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THE ERIE OBSERVER
()mow IN Romagswva's Ruler; statas) N. W.
Covrim STATE ST. AND TYE PAIL.
s'reecairrlos.—Slagle copies, paid In advance, $2.60
not pat.! =Ai! the end of the 'ear, $2.00. Piro cop
.ot to one address $:0; Ten copies $2O.
All rabeesiption accounts mast, be settled anllll.
Or. No paper sill be sent to any person whose ce
. rens:Wily iv not known, tales, the price Is paid In
knysavelsa—The following are onr advertlalan rates,
nSlrh rlll be strictly adhered to. In reckoning- the
of avertleements, an inch Is considand a
over half an Inch fa rated u a fall
F ,. 4; i a ,~. i+ . Q , 1 Q
225 1.1? 411 7(11100
m 4OP T. 12 CO
4 al 850 15.00 25 00
4.50 500 10.00 18.1:03 30/ 1 0
1.00 81 0 10.00 25.00 45.0 1
10.00 1200 M. 00130 00 4 0 00
118.00 p or snaoso.oo s 5 00
35.00135 OC 50 00 90.00 151.
I 'II 1711
SOO 1 2001
♦ ..e , , tere• end Airnintatret.re' Notires $3 tweet: Au'
'.aid.„•Fetter N tiers $2 each: "Specter Noti•es.
tionpsrielfaind inserted before Starrlagee
; ^esthe, 25 per cent. in addition to reviler rotes
1 . •., N..11 .. .111, (untie -441 by the pertlet, it rem , . pet
„ .t.n .nrdo foe ere Ineerhen, 12 cent per line for
Arl ton e•nt. far each rabarq neat .lorertloo
lj -• v . No.iern '25 rent. to-.llne ; Staniar.; 5 cents ;
..ent• e•e1; edeortisements tneerted every
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+1 'tat. the petted the' wielt them
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Ira haye hoe of lb* beat jntOstrsg-blll—
prOpll , 3 In do any kind of
rco .1•1 order; at all Telit.lolloll WIN.%
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Rnmar I.lcomat. Pantaum.a.
7i fnnt, nn.!est , Pfniattantiori vivo.* •e,
C st Pll4 UVENT.
r Trgr, OP TAN PlUtllt. PIAILVIN Mott,
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attention nt tho publie..stieed that
•.- "r zAnd llstcaing a. can be hid to any Dart
7 •-^,nt^. mar3o'6s-11,
FO. I:FNIN6TT, M. D
PITTRIMAN AND Qllgslifro
r.var C stoo.-I%nanl.
o' C. W. Elemn, RA door *cloth of th• N o
..•%.*frao Street Office bOurs from 11 o'olo-'
4.,1.11 . 2 Trtylfr,ftt
Whnleaa , e and.retall dealer, in Anthr.ette.
—ulna and llin.abnrc real and irand. Genuine
: T.nmn fonnarim...a nrenared f^rbotmnse.
hand. Yardn—Cnraer 6th and Myrtle. and
le and Ritner atm., 2 square' treat of the
-n - L•pnt. rric,
.1. V11.4 1 4.g11, M. D. .
•A,b10 , c4 fl2ll P... 11 at., ormaalta the. Park
h.nre from 10 to 12 A. 5E:10.3 to R P. M.
EtiTIMI: FOIE 4.44,LE..
rhni.r hnnioNto •i ton nn qtnte qtrgot.
roe, ~ ..vonth an/ rfehth ` , trnetn, Rut aid• are !.
+••• e•ry riKl4l,llOll. t,15211, 1 t applied
Wlit. A GALTIRAITY. A¢•nt.
nirl H. 71111.1.01.
0 1 , 1 L ExCIT.VItIe AND SDN'IrITDR.
nntnor Stith Stroot and Vart Avan•o. E.
LIVZ‘T A V 0 5 1 0.1 STAALIt, no %i.l M
QtAtm And French. Tine Rory.. and Car
nn r.uncnihle term! mv24'63-Iv.
' flitwarlit.. urn nz•C.R.
Ile•. T k. Pre,intnf of
Y. PICKEWINt2, n. n.
ns.rs,sr °Mrs. Fransh ft. sosort4 story
.—•••• Resairtnoss osltt-ly
•.r. 011, 0 in Rnum- 11411111 1
;'• • ol.• P. 14
- rrr.vnaa t. non-r• 7. .n..nn
, i•••••••\ in Coal
'• Mon of qtgionii4ll
, • rn* Pa • Iv.
k•li WINCH Rl.t. d:
AVCT , O` , A CD COIMIIIPIOX 111 MCA, NTS.
.4•C Arpne.. F 32 qfinto ritreot. teorrior 90.1
• 'a A .ir.snr#l.l CI•AP nn rrn.ivnm.nt..
toK IrTNcrivi 1r K. 5,011 f.
Pr. Ronn.tt'st Offieft.) r!ntho.
".card inlt'annfil oe Phnrt entire TOR :311 Li
• ma7l I y
AITOR , OCT. AT LA.
P . n 11.• in g•n'. i‘undingr, id*•rt• *treat
e. . nf9ep nee• KAFIII . 4 Rank. rininvien St
•••• ^o• rononp'l, •a an rare, no the on n
_ _ _ •
n4l,v, o ,4 'oWsi if: vO.. •
in herd .oft
Pt.nz 17.0,•* of nut ornp.rtv ?n the
r.tire from th• anal
~ *** llasninPntle .
and innrnlti friends
Q€ 7.071% RAVKt' ft eft
%TM , .
Tn.lnr•. Fifth •trout, fintiroon
en t- wort. Renslrtnit.
