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rriE Arcady Obottur.
.overal TrekOs for giving in Erie
irEn-rtl.on with the oil re•
being selife'y discussed by press
r:e tab ogler raillonds are rapidly
~oir co mpletion, which RlO,OllOl
exert a most marked and fator
upon our trade and commerce,
~r , c,,
for some reason to obtain but little
pt of these, the Jamestown & Frank..
r9 l l, extends from the Erie & Pitts—
i:roga to Franklin, and connects
goo , nil Creek & Pithole railroad,
ors will be sent through without
free Erie to the very centre of oildom,
,e2ger s will be carried to Pithole in
h 3 .0 !. This road will be completed,
et a by the month of June next.
tte , De l route is the Warren & Irvine
connecting with the Nils
it Irvine, extends down the Val
klle;beny to Oil city. The work
being pushed forward with
tvliend rapidity. It will be in
f:limte by April or May next,
eltu pieted its whole length by
tr py e gusto will be uniform with
}t p9iie t,lphta S: Erie, - am:twill give
rest from Erie to Tidioute, West
7 ,, iss -ta. President and Pithole,
jeint.l.? points on the Allegheny.
i 1 nr liffiett't to exaggerate the•
, e ! : tbe.e new lines to the growing
c f cur city. Heretofore, although
on the very edge and threshold
ri ream, Erie hes, from the enperior
fie;l`,ties enjoyed by Cleveland and
t'eri compelled to see the rich
itth with equal facilities,, would in
t hoe rtritstea hit herwards, carried
tioie mere remote but more accessl•
we have had, ostensibly, a line of
t..) Oil Creek by the Philadelphia Sr.
I),i Creek railroads, but we might
i 4 well hare had none. Nobody needs
of the intolerable and utterly
delays, exact ions and imposi
!.,re I 11 the public, from the inexpli—
wperating mismanagement and
'al:fferenee of the imbeciles and incom
tcntofore and until within a few
chlrze orrailrovi matters on this
rart;cularly at Corry, the point of
r. All this will now very 8005, by the
;cf these new lines, be changed, and a
porin of the trade heretofore
to rievelAnd and Pittsburgh, will be
is this direction.
Cleveland to Oil Creek by the Atlantic
t Western is 14 miles.
Erie to Oil Creek, by the Erie & Pitts.
and Franklin & Jamestown, Reno, Oil
and Pithole railroads, is 93 miles, n
ace in faster of Erie of 51 miles.
l'itt;burgh to Oil Creek, by the Erie
burgh, j4me3town St Franklin, Ste , is
dithrenee in favor of Erie of 91
slance from Buff do to Pithule by the
s nre, Cross Cut & Oil Creek railroada,
hoe should ever be opened.) will he
les. Difference in favor of Erie 97
nst all the disadvantages and obstacles
which we have heretofore labored, and
but the mere drippings of this trade.
11 grown rapidly in population and
s with the grcwth of population and
•I in the oil region. What will our
.1 be with the opening of three new
t of trade; and still more what would
wed here in the way of rapid growth
e have a direct line of railroad between
i thatregio 1 ?
'tree road • only needed now to se
same , which cannot possibly be
by any of the rival points named.
at the map will satisfy any one of
is what is wanted, and in our jude •
we are not likely to get an indepen.
sd beginning here, the next best thing
to construct the road from Union to
ale and Pitholel By this means, and
section with the thiladelphis& Erie, a
line would be had which would en—
s to reach Ulm points in , the !holiest
'e ti©e and with the fewest miles of
note from Union to Titusville has been
;iiiy surveyed, and found to be remark
Ivorible in every respect. The distance
re io Pith°le by this route will be only
'n, taking the diffirenee in favor of
irßaffalo 74 miles; in favor of Erie
sre:cal 81 miles ; and in favor of Erie
,:lturgb 61 miles.
!far hal been made by responsible con
to do the entire work of grading,
furnishing the ties from Union'
(Cie for the'sum of $B,OOO per mile.
terti subscription has already been
:a the stock of this road at. Union and
!if remainder 'of the amount required'
:::e enbecribed here, and after the full
lode up—nof before—let there be an
, f manager", by the stockholder?,
Clrirethe work through to comple
the very earliest possible noineat.—
z!n‘iness men eee to it that there be
delay in securing the coin -
-mt ef this—to Erie—immensely im—
;rack; and while congratulating our
t:.l the cheering certainty of very
ht.t.ithe two new rputes referred to in
r•tteinetit of this , article, let us net
l'iefar greater advantages to be re
.l7::e direct route, by which the great
teeming with populational:id wealth,
tilr:zght to our very doors.
lllt. Coevrsrrom.—The Lake Erie
A . totistiou held its second meeting at
:Cr, on Thursday, the 15th inst , and
antis considerable amount of business
rtn,e to the interests of the craft in
of the country. Some twenty
z;re members were in attendance,
'Pined the 'association by letter.
1 ::Itty now numbers forty -four rim
ttpre.enting nearly all the papers in
•1-Itstero Pennsylvania, Western New
t=i a few is North-eastern Ohio, an 1
: ' l //ettly believed the' before the elate
tit yetr every editor and publisher living
lied within a scope of a hundred miles
tt the lake shore will have become
the organization. Its objects
;t:ty to Promote the business interests
-0, <lot:meted with it, and to cultivate
z!intte .relstions between oho mem
' tti in the azcomplishment of these
h promisee to become a very auc
a: , l heat ficial opal
t,t!.l6‘tion accepted of an invitation
Lt . Taylor, of the far famed McHenry
to Partake of a complimentary supper
oclock in the evetieg. and all who
treaent unite in pronouncing it
tf the moat bountiful and drlighiful
as they ever participated in. The
tables were literally loaded down with every
seasonable luxury that the palate could de
sire —game, fruits, nuts and sweet meats--
the wailire were prompt and obliging, and
there was that spirit of geuuiue hospitality
withsl which makes a mail feel at home in
etaatly, and leaves an etquring impres?iert of
gratitintion upon• his Mind. Mr. Taylor's
reputation as a first-class landlord, and
genial, liberal minded Wan, is by no meats
limited, but it will net be the fault of the
editorial fraternity present upon this °env.
Bien if it does not hereafter become vastly
more widely extended. Mr. James G. Clark,
the poet vocalist, was in attendance during
the entire preceeding3, and added much to
their interest by the charms of his rich and
well cultivat d voice.
