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Ytee'6f baits: -1
_ At the borough election, in Honesdale, Pa.,
en Friday last, . the whole Deinocratio ticket
was triumphantly elected. The like has not
occurred in several years before. f_
• We oolgratulatei John Cessna on his great
success.rew persons who take the down
ward eonT e in pOlitics reach the bottom quite'
as soon a. he ha§ reached il f •e:A
i • I
Says the Spruagfield (Mats.) Republican:
"By setne mysterious but merciful ' diaper'
ration,' - the Maisachusetts Legislature has
been thus far kestralted from making it
-self ridiculous ever thSashington imbrog
In order to judify its publication of a Sun
day paper, the Chicago Tribune argues at
great length against the Christian 13abbathas
• Divine institution. Such are the tendencies
of radical leaders.Ze destroy, all respect
for the Christie]. religion and promote in&
i Malty. t t •.. .
Alemale teacherqu Belfast, Maine, haii just
recovered two Ondred and seventy one dol
lars from a phieician there who charged her
in one of thefiewspapers, with having ex
presort' joy at the death '. ! President Lincoln,
thereby depriritig her of her pupils. '
Last fall the ilepublicans, to a man, tram
the Chairman 1 , theirlitate Committee down,
denied that th question of negro suffrage
was in issue; now they make it the leading
issue. When ''ll the people get enough of
the deceptions ad falsehoods of theite bold
The Newark N. J.) Journal recommends to
the New York Iferald the following ticket for
the campaign of 1868':
Iron ' , morons,
, - -•
DEAD D UCK FOR-144Y•
The correspimdent of the Boston Poet-etatea
that the President, referring to certain Ines-
lions . lately agitating the Depart ts, has
said that he makes no secret of las . ntention
of standing by t snob Republicans a, sustain
him, and of oppeeing those who oppose him
and his policy. ,• . ,
The folic wing was Thnr . low Weed's eadorse
mons of the P sident's speech, which was
lent on the 23 ,
" I thank on from my whole grateful
heart for you;
speech of yesterday ; The
Union is now fixed fact.
" TIIIIRIOIII Wazo."
The New Yi k Tribune objects to the estab
lishment of a 4 colored gallery " in the See
ate Clamber t Washington. It wants a
general mist re of black and white in the
auditorium of -that augustbody. The next
thing requirtid by the radicals will be a place
upon the Sod? for "the Amerioau citizen of
African descent," and Massachusetts may,
perhaps, open the ball by sending a colored
representatiza in place of Mr. Sumner I •
Wauseon's . Pnornsar.—.The prophecy im.
puled to DaniellWebeter bears peculiar eignifi.
cance at thie day : , t If those fanatics . and
abolitionists ever get power into their hands,
they will override the Constitution, set the
Supreme Court at defiance, change and make
laws to suit themselves; finally, they will
bankrupt the country, and - deluge -h with
Motto of all the " Republican " orgcne
during the war ; "Opposition to the Preei
dent is treason to the Government." R is
said that medfral men never take their own
physic. It is o?vident that the "loyal" pip
Utica' doctors don't-either.
SIIOULD BE DISTILOYID.--Itt Nashville the
ether day a nigger was working at something
In front of a jail with a ball and chain to his
leg. A soldilier passing asked the nigger wby
the ball was chained fast to him l' •' To keep
traveling Yankees from stealing it, Massa! '
was -the prompt reply. That nigger should
be looked' af ter—should be prayed 4.
should be Lade a free man or otherwise de+
slimed! I , • e ungrateful scamp !
The Iliob'.. and .7lntis gives the following
advice; to V rginians: "Let us, by the fair.
es o, ;
jambs : and humanity of our dealings
and Interco . se with the A freedmen,' demon,
strata to th
that a Pre
conservative inane* of the North
ens' Bureau is not essential for
the proteoti.n of the emancipated negro., Let
u prove t. at we • are the freedmene' beet
friends, and seek to make him useful, respect=
able and in Higent."
The Wu 'ngton Bier says; 41 Mrs. Jane
G. Bwieshe was diemissed from, her posi.
lion as oler in the Quartermaster'Oentrars
office on M adey by the Quarterinester Gene=
ral, with t e approval of the Secretary of
War, for respectful language against the
President , the United States in Saturday's
edition of the newspaper which she edits, t,431
I. This in the second dismiessf
from that o_ ce for hostility to the govern
ment. A.Abort time ago a Mr. S. Lathrop
was dismissed for utterances disreepectful , to
wards the Presideat. .
Rodpath, one of .the favorite contributors
to the Boston! Cemrgercial, says in a letter to
that paper: " Lincoln was an email/sips:
Nodal by eft/avulsion ; (hive , you forgotten
how he sneered at the Pope's ball against the,
comet ?) 'Lincoln . was made a saint ' and a
liberator in spite of himself; he was cuffed
Into the ea/lender; he was kicked into gory ;
he did not voluntarily rise up. he was floated
up on the resistless will of the people, to• the
height he, now occupies ; but John BroWn
stands by his side, or far, far above him, in
spite of every obstacle that could be thrown
in his way—in spite of old age, poverty and
lack of sympathy from the world."
Rs Busse or la—Chandler, of Michigan,
lost to all sense of decency or shame, in a
maudlin speech in Congress/ last week, allu
ding to his blood letting propensity, said:-
0 No* Lam Lobe arraigned to be remembered
in history as blood thirsty. lam proud of
the name. May it stand as long ,as thlegv
ertuactrat, when the Senator and men who •
have co-operated witlf hini shill have gone
to sternal infamy." We second the motion.
Let bleed letting Chandler have the honor de
IL Let the prefix to his name, of which hi
boasts, stick to him like the poisoned / •
Nuke, as a stigma and a warning. .
"What the countrz, needs," says the Jour
.of Connecta, "is a distinct drawing of
,thi - illge between the supporters of the Prat
' dent and the supporters of the Radical dia.
unionists. It Is no day for men to sustain
mere pleNtioal gamblers, who have no interest
in the ;"` at qu estions of the day, except'
their tillk pow add to distribute/the spoils
Of o oept`is e ditty of every was to lde
'man o JR., - candidate who asks his vote,
o*,*ln the principles of the Pres •
ident's vetOneseage, or will .you sustain the
doctrines - *dab in that message he con
demise t' Thi*,-Fresident, of course, desires
the defeat ofircery candidate who refuses to
stand by him.. end at this time neglect Is
• acidulent to iehnsal."
- Potrriiiis, SOnfirr. The New Orleans
,rsete complains of carreepondents who
seek tocrests thelmpressies that .the lives
of Northern men ate not safe in the eouth,
and says that in nineteen oases out of twenty
their Merles are - " naked fabrications, with
out a aironinstanoe on which to base them,"
and that "In the twentieth they are exagge
;Minna of ineidents that are rare and exceit
,tionable and most trivial." It admire that at
pie, sent &leathern society: is not oped as it
,'once was to Northern men. It says that "it
-19 . net reasonable to expect, and no man of
sense; does expect, at this early day, after the
suddin cessation of war. in its violent form,
thatiocial intercourse would be reinstated at
once in its former general asYbets ; or that it
can be, - until time has sanitised the sting
of wounds which have scarcely ceased to
. Whet la wrong with Wilda/44db ? Has he,
gone out of favor? Is there anything is his'
I ineamenta no longer sittraitiufz Hae his
calm, - placid, ma.lestio face lost its dignity ' ?