'• tn rrompt.y. L'lnssing don. In t , tt
Anto NI it
riTY I NTI , /,1,IGKNII.11; OVPfP 4.'
eirls of all ets.ri7t l,, na•
et short nette•. sThambarmalds.
- rllAsra.ltresses, Waiters sod ifs
k'll'=s V... hotels., bosrdiair lino-es and
•snr.l)ed with rsrlaats of all Marla at r l , n" to call at this °Mem. 'o.
.1. F. CROSS.
fittlsTl 1 1: 4 4 di; CH.AII •
•sT• , ••t ,•r•tr,,,,f from Vey Park . `r
DTI' OF COFFEE AND SPICE
, •rom l'nrk
k". 1 Silo,* Famtty MIA •• • '
•••• , ;•oatoo end Ptah r°
" rkrna AND :re Stseirrik Eau.
-. .ht.rn. Proprietors, Good- lllrsoe arid
h:lrsr. re hand at moderate privies- jll2—tt
B O.TO Az CI GA R. STORE.
4 '4 "' 2.1 " 1- h‘ , . ' , paned a am Tobueo otn-mon
and French. (opmseite
v:I; keep constantly on band • choler
l'nsysen, sn oft and everytking n•nally
Tes.k.„eo etore, artliels they min I
anl rot%il. Flog and doe cot ebewlny to
7: •te best mioltantrire. Smoking tobaerso, giros,
? e x ) is great variety.
FOR L•anr AND Gnyrumsm.
• "r.n'i Plain and Vane%
RF. D :11 Alt E CLOTHING.
?esfy.linfe Under Clothinz. J. variety of Gentle
ru mashing Gooda.
4 4 ,
b •11, bo tint on hand and alto wad* to
r.lla are ali znannStetneed ourastess
: • ' l % ,. .. thtnz.lrlntiag and Rraidtair dons at the
. • 11. a.• eariste Otte. lateit style
NT,: b .
sed Children's Garments. All or.
D''.mptly attended to
JO GM FERRIgIt,
Prate:l4f hatar of th IPA Ath .
t LIR I‘TL , I
_Et (11.1111 G,
L.F. ROPE ROPE. PACKING. HEMP
iLiErl\D BLOCS• AVD ROOKS.
Zt4,l,Ctitt.lo.7liN b• CRAW.
Tho plus to bet •
3. offoo , hotohte Rot,- its Bram, (torn
Pearl ttarjoy. Mow Tlooz—
k, oats( Poltler. froarl Tort.; oplit Peso, Creekod
• .trtokt. tionint. Sump. lax:ottani Pootl.
. •eptoith 03..1.04.1f Rtislog Pact.
C.rr. Itn , .,f4ke Meal, all !clods of 4 oeree•
'.+ektes., Co.rronto, Fltgir., . 2 . 3 . I nfiCt.
e'oligitg .0 a Find Clara Facile Store.
' ^,..b Ya rdats of Stcnit Feccrid Rand Oil
,-NION -AUCTION Roots, American Block
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or :ll — cci
S T 0
PIONEER IRON WORKS,
at ateekli the hare .and best er..st of Bo em
bracing Isnot" , oihers, the following well known
A PARLOR COAL STOVE-TWO
This &tore le Just the same in pnuelple as the P
Stewart, and is to OTSTY respect Us equal. W. offer It
for sale with unlimited conflderai In ita merib. The
Stogie is sold by us et a mach loran price than that of
the Stewart, and is warranted to be all we claim for it.
THE U. S. GRANT
• This is beyond doubt the finest operating Cooking
Stove for hard coal in the etark,t. There is no trouble
in eithe• kindling the firs or ri*_naging it sitarwardic
and it ran be easily revalated to secare just such heat
al is required. Fite can be kept in it through the night s
without danger. No one who has ever seen it in ope
ration would want to use any other.
Persons wanting the o . rbumtal, can b• supplied by al
at Low Figures. •
PAR LOR STOVES.
We hare the ezelusive right in Penis,lrania 'or
ADMITTEDLY TUE BEST EVER INTRODUCED
Alio on band, the Model Parlor, Favorite., Cylinder,
Belle, Pearl, Globe Heater, and Belle Cottage.
Our stock is Very large, consisting in part as follow.
COMET. lIONTPOR (for wood
HOTEL RANGES OF ALL SIZES !
Including Van's Improved—the bat to the end&
BUCK'S PATENT 6 HOLT, HOTEL STOVE!
SHEET IRON STOVES
And, In diet, rredithing known to the bads
Stir TITE PUBLIC LEE INVITED TO CALL
AND EXAMINE OUR GOODS.
EL LIE CITY IRON WORKS.
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE STEAM
BOILERS, OIL STILLS AND TiNKS,
BRADLEY'S PATENT ENGINE, HICK'S
DIRECr ACTING CIRCULAR SAW. MILTA, GSAFIED
MULAY MILLS AND MILL GEARING,
DRILLING TOOLS, PUMPING RIGS AND
THE BRADLEY ENGINE,
Ilatattfaetared by the
ERIE CITY IRON WORKS,
Vsu Steam Wee. Hu doable Lb* power of any otbsr
Engine of equal aim
Patted .ho wish to incest's* their power 'without
changing thel• boiler. can do so by using the Bradley
Engine. which enrich the Exhatiet Steam sad gives
double the posse from the some boiler, thus urine half
the tale. janlo'd7•tf.
FAMILY SUPPLY STORE,
Nos. 23 and 24 West Park, (Beatty's Block,)
HEARN, CHRISTIAN & CRAIG,
Et R 0 • C
ER S 7
FLOUR, PORK. PISA.
ROaa k AqICTV7
The Beg Quiet:Les if Panda eind thle.
