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citrons of the Onsgsvwx will plea se
t he the larger portion of our
leingin the country, we an neoes
ei to t a rnish each reading man
, st l ik e ly to be acceptable to those
critereliriag out of town. This
wit for the omission to notice
!:re of concern merely to persons
an i discuss other subjects ezoitine
Jotice to our country sub—
carnprige nearly eight—tenths of
rAtronsge Of the paper, requires
k e ep their interests mainly in
is order to do so we are compelled
Poch that it would otherwise be a
.r 11 to treat upon. A compendium
cipartant local occurrences y the
jo: to attempt to elaborate and
cc:a mu & third of them would
ere room than we could spare,
e h.oild expect, under the dream—
T au A SFIOWMAN. -.11 appears
ova Council and Burgess of Girard,
ty, are in trouble with Dan Rice,
the monument lately erected in
by the latter. Before that memo•
•:epted by the borough authorities,
land that no inscription other than
my to commemorate the soldiers,
placed thereon. This fact is of
the minutes of the Town Council
erection and acceptance, Rice had
,ascribed with' his own name, so as
,rite the living as a clowa as well
st heroes. This violation of faith
t of the jester has given great dil
n to the people of Erie county.
„ i, e we, with the following um
ao trouble between Col. Moo and
:ire of Girsrd.
Istion WI! made by any authorised
t Col. Rite l e name should not ap—
t of such a stipulation is not on
, n the Turn minutes.
3ter " has committed sto " violstion
and the " great diesstisfaction '-
the "people of Erie county " does
:rept in the imagination.
Rice's name was placed upon the
it true, and, all the expenses of its
rise come out of his pookett
to know whose name h•e • better
. there' The act was one which
resent period has had no exemplar
.of the'Union, and he icjastly ea
t honor of it. The attempt to de
his integrity and patriotism by
Col. Rice's profession is as nn-
is charseteristio'of those whose
trtinn spirit provokes such mo
re Col. Rice a Republican, instead
end of the Union and Constitn-
the same persons and presses
seer at him as a "clown," and
, 's generosity, would be enthusi
praise. We wish that some men
retensioae to loyalty and virtue
bile spirited and noble hearted as
," whom they are now so free to
ALRDLZ.—We were shown, by Col
ompeon, on bforiday forenoon, a
f black marble procured from the
'• Williamsport, allusions to which
ends , been made in the papers
last few months. It was polished
r equal to the best foreign marble.
s to ben 'me a very important IT
the productions of our State. This
I,le, we are informed, has never
found in America—that In com
iae obtained from Belgium and
great expense. The deposit near
.rt is large, and apparently km:-
The reins are from eighteen inchce
tio thickness. A company, con -
!)me of the best known business
city sai Philadelphia, has been
toil the qusery, end the members
tintilence that it will prove to be
st investments 'dike day.
holilap are .close at hind and
. tre preparing to meet the wants
n The largest and beet stook of
trade will be found at Bener &
mfectionary establishment, Erie,
nmotioture and keep everything
lihse,ss well as a general usort•
nlns, Toye, &c.
to m them by the reputation
Cough Candy—Moss and
is of the
,65 .1 1)
ig to the'
re of all
"bete, but if any of them desire
ftlistory of the war in a condensed
fA,z, this is probably as good as
titnt for Erie county, air. W.. J.
i s sshEtid, will spend some time in
41 , 1 " vhich he will take a mem
Irizih the eastern townships. *
NV AT MiADVILLI.-4 fire
the building occupied by the
C4lty Journal, in Mesdeine, es2/7
Ye Gming loge, and bad ittsined
!ray before it was discovered. A
e all that was saved in the Jour.
tzd the" editor, Mr. Nicholas, who
building barely escaped. The
the block were all of wood, and
`aces 'could be got Mier check,
4 'ned• The property destroye d
It teapied by stores, and the loss is
441 estimated at from $150,000
Items of Local Interest.
Who was the grit little boy mentioned in
the Bible ? Who else but Chap. I.?
If s person's right hand Itches, it is s sign
that he will soon scrsteh it. The same ap—
plies also to the left hand.
Printing paper has suddenly risen from
fourteen to twenty cents per pound, with a
prospect of a still farther increase.
If a man "misses his Alin," everybody cries
out, "be is a fool," and sometimes, "he is a
rogue." If he succeeds, they besiegi-his door,
and pronounce him one of the smartest men
in the country. We have several instances of
this tendency In Erie.
Mr. Gough says we scutetimes wonder at
the incivility of railrOad conductors, while if
we could know all the petty annoyances to
which they are subjected, and the silly qua
Lions constantly asked- of them b 7 ignorant,
stupid and nervous people, the wonder would
be that they can be civil at all.
