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Vi.t.LANI AND PINNY Crane per
.n ad,.tace TUNNY , D'iLLARN If not
es' Iv:t:on of the )ear. Fnuserthers
t,, (Airier will be charged FIN:tT CS3NII
.-1)n. Square of Ten Unite one in-
I t.,C) lamrti'Lla $1.40; -three laser
t ,,„„ rr ,.nth $2,00; two mouths $2,16;
months 0,60; One JOU 89 00;
'in proportion. Three rata.
stnelr s :herr,: to, no!ees changed by special
0 .; lion of the publishers. Audi.
1,4 t; 1T.171, Divorces and like advertise
}: At,iicictrstor's Notices $B,OO ; Leeal
„ r .nt‘•l."; Marriage rotipasrwrawr.
tt outoarrNotices (over those lines
re! !toe. Original poetry, on
' of the editor, one dollar
11 str,.t.4,lenta will be continued at
; vr,.111 Advertising, until ordered
unless a specified period ti
—v:o have one of the beet Jobbing
and are ready to do any work i n
entrusted to us, in equal style
outside of the largest cities!.
At: ,os should he addressed to
Puh'isher and Proprietor.
J 111,th.E1.1 ,
fB roma y aw LaW. Ridgway
1 , 6 1 511 7r ,etic.. In adjoitabg Countka.
( . 1
' AT LAW, Girard, Erie County,
-usineu attended to with
1% truant: ,
~r , ,12.111 AT LAW, In WAnteell OF.
Pa. ling 7
iiIOK+R I.! YR and Dealer in Stationary,
s:.vrgraperA, &e. Country dealers
rru Flotol,fronting that Park.
Lilt S 31tHVIN.
ITrouNKTo AID COCNSELLOith AT LAW.
nem . North Welt corner of the
JCFT:CR nr eat nun. Otlessecond
TrA, ir.vql Street, between Fifth and
ATT hsa AT LAW. Rid Pa
Csmerna and Jefferson cou rate .
0.65-Iv.) W. W. WILBUR.
3ii titRION" ROUSE.
I goaket •.;treet—one square east of
Wirr.n. Ps. Sept.
ti,lll'lll l _ .' r i
o• me Pitecrc F'aragot• Block.
R.,;, (Fernr Hall, Erie, Pa.
%v. 1:1:‘ \ 1• 1 1`1.
, 16• PT AT Lot AND iCBTICE or TRIC PILL CIA.
Pt' ,sir.. CAP, ',neer and Cnil eflOr •
'inc, uthw est corner of Fifth and
rZONINBILIUMB. M the new
-p ir & e, hai n hand a large annrt
.,.pr,-4 Pr ‘conons. Wood and Willow Ware,
tiro, recntr, $c . to which be re
, cii. att-n1 on t 4 thr pablie. Pillikfled that
I...roriac as can be bad in ea• part
I,:rtßr AT SALE STABLE, on Eighth
~0 State and Freud, Fine Honig and Car
,. res.NoasN'e !LIN. my2TBl-Iy.
tr, impleamaiim. Railroad Carty
w!v,}: KCo,Pi. Um E. O. Onigortg,
• a new and handsomely lifted op
Yam f 011,1 f the beat Trontinir and Hunt
,R;ds- ,faa. Cevamodiins lioonts,Cle•n
Tsq. .n.l If.drrate Prices- The public
• cqu'ly , licited. sepl4-13
ATTOANIT AT LAS--0111ce au 6thstrsel.
me the Court donne. Eris.l%.
DRALEst tl Dirt (keno, Groanttii,
gtn!wite, Nall% (11.'w, seed. Fluter, etc , cue.
I, greet end Pubite Square, Erie. Pa. lain'
LC AND AA 1.13 STABLES,
roe.NER or FRENCH AND 7rrt STRSTETR, FRIT.
, NT Provision Good II maw end Carea;.-.ea
had st moaerata price*. Sept. VA, 14156-ly
.10 , 1K.ECTI : 4 171rOit.
WHOUSAAN AND arra'. DaaLinesi's
and I'mrt~i~ne, rlonr and Yoe; Wood and
%%neg., Liqunnt, Tot a.:o. Sozari. &a., St‘tp
it to Totrig'e, 110110 Ititnewmal
Duil e r_iu Groceries, Pieducte, Proviiions,
,Pow and Storm Warr, Mute, Liquor*, he.,
apposite the Postottice, gne, t•a,
• ' unig3llS-1 y
Of fi r
•ng Ittinivi. BLAIR ROndiIrA*CPACTC HEE
Rinds:tire/Vs Block. Erfoin.
NT ZICPPA, IIIUTPIB DI lia;.•
LL.—L.l, , rt.r • , PT - 0811 . 1
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T. I A.. 11. IriA howly flew up itt the cr. PI , r
.. , trot not to sleek in t Le
• , of sll PoAeafter T 11141.1, i1t.12
q lIIICCECK,R /1; CO
of tie Treauu . 7 Department tad
.4C, I , .:. lyaer for Sohfherr ' Washington,
',... e, C./. r,k.;ea' ' ertth Beajamlo Gra tt, Cpl..
.: f,,x.. ,Vat. ua a I.,ek. Ene. PA. Iltalt.erf,
-/ al i. 1,7,14 c.iil edted with edialty %nil din.
I 0:3 I t,taaled and matfett:a. Applications
:la: : V.se:: le I to. Yr. P. hssloz hat sev•
—1.,e.:,,,,:, fa the detars of the soarioas De
.4,.e azderot he esa realer most e‘tiesett ry
.Itll4 all lords of Government claims.
ale s EWING,
A rrlivcri AND CoCIISILL_9B3 AT LAW
6 OC St., new:lilts Crittenden fall
. ^ l. (7,14 e-tiles and all other legel bast
Seaaero, Erie, Warren and "erre
it, 4., to c3-efullt , and proadp.ly.
4. Gelb:alai e Whitman & Brecht
k Marlin, Erie, Pa.
•a. 11 ,, a. S. P.Jakinicat, W. D. Brown
t Warren, Pa.
FILLNITi itlf. STORE.
'' , .;zo.nrcned a new Fanittura &tore,
BrILDING, FRENCH STREET,
nnr tont% EX(TEDIN"GLY
' u+ a cal , we will onde‘vor to
GRCKS Lk, LIEN DitICK4.
COMM:CI tr. COLLEGE
—?.-I.ltzt Ponc.otl. Oro. W. GCNNISON.
, fC,mmercial Law.
!'wa; S.ray'llA, new ClassiflOstiott of A.
Ira •t Ortilll2/11111 ead aOlll
- f: Lew. 'utuosticial Antit
'•, • tr., for ladies and soot,. Th.
'art, c. , ,a?.reheod the whole basic of
it: I titit , it every possible varlet
+nr s.d elNon, hocks. '.o expense will be
leirsnt, Trwe'leal and p•rma-
Toe City of AOhoole " ?tactics' A
emp 4 nyed. Terms—Tutth n
finlitles and greatest tn.
•. 1 : e. for Cir_alara.
CANAL, BLTWEr.N: ECOND TITLED STA.,
. 4 1 have, nanneieei themtelves, and•r
1, o r tv t Chills in the Potter/ Fai •I •
' thi cunt, b-tween tea nd
te ptt.nn• R e of thio ous'avitoro of the old
th• Prunisp '
co A: ea kayo, to give f i r i g; et 7 . l4;;f l - " a.