In brief, (lest we should extend that article
bryon•l its appropriate limits,) we were
pleased with everything—pleased with the
liberality and sociability of the Meadville.
people—pleased with our own personal treat
ment at the bards of Mr. Grayson, of the
Democrat,and his estimable hidy, whose guest
we were—pleased with the highly respectable
character of the association—pleased with
the action it
,adopted—pleased with ourself
for oeing in attendance ;-tind we shall look
forward to the next meeting in Cleveland, on
the first Thursday. of June next, with an
anxious interest such as we have rarely felt.
Tug Bnamiso Watx.—Tne burning well,
says the Reno Times, twelve ' miler below
Franklin. on the Allegheny, still attracts a
good deal of attention. • It continues to burn
with unabated fury, lighting up the conn , ry
for many miles. Each night its brilliance is
noticed at Franklin, Rene, Oil City, Clarion,
and all the neighboring towns.' 'The steady
heat which it produces has caused singular
effects in its immediate vicinity. At the die:
tance where the terrperature is suitable, a
circ'e of green and beautiful grass has rapidly
grown up, and is now from two to four inches
high. Some hickory trees, standing within
range, have commenced budding out in all the
luxuriance of summer. 'The scene is one of
the most ma7nificent, sail at the same time
most interesting which can be conceived The
well is owned by parties at Rochester, N. Y.,
and 1 , 1,13 strtek some four years ago. It com
menced flowing oil and water with a very
strong force of gas, and the owners were
confident they hail got a good welt, bat several
weeks ago, while the workmen were at supper,
the well took flre 7 —it was supposed from the
engine —and has been burning ever since.—
The flame, when first discovered, was coming
out of the driving pipe, and was not more than
three or four feet in diameter, but, after burn
ing two or three days, the driving pipe was
melted off two or threefeet, and thus allowing
the gas and oil to separate before reaching
the top, spread over the surface thirty or forty
feet square. It his burned ever since with
no cessation. Sometimes the flames will reach
to a height of one hundred feet, and enlivening
the trees which crown the summits of the sue.
rounding hills, and the reflections against the
sky produce an effect which no pen can des•
cribe or pencil do justice to.
REDUCTION OT TAXES.—An important bill
has just passed both branches of our State
Legi.lattue, repea'ing the act which taxes
real estate in the Commonwealth twenty five
cents per hundred dollars for State purposes.
The special act imposing , an additional tax of
five cents on the hundred dollars would est)
have been repealed, had the proceeds not been
specially hypothecated for the payment of a
loan of three millions due by the State. This
was held to be a contract which good faith
with our creditors proteOted, and hence this
tax was allowed to rettain. But the repeal
of the first act is an important matter for the
holders of real estate at this time, when taxes
are pressing heavily upon them.
The attm which the, lax payers of the North•
west will save by the passage *of this bill in
the amount of their taxes, is as follows :
Erie $11,480, Crawford $10,350, Warren . s3,-
852, Elk $2,433, Venango $4,040. The deficit
made in the revenue of the State by this re
duction in the amount received from taxation
will Fe more than met and covered by the
provisions of the new finance bill just passed,
which prOposes to tax bank stocks and the
gross receipts of certain corporations. The
amount received from these sources, added to
that realized for licenses and through the
various other channels by which revenue
reaches the State Treasury, will, it is claimed,
pay the interest and current expenses of the
Conlaonw?alth, and besides,altow the authori
ties ti annually liquidate a certain per cent.
of the State debt. Thole are oheering indi.
cations, and they will hive a wholesome in•
fluence upon the prosperity of the State.
POLITICS IN CRAWFORD COUNTY:—The Re
publican Committee of Crawford. county met
at Meadville on the 13th, and after a stormy
eession, selected two renegade Democrats to
represent them in the State Convention.—
Among other resolutions adopted was one of
denunciation against Senator Cowaa, charging
him with Copperheadiem, and handing him
over to the tender mercies of Democrats, in
whose company. he , will unquestionably feel
more at home than with the men who elected
him. The following is all the reference to
the President which we find in the published
Resolved, That in our judgment the policy'
of the general Government should fully coo=
form to those high principles of freedom and
franchise inaugurated and foreshadowed by
the political administration of Mr. Lincoln
and that we emphatically condemn and repu
diate the affected patrillism of the Copper
head party of the North, in their eleventh,
hour espousal of a Republican administration.
in the hope that Andrew Johnson will betray
the alteri.hed hopes and expectations of the
The coolness of these Crawford county Re
publicans is peculiarly refreshing. They have.
not the courage to either endorse or denounce
Mr. Johnson, but condenin the Copperheads
for doing -"bat they dare not do—giving his
policy an outspoken support. It is evident
that the party of " great moral ideas " down
that way is not in the most blissful condition
It the Crawford county Radicals aro net
more coniageous than those of Erie, they are
in one reapeot haat a little mire honest.
They boldly announce and speak of them
selves as Republicans, and do not seek to
conceal their party identity under the mask
of Union, like their -political allies here on
the Lake shore.
DONATION.—TherP will be a donation for
the benefit of Rev. T. D Blin, at the Parson
age in Wegleyville, on•the afternoon and eve—
ning of Tuesday, the 27th inst. A general
attendance is respectfully solicited.
By order of the Executive Committee.
Wm P. Tntxnt,n,
Wesleyville, Feb 20, 1866., Beo'y.
A Fenian society, numbering thirty or
thirty-five members, was organized in the old
Temperance hall, above Crouoh's store, on
Tuesday evening. The following officers were
elected : Head Centre, Patrick Maloney; See
retary, John H. Welsh ; Treasurer, ,John
Items of Local Interest.
A column of interesting reading twitter *ill
be found on the fourth page.. 4
Venduo bills printed in English- and Ger
into. on short notice, and et the Lowest terms,
at the Obeerver office.
The reciial the Baptist etch bits re
salad in the conversion 1.1 nearly - nue bun
1s an instance of ndran'cing
the Adrertiecr Gaye there are now two white
women in Fretloais married to eogroes.
Meadville hay been incorporated as a city,
with Wm. Reynolds, Esq.. present Burgess,
During the war, an excited Republican
orator on The stump said the women of the
country could churn out the public debt in a
fO r year!. Judging from the price of butter.
they must have commenced upon the business
The article on railroad matters, in another
column; we trust will be generally read, and
especially by the people of our elty. It con-
Was facts that cannot be disputed, and of the
gravest interest to all who desire the prosper.
ity of, Erie.