Mr. D. F. Buell, late pity distributor of the
daily Dispatch, has opened in the basement
under Austin'. jewelry store, a shop for re
pairing boots and shoes, where he invites all
his old customers and friends to give him a
tall. Everybody knows Snell, and he can de
pend on building up a good run of custom.
As a workman, he has very few supeidors.
The Crawford county papers complain bit
terly about the rush of convicts at their
county jail. Already they have over forty
confined—mostly from the oil regions. The
Sheriff is obliged to keep extra watchmen on
duty to prevent their escape.
One of our local exchanges tolls the follow,;
lag rather- dubious story. It sounds some
what "fishy :" "An idiot, while sitting upon
the track of the Lake Shore railroad, near
Dunkirk, a day or two ago, his head bent
upon his knees and fast asleep, was struck by
a passing train, and thrown a distance of 40
feet. The train was immediately backed to
the scene of the disaster, • when, imagine the
surprise of the passengers at discovering the
simpleton standing near the track, apparently
unharmed, the only signs of injury manifest
ed by him being exhibited in a vigorous-frio
Lion of the back."
A ootemporery gives the following recipe
for removing the smell of paint from a room:
"To take smell 'from fresh paint let tubs of
water be placed in the newly painted room,
near the wtinsost, and one ounce of vitriolic
acid pat into the water. In a few days the
water will absorb, and retain the effluvia from
the paint, but the tub should be once or twice
renewed with a fresh supply of water."
A young lady remarked that she could not
see what her brother, George William, saw in
the girls that he liked them so well, and that,
for her part, she would trot give the company
of one young man for that of twenty girls.
A paper published in one of the neighbor
ing towns relates the following shocking sto
ry : "On last Monday, at en et.rly hour, the
dead body of Mr.•G. Abler, an old and es
teemed resident of onioity, was found sus
pended by the leg to the limbs of one of the
trees in front of the market house. How he
came by his death we know not, but there are
well grounded suspicions of foto/ play." We
agree with the Conneaut Reporter that the
fowl play lies more at the editor's door than
anywhere else. •
Everybody expects to have a tarkey for
Thanksgiving or the Holidays, but everybody
does not know how to fatten them. An edit
tor who pretends to know, gives the following
as the correct plan: "For *soh turkey mix
about a pint of Indian meal with one pint of
unbolted wheat flour, and pour boiling water .
on• it, stirring rapidly until it forms thin,
mush. Place the dish where the fowls cast
have access to the feed at any time. Let
skimmed milk or water be given also. In two
weeks they will be as fat and oily as batter.
They will fatten hotter to have their liberty
in a spacious yard."
In answer to a correspondent,the New York
Tribune states that it is true, as reported,
that a druggist who has a speciality before the
public is paying that establishment $lO,OOO a
year for advertising. It says he paid $1,500
for the insertion of one mammoth advertise,-
ment, and adds on the general subject; "Bon
ner once paid us $3,000 for one insertion of
an advertisement of the Ledger. He knew
that through judicious advertising he could
insure a fortune," and he did.
The Baptist church; building, remoddled,
beautified and vastly improved both in appear
ance and convenience, will be dedicated on
Thursday, the 14th of December. The dedi
cation sermon will be preached by Rev. Dr.
Jeffrey, of Philadelphia. The pastor of the
church, Rev. Mr. Bainbridge, will be ordained
on the following Friday. Rev. Dr.:Robinson,
of Rochester, will preach the ordination ser
At the late State Fair, at Williamsport, the
first premium was awarded to M. Ehrett, of
Mill Creek township, Erie county, for the best
half peck of Concord grapes and beet fon:
bunches of Delaware grapes.—Dispatek.
It appears we misunderstood the Gaulle!,
proposition for the erection of a soldier's
monument. The plan is to have it built by
voluntary subscriptions and not by the official
authorities. It our eotemporary can succeed
in such a• movement we bid it Gott speed,
thoulh we still think these are other under
takings vastly more essential. The comment
oration of the valiant deeds of our soldiers
can safely be left to the future, but the im
provement of our streets, the erection of more
buildings and the completion of new lines of
communication that will ensure to the city's
prosperity, are vital present necessi ties.
us have the useful first ; the ornamental and
honorable will come in due time.
Au exchange says one of the latest-le/Mons
with the ladies is veering long ends of ribbon
around- the neck. F,ew of the uninitiated
know the significance thereof. The wise ones
say that when they wear the ends banging
in front, it Means that the lsiy is "married;"
over the right shoulder that "she is engaged;"
down the back that "she has a feller coming
to see her, bat isn'ttengaged ;'' over the left
shoulder it means "fellers, come follow me."
