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0;1E, PA., JANUARY 31. 1867.
LeAr.—On the ldidge Bind, West of Pede
,l fill, oO Toesiay evening. a Gentleman's
The finder trill enter special favor
returning it, and be suitably rewarded.
at this office, or of 2'. E. Wilson, Ve
sta editorial rooms. ja3l-tf.
The 'eession of Court next week' will bring
o e greet number of penises from Ivey put
I the rnnoty, Asir Word sublerikers
re a fine oPPortaluilY tp lea to the prin.
es dais. We hope that all inch, who ars
of coming Wats city themselves, will not
orget for/fill the amount by the hands
r theirnelghbors who are, "A blot to the
i.e is eaflioient."
Dol4STOW.—This distinguished surgeon
physic'i'an, whose coming is always ans.
,ocisly looked for here as elsewhere, we are
;`.. 1 traced to give notice, will make his nest
rotessionaleisit to this city, -on Monday and
Tuesday, th e 11th antl,l2th days of February,
topping , as nwnal, at Brown's Hotel; for those
wo bye only, for the purpose of treating all
pisses of the Eve, Ear and Throat, Catarrh,
oronchitio, Polypus, Dyspepsia, &a. A Bre
ithre 6votion to hie profession, and the most
,ntlittainatie 'consecration of his One talents to
itho specialities in which he has - become famous.
bee placed him in the front rank of the cele-
Z br'lted surgeons - 4f the His rooms at
Clown's Floret are always crowded during his
hero, and we egain en . nonnce his oomins
L i : that patients at a distance may porern them
-elves accordingly.. *
TINE Brf.SNECIOFT FAIIII.—Thi. celebrated
eil prodocing tract, it is stated. even at the
rrecnot low price of oil. la held at the, eanr.
moos NCO of $450 000. The royalty paid
‘iarinz November last was over $33 000. On
ly about one-teeth of the fare has been de
!eloped. When the Steele farm could have
been sold far two mitlioas thlj was recanted
with diet'avAr, as it posse.sed none of the oil
bottom so eagerly 'sought after. Since it has
been found that "binffr territory" is the moat
reliable, this property hasbeen freely operat
el Bennehoff still lives on the hill top.
where for years he has had his home—had his
corn field, oats and buckwheat, which were
tilled during the,pset summer, with the same
anxiety as when he needed the avails of the
crop for his support. In possession of well
nigh a million dollars in cash. the old gentle
r:in seems to have no idea of his wealth.
Recently he was complaining to a friend that
his agent had granted six lenses on hie corn
pate/, and what be should do for corn next
summer be knew not ; said he, must break
up a new piece of ground, and for a man of
my years it's too bad l"
•The following parties have been notified at
least three -different times that they are owing
Ibis oce the sums set opposite their names.
Nitric failed to secure their attention to the
ilme by the ordinary means, we give this
public notice, in the hope that it• may meet
their observation, and isie both them and us
IL Kim Jackmiu4Lock lia en, Ps., $ 8,00
R. P. Gilson, Shetfi-id, P , 5.90
F. W. Mizener. NOw York city, 5.00
M. Denihne, North East. 5.00
D. wounay, 41.40
C. A. Peterson, Perry, Ohio, 6 50
0. W. Matteion, Marvin, N. Y., • 5.70
F. J. Wonley, Girard. 111., 8.55
J. Kennedy, Fairview, --, 9.00
S. T. Williams, Girard, • 13 00
J: Carter, Garland, • 575
S Seaton, Warren
D. E. Power.. Franklin Coi.nera,
John Nurse, Platen,
Daniel Rossiter, Cherry NW,
Jae. P. Hogue, Sparta, Wis., 3.35
W. 8.. Warner, Clermont, lava, 230
E. L Van tyke; Sherman, N. Y., • 7.50
Thomas English, SheffielJ, Pa., 2.30
N H- Johnson, Columbus, , 5.10
If Scott Albion.
E. T. Allen. Plates.
Plara Elliott. Harbor Creek. 10.00
Z Peek.'Wealeyeille, 775
8. R. Knight, -4 50
Peter Brower, North East, 4 8.75
topin oroonvoroation among our citizen)
musical taste, at the present time, is the
organ of Bt. Paul's Evangelical Church. Nis
now in thorough 'order, and, froni all that we
can hear, is en instrument of rare power and
excellencii4superior to any in the city. The
organ was built under the iramediete,euperri
aion or Prof. Mier, to whose 4011 theiscongre
gstion qwe loony of its best qualities.
On Sunday next the conecoration deremo T
r mies of the organ will take place, commencing
at 10 o'clock in the firetieon. Ttev.,l2lf. Lyon
'has been invited tp participate,. and the folr
lowing ministers wit certainly be in 'attend;
nee; - Rev. Mr. Vogt. of Buffalo ;.Rev. Mr..
Siebenpfeifer, of ,Buffalo; and Rev. Mr.
'Lesehlititof Greene township.
The . concert to raise funds to pay the Gal
since of the expenses for procuring the organ,
-*ill be given in thel,church on Monday even
ing and we are led to expect a rare musical
entertainment. The first part will consist of
Mendell , obn'e "Symphonic Cantata," and the
around part of Handers "Messiah," with de
etts on the organ by Prof 1111er and Alias
Sevin. The price of tickets has been fixed at
fifty cents, and they can be procured either of
A. Jareoki and F. Schneider; committee, of
the different church members. pr at the door.
Considerable anxiety is felt by the Catholic
population of this city, all to who will be ap
pointed to the vaeant bishopric of Erie, left
vacant by the late Bishnn Young. Father
Coady. Vicar General, a highly respectable
gentleman, is a candidate. and . his appoint
ment would, we believe, giv o satisfaction here.
but as theyspp sinting power is with the Pope.
whois, or who is not to be bishop, is *mailer
Lest the warditri - of our ootemporary's par
agraph might teed to the impression that
Father Coady is himself mating exertions to
obtain the appointment, it may be well to
cute the fame it the case. It is true that his
name has been s.tnt.ort to Rome, accompanied
by high .recommendations, but not through
any Pft - mt on his part. - Ms friends, deeming
him the proper man for the position. are mak
ing strong exertions io . his favor, hot be has,
in no ati. taken any part in tho movement.
We fully endorse all that our coteraporary
says in eulogy of Father Coady. Ile is a gen
tleman of rare personal attainments, as mod
est as he is energetic and popular, and wool i
make a most efficient Bishop."
The Democratic Standing Committee of
Northumberland county have adopted the fol
lowing resolution, whibh we commend to the
attention of our party friends in Ude county.
The present system of leaving each candidate
for office to act at his option in the matter of
baying for tickets. and aiding in providing for
►he expenses of conducting campaigns, is no.
air and ought to be remedied:
Rezalied, That far the purpose of placing
foods in the hands of the Standing Commit
tee to defeat , the expenses of the campaign,
it shall be the standing role of the party here
after to impne a tax to be ;raid to the Chair
Men immediately after each County Canyon.
lionby with peplum finely nominated for dis
trict or county offices, se follows: On each
nominee foe'rongresa, President Judge. Sena.
for, Shitriff, Prothonotary. Register and Re
'Corder, a tax of fifty dollars ; on each tiond.
nee for Associate Judge. Assemhly, Treasurer.
