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ERIR: PA., DECEMBER' 13, 1866
COANC 6 FOR A BARGAIN.—We offer for sale
Lawyer q•larter ebeet press, at a great bar
gain. To a country printer, wanting a press
that will do-all kinds of work, this is an op
portuni►y seldom offered. .013
During the last month we have Bent out
bills amounting in the .aggregate to $2,500
against persons in arrears upon subscription.
- jhe response well be best appreciated when
we eny that of this large sans we have receiv
ed to date not more than a hundred 'dollars.
The parties; we know to be mostly good, and
their remissness is therefore the more inde
fensible., -.Now, we have only this to say, that
we have grown tired of this way of d i eing
',.: . 7basiness. It is unprolltable to us, and, What
it Rives us, much embarrasedent.
With the money we hove scattered elsout in
the pockets of delinquents, we could make
whit improvements we want in our office, Rot
put of debt, and have clear sailing for the fu
' tore We now give plain notice that we must
1,,,.e it, or unpleasant consequences will en
rue. Those to whom we • have tent Ulla, who
n o d le •ettle hy'the Erst of January next;
vitt here their. names • stnieken from our
books..and their accounts Planed in' legal
hand' for collection If they will not pay
then, mutes will be inserted in the
sickes tter wh'elt aware prenaring for the
benefit o' the public. It is needless to add
Plat thie notice dyes not r pply to the inany
Tr,oP? paying eubscribers on our books To
a t! ec , ch we return our thanks. and hope they
may continue with us for many years.
3;O.l‘lliOCS ATTEMPT TO THROW A RAlL
van TRAIN OP? THEl:facK.—The Buffalo
- eeuri.r`gives an account f a fiendish attempt
made about one o'clock on i - rriday morning
'sit h s,me murdering aconndrels, to throw
the Lake Shoee.train going to that city, off
the track, when near Tiflt'e firm, so that they.
l',the confusion and panic, attending the cal
unity, might pliinder the train and paseen
g.e.. Several lirce•ties were placed across
the track in such a manner as to throw the
whole train off the track, but, fortunately for
the passengers, the train at that time was
msain; at on unusually stow rate and only the
locomotive and baggage cry WC! thrown offend'
but damage was sustained. The plot
failing, two men, supposed to be the parties.
engaged in the diabolical plan were aeon to
run in the direction of Tuft's (arm. It is un
lortunste.that some one had not been armed,
so as t'o have broucht.the villains to by a shot.
The fiends who, far plunder, would risk the
lives of innocent and unsuspecting r wecti ger.,
should be shown no mercy.
MISS DICF.E59om'i Icvsess.,—We are ne t
much' of an admirer . of 'Miss Dickenson, the
lecturers, but its we have many Republican
readers who are, we publish for their benefit
the Mowing statement respecting her illness
from the NV;sconsin State Journal:
• "%firs Dickenaon is confined with pnenmon
in in Rockford, illl The attack was brought
on by her being obliged, on the day she left
Madison, to rid• from Caledonia to Belvidere,_
a distend of nine miles, in such a vehicle - that
she wasrionetnntly exposed to a draft of that
wolfish prsirie blast which all will remember
oa Thaaiks,iving Day. Though fsr from be
ing well on leaving here, and nll the while
growing worse, she Persisted in keeping her
next appnintmeni, and so lectured in Belvi
dere. Possibly she was, thelpore scrupulous'
alyint it , as, on Monday Previous, she bad
failed to come to time at Ripbn. But she had_
no sooner arrived in Itosk ard, en the next
afternoon, than she RIO comp fled to succumb,.
and has not since left her be .
".0n Saturday her left lung was congested;
and actually painful, nor W 49 She able to rai.e
her left arm. tier fate wail-fltished with fo
yer; and her bands felt feverish. And, to one
who recently heard her voice ringing through
our City flail, it was most pitiabls. to see her
whis;:ering., as unable to utter a: - word aloud.
Yet she seemed to think less of herself than. of
the disappointment" of these who had-come
from afar. in bad weather and ways, to hear
her. Though among strangers .he has fitind
a home, and is nursed by 'a Quaker - matron
not .unknown to her in former visite." -
CliteinKritto PAzzos.—Tho New York - Tri
Lune. is conlenting on the result of the elec
tion in li - ew ' , Rork, and the eteady gain in cer
tain parts of the State, attributes the triumph
of"the opposition to ihs liberal simulation of
• Rodical newspap
,s, It says:
`The result s dwn in Troy can he experi
.eneed in any to di or county, in any State,
Union -State a County Committees are
obliged to collect and spend large fume of
money just orevil d
ustto each important elec—
tion. This is all` ell, butnne-half the amount
• spent a year in a sauce to dis , eminote good
newspapers would - produce a better and more
permanent effect. - Every ettinesto s ß•pnblican
knows one ar More moderate Dknottrats or
doubtful voters who would be glad to learn
the truth thro igh a weekly newspaper, and
:who would not only vote right. but would
enlighten other men of, his class. As the
Winter is the warkinemact'a - reading season,
this is the time to commence the canvass for
the next a:cereal. Let each Union man see
that at least one honest. Democrat lies the
reading of th Weekly Trib&te regularly for
one year. an it wilt. tell when the votes VP
We agree with the Tribune as to the import
ance ofidissemintitiog good newspapers among
the Ireevple: It is not enough merely to eircu
latefiliel'apThrlor weeks before the election,
but'the paperhotild be in bane the whole
year around. (Our Central Committees are
too slow tdiapOetiate'the fact, that if one-
half of tbi money they giveto mass meetings
and for show and maid during the campaign,
were spent in newspapers to be regularly sent
to those udable to subscribe, they would not
fail to see4hen the votes come to be counted
the b.enefttds certain to result from the course
we have indicated. ' Let Democrats take &hint
from their foes. It is their policy to send a
it uticil paper into the hands of every family
that .vill receive. it. Will ..not Democrats be
89 literal toward; their organs, and by giving
them a wide distribution help -to build up a
better state of pastiest feeling!
We still iefeiet4hat althoughs neatest party
P‘pAr, the' AhaPsTow is ISIMPENDENT ! and
this tut is so well knora-thot the Observer
Would make itself ridiculous in an attempt to
trove to the contra7.—Diapatch.
Th IP•the Dispatch is ea "independent" - pa.
Par in some respeote 'we freely admit. Its
n iodrpendestoe" t iciefusing to be led by the
nose to suit the p'urPoses of certain politicians
it highly creditable to the spirit of its propri
uorkand-isre.are-str-wiliirg as any 'person to :
glreAt credit f r ar tits same. But in respect to
the questions a:flitch diei r de paxtiei, it is not
independeneff in,the slightest sense. Its
,to the extreme of Radical
and we knout of no paper of its creed
!'i:h dis,plsys leis .. .generosity towards politi
eat opponents, or :h zeal in seeking to ad
vance the the:oriee of, its party. Scarcely
day in which it'doss not denounce the,
Democratic organiz lion in the most vinActive
nopoter, or attempt by some slurring pare.
graph. or misstatement of its position, to
place it in '-false position before its readers.
If oar coternptirary will call itself an "inde
pendent Radical" paper we shall make no ob.
aectioo to the phrase ; but when it claims to
he "independent" in the sense in whiclithi;
terra ie commculy understood, we must insist
that it is endeavoring to sail under false colors:
t)ur lady readers will be interested in the
a dvertisement of Grover & Baker's Sewing.Ma
titir, which appears in to-day's paper. We
bare good reason for believing this Machine
to lie one of the best—if not the very best—
fee general family use that can be obtained.
The agents, Messrs. & .Zeigler, will
l ate pleteure in explaining the merits of the
Machine to any who may bo interested.
Items of Local Interest.
Win Nick & Sono offer for sale a farm of
97i. sores. in 'MeKean towochlp.
James Sill, Esq., offers for sale s large
number of. building lots and farms. See ad-
Gen. M. D. Dobbins. formerly of thiseity, is
a leading.member of the Douse of Represent
, olives of Arizona Territory.
Christmtis this year comes on Tuesday, the
25th inst. Merehants.who have holiday goods
to sell should be getting their advertisements
in the papers.
The efficient pollee arrangements at the de
pot have thoroughly rid that locality of pick
pockets, and we no longer hear of people los
ing their purses io that quarter.
A venire has been issued for twenty grind
and forty petit jurors to appear at the United
States District Court to commence in this city
on the let Monday in January.
To persons wishing to-purcbase a bat, cap
or set of fors, we can heartily recommnd the
store of R. 9.-Hunter. No. 14 Brown's Hotel.