• JAY S. CHILD§.
ICE TO PK 11.40;414 PRODUCk
rannitiz n Vagot Lino (mem Iris to Re
t: twi t of P tiPti•lphis k Erie railroad, awl wishas.li
, lI I , :TABLZ3 AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
It ory have *stabile/0i • D.pot on
tte rm.r of the 014 lUed Rom, -
1%721 STATE AND FRZNCH BUMS,
v b *VI be et all timei ready to mein and ply
' ELIEET LULU? nytorr
"t'• 'AE haTinz Produce for eite aro rigged.
t•1',1i.53-tt call. IL ;an for Marlust Depot„ Fifth 8t ;
NAY k JACKSON
0 TRH NICHYOUN DEBILITITUD,
oTreiDESPOwDENT Or BOTHBOTHSKXV-I.—A grant intl.
r heeler/ been restored to healtblo slew days. after
Omni , yea, Of InNerf, in Willing to tit bla eirrette/
fellow-eresturesby media/ tfreej on the rseriot of •
postpaid aila.essoil envelope, a copy of the fererefa o
core mole 'rd. Direct to
JOHN N. DAGNALL,Box 183 Poet OID
IP you WAST To KNotv A lIATTLO OP
EVERYTHING relating. to the bunion system,
and fends-; the ceases- Ina tarameat of daemon tli4
rurrhave euatorne of the world ; hoe. to .assry well, and
a thousand things borerpabßodied be fi rr, read the re
shred and enlarged vdlttlir of MIDIOAt OoIIIOS Putts,
o canna. b3Cdc for curious people, and a good hoot tor
every one. 400 poses. 100 ItlnstraVons. Price SI 60
Contents table s oat free to any address. Rooks may be
had at the bunk Flores, or will be sent .by miff, post
paid, on receipt of the prloe. Address,
E. B FOOTS, M. D.,
TllO Broadway, New York.
VAi,UAfil.l5 I CI ClPR.4.—Lizeit Biz With your
permiroilo, I wish to may to thileZderz of sour
pYper that I will send, bV 'skarn mail. to all who wish
It (free; a recipe with full Mr...glycol-for makipg and
rt-log a simple Vegrtz - le Balm, that will eityctoalle to
move, in ten nays, Pimples, MOlChei, Tap, Fryck:es, and
all imrurPi.s of the Skin, levying. the atm. soft, clear,
smooth, and hezutlfuL l will also carol free to thou
having Bald Reads or flare Faces simple directions and
Information, that will erosble them to have a foil growth
of Luxuriant Bair, Whiskers, or. a Ifonytecbe, .0 tors
than thirty days. These recipe. are s veictible vo both
old and yriang.and es the , Alt ZWICK' to all who n e w
than k free of charge they are worthy the attention of all
who prize a elesr, pare skin, or a healthy growth of hair.
All applications • ,sweryd tr.• ry tura mall, without
charge. Respectfully vaunt,
IHO4. P. CHAPMAN.
Chainlet and Perfumer, No. 831 Broadleaf. N. Y
(1111.10YliPINIAPM BIIKW.-1. pamphlet direct
1. , g how to apeetiCy restore sight and give up doc
tor of -alarm. Brut by mall. frt.. on receipt of 10
cents. ♦ddrese FL 8. FOOTB, AL D.,
-am 1130 Broadway. Kew York.
A CARD TO INVA Di4a•—•A Glergamui whibi
residi/g In South Amence as a miesisnary, ' diacov•
sired a is`ii and simple retnedy for tbe flare cri Neritoni
Weaknes., Fatly - Decay, Diseues of the Urinary, and
Seminal °rob., and the whole tsain of disorders
brnukht en by banteal and VICIOUS habits. Great Auer.
bars have been slresdy cured by thia noble remedy.
Prompted fiv a deals* to benefit the edimted and nage
tunste. I will send the recipe f : sr prewiring and using
thi• medicine, in a ...sled envelope, to toy one who
needs D. Orel of Manes Please Unload a poet-paid
envelope, addressed to yourself •
Address, dfialtPti T. INMAN,
se7-3ms Station D, Biblatotuie, New YOrk.
TUE MOTUKIIPS RELIEF,
OR CORDIAL FOR CONFMEIIZNT.
nig Cordial he been tent eele , rated among' Females.
for is pe nliar strengthening and sonthing qualities.
asol i•.e time for • few wee s pmvions to confinement is
slid to ensure a sate stud easier confinement, m nil e
eper.dy getting up.
It eau now be had cry r•dle prepare• according to the
arigies! fermu'c—from the Extracts of Partridge berry
aloe, Cramp bask, Ctulophelluna, etc., etc. Thou wish
ing to nte en h a Preparation will find It much better to
Dramas this than to underlske as many do, to prepare it
th ,n3selges, as this p•tparation contales the full virtues
o; the ingtedmrim in a concentrated and reliable form
Prl•e per bottle, two dollars. Pre - fired and sold by
au3l-tf J. rt. CARTER, Ene. Pa.
Dlt: 1.1111,11.411ALLN CATARRH ISNI3II,F.—This
Sniff hag thoroughly proved Resit to be the beet
artiele known for curing CLYAIt4II. COLD IN TILI lIIIAD
end Hcanaciti. It has been [band an excellent remedy
in many „maw of Suss fires DILMIO3I , beg been re roved
by it. and Hemerso his often been greatly impromd
Its use. It is fragrant and agreeable, and gives 1101E01-
ATC RICLIR e to the dull heavy pains caused by disease'
or the Read. The sensations arter awing It are delightful
and invigorating. It opens and purges out all 'ob
structione. strengthens the gland/ and gins • healthy
lotion to the parts affected.
More than thirty years of sale and use of Dr Rerslialrs
Catarrh and Headache Snuff has proved Its great value
for all the common diseasee thistles/4, and at this „mo
ment It stands higher than ever before . It it recommend
ed by many of the beet physicians, and is used with great
B agmen and yetisfacticio even where. Read the Cectillesbe
of Wholesale Druggist+ In 15.54:
The undersigned having for many TOMS been sequin
led with Dr. Marshalrs Catarrh and thada•be Anuit,and
"old in.intr Wholesale trade, oheerfialle elite that we be
lieve it to be equal, In every respect, to the neenitunsoda•
tions given oft for the ears of Catarrh &feet:lOUs. and
that it Is decidedly the beet ertlete we have ever known
for all common disease, of the Dead.
Burr & Perry, Reed, Austin & C 0... Brown, Lamson
Co., Reed. Cutler fc Co.. Seth' W. Fowls. Wilson, Fairbank
& Co., go -ton ; Rene/law, Edruauds & Co w A . H R a y ,
Portland, He.; Rayne. & Pirk, A. B.& ii:Piandi,Stephen
Paul k Co., Israel Minor e Co., ReComeon k Robbing, A.
L. &mill & Co., M. Ward, Clow & Co., Bush k Gale,
For male by all Druggists. Try it. . lisp2r66-ty.,
STOP THAT eiCIitTCHINGIt
CURE THAT ITCH, BY 'BENI
Carter's Sztroet of Madelion mid Bitter ilirwt,
AND CARTER'3 YELLOW OINTMENT!