Agents for the Cleveland Ride Mining and muting
yr ♦ choler and boa dock always kept an band.
which will be sold at the lowed Ikvazcs. •
We pledge means sot to be nedersold, sod breite all
to glee WI A call
The highest price pa for cocsta7 prostate.
rgi t she wee beautiful sad bar
IMti starry eyes. and radiant air.
Whose astlior bitsfirths It entwined.
- Sunbathed the very heart and mind.
CRISPER COMA, •
Pet Carlini the her Of east .ea Rt. Wavy and
O r ltieslets or Elam, Massive Cats.
87 Dit,g ibis ulnae Ladiee end Gratbrosa eau beau
tify tinnnerlres • thestand !obi. It is the only arse&
in the world that will earl Amigo& hair. and at the
gun time give it • benatifol, elqies sopseransio. The
Crisps: Cons not Gal , aorta the Ws, but invirirstse.
beat do and draws it.; Is highly and delleothilly
perfumed, and is the most equi-Jete article rf the bind
ever rend to thr Aluzawlean yoblis. 'the Crime? Coma
will be meat to soy address, sealed and yost.pald for
' Address all &deur to •
W. L. CLaIUE & CA, Chemists.
No. 8 West "''setts St, Brame, N T.
MBE BRIDAL VHAMIES.sa ISsay of Warislo
sod lostlattiou to .coint law — publbr ai g now
aed Amodatits. an d oat boo of emit
opts. adaraC Dr. j..mywPhi BOCGFITON.
V E S.
MORNING GLORY I
and DINING WOW
BLODGITT PASTRY BAKERS
for Rotsls, Boarding Houser, &a
r II RN ALCZ S,
CIRCULAR RAW ?MLR.,
gRAPTING, PULLE6S, LC.,
.OEO. SfiLDTN. Praald•nt,
W. J. P LIDDELL, Baparintrad•at,
JOHN H.8L1.3.4, Secretary and ?ream ar
ERux i PA,
Wholesale and Retail
Aad dealers in
DRUM it SEALEDISIIITS,
WOODEN & WTELAW WARE,
TOBACCO, SWABS, &C., &C.
TUIC 110316- COMPOST
CO 0:K IzN qc STOVE
Which now stands
UNSURPASSED BY ANY OTHER
THE VERY BEST MATERIAL
AU the iota" in dean and dampers are lifted is the
front parfeet manner, making the Home Comfort, in »-
The FLUES in the
Aral Tor) lalryce. giving a quick draft, whirl is or great
importance to i Cooking Stove. No pass or expense
are spared to make the
THE MOST DURABLE,
THE MOs? ECONOIFICAt*
TELE MOM CONVMZIEIVP.
THE QUICKEiT BAKER,
THE SIANDSONEST, AND
THE HOME COMFORT
L Iresnoted to be ea represented. Celt end see the
Home Comfort, or ..of for • circular, et the HOUSS
FURNISHING BTOR of •
W. 0. OARDTER, Sole Agent,
W HOLESALE DRY GOODS STORE.
423 STAIT STREET. Tat", PA
SOUTHARD, CRAWFDRD,& McCORD,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
HOISERYi GLOVES, &C.
Or stock is the largest ever . brought. to the dg!
BLZACREI & BROWN BEMICTINGI3
A Complete Assortment of Neu Goods.
Every kind of article in the Notion line.
.And, in etkort, a general assortment of ever/thin;
needed by Cenatre Dealers.
TO EE SOLD AT NEW YORK PRICES
Coestry Dealer, are Invited to giro us • call. We do •
attietly wholesale trade, and propose milling at sash
prioas as yin male It to the advantage of raerehante
in this section to deal in Erie. instead of eurading
rut for their good'.
TO ALL WHO CHOOSE TO BUY
We maks this sari hbetal *Err, yr:motley to pe•m*.
iteatiy establish thr system. The arAntrededged impart
ority of oar roof* aukaufaetnrad =an oar await
ea" will be malstaload. and we aro amain lam ad
ditions to oar manuthrtnfins facilities. We invite an
isapeetton and examarlaon of oar dock, and stab all te
bear to mind the het That by perebuln, of as they can
the twat mad, by the naafi dealer CALL AND
CONVINCED. J. INCEENLAOB & CO..
aprlil7-tf. ES Staten. Erb, Pa.
ONZ-11.11.7 SQVATLE 30E711 Or MON DEPOT, I NSW GROCESE STORE.
S. S. SorraAsa, W. A. Cwirtost., J. IL ltdCoun
NEW COAL YARD.
MERCER COAL AND IRON CO. YARD,
Selling the Wooer Coal dumper than be cheapest—
otherCoals In proportion. • trial is all thin is neces
sary to ecarinee any ono of their rapartor quality. '
WARN, CHRISTIAN & CRAIG •
amides! roceinot a troth lot of
PAINT?.. OILS, BALD LINSEED OIL,
• a►esa AND LARD OIL ,
F . A. WBUISet & -CM;
COUNTRY PRODUCE; GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS. VIM, wqrstas, ammo. TOBACCO.
Crockery, Willow Ware, Fnias, Nuts, oke,
ina llli rens error,
Wad olds, batman Itth sad 9th Sta., I=6, Et.
;lab paid far Coantry.Prodace.
P. A. Hasa.
OR MUSK RAT TRAPS,
done TRA ~ PS,
or gag* for se* by
dietsY. C. !RUM'.
4 64liaa at Itadaatd ado by
die 3-1 t C. SKLDStr„
F. A. WEBER fr. CO., 814 Bun Se.,
fists etscasseed keeping Pitt it Co.e celebrated
abithunt• item which they will sett *Mut by the
an et ease. These Pystare ire considered the best to
Ms smuts!. Rats* Woo= awl pirate basins; sap
plbd at tow seem. eat-ft
LADIES', GENTS' & BOYS' SKATES
Tiq °Aso, at
ERP44 - 4,VERiftBP4Y . ,4FT=HIMON, MAY *PM.
is used In the
THE BEST WORKING STOVE
:318 Pesch Street. Eris
zuRf•K . W. Wayzata.
