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- ihr.tdvertinernents Inserted under this head
ing nt 15 cents per Ilnekf 10 words for the first
in.ertion,l2 cents for the second, a n d 10 cents
for eAch subsequent Insertion.
Try the Famous Arctic Soda, at Dielcenton
Perry mock. .
J. F . firOSS'S Erie City Intelligence Office. Nci.
12i State street.ltraii.
For laistrigneo in well known and moot re
/owe companlfn, apply to H. W. Ittwooll,armit,
-,;1 state street. - leattrUTly,
A L a d y' cannot get ln a saferplace to bur n
101 l „f dry goods than at No. NG Kate acns street..
„ 1 ,,y1f. .old stand of GOMM & Heralds&
Ladies Please Tots. ilotiaaaL—The b es t m od ,
,r (tress Goods and Silks, without exception,
No. - 714 State street. ~ Hsicultdrs,
Old stand af Gable E. Henrtebe.
arranant Primate 10 cents: Mae from meta.
up: owdri 0 11:0MILlaer Yard up; Black 811 k
In 1.114 5 ulLr'• 4 \' l "*L
~ .IW. P. Itannucna.
Eye and Ear, Catarrh and all disarms of
i h.. Throat awl rtmed traccesabally treated by Dr.
tix , rn of philaclelphia, at Brown's Hotel, every
rhanday. Has Iltr btmdred testbranaam
newaval.—Dr. M. Chapin has removed ills
ae o,, t i °ince to the earner of State street outti
P. toyer the Marine Bank,) where he will
h ,ppy to gee any Who may need his profes
.4„nai .er% tee,'. - je6'214"1
n et aaval.—The Stove and Tin Ware store of
II iiiirod hag been removed to N0..1364Eia5.-
..itrxei street, nmr the Buffalo Rand, where PHI
kept Du hand a .complete etoek of goods to
t h r ir Ithe, which the public are Invited to call
The Erie Lodge No. 211, 2.0. of Good Tenn
meets on every Tuesday evening, in the
1,1 Fellow.' Lodge Room, on State Street, Over
S Jewelry store. Stranger Templar! vls.
:hug the city are cordially Invited to be pmrent.
GEO. KNIGHT. W. C. T.
FRANK ABEL. W. S.-
Ladies trill please notice tho• cards of Mr.
!learnt Dry Cionsla Dealer. Ho Is very mai.
in speaking of lila bnalnese, but, we dare say.
ti re t, tint a better etoek nor textile saki cheep
,r than his. .(lice him a call, at No. 716 State
s. V. Weigel, practical plaivo forte tuner.
rdt, left at the GrOVer & Baker Sewing Ma
diino Agency, tai Rtate street, Erie. or by
1.1311, will receive prompt attention. A first CIIIM
werimumemployed to do repairing of pianos
Roses Gentlemen's rstrisils.Wsag
Mr. Warren L. Ross has taken the 4ore lately
acted by Justice, °been & Gallagher,.and
fitted it up with everything neeerwasyi to m a t t ,
a complete gentlemen's furnishing establish.
'Rent :His stock of Cloths, Cruisimeres and Vest
inCv and Ready Made Clothing Is superior to
anything ever brought to this city and we defy
hie; one to visit the store without, finding same.
thing to suit his taste. Mr. Rose has been very
successful in securing a Cutter who is not nu ,
p00,k4 anywhere. Under his skillful supervision
the concern is turning out work equal to the
e.d f:redern establishments. No Terrell can
etc an excuse for going abroad or clothing
tile hoes affords the conveniences that. he
In addition to his other goadrc itches also
operlor stock of Hats and Caps, Hery,
craws th,—ln short, everything that a nu in
3nt% in the clothing line can be got of Rom
Rad Kee for yourselves. ja2lV-tf.
si-Advertim•ments. to secure Insertion. must
• handed la by 8 o'clock on Wednesday after
ran. An advertisements will be continued at
le expense of the advertiser, unless ordered
1r a qpeelded time.
um :. to the premises of the suteteribt•r, In
Mill Creek, on Stinday,MaySth, two calves
me with tall off. The owner is requested' to
.me forward, prove property, pay charges and
to them away •, otherwise they will be disport
of neeonling to law.
je•3-.1w,. .1. WARFP:L.
=than Markle,} In the Court of Common
Pleas of Erie County, Pa.
saran Marble. No. 8 Feb. Term, MI.
'HE undersigned, appointed Commissioner to
take testimony lathe above entitled case,
II attend tcrthe duties of his appointment, at
men lu the borough of North East, county
Erie. on the 21st day of June, at ilolein , 4t
a., at which time and place all parties Inter
. can attend. ft. ITAMMOND,
onse and Office to Rent
NaS. sn AND 817;.
mute Street,. Erie, Pp.,
rlo Block. Apply to
WMlug to close my Music Store iun now
wring Seven Octave Overstrung Roitewood Pl
.:u tlia to WO.
six Octave Plano Cased Ilosewood Melodeons
irgunA from $65 to 67110
Every Instrument warranted for (lye years.
Z. SMITE, 816 State Street,
P. S.—Now 1,4 the time to buy a good tnatrn
,nt for a very little money. jyl3'67-tf.
FOURTH OF JULY.
And all kinds of
ENER & BURGESS',
AT WM )I.ESALZ AND RETAIL.
at lowest rates. Exhibitions
LIP la short notice. Bend In orders early.
it, Nut., Rititnit, Prunes Orissa"
4.lnons, umatid" Fruit, Craekerk Find
t;rocerin, Yankee Notions, Toys
tind Pitney Goode.
Yf MINUFAATITIRE PURE CANDY!
.)born ( lu•tvinq (luta, too Loxes Lemons, 70
' l , o ralge., MO boxes Fire Crackers, :MON
00 , 1, auo loaxes clam Drops, OD boxes Last•
ItrINV:11 8c ITCUGM/314'.
11 .t.eCO: .T.CIIIA.CCO:
J. W. TAYLOR, ,
SPUN ROLLS, Bs, 10s,
And all t h e other brands of
O 13 A. ()CO:
t- 1 PENN HTIIEET,
TonAcco AND CMG-AM!).
Place to get a choice article of Tobacco,
snuff and Opus Is at
In4aliaLtari mse mos ST.,
South of the Union,
41 * - ars on band a good assortment
"we articles of every grade, wholesale re
!. Alwo, Plpvx. Pouches, lioxes and Hmokerie
ev4Y description. Please favor toe
I/et. can. Don't forget the place, MS Peach
PEVirk StNi is, 1867.
- Erie A patellar& time
12 minutes - maims lbari F.rie e 117: god Er iet a rritealmiresig:Weights • Erie 10
.. -I.aan ,aimatt taxi.
DoingnEast. -. 1.:. . " • Goias *mi.
2. 4 30 p. m.. Day Enrols. ----• 4:00 P. In.