This Extract cures all kinds of Itch, Rryalpalas, Salt
Rheum, Toter, Scald Read, Ulcers, Old Sores, Roils,
Pimple Carbunclee, Liver and Kidney Complaints.
Rheumatism and' all other Disuses arising from an im•
pars cneittt a of the blood.
Sams:utile and Burdock, Cream of Tartar and Sal.'
phur, Red Pmelpitat. and Rrimatone, all fall to cure
this modern mongrel Itch now eo prevalent thmairWint
the country. - Rat the Extract of Dandelion and Bitter
Sweet is just the remedy net It, as it acts on the Lly-r,
qlmalairs all the secretions, opens the pores of the
skin, and ins natara and eat,. way throws oat all thick,
poisOnotia or impure matter, and leaves the eh,
culation free, the blood pare;the skin clean, - the corn
pleaion else, and the whole system free from disease. It
is a medicine that cannot be wed without benefit, and
Carter's Yellow , Nib:rent 4 uneolallai le:anf ether
Ointment in the wort for the ' , peed! and eft i etwal•elif•
of the itch and all other sect! eruptions. Also sour
pfamed in Scrofulous Sams Ulcers. Venn arid Old Sores
that are bard,to beat, and of magical *Mean, In the cur •
of Piles. It only needs trial to l's approved. -
Price of Ruble, $l.! Of Yellow Ointment, SS eta, Or
taken toretber, fl 26.
Sold by all Taipei:aside Druggists. - &tali!
D R. TALBOTT ,
, •oninowil of highly Concentrated Retreat from
Roots end Ruh* of the ere %text medial value prepare]
from the nessel presets: en of the eelearated Dr. Tel-
Art, ad used by him with remarkable Seeneto for
twenty ream. An infaiiible remedy , le all DIACAligi
of the LIVER, or. 14 derangementai the DIGIISTIVE
The• Oros Diarrbari. Dive milt, Pow ifola, Jaundice
81110001 MS Liver Complaint.
The weal-knows Dr flail says of these Tilie : heed
sa•dthe fermata from which your Pius are made. to
my prattle' far over ie yews f thrf hive the Meat et .
feat spot the Liv-r and Dorval,. Organs of Say medi
cine in the weed, and are the most perfect Purgative
which has ever set been made by anybody. Thee are
cafe and pleasant to take, bat piwcfrfal to curs Their
penetrating properties etimalata the vital ref vities of
the body. remove the obstrattinas of its organ*. pertly
the b ood, and expel &wee. The• eerie out the- foal
hum , re which breed and grow distemper, stimulate
staseish or dieorlered organs into their natural action,
sad impart a healthy tone with stungth ti the Whole
elite= Not emir da they care the every day cam=
p anti of everybody. but also f =triable and dings caul
cis-sees, and being purely writable ate free from any
rick or harm."
They errwe pare blood and mew° all impurities
from th; system, hence ere a oaaltire cure for revere,
FI , adache. Piles Nerrurel D te.elleht and Hereditcry
Denim-. floss—for aril% one Pill in the moralise I
for eh ildreflonider B years, hells Pttl. •
Price One Dollar pon. Hot Trade supplied or mitt,:
Mail. post paid. ti any part' of the United Atites or
Canada on receipt of prim . None genuine without tb.
(cc-simile sirmaturs of V, Mott Talbott,
V. MOTE r tta Orr Co., Proprietors,
0e.765-ly No 6Z Fulton street, New York.
FNKI.B Jt. LYON SEWING MAOIII
The tollowinc (!Us demonstrate that these
alines , ampriss the highest improvements in the sawing
Machine Art, : .
1. Bach Machin* le guamstead to glee bettersatistes
tino than any other Sawing Machias 's' Market, or money
refund•d r •
2. They hare token many of the highest remiume at
the moot important exhibitions and fal:s ever held 15
the Uoitxtl State..
3 They mate OM leek stitch alike on both sides—that':
wring half the threat and silk a eel in .the raveling-,
r'dce-seams of the loop stitch - and eirsilerthreeid Ma
4. They, are adapted to the widest range of heavy and
6. They have no rattling wire' or delicate attack•
mints to get out of order.
O. ?bey regain' no taking apart 'to deka or oil, sal
no Leos one "to sat neioMe, regulate tension, or over
ate Machina •
7. Our New Manufacturing Mackin* is especially,
adapted to Shoe fitting...Olove Meaufseturing, Tailor
ing. ka ., and Is not equalled by any Machine in market..
Please call and examine aid demonstrate for ',tont
self, or send for Ciente, with, mum pie of sewing.
N. B.—Agents wanted.
FINKLE k LYON S.U.Cb,
se2l dm No. 638 Broadway, New Tork.! .
Fll3ll 800 fi1111.16-111 oanseinenca of poor:
_L" health, tle Inbult's, is loaned to offer for sale
Du Farm, 'yin • upon the south aids of Girard tnern4hlp,
s , i" county, one mile from the 'Wags of Lockport. It
contains 135 acme, l'O of which are improved and le •
WO state of cultivation, well fenced. wall veined. mad
baring a Irst-rabo orchard, mostly atilt" trait. The
bni dings are goad. Persons wiphing to ramhaew a farm
will find it of alesatage to look st this owl. Inquire
on the premims of .
_Oil CIS BE COOPER.
E ir I also offer for sale my farm of 106 acres, g of a
mile south of the above , Whig good buildings, fume,
froth hc... and in an Ai:reliant stele of ealtiwatico.
eeptn*Ar li, 18654 re sr. J. COOPLEt,'
• OHNTLIIMAN, eared of Norpolospobtlity.
onto?* Dortay, t'A Meta of Oothfal lod
wils be Weir to letratal when with the mew pt
cure, !/rte of dam.). This rowdy la aispiolooto, mid
Per tall pi Alcam o try titan imakplow &Urals
JOHN 8. OGDEN,
srfle•Uut M Nola stmt. Nov Tali
, •T'WO DOLLARS'AICI? atm Ati:PER YIr3R,iIF PAID IN ADVANCE; - 101',:4:01.0417,14,1D OF THE, *it.
- it N. P WILLIS'.
[Of this graceful and truly imaginative pa
em, the greatest of all American, critics and,
00.4 4 Edgar Allen Poe, has veer—justly gala
it is the trout . poem ever written by'tdi:
Willis :" • - • - t s
The shadows lay along Broadway- . .
I"was near the twilight tide,.
Apds!owly there alady fsit!
Was walking in her pride. ,
Alone walked the,' yet' viewlessly
Walked spirits by her side. • •
Pesce chigmed the sheet beneath her feet,
While Fisher charmed the air;' .
And all aetir looked kind on her
And called hergood as fair—
For all God ever gave to her
She kept with chary cart. .
She kept with core her beauties:rare
From lovers warm and true.
For her heart was cold to all but gold,
And the rich came not TO woe.
Ah, honored well ere chorine to:sell
When priests the selling do.
• Now walking , there was one more fair s .
.A slight girl. lily pale,
And she had unseen company
To maks the spirit quail—
'Twill, want and scorn she walked forlorn
And nothing could avail.