J. C. ISILDI2III
KU? nut 'nu& *mum.
EDSON, CHURCHILL &.CO.,
Paving removed to thbir
NEW AND SPACIOUS STORE,
NO. 2 NOBLE'BLOCK,
Ara now proparsd to call
Cbeipor thin evltr before
Thu following to a pflei llit of some of tits Goods pow
-selling at their atom
4COO Yards Good lisiddiir Print; ....... ... _-- ....10e
3000 do do
3000 do do . 1013
4000 do do Ille
BROWN AND BLEACHED MUSLIM
4000 Yards 4-4 Brown ' 160
3000 do 4-4 do
3000 do 4.4 do henry WV
MOO do Prins Brown 4-4, 111 and 180
5000 do , do 4-4, 200
3000 do 8-4_ 12)0
313110 do Blesebad 4-4 ' - ...150
3000 - do do 7-B * , llls
4r30 do do 7-8 , 206
1000 do do . 3-4 • 112. gs
Tour thousand yards Del/uses at 25 ants. All Wool
Balsams elissp .
DOMESTIC FLANNEL DEPART MCNT.—lted,llllte,
Blue, Buff, be. Opus Flassils, an colon.
► toll lino of L.dli.. Kloome and aflame's How.
Ilia tontlanron aro also prodded for In flit' depart.
*A fall line of all the rations styles and wakes of
Dress Goods, and we endeavor to suit the Swat foetid!.
one la ale lbs. We how our goodavith peat Pleas•
urs without sharp. -
A largo line of nemeh and Dontritle Glaghaau, atm
asap. Tweeds and Sew, for Some wear, abeam than
any other parties. Call and sea them.
mop SEISMS IN ALL STYLES A SIZES•
TABER NO I MIONS.--A fall line of all kindsonch
Thread,Pins, Need," Suitor's, Trimming, ad:
SPECIALITIBS—Brova and Bleached Msolina,Printa
and &Linea Wa sell below the mink
E r Net forgot the place,
CORNER OP STATIC AND EIGHTS• STIOLTTS.
Vett door to the Post Miles, Noble Block.
=sox, cErtracou.tPa co
IMPORTANT TO TO PUBLIC..
REVOLUTION DT Mg BOOT & ' BROE ?SAM
'Katie,' to hereby &sr' Chit Mier April 6th, WM, the
entire stack of
BOOTS, SHOE 3,. GAITERS, .
Manufactured by and in store at the setablishinent of
EICHIPZLIMB h CO., CS State fitrurt and whirls
for quality and finish cannot be surpassed in tble mar
WILL BE SOLD BY THEN
To individual enstomere at wholesale This plan of
operations to to be permanent and the nosiatactory is
to be still farther anlasted by the addition awe bog&
to insprosind =Wimp.
J. EICHENLAUB de CO., STATE ST.,
Not Wag countenanced by the retail dealer, in _this
seatirn, becalm they will - not View:lon their extensive
retail trade, hare reviwril to hereafter sell their stook
RETAIL, SINGLE PAIR.
To all who choose to patronise them, Even Pair of
Boots. noes. &Item. &a, ka. el their samense assort
meat will be aired
AT WHOLESALE PRICES,
rhos 'Wog to the retell cinema th• satire met
which h. will ba obliged, as herstofbre, to pay at all
110X111 ■nu. .. MIT .1. le GITIIIKI
BRYAN d• M'GIVERIN,
Hare opened a new Grocery Mors at, he stand lately
ocenpled by J. Wrap;
NO. 505 FRENCH ST., WAYNE BLOCK,
(Hut to McConkey k Elltiustutn's,)
Wbsre they will keep oa panda templets stock demi
thins to their Hoe of trade. Including
WOOD, WILLOW & MACKE AY WARE, &C.
All of which ■ill be sold at
-, 3 Tris LOWEST MARKET P.B CR
Thepsblie an tutted to eel sad essamise sir
Stock. ws r kdp meth= not to be ondereald,by
He OLDEST EWEILIBLIMHZD
' ' 6driET AND DRY GOODS ROUSE
VI N. V. PENNSTLVANIL
A complete Stock of
Met and Trona topUnn •
Xalndro, Alpine, Deigns; k
GOODS, HOSIERY, &OM AND NOTIONP
Can and get pier tear , * pazebaJdag
• WARNER 81109,',
Agr6Y-Iy. No. 6011,11sible hoot, State lit
SPKING• OPENING OF 3111.LINELRY.
ORS. RAMMIS opened, is the building tom
'eV occupied by es Penny Post. loath of Varna De
pot, with atoll Ilse of _ -
lilins• st•'nill remain until linr,stir atom in Van •
rim Rays Rlnek.lB encialdet. width will is about
May Int. cr. , ingsad m sad pruning dions istimisast
swayed Min. ,silen4L
funztexava SEAVICED TONIC.
This mallatie. touted UT Dr. lICONNom.
ed Pidiaianddn, to blended to dieleao the had and
- maielt into chyme, the dm proms of digettion. BY
elerselng the stomach with Seheneles Mandrake
Ma the Tonic soon restore the appetite, and food
that wield tot be afro blare ming it will be easily
Conamption cannot be cured by Schenck% FM
manic Snip ;mien the atemaeb and liver le made
healthy and the appetite restored, harm the Tonto
and Pith axe required In marls , army am Gram.
inumpt3ol2. A half dam barks at the SEAWEED
YONIOmd three a four boxes of the MAMMA=
PALS will acre any ordinary CM of draiePtio•
Dr. Smuntor makes profeselonal virile to New
york, Baton, and a his mind* Mee la Philadel
phia every week. See daily aniort or Gab fdreo, or
hie pamphlet on consumption for his dal for villa.