'We ask these questions because erfittnd that
the Treasury Department, in issobiktleebent
setuli may - Tootes; has taken off Washidgtotes
face and inserted a face that, to say the least,
is not Ws/thing - plea It de Clark's! Clark,
of the Treasury Department, who prints the
currency and runs the presses.. Clark-..wh o
is Clark t h at we should have hint always with
ne ? What is ; Clark 1 We do not mean Con
troller Clarke but-,the , one who rune the
praises. Nits face has - nothing. rapturous
about it. As al work. of art, it is scarcely'
attractive enough to carry in the pocket book.
The sesoziations are neither . national nor
heroic, at least, scarcely as much so as those
of Washiftten,, whom be has superseded.—
If Clark has 'any friends who want his
let them '
pay for it. Between Clark '
and ; W ashington. we mUtoi;-Soy, not. to be
offensive to Clark, that ' refer the Father
Of his Country. So we Ibi ' would that pat&
it the country not =three
~- the circle iif
Clark's immediate leirsonartidmirses add
friends.—N. Y. Fributte. ._
; ' it 10A
) _AND-TR lacoßAPrucl INswrcrrg,
To meet an urgent demand, • Literary Department in
this Institution, will be opened
ON MONDAY, 'APRIL SECOND, 'lBO6,
a? VO'CLOCK. A. X,
For the aceorrunodattork of Ladies and Gentlemen. who
desire io puma such Ott:tiles, etther with or without
the other intro:hrs. this Department wilt be ander the
Ge 0139- W. .GIiNNISON, XSQ.,
Who Is lull known La this community as n Classical
Assent IROOMB have been fitted up In the College
31911211-Wlll CORNEA PAIN AND PIACI, NM.
RATES OF TUITION-WM OF TSN WEEKS:
Common English Branch” \SP 00
Higher ftgllett Branehte 8 00
Greek/ LAUD, Gorman and:Frervb 10 00
lultialory Coarse at litooklKeepise, eittb. b 00
~. ' TROILAS COOK,
F LIIR . .R AIL W AY.,
ORZAT BROAD tiIIAGB, DOUBLK TRACK ROUTE
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND THE NEW
rtils Ea extends from .flanktrk to New Yotk 4490
mile& buffalo to New York, 4151mIlea. Pak
menet to New York 415 miles. , •
Apo to TiOr
21TO sr ULLES THE smoanzer ROUTE.
41 Trains run directly through to New York, V*
IMES, without change of Coaches.
Prom and after Nov. 20,1603, ?mins will leave In con•
neetion with all *extern lines as follows: From DON
41R1 and SALAMANCA—by New York time from
5.31 A. at. New York Day .Eepreis, irons Salamanca, daily
(exeeptelundays). linemen at Bormilxville with
thes.oo A. me. Day Express Erato Buffalo, and anima
in New York at 10.20 r. a
100 A. I. Express Mall, from Dunkirk, daily (minet
Sundays). Stops at Salamanca 925 A. x „ and con
nects at Nornellsvillet and Corning with the 8.05 A.
X. Express Nail from Buffalo, and arrives Lu New
York at t 00 A. re.
420 e. x. Nye York Niel Express, from Dunkirk, daily
(excerpt Sundays). (Mope at lialarteittea 700 r. xy
and arrives in New York at 1250 r. connecting
with afternoon Guinn and Batsmen lor-Enston And
New England Cities. i -
1.10 r. a. Accommodation Turin, from Dunkirk, daily
(except Sands's). Stops at Salamanca 9.12 P. 14.,
'and intense:to at Efornellaville With 10.45 r. x., Cin
cinnati Express from Buffalci and amine in New
York at 416 t.
Prom Buffalo—hr Wow York time, from Depot Corner
Exchange and Michigan Streets: - r
O.OOA. a. Rep Pork Day Zspren, (Scads,' excepted).
Arrives in New York at 10 20 r. x. Connects atri
Gnat Bend with Dols care, Lackawanna & Western
Railroad for Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washiogton
and points South. '
8335 a. a..Nspetes Mat, via, Avon and
daily (except Sunday). Arrives in New York at 7.00
A. a. Connects at Elmira with Williamsport k El.
Mira Railroad for Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Waahingten and points South.
3.05 P. x. New York Met Rxpresa dally. Anna in
New York at 11.50 A. a. •
10.45 r. B. Ciociaaati Lopren, daily (except Sandals).
Arrives in New York at 4.15 r. x. Connects at El
mira wtith Wililanapert At Elmira Railroad; at Gnat
• Bead with Delaware, Laclunanas Et Western Rall
• road, and at New York with afternoon trains and
steamers for Boston and New England Cities. . •
Only OnsTrsin Nast oh Sunday, liming Buffalo at
0.05 e. x„ and - teaching New roast JIM a. x., in 'ad.
Vann of all other routes.
Boston and Neu Englsred massager! with their bag.
gage , are transferred Jeffs of asege, in New York . :
" The best Ventilatetkand most Luxurious Sleeping Cain
iN ISM WORLD accompany all night trains on .this
Baggage checked through and fare always as low as by
any other route.
• cip- ASS FOR TICKETS VIA:ERIE RAILWAY,
which can be obtained at al principal ticket. elms
in the West and South-west.
Aar° Gar has associated with himself es. the
WHOLESALE '111) RETAIL,
GROCER Y • EIISINESS
W. B. AND J. 1. P61411114 ' OR,
.of,No•th Springfteld. Pa„ and hopes by Increased foal
ties for doing bwineas, to have an increase of the
patronage already,giren by the pribila
Me shall make it a speciality to
SUPPLY BOARDING ROUSES, HOTELS
AND PRIVATE FAMILIES,
With everything they need in the ratable Line., The
public OM depend on the .
BEST OF' GOODS BEING SOLD,
.AT MB LOWEST PRICES.•
515 FRENCH ST., KRIS, P
JOHN GENSUEIDIER fig VON.
DRILL EIS IX,
18681 1081 Isais 1
The best pa r " tn the United States for Mechanics,
Inventors and IL nufreturers is the Scientific American.
It is be largest In she, and brie by far the wiliest etnsa
latter of ) ny other raper of its class in this country.—
lt fs published weekly. Each camber contains at, teen
'pager, with , nnicerqus illastratione. The numbers for •
year tuakit.two v oles of 416 pages each. Order eon
tains &full aireount 6 pf all the prineipal inventions and
dia.:crudes of t h e day. ' Alcir, valuable Illustrated arti
cles upon Toobrand Machinery used In Workmate, Man
ufactories. Steam a d Msehanleal Engineering, Woolen,
Cotton, Chemical, Pe trolimm and all other manutirctur
Jugend producing interests. Also, Firearms, War lin
=ts, Ordnance, War Vessels, Railway Machine?).
0, Chemical arid Mathematical Amanitas, Wood
ltd Limber Machinery, Hid/stiles, 011 and Water
Pumps, Water Wheels, etc.• Household, Horticultural
and Farm linplencents—tas latter department being
very full and of great nit:Zamora and Gardeeem.
Articles embracing every epartment of Peppier &donee
which everybody can and and which every one
Hkeri to read.
Also, reports ef Eic'entlflo ea:defies . at twine and
*bread; Patent Law Decision; and Discussions, Peaett
eal etc. It also ambit= en octal list of all
the • Mewl Calms, a Special facture of great vitae to
Inc enters and owner. of Patents. '
The PubCabers also act u agents for iirocntiag Pat.
este tor ;few Intentions.
A New 'lrolamed the Scientific. American commenced
January A. -
TERMS.—T 3 par year: $1,60 for six =ones. Ten cop
es one year $25. Canada mbseriptions, 26 cents extra.
