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ric it cchig Oborrer.
PA., JULY :2.0, 1865._
find in the
u paper put
, letitliy and 'tit
of the extravagant course
.rove loltes in this State, an
„. v eil we 4h ill endeavor to print
file article shows plainly that
ei vases of Goverament were
p at as enormous and startling
~t e of vad citizens were alarmed
4 r.0v.:1 of the National and State
of the Legislature, the
rw eple of the Commonwealth
It;re•ti, instead of practicing
were more liberal in
,114 and careless in their leg
rinJ a shocking state—
tDo true. The fol
r1:—.111_ f..)0l the Record's article
~,I • —TI.O constitution (Art. 1,
Le,:i.litor from accept
luring. his term. For
- r „,t,r. of Harrisburg were
of opening the 5e5..,,„
..,,„ irch prayer. Last year,
and proposed the ap
" • I; lon This year, Mr. Hill,
, ; 1, 0 House, was di.qinctly
But, to fend off the
rr cf constitution, the
hi n.i.300 for t• extra ser
e, l , , p,tiz the devil around
cili;l , 4 him ° extra service"
• Chn!atn the House," as they
mil ,. h i I‘ . their act. Ten day.
g.p.n he wt.; elected, and he did
Suppesing him to have
.I, ( ...pofi:ng of forty sessions, he
;, , retch prayer of two or three
;kr But to Rev. John W.
t•trforme I the duties of chaplain
.!e ! Neel' of Mr. Pershing at the
:,e4r, in Camp Curtin. the
tersh Legi.tlature granted s6oo—
by for the entire compen
„F A . 'a a on I nurse, waiting on the
.;:11 and d,y, summer and winter
, h , r e ,•.ml•er," already .receiving
; r !iffy one or eighty one
t') , y $3OO extra, or about
I.re !..r pricing:Now, if those
;n2 niNnberg better men.
ice 1 - .een well bestowed.
t 1i.;1.re , -ion' is that:no II of
• •f r rho public, or more for
n 'll,l of ISt,5.
a• a tu,nute for praying" is
g. It beica oil specu_
in! nost a good as a
, • s ..' i Ct mind tlking the
.r 7 :ll,' State L:glblaturc
,r round. No wo
K ,, • . wl•li,hia experience
i not decline a re
-71 rnen would—espe
7-1, whose salaries
I. • cl r:
. H a a Bober, indus ,
,;.Y2: i Ira if he had work all
-11 to learn that, not.-
1.n, - ; :11 •e pr ,ti:able prayers, the
I r hive degenerated
~j. h i ,. on consideration, the
r „• , Irpriie.d. The members
:L taking all the time the pray
ich u ti good thing the Chap
eot of the operation, and
• c -e attention to the spiritual
from his lips.
though, is it not a sham
Huirels of thousands' of our
w, , aring out their existence.
at the beggarly sum of
Irene the public debt was daily
I the national taxation
like this should have occur-
a)t. as a partizan, but as one
rite sentirunats of the entire
n we say that the wisest measure
%.I,pt will he to return thiit $3OO
Tre-ury, as soon as mails and
—Mrs. M. It: Warren having de
c'eee her Millinery est;lblish•
Ole goods for sale at cost, and will
re.— The partnership between
in the Edinboro stage line has
eel. The accounts are in the
. Colt, at. Fdinhoro.—The fol—
he officers of the Ladies' Aid Society
ing quarter: President, Miss Kate
iee President, Miss Helen Ball ;
Liss Eliza Clark ; Treasurer, Mrs
doses Barnett offers for sale
i) acres, in Fairview township.
a half from Swan' station.—
I:ion far the incorporation of the
tr..Ll Ground of North East town
grry.td by the court.—Dr.
6Ler;cc., dentist, has located in
11'.,ck —The highest market price
1 ix w )J1 by K. S. Hunter, of this
ire el;i ,r of the Gazette, like most
,vr..1,,11 with original" COED
t) his correspondents
w.)rk of numbering the
be completed. Mr. W.
, r . .1-•b?..nl:.plinted to the duty of
who first undertook
coy in a " miff."
I%'y Association hel
\ r E durin4 the early par
fr t:u the fact that th! pro
trere :t• trui.he 1 to the Gazette.
vi pipers are desired
!re-ume they contain
w:•i,e.l that Demnrats
Xll --1.:c; . Thomas serves
Cr. Chauncy Robins
1 .1. )!,? I crleavor to get the
11:1, :a ttrimonial noose
14 —.ca 1:1 unpleaiant partner
itto to his wife, Abi
-- 1?f.‘.1 Br wn will sell at public
7th of August, at 2
n M tl,r
I:ff-rnt properties, the
• of whist' are not given
io,r;:i:mt T•+c canditions of sale
• :-..,•Ley I R:1 imtnediataly after
trY.• , t-ut: (ff, it drill be put up
•:!.1 ml I r•ri;ln.al purchaser
'*•n; are =et d)wn for trill
: on the first Mond►),
e: s', T) fr:ei; ; Wilkinson, et n
1./w vs It iwle ,k Tennant ; Ke
1.1.2n,):1 Mae in.
C —T he frllowing ap—
't'n.m•tera to the Methodist Epi4.
thil District are announced :
L Pre , i ling Eider; Erie, let
k I,h n , Sitnpeon, J. 11. Tang;
T L . La n ; Green, J. K. Men-
N 1:11.1, A. J. Merchant; WA•
Millville, C. L. Beton
W. Jones ; Edinboro, S.
F , irvitw, A. Hall ; Girard, W.
UL:' , n. id L. Mead ; Wattsburg
'„. W ‘l J Allen; Kingsville,
nne i it, J. Robinson; Spring-
I•ri • A '„ n. A. Burgess:
• J. 0 Fisher. J
i ., l“.r.nuary, left without an cp
-A - ,wn request.
c ‘• 0 -borne goon to Akron, Ohio
"•'t•re'k Te:Lehers will hold their ner
:e at Eagle 'Village Schoolhouse, Sat
July 2 4 th, at 9 o'clock ei. m.
Did any of our roader3 ever heir of an oil
well being put d3w3 thlt didu't hive a first
Ou: of Cm b , t3iu , :s4 uv2a of Jamestown, N.
Y : sus the Demerol, pays au iacauatt tax or,
;0 000 for 1864, out of a'straight-foraaril
Tile time of holding the Annual Fair of the
As!_tabula county Agricultural Society for
1865, hoe been changed to September 25th,
27th and 28th.
Tho Dispatch urges the nomination of Col.