If she doesn't wear any it means that she is
"engaged, and doesn't want anything to do
with any other feller." We presume the above
is correct, but as we make no pretensions to
being acquainted with the ladles' fashions.we
do not vouch for IL
There is meek• tenth and good sense in tile
sentence : paper that tries to do the am!.
able at all limit and to everybody, careful to
express ■o strong °pintos lost It should raise
the back of some haulm catamount, will And
the reward of the over-eomplaisant owner of
the historical jackass, who having tried every
method to please his ceasorions advisers, suo.
coaled is failing with them all, and .lost the
animal to boot."
The ue cutter Com. Perry, one of the
new government semis built fee seevice upon
the lake, arrived in our port on linndef.
Is a neatly built and handsomely OW craft,
reflecting credit upon all connected with hug
Our Ciiit4lll win be, gratified to learn that
through the efforts of her commander, Capt.
tnteager, the navy department has qouented
that the Pr", shag TOW iq onv harbor%
David Crockett, When quite a youth, became
an admirer of a beautiful Quaker girl, and
thus forcibly, graphically and poetically de.
scribes the effect: I found mysqlf over
head and oars in love with this girl, and
thought if all the hills were pure and
all belonged to me, I Would give them sway
if I could just talk to her as twantod td; but
I was afraid to begin ; for whoa I would thlak
Of saying anything is her, my hoar: would
hula to flatter like • duck is a pedals, and
if I tried to mate it, and speak. it would get
right smack up my throat and choke me like
• cold potato." We suspect that David is not
the only young fellow who has found himself
in that interesting eondition.
ootemporary apologizes to one of the
ministers of its tows, for calling his church,
by mistake at tut compositcir, s " dims socie
ty," instead 'of s " divine society." In some
eases, says the Titusville Herald, we might
concede the distinction without marking the
Let every Democrat rapport his local paper.
Let him throw all the printing and advertis
ing he can to its °Sot. Encourage and
strengthen it. Remember that the Democratic
press of Pennsylvania has much to contend
with—moneg, power and an Immense annual
patronage. Now is the time to snake the effort.
& gubernaterial contest of the greatest Inter
est and gigantic Importance to the people of
Pennsylvania wilt soon be upon us. and it is
essential that Democratic paper, be given the
widest circulation possible.
A correspondent writing from Pithole saye:
'Before you are here a week you will discover
that wane are very often the subject of affec
tion, are raised to the dignity of sex, and as
it admitted into the human race as so many
more. A dry hole is always talked of as 'it,'
and a very contemptuous. parties 'it' some
times Is. But if the little puncture behaves
nobly, if it turns out a good bowing well, it
is sure to be 'she.' What the dwift engine is
to the rider, what the proud Alp is to the
sailor, what the sweet girl is to the lover,
such is your hundred barrel well to its owner
—a dear creature and a "
The Green Bay Advocate thus explains, In
answer to $ correspondent, the meaning of
those eabalisti, (Ammeters, "C. 0. D.." which
very frequently accompany express packages :
"They are not the advertisement of a patent
medicine, or anybody's bitters. They are
simply the result of An idle habit they have
down East requiring us Western people to pay
for snob little goods as we may compliment
them by ordering. The letter simply mean.
'Chen Oat Darnquiek.' It is mortifying that
so large a COUNT& as the Express Co.
should spell so badly and use each profanity;
but, as we are not responsible for public edu
cation and morals, we can do no more than to
allude to it."
A card appears in the Pi-hole Record over
the name of the Cashier of the 11. R. Petrole
um Company and the Superintendent of the
Holmden Farm, denying, in tote, the state
ment that certain wells on the farm had been
A mortgage deed was recorded on the Ist
inst., in the office of the Recorder of Trum
bull county. Ohio, given by the Atlantic &
Great Western Reilway Company to John R.
Penn, of New York, as trustee, for thirty
millions of dollars, for which seven per cent.
bonds are to be issued. The instrument re
quired thirty thousand dollars worth of
stamps. Mr Penn is of the Banking House
of Culver, Penn & Co., at Franklin.
The Union dills Bulletbt says that on Sat—
urday morning, the 18th inst., "Thoinal Edict,
a citizen of Leßcenff township, was found ly.
Ins dead by the side of the track of the P. &
E. B. 8., in that township, near the town line
between "baked! and Waterford. When found
he was buried beneath a . load of fence rails,
his head and feet only obtruding beyond the
load. It appears•that Mr. Edict was driving
alma of rails near the top of the embank.
anent, which at that place is from seven to
nice feet high, and getting too near the edge,
'the wagon tipped over and was precipitated
down the embankment, crushing him under
the load of rails. From the position in which
ho was found, it is supposed that he was on
the load at the time of the accident."
About four o'clock on Friday last, the Ti.
tusville aerial dates, a young matt 21 years
of age, acting as teamster for the Great West.
ens oil refinery, on upper McElhenny Farm,
while waiting to have hie barrels emptied into
the receiving tank at that place, accidentally
fell through the platform on the top of the
tank, and was drowned.