District Attorney and Commissioner. twenty.
flee dollars. The Chairmen of the Standing
Committee to settle his eecnnnt with the Com
mlttee•once a year. end ply over to, ba l ance
Whit hoods =vouched tat. to kb automat.
• Itsestawf jewel intemest.,
Whiff » the.differenca between a battered
dime and a new penny ? Why, nine cents.
Sale bills, in English cr German, printed e'
this office, with promptness, and at se low
prices as they_catt be cbtained anywhere. ,
A Cleveland justice fined s man five dollsrs\
for cutting hit wife's head fearful!, with a'
hatchet: Other hustles are not so cheap
in that city.
During the put season there veers built and
put in eimmission On tho lakes 93 vessel% 'P
ointing; It side, w.keeiAtiiig - ;:l i rPlbul"
- releelo - ireat idiot potion ort.-: • -
A Harrisbargoorrupondeniitlite.Dispstok .
says Sutter Lewis has announced 'himself as
a candidate for State Venturer. We doubt it.
Lowry'e ambition looks to something higher
than a third-rale State office.
For the benefit of our Catholic readers, we
_repeat the announcement that the Passion
iiiiiitltittsburgh, will bold a seriesof
Mission services, in the Fourth Street Church.
commencing on Bonds), next. '
The regular quarterly term of the etiminal
Court will commence on Monday next. An
unusually - large number of cases are to be
tried, covering nearly every crimerbOtown to
In Meadville. during the year 1866, 182 new
houses have been built, 12 have been eolaripd
and about n repaired. The sum of mom;
invested in these': improvements amounts to
The list of Sheriff's soles in Crawford, this
month, the Titusville Herald says, is the
largest Over published in the history of the
county. The property to be' sold is in all
ports of the 'enunty,. so that puro'ltivers can
"pay their money and take their choice" of
. local ion; -
- We bey: re.-sired from C. 1.1. Tremaine,
rano° pumieber, 481 Broadway, New York,
a copy of "The, Sparkling Stream," a new
book of temperance melodles, which is des
tined to become quite popular. We commend
it to the attention of the nnm teens members
of the flood Templar ladßeg in thin aec'lon.
The Si. Y. Tribune'. definition of a gentle
man IR not far trim correct ; ...The real gen
tleman," it says, "does not care to be talked
about. avoids observation, shrinks from &eta
riets, and prefers that his politeness should
be regarded as a matter of coarse, as a gift of
nature, not an acquisition, AR something which
money could not buy nor the loss of money
(or medate) take shay froth him "
In a reett case in Indiana justice com
placently ynarked, in eunaming up the testi
mony , %entlemen of the jury. in this case
the counsel on both sides are unintellieible,the
witnesses\ 'on both aides arkinaredible, and
the plaintiff and defendant are both such bad
chartseterti o that to me it is indifferent which
way you give your verdict." We have seen
cases in our Courts very nearly similar.
.We have for a long time been dealing with
the fiftn'of !Team Christian &Craig, and here
always found them one of the pleasantest
in the city to trade with. Their stock
complete, and the accommodating epirit they
display mires 'it a pleasure to do business
with them. We are glad to ego thattheie pat
ronage is'Yery large, for there is no firm la
the oily more deserving of the favor %hie at
tention of the public.
The Pittsburgh Poet has been enlarged to a
nine column paper, dressed in new type, and
very much impyoved in every respect. 'roe
proprietors seem determined to . render It a
popular and rulusble journal. It is the oily
Democratic daily West of the mountains, and
is entitled to the liberal support of our party
friends. We tree it stated that 0. Barrett, Eeq.,
formerly,nf this city, and later one of the
editors of the Harrisburg Patriot; has as
snared charge of the political department of
Financiers, the Harrisburg Patriotatimetre
now busily-employed with all their corps of
clerks, in •cyphering out why flour Should be
cheaper with gold going et 280, than it is now
with gold it only 138? We would modestly
suggest to our cotemporary that' it does not
,require figuring to•understand the roe.
Sr the cause, and the sole cause, rests
With the Western and the New York city spec
ulstors, who hate formed a "ring" to keep
prices up until they get their purses filled to
• The Meadville Republican fßadical) remark s
that "when old Thad. Steven., In his letter
the ether day. wrote, Tartan/001y for the
country, the present Legislature is mimic sus
picion.' and pronounced them 'pare men' it IS
evident be perpetrated nee of his grimmeat
serosame. If be wilt in earnest he des-rued
to have less then levels votes for entertaining
such an opinion." It farther adds that "the
press and people (Raffinate were against
Cameron, and the purchaseable politicians for
him—and greenbacks wtn the day "
\ The almanac =tots say there will be four
eolissel this year—two of the moon and two
of the On, 000arring is follows; Annular
eOlpse of the inn, March oth. Invisible here
but riso)le in Europe. Asia and Af , ica. Par
tial eclipse of the moon. March 20th; Visible
here at 3 o'clock and 42 ml . l . ll:flee in the morn
ing. Total eclipse of the sun, August 29th.
Invisible here. but visible in South America
and South Africa. Partial eclipse of th'e moon
September 18. Visible here at 7 o'clock. and
20 minutes in the evening.
The officers of the Lake Erie Press Associ
ation announce that the annual twitting for
the election of officers, &c., will be beld in
Erie, on Thursday, February- 14th, 1881, at
o'clock P., M. All members of the ?Associ
ation, andiitlitort, ex-Editors, Publisiters and
R eportere, 'who desire to beeome members, are
cordially -invited to attend, withost farther
notice. The expenses of the anttvai supper
witl be borne by the members:of the press par
ticipating. We hope the Doreocratic portion
of the fraternity will be out s y in full force;
and show our Radical brethretil - that we can
equal them in good fellowship, If we can't - in
An ambitious Erie correspondent of the
Meadville Republican says We are a s.oldid in'
politica," and adviees us to let them alone.
We plead guilty to the obarge, if the corres
pondent refers to the scheming, nacully, un
generous and unfair experiences and practices
so prevalent in political circle!. We let them
alone, and our method of doing go is regeVald
aR a wel7 Revere •••.-7'MPaleh•
Your method may be a "very .severe one,"
but it unfortunately doesn't appear to have
mech influence 'in reforming the "practice?'
referred to. aide% it be better to try an
other "method," not so "severe," but more
judicious T lielp to break tip the Radical pre
dominance, and we will soon secure an end to
the "scheming, raseally, ungenerous and4un
fair experience and' practices": which consti
tute nine-tenths of the cohesive power thet
holds the party together.
A Dayton paper says, '"lt is because many
of the 'eoliiFmen of Boston' are so solid that
they block up the highways of enterprise."
Our little city can lay claim Ito at least one
point of resemblance to the "Hub:" Though
not burdened with .an exceM of wealth, we
Still have "solid men" enough lying around to
effectually block up the way to a proper degree
of enterprise. The - incubus of g l eir propene°
bus for years laid directly in the way of the
prosperity of the city. They hold Abe lands
around the town and own the lota within It,
and will neither build themselves nor dis
pose of' the tots, at any !ecieltilMe price to
those who will build Until -the' cordon of
, violld men" is broken, Erie will not make the
rapid strides in advancement Its natural id
vantages, alitllta hapestanos as isaalreadeaa
-tre.entltle to 11.