Mr. Hunter is an. old citizen, one:of our most
reliable business men, and a gentlemln in
every respect worthy of patronage.
The Erie & Pittsburgh It. B. Co. have modes
good selection in the appointment of Mr. J. H
Griswold, of this city, es their agent at New
Castle. A prompt, active and accommodating
business man, be cannot tail of making a
valuable and, popular officer.
We do hope, that at the first favorable op
nor tunity whosever duty It is to attend to
matter will see to it that the series of mudholes
in the streets around the Parks are filled up.
The items. eindition of these leading thorough
fares for some weeks T.ast is an - •inexcusable
shame, and a di:graCe le the community.
The five new county officers who have lately
been installed in Crawford Co. are all soldiers
" One , ;! says the Journal, "without 'toeing a
limb, was permanently crippled, a second is
minus a leg, another bas an- empty sleeve,
while the outer two were severely wounded
in the body." _
Miss Anne E. Dickinson, the t.male "lec
turer," is represented to be lyine dangerously
ill at Rockford,.lll. • As soon is she has recov
ered, she is to return to ber home in Phil+•
delphia, and place herself under ekillf tl med
ical treatment. She has announced the can
celling of all her Western lecture engsgr meals,
and will hardly be likely to visit our city on
the 3d of January.
Navigation, both lake and canal. has ceased.
and the vessels and boats twelfth] up for the
w liver. The operation of drawing the water
out of the mail commenced on Monday. Per
sons engaged in the Lake and canal trade will
have. on easy time of it during the next fear
month's, —provided doing nothing can he called
The place to buy dry goods low is at
Monell, Stephen. & Wildey's store, No. 6
Re&l House. Their stock of goods cannot be
surpassed, either for variety or cheapness.
Thes'e gentlemen, daring the time they have
been here, have built up a'reputation for
terprise and honorable dealing excelled by
no other firm is the city. •
The public will consult their interest by
getting Choi. job printing done at the Observer
office. With three new presses of .the moat
improved kind, the latest styles of type, and
workmen who aft not excelled; we stand pre
pared to fill orders for any kind of work in
the most prompt and satisfactory manner.
The Mercer Press, a`ter s suipenston of a
couple weeks, hap been revived, under the
editorial charge of Messrs. W. & R L.
Garvin—gvitlemen well capable of conduct
ing it successfully. With men like the Messrs.
Garvin at the held', we feel satisfied the paper
will receive an adequate support, and be so
conducted as to reft.ct honor on the Democ
racy of the eounty.
llOn. Wm. D. Northend, of Salem, whom
-many of our routers will remember as having
aided us very largely in the campaign of 1864,
was the nominee for Congress, against Gen's
Du tier, in the Fifth District of Massachusetts.
Ifs election vas, of course, not to be expect
ed, but it would have reflected infinitely more
credit on the district if he bad been chosen.
The cold spell of the list few days has
made an extensive demand for stoves, and all
who have examined their stock admit that the
variety at Bur, Johnson S Co's cannot be ex
celled. They keep every style on band in use
hereabouts, and their assortmelt is so com
plete that none can fail to find s-stove to their
It was not the Easton Free Press Which
proposed Don Rice for Pre.ident, put the Ex
press of the same place The former Met
is quite indignant over the ties of name in
that connection, and says; " -
"We never nominated Dan Rice for soy po
sition: The only ciffic he is fit 'or, in our
opinion, is to train Jack•isses."
Rather rough on Dan, but if he doesn't get
even with the editor of the Free Press befori
long we shall be much mistaken.
The next lecture is to be delivered by B.F.
Taylor, Esq., of Chicago, the printer poet
Ho has always been a favorite of ours, and
wo hope to see him greeted witl6a full bzuse.
John 3. Glo'ugh follows Mr. Taylor, with a
series of stories illustrating "Curiosity," on
the evening•o‘the 25th We !s t y series of
stories, bee-tune no int.l'igent per Son who has
head Gougb, _ dill pretend to 'dignify the
anecdotes and dramstio representations. with
which ho amuses' and interests hie audiences,
by giving them the high sounding name of a
lecture." When he !ewes politics alone, he
is worth listening to, for all that.
Hon. C. V. Culver, the notorious bank de;
feulter, and Radie%l Congressman for the
Crawford, Venango, Mercer and Clarion dis
trict, is 110110119 to obtain his release from the
jail at Franklin, where he has been confined
for some months. On the 7th inst , he appear
ed before Judge Turnkey, on a writ of habeas
corpus, claiming his privilege as a member of
Congress to be discharged from arrest and
imprisonment. - After. able arguments by
counsel on both sides, Judge Trunkey decided
that a member of Congress is not entitled to
the Privllege when held for an indictable of
tense. Mr. Culver has bad a full realisation
by this time of
,the adige : "The way of the
transgressor is hard."
We again suggest that neither the arand
Jury, or any election board of any county,
have a particle of legal right to pronounce
1 ,-.'ny law, 4uly pegged and approved; uneonsti-
Intional. It is not their province to enquire
into thislatter: Their sole business, and sole
a to apply the laws as they stand.
Very well; now sumac; that when they find
the Constit i ution and the laws in direct con
flict, as in the case of-the disfranchisement
act, which ought the election board to give the
preference to ?' The Constitution says all citi
zens above a certain age and possessing cer
tain requirements shall vote; the net of Leg-.
jointure Pays those who failed - to report shall
not. Here is in undeniable antagonism, which
no person can reconcile. Will the Gazette
have the kindness to explain in its usual lucid
manner how ita . theory of applying ' , the laws
as they stand" is to be enforced when they
contradict one another in this style; We sus
pect that an election board would have rather
an interesting time carrying both into effect.
Messrs. Mann & Fisher. who.e advertise
ment appears in to•day's issue, haves remark
ably fine stock of goads, which ail wishing
to purchase holiday presents should call
and examine. The young gentlemen compos
log this firm base impressed us with more
them usual favor, and we take muck pleasure
is commending them to the attention of our
The two lectures of Dr. Did Lewis, in Far
rar Wall, on Tuemilayand Wednesday evenings,
were of a nature that we wish could be more
frequently heard in every community. The
first one, upon "The Social Influence of Wo•
man," Aims an interesting sketch of what la
dies could do, if they undertook, and particu
larly as relates to their influence upon the
other sex. The stconfl lecture, on "Physical
Culture," was one of the most practical and
useful discourses we have ever heard, The ;
Doctor pointed oat plain language the l .
many evil w hicb pre it in our moires of lifer
and gave practical miter for remedying them
• Re told the simple truth about the complaints
to which our peoplerare subject, and though at
times hie language may have been too direct
to snit thesqueamish, we think it was- none
the less appropriate. The Doctor makes ne
pretensions to being an orator, but ho has
each strong a mmon sense ideas that few can
listen to him withotit being interested from
the beginning to the end.. .
The first number of the daily Oil City Reg
ieter was published on Monday, making a de.
Cid edly . handsome and interespg appearance.
The edi'orial department is under the charge
of our friend W "If. Johns, Esq., wh . ose °spa°,
ity to make a lively and useful paper will not
he disputed. The daily Regisfer will be of
good service to the interests of Oil City, and
the people of that locality owe it to them
selves that it should receive a generous
support. A very strinking illustration
of the rapid prosperity of North Western
Pennsylvania is shown in the feet that six
daily papers ere now established in this sec
tion—two in each et the collative of Etiec.
Crawford and Venal:ma—where, five years
.age, not even the weeklies received much more
than a living patronage. Two of * these are
printed in towns that did not have an exist.
ence at the beginning, of the war, and two_
others in places, which at the same period
were mere villages of a few hundred in poit=
The weather has been bitterly, cold during
a portion of the week, but at the time that we
write, on Wednesday, has moderated consid
erably •On Sunday evertinr, a few incites 'of
!MOW fell, which was too much drifted by the
wind to permit of goad Welshing. A heavier
fag of snow took. place on Ttiesday evening
and Wednesday, under the most favorable cir
cumstances, the ground being firmly frozen,
and theroads mostly in a smooth stste. The
horrible condition of the latter has rendered
travelling peculiarly diffra fit during the past
few weeks, and a generti d sire is felt for the
continuation of a long sleighing season. The
drifted •now has given great trouble to the
railroads, and since Simi ty trains bait been
obliged •to run without mush regard is the
time tables. In several cuts on the Buffalo
& Erie road - the snow has been packed to the
depth of two and three feet,
The pity treasnry hay-run short. of funds,
and persons who do work for the .corporation
are obliged to take - their - pay in city warrants.
