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6ric Aticeltill Mbotrrer,
E. PA.: SEPTE3LBER 21, 1&5
I. At, SHORE LINE.
1 4 1. 0 12 - oirAc-o 'l r i n t sMation
F 31". m.
.. ... .. ......... 10 00 A. Co.
iIIL k2EI.IIIIIA k ERIE RAILROAD.
. ....e.rra Acentronndatlon ..... 12 f 6 p. in
.Th rough /1411 635 a. m
;•orry .4 ,, ommldatinu SAO P.M
Karma k•t! , MlTllditiOn 10.10 a. m
ERill PlTT4llL7niin RAILROAD.
.ryt.Eirg Rzerre5......... 3 2fi • m
kecommodattoo_ ..... „:11.50 p . m
on; and (losing of the Malls.
f . r th., notice. the Mails will close at the
'ro i< follows :
Circiso 9 50 a. ta. and 7.10 p. m,
..... _.1.00 p. in. and 7.3 , 1 p. m.
.4 end .
. ... .. f i o ;
„nphinz all offices between
Rae° p. m.
„ N O, ins ail offices between
rgrolz-1 R fat p. in
aai • Pltt • burit 4.9.30 a. m
' O4 14.4 % ‘ilry' • ....... - - D
ytt givriebare N OO p. m.
Fr. 4%liwav 7.80 p. m.
Tlitiradsye, and Sstni,
s m to Bp. m. Sanda 2 y, 0 " al m eo .
..4.1 - 1 m.
e Repubhcan4conrention in Craw.
n :y, hut one soalier was nominated
e , whthtt the Democratic convention
. And good ones at that, on
:ricklani, of Cincinnati, proprietor of
:euou. Cough Balsam .) will please let
from bioo. We hare written three
lthout receiving a reply, and do not
at irsting any more stamps and pa-
Block has been purchased by Wm.
E s , i , and others, for the sum of
An offer of $65,000 was made, on
y, by partite in Chicago, engaged in
s•+;neee, for Rosenzweig's 13!ock, and
'ensbur4 Telegraph, in reply to- an
.5 the D,!pi:ch of this oity, showing
c'wacterl4tic tricks of Prof. Millar,
the Professor great
vzrpe entirely with the Tele-
I te didn't do him Aa/f fur.
ritlroal project is on foot, designed
Ct En? directly with Titusville with—
ti ttu . w. The gentleman moat ao
the 'vv.:Lest is one of our wealthiest
t ca :eirri.ii, - ; citizens, and will spare
t) Evike it .ttccessful. A road of the
.n:RI w)ul4 do more to advance the
,:f of car city drill all the other rail
min.ll4: hore, united.
re'ebrate I humorous writer, Stephen
Deter known 'us " Jeemes Pipes of
e"sill , I.:llver his comical lecture,
' in Farrar Hall, on Satur-
:.:r next Mr. M. has had remarka -
:a the and comes to us will'
,wan excee.led by few. Unless we
y lecture will richly
iltT.lb!ican county ticket has three
..rs it. The Democratic ticket has
e c-: , se', three captains, and one
th ticket is most-worthy of the
• TC(.. , . Which party displayed the
:e to being considered the soldiers'
' If the matter were to be tested by
mulctl calculation, the Democratic
ts exactly one and two.thards more
;in the support of the soldiers than
t.t opposed to it. .
in)wa pet sends us a long and pa
which we regret that our limi
!c)mpe's 119 to omit far the present.
:t in decidedly affecting in its charac•
vrald draw tears from the eyes of an
We quote one of the most touching
gch ie life ! Whom the Gods love
ig. Whom they hate, live and prosper,
ere defeated aspirants for the Legis-
o',,ferver complains against the vari
-1 successive appellations that have
TPri to its party, such as Jacobin. Lo.
Butternut and Copperhead.—Gazette.
saves makes no each complaint as
i to it. It simply undertook t)
;• your party, under all its various •
been more prolific in calling names
Trtsennnr., , arguments. And it said,
• !':'l thinks, that an-: individual Gr
pursues that course, and has
:r ace to boast over it, is no better
Relut,ll..ans of the adjoining l county- of
as, nal°, :acre bold or hoit' est. than
:n county, have come out
e 1 fcr negro voting. The, following
cf their resi:utions
1. That before those States shall
almizte 1 to equality in the Union.
: 010111 , 1 be extended to
t..ipor.uktion Thy are entitled to
& men . and it should be given
, tr , vtr 1 fir their loyalty in the past
t zwanv f)r the loyalty of those
Stare C)mmitteo have ap•
'izet.-,; at Corry for the 223 inst ,
hy the cnspicuoue manner in
2-1, we pre - ume they d0.;„4
.;„ 4 ra.? , ?.1.1:14 of the campaign for
Wt!'e2 Pealiiy!ra•Lia. A loug batch
are announce! as hay.