The editor of the Corry Telegraph learns
from his "genial friend and fellow citizen,
James Patterson. Esq.." that " the Philadel
phia & Erie Railroad have abolished the sys
tem of charging passengers rho do not pro.
cure tickets before taking seats in the cars,
20 cents extra." This measure, which will be
hailed with satisfaction by all the patrons of
the road, the Telegraph learns, was secured
through the influence of the new Superintend
ent, Mr. Tyler.
Under the _heading "another railroad sod
dent," the Warren Mail chronicles the follow
ing: "We keno that en Irish woman gave
birth to a bouncing baby on the P. it E. ex •
press train going Seat, list Tuesday night,
between Warren and Ridgeway. Evidently
there was one 'passenger' on board which was
not 'left behind.' It was ticketed all the way
through—none of your 'dead-heads 1"'
The Dispatch figures up the number of pew
building@ erected In Brie during the year at
800. The Bulletin estimates the number in
Union at 50, and the Conneeettville Record
those in that piece at 003. 170101111 the indi
cations greatly deceive us, the number of
buildings put up here next yes: will largely
exceed those of the present season.
Harper's Maculae is responsible for the
following : " A Pennsylvania SOUS year old
was reproved lately for playing out doors with
boys; ohs was 'too big for that now.' But
with all imaginable ineocenoe she replied t—
sWhy, grandma, the bigger we grow the bet
ter we like 'em I' Grandma took time to
The City Councils, on Monday evening,
adopted a resolution that 14 the Chief of Polk.
sod his essistants be directed to notify the
proprietors ofdrinking saloons that they mum
oloselheir respective planes by ten p. m., and
is cue of not so doing. that they inter com
plaint against the offenders before a Justice
against all parties Who sell, spirituous
liquors, ale or beer, en the giabbstb, and
11,110111 witnesses in all cues." Of' course no
sore liquor wilt b_. sold on Seadayot after
taa o'clock in the *miss ea week day', tram
this time forward ! ' '
Mr. Gers,•llte Of the 011401414 having bees
elected • ssemint.st. Cosmos Owen. to ell
is usezpired,- p.m has deoitsed -the
(wished honor!! pee.. datsj
to the ansaimosup pliodits of the irefoosloa.
Think of is eidegior : getthii dein le be a
0 ommoettimilsisit 72?
The New York oprrespondeit oftheAe•
patch perpetratiei Capital Akio' Sirerr
Y.414411:;:4 4 . 1 ,100 !NAV irlOCkwil‘idarirso .. 4
him will Sppiiiiiete.: lie nig thp-Osoerser
sot Cileirsied for opecokualing, bin
lor howl y." BOWER prourn u Ifrook ii
-It 1 I •4.
Dunkirk is to have a lecture course this
winter, and the opening lecture is to be de
livered by Oen. S. F. Cary, of Ohl°, the
Abolition stump orator. U this is a specimen
of the class of men selected u lecturers, our
Dunkirk friends are not likely to be much
benefited, either morally or intellectually, by
the cone. Our decided' opinion is, that if
the entire lecture system was•abollshsd, and
the money spent fer some object of local
charity, the community would be 4 , the better
for it." •
The managers of the Penns. B. IL Co. ban
concluded to build a branch road front Irvine
I. Oil City, a distance of 53 miles. The road
is to be completed by he let of May next.
Edwin Miller of Philadelphia, and Milton
Co;alright, of this city, are the eantraetors.
We nutlet in one of our ozoitsages an &c
-oolant of an "unfaithful husband" being shot
by his wife. We inspect that If all the "ea
faithful husbands" met with like fates, the
number of widows would be increased to an
Men are like bugles—the more brass they
contain, the further . you can hear them.
Women are like violets—the more modest and
retiring they appear, the better you love
The “prothonstur" of Mercer county, ac
(seeding to the Venange Spectator, has a bad
spell. Re commences a bole thus, "no awl
men bt theta penance."
The "Blackbird " poem on our Nit page
is a comical and readable imitation of Poe's
liftmen." It Tin repay pernsaL
If you are in a hones and hear a baby sty
it is a sign of atarriage . ; or, if it Isn't, it
ought to be.
irrittea for the Obesereer.]
Draw the Sword, Erin.