140 a. tn...lteD and seemarammtam... &OD a. in.
I:4S a. at....—_o..Nlabt gapetaa.—......— .V.LS a. at.
--.—Toletto sapreat... IWO a. ea.
10:20 a. M.N. Y.'dc Steamboat Express MID a. in.
1X•to .. a. in,
masa.—Nall p. so.
litin m....Wairran naeoniniousaioni— to P. m.
. • aMnpqnnica•
13r4 ain . —littabtt nExprisa:...... I:30 A p er . T
.klO p. an...
~.. A °dation— .... ....11.15 p. m.
Leaves rrvinitelt. Leaves 01104;
455 a. m......».. itlIS a. m.
Lap. m.-.pitds Ems a:
me.....-1 1 u1TPlctExpreas..—....12215 p. m.
ikr-Rallread on= are rested.to Warm
as when Aup chauttel made
are e lit the above
table. • ' • , • •
AR Unwszkorr Ccas.--.-The editor of the
Tidioute Jonrtud thus "pitches into" one of
the Epic sexist/14 krality "The bid) , (?) who
yesmr called the attention of
patched breeches, whereat_ hey both laughed
so heartily; is Informed that a neW'pair will
be purchased when her hushand'n'' little bill'
is settled; it has been due us pearly. a year.
Notes— . l. When you speak disparagingly of
a passer-by; atal 'do net Wish to be overheard ,
talk low. - 2: Don't criticise the poorprintees
dress too closely while • wearing silks pur
chased with , moneyslue him. 3. Tell your
husband to send 0,3.'70 at once and save
the cost of an entire suit"
MOST PROVIDE d. SEAT.—.TIIO l Kira Of Wil
liam Walker, who 'was killed by a collision
on the Long Island Railroad, some month *
ago, brought suit for damages in ilieSuPrenni
Court 'of New York, and on the trial the
Court decided, among other points, that it is
the duty of a conductor to furnisitscats to all
passengers. If. he should fail to,ddthis, and
travelers be compelled to stand,etenlbOugh
they stand 'on the platform,-and personal in
jury ienth , ,theconipatty r eannol pvail
themselves of the law which abor)iiets them
Pram liability' by posting notices in the earn
agninA standing on platforms. Mr. Walker
met his death wider_such ciklunAfahcFs.alia
his helm recovered damages..
Mrtrranv Drtrrnter ' vuu . Nturrinour
Fnosxrca.—The Military District of Jim .
Northern frontier, whit 3s Under the com
mand of Brevet Maj. Gen. Barry, U.B. Army,
extends along the Canada frontier Room Erie,
in the State of Pennsylvania, to -Plattsburg„
On Lake Champlain, the..north-eastern bor
der of the State of New York. Itcomprises
the military posts of Erie, Fort Porter, Fort
Niagara, Fort Ontario, Madison Barracks and -
Plattstrug Baraelar. - The U. S. regular
troops which at present are stationed in the
district, are the 42d regiment of infantry and
batteries L of the Ist artillery, and M of the
4th artillery. In the event of any emergency
occurring Within the limits of his command,
which may demand the presence and servi
ces, Maj. Gen. Barry is authorized to call up
on the U. S. troops which garrison, the forts
in the harbor of Boston and-New. York, and
also those upon the-xottst of New England
generally. The commanders of the U. S. war
steamers "Michigan" and "Perry," upon
Lake Erie, td of the " Chase," upon Lake
Ontario, have received orders to co-operate
with Gen. Barry whenever he may find it
necessary to call upon them for that purpose.
WATnuronn.— The -" Ntirseiw of Great
Mile—The little town of Waterford brinks
of having been the birth-place • and home of
more men- who have attained ideal promi
nence than any other, perhaps, in the county.
Look arthe list and comment for yourselves:
Of Law Judges, she hits thrnished one—John
P. Vincent—a native of the borough. Of
Associate Judges, five—Wilson Smith, John
Vincent; Samuel Hutchins, Wm. Benson and
Hollis King—all born there ; Of State Sen
ators, two—J. B. Johnson and James Skin
ner; Of Atimblymen, dve.—Wibionl3llllth.
Judge HutMins, David "Nimrod, Stephen
Skinner and Col. Woodward; Of Sheriffs,
one—T. B. Vincent—most wonderful of the
lot ; Genera* one—Strong Vincent ; Of
Colonels, three—W. 0. Colt, IL `S. Campbell
arid 0. S. Woodward; Of Captaiiis, Lieu
tenants, etc., a countless host; Of Lieut.
Commanders, one—the gallant. James W.
Shirk ; Of Mayors, two—Alfred King and
F. F. Farrar. Waterford also produced one
rebel Colonel, Henry W. Parmelee, but of
that she doesn't brag any. Let us hear now
what North East, Girard, Union, Edinboro,
.Wattsbirg, Corry, Albion, Wesleyville, Wei
gle ills, and other places in the
county have to say for themselves.
- A Nbvze. TELEGRAM! Sure.—The case of
Prather, Wadsworth 4; Co., of Pithole,
against the Western Union Telegraph Com
pany was tried in the Supreme Court,
at Buffalo, before Judge Noah Davis,
last week, and the claims of the plaintiffs
certainly make the suit altogether a novel one.
It seems that on the 12th of August, 1865, a
swindler named T. F. McCarthy delivered
a.dispatch to the Western Union Co., ind
one to the United States Co., purporting to
come from the Key Stone Bank, at Erie, di
recting the plaintiffs, bankers at Pitbole, to
pay checks of T. F. McCarthy to the tunount
of $20,000. Of the amount $113,000 was paid
0-McCarthy, and an equal amount, as it is
claimed, was passed to b& credit on= the
books of the plaintiffs. McCarthy, having
obtained the $lO,OOO, found it convenient to
leave fur parts unknown; and soon after his
departure the swindle was discovered, •.but
the whereabouts of the swindler has ever
since remained a mystery.' After a two day's
trial and argument, the Jury rendered a vet
diet against the Telegraph_company fol.