.No mercy now eau clear her brow
`For this worrd's peace to pray—
For, its love's . wild prayer dissolved in sir,
Her woman's heart gava way ;
And the pin forgiven hy. Christ, in Heaven .
By man is cursed alway,
A Girl that would be Married, and
• Why, • •
" ells bad by industry and scone=
my aecumulated a large property. He was
a tnan •of rather superior .natnd-and aer
quirements, bit. unfortunately became
addicted to habits of intemperance.
turally loud elf company, and 'possessing
superior epnvermtional powers, bis
pany was mob ' sought and' he -becirtie
eventually a sot. Hin'wife .was a .fsieble
woman, without much deei. ion of charac
ter ; but, an only child was; the reverse,
illustrating ore of those singular liws of
nature, that the females oftetiesitake af
ter the flither in 'character and personal'
peculiarities, and • the males after their'
mother. . g
Mary was well aware of the consequen•
ces Abet would inevitably follpw..her
er'S course. and bad used every exertion
of persuasion and reaaon in' her power to
induce him to alter his habits but with
out avail.; his reaolutions end - promisee
could not witliatand temptetipaotrid he
pursued his own downward,course k till the,
poor girl despaired' of reforM. and 'greiv
busty realized what the enitimat result in.
- • Jiahn , Dunn was itiounirwlett. both the
East. possessed of good education.sas all
our New England boyearo , with their ip
domitsble industry and perseverance, and
was working on tbe.farm of 'neighbor*
Mary, on going on some errind to :thei
next house met lira on the road with the
usual , salutation—" Good suorning, Mr.
' Go;A morning, Watts. How is
your health ?'
' Well, I thank you, but to tell . the troth,
sick at heart' : • .
'Pray, what is the trouble nomad. John.
'.What can affect you, a cheerful. lively
girl . like you, possessing everything that
can make you haPpy "
'On the contrary, to make' me miser
able. lam almoatnveary •ot life, But it
is a subject I cannot explain to you ;,arld
yet I have sometimes thought 1 . 13000. 0 , ,
'Anything that I Can do for you, MiSa
Watts, you may freely considand!
That is tiromisingmororthan you would
be willing to perform. • bit to breale•the
ice at once, do you want a wife?' t •,, .
'A wife! Well. 1 don't know.
want a husband?'
' Indeed I do,, the woirstiray: T dali't
know but- pit may thlfili -me bold; and
deficient in that maidenly modesty tit
coming a woman, hnt did you know. toy
situation. and the afflictions under which
I suffer, I think it would 'be some eicuiS
for my course.'
• Have you thought of the consequen
ces ?' said John ; ! my situation-7440
poor—you are • rich-I ,stn, a, "trumps / 7
' Indeed I haye; I am almost
Let me explain—you and every one ela
know the situation of my fathero. I His
habits are fixed beyond amendment, and
his property is wasting like, the dews be
f)re the sun.• A lot of harpies are drink
ing big very heart's blood,. and 'rain and
misery are staring us in theface. We are
almost strangers, it is true; tut I : hate
observed you closely. Your habits,'your
industry and ate care and prudence vtith
which you have managed your employer's
business, have always interested s '
And yet, my dear young tady, wind,
otatyou know of me to warrant. you du
taking such an importantatep ?' -
It is enough for me that I am satisfied
with your character and habits—your per
son and manners. I am a woman 'and
have eyes. We are about the wade age; •
so, if you know me 'nod like me well
enough to takente,tbere is my hand!'
And, my dear Man. there's mine with.
all my heart in . it. Now, • when do you '
desire it t 6 be settled ?' •
' Now, this minute ; 'give tub your arro,l
and we will go to Squire Benton'a and:
have the bargain fin ished at once. Iflou'ti
want to enter our louse of distrust again!
until I have one on whom I can "rely,,to
control and direct "the affairs of my dial
consolate home, and to support me in my'
determination - to turn: overn new lest
our don:main attars.' ;•
' But not in this old hat, and in m
shirt sleeves, Mary , ,
' • I am in my old kun bonne
and dirty'apron.' It yeti are oontent Zs
it be:-done at onoe, , I hope,ynts
chink Lam so hard pushed as,that corn.
to; .but I want a master, . Lam willing to
be mistress. "I will ta'ke . you home and - ink
untie - es you as my own dear husband-4
'igned, sealed and delivered,' - ,
.` So be it—permit me -to say, that,.
have always admired, you .fry the firs
minute I saw you, for. your heity and en
gosi, John, "if that is sincere, !MI- is 4
the happiest moment- of my life, . and I
trust our union ,long and,bappY.
I am the only one, my father, hears* ;
but. alas! his resolutiqua, are, like ropes of.
sand. I can manage him on' ail s biter
you ay take eliarge of his-busi
ness, and hare soltroontrof - ; there will be
no -diffloulty...l : am : confident. of. the .re
- ' - •• •
• -They Were married t and'a . more ' happy
match neyer „ wee .golpillptolll4. Eferr.,
thing prospered; ,lionsea awl barns were
repaired, fences and' gates' were
and the extensive Seidl Smiled and flotr
ished like ear• Edeh. The unfortunate
father in stew port -senkinto a drunk
ard's grave.. Mary and, John xaisede is ge
,and they still live reepontad and
wealthy—all frost att energetic girl'; tests.
foretleMght and"courtge: t :1
" the'Oenitts:of" Weir York eitir; tilltearloy
cDepity..:l4aa.lioesratibl3s4sit It re.
leafs the ineredible fact Hitt the *lna*
Lion of that city. instead of Increasing,
has decreased 91,10 kin the last five years.
ERIE -P4:4 Tqug DAiir • fTf11.147:0 o -1".9 - 0 1 #00 :,1805,`
trial," !is the vast!? oe
childhood. -."MlYtin L iwas et child,
Po MIT 14 1 age. •,,. • - -
The reason .why SOMA; ',Copia put on
'ninth' _because they 'have
",*6.llng candidate for the lekal prates.
.on .was asked _What 'he 'shfilld do when
Bret askeitto bring tie action. " Ask him,
for ten dollars on account, P, was . the
prompt, replY.., IlePsuised:,
.AugustzuvAnolittle iiia been in sottore,
hbout.three months when i bis ompluier.
asked him what part of .the business, he
•To ,which the elegant- ; youth replied :.
..Sbuttin' up, Str.",.
I A New York jurt.hihrjuit decided that
i man who puts his—feet on the benches
on a theatre . , and kndulges in loud talk,
;may be put 'out:" We wish that's Court
;would some day decide that a fellow who
[ spits a puddle of' tobacco juice around his ,
seat, at a place of - amusempnt may,also,be ,
'put out. ...,
Some,i,Cotrdies, at.Lockpoit, N. Y.; en-,.
tered &barn where a number of squaws
Were lodged: and "made instating propose&
te-them. Being rejected• they resorted to
bruit, and toe squaws whipped ihem-sw-i
fully... A. cheer for the squaws. . , •, .
iteu'uiof - ill Sorts.
• „ . 3( r. r 17 I
Brant toon ale Orals- gomoyoup s ad
wards intolerfut, •
W,9 haze military eolith
• sheeegVeidniMfiAir .
u+•:: • P. •
Mr. Brown, married man, of New 'Ter
se,. is dealt. c Brown end an . aadoe
t iusenio had . potnethitsg to do with the
transaction. ; ;
' Anna (to her beau)—Frederiolc, what
city is that you are going to visit this fall?
on have no objection, I am go
ipg-to Haifa Ants.