The gargistan Tale . graph, Radical central
target!, and Ve!lost tie only - Tapirlithe State
which idvocatatl Gen; Cameron's election to
the*Senele, last Week fired the following hot
shot et its daily clteniporary in this city:
Thers.is not a man in Erie county, who be.
neves itithe integrity of ;Republican princi,
plea, orArho voted Withitithe last six years for
a R,ptiblican candidate for any °Rift: who' rec.
°intuit or believes in the Erie Dispatch as a
illapabliesnjourna". It has bean from its or.
iglu, and through all the stags of growth and
progress, the hired libelee of Republican men
and the opponent of Republican meuures.
It bas been the reviler of Lincoln—the harsh
arllltot our army; end navy', most de
testable 00ra - crater of the ben teen in the
Whereupon the Dispatch opens up Its twen
ty four pounder, as follows:
There is.comiderable talk at the Stale.. Ca
pital of startinfethere another Republican daily
newspaper, to be under the editorial control
of' I. B. Gera, late editor of the Erie flatette,
now Deem.) , Segreurty of State. Although
generally spokes of, wo do not believe there
is much. truth in the rumor. , It cannot be
denied, however, that the capital city is
greatly in. need of a first class (Lily newspa
per, and if it should fall to the lot: of Repub-
Jinn, to undertaketbe publication rf such a
oheet at that place, it would materially benefit
The brotherly kindness shown by these two
organs of Republicanism betokens the feelings
of amity which prevail among the leaders of
the party. We shall look with interest for the
Telegraph's nest attempt.
The independent stand taken by our deny
cotemporary has provoked the maledictions of
all the Radical party !lecke in this election.
They abuse it woreei than they ever did the
°bare ver, - 'in -the hottest campaign. As a
specimen al" the spirit displayed, witness the
following from the p en of Mr. Cowen, of the
Warren Mail, who hods a clerke.hip in Wash.
"Gov Gervy gets the curses of the copper
heeds and such 'radical platy pap•re' es the
Erie Dispeitee, who.. filluence, if it has any,
is Lori often'ort the rebel aide."
Its aitifinence'!--thiek, of than—the influ
ence of the Erie Iliipsteh—"is too often on
the repel el lo!" Oh, Jupiter! oh; shades of
the "Martyr President !" After our.rotempo.
nary has toadied and truckled to the Republi
can party, against the better conscience of its
editor—after descending to the farthest depths,
of Radicalism..-lif this the reward of its o.loy
atty ?" Who can doubt any longer that Ile
publicans' (if not Republics) are uncrateful ?
Our neighbor will now be able to appreciate
on bow alight a cause thhcitarges of "disloy
alty"' can be'bired, and' perhaps have mare
mere, in future for those who have been dub
bed "Copperheads," ' , Butternuts," "'traitors,"
&c., for daring to do as it has donethiniting
differently' from the rascals in offies.
The temperance cause In this section is
meeting with a wonderful revival, through the
instrumentality of Rot. J. A. Davidson, State
lecturer of the order of Good Temptare. lie
has delivered addressee to Waterford, North
East, Union, Corry and Warren, fn large and
intertlated audiences, and at the close of-eanh
very encouraging Good ,Templar lodges have
been orgvnired. We believe kis Mr-David
enei's intention to continue hie labors in the
North Wait until every -town of any import
ance has its Gtiod Templar lodge, trusting to
the efforts of the original lodges for the ex
tension of the order - into the - smaller commu
nities, The work is one in which, ho should
have the co-operation and heartiest good wit . th_
es of every citizen. Moral influence in the
umopee.......ovensent. as in most others,' will
effect more than all the laws that could be
enacted from now 'till doomsday.
Messrs. Thayer & Noyes are refitting their
ems for the nett Bummer campaign. Their
chariot is to be the moei-elegant lo the coun
try. and will cost $3,000. The design is by
the versatile Chevalier—who can do anything
from painting a handsome picture to makings
wood engraving,--Bad the work ie to be per
formed by \lmre. Platt & Cockett, of Girard.
The Girard Union says Messrs. Thayer &Noyes
are "about making arrangements to combine
with Van Amburg & Co.'s Menagerie. They
hare also sent an agent to Mexico, for the
purpose of purchasing twelve casuals. One of
their groat features- will bp the smallest
elephant in the world, but thirty-five iaohes
In the House, as Washington, on Saturday,
'the 19th. Mr. Scofield, of our district, made a
speech, comparing Secrt;tary Seward to a dog,
and the Comparison elicited so much applenee
that the speaker had mach diEeen'ty to restore
order Mr Scofield inquired if his time was
out, to which Thaddeus Stevens replied :
I'The Sneaker is only calling -you to 'order'
for doing injustiee to the dot." This remark
was provocative of another burst of Applause , .
All. of which. illustrates more plainly than
ever the justice of the Radical claim that the
decency, morality and intellect of the country
are all in the ranks of their-party.,
We again remind our readers that this lien
tion has been flooded with counterfeit $lO end
$1 National Bank bills and greenbacks. De
tective Varney, on Saturday, showed ne no
lee. than half a d'ozen which bad been passed
in different portions of the county, and re._
turned to him for assistance in detecting the
parties. They are poorly executed and would
deceive none WhO examined theM, but the ab
sence of counterfeits heretofore ha. made
most perions so careless in taking National
money that we doubt not the counterfeit
ers will.have little trouble in "shoving" their
A decision of the Internal Revenue tieplrt
meat, which will - fattiest the ladies, is to the
effect that t•if a.marriage certificate is to be
returned to some public officer to constitute
part of a public record, it requires no stamp;
bat it It is to be deliverid to and retained by
the parties. a five cent stamp should be Oit
a" The consequences would be awful if
some of the othersex, who have been married
within the last two rears, in looking at their
marriage certificates, should find them without
From a North window in the office'of the
Petroleum Centre daily Era, fifty.tivsderrieks
can be teen at a eiegls glance, and nearly as
many more might be counted but for the
buildings which obOrate the view at the
field. A large portion of these wells—abont
one-half—are producing oil in paving quanti
ties. We doubt there befog another stretah
of territory in the oil regions, of the same di.
menslons, on which there is a larger bulk .of
'Why is It that business men' and property
owners, .when the pavements are as slippery
as they have been of late; do not display
enough of the ..milk of ?Inman kindness" to
suttee a few ashes In front of their premises!
few shovels faltof ashes, and s osttpie min
utes' time spent by each one whose place of
business -or residence is on our prominent
thoroughfares, .would add, at such periods;
an inexpressible amount to the public com
Something should be done to improve the
'condition of our sidewalks. The ordinance
'requiring them to be cleaned after a fall -of
snow is scarcely heeded, and for two-thirds
of the winter they have been shockingly dis
agreeable.• We would suggest that the pollee
be given each a district, and required to notify
every person therein of his duty on the sub
Rev. James Freeman Clarke, in a recent
lecture. said be wondered why young women
indulged in Itallantior.eama =di:lore= Mout;
under pretensibriinging, and why they did
not prefer to sing•some of the beautiful
melodies which abound in our language.
A gvse =soy other sensible people hsvearon
dorsi la the IMMO waif.