The first ball of Perry Jr. Fire Company
will be held in Farrar Hall, on Tuesday
evening, March 13th. The young firemen are
making preparations for an unusually large
and pleasant gathering, and we do not 4oubt
that they will be successful.
A supper is to be given at Farrar Hill on
the evening - 9f Bt. Patrick's Day, this pro.
ceetls of which are to be devote to the benefit
of the orphans of the Fourth street Catholic
Church. These suppers are given annually,
and are generally very pleasant. We presume
the occasion this year will not be inferior in
interest to those of previous St.,'" &trick days.
Me. R. W. N. Taylor, of the McHenry
Ilnuip, at Meadville, has purchased for the
E tefait fire engine company of that place a
Complete set of hose apparatus and uniform,
arid donated them to the organization free of
expense. If Erie bad a half dczen citizens
like Mr. Taylor we would soon have a differ
ent sort of place from what wo have at pres—
In thelltate Senate, last week, Mr. Lowry
called up an rct to authorize the Erie & Alle
gheny railroad company to purchase the Erie
& Waterford plank road; to repeal the act to
connect the road with the Atlantic & Great
Western railway; to fix the number of direc
tors at seven, and to extend their road to"the
Allegheny river. The •hill reseed to third
reading, and was laid over. What new dodge
is Lowry up to now'
The Titusville Herald replica to the charge.
that Artemus Ward "never by word or deed
signified his synaptxtby .ist. the Unien cause,"
that to the personal knowledge of its editor
he gave three lectures its Cooper Institute,
New York, for the benefit of the Federal side.
It doubts the truth of the story now circulat
ing in the northern papers that Artemne lately
gave a benefit lecture in New Orleans for the
family of Jefferson Davis. The Herald is a
,We are gratified to learn that the members
of our County Agricultural Sicie!y are mak
ing an active effort to secure the bolding of
the next State Fair at this city. - In order to
succeed, it is necessary that the sum of $l5OO
be raised, which it is proposed to secure by
obtaining one hundred and fifty life members
at $lO apiece. The advantage of having the
next State Fair here is too apparent to need
argumeat, and it seems to us that there should
be no difficulty in obtaining the required sum
to induce its location at our city.
In a note from * Mr. Scofield to the editor of
the McKean Miner be says : "Far one, I do
not care whether the Legislature endorses our
actiotconthe Dieted. Suffrage Bill or not. I
voted for it because it had the sanction of my
own judgment, end I thought of my donstitu
ents If Mr. Scofield would visit his constit..
uents for a few days and consult with them as
.to their views upon negro suffrage be would
find occasion to soon change his mind upon
the subject of their opinions. We run no
risk in asserting that three at least out of
every five men in the district are opposed to
giving negroes the right to the ballot.
A hill has passed the House at Harrisburg,
and will come up• for consideration in the
Senate next week, which authorizes the Pt ii
afielphia & Erie railroad to "survey, locate
and construct one or more branches of rail
road, extending from any point or points on
the main line of their road to any point or
points in any county through's or iu which the
sail, line imam or in any adjoining county,
wither view to the development of theterri
tory within said limits ; Provided, The con.
strtotion of the road shall be commeneed
within two years thereafter, and be completed
within Sve,years." We presume the main
object of this bill to be to permit the Phila.
& Erie railroad to construct branches into
such parts of the oil region, and into the coal
fields of Elk and Jefferson counties, as the
company may deetk conducive to its into
, Messrs. Whitlden & Gegen, agents for the
American Life Insurapoe Company, of Phila
delphia, have fltte•l up offices in Beatty's
block, on tie Northwest side of the Park,
which for neatness and convenience have no
superior in the city. They were formally
opened " on Tuesday evening, when a num
ber of gentlemen participated in the enjoy
meats of the evening, and a good time all
around was had. The enterprising hosts,
with a forethought truly commendable, had
laid in an ample supply of the good things
essential to such an occasion, and the rapidity
with which they disappeared was the best
proof of their quality. A unanimous vote•
of everybody present decided that Messrs.
W. & G. are capital fellows, and deserving of
all the encouragement that' the public, osn
bestow upon them.
We announced, seine time 'ego, the ostab
lishment of the Citizen. a new paper, at Em
porium, Cameron county. The paper was
started by a oonple young n•en, who agreed
that it should not be political in character,
but solely a representative of the business
interests cf that section. Only a few copies
were printed . until it was converted into a
rampant Radical organ, and it soon became
one of the meanest journals of its class. The
history of the paper, front its inception to its
demise, a few weeks ago, is thus pathetically
recounted by the McKean Miner, a Repnbli
The bigness men Not only'in Emporium,
but all over the county, tilled its columns with
their advertisements at the publisher's rates.
More job work was given to the office than
could be done, or at least was done, and every
effort was made on the part of the people to
make the office a paying one. But how did
the young men who controlled the office ap
preciate such generoeity By proving false
to every principle of honor and decency. They
neglected their business by spending their
time in billiard saloon's and drinking plumes,
end took advantage.of the kindness extended
to them by borrowing all the money they
eciptid of their friends, running la debt to
dery man who would trust them with goods
or board, and then sneaked front the county
like the guiltiest criminals. They better a !vie
show themselves again in Cameron county for
they could look for nothing but harsh treat •
meat from a community they have so grossly
It welter in beilnton wett-set
acoonnt of a remarkable . discovery *Tully
made in that vicinity, which puts to bluch all
other disoovoics mad° in this part of the
fitste—nit not excepted. We vuspect„ though,
the tiartylind been indu`giug in something
rtrorcer than coffer. Hear him :
21:11 more remork:ble discovery hart
Int('ly been matio in this vicinity. I t is th a t
of a Coffee mitring. Our informant, who is a
gentleman of undoubted veracity, says that a
short time slate, 'white traveling in the woods,
a Ph ort distant* Boni town, he became con
scious of an intolerable thirst, sad sought
wherewith to allay it. After searching settle
he discovered **prim; which he at first sup
posed lobe filled with water; but, wondstful
to relate, the liquid hsd the appearance sad
taste of the real old Mocha, when trimmed
with cream and sugar. AS might be expected.
he refaces to reveal the exact loettion of this
valuable spring, until he can secure the fee
Isimple of the land. He then intends to bottle
no the liquid, and ship it to all parts of. the
United States. Ile will doubtless realise an
Rev. E. P. Hammond, whore ministrations
here are fresh in the minds of our readers, is
at present in Williamsport, Pa , where a
series of Union meetings are being hell, with
great success. ThS Bulletin, of that place,
says : "Never, perhaps, in the history of the
present generation, has there been such a
general interest upon the subject of religion
as pervades this community. Within the past
few weeks, there have been over one hundred
and fifty conversions "
!The Buffalo Express is edited by the Buffa
lo Postmaster. The Buffalo Postmaster wants
to keep his place and keep in with the rcdi
cm,a. He therefore treats the President's
recent speeches by saying that, they are of
course all wrong, but that the President
.ilofsn't know what he is talking about, and
as soon as he comes to his senses he will be
all yight. Ingenious Postmaster!