Parties who cannot afford to hold them are
compelled to sell at a discount, and the logs to
them in some cases is consideroble. The Buf
feters by this state of affairs are mostly msn
who can poorly afford to be deprived of any
portion of their juts'. dues, and we hopo some
coarse will at once be adopted by which all
employed by the city will receive , every cent
which of right belongs to them. A prosperous
community like ours should be ab?ve depriving
any man of the full value of the services that
he perform+ for it.
,We'perceiee that our member of Congress
has been placed on but, one committee, and
that one of the most unimportant—the corn
miltee on Electidoe. It cannot be that the
Speaker has a proper appreciation of our Rep
resentative, or he would surely bare given him
• higher position. Jr' be could Gull' read the
enconiunis upon Judge Scofield's talents ty
his party press in this district, and the high
wrought statements of ass ist,inututi
ington; we feel quite sure the Speaker would
have selected him, if not for leader of the
House, at least for the Chairmanship of one
of its most prominent committees.
The jewelry store of Cult. Attalla, in Para
gon block, has been fitted up very newly, and
Will compare favorably with establishments of
the same kin !in the larger cities. Ile has a
splendid stalk of - goods, including the best
styles of watch's., elegant rings, gold and sil
ver ware, ant everything generally kept in a
first class jewelry store For holiday pres
ents, some of his articles are unexcelled.
The well establiihed repeatiotiof the Captain
will ensure him host' of cuatoroers about
Christmas and New Year's.
The work of official decapitation is still
slowly progressing, although, iron the fact
that.all the higher appointments have to go
before the Senate for confirmation, it i s most l y
confined to positions of a , minor grale. We
notice that a Radical named McMillen has
been displaced from the Post Office at Plumer,
and R. J. Booth. .a Democrat, appointed fa
his stead. Rad Mr. Johnson made a thorough
sweep of all the Radical offolals, during the
recess of Congress, be wield stand id a bet
ter position at this time. ,
Ames P. Birr, Esq.; editor end proprietor
of the Pittsburgh Post, has cesociated with
him in the future management-of that paper
Messrs. W. Scheyer, Joseph S. Lace and Ed
win A. Myers. The Commercial, the' leading
Republican paper of Pittsburgh, in noticing
this change, pays a high and -well deserved
compliment to all concerned. The new firm
promise valuable improvements in the paper.
We wish it abundant success, financially and
We hope our citizens will not forget the
Universalist Foitival to bs given in Farrar
Rail, on Wednesday evening of next week.
The Festivals of this snietybsve always:men
characterized by rare sociality. and pleasure;
and enjoy a richly deserved degree of pOpu
larity in the ommanity. We hope to see the
ono next week meet with even a better share
of success than its predelessors.
The line of omnibuses from the foot of
State street to Federal Rill was placed in oper
ation on Muni ty. The conveyances are nest
disposition on the part of our citizens to make
and comfortable, and there seems to be •
the enterprise a success. We notice that most
of the basses are well loaded, though whether
this will continue after the present sharp
weather has ptisised by remains to be seen.
Gov. Marvin, PfFlerid,, whose admirable
letter to the 19th'ef September Conservative
meeting in this city will be remembered by
most of our readers, has been re-elected Unto
ted States Senator for Florida on the firstbal
lot. He bas decided to remain at home until
the question of the admission of the Southern
Senators and Representatives is decided. .
• The lovers of Ethiopian Minstrelsy will do
well to beat in mind the entertainment to be
given in Farrar Hall, on • Friday evening, by
Burgess & Laßne'e Troupe. From tall we can
learn, we judge their performance to be well
The. Temperance Band have presented
Father Carroll. of St. Patrick's colfgregstion,
with a splendid gold bonded cane, as a recog
nition of his Services in behalf of the cause.
He is heartily deserving of the compliment.
Sharpley & Skiff's Combination Troupe,
who. are to give en entertainment in Farrar
Hall, on Monday evening, are epoken of by
one ezebantes in flatterliA terms. The In . -
imitable Sam Sharpley is a host in himself.
The three new Judges—John P. Vincent u
Assistant Law Judge, and Messrs. Benson
and King as Associates,;—tooi their vests at
the opening of Court on Monday. Judge Vin
cent officiated during the .week, and made a
The Corry Telegraph of last week, contain
ed the following horrible story. As we have
heard_ no further particulars, we suspect that
the Telegraph has been made -the victim' of
some "gay deceiver :"
"A woman coming in on one of. the morn-.
ing trains gays that she beard of a horrible
murder that had been committed a short die
tencefrom• Corry, under the following circum
stances. It appears that pedlar called at
a house and asked ,to stay all night, which
was objected to, on the account of there be.
log no one in the house but two 'girls.. These
girls however, are said to hare gone to a
neighbor and got two other girls to stay with
'them, and let the pedlar stay. The house
where the last two girls came from being left
win: only one occupant=the mother of the
girls, the father being away.
In the night, the house where the pedlar
was. was entered by a man dirgnised with
Malik on his face, and two girls killed ; and
it was supposed that the intention was to
the pedlar. The• Fitter, hearing the
noise, and the mur lerer approaching his
room, ho shot the murderer. The woman in
the ,neighbor's house was then aroused ; and
on Agsieting to wesh the face of the murderer
it Iva found to be her owe haaband. Wheth
er the girls killed were his own daughters or
the other girls our informant could not tell.
We do not vouch foribe truth of the matter.
hut give the story as it wag to'd to us, third
The long winter evtnings afford fine orpor
waffles', foe mental improvement, and we
hope there are few of our readers who do not
fail to embrace the (mamba. .Ons of the beet
things a psrent can ;ut: in the hands of a
child that can read, is ,a gord tiewspapei.
Thero are hundreds of Democrats yet in this
country who do not take a home paper.
They always regret our defeats at the elec
tions, but are slow to'contribute in the right
direction for the promotion of democracy.
There is not a demticratie family in the country
but ought to take a home paper.. Its
icflinence may not at once be seen, but it will
sooner or later be felt. Will our democratic
Men le properly look at this matter ? It was
by the gradual introduction of Abolitioti pub
lications, and their influence upon the minds
of the young. that the Opritisition succeeded
in.reeolutionising the country, and we must
resort to the same mode of educating the pub
lic mind if we ever hope to have a return of
the goo I old times of Constitution si law and
An explosion occurred in the oil refinery of
Clark, Payne & Co., in Cleveland,' on Thurs
day last, which wee mo.t terrible in its effects.
Five men were severely injured and one kill
ed outright. The man killed belonged to a
neighboring refinery owned by, lianas, .Do
herty St - Co , and, at the time of the explosion,
was walking along the Pile of Clark, Payne
& Co`e. receiving' house—the; building des
troyed—which was literally scattered to
the four winds of heaven by the-powerful ex
plosive effects of the gas. Two men. Burton
and Lawler, steam fitters, were in the building,
and were blown through a twelve inch. brick
wall. How they escaped a' sudden and fear
ful death is unaccountable. Burton, it is be
lieved; will not recover froz the injury, nod •
Worthy Clark; a brother of one - of the firm,
was so badly Injured that ' his recovery is
exceedingly doubtful. ,
• ktany of the Northern people, and, partic
ularly our "loyal" congress, thought it would
be a very good thing to suspend recinrocity
with Canada, soma time ago, in retaliation
for faucled violations oU neutrality by her.
and the thing was done. New England be
gins to wail over it now, and wishes • the law
repealed. Canada was an excellent customer
of Massachusetts before, the suspension of
reciprocity ; but -congressional vindietlieness
has driven her to other markettst• Our corm
try is getting disgusted with its action in the
matter, for it shutS off a good source of seve
nty., not only to the national Treasury, but
to citizens.' It is not good policy to out one's
nose off to spite one's face.
The editor of the Gazette continues to'care
fully withhold from his readers the fact that
Judge donna,,.. _.',read tha Grand Jury
nore all the Indictments p 'at the May. 0,,,
which sprung out of - the disfranchisement act.
The article in last week's Gazette, in which he
seeks to convince himself that the editor tit
the Observer is it 'lnnitic, because he agrees
with Judge Jchnson's advioe. simply proves
hirciself either a knave or a fiol. We long
ago ceased to look for any fair statements of
our positions in that quarter, and feel satisfi
ed that if such an event ever happens, it will
be more through accident thin intention.