:-T.:!1 We venture to predi3t
zt w:11 be present, and tha t
r.ly•?, a !:- , 111, to
,put up with
nobJlies. What an
ar,117 r tzr Frent and virtuous D 3
11 .t iz. - A.g the living :Oh that
ci: up from the " vasty
•z (:e Girard Union, signing him
of Elk Creek, devotes over
;•1 :',re•cler type to in attack on the
:? Nicrz,an, Democratic candi—
:rG;Te7:::,r or (rit3, publiNlied in the
Dlll ff wn, ago. Joslen "
Y=l, irrl;vll i lea of his personal
Tay in Which he demolishes
.r. , ,uzarsn...l is marvelous to le
wnif.r th , tt a man of "C. Jos
eon , t.hould consent to "hide
I,a for ho.hpl ''—or, to speak more
the. thoul Ibe willing to confine
c ) mpaNtively secludel locality
u.: req! If he were to take the stump
tai thl::enge Gen. Morgan to a dig
't tf •
in debate, we feel quite
TJuld frighten the General cff
k, route the horrible copperheads of
f..“.it and dragoons," and
'! ether in le9cribable and wonderful
crurrtAt 1, 11E.1 —The following Faire
be held et the time and
• !;:tc:f.tl :
: tn.ko t
—At Conneaut, September
%'%14 Flrtners & Ikklachanica Associ
t .13htabula, September ,21et, 22d
4 4% t " -At Je fferson,
4,c0l - k
Crl L'orl County "—At Conneautmille,
Trews or -Loam. Isreserr.=-Trnitest4kaies
bonds, being free from tax, may very pro
perly be called " exemption papers."—Two
you's:, men were floes!, recently, in Pottsville,
for defseing handbills. A few doses of the
same medicine here would hare a healthy ten:
dandy.---Fine opening bola young man—
ai 800 barrel nil well.--lho citizens ofTi
tusville, an exchange says, have taken
measures to bring the President and Direc
tors of the Oil Creek road to an account for
the casualities of the late accident on their
road —Out of a population of 6,000, at
Pithnle city, Pa., an exchange says, not fifty
are females. Unhappy Pithole !—Arterens
Ward says, that as a Son of Temperance he
believes in temperance hotels, though, as a:
general thing, they sell poorer - liquorsthan
the other sort !—lf Brigham Young's 100
wives favor their lord with Curtafts• Lectures,
what, oh what must be the nature of " Young's
Night Thoughts!"— New •York paper
thinks the meet uncomfortable state at pres
eat is the state of the weather.—A man in
Cleveland was arrested for stealing a guitar
from a young woman. She called neon him,
and he so convinced her of his changed, char
acter, that she intends to marry him as wo
es he gets out of rrison.—The death of Dr.
F. A. Burronghs, at Corry, has caused general
and sincere mourning in that community., An
intelligent man, faithful friend, enterprising
citizen and most able physician, he bad won
the affections of the people to a remarkable
extent. His funeral last week was the largest
ever seen in that vicinity.—A traveler once
stated that on passing through the village of
Cologne, Prance, he counted ninety-nine dis•
tinct scents. It' he, or any other traveller,
had passed through the borough of Titusville
yesterday—says the herald—he might-have
ceunted at least a hundred and ninety-nine
original-and independent odors—any one, of
which would produce asphyxia if taken in
reasonable quantities from an ounce vial.—
An exchange says "if every man's breast
could be looked into, there would you find the
image of home woman. If you-look in the
bosom of the ladies, you will find the daguer
reotype of Charley, a pertmonnaie, and a
paper of needles, besides two or three billet-
Jong." How do you know I—A Meadville
cltemporary states that an elopement took
place in th.t village, week before last, the
parties being a young lady of 17 or ther!-
abouts, belonging to a highly respectable
family, and a " wooden " printer, who has
been trying in vain in all the offices in Mead
ville to learn the trade, for the last seven
years.—.A passenger on the P. & E rail
road was relieved of his pocket book, con•
taining about $3OO, at Corry. He was in the
act of changing Oars for the Oil Creek rail
road, and when mounting the platform a num
ber of men pressed upon him from the rear,
and lightened his lest Upon discovering his
loss his suspicions were directed to a young
man who was a passenger on the same train.
The latter was placed tinder arrest, but upon
examination proved to be a Sabbath School
Superintendent, and was apologetically die
charged.--On a sign in a conspicuous posi
tion, in the town of Emporium, on the Phila•
delphia railroad, is the following inscription:
"S Beer & Caiks."----To entitle any one to
vate,he must be a citizen and have paid a
State or county tax within two years, which
tax must be assessed at least ten days before
INCOME TAX —The list of income returns
for this city, which we publish to-day, will
be perused with mingled emotions of interest
and surprise. It will be seen that many per.
sons who were•not previously supposed to be
maustrilly prosperous, are on the rapid road
to wealth, while numerous others who have
been considered among our richest citizens,
fall far behind the common impression rela
tive to their financial prosperity. The small.
est incomes, generally speaking, are those of
old residents and property-holders, while the
incomes of some of our young and enterpris
ing business men exhibit a state of prosperity
as gratifying as it was unanticipated. Oa the
whole, we are convinced thst the list presents
as encouraging an aspect, financially speak
ing, as that of any city in the Union of equal
It must be remembered that these returns
include only the amount of income, less the
$6OO allowed by law, and the duduction of
Federal, State and local taxes. In same oases,
where parties have large amounts of unpro—
ductive landed property, the returns give no
fair idea of their actual wealth, as much of
their income is required to pay taxes on the
same, which are leg fly deductible. Others
have invested heavily in U. S. bonds, thus
escaping taxation entirely. and relieving
them from the necessity of reporting the in
comes they receive from that source. We are
satisfied that if all these items could be cor
rectly obtained, together with the hundreds
of .instances of parties who have made over
six hundred dollars during the year, yet re
port no income, the list would show double
the increase of wealth in our community that
it does at present.
We copy from the Dispatch, Lo which we
are indebted for the list, some additional in-
formation on the subject:
The salaries of United States officers, mili•
tary or citil, are taxed by the department in
settling their accounts, and therefore do not
appear in these lists. The gross amount of
income for the city is .over $l.OOO 000. The
gross amount of income tax is $78,338 41. A
number of incomes would have been reported
at vastly increased rates,"but by the decision
of the Department no amcunt realized from
dealings in real estste was ta xed
. unless the
property was bought in the same year in
which it was sold. ' UndCr this rule, Messrs.
Noble. Thompson, Liiwry,-Reed and others,
saved taxes on sums ranging from $20,000 to
iv e have published this list, not because we
approve of the system of publication, but be
cause it has grown into a custom to do so,
and the public would not be satisfied if we
omitted it. It is not' pleasant to business
men, unless it may be the few extremely
lucky ones, to thus have their affairs laid
open to the public gaze, and the discontent
and jealousy created in the minds of those
who are not so fortunate in circumstances as
their neighbors, more than counterbalances
in evil the increase of revenue it may occa
sion to the government.