B. F. Morris, Esq., of the Warren Ledger,
has been elected delegate from that county to
the Democratic! State Convention. Thos. W.
Grayson, Esq., of the Democrat, and Lymon
Hall are the delegates from Crawfoill county.
4)ur friends in Warren and Crawford could not
Vivre made better selections than those of
Messrs. Morris and Grayson.
Buffalo is jealous of Rochester, because the
latter boa a ghost and she hasn't. Nt:k' place
is of account any more unless it is possessed
of a ghost. Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago,
Cleveland, Erie and all the enterprising cities
have each their ghosts, and Buffalo must se
cure one instanter, if she does not wish to
lose her prestige.
The annual city election occurs on the 3d
Friday is March. Up to this period no osudi
dates for local offices have announced them
selves, and we have heard no names men
tioned in connection with any position.
Nine months ago Pithole °unshod of two
houses. Now it supports a daily paper, re
ceives 50,000 letters monthly, and sustains
twelve hotels, a couple of which are equal to
the best In cities like Buffalo and Rochester.
A series of interesting religions meetings
have been in progress- in Park church since
Monday and hill he continued to the ()lois of
the week. &moons aro delivered every eve
ning by Rev. Mr. Lowery, of Beaver.
A friend atAfeadville, writing to us of the °
late Editorial Convent: on, remarks: " Taylor
says it was th beit party' b c ever enrained.
Don't you fe 1 flattered?' r Indeed :.:iie do.
Taylor is aju ce. if any•m9.n. is_ ._
John Goal ipg, tailor, has remnsred to a
room on Free% street, over Croacles &tar
store, where he invites his friends to call with
their ftvors- i , Mr. G. has the reputation of
being a very good workman.
The spring tirrn of the Edinboro Normal
School will open on the 28th of March. The
school, under the management of the indom—
itable Prof Cooper, has obtained a, popularity
unsurpassed by any in the Slate.
Written for the Observer.)
The Late Giles Sanford.
The Sanforde were originally from_Massa
chusette, but being Quakers, were, in 1630,
driven out of Plymouth Colony by the Puri—
tans, on account of their religious creed, and,
like scores of others, took refuge in Rhode
Island, then called Providence Plantations,
where they were safe from their persecutors.
Giles Sanford was born on the 18th Sept.,
1783, at what was then known as "Norwich
Farms," now as "Franklin," New London
Co ; Connecticut, and removed with his father's
family to Herkimer Co.. New York, in 1801,
and in 1810 came to Erie to reside. After
serving as clerk for the late 11 8. Reed. a co
partnership in the mercantile and shipping
business, under the name and style of Reed &
Sanford, was formed. and for many years done
the heaviest trade in Erie. In addition to their
regular trade, they were heavy contractors
for supplying the Western mita% 4y posts.
In his palmy days, Mr. Sanford was con
sidered one of the most intelligent business
men in this part of the country. But for
many years physical debiTy forced him to
abandon active pursuits, and for a long time he
has been confined to his house: where, altho'
his decrepit state confined his body, yet his
active mind was ever at work. He was a greet
lover of ht,rticulture, the study of geology and
other sciences. He was also quite an anti
quarian, and collected many interestiug relics
and facts, more particularly in connection
wi. h this section of country; and tot le records
and well stored mind his daughter, Miss Laura
Sanford, warn much indebted in writing her
valuable ":History of Erie County." Ile was
always a zealous advocate of internal , im
provements, and in foot everything tending
to improvement. particularly in the section of
country where he lived.
About a week before his death, he took a
violent cold,.wbioh terminated in pneumonia,
and on' Tuesday, the 18th inst., 4 , bid adieu
to earth." He retained the full possession of
his mental faculties until the last. His funeral
on Thursday wee attended by a large concourse
of sorrowing friends, notwithstanding the
storm and cold. and the funeral services by
the Rev Mr. Cain, of the Park Church, of
which be was a' member, were truly impres
sive—were spoken in that solemn yet eloquent
pathos peculiar to Mr. C., and will long be
remembered by his hearers.
Thus. the pioneers are rapidly paving
sway. Within the last two months no less
- than four of the seven or eight left have been
taken from -- and All br - aotogen
Wr tten ter the Oheerrer )
The U. S. S. Michigan.
This vessel has, for the past three months,
been under extensive repairs at the ship yard
of Mason & Bidwell, in Buffalo ! Last week
the repairs were completed, and the vessel
turned over to Lt. Corn. Roe. •
A new and, elegant cabin lumbeen erected
on the spar deck ; new decks and Spars have
been put in ; the ward room and steerage
have been enlarged and mat hilly improved,
and the engine, under the eta I supervision
o f lot Assistant Engineer, e aft, has been
then uglily overhauled and repaired. The
cost of the repairs will not exceed thirty
The citizens of Bantle have been profuse
in,their marks of attention to the officers, and
these gentlemen express themselves delighted
at. the treatment they have received from the
hospitable Buffalonians. ,
As material changes have recently occurred.
in the personnel of the officers, we give below
a full and comet list:
• Lt Com, F A Roe; Lt and Ex Off, F 0 Dav—
enport; Faymaster, Edwin Stewart; Surgeon,
Michael Bradley: Ist Mat Engineer, J W Da
Kral; Masters, Wm (I Morris and Reward
Moffatt; Ensigns, C C Eddy and Lew R Ilam
merely ; 2d Asat Engineer; J B Kelly ; 341
Asst Engineers, Jones, Pales end Smith ;
Gunner, John It Grainger Carpenter, Geo W
Elliott; Mate, Wm Leonard; Paymaster's
Cie*, J 3 Odell. Ornals..
