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, The Quincy (Ill.) Herald has inform.
pen fronloa reliable source that the Re-
PI —...:....a. ExZenator 0. H. Browning, who
wes absent all winter in Washington on
professional business, and is there still,
iis written a letter to &gentleman of that
ty, in which he expresses the conviction
Lit unless President Johnson, be EMS.
tined very serious and - disasterous con
sequences will result to the country.
trsin. Meagher, Secretary and Acting
vernor of Montana, bee rut himself
I a'• ets from the Rsdietl Itojatelic tn ole
m •Ett of that territory, and is acting with
tat- people,—that is, with the Democratic
pit ty. He said recently in one .of his
sp4ches that he was "an adherent of no
iiitical party, but consicfrred himself - a
Dsenocrat of the Jeffersonian stamp." He
en hirsed the -Reconstruction policy of
the President, and deprecated the mall
- nst•on manifested among certoin poll
li.'tns:to keep alive the fires of sectional
di ;cord between the North andß.ortih.
V. W. Kellogg, ex-Congressman from
Mi•.:higan, and Chandler's righthand man,
n ay collector of Internal Revenue for the
.bile - district of Alabama, , heretofore
(taunted as a radical, arrived at Washing
tit I wren , days since from his temporary
sp.ithern home with considerably Modi
lio t ideas. Ile insists that Congress must
in , Iffy the test oath, or that, none of the
S maim-) appointees can be confirmed.
S.cretary McCullough sent him to the
ll(..use to express his convictions to cer
tain members who were opposing. the,
rut lification asked for. Kellogg met with
a cold reception from his former friends,
wha charged him with having -turned
' ci f .perhead. He replied by telling them
th. , y were aka pack of insane fools, and
should be sent to a mad=house.
Few ni l ill question the orthoiley of_ ex-
Clever:nor Holden, of North Carolina, so
tar as relates' to the question ;:`, f preserving
the Federal Union. his newspaper, the
R asigh Standard, appeals to the whole
Ceuntry to sustain the hands of Pre'sident
.1 :orison ; and, as regards the party in
coo trot at Washington, he saps t' " The
great body of the Repirldican or Union
pie ty of the North and West, owe it to
principles, and to the sacred cause
of the Union itself, to sustain him." Fail
ing in this, Gov. H. predicts the final tri.
h-eph pf the old Democratic party.
fon. Andrew Stewart, far better knoCvn
as Tariff Andy," who, for many
iPas the leading man in Fayette county,
P t , in opposition to the Democratic party
is out in full support of President John-
Sae, and belabors the radio? a - with eon•
seterable spirit. 'Mr. S. in a recent speeds
" he had served several years:in coil.
:gross with Andrew Johnson, la) k.new.
him very well, and he never knew a,'
firmer, purer, or more patriotic man,--4
iti in who, by his talents and unaided
• 0 .its, had raised himself by regular steps
frein the very lowest to the highest post.
tien in the world. He had good sense
an.l good principles. His instincts are.
ell' right, and he can't go wrong„/You•
cto neither drivel-nor seduce him.l
- Governor Swp.ian (Republican), of Mary
land, in a published letter denounces
nt•gro suffrage, and rallies to the side of
Plosident Johnson. Ex-Goyernor l Brad
. t-n 3 follows, and separates himself from
radical wing. Thc-defection -is gene
rtl , and tce .Baltiinore American (Radical),
p ,inting to it, exclaims sadly: " We must
now go into the coming contest with new
14' - tiers, as moat at those whom we' have
41 - righted to honor have proved faithless
t.) the trust reposed in them."
Prom a special to the, eincinnzai En
vi ter we learn that Hon'. L. D. Campbell,
'fir along period one of the chiefa,of the
In position in Ohio,
•was serenaded at
11 tmilten, in that State, on the Oth inst.,
he made alengthy speech.• .He at.
wed the Monroe doctrine,. bitteily de
nounced the Radicals 'and the usurping
It nmp Uongress ; proclaimed a determined
i)poit of - President Johnson and his
poi icy, and, favored the immediate adrnis ,
e :n of the Southern representatives. °
In a speech recently delivered at ti . mria3
meeting of President Johnson's fr,ends ,
in Washington City by Es-Gov, Wm. F.
.I.ihnson, of this state, who is known to
:tit our readers its an active and influential
It •publica e ndlhe following pointed
1 , , ra vow, used
" ow, used to have in the: West
oflien ?Was a yoUnger man by a great deal
I_,:inn I ant now, a very effieient mode:oi
, ttling these matters. I A men
ii spirted they genernit
nulled off their
‘`;,l,4„nits Went ,i;ovira; and - when one of
Lie ow - r .0d" enough, whi, everyone in
• - ~,svd said, ' Oh, now. there's enough;
is drop this thing at once.' But if the
nun persisted in striking his cem(utant
sitter he had cried enough, the crowd
1 ished in and said, ' No ; let's have fair
p! ay; none of this.' fLot l d' laughter and
•aen. John A. IfeClernand, of Illinois,
o lo of the strongest supporters of the late
war id' the West, and an able and' daring
oaleer, has come out in a strong letter,
I i vol.' g the President's policy. It con
t ,ins, among other earnest expressions,
Lie f llowwg, which, we think, goes a
b ttle further-than necessary ;
" What should the disfranchised States
ii 3 ? As en humble individual, revering
't I eConstitution and respecting thelrights
of all, I say let these States eleCt their
8, a pators and Representatives to Congress;
fist these Senators and Representatives re•
li lir to Washington, and take their en
titled seats in those „bodies, peaceably, if
LI ey can, forcibly, if they must, and •let
the consequences take care of them
The Louisville Journal has received tbe
f'.llowing letter from Hon. Cassius M.
Clay, now and for some- years past U. S.
Minister to the Court of Russia. Mr. Clay,
AS 411 of our readers know, has been a
life.long abolitionist or emancipationist
0; the most zealous order, but we are - glad
13 see that years are distilling wisdom
into his truly fine mind, and that he
s' ands by . the President's veto, of the
: reedmen's Btireali Bill • '
St. Petersburg , Ra., March 13, 1866.