McCreary as the opposition canditla'e for
Legislature. As that gentleman has the sup.
pert of bath the papers of his party in this
city, we look upon his nomination as almost
Some nopleasaat matters in connection with
he present management of the U. S. steamer
tichigan are repeal to us. As we do not
like to criticise without goof foundation, wo
shall be tirsukful if some oao fully acqusiated
with the facts will furnish them to us.
The Venango Spectator says John M. Lane,
a member of the 16th cavalry, who lost a leg
in t.be servie3, was a candidate for Treasurer
before the Abolition primary elections in that
county, and was defeated by a civilian. When
it is /Traci:abaci that this party is continually
harping about the poor soldiers, the defeat of
Gauls a fitting comment on its hypocrisy.
The wages of the brakemea and oilmen on
the Erie railway have been reduced from
$2 00 to $1 75 per diem. This regulation
took place June 15th. We hear it is in con.
templation to reduce the wages of all em..
ployees oa the rold, ten per cent. in a short
time. A general reduction of wages is being
made on all the railroads in the country.
An exchange gives the following sensible
" Stick to your home paper. No matter if
you are poor, remember none are so poor as
the ignorant. exc- , pt it ba the depraved, sad
they too often go together Keep your home
piper. Remember, that, if it is not so large
and imposing as some, it is the advertiser of
yo it neighborhool and daily business, and
tells you what is going on around you instead
af a thousand miles awty."
The Keystone Ilarmonists, last week, elect•
el the editor of the 01:19ERVILIt, in connection
- with Rev. J. 11. Tazg, 13. F. 11. Lynn, ani J.
P. Graham, Ejg3., an honorary member of
their association. We accept the compliment
in the spirit in which it Wa3 intended, but
cannot help feeling that, considering our
total ignorance of the first elements of music,
it 13 113 less a joke than hono;. The Ilarmo
ni9t9, however, are a body of gentlemen with
whom it is a pleasure t 3 be associated, and
we expect to realize a groat deal of enjoyment
from our connection with them.
The daily Dispatch furnishes Ili the fallow—
ing paragraph. Were it not fur the unim•
peachable character for yer tcity sustained by
oar rung friend, the local of that paper, we
would confess to some slight hesitation in
believing that any person tri green was in ex
istence about this part of the coaatry ;
The other day, an intelligent appearing
wothan stepped into the railroad telegraph
office here, and taking out a five dollar green
back, asked the operator to sond it to her son
to Wisconsin. She explained that her son
had written her for money, and she was anx •
in us to have some reach him at once. When
Informed that it was not possible to transmit
the bill by telegraph, she was quite disap—
pointed, and left, evidently thinking telegraph
lines were a huMbug."
We have schlOm attended an exhibition
which we enjoyed so much as the entertain •
meat given on Thursday evening of last week,
in Farrar Hall, by the pupils of the East
Ward schools. It was the best of the sort we
have ever seen, and ro.ficots very much credit
on the " organizing" talent of Mr. Folger,
the Principal. Every part was performed in
a highly successful manner, but the render—
ing of Little Workers " and " Johnny
Schmoker " was perhaps the most generally
pleasing, and brought down unbounded indik
cations of gratification on the part of the au-
dience. The attendance was remarkably
largo,-.and we have not sewn one who was
present that did not express delight at the
successful manner in which the entertainment
was conducted. Just before its close, the
scholars surprised Mr. Folger_with a present
of an elegant Bible—a token of affection and
approval that we jud,Te him to be every way
We have thought it somewhat strange that
Senator Lowry has not up to this time given
any public announcement of his position rela•
Live to Andrew Johnson's administration. The
Senator is not, ordinarily, very backward in
ventilating his opinions, and sometimes speaks
them out in a way that alarms his friends a
great deal more than his enemies. In rum,
aging over an old file of the Congressional
Globe, however, we came across a speech of
Nlr. Johnson, then a member of the United
States Senate, which may possibly account
for Senator Lowry's heretofore unaccountable
silence. It was delivered on the 10th of De
comber, 1859. One extract from it reads as
1" John Brown stands before the country a
rilarer. The, enormity, the extraordinary
ferociousness of the father set the son mad.
the bloat( of these murdered men—not unlike
that of the sacrificed Abel—cried even from
the tongueless caverns of the earth to him for
pity, and to Heaven for justice, but his iron
heart, not soul, refused to yield; but Heaven,
in the process of time, has meted out to him
justice un the gallows. Justice divine to pun
ish sin moves slow—the slower the pace the
surer is its blow. It will overtake us if living
—it will overtake us if deed. Justice has
overtaken its victim, and he has gone t) eter
nity with crimsenel hands, with blocd upon
his head. * * * What i 9 it, I ask the
country, I ask the Senate, if it is not stealing,
robbery, highway robbery' And yet these
things are thrown out, primps not intended,
but they operate as an apology and excuse in
the minds of many for the infamy, the mur
ders, the thieving, the treacherous conduct of
this old man Brown, wno wts nothing more
than a minister, a robber, a thief, sad a
When Mr. Lowry's warm admiration of
John Brown is remembered, it is not surpris•
log that he should hesitate a long time before
giving an outspoken support to President
Johnson.. How could he, with any sease of
self•respeot, become a very devoted !Wolfer
of the man who called his favorite elicit a
" Fail ? in the lexicon of Youth
Which Fate reserves to a bright Manhood
There's no such word as FAIL !" ~..
And in the history cif - Dyspeptic Man there
need be no gloomy future full of hypoohon•
driacal fears, for one draught of the wonder
ful appetizer and healer, Plantation Bitters, -
will scatter the dark clouds of Despondency'
and bid Hope "tell her tittering tale " again.
For Heartburn, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heav
iness, Langour, Headache and Low Spirits,
this is the only remedy. if you are suffering
with Dyspepsia or any of its attendant evils,
use Plantation Bittars, and you will find there
is " no such a word as fail."
' The Paintings representing all the in
cidents connected with the assassination of
the President, advertised to be exhibited in
Farrar Bail, are represented to us as posses
ing unusnal merit. Large audiences will un
doubtedly attend them in this city.
An old man in Boston, on Tuesday,
shot a bey who threw some fire•erackers
at him. The boy died in a few hours.
Tiro relatives-of Admiral Dupont con
tradict the report that he left his prize
money—which they ‘3:ty . does not exceed
sso,tloo—to found an usylum for the or
phans of soldiers and sailors.
Mrs. Trehune, the wife of a respectable
mechanic at Chicago, on Tueaday attacked
Miss Amelia Frasted with a knife, injur
ing her so severely that life is despaired
of. Cause, jealousy.