Although our lamented friend, DeCamp, is
dead and in his politioallreve, we baye the
unspeakable pleasure of anuouncing,that,like
Hamlet's father, his spirit still visits the re
sorts where he was wont to appear while it in
the flesh," and discourses on national and
local affairs in the same vein of choice and
refined classical : eloquence. It has , made its
appearance on ieveral recent occasions, to the
intense delight and edification of the enviable
few who were honored with its presence. We
learn from persons who had the good fortune
to be present at several at these seances, that
the Spirit of the vest deputed is greatly
pleased at the flattering obituary notice pub .
lished in the Onsesvia last week, and mani
fests its gratitude by heaping upon our mod
desk head compliments of the rarest character,
and expressed in language of so pure a kind
that were Webster or Everett living they
• 4W-they-lead -ever
claimed to be models in the use of their
"mother tongue." We are almost overcom e
with modesty at the thought of being so high
ly honored, but truth compete us to say that
,we felt assured if the spirit -of the virtuous
:departed trzs ever permitted to .visit our
sublunary sphere, it would dot fail to act in
this manner. If there was cue noble trait
which the illustrious deceased possessed,-su
perior to any other, it was his passionate de
votion to those who had befriended him. Our
citizens who remember his beautiful eulogies
on Messrs. Deerickson, Lowry, Gars and
Skinner, delivered on repeated occasions dur
ing the last two years, will not be likely soon
to forget the chaste sad thrilling diction - of
which ho was pre-eminently the master, and
the heart felt tone of affection with which he
was aeonstonsed to speak of the services 1614
had performed in his behalf. What a pity
that one of his refined nature and purity of
expression should have been carried off so
young! Alas, we little appreciate the jewels
we possess, until they are lost forever
P. S.—A spiritual communication over the
the signature of the lamented deceased ap
pears in this week's Gazelle. Through what
" medium " it came down (or up) to us poor
bereaved mortals we are not apprised. We
know it is genuine, because it exhibits all the
noted characteristics of the departed while he
was in the land of the living. Its beauties
and merits will be fully pointed out in our
An advertisement appeared in last week's
OBSIRVIGR, over the signature of Dennis Sul
livan, charging injustice on the part of Mrs
&home°. agent in charge of the Erie &
burg Railroad . Company's docks, is dedacting
five dollars from the pay of a workman in his
employ. We have been called upon by Mr.
Saltsman, who-gives the following statement
of the case: nit' men board in a oar kept by
the company for the purpose, of whieh Mr.
Morris, and not he, has.the"charge. Mr. Salts
man has nothing to do with the men except
to pity them off, taking Mr. Morris' accounts
as he render, them. On Saturday, when
the men came to be paid, the sum of five dol
lars was found charged to the Englishman
mentioned, and deducted by Mr. 8., as he
was in duty bound to do. The matter was
discussed very freely among the workmen,
and threatening to create some difficulty,
Mr. S. paid the Englishman the five dollars
rather than have any trouble. The English—
man is said to have been in a very filthy con
dition, and the bed which he occupied in the
car is alleged to have been so full of vermin
that it was entirely smallest', and it was for
this he was charged in the account. He af
terwards went to the Park House, and, we
are told, spoiled a bed there, for which the
proprietor compelled him-to pay ten dollars.
The man Sullivan was discharged by Mr.
Salteman some weeks ago, and has been un.
able to get work at the dock since. It is sup.
posed by Mr. Stamen that he bad the article
alluded to written and printed ma matter of
spite. This is the explanation of the matter
as given to us by Mr. Salteman, and the
candor of his statements compels us to believe
that it is the truth. , We have known him
for some time as one of our most worthy
young citizens, and if we bad thought him to
be the party referred to in the advertisement
it should never have found a place in our
DAN Rtca's MONOMINT TO THS
We are indebted to Mr. Phelps, editor of the
Girard Union, for an elegant engraving of the
monument to be erected by Col. Dan Rice, in
the public square at Girard, in memory of the
soldiers from Erie county, who fell in the war
for the Union. The structure will be a very
handsome one of marble, appropriately de
signed, and costing about five thousand dol
lars. It will be dedicated on the Ist of No.
vember, with imposing ceremonies. To Col.
Rice belongs the honor of being the only in
dividwil, who, to the beat of our knowledge,
has anywhere in the country erected a moon-
meat out of his own private means to prove
his attachment for the brave boys who have
fallen in the late struggle. He has given an
instance of liberality• and patriotism which
cannot be too warmly commended,.and long
after Dadßice's enemies will have been for
-gotten this monument Will remain, to a ttest
the generosity of his nature and the loyalty
of hi. principles.
It will be remembered that Col. Rice was
the Democratic candidate for the State Senate
last year in opposition to Mr. Lowry. What
has the latter done to prove his attachment to
the soldiers; aside from those lip professions
which are so common and—so cheap'? We
like to see- men prove their creed, by their
work. When Erie county Republicans, in fur
Lure, prate about Democratic: enmity to the
soldiers, let them be pointed to the example
of Col. Rice, and asked to compare his con•
duct with that of the leading politicians of
PARADIL—The members of Perry
Firs Cempsny, No. 1, had a parade on &tut
day afternoon last. The men were all dressed
in their new uniforms, and presented • very
handsome appearance. A test of the throwing
capacity of their engine was had, which re
stilted to the satisfaction of all concerned.
Previous to the parade, the members of the
company presented their foreman, Mr. Win
field, with an elegant gold ring, as a mark of
their personal attachinent, and appreciation
of his usefulness to their organization. The
presentation was made by Mr. George Whit—
man, in au unusullly well timed speech, which
was responded to by Mn; Winfield in an
affecting and interesting manner. The mem
bers of this company are among our best
young citizens, and have entered upon their
duties with a zeal that, ensures success. They
are heartily deserving of the encouragement
of our citizens.