Dear Sir,—l deem it my duty to de
nounce the course of Sumner and Ste
- vette. 1:/ one man re-mains loyal he is the
,Sieite. 1 stand by the President's veto of
' Freedmen's Bureau Bill. Let, the
titistee give the freedmen all civil rights,
quel by degrees extend to them the right
f suffrage. Or let an amendment of the
onstitution make one rule of isuffrage
li.r all the States. This attempt of Con
gross to interfere with the rights of the
Cates after the war-power ceases, is a
usurpation of vower unknown to the Con
ti t and subversive of the whole
e eory of Republicanism As based upo n
the .old Constitution of the United States.
Your obedient servant,
I , C. U. CLAY
. .40. D. remzcz, Esq.,Latiisvilt!3, Ky.
Love AND ITS COMISQUENO2B.—The CoWm. ,
bus (Ohio) Journal says : "An exemplifies
t ion of the old saying, the course -of true
love never did run smooth,' occurred last
woe in our neighboring town of Delaware,
Mr. Joshua Fritz, an old resident, is the father
•,f an nnddtiful daughter, who, against her
tether's wishes, fell in love with a fast young
man named Nelson Newell. On Wednesday
e vening young Newell was holding sweet con
verse with his lady loire, when a certain big
*brother appeared upon the same and compel
led her to enter the house. Shortly after she
tan to a neighbor's with a story, of a-broth—
er's cruelty; and said brother, at the instance
f Newell, was arrested and fined wb for as
b suit. On Friday Newell took the young lady
o I a pleasure ride. /The old man, her father,
t an unfavorable juncture, approached, and,
not finding his daughter it the buggy, seized
the horse and demanded information as to her
whereabouts. This Newell refused to give,
bat ordered Fritz to loosen his on the
horse. The old man held fast, demanded and
'threatened. Young man drew his revolver,
hot the old man through the arm, drove off,
was arrested, and is to be tried to-day."
Nr e w.
InDE & IVRIORT'S PATENT
HORSE lIOE OR CULTIVATOR PLOW
'e - above invaluaide implement has cativo receive 3
"the drat premium wheurvi r eshibited , crd all wbo have
need it pronorice it far bizperlor to no .thlrgelse of the
kind. 'The following are, some Of the tdviotsgee this
Cultivator has over every other kind now in use
tat Ligletaess and durability; bolog 't at the beat
quality of meet, highly polished, and a, whole , Ltopit•
ment weighing from day to slaty ouo e.
2d. adaptation to more kinds of work than any other
cultivator known; being it perfect and thorough Cale.
rater taken used with all the teeth on, )(lariat the
ground even and hard. and working nearer the rows
than any other Cultivator.
33., By removing the small talk 'nod *Hulling the
yowl to the shovel, it is the weft pei ( et icatiument
for hiding that can be found
4th. It is the beat Instrument for miyerlngand digging
potatoes ever luverted. A man and horse tan cover
potatoes as fast as a horse can walk, and a m nand
tram tan dig from 300 to , 300 toulela of potatoes to a
day, when the crop is a fair one. -
6th. It walks equally well in corn or any kind "temp
yaw:thing cultivating, and in moat cases hand hoeing
can be dispensed with. -
6th. Its cheapness, considering the ens y kinds of
work to which it can be applied---tha farmer fibrins in
one impleatent'aii that is Decease') for cultivating and
billing any kind of crop, or covering sad digging pota
Numberless certificates from the most .nilnenthd fan
mere in the Unitad States might be given of the supe
riority of the above implement over all othersdeelgned
for like purpovs.
We shall be pleased t recall /tie 11 from any ona who
needs a Cultivator or Shovel Plow, and explain to them
the merits of the above Hor s e lire over all other imple
meats of thaldnd. We warrant this Horse Hoe to work
as a Cultivator as well as amyl Cultivator toads—as a
Shovel Plow,as well at any Shovel Plow—and as a Horse
hoe 'complete enter). or refund, the money it it does
not meet thle warrantee.
We also keep on bind in connection with our Hard
ware, Stores, ttawarS, and Ficus° Furnishing goods, a
complete artaortment of Horse Italtert..fland Baku, Grain
Cradles, Scythes, eimther, Forks, Roca, Shovels. 7lpad.2.
&o. Don't toil to &otos a
W. W. PIERCE fi C0.,-
Sole letn for floreo - Hoe in Flric Co., and Ashtabula
Co., Ohio, COMPS State , and 9th Sts. , Erie, Ps.
%V.t4 r. Pennon . [3 1 ,11(18.104.22.168r.0. J. Meehan.
FASHIONS FOIL 1566.
J. W. BRADLEY'S
CELEBRATED DUPLEX ELIPTIC
thn - }arn aside a! heelers,
- • •.
They combine comfort, durability and pconetae, with
that elegant] of shape which lue made the Duple's, Mir.
tic the standard skirt elate fashionable world.
The invention consists of Duplex (a: two) gliptie
steel sittings, ingeniously braided tightly and firmly to
gather, edge to edge, making the toughest, most flexible
elastic sad durable spring ever used. The wonderful
flexibility and great comfort and planate to any lady
wearing the Duplex Eliptm Skirt 'alit be experienced
I ation/arty in an crowded assealblies, operas, carriages,
railroad care, 'Lerch pews, 11.121 chairs, , and for
promenade and house dress. ea a skirt cart be folded
when In use to 3rcOpy a =alienate as easily as &Ida or
muslin dress. Thep areundoubtedly the lightest; most •
desirable, comfortable, and economical skirt ever Made.,
The "gesprese Trail," the 'Paris Trail," and the
"Pride of the World," the latest styles introduced, is
made of the new Duplex steel, which Is rolled thick, air.
leg a great resistance, and producing the most perfect
and beatitiful trail suggested by the present fashiont
losing none of the flexible qualities for which the Du
plex sorts are 50 pns eminent.
OPfNIONB OF VIC FREW.
Bradley's Duplex Eliptie, v-:11 everywhere. Is a great
'EXCELSIOR FrRR : WORKS!
favorite among the tuition:hie people.—Nero York
They are not equaled in elegance, elasticity, durabils
its comfort or aeon Y.Berald.