BY J. W. DUGGAN
[The following stirring poem has been
published in one of our local cotemporaries,
with some alterations which the author does
not approve. Having requested as to insert
It as he wrote it, we comply with his re—
Drawee sword, Erin ! time to In:sheath it,
Too long has it slumbered in tyranny's
The strife hour approaches when thou shalt
To crush the fell despots, and liberty hail;
The p,find, wily foe, will he now dare to meet
With vengeance aroused, and thy wrongs in
While nations are watching and millions now
Oh ! gather ye braves, like the clouds in
Draw the sword, Erin I thy wild harp awaken,
Too long it lays hashed; a if sleeping in
But tho' It has slept, it shall ne'er be forsaken,
Nor Erin want minstrels to strike chords
yet ; -
Then wake 'veer string, high swell the deep
Arousing to vengeance o'er mountain and
Gather, ye Chieftains, 'round the green ban
Up, up, one and all, from hill, valley and
Draw the sword, Erin ! tby green flag unfold
Thy sunburst in freedom fling loose to the
Let the awe-stricken Saxon in terror behold
Now waving o'er long severed legions com
Draw! the oppressor mutt feel ay avenging
Strike, strike to the hilt, while one tyrant
Wake in thy breast all the wrongs thou hut
Sweep, sweep with a vengeance the foe from
New AND IMPORTANT RAILROAD.-.-Th•
tic A Great Western Railway Company (prin
cipally a European company, recently repre
sented in this coanttVby a party of capitalists
from Ragland, of whom Sir Morton Pogo was
chief.) has leased the Calamities and other
railroads necessary to the connection for 999
years, and purchased other chirters, which
together enable them to make a continuous
line from New York city to Cinoinnats. Much
of this road is already constructed, at both
ends. The part to be constructed extends
from Milton, in Northumberland county, to
Franklin, in Venango county—distance in a
straight line 159 miles, but by contemplated
survey, 175 miles ; thus, Milton to Clearfield
90 miles; Clearfield to Brookville 40. mike;
Brookville to Franklin 45 miles. By the
Philadelphia & Erie the distance from Milton
to the oil regions is 289 miles, and to Erie 276
miles. The A. it G. W. route is therefore
much the shortest, either to the oil rigilea or
to the Wasters line of the &ate. The neces
sary surveys are to be made immediately and
the wont will be put nader contract as soon
as possible. The money to pay all expenses
is already provided. The following appoint
ments of Bogie/ere have been made : •
Ooesultiog Rogisieer--James Worrell.
Principal Engineers—Tom. 8. Bnbidge,
Pluton Jarrett, Middle Division,
W. liillasr Roberts, Western Division.
The snag' of tke road is to- be six feet—the
roads in this State are generally 4 feet 8}
inches. The division to be constructed will
commence at Milton, thence West through
White Deer Valley, in Union county, Sugar
sad Nittany Valleys, in Clinton county, by
way of Washington Iron Works, thence up
Bald Eagle and Bette% Creek to Snow Shoe, in
Centre county, and thanes to Franklin via.
Clearfield and Brookville .
When completed the rood will be a formid—
able rival to the Philsdelph is £ Erie and to
the Pennsylvania Central. The immediate
effect will be to increase railroad faellities and
to materially reduce freight', and net least, to
make• railroad employee■ respect fat and ao—
eonsmodating.—Lock Haven Democrat.
•Ttisi &loran FIDDLI.--That old fashioned
musical instrument, the old ' 4, sootah addle,"
which has been so extensively played in all
parts of this country of Late years, has had
the tone all taken out of the strings by the
introduction cf Carter's Extract of Dandelion,
and Bittersweet, and Tel low Ointment. This
wilt be a great relief to the serious part of
community., especially to parents, school
teaehere r sad all who wish to lead a life el
quiet and repose.
These important articles can be bad of all
We would osll attention to the advertisement
of ffultin's & Co., in another column. They
wont agents to sell fine Steel Engrarinp and
olfar great indunemeata ; they an an old et
tabUshed houw,.and hare the ?naiades of
dealing pro/aptly and hoomaily with Heiress.
roman. Many of our young men may find it,
Tory profitible to employ their spare time fa
iselling for them.
The first and lasi thing lie - My regally is
Cartees Extract of _Saar! Vi ed. This was
the remark of an inte ll igent' firmer, as be
called at the stern' for a bottle of this Medi.
sine. Bat, said he, as 4 , 8 U. for 'eery
thing that b;ppeas in the.theally, there is no
nee in taking a small bottle. iteader s 'go aad
Ao likewise. • , .1 •
"Dr. Hewett, of .Ohlo, • isjel `I • hams tested
Dr. Carter ' s ,Cosilonnd Zdt, *44 , ot. Bawl
Weed it Ao.bedshie. Ilelmsesde - dimme et
acute Dysiohlty and other Bevel Options,
god also la Dio, sad 11111” . 11/111641 it
tarairlain ingthese s= e ly_ Owls alma s
"0177.. Willa. •IPannell:"--ThW stsethis
sod isterestiwg serial—"oso_ of Masse
Arse "—is published Aelpleiiiwid itnabitigitl
by T. B. Petsrses• /4 Bros., Philadelphia, is, io
volume . 'Bilil"pigimi, we," good - ttpfsid ex
' Whisk pi*, it dialog , Prise of $l,OO. It h
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lag o f . hi else., sad will been, the •st tasked
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PLAIN AND FANCY CANDY !
or %Au. ZINN.
and noes bat pan Oidavilicsey, law the awl
nikrial mad Weds( adage. Our desk
a lope Geode Is huge, ahragate
ad tb• ildsabla vatiatbi.
