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Etilli, PA., , AUGUST 16, 18C6
Ds );trr.l., Federal 11111, South Erie, P 3.,
e tpaionced Surgeon. jy1.:.3r0
Jaines Maxwell. Selling liquor. Guilty.
Sentenced to pay $25 for use of t'''est Ward
. school, and $5 for costs.
',tr. Clymer's Appointments.
1 George A. Cowan. Larceny. Guilty. Son
A, neti, - e from Hon. Wm. A, Wallace, tenced is pay a fine of $lOO to Commonwealth
hlinuso of the State c e ntral Committ'ee, in- and costs of prosecution. and be imprisoned
~,,.m . .,. Clint Hon. Mester Clymer, Demo. in the Western Penitentiary for three years.
re Zl i a n c, n o t h t F o ry: - D t 7 i r e n c b o ti t rts o bia t g ria il . ot guilty. De.
cr ,, , .; ;: „ e lndidate for Governor, has roads ap
(cncttceo" P. Speak as . foll9ws ' -----..4,harles pay
y hnson - a 1 Lawrence Green.
N e wcastle, Saturday. September 1. ; Harglary. Guilty. One year each in Pen Len.
F.,. Nondav, September 3. • , ' tiary.
Meadville. Tuesday, Sept. 4. ' Jousts 'McGrath and Dennis McMullen.
rracldin. Wednesday, Sept. 5.
s , ,
, i ' Durglsry and larceny. Not guilty.
il.rion, Thursday, Sept 6. . M II Jones. Assault anillattery. Guilty.
Titanic, Friday evening, Sept. 7. I Final $lB and costs.
Wirren , Saturday, Sept. S. Smith Corbin. Assault and battery, and
s mtry's (Ell: County), Monday evening, I surety of the peace. Guilty. Fined $lO and
. Q .et, 10. ; costs.
E m p,ritun (Cameron County), ' Tuesday, 1 Wm. Evans, alias Steve Sweatland. Larce—
st. 11 I ny. Guilty. Fined $25 and cost+, and to be
t• c g,liaven, Wednesday, Sept. 12. imprisoned in the Penitenti ry one year and
l' r r , :ngPments will he Made to give eur. die. -nine months. v , .
l. , (1 candidate an appropriate reeep-
Gecrge A Cowan. Larceny. Why. Fired
$lOO end costs, and to be imp,roned in the
;,,,, optli hi= visit til. : ;,Erie. Meantime, let i Penitentiary for three years.
~, re lle in ell parts of thc.ccunly prepare Seth Sine= and others Sentence de.
l i turn (Au, nod give hini a cordial greet.
Th , OLT iniim tea ihot Mr. Woodruff
.7Dpithize3 aith Mr. Jclaion'a policy and
Ms. imp cseion must have been made up
.; all who) hove observed' this fact, and par
r:if:v-1v those who bras erticed the kind
•h which Mr. Woo lruff bee been treat
, i tia the Obeerrer, the Democratic organ of
It. are sorry for the credit of our cotene
-7,,ry, and the cause of its favorite candi
;,,e, that it ha's felt itself ca'mpelled to resort
-, -uch a poor shift as this.• The kindness
..* wlii . •l7 we have treated Mr. Woodruff
-,••l•es tram no regard for his political opinions.
... -,5,-. intimation on his part that he affiliates
.* OM' View. : but, solely and exclusively,
~e ves of the three men named on the Ile
la lona rde we consider him the brO fitted
~ slace. Regarding Was an imipossibil
-t• fleet a DemeCrat in the die rice, we
Sri' felt it a duty to express a ph' rence fur
t.lt ore of the candidates I resented by the
-rusi•ian ithom we Mink meat' likely to
!rake a fair, honorable, and satisfactory
Ju Iv For nil that we kniw, -VI-. Woodruff
it at Radical as Mr. Walker, - or Mit * Vincent.
He is net, though, a man•or a! •tep sealed
fere:nal and political preXdices 'tie : his two
rrapetitcirs, and hence o;fta that pemo
ertti Feu to stP him nnininated.
The Dl , pateh says furiltel, in speaking of
lir. Walker : •
Ile is besides a gentleman 14 so much t•to .
pence ability and greater experience.: that no
man acquainted with the merits of 'tie two
e etntlemen will hesitate one moment about
giving :Is preferences t' Mr. Walker! •
We agree that Mr. Walker has o Wide re
putatiha for ability; but, for the life of us.
we coultl never Understand how he acquired
it His political speeches are
preductions as we have ever heard. The Re
publican party of Vie county has two public
's[o.akers at least who surpass him In all the
c:era ! - nts bf oratory, and perhaps more. At
the bar he has•never secured any:reputation
:_encept fiet---a--e i ertain sort of eleilge hammer
invective, which is usually
,as coarse as it
it rambling and incoherd r al.' A 8 a counsellor
he is surpassed by 'several of our attorneys,
while as a jurist then' is scarcely a member
of rite Erie bar who would rot be better fitted
I. th by nature and education. Let thole who
li r =sgree with us 'upon three paints cite some
.cstacces of his superior ability. Are they in
h i .s. speeches !•• We a.e not aware that a
tror;le one of the hundreds delivered in the
essr•s. of his long political career has been
thcuelit worthy of publication. ' Are they in
irs sells arty attainments? Aek those who
,cram him best how much of these be pcis
,r:o9eF. Are they fin 'his : practice before the
111:::arl? Point es to the - Case in which he has
1 ~ f s'ine, i any special; Celebrity. Where has he
:eft any. distinguishing mark ? At what
par ticular'peri3l has he exhibited that degree
: . , , f argumentative skill.discrirciating judgment,
and convincing oratory that entitlerhim to the
boa. r of being styled a man of Is' superior
ability ? " . The 7.er...0at:1 who seeks to find
them will search in vain, and when at length
lie desists from his labors, it w,ilLin all likeli
hood, be with the conclusion, long ago formed
!by uS, that of all the public men in, our
county, Mr. Walker's reputation rests en the
feeblest and least enduring foundation
+ As EX.iMPLE FOU SCOTI!,:t.D —lre find the
following letter travelling the rounds of our
1111tELING. Va., Aug. 2,,186G.
//on F. E Spinner, Treasurer of the United,
sln:__:Enelosed please find your draft,
turnber 4,065, ou the Assistant Treasurer of
the United states nt Ntw York, pnye.le to
my order, for $2,691 Cd, sent me by N. G.
_ordwny.sEsq., .Sergeant-at-arms, as the net
acAnt of my increased s-lary from March
4, 1561, to Amps: 4, IE4 A, which I herewith
return to the Treasury of the toiled States,
I votes for the Aipropriation bill not for
ray own benefit, but because it made some
yravision for the earlier soldier's of the Ro
z fubl c, who bad not received equal bounty ,
whit those who went later to the field, and at
the ame time gave assurance that in any
tntu. i e exigency which may arise, the men
Nth ~, m ay r illy first to the defense of, the flag
will )rot he neglected id the after legislation
ci the country. I, therefore, return the draft,
.t) the Treasury. Very respectfully, 1
C. D. 111:13BABD.
A Gas: Vt . DAY IN ERIE.—It is offic'ally an
:latticed that President Johnson and his Cab-
L:tet Till pass through our city on the after
slic of Monday, September 3d, on their way
' crolca;o. where they will partici:iate in the.
vrernocy of laying the corner stone for a
rr.c , curantt to the memory of S.epi.eu" A.
b.:L:l7!as The train containing them i 3 ez
•re: ed to tears Buffalo about non, stopping.