An extensive fraud has just been dis
covered in the Cook county. 111., bonds,
$20,000 worth of bogus scrip having been
negotiated. Six banks were victimized
by the forgers.
The sales of papers for the year 1864,
by the four English daily and weekly
newspaper 'establishments, of Cincinnati,
were returned as follows :
Gazette 236,000 '
Times ' 84,000
A school-teacher named Munson, of
Basymanyille, C. W., while out riding,
called at the house of one James Kerr. at
Orono, and invited him to accompany her.
When about two miles from Bowmanville,
at 2 a. no. yesterday, Mies Munson shot
Kerr with a revolver, mortally wounding
him. She has been placed under arrest.
No reason is assigned for the act.
Stephen Hiss a worthy citizen, was ac
cidently shot dead in Baltimore on Tues
day, by a policeman who shot a mad dog.
The ball pa.sed through the dog and then
through Hiss, three hundred feet off,
The Washington Chronicle denies the
published statement that Secretary Stan
ton intends to give up his portfolio so soon
as the President can find a successor.
Tue expenditures of the Government
during the past year amount to the enor
mous sum of $1,200,000,000, or over $3,-
500,C00 per day.
The Washington Chronicle brands as ri
diculously ft.'s° the statement that Secre
tary Seward has placed his resignation at
the disposal of the President.
At Belfast, Maine, last week, Mrs Grace
Whiff, wife of Job White, went into her
husband's mill, and passing near an up
right, revolving shaft, her dress caught in
the coupling, and she was instantly drawn
around it and her body shockingly man
glut. -Her head was p literally torn from
In New Haven, C.inn., on Friday night
last, an estimable young lady nemed
Green. moving in the best circles, was set
upon in the street and brutally outraged
by ten ruffians. She will probably die of
her injuries, and has become Insane from
agonies of mind.
In Pennsylvania, Indians, lowa and
Kansas,, the crops of wheat, oats and corn
are " perfectly enormous." Harvesting
is going on successfully.
A child named Alice Burns, who at
tended a pic-nic near Boston, on the 13th,
was seduced away from her young com
panions, and brutally ravished by three
ruffians, aged from seventeen to twenty
two years, named hichard O'Baine, Ro
bert Lambert and John McGuerny. The
scoundrels have been arrested and it is to
be hoped will be severely punished.
Alice, after the perpetration of the horri
ble deed, was discovered by her friends
in a perfectly insensible state. •
.7,,Axas will come out of this war nearly
doubled in• wealth. The rebel currency
has not been current for a long time in
the State and all kinds and descriptions
of goods are positively as cheap as they
are in New York ; as, for instance, star
candles sell at from eighteen to twenty
cents ; Coat's spool-thread at sixty cents
per dozen ; Congress gsiters at from $2
to $2 50 per pair ; bleached cotton from
eleven to fourteen cents ; gray cloth, best,
at from ninety-six cents to $1 10 per
Yard, and other things in proportion.
The St. Louis Republican says that Mat.
McConnell, a sprightly young officer, who
at one time officiated as Provost Marshal
in that city, has eloped with and married
a daughter of Gov. Curtin, of Pennsylva
nia. The Major, while here, was decidedly
a ladies' man, and just the boy to carry
off a boarding-school girl with a rich old
A correspondent of the Richmond
public, who has just returned from a tour
in Southern Virginia, writes ;
Except just around Barkesville there
are no visible traces of war ; the crops are
good ; there has not been such an oat
crop for many years, and the corn promi
ses well ; the people are quiet and indus
trious. The returned soldiers are going
manfully to work, facing existing difficul
ties like good and brave men. The ser
vants are, as a general thing, well behaved
and at work.
The Richmond Times gives the follow
ing acciunt of the punishment inflicted
upon Ned Scott, a negro, who had been
guilty of insulting some gentlemen in
Richmond, and of cutting and stabbing
two United States soldiers, belonging to
the provost guard :
" The negro's name was Ned Scott, who
had previously insulted two gentlemen,
and was pursued by Allen and Clarke,
belonging to Col. Krautzer's guard, sta
tioned on the corner of 24th and Main
streets. Being overtaken, the fellow drew
his' knife and by the vigorous use of it in
flicted such wounds on his pursuers as to
prevent his capture. About half-past
eight o'clock,ion Tuesday night, however,
he was captured by Clarke, who had been
constantly on the lookout for him, nearly
opposite the military rendezvous and com
mitted to Libby prison—where he re
mained until this mornicg, when he was
taken to Col. Krautzer. There being no
doubt as to the identity of the fellow,
Colonel K. passed sentenca that he should
be bucked and paddled for an hour by a
posse of neiroes, and then placarded
with " I stabbed %two of the Provost
Guard," and marched about the streets
for a specified time, preceded by a drum
and' fife playing the " Rogue's March,"
with a file of soldiers on each, side at a
charge bayonets, after which he was to be
taken back to the Provost Maishal's
office, placed in a coffin s from which a
piece large enou4h for his face to show
was cut, and after being - securely nailed
up to be taken outside of the building
and propped up, where, with his face
whitened with flour, he should remain a
couple of holm before being turned loose,
,which sentence was faithfully per
formed. We witnessed the execution of
the last clause of the sentence, and can
truly say that we never saw a more ludic
rous or amusing• scene. With all the
gravity which would accompany the pre
liminaries for burying a man alive, he
was placed in the coffin by a few soldiers,
his hands folded across his breast, his
face whitened with flour, then the lid
pressed over him and nailed down, after
which he was interrogated as to his desire,
for the services of a minister. At this
juncture the fellow commenced begging
to be spared death ; but meeting with
prompt refusal, he apparently resigned
himself to his fate, and solicited the at
tendance of the pastor of the Third Bap
tist church, to Which he said he belonged.
The proceedings were carried to the ex
tent of ordering a guard to go for a preach
er, (who of course did not go) ; whereupon
the coffin, containing the hero of the oc
casion, was, taken into the street and set
up against the building, where he remain
ed for two •hours, during which he was
surrounded by hundreds of persons, who
enjoyed the spectacle hugely."
Srnazzrr—ln Erie, on the evening of the 8d
init., of paralysis, ?der', wife of It. T.
Sterrett, Esq., aged 75 years.
DAY—PAIMATIR—in Franklin iownegip, on
the 29,11 ult., by Rev. Strphin 157ashburn,
Mr. Charles Day to Miss Lidia A. Par
tooter, all of Franklin.
ALLus—Buutmrtau—On the Isth illUt• • by
Rev. J. W. Dizitry, Mr. G. A.llllen, of Vers.
one.° ,Pa, to Miss P. Aj Unchristian',
E[oUse AND LOT BIM MILD. The minuet
sot awl desirable resicLeeca now osupieli by 0. A.