$1171.66, and the .court orered that the
plaintiffs recover 9 1.2 per cent. on Abe ver
dict as an extra allowance. Say of pro
ceedings granted for forty days, to make a
case of exceptions. Plaintiff; allowed twen•
ty days to serve amendments. Plaintiffs
proccedin stayed until decision by General
A Mumma SCENE.—A correspondent of
the N. Y. Independent, writing from Roch
ester, respecting the proceedings in New
School Presbyterian: Assembly upon the
question of a re-union of the two branches of
the church, says :
"It was a thrilling scene in the Assembly
when Dr. Adams, of New York, read the re
port of the Heasniou Committee. Most of
the delegates were ignorant of its contents. ,
It snoop admirably drawu doctonent---large
ly from dm Imo of Dr.Patte=teldettge:
The Assembly was fhil; and t h e read
ing of the paper you could have earl the
drop of a Uswikereldet Dr. Adants, with
his manly figure and Sue while head, Wood
by the Moderate:is side, aud read it with
solemn. and sOnorous emphasis. As he went
forward. tears began to start In the eyes of
the old men who had witnessed the awn
lion of the Church. pot .years
The fountains were breaking 14_9; And, in
blessed, full-banked flood or Christian love,
the ice-floes of controversy and prejudice
were swept away in the irresistible torrent,
-When Dr. Adams finished, we aU sat in mut! ,
_and in adoration of tho majestic
hand of God that had wrought for ma Etch a
glorious issue l Dr. Whom rose and offered,
a few tender- words. -He was followed by
Dr, Lyon; of Erie ; and tlum; the whole As
wildly arose to fair feet, and joined in a
fervent prayer of thanksgiving. It was a
scene lobe remembered to the dying-hour,
and to be recalled in the memories of Heav
en. -Hencafortb tie-Presbyterian Church is
to be one; •and what oe4 joins together let
no heresy-hunters ever put' Lowder l I ven
ture to predict that this hurried epratiok one
of the last thatyou will ever receive from a
Kew 00l General Assembly in the Church
of Cal Sch vin end John Knox—the church that
follows even tboso 431,, ,, hiy men only in so far
as they follow Chrlsr
481 Iltato Street.
wwuasr & rnAzrinrs
The extent to . which partizan' prejudice Is,
"carried by toast perausia Warta of the titina
etrlims features In our poor itintin maim'
There are millions of people aci constituted
that they can see no merit in any 0126 of dif
fering politics, and Will have nothing to
with thew either In
. trade, social and.
we Moth to ay it, seaready in rellgion.:', By
what extraordinary process individuals can
bring their minds up, to Such a stand-point,
It is 'difficult to tuulerstand; but chit the
fact exists is to palpable too admit ofdispute.
A good anecdote in connection with • this
subject is told of ham New York, who
man visiting Washington at the. Ulna whets
Mr. Van Buren was Vice President. Be was
a Democrat, and held Mr. Van Bunts in the
highest reverence. Re sat in the 'circular
gallery of the Senate, gazing at the Vice
President with a feeling of State pride; when
suddenly a tall, manly form appeared at the
side of the hall, and beckoned,- to .Mr. Van
Buren. There was little business doing;
and the Vice President calling a Senator to,
the Chair, joined the per son mentioned, when
both seated themselves on the sofa, snuffing
from the same boa; the hand of the Vier
President waslaid playfully upon the knee
of the other, and ever and anon a smarty
laugh Would escape `them, showing that
whatever the topic, It was agreeable to both.
"Is that Mr. Calhoun with the Vice Pres
ident?" said our Mend to a person near him.
"No, sir." "Is it Mr. Benton ?" "No, .sir."
"Is It Genenil Wall 4. "No, sir." "May I
ask who he is ?" "Why, that Is Clay." "Mr.
Clay !" almost shrieked the man ; "and does
Mr. Van Buren speak to him? Rot me if I
ever.vote for him again , And the aston-,
ished man stalked from the hart, firmly be
lieving that the rountry was lost. It may be
that this story is a mere fancy sketch, but be
it truth or fiction, it represents very nearly
the general feeling of two-thirds of the mass . -
. e 9 in both.parties. If anything, it seems to
us, that Republicans entertain it 41 a greater
degree than Democrats,. though it may be
that circumstances do not enable us to judge
fairly. For our part, we can say in all frank
ness, that no such sentiment has etvr entered
into our breast. Believing as sincerely as we
do in the soundness of Democratic principles,
and just as firmly in the unsoundness of the
Republican creed, we have never yet seen
the day, when we were . willing to regard a
man as a personal enemy, solely because he
did not think as we do on the mode of ad
ministering the Governnient. There are pure
men and bad men in both parties, and the
person Who has a true appreciation of his du
ties to the country and himself will be con
tent with carrying on a political contest
on the ground of principle, leaving all other
issues to adjust themselves according to the
well settled rules of society. Good citizens
are none the less good citizens because they
are either Democrats or Republicans. Let it
be the pride of every one to acknowledge
merit wherever he may- find It, and If
we cannot agree upon some questions, let us
at least be willing to disagree as gentlemen,
What is the Nicholson Pavement t
The following communication In relation
to the Nicholson Pavement we find in the
Louisville Courier. As the question as to
having the pavement introduced in this city
is now being discussed, no doubt it will be
read with interest:
rnEnssinum OP Tag orourin.
The ground is levelled' or rattier rounded
off, in such oral firm as, by situation, width
of Street, etc., may be required; after which,
in order to procure nice, uniformity, it is
thorougtlY raked and made. as smooth and
even as a house floor.
This consists of two inch white or yellow
pine planks laid side by side, lengthwise of
the street; so as to entirely cover the ground.
The planks are then completely covered, by
means of suitable brooms, with a coat of
liquid'aichaltuni and coal tar. The planks
are now turned, one by one, the other side
ug h and treated in the same way with the as
c. hum_ and tar, and allowed to remain.
This constitutes the substructure, which is
now ready to receive the upper stratum.
THE UPPER STRATUM'.
This Consists of white or yellow pine par
allelogramic blocks eight inches high (with
the grain of the wood,) three inches thick
and from six to ten inches wide, with straight
Racal faces and right angles ;'together with
strips of board of the same matetial,•kour
inches wide, three-quarters of an inch thick
and five feet or so long; laid in the following
manner: Beginning, for instance, at one end
of the street, a series or row of these blocks
is set up on end across the' street, hem curb
to curb, with their broad flues fronting up
and down the street But before thus placing
them in position, each block is completely
coated with asphaltum or tar cement by be
ing submerged in it • The fiat line of blocks
being thus set, a line of strips also coated
with cement is laid and nailed up against the
blocks with one edge resting on the plank
substructure: Now another series of the
blocks, treated in the same way, is set up
against the strip, and so alternately until sev
eral rods more or less are laid. There is now
left between each two consecutive rows of
blocks, a continuous groove or cell, three
quarters of an inch wide and four inches
deep, extending from curb to curb, which
constitutes the foot.hold.
This consists of clean gravel, screened so
as to vary from the size of a pea . to that of
five-eighths of an inch in diameter, together
with asphaltum and tar, treated and applied
as follows: The gravel is heated very hot in
suitable sheer-iron pans, and then filled into
the cells level with the autism.. Asphaltum,
also heated hot, is now poured from a vessel
provided with a spout, into the cells Until
they are filled with it, andwhile the gravel is
yet hot ; and, before cold, this filling of grav
el and asplmituni is awedged or rammed,
:which is done by metals of a bar of iron of
suitable width two Ret or so long, and just
thick enough to enter the cell,which is placed
edgewise on the filling and hammered upon
with a heavy hammer. The whole &niece. is
now treated to another finishing coat or cov
ering of asphaltum and coal tar.