Lsre perhaps half nn hour, and reaching
.escinntl in the evening. t The flay is the
ne txoJ upon for Mr. Clymer's visit to
kris, and the additional interest of baring the
' 2 7 , silent and his Cabinet here at the samo
probably draw out
' , •:nsan•l•3. .1 committee will visit Buffalo
sill endeavor to induce the President to make
'des:;ll at this city. Let there he an irn -
L*.m , s odtpouripg of the masses, to greet th e
mineut intrins whc7areto be in Erie on the
•;I•nr September. •
C3 NGIII:43IPNAL CINYiRENC, —The 11rock
vile, Herald suggests Tuesday, tic 4th of
` . tetember, for the meeting of the Con
rte.,..ional conferees, instead of Monday, the
• pmpo=ed by 11!. It objects to the let
`er day—an objection previously presented
c-itmrfiell—that the delegates from
remote counties would be obliged
t, travel en Sanday in order to reach
I :nlitytty in due season. We have no dispo
`ni,o to inconvenience any of our friends,
an I in order that all things may be satistae
t°,7. we move that Tuesday, the 4M k of Sep
,l,.,er, be agreed upon as the time of meeting.
Wltit ray our Democratic exchanges in the
other counties ? Let us tinve-the matter set
t sp at once, so that there may be no mitt
The usually lively community of Corry IS pet
CM! in s more than ordinary slate of excite
tat over the postmastership of the Ici•y.z—
Tne present postmaster. James Foreman, is a
Ilehetive and offensive Radical, a worithipper
(f Joke lirown, and a right busier of Senator
Cowry's. 1:1S place is applied for by two sol.
th ers,sapporters of Prosident,and although
James dislikes Mr. Johnson very much, he
dcesai dislike his "bread and butter"—so he.
Is making a desperate effortie retain the pa7i
COURT PROCEILDINGiI t —The August term of
t.e Criminsl Court met on Monday, Judge
'Johnson; presiding. -The foliating is a list
of:7llhe oases triad : . .
` , Alin and Robert Flanold. Lareery. Sot
' Jacob Etter. Assault. Not guilty. Prosecu
triz to pay the cost..
C. Buckner and J. Wolf. Assault and bat
tery. $25 and costs.
John Itstb. A.sault and battery with intent
to commit&ape. Guilty. $lO and a year is
W. H. JOT es and Frank Connor. Com
pounding a felony. Case continued and bailed
in bonds of $5,000.
John Goodwin. Assault artd battery. Not
Henry Hall. Burglary and larceny. Fined
$lOO. and to serve siz years in the Peniten
James Minniz. Stealing a watch. $lO and
ono year in •be Penitentiary.
A n drew Heitler. Assault old batteiy. $25
and costs •`
Caarle- S Peck. Assau't end battery. Not
Tne Gazette fei's tb discover "any marked
superiority which Mr Scofield possesses over
any of the Erie nounty candidates for flan
gress." Considering the quality of material
of which the "Erie county candidates" aro
composed, we are led to believe that Mr. Sco
field and his friends *ill not regard ibis an
very flattering. They will probably console
themselves, though, with the reflection that
the source from which it prcceels ie one
that is not very well fitted by eithCr natural
or acquired altainmrn's to give a judgment
mil questions of ability. The Gazette accuses
SCofield with a lack of zeal in assisting to put
down the,rebellion. When we remember how
it was encustomed to eulogize his .patriotism
in the past, a charge seems somewhat
incotelitent, btit is consistency is the het
thing any one eipects from the, Gazette, i
will produce no enrpriie. The following re
marks which it makes on this point are
worth preserving for future use:
"We believe that either of the three gentle
men from this county is possessed of equal
ability with him, and would do equal service,
and that their recoids during the rebellion
entitle them to
,superior confidence and re
spect at the hands '
or every Union map.
Neither of the Erie cellular candidates em
braced the fifith of are Republiena party
within a week after having been refused office
by the Democracy, and neither of them have
continuously held office, as if it belonged to
then' as a personal '.perogative During the
war when our brave bop were manfully re •
spending to the appeal of the gayernment,
when eons, and husbands, and brothers were
called upon to face hardships, disease, and
death, what, words of encouragement and
good cheer were heard from our then Repre
sentative in the tational Congress. It was a
matter of remark then, and of deep regret
that be who ehould / have been foremost in ex
hortation• to patriotic duty, woo so seldom
seen or beard in Erie county."
Every one of the charges here made against
Scofield are true; and have already; been pub.
Eshed in the Observer. They were then de
nied by the Gazette, because its interests re
quired their denial, but Jew that Scofield
stands in the way of its managers' schemes,
that raper reiterates theln with ae,bold a face
as if it had asserted their from the beginning.
The public can, see from this how much re
liance to put upon its statements.
The-following citizens of Crawford county,
well known Ileiptblicans, participated in the
Johnson meeting held in Meadville, a week or
two In Maier, Wm. Reynolds, John B.
Hays, Dr/John L. , Ray, W. R. Bole, R. If.
Finley, J. D. Gill, Elisha Wightipan, Janes
E. McFarland, Fred. K. Stine, Iliram Betts,
Capt. John M. Clark, T. P. Breakiron, J. A.
Curtis, Clinton Cnllcm, and M. If. Wafer.
This is quite a formidable list, to say the
least, and indicates th'at the cause of Con
servatism in making gratifying progress in
our neighboring .county. The following are
some of the resllutions adopted
WIIEBEAS, We believe that Andref&John
son is noneetly seeking to carry cut the poli
cy of our late Chief Magistrate, therefore,
' ' Resolved, That we haveifull faith and confi
dence in the ability, integrity and patriotism .
of President Johnson; that:we recognize in
him the fearless champien ,and defender of
the peo..le, and pledge th his administration
our cordial support in lams* and states
manlike efforts - to eavo;.ll%ceiuntry from the'
dangers f a centralized 'despotism.
Resolved, That this Lincoln-Johnson policy
of reconstruction, haying been espoused by
the great Union party at the 'Baltimore con
vention of 1864, and ratified by the people-at
the polls tit the last Presidential election, we
hold that the honor of the nation is pledged
to its faithful execution and performance.
Ileso'red, That we sterdfastly,adhere to the
ancient right of the States to defino the qual
ifications of their own' voters; and that' the
attempts of the firtaticet leaders to force upon
the country the doctrine of indiscriminate
negro suffrage, are manifestly subversive of
the Constitution, and totally at variance with
the ephit and genius of our institutions.
By this time all our citizens understand the
nature and extent of the great Garman fes
tival to bo held here next week ; and if they
fail to make the occasion one that will add
credit to the city the fault will not at least
rest with the prese. We can add nothing to
the suggestions already made, but we again I
urge that no efforts be spared on the part of
American as well as foreign born residents,
thdt will make a pleasing impression upon the
multitude of strangers expected. In all the
surrdundiog towns the people are preparing
to visit Erie in en4>?sr4ous numbers, while
many will come from aigreat distance. We
risk nothing in.:Predicling that during the
three days of the festival that not less than
fifteen thousand people be- attracted to
oar city, and the advantages to be gained in
the matter—not to speak of our duty--by treat
ing them'in a whole- souled.spiritof heepital
ity is so pleat that no person can hesitate as
to the proper course to be wormed. The fol
lowing notice from Mayor Scott is deserving of
Eats, Pa., Aug. 13, 1866.
To the Cur:tens of Erie :
At the request of the committee having in
charge the Ssengerfest, to take place in this
city on the 20th inst., I would respectfully
ask your co-cperatiOn and aid, to make the
festival what I am confident we all wish it to
be, a success. The decoration of oar houses
j on the main streets and public square would
I add greatly to the occasion. In Louisville
and other citie.s this has been the practice
W. L. SCOTT, Mayor.
The maaagirs of the Agricultural Society
bare decitleil l tipon holding the county fair on
the groundelin Mill Creek to-waship, upon the
4th and 6thllys' of 6ctober. We doubt not
that by projier.sffort they can make it a great
success. Ifithey refrain from the political
discriminatiens which hare been shown in
previous yOrti, and evince a disposition to
deal justly by all persons interested, we shall
take pleasure in doing our best to make the
Blank Noto Books on band at tbis office
Ales. McConnell was hanged in Cleve
land, at 12a o'clock, on. Friday last, for the
murder of Ross Calvin.