. Phu °barn, when parehasin& Nal the hall**.
naps of the Dotter, erne when in the last sane of
CanrcmardON and the other as be now Is, in perfect
heath, anon the GovernmeM stamp.
Sold by . on 'Miriade ond•Datiers, price WO per
bottle, or 57.50 the hall-dozen. All letters for advice
amid be addrewed to Dr. Seassetts Prlnelpal
Office, Ns. IS North oth Street, Phiadaphis, pa.
General Wholeale Attearentanas Dana a CO.,
N. Y.; S. E. Hance. Baltaiers. Md.: John D.
Parka, elneinnall, Ohio; Walker th Taylor, Chi.
at,,,0;11L t Collins Dna, St lan* afe.
Lid w. ea. me. lyr.
♦ COl7OB. A COLD, 0$ ♦ Sou Trlbeol'regalies how
Otte attesttion.and should,be &sated. •If allowed to
continue Bradt= of the Law, • pletelieset Th. oat
Monitor Coneumptioth-Tooften the result.
BROWIrs lIRoNCHIAL TROCHES,
Wine direct Influence to the pub, give immediate
relief. lror ,
BRONCHITIS, AST HM A, CATARRH,
and Throat Isomer, Troches are aced with 'lvey,
good sooner Bingen and Publie •Speateie will !Inch-
Trochee us daring the voles when taken before
Ringing or -stahi rig, and relieving the thrott after an
unusual emwtion of the vocal organs. The Troches are;
recommended and prescribed by phvaidans, and have,
bad testimonials from eminent man throughout the
country . Tieing en article of true merit, and haring
proved their idiocy by a tart of mant years, each yet
Bads them in new localities in vaziocie parts of t e
world, and the Troches are universallyoronounced het
ter than other articles.
Obtain only 'Brown's Bronchial Troehes,".and do
not tare any of Abe worthless imitations that may be
othinel. Sold evarywbere. • no2fßon
PILIMAIIIO OIL cif PALE AND MACS.
Tor *nearing, restorfag and beautifying the Bair, and
la the moat delightful and wonderful article the world
• Ladles will find It not only a tertian remedy to re.
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like plantlike! the future huthand or wife of the appli
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age, dirpositlen, color of hair and eyes. and neelosint
WV ants, and stamped envelope addressed to eonielf,
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Good night ! A word so often said, ,
The heedless mind forgets its meanin g;
'Tis only when some heart Ilea dead
On which our own was leaning,
We hear in maddening music roll
That fast good night along the soul
Good night I In tone. that never die,
It. Vesta sling the quickening et.r, ,
And tender faces of meccory.
Forever waft it near;
When stilled the voice—Oh, canon of pain—
That ne'er shall breathe' good night again.
Good night 1 It mocks as from the grave—
It calla from out the ground—
It, over laps that strange world's triund.
From which there flows no backward wave;
On every side, around, above,
Good night, good night to life and love.
Good night! .06, wherefore fades away
The light that lived in that dear world ?
Why follows that good night no day ?.
Why, are our souls so stirred ?
Oh. rather pay, dull brain. outs more
Good night : thy time of toil Is o'er.
Good night ! Now cometb gentle sleep,
And tears that fall like welcome rain ;
Goodnight I Oh, holy, blest and deep
The red that follows pain!
How should we reach God's upper light
If life'S long day hid no good night?
We have received the following copy of a
letter ATM - an officer in the vegular army, who
writes se follois
November 5, 1866
When mustering and disbursing officer for
California and Nevada I wee ordered by the
War Department to Port Churchill, Nevada, to
consolidate a regiment of Nevada volunteers.
While there the commanding officer gave me
a letter of which the following is a copy. It is
true to tbe _letter :
OFFICE "VIRGINIA DAILY UNION,"
V=Gins, N. T., April b. 1864.
Ms. Oxo. A. 'Tattasios :—Dear Sir :—This
morning (as you have informed me) all enlist
ed men are expected to start for Fort Churchill
to be mustered by Lieut. Wildrick. You and
other officers are also to be mustered on this
occasion. Now, then to come straight out,
'gist footed" and without reserve, I'll be
damned if I go. I like yon well enough as a
friend and an equal—in fact, I esteem you
highly, and I don't believe I could like a moth
er better—but I. have you as an officer and a
superior, I shall not. You ' say that nine
tenths of your men are of that class who nev
er look at a newspaper. Now what kind of a
h—l of a time would I have if compelled. to
astrociate for tires long years with men who
never read newspapers ?
Undoubtedly, a large portion_of the recruits
who have been enlisted in this Territory, have
been "roped in" when drunk or when half
desperate through want of employment. I was
in desperate circumstances myself (as you
well know) at the time I signed the "papers."
But now lam in good, profitable, and prob
ably permanent employment, and am, there.
fore, not at all inclined to fulfil an engage.
ment made at a time when I scarcely anew
what I was doing. However, something else
more important to me and my future than
Mere employment, urges me to take the back
track on.the soldierquestion. Capt.Drigge is
a gentleman anas,true hearted man ; so are
you. and so is Lieut. Robison ; and I couldn't
possibly find better officers in any con.pany
now in service, nor ones whom I could follow
with more enthusiasm upon 'a field of battle
or regard with more favor and itespeet during
idle eneamprnent. But as I said before, damn
me if I go. lam indebted to you for sundry
dollars and those dollars I will - pay at the ear
liest convenient time. I will also find a man
—a substitute—to take my place in the-ranks;
and Capt. Briggs has agreed- to allow a "stay
of rroceedings" in my ease until the man is
found. I might, if hard pressed, wish I had
never met, you in the uniform . of the United
Ststes service; or wish that I had never seen
any of Uncle Sam's soldiers ; but that would
be running against, my true feelings, and,
therefore, I shall not wish it until the last
thing, or until nothing else is left me to wish
for ; for my loyalty to the Federal Union, its
army, its navy, its people and its President
is pure and true and shall - ever remain
so_ But I must be loyal to myself and
the Virginia -Union ; and as there are no reb
els around here to fight against, and no poui.:
ble chance of making a grand rush into the
hottest, of the fire on a battlefield, and there
by getting killed or promoted- at once, why
then, I say again. I'll be damned if I go.