COUNT! Cosysartos. , --The daily Dispatch
of Tuesday, speaks of the proceedings of the
Democratic Convention as follows :
All portions of the country were fully
represented In the Convention, and an organ
ttion was effected without delay. In fact
the pliceedings " went off like clock work "
—no bitching or re•hitching to obtain a base
of operations. The slate " was understood
and fully endorsed by all present, and if the
party works together as finely at the election
it will give the opposition a strong pull.
FADIXO Away.—How often we Fee men and
.women who are fairly fading oat of existence.
They seem to have no especial disease, but
general lassitude and langour ; no ambition,
no energy, indigestion,
weakness,, total ina
bility to eat and relish food. &c., of
which is nothing but Dyspepsia.
Coe's Dyspepsia Cure will surely cure every
such ow, no matter of how long standing.
it is also • most excellent remedy for Cholera
morbus, Cramp or Colic, in either Stomach or
Bowels. We advise all suffering to try it.
FASSITOUID, BUT Goon.—The Johnstown
Democrat asks : " When is s camel (referring
to Col. Campbell, Republican candidate for
Surveyor General) like a horse ?" and an
ewers: • " When he smslleth the battle afar
off." This is shockingly personal.
There is nothing like Dr. Velpan's French
Pills for keeping the complexion fresh and
°partly free from pimples. The same of
which that it regulates the entire female sys
tem. Sold by all druggists. , Bept.7-Im.
WnrLiDEl—WitizAks—On the 14th inst., by
' Rev. Cleo. A. Lyon, D. D., J. Wiles Whill.
din, M. D.,
to Mary D. Williams, daughter
of the latiiJamea Williams, Esq.
eanstrCAttrweLt--On the 14th ingt., by
E. Camplleum, Esq., Mr. Henry Diggett,
of Little Falls, N. Y., to Silas Angie Cald
ssell,q,Mereer couttlyr P,lll "-
L Ma. katroa : I notice to the last 0 ac t ad
(tort hiemrstt over th e Arnature of Deeds u'llran.
matlf i r Wean& injostitte on Yr. kallan us, meat 0( an
Erie end Pitteitney, trattrolvo. at theft deck', which I *nor
notutee to be a 11. from bygtootoc to end. Mr. Stab man
lea gentleman and would mums no man unjustly. This
Dennis 4 nillean Is a notoriose econn.lnsl and mho •
word canizot be Mliered on oath. lie bee caused mom
misehlef at one dna* than aoy other man. Tleadnetall •
mm a n s p o u t " of wen in the Welt Aittly Midi*" cep!
docking Mm as Yr. Saltsman did, he gaily carried out
the rules of the company. J H. Elan.
Ms, Septeraler 21. 1863 —lt°
THE DRY GOODS STORE
WILL, REMOVE THIS IVEER, -
TO THE NEW AND
. ELEGANT STORE
LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS!
B•pt•mb•r 21, 1885-4 w•
il. Y. PICILDRING, DENTIST.
Graduate of the Peoaerireata College of Delete' Sur
ger,. Ofilee to Wright's Black, (over tiers k SUletri
Drag Blom) Erie, Pa.
kirszetog >tT ratirlastox.
C. N. Pierer, D. D. S., North Seventh street, Philadel
I'. L. Dueklogbare, D. D. S., No, 243, North Ninth
F REA DILL.
ONE NIGHT . ONLY::
SATURDAY EVEMiNG. SEPTEMBER 231, 1166
"JEEPS PIPES OF PIPESFILLE,"
Etas the honor to anoouneehia
Tickets no be obtained at Easiga's Bookstore, and at
Dome operi at 7 o'clock. Lecture will COMM env, ti 8
FINKLY. It LYON MEWING MACHU NIL—.
The fallowing facts demoostrata that the.. Nur
ailllell tomprhe Ms !ugliest improvements in the sewing
Madder 4 rt. viz :
1. Each Machine is guaranteed to give better Batts/ea.
tion than any other Sewing Machine to Market. or money;
2. They here taken many of the highest premium' at
the llClogt herortant exhibitions and MhoTer hold to
the United .itate".
J. They a:menthe leek stitch silks on both aides—Mu
saving half the thread and elle need In the reveling.
r'des4stame of the loop stitch and single-thread Ma
4. They are adapted to the wide it range of heavy and
6. They bare no rattling vireo or delicate attack•
mints to get oat of order.
6. They require no taking apart to clean or oil, and
no Le.retue' to set needle, regulate tenelon,or open
7. Oar New Mannflataring Machina la especially
ad.pti.d to Shoe Fitting. Glaze Manufacturing. Tailor
tag. le., sad la sot equalled by any ilanbise la market.
Plum tall sad examine and danisastrate for lour
oraand arr Chortiar with sample classing.
N. B.—Ageati wasted.
LYON S. M. CO,
anll tlm No. 638 Broadway, New Tort.
E RIE COM tIVICIAL COLLNGS:
CM. OF PARK AND PEACH STREET,
Ng W CLAUDICATION OP ACCOUNTS
ACTUAL BUSINZ33 PRACTICZ
DUSINES3 IORII3 AND USAGES
The very liberal patronage which has been granted us
daring the past mason. emboldens us to still further
yressour claims to yablic notice. By our
NEW CLASSIFICATION OF ACCOUNTS,
Book•Ywping beenntet the relit •na; bettitlfal salt
Batik's:tory of thh flakspees.
TER TIN INITIATORY CARDS
WHOLE BABB or DOUBLE EMT ACCOUVIT,
And exhibit rrery pouible variation on
THE OPENING AND CLO3INO OF BOOKS,
So that two weeks thorcegh rind,' of th►m alone will
ewers more knowledge to the .clence which they taseb
than the whole Cone in some' Commercial Schools in
DIPLOMAS AWARDED TO GRADUATES.
This Department is so organised that sre
ACTUALLY BUY AND SELL GOODS
Of every triad, tria/dor the transfer, payment, entry, ke.
the ume u In the commercial trumactions
of the world
DU81?13813 AND ORNAMENTAL,
NOT SURPASSED BY ANY
For both Lading; and GantUnion. Climes daily.