Speen:sea eeplu sent tree; Address.
iro.ti Park Row, New York City. •
ADNINISTICATOWS SALL .
In. pursuance of an order of else Orphan's Court of
Erie county, I will oder at publicist*, at the Market
None in the city of Mi. lisMrdoir Sarehltiste
leak at 10 o'clock, a tn., all the right and interest of
Thomas 8. Blot:1st; late of Iris. deed, in and to the
following deseribed_pleco of land, situate in thecounty
of Erie and etate of Pentuiyhania, being part of out lot
number three hundred and slztrithree ot the second
section of the town of Erie, an lard ostt hi the Common
wealth Or PenmOintlie. beginning la the East aide of
Plain street at a point twentrfive perehlw seuthwardly
from .the north west earner .na out lot No. ddt;'
theses eastwardly parallel to the North lineof maid out
lot, ten perches; themes southwartily parallel to Tenth
street, eve perches; thence' westwardly parallel to the
nortk onset sad lot, tenmobile, to Plum
thence along the east side of Plum street eve perches,
to the plane of begioulno—Containing about one-third
'Of an acre Of 111114; being lot No. 11 of the plso and sub•
division of said out lot into iota for We or sold by E. •
Sabi% assignee of ;dein J. Kelso.
?snub.-Claah in hand ortesoldinuation of sale.
0110. W. GUNNISON,
titituosu i st ir • . - etutirikuslumin ,
Tan great lin tia the Narthern'and Nortlkirest
"mew at .reaeoyinals to the city of MU. oa
Lake Me. It ham been leased, by thiYeassipteeeria Rail
road Mpiary, and Is operated by them.
Tilt C/P TABSEROIII T11111:X3 AT 111111.
Ifall Trate - , 200 a. ma.
Iris &sprees Train ID Warren &am. ' ~1 65 p.
An 7 30 am
Anise Westward. _
Mail Train 640 p. ta. ,
Elie Express Trail _ 3 37 a ut
Warren'keemn.. - 1020a.m
Passenger ears min through an the Erie Vail sal Ex
press trains without change both ways teireeri Thlladel.
phh; sod Erre.
New York connection t Lim New York at 6 Oap. m.
mire at Erie a 37 a. ma : Leave Erie at I 611 i. ta.i anise
at New York 115 p.m. -
No change of cars between Erie and New York.
Elegant Bleeping Cars on all night trains. _
Par team:sums respecting Pasesager batistes' 11110)
at !Ss& E. comer Ilth sad darts atm, NW for Freight
vastness of the Company's agents.
8. B. KINGSTON, IL, corner 'lath and Hand Sheets,
J. W. REYNOLDS, Erie. . ,
W. BROWN, Amt N. C. B IL, Baltimore.
11 . IL HOUSTON ; ON; General Preheat Agent, Phila.
WI. W. GUINNICR, Gen. Ticket kgt. Plait.
A. L. tYLER, Graerst Superintendent. 71111ynaport,-
F ALI. AND WIN - TRIL 'GOODS:
MItS. EL H. HALL
wolga respeetfully call attend to her
LARGE STOOK OP oohs
Jod received from mem York, bracing
BONNETS, HATS, RIBBON , Bco.,
Together with some
- ICE Y
Which she will sell
CHEAP POE CASH, OR READY-PAY.
1131 P Particular attention paid-to- bleaching, =lodes
Sto p re on, Pesch St.. V doors alma the Depot Erp,
CITY AND COUNTY SUU G
IS hilly pfd to re -ret any grade, and te-malit cot
ners uf Inlots and Ont-lotS bt the city, and the Tracts
thr , ughont tlikl.ecinaty.
Haring been format:ly years employed u city and can't
ty Surveyor, be begs leave to refer to all too tarmarsand
turstne-s mon who have heretofore employed him.
Particular attention given to Mapping. Plans. SpeckS.
cations. Oil Maps prepared oh the shortest untie'.
Allborders left at P. A. Seeker's store corner of Ellsib
and French streets, promptly attended eto.
Erie, December 14, leg.
D AVIS & °ABEAM,
• - Deem in
Alit RINDS OF GROCERIES, VIWITS, VEGEFABLES
• AND PROVISIONS,
Fifth sheet, between State and Freneb, Erie Pa.
Cetintr7 Produce of irvery eorthonabt and 'Mid. Farmers
can always depend op receiving the Milken mar
ket prim for their - articles.
- DEALERS IN THE ADJOBTLNO TOWNS, ,
73IIPPLD WITHFRIIIT, TEGETABLF2, Re
- are as a 60.
REtFAILIES. MAY k JACKSON'S MARKET ,DEPOT,
B ANK NOTICE.
}KEYSTONE - NATIONAL. BANK
CAPITAL, $150,000. '
- - DIRECTORS: •
SELDEN MARVIN, JOHN W. Hak kONO„
BHA Luisa% RESTER TOWN,
0. NOBLE. -
ORANGE NOBLE, President
JOHN J. TOWN, Oaehter.
Tb above bank will be opened for the transaction of
,business on ' •
DEC; 5, 1865, IN HUGHES' BLOCK,
wMit aide of 8t Bt., between Seventh and Elibto, l
Satisfactory paper *discounted.
Roney recedved,on Deposit.
Collecttone made and proceeds accountedf
Draits, Specie and Bank Note' bought and sold
A 'hare of Public Patronage I. respestfulli 1101/66"i
WI(. R. BAER,
AUTHORIZED C.tPATAI. $3OOlOOO.
' CAPITA. PAID IN, VOO,OOO.
THE SECOND NATIONAL;BANK
En the Banking office now oecnided by the Merchant's
Bank. In Brown's Hotel Batlank, north-east corner at
Bute attest sad public Posh. 1
Wit. it SCOT; Passuart. SM. 0. CURRY, CAsann
WM. L. SCOTT, of Arm of J. Hearn & Co., Coal Dealers
JOS. 114AILLETER, of arm og, Sektqa, Bliss & McCall=
ORO. NORTON, Coal Deafer'
W. a. BROWN Jtcßoffelo & Erie Railroad. JOHN C. RUA of Arm of Comets, 'Caught,
orgess,, Wholesale Grocers.
0. Z. CROUCH, of firm of Crone& & Bro.,
N.R. BARR. damn of Bur, Johnson & Searo&4l, Stop
P. P. 'FARRAR, Gray & Farrar. Wholesale Grocers.
J. DRUMMER'S, Grocer.
Rile, Dec. 5,1661. - . •
WUOLDBALE AND RETAIL
P. A. BECKER,•
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
Dartit-East Christ? of as Pork F Arreackarat i
Would zooyestfollyto a eill
Stock of of the eocoomustti
GROC'EROI3 AND PROVISIONS,
to not =vaned In the city, es he tivewarea to prase to
'all who wiviletaa a call. -
Bobo keeps eonstantlj' on band a =motor lot of
1 ! PURE LIQUORS, . 1 •
br thou wholesale troda, to %dab ha dlseeta Witte:don
of the public.
Ala motto ti, Sales; Small Profits and a Yell
Eqattalent kir the Mow." 1 elinreatt
STATIC NORMAL is CIiOUL.
1 The Spring Term trlll opal _
• WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7 8.
fitadents wishing to ,commahen
LATIN OR GREEK,
Should bests with the Spin Tens. histntitioti as uslt
al ist all the Common Braseher e ,
BOOK-KEEPING, MUSIC AND *CHINO
..- • 1 .
cr. The mut papist ifelinel in SorthAirestens
Par circulars address the Principal. • .