—The Corry Democrat denim in emphatic
terms, that the proprietor of the Telegraph
has any share in the ownership, of that estab
It may interest a number of curious people
to know that Senstor Lowry has withdrawn
his suit for libel against the editor of the
The members of the Bapti t denominatiOn
have organised a temierance aesocintion
which already nnithers over one hundred and
twenty =inhere. Persons of all classes 'are
ir.vited to join.
Attention is called to the advertitement of
;Todd 'Perky, Esq., claim 'tient. Mr. P.
ha's had long experience in the departments
at Walthington, and is, rerhaps; better nested
in the duties of a claim agent than any other
young man in the city.
The Democrats of Columbus borough end
township, Warren. county, hare organized -a
cstupaign club with the following officers:
Presidents, E. Pierce and P. B. Kingsley ;
Vice President, A. Fry; Secretary, George
Muir; Cor. Bee., 31. 11. Gorman.
The Odd Fellows' pic nia at the bead; on
Friday, was very largel4 attended, and is rep
resented to have been more than usually
pleasant. All who were there agree say
ing they ever attended a pic-nio which was
better cadducted, or passed eff more agree
The Warren Mail gives a list of the Repub
lican 'Congressional conferees in the other
counties of the District, and claims that all
except those of Elk arc committed to Scofield.
Vic Elk conferees, we are informed by a
prOpnent Erie county Republican, have also
given in their adhesion to Scofield since
&tither's, withdrawal. Should our county re
fuse to endorse Scofield, which we do not be
lieve probable, ho will have 21 delegates com
mitted to him to 5 against him.
"The newspapers are boasting of a clergy—
mtin in Connecticut who has refused the offer
of a high qalary 'elsewhere, because hetthhaks
ho is getting enough where be is. It him rare
thine, to be sure, ..tan not new. Sueb Meru
men are scarce."—Dispatch.
Such c'ergymen" are not so "retiree" as
our cotemporary seems to think. We hare
ono in Erie, who not long ago refused a simi
lar offer. '
"But to assist in gagging Erie county snd
belittling the chime of her lee - ding Unicn
men (Republicans). is a work.with which we
have no sympathy."—Gazette.
The men of whom, the Gazette speaks aro
Messrs. DeCamp, Benson and Cutler. Ac
cording to the party organ these are the lead
ing Republicans of Erie county. The public
may make-their own comment,.
d.tVe regret that certain persons in this
city, some of whom are offioe-holders under
President Johnson's administration, indulge
in disparaging remarks relative to the gentle
men who are candidates in Erie county for
the Congressional nomination.—Gazette.
Naughty fellows they aro, to be sure. Just
to think of their-assurance fu making dispar
aging remarks about the virtuous and refined
DeCamp, and the pious and eloquent Den
..The conceit of those Erie (Republican)
politicians is wonderful. We have been shown
a letter from one of them to a gentleman In
Springfield asking him to compare his abili
ties, merits attß qualification with those of his
cornpetitop for: the sortie office. In another
letter to a citizen of this borough, he talks of
the beat of the candidates named, and very
plainly intimates who that beet one is.—Gi
Who is he, friend Phelps? A man with
such modesty should not have his light hid
under a. bushel.
A pleasant excursion party, consisting of
members of the city government, a portion of
the editorial fraternity, and leading business
men, took ph/sampan the steam tug Home. on
'Saturday afternoon. All in attendance were
highly delighted,with the trip. The Home is
a nebte vessel of its kind, and Captain Burke
seems just the right man in the, right place.
The excursion was got up under Major Scott's
auspices, and we 'need hardly add that he
spared no pains to render it delightful.
Erie seenA to be destined to hare more than
its share of fi - es during the present summer.
A ferr ye , s.ago we scarcely had a fire in Ei
monihs ; I now hardly a week paires without
one. On Saturday last, about noon, the barns
of Apes .Brothers and Henry Csdwell, be
tween 9th and 10th streets, were burned,
causing a lies on each of from $5OO to $BOO.
Locally, they were some distance apart from
any other buildings, and by the exertions of
the firemen. the flames were prevented from
J. 11. Lenhart hasTbeen removed from the
office of United States Assessor of the 20th
district headquarters in Meadville—and
Major John B. Rays, a Johnson Republican,
appointed in his stead. The Crawford Demo
crrit• says : "in 1861 Mr. Lenhart was the
Democratic candidate for County Treasurer.
He was beaten, of course, with the rest of the
ticket, notwithstanding all that his relations,
who were on the other side of politics, could
do for him. From the time of his defeat, we
heard no more of his Democracy. In 1862 he
was appointed Assessor on the ground of loy
alty to the administration of A. Lincoln, and
has now been removed on the ground of dis
loyalty to the administration of A. Johnson."
The removal of Lenhart has given other Fed
eral office holderi in the district •a .ticklish
We have reliable authority for the state
ment that shortly ober the Philadelphia con
'CONDO, a general sweep t f the disloyal Fed
eral office holders will be made in this section.
All who fail heartily and publicly to eland by
the Administration will be remorselessly guil
lotined., In selecting their successors the
first choice will be made from Conservative
Republicans, but where men of that stamp
cannot be obtained of the proper character
and qualifications, Democrats will be appoint
ed. We hear the name of Major Swan,.of
Fairview township, suggested in connection
with the•lnternal Revenue Collectorship, and
of Captain E. C. Wilson and nett. S. Bunter,
Esq., with .that •of the Postoffice. The gen
tlemen wte have hitherto relied upon Soo
field's influence at Warbingten to retain their
positions, need expect no further help from
that quarter, as our wily congressman has
entirely lost hie, prestige with the appointing
We perceive by the proceedings of Con
gress that shortly after nil passage of.the bill
increasing the pay of members, 31r. Scofield
arose and stated that had he been in his seat
he should have voted against the measure,
The question naturally arises why Mr. Sco
field happened to be absent just at the par
ticular time when that bill was on its passage.
What important mission prevented him from
being present, and helping to defeat one of
the boldest swindles perpetrated for many
years? Was it in order to take a drink with
some Radical friend, or to avoid the respon
sibility of being placed upon record ? Come,
now, Mr, Oily Gammon, let us have the facts
in the case. i Did you, or didn't you, dodge
the vote intentionally ? Did you, or didn't
s haver its passage, while pub—
licly you pretended to oppose it? And at
the same time you answer these questions,
pprhaps you will deign to tell us whether
you pocketed any of the extra pay or not?
Also, how mach mileage you drew ,for the
last session of Congress? The public are
anxious to know, and expect you to respond
, without equivocation.
•In our report of the Soldier's Convention,
we neglected, to abide to the speeeh of
Captain C. B Sleeper, of 'Corry, delivered oti
the occasion of the serensda , to Mr. Clymer,
at the close of the regular prccetdinge. Af
ter Mr. Clymer and Mr. Wallace had cotiefud
ed loud 03118 were made ior the Captain, who
appeared in response to them in front of the
Buehler Rouse. 41e encluraged the eoldiers
who hod fought - duriog ;the war 'to preserve.
the Union, to still stand ; by it, and fight it
out on that line, if it took "all eummer."—;
The soldiers of 1861, he Said, went into i the
service under a contract With the 'President,
that the Union must 'se preserved and the in
tegrity of the Constitution. That the cot
track was disregarded 4; the President and
by the last Congress, tindithat all the soldiers
who voted for General Geary voted to keep
eleven States out of the Union that they
fought t bring into bitrmoniour. relations
with the Federal governMent. Captain SleePl
woe remarks, we are informed, were received
with quit enthusilsm
Ave had occasion on Monday last to ray a
short business visit to Girard. It was the
first time we have ever been there in the sum
mer, and our previously exalted ideas cf the_
beauty and taste of the place were consider
ably enlarged. Girard bas long enjoyed the
reputation of being the bandsomest village in
Pennsylvania, and in cur opinion it is folly_
entitled sit. In no neighborhood of the
same size that we know Of are there 8.3 many
snug residences, such fine groves, or delight
ful drives. It is a perfect little paradise, and
people who c nnot be happy in Girard can
not be happy anywhere'. We met quite a
number of the staunch 'Union men of the
town,all of whom reported good prospects for
the cause, and aro confident of SIICCEPP: To
our kind friends, Capt.!. Hutchinson, 'Me.,
Phelps, of the Spectator, and S. Belnapi
Esq., wo are indebted forl, special favers. l
The Democratic electors.of Wayne town=
skip held a meeting at' school house No. 2, on
the dth inst. , and organized a campaign club,
with the following office:4 r
R. J. 04bora, President,
S. Steadman, Vice President,
Clam E. Hatch, Secretary,
Robert Abbey, Corresponding Secretary.