The County Sabbath School Convention
which has been in progress in the First.Meth.
odist Church since Monday has been marked
by many interesting features, and will, mt•
doubtedly revolt in much advantage to the
cause in our county. A number.of interesting
addresses" have been made, and the proceed
ings•generally were of a p leasant character.
The Convention will clove with a Festival in
Parra.. flail this (Thursday) evening, which
we hope to see largely attended.
The Rev. Dr. Weeny. who was recently es
communicated from a "United 4. Presbyterian
Church in Pittsburgh for adultery and other
misdemeanors, iv soon to come before the
Courts to answer the charge of an. injured
wife, who asks for divorce not only on the
ground of improper intimacy, but for shame
ful abuse, and violent and abusive language
too disgusting for publication. -
Sixty years ago,. an - exchange remarks,
there was hardly a craft larger than an Indi
an canoe on the great Western lakes. In
1841 the lake trade adunanted to $65,000,000,
in 1851 to $300,000,000; in 1861 to $550,000,-
000; and it bids fair in 1871 to reach the
enormous sum of $1,000,000,000.
• Country merchants about purchasing goods
for the holidays are interested in knowing
that the best stock of noticins in the 'city is
at the wholesale store of Bider & Burgess.
corner of State and Fifth streets The arm,
too, is o,e that they will find it a pleasure to
The fearful complsint known es diphtheria'
is raging to &considerable exteatlii'our coun
ty. - Several persons have died with If in the
city and vicinity, and a number are lying in
a critical condition. . • •
A man named Parkinson, who shot the re
ducer of his (laugh ter, in Jasper county, Indi
ans, has been tried for murder and acquitted.
DIIATM or JAMES . A.MDZISOM, Esq.—The
Placer (Cal.) Herald comes to us with the par
ticulars of the death of James Anderson
Esq.,,.a gentleman intimately known to the
oldtkruidents of our city. lie was in the
hshie of visitinifthe office of that paper, with
which he wte formerly editorially connected,
to imai the morning exchanges. •On the
12th inst., he. entered as usual,—we quote
from the Herald—'. with his pleasant saluta
tion and a smile, lit his pipe and eat down to
read; within a few moments he fell back is
his 'chair, and, shortly afterwards breathed
his last." The cause of his death is penoun
ced to have been heart disease. Mr. Ander •
'eon was born in or near Fairview, in Mil
county, and for a time .was .einAoyeda at the
tailoringanale . with Mr. James Lytle,An this
city. At about the age of 17 ha removed to
. Kentucky, studied law and wee admitted to
practice. When . the Mexican war broke out
hip enlisted, and obtained the rank of a 2d
Lieutenant. Soon after the war, Mr. Ander
son removed to California, where be soon Be
mired a leading position. He was twice elec
ted a member of the State Senate, end is the
practice of his profession was - regarded as one
of the foremost men in California. He wee
•an able writer; poreeseed a genial disposi
tion ; wss noted for strict integrity ; and en
joyed a remarkable share of popularity. His
death at the early age-of 44 yetis has caused
feelings of unaffected sorrow in the hearts of
all Who knew him.
laminate Minims g. —We notice in an ex
change an account of the great steal works of ,
the Messrs. Krupp. in England. Thal roan
dries anti •ehOpe of Messrs. Fairbanks b.
Rehm, which are iocated in St. Jobnabury•
v 4 rival them in extent. •The Company's
buildings cover many acres, and give employ
ment to over- eleven hundred men. with •
monthly pay-roll of nearly thirty thousand
dollars. They are now building large amts.
'ions to their works to meet the demand
Which is already far in advance of the supply,
and indreasieg. This Company, whose ware
house is at No. 607 French at,
in this city,
and whose amnia, Messrs. McConkey
Shannon. are among our most reliable and
enterprising business men, 'manufacture all
descriptions of scales, from the immense rail- ,
road tura-tables to the most delicate and sea
shire jeweller's and druggist's balance, that
is acted on by a breath. They are all 'built
upon the most simple plan that Is compatible
with perfection of accuracy. They also man- -
&sears dry mesatares of all kinds' of stan
dard capacitive. It is needless to speak of
their scales, for they have a world-wide repu
tation. Parties purchaeing of McConkey &
Stalooon can havithem'set up by experienced
mechanics. The firm are now manufacturing
a patent gas regulator, invented by Dr. C M
Creation. This regulator is intended to be
tired in public buildings and large belle, to
secure a steady-and uniform flow of gat , .' It
is now used itt molt of our public buildings,
and with marked 'good effeot. In the P611%-
4.41,111 4 Post Office slope. its use hes weed to
the government over - 180,000 feet of • gas in
cite rat% _
Wuo appreciates th 3 fur. that there
is any great importance attached to such a
commodity as a Pill? It is generally sup
posed that anybody can make them, as ail can
take them. Bat visit the laboratory of Dr. J. C.
Ayer and you will he disabused of the idea
adapt it tothe weals of millions of men—to so
that it is a trifle to make any medicine and
adjust it to their needs; and so cure their
complaints, as to make them its conitant cus
tomers in all the zones. " Physicians find it
requires some atilt to adapt their doses to a
single patient: ask them if it is not an intri
cate problent.to - adjust a purgstive pill to the
necessities of untold numbers, so that it shall
benefit them nearly all. Dr. Ayer's laboratory
supplies 60,000 doses of his. Pills per diem,.
or 19,000,000 a year. Think of that; Eseula
plus ! Well may it whiten the head'of any.
man to administer to that 'mount of suffering,
and especially when, as is here eridentj every
thing is done with 'the extremest nicety end
care.—Nandolph (Vt.) Statesman.
GICATLIMIIIre F 17113111111110 STORY.
—Mr. Warren L. Ross has taken the store
lately conducted by :notice, Oheen OkiHe
eler, anti fitted it up with eierything necea• a
ry to make a complete gentlemen's furrneliing
establiahment. Ills stock of cloths, cassimere 9,
vestlugs and ready made clothing is saperior
to anything ever brought to the city, and we
defy any one to visit the store without finding
something to suit las taste. Mr. Ross has
been very successful in securing a cutter who
is not surpassed anywhere. Under hie ekilifol
supervision the concern is turning out _sunk
equal to the best Eastern establishments. No
person can have on excuse for Koir:g abroad
to get clothing.while Ross affords the !soave
silences that he does. In addition to his other
goods he hiss also a superior stook of hots
and caps, hcsiery, collars, cravats,—in short
anything that a man wants in the clothing
line can be got 'at Roes's'. "Call and eee for
yourselves. s jet' tf
to native money d.e thi
or*lpt for the mule. Parties
, can either pay to thim, or
td mart chorerate2t
AGMS 7011 TOO 011111111 ,
ram are drily tutborlasd
alike on subselp grid r
to idiom we him. asot
relate us by mall. aa they do,
North East • D. A. Tabor
Qatari Doan Smiles
Corry AMOS Beath
Coln: Ana W. Q Howard
Tirsoklin Cor, d. Wrlght
&Rubor* tt. Sa et
Spartansburg, Soo. GI Dar.
Ve J. W. Rubel:sr
Lake Photons& H. C. Titus
Sprlngdeld MINA Buni
Della Valley H. L. Hooey
Tidloute FL C. Lott
Warne D. W. How , rd
Bubo: Creel, Capt.LY. tatl
Jackion R. W. 47.1%ta
Wetniord W. G Whitt
Loeliport J. O. Centrum:l
Giraie , , Capt. D. W. Botch
- • [ineon.
Londe. Lane, W. ttberman
Fairview Amos Mime
Wattabnrw L. a0t 40600
Younarville, G. J. Whitney
Guiana U. Jackson
Gook W. C.• Webb
gut Greene Wm Orton
Petrolium Center. Dr T.H.
• Ilium t
Oak Grove W. C Ford
}itorthydle. shmhs. &Teel}
Westerville Geo. nonnell
flea Grose B Hall
Is yon want a correct likeness go to
Wager & Co.'s photograph rooms, 1828 Peach
street, above. depot.. Having introduced all
the latest improvements in the art, they flat
ter themselves they can satisfy the most fas
tidious. They have the most pleasant and
airy rooms this side of the eastern cities, an
improved background, beautiful side decora
tions and a large life sized mirror, in which
1.1.147 nulyjculn ,nu ` lons LUCUlartlri, Inflinft In
the face while the picture is being taken.—
The sky light is the largest in the city, and
pidur s can be taken in a cloudy day as well
as in the clearest. Sept.l3-tf.