Tlo low gala in paid to met ndolgtera 41
aphiaet whieh-le - engaging the altentiot - 14-
Isms of our oitemposarier. - It is a fact, as,
stated by ode of them, that in the majority af
cases, "a third rate lasiyor gen make double
whet ministers receive; a 1if.)9 4 dry Pods
clerk is paid as mash, aid all the leveed pro.,
fusions bring ample reward:to aeon of ability;
but the ridable:, mash preach, arei pray, sad
exhort, and Somfert, sad •Lit, aed be esti.
oimd sad thumped from poet to VW, andelll
in meekness and petleaos, without- **quite
lama to proviqe thesettielmemaseleafotbis
householt, iissOss his esstiel.
ty and M reproach. mete - CltrisflanifT, that
mialstere are aol adequately nimikeisted."
The Cleveland Plaindesler, referring to the
indecent eAttok made by Scofield and Stevens
upon the Secretary of state, remirke as fol
lows: • t
'',We are donbtfal whether anytbiag coming
from Scofield or Stevens can be considered" as
insult. We do not suppose Mr. Seward will
regard them as f insults. considering their.
source. And then, too, Mr. Seward may have
the consolation of reflecting that, even, it he
were a dog, it is better to- ho a respectably
sagactoni pointer, held in esteem for. honor.
able service and intelligence, than a rasnitlr:
yelping. ill-natured cur, pretending to 'decen
cy,' without a particle of the genuine com
'The Corry daily Telegraph has again ens
peaded publication—this time. we guess, fora
finality. The publisher has; for ionse months,
been complaining of a want of adequate sop
petit, and he bits probably decided that print
ing a paper for the public benefit, et- the ex
pense •of his own puree, is Dot a profitable
business- Rorie except printers' can form
conception of the enormous cost attending
the publication of a daily paper. = -
According to the Warren Ledger I , thla
ter, up to January let, has been the most pro;
lip for deer banters of any in many years.
There have been not far from' five_ hundred
shot by persons centering in end around War
ren, :'.llcKesn, 4 "Elk and Forest counties. Tak
ing all that have been killed in these counties,
with depots at Warren, Ridgway, Kane and
Wilcox, and we have no doubt the number
will roach one thousand. • Charley Jones, of
Kane, has killed bitty." -
On Tuesday Morning of last Week, a woman
named Jane Ratigan, formerly of this city,
was found lying by the roadside, near Detroit;
Mich., almost dead with cold. She was taken
up and cared for, but the help came too late,
and a short time after he died. Her story is
the old one of love,..geducti k on, and desertion.
Finding herself disgraced, and discarded by
her friends, she became an outcast, and has
gone down to a dishonored grave. . •
The Titusville Herald thinks "if Johnson is
impeached it requires little politioal sagacity .
to predict that Bee. Butler will be the stand
ard-be:tree of the Republio!.n party is the
next Presidential eleetion."_ We kwoir of no
min in the country whom Democrat, world
rjiher see the Radical nominee.
A local cotemporary' tells a hluashaueen
story of a lady in one of the adjoining towns
Who went to church with a waterfall of such
ponderous proportions that the sexton wee
.compelled to give her a seat in the extreme
front, in order to be enabled to close the front
The Elk Democrat office le soon to' be pre:
riled with &job power press, which will en
able it to compete in quality of work with any
office in this section. The enterprise of the
present proprietor is richly deserting of a lit
trial- reward .
The dieadvaatages of living in uthe,freest
government on the facie' of the earth," just
now. may be realized-xtea.iLie,kwatra-tiaL
ten dollars will buy a broadototh cost,- eight
dollars a traveling suit, and thirty-two cents
a pair of kid gloves in London.
The Fenian Volunteer is the name of a new
paper established in Buffalo to advocate the
interests of the &Well froni which Makes it. ,
name.- It is • neat locklug.and , v!gsvntsly
edited journal. -
Peter Friedrichs, a young German known to
almost evorybody,will. soon open a ne*s, book
and notion etand,in the room on Federal Hill,
Iltely occupied by the Misses Loesoh.
The eighth annual bsl! of the crew of the
U. 8. 8. Michigan will be held in Farrar Hall,
on Friday evening, Feb. let, insteadefliednes
day, the 9th, u before announced.
Unnatural mothers seem to be numerous in
Cleveland. On Tuesday night three young
babes were left on the door steps -of different.
relderiaes in that city.
UNION St TITUSVILLE R. R.—The - manage re
or. the Union Titusville Retire . ad Comnarty
here concluded to execute es mortgage of the
road to eeonre one hundred and fifty thonsand
dollars of mortgage horde, is order to !Wise
the rum requisite to oosepleta theworit These
bonds will bear seven per cent. interest, pay
able semi annuelly,in Philadelpbla,and are of.
fared to • nbscribere at seventy five cents.
The entire iron, including the eails,ipikes,
chairs and !twitcher, is provided to beltaiti for
in -the Company's bonds, secured by first
mortgage, and which is limited to two bond
red thousand dollare.and the amount prob
ably net, exceed $175,000
The debt of .the
CntoPsnY will thus be with
in the sum of.s36o,ooo,requiring hilt $54,600
per annum of nett earnings to pay the entire
. The proceeds of the sale of the proposedle.
ens erp,,second mortgage bonds,will APT com
plete-the road, with necessary sidings. depot
bnildinge,water tante, &c., and extinguish the
floating debt, About one half of the grading
was done last year. --
The. rate at which these bonds are offered
will give to the holders about ten percent. per
annum. and it is believed that the security is
perfect and ample. The cheapness of the line..
the large business that will at once be thrown
upon Nand the economical andhighly favorable
ammgements made with the Penn's Railroad
Company for running the road, obviating all
necessity for expenditure for iollingitOck. af
ford the vtgengest esiturenceof • largemirplue
ever and above the sum regtiiyed, to provide
_grades and sharp curvatures be
tween Co y and Centerville, the point of di
versants from the Oil .Creek -road, render it
certain bat a large portion of. the brisiness
now c led over that line will be brought
over the new ionti. ~. .
The Oil Creek Railroad earned last year
$1,004,904.76. or at the rate tot about thirty.
four thousand dollars per mile. ' At the rams
rate the Union & Titusville would earn five
hundred thousand dollars per annum. gross.
sod nett (thirty per cent.). $160,000, or six
times as much as will be required to pay its
Making every reasonable allowance for a
division of business, and for a possible, but.
not probable, falling off in the carrying trade.
there would seem to be no question- of the
great value of the line and the certainty of its
proving one of the most profitable coeds in
the country. •
It is well known that all the lines of rail
road leading into the oil region are highly re
munerative and make large returns upon their
cost, but leaving out of view. the oil business
and taking merely the average earnings of or
dinary roads, this line, on &counter tbechesp
new of its coistruction, there being no ex
pensive or heavy work upon it. mill pay hand
some dividends to its stockholders after paying
all interest and expenses.
Apart from the advantages of these bonds.
as a me7e.investment,the benefits to be derived
to Erie from the construction of a direct line
of railroad to Oil Creek, deserve lobe consid
ered. Erie.altheugh In actual distance neare'r
by many miles to the oil diattict than' Cleve
land, has, as is well known, up to this time;
enjoyed hot a comparatively small share of
the immense business derived from• that re
gion, from the want of direct rail con:monies
Buffalo is now reaching , for the Oil trade by
her Cross Cat Railroad.-which wilLtioon be
completed A comparison of distance' will
show the immense advantsee ttie city of Erie
wilt have over either of her rivals by thecom_
ple to f this direct road. It is not extrema
-1 t o soy that the line. when , opened. will
be indirectly in the increase of trade.
and travel, and otherwiee,more theatre times
its whole cost.