Wm. Brightman, Jr., Treasurer.
Finance Committee—Horace Johnson, D.
AV. Howard, Wm. H, Moore.,
Vigilance Committee-Chas. Williams, 0.
W. Howard. Fred lAtesseriger, R Steward, 0.
Abbey, D. Hutton, A. Perkins, N. Heath, R.
:teeth. . ,
Our friends in Vivre have always' been
wide awake to their duty and they are re•
solved not to be excelled: in their efforts for
tile cause_ this year by any portion of the
The fright of the Gast tte over' the perilous
condition of its rotten old disunion party
haishown itself of late to a marked degree.
In fast week's issue it th'us sounds the alarm
to its followers :
"We do not seek to disguise the tat that
the Democracy, encouraged by the perfidy of
the President, will leave no means untried to
achieve success.• But they cannot succeed if
the Union party presents its beet men as can
.dtdates. We must have the strongest ticket
*carob:o." . ; p
When a party organ ,which boasts of its
three thousand Republican majority hereto
fore in Erio county, thud loArays Its fears of
defeat, who can doubt tlia't the prospects of
Union success are looking glorious t , Won't
somebody present the editor of the Gazette
with a bottle of soothing syrup
The Republican conferees of the Crawford
and Venango district continue their sessions
at Meadville, with no apparent nearer ap•
proach to a result than heretofore. Up to
Thursday of last week GOO ballots had been
taken, and the number bit this time hart prob
ably reached a thousand.: A new candidate
will undoubtedly be selected in the and; tut
With the heart-burnings that have been occa
sioned by the heated canvass of the last few
months, he will be compelled to enter the
fight nutter exceedingly iidverais oircumstan 7
ces. A gentleman from Meadville said to rut
on Monday, that, among men of both parties,
Gen. McCalmott'a election was looked upon as
a fixed fact.
The Crawford Democrat says: "If President
Johnson has a single active and sinner° friend
among all the Federal Office holders in this
(the Crawford) district, we do not know who
he is." Ditto in Erie county. From the
highest incumbent down to the Pettiest post
master, they are all enemies of the govern
ment that gives them their ..bread and but
ter." • Alost of them are working with all
their energy to elect Gary, an avowed and
odious opponent °M,6 administration. How
men can consent to hold!office under a Prest
dent they profess to despise, is a mystery to
us ;Ault the Federal office h^Tdets in. this
county seem to have no difficulty in reconcil
ing it with their conscieitce•
The Congressional conferees from 'several
counties in the eastern section of the District
do not propose to seriously dispute the choice
which Erie county may make. We have poei
tire inforrOstion on this point. When Erie
county with her over three thousand Union
majority, comes into the; conferee convention
with one of her own citizens as a nominee,
her choice will be, as it should be, ratified
by the whole District.—[Gazette.
Well, we-shall tee what we shall see. We
make the prediction, in advance, that Scofield
I will be re-nominated, that the Gana will be
compelled to chew its own words of opposi
tion to him, and that it Bill as usual slander
and belie all who oppose! him.
How do‘ you figu that 19,400 white men
in South Carolima a're entitled to three times
as many members of Congress as 25,100 white
men en this District, unless on the basis of
negrO representation r 'Answer in figures.—
How do you figure that 3,500,000 persons,
white and black, in Nail England should be
entitled to twelve, representatives in the Uni
ted States Senate, While!the *same number of
persons in New York have only twos In en.
deavoring to find the reason for one kind of
inequality, perhaps, if ion read the history
of the Constitution, you!will learn the reason
for the other.
We feel it incumbent upon Erie county
journals to stand up for the acknowledged
claims of our county and of the.-citizens of
our county who have been presented for the
favorable consideration of our peOple and of
the people of the districtat large.—[gazette.
The Gazette did not have so high a regard
for the interests cf the county in 1862,
when - it supported p. W. Scofield for
Congress, against one of the Moat enterpris
ing, useful and valnabli citizens wo possess.
We shall see, too, how Much consideration it
has for them, in case; Scofield is renomi
nated, and the Democirais take up an Erie
county man as his competitor.
The Dispatch and Gatetto both print ex
aggerated en exciting accounts of an alleged
attempt to assassinate ;Governor Curtin and
General Geary, near Tart, last week. We
shall ! publish In our next, issue the sworn
statements of several respectable* eye-witnes
ses of the occurrence, from which it appears
that the friends of Curtin and Geary origina
ted the disturbance alluded to, and,are entire.
lir responsible for it.
A match game of billiards was recently
played at Emporium, Cameron county, Pa.;
the proceeds of which ,-itere devoted to the
Sabbath schools. Whir-next ?
The delegates to the Soldiers' Convention
from this distriotheld a meeting and endorsed
Col. Dan. Rice for Congress. .
ger Clark .k Broker, Who!coals and Re
tail Dealers iri Confectionery, Oysters, Canned
Fruit, Stationery, Yalkee Notions, Bakers'
Goode, Toye, Cigare, Tobacco, Pipet! ' &0.,
West Side of Peaoh Street , Spiare South
of the Dillon Depot, Erie, Pa. Also. Dealers
in all kinds of Country Produce. Particular
attention paid to filling country orders.
Aug. 14, 1866.
Mr. Editor :—I am much pleased with the
suggestion of your correspondent. in favor of
my friend Captain Hutchinson for Congress.
As you well raid a couple of weeks ago ••there
are few better hearted men, cr. truer Demo
'Eats than the Captain " He has a'waye teen
ono of cur meat faithful party adherents. Rod
I know of none who have done more hard
work in the cause. Although staunch:in Ma
principle•, and ready to declare and , defend
them on all occasions, he has se• retained the
warm friendship of many Henn/Means, who
know him Lobe an honest,itraightferward and
reliable man. In the wratern end of the
county Le would set n,higger vote than zni
Democrat in the Dirtript, unless it might he
-Mr. Galbraith. I sincerely believe him to to
the strongest candidate thus far named. •
BEADLE . B 3193T1fix t —Tbe 4t gust number
of tbis,bandsorce and well conducted Maga
zine contains a finely illustrated 'article on
Nevad , . and Califoicia which is very inter
esting and valuable. Tho exciting story of
The Dead letter is continued also with illus.
trationa. There is also quite a variety of
well-written articles, making the number one
of great interest, and giving to the magazine a
high charecterfor merit. ,
VOTERS 111631131 DER !—That ()Tenni. lr..Soo
field, our loyal " member of Congress, voted
himself Jour thousand dollars extra pay, for
twelve, months labor—thus drawing from the
Treasury over ten thousand dollars—while be
refused to rllow tte three years' soldiers who
bad received no bounty; ono hundred dollars.
_This ii "loyalty" illustrated in a practical
way.- ,Soltliers ! what do yon think et your
professed friends f—releartield Republican.
On Juiy 24:h, at: the residence of tile bride's
father,,by gm S. EL Morro, Mr. Tobias B.
Fickinger, of Kingsville, Ohio, to 'Mi4e Alice
A; Boy, of Springfield,Ps.
On lt4 24th, at the residence of Rev.
JohnTreeser, Mr. G. W. More to Miss L. A.