J. A. COO PM I
Ediabovo. Erie Oa. Pa;
3101111,180211 & 1,q21031n01t1,1,
enor.r&rm Diat,.lpus nt
FLOUR, PORK, BEEF, - EAT, GRAIN,
CLOVEP, TIMM' Elip, &O.
NOS. 501 AND +503, FRENCH 13TEEET,
Betwans e 54116
Haifa/ pttrehmea our .etock befoie
the late rise in prices, wed;
fell confident of being
able to give Satte•
faction, both in -
price and -
And on the Linea of Railroad,
MlUps's'? for batsman on
MOND.II4 DECEMBER 12TH, 186&
Which be is desirous to et tkott the
YZRY LOWZST POSSIBLePHICEs.
His saiortnent of
- i \
ilkitriej - 103 1 89 - it: •••74AtIM:!- •a.
ON•-ic PIANO . -14ORTE!
- AID t2O. $2 Atm atkos Ati
ORGAN OR -4 E.LGD EON 2
Ay sending yotF °hien to
; JILL,L A R D,,
• 0 "
No. 47 BrealintyM.Y.i
PIANQ PORTE AN,T) MUSIC DEALER
PIANO FORT S 4
Aad Corbart, Needham tc Co's vow Panor az laao. lane.
deers. Church Ilartaarda ma,
S. D. di Li. N. BmiUte • •
.AN R G' A ,N a
MUM AND ' DgALERS
Shoo Strum Inetruciion BOali
irgiwuror Melodeons at .
_UN? TO ANT 'ensures, ra22 Or POEITAOT, ii:ot.. l
ItTompr. l s P112C14 ,
Victory at last. gong and shims, by William E. 13r10 I . , 1
Our noble thief bas peered away. An bulogy en the
death of A. Lincoln. by S. E. Thomas, LAO
It's all up la DIAL, by Tucker,. LIEI
Jeff in pettieoate. A song 1.,r the titileii, by fetcher...l 80
em lonely since he lett me . O. Reeler, •• - --•„ 135
He, or Tay down in Bsonsylvatia. Hans iiiehmidt,....43o
I believed her true to WI. H. Millard, 1.40
I hare so much to tell. J It. Thema% I 38.
" Let him rest." A tribute to the late Stephen O. Foe
ter, and embellished. le Oh lain' likeness, by HeT 4O
"Limerick is beastilide'• .Words by Bercicatilt, enrol
Dale Bryant, ' so
Lost star army home. Tho last song and chores tiy
Henry Tucker, 30
Littlectionise tinder tbe hill. by E.G. Pheipi, 4 30 1
• Lie - srr'lDO not In dark degree r, by A. H. Wood,. ..,..35
Mind you, that, by'.l. H. MeSangitou
Moonlight with thee, by u. Me. er . • .1.50
Hy Poll Ann, comic, b 7 Davis Rood, - V 25-
My beautiful Mate, by J. Mahon, I 1.86
Itotherht bleseing. by, F. Widdnws, • 1..35
Maggie Moore, by P. B. helical_ -.... ' Gil
My angel boy, by gtephon 0. Fosler. i,35 I
Must," on thy wares. Duet!. by 0. W. Glover. r so
Never dream my love can change, by J. R. Thome/44.3c
Tell me, little twinkling star. by 0. fl. °MON.". - I-30
There's nowt° say good flight to me, by J. H: l e. ,
Naughton,.' - ...1 so I
Trust me all isall, or not at all. Words by 'Penny rt.
W. R. Dempster,.. • • I 841 1
It. thou foram mine , H. Millard • I 88'
Reautifol dreamer, (for guitar; by Winner,.....,.....35
Beautlfol isle of the sea, by J. R. Thome, - 55'
Blue-eyed Kitty ya , ,by P. B.lssaes, ..._J_ . 3O
Cadaverous Jow', enrol; by George Bowan ai,....:.1...80
I cannot tall her mother, by Chamberlain. ,' 80
Jenoe, lives but for thee. by J. Mah0n,.....„ •...........80
Ki,eing on the sly. by J. A. Warder ' .i 30
XLa me, fattvr, ere 1 die, by Walker,
Bury me in the sunshine, by 4..4:11ard,..........,...1-30
Angel child by W. l!. Burr , I ed
Beattifol cloud, by I. Areee, • Nr-ao
Striking lie. sung by Dati Bryant, D. D. Emmet,. '..4..30
' ,IiTBTRITMENTAL..-NEW WALTER'S. I -
L'Araits. bric Arditx, , , , !...eti
Bell , . of Brooklyn, by lleoige William Wilreu,.. .;..1 03
Dallis ti , aud ;Vales, by gag. a gettener,....j. ...........
Faust, by Th. pcsteD, ' 1 ' 30
Floviug stre . t. by Cll. Weilr,..." ..... ;.,l .... 1...75
Faust, by CcorgoXillara Warren.' 4.......76
Har.eat Boma o.y‘3 , fto ' Banns,— , 1...60
Heart's ache, by William H. Allen, _
.1 ' 30
ids, by Jean axons ' / fa
Hies, by L Ardits, ' . /...60
Kiss, brilliantly arranged by F., Kittener.= 1--G0
-diabtly &wined by
NARCIIES _AND QUICKSTEF S.
Line4ln flurral m• Teh.
Funnel arch from Dan Nebastiar, by Ch„Fradet,i_tty
!larch flougroLie. by H. Wollenbaupt,„ ' 60
March Ttllmpliale, by fir. ;Perab.ao, au
March 1116aleneyrise. by H. Heller,. 40
Beautiful dreamer, by A. Haumaeb, • tO
Call rue oat back from the ecb, , lea• shore to
Dear mother Fre come hems to die, by G. Grobe,J.—.oo
La nigan's ball, by A. Bautoach, .60,
Seal for Illuetrated pr'ce Vat of Inatrum'enta anti Cata
logue of New Music. Adttees orders to
•O. J. WILLARD, ; •
'Wholesale Plano Forte and Mao Dealer, ,
foo=batf. No. 547 Broadway; New York. .
8100 8 : A B D "
4V A NANO FORTE !
$25 to sso'
ON A MELODEON, OR ORGAN 1
B'y pi:imbuing o 4
Z. OF ERIE,
Instead of sendtog orders to No* York. i
PIANO FORTES AND ItELDDSONS
Ste&Tay & Sons:Ner Yorfr,
Wm. Etnabe & Co., Baltimore, 311.,
Wm. B. Bradbury, New York,
Grovesteen & Co., New York,
Boardman ft bray, Albany, N. Y..
Gee. 1. Prince ar Co Buffalo, N. Y,
Jewett & Goodman, Met eland, 0
PRICES AT A LARGE DISCOUNT
BELOW HAN FACTITHER3' PRICES
Piano 4 tram $230 to SIM*
. r .
Er All arsons dosirixig • first rate 111110 or' Melode
on are 'melted t 6 =Wand examine our instruments be
fore purchasing else•here.
Eterrinatnament rarrantad for Ace yours.
No. 4 26 State 62re64, inally opposit e', the Post Oittos,
Erie, Pa. _
D a it is,,
C . ,. .
-= , •,.,, ; ;
.4:7 I DA. A 01171151 AND lATIOLAZAZIA DILL= IN
SEGARS; TOBACCO, ,SNUFF, AC.,AC.,
I FIT= BELOW - STATE STREET,
' .;,' - . t
. ERIS; TA.''
s l .