Leaden, on Eighth street. between POlti and Sloth will
be sold low for cub. Posseesias irlOn Ist of April
neat. The Let is 32% by SVC 1124 th 4 Rouse is well
built and In excellent repsir.
AHORSE VOR SALE OR EXCEIANO K. —A
Grit rate farm or Tenn Elms, noted and kind. 7
yeart old, for sale ; or will b• exthargred fora good
faintly or baggy hone.
Enquire at Ulla *Moo
R lIALL, ERIE, PA.
F AM •U
FRIDAY, SATURDAY. MONDAY. TUESDAY and
JULY 21it, 22d, 24th. 2411 and 26th, 1666.
THE MARTYR PRESIDENT:
A Glowing and Beautiful Portraiture of an the start
line /CM:1101 and picturesque pageant in the Mournful
National Tragedy, from the second Inauguration of
ABRA,I4II LINCOLN as Sixteenth President of th•
United States, to his final burial at Springfield, iilrunt■,
including the aeasseication at the Theater. Itooth's
Plight. The Felon's Fate, and the Unparalleled Fun
eral !Larch frog" the White House to the Patriot's One*.
The propriebire, conscious of the pub le desire to ob
tain • thorough knowledge of all the scene" and facta
eannected with the late NATIONAL CALAMITY, which
robed the land in mourning. promotlj enraged. at a
vast expense, no less than twelve competent artist* to
employ their whole time and genius in the Droduetion
of thl, extraordinary eerie" of Pictures, for the tidelsty
of which they confidently vouch.
RUF U 3 8011E1111Y, the silted ElocoUnni.t, will
deliver a lecture at each exhibition, descriptive of the
various deeply exciting scenes.
ri- Tickets 2.5 recta. A limited number of reserved
mete ma- he obtalood at 50 cent+ each.
Doors open at V,: o'clock, to Commence at $) Yrs
A D 3 IINISTRATORPA NOTlCE.—Lettere of Ad
ministration on ,the estate of Frederick Struchen,
deceased. late of Girard townehlp, Xrie county. P 4
having been granted to the tinderstgDed, notice is hereby
1„1.1,13 to all indebted to the same to nick, lamed ate
payment, and those having claims against the said es
tate, will present them, properly authenticated, far rat
meat. JOHN BTRUCIIEN.
Girard; July 40, 1/365-6w.
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night or day.• -- "M'AKLEY BROS., Proprietors.
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'tights-three Premiums Awards, to these Prepare,
twos sloes 11.54.
Dr. Nick, and Carter & Carver, Erie. Wholord° end
Retail Agents for Erie county ; R. T. Sellers k Co.,
Plttsbarg ; John Henderson k Bro , Pittsburg, sad Ben
ton & Bro C'eveland, Wholesale Jobbers.
R. S. MORRISON & SONS
Beg lure to inform the citizen' of iris and vicinity
that they hare removed their stock of
To the REESE BLOCK, in the building formerly occu
pied by Means. HATES k KEPLER, where they
- intend keeping a large easortment of
Dress Goods, Fancy Silks )
GLOVES, HOISERY, &c.
Returning thanks to our customers for their put
liberal patronage, we respectfully uk a continuanse of
the same. Eris, Jan. 1,1865.
NEW BOOT AND SHOE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFUL
LT inform their friends and the public that they
tare opened the above business, on the east side of the
Diamond, next door to Ur. John Beebe's dry goods
store, where they offer for tale the best swotted stock
in the trade west of New York, 'sleeted from four dif
'rept manufactories and bought at
,ND WILL BE
Special Invitation given
TO THE LADIES.
Without tbetr patronage, Malmo would be blockaded.
NOONAN k BtralCK.
LETTERS TESTAMENTARY ON THE
/Wats of Catharine Hayharger, deceased, late of
North East township. Erie county, Pa , haring been
granted to the underalgurd, natio' hereby given to all
indebted to the raid estate to make Immediate settle•
mint, and those haring accounts 'gains, the same, will
present than, properly authenticated, for payment.
HENRY WOLF, Executor.
North East, /lane 29, 1965-410
11ANDNETIII'S PILLS—The Week, the Con.
eamptive, Rheumatic, Costive, Billions and Delicate,
after some days' no., wi.l End renewed strength and ithe
pervade every organ oft heir frames.
Beery doee makes the Wood parer. The nerves com
mence in the artrries and terminate in the veins. nem
Tolls, as a first effect, act upon the arterial blood, in
creasing the circulation. by which impurities are depos
ited In the veins and they throw off such collections
into the bowels, which organs, by the energy derived
from Brandreth's Pills, expel them from the system.
W hen drat used, tb • Pills may oemidon
.--'" 4 Ples, and even
make the patient feel worse. This is an excellent sign.
and shows the disease will soon be eared. No great vod
is often achieved without some trouble in its attainment
d i p this rule aplies tome recovery of health. Sold by
all dealers sedichlm
BELDEN & CO.,
27 Courtlartdt St., Now York.
00,0 ii) WATCII.6:4, CHAINS. GOLD
Peocail. Se., vertu "er a al Winn
DO/IVA! TO be ao'.l at Quo Dollar Each witooot rv,31%1
to value. Aad not to bo paid ter anti/ yon armor orbit
you ate to truly,.
SPLENDID LIST OF ARTICLES
All t.) be Sold Ira One Dollar rub.
300 Gents' gold Watches, :150 to $l5O
300 Ladies' gold Watches, 35 to 70
400 Gents' silver Watches, 36 to 70
200 Diamond Rings, 60 to 100
8,000 Gold Vest & Neck Ohains, 16 to 80
3,000 do. 4 to 6
3,000 Gold Oval Band Bracelets, - 4to 8
4,000 Chased Gold Bracelets, 6to 10
2,000 Chatalaine & guard chains, 6to 20
6,000 Solitaire & gold brooches, 4to 10
2,000 Lava & Florintine brooches, 4to 6
2,000 Ctrs!, Opal & Em. brooches, 4to 8
2,000 Ilcsiao, Jet.,_Lava St Floren,
tine Ear Drops, 4 to
4,500 Coral, opal & em. E. drops, 4to
4,000 Cal. Diamond breastpins, 2,60 to
3,000 Gold fob & vest watch keys, 44 to
4,000 Fob & vest ribbon slides, 8 to
4,000 SEtq sleeve buttons, etc., 3 to
3,000 Gold thimbles, pencils, eta., 4to
6,000 Miniature lockets, 5 to
4,000 Min lockets-magio spring, 3to
4.000 Gold toothpicks & crosses, 2to
5,000 Plain gold rings, 4 to
5,000 Chased gold rings, 4 to
7,000 Stone sot & signet rings 2,50 to
5,000 California diamond rings, 2to
7,500 Sets ladies' jewelry-jet
gold, 6 to
6,000 Sets ladies jewelry-cameo, •
pearl, etc., 4 to
5,000 Gold pens, silver extension.
holders Sr. pencils,
6,000 Gild pens & gold-mounted
holders, 3 to
6,000 Gold pens, & pen.holders, 6 to
6,000 Silver goblets & cups, 5 to
1,000 Silvetcastors, 15 to
2,000 Silver fruit & cake baskets; 10 to
1,000 Dozen silver tea spoons, 10 to
1,000 Do. table spoons & forks,
MANNER OF DISTRIBUTION.