Our ieaders needing Boots or Shoes will do
well to call at the store of S. Z. Smith', Em
pire Block, State; Street.-before making their
purchases. Ms 'stook of goods is ode of the
largest in the city, and hie prices as low as
any. Boots.and;shoes made to order in the
beet style. Repairing -dope promptly and
sir A fire made in the Morning Glory
stove ean be kellt tin all the winter round,
without kin - dlinc. For ettle by Nimrod
Company, 605 French street. 00t..25-tt.
ger The cheepeet, safest. gimpleat end
pleagsntest Oftvrft to nee le the Morning
Glory. for sale by flintrod & Company. 605
French street. , 0et.25-tf.
]rte• Fora parlor 6r sitting room stove, no
one is equal to the Morning O'ory, for sale by
Himrod & Compaey o GOS French street,
TEE PLACE TO BUY DRY 000DS CHEAP
6010 yards mints, fast colors, at 12 1.2 eta. per yard.
1020 do. do. ;do. Ilk 110.
bOOO AO': Remnant !riots, beet quality, at lee.
WOO do. do. do. Toenail, yard wide.st :o°-
2000 do. one yard wide Fartn , y, at 18e.
21:00 do. - do. do. h•avy, at 22s
'2lOO do. Blaselted Yaelio , yar3 wide, at 20u.
soot) pounds Batting. et 20s. rAr pound
WO all wool. 10-4 white Bed Blanton at $5 a pair.
4t l ol3almnnl Skirts at $2 each.
-100 pair. Blanket Shawls, all qualities and colors.
Ladles limp Skirts at 111.
Mimes and Children, sopp Strait' at so to •ya eta.
• large stook of Bradler'a new patent, Duplex pill p.
tie (or double) . Sprteir Skirts.,
DRESS fIOODS I
Ent lib and Trench Warinoa, Empress Clotbs, ait woo
pot►lnn. Pitntadlainas Cotarght, lift.' red and
Plaid Preenb and Inaltab Porno', Ifoidory,
Yantis* Notions,' Cotton Yam, Cotton
and Woolen Flaariala. SbtrUng Fifa
nets, Glove, le., &t.
Having pat made heavy purchases. we are now pm
pared to sell %II Nada of Dry Gonda at 20 tar cent.
abeam, than any Our Moak Is fall. Call and see n,
at the also of the ►lag.' •
ILONCLL, STCPEDINS & Witmer,
6 Reed Home.
A T W. W. PIERCE - f!c' CO.'S
CORNER STATE. AND NINTH STS.,
THE EMPIRE FEED CIITTERI
• A new and imprimis!' four keit. Cutting 800, greatly
superior to any four knit• Feed Cutter In use. Its
'hearth. dara.ility. compaetness, self feeelog. adjosta
Me throat and knives; east of out, etomilcity, tutting
all' kinds of feed equally wen. 4ilfareot length nt cot.
operated by hander horse power, all combined. give the
Empire. Feed Cotter the decided 'lnference over every'
other four knife Cutter. It took the premium at the
New York State Fair in 1118 Z.
we oI•r them to the goblin with toil confidence that
they will give satire eatisfution. For male by • s'
W. W. FIERCE ik CO.,
Conker State and oth 80. Erie, Pa.
wholerale end Wail dealeis in Hardware, Farming
Utmost's. Bones Furnishing Goode. Stows. Tin and
Sheet Inn Ware, Tin Woofing and General Job Wolk,
NOTICH TO neßsoris HAVING PROOVV6
, 'Ws are now 'running a Market lane from Sri, to Ra
non, on the Philadelphia i lsTb tillroad, and Irish ne
secure aU hinds of
VICLIABI,I3 AND COMPS PRODUCE
Teem It on e . hate established s Depot to
Is the rear of the old ' Reed House;
REPITEEN MAU AND rare= BTHEEIR.
Whore wo ►III bsat all times ready to receive ao4 pty
Rums? NAIR? slum. '
for the ruse. All having Predate for eats are relent
ed to stew • la. Isola» toe Market Depot, Fifth St.
glO.l//4-tf ' MAY & JACKSON.
•A Conan. a COLD, of 4. Sou TURAILT r.qulree I RIM.
dish, at'aiattota so I dialed be chested. If allowed to
coottooe, Irritation of the Longs, a - permatept Th oat
Dtaatee, or Consumption, Te often the result.
RRO WN•ft • BROMCgIAL TR.ICIIE
hiving • direct inflienes Li VS. p‘r.t., give immediate
relief. For I I -
BRONCHITIS, AST HM A,. CAT ARBIL
COM MPT I :177
and Throat Disetser, Trochee are sleet with ewers
wand Nowa, Skirls and Pahlic Ppesters will find
Trochee useful In clearing the Totes when taken baler.)
Singing or Speaking. and relierlog the throat sher an
unusual es rtion of the aloe at orgasm. the Teaches we
reeercnended , ZIA peetcribed by pl , 'efelane, end bare
had testimonials from eminent naJn throughout the
countrr. Itaing an article of true Merit. and having
proved their 'Many hy.a led of man , ' jean, each yea,
fads them An near 'localities -eartnna parts of the
world, sad the Trochee are uoteeraaty p °anaemia liet •
ter than olbir articles.
Obta'n Orel rowria: Bronchi/1 Trochee," and do
nKt ta' , e any a thn wortfiera Imitations that nay be
offered. Fold everywhere.
PavpikesD 04 or Pidar /IND WACO;
For pieparieg, reef oring and brantl6fna. the Halt, and
a the meat •del , ghtful and •onderfet article the treed
Ladles vrtil dad It not 'ooly a certain remedy to re•
tore, derlieri and beeatity the hetr, but oleo amtestrabte
&rile* for the twilet,.aq it ix highly perfumed with a
Hob and detie►te Tr rum*, todopondent of it f:ograot
odor of the olla of palm wad wee.
THE MARVEL OF PERU
A new and,tiatitirol perfume, nbleti In delteicy of
an•o*, and the nutty Irltblntl It clings to the
11.nd . lerchief ad'person fi unequalted
The above artelln for We by all draggles and per
nen% at $1 per bottle earl. gent by exprno to any
ati#elie by the prop Istorg,
T. W. WRIGHT k CO.,
100 Liberty Aireet, New York
ti•ce'e 17A1t Resrwst
Lithe beat preparation extant for 7 Coring gray balr
t.) It■ of renal color, prav'nflog its falling era and pro
!noting Ito arova. It , a abut a beautiful bateilreasiug•
It. P. FULL k CO., Nutria, N. IT., PropePoll.
por WO by all druggists. declB-lin
SAT BROAD GOAOR, T DOUBLF: TRACK RODTR
W YORK;`BosTos AND TETE NEW
$ Railway .:tondo from Dunkirk 6 New York MO
miles bnUdo to flew York. V.: tattoo. Pea-
volume to New 'reek 415 toile&
22 TO 27 11ILRS TAR siinIRTEgT, ROUT:I7
,- 11 Trains ran dirwetty threueb to Nov ' York, 4ro
iiMILES. without change of Coaches. .
, rota and after Nor. 10, Mit Trains w i ll leave in con
needion with all Western itnee as follow.: Prom DtlR
-4-1-9.1E-End SALAMANCA—by New `il - .' th time from
Caton Depots ' •
600 A. w. Nem York Pay Elyiyeas. from Salamanca, daily
(except Sundats;. nay
at Gornellerille with
the 5.31 A. 11 Dar Expiate from Baffelo, and arrives
In New York at 10 SOP. It.
I%IA. x.'Evrest Mat(, from Dunkirk , daily Precept
l l i l
Sundays).. Stove at Salamanca 940 A. ta . and eon
-1 nectorat ifornallaville and Corning with the 8.30 A.
N. Express Hail from Buffett, and arriretto New
York at i 00 A. N.
4.19 r. N. This York Melt Express, from 'Dunkirk, daily
(except St:dap.). stops at Pa!ApaAnet, a 64 P. 1/..
and arrives in New York at 12.30 r ilt, ' connecting
with afternoon trains and steamers for Boston and
New Knelandettles. -
From Buffalo—by Wear 'feet time, from Depot Corner
I Exchange and Mi••higan Streets:
t2fl A. N. Neu Iro4 !MY Eggresz, (Bttadaya easeptedL
JArrt tea In hew York at 10 10 r. w. Comae", at
Great Bend with Deis ware, Lackawanna k Western
Railroad for Philadelphia, Baltimore. Wszbi gala
and point. South.