The dilatators from Critertrille, taking that
nine as the diverging point, ars as ifellons :
e.to CteTo4434 178
natrid% - Pro* Cat
tea -trio. llaion,A , Ti-
G . 1 . ,1,8!' Erie 4sitroads. 4.14
Digreallalt faeor - of Erie - oiee Cleveland
tr in eriin 2 '2 d
mum. ".c de over u se 7
Soda el- auhilitiption for the seven per
ciout• Pods of the. Koine &
vile Barns.. L **mom at. the • Keystone
National Ilrfr. Subscription* evil) also
hetreetved,l/7 ;loam. lumber of the Citisente
!hips:tatero-tc4t4. - Aforrisen; lAD Clemens and
The Meadville isiabliewkdoes not liketee
suggestion af,4llr.:Bnolieldls name for Tnited•
Staley - atom. or; ',IA( Mr. llnetaletee time
ev.ires. • "We might" Reap, "Without mneh
difficulty be able to chow that the correspond- -
eat la qapttion oitheTperenually interested
in Stsoileld'e advaneement, or don't believe
what he sees." It furtheitekeel l oicasion to
give its opinion. f the present R disal Legia—
'stare ite Weis
, "Manifestly the people should -45 marettsre-
M it their selection of members Tor the Leg
If they select ectallawar, triaketere,.
and unscrupulous demagneues, men of email
calibre and no honesty, they must expect to
be cold. The people may exact pledges. may
Issue instructions,: and express themselves
vier so strongly is resolutions, bat what does
it 611 atrktr t In if they ebrune tobe represent
ed by seme unprincipled knave who seeks s,
Isgialstitee office for blank mail purposes?
Now It in a very easy matter far the people to
brieg about a reform if they simply determine
to do so. They should select no mso for a
representative position unless they know him
to be trustworthy, In everycounty the greo
bedy.ofthei resale are familiar with the char
acter end ettioding of meet tit 'bate who seek
olhoit? Thee eliontl sot on their own know
ledge of men, and hot state themselves to be
lenient:led by the importunitfes'ef politicians.
They: should, gent thole best .soeld When
ever a representative !Medallion to the with
of Ha cottetituente, they should take Abe first
spportunity to repudiate him and thrust him
aside. A merciless polies...of this kind would
speedily improve the morals of politics and
rescue the State from the corrupt practices of
• AU of theiwbove Tioundv quite pretty, but,
,will the Republican "praettee what- it preach
es ?" Will it, when some of these "snails.
gs, tricksters and unscrupuloas. dema
gogues." "of email calibre and honesty,"
get Radical nominations in future, give them
its support.ne heretofore ? Orwili it, as,usut
al, continue to supnort the party nominees,
revardless of whether they are imp, saint or
devil? We have seen a great many-of these
nice moral essays before, in papere,of that
political stripe—bat, alas ! 'when ibe test day
came, the it'ourage of the editors oozed at
their finger's ends.
Eistatnrtms.—The Erie Dispatch calls Gov - -
ernor Geary a bullhead and a touter. The
Republican Journals—or some of them—abuse
their own men en roundly that there is noth
ing for Diannorats to say.—VemutgoteSpeeta
J,C11:4:4 0:4 41
Rvni—Minitnaus—On the 22d - inst., at the
residence of the bride's father, by Rev. H.
S. Nolen. Mi. T. M. Ryan, of Fairview, Pa.,
tolfinn Ellie A. Montague,. of Mine, Cita
tangos Co:, N. Y.
limns-oven— Cultism—in Meadville, on the
=4h:int., by Rev. J. F. Spaulding, Rector
of Bt. Paul's Chetah, Erie, Frederick
dekoper to Virginia Christie, both of Mead
Foors—Coopm-012 the 24th inst., by Rev.
.1, M. Pressley), Mr. Min Foote, of Harbor
creek,:td Miss Rachel Cooper, o4'
Co., Pa., on the 16th lest:, at the residence
of J. L. Taw, Esq., by Rev F. Brown, Mr.
Atripps , Martin. of Girard, Pa., and Mrs.
o - carde.
Soninss—Enows—By the earne, at the M. E.
Parsnnace, on this 204 icat., Me. Atoms%
N. Noires, of Lafayette N. I'., to Miss
Frank M. Brown; of . Union Mills, Erie
aitt•=l:taihtlgth matt , at Wr.
Again _ auto meet , _ .:aruunr, Ind.;
of Lung Fever, John SI. Ifobbard, formerly
of, Erie. aged 41 year&
GREENE—in ado city; on the 80th Inst., after
a shirt ilineaa, Mary. ' , clunked child of
lohnr,ll. and Mary Greene. Aged 1 year and
Fon Anat.—A. Two-Story Prime Howe,
No. ISO Eaet9th et., between Parade and Ger..
man. ,Possenion gives April Ist.. Apply on
the promisee, or to F. St M Sehiandecker,
grocers, State St. ' jal7T3w*
Tun: OnnArror Arra*Orrow or rnr. Etaisox
70A. nu, iix num DAYS OSILY.-
Black Brocade Bilk worth $1 75 for $1.12i
11 1 Rep " $2 00 1 ' $1 50
' " .4 44 $2 25- $ 1 6 . 5
44 , 44 i 4 44 $2.75 " $2.25
111 &I .4 a $4.00 II $3 . 00
$3.25 Is $2 . 50
- Colored Reps at from $1.25 to $2.40.
Colored Plain from $1.25 to $2 00.
l'oplins worth $2.00 for $1 25.
..1 $1.50 for $l.OO.
• $3 00 for $2 50.
a 2pr e e Clothe at from $lOO to $1.37 7.
-Mermoa'at from 850. to $1.50. '
'Mink Pura lees than New York cost. N,
I S&LS Striped Muff and Collar worth $l,OO
for $7O • •
2 San 8 Striped Muff sod Collar worth $9O
S Sett 2 Striped Muff and Colter worth $75
• 1 Sett 2 Striped Muff sod Collar worth $6O
.A few Sett of Squirrel Fars from $l2lO $l5.
A few Sett of River Miok Fors worth $lO
for $6. - • -
I will sell the balance of my Shawl atoek
below cost, consisting of Double and Single
Paisley; Long Wool and Broehe Shaer* &c.,
Sta. Call early to Sod the best lieortment in
Erie:- at P. Hasitions,
No. 716 State St., bteigen Bth and Bth.
Site. The Slate Normal School. st Edinboro.
Erie Co.; Ea., is the place for young men and
women to attend school. The State aerie!•
those intending to become teachers.
8. 31. Weiget. preetigat Piano Forte tuner,
of. the firm of Weigel & Ziegler. (Were Tv
oeived at , Weigel 6rZiegleen Music Store. 820
State Street, Erie, Janl7 Ito.•
ter .For s parloi or sitting room stove, no
one itt equal to the Moraine Olory. for sale by.
Nimrod .8: Company, 605 French .tree?.
ger A fire made in the Morning Glory
Move can be kept an all the winter round,
without kindling. For Male by Himr , d
Company, 605 French [street. ,00t.25-tf.