The Dop'ex EliPtlo is accented as the latest step to ,
ward perfec.test in skirts.—N. Y. Eve. Post
Jt gives this most culinary dress a style that renders
it owesl in app - aranee.—Beston Pest
tse improvement ttrongh the Duplex Eliptle is so
great that all other styles ere fast falling into disuse.—
N. Y. Cora. Advertiser.
The Duplex Elliptic is the greatest improvement in
hoop, aklrta—N. Y. limes.
Far Rale Whnlentil° and Befall. Trade npplied.
at 2.iew York cost—triniportstkai added,
ma=! tf No, 6 Rand Rol) ne s Erie, Fa.
ostrn EivilEiL.‘ vn,
BOOTS AND 8110E.SI
WHOLES ALE AND RETAIL
AT REDUCED ya rigg. Haring a large stock of my
own ninnil,intinr. on hand, with a complete assortment
a city =Rae tr ott, I can salt cheaper at Wholesale or
Relit than any other establishment in this city.
'dad long experience ss to the wants of .Posro.
ultra, I ',hail take 'pedal pains in Winning this 'de"
EMU t ) %eIII. / have the exclusive right in this city to
PLUMER PATENT BOOTS - 8; SROES, '
for the benefit of my onstoteers k and only ask a Ml.'. of ,
them, to satisfy any one as to their superior comfort over
those made m the old Tray.
The Pinmer Boot needs no breaking in; it is as easy,
tram the start as one irons for some time. My
Will receive myown and my brothna medal at
LEATIIER, LASTS AND FINDINGS
For the trade always on band to snit. •
Tendering my thanks to my friends and castaways fol.
past patronage, I hope by jest and honorable dealing Po
merit a •ontinuance of the same, arid cordially invite all
to call and examine my stock before purchasing else
where. No. US, State St., Erie. Pa. trtar="l362L
N I V UOLBSALE AND RETAIL
P. A. BECKE,R
WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL GROCERS,
/YOrtk-bast artier of Ike Pork 4 Fronk Suet,
Would. rerpecttely eat the ettention ot the eottatetnity
to Mulatto Stook int
GROCERIES . AND PROVISIONS,
• Which he Is desirous to cell at the
PERT LOWEST POSSIBLE PItICES.
nts aceortznent of
Ie not surpassed in the city, as he is prepared to prove to
all who pt.* him.' call.
' He also keeps constantly on haul a oapertor lot of
for thesibolesele trade, to wh oh he directs the attention
of the public..
ilia motto is, "Qafek Was; Small Fiats and. a fall
Zaaiyoloat tor Ma Mons)." aprlra3tt.
rogoitt, - _ Jo --
z) 4 if , Ihi SEIVIN64 -
,i-_z---_ , , A • 4;ippS
1- f• --.'r' ,;, ---tv
GEORGE BS TER,
• SOle agent for Erie county for these celebralee4
ebinee, taa an heed tit Lytle 3 Goalding's Tailor shop„
Filth street, between State and Pelet, a large satiety,
embracing all i Jambi and pricea,;:whicis reeatrally
invites the public to call and esamuie. The Howe ma.
claim Is ackanwledged to be the ,best in, nss, doings/I
kinds of work, and being easily kept in order. Fcr
proof of these assertions, 1 simplr ask a trial of tits MA
chine, Warranting them to do all I prornise,
ay Let alt call and examine beore purchasing other
madams. Special attention given to repairing. -
chines of any kind promptly repaired. at moderate char
NEW MILLINERY ik DRY GOODS Stare,
MPS. B. H. BALL
feces pleasure linononneing to the public that she
has opened it new store in
Ilarmon's Elock,2 Squares south of Union Depot,
Mery she Will keep cooetan!ly a largo variety of
41t,ILLINgitY AND DIIY GOODS,
Roleery, Cloth; and a general assortment Of eret7thlttic
small' kept on hand in a store of the kW.
mas trA II ow stock of (halo just received from :Ms
Being desirous oteloeieg out her old stuck, oho'
son It from not to theist of July beteso cult,
DaY cAnr rr,
HOUSE FURNISHINO EMPORIUM!
cA RP RTS; OIL .CI,OTIIS,
DRESS 'GOODS, DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ana everithing to be faatia is I, Mat cless Dry Goode StooN' which we offer to purchavre. at the lowa. t poaathia .
, rates. We hue idea added an
We hareem:Ned the sarelesner Cent eau Uphohnire who Ii esurtsneed Inputting up One Mahlon and doing
the finest klodot Uphelttery, Cattetlmitds and , led. Wall repo put en by espematted• workmen.- We are
prepred to -Inrsdah Private Souses and lietels,tbroughout on short natio-. We are determined to sell our roe
u Low se sap bn plumed to Retread or New York City. diens • call. it No. 7 Weed Mau.
GARDNEA GROSS. h- CO., • •
Succe4scors.to G. W. witlner.
B BMW. & BUItUESS,
4W &gars la 411' kl4B
PLAIN AND FANICX CANDY
- by Ist:ties
121*ot:it - bout
tad to be tits
toot perfect k.
, zreeable skit t
to three bot
)m, rods of
or lei or double
ORANPES, LEMONS, NUTS, &G., &c.,
) WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
They will not
bend.; on break,
like the single
springs, bu t
u d perfect
will ban been.
WHOL . EBALB.
TOYS OF ALL *INDS,
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO !
_MOSS AND ELM!CANDY:
IN •TIIE COUNTRY!
It will do all that la elaltoird for It,
'COUGHS AND IRRITATIONS
dad prove Itself e ,
MILD 8c PLEASANT EXPECTORANT
♦LL KINDS OP 01100ERII;S, FRUITS, VP.ORTARLX3
Hering purchased our etock before
the Late ern to prices, /lie
feel conaderd of being • -
able to giro Sans. ,
(teflon, both in , •
„price and - ",- -
. e quality.
6.2/atr7 Neduas of every sort boned and sold. rumen
can always depend on receiving the highest rear
tot price for theirostieleo,
DU:MRS IN TDB ADJOINING! (OWNS,
And on 41.0 . Lintz of Balitioid,
SUPPLIED WITH FRUIT, VSGETABLIIS,
five as a Dail.
ARNEKBIIII KAY ji JACKSON'S NARKKI' DEPOT,
WUOLESALE AND UTAIL
GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE,
WINO A I,IOOBA.