Prentice/ages of an editor, who said be
'l-melt a rat," that if he did, andlhwrat
smelt hie?, the poor rat bad..tha werst i of
the hargain, _No doubt of it:
" /low long did Adana remain . in Pais
dise before ilniied•t" . said' all amiable
spouts to her btabind; • • • •
• H Till he got a wito,"' was • the oaten re
A party of children recently discovered
s bemh shell,in the' woods near Brandin
'pare:Ky. ;While preying with the dell
exploded, killing end wottnding aineof
he children. . . • .
An editor describing- the doings of a
ai dog. says; " Ho bit a cow in the tail
rf hich has•sinbli tifel."' This wits very dn
orttmete for the tail ; but , we naturally
eel some interest' to know .srbst , becanie
the 'now: •: , • • . . r
. , .., .
i'lsit 'possible, Miss,- thatioudont , know
he natneof 'some of your . best friends.?""
winked k gentletuan of a lady: . " Car=
ainly," she replied, "I don't men know
hat [waste maybe e year hentm.',/ -,
Suoctpth.--rAn - ungallant-editor of . - a'
extern Taper 'speaks of thei"disgusting
ulk of 4 somebodyN hair and hiew.own pin
nshioor" that digfigirres the • head 'of a
PlOon 11 .M.'' ' ' ' ''
An Irishman, fresh from the sod; was
eating some cheese, when he found to his
dismay..thst ,it contained ,living inhabi
tan4. " Bei jabfl;s," said he, ":doe's your
obsp;in this country tai after hiving chiV
der :r •
' A gislitlernaff who complained tilt he
was suffering from •stin•stroke, explained
by saying -that his family had been blessed
by the addition of .twin bays; .
kgreenhorn standing by a Jawing ma
chine at which a young,lady was at work,
kKolied alternate's , at thk machine and its
tali; operator, 'at length neve' vent to big
admiration with--Ity golly, WI party,
'specially that-part. covered with midi
kerr - t•
• The rebel General, Simon Boliver Buck
ner, has turned wilier, and assumes charge
of 'the New prleaox revived by
the 'rebel' colonel Nixon, who fermerly
owned It. -
The wines' and liquors of the Iste
Thornst o."Arnory-werasold•tir auction at
B4sion on Thursday, and brought im
mense priees—hrandy selling ai .hish as
$3O per bottle. The stiles realized $125:000.
If rich, it is easy enough to conceal our,
wealth, but it poor, it is not quite so easy,
to conceal our poverty. I% shall ilnd tnat .
it is less difficult to hide a thousand grlin-'
ass than one hole in your coat. • •:
„ • •
The Boaton Post says that Mrs. Caroline
Ha 7 rden.'of Bedford, Haas. while' return.;
ins home. front Bolton , h ad her pocket
picked of a small sum of .money. Qn.;
reaching home thalady. discovered a $3OO
diamond ring ..in her pocket, which the
rogue had - doubtleis accidently dropped
while aceotaPlishing the theft'.
• 'The &Hewing error in punctuation ii
good iltustrittion of the use of the'commta
At it banquet this toast was giver: 11.4Wo
man-,rwithout her. man is s brute.” The
reporter- ha 4 it .printed, !!' Woman without
her man, is a brute." • ,
• A party of young men While digging for
roots some miles north of Vincennes, In
diana, diseoiered an old leather sack Omni
taining $7,000 in gold and $3OO in silver.
It is supposed that it bad been concealed
thereby ,an old man named Jones, .wbo
was septeneed to the Penitentiary some 42
years ago for robbeiy. ' • •
Tile hardest working man in tbrvforld
is the man who' has made a fortune and
'has to take care of it: No hank clerk -on
the salary of a thousand- dollars a year
goes to his bank as regularly or works as,
many hours, as William B. Astor, mho'
counts up his fo. ty millions. His fattier:
fitied to'saf -that he' hid' , 'to 'take rote ofj
rottyknillions, attd'althergot - for - it riashizal
victuals and clothes: - •• • . •
• A Harrisburg Pspei tells of 'titian iv
has- failed. in business four times:; betsa
upset in • Stage coach, and dram - down'
an embankment of ALTA, feet ; ,fell head!
foremost through an arcnarig .161 1 .tcr,41
Reading ;,has 'been married Area tones
and is the father of twenty one cbildfen
Yethe "still live," and - hrier-batileii , a
Harrisburg. , •
Two gaping 'ladies in Botefonrt -county
Va.; were 'recently attacked by • »hi
4. 0 4. t 4i0 5f .. ..4114%!9:9f. theta. 010*
tsa per iierms brooght, , r icang man
'win. G. Übode, thq rescue. He tot**
the derby the thrall; itictifterit despot 4
ate struggleauoiseded ielicdling hisnwit
.sietoner,- The Yoneit 'plan' 'who.. It Wel
Abe mostAccible town the lady,
is pcplicly disliked , the
.I .o Yrietiburg
' A Gerais's' has 'n1,1'644,14(1 'COnihite . ol
tironsen r at , Dresdin. and /the 'Maeda,
of the r'proossdings• is, v.simi
sotto ~,eniered,-,. the .rent & with 144
but tight-fitting costumes. • Three Teri
matched against' three, and they were tit
'gfie — theitv antagonists ' einnOlitte tlitcnis;
wrestling fashion, right - on shah-back&
The women are described' as lithe sad
Agile in _the eigrauP, and bripgiegdown
e req i ndAolayptalte u dui? prase 'twilled
in* dilating and elegant -atintorefons.—.
ibelleal heat • raniiiaal;lit tiwei ssc i oli .
al twitladtAintkemto MUM* /Atli.
big opponent on the ehease.
istiewas a gold watch and •obaitt. to the
victor. . .
••;. :;t. .j
t.. :•. r, „. , • ,
- i. „
.pi . ugspqa Aso Duo:11 , 018..7-4A %%atom .
Plitlenctltif oettniente pi newspaper and
ntedloal amain •:It 10 a notorious fraitihsif
.dootorsrbflts add ifewemier bills ire the
Isetaisoottnts is therms oNsenty man's
In t441+84 Rh kt• 4* Woks 0,-Ps*Yiull.
Virhateyer_ pier ne Ids ability to pay, no did4Fe6oe if 'etiestic be ILlA • with Old'
misty dollars, "he 'thinks lathe' indefinite'
'time will do to setttethe aforesaid, ae
,slunts.• ViSpler ketiikoiilEntio
'tinker/ ' , notion' that the predict* of a. phyi
skims andthe publishing aria newspaper.
ate,usere *custom prafealiktne, follpweikfor.,
imu.etsetit's sake. and for . the cost of
vrtileit little 'or nothing is eripeisdei. Yet
there frnot,lirthe whole round.nt bud.