8.30 A. W. E4ll , /t/ Mai/. via. Avon and Pornellarille.
dally (except Sunday), Arrives in New York at 790
,A.7r. Connecta of Elmira with Williamsport & RI.
,mica Railroad for Harriaburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and points South.
220 P. it Ligh.taiar Express, Sundays excepted, stop ,
for wood and water only and arrive. Ire New York
100, • N.
8.15'1. c. MeV York Night Pryress, dairy. Connects at
Flornellwille with the 4.15 p. no. train from Dun
kirk, and &meet. fa New York at 1220 r. N. Also
connects at Elmira fait Harrisburg, Phlladelphts
aid the South. ' 1 -
'I.TO P. sr. eineiassii Expert; daily (Zzoept Sundaes).
raters in New York at 345 r. sr. Connects at El
mira with Williamsport & Elmira Railroad: at Great
'Fend with Delaware. Lackawanna & Western Rail
. - `road, and at New -York with afternoon trains and
steamers for Boston and New England Cities
Italy One Train East on Sunday, leaving Ruffian at
6.10 P. N., and reaching New Work at 1224 A. AI, in ad
rare* of all other routes.
Banton and hew Enema vintagers with their bag
eeire. are traurferred free echo-ire, In New York.
The beet Ventilated and most Luxurious Sleeping Cars
111 THE WORLD accompany all night trains on this
. .. ~
RARZAZO checked through and fare stray s as low as by
any other rent..
1"?'" ASK FOR 71DERT4 VIA. Earß RAILWAY,
chick ran be obtained at' a I principal ticket °aces
ID the West and South-west.
H. RIDDLE. WM. R. DARR,
Orb' ~a pq."' Gaul Pus Agit.
D R. 1 tON'S
CELEBRATED PR EPA RAT lONS 1
rza PERFECTOS or IIEpIcAL,K-ZINCE
DR. LEON'S ELECTIVE HAIR RENEWER.
hill a p titive cure Err' lia'dsess ti
It restores gray hair to no original color.
It is a tool*. not a dye. and sofa upon the teeretioni.
It Immediately street,' falling out of the hali.
If alleviates • trivalent and Deadaaras.
It radical', maw Dandruff andßumors
It keep, the *ealp heilthy. coin y a d cool.
II is an elquialtely fragrant hair dytssing.
If restore*. cultivate:* and branfifi•s the Hair.
It mates hash-hair flexible sod lustrnue
Dr Lames Electric Flair Renewpr ha. enioyed a high
local repatstinn for many years It, wonAerful reetnrtt
tire sod invigorating prolpartiea are well known to the
medical faculty of Philadelphia Being ?ally satisfied
of the merits of I.Amei E eerie Hair Renewer we
have procured explosive ownership and arc determined
that every household In out land .haU have the opror
tunny to reap ita benefits.
DR. -LEON'S INFANT REMEDY
A moat delight fel and MR melons care for the ear
Ills to which infante sod young childeen are stibiect.
Invaluable for iisibintebildreit, It itoften the gums,
Mates Inflammation, invigorsteintb• stomach and bow
els. corrects acidity, and is wean and speedy ewe for
Celle, emote and windy pains. A moat excellent pre
paration forLebildren of a restless •n i hal fat beb:t and
in all are air...mom% griping. vomiting or other in
wad crier, It gives loamediale ease. Used for more than
half a century In the p, iv .te practice of one of the most
erninen• physicians of Phil-dolphin. In sow placing
this article within tor reach of all our countrrmen we
would remark that ire know it to be a reaadr of unri
valled excellence, and that it hen proved in then•ande of
cumu we are resolved it chill in millions, a priceless
belga, Yoe sale by Druggists:everywhere. ,
SILVER'S W r kili POWDER !
Bares time, labor and aseney—makes It:Sahli:lg a pas
time sod Itoniay a Pardial.'
Sold shore. Try it. dere ly
Address ill =lam to zrentEtt lc SWIM.
, &la Propriatora.lll\ North T. ltd Street, Phila.
FREE. TO EVERYBODY
A large 8 pp. Calalope, tea hie-•rig Fos r .41 tumors Tao
Knrek`es, Plalolee. Btroehee. Moth Patches, Sal ones,
E options and all I torotrltiee of the skin Row to fore.
whlstwo. restore, earl and boautlfr th• hstr, renew the
age. cure Arttokeuottee, Nervous 14b1-ltr. and other
trai.rot and yalueble n'ortaatlniv. Evervtodx...sead Corti!.
Addreaa AKAR/CR, Aticrers & CO., Ch.eatistb, 2ES Myer
Street, Troy, N. Y.nov29-tt
. , .
R .8.. II 0 V A L : .
GROCERIES !! GROCEIIIE4-.1! !
The subscriber has removed his ,lock of groceries
from the stead ,bon the Late fa, Depo' to• the
room in the brick block, on State street, some: of
Fourth, where be 'till be happy to es• friends sad
endomera and OH thett orders for goods Ste stock
Othemies to I•see aced eafe.fally aoleetied an t ons.ed
at the lowest rater consistent with the °Helsel roe
Eby invites all In need of effendi:le In his tine to es
!dm a eall. T. SCHNIMDER
AMERICAN ARTIST'S UNION
ReHale snd ensrgetle persons. mods or female, are
vantad to solicit suivc-iptons for our eourevinie, and
to - snob a offer very liberal cash ludaceinents; also,
@plead' albums to sobsen:ters. Circulars suitable
to be o canvassloa, togethe• villa all neeessary
papers, • be fort lobed on apolication.
Address. with reference, ~
AUBRIJAN - ARUM' MUM?,
"no2il tt 23 Pine Street, Nee York.
r u CAN GET GOOD -
11 1 11
AT ONE DOLLAR PER POUND,
_ AT GOTT, PATTZR3ON do CO.'S
Mb Trench Ghee'. Tate.Ps. no= tt
I)ussobtrr Bora OF UO-PASTNRR!IIII P
The Eros heretofore existing under the name of
CARTER & CARVER,
w.dhaolved by mutual enema; dation from January
teth,lBBol. Pr. Carter rtfring. The book. of the old
firm may be found at the old plats. Prompt 'aettlemauta
eel/seated. B. CaIPYIR.
J. B. MUM.
Mr Carver has associated his sotivitik bite. and pin
continue the business nods the name and dem of
J. B - . CARVER It C 0...
Venice nitre and well selected stook or Dean*. Nan
eine; Flint Chsenleala, new Phan:weediest Prenara
*yea, Rare Partamee. ranee Arnold, *a.
"rbe sap/triennia &min of this hone* are retained and
Dorton can rely sped being correctly screed at all
Norton.—Thitanyteso of lir. J. 9. Carter have also
Even aseared,.aad•ha vUi be happy to meet Inn old
friends and mastomme at
II PARK ROW,—THZ OLD DII.Nu.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
first class brick bows and half lot on east fifth
Pilot a'ata brick bolto and two elf, lets, corner of
Cheotnot and Tenth Atronta. -
House and lot of Kra Bogen, corner of ?ranch and
noun end fit city let on VIM Street, clear Cherry
• House and lot on Biebth Stre-t, west of canal.
Pouse:sad lot, 49 by 165 fest, on mirth 'trent, west
of Bag Lfinit.
Bone , sod lot, r 2 by 125 feet, on Myrtle street. /otitis
Flutist and lot, 60 by bf 1 2 feet, on Walnut, near Sib
Two veer &iamb's housee atidlots on French St.
loose and tot on Eleventh street, near P. ft. B rail
rout Pei , * 51,200. Chum.
We hese a number of !Inns., and totes/m.os trona
25 000 to $l5OOO.
House and lot, 83 by 125, on West, Ninth' Street—
Bonze and half city lot on west Flab stmt—p re
House and lot, 45 by 160 feet, on suet Ninth Stre t,
Frame house on 13 b street—very chem..
Brick hoots In Wesleyvllle sg acres groand.
Two etty lots on Eleventh St, west of Myrtle.
noe city lot on Twelfth St , west of Myrtle.
S x city lots on Eleveoth Street, west of Walnut.
Two city lots no Eighth St, weit of most.
• Six sty lots, on Eleventh St , wait of Canal.
0 e-halt Int, earner , Wabout boll Filth a t.
Twelve city me,' 33 by 130, Chestnut St, south of
Seven city lots, 29 by 130, Basle nest Chestnut
Teelwo city lota, 85 by 150, : Maori , Street, near
Two city Ines, 42 by 165, Hickory near Cheetnat.