*view ler no Oirieverj
, • .Festival at Edinboro.
The friends of Rev. R. W. Lloyd (M. E
held a festival for the benefit pf himself art
lady at the Atio:mbly Hall, Edinboro, on i
day everting, the 11th last. By the kind pot--
misoion and Ls-hloance of Prof. Cooper. .1
table of refreshments ROB served up at the
lio.trling P.itl hr the ladles for the numerous
gur,ts of the fi. , tire rec./rim A vein of
harmony and good frelizg pervaded the spark-
ling throng, cud the nfla , r bestowed great
erc4llt ripen all contrived with the undo.rtik
.ing. At the :AGM', the-proceeds (•:13C,) were
'formally prerentod to our worthy pastor, which
he modestly accepted, with appropriate re.
'antics and after the assemblage had joined
in singing the Demise, he dismissed us with
• the benediction. This Is the second ewes
sion of this kind Mr. L. has received from his
present charge, showing how frilly appreciated
are his lablre, and he i e the right man in the
right place. J. C. W.
Written for the Obstiever.l •
Eleetien 'hi Wayne Township.
Warts, Fen. 19th, 1866.
. EDITOR Onssierse :—The election in this
town went off last Tuesday. The town - usually
has erne three-fourths Republican ; at this
tip., in some offioes it has been a tie—the
largest majority being seven. There was a
general turnout on both eider. If Congress
should sit until - the next election Ili Demo
crats will number Iwo thirds of the voters.
The people begin to think that a white man is
as good as a nigger—if he behaves himself.—
There is one out of about five in favor of ne
gro suffrage, but even they don't want *nig
ger to marry their daughters. I should like
to bear from every town le the county:
Yours, Foaxsitty A REPUBLICAN.
Datsipine's GOLDEN READY RECKONER
Calculated in dollars and cents, beings useful
assistant to traders in buying and selling Val
rious sorts of coinmodities, either. wholesale
or retail, showing at once the amount or value
of any number of articles,. or quantity of
goods, or any merchandise, either by the gal
lon, quart, pint, ounce. quarter, hundred,
yard, foot, inch, bushel. Sr.o , in an easy and
p'ain manner. To which are added interest:
tables, calculated in dollars and cents, for
days and for mortir, at six per cent. and at
seven per cent., per annum. alternately; and,
a great number of other sables sad rules for
calculation near& before in print.-. Price a 5
cents. Dick St, Fitzgerald, Pabliabere, N. Y.
.CRRSTRBVIRLD'S LITTER WRITER AND BOOK
or ETIQUETTE ; OR ? CONCINE SYSTINIATIO Dl
RECTIONA FOR ARRANDIRO AND WRITING LS?.
Tags —Also, msdel correspondence in friend
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model love letters.; If any lady or gentleman
desires to know how to begin a love-corres
pondence, this is just the, book they want.—
If they wish to speak their minds to a tardy,
a bashful, or a careless or indifferent lover,
or sweetheart, this book tells exactly how it
should be 'done Price 40 cents. pick
Fitzgerald, N. Y.,;pablishers.
BEADLE'S Morrni.v.—We are indebted to the
publishers for the March number of Beadle's
hlenthly. It contains the usual amount of
interesting reading matter, several original
stories. mgt-rent notes on books, sciences, per
sons, &c. It is well worthy.of public patron
age. Price 23 cents.
SMUT; QUANTITY.-0111) teaspoonful of that
world renowned remedy, Cee'a Dyspepsia
Cure, taken after meals, will enable the most
confirmeddyspeptio to eat anything he ',Uwe',
without fear of any distressing effects. It is
able.aing to all who sie troubled with diseases
pertaining to the stcmuh and bowels. The
proprietors of Coe's Oongh Balsam say, take
little and often. Doctor the throat and bron
chial tubes, not the Metall:lh. This is the
secret of its success. It will not harm you
to take it often, and every time you take it,
you will see its beneficial effects.
SIDONTAIIT FlADlTe—There is no class of
the community more subject to disease of the
digestive organs than Motile whose business
compels them to be continually within doors,
either seated at ,s, desk, or.standing behind a
counter. HoofisnWs German Bitters will
prove a true blessing to_ these persons; and
enable them to fulfil the duties of their sta . .
Con with a spirit and alacrity unknown to
Iberia before. -These bitters can be had of any
druggist. They are not a substitute for whis
key. ' feb.
9tal--11 is true that the poeulai• remedy
known as Coe's Cough Balsam does' net-dry
Or 1 cough, but' loosens it sotthat the patient
can expectorate freely. Give it to your chil
dren freely, and take it yours& f for bad colds.
It does not fake a week to receive benefit from
Coe's Dyspepsia Cure. It will immediately
r gieve pain in the stomach, souring or rising
o f 1 :Nod, and care the worst oases of Dye—
ser . ci ,sor & Brother, Wholesale and Re—
tail Dealers in Confectionery. Oysters, Canned
Fruit, St .tione) 4'. Yankee Notions, Bakers'
Goode, Toys, dig,*, Tobacco, Pipes, lo._,
West Side of Peach ' greet. 1 Square South
of the Union Depot, En a, Ps. Also. Dealers
in all kinds of Country D :odttcs. Particular
attention paid to fi lling Conn try orders.
• • (Jay.2B.tf )
liiirD. W. Hutchinson, United b; 4441 5 ut
Agent, Girard, Penna, Pensions,
Bounty, and all other claims against thi s soy
ernmentattended to with promptness. Chat,. l , l
reasonable. Applications by mail attended t.
the same as if made in person. (jalB Gm.)
FTAm.'s Coron Rr orsoy.—The public attention tuarsln
eallyi to themerits Uf this old and pointer medicine—
WHIM! ASTIR - TUX ISOST 2/101Dir011 TRIAL DCRIIIO A PR
RIOD Or TWITTY•OIR TEARS IS A OXITTID 7 tIZSIOST Brill-
DT ASO CRETAIS cu,il. %SOWN 7021 TIISOAT AND Lola
Every considerate verson knows the importanee'of
resnovinz long affections in their early stages and many
from rad experienci have learned the danger of delay.
Hall's Cough Remedy is lot recommended as a WWI
*AL rAMACII• TOR ALL IiCHAN ILLS, but only for a speed
& class ofDrilleini located In the same stryetate, Inci
ted by the same entities and requiring much the same
treatment, varying with degrees of violence.