Certificates, naming each article, and Its value, are
placed in Sealed Envelopes, and well mixed. One of
there envelopes, containing the Certificate er Order for
some Article, (worth at least one dollar at retail,) will
be sent by mail to any address without regard to choice,
on receipt of 2) cents. The purchaser will see what Ar
ticle it cinema, and its value, which may be from (foe to
Five Hundred Dollars, and can then send One DolLarand
receive the Article nimad, or any other on the let of
the same value, and atter seeing tho article, if it does
not giro port-c t eatisf talon, we desire it to be immedi—
ately returned and the amount paid wall be refunded.
By this mode we slve le:ectione from a varied stock of
fine good:, of the best make and latest styles and of in.
tr uric worth, at a nominal price, while all have &chance
of securing alleles of the very highest value.
In all case. we chal-gs for forwarding the Certificate,
postage and doing the business the sum of Twenty-five
Cents, whir i must be enclo.ed In , the order. Five Cer
tificates will be sent for $1 ; eleven for 12; thirty for $6;
sixty Gvr f it $10; one hundred fir 111.
Yarth•s tl,ling with us may depend on having prompt
returns, and the article drawn will be immediately sent
to any addr,s by return mail or express.
Ire •atiefactiou Guaranteed in all eases.
Write your Name, Town, County and State plainly,
and address SELDEN & CO.,
rns23 65 Gm 27 Conrtlandt street, New York.
W. W. PIERCE & CO.'S.
HYDE & WRIGHT'S PATENT
Horse Hoe, or - Cultivator Plow.
IS WAIRSINTZD TO BC
the most pnverfal agent
for th• Stqrolch and
Blood of Cattle, S•ine,
or Sheep, in prom•tiag
digestion, dewing the
system and trinsferring
the purified animal Bald
in flesh, fat, milk, butter
and strength. and estab—
lishing health and viva.
TIDE ABOVE INVALUABLE IIIPLE
-111/1v has always received the First Premium when
ever exhibited ; and all who have used it prououuce it
far soperlor to anything ohs of the kind. The fallow
ing are some of the advantages this Cultivator has ever
every oth4 • hid now la use:
Ist. Lightness and durabiiiiy ; being made of the best
quality of 'steel, highly pulished, and the whole imple
ment weighing from fifty to sixty pounds.
2d. Adaptation to nvire kinds of work than any other
Caltivater known ; being a perfect and thorpugh Cant-
Tatar When need with all the teeth on, leaving the
ground even and level, and working nearer the rows
than any ether Cultivator.
3i. By removing the small testb, and attaching the
wings to the shovel, it is the most petfeet Implement
for billing that can be found.
Ith. his the best Implement for coveting and digging
potatoes ever invented. A man and horse can cover po-
tatoes as fast as ho•ss can walk, and a man and team
can dig from three hundred to five hundred bushels o
potatoes in a day, when the crop is a biz one.
Uth it works a !natty well In corn, or any kind of crop
requiring cultivating, and in most cases hand hoeing
can be dispensed with. .
6th. Its cheapness, considering the many kinds of
work to which it can be applied ; the farmer having In
our implement all that is necesaary for cultivating and
billing any kind of crop, or covering ard digging poia
Numberless certificates from the most influential farm.
ars in the Hotted States might be given of the superiori
ty of the above Implement over all others designed for
CV a shall be pleased to receive a call from any one who
needs a Cultivator or Shovel Plow and explain to them
the mantle of the above Horse Hoe over all oth r Imple
ment• of the kind. We warrant th'■ Horse Hoe to work
an • Cultivator as well as ant- Cultivator made—as a
Shovel Plow as well a. any Shovel Plow—and as • Hone
Hoe a complete success, or refund the money if it does
not meet this warrantee.
We also keep en hand in connettion with our Hard
ware, Stoves, 'tinware and House Furnishing Goods, a
complete assortment of Sone Rakes, Nand Rakes,
Scythes, Swathes, Grain Cradles, Forks, Hoes, Shovels,
Spades, be.. Don't fall to give us a call.
W. W. PIERCE k CO..
Sole agents for Horse Hoe an Erie Co., Ps., and Astabola
Co., Ohio, Corner State and Bth its, Erie, Pa.
Ws. W. PIIRCR,
GEO. J. !Lanolin. c Erie, May 25,186.64 m
The following firm are one author's .d agents for the
male of Wright'. Horse Roe or Cultivator Plow :
O A. Heine k Co., Waterford; M. L Jk H. D. Selkregg,
North East; Gulliford, Hay & Co., Girard; .1. A. White,
Miles Grove ; A. Landsrath, Union ;
Webster & Blood.
Conneaut, Ohio; T. McGuire, Aahtahula, Ohio ; Talcott
& Hodge, Geneva, Ohio ; W. W. Pierce k. Co., Branch,
Corner of State Street and the Palk, Erie.
THE ABOVE WELL KNOWN HOUSE
has posed into the control of the Undersigned,
who are determined to 'pare no efforts that will tend to
make it a pleasant stopr nag place for the traveling pub
lic. A number of important improvements have &needy
been made, and others to be competed at an early pm lad
will render it one of the flout hotels in the country.
Especial care Is taken to tumid' the table with all the
seseonable article', served up in the moo' approved style,
and by socommodat mg waiters We took charge of the
Hotel with the resolution to make it such u the wants
of this section require, and feel confitlent'of meeting the
approbation of our guests. L 00111.3 & ROSS,
A. T Loon le,t Proprietors.
W. L. Roes. May 4 G.5-It
t 471 4 MANHOOD
How Lost ! How Restored,
JUST PUBLISHED a New Edition of
Da. Cra.veswit.ee Cat.cauarin Easel on the
radical cure (without medicine) of STMIXAToIUtEOI.I, or
Seminal Weaknene, Involuntary Seminal Lows, I'M-
Tueor, Mental and Phreical Incapacity, Impedimenta to
Marriage, etc. ; alto, Comirxrriox, ErttarilT and FITS,
Induced by self-indulgence or tteisuil extravagance.
re Price, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebtated author. In thin admirable essay, clearly
demonstrates, from a thirty yearn successful practice,
that the alarming conrequenees of self-abuse may be rad
ically cured without the dangerous use of internal med
icine or the application of the knife—pointing out a mode
of cure at once simple, certain and effectual, by me .ns of
which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may
be, can cure himself cheaply, privately and radically.