Six city lots, 41U be 121, Buffalo St out
2 , 141 it city lots, 41Ii by 125, 17th B t, cut.
Fire city lots. 42 by 165. 11th St., ne_r East St,
- One city Int. 41 by 120, Zoe St..
Five city lota, 41 br 165, oth n tar East St.
Three city tote, 45 by 134, Sa•safras Street, Ihotb
Three city lots, 43 by 135. Omen alt., South Eric
. One cat y lot, 41 by 15.1, BaHsloSt.„ rest.
Ore city lot, avby 120, corner of Eighth sad 141
Four 10te.40c16:5, on 1. - th street, between Parslii
Your tots on Eleventh strut, between Parade
Three lots. 21 by 100, earner 'lth and Push Ste
vane lots, `.:14 be, Ism, earner 10th and State.
Sls foto, 21 by In, eorn«r 24 and Stets Fits.
ills lot«. between Flereath and Twelfth Ss.
Twyr lute, 20 be 140, Sta•e, sontb of 12th street.
Bin fire acre ldta do Botta, road.
Fonr fourteen acre tuts on Rl4O Road, half al
from city limits.
167 acres to garbotereek—good itoproismtnta.
185 ser+s in garberereek—good impressment&
60 acres in Ilarbarereek—mmd improrsonent,
70 acres in lisrborefenk—good improvinents.
62 sena • 1-2 milts cut of Erle—good lisp
• arm of 15 acres in Mill Creek, 4 1-2
Good brick home*, barn. tine young orchard, all
quality grare4 land. Mee 84,100—the impute* •
worth the money.
20 ace's blear Cooper's Mills. First OW frame
Pay desirable sad ewre •keee.
OKI acres eight Mlles sotitheaat of Erie—good imp'
112 arras ar Not th Etat.
100 acres In Green township.
64 sere. in Mill Creek, two miles from city.
dO ems In Mlll Creek, (car rolls. from city.
el) acres in Klagee-Ile, OD H M—i prevm emEYentsL.
AYEi k RRR.
Agents acid Dealers (a Real Feat
n•se2:l tf Reed Rouse. ET*
AT THE SIGN OF :I , IIE FLAG!
NONELL, STEPHENS do WILD
NO. 6 EKED Mint.
Harlot wrlde large purchases iaNew York. Bost
sad Philadelphia, we are cow prepared to ale
reasoriabis prim oar lug. and wall 'ejected
S TOGS. OF -' GOODS !
011.6 , , MICK URI 1.;0101111, nun Ikea asps; in T nam,
Empress Clot! a; Poplins, Franca and Iriab; Mack and
Colored Monacan Chi eked, Phi :and Striped
DRESS GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY.
DE bevia.4i Wo - $ De Linea; Aniline; Caton and
Robe de Chamber.
LACES; Valencienes; Muni, Chipper.; Polak and
SITAWLq, Lori-and Square. rataley and Broth..
CLOAKS end Haupt'bre"; 'Balmoral Skirts.
large stork of Cloths:for men and bork gear.
W, oleo Blanket', all qualities and prices,
Canton Painele. Bleaebiol and Rrown.
Flannels, Plain and Ch-eked; 4 1Ik watp Flannel".
t'rio's, Fren.b Kngll b and Domestic. •
itemnant Mote, Bleached ma Rrown Cotton..
• Cotton Yarn, Cotton_ Ratting, 'Pirko, bonnie' and
Stripes, Knit Goode. Hood%
, Nablas a d Greakfaat
Sha's Woolen and Cotton Hasterh Balmoral li, se,
GREAT VARIETY OF FANCY GOODS!
Bradley's Dupla Elliptic Boon Skirts
Our iroek was never Co NIT and comelete u at the
AT 'TEE SIGN OF THE FLAG,,
NO.'S RIM I.IOUB C
MONELL, STEinIENS & WILDEY.
if: F. WORDEN & CO.,
Would respectfully announie that they hare opentda
NO. 429 FRENCH sr, BEI'VERN ITEI AND 6TO,
. Far Mt parasite and *ale of
ALL RINDS OF COUNTRY • PRODUCE,
BUTTER, POULTRY, NIUE; are.
Er Orders from-sibroed will receive prompt latest
tion at the Lowest ➢Market Priem
re The klitamt price In Cub paid for Produce.
DOFF, PATTERSON k. CO.,
. blb PIF.NC`d. STREET,
HAVE GOT GROCERIES TO SELL
PORE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD.
Preferred b 7 all pnetteal painter. - Try it, area you wil
. have ote other. lianulbeturaa oral by
ZIEGLER. & SMITH. -
WHOLESALE DRUG. PAIN? k GLASS DISAIX3R,
No. TM North Third Strom; PhDs
F"4 FOR SALE.'
Of 1313 was. about lin acres cleared, the balanew la
tied timbered hind, with a home and bun on it: •
young orchard of RIO grafted apple trees and sone
ether (roll trees. Situated. drat fares South of Samuel
Flekr•an'e, on the Way Road. and about f0ur...1;01
ficsaltrie, Pa.. in Weatikillereek Township. Tar huirar
particulars enquire of
novliktf. - ' CONRAD BROWN.
T tilt OURAT PTItaNGTti k Ma TUNIC:
(Not I Whiskey Prepor.tink)
1100FLAND'S Ot4MIAN BITTERS 1
Debility rssultiog limn any cause what're, Prostration
of Om syst.in canoed by aassaCtuardsbiA *anonym,
foyers or dlaeaeea of amp life. Eoldiera, eitirsua, unto
or rem &Int ta or yontb,wllltind in tbio Meta.. pure
Tonle , . not dependant on tad liquors for their almost rot
And diseases resulting from decriers of the Liver bed
Digestive organs, are wed by
' 1100FLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS.
Thum Bitters ba• ;Wormed more MIMS Sim k i t.;
satisfaction, bus more testimony, two mom sespectabla
pimple to vouch for it than any other &glib to the soar
k•t. dvfy soy one to cootudict ltd• Itlerettloo and
vitt' pay SI,OUO to any one mho/mill Malian ettliadit ,
published by an that is not matins.
1100FLANDIS GERMAN BITTERS,
Rllt tare every sue of ehron'e or nervous debility atm
deem.. of the kidneys. Observe the lolloyring symptoms
resulting from disorMrs of the digestive organs r
Constipation„ award Pike, runners of Mood to the
Bead, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, HaeoUnisni Dll
gust for fowl, Fula's” or 4 eight la the Storasth, Sour
Eraetstions,rqskius or Fluttering et the Pit oelhe
Stomach, Swimming of the Heed, Clamed aitid:dillicalt
Breaching, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or *dine . ..at.
.ng Sensations when In lying posture, Diraoess of life •
ion, Data or Webs befure the "lght, Fever pnit Doll Fele
to the Bead. DeCcieney of Perepiration, Ye:lowness o:
the 'kin and Eyes, Pain Ia the Side. Bask, Chest, Lambe.
/se,. Sudden Flushes of Iles!, Earning in the Fleth, Coo
'teat Imaginings of Evil sad great Depression of :1 irita.
lisounan, that this Bittani la not alehoolle contain*.
no rum or whislpy, and cannot collo drankaids, Ent it
the beat tonits 'albs world.
READ wliO SAYS SO
FIOM tie►. W. D. e•elerteg. tutor of Twelfth Baptist
Gautlemon— I hare recently been laboring ruder the
durtzse•ing effects of indigestion, accompanied By a pt os
tration of tEinterrette4ye tem. Numerous tern-dies were
recommended by Mends, and some of them teo ed. to
without relief Your iloodand a General bitters sere
recommended by perun• who had :tied them, and win.**
favorable me•tion of these Bitters Woo d me to try
them I must confeu that, I bad an %version tol Aleut
Uedleines from the .thousand and mu" gout "Elitist,
whogeordy atm seems to be to palm off sweetened a• d
drugged liquor tipon the community in a his way, and
the teed• icy of which. I feat, is to make many a con
ks-toed drunkard. Upon learning that • ours wad really
a medicinal preparation I took it with happy effect its
action, trot only upon the stomach, but upon the nervous
equerry wad prompt and gratifying. I feel that I bus
derivedgreat and permanent benefit from the use of a
fe • bottle. very re•vettully • ours,
W. D. SEIG/PtED, No. 264 Thackamizoo • t.
From th e R es , g. n 'Pelvis% fireietant Editor Christian
I have derived decided benefit from the oleo( Hoothosd'
Oirman Bitters, and Ifeallt my , privilege to worn . .. a Tend
them a* a most valuable tonic to al/ v are enßrinii
from went debility or,froct diseases arising from the
derangement of the liver.