,This omsists Of a layer of sand and tine
gravel, spread over the entire surface, about
an inch and a half thick and allowed to re
main, .;whieh becomes partially pulverized
and ground Into the fibres of the wood,wash
ed and wont off by the action .of ruin, horse
and vehicle. -
The pavement is now complete. •
It will be observettlUt; - to - artily secure
and support the several , parts and pieces,
they an so arranged and laid as to Wm'
joints; and that, while the intervening strips
separate the blocks at the top, to furnish foot
hold, they also serve to unite them at the
bottom in such a manner as to make them
self-supporting, and rein the tipper sMiturn
(consisting of the blocks and strips) one eon-.
tinuous and substantial body of wood.'
Anything deviating from the above (except
"to substitute some other good wood for the
pine blocks) is not true.
lizatarAriox.—The following Is the letter
of H. L. Richmond, of Meadville. declining
to be a candidate at the Radical primary
meetings for State Senator. Although it does
not say so in express words, its tenor is ono
of bitter hostility to Lowry:
-At the time I permitted my named to be
used as a candi4te tar State Senator, I did
not suppase I Would have more than one com-.
POW* 04 1 1 po4ty, fa this lam disap
pointed. rp n}4* of .Tque being
occupied by 4qr am* m.X Pr9ftwilal/al du.
ties will not permit me,. were' J so InAlned,
to enter personally into the canvam • . The to.
salt then, will Iwobably be, If Col. McCoy
awl - myself uskuutri its the field, to throw the
choice to our Erie county contestant. By no
act of mine shall this be accomplishid. Ever
tbunkfist to my friends far their regards, for
the resinous giyen, they will pardon me for deans lao_m_lo fuldida tt
June pso7, 11,
Goon Pmultmtstnr.—lt has been truly
said ,that "the noblest soquisltion of man.
kind is speech, and the mil useful art Is
writing' One thing Is certain, no yawn
capable of writing a neat, legible and rapid
hand, need ever want Or constant and re
miumradveemployment ; it Is a specie of
capital that most forever render its possessor
independent. This is shown in the remark-
able success of the graduates of the Iron City
,(I=4 Bs insburgh, where the art is taught
to . It is conceded on all hands,
,wley is not only the finest wri
ter, but the most s =waste/ teacher of Pen,
manship in this country. ' - "
Thayer, Noyins as eo. will exhibit in this
city, on Tuesday, tho•]Btli, corner of Parade
and Birth streets., films adrertisersuut -
warn= says, "Condemn no man because
he does not think se yon think. let every
one enjoy the hall and free liberty of think
ing for himself."
Tun editor having been absent since Satur-
day, and compelled to prepare the matter for
this Issue bogie staithig, We are without our
usual Sdi repent cir loos! doings. _ -
Lunar aitaiii", Assistant Postmaster
at Tittneidoin laudgatd Idspoiltims. It is
the firstiesissos within thir raemam a( the
oldest fit;' Width* i Radical in this
section bat indents:Up resigned anallite.
A ollitedso German, of Cintelind, who
had atnamod considerable properly, Went
down to the wines few dayssince end Mo
rainal aikido by shine his throat Gan ear
to ear with a razor. -
Lowur's eaten pions pretensions ate tho
cause of fun being poked at him on all sides.
A correspondent from Iteadrale calls him
the religions candidate. Those who are best
acquainted- him with will appreciate the
" sarkasm." -
A Pr.svvear. for the benefit of New Ens
Lodge of Good Templars will be held in
Farrar Hall, this (Thursday) everdpg : . Pre
parations have been made to render it one
of the pleasantest entertainments of the sea
ARE WE to have a general Fourth of July
aelebratkm, or are we not? Our MI fellow
citizens have arranged to celebrate on their
"own hook, whether the rest of the population
do or not, and It will be a shame if native
born Americans allow themselves to be out
done. In patriotic zeal, by those of foreign
WE ' understand that Henry Butterfield,
Esq:, has determined not to he a candidate
fbr reelection as clerk of the Courts. The
only candidate thus far announced for the
position is Capt. Judson, of Waterford, who
seems likely to.seeure the place with little or
Tur. Venango litiectstnr says of Senator
"His sermon in the Senate on the Phila
delphia Sunday Car question indicated at the
time a great mental change. It was a splen
did display of aggressive goodness, and vig
orously anti-Beelzebub. In the higher (esthet
practical piety: Hr. Lowry is always
Tim best cure for bard times is •to cheat
the doctor by being temperate ; the lawyer
by keeping out of debt; the demagogue by
voting for honest men, and poverty by being
industrious. Subscribe' fur the Erie Ob
server pay for It in advance and • have
a clear concience and rest well at night,
A3l editor of one of our exchanges is a
little the "richest" man we know• ot?ii-.tli e
offer that he makes to procure new-subsert:
bets. Hear what he says: For two new
subscribers, furnished by any good =looking
young lady; we furnish a husband, or if we
dill in that, will marry her ourselves as soon
as the law will allow.
Tint Doylestown Democrat in some com
ments on the Van Daniker case, says : "It
may not be generally known that these de
tectives work on the principle of no detec
tion no pay., Some allowance is therefore
to be made for a jury not finding a -man
guilty upon their oaths merely. Railroad
conductors do not know what hour a dace
tive may have his eye upon them. Females
are frequently employed as spies."
TIE 6 Girard Spectator thinks that "either
our fashionable young men are seized with a
sudden fit of economy, or their salaries have
been cut &wit so that they can't dress re.
spectably. It is really painful to see them
going through the streets, theirt thin legs
shivering in the scantiest of pats, and their
coats so short as to leave a considerable por
tion of their bodies exposed. to the searching
As the political season is approaching, we
would earnestly recommend to all con
cearned in organizing mass meetings, not to
announce among "the distinguished gentle
men who are expected to be present" the
names of any who have not positively prom
isvl to attend. The plan of publishing the
neatest Orthe invited as of -those who are to
attend has been carried to such an absurd
extent that the public has lost all faith in
THE stockholders of the Union &Titusville
It It held a meeting, on the.sth inst., and
elected the following officer* for the ensuing
year: President, Wm. S. Brown; Vice Pres
ident, j'. G. Stranahan ; Treasurer, Orange
Noble ; Secretary, IL H. Frisbee ; Directors,
W. S. Brown, 0. Noble, Henry Rawle and
A. T, Marsh, Erie ; P. G. Stranahan, E. Coop
er and R. a Frisbee; talon. The late Pres
ident of the company, W. A. Galbraith, Esq.,
declined a re-election. The company are en
deavoring tocillect their subscriptions, and
an energetic attempt is being made to push it
forward to completion.