• It is pleasant to the taste. safe In Ste ortsialiola,
thorough and speedy In lii action. Long experience
ptovea it hu no Forams. or goat. in merit or efficiency
for enrinz oocars, NOARSICIINS, BRONCHITIS. catirr
•srtrea and WHOOTING corae:•
It removes irritation, causes free and easy exoectora•
tioo, loosens the tight ard full sensation in the lungs,
restores the respiration to its easy, natural condition,
,and vigor to the lung:and also clearness
and strength to the voles.
Cno bottle Is generally anßetent to cam •n °Tatum,'
Retail pzie9 60 cents toll per bottle
Liberal inducements offered to the trade
Sold wholesale and retail by Hall & Warfel, proprie•
tors, a t their drug store, C3O State atreet, Erie, Pa, and
by dealers Reverent. ji.Z.tn
HaLneoLo's 11101ILY CO.TOILITIATID 00XPOCID FLITID
422 ACT 8re1117.-12 a certain and rate remedy, pleasant
in tut• and cdor, and immediate in Its action in al die
eases o f the bladder and kidneys, meet s dram, female
entePlaints, organic weakness, obstruction of urine and
all dieeases of the Urinary organ", In every form, wheth
cr etsislog In malt; er female s and no matter of how long
staii4 ng. '
For medical properties of Bodin, see Dispensatory of
the United States.'
Fee Prr lessor Deicer's raluab'e works on the Prattle
Fee remarks made by the late celebrated Dr. Phyalek,
See reccetrks nude by Dr. Vphralui NeDowell,a tele
bre'ell physician and member of the Royal College of
Surgeons, Ireland, end pubilabed in the transactions on
the King sad Queen's Journal.
See Med!co-Chirorglcal Ferierr, publbheS by Denjee
tedut Traverse, Fellow of Royal Colleges of Surgeons.
See most of th white Standard Works of lirdletno..
Thysicians pima make no - secret of lug re
Elrlatbold's Convutrated Compound Flu Extroet o
Durbin is composed of burial, thobabo and Janiper bor
lie", prepare d ramp, by n; T. MELMBOLD, and sold
at bin Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 44 Droodnay
STATIC AGEICVLTOBAL SOCIETY.
At a meeting of the Per.napirants. State Agricultural
Soristt, held at Hantrbnrg. on the 10th of January.
1881, it was resolved to told an annual szhibitlen thie
year, on the 28T11, .17TH tHD 24T11 OR Sr:PTtIIBER
NZXT. and %committee appointed to reef ire proposals
1. Om towns of societies of the State, offering induce
=soli for holding it at the different points which their
proposii ions will designate. Raid Committee are Kema l.
Amos .f. Kapp. Northumberland; Woo., Biwa * Rms.
burgh; Daniel 13: Driest:ash, Beach Hares; John B.
Rutherford. Banishing; A. B. Unmake; Stare v arr.
Nrrideovn; and the undtreignod, at Harrisburg. All
communications thus addressed will be laid bit er . the
Executive Committee on the pow day et Marsh mt.
until which Mr ectrapstillon for 1001Z01 Is belted.
leb6.llt. • • A.. BOYD HAMILTON.
--CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS I
A, IN E W
rtslilei 01.1.1.4011 t. t felt •rel, ply IngrAtit 1 ;104 Sll Wool et $1.30 i y'A : FOP
['rug Cloth 4, 1 1 , ..r,Cui . te 1. , ”. lie vi.,114 I Ila.tutlt PaltPro * Coent Hellinre, Flnta 011
o.k.Al:s, 3 1 1 poor. stele. end aidthal wfier nil eqoh, t'y the ebe.t, large
enti,„lh Cl - cr n 10.rc...• , ,0rn ai..hnut Velvet :tug And Mate,
Pu. • `•!ati.titair, 0 .9.41e:1d Nude. All atrlee Gilt
and !lain Window Shade.. , turlatut Green Kugl ih
Hollands for all "Lillie.
LI lees 1.11. r •
PATENT srum BALANCE • CURTAIN FIX' URE
The - lieLisit thing out. Come nod see It. Elegant Gilt Lad Bross4ll Window Co:ninon, Curtain Ilooks. rictut
/ Nails, Tassels, Corea. &e. Everything in this lino ems 'be Grand bete. ♦ Splendid A asortuunt
NOTTINGHAM- LACE CURTAINS I
Notting%am Late by the yard. -bl•c tot Nairn tri. 65 cants—obupsr than Kmb. Yaalln. go*. blaslin also, Lams
- Edx. Hand,ome Lam for Vestibule Windows, with rods and Fixtures. The largest amortment of
• Wall and Window Paper In the town.
LINENS, LINENS., LINENS}
The largest assortment of Linen Gv. is in this muirei at priced that defy competition. Elegant Bleached Table
Linens. 114 yards wide, at $1.15 per yard. •We can show thesegoode in all grad - s, from the soonest to the finest
Double Dams•lt. Mephitis. all eines hod prices. We hare a job lot of tlitivi cowls at $3 per dose; all Lin e,
which we foosider the cc pies "'Ural In the market. .
Iliiekabacli and Damask Linea. gploodiAlluelabark To wel at .t. 1,50 par de a all Lippe. Elegant Iluckabuek Tow
bleached, by the yard, Wa wid*, at the very low pries of 55 ante. frisk Linen; Sheet/ or Mama,
I : 4 111rtioa !Anew, Pillow Etc.. Et.. Greta'. I.silee acid ChUdren'a Lloen
chiefn. A good, Haan, Wien' Handkerchief at 12a V doz. •
Gents, Ladles.Bisees, Boys sod Chi C.ott:n sod Wool Here. all price*. The, but stock In town. • good
Cotton Be., at 25 et,. per Intr. Winter Gloves for Everybody.
YANKEE NOTIONS AT WHOLESALE.! -
• ~......, , - ,
Bleached Sfitelings, Shirtlogs, Pillow Unsling, .ket Also, a sold stock of Dottiestle Goods at lowprtoss. W
keep no Dress Goode, diereby enab li ng no to keep a larger stock ut tint ofsb,ng GOO4ll. CZ.I i :A' fore all the barrons
are taken. ' _
No 7 Eked nom Block, Erie, Pa.
re Tha }itoys is unler the sararrision of Sfr. S. S. G ftf.3Wol.ol, whc Wen known In thla Tickilts.
a 09115. I
C AMU LIG IR 11. T,
8,..00T1S AND SHOE'S,
MAO: 11AsrrAcTriza CY
CUSTOM.. MADE BOOTS AND SHOES,
Would take this method of returning his thanks t .