' Oppnaito the Dlitiateh Priating Otlee: • -
1 4 1Vintir BTA4I/14 '• •
. L The undureigited having
Purchased the well-known Livery Stand, heretofore
occupied by Wm. J, Retreat, desires to inform hie friends
and the pabilo that he will continue the Dullness, and
invites their pattondge.
THE" STOCK - , -
Will' be largely increased and improved—nevi convey.
arms have been pronored, and some of the beet Livery
Sonia in the country. lam drtermined to so conduct
the establishment an to give satisfaction. Thane - who
want to obtain the.eeivicesof a good team wiliffni me
ready at all times to accommodate them, at reasonable
prices. &Collect the place,
Fifth sheet', rear of the Reed Rouge." -
Erie, June 8, 18e4i-rtf THOS. LENNON.
N B %V "F 1 .li l
- James P. Crook, having token in hie win, James 8.,
as a partneron the lat daof April, 1864, ander the lino
Mona of JAMBS P. CROf I a SON d.eatres to hive &set
Unmet of hieold aeconnta. AU parlous knowing them
'styes indebted to him are requested to Mill and settle
without delay. ^ , ) . , ' .
. JAI( P. CRO O K X & SON,
i .• mauls Is
BOUGH& PL'AN'ED 411;t1BIIRM.
• , xasirrActvaias op
Wintow Sash, Frignes. IDoors and 'Blinds, If ouldings
sad Picket FILM* Sproll Sawing. Itateala and
..Planing done to ot.iey,
Shop on Peach St; Between 4th and dth Sta., b, Pa.
We ipeettally call t e attention of the public OW
& alit for doing wor in the best of style. prom Of
and on 'solvable tem. , noting Iltted up entirely nee
ahem with eaperior machinery, we feel confident o
giving. entire setisfastion. . .
leWOrders fro4i.abroad will receive premptittetiat‘ on
03 , 28111- 7 -tt. _ • ,JASIES P. CROOK & soy .-
READY PAY STORE. 1
A rx rG • 1 / . f .
W ou ld Asepe t ifax , l ot ki araa the n
: myth that he chic
822 XX if GROCERIES of WPM 4. RUSSELL,
cousse or' BTa Aso as:ft ate.
Moro las itteado to nap so good an important of
GROCERIES ,Sz PROVISIONS,
WOOD.I WILLOW WARE, AND VARIFY GOODS
si is kepi in fie%
irspt coaataitlp as hand.
BEST BRANDS OF ERIE CO. FLOUR
• TrAUGLABIZD I GOOD 4RTICLSI- •
Thehleunt Market Pace paid for all ldrda
ar Goods &livered free of charge to any pert of the
City. - deeit Mt/
yr t'l T: Miti de r f- " I ' ARS wnar" HETALBOLD'S
TO MI DI/14MM OP WI. •
ONE. - .D•to LI; A R A. C ,
Witbout.r.gaidlo value. Net to be paid for until
you )neNi , eltar,so/ ire to reeolea.
,SPLENDID LIST OF ARTICLES,
ALI. TO DO BOLD POD 0311 VOLLAIIIIMCII.
illnalltal Bose' 8/0 to 1450 each
160 " with belle and eta. 201 to 0110 each
10 'Silver Teapots, and coffee 0rne„..20 to 5) each
Ltd " Jet, afing .10e6astli
Thiso " Ica Pitchers 20 V) 60 each
inre " • Syrup Cups with-Sal . e1t.`..1:0 to 60 cub
6000 ." Goblets and Drinking Caps '6 to 60 ea ib
8060 Castswa..., ' • 16 to 60 et eta
20.0 fruit, cud tail cake t,iek...to to fin each
- 6008 Gram allyer Tea bpoons.. .. . 10 to 20 die
10080 - Tab:* 'spoons fOria,!. 20 to 40 each
2,0 Gentle Gold 11120. Cuu Grateke4.6o to 100 each
2LO Ladles* gold and enameled Hunt
. - legs:ass watebet. -SU to .0 cub'
660Gente Musa. Gaael3ilrer Watebes.23 to 70 each
2011Dlamond Ring,. . ~• . ..... 60 to 103 each
6000 Child Test and Weeir Chains - 4to . 3.1 es: b
2000 Gold oval band bracelet?' • 4to 8 each
6000 Jet and pad bracelet, oto :10 each
30001 hatelatne and Guard Malan__ 6 to • 20 each
70002elltaire and Gold Broaches. 4to 30 each
6000 Opat and emerald broo,cbea..'. . . ... 4 to, 8 earls
6000 Irceale, Jet; l are and /Florentine'
Eardrop , 4fo 8 each 1
1500 Coral, Opal& Emerald Eardrops. 4to 6ea h 1
4000 California Diamand Bresastpina..' l 7so to l 0 each
3010 Gall Feb and ventlratele kayo— 230 to -ft each
4010,10 b and vest ribbon all lee • 3to 10 each
1 6000'Set6 ooll'aire eleeve button', alc... 3to 8 each
4000 Gold Thimbles. Pencils, &a. ' 4 to' 6 eisata
-10000 Niniselurs Loekefi ... . . . .... - -11.60 itet 10 each
4000 " ' ma& wiring—AO to 20 each
3000 Gold TOotheckr, Crosses, &a -2 to 0 each
4003 P air Gold Wage- .e.... ..... .. 4 ,lo 10 each,
1000066 i d Signet Binge • 2.60 to 10 each
5000 Caysio, 6451 d Bingo ..... 1 . .6.. 4to -11 each
10000 Gallo 'i atuood Mom ..... ... 2to 10'each
'ls')o Seat. tee' Jewelry—Jet At gold:. 4. to 14 each
8,00. 1. " Cameo, Pearl, •
a other stones • 4 to . 14 each .
10000 Gold Pers. Salyer extension bold
' ' ors and' Pepers 6 to' 10 each
10000 Gold Pena & Gold !fount Boldere. 6to 10 each
/5000 " " • Ex. Solders 15 to 25 each
3000 Ladled Gilt and :et Buckleta ........ 6to 15 each
'0406 " 1 . Hair bars & belle 4to 10 each
- Cent testes of the various articles are Mat Oat into
extvelojes. -sealed up, anti nrxe,d; a - d when ordered ore
taken Out without regard to Choice, and snot by IV •ii
tEne g clog Alls'aT charm!. Ore , r*eelpt of the eertiCe
este, yan ‘, ill see what you ero.to bare, and then it is
at tone ootlea to send. the iltallar or apt. Purciassra
may I lttns obtain a G 11 Nate' s: Mamond Ring or any
Set oflesrelys on our list for ONE poLLAE.
'OPID l's CENTS FOB. CERYIPICATP.
In ell transactims by m\i I , we ;shall charge for. for
warrdin e the:Certificates, paying the postage, and doeng.
th e blob: t eas:2s Gents each, which cruet be enclosed
when the ...ktilicstts is sent. Flys Cert..6cni.s sill, lie •
sent far St 00112 for 3.1. 01; 30 for 100 for $l5.
AGEICI' .—We want Agonts:in every regiment. end
'iu every town and county in the Country, and three
acting as such will be allowed 111 cen t& on every GQctifl
cote . ordered by them, provided their remittance
amount.; to one dollar. Agents will collect 25 cents for
every Certificate, and remit 15 cents to us, either to
Cash or C. stage stamps
t2. BRYAN BRIS. & CO ,'
68 Liberty St. New York City.
Feb 2 alf
A DUSTS WANTED
In every. township, borough a: ward to canvass for
ONE - VQLUME _WAR, HISTORY."