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•Wa Uris.-A sensible writer says : "We
Americans are not only en extravagant, -but
ostentatious people. We habitually spend
too much on our own stomachs and our
neighbors' eyes. We are constantly in -hot
water, not because we cannot live In comfort
on our means,but because we persist in spend
ing more than we need or can afford. Our
youth squander in extra food and drinks; in
frolic and dissipations, which should be the
nest egg of their future competence. When
cares and children cluster about them, they
grumble at their hard fortune, forgetful-that
they waded the years and the means which
might and should have saved. them from
present and future poverty."
ODD THINGS AND ODD SAVINGS.
A swam. was reef/nay sold in New York
for $3,000. In this• same city women make
shirts fora Shillinga-plece. •
A vrrms girl in. BWyboygan, Wia., swal
lowed a needle over g t ago, arld a few
days since it came out at her knee.
WIIIPPIZte school girls on the calves of
their legs has been commenced in the Auro-
ra, Illinois, schools. It's a Boston patent:
A. Wi/AWISPOTST exchange says that,
to the puvalettee of TewdftM there,
ladies who hate to be out alter n igh tfall ase
arming themselves with revolvers.
A XAN in Maine whose flesh' began to drop
from his feet about a fortnight ago, can find
nothing to stop the disease, arid is nqw a
skeleton as far up as the knee,
A SABLE Min In Memphis attempted to
commit suicide because the =mut of his
divinity was opposed to the matrimonial ni-
A gut in Neiv• York State is on trial for
the seduction of his first wife, after having
been divorced from her and married to an
Iwwts DAVIS, formerly waiter - in a Spring•
field (Masa.) hotel, is now a San Francisco
millionaire, enjoying an income from a single
• r mining company of $50,000 to $60,006
Tux Columbus (Ga.) Sun speaks of a white
schoolmarm whirled around
-in !PO. at 4 } D re a d
chips, " a y nor, if irked It
A !am pl i Wt Connecticut classifies ha
4= v9 1/ and deaths under the heads
4 and "certain
ty," whiett as bad as the Western editor's
" - hatched," "matched" and "despatched." •
A =ow In a street car in New. Orleans
thrpateued to shoot a woman who had pro
tested against ht limits, nsquick 44 he
would Unitl-AlWlilloielter Tilt ti/i143140
said te 04 rte darn re put blot out as he was
s colored 11144,
Ciriz or die meanest turn in New England
Is said to reside at Nrothampton, bless, Be
sued his brother, the other day, for twenty
dollars, for the board of himself and wife
during a visit which they paid 'hint three
years ago, when ant married:
IN A town In Northern Berkshire, a he•
reaved widowerwaa recently presented with
a bill of $3 for digging ids wife's grave.
"What," gays be, " two dollars for digging a
grave in that soft spot? I would have done it
myself 4w a dollar.
dares L. IlAwis, of Bengal, A~ich , tires
recently sued by Baran Thomson for breach
of prondae; Claiming amages. He
soothed her woundW affec tion s by =Mb*
her. But a few days afterwards he was again
sued' by Mary A. Nelson, whom ho had lived
with as his wife for seventeen years, though
never legally married. She claims $4,600 for
wages during that period. As she has borne
ab him le. six children her demand seems reason
. . . ,
• ST. LOUIS has a shocking sensation. A Rev.
Mr. Mattice, whose amorous propensities
overcame his clerical_ exclusiveness, made
love to and won a-young and beautiful wife
of an old physician named Fischer. -The
reverend lover was a bright and shining light
in the Young Men's Christian Association
and to that body Dr, Fischer set Rut;
his -grievances. The result is that Mat
tice has been dismissed from his and
she who loved not wisely hag retured to her
A wArrEit girl in a hotel at Burlington,
Vt., married last fall a mulatto cook in the
same hotel, the pious clergyman Who united
them being of the the-catmg,- miscegenation
stripe. The mulatto took his white wife to
Hartford where lie abandoned".her, and she
has become a misersble outcast, and is now
in confinement on the charge of bigamy:
having indurtll a young white boy to marry
TITE Fort Wayne Democrat tells of a bean
tifhl, intelligent, amiable, fascinating and Ira
mensely,Wealthy young lady in that eity,who
carefully conceals the knowledge of her
Wealth, wears cheap clothes and works in a
millinery shop, waiting for an interestiue
young man to wco and win her "fir herself
alone ' There will not be a milliner left in
.Port WaYne in three menthe.
A TARN= in New York willed his &ugh
.ter tbur thousand dollars on condition that
she would many a Catholic. clergyman. As
Catholic clergymen do not marry, the daugh
ter endeavors to break the will. The chance
is that the old man didn't mean she shoo Id
have any of the property, and took this way
of saying so.
Two little boys ran away from their home
in an Ohio town one day last week, and left
a note stating that they were going to the
Rocky Mountains to hunt buffalo. They
were captured about six miles ftom home, in
the act of shooting at some calves with a bow
and arrow, taken home and put to bed with
out their supper.
Evansville, Ind., recently, a man lest
the button off Lis shirt collar, and crossed
the street to ask a woman if she would give
him a pin to fasten his collar. She, thinking
be meant to insult her, alarmed, her husband
who rushed out with a loaded pistol, hot for
vengeance.' It, was with some, difficulty - an
explanation was made. '
AT A Ishionable wedding at Norfolk, lust
week, the bridal presents were valued at
$lO,OOO. Among them were a $5,000 roll of
greenbacks, two seta of diamonds, a camel's
hair shawl, and large quantities of silver
A " Trh " wedding -was ,observed-after an
unusual manner in Vermont the other day.
The wife eloped with a young fellow taking
with her all the "tin" her husband bad saved
in ten years. The discovery of her absence
of course closed the festival. -
- Juan JoxEs, of Chicago, left her home,
and deliberately, and without any pretence of
having been ruined, went Into a house of
prostitution, whence all the efforts of her
parents have not sufficed to bring her away.
elixir things will happen—in Chicago.
CONNECTICUT num was arrested at Pitts
field, charged with eloping and living in
criminal connection with his stepmother.
The matter was compromised -by the son's
paying the father $5O and a silver watch, and
retaining the woman. •
A MAN named Thomas McAleer mas ar
rested at Boston, for personating"a State con
stable and committing adultery with a woman
whom he' promised to protect-in his official
capacity if.she would comply with his wish
es. A great moral and economical idea.
" Tttt. Nunsznv."—We have received from
the publisher, John L 13horey, No. 13 Wash
ington street, Boston, the sixth number of
the charming little Juvenile monthly, " The
Nursery," a quarto shaped 13 mo. of 32 pages,
designed expressly for children under eight
years of age. This number completes - the
first volume and its success-has been great
It hail supplied a family want that was long
felt, and should be liberally patronized by
parents who desire to cultivate the tastes
and administer to the pleasure of their little
" NED NEVINS TEE NEAT BOY, or Street
Life in Boston," is the tithe of a Book written
by Rev. Henry 3lorgn,n, which is selling very
rapidly, most of the first edition being sold
wholly in Boston, and within a few days of
its publication. It reveals much of the life
of the " dangerous classes," in the large cities,
as they are Fenerally spoken of in this country.