Wolverton. both otSpringfie'd, Pa.
At 'Martin i s Hotel, (nrard, on the 29th of
July, by Henry Ball, Eeq., Mr, E. P. Wend-.
werth. of Conneaut, Pa., to Miss S. C. Clark;
of Monroe, OhicZ.
On the let.lest.. st tho re+idenee of the
bride's father, in Amity, by Rev. B. F. HitCh
cock, of Connenutville, Mr. E. S. Culver, of
Concord, to Miss Nettie Persoes.
In"Conneaut township, on the 20th!of July,
by G. T. Bostwick, Esq., Mr. Win. Coley, of
Conneaut, and 'Mrs. Diantha Wright, of Al
bion, Erie county, Pa.
At the residence of the bride's sister, in
Quincy, Mich., July 22J, 1866, by N.
M. Steel, Mr. Frank Dzwey to Miss Mary
Tripp, both cf North East, Pa. -
In Union• Mills, July 31st, 1866, Jennie.
daughter of M. 8. and *Catherine 'fa;yes,' Aged
I year, 6 months, And 27 day.. '
On Friday evening. July 27.6, - Jea;se Walla,
Aged 86 years. . '
July 30th, 1866, of inflammation of the
lungi. John Williams. youngest eon of Moses
and Rebecca Bowen, aged 2 years, 8 months
and 16 days.
At Ilarbororeek, Erie county, Pa ,i/uly 22d,
1866, Irene, Wife' el Milton Chem4rs, aged
On Monday evening, Aug Bth, of consump
tion. B. Eliza Wells, aged 22 years, 0 months,
and 20 days. , •
On Saturday, July 21st, at the residence of
her eon-in-law, 'in Orsene township. Mrs.
Thirza Randall, aged aryears, a mot , and
Keep your.feet dry, wear good shoes, keep
them well stuffed with ,oil, awl wog mended,
and then if you ere unrortanato enough to get
a cough dr cold, use Coe's Cough Balsam to
cure it. It will do it every time. It is also
important that our readers shouldlall know
that, Coe'e Dyspepsia Cure is rsliabllq and cure
to cure the worst cases of Dyspepsia; A tea
spoonful a day of it will enable the most con
firmed dyspeptic to eat anything th chooses
without trouble. It is an excellent remedy
for ary disease of the stomach or boirds.
Tna APPLTVITP...-it is a very difliCult mat
ter with the majority of persons to; restrain
their appetites ; hence we \see an abundance
of dyspepsia, liver complainta and disorders
of the stomach and digestive organ''. Hoof
land's German Bitters wilt entirely cure these
osmplaints, and restore the system to its orig
inal vigor and ktreogth. Fur eale by 411 drug..
gists. They are not. used as a beveiage.
ITUMEOLDT AND HOOTLAND.—Whicih is the
greatest? While the one has explored the
almost inaccessible mountain regions et South
America, and added largely to our geographi..
cal knowledge, the oth-r has 'given his often.
tion to the mitigation of human suffering, and
in his invention of the famous German Bitters
has conferred an invaluable boon upon man
kind. Desi)epsia, ; liver comrlisint, and ner
vous debility are speedily and permanently
cused by this remedy.
• For s l le by druggists
everywhere. They are not alcoholic.
Nothing is more to be desifed than a good
appetite and to have the, fej digest Well, the
stomach and bowels in pftlect order, which
renders good health certain and enduring.
When the appetite fails:the stomach ke sour
and foul, the bowels in an abnormal condition,
take Coe's Dyspepsia Cure qt once. It is a
most excellent medicine, gives great satisfac
tion, and is sure in its results wherever taken
according to directions. We bid our Mende
try if with confidence..
PICTURK9.—Persona wishing to procure por.
tracts of themselves or members of their fam—
ilies, should call at the gallery of Mr. Ohlwiler,
in Roiensweig's black. Ilis specimens of
work nonvicce us that he is an artist who has
few superiors. The throng of visitors to his
rooms; are an — . indication that his, merits are
daily heaoming better known and appreciated
by thei public
A NEW TIIING.
LEE'S PATENT FARM GATE!
Th*Chaspeat,,ti'mplest and Best arrangement. for the
purpose ever invented. It loads nt: Wheels. Bolts, or
Hinges. and works easier than any other Gate that can
Specimene can 1e ■een at Jahn Dodge;a and G. F.
Elliott* On the Buffalo road, in Rarbno Creek town.
ship; also, at cereal ;titres is Rill Creek taw:whip.
The'nudersigasd his been anonlate I agent for Harbor
Creek township, and will be glad to give any lofarma.
lion that rosy no wanted.
Jfn the Kuhl rned,' one elite eau% of Ilartar Creek
:line. Auld tt
IMPORTANT Tit VITILDRUS
Tbs Laraest and Bid stock of
PAINT'S, OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS
And DRIP fltS is Erie may be foaad at
HALL k WARFRUS DRUG STORE,
St4Tll ST., Norra or Smsra
Haring bad long eaPerienee in the trade we ere enabled
to supply parties with* superior quell , : of goods at
the lowest primes.
Our stock imbrues a generel variety of everything that
, Painter. need. and theme who glee us their patronage
cas rely on not being disappointed.
em Orders for Tarnishing buildings eri.i be •etlsfae.
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
M. F. WORDEN & CO.,
would rupednalr aoanamore that the. have opened
NO. 42S TWICE ST., DIST NUN 4TH AND STU,
Pot Us purchase and We of
ALL RINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE
RIMER, POULTRY, RILL ati.
Cr Oldest from thread will ratelre preapt attan
Mon at tlu Lowest Market Prima:
gar The hlibut ;alas la Calk paid Or PrOdaak.
LAWSONN 1102 Ain IUnNAILIn g
'NZ AN/T/1111ms AN
W. W, PIERCE & CO., ERIE,
CORNInt ETATS ♦ID NW= BM,
SOLE • A GE ET S:
We recommend Innsooll Furnace so being al .gather
superior to any other art :le of the kind. It • easier
managed, more powerful led Iris ileble to ',it out of
order then any ether hot 14 Infuses wade. Aid as it
will prodnee more hest with the came sor.unt of feel,
•it liaise, the moat eeonoettral. All of these points ma
are ready to establish by setlifactory proof. 11
ERIS, Pa, Jute 241.111 1864
Messrs. W. W. Pierce & Co
Sirs—Raving wed dtulog last winter, the Xl6 J A.
Lawson Furnace which you put into my bowel/at au
tumn I 103 folly prepared to offer my testimony re.
spotting RA efficiency, and will add that I tate Pleasure
in rerommeadi g the same t, ens one deairirg &good
beating apyarstus. The air that we receive Boni it la
rue and not ever hutted, but coming into the rooms
as it due in large ow otitiei, googlies the ',required
amount of hest, thee obviating that dryneu
lautalfl experienced from furnace heat The slinp Laity
of its construction and the euy mode of governing the
consumption of coal,' make it the .most complete sod
economical heating app. ratan I have ever seert4 1. hall
take pleasnre in recommending it to my irleods.l
X. B LOWRY.
Eau; Pa ,Tehtnary
Mum. W W. Pierre & Co.: I•
The J. A. Leeson Improved Hot Air Furnace, which
you pat In my house in Erie last fall. has b.:so In use
now Death f :or months awl gives entire satlfactiOn.
BY • Proper Kai attment of tbs,Orait damper• aid ocea
elooaliJ the fire pct from star aux cinders, we
Can hare a greater or lees degree Of beet and a greater
or less cowemp'ion. of • coat. exrctly suit:d to the
ebe•ges of the weather The air warmed by this Fur
nace is all that I can desire, being free from alilnoxiots
eases-or rnoke. I shall take p'esaarein re:wog:pending
It to my 'erode. Respectfulty yours;
Pa., Varlll ;,11 1966.