Irv- This Lecture should be in the hand' of every
youth and every man is the land.
• Sent under cull, in a plain envelope, to any address, on
the receipt of six cents, or two postage stamps. Address
the publishers, CHAS. .1. C. KLINE k
127 Bowery, New York,
mar3o7s-tt Poet Ofeee flay. UM.
THE SUBSCRIBER WHO HAS OCCU
rum the limula• Howe, just above the peimt, for
the peat four yaws, ham removed Into the .
CORNER or PEACH AND BUTPALO SUSHI'S,
Where he will try to accommodate nice as many guests.
and as well, uhe did to the old stand. He hopes that
the iatronage which was so liberally sateeded to him
then, will be ;Dreaded to him to his new quarters. His
stabling is attelcient to acoommodate alt taamstan who
may tenor him with their patronage.
5p.70131-tt JOHN BOYLE.
Spting and Summer Goods !
MRS. S. H. HALL
Would respectfully call attention to lwr
JARGE STOCK OF GOODS,'
Just reeel4d from New York, mobiseing
onnets, ; Hats, Ribbons, &c.,
Topther with some
Which she will seU
CHEAP FOR CASH, OR READY-PAY.
Er Putlealar attention paid to bleaching, eoleliai
P• Store oa hash Sty t dome above the Depot. Id%
A PURELY VEGETABLE TONIC
Futtdlr• ttr 2. tie= ...x.sou2t the , evil cffeels of unwb•lo
W 11l etre Dppepete.
W 111 cure N eakueu.
Will cure Gemini Debility
WU! cure Heartburn.
Will Guru Headache.
N Maitre Liva Complaint.
Wilt excite and create • healthy appetite.
Wllliartgorate the organs or digeatioo and moderate
ly Increase the tetopemture of the body and the torte o•
circulation, Leib gin fact u a stow al coreoborant of th'
system. containing no poisonous drags, and
THE BEST TONIC HITTERS IN THE WORLD
A fair trial is earnestly solicited.
GEO. O. GIMBEL k CO., Proprietors,
Eludsoa, N. T.
Central Depot, AlnaliCAll Express Building 55 BUD
SON ST.. NEW YORK.
For sale by all Druggists, Grocers,
nr k HOADLEY. Erie, Wholesale Atari.*
and for sale by Hall it Warfel, Carter & Carver and WU.
GEORGE DEMERIT & CO.,
303 Broadway, New York,
(CORNED. DITASID STREET')
100,000 Watches, Chains, Gold Pens,
PENCILS, &C., &C.,
WORTH• 8600,000! •
TO BY SOLD AT ONE DOLLtR EACH, WITHOUT
REG,OLD TO VALUE,
And not to be paid until you know tacit you will
SPLENDID LIST OF ARTICLES,
All to tio.sold for ONE DOLLAR tacit t
100 Gold Hunting Cuss Watches, each__..____ $lOO 00
100 Gold Watches 60.00
200 Ladies' Watches 3.5 00
600 811,er Watches $15.00 to $25 011
COO Gold Neck and Veit Chains 12.00 to 15 00
100.1 Chatelaln and Guard Chains 5.00 po 15.00
3000 Veet and Neck Chains 4.00 to 12 00
4000 Solitaire Jet and Gold Brooches._ , 3.00 to 8.03
4000 Coral, Lava, Garnet, dm, Brooches,.. 3.00 to 8.00
7000 Gold, Jet, Opal, he., Ear Drops 300 to 800
6000 Gents' Breast and Scarf Pins '3OO to 800
6000 Oval Band Bracelet, 860 to 800
2000 Chued Bracelets 5.00 to 10 00
8.500 California Diamond Pine and Biagi.. 2.60 to 800
..^l/00 Gold watch Keys 250 to 6.00
60,0 Solitaire Sleeve Ballow and Stade.. 2.00 to 8.00
3000 °old Thimbles. 4.00 to 600
6003 Miniature Lockets 200 to 700
8000 litniatute Lockets, Magic 400 to 0.00
2.00 Gold Tooth plea, Crones, 2.*.c , 2:0 to 600
3000 Fob a. d Biblon Slid. e 200 to 000
WOO Chafed Gold Icings 203 to 500
4000 Stone Set Rings 2.50 to r,tU
05(1) Sets Ladies' Jewelro—Jet and Gold.. 660 to 15 00
8003 Sete Ladies' Jewelry—vaned ,ty:es.. 0 010 to 15 0.1
8009 Gold Pena, Silver Cote and l'. 0ci1.... 400 to BGO
4000 Gold l'enP, Ebony Hohler nod Care.. 6.13 to 10 00
BOW Gold Pene„llounted 200 to 6.00
All the goo:c in :he above Lint will he sold, without
reeervation, cur OM: DOL L tit EACH. Cert.ficates of
ail the varioha ankle. are pieced in ximilar envelop.
sealed sad nined! These envelopes will to Fent by mail
or delivered at our othco without regard to choice.
receiving n Consent.. you will Kee what net cie it ri,pre
sante, and it is optional with on to crud one dollar and
receive the artic:e named, or nay other in the list °tale
fly this mode we give se:ectiona from c. variid siockmf
fine goods, of the best in.ike and latest stylm and of in
Wriste worth, at a nominal price ' while all Illicit change
of aectiringartielee of the very hign est ralue.
In all tranractiuce b!, rail ire charge fur forward.ng
the Certificate, rarinK poktace, and cluing th‘ bagmen/.
'25 cente'each. Five ceriOrates r:11 be sent' fee $1: Elee•
en'for $2: T.Strtyfor $:.; Sivy fur $0.); and One Hun
We abould supply your wants; our faciliates are unsur
passed; our work of unrivalled excellence; our promises
canctually,observed. On:central locat.on brings us near
the most remote points uur goods are new zrom the
manalsxtur era, and of ttie latest and most deeLrable styles.
The goods 'Rust be sold, and the terms are unequalled.—
All articles ordered are forwarded by return mail.