SirJ. E. Grose's Erie City Well igence
Office, No. 1,252 Fate Cf. islo'67l,
1,4 X 913 C W' s o R S 111 - '0 T C E.-
Lettere tedfflorettry on tte,ortete ` 4 . l 3ll,triltisui
deed. late of Eli Civet to:. - Die ehuoti,Sa., bating
been envied to the estecriben Doti • herrtir le sins to
ell 'persons todebted to &d estate to mate imarritito
payroeatood ell those harlatelaktat,or demands preirtet
sal estate viii preemet them. doh, aittgruchatipd for
sattlement,ot or betore_Maretlit.lBBT.
ELLIS WEST, Zreentor.
E't creek, Jan. Z. 1 8 6 7-141-g" • .
FORM U. 91111.11.4. 1 t.
0r annrineeso St7III7TOR.
Recldeme ecmsir Stith Sbeet and kart iren.e. Etat
. • AU elm
pIIBLIC HOUSE .FOR. UENT. .
anderilenrd offs* for twat hie new And, pweet•••
lyteeetsa at North Point. The MUM, bfaby d I feet
oa the erased and «intents se rooms on the Nona
floor. The property Is one we of rood ar.ble lid.
Thlaboass, shwa eon pleholorill hoe all the onnesta
totes of a nest ekes hotel. ana le attested Dear the
depot of the PhOod -aphis k Erie railroad. Pomona de ,,
enter se , mead the 121116121 r months is ashler and
latattei easawegate here to great masers on amount
of the tutaltlealuere of the ellsate, the pletareepie
sabred seseery. sad the laialtable quaint of the water.
in a wore, There 11 no tame to P vast - leads that pre
sentees assay natant attendants to people aellrou of
zwareatleak, • •
("Poseenatatr h 1 be glees on the Int of Aar% 16117 •
o. C. 'sum.
lefeeseepolfr. Trozefl, Leek Haven; galonsy s ,
Earth Stank (stud.. .
THE. BEST LAN rERIT
108 rAtleilea USE, lii A?
SOFP,- PAT TBESO! & CO.'S
SW 'YAM= *TRUST.
Valsosltibeitste Ind ads.- aggilf
Lao* prry coLLeme,
NATIONIA 1 TEL WEA PU tNBTITUT k
Coma of lam sad St. abdr Mrs,*
PIT I 8511 ROES. PA.
ml Larsest, Cbsapast, Wet
ACTUAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
PI : THE MORD SfATICA.
Durlorthip pad ten rum oewardept
JIFTEEN THOUSAND 'STUDENTS,
itrpresentlis wryly 13..5t0 to the Woe, ham* palasted
A .70 7 LEM OP ACTUAL Eltlliltirs9. 'spatted vitb
&DEA Stone. P , IADDIea, CoMentraion fircAmis;Thivr.
anee.Dealroad. Wrimbnit &IA *.barapb Mite% ace,
evil:Moine TANORY AND P.R.A.11101.
13,114 6 11111 APO thoroughly lastraeurit la all the yrraaoltaa
PRACTICAL BUSINESS ZDIICATION
lochsaing Rook lot clog. Poocoatabio. ArilhauHq Cos.
tegotriet I aw. Potitiaal Remsomy. Raciness Ctorrestatid
one., tko Art or hotretiog Coloterfeit Money. Ra
tog, tßourstriatiog, Totortaphittg, - Practical Ratiktoo,
aftlentit caw eokt•r at Aar flaaa and complete a fall
roam In from alert ta twelve wilels.
pl Mr' ail expectant t ar Tuition, Book; Mash and
r•inrokailln. Stairr6laVag, finittotAing, 84-king
or Diploma. as in &hot Collor.: Vow icwona dal?, to
Penmanship to all at admits in the Cotoccmcial Depart
rOROIRctJj4T e , glen Intl Information, fwd ens -
tatting • emp *to mattes of oaVryeteret ot Preened
Bolus. Edettethu. torether.lith
From pried& Ihtehteee V. Nevehatte. B:•ok-keepers,
Ran k ere . de, Wiese the vtitedole,
9 111tE k COWLEY, •
j+24•IR.Gm - - Pittitearsh, Pa.
reltle Eft dl BWIGENIS.
A. 4 wholesale design 1*
FINE • GROCERIES, FRUITS,. NUTS,
TOYS, ' NOIIONS. CR &CICEII9.
TOBACCO AND CTGARS
Always oa hand slur Took of
FINE AND PLAIN CANDY,.
Ot ively Variety.
NTJTS, I CRACKERS,
. I •
W Manahiaters naps bat Um bast quill% and at to
low pearl aik
PURE AND .F.A.LEABLE CANDY
Can be sold
. All Orion will mom prompt attantioo.
- BENEB & MOMS,
FANCY GOODS. STORE!
BENER a BURG-ERR,
opeiod at .
730 STATE STREET,
A RETAIL CANDY, TOY, FRUIT
AND NOTION STORE,
Where ilkeir cadmium. will always find
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF 900DS
IN OUR LINE
?bey will keep • good lois of
TOYS, NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS
OP EPIST VABIETY,
- fir Wag Yanalbetarera. their 6.ellitlas aro Iho
boat for 1113 ppirini ttudr midtowns at% NUM CANDY
EIVNER 6 MGM,
180 Rata Street.
VOLLB9II OW PENIVA.
The milt term of tits lertitatiom, wider Its re worm
trail:moral eneeprooe en the letit,day ofSermary. 181frr:
for berme or retaliator', estatoeuee. to.. address ,
JOHN MAAR& Pre 't,
Jalo.2hr. ' Agit:Naval °allege, Cadre Co., t 11.
Nrreoo, 'my vita. Loom% au latt my bad and I,rd
without my consent. and nitboatjaet eaute or proems
tfo, ; eta Is to notify all p gems. Dot to harbor or trust
er on me account, as I axon pay me &Mt* of MT eon
treati MUM WILLIAMS.
'Ty., Jan. 7,18rt-Jalo-81r.
eLEIGIC BELLS 1 . •
A Large Pthek of _
ALL STYLES AND QUALITIES,
Tai at, by
J. C. BELTIEv
pARTNE &WHIP PsOr 1311.
- we ihars mediated enreeivre together in beldam'
- under the flan nem of Pat. at Eau, tipeut Company.
With ear leezmed t•esltties Ire feal emildent es eas
ell all eiders after this date.
L. A EVIWORTII. ,
P. B. 21011101112.
Jae Ty. Waterford. P!.
FOR ..t...-A Hoist aO4 Lett In tatalb -Mo.
*Ulla tato wtatates Ira% at the aosantOlt OS tot
86x160 OW. Two start, doable boas!. with collar. Good
wall at orator, barn and watt. tn., 'ati , Ms Protislism
Tattoo eat. wan 4w.) • 5
FARM:. FOR SALE. .
Of no seat about 101 saes cleared. the balsam la
rod timbered bad, with • hoess and tarn on It ; a
pens, orchard of IV wafted *pals tem sad some
otter trait trees.. Hitustwl. first tares Routh! of. Panel
Tleki•eds. o• the Mrs Rood. sod *bent tear ISM
free Eris. Ps.; to - West Millarek Township. Tat forth'
particulars sons ire of
amrle-tt 6124 8 / 1 0 BRAWL
DOFF, PATTERSON & CO.,
81S !RIMER STREET
HAVE GOT GROCTsRIEB TO SLL
' • MO'S AM roZ94t
posy LIBERTY WEU TIC LAM,
Illral do i ons iintl listiliwai id • item emit Um Ga.
atop. 'by ilk, - Kunifietriel ally by -
• ZIEGLER _ 4 • SMITH, .