.nesa, aa-far as we know. s more expensive
employ-meat than that of publishing a
TAXING 17P, DIDIPTCONT ausisksa3.—Al
man 'Who naked - bow it happened that
many beautiful ladies- took up with 'hut
indi fferenthusbandastter many finoofEers,
vu hue aptlyiumwered ' by a Me!Uutsia
maiden :yodrigTriend of berg, during
walk. keqU'eeted'' her to' ko Into a
coieBf4l43; and there get'hins the band
sourest ?matt -she mem get. It in nice go.
inCsbrougb. without kipping, She went,
an 4 incomin g out, brought him quite a
.mean reed. When he asked' if that was
thb handsomest she A*. " ad."
plied she. " I - saw may liner as I went
along, but.l kept on in hopes of a much
:botter.„until L him'gotten nearly through,
and then "Was 'obliged, to select 'the best'
wairleft„ik - - ' • •
The Way in wisieliaome treat, or would
14kwto treat, the South • is not inaptly il
lustrated by the, aneodote,of the Dutch
matt who ,whipped .his,,eog and, gat hint
clown in a corner. The led continued to
inaVcsi whithper, and being unable to get
over the grief of 1 .hi, castigation soon
enough-.to snit the kaput:tent lather. when
the 'utter sternly said : " flatus, wot you
Sinking?" "I'm tinkiog noting, daddy"
" Trans, you He ; you're tinning damn, and .
whip you again:l7
At a protracted meeting recently held
out West, an ancieo sister in the church
arose and 'said ) "I see young ladles here
that thinlelinore olgiswgews, furbelowi,
ribbons and laces' than - they do of their
Creator. I loved them once and adorned
my hat with French artificial flowers.
bright colore I ribbons and sky blips trim
mings. but I found they were dragging
the down to destruction, so •I tee* theca
off.-and gave them to my sisterl"
A fientleirmn, who had the curiosity to
*rend i.ilakaja answering . au, - advertise 7.
meta, which promised valuable advice for
that amount, received bx,mait
t he follow
ink answer : • ' ' .
-Pricked, for' your tan cents. postage,
please find enclose(' advice Wig*: reett,
of.,frett value to you.,
. At many persons r
are injured, for week*, months and years
Wthe careless 'use'-of a knife,=therefore,
Int advice is, when you use a knife always
whittle from you. .
Tun .Pooa Weiss PZOPO.—Yesterday. a
'Radical Republican , whose sympathy, for
his "oppressed" African brothers find
'sisters never extends to his `poiketi; wai
;Beard to wonder what "would beam* of
;the poor nestro this winter r ; A bystander
answered his question Yankee fashion, by
inquiring. "what wilt beanie of the poor
!soldiers' widows and little ones; who. hare
ibeen robbed of their natural, protectors,
'and.left homeless and .destitute?" The
. . • • c.,-;1_ •4. •
• Wit •v Is • *OMAN'S Miesror ?=-Themo•
; manumit question' being • asked 114 'ether
'everitng.'Spooney said : •
As woman was the—aw--infewiaw,an
lirrutl. be thou ght her mission was
—wait 'on the supewlaw—tobe—aw—sawt
of hen** . servant, and *see abort. one's
idintintra, ands--aw—furnichaw and other
TEls Taut Giorranart.—Bfo gentleman,
:we mean not to draw a line that would he
invidiOns between the high and low rank, -
,and Subordinate, riches and poverty. The
'distinction is in 'the mind. Whoever is
open, loyal and true; whoever, is of ha
;male and , affable .demeanor; whoever is
!b'cinorable to himself ) , and in judgment to
in& requires no law bra his`wortil
:to make him fulfill his engagement--arch
a man is a gentleman. e - "
Among, the inventions at the American.
I T r ostitute, Wew York, ie an ingenious ar
rangfinoent by which blittons ' may be at.'
twilit to any garment witbeut the use of
needle and timed. -,, lisishoUght to make
'the inventor's fortune. Bachelora who.
have no wives to depend upon for seeing
them properly 'buttoned, and wives with
irritable husbands, Whose. temper become
affected by the &biases of 'buttons on their
clothing, must hot& appreciate so useful
A Goon Inaa.—Prentios save : 't The
Work of granting peed/ins at Washington
proceeds steadily, but slowly. We cannot
help thinking of the idea of Dr. Frank
lin. who, when a boy. got mosey standing
upend listening to grace at every meal,
and rekbeetfully asked his father whether
itwotildn't do just as 'well to say grace
over the •whole pwk:barrel at ones:" .
A young gentleman of eighty-four having
taken to the altar a young damsel of &bent
sixteen. the clergyman said to him,: "This
font, is at the other end of the eldreh t .
sir." "'Whit do . ' Want With the font?"
laid the happy groom: "Oh. I beg yoke
pardon," Iliad the ' clerioal wit ; " I tho't
you. br " ought the child here to be christ
Tiu Atruence. 7 .-The following verso oOtt
lairie all the Letters of the 'alphabet, - and
may be need SS an a X excise • for young
children in treerinrt!nr,lettere:
eivetiltio gramitg on' hie' meat,
And . haat - the sheep'. low my,
Vat men, who tastes lire &Met
3hould joy.to lift his pisisaphigh." - -
• 'A.•,gir4 out' became tited
atiingle; btemodnass, thin; *rots to bar
" Dews Jim :—Coine rite ot; you're cony
ire at allt.'causo Saps: Itoluses is' livilSiini ,
thit I aid' hive bite, aril 'he Mtge' an'
kisses:W*4A eientleuitilyv I isn't itewohe
much longer. I Sams sage a feller afore!
,neat "flaw, I, caul *tend it any longer. ,
youosoe,, , . !him . Aung.
It ti 4old'of l a Connecticut Old ofticeij
beak. itquainted With farm-luethau sol-.
Meting; thetas's/us .tirsouistanosi tdatied i
him in command of his regimen" at, Hato',
AfF.aag be: wished tO. 9bliqao .his . Hue in l i
marching, and give' ' the' ordeir,.' 4 Haw'
atouhd tbit renff-paqicile."•' '• - - 1.• I
T i 'iteeisles "-rf;tuitieesols . .
dierw ere goti
thi *opposed to nottet.44l.venty-fonr eui
et aoroe, haviegippeayesk on tie court
docket in La Crolse, Pamorelised, wivee
.griple;y it the . rait* -- ,
A lg. leitilibirVai,whiii weerobblisgu
inooll'ln whietra ?wing tidy was elee#ll4
could not resist the temptation of luesht
the baststitul lips pt the .damsel and w a4
I - . • ktokit. - It will be State Prison tor
. . ,
A: letter writer is " A 'girl. nowei
dais; Ought to hare the Bank of•Bugiand
iinarent, to • stand any shame ,to
ossw , Po%fit 4 4 rIkand growl
sWatit,,,,N so do_ logyou are 'kits !o . get,
able to, everibody.'
- - _
We often heir af " fuhioo sbli
Airs," but neve tit biebitiablo deaths.
;NUMBER , 23.
. he Lawretice (Mium.) . 4egaiaut tells' a
story of the marriage in that city id a
equßlif,. the bridegroom being hots Wis
bo sad the bride s resident of Law.
lalaity.linmedjately after marriage the
ity told ber palely wedded husband that
is l egc
m e was Unworthy of him. Oh* reasons
w fob' ettfphstiiialb• proved the statement;
d she •loved , another;, that sbe,.:.was
ed into the. marrisge"and would not
life with her 'husband, and the two
tbereuprin parted, the lady meantime
- beingforintally disowned by her parents.
iihe ilidiais . of • the plains ate activ e
' *o. is fast as the troops are withde awn
a Indians folly , in their. track, coin
tting depredations and spreading des
-1 ion wherever they in. On Friday . last
a hrty'of then' attacked a train at Bull's
Station, on few Miles west of Julesburg,
ran off - the stock and killed one mini. On
uday they killed three men and woun
d d several others., at Alkali, 50 miles
t ie side of Julesburg. The oyerlstid
- mail caliche, hive 'again stopped running.