. W. W: Pierce A: Co :
Gentl ,- -T' - "
tlentlem , w—The Lawvowraf bane that yin pit In the
banetrent of the Piet Church to thlenlty, bee
been In nee almost every day and evenfouddrine the
protracted meeting of fourteen weeks. and Ifee given
entire eatafactlon and we wnoll cheerfully renommend
It to any one desiring a good heating Furanee ,
W. J. Y. LIDDELL. for Board of Sri:lees
Also, of a long 'lit of well known citizens arho are
using LWOW. Furnace, we refer to lbe foliogring gea
Beaten: Iles MI. Childs, Bc3d and Chapin, Ninth
closers of Erie county: Robert Gear . 'Erg , Ninth Pt,
Captait J S Richard.; Tristeas of let Baptist Ciureh,
and the Comminioners of Rouse Estate, Warren noun.
ty, Pa. '
We regard the Lawirm Furnace as not onlyilthl best
tn ore. but &cradling 'very nearly fo perfection as a
heating amnia. None need delay adoring a hot
air France In the expectstlon that any deeldeltra
provemeaa are yet to be made to this line d article.
An examination of tho'Lawaon Furnace is all:e ask to
decide thin question.
It is designed to heat every bed of build( ic and is
made %t different sires of eaparirei far a medium sized
dwelling or the urgen t or other public lcuilding.
Seven different sires are ocw mode.
ne Linear, Furnace giros universal aatisfadlon and
Is rapidly supereedlng all nt er varieties. Brides the
remarkable ewe with which It can be cossate r d one of
Its chief points of auperrority is in the parity of the air
proceedine from the Fraser It Is is constructed that
so snot, eras or cinders ran pcseibly escape ';lnto
air procures, and all implesesnt motors are also pre.
'acted. It ran be toed equally well with bud or sof:
coal, and man-god ageseilv MI any ordinary skive.
We invite immparison with all o' her Yarns:el.
Pat op sod set In good working order In all eases. We
have the sole agesor for this is Ono of the 'countew.
All leonine,/ and orders adireased to U I will iecelve
prompt ttentioe. One of the 'Panacea is In operation
st oar establishment. enrner of State and Ninth!treeta,
to which we barite attention.' We guarantee the Law
son Rot Air Panama al' that It is claimed t )1:1.
W. W. PIERCE & CO', iv
Whole+ale`and eealera in Stover, Cooking Ran•
gen, Formate+, Tinware, Agrleulturai Implement+, and
fIIA.OLUTIONN—NotIee is hers by given: ll that the
Partnership hesetoryie extorting between A. 11
Caughey, J. o:McCreary and R. F. Goggins under the
firm name of Cso'ghey, McCreary & Co., .0 disrolyand
on the ll'th of July last, by mutual content of the part
oers\—Mr. Gaggin lumina disposed of hie Interest in the
!guineas to. W. 11. Natle. Esq., of Buffalo. All debts
owlog to the said partnenibip, are to by received by the
now firm of C.nehey, McCreary &Co and all 'demands
en the said pattuership are to be presented to thorn for
Penmen knowing themseiree indebted to the late firm
are netputruPy requested to call and mate iMmeditie
settlement of their accounts.
AD3IINISTRATOR 4 S -NOTIVIC.
Letters of administration on the estate of Nathan
Rathbun. deeessed, late of Amity towns} ip:Erbe county,
Pa., having been granted to the nadorsigned,lnotice
hereby giren to.•II indebted to said estate to make im
mediate payment. and those having elaime &rebut the
came Till present them, duly 'authenticated, for settle.
ment.H. fi LADD,I
4129.60 Adin ' inistrator de bouts non:
A D3I . II4I2STUATOU.4 NdTICE.
Letters of Adminirtration on the estate of Runtee
Pithbon, deeemod.late of Amity township, Erie e+nuty,
Pa, haying been granted to the undersigned, canoes Is
hereby given to all indehted' to raid estate to
ay ma r lte Im
mediate payment, sod there baring claims age st the
same present them, duly authenticated, f•trrattle
s:tent. n. E.
EMPLOYMENT FOIE 110TH SEEEtt.
Disabled and retuned moldier's, widows and o
of main soldiers, and the unemployed of botb sex
orally. in want of reepeetabbe and profitable
ment,ineurrinr no riek - . eon proem* sneh by en
a post paid addrers?.d envelope for tartieulare t•
DR. JOHN IL DAGNALI•
ang-tf . Box 151• Brooklyn.
GE/L - ND CONcER
ON MONDAY EVReitNd. AUGUST 20T FT
Given by the Erie Liedertafel,
Audited nrer l'rre ianndred end Fifty Vixens
, ►bro►d, end T•o Full °renegue.
The Clattery In Farrar 17411, has been selected
Committee fir Re 4 Sesta. only a Oral
tiumber can be iireenred. !
TICKETS FOR RESERVED. BEATS T
Fer min at the follotrlrg placei 1
P. A. Broker '
P.lleprlcka 1 .
F. k Er.Se.lean decker.
51t, F. Schneider, 1 '
And In the Pent .Cur by Capt. Ziegler. i
rte Reserved peat; tunt. b.,. procured no..
Friday, August 17th, at lE n'o'rck a. m, the'
referred seats wlll be dbelatlaued. !
TUESDAY. 4aratr4r 214, 1
GRAND PICA-NIC AT . COCURAN'S We
By order of the Committee.
cr.4 vs. stwv.
E. E. STEP niCit Tx.
Dally - Dispateh, Gazette arid Journal plesetteop
AVD PAINT EFt3
pERLBT•A NiTIONAL CLAIM All
Office In Farrar Ball Batldiot, Erie, Pa
• All elatinauta for extra bounty allowed by late
Courtier. can bare the tune promptly collet
eroding. their discharges to ma, the receipt of
will he promptly aek4ewledged and instsucti.
$l5 Per month for total loan ef nu of sithrr
arm. Instead of SS. $ pet month for each min.,'
of deesued soldiers or e. amen. Also,otber to
ADDiTIONAL FOR VOL. OFFICER.; OF U.
Three months pay proper for all in service March 3d,
and discharged after April nth, 1848. Clalmereastied.
Claims for arrears of pay, and tensions, and bounty
promptly collected. Unequalled facilities for nosing
and completing eves. Allowance to prisoners of war
collected. Only seine! in North-Western Pennsylva
nia where years of es - pertain° in the U: 8. Treat Try can
re Thankful fot the very liberal patroesse bestowed
la the past, we hops by increased earerienee est unre
mitting attention to patrons to Rome their continued
favor. Ofilee in Farrar Hall Budding.
Address, S. TODD PBRLItT,
suit& . Lock Box 101, Sri., Ps.
rP. -P. C.
OIVERS' PATENT PERPETUAL BROOM.
Ita peculiarity and wherein it azcels all vibe Lethal
after yoqr first outlay, you have only to spei
CENTS whenever ane w broom is required. It nWs
trilling aspen's •an be av,ided by plantiog • f w hills
of corn to the garden.
Any minion can fill one In ten admit's. Vol your
Own brooM meter.
Township r.abts for sals In Frie county.
Send for circular, or call on the =tam' , near
Cherry flill.Erie Co., Pa., and see samples. I
, ma24-3m. J. 0. B IRD
DUN Ilte OW YOUTIL—A geotleinan erl
*offered for years from NIIII7OIIII Debility,/
tore Deesy, andel the effects of youthful Ind'
will for the make of suffering humanity. send . 11 ,.
who need it. the recipe and direction for .•
simple remedy by which be,waecored. flafferers
to mat by the adrerUseee emperfenee min do
dtealoit JOWL R. OGD •
decal:34i. .No. 13 Chambers Bt., C
II 11D 373T11 ITS., IMO, PA.
R. T. GAGGtN.
IN FARRAR HALL,
uns DROP MD ODPID -
DIONELL. STEPHENS WILDEY,
NO. 8 NCO 11C1123N
I.II.IIRNSR STOCK .11IST i.CRIVED:;
NOTICE THE FOLLOWING PALCES
Prints from 8 (o 121 -cts.-per yard
Good Bleached ,lfuzlin, 1 yd.-wide, at 18 Cl 4
Heavy Brown, 1 yartwille, Factory 20 Cu.