Should force, however, he-brought against me,
I shall resist to the utmost of my strength.
One man can't take me, and two will - have a
dusty time in trying it. Three will certainly
have some trouble, and four or even five - will
not meet a willing captive. I know exactly
how I stand, and am not to be frightened into
a fulfilment of the agreement. As to the pa
pers of enlistment; they amount to nothing.
more than an acknowledgment of my Union
sentiments. You have not been mustered in
yourself, and, therefore, cannot hold me on
the score of your being an officer, and until I
am mustered into the service, , nobody can
hold me. If so much force is used as to com
pel me to go down to the Fort, why, even
there I shall stand on the defensive, and all
hell can't muster me in against my will. I
might be mustered into the guard house•; but
what good would that do? You can't charge
me with being a rebel, or a traitor, or a sym
pathizer. So now, let us remain friends—yon
do all you can for the - Union as a soldier, and
I will do all I can for the stare and stripes
as a civiliazi.' I can assist the recruiting ser
vice materially in my present capacity, and
if at some future time I find it necessary to
shoulder a musket or tlotuish;tt eabre, I shall
not be backward on defense of the flag. With
the hope that you will take Into consideration
what I have herein written, and that you will
not insist upon my "marking time" for three
years, which would be an eternity to me,
I remain in friendship, &c,
Having Teed this letter to some friends, I
have been urged repeatedly to permit its
publication, but have refused. I have now
consented only to convince the people of the
East that all the virtue, loyalty and talent
were not concentrated in the rank and file of
,their armies. I have a great many other
good things, but am satisfied this one letter
will embalm the memory of the Nevada vol
unteers, in the heart of a grateful country
through all coming time. X Y. Z.
NAM' ON Axurriox.—Wealth, politikel pre
farment, and literary fame, is three of the
most unsatisfactory styles of loonacy mankind
is *afflicted with.. All mankind, my son, is
auto • road which begins with the cradle and
ends with the grave. Flittin afore ns,a passel
of butterflies, wick observin of 'em from the
yooth end of the road is butiful , rose=. We
strive to ketch 'em. and do so ; bat alms l the
minis we turn to look at wet we have. we are.
eumwot disgusted to find on this aide they'r of
dull color, wish flrmers in the barbarous parts .
of Penasylvany paint their houses. Ef our
forsight was as good as our hindsite, we
woaldn't. go for am ; but it ain't.
Wealth to good feet ez fur es you kin make
;ooze of it. I never seen but one man who
ever found any good in polytyx.. He aed he
liked it cos nest to counterfeiting and bigamy,
moo purscets he doted onto, .there was in it
the greatestroom for makility wich is in every
man. And Steer, fame my young Mend.
bottled moonshine is granite for solidity be.
Ef • man; from lore of his kind, or for a
desire to do something for his: associates in
misery does a big thing, the world applauds.
and that's honky, you bet: That athlete
Swus, Wisksirled, 'hen he rushed into. the
Oysterian *sera, and remarked, ""Mate way
for liberty," hada',no ides that akool children
would declaim it all over Roo Gerry. es tnt7
her dons ever since, or he wialdat't her done
it probably. Winkle wasn't ageing for pos
terity much; it 'se t a Owles of that WWI.
kie day ter .koom he took into his bowels
more 'peers than was comfortable. 'Never
banker arter fame any more. tae to singing
ekool. play checkers; marry, a red bedded
girl which ways ITO pounds avurdapole ; take
your country paper; be square; hev not lees
than ten children, half like Cher mother; and
finally when your time comes, when the grim
mevinger taps you on the shoulder, lay down
like a man, gather up your feet, and thank
the Lord that your lot wom b at cut in Noo Ger
sy,a country from which a man kiu go without
much regret, perfektly ehoor that whatever
other world he finds, he kant git into a
woes one.--[Petroleum V. Nasby.]
Ova NEW-MADE Cinzess.—The following,
from the New Orleans correspondent of the
Louisville Courlir, illustrates the intelligence ,
of the new - made citizens of African descent
in that quarter. He says:
The registering of voters under the Milita
ry Bill is progressing rapidly, the negroei
registering in great numbers, and far exceed
ing the whites. The icese of registering is
rich and funny. - Two ranks are formed out.
side. the Register'd office, principally of dar•
tries of every grade, interspersed here and
there by a few white men. The following is
the process of making voters, or conferring
the franchise on the colored citizens of Afri
Register—Whakir your name ?
Colored Citizen—My name is Caesar, boss.
Register—What is your other name ?
Colored Citizen—Well, boss, day didn't gib
me my odder name, but old massa's name was
Grandison, and I 'ooze I must hab his name
Register—Did you ever hold any office un
der the United States or under the State of
Colored Citisen—Tab, yab : well, yes, boss ;
I sweeps oat aminsuranca office an' a lawyer's
RegisterL—Did you ever give, aid or comfort
to the Confederate States ?,
Colored Citizen—l didn't gib nuffin, 'caze I
didn't hab muffin to gib.