, I —, . , - , • • - - , ,
!The Weigh papors pub!igli a telegram:
'front the, President to Goy. Holden, de:
cWing that' every dollar et the debt
created to aid the rebellion should be
Tripadiated finally and forever, and ex
pressing the h?pe
.that the .people 'of
orth • Carolina will wash thrift halide of
le erythirig that partakes, in the slightest
.d gree, • of the rebellion. so •• recently
- The War. Department has, decided. with
itt e approval of Gen. Grant, not to restore
t q property of ei-Gov . Henry A:t Wise of
rginia. • Gen'. Terry's action in recoi
-1 g to - give isp . the estate is , fully sustained.
. lees home ts.still used as a- school for
the l children pf ' fraedmen, and John
- *own's daughteis are the, teachers .
The Petersburg Express says that so
Many negroes are being baptized in the
Appomattox, that the water is becoming
When a man with a scolding wife was
&Wed what he did for a living, he said he
i • -Heir Could I I
He carried my satchel to school,
, /tad through the drifts carried too ;,
Oionld I think why he hugged me so Mose.
If I could hew could I ! could you !
t en he tied under my chin
' My hood, with its bright ribbons blue ;
Irby he gazed is my face could I tell ?
If I couldn't how could I ? could you ?
4e told me my, eyes Were so blick,
the brightest of any be knew ;
Blushed and looked down ; could I help 'lt
If I couldn't how could I ? could you
Se left on my ebeek a warm kiss,
Then off with the lightning speed dew
It I could, I'd have scolded and stamped,
If I couldn't how could I? could you ?
'Twas long years ago, and since they
He has spoken words loving and true ;
; only Usual close to hie breast,
For how could I help it ? could you?
Woman's Love for Wod'dings.
i Worthy C------• is one of the beat rep
resentatives of Young America that can
be found In the fast city of Chicago. Stand
ng on the steps of the Trement a few
venings ago, chatting with half a dozen
f the ••"boys,"their attention was 'Urea
ed toward'two young and evidently re•
pecitsble ladies enjoying an evening prom
nade. " Bet drinks," says Worthy, "that
make those ladies fellow and keep pace
With me, whether I walk fast or slow, for
the next ten minutes." The bet *as _taken
lay Charlie 11-, and he was invited
by Worth to see that all was
By this time the girls were passing. Wor
thy linked arms - with Charlie, and appar
ently not seeing the ladies stepped direct
ly in front of them r andjust near enough
to let them hear his harangue. '• The
iwedding was to be at nine o'clock. The'
President,' the Cabinet, all the foreign
ministers, and the eke of 'the city were
expected to be present ; and Bishop ---,
with half a dozea seals Sing clergymen were
By this time the girls had heard Burn
plant to enlist their earnest attention, and
almost unctursciously were closely follow
ng the gentlemen. Worthy • proceeded
.with a minute description of the (imagi
beryl wed ling The bride, bridesmaids
and the ladies FrivS. cent, With their dresses,
jewelry, etc., ware elaborately 'portrayed ;
and for nearly fifteen minutes dmd the girls
jfollow in close and attentive pursuit, with
ont regarding either the • distance 'or the
kiirectioa of their Promenade. Worthy,
*waver, rilacl gradually, turned 'earners
and *treats until the Treixont was again
'attained, when the gentlemen joined their
confedefites ; and the ladies passed on in
blissful Ignorance of the cruel "sell" by
fwttioh they had been so unmercifully Tic-
The Ade Wets on the Eastern Division et
the Phila. B. It .
leas the Wllltesspert Belleau , 0et.14.1
Two fatal accidents occurred on the Phila.
delphis & Erie railroad, on Saturday last. No.
I oetitirred near Wattentown, early on Caen,
day morning. We have been unable to obtain
full particulars. The second accident occur
red about three mites betas: , this place, in
Armstrong township: We have •made every
effort to get at. the fads of this ease, sad have
learned tip: following particulars : It seems
simehow that the Erie Express train, which
was doe • hers at 4.20 p: to., and'aras some
minutes late, rat Into a freight train halt
mile this aide of the switch. A tremendous
crash ensued, which piled freight, passengers
and wrecks of tare in one heap of ruins. A
beakimen on the freight iraiw war 'instantly
killed. and Ar. Becker, baggage master of the
'sprees train, died the text moraine.
Wi have learned ' the name* Of the following
wounded portions from a physician on the
Arabi *rho assiatsd in acijoatiog :some of the
limbs and dressiog the woande of others.—
Five or - sIX were savorily ' wounded: 'besides
the sake" given' below : Mrs 0 Rhoades, of
Letedebizrg. had her, thigh broken—al eery se
me. fracture. Her sister and sister in law
were severely` injured, but no boilei broken. •
Writ Walsh; of Pierpent, NY. severely lejered
recovery very doubtful; lits•W Seeds's.
Bed Bank, N J. severe contualous of hoed sad
limbs; the Rev Dr James Watson,
James Warren, Milton; severely Injured;W
H rEelateia Idorristima.- slightly ; C Sten"
cliff. Toon, head badly tint and body brniied ; -
b rifleman of" sipress train, foot eat.. The
engineers antgremet of both train. escaped
erlotealigistiojaries by jalopies troll their et
. gins Tha front , passenger car. in . which
r elit:l diei leis, being a complete wreck,liek
isid If was with tifSeattylhi wire
resew& The its was "toting:it:Ng bp rsoul
.s( the passengers and employees, carrying
ru m 3t their kits. so biekeia being al, band.
' Maw was passed lait wititer; if 'wiry net
ideteltec by Skidwaits/Nestles of nein
were wallesedwoupsoies, esstbig a disebedi
aloe of orders, tesultiag la ,death, liable for
thsttrimisof moislanghter The set dose set
Itate'ssy pawky for isms* wren Orders, bat
the public ought to law all about snob cues.
Gestlemee of the railro ad : company., you
'aro liable' to'reet seder moan you do eat
sift WS &ottef to the bottom' Tow owe is is
pmesetese seAtell me ebb somselity. Wee it
bo kl,k.°" imr4 /4 "1Y 1 . 44 5 ,01 0, am
AleseNi their oaths, ; •
WWI thihibMi ifffilfAMOiti‘ ire hews
Mai& late tberret Ant *shift
a thereighbkrostiggiaaolith distareabeaUsa
to pleas the' gat ea the 1 ,1 / 4 14 shoulders. '
a. • .4
A ;1 - 1 1 1 1 ” 0 511 °
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COMER OP WA= AND rtng-irrunik -
SA% Septum* it INS
D .VIB lc CARSON,
ALL =O3 OT GROCZEDIL4, TROTTS,VTANTABLeN
AND 1110VL9100; *' " •
Psfcp Stria, botirain eta and rropob, . to Li.