111710t4114,1X DAM Mar 4 014188 illt4l .
2lt S. , •
• Re. My So% Iwo sties, Phil.
• I -
telle:11211L-1. 2•5••••4 Latium'. tiotli MUL
- Poom•sa g!••• 4111• U IR . lined;
F4TATE FOR SALE.
.T. 42 - v. 8 0.13p. : N0 aD west ttb t• 11 6411694
Two story (nom No m West 6th Kt . new and good
film gory Inure. go. 1116 DFi t&I 84, Caashity hogs%
bargain. Ow $3 IrCk
Or sad ow-half story tram*. Nn. Kline St , coin
nor eomfortabDt bonne. prtas $1,400. ;
Two NUM h . , e, do 211,Trat 9th St.,l3otors hour,
good haildtsciad Wm; ,
Two st.ry Drama aeJo!ofag P. b R. R... ea 11th et,
will be lola at a baraafa.
On. ard bee Lalf story !ham lot 20st2g. otitth St.,
woad West orState, deorsbls for bulimic
Ywn tor .A1601.11'0 ?mere. propel of II- 114 - Wit•
son. flout , Erie, lot . ChM, hoedlot he the Borough,
Two dozy tram% No. as gut gisfato honr la
doe ordo .41 roma* sal wood otwil W Id boor. e mow
op it Pi, tom to, !kw. prim $l,BOO. Moderato WW2.
Ono awl C.:4-ball story Noe. No., Canal st. colt•
wet:tart to ' , whom, bow. in good ardor. Wilds an!
out, allot sod wool bozos. Pe co VIM.
60 a 'cm., barn, bons., 10 isc-in wood 9 wilios irons
218 nun nu flank Rood, 100 'mu •aod, VIM Emden
style boor. lair orchard Wpl .sahlani for 'MY Par
arty 'IVA°. Rassonuble dionaat for al! each.
Bewley plus. en Ruth& Peed. Nand bet,llononee,
vsleaVe f rpernneerte, 20 sera tlmbsr, prim *12,0/Xt
s 7 term two toflos trom slit, rood Itootovotottoto;
dlr'do to ouit port.hasoto, per acre $llO.
45 acne. 11.8 mite►fr , m eStr, brie% homer.
.414. IFX 4
improvement". pan $4.5C03
- 190 sena In Ore 29 3- 41Mirglark•••10410 VAL
113 ■cm ♦He 11aDA QM tost nnualest4 war
Etat, pries per sem VAL • - . •
147 seam to Ilarbercreek, very dasirabla and &tap,
per acre $75.
Mr lot oo West Bth 86 Vo 14111, Pegoo *2400.
-- do do 10th do 758. do IMO.
do do 4th do CO, do 1,11 , 0.
do do .11th do 881, do Mae.
do do Bth do 1486, do 1,600
Ctt7 tote on West Ittt St, No., 102,140 and 1W
Wert half otoutolots 289 and Si In Into to soli par- .
chum; terms easy.
A number or tots to out-lot IDA on Wahl° Rout
Iglifuht olrm T .
tfl o : or tn out-lot 68T VW 10th and 11th SM.;
IIATE9 & itzrues.
Avoids and-Drelere to Reel WS*
1e52441 ; nand SPAWN. Rd% Pg.".
Dts. JUAN DELA, %surf,
Are prepazia by Hos liossiours. 6 midst* & Dupont,
pharmaceutists, No. 214,5 v Lambast Tula, Imo tb►
piasetiptioo of Dr. Joan Dslanatos, abler *Vigils to
th. Hospital do Nord on L.* olsere. .
. tunas or nacoicananatlOX.
Prin. Way •tb• I WW.
thrntlemen—We ha the oflpecido, Pills' made
Inn Dr. Delszaarres te
prescription, Wing sewn years
park In our private and public rutin, and lain found
thins most noirgetia and ellident ninedlin meg of
Bpsinigabogis or Besalnal Weidingri. nigh dilly or
neon ;us ecaselonat realm or. niterun
nodal deningeothata nth', canon muffin; wanutrine
erring from secret habit' and annul aneasee; ratan.
thin of the radial on eptaillidfactions of the
eyes; **Woe or 'quiet dust" &pinta In flu urina;
"Wintl'deohligennlaser. of toe On, rith ante;
cheeks or blooding *.pineher feature; brardbd ,
anion of tha heart, and In all the 'bony train of
arliptome Wing nun over no, ;Innen, or ion, froak
any cause, ef the anyone forge.
We earneally advise the plobrodon; and all pan=
anthring from any sytertointn or aff•atioos of
la. 'woo-wormy 'AIM& 10 12all t3.M pi L Witt
gb , !art. ir• Ik ni u lt i ine.tar lies, IL P.
• - O. D. DreanDur, 11. D.
/sea Ds Litocams IC D.
To Gersaelefeit Dupont, fro. VS Ens Wilbert!. Pares.
Sodootory and studious occupation; viefi, anxieties,
or lantern tar di to hapsir the " vital adios of he
bun. distrening and. truitarissing disorders of the
oi its anten Etndenta, clargymem, and'arytni, then,-
fare, Ina in.nodally liable to iliage wriltansui
Amid neortlgromptly to Pr. Dehonane's Biocide rills.
• pamphlet, oont.ining fall tertigillan. nth dine
tins asO sdrtee, Flinn La Pinch Garman. Spanish,
u glyEu sectoopeee tech boil. ft, be Mt by
mil, mat, lo afinn sad ert
-. Prior hi par or At bone forit n _. 7 , •
Sold by all the principal draggiete; • or ' nal limp int
to..ti, wordy nab d from all obearvation, os recent
the op/rifled pries by any if:attuning, agent. or b. the
eon plural agents for aensrica, O.ICAR. O. MOMS h
Co, iff Cortioadt At., N. Y. Authorized agent. for
Erie: J. B. Cana & Co., Halt L Warfal.
ciltBAT EXGLI U 11113180 V .,
PSOTECTED BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT
ITEL\EBBATIED PEJO .4 , LX PILLa
Prepared from a Primer too of air. J. Parke, 11. D.,
Pnialefau Exiasoettlaary to the queen.
Tata invaluabl• mulleins Ai unfailing la the ewe ;dal!
twos painful and &sterna' Libman to which the halals
constitution la aubleet. tt
p iodeistas all evens and ar
MOM Obetradians ftom whatimlT caw. -Jk epeogy
sous may be felled on.
TO MARRIAD LADIES -
it Is peculiarly suits& It erill,ln a add that, bring cis
the monthly period with
.CAa lO N.
lbw Pills aimed k tanslT Faseks ariag
FIB3T• THRSK MONTHS of Prirmaqh Magi 411
ant to Wag as Jews/via" /kot d day dia. time day
In all eases of Neiman and Spinal Affiections t Paine in
the Back and Limbs. on slighlonertionitalpita
tion of the Heart, R! ceased Whites, those Pins will
effect a core when all ether lawns have tailed: and al
though a pointed tetnedy. do nottentalntron,ealomel.
anthnony or anything hurtful to the eonititntion
Poll direction., la th. pamphlet mound stab ;wham
thick &mad be earehuly
Sold by Drug g late. =yr bottle.