Register—Did you ever serve in the Federal
or the rebel army? ,
Colored Citizen—Well, boss, I didn't serve
in ceder • but de Yankees want to take me to
make brefworke for 'em, and so I went to cook
for de rebe.
Register—Then you gave them aid and
comfort, didn't you?
Colored Citizen—Wily, no, boss; dey gib
me all de aid and comfort, for if it was not for
dem I'd been dead nigger long ago.
Register—Swear him in.
So goes the farce.
Odds and Ends
THESE PAHAGICAPHS WILL NCIF INTEREST VIE
LADIES, AND THEY REQUESTED TO PASS
THEM BT, WITHOUT READING.
A man in Poughkeepsie recently got a
neighbor into the lunatic asylum, and then
married the neighbor's wife.
hire. Bloomer, who gave her name to short
dresses and pints, now wears skirts like
he rest of our angels.
A gentleman in lowa, advertised for a wife
"who wears her own hair, he own teeth, her
own cheeks, her own .buzzunV and her own
Ninety-two petitions for divorce are now
pending before tfie Supreme Court at Provi
dence. of which all but twenty came from the
A wheelwright in Auffay, Prance, recently
hanged Mins& because his wife refused him
a cup of coffee on his coming home fatigued
from work: She cat him down, however, in
time to save his :ife:
A polygamous clock repairer,named Walter
S. C. Heath, a degenerated eon of the Gran
ite State, has been arrested in Lowell. He
married one wife in his flatly° State, a second
in Lynn, a third in Lowell, and a fourth at
Lawrence, all. of whom still lire. Wile No.
4, upon learning the facts, "turned agin him,"
and he has been sent up for trial in $l,OOO
A young man out West was - intrusted with
the money to bring home to hig father a good
family sewing machine. Be carried off a
neighbor's daughter to Cnioago, married her,
and brought her home, diclaring she was the
best family sewing -machine he could procure.
If she is of the right kind, she will soon want
that kind of a sewing-machine which the old
man had in view. .
WoMz IN TUE FIRLDS.—The New York
Express, quoting from the Times the state
ment that many women are at work in the
Southern corn fields, says "Yes, white wo
men—not black—the latter refusing to work
there, as heretofore, though as poor, hungry
and needy as the whites. We 'saw scores of
white women last week in the "fields of Geor
gia, Tennessee and Virginia. This is one fea
ture of the new reconstruction, and•not at all
to the liking of decent white people."
A MiILANOHOLT Cass.—ThiFishkill Stand
ard states that the oldest daughter of 3.1 B.
Beebe, editor of the Banner of Liberty, form
erly of Middletown, Orange county, but now
published in New York, committed suicide last
week by shooting herself with a pistol. She
had been engaged to be married to a ylourig
man, but her father placed her in a ldnatio
asylum to break; up thq match. * The o sere
of the asylum, finding that she was' t in
sane, let her go home. She was to take harge
of a school on Monday, but learning of the
marriage of the gentleman to whom she had
been engaged, deliberately shot hersjlf.
DEarn tams Tooter Lama. —A 41 Creasing
case of foolish yielding to the dictates of van
ity occurred st Dayton last week.•,!A - young
lady had been in the habit or,.lacing very
tightly for a long time, and had caused a
hook tribe placed ho the wall of her room, and
she would fasten her corset-strings to it to
enable her to draw her corset tighter. She
bad done it so long - with impunity that she
grew careless, and the other day, iiii repeat
lag the torture, she threw herself 160 heavily
on the corset strings and broke a blood ves
sel, from which she died in a feWliours. A
sad commentary on attempting tci ; make the
form, from a mistaken idea of beauty, differ
ent from what it naturally is.
A WO3LUI EMILY MasaaD.—A chap giving
his name as Charles Miller. and representing
himself to be s railroad conductor, called on
Justice Brickwell, on the 30th nits, and re
quested that officer to accompany trim to the
abode of the 'choice of his affections, a matron
ly laundress, aged 35 years, or thereabouts,
and officiate in making them "bone of one
bone" and ditto. Esquire B. complied
with the request, and "duly performed the
marriage Berries& The neat •day be met the
bride on the street, who interrogated him as
to "who the deuce that fellow was she mar
ried yesterday ?" The Justice smiled and very
pertinently replied "that he didn't know,
but suppolea she did." It appears that after
glorious honeymoon of 24 hours,
came up missing, as also did her watch worth
$25, • ring or two, and five or ten dollars of
her hard earned money. . Mrs. Miller is very
indignant at the gallant Charles, and solemn
ly yews that the nut time she gets married
it won't be to a railroad conductor, if she
knows it.-.Portme Resiseer.
Wones'a Bums ur Puu.—They do things
nicely in Peru. If the women do not vote
they certainly ezerciee a control over the ac
tions of Congress, which even a male voter
would despair of ever attaining. It seen&
that a few weeks ago that body contemplated
the enactment of a law which the fair secorL
taa thinght objectionable, whereupon the gen
tle creaturesa crowded the wineries of the
house, and disturbed the proceedings. Tk#
Speaker ordered the galleries to be cleared,
s tho ladles refaced to brolge, and only
laughed at the officials and , called them
nanOty names. Then they threw bonnets to
the memhersirhe 4cited on their side: Orders
Were thereupon given to admit no ladies who
should carry flower in their hands. lint de
termined to bare their way they concealed
immense quantities in their crinoline and
showered them right and left over the house.
The Speaker threatened to call'in the militia,
bat the fair dames laughed and dared him to
do it. 3Lemlzore wore hooted down when they
attempted to speak, and sarcastic comments
upon their dress and general outline flew
around in the liveliest manner. At last the
house was forced to adigiurn in despair. The
Peruvian ladies evidently have elevated no
tions of woman's rights, and they know how
to put them to practical use.