, • ,
Haring prirctiaaini our . lock before
r ho lain Hai la prime. no .
fool eon adoni of being
able to girl 91tIr • •
laction, both in,. . : ,
pries and '
gualiky. • 1
Comb," Produce of every gortletshtinuroold. - Fume
ala alwiya dolma on rrosivii, tho . ,l4lriit nwlr•
kit Wes for their irtitlo. •
11UPPLIEW WITH TRUIT, VEGITABLES, &C
ERKINSKE MAT k JACKSON'S ILLEKET DEPOT,
UNION FURNITURE• IBTOEE,
Irtritlintralk'icDsTZADS. liktrlMAUS,Calpe, SOPA
SEAT AND OTHER CH4111.7„ , ,
Geese Fathom. Hatruunit. Loneges, and other Feral
ter*. ever brought to this eity.
GSCO. W. ELLS T,
General Gommitaion resulting Dealer,
West side near Sth. on State street.
tr. Call and gee the Folding SodsteaL . • sate is
G . OM§ GM:WM STORE.
.We Goff hag opened hie sten et Mo. am French St..
Where can be found everything needed In theta* of
Este hippy to lay that he hue engaged that well know'
Alio win be happy to see his old friends stall Um&
REACHES, TOY.ATOES, GREEN CORN;
. ' LLWA 4°l,
ilwaya.on, hand at'
cionos; iro. as *alai in.
THYME, SAGE, 11.54100.1711, BASIL, KM,
- - - - - - 601151, 613 Primal St
SHOT AND LEAD.
At nolotal• or Retail. al
Oet.llltE.- . GOMA 616 Preifek Et.
SOMETHING/ EVERYBODY SHOULD USE.
SHUT OUT Y Mt COLD.
MID WATER FRON
01311 DOORS AND WINDOWS.
RUBBER WEATHER STRIP
Nam all this.-Is entirely out of sigh; to doom and;
„windows, and is the beat strip In use for the !allow, ,
to: : Est; It - ii - more effailtml. 21, It costs on
third less.- ad, it will -not hinter opening awl deli
doors or 'lodges. 4tb, It is better thee double pin- ,
doss—does not obstruct - ttie Hew—does not hinder,
opening awl chning - the bhods—windows can be opened ,
so as tq ventilate at any time. This strip trill stop the
In summer when your doable window, are off. Your
have note:met from - your double windows only in *in.
ter - . - This 9 trip keeps out the told in winter and duet
.and walirr in summer, and does not emit onirhalf the
Woe of doab`e windoWs. .
This Strip la-oow offered to the Inhabltazits of this
city. Town Rion?. imit PALL
r. W. Koznuat, srlieePa .
- 'Agent for Erie Co., Pa,
priLTADELPIIIA 611.111, HAIL ROAD.
STB:I3 great Una tranarobs the Nort t harn and
counties of Pennsylvania to the eity Of Ertl, on
Lobs Iris. It has been load by the Peilleplealliiiiteig•
reed 10-11omposh aod is operated by Om.
tlltl or PaitailitMrTltidl, AT an.
*tie ammo Troia-- 2 0231.,46.
.... 8 L 4 a.
Wanes teem—. 4 QD p.
Vail Train • - . 1:11 p. m.
Eris ....„ 3 in
Kai Atom. 642 p. ID.
. ao 20 a, se.
Pasemser ears ran — through on the Brie Mail and :-
press Wand without thane both ways betimes Medd—
phi& asd Ens.
Wow Tort anneeettena t Lease New York at T 00 p: as. '
arrive et Erie 140 e. as. latre Erie at 266 p. m., mire
at !few Tort 11 noon.
MO chaste of tare totereen Erie sad New Tort. ;
Errant Sleeping Cars on all Watt trains.
Ter tarensetios meatier Pa em* bastawm awl?
at the S. S. coiner 11th and Market atm, and for Trelscht
truism et 'the Chrepany's nests.
8. 11- SINGSTON, Ja e emu 12th and Warta Streets,
Phi ladelehia. •
J. W. REYNOLDS, Etta. ,
MMOWN, anent N. C. H.R., Baltimore.
R. H. AMMON' Giotamil height , A 1.114 Phila.
a. W. GUIVSER, Goa. Pinkert agt. Phila.
•. L. TYLICII, 1 34aiiiil supeeistoodput, wintsmsport
DIL J. Y. PICK4IIII . NO 3 MINTOT..
Giadoste of tholoisousy Irani. Collor of Dental Sur
gery. Mee In Wright'. Bidet, (over Viers- k.
Drug Store,) Erie, Pa.
AZ7112121V1 NT rwaxissrox.
C. It Mire., D. D. 8., North Sirosith street, Philadel
L. Bueldogham,D. D. S, Wo. 243. North Nta th
street. rhiladeipbta. •
Fug", FU"' BUBO. WEI4iLZSALZ & USTAIL.
CH ARLES OATCFORD & SONS;
CONT/NSNTAL HOTIM, EI3ILLDZ.IIII4.,
cow open their !are and iplendid liaortme 6 of
14 . P1"3. " •-•
• 4N13 Rotas.
Abe) the Bunt assert eeet of .
,FANCY Ffrit. ROBES, CAPS, MUFFLE/i,
, : . .. . ~.
Rier before offered by them. all of IASI& ihreirstreated
to bo sr tspreinimi. • • . . -- , .
.• ' ' 4:11/1',11 , 0 PUPS aouapT.
' ocus4ii. - . - • . . .. •
GitiA.VcignqgAill , AlWI* •
WILEEION !MU WANT. • •
T H'E t3'rANl54 - Etr RISTO'Rt
• "• 4 'Or THE WAR. • •
, • .
Ciimprott is gag gay /grit It goer 1000 riga
Matra* bag as rival am a tondo% field, ossiblete
gatheaths.ao4 reliable history of the "great. millet:
It cont.log reading matter equal to three largo ford ea
laTovaltuoss, aploaaltdly Ulnetratedmith are: 1110.1*
portrait. et rejavala, bane soma. maps and Mamma
Kalamai NA. othabtoi (ANN sad aoldlets, itsd apiar
ist* 'nag atou to want of prodtablo employment mill
MA O& a rate Ws to auk* woof, We Teti wadi
altartais2lo a mostly which au It* prim to ay. doubt.
tag apipßaiat; for prod et the oboe glad for atreatari
radio! oattorma. ki*its .
JONES lIROTEM & MA.
• . YETBICIaIt LID B II ICIIVIR
tr olige. lid joie lositri Moat Wain*, ertlNFk.
aver, era Chtoelan k Ruth's Atom Regea k e e
at Ire Johns MDitms, rethStreot. latof
osor to 30A. and 3to 14.
• t11010:4 di 'Wow* casimef &Mt*
or to asioripiaNatic
tor $lO to mo ma. Thrty AT, told fir oiler
mow% other Into i
wiederio•asiMe • law •
fisted Catalogues trips. Add rogi e UMW a RAWLEI.
Deena. or 'LOON 1111101111121. low int. seTlll7
DEALER:3IN THE ADJOINING TOWNS,
And on thi'Lines of Rail'.Osid,,
Give u a Call.
Is now selling the hire essortosent bt
POULTRY AND MEATS I
Walnut's INvoilime, MITALIC
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