Containing Tanta, and not Politics. The only wort-,
every page of which has been 'prepared sines the cir
of the war. The popularity of this work has no paral
lel. is more than 50,01 n ropier bay. bent sold in the
last three months It cord/tin AP moth history as any
Of tila one or two volume worLa oat, and yet is sold, fer
only $4 CO, bound either in morocco or sheep. Our in•
dneenients n:e dettbiedly th. teat offered, as we Ore the
highest corninis.ion, faintish licass free,and pay expres
sage on books. - Mao, .
"LIFE, AND DEATH AN TIEL PICIONS."
The most thrl'legly eveiths li tie book flak. amen
by ono wno has Been and 'exper en ed the firemen wh , eh
he describes, .. -
Canvassers fee any History of the War will end 'this
en -eseelleet side boot, an it emurvet Fneh important
theidente of the war almost everybody will tike one,
either with or without a hietriry, or where baying pre
vlonelv inbseribed. .
Disabled Soldiers, ?sleazed prisoners and others Wll'
0124. in the sale of ibis and ; oar Matorr, eopioy©Fa'
suitable to L..elr . condition. t ilend for term, or o‘lla't
AMERICA-'P PUBLISHING AGENCY,
600 Cheat - ant St., Philadelphia.
COAL, COAL' S GOAL.
W 4/. W 11. I TIL E . &CC
Are eellng the beet quality of • ,
BITUMINOUS COAL AT LOWEST RATES
leered in any part of the eats .
dit'i will winks greater reduction •by, Quantity or Cal
. Load. We bsitenuar oahand . •
LARGE STOCK OF ANTHRACITE COAL.'
. , Or all g4dea.
pr Coal only need' a trial t convince any one of a.
rotor alLty. (Mice corn Pearh and 12th t4trvcte
to, Pa. Ordvre lett at An la's Stole will meet wi:n
prntopt a ention. . ' W. M. WHIII.EY
d.e..tEr tt. ; R. J. qAl,TellAk .
THE LEI.HGEICATTLfI POWDER
P -:l, IS WAS ANTED TO BE
the moat ir et ful aged
i„ , L , :,...... for the tomarh and
Blood 0 Cattle, :-.;:ilee,
.....-- or Sheep. in pronuting
dlgret:on, clrawiiig the
system and tranderrlne
the purified an.T. 4 fluiSV
in faith, fat, milk, ia - I.o'
and ettength, and eatab-
Dishing health and rigor.
Is the ally medicine la
gaily patented is Frame.
Holland, and duly ed
--ENV 4 _ milled by their.„Courts,
honored with Prize.medabi, and invented by Mr. Davey,
Profaner of the Imperial Calibre for Agriculture at
Paris, and now manufaidured by'C. G. Rimer, Dr. of Z,
and A., Allentown, Pa.
All diseases of the Stomach. Bitiedrl.tings and Bow
els, speedily and certainly cared. Healthy stock wil:
bp brought into the highest state of perfection, and on=
CO two tablespoonfuls a week is of great %slue to hard
working herself, breeding stoeb, and Colo, and caved
thousands of valuable horses from contaciolis 'disease.
as well at the barn-yard as in the Army of the Potomac
THE L , EIIIGH WORM CONFECTIONS
Tiractnally overcame all the 'objects which nsually pre
rent the expelling of f.Vortns, are pleroAtit to Labe, A nd
alio one of the must agreeable' pargatives for Children
afd confident is the anveotor, f th, *access of his labo
rious studiee, in the patholeg cal composition ,of this
witparation, that he furnishes every graduated Phyei , .:uso
h a written prescription, as, a
,new era In !Uteri*
THE UNION ROACH, RAT, MICE AND ANT
' . EXTERMINATOR
Is a Powder for the sure eater nination of .all Vermin
wilinever change with age or elimate. and ranch prefers•
tile to the old. thosphorous Paste, which hardens in ,
short time, =plug it worthless. leer directions - and
particulars see the man btala in the Boxes.
Eighty-three Premluma Awarded, to thevi'Prepara
twos elope 1858.
Dr.. Nick, and Carter at Carver, Erie, WhOlesaieuind
Retail agents for Erie county ; R. E. Sellers kC9.--
Pttt.sherg ; Solon Henderson & Bro , Pittsburg, and. aflo..
ton & Bru ,C'eveland, , Hholesslitiobba re.
11. rping; '4=44, S. Y
QO3ILTIILINLi V.VEIiipIUDY SHOULD US II
sour OUT TR ()OLD, DUST ♦ND yraTiß FROM
' IrOWN'S - -
CORNER OF STATE,ST., Als4:l THE ?ARE,
•EDIE, PA. •
Feb 22 flw
YOUR DOORS AND WINDOWS
WIIITiEB'S INVISIBLE, IifETALIC
Does all this—la entirely out of sight, in doors and
windows, and is the best strip in tui.i for the following
reasons let, It is more effectual. 21, It coats one
bird less. 3d, It w:11 , no hinder opening and closing
doors or windo.int. 4th, It is bettor than doable win
dows—does not obs the vlow—d•ses not hinder
opening snd closing'the bhnds—windows can ba opened
so as to Ventilate at any time. ibis strip will stop the
dust in summer when your double windows are Mt You
havens benefit from your doable windows only, in win
ter. This strip keeps out the cold in winter sn.fdast
and seatlein summer, and doss not coat one-halt the
price of dogb'e windows.
This Strip is now oilfired to the inhabit-sits of this
city. .Town $lOll2ll Full HALL
F. W. KOEHLER. Erie,P . a.,,
octl2-tf • Agent for Eric Co., Pa.-
This Known Rous t
Hu passed into the, control of the Undersigned,
who are determined to spare no efforts that will tend to
make It a pleasant stopping place for the traveling pub
lic,' number of important improvements hare already
been made, and others to', be completed at an early pelted
will render it ono of the flout hotels in the country.
Especial care is taken tai furnish the table with all the
sessonable articles. served up in the most approved style,
and by anCOMMOdSting I/Alters: , We took charge or the
hotel with the 'resolution to nuke it such as the.wants
of this section require, End feel confident of meeting the
approbation of our gue!iti. WOWS & Ross, „
A. T. Looms 2 . Proprietors.
. W. L. Ross. s Ilaytf
VURS, IrUittsi t FULLS.
, • WIDLERALE fi; RETAIL.
ARLtS OAK FOR D & SONS,
CON:MENTAL HOTEL, PHELADE.PHIA,
thee now open their large and erplendid MO! ttneDt. 01
L.IfilES , FUG CAPES. .
COLLAR.. ' '
• .:_. 0 GLOVES, t l
; . ' .. LIM ROODS.
- I MOO the. Hama aseertmentof
FANCY FUR ROBES, - CAPP., MUFFLERS,
„ I .
" • • AND GLOVES,
Riretbefore offered )7 them, all of which are warranted
to)* es represented. , .• -
00FINILI • .
IN. In rolls ready 40-he nalltd do wg, adapted to F2 , ..0 -e
aetertes and Buildings of Ult Mods enciatructed o
materials that bare stood the tAt.t of fifteen yealr, :fro
rusnufactlired ea As' entiriely different-and bet!sr r
thast =pother eorepotitton routing In use. Seente.).l4
Patent.. .Yeti durable and at low P rice , Circular, pc,.
Okapis bent free byraaLL READY ROOFING Co.,
• No.l9ltalden Line, Now York. •
_ • .