Anorins lilAsartno Wolux..- r The Winne
mio Democrat tens the following curious story:
"There is a married couple living in this
county, whose matrimonial history is rather
unusual, the woman having been married four
times, and yet is living with her first husband,
After sharing the couch of her first 'verso
half' a few years, the wife got a divorce from
husband No. I, and was married to husband
No 2. In a little while she applied for and
obtained a divorce from husband No. 2 and was
married to husband No. 3.. In the course of
time she became weary of her bonds sad was
divorced from husband No.. 2. Then her first
love resumed its sway in her l heart, and to
make amends for . her seeming_ waywardness,
she sought out and again met husband No. 1,
when they were the second time
bound up'in the tender cards of wedloct;and
are now living happily and peacefully togeth
er, with the company of two children by their.
first marriage. She was not blessed by-.any
offspring by either her second or third kis
hand, so after years of separation from her
first object of happiness, naught now remains
to remind her of the past estrangement save
the 'memory of husbands number two and
A DEAD HCEIBLND Tunis PP.—Another
case of the dead coming to life has just been
brought to light in the Register's office ofAis
county.. A citizen of Reading, who enlisted
in the early part of the war, and fpote„whom
no information was had for some time, was
given up for dead. His supposed widow, in
order to draw a certain legacy which in the
mean time became payable to the'•hnsband,
took out Letters of Administration on his es
tate, drew the legacy and was again married
.immediately thereupon. A few weeks after:
wards the husbandnot dead, but living—,
ealled . at the Register's Office, where he was
iafoimed that Letters of Administration on
his estate had been granted to his supposed
widow ; , whereupon he instituted legal pro
ceedings against the Administratiix and her
sureties in Order to recover back, not the
wife, as he alleged,,but the legacy. This is
a second cats of a similar nature that ha" oc
curred in the Register's Office of this county
within the last three months.—Reading Ga
TWICE JIABErso To TEE SAME WONAN.—It
frequently 'happens that a man is twice mar
ried ; but it is not usual for the same man to
be twice married to the same woman, Socha
case, however, really occurred not long -since
in Memphis. A surgeon in the rebel army,
after serving until the close of the struggle,
returned told! home near Ilopefield, Arkan
sas, to finehis house_ burned and his wife
gone. Unable after long search to find the
latter, and believing that she had wilfully
abandoned WM, be procured a 'divorei, and
returned to Ecapefield to practice his- profes
sion. A few weeks ago he reoeived word that
his wife was in West Tennessee, and that she
,was still faithful to him, but had sought
the home of a friend after the house was
burned down. A correspondence ensued; on
ly one result was possible ; and last Taisday
the former husband and wife met'at the Com
mercial Hotel in Memphis, and were formally
The citizens of Madison, Wisconsin, had a
rich time on Friday night. A Chicagoan,
named Swanburg, advertised for a wife. He
was answered by a young,fellow of Madison,
under the name .of young lady, who stated
that she was ready to receive his proposals,
and inviting him to visit her. He met the
supposed .young lady and proposed to elope
with her. He was arrested by a bogus officer
for 'attempting abduction, and tried by a bogus
court in the Court House. After standing the
ordal of twcrbonrs' trial, he was 'released on
condition that he would leave the town blame
A LARGE ps.unr.—Therels a woman lit.
lug in Rash township, Soaquehanna county,
Pa., named Ruth Rosenkrans,,aged 88 years
and Berea.. months, who is the mother of
twelve children, the grandmother, of minety
one, the great-grandmother of two hundred
and twenty-two and the great-great-grand
mother of twenty-four—making in all three
hundred and forty-nine. A. family of three
hundred aid fifty A prolific family indeed.
She is now well, and some time ago - knit a
pair of socks in three days, and is able to do
Three bummers were arraigned for drunken
ness in the Chicago Police-Court a day or tWo.--
since, who aaifitheir business was helping Is
dies to husbands by contract. ,One of the Arm
would go to a young lady and offer to- get her
married for a certain sum. He would then
pretend to be engaged to
. her, while another
of the ffibm would encourage some !peony to
cut the first named out, and secure a large
stake by marrying the girl himself. The game
worked to a charm.
_IA BIDS AND A WIDOW IN A HUNDBIID Mis
rris.—Dr. Robert Shadrock, of Oswego", was
married April let to Miss .Bell, of Sparrow
bash, Owego county, N. Y., and an hour and
a-half after the ceremony, while they were
driving across the railroad track, the former
was killed by a locomotive and the latter se
A country pater in Ohio prints this mar.?
riage notice,: "Married, up town' the other
day, at Mrs. Williams', Mr. William Williams,
-el Williamsport, to his aonain, Lists
Williams. • For particulars see small Bias."
Aloang trouts nvu buried alive. in Lock
port, N. Y., She vu found turned over falter
coffin, her hair torn; her hand, - clenched and
intense agony depleted on, her face.
—Mi." Warren L. Wu has taken the store
lately Conducted by Justice, Ohm
ghev, and fitted it up, with everything necessa
ry to make a complete gentlemen's firralshing
establishment. His stock of cloths, cassirieres.
vestings and ready made clothing is superior
to anything ever brought to the city, end we
defy any one to via the store without finding
something te' suit :his taste. Mr. "Ross has
been very successful in securing a cutter who
is not surpassed anywhere. Underhis skillful
supervision the concern is turning out work
equal to the best Eastern establishments. No
person can hive an excuse for going abroad
to get clothing while Ross affords the conve
niences that he does: In addition to hie other
goods he has also a stpetiar stock of hats
and caps, hosiery. dollars, cravats,—in short
a nything that a man wants in the olothieg
line can In got at Role's. Call and see for