- Yours truly,
From Rev. 1 , . Vereg!. '.uitor of tit. Ps.....Tun‘ a• ''.t
From the man, respectable recortroiendattong gr.
Dr. ftoottanWederloan totters,' eieitidneed to pselp' • :o
• trial. After cuing aereral bottles, 1 fopoTthenttelte .
goad remedy for docility. ands most excellent tons: for
the stomach. D MICRItItet:
Fro n Her Wm.. , rolth, formerly Pastor of the Wincers
turn and Itillulle (s. I ) 2aptlet Churehee.
Raying Deed In try amity a number of bottles of p.n.
liontiend's German Bitters, 1 hare . to lay I regard Men
uen excellent medicine, apecially,adepted to Tem.'se
the disease they are recommended or. The• strengthen
and to .rate the du stem when dentlltatiri,ind are 1..411
tut in disordessof tits hue, Ines of appetite, hr. ,' net
r.leo tee 'lc mended t em to sectr =I
ft , of V tr:ends •he
hare tried tbs.., an &won thorn great', benetcial iu tilt
restoration of healt Yours truly,
inf. S ITFI, 04 HuteAiroon St., Mimi&
BEWARE OF COM:TEREITS.
See that the signature of C. L. JACKSON' le ou the m
wrapper of eieh bootie
Shou'd Oar nearest"droggist dot have the artiLle do
not be put off by ang of thi iotoxicating ureparat , en
that =ay be offered fp its place, out send io us an, w.
will toward. securely' peeked, by express. .
Ptincipallnce cod Manufactory, No. $3l Amt.
Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
JOKE , ' ix EVANS
[Successors to C. M. Jackson & Cp.,3 Prepristo,*
For sale by druggixta and dealers In every town 1.. ib
United Statclie deerek-tdoetffiffl
TaJ PLACE TO - BUY COAL 617E1P IS AT
Coal Yard, coracle c (Twelfth acd.P. 'eh S' recta, Erie,
Pa., who keep col:latently on - hand Lablab and PPtiton
(For. ea*, lump and prepared, Shamokin, E,g over,
and Nat size.; Sitominen for gut* and 'team, and
BLOSSBURG, PITTSBURG AND BEAVER,
For Blacksmith Purposes.
Onr Coal la all received by rail, le kept on dry plank
WELL SCREENED BEFORE DELIFEII
We offer great iod..cemeote to parties er4sblog to lay'
to 'Emir Twist supply, a so to dealers porth.slog by the
Jr Cite a. *qU and e vino tee to give eatidie
J alit CtetLtt $L SSI.DI & CO.
TUB GILBAT ENGLIMII UHMEDY.
PSOTECTED BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
CELEBRATE!) FEMALE PILLS
Prepared tram a PEesertplon of ele : .l. Clarke, 11. 11.,
Phyaitlan Extra-;rdinary to the Queen.
Tara invaluable medieine is unfailing in the core of all
linws painful and dangeromi diseases to which the female
constitution la subject. It moderatea 111 excess and re.
moves all obstructions from whatever seals. A speedy
care may be relied on.
TO 3IARRIiD LADIES
it hipenullarly'suired It will. in a short time, bring on
the monthly period with regularity.
filis should not be lobes by Females daring As
FIRST THREE MONTHS of Pregnancy, asLtry ars
lure to bring on Afircarringe, bat at say stater fiat& thAr
In all cams of Nervous and Spinal leectious, Pains in
the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, tali Rs
lion of the Heart, Hysterics and Whittle, these Pill will
agent a core when all other means hare failed: and al
though a powerful - enledy, do dot contain iroo , calomel,
antimony or anything hurtful to the constitution.
Full direction. in the pamphlet around each pm. kage,
ybich should be canto oly
Sold by vll Druggists- Price SI ter bottle.
It is the fate of eryery valuable medicine to be coun
terfeit d. Be cant;one, therefore, and see that the let
tere & M." are bl wn in the bottle, and that each
wrapper tears tl • !ae•etmlte•o! the signature of I. C.
Itedarin & Co., and Job Motes, Without which 12013 r
N. B —One dollar with eighteen cents for to tam
eoeloled to any authnrized agent nr to the sole grcaral
need. for the United Sta... azd Britie4 dominion..
.IOEI MOSES, tortlandt- lit.. Neer York,
will (Clare a bottle ecotainfog eft pill►, by retorn
securely wiod bra, all rbeerystine Agent• for Vrie,
Elan k.Wartil. and J. 11 Carer at. CO. O.IS- .1 ea
L! FE- HEALTH-STRENGTH !
LIFE-H EA LTH-STRENGTIT !
DI:. JUAN DELAM tliitE,tt
Are prepared by the limoleers. ra ranetere k rrapont.
phartgaeoeatiate, No. "la, Rae Lombard Parts. from 11.,
proscription of Dr Jean Delamarre. cht.l physiolak to
the Hospital du Nord on tart- (deers
• LITTIIIR OP ILICOoVIONDATIOW.L__
:Pasta, May ath,lo.
Gentlemen—We have aced the "Specific Pills. made
from Dr. DelmanAi prercription, during ',vela' ... re
past, in our private and r abbe practice, and have brood
them a most energetic and efficient reared, to series of
Spe tostorboria or Nominal Weaklings nigi.tly, daily or
prima are eraluirinr; essoal weakn 1 , 6 or impotency;
speetsbierangement•rf the venous aydeco ; eeakoe it.
orislog from eseret habits and , sr zeal excesses; reale.
tiers of the genitatiirgaosi weak spine; affections of the
eves; i•Lime" or 'brick dust" d • poMta to the urine;
"Milky" dischargers; paleness of tie akin, with sunken
climbs or bloodies., lips; •ipinchrd" feature; irregular
artirn of the heirt, and in all the ghastly train of
symptoms aristrg from over nse, obese*, or iris, frogs
any cause, of the nervous fore.
We earnestly advise the profession, and al persons
fua• riot from any symptomatic or organic affsetiong or
the genitoitainary evisisme. to use theft pi le. With
high respect, we are your' most einceireW
R A...Bitstaterstas; M. D„
G. D. Do/same. Si. D.
Jess Ds Lanese...
To Garancterc k Dupont, N 0.216 Hue Lombard, Path,
Sedent.ry and studious oecupaticra, vie. anxieties.
or whstever da to Impair the vital action of he
Mani, distressing and embarrasslog dimerders cf the
ei ile nano. Fredonia. elorgyorro,and 'wryer* there-
Are, who are es...chilly liable to there weakeesses,
should resort promptly to Pr DelamarreetSpeolde rills.
• pamphlet. cont.ining full particulate, wPIC direc
tions and 'deity, printed la Pesch Canaan. Sparta'.
and Coglish, accompanies Yach box, and will be mot, by
0 2 e. 1 , free °remit. .0 any who will write for it.
Pelee El per box, or six bores for $5.
Fold by an the mil:Lepel druggists, or will to sent b 7
men, securely seal , d from all 114•111104011 on receipt of
the spe-ified price by a n y, arthorised agent, or b• the
sole rne.ai agent. for Muerte*, alr&R G. gong &
CO, 27 Cortlandt At., N. Y. Authorized agents for
Erie: I. B Car. sr & Co.. Ball & Warfel.
OYSTERS 1 OYSTERS !
F. A. WEBER I CO., 814 &Liss Si.,
Hare e2tioaeneed biopics Pratt k Co.'s celebrated
Baltimore 0 , Nara, which they mill melt althea by the
ran or cue. These Oysters are considered the beet in
the market. .tiotala saloons and private families sap
plied at low prices. octe-dar
by her next Wend, } In the COurt of 0112112011
Stephen King, Pleas of Erie Co.,
ve: 2 No. Nov. Tenn, ]bell. '
In pursuanoe of a rule of oust, duly entered, the un
dersigned, appointed to take testimony in the above
entitlid cue. will attend to the duties of his appoint—
ment on the tid day of December, A. D. 2838. at his eines
at Wells Corners, in the sonny ot Brie,eammensing at
10 o'clock a. m. when and where all parson interested
may attend if they see proper.
fighsuivelkiusTiAN * qualm •
BM Allt:ll , lolr*_erbas Now Yorit 1
A FREki TOPPEE AND EIPICt !
ili, tvwslieir . wk.
Ono handreekita lawn Pt - 1 Mackerel. an a
the Cod ' • ar 13411
IL D. 17.:CDALL.