HOLIDAY GOODS I
100 dillhesst demi et '
ausAina woos. Tors. "model:L. to,
Tee the HoMae brim
SVIII YAVITT or
SUGAR GOODS, CANDIR3, W.,
KM. Itqrstety he the
HOLIDAY TR ADZ.
Our Stock In tkis llas to Izissers. and isimied sepal
any he the
Moss & Candy I
Ws me poyhir portioutor ~leo to Oil
An Goo& la VW lit e taseaj i splby sesstry diatom
'LOWEST WHOLESALE PRICE&
Koss & Elm Candy.
Leib* stoke la Se
NOTION Lilt N:
' Ignsbig Gums.
. Masi Mos,
Telmer* Bono, Cigar Tabu. Combo. . Boob.
hag %go I
Jewsharpo, Weak Organs.
AID ♦ L•IQU
1088 & Elm Candy.
lawn, COCOANErtiI, NUTS, 7108 AND
We bees s geed ameemeet
MUM 1111111 CHIMING /k MEOW 10111A000.
PlMMltillt. cantur GOA LOllOlll, £C,
Lt Lowest Made Mesa
Moir &' Elm Candy.
FREalir BALTIMORE OYSTERS 1
Is Large or &salt Quiiiirtlties.
To ham • largo aisottamat et Goody asd ars posted
to 'apply &slam yeasty. Oar s sill
WON* salted to lie state albs
Itstallse. sod at flit Oho
Moss & Alm Candy
In WO MOW cotrovosior
Sid 4 all AMMO eel /Wafts hp tbt ssurdiry.
CARPETS, • CARPETS, CARPETS I
raillisit Drorsids„ Mood Pattiiras. Ilisw Arils $ ply Impala ; Good au W o ol L ig roin. at st,ao
Drags!. sad Mt Clow. flow Carpet af te DeWitt I Dam& Pauses. Cows EMUyy Flow OU
Cloths, al visas, Idris and widths; 111 101" 0U C hour Oil Cloth Yr the
ssosill to sow skier room wittiest plarol, Font z oos an d age. coma
and Davin& Doer IlstrAildr Oulr ag and 1011. rt7lorGil
and Trals Mallow aboilos. sod Gross I/Oak
Rodisodsfor Wisdom. sit widtbs.
Tao asdad *fag eat. 0... .ad ass U. ilessat tilit aid biassed Medea Conks; Outsas Useas. nstari
NO* ItasslAsMords. M. as. tverptkiag fa tab hies esa bs timid Wm. • Spisadid Assestasat •
las by the yard. JUN tot Dati smati—absym this Blab. Web. Might day Leo
Ncleti Vishadastas Lam ibt Volatile Medal% with zeds sad liztans. the lewd smettirsat
Wall itailWiatin toot La tie tun.
LINENS, LINENS, LINENS.
Lt.llmiYo`tuset allgan Goods Me market at prism that der eompotttios. laagast Illatahed Tata
1.1 yank yid% at $l.l/1 pas yard. ltra dhow thaw roods ta all rad." from aoitsul te tae Olin
Daabia Dana*. alt dyke sad poem We k& a Jab lot of time gado ill p par dame al/ Wm.
yids vs uteskise lbs Resin Wks to Ito market.
Makibait aid Dam* Liam Hatiabeek Tomas at $3lO per dos, aU Uses. t lieekalnuit Tow-
Wing, bionshed6 b U u r ia Lputi, We wide, at tie yogi km rue of 611 orate. Ma Limns, aback
Shirting Lim; Zte- Zie- Cleats'. Wirt aad Milers% Uwe Miscible
' • good, an Uses, Ladies" &adhere/id at 12s • dos.
Eleals, Ladle% KW* Boys and =dna% (MUNI aad Wool Ham el Ores. The bed es* la town. A geed
Oottoa EOM at 15 ate. per ger. Meer Glom tor literibody.
YANKEE NOTIONS AT WHOLESALE ! •
Iloathed Illioot ildallous, !Moor 'lulls', Aka. Also, t good sleet of Demuth Goods at low prima. Ws
bop so Dew Goodly by osabllng as to Imp a larger stook of frafaloldag Goode. C.O befora all Coo tigualao
• W. G. GARDNER,
No. V Rood Roue Block, Zito. Pa.
=The above It sailer the tspervhdos el Xt. I. 8. GIitSWOL 0, who la well tutors la Mt tidally.