We guarantee • ntire satisfaction to every instance,
and it then, should be any person diszatistled with any
article they may receive, they will Immediately return
it and.the pri e will be reluuded.
Auxxes —We allow those acting as agent, tcntenta on
each Certificate ordered, provided their remittance
amount to one dollar.
They will collect 25 cents for every Certificate, and re
twining 10 cents, remit to us 15 cents for each.
Addrehs, IiEU. DEMERIT & CU•
mr2-3m. 103 Broadway, lew York.
Crawford, Christian & Ruth,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Dried and Sealed Fruits,
PAINTS & OILS,
Ship Chandlery, Boat Stores, &0,- ; C:-2.,
80. 7 BEATTY'S BL9Cd, PARE RC
Also, Public Dock, Foot of State
WY. A. CRAWFORD,
jAn2Bll5-tt .1. BYRON BOTH
BI VIRTUE, AND PURSUANCE OF
an order of Court to me directed, I will expose to
sale at public vendee or out-cry, at the Petro
House s Borough of Union. on the 4th day of August,
1865 all the right, title, interest, claim and demand of
James Grant, late of Union, .deceased, at and immedi
ately before hit decease in and to the following described
piece nr parcel of land, to wit : Situated, laying and
being In the township of Union, county of Erie, and
State of rennsylvania, bounded and described as follows,
to wit: On the west by land of Henry Aldrich, on the
north by land of Jasper King. on the south by land of
Nd.., Thompion, end .on the east by land of James
Harris. containing Fifty Acres of Land, be the same
more or less
Tzars's :—One-third in hand and the balance la three
equal annual paymelota, to be secured by judement bond
and mort ;age on the premises: Or at the option or the
purchaser, the purchase money n 217 all Le paid in hind.
.1. L. TITUS,
Union, Jane 29,186341 Adm'r of Janice Grant.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION ON
the Estate of Frederick Heisler, let, of the United
States Army, haring been granted to the undersigned,
notice is hereby given to all indebted to the eaid estate
to make immediate payment, and those having claims
spinet the same will present them, properly autbenti.
csted, for settlement. THADDEUS HRISLER,
je29'65 6w Administrator.
"VETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION ON
_LA the Estate of Artemua Severance, deceased, late of
Union township, Erie county, Pa., having been granted
to the undersigned, notice is
,herehy given to all in
debted to the raid estate to mike payment of their in
debtedness on or before the Ihth of August next, and
those havine Claims against the same will present them,
properly authenticated, for settlement.
Je29'65.6w W. 0. SEVERANCE, Adm'r.
P. 8.. HONECKER,
CARVER & HONECKER,
WHOLIIIILLX & RETAIL DiALKS. IX
Leather, Hides, &c.,
No. 3 Perry Block, State St., Erie,
constantly on hand a large stock of
SOLE LEATHER, MOROCCO, LININGS
FRENCH & AMERICAN CALF SKINS, SIPS,
UPPERS AND SPLITS, LASTS,
PEGS, LASTINGS, GALLOONS, &o.
, ALSO, A TCLL
ASSORTMENT OF SHOEMAKERS' TOOLS,
AD of which they oGer low for
c sti OR PB.OMPT PAY.
/fay was—tr. •
JACOB BOOTZ would respectfully an
flounce to the people of Erie tit : and county, tha
he has opened a
NEW GROCERY, STORE,
Qs'th• Wed Side of Pesch Street, Short Mobutu SoittA
of the Lois Shore Depot,
Wker• to will keep on hand al ►r • Amor tot
PROVISION 3, WOOD /ND WILLOW WARE," LOUR
And eaerytblag usually kept In a ant alas • on
Wine, Sweet Cider and Liquors.
The highest Market Price paid ?or Produce, ao au
t ir Give me a ea; if yon wi.h tr ware good bor.
gums. 1 PLalge myself to moll an Low,i 'not Lower, than
ace• other store to the city. mrIZINtf.
• New Clothing Store.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE OPEN
so a Clothing Store on the corner of Fourth and
State streets, where they •propose to keep always on
hand as godd au alsortment of Clothing as can be found
in the city, r.a/ilf in the best manner from th- best ma
terial, and so floiel.ed .as to afford sally/action t./ tt e
most critical co/ tomer. F..rticular attention will be
paid to Cesium Work, in which branch we propoee to
excel all other ettthlishmente in the city. We will al
ways keep I. fine stock of Cloths, Cusimeres, Vestioge,
he , from witch customers can select to the very best
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Of every deticription, comprising all articles in that line.
The Clothing of Boys will also be mule a speciality. Give
ass call. BASSERMAN & SAINEIDER.
Gso. BAJIZIRMAX, 4.1.3122 W. FICIMIDEZ.
Lots Cutter with M. Koch. je22'63-tf
• • • •
98 years established in N. Y. Cltl."
. 9olytufsilibls trmedles known."
"Frs. from Potions."
"nu:dangerous to the Human Family."
.Rats come out of th, Ir holes to die "
"Costar's "- Rat, Roach, &c., Exter's,
Is a paste--used !or Rata,
Mice, RoacAes, Black and
"Costar's" Bed-iiilg Exterminator.
•Is a Itniya or wash, used to
destroy, and &Noes a pre
ventive for Red-fluirs, &c.
"Costar's" Electric Powder for Insects,
Is for Moths, 3.flogiloes,
• "km, Bed• Ergo, /'seek on
Phila., Folds, Anintal4, Le.
rif Sold by all Drnwests and Retailers ever7wh-te.
re!!! 8zw.21:: I or all worthless imitations,
rjr • en that "COSTAR'S " name Is on each Box, Mottle,
and Flaah, bef,re ;01 I.IV. . -
HENRY R. COSTAR,
re- Piii7c:raa.DitroT. 412 BROADWAY. N. Y.
So:d ny all Druggists sw.l Dealers in Erie, I's.
INCREASE OF RATS.—The Forsarr's Gazette (En;.
lish) asserts and proves by figures that one pair of Tat.,
wi 1 hues progeu) an • dr,r:vndinta co lea' than Chilli!)
in three, }Date. Now, u Ale% this iromecre family eau t•e
kept down, they would en 'sums more food than act.ild
sustain 6.5,0(.0 human. tem gs.
Er See " Ccirrau s'• adverthement in this paper.
RATS VeT/US BIRDS.-17hocrer engages In shoot:og
small bards is a cruel man: whoever side In exterminat
ing rata to a Sena( intor. Wo should like some of our
correspondents to gibe us the tem fit of their expert. cc.
in driving nut these roots. We need something heaalee
doge, este, an I trapS for this business.— SCUAJIfie /nitre
tax, N. Y.