Ws Mends sad the publie generally for their liberal
patronage heretofore extended to him, and hopes to tare
a continuation of the same. I take pleasure is lnioranng
the public tl•at 1 ..m still selling
11.1CAD'E MADE HOOT! AND SHOES AS CHEAP,
-IF SIOT L LITTLE CIISAYINL- • ,r
Tilan any Homo in this place, and I am Mill making the
Wid qualities of Gouta• Boas and Shoes, for ♦htrh I em
ploy none but the D gn of WORKllini,under the Super
intendents of 0. MILLER.
Baring obtained sin:nom to am the
P LIIMER PATENT BOOTS,
I am now prepared to make the Plumer Patent Boole
andNitou in a manner not to be surpassed in Style and
riralarm. keep on bend a selection of the but
Brands of tench and American Calf and Kips.
,P. B.—Repalrinc attended to. mrl764t.f.
I. , TO GET YOUR HONEY BACK
BOOT AND 8110 E STORE,
State Street, Nearly Opposite the Post °Moe.
S. Caughtla. Boot and Shoe Dealer,
respectfully informs the Public that he
has removed his Mend to the Store Boom
on State street, nearly oprtsite the Post
OM*, where he Writes all his old friends sad onitomers
to give him a eall. Particular attention elven to
gating nada! workmen, and superintending all his
busing.' himself, habanero' he can gire as good satisfac
tion and sell at as low prices u any other person in the
city. Good Pita Warranted. • aprifB4tL
KEYSTONE STOVE WORKS.
TIBBALS, SHIRK & WHITEHEAD,
STOVES AND HOLLOW WAKE,
Have a large and exteneive assortment of Stoves at
Wholesale and Retail.
TIIE IRON GATE
a first-class Coal Cook Stove with or withotil reser-
VOir, for hard or soft c al, or wood, and is
BETTER THAN MR STEWART'STUVL
We al o manufacture the
WHEAT SHEAF AND NEW .ERA,
Both low even Coal Cook Stoves—wits wood grates—•
- cut be used either for soul or wood.
THE - FOREST - JA.'K.
We are still manufacturing this cs'ebratsd low oven
Stove for wood—with or without reservoir.
A Low Oven Stove for Wood This is a new Stove,
beautiful design and now for sale—togetrer with
a large assortment of elevated Oven Coo , ,
Pariry Cook for wood or coil, and Parlor
• and Once Stoves, for woodor coal.
0. 'I'IIIRALS, D. SHIRK., WHITEHEAD
Erre, Jan.l2. 1852—ta.
Elal•E ALB EILEWEEY,
CORNER OF PARADE AND BrFPALO STREgT3
ERTE'CITY LAGER BREWERY,
CORNER OP POPLAR AND RIDGE STREETS
ERIE MALT ANDBARLEV,WAREFOUSES,
CORNER OF 7TH STREET AND CANAL BASIN.,
Pale and Amber XX and XXX Alas, •
The Beet Qnalitt and Usual Varietive of I ager,
Mile Selected k, astern Hops.
/The Choicest Qualities of Malt and Malay,
On hand and and fo r lee by
Would respectfpU3* info o m th i e s pubtle that they have
FII RN ITU i;!.E VI,A'RE-R,OOll,
IN GABLE'S BLOCK,
BETWEEN OM AND 917 STREETS, ON STATE
Where they intend to keep • utstult/Y ott had • full
NEW AND WELL BELECYED FILYRNITUII.3
.Be metpactlully so L lteit a aluov nf tfiehibliopat.
rotate J. H. RIBLET.
A. Of. IiPtIOVIIIR.
N HAY Iv•EILEIe
IrUR3ITURE AND UNDERTASINM
W AR E—RO •IA S
On State St, between Seventh and Eighth.
The Subscribers 4 am entered into the Cabinet Makiog sad
And propore ruakb tg to order and keeping eonitantly oo
hand all Undo of Furniture.
Orders will receive prompt attention. Repairing done
cm abort notice.
The subscribers will Rive special attention to this de.
mrent or their bulimia. They will manufacture and
keep constantly on huld a lag,' assortment of Metallic
Cases and Caine and bold themselves In veodlueell to
meet orders In this Hoe, promptly, trom say part of the
country. Determined tempers no *Worts to give es • •
Mon both in the quality of their condi and prices, y
hope to 'secure a liberal share of paidie patronage.
moo= h FOIBLE%
aprllll2-tf. Bucesmors to J. H. &UM
CRAWFORD, RUTH A: CHRISTIAN,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Deit4 and Sealed Fruits, Paints sad Oils,
Ship Chandlery, Boat Stores, dm,
NO. 7 BEATTrS BLOCK, PARK ROW,
Alto, Public Doek, foot of State street,
MC A. CRAWTORD. R. J. CHRISTIAN,
fan2if6s-tf J. BYRON ROTH
G ua ID 'Art's HALE..
By virtue and In pursuance of an maim boning rut of
the Orphan's Court of &le.:minty, to medirected.Tehall
expose to sale at public vendne or outcry. at the Court
House la the city of Brie, Pa., at 2 o'clock p. m., on
MONDAY, the 12th day of MABCEI next, the equal
undtvided otie-balf part of the following described lard,
to aft All that evrtatn piece or paroel of laud Waste
in Wayne township, In the county of Erie, and bounded
sr follows, r a: commencing lathe west lids of tract No.
45, where the road crosses the same. thanes by add land
and by the west I ne of tract No. 24, south one bundled
and mighty caches to a post; thence by th e m ed iae of
tact No. se welt 81 perches - to a. post; thews by said
midge of tract No. 21. aud by the residue of tract No. 5,
north 167 perches, to the centre of said road; and thence
by the same north 193 i degrees, Slit g 0 perches to the
Aye of beginning, eontaining BO scree and 122 perches.
teflaodi and - Allou nuns, be the same more or Ice, being
curt of larger tracts of had Nos. 6 and 2$ on neap of
Holland Land Co.