F. &M. SCHLATIDEOKER; •
Are now receiving at their old stand. Americas Moak
State Am!, a large and saperiew (took at
Groceriet, Provisions, Warp. Liquors,
Willow Wooden, and Stink* Fare,
NA% to, /la;
Together with *myna*/ found is 1. noose of this
kind. which thsry Witt 0141 aches) as Any other estab
iishatent in this city far Cash or most hinds of country
They Ws Moon hand one of the burst and Duet
Storks at Tobacco and 13soisis war trough; to Rote, to
which they Indio the attention of the pohlio.
a cr . co and eee—a sdostdsairpessee is bettor than
odoir shilling, eanieques ns .11reash Won SIM end great
~ .hazgedris by calling attbi '
-AMERICAN BLOCK, STATE STREET....
iiresia.llolo-62 P, dc EICIILATIDAILISR.
cATARILLI CURRD FOR ONO DOLLAR.
RIAD? For one dollar, per mail I *DI send free to
any address a recipe and medicine diet will guarantee
to curb the worst owe of Catarrh in the head or bran
tidal tubas in a few weeks. It has saved_ any life, and
*we d ras sr catarrh and &serene - bre:data! troubts I
b a d itt ff we d with for fears. I tried the tart pbyticians
and all the advertheed motidnea of the day s tat footed
no rend till tobtilned tble, I would rtes one hundred
dollars for thin redo ant Deb zordiciee, /11 bow had
thellaterrhandaoull not obtain it *A I Ware, if
Instructions ere follosoLD tem eV sth a s oir
that has not already reached the lunge • and Woo w,
settled Genoathou Oswalt whitelonean.
Adams T. P. No. LTRi Tat oa Ist,
AND HOUSE: FURNISHING 00oDs . or EVERY DESOR/MON;'
SHEETING AND SHIRTING, HOOP. SKIRTS,
II[ATTELBBEB, LOUNGES, &0., &so.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Ateatr for the
GOODS IN 017 1 11 LINE
I BENER & BURG SS,
431 STATE STREET
The Cheapest and Moat I'leanat
CLEAR THE VOICE,
ILLIMPACTI7IO9' OX.Y )11'
BENER k ,BURGEB'S,
• AND PR017819/418,
:Pilth Street, between State ater irifineb # Eris Pa.
. 1 Vans/lied to that emissive stock of
PAPER HANGIN( ~CU tT,AIN9,
41. Ca to piste Stank at
We bap coats:stir an brad.
/Led 'halite* on hapd spd made to oblor
plummy:3 PIATIONLI. ci.. #AlBrier
At the Blga of the "Old Flag; r .
OFFICR /N FARRAR HALL BUILDIRO, •
Wald Part Flaee, Erie, Pa., at address Lock Res ZOL
Pawkier obtained for weuudoil maid disabled SoltHera
and Seamen, or their widows or orphael, dsperkieut
rootbers or misters.
, 8k1153 , 10T10N OULRANTESO.OR NO RAY.
Back pay and Bounty due t3oldieni and Sesmen and
their beim, eol'acted with greater Facilities than by any
other agency in Nortb•Weatkn Pennsylvania, having
had tour pate experience in the United elates Tram ,
MONEY ADVANCED ON CLArMit.
'Emmaus incurred in entail:ling, bringing home, and
betrist of deceased floldfees and Ees men, 'collected at the
sign of the "Ord lriat "
Psq on pensions promptly collected and admineed.
AN grounded soldiers and stamen ere eat Wed to pen.
OFFICERS, ATTENTION! ' -
Expenses Incurred for recruiting. and pay-for time se
occupied collected, u well as all of the above,
AT P/111.1arett NATIONAL CLAUS AGENCY,
No charges until OW= are pad.
Remember pay on pensions begins with date of appli•
mitten unless applied for within one yeah of the time of
discharge of inrsild or death ornate , - '
Officers having uusettleil accounts, will find at this
agency an old U. S.- Treasury Clerk, whir has had years
o f experience in their accounts.
Officals and eeltate, at , rmr/ef'd Wench can collect
pay for otothins, loat r bj des on of dap to ace.
%ion, Look oat for
SION OF MS "OLD FLAG," PASS PLAON.
Claims Art horses Media adios, or sad to the lint.
tad Stater, promptly collected.
Remember, B. T. Parley was four years lo the U.S.
SAILMIS, 1101—Prise money prompt) collected eta
small par cent.. by ?ether a IMO U. 8.1 teunTy alum.
prfo 8. Todd Parley. Thal% ful for the very Itberrl pa
tronage bestowed by the public, feels that basing had a
large experience u a V. S odleer. and as Cu. See. cilia+
Pennsylvania Soldier's Association. and 'Pottnobbdollor
for Pennsqvaels for soldiers. daring ths war, he du
render uneosalLed service in North-Western Peoeselra
" tarn 2m
' • -
' ►LL ETAT 50P PIOTtrIIIII, 7110;A
(Mil TO A• LIFE SIZE PHdTOGItAPH,
101/tB. /112/J TO GIPS SATISPACTIOA
Nanny tubbed in
on. OR Irma coLoss.
tfahin Block, between Btowt's Hotel k Reonfousis
Mimic tomtit. •
i No. 820 Slate Bfrett, - irit, Penktsyl!ani a,
MUSIC( .11,4• D MUSICAL or 1 sveßy
Wien, Freueh end dermas Wiese of !the belt WU"
Saltwater& &r chlsk•ritig fione,... - Wfri.ti Staerecuee,
Drucker 4 Co.'s, and Raven & Badoe's Rune 'onto;
also, the celebrated Treat & Linsley Cablftet Organs and
Kula sad attings sent bf nailUT* at Sitalie 4
411 orders promptly •tteoded to.
Cstslosse of Waldo sent free of potty?".
Rills) CITY )11ZON WORKS.
LIDDELL, BELDEN Br, BLD3S, •
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
WALK /NG BEAM OtONS
- ;WO TOOLE
MILL G INGS AND lIIAOLIINERY.
Alfons work roads from the hest materfals, and VAIN
ammo to to of the 1
we are cow adding largely. to oar linebloory ant
Kinafkr.toriog (militia; to supply Miro i.utrreored la
railnd-f4r our work. ' -
JOBN A. 8L193.