WHOLESALE AND ENTAIL
P. A. BECK ER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
Berelt-Sest Omer 4 Ike Pori 4 New& Meat,
Weald riepeettaly tall the atetattes of the etemessity
te Mileage Ikea et
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Intel he Is distress tome at umi
Till LOWIAT POISIBLi PRIM.
Sla eeeittikett of
sot wt d LB the atty, sobs es plesporml le pronto
vbe Us wall.
H.... is seartiatly ea bawl a inapiniar lot al
- PURE LIQUORS,
to Wadi lie dimity the stleatim
et tie pu
m. .ow la, ailakit Mai, IWO ?rolls sad a tall
bakraisat for the low" aptlllitlL
JCL MI IL 10111311ISON ( L SONS
4 Imre to lakes So &.a, of Ids and lids*
tbat they ban remand their stook et
'ft tLa lUMBZ BLOC!. la tbs bail* lomat' ens
pied try TUNICS 610EPLVE, where they
hand keeping a lap e'seotpuelat
DRESS GOODS, *FANCY SLLKS,
lotozolog thanks to Os?
abseil patrons% in nersettally ask a seattswase at
KEYSTONE NATIONAL BANK
BiLDZN MARVIN, JOIIN W. Ital i.OY
SIM sums, BMWS TORS-
OLINOI NOBLlig kis twai r at.
JOHN J. TOWN,
SM iboeo lank Ida be °plod for tbu traossettoo of
DEC. 5, 1865, IN HUGHES' BLOM
Wert aids of State Bt.. berms ernmath sad Uses
ilatidkatary papa disocoustsd.'
Now imisod itopesit.
flOtlrtfosa mak eat sommois somatod. u .nt
Drat ts. Bpseirr sad Bask Nobs bought sad sold
A slim of Palate Patrosago Is mime:ally so:WWI
RIB/4T PAT STOLE.
OF NULL TOTS
IFetid ropeetterkeledons the Polk that Very have
Purchased the ,
•TOCt OP 01110CERIZ3 OF .141U8 A. IILIB2I
Um WWI to keep so rood au sootototost, of
WOOD A WILLOW WAN& AND YAIONTY 'GOOD ,
es fa krpt fa Arls. '
Kept isepstastly ea WA.
BERT BRANDS OF ERIE CO. FLOUR,
WILALLAWZD A GOOD 4R77CLE:
gr. The Wiest Larkst Prom paid for all Wm of
or goods dallearal feesasharge to say part '3 f the
A. MM. Diseinitt.] J. RITABLI.s..
Erie Ale Brewery,
'JANES OP PARADE AND BUFFALO
Brie CBI Lager Brewery, '
CORNER - OF POPLAR AND RIDGE
Erie Malt & Barlej Wordage&
CORNER OF 7TH STREET CANAL
Pabi sal Asir, ri rad XXC 1114
Obriesst IlerßONs zit awl Wry,
Oa bud sad bad for asie by
BICOSPOItAISD Dai. aims' , SI. I IBMOL
.1141174 Past G. r. COIL,
Crew Ell annum outran
urocutroaarsn ' (Amami"
mi t g. 'AM. Pied. OW. V. LOUR WT.
rCrgl in the Awe old and rell
emia emee beslislosi 1111141011.
Wale Eggllgli gen &CM
Smog 11117 Ades boiler item es 'este abate be
=tkeri sat inedb Slim% bet Rs at
sets es mg , resseimilis teems, g for
mesa. itagells el
ina gge, VII. A. itilaltellt, Apse.
&D. 1180011111111, ie • n.-
Lavo as gate Pram; at Vela
INN. sal !raft Viseilonos um.
*vs =re nummille
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF CARPETS!
PATENT SPRING BALANCE CURTAIN FIXTURE 1
NOTTIFIGHAK _LACE CURTAIN'S I
GLOVES AND HOSIERY!
GLOVES, HOMEY, &C.
No% Jas. 2,1 w.
MINNIG & RUSSELL,
oou' or Ora Ain run rrs.
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
Keystone Stove Works !
Tibbals, Mirk A Wlllamado
MOVES & HOLLOW WAJLk,
Ears Oarge and astanidvo ororthatat of Mc raaa:
Whoksali sad Retail.
TER IRON GATE
u• Itrotidamo Coal Cook atom, oritk or without: a ii.
' oak for bard or ooft itoo4 or wood. mill I
BETTER THAN THE STEWART STOVE-
WHEAT SHEAR lr NEW ERA ,
sou le. or. Cool Cook Stores—wita lewdest@ 3
lea be wed • 1 Alma for aril or wood.
THE POREST OA.H. •
V am ettll Inanafaebulag tido egetested Lew • tee
Store for wood—with or 'Meant reeenoir
4 Le Oves Steve for 1 , 4•4. Me la • mar Mors
braatltal dadga, aad now for aslo—togatkar tt
• Large araortamai of 'WOW Om Coals .