A LARGE STOCK
.OF DRESS GOODS
AT EQUALLY Lair PRICES
Our Goode are all new, base been 'elected with great
or,, and ill! be scold at very entail advance.
READER, LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!
AND GIVZ CM A CALL.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS!
MONELL, STEPHENS & WILDEY,
ma 24. U
WEIOLISMALE DaY GOODS STONE
423 STATE STREET, sal!, PA
SOUTHARD, CRAWFORD A, McCORD,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ,
MISERY, GLOVES, &C
Our steak is the, largest ever brought to the city,
soosstiag of .
BLUME) & DROWN SHRSTING3
• Complete Assortment of Dregs Goods.
Every land of ankle In the Notion line,
and, In 'host, a general aseortment of aterything
needed by Constrr Dealers.
TO RE SOLD AT NE'S YORK PRICES
Country Dealers are invited to give os • eall. We d* •
strictly wholesale trade, and propose sating at each
prima as srtil make it to the advaotags of mere:tante
is this eeetlon-tr deal in Erie, instead of sending
East for their good..
EL S. SOUTH/AD, W. A. CRARPORD, J. W. 11000 RD
msy24-tf • ,
F A. WienHit &
COUNTRY PRODUCE, GROCERIES
TtOTIBIONI, ilpColl2l, aza•R*, TOBACCO,
Crockery, Willow Wane, Fivil4, Rum,
so 814 re ars
West !ide, between Bth and Sts.,ERiE, PA
Cub pajd for Country Produce.
IT L. Wiens2.
A. SI4ILI T IATE LAW JUDGE
GUSA.RD. Mai 14th. 18 - 6.
- F. Wool:tarry. Ivq—Dear ell.: --We. .our fee ends
v-kd neigh!) , re, having confidence h • our ability and In
tegritv, desire you to became a rundldate for the office
of Additional Law Judge. An early and favorable reply
Bruhn Slater. Henry licConnrll, Theodore Itymsam,
Rodney Smith, Gen Nea, Henry Bill, 01. Rands.),
S Battles. James G Canis", Chas L Part. II llntelin
woe, T C Wheeler, Eugene Smith. Johnston Reg, John
II Galllford. James Webster J v Rockwell, H Benham,
C Y Rockwell, Joshua Evans,T SI (Indira. R B Dem,
al% t S Jima, John Hay. Jr Levi Lnerridge. J
ford. J Y Loteridge, J H Nichote, A Hargis, J N
thorn, A G Ely, C L Phelps.
Otarrummtam —Your favor of • he lath lost, rentteating
me to become a eandidate tor the odlae of Additional
Law Judge of the sixth Judicial District, is received.
with many thank' for the expression of confidence it
contain■ Such as expression from my Immtdiate ne•gh
bere—busictess men who are intimately acquainted with
my professional an' social atauding—is very arstlf• log
to me. Slimed the Union COUTOOtinI2 of Erie count•
add their •auction to your slab so kindly expressed, it
will rive me great pleasure to be a candidate for that
honorable and reepoorible positloct.
With h gh resp_et, I am Jour.. Bo
• 8. E. Woomera..
to Henry McConnell, Emotes Slater as Solbero—citiz•ns
of Glrazd borough. my3l -10 a.
T 1311fi FOR BAIA.
La u b
We wiculd respectfully all the attention of
BUILDERS k LIVE -DEALERS
NEW PERPETUAL LUSE KILN,
Situated on thi Cane,
BETWEEN FRONT AND SECOND SYS.
W•We ire now In fall operation—hate lime on
Yen and and ars prepared to furnish It from the 811 a, on
the shortest notice.
NRILER k SPOONER.
ELioT, (aooDwiri & CO.,
sir BANKE33 ! ' ea
On Peach Street, near the Depot
'ln t the
, • byod
MIN MOT, • 111 A. Swim no. I. GOoDwn,
lINDIZNTANT A. U GRAT, 11. C. MATSU.
Thlehe►ae. haying pet'ected their vi engem. Ma, are
Dow prorated to do ► Gonna Banking, inhale and
Govertaoset Gonda and bluest Not of all btu*
sad dsesenhatticas beetikt sad sold: *WA,
T INS (BEAT P , Tuarturs infirm Timm
1100FLANG'S GERMAN BITTERS
( . 10q1 lay clam whatever, Penetration
r m, cau,ed be wow* ta.M.I O P. **roeures.
fevers or of oath life. Ithldierre. e:tizene, tnni4
nrr *Nit. or y. n th , vela and in this Ritter . . pare
Tan e, not doeetiOent on bid lig Jere for their ithroot
49.1.4 p Po' Cog G,.m d'i,,t4ers ,f foe Lifer
I.lrehoix orgat , o ; ere coll.! by -
IIOOFL;~Nir GEtt3fAiv BITTERS
Tbbs hitters Las t etform-il more carob ttaat
satistsehn, bre more testimony, It morn respeeL.tla
p. °pie Vs roue!' 'or It tban any other article to the met
114 n 4. ty any °nein contrsdect this vacation, and
sql -ray V.V 0 to any one who will produce a,ter:l3-.1.
; übln..l,ett u• that 'e not gPOIllin•. 3
11()OFLAND'3 GERMAN rurr i ftli,
It ill 01:0 evert e , se or rli•on'e or narrows 4:1:11 . 117S sm.
disosa•o6 of Ito kittlAya. 01 tti • folloi440 1 STD1 11 " ,
n 38111114 (tom axon:err or :h. dtgartirp4Aritas 1
Counts•Cti• to, letwa-d Plln , Futlnese - if Blood to the ' •
Heed, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Reartburw Die
guattor Fond, Fulnras or weight In the Stomach, ' Soot
Eructations, Slaking or Fluttering at the Pit of the
Stomach, Swimming of the [lead, Hamad and difficult j
Breaching, Fluttering at the Heart, Choi lug or Staccat•
! og Sensations when in a lying posture, Dimness of Vie
loot Dots or Wets before the sight, Fever mod Dull Fain
In the Head. Deecisney of Per•plratlon. Yellowness of • •
the r kin and Eyes, Palo to the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, ••
rfc, Sudden Flushes of lies., Boning In the Flesh, Con
stant Imaginings of Evil and 4tat Depression of' Spirits.
Ritiewaue,tbai tbi (laterals not aleboolle eottalur
uo tau or wbt,key, Lad cannot make drunkaidu, but to
the but took" to the world.
From Rer. %V. D. 901'71.4 rastoi of Twellb Baptist
Gentlemen- I hare recently been laboring under the
din/wing effects or indigestion, accompanied bye pion
tration of the Derv:on system. Numereits remrilles were
recommended by friends, and some of- them tented, bit.
without relief. Ycur Boofland s Ger-ran Bitters were
tecommenit 4 by persons who bad tried them, and whose
favorable mention of these Bitten inducrd me to try
teem. I must confess that I had an aversion to Patent
Medicines from the uthotmand and one" quack "Bittern"
wboseonly aintreeeme to be to paint off sweetened and
drugged liquor upon the comet 'city in a sly way, and
the teadency of which. I feat, is to make many a C.)13•
firmed drunkard. Upon learning that , ours was really
a medicinal preparation I teak it with happy effect its
action, mama, upon the stomach, bat upon the nervous
system, was prompt and gratifying. I feel thst I have
deligreat and permanent benedt from the use of a
fewWeil. V•ry renoctfully loam.