BRNO TOR SPECINHINS, WITH STAMP
Time to complete the Coarse fa from 12 to 14 weeks
We present the beet facilities and bold out the greatest
To the *hole public Ire extend an waist Invitation
to all sad ezesolno oar Coarse of Instruction.
or W. ars Gov orgagging a Conn. Band. an -
Addresi, with stamp. -
T. COOK, Resident, Pnnelpel
A. C. eWTD, Timlsar Panataship.
a. W. GUNNISON, fearlwr Commercdal Law
Ilsptwober Sl. 180--tt
-E. P. EE IDALT., Agent
TES - GREAT- NIGLIO - 11INgi
" 818 JAMES ctutrigks
Celebrated Female Pills.
BY ROYAL A.a PATENT !
pared from i s s .Proscriptiose 1 fair J. Clarks, M.
Physician Extraoribtary to as Qua*.
ale Invaluable medkine Is enfallizig he the can et all
bon *dal sad dangetveedlemateito nhkh t►e hark
eenstltut lea Is subject. It moderates all anew sad n•
moves all obetnietioam, and • spell can may be jetted
TO MARRERO LAMED
tla peculiarly stilted. It wl/I,lna al:writing", bring on
he 4r.onthly potiod with regularity.
Each bottle, prior One Dollar, been the. Oirwarainant
Stamp of Groat Britain, to prov,tut roantarfalta
77kas Pais Assad sot N takes bei Flu iris e the
PILST THREE MONTHS if Prep's:icy, as Vier are
sere to briar set Miscarriage, US day ether Ow as,
In all cases of Werrens and Spinal Affections, Paine In
the Back and Limbs. Fatigue on stied esertlon,hdpihr
tioa of the heart, Hysterics and Whites, these Pills will
effect a cure when all other means bare failed: and al.
(bough a powerful tetnedy, do not contain iron, &oast%
antimony or anything hurtful to the eoturtitution.'.
nu directions in the pamphlet around each pairlage,
which should be craftily pmeerved. . .
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Solo Agent for tb. United States and Canada,
JOB NOM, 2T Cortlandt St., New Yost.
N. 8.—51,00 and II postage stamps aselanad to any an
ionised agent, will insure a bottle, containing 50 Pills.
R4IIWIN I 0 GI
n rune ready to be nailed down, adapted to Booms,
rectories and Banding, of all kinds; constructed ot
nnterials that have stood the teat of Aileen years, and
m Inoteetured on as entirely different and better plan
than any other composition rooting in on.. Secured br
patent. Very durable and at low price. Circulars and
sample. lent tree by man. .RICILIT It0:1111NO CO,
101'65 1r No. T i Maiden Lane, New York
T.VIPOItTANT NOTICE.—The undersigned, en.
gaged lo Hareems making, on State street, nearly op
posite the Eris City Gas Wolk'. desires to 001111 up his
baldness, piepustorytoinaking a trip to [atop. All
persona indebted to me are hereby notified to pay ap
their accounts immediately ; and those haying claims
against me will please present them at an early date fly.
nettlemeat If the a:counts are not settled by the lit
of October next. they will be placed In the hands of Esq.
Carter fur collection. Y. MUTTLItIf.R.
Erie. September 14,11654 w•
READY- PAY STORE !
- MINNIG & RUSSELL,
World reapectfally Worm the Public that they bin
STOCK OF GROCTRIKS OF JAWS I. BLISS.
oo or Stn AND STAND ma.
When they Inteed to keep as good an assortment at
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
WOOD k WILLOW WARE, AND VANIZIY GOODS
as ii kept In &I a.
Best Brands. of Erie County Flour,
Mast eoutaatly on hud.
FFARRMOZED I GOOD AIRTICLZ!
re The highest Market Pries paid for ail Airds of
re Goods dellund free of sharp to aim part 1 1 the
A. MINNIG. [mar3ol3Atf.] J. RIMS!' J.
HARTFORD VIER INBI7ILeHOR 00
EtARTPORID, CONIVIRCI IVVT,.
INCORPORITZD 1810. CAP! T.a., 81,010,000.
T. C. ALLYN, Pewit. G. 11 COIL, So*
CITY FIRE INSURANCE COIPANY
UARTFON D, CONNSC ricuT.
INCORPOR4TED 184 t. C !PITA/. $250.111
WM. Z. BAKER, Prost. GEO. W. Unica, SW,.
TNSURANCE in the above old and reli
1, able Companies can be obtained on application' to
aitre.Vet-42. W. W. RIIMIti.L. &rest
Watches and Jewelry.
.11. ,000.000 WORTH! TO .BE DISPO S ED
of at One Dollar each, without regard to Value, sot
to be raid for until you know what you ars to metre.
By A. 11. Rower, k Co; (agent for the Kannfactuters„)
No. 38 Beekman street, New York.
rir Read the following list of Artielee to be sold for
ONE DOLLAR EACH:
100 Gold hunting case watches, $126
100 gold watches, various styles, 75
200 - Ladies' gold watches, 60
600 Silver watches, $2O to 85
6,000 Late,style vest St neck chains, sto 20
6,600 Banta' Cal. diamond pins, 6to 20
4,000 Cal. diamond ear drops, sto 10
3,000 Miniature revolving pins, sto 10
2,000 Cal. diamond and enamelled
gents' scarf pins, new styles, sto 10
2,000 Masonic Sr, emblem pins, 8 to 10
2.600 Gold band bracelets, 8 to 20
8,000 Jet and mosisc brooches, 8 to 10
2,000 Cameo brooches, • 5 te. 20
3,000 Coral ear drops, 4to 6
2,000 Ladies' watch chains, Bto 15
6,000 Gents' pins, splendid assort% 2to 10
4,000 Solitaire sleeve buttons, Bto 10
3,000 Sete studs & sleeve buttons, Bto 10
6.000 Sleeve buttons, plain & eng., 2to 8
10,000 Plain 3: engraved rings, 2,50 to 10
8,000 Lockets, richly engraved, 2to 10
15,000 Sole ladies' jewelry, new 8
latest styles, 6to 12
5,000 Handsome !eat rings, to 8
2,000 -Sets bosom studs, 2,50 to - 6
1,000 Gold pens & gold holders, 15 to 25
2,000 Sets jet & gold pins & ear
drops, latest styles, 6to 10
2,000 Gold thimbles, pentode, &a., 4to 6
10.000 Gold pens, k silver eases, sto 3
10 000 Geld pens, ebony holders, 4to 6
This entire list of beautiful and valuable rods will be
sold for One Dollar each. CertiOcates of all the above
articles will be placed in envelopes and sealed. The..