FLUID EXTRACT BIEN
No . - to tioo Or Incontinence of UOne,frrltation,
soval o, or Uteeratlno of the Dlyldor or Ifidoeya;
Mouses of* thoProstato Glatuli'Etolio In tho bladder,
GacculeF, Gravel or i3rlek Dust Doptielt, and all Dtseasop
tho Bladder, Kidneys, and DropsialSwollings.
FLUID .E2CTIVA.CT, BIICHIT,
titlEtliG PROM EZCZSZES 011 I;NDLI3Q
• • -
The Constitution anceadbelid by 6gazik) WeakcesS,
requires the aid of medicine telirenithen and invignn
ate the system, which Eittript Buchn tnva.
stably does. Tito treatment be submitted to,Consamp 6
Sion or Insanity may ensue.
PLUID EXTRACT aUCEM
m• affections peculiar to females, is unequaled by any
other preparation, as In Chloros la or Rotention,,lrregu•
laritles, painfulness or suppricagion of cuatomarfevacua•
Lions, Uktration or Feirrhous state of lho Uterus,
Lennonhco, and all complaints incident to the sex,'
whethei l arising from habits of disiipaticd„ impruden•
cies, or In thee Decline or Change of Life:
. , •
FLUID EX-TRAT BUCHU
will radically exterminate from the system Diseases oi
-the Urinary Organs arising from habits of dissipation, al
little expense, little or no chaago•in diet, and no'expos.
sure; completely werseding those unpleasant and dart
gains remedies,ba and Mercury, in curing tioac
unpleasant; and dangerous diseases.
FLUIp EZSTRII.CT BUCEU
In all cases of the Urlemr,Organsj whether existing It►~
matcl infatuate, from whatever cause ortgliiMing, and
no matter of how long standing. _ Il Is pleasant in taste
and odor, immediate In Its action, and more strengthen.•
Mg than any of tho preparations of Bark or Iron.
Those offering (rah Bloken•down or Delicate Clom
stitutiens, procure the Remedy at once.,
The reader must be aware that however slight MST bs
the attack ofrthe above disease, It is sure toafxihis
bodily health, mental powers, happiness, and that of
his posterity. Our flesh and blood tat. gowned from
these Sources. -
PHYSICIANS, PLEASE NOTICE I
We make no secret of the ingredients. lIEL3IIIOIX'S
FLUID CT BUCHTI Is composed of Buchn,
Cubebs, and Juniper 13-rries, selected with great caro .
and prepared in race° by H T. lIELIIBOLD, Druegist,
and Chemist of sixteen years' experience In the city of
Philadelphia, and which is now prescribed by the most
'eminent physicians, has been admitted to use In the
Halted States army, and is rasa In very general uSelrt
State Hospitals and public Sanitary Institutions thro4W
out the land. •
gi o DirOct letters to
DOE & CHEMICAL WAHEHOFSEI
594 Broadway New York.
HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT,
104 South Torith street (Wow, Chositnut),
Sold by Druggists Everywhere. -
• . • -114 11 . 4:e
. _ .
This preparation la unequal:el se a Rejuvenator as
Restorer of waste-Lo: inert f nctioa;. 1 .
Tha aoed should lie certain to , ialie the' Binkrene.
huuseheld god, inasrou h as it will moiler them yont -
Jul in fceling and in strength. and eneh:e them to Rio
over again the days of their orielt ne joy. It not Only
slab i lava tea, bit strenzt hens, and is really an invaluable
nleasingorapeciaLy to those trio have been reduce I to
a condition-4 itortilit,, relf-alaffse. rain`ortunc nr ortli
nary aickness No matter what the eanae of the i pa
tervy o; any human organ; this superb pre - paraii.n will
more the etroct at doze and for) ver.
... - I'MrosX d::.0 3Era.3n, .1M
CURES, lIIPOI . E . NCY, GENERAL. lIERILITY. N'ER
FOLIS INCAPACITY, DISPr:PSIA DEPRES' , ION, LOSS
OF APPETITE, LOW SPIRITS, WEAKNESS OF TrIE
ORGANS OF GENERATION, IItiIi:CILITY, MENrAte
INDOLENCE. EMACIATION, ENNUI. 1p has a nookt
,delightful. desirable and novel effect upon' the nervotta
, ryatern, and all who are in any way prostrated by - n r-
vOttrodiraoilities aro earnestly adviesd - to sock a pure n ,
thin most excelien't,and unequalled preparation.
Persona wh a, by imprudence, have !eat their nsfui I
vigor, will find *speedy nd tonna:len cure in the , 1
.„.., \ 3ES i c:s h. i• co-31. 0 .
The 'Feeble, the iLnicriticl, the Dispairing,.t , :e Old•
shonlegioe this valuab e direotory a trial: .t. will be
found totally digerent nom all other articles far the
10aa.,,T0 FE MI I LBO.—This preparation is invaluable in
nervous weaknesses of ell hinds, as-it will restore the
wasted strait zth with wonderful permanence
It Is also a grand ionic, and will give relief in DISPek
gel with the gild - dose., A brief persistence in its use
will renov.tn the stomacitti a degree of perfect Lhealth
* , d bin' - Dteisep%ia forever.
One do ar poi bottle, or six bottles for S.
Drogfr - generally. - '
, gent byespress anywhere, by addresainir
HUTCHINGS Ss HILLIER, Pioprie6
S 1 Ce.drtr ,;.: 4 Lrect. Nest Yak.
GF ROViiSTISIAN '
'; - PIA.XO FORTE MA2CUFACTERtR
499 BP.OADWIN:, Nl' YORE
The attention of the Pul)lic and ihs'trade is invited to
our New Scale 7 Octave Ro,twoo,l Viano rte which
for volume and poritr or .tone ere unriv,tk , !,, by an*
heretofore offered in the roar Let. They contain aft t.l - 4.
modern improvements, Fr , nch, Grati4 Acti,,n, Her
Pedal, Iwo Frame, f)ter•-trcnc Rare, and e,,ch ird
strop:tent being mane under tvn perso-Al ,uo.rrivioa • f
Hr. J:11. Grovestesm, who bee It.td a prictical experien e
of over 35 yearn in their ruanut..cture, to Cul.), way rant
• . .
Inr,....GROVESTEZN Pi.lNO FORTFS"
Received the award of merit over, all others at y the
Vi'here were exhibited inettymeni.3 from the boat =bem
GERMANY, • •
PIIILADLLI 211 A,
~ ',BOSTON, -•-
• AND NEW 'iONIZ 7, r
. , And aleo at the 1 .i
AMER:CAZ; INSTITUTE .:' j
foe five ineerasim - years, th e -'. - 1
'GOI D AM) SILVER MEDAL .S -- .
from both of whinlycno be,senn at our rrareronto. ,
By the introduction of i•anc , ovelnente ~,, ~,,,,b, , . f .
more Perfect Piano Feirte, sr dby nunufacturinic 1 ~• ;e,
with a strict cuheyetero, are e 'bled to oacr the,
StrlailVitit, of :% price which will .Teclude hit comv . et,4l.
Prunes—No.l. Seven ()envie, r tin rnerseßoe •Tolod
plain rose $3OO.
N 0.2: Seven 0 cttre, round cornerA,Rosnn.iod
henry moulding ~,z..”5, . 1
, • No. 3. &Len tletave, round corner., Bo' 0 .
wood Louie XlTstyle VII°. '
• gnus : Net Carh in Cuirent Funds :
eserlpt lye circulars sent flee. - ant' 65.1 y
SMITH Is role Agent for ibis° Piano or kris and
' Mr a
HARTFORD FIRE troxitANcic CO.,
iISCORPORATEDIBIO. .CAPIT.tiL $1,000,000.