This book is deeply interesting, as itpresents
in vivid colors the daily life of the juvenile
outcasts of the city, and their mental and
moral characteristics, as well as the causes
which lead them Into vice and crime. It is
a book that-all may read with profit, and es
pecially those who take an interest in refor
matory movements. The price of the book
is $1.50. Lee it Shepard, Boston, arc pub
WOMAN'I‘ WORK IN THE CIVIL. WAIL-
This is one of the few works, relating to the
war, that we can unhesitatingly enclose. In
the beauty of its typography and the excel
lency of.the engravings, it is a model. We
are glad to see among-the engravings - the por
trait of Miss Clam H. Barton. The vignette
is an appropriate and lzsauSful picture, re
calling, one of the most thrilling scenes of
the war. It represents the gray-haired bar
ham Frietchie unfurling the stars and stripes
before the advancing column of rebels under
"shoot, If you must, thlggray old head
But spare your country's flag! she said."
The work in question has been in Preps•
tion for more than three years, and some of
the ablest pens of the nation have been em
ployed in writing its sketches: Agents are
wanted for the sale of this book in every
part of the country, and its superior titanic
ter will make the task a very profitable one.
The publishers are Messrs'. Ziegler, McCurdy
& Co., all Chestnut St., Philadelphia.
Trim DIAMOND These:is—Dodd Copperfield
—Forty thousand copies of the three current
issues of Ticnor it Fields' (Boston)"Diamond
Dickens"—" The Posthumous Papers of the
Pickwick Club," " Our Mutual Friend," and
the "Personal Experiences of David Cop
perfield the Younger "—hail . been sold, lip to
the day when the'latter appeared. That the
enterprise is a success is no less certain than
it is gratifying to all who admire its standard
character, convenient size, clear type and
generale comeliness. And it isalmost
satisfactory to know that the illustrious
author shares in the profits of the publishers,
accruing from its sale—that, although stolen
fruit is considered " sweetest," his labors do
not go unremunerated. Mr. Eytin" is one of
our youngest American artists, and his illus
trations of the "Diamond Dickens" are meet
ing with warm praise in all quarters where
criticism is considered valuable. His pencil
simply reproduces in form the penned out
line of the novelist's creation, and that in a
manner which does credit to this issue. "Da
vid Coppertield" is the third volume of the
"Diamond Dickens," and is Issued in the
same compact, convenient and elegant style
as the "Pickwick Papers" and "Our Mutual
Friend." Every lover of Dickens should be
sure to get this edition. The illustrated vol
umes are only sl.sf) each, and the• plain
- $1.25. •
WE know of no musical instrument for
which there.is a greater demand than for
the American Organ, the reputation of which
is bafil upon its solid, went, The internal
construction differs from all other instru
ments, being on a superior principle, while
the absence of comphcation renders it less
liable to get out of order. The action is so
- delicate, that its response to the touch is as
ready as the Piano Forte, making it desira
ble for lightand quick music as well as for
that which is connected and sustained. We
trust our readeri will take early opportunity
to become acquainted with these line Wawa
menu', as no home is complete without a
musical instrument—Beaton Traveller.
INtonT--Eittimmi—At the residence of the
bride's Gather, on The sth Inst. at Congress,
- . 0., by Rev.. S. M. Baldwin, of Falrvlew,Pa.,
assisted by Rev. Mr.• Reed, of Wooster, 0.,
- Prof. Lyman S. ,Knight, of Fairview; to
Miss Tamar L. Stanley, of Congress.
lisnnoubT-FnEtr=ln Erie, on the , 30th
ult., by Rev. W. 'Rittenhouse, Mr. Philip
llerbold, of Buffalo, to. Miss Rattle' Frey,
of this city. ••
Dattve-Dcwour—On Wednesday, May
/ 5 4 at tli reablaqce qfhriele's fath - er,
in kwilgtield, '
4., Harpy,- of thiseity, to Miss B. A. De
01,4300n--0111Zst--On the 30th of XV, at
the residence' of tite ttritie'tt WIWI, in
Washington ity Eider C.
• Bols7P, of adinboto, Mr. Wni.PittClOugh
of minboro, to Miss Dacia M. Green, o
Wnshlngton tp, [Printer liberally Teuton
Bamps—ln Commit' t township, May lati
of numb palsy, Mr. Daniel Barnes, age
08 years. •
THAYER, & Nom
Collection of Trained Animals.
SEASON OP 1.867..
EVERYTHINO NEW, EVERYTHING NOVEL.
AN ENTIRELY NEW ESTABLISHMENT,
QU lncluding A NEW LAND VERY EXTENSIVE 3LAII
ENTIRELY NEW APPOINTMENTS - AND PROPERTIES,'
NSW WAGONS. •
wade b Jacob Roth, Girard /limo and Eighth street.
mac by L. J. N. Y., at the most ex
qatalte worknamodill. and dciign,
NW TRAPPINGS AND CAPARISONS, NEW SEATS
AND UPHOLSTERY, NEW DECORATIONS,
DAN NUN AND FLAGS. NEW AND
F.LEO A •T BAND CHARI
OTS: .tr., NEW AND
SPLENDIDLY DECORATSD ANIMAL CAGES.
The Part wPi be brilliantly lighted with THE
NEW ATMOSPHERIC LIGHT.,
In conjunction with meat Of
' THE OLD FAVORITES.
who in years pin have been held in ouch high esteem
by the atattranteut reeking public, THAYER & NOYES
A LARGE ADDITION TO THE 'EQUESTRIAN
COMPANY by the engagement of a number of the
MOST DISTINGUISHED ARTISTS
IN THE PROFESSION;
and n'hleh they C,=lesaly
ONALLENCE CONIPITITION TO [QUAL.
• In order'. Allard their patrons a new source of ex.
They bare purchased, at an unprecedented outlay,
A CAGE OF ENORMOUS TRAINED LIOIIII.
the ]areert awl tined .ever Imported into this conntry,
and with which their trainer and keeper,
MR. CHARLES WHITE,
will give tivarlety of
THRILLINO AND SENSATIONAL PERFORM.
while in the den of these itavaze monsters, and
MR. WRITE BIA S E D will PEED TUE LIONS
HAN WIT D H RAW
MEA e FROM MIS
it every exhibition, and In tho centre of the arena, in
presence of the entire audience,
- THE BABY ELEPHANT,
recently imported from Attlee by MSSES. MIXER
& NOUS expressly for their establishment, and which
is the-smallest animal of its kind ever seen in America
or Europe, being ONLY FORTY INCHES IN HEIGHT.