envelopes are sent by mail, as ordered, without regard
tv choice. On the receipt of the certilicate you will me
what i on are to have, and then it Is at your . option to
send the dollar and take the artle s or not.
Five certificates can be ordered for SI ; eleven for $2;
thirty for $5 .
• silty •five fur CO; and one husidred for
$l6. We will send a single Certificate on receipt of
cents. Agents wanted, to whom wearer special terms
s•nd 25 cents for one eerUticate and our circular with
terms. • B,2cclargli is Co.,
36 Bookman street, Nom, York.
P. O. Box. 270. may26116-tt
MORRISON & DINSMORE,
WHOLSIALI DIALIIII II
Flour, Fork,l3eof, Salt, Grain,
• CLOVER, TIMOTHY SEED, cEe.
No. 2, Wayne Block,
Barn* na al SUM SD., ZRIE, PI.
NW BOOT AND SHOE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFUL/-
LT inform their friends and the public that they
have opeeecilhe above haehtess on the out side of the
Diamond, next door to Ir. John Bee`Je's dry goods
store, where they offer fur Sale the best carted stock
n the trade west of New York, selected from four tif
erent manufactories' and bought at
AND WILL BY SOLD •OCOSDINGL.Y.
Special drritatiere given
TO THE LADIES.
Without their patronage, brislings would be blockaded.
NOONAN k BASICS.
Spring and Sumer Goole 1
MRS. S. H. HALL
Woold turprettay a&li attention to bar
LARGE STOCK.OF GOODS,
Dart rootirod from Now York. ontinsoion
Bonnets, Hats, Ribbons, 80.,
Topther with some
D R Y GO One!
Which sh• will sell
' CHEAP FOR CASH, OR READY-PAY.
Er Particular attention paid to bleaehieis ellegiali
a nil premeing.
!tiBtore on reach Et, 7 doors shove the Down. Me,
Crawford, Ciristiaa I Rath,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Dried and Sealed Fruits,
PAINTS t OILS,
Ship Chandlery, Boat Stores, tto-, C:a v
n 0.7 assrrrs aLocir, PIRE ACK
Also, Public Dock, Foot of State 1112011 i;
WM. A. CRAWIOIID. 111. r. .
A PURELY VEGFJABLE 'rO.lllC
Divagainslo a sTickfrtlTOXitlNG,"
I artifice the sYstito againstike e ril semis of 1111111441111
Wilt eats Gkneral
Will ears Retellown.
Will Gm Lbw L
Will mite sad create a healthy appellee
Will *viers* tem organs of &petiole sad moderate
s!! inerballe the tresparatare arab. body sad tie Imre o• renlatifine men In feet sa • gene's' eorweborant of Ur
system, containing no poloonous drop, sod le
VTR UST TONIC &MIMS IN THE WORLD.
A fair trial beam* ally solielted.
GEO. CI. =WEL k CO., Proprietors.
thuises, N. T.
Ceuta& Depot. kmettein Espies Bail/Dag u BUD
SON &T.. NNW YORK...
Tor ask by all Drage** Grocers,
lar ENNIO hHOAOLEY. Er*, Wholesale Agee*,
aid fibr sale by Hall 4 Warfel, Carter k Gamer and
P. B. HONECKER,_
CARVER & HONECKER,
. arratt. touts* Or
Leather, Hides, &c.,
No. 3 Perry Week, State St., Ms. Pa..
Constantly on hand • large stock of
SOLE LEATHER, MOROCCO, LININGS
FRENCH & AMERICAN CALF SKINS, KIPS,
UPPV AND SPLITS, LAM,
PROS, LASTINGS, GALLOONS, &a.
ALTO, A TVLI.
ASSORTMENT OF SHOE MAKERS' TOOLS,
All of whlah they offer low Ibr
CAI4II OR PROYIeT PAY.
New Grocery !
JACOB BOOTZ would respectfully an
t/ noonea to limb people of Erie !!!, %ad oonnty, that
be has opal:4d •
NEW GROCERY ,TORE,
ihs Use NM Bids of Ptscis Strut, a Short Disfirsca Swat
N M. Leib Micro Depot,
W1•r• L• will k••p on band•. ar • &boor 10l
CIROVEIUZ. , 3.
PROVISIONS; WQOD AND WILLOW WARE, LOUR
And inn thing waft' lint In a Ant elan' on
Wine, Sigeei Cider and Liguori.
The highest Markel Price paid for Produce, u eau
nr Give lei a cell, If yea wt.h t seeing good bar.
Runs. I plate myself toseU se lirw,ll not &dower, than
'en: other store to the etty.. mrl.2llttt.
New Clothing Store.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE OPEN
■n a Clothing Stare on the corner of Fourth and
State attests, where they protose to keep always on
hand as good an swortmsot of Clothing as can be found
in the city, made in the best manner from th. best ma
terialosad so finished as to efrofd satisfaction to tie
most critical customer. P-rt.cular attention will be
paid to Custom Wcrk, In wh'eh brsach we propose to
excel ■ll other establishments in the city. We will al
ways keep a One stock of Cloths, Caa■imeres, Vesting'.
ea , from which customers can "elect to the very best
Gents' Furnishing Goods, _
Of wary description, curniprslng alt •rUeka in tint Ilse.