MilanliZlOD nom Lost" Her adios cn
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Just Aibliatted a new edition of 1 , .
Da. Duz,vmtwass'e CM.asiumin 130r_
ear on the raelical ars (without -
medicine) of Brinnsaroannows. of dendnal Wasiak/mai braluntary tieudrisi Loa* W
?sum Menial and Physical Dmapacity,l hopedinnate
to lffarrialre, eta. also, Cousairtlon. Eritslirr ard
Piva. Induced by aelf-indolgence of - 1 e s dal extrava
.ffr Price, in a sealed envelope, only 6 eat&
The celebrated author. in ale witonrable mayy., clesr4:
demonstrates, nyin a thirty yea% adastaitil praclMe,
that the alarming consequence, of self - Abaft ray be mi
lady cured without the dangerous up of internal rued
trine or the applicatirin of the knife—pointing out a mode
of mire at once simple, certain and effectual, by me .us
"which every waterer, no matter last ills condition may
beat are himself cheaply. privately-and radiceap.
This Lecture should be in. the hands of ever t
you and *my man to the
ficat under end. in a plain 'Navel:4ll; 4 'i° any address. on
the neelpt of six cents, or two rtsigestairlre. 'Address
the pobibhars, DILA& J. C. M-I.IMX & DO.,
121 Itawery, New 4
soarliPtal-tf. Pat Ome• Pim WC.
• • •
Teti readerstimed bee la store over six
thousand tons of the best Prosque UM Ice, for the
arena of ltltia* Lod be Is prepared to , cost** irlto par
ties to supply ,then for the sown. min say quautity at
ones. Fo Families, Hotel others, suck
tadessinurats win be of as will make It au object toe
them to makejeastracts Immediately. •I edit gdaraatee
My Ice to be tate best that "Mb, offend in al market
this aessou, aaa beincprepared to supply 'the clty, as
well as all foreign demand*, oO one . can do better by
inuttomars lequality or prime Haan toilet E may be
tooted to , the anseat at um house Dear the oat let lock.
Orders through the postale* will be stunted to:
maid Stre • -TAOS. CAVF.NIOGO.
0011 DES 07 .i.ARLDB AND DrikrALO SMUTS
ERIE CITY WARR BREWERY,
CORNER Oi POPLAR AND MOS SPRIrP3
ERIE MALT AND BARLEY WAREEBIIIiEB,
coma OP 7TH gran? AND CANAL alma.
Palo aa4 Amber 34 sad XXX Ala, the Beat Qaali=tal Traristias al Lagos,
lb* Matra Quallum at att and Batty/. '
Oa kaa4 and and tot gala
Executed in the best sty ksot th q art.
AIL prcrtrace )
OIL STILLS AND TANKS;
BEST STYLE AND WORKMANSHIP.
0941Alcs, .PlOAffd,, VIDAL •
W.•11. - WItiTLEY .t CC.
Are oolltog the beet quttty of
BITUMINOUS COAL* AT LOWEST BATES,
• Delving:Tin any part of the dip
And wlll :oak* grater redaction by Quantity or Cu
Load. De bane new on bands
LARGE STOCK OP ANTH R AMIE COA
,our ego nay areal a tail to coo /taco um ow)! IV
saael tar wittily. Mee taiarr "Pearl, Ara 12Itt ftt.rta
pie, Ems, ot.s.cr, hit at, 441,0f:a Eitaia ,011
ptreopt attention.' ' ' It; WElimy.
afteislustr. 01. SALIIMA24I,
liatelotuaa tAllitte •P
• wißsAirizo To is,
• iistat poi/000 nett
for the Stomach and
Mood o Caltte , &HAN
or Shopp e in precioting
411 , tion, claimant the
crittem sod triaisfentan
afic plarModirdmst add
infleob t rat, Ina, butter
: 3 hod strength, eater.
beilth sad %Jim.
IS the only medicinal.%
gaily patented at Priam.
England, Switzerland, h
Holland, and dely,ad.
, —ENVY- misted by their Conde.
honored with Prize.medals; and invented by Ur. DIM!.
Protestor or thq Imperial. Colter* for Agriculture at
Paris, And now manntletnred by C. G. Iltrner Dr of
lands. Jitentown; En. - ;
Alt (AU'S*, of the Stomach. Blood. Longs and Bow '
*U. oPeedlif and cartaisly mod.- health y stock wilt
tat brought tato Vie highest state of perfection,aod one
lo two tatdespoonfols a vreek tear great retire ta hard'
"whip; hottes t breeding ittoot, and COW, and aars4l
thousands of rateable horses Dom conuglona disease,
*i Ir a" lit tlet barn lard gain the: army of the Potentate.
- THE - -fE'Eflall WORE CON C
Elfietnally otsreetno ill the'objeets tales' tonally pr
feat the expelling of Worms, arm pleasant to 'skip and
of most agreeable purgatives for Children.
So wadded:it Le the inventor, of the warn of his Tato•
rims azalea, la the patholog eal'eg a position of lids
preparation; that he rniehea wary coated Pbyalttan
with $ written prescription, as a new an in Matteis
• I k.
THE UNION 33.0A,CH, 8A T, DICE AND ANT
EXTE,RYINATOR . , -
Is • Powder tor the mutt eiteralnittlon lot sit Penni°,
wlllnavar disuse wtth Kens elionte.estd snitch prefsts.
ble to the old Phosphorous Paste, which hardens. le •
ithortilsneonakias it worthiest. For directions Alta
particulars see the OUR Aids in the Dow. .
:SlAty.threePrwainms Awls:dad to these Prep*At..
Dr•Nleks sod Carter 'h Carver. Ede, Wholesale eshl
Retail Agents tor Erie ecentli R. iL &nem ( ki-
Plttsburg ; John Henderson & Bro Pittsburg. end Bea
ton la aro., trereland i Wholesale Jobbers. •
WHOLESALE AN.IJ , BETA' . IA
Would respeatfallf inform the public that he tas epos en
a Store In
NO. 2 HUGHES''
_BLOCK, ERIE, PA.,
-1 Where be TM always keep on hand a large es;pll
• GROC,ERItS I .