13r See " Cossales" ads,rtisesient in this parer
"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMICATOR le rltnphs, see
and cure—the most parf•ct RAT ideation meeting wo
have ever at'enled. Kerry Rat that ran get it, prop. Iy
preyartd according to direct:ont, will eat It, a,..d ever
one that eats It will die, generally at 133190 place as &s
-tunt an notedhle frein where the medicine was to
Lake Shore, Mirk, Mirror.
Or See " Conran's" advertisement in this paper.
ROL'S EKEEPER4 troubled with Terrain need be so no
looser, :1 they tat COnT•e " Elterreieletee. We bale
need to r ur an tiaLictiou ; ar,d if a box coati 16, Me
aced hr Te it. We have tried p..iscas,hut they eff ttett
lac" '•• - ant "Costar's" arte_iu kneads the breathe , ent
es "-• • 1' e, Roach. v, Ante, and Ped-Litie, qut,la'z
.••• ?on it It zreat demand all cr.< r
ccr..n'- - .7.-I , l.:d•ma, Oho, Gazelle
r7".25? "COSTA:t . :I" adv.:rtii,:xnent 117 CAA 1111.0 t.
A V.:.•:CF. i'dOM THE FAR WEST.—Spealang of • Cos.
Tan's" Rat, Roach, Ant., /cc., Exterminator—" a ri,
graln and proYbdona aro destroy ad annually In tax t
county by rennin than would pa• for too' of talk Fot
And In,ct Kdlrr."—Lonconcr, irts., /Jerold
See "Colrin's" eure•ti.ement to this pnpor
FARM: - IV; AND lI O U - W.IZEEPERS--ehould 14. -oi?ect
till: hundreds of d Ilsrs' worth of GUILD, fret I,
/V.O aro annuslly theiroy ed by Wits, Mt , e, Ants, 'ma
other in,rte and f which can hs pre,. at
by af. ir donuts' worth of •i Cusrit " Rat, Roach, AuL
3:c., Ester - min stor, ts tight and need fr ely.
rev "CU.TAFC`I" Adirert:Rtlnent In this paper.
Sold in Erie, Pa ,by all Druggist.; and Dealers. ,
E. H. ANTHONY & CO.,
lanufacturers of Photographic Materials,
501 BROADWAY, NEV YORK.
In addition to our main bulineee of PFTOTOGR /ORM
II411.1:1AL 4 , we are Headquarters for the following.
Stereoscopes and Stereoscopic Views.
Of these we ease so immense assortment, includ.ng
War Srenet, American and foreign Cities and Lana
rcapes, Groups, Statuary, &c, tsc. Also, Resolving
B , ereosc ,, pe4, (or public or pirate exhibitoon. Our cat•
alogue will be seat to any address on receipt of stamp.
We were the first to introduce these into the I.: tilted
State., and we manufacture tmmen•e quantities in great
variety, ranging in price from 50 cents to $5O each. Our
Albums have the reputation of being superior in beauty
and durability to a l l others. They will be sent by ma
free, on receipt of price.
rirFine Albums made to order._
Oar catalogue embraces over nee thousand difierb
subject., (to which additions are continua* being
made. of portrait/ cf eminent Amencana..k.c.,da. abuub
100 Major Gime cle, 550 Statesmen,
z,OJ Brig. Generals, 130 Divines,
E. F. CL.
g 7 i Colonels, 125 Authors,
gOO Lieutenant Colonels, 40 Artists,
150 Other oOloers, I 125 Stage
75 Nary otlizers, I 50 Prominenti Womt n
150 Prominent Forelot Portrait
Three thousand copies of sroralt of art, includ ng re.
prouuctb ns of the meet celebrated engraytn;s,.paint ~
Inge, Statues, Catalogue sent on receipt of stamp.
An order for one dozen pictures from our catalogue int!
ti filled on the receipt of 81 80. and sent by mail, free.
hoographers a^d others ordering goods C, LI
Bill pelsee remit tw may-tiro Jer cent. of the amount
with their order.
E. s H. T. ANTHONY S: CO., .1
.ilasoifacturers rf PAW orrapkie
131-10 AD NAY, N. if.
arThe prices and quality of our goods tans mil
to satisfy. fob') 6..0
CHANGE OF HOURS, COMMENCING
THCRiD 4.Y, DEC. 1, 1864.
Trains will leave Dunkirk at about the following howl,
Train N 0.14 9 40 • m
Train No 10 10 20 a. m
Tram No. 6 600 a. ni
Train N 0.4 4 15 F. m
The Accommodation rune every day
CHAS. MINOT. Gen'l ',tart
THE, CHEAPEST & BEST.
BUY EITHER THE EMPIRE OR
Tho nodontigned having been appointed agent in Rita
city for the above celebrated Itachlnes, respectfudy
calla the attention of the public to the mime.
lhey are , aekrowle,'ged to be the beet In nee and are
the cheapest in the math. t.
Each Machine has all the latest improvements, which
render them Inc superior to any other now Mid
Persons desiring to purchase ► Sewing Machine will
find it ofadvantage to call and ex.rnine these before
buying elsewhere. •
:staples on exhibition at my store, No. 6, American
Block, between till Park end Veventh street.
jan26 65-6 mo WAGNER.
Keystone Stove Works !
Tibbals, Shirk & Whitehead,
STOVES & HOLLOW WARE,
Have a large and extensive assortment of Stoves at
IVholuale and Retail.
THE IRON GATE
Is a Int•elan Coal Cook Stove, with or without Naar
voir, for hard or soft o at, or wood, aria is
BETTER THAN THE STEWART STOVE
WHEAT SHEAF & NEW ERA,
Bola low oven Coal Cook Stores—wits wood grates—
' can be cued lather for coal or wood.
THE FOREST OAR.
Re are still manufacturing this cerebrated low oven
Store for wood—with or witgont resenrolr.
Zoo Oven Stove for'Ffuni. This ta a new Stow of
beautiful i:ehign, and now for sale—togetser with
a large assortment cf elevated Oven Cook,
Part , : C.,ok for wood or coal, and Parlor
and Ofree Stoves, for wood or coal.
C.ll. IIBoALS, D. SillitE, W. IL WIIITICHSAD
Erie, Jan. 1:1,,
LETTERS OF ADIIINISTRATON ON
the Estate of Christian fiehwengel, deceased, late
ct Cresk township, F.rie county, Pa, hariog teen
granted to the andersigntd ; notice le hereby 'men to
all koowiig themselves iniebtel to the said esta'a to
make Immediate payment, and those haying chime
against the said estate will present them, properly au
thentleatet‘for settlement. •
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We al - o manufacture the