The Clothing of /Boys wi I also be m•de a apecial.tr. MTe
ua call. HASSE tIIAY k 8
Geo. Bseszirireir, ALBIR7 W. 13,13.11t1D1R.
Lain Cutter with M. Koch. je27664t
R. S. MORRIS - ON & SONS
Be g leave to Lanus the citizens Of Erie and vicinity
that they have removed their stock of
To the GEESE BLOCK, in the building formerly area
.plerl by Beaus. 8i1(63 k KBPLER, where they
Intend keeping a large assortment of
Dress Goods, Fancy #ilirs,
Mumta z thanks to oar customers for their put
liberal patrona g e, •e respectfully ask a continuance of
Ike aura Erie, Jan. l, ISM
SELDEN It co.,
27 Courtlandt St., Now York.
1 00,000 WATCHES, CHAINS, GOLD
A Pens, Pencils, ice, &c., worth over Ball a Million
Dalian I To be sold at One Dohar Each without regard
to yens. And not to be paid for until you know what
you ars to aseo.lea.
.SPLENDID LIST OF ARTICLES.
All to be Sold for One Boller Sash..
800 Gents' gold Watches, 4-50 to $l5O
.300 .Lsdies' gold Watches, 86 to 70
400 Gents' snivel" Watches, 35 pi 70
200 DiamOnd Rings, 60 to 100
8,000 Gold Vest & Neck Chains, 15 to 80
8,000 •- do. 4to 6
8,000 Gold Oval Band Bracelets, 4to 8
4,000 Chased Gold Bracelets; sto 10
2,000 Chatelaine & guard chains, 6to 20
6,000 Solitaire & gold brooches, 4to • 10
2,000 Lava & Florintine brooches, 4to 6
2,000 Coral, Opal & Em. brooches, 4to - 8
2,000 Moe's°, Jet., Lava & Florene'
tine Ear Drops, 4to 8
4,500 Coral, opal & em. E. drops, 4to 6
4,000 Cal. Diamond breastpins, 2,50 to 10
3,000 Gold fob & vest watch keys, to 8
4,000 Fob & vest ribbon slides, • 3to 10
4,000 Seta sleeve buttons, etc., 3 to 8
8,000 Gold thimbles, pencils, etc., 4to -• 7
6,000 Miniature locket s, 6to 8
4,000 Mite lockets-magio spring, 3to 20
4,000 Gold toothpicks & crosses, 2to 8
6,000 Plain gold rings, 4to 11
5,000 Chcsed gold rings, 4to 11
7,000 Stone set & signet rings 2,50 to 10
5,000 California diamond rings, 2to 10
7,500 Sete ladies' jewelry-jet &
gold, go to 15
6,000 Sets ladies jewelry-cameo,
pearl, etc., 4to 15
6,000 Gold pens, silver extension
holders & pencils, 4to 10
6,000 Gold pens & gold-mounted
holders, .8 t 2 8
6,000 Gold pens, & pen.holders, 6to 10
6,000 Silver goblets & cups, sto 60
1,000 Silver castors, - 15 to 50
2,000 Silver fruit & cake baskets, 10 to 50
1,000 Dosen silver tea spoons, 10 to 20
1,000 Do. fable spoons & forks,
MANNER Olr DISTRIBUTION.
Certificates, naming each article, and its value, are
placed in Sealed Envelopes, and well mixed. One of
these envelopes, containing the Certificate or Order for
some Article, (worth at least one dollar at retell,) will
be seat by mall to any address without regard to choice,
on receipt of 2) cents. The purchaser will see what Ar
ticle It draws, and Its value, which may be from One to
Ein Hundred Dollars, and can then send One Dollar and
timbre the Article named, or any other on the lit of
the same value, and after seeing tho article, if it does
net give perfect satisfaction. we desire it to be immedi
ately retuned and the amount paid will be restudied.
By this mode we give selections from a varied stock of
Ilse goods, of the best make - aul latent styles and of in •
to worth. at &nominal price, while all have a chance
of 'gamest tirtwie of the very highest value.
In all tame we charge for forwarding the Certificate.
ppettage and doing the business. the sum of Teensy-five
Cents, which mast be enclosed in the order. Five Ger-
Mates will be sent for It ; eleven for 12 ; thirty for PT
sixty .fire for $lO ; one kindred for $l5. I
Parties dealing with sia may depend on having prompt
returns, and the article drawn will be lauuedlaauly mint
to any address by return mail or express.
Retire satiztaeUuts Guaranteed in ail ewes.
Writs your Name, Town, County sad State ideisly.
sad - address SEWER at CO..
ma2111.541as 27 Coartlastil stave; New York.
XLIDTADICILIN LID 117101311.1.11 VILER IN
BBOM TOBACCO, BM? AC.,
Pifth below State Street,
Olgestbe tbe Dispatch MAR' Oasa
"111 yearn artablirbad In N.Y. City."
"Only MralLble ramadina known."
'Tr*, from Potwar."
°not deuterons to the Ana= Family."
"Bate come oat albeit holes to die."
"Costar's" Rat, Roach, &0., Sea%
is a pind*—nied far lath'
Mica, Rosekas t Black ea
Rat Aids, Am , !a, Aka., kis.
"Costar's" Bed-Bug Exterminator
la a llqulifor vuh, used to
destroy. &ad Coosa a pre.
senile° for Bed-Bop, to.
Costar's" Electric Powder for Ivissci;
ii for Maar. 21hoptiloog4
Rees, Bub Bags, lauds Is
Rasta, Finds, dismay Be.
Cr" Sold by all Druggists and Ratallan sytrrebirec
VW' 111 HaWaßt II I of all worthless Imitations.
rir 'toe that "Coetaa'a " 22210 is 02 each Box, Bolle r
and Flask, before you buy.
