ,
coder the Weddell ßoush Cleveland„ Ohio.
Ask far Tlchetp via. the
A. At (1. W. AND ERIS RAILWAYS.
pump: Tralmrstop at Meadville thirty atinnteA Liv
ia, pimento's 1111 1 1, •Ull• to dia. th e try . .. EOllBll,. thi beet Railway Hotel ia country.
NEW AND EXPipl77OOB FREIGET LINZ, ALL
oo or 11.11 L
mental Freight between New York sad At.
Merchant, in the West aed Southwest will end It to
their adviustage to order their goods to be torwasted vlee
the Erie and Atlantis a< Gnat Vattern Railway% than
raving trouble sadism's*.
KATZ* OF FREIGHT AR LOW AS AMY
OTHER ALL RAIL ROUTE.
Especial attention will he given to the speedy treepor
talon of Freight of all kinds, East or West.
The Famines, Cars and other eqaipments atlas Cies
pony se entirely smand of the moat Improved modem
The only direct mote to thi
MONDERZUL OIL REGIONS or PRIFIfMYLVANIA,
Via. Meadville er Corry.
From Learvibiburgh, the Ilahonhe Breath ma to
Youngstown and the Coal bilees.
This Road is Wag extended, and win soon WA eon.
pletirunniug order to Gallon. Crimea. Daytee mad CU
,thioeti, without break of vase.
.1. FARNSWORTH. Goan Irreight Agar,
T. R. GOODMAN, Gael Titbit Amt.
D. F. SWALIMAIR, Ses•l Rapt.
WE Alia OFFERING
D/1 1 := 8,26.1 , Giatt:a 143"4. %1 • ,..
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