Under the careful and scientific training of Mr. C. W.
Noyes, this interesting juvenile already performs mar.
vele, and exhibits a degree of litelitTence ouch " has
been rarely I f ever developed in these exceptionally ,n
CHEAT PUBLIC PROCESSION,
In which will appear tho
NEW AND GORGEOUS BAND•
OR nu. GOLDEN DAIS OV ORPIIEUS, drawn by a
splendid troctps of Blooded Bosses, and followed by
I=l array of Beantifitl Carriauus Ornamented Barn.,
ted Tableau Cars, TUE kflitatait/LIS DEN Or
LIONS, frns BABY E: EPIIANTS CRADLE and
THE 'PLATFORM CHARIOT.
neon which will be Seen TUE NOVEL AND MIT.
LNG SPECTACLE of
• Pt LIVING WILD LION,
nacaged. =chained and '
LOOSE IN THE OPEN STREETS,
111 SCAM at once grand , startling and excitiag
PECULIAR To THAT= A malts , wow/.
J . MC 1
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The Equestrian ,Company of 1867
COMPri4PII man) auditions Dorn the HIGHEST RANKS
OF Ti l t PROPESttION, and without :taming all, the
itunutgetueut call attention to the !glowing names
DR. siNMES TRAVER, the Popular Humorist, Jes
ter antirmple's Clown, whoss wit, fue and.mirth•pro
yoking, pecullarites have wade him a universal favorite.
MIL C. W. NOYES, the auccessrei Animal Trainer,
and the owner. trainer. and exhibitor of THE CELE
BRATED PERFORAIINO HORSE.
GREY EAGLE, •
which will be intrcelueod 1y him of each exhibition'.
MIL CHARLES REED, the Great Itarebselt Rifler and
MR.VIIARLES P-111K - Cd. the Mna of Xany Forth§ .
MII.IIOIIAGE Sti ITO and SON. in their Great Doable
Act, Mote! and - Graceful Equestrian Scene ;
HOME .t KEEFE. the Aetonishing Anabathrorme
Perforutera and Oy - •
T E MIACOBTPTIIERS, acknowledged to be tho
best and most nettling Tripe:dela in the-World;
MADAME DELVEME, the Graceful •and Charming
MISS EUGENE DEFOG. the Da4ting E.questrletme;
SIGNOR MARTINI CIIMIISKE, in hie Great Seen
on the Slack Wire; Quaid' the must remarkable perfor
mance ever even; _
ASTKR WOODS COOK, pupil of C. W. Noyes, the
Champion Leaper and Boy Rider of the World. In his
Great Hurdle, Bareback and Double Back Someratudg
Act, In which to stands without a rival:
3111. inElnnx 31.HtE;T. Horizontal Bar I"oitotmer
and Accompliihrd ttintnto,t;'
MR. FR /I..)rassaN, the GreatSeaskle Rider
VP 'TOIL th, Boneless Mao Wcadeend
limier the direction of V. W. Hopes
In which no through , the sword exercise
and stistmal ea horse Lack;
MR. JOHN' fIrSTEIIsON, Ihtont Leaper;
MR. E: D.3'IIILLIPS. Vaulter, ; -
MR. eIIAhLES W - I.IITE, the, Lion Tamer„tn ltfa
Thrilling Scenes in the Den of Lions.
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MR. C. W. NOYES will Introduce the diminutive
BABY ELEP;IANT, ORIENTAL HIRAM,
and demonstrate bIA wnnderfnl training ability at ex
emplified In the intelligent performances of this inter
esting animal. Mr. Morn* will alsointrodane his BEAU
TIFUL TRICK itORSI:. GREY EAGLE, and his cun
ning and pretty LEARNED PONY, " NON D ER,"
the delight of the little one..
DR. JAmgs L. THAYER, will introduce his COMIC
DrLES: SAM AND DICK,
is a langhable scene. and his humorous pony " 0 Jan
uary." in a comical episode.
DR. JAMES L. THAYER, the Popular American
CHARLIE PARKER. the Comic Clown and Joke-
Cracker. will appear at each performance And introduce
his COMIC PONY
FRANK ROBDISON, Button-Bluster and Side-Split
ter to the nation.
The 'performance In the are^• will commend with •
GRAND AND BEAUTIFUL ENTREE entitled •
THE BEDOUINS' HALT,
realizing the Kraut an Arabian CarSTAII halting for the
night at an °ails hi the Great Ihuert, in Which the
FULL STUD OF HORSES -
will appear, and go through a meat number of besptipl
evolutions without saddle or bridle.
Children under 10 years .
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY.
Afternoon at g o'clock. Evening at 75i . o'clock.
WILL MUM AT ERIE,
On the Ease Ball Ground, earner of Sixth and
Parade streets, on
TUESDAY, JUNE IS, 'O7.
DOOlll open at 114410 7 P. M.
A.3OISSISSIONir-: , • . 50 CENTS,
Children under 10 years r. Cents,
Also, at WATERFORD, Saturday June 15th.
FAIRVIEW, Monday, June 17th. NORTH EAST,
Wednesday, June 19th., WESTFIELD, Thursday,
F. L. COULDOCE:, Business Agent.
JEWELRY, SILVER WARE,
, And a great variety of
A NOY GOODS,
PartaronSulklintr, 28 N. Park Place, Erie,
Next door to Merchant's Union Express Co.
A stock of 9'J1,000 worth of elegant and fash
ionable goods will be offered, for the next three
months, at a very_ great redaction fn price.
Theltock iq all tprti mid purchased at lower
ratin fir gold that now, and determined toavold
losses in future, small profits and cash transac-.
liens shall benefit alike customer and dealer.
Thirty yearn established In Mir., in the same
nSbe some guarantee that no great
amount of isrepresertudion lid enlidgrod.
but Jtist ego Elm , and onus America
spirit to varrokt saftinuissct ens n and good
. SILVER spools OF 'coiNAILVEik
For sale or made to order, %sleben and all
kinds of time keepers mil Jewelry aralWre
paired And lortierMiled, time me ow
ittirgs744 T. Id. AtlsTis.
lIEARN, CHRISTIAN dv CRAIG,
CABLE ROPE,. HOPE, PACKING, HEMP
OAKUM, lILOCILS AND HOOKS
WM. H. GLENNY,
No. 12 Park Row, between Brown's Hotel & Reed House,
Cit;oeliery, China,. Gluon Ware, Tin
COAL OIL CHANDELIERS AND . LAMP
SILVER PLATED WA.RE!
TABLE - CUTLERY, LOOSING GLASSES;
Parian; China, and Glass Vases and Ornaments !
31erohantAs'Supipliod nt let.* than NVW York Prlese:
NEW YORK CLO4IIING 11-4 USE!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
No. 4 Noble's Block, Erie, Pa.,
Two Doors South of the New i 3 ost MU'
MEN'S, BOY'S &= CHILDREN'S
CL : 0 • nr II I - IN !