CROCKERY AND WOODEN *MARX
And evereldnit essaltrjg ads to an esbignoini t
the blvd. ,
ar Term ea reasonable am say other trams
city , 110 , 0 , tit
AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT!
. Obtains Houses and Stores for thole, wanting. and tens
Stores. Hoists • and Dwellinp, with or without thew
furniture, for those giving up housekeeping. Also, buy
STOCK IN ?BAD; MERCHANDISE. HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE, CARPST' 3TOVEB, , •
PICTURES, MIRRORS, MUSIC, LV AND OUTDOOR
EFFECTS. U.. V.
• Thous it tablas to sell by private *track aid advance
=Day on any useful property Intekided for onfllotroki
sale byaustinn. Those buying or selling can hear to
their advantage by applying to ine. at the
UNIOS FURSITURE STORE.
nolgUtf. - - Erie. Pa.
On State St., between Derentli and Sighth.
Tbn ltaliecribereliare onto:manta tkeiCabinst liakingand -
end propose m aled all ki aking to order an
Ir d keeping constantly on
hnds of arnitsts.
Orders will melts prompt atlantic". Sepairing dose
on 'host notits.,
'•tit.—lnaribers will giswspeclai attention to thls 41.
=t of their baldness. They will tuanorscbare and
Whir on hand a large assortment of listen°
Omen and Coffins, and hold themselves in readiness to
met order 1n thla We, promptly, trent any part of the
country. Determined to wears no efforts torero cetisteo.
tion both in the quality of their goods and prices, they
hope to recurs a Mersa elms of Wale Eattonake._
NOOSE di RIM=
aprlr62-tt. Successore to H. Riirart.
READY PAY STORE.
.A . I,N N ' i G
winga ;respectfully taSorm the Pnblin lhst be has
• . , , rurchued the ,
srocir o f aßocie)jmy of firirdino 4 aysszrz,
otinonorri4ra Aso emirs .ere.
Where le Intend! Ur :keep am gon!i an aasortztang of
QRo44l#B 7 Br, PROPI6IONB,
WOOD ,& WlLfrifir WARS, AND' 74ARTIkrir GOODIE
as fe kept to Eree;„;
B'oo eotistaidly oa hind.
BEET BRANDS OF BRIE ?W. FLOUR,
Eir The highest Market Price paid for's]] lord! of
Country Produce. •
t r Goods delirered tree !debarse to ass part of the
The undersigned 'haying coreplited their reran upon
the eine Iffilawontd repeettufly Inform the public that
they are now Prepared to do
arn.keep ecinntantlr on hand a fon "Uri or
FLOUR, FEED, ORAIN,;S:c.,
Of all kind' for Went whole/We of retail.
CASE PAID YOB ALL KINDS OP MUM
JOHN ROBINSON. MOW
OLIVER k BARON, Ea Mato St., Erie, h..
F RA NUI 8 VIII Flqsll,
- • axxvelcrrala eat) Plei.lll
BOOTS AND SHOES!
• ' EVRRY STYLE AND -IrARITIT,
No. 816 State St., West Side, bet. Bth and 9th,
Ear Jost Tatelved, a new stock of Goode, 'bleb sin
be meld at the leweet peen.- ,
• . .
(Successors to Webar 4 Utte.)
GROCER lES AND PROVISIONS!
GROOKERY, . WILLOW • WARE, FROM,
km, wren 'opus, ko
Mate street. But side, thkrd door oprib of - Railroad
Bridge, IBM, PA.
P. IT!umascait. ass24.tf
JOHN GENSURIMEIII.4II SON,
CLOMING AND GENTS' lIVNNISENND GOODS,
Caner of Seventh and St •
TNAII3T FOIL siALll.—The enterer* often for
jr mare his farm, site•ted in Fairview tommehlet sae
utile - east of Fairview iiltsgr r on the Ridge (toad, con
tatnerg SO SeTIDS, all Improved ezeopt V acres To, woo.
and timber. &Wiens' has erected th ereon • mall true
dwalliee bones with good stoics cellar and a good fun•
tx) 1, et. with a stud at each sad—o good wet°
of soft water, and • young orchard of fresh trait.
Tar particulars' enquire of the rindersigeed on the
premiss& teplii-atej MUD BO FIR.
Of 111 triiiits.
Thu kidneys aro bto in nunibut situated st the lip.
per part of tho loin, surrounded by at awl consisting
of threes parts, : Tlau Anterior, the, Interior, sad
The anterior absorbs, interior consists of tisanes
Or veins, which servo as a deposit for the urine awt
Mwvtytttotheeitcrior. The c teriur lea conductor
also, terminating in a ;Almelo tube and called the
Ureter....-Thr. ureters are coutleeted with the bladder.
Cho bladder Is Cdaniti3C:lUt various coverings
tissiicv.cnvidea into pluithriz.: the Upper,tne Lower,
the Nereque,#nd tt , e,llacous, lila upper expels, the
JOiver r.t..inS. Mang have a desire V.) urinate without
the ability; others urinate without the ability to re.
tain. ,Tills freenently occurs to children.
To care thew atiections wo must bring into action
the inu.seles, which are engaged In their varionaluno
lions. If they are neglected, Gravel or Dropsy way
The reader, must also be wade aware. iimrevent
4110 it may be the attzettOt is sure to affect Inabo.dtkr
health and mental powers: as our flesh aria blood Aro
supported twin thaws sources. - .•
GOUT, Olt MiEGMATIML
" Patin occurring in the !nine Is indicative et the aliore
ilLieshes. They occur in persona disposed, to &GU
stnmach and chalky concretions.
The gravel ensues from neglect or improper treat%
moot or the kidneys. These organs being weak, the
stater Is not expelle4 from tha bladder, but allowed
k) remain; it becomes feverish and sediment forms
Il is from this deposit that the stone is formed and
Is it collection of water in some parts of the bo4y
sod bears different hams, according to the parts af
fected, ♦iz: whcu generally diffused oirer the 'bob':
it Ss Called Anassroa; when of the aladotacu,loitus.
lam of thy chest. Ifydrobhoraz
• , ,
geititbareaffhtf concentrated com6ound Ertrset ,
II odr, is decidedly ono of
,the boat remedies for ill
aeares'of the bladder,kidneYa gravel, dropsical ma
tte:a, rheumatism, and gouty affections: Under tide
bead we hare arranged lOyatiria.or did/catty and TWA
in passing water, Scanty secretions, or small SWIM.
qUen talsonarges of watOrt Strangnry or stopping of
water,ileteatuits or bi y urine, Gout and Mau
inatiam of the kidneys. Ithout any change In quan
tity, bat Increase Of col ror dark water. It was al.
waya highly roconnnin ed, by the Übe Dr„Phyalck.
hi these affections.