HENRY R. COSTAR,
yr- Paticurst. Dams. 4R2 Baosusriu. K.
Er Bold by all Druggists and Dealers la Irlt r Pas
INCREARE OF • RATS.—The Farmer's Gault' (t.
llah) asserts and proves by figures that nos pair of Abs.
will have • progeny awl destsodents no less than 631, J 631
In throe yat.. Now, usaoss this immense family eats he
kept down, they would consume more food than trnabi
sustain 63,000 busman beings.
or See " COI/Telell" adveetlismeat ID We paper.
RATS perm lllRDS.—Wboever engages in sbooldle
email birds is a erne! man : whoever aids in estermoret.
leg rata is a beuehctor. W. should like some of ..or
correspondents to give us the beard t of thvir szperleooa
in drtratir oat these posts. We need som.tbior best.iss
dogs, eats, and trips for this baviness.—Scisatife
east, N. T.
rir Bee " COSTAR'S" ad ve rtieemen 1 In this Taw.
"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERIUNTATOR Is dmple , tale
and-sure—the Moat parr et RVr ifie.lllloo meethm we
have ever at'ended Every Rat that elm get tt, prepay
preeenmt ...cording to direct one, will eat It, gad erne
one that eats It will die, generally at some place as
teat as n 04414. r., in where the medicine was taken...
Lake biters, Mi,A, Mirror. •
Er See " Coe rasa" advertisement In this papa.
HOUSF.KFTPERItroubIet with vermin needhe lOUS
lovirer, if they use 'Cone•a's" Exterminator. We 'lan
need ft to Par rstinfaction • and if a box wit .me
wall! hate it. We Imes tad poisons, trot thee effe 161
eat ..Coatar's" article knob the breath not
of Ft•t., A9.e , Ito%oh. f , ,‘Ants, and 'Red-Bugs, qui tOr
Ow s , We,t. it It in in vent demand all oyez gra
ece•mte , .—Nnehegt. Ohi its Gaut:6 -
M ace G08T111 . 8 9. likraliatrlnetlt ta this paps..
A VOlOl 2 l PROM 'MR FAR W EST.—Speaking of '
TAR'S". Eat, Poach, Aut., Exterminator—..o Rs
grain and provisions are destroyed annually In shrank
county by vermin than would paw (or tore of this ,tat
god buret Hiller."—Lescaster, Wis., de►dd.
Sae "Corraa'a" advertisement in thin paper.
FARMERS AND HODSNREEPERS—shouId roe:omA
that hundreds of dollars' worth of Drain. PonJahn%
ke, an anzmalie destroyed by Rata, ota, red
other insects and vermin—all of which can be rreveLte/
by a few dollars' worth of •.Coiran's" Rat, Ro eh, Ante
km. Exterminator, lx tight and used freely.
See .000/1 . 14" advertisement in thla pepc.
Bold In Me, Pa , by all Druggists sad Dealers.
Keystone Stove Works !
Tibbals, Shirk & Whitehead,
- MANUFACTURERS OF
srrovEB & HOLLOW WARE,'
Have • large and extensive assortmest of St: ►eai:
Wholesale and Retail.
THE IRON GATE
L • Ent-elass Coal Conk Stove, with or without raw.
volt, for hird or *oft o.al, or wood, aud is
BETTER THAN THE STEWART STOVE.
We al - o manufacture the
WHEAT. SHEAF & PEW ERA,
Bota low oven Coal Cook SUMS—vita wood Imala4/
can be used either for coal or wood.
Re are Mill manufacturing this os'ebratml MI
Store for wood—with or witdout rimanrolz.
leo Oyes Stowe for Wog/. Thu le a new Stove
beautiful design, and stow for eale— to getaer wit*
a large asooKisseat of elevated 071113 Cook.
Parl.sr Cook for wood or coal, and, Parlor -
sod Oftice Stoves, tor wood or coal.
O. H. TIENALS,, , D. SHIRK, ; W. H. WHITIEDIAD/
Sate, Jaa. 12, 1863—h.
slew Music Store.
PIANO FORTES AND MELODEONS,
From the following celebrated
Steinway & Sons, N ew York.
Itmabe & Co., Baltimore, Md.
Lindeman A Roos, New fork.
Wm. B. Bradbury, New York. •
John B. Conti am, New York.
Grovesteen & Co , New York.
Geo. A. Prince A Co., Burk% N. Y.
Carhert, Needham & Co. New York.
Prios at a Large Discount below Kim
PIANOS FROM. $250 TO smoot
Also, Instruction Books and Sheet Mule,
AU persons wtabing a tint rate Maio Torte or Iteleale
on, are invited to call and examine our instruments ime.
fere purchasing elsewhere. •
Reed's Block, State street, nearly opposite the endOstia.
Ostia.=BlNA SNIT 4 . '
cr P. 9.—Frey Instrument warranted for eve yeti*,
BANK NOTICE! " •
Keystone National Bank of Elie.
BELDEN MARVIN, JOHN W. Rill OND,
ILINII MARVIN, RESTLIt TOWN,
- ORANGE NOBLE, Provident.
JOEN J. TOWN, Cashier.
The shore bank will be opened for the franaseti 03!
Monday, Dec. sth, in Hughes' Bic*,
West aide of State St.. between Seventh sad IVO
Satisfactory paper discounted.
Money received on Deposit.
Collections made and proceeds acessinted for with
. Drafts, Specie and Bank Notes botirht sod sold. '
A share of Public Patronage U respeothally
WHOLESALE AND . RETAIL.
Would rurpecifnily inform Um public that he has opined
No., 2 Hughes' . Block, Ei Is,
Whoa ha villal;raya keep on hand a hap mph a
CROCKERY AND WOODEN We b$
WINES: 44 41170101, CIGARS,
And inlathing sinsigly ter Ws fa an estahlkdiab: eta'
cr taw Y r•sogabii• 11111 lay etbie tan ta fhb