Trams or Anti--One-third on' continuation of sale
sad the balance In two equal annual payments. with in.
tenet ea the whole sum unpaid, to be paid annually. to
be emoturd by aludiernent bend and a snort/tags on the
premiss: or at cub, at the option of the purchaser.
BENJAMIN GRANT. Guardian of
- WILLIAM D. WILDED,,
LINN I. WILDER.
11.-414 other half of the laid will be sold ea ad.
nations brew at private
A.isultTnENT oF CAILPETS':
0 W,E L I N G 3,
GLOVES AND HOSIERY!
THE GREAT ENibILISH REMEDY.
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS
23Y ROYAL •••••• 40 PATENT !
Prepared from a Prescriplon of sir. J. Clarke, L. D.,
Physician Extraordinary to the Queen.
Dia invaluable medicine is unfailing in the care of al
those painful and dangerozs diseases do which the female
constitution Is subject. It moderato* all exams and. re
move, all obstruction.", and a speedy can may be relied
TO MAREI.ED LADIES
it la peculiarly suited. It will, in a short Urns, bring on
the monthly penod with regularity.
. Each bottle, price One Dotter, bears the Government
Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits.
79411 Pills "amid not be takes by Females daring Oa
FIRS? THREE NOIYTHS of Pregasiaty as tAey an
rare to brief ow Miscarriage, bat at any stAtr tut. they
In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections, Paine in
the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on elightexertion,Palpita -
lion of the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, these Pills will
effect a cure when all other mesas have failed: - and al
though a powerful emedy. do not contain iron, calomel.
antimony or anything hurtful to the constitutlini.
Full directions In the pamphlet orotund each package,
Which Should be carefully preserved.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Sole Agent for the United States and Canada,
JOB MOSES, 27 Cortlandt St., New York.
N. and 9 poetage,stamps enclosed to say au
thorized agent, will insure a bottle, containing 60 Pills.
W. G. GARDNER,
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
HEADQUARTERS NOR _
'WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE;
WINES A - LIQUORS.
F. it M. SCHLAUDECKER,
Are now receiving at their old stand, Amer toss Bloc
g.....tStats rot, a large and superior stock of
H rer,ct, Provisions, Want, Liquors,
iilow, Wooden and , Stoae Ware,
u ts. No te. Ay, to.
Together with everything found in a Hogue of this
kind, which tbey will sell as cheap as any other estan-
UtbmentJq this city for Cash or most Ittudi - of country
They have also on band one of the largest and toast
Stocks of Tobacco and Scors ever brought to rate, to
which they invite the attention of the public.
- Call and see us--a nimble sixpence la better then
a slow shilling, consequently Cash buyers will finality/A
- bargains by culling 'Mille
—AMERICAV . BLOCK, STATE STREET.L
June 3.1350-62 P. k E. SOELAUDAILER. '
NEW GILOCHILY STORE.
The undersigned have opened a new Groom" , Store, on
JUST SIDE OF STATE ST, 3d HOUSE NOR'IN
OP RAILROAD BRIDGE,
Where they intend keeping • full supply or
GROCERIES; PROVISIONS, FRUITS,
NUTS, CROCKICRY WARE,
Yankee Notions, Willow Wire, Confectionaries
Thbaeco and Cigars.-
And everything usually on band in an establisbmant
of the sort.
Alwaya an band a stock of Froth Oysters of the Bast
Brandi, at low. st mulct prices
We are detazidned to afar as good Adamson in Rae
other dealers in the etty, and turtle the üblio,to call,
eantdent that we can giro entire saattaraetion,
deel4ls4f, r. •. WEBBILIt
j °mum' EICHENCAL(B,
13.00T5: AND 8110E8
NV 110LES&LE AND RETAIL
I take pleuure In armour:eine to the public that I
have added to my nrmer laoilities • complete anti of
8110 E SfACII.INERY ;-
Which will enable ma to manufacture and sell Boot: -lel
CHF. 4.PER THAN FtERSTOFORZ.
Having had love experience a to the wants of ee.,
men, I shall take gimlet pains in prototring tug Iter
R.:lt them. I here the =chutes right in this ell, io
m oo the
PLIMIEB PATENT BOOTS "A SHOES„
for the beneiti of my castomme, end mar ask tri
th em, t o m aw, say one as to their imparter comfort yr.),
then:it:nada in the oLI way.
The Planar Hoot oftedJ no breaking in; tt L ea mug
tram the Mart ae one wank for shine time.
CUSTOM ow/lawn? •
will melee my own and lir. I. 00rrittil *special at
tenth:in--combining workstien which cannot be
swelled In the country. Boots and Skoea repaired on
short notice. CU natant!, on hand • large stock 91
LEATHER, LASTS AND FINDIRGS.
Tendering my thanks to my friends and cnatomars for
past patronsgri I hope by just and honorable dealing to
merit s -ontinnsnue of the sane, end cordially Invite-ail
to call and emumine my stock before purchasing 'else
wiuire. . toarG'64ll.
p. B. LIONEVSLEg,
CARVER & HOIitECKER.
infoiSJJJAI s RITAIL DIM= II
LEATHER q WES,
No. 3 Parry Block , tete, Erie, Penn's.
Coultantly on Imail•lugo stock of
SOLE LEATHER, MORQCCO, LININGS
FRENCH L• AMERICAN CALF SKINS, KIPS,
UPPERS AND. SPLITS, LASTS,
pagi, Laitinia, Galloons, &e
ASSORTI2I:3 I T OF SHOEMAKERS' TOOLS,
Aso( which be offers low for
CASH OR PROMPT PAY.
CGIIIIIENs, CaIIGUSIV & ICIRWD:;I4,
NV 11 OLESJJ.E GROCERS
AND PROVISION DEALERS,
•LSO DrAIMIN IN
WOODEN WARE, NAILS, GLASS, ROPE, REFINED
OIL, WATER LIRE,
wiIITE LIME, OIL VITRIOL, CAUSTIC
NOS. 25 .1; 2G NORTH PARK STREET(
NOTIUR TO BI:
Proposals Tin be reeeired by the wader! „nei the
'abrading of school bowie Me. 2. oa tas 'Aar :w,,,,ti,,
throe miles west of Yrie, lately deetr,y.s s. Arr. unlit
Saturday, Feb 24, 166. Plan and "este& Was as
seen on and aft*r February lath, at the house of the tor
derslined, oa Federal
W . Kull Overt tp.
arbl-dtt F. W. KOZIELIS. goer et loud