It lo the fate of *eery valnable meilleine to be conn
terfeWd. Be motions, tharefue, and us that the Ist
ten .1.4111." are 11 VII In the bottle. and that each
wrapper hear, ti • fee-simile of the Rion tare of I. C.
Ilta'derto # Co., and Job Moue. Without Wild now
N. —ollie dolls, wltb subteen outs for r i =
enclosed to awe authorised mat or to the le
gad for the Bolted States sod British damiebros.
JOB 1t08105,27 Caritas& St. Nu Tod,
vtll luaus a bottle eontainloillft Warn Man.
ssenrely_sealod Bea obsanstkm. dirents.for
all # Warfel. And J. Curial a CO.' - 0r.16:1750w
flOdle. • '
TZE PLACE' TO BUY COAL CHEAP 18 AT
Coal Yawl ? comae cf Twelfth and Nash Eltrasto,Nsist
Ps., who harp cowdantly as hood Lehigh sad Pittston
gas. am) and praintod. Sinisootiw, Bps, Stem
and Nut aim; Bituirdwou. fot grits and steno, sod
BLOSSBURG, PITTSBURG AND BEAVER,
For Maelangth Parposea. • -
Oar Coat Is all reached by rail, la kept an dry plank
we offer greet Indoedatente to partial irtabing to by
in tbeir *inter ripply, also to dealers puretuslng by the
tiooar Moot as a eon tad II o roma Umo to gios satlafao.
IVIAN BOOTh—How Lost! How Hoeft:Wed
mJust publishied a new ot
••• Cutterweirs relebrated sac on the
radical cure (without wediehn.) of
liPennatoniscsra. or Fewisal
inveduniser Sendea` Los,* hopetenev, Yenta) and
Phl deal locapseity liopidiments to Vsniade. etc. ( •
also cousumpfta, sad Tito induced by
Indolgense or a.w.l estravesloce.
le? Prim Is a waled envelope. owl 6 eats.
The celebrated atllor in this admirable wow .aced?
desnosstnitea, from a thirty year auccersfat practice,
that the alarming coosegosnoes of aelf.abus• may be
radical's cured without the ciaoaverous use of Warns'
medicine ur the spplisatlon of the betis:—pniatirg out
• mode of curs at ones shop% attain and Obelus% by
weans of which every suirwer, no matter what his eon
dittos may be e may curs himself .haply privately and
or This lerdore should be lo the Imola of groir7
youth In the lard.
Pont under seal. In • plain envelop*: to any address
post-paid, en receipt of at= ceat4 or Weir post stamps-
08A1 J. C. HUN! 4 CO..
d..4°4132 117 low?. N. Y. Poet Oboe Boa OM
A tcp/4111 •111 A LPL. _ •
7 - . .......
Thaz ei nt yealthin of Base licilltirsou. Byron
rettlilkinson and bec
Ira VWdsur. miner
children 6 11.41911kluaan. deerreidorill• Fell at nubile
Pio, en the premiss', on dIATIMDAT, NTS 2. in Ili
undivided Interest of Mld minors in the bileirter de.
ectritral ON* of Lad . to_leit sall thee when giro
Wade in the toesslds of itudtijfeie toasty. Pa. ••••
Netted es brake' Os tile Ws * by the peblie highway.
ea the Narth hyLso of iatealmtttaley. es the gut by
lamb et Chubs Btiesayteed - wm. DUO*. iird ea the
B eBthbfloo4 I et Lodtwoolead , AIM ilattemel.
budartset NA /MOM 88 acne aftB *lkon*.
haentse the Wtildieemi rams. , .
. Tenni et 3 de—Owthini le 8884 414 thiltsiarto bp
three animal ptreneete. with as tittered. to la or
eared be heed sat eiertysimen the prendien
jalo•Sti. I .- MIL CR/irriPt. gnerdisi. .
Ta F LIBgRTY WHITE. LIMN
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Prdened by iirmatical ?et tt, sad rni
t'abalelid may tly-
WHOLIZALS PAW/ • QUM DZALZU.
LIMMLIN , 3 HOUSES.
SIR JAMES CLABKE'S
- SALTSMAN & CO.'S,
WELL SCREENED MYRRH ',RUPERT
84LT8SA2g k CO
AN OLD sopa SOT TO • NSW WON.
air 1 8 6 7 .
From Mutt Sok! soar sea '
Asd llks sod Pate
In spit* at eata.
GaSV dlp about -
0 14 years established is N. Y. City.'
0 0ely lafkUlble neasellre beirms." '
*Tree been Teiseer."
ulfat dancresee terthe moms fA7 1 11" .. ..
"Bata 00an sat of their balsa t e dte,
ucceurs. aa. slum '&4. irilial
! .I ._ • for Sato. Mee. Ilascba, -
Blaa asdUl Asti, &a, lke.
Isp-„Bga Arttr:mtNATon. -
also us pet►wtatt» kir:ad Bap,
• COSTarto' . 6l4ollllo POIDig Ma INSECTS
Is tor itatbs, ilmitoss;Flass. Hod lisp.
russets Oil FISIltiliTOVII• 4 41110.• 415 . ,
opt t t nevus !I f e fall worthless holtseleset
Or sob shoe "cossows" muse is sass& Berated
and I,laab before y eta bay.
RENIrf L 0011212, •
Bard to Ede. Ye, by all Drage", esd Mtn duke'
eterrarbara. _ _
O BT A a, ,
'II — C N , T II o's N - „;
For Caw Sonts. Bracers , inroads, nithh.Ciskok
Broken Unease. ROM Nipples, BleedisAy. sea
Wehtfal Mar. &mom. Pallid rent JUrviatogrdesed
.Sum eleadalar IttutioyKeitsw
Rai AftelAtlft Rimy orane. OW. ,
Maims, friu; Asttped amis. upai hat NW SOWN
4Nwiets..kalauhls, 84, •
. aims Si ants. 40 Ging. witt slitui* •
' Bold by all Druentrta everywhere.
- Stalby armitrircotrems, Depot AIN lraaday s
N. T. _
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"COST A. 10.5"
C CP - E N &C V"B T - _
8114 a/ 12. 16 a ILI B. Purni.4l: o 44 Mitres&
"C o,Sir A R,
' f ' '''':'N'l'itf.ZßATlON or
BITTER-SWEET ik ORANGE BLOSSOMS
70* 111AUTplrIN6 ISS CONPLEIION.
Dad to soften sad beautify the Rip, rooms Treatle,.
PinsOs, Eruptions, tco
Who ansuow min ft-15 prellulstas to all others;
fold by Sli lanistyieta every Thera .
MI by HENRY R. arrsit, Depot 481 Broadway
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PPYNCULM. . - .
Vol Coughs,Calds, Rearms% dam Ilbreactbolib
ITboortog Cough, Ihdrotruk_ Asthma, Couguouptios,
Bros eUal Agestiook, and an dhasaio of lb* Mout .
Lour , '
Bottles, IA inn. arida. and Slain&
Bold by all Droved. ~a ben.
And b 7 zumar B. COSTAR, Darla ; Ada Broadway,
"-C 0S T • '8"
w!i~1 ti 7 ~ ,
- #O, Norrian aa . ol aidt-lkaiaGba.: Un-
Clys ll4 . l = l. llGars. dad Pan' . Ibil
rer:4l (l lrgi et a,.
bad b 7 =NW B. con" Dope" Brabdirsy.