Thts medicine incresa
suites tbeabsortients in,
tho power of digestion and
• healthy esereiste, by whirls
pain and on. Oro
lie . waieryor calcareous
'enlargements, fis well , .
teducSa. siiti is taken b
Ettrer-Dipzts fa nse an.
! ) '
' diet sceotripagy.
PLITLAbELPIIIN PA., February 25,1852
U. T. UELanot.u, Druggist. .
Dear Sir: I have been a sufferer, for upwards of
twenty 'writ. with gravel, bladder, and kidney afire.
Hons. daring which time 1 have used various meal
einalutegarationa, and been under the treatment of
the most eminent physicians, experiencing but little
ideving seen your piso.
Deed. I consulted with my amily physician in rega7rd
to imam; your Fotrect Dacha.
I did this because I bad used all kinds of advertised
remedies and had found them worthless, and some
quite !Marione; in fact, I despaired of ever getting
well, and determined to nse no remedies hereafter
111,10,4 I knew of the ingredients. It swas this that
prompted me to use your remedy. As you advertised
that it was COtrlpoAed,Of betedu, cube!,*, and jumip:r
berries, it occurred to me ant my physician as an
excellent a anbitiation. and, with Mk advice, after ma
elafUluatiort of the article, and consulting again with
the druggist, I concluded to try it. I commenced its- 7 ,
use about eight months ago, at , which Mined was con.
Sued to my room. From the that bottle I was sat.
tonished and gratified tithe benelleisiellectiandaltem
mato it three weekii was able towallt out. I felt much
like writing you a bill statement of my case at that'
nom, bat thought my improvement might may bo
temporary, and therefore concluded to defer awl see
if it would effect spelled cam Wearing thea Harwell
be of greater value to you and more satisfactory tome.
I am Now Ant.r.routrout TSIAS A CUTCV. TB rifi r CTZTI
CSINT..TILL" starair wow wrve a r eissas, . •
I 11_,,N NOT yam ANT NOW won nEiece MONTE% A.ND
37-3L1.5 T7L'LL Is ALL .ILESPECTS A 8 I ETE.3
Your Melia being devoid of any unpleasant taste
sail odor, antra tonic and invigorator of the system.
Ido not mean to be wituout wheneva i r occasion
may ref/Lime its nseln such affections.
Should any one doubt ..If.r. -McCormick's ptatement.
be refers to the following gentlemen:
Hon. Wyt, Thor:Ea. ex-Governor. Pennsylvania.
Hon, Taos. D. Fitnalzact, Philadelphia.
Hon. J. C. }Cam. Judge, Philadelphia.
Hon. J. S. FILM IL Judge, Philadelphia. -
Hon. D. It. PCritTY.S. ez,..:/ororuor, Pohnoylvania,
F.A.T.10 Llirta, Judge, Philadelphia.
Hon. It C. Gaunt, Judge. United Staten Court.
lion. G. W. WOoTACAB.D, Judge. Phita6 l ./P 111,6
lion. A. roar= City Sol icitor, Philadelphia.
Hop. Jens Matta, ex-Governor, kdifornia.
Hon. H. &mtg. Auditor-General, Washington. DX"
And many others, if toecessaa7.
Principal Depot, HEATDOLDI3 DAV) AND CITE'
WCAL VIABEIMSE, -
LETIIOPOLITAN HOTEL, NE*. Yoiur,
Sold by Druggists everywhere. •
eir azwara Qr Context:ate. AI
The Subscriber who has
occupied the /11/211f011t Donee, put above the Depot, lox
the put four _run, has removed into the
COMB OF PEACH AND BUFFALO sure r%
Where to will try to aetommoditte take as many vests.
and ae wen t as ho did in the old stand, He hopes that
the patronage which was am liberally- extended to him
there, wtU bo Wended to bim in his arre quartos. lila
etabang is sad/dent to arooramodate all teamster/ who
way favor hhn with tbotr patronage.
5020116-tt JOHN. BOYT,R.
CEARMENSI CAUGHEY & SOWN"
AND PROVISION DEA.I ! P V,S,
WOODS/I WARN, NAILS, GLASS, ROPR, SPIPOIND
OIL, 'WOES LIME,-
WHITE LIME, 'OIL VITRIOL, CAUSTIC
• SODA, OLDS.
NOS. 25. & 5 NORTH PARK STRKET,
C . KNOLEIIART,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CUSTOM - MADE BOOTS AND SHOES,
Would take this method at returning Lie thanks 14
his Mende and the public generally for their liberal
patronage heretoforr extended to him, and hopes to bare
a continuation tit the vane. I take pleseare in informing
the Italie that I ‘.0:1 still setting i
. READY kin' 80011 AND SHOES AS CRUZ
—ll , NOT 1 LITTLE OREArLSO-
Than any Hones In this pikes, anti I am ALB aiding the
best qualities at Gents' Boots Lod Shoes. for which I em
ploy stone butthe BRAT of WORICAIEDF,tuIer the Super-
Intettdenee at O. IGLU&
Baying obtained a limn to use the
PLTJMER PATENT BOOTS,
• ram now prepared to make the Pitons? Patent Boots
and Shoes in a =Frier not to be curtsied in Style and
ar Dams,/ kdep on baud • selection of the but
Broodier French and American Calf and Kips.
4.l3.—Bapairlog attended to. . mrl2"64t.t.
KEYSTONS STOVE WORKS.
TIBBALS, SRIBR & t WHITEHEAD,
STOVE'S AND BOLLOW 'WARE'
Et" • large
W arta estaazi
and assort:out of Stoves at
THE IRON GATE'
Is* erateclawi Coal Cook Store, with or witbool row ,
volt. for „hard or soft noal, arwrood, and II
BETTE' THAN THE STEWART atm' t:
We alto manufacture the
WHEAT 1111g4PfeiNh NEW Cal,
Both low oven Coal 'Coot Stow—wits wood valet
- can be used either for coal or wood.