IN ENDLESS VARIETY. THE RICHEST' SELECTION OF
ELEGANT CLOTHS, CASSWERESIND TESTaGS_
FOR THE CUSTOM TRADE. ALL FOVELTIES IN
Gentlemen's Furni*lhing C4c)crdig,
ALSO, UMBRFT.T.AS, TRUNKS, &c.,
At Prices Satisfactory .to All,
• 11 •
10 00 SOC - an4lPi 's - c•t yst••' I
my 4 3-3m
Great Broad Guage Double Track Route to
New York, Boston and the New England
This Railway extends from Dunkirk to New
York. VD miles. Buffalo to New York,tll miles.
Salamanca to New York, 415 miles. And is from
to Z" MILER THE SHORTEST ROUTE. All
trains run directly through to New York, 480
MILES, without change of coaches.
From and after April 5 1 1, 1807, trains will leave,
in connection with all the Wbsteim. Lines as
follows: From DUNKIRK and SALAMANCA
—by New York nine—from Union Depots:
tai P. M., Lightning Express fmm Salamanca
daily (except Sundays). Intersects at Hor
nellaville with 2:20 P. 31. Train from Buffalo,
and arrives in New York at 7 A. M.
7:30 A. M., Express Mall, from Dunkirk daily
(except Sundays). Stops at Salanlanca at
1(K0 A. M., and connects at Hornellaville
and Corning with the 8 A. M. Expre* Mall
from Bualo and arrives in New Ybrk at 7
4:15 P. M., New York Night Express, froin Dun
. kirk daily (except Sundays). Stops nt Sala
manca at 6:ffi and arrives In New York
at MU P. 3f., connecting with aAernoon
trains and steamers for Boston and New
From Buffalo—by New York time—from Depot
corner Exchange and Michigan Stn. •
645 A. 3f., New York Day Expreas, daily (except
Sundays). Arrives in New York at WM P. M.
Connects at Great Bend with Delaware,
Lackawanna & Western Railroad for Phila-
delphia, Baltimore, Washington and points
1:00 A. M. Express Mali, via. Avon and Hornelts
vine, daily (except Sunday). Arrives In New
York at 7to) A. M. Connects at Elmira with
Williamsport & Elmira Railroad for Harris
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington
and points South,
=) P. SI., Lightning Expzess, daily (except Sun
day). Stops for wood and water only, and
arrives in - New Pori at 701 A.
(itO P. H., New York Night I.press., daily. Con
nects at Hontellsville with thetlsP. M. train
from Dunkirk, and arrives in New York at
' l2:30 P. H. Also connects at Elmira for Har-
risburg, Philadelphia and the South.
1:31P. M., Cincinnati Express, daily (except
Sundays). Arrives in New York at 8:25P. M.
Connects at Elmira with Williamsport & El
mira Railroad; at Brent Bend with Delaware,
Lackawanna & Western Railroad, and at
New York with afternoon trains and steam-
era for Boston and New Englund cities.
Only one train East on Sunday, leaving Buffa
lo at tole P. 31.,..and reaching New York. at 12:30
A. M., in advance of all othor routes:
Boston and New England passengers, with
their baggage, are transferred, free of charge, In
- The best Ventilated and most Luxurious
Sleeping cars In the World accompany all night
trains on this Railway.
Baggage checked through and fare always as
low as by any other route-
AsR. FOR TIcRETti VIA. ERIE RAILWAY,
which can be °Waned at all principal ticket of
fices in the West and South-West.
H. RIDDLE, WM. R. DARR, •
. Gen'l Supl. Gent Pass. AWL
NEW Vll 1.
Having associated With me on the Ist of Janua
ry Andrew Mayer, in the
BOOT • & SHOE BUSINESS,
The firm will he known as C. Engtehart & Co..
and the business will be carried on as hereto
fore at No. 11) West Park, Erie, Pa.
C. ENGLE HAW.
- Buy Silver Tipped Shoes for your children. A
majority of the children wear holes in the toes
of their shoes in a very few days; then the shoes
are soon worthless; and a new pair must be
bought; The only way to prevent this great
waste of money is to buy shoes protected by sil
ver tips. They never wear out at the toe, and
make a pair of shoes last three times as long as
without Tips. Leather Caps have been worn to
some extent, but they have proved worthless.
Silver Tips tame a neat and substantial appear
ance, aml do away entirely with the disagree
able sight of dirty stockings and protruding
toes. We have constantly on hand the only as
sortment of Silver Tipped Shoes to be found in
the city, including fine Hewed shoes, Balmoral's,
Youths' Boots, he., which we offer, together with
a large and fashionable assortment of Ladies'
and Gents' Fine and , lieavy goods, nt the lowest
rar14137-tf. t ENGLEILtitT & CO.
Keystone National Bank,
Belden Marvin. John W. Halt . Elihu Marvin
Beater Town, 0. Noble.
ORANGE NOBLE, PmsL JNO. J. TOWN, Casil
The above bank is now doing business in its
CORNED OF STATE AND MUTH STS.
Satisfactory paper discounted. Money re
ceived on deposit. Collections made and pro
ceeds amounted for with promptness. Drults„
Specie and flank Notes bought and Ftopt.=A
ahare of public patronage sollei;ed.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
&C.. &C.. &C.
IN GREAT VARIETY
NOW OPEN AT
KOD1 1 1114N;
For the Handkerchief.
, A Most Exquisite, Delicate, and Fra
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31intufacturol only by PHA LON At SON
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sow by DraggisO geacrein
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS
AND PWEMX BITTERS.
The Most Successful NedicineS
In the World.
Established in 1825 by one of
our Most Eminent Physicians, and
now used throughout North and
South America, with more pleasing
results than any other Medicine in
cases of diseased Liver, Blood or
Skin, Indigestion, Costiveness,
Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism
and Fever and Ague.
Thousands .of certificates are in
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They regulate the System and 'put
all ,the functions of the body,
in a healthy condition.
gold by all Druaists. Mita L• .llcarbind. Propet.
ekes. Emmons to Dr. Jobs Moffat and Dr. W. Z.
Sewing, thick or thin, without , change of ten-
Mon, and does beautiful Winbroldering. The
Lock Stitch Machines are used for -Lighe ga t k
heavy tailoring, by harnesa and shoe makers,
Simple in construction—quet and tstoy in opt. ,
Sewing machines exeltangedl and. to rent. by
the week or mouth. Silk, Cotton. 011, IVoe4ls
dc., constantly on hand.
aprasl,7-tt. .4%,(W.Ney,,ftli State SA.
ireß, El, FAULKNER, M. D.,
81710:31FAJN AND 11011111PATII IC pIiATUAN.
far:French Street, Eric, Pii,
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