W. D.SIIOOIIIED, No. 254 Thscliamaxon 4.
~ - -
Froitt the fie•. E. D Fenciell,iteelrtant Editor Chrlttlati
'bate derived decided boneitt from the use of Ilooliand'•
Gorman Bitter', aml I feel it my privilege to recommend
them as a cadet valuable tonic to all wbo are metering
from general debility or from diseases 'tieing from the
dersage.Ft of the liver.
ors truly, D. FeNDA
From Ref. 11, Hereto. Pastor of ths Pasalyurik : lot
• Mauch, ?Idled&
From the meal reePectob'e recommendations peen to
Dr. Hoofland'a German !otter'. I was induced to give thzia
• trial. After using several bottles, I band them to be a
good remedj for deollity, and a most excellent tont: tor
the stomach. D YEklitIGE.
From Rev. Wm..mith, formerly Pastor ol L Ybe slocan
town and hiltirine I) Raptist Cburrhee. -
Raving used in my 'sadly a number of bottles of mu
Roodandle Gerrourblitters, I have to any I regard, Mew
as an excellent medicine, specialir adapted to remove
Ilbe diseases they are recommended or. The, streuxtisen
and invig 'rate the system when debilitated, and are use
fal in disorders of the Leer, loss of appetite, I set
also renlwiliended them to several of my friends *he
- have tried them,ispd fornd them greatly bensacial in thy
nervation of,kialth. Yours truly,
"'VII. SHULL, 9,67 iintebinson St., Phtlidt -
See that the signature of ..C. M. JACKSON" la on the
wrapper of each licotle
Shored yo..r nearest drayglit not hare the article do
not be put off by any of the intoxicating preparation..
that may be (Altered In its place, bat sand to to and
If 111 forward, sec:amt." packei, by et.Preaa.
7 Principal Orllce and Manufactory, No. 031 Arcb
Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
JONEq & EVANS,
CSnacesupire to C.M. Jackson & Co., j proprietors.
For axle bi,druggreti and dealers in every town io the
United State deer6a Is .
No. a REIM HOUSE
Principe' Wareroome, No. )553 Within:tots street,
Boston, Mum , sad No. '23 West Park Rote,
2:,0,C0) IfELDDEI2/3, GOLD AND 91EXED. wAxcEr.
Eetrin4 Itiebbisp, Pbotogrsph Arnim& Gold POW,
Lockets, Sllrrr Pliaed Tea Seta Fraved En.
f nivingu, Ruttonr,Stnds,Drissat
Pins, Neck Chains, Dry,
um24-tr W. riii4voir
n v q I. r. P 8 I A ,
READ •.‘ HO SAY. 3 80
BEWARE OF COUNTEREITS
RICH. AND VALUABLE GOODS.
Es, SETS OF-JEWELRY,
tVORTII OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS
SOLD POD ONE DOLLAR EACV,
Without regard to ♦aloe. Not to tia paid for until you
know what you are to recelrs.
SPLENDID LIiT OF ARTICLES,
All to bo sold for $l.OO each
f.O Beautiful Melodeons $lOO to $250
.100 uwing machines 40 to 109
2.17) gent's gold hunting CAM watches 50 to 100
150ailver plated tea setts 46 to 136
'.OO lades', gold and , enamelled cue watehes 30 to 83
150 Gents' hunt'ng case diver watthas 25 to 75
000 Chatelaine chains a guard chains_.... 4to 25
7'oo LITa and Florentine troothes ' 2to 10
1500 Gold plated oval band bracelets- 3to 9
ULM Chased Gold bracelets sto 10
3000 California ditmond breast pins 275 to 10
3000 , lento' gold tiaßfrrnis breast pins 3to IS
vhDu Miniature lockets ..... ..... 250 to 3
n001'41(3 gold Tinge 3to 10 .--
400) Gold tootnpleks. crosses, (to 250 to 650 '
600 dos table and pocket cuter 6.10 10
600 I adles' port morinales 260 to . 6 ,
600 Fancy boxes , •• 2to 4
(00 Saver plated butter diodes Bto 15
100 -liver plated lee pitchers 15 to 25
2to Silver plated fruit, card sad cake barkers 10 to ~ 25
600 call bellsn to 5
3'.0) Gold Thimbles, pint . ", 2c 360 to S
50 - 0 Chas dg Id nogs..l sto 10
4200 - tone set and 0 gn't mg* ... -.. . ...,. ... 2 75 to . 1 50
10 000 Gold pens, silver extension holden
pencils. ..2 .. " 3 toill 50 -
4500 Photograph alums 2., . ... ..'..... 250 to 450
5000 Sil Cr placed goblits aid drinking . cup. sto 20
2000 silver plated castors..; 6 to 20
4000 Gold pane aid silver Iztension holders 6to 10
6000 Setts lad ea' jewelry. Pit and g01d....,.... 6to 17
41.4 h) Californis diamond rings,. - 3 to 10
11 , 0 Fichte (ran ad Beveridge sto 15
2000 Photograph. In oval (lames 4 to 10
il.' 01 z sil‘er plate d,tsb 4 and tea species._ sto 12
500 dos sitter plieer' Pible i.” - ke 6to 12 .
50i30 ' , rows linen table cloths 3to .5
4 ,- 0 Snmmir ahaals t ,3 to 8
150 Woolen &bawls 4- ' 41 4,t0 10
1.0 d. z linen doy lees , 250t0 - 4" --
fXi dtz ladles` and gents' often boast (s'z
pair) ^6O to 6
500 Woolen t-ble corers , ~. 260 to IS
000 Pieces mosimere (3 yds each) • 3to 6
400 - radle .• shopping bop Sto 6
100 date ivory handed Sn vas and forks.... sto 10
Together with a'great veriete of other articles, ilia
FOR SALE AT ONE DOLLAR EACH
The proprietors of this establlehment offer this lot of
goods for one dollo each, al thdugh unredeemed, goods
are venally avid , at anchor+ at the expiration of six
months. They are accidently making adyanc ono mer
chandise of an hinds, Loth to menufaeftirers and dad
emend all goods not redeemed in oinelime will inciude
the Name in the ptment sale.
TelOM OF BATS.;
Advertisements of steel( rVerqed, miming mit
article and its vane; and &replaced It waled envelopes
and ae rotscd 'One of torte +retorts containing in
advertltemvnt, to ether rill& a clip re collection of pop
nar songs and redoes. will , te &Old at our waremors•
or Imo , by matt to any addiers for Twenty ere cents or
eve for one do.lar.
Oa receipt or the ad ertieemeht yeti will see what you
are going to have, red thin tt M • your eption to pay
the ioliar and take the stiliaba or not. Pureimaera may
thus obtain a gold or silver vestal:, all war plated tea sat"
or ani article ott'our list
ron oi , ct = DUI tAR
rrNo motley reeetroddpit Nat'ocal tank =one',
and all those who ceder front the canary roux: be pu
tiettiae in *Nina , their poet ogle* xddresi, Ihe time of
the town and county In whieh they Ilea, and by what
express they whi have henry gooda mat,
Company's wairrootet for the North vest
NO. 22 WEST PARK ROW, ERIE, PA
U. P. COPP k CO , Mal:arum
A PURELY VEGETABLE TONIC.
ii4VI6I)RATING al WrRENOTERNINfii,
7s , rtiCes the system against the etil abets of anwhol•
Wlll ewe Dyspapes. . .
Win ;Inne Weakto.
Wilt ewe Ganerall es
Wilt ma Heartburn.
R M MIA Reatlache. -
Will cure Liver Complaint.
Will excite and create $ Itealtb_y appetite
Will ieeigorsta the organs of digmtion and moderahr
ly Memos the temperature of the body and the force o•
circulation, acting in diet as a general onmoborant of the
system, containing no poisonous dram, and is
7738 BEST TONIC BITTERS IN TR! WORLD.
k fair trial is earnestly solicited.
_ . .
GZO. HUBBEL I . COE, Proprietors.
Hudson, N. T
Central Moot, Mat lean Pirpreo Building 65 BUD
BON N KW YOBS..
For isle!' aft Dragents, Grocers, he.
lIINNIO tioaDLEY, Brio, Wholnuliagent;
and for Nan by Hall k Carter Carfar and WO.
Linn It Booth.