T. C. ALLYN,Presi. R. S. COIL, 9 lee,
CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
INCORPORATED 1847. 2 ip intr. $25310
„„ Mb E. BAEICR. Prat. GEO. W. LES I ME. Gee/.
or Imams in the shore old and reliable Coups
ni.o con beobtalzed on applicatierrto
roarch.lll-4111. B. W.
,fl=44 . int
pop 40-ie.:H. an4l:-.7achim•
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\O vo• ce44. 5, A,, i , , , i;;;, -
: A Most Exquiite. De: icree. a
grant Perfume istil iccl from:'
and—Beautiful •Flowi.r f4nra v . ,
takes its na e.
Manufactured- orily by pfilLeN
BEWARE or our
411311 FOR PITALOti'S—TAIKE,
Se)ltl b. Druue'otem, -
qtllV;il f ,
Ladies, take Pa.Tticu 17 , `, e
THE R]AL VELPAIT
years ago in Paris A r• 11.,f
their criminal emph.y.n*t iu
taxation, are now oiThre<t• for f
time in America. hat e
evmparative obe-eurity fs,
originator, Dr. Velpau,
of great Nve.ath and :.ttiet k e n•-ciet
iiples, and Ims withheld tf:ein frkui
use lest they bhould i,u ell ployed for
Fpurpose:4. In ovetcoming.Frantle.
Falling, of the Womb, Whites,
110613, Suprresbiori, Retention; or Irr,:rl,
Flow of the ;tenthly Dlieltarg‘s,
to be truly omnipotent, hurstih4
flood-gates from whatever - . s
' ,t o pped, them ; hat they ire I t ,
.110 only for legitimate uses, ar..l
forbidden to bell them when it
that the object is unlawful. ,
should never take them
reELSOR to believe
they will lie sure to produee , •
-These pills are eutircly
being cutup,' ,
l ytzoneps from the vegetable 1;4,1
Each box has the coat
of Paris stamped on tLe
" Trade Mark" in Fren, .. Att
is n tuitietheanor, and all
with accockling to las:.
TM - Eull directions
Ladies call obpiin a 1•.
of the euriops;:b.;.* indo. or.=
post-olliCe \ r,rl
- gists, or. to U.' G.
,for the TialtudgState, Waiertcoi,-1i
. . 7.-- •
&F,hiott, ITEiI t: we":
Booth, Lidtrii. tiro . Canter C*.-Tey -
-.-7i. 4 '• . - -- - is:4k
- 7- " • • -
P i i 1:$ I
The combination of ingro •ezt. ,0 1 , :..”
rennit of long and ortennve pralt , c?. TN
their operation and cannot do ha , m to lt:
nate; certain In correctlnz alln.:c 0:
Ilene truattrns, zwraor.ng alt odcqu -not, i
cold or otherwise, headache, i.c.:i in tb e F': ,
of the heart, whiten, all n• rro^s aEte..4
La tlgue, pain in the back and hint' hc., ,
which arise from interrirption of n.ta:e.
DR. CREESEMAN'S . FE2II
Have been used over a cpiar'er of a r.r
offered as the only Safe means of rencT
menetrnation. but Lilies mu,. los: , r, .
ili one coaddiSa of the "melt erten in
cannot betakca withatit prran'ilag. c 11l
SALT. The- cone - ion reserre4 ton F'
the result, .04134' RITI,IGE, z'uth u tendency of the edic.re trr restore tl•
to a n rmaPcondl lon,tha' err the rep'
of nature cannot }exist It. ;THEY COM , •
in nay :,th.tr way. -
. • 1 Dr.. Cheeseman's Fills
hare been n atandard remedy for , va awl!
are the most etTectu•tl.'ne ever knova vx el
peel:1111d. to F, Ingest. T. all rla , s4 NI a'
inducing with certainty periodical roll
are known to •hatiennds,4r - Lo r.a.e us 4
kilt perfotl‹,„ thrcughon k the country, le
lion of some of the moat eminent pn,r
nxpliit dtrections,statlne• saes the)
%with eseh box—the PRICE $1 PRI; tio/e
Con tefning 51 to CO rub,
rm. seitt,,b:r promptly,-an d teet
ration, by rernitttng to the, prop , io'
HUTCHINGS Sz, HILLYEK
.sl,Cedar St., No
Sold in Erie by Caitir ST. CaryOr, Tun
ts Warfel, r nd Sold in c
, & T.' Amnon
Iganufactarers of Photographic
501 BROADWAY,. a. T.
to addition to oar ettatl' tura eta of PHOTO
'SERIAL% we sret Itteadq,:arters f.te the t .llot
Stare ascopp sAn Stereoscopic
Of thaw ne new e is imrre^le
VIEWS Or THEE
Obtained .1_ rim! *rpm.. s'.-4 famxt
11101VGBAPIIIC 11373101 M Or TUE GLEAT Z .
Bull Bun, Dutch !IF
Gettysburgh*,. , Hatiov et
Fait-Oaks, ,Lookout k
Savage Station, Chickinorm/
Fredericksburgh, City Paint
Fairfax, ' Failasille•
Richmond, - Peteisbwgt•
Been Bottom, . Fe11a , ..c.:
Monitors. ' Chatts.r.4 3,
Fort Morgan, , Atlsts.
Charleston, Bobilt , ,
.FlOhda, , • Strawbet
• - ' &c. ge•
American and Ferreira Cltle. en 4
wYt Also, Reyolvloo Stere
exhibi:en Onr Catalygultwa b. tat t.J..".0.^"
Ws ware the fine to tolrutoco teen's=
11311 WO manufactory intnms•
'Nein prise from b? ce;.l. to V. , . (LB'
Marna beat roperform lyssty Este.:
They will be mat by mall. FRIA, 4.1.1 V,
ALUUIIS YAPS T. , ori
The - Trade will find our Albs:
Balenble they 4)1V:
CA.R.IS tuoroauirui .
ten C"M blects Ca tto *l7 l tob n aTo ' l , 7l:r7s.:cc ' Lo tr
nese Americans. c, „,e tr orA
100 2.14-(Seat Lloct-Cei
100 8n.7, 'lt otbyr.cc - s.
"TS Colones. 15 Nosy COMM lt 4
40 .5-TtLea 125 — Str,txl
II Lb , Cb.tior rf Marls ct
Iladndlns re7taincume of tbaut ,
Pelneinot, Se.g at
An order for One team Plytr,as tn.
filled on receipt of $1 sad eat
l'ltaterraybarsan4 orb., critrb‘S . ."':,
Smolt twenty.flm per ccat.
ne t t-ken wt.lquel:ty a 4
H OTISL 11E31011'ED
neeipird the Mansion flove,
the pest four yeara, ho.reroo%
• - NATI° NA
CORNER OE l'Elt;il ANII
1% here ha Wintry tO a •cora•zif
sud ne et!, n$ it 4..4 in the
tiusTatronuze sehieli wee . 7
there, Fill he es ended to b.r
, Itablireg is sufficient to r.ecet.
may (aver hlm with their pat(
BITSINESS,- IVEDDLNci OP
Bill iTe3il4,Ce7titlostf cliilinl.oly
STAMPING, ENIBOSSISti, 6EA
BY . J• .11; L.APSI/'
I'ABACION BUILDING, IffsT