Wo ars' still manwacturing this o'N:hutted los oven
Stove for wood--with or without memoir.
A low Om Stove for Wood. This is a Dew Store
beautiful 4124141nd now for tats—togstosr ' with
s Isms worts:rout alontlad One Coo) ,
Parlor Cook for wood or dal, and Parlor
aad Ogioeliltoras, for rood or tool.
0.14 MUDS. D. DEI/84 W. 11. WHITIUMAD
She. Jan. 12. 1813—tt.
NOME TO PERBO,IB HAPINO PILOOUVL.
We are now running a Yaks* tin. from Ede to Re
mit% on the Philadelphia *Erb Railroad, and wishing
create all Mods of I
VZOETAULRS AND CDONTRY PRODUCE .
To Carry It on, hare established a Depot on
FLPTE 878112?, • ,
.the rev of the old Reed flout,
BETWEEN STATE AND FRENCH STREETS.
Where we will be it all times ready to receive and ...pay
gi iiiam An huh ,
ed to nus loci.
' T wp
A Most Exquiziteipelit*.
grant Perfume, Distilled 2%01
and Beautiful Plower ?4,
takes its name.
2japrfeetured only by PI/M.411
- NEW rot z .
BEWARE OF 001114
A 8 MU PIIALOWs_TAKE
&Id by wid s ttr.mt`•
Ladies, take Particular 1 . 1 •
THE REAL lELPAU FE 2(m2,
[Wsunanta Fitsxen 1
, so, ce:.•,,,,.
i . yi arg ago in Faris for tbz rti:tf k(
irregularities, awl aft, r ,,- av i E ,..,
r. , , ... t.
their criminal emplovinext !a xi
abcation, are now off red for tdo f'
time in America. • Thy fare b e „ 2 ,1 1 , 1
tromparative obscurity fl.oz ti.o tut.
srigmator, Pr. lrelpau,is a viili! , ::, : .
of great wealth and strict 0ft.c.( 4: ,..:'
tiplea, and has withheld theca h- , ....; t !
lase, lest they should be empleyell...i .
purposes, In overcoming Femal e rs, :.
Falling of the Womb, WhinsAti ti
too, Suppression, Retention, or
Flow of the Monthly Dischar,o,el, z , ,
to be truly omnipotent, burstir4
floodgates from whatever cause,
stopped them ; but they are offerolt;
lie only for legitimate uses, and .14,
forbidden to sell them when It ii .:
that the object is unlawful. 3.E....,
should never take them whoa iL.,
reason to believe .thernselrts TN .
they will be sure to produce a mi,, , ,..
• These pills are entirely safe nee,
=matinees, being compered taCreij
Stances from the vegetable kits, ra.
Each box has the coat of 4,-...., 5 f e ti,
of Paris stamped on the I.a, with ti,;'
" Trade Mark in French, to tc,u,t d i... t
Is a misdemeanor, and all ixaot s i ,u
with according to law. ,
.. v ." Full directions acooiniar t t -,„
ladies can obtain a box stalrlfrtra'l
of the curious, by inchAng Oat itre r
I:A4-office stamps to upy rt , sp.:-.-"4,
gists, or to 0. U. S'I'APLES, Cpe.,ka:
for the United States, Waterte Nus i t )
Awarre.—Viers & Elliott, Hall h With;
Booth, Liddell &Bro . Carter h
Bro m North Etat : Belknap .118 re, 6lnk it
Vainigr• Riley Pettey. West tanneel.
Produce tbr Ws an matat-
141 11 ?k ail=".
,/"‘ 1A ilk',
• \I OS Flit a v e
4 4 ' • - • a
F 0 U T Z'S
hum Hi 11
C,OU G DIS-
T EISA' Eit FF
LOSS OF APPE
TITE AND VITAL'
ENERGY; &c. Its
use improves the
* emoo.th and,
transforms t b fr"
miserable skeleton into a f i ne-lomhl
In all diseases of Swine, such as CatAM
the Lungs, Liver,
acts as a specific.
By putting from
one-half a paper
to a paper in
barrel of swill the
wilt be eradicated •—•
or entirely prevented. If riv'n in do t
preventive and cure for the Cha!ot
Price 26 Cents per Palm 0:5 Pap a
S. A.. VOTT'I'Z &138
WHOLES.UE MICR AND MEDIUM,
No. 116 'Franklin St., Baltina
For Sale by Druggists and sturstequi:
out the United States.
marditay Sold by fiALL-4
PEACH ST , ABOVE THE lIUFFALOH OII i
HENRY, BRYANT fill Est
oneooastwo to Acheson rail;
PARLOR, COOK AND DiqICE
TIN s Sinn ho Wat
- AND ALL KINDS OF ISOM CS:
Keesy Stove void by u warranted to lig
Kettles, Slellh-shoes, Sad Irons, ka,
'Adored to order.
,„,P 4011 , 1 AND Peoria of impels; gab"
11.2 41 t r amp ea baud. A cal) and s tilt tri
eel s all vs ask. HENRY, BRYANT of'
MOURISON s DINO:1101 1 Es
VLOtai, tEF,F,S.k.LT ,
CLOVE% TIMOTHY SEEN
NOS. 601 AND 503, FRENCH
Betweeii dth and 6th Streeter
VIISINESS, WEDDING ASI)
Bill.Beads,Certlffeates of Oil 01 rr 5. 4 . 11 1
BY J. If; LAPRAO .
PARAGON' nuamo, Wirsr
LIVER V STABLE:.
• The nn -•
Purchased the 'well-known Merry
oecupiesl by Win. I. Sterrett, Lle , :ieA
and the public that he will tontines the
Will be largely increased Anti
vices haws been procaTl. and !Me ofl,he
Horses 10 the country. ma Li-termiss" t 'fv ,
the establishment u to give satisacti"• w t
want to obtain the cervices of ago it , keeel
ready at' all tittles to accommoaste then. si r
pima. iteitolle et tha plate,
maw:l7s OLD sw o t
* street, rear of tbe Reed Roue.llo9, ...id
Fa %hum 180—tt • 1
,i rt t
the a 1