Parlor Cook lbr wood or aka!, sad PIACI!
aad Moo BOrsikfor wood or oeaL
C. N. mum, D. EIM.E. W. H. WRITZCI LP
gra/. lair. 12. 11161—ea.
Dealers re .
GROCERIES AND PRONISIONS3
Dried and Sealed Prune,
Ship Chandlery, Boat Storm, 4t0.,,, Oa,
N 0.7 1847178 BLOCK, PIRS leap,
Alio, Public Dock, Foot of State street,
WW. A. CRAWFORD. R. J. CHRLIVELIM
jaalne-41 J. BYRON
Z. 6 H. I'. mummy 6 CO.,
111:1111411tann of Photigesplde lEasrdalik
lir their rot
601 111.0ADWAY, N. T.
on WM* Is sor rola buslaso •1 rigrtoORAISIL tiag
MUM worn bariessUn kr ib• SellastaiS
Iltoroomoopos and Italsoacopio tis,
or we UT* sa Wirmais
Or TE WAS, ladadhe
01•0101 4 1 at mot mom oadfirsiliqg • amptel•
1110•041•11110 morzoinr 01/ tint WILT IMXM COMM
Sall Rm. ' Dutch GaA tig.
00171burith, Hanover Amalfi.
lair Oabo, • lookont Xmas's.
Savage Station, Chioltaliontisys
Protarittobargh, City Point.
Lomb= sad links Inds •a 4 Laapos, Gems. kir
Our A Volo t. g•• "g'1. 411 1 =0 -5 7 R =:::.
W.:..a. 1Iw• t. ratram. than bil• Ike Maud OWN
—0 • t w
o. Ismer gustltto la mot ridery, vow
be Is as anta t. l• SUL Ow ALBUMS lave the ma.
V ;1 mb.... 741•; .i4 1M0 5 t asnbleir 2•7 misa—
grin= MAIM LDS . To ouniajEll
Us Trade will Ink our Annum the most
Oar OP•Popiot sow amber, woo Trill TOIIOIIMI 4LONNIMIS
IWO* (o.,oasabboully Wig odd* of ill lmo mateur. do, oto : saws
164.43:aa lOC grarbOols goo Ilionszo.
is maw Mews, bn n.IsN
tli Colossia, ri Navy 011boora Iri Asti"
4/6 Aztkab 111 Poriof Warta6o Preedaast Worassa
kOOO ovum =
froolotty foram:Om@ of timi moo
Tobsotago, &soma dr. Cataiogue. pat po arodfrOirp.
.1* or kt Oso Paws Proton. frooo Cooslogya oittl bo
Mod ea nrootyl of $l.lO, sad oust b 7 als4, vaaa.
sad Won adorn goods C O. D, am pima
pooTolo = por Nal of Ow moose utak lb* soda.
prim all itoolity of or pods smoomi tilllirsoll.p.
THE CHEAPEST & 13En.
BUY EITMEEt TIM ULM= Olt
The tadmraignal having boom aepotated goat Is Ift
idly for the above melehmated Machias' rempatthdli
malls the attootloa of the public to the ram Z.
They are athnowiedrod to be the blot la in sad mai
the damped to the made&
Naah /Whim has all the latest tamprovemamata„ vita
resin them far superior to say other *ow NAL
Parsons dathing to mamas Swaim Mathias will
lad It of wheats', to man and MOWS these baba
totemxhthittoa at my eon% No. I..isierteaa
meth. thaw* aid Sem% otreet.
Nanll.dmo T. WAG 3*.
GROCERIES , 01tOCERIBEll
WHE Subscriber has removed his stock
of Groceries hero the stand above No Late Shoe
Depot to the roost is the brick blot&
pgr State strait.
emit et rezirtit e : whin vill ire
iads and costosraro and be El Moir *Mini fa r
stock Growls. Is lan. and imedly es aced el
erec t e t th e k nee d m aw soisistest irttStbe eilirseleeet
Reisvitse oil ta seed of asythiag is his Use te him
FALL AND WHIM GOODS
KIM S. H. HALL
Woold soopoothlly osll attratios to lot
LARGE STOCE OF GOODS,
Jut maks! Got Sot T. Weide
.11 ate, Ribbons, so.,
- DRY GOOD.III .
WWI& du 'SI stil
CHW I FOS 'CUM OS sitADT-P.a t ,
Mm.!, sandlot / old to blesildadii, micekag
es hash It. I ism Mow Si NO. Ir
D . W. 11111,01311W10N,
United • Ptates Claim Agent;
BOUNTY. • -
&ad all . sther or salad time iirreelimalliallOpi
MOM I.IOOIIABLL 7
kin stwara is Sr ormiramit
We al_-o sausterstars tbo
Ciliation & Rally