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warriors, though tier nalaces are in ruins,
her cities inlears, and het people in chains?
I say no 1 she has never cradled a slave. She
has furnished to the world her quota of great
men, and if she was too poor herself to sup
port them she linsigiven to• every nation on
Earth Some of their .bravest and brightest
lustre. If our friend of the Dispatch thinks
we are ambitious and blood-thirsty in trying
to throw off the i•oke of oppression, he must
have changed his mind wonderfblly since
the time of freeing the blacks of the South,
which he considered a most sacred course.
But let him think .as he please, I welcome
the gun and bayonet as a sacred means of
elevating the condition of a tyrannized and
oppressed people, and if some time they have
assumed the Shupe of the serpent by redden
ing the shroud of the oppressed to too deep a
dye, they have as often burst forth into
celestial fidikers to deck the brows of free
men. I weleomc them because at their blow
a mighty nation sprung np at this side of the
Atlantic, and at the crippling magic of their
quivering crimson light, these Colonies
sprang into the attitude of a proud Repub
lic, free, prosperous, limitless, and invincible.
P. T. B.
The ie tobrittreic.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, ISG7
FOR SUPREME JUDGE,
Hon. • George Sharswood,
DEMOCRATIC coryTT TICKET.
_ SF.N ATE,
G. W. lIECKETi, of Crawford Co
ISAAC IL TAYLOR, Washington,
F. P. LIEBEL, Erie City.
WILSON NOORE, Waterford
JURY COMMISSIONER. -
P. 0. STRANAIII N,Xuion' Borough
CLERK OF TIIE COURTS.
R. IL ARBUCKLE, List Mill Creek.
J. C. C...tUFFMAN,iL'oekport. .
JI2,%rES LYTLE, Erie qty
ALDEN POMEROY, Conneaut
TO EVERT DEMOCRAT.
We hope that no Democrat will forget the
yogi importance of securing a full party vote
at the election on Tuesday next.
All the information we obtain is of the
most cheering, character, and
,leads to the
confident belief that if the Democrats. turn
out in their ENTIRE svituxont we shall win
a certain and overwhelming victory.
In this city the prominent men of the Op
position Openly 'concede the State to the
Democrats, arid ive are convinced that noth
ing but the Most gross and culpable neg
lect of duty
- on the part of t our friends Can ,
deprive us of success.
The great,- and almost file only danger, rests
in the probabz7ity that many Democrats wto
ha re,not given the subject proper reflection, or
are bnapprised of the encouraging prospects,
deeming the eontest of little interest or feeling
dtehearte n ed over NW disasters, may not risit
the polls, and trill thus allow it to go against us
We would earnestly urge upon every Deni
ocnit of influence that from fhis time on he
should devote as much labor as possible in
pressing the-importance of the struggle upon
the attention of our friends, and securing
their presence at the polls on the day of elec
See. to it tit at no vote is lost under any eir
If any are about to go abroad, jdead with
them to remain ; if.any are feeble, find means
to enable them to be on hand;' if any luck
the necessary papers, place them in the - way
of obtaining them.
Arouse the apathetic ; encourage the de
' sponding ; gtiffen the Aback-bones of the timid.
Have your, Vigilance and Poll Conimittees
been appointed? If not, call a meeting - of. the
- active Democrats at once, and see that the
matter is properly attended to. Be sure that
none but reliable, faithful 'and efficient men
are selected, and insist upon having some of
their number at the polls every minute of the
We need scarcely remind you that this
election is the key-note to the next Presiden
tial campaign. , Should we carry now, in the
three great States of Pennsylvania, New.
York and:Ohio, victory will be almost ccr
tainin 1888. A half dozen votes gained or
lost in every election district will win or lose
us the State. -The cause is as sacred to every
Democrat. as 'the affection he bears to his
family, or friends, and we trust there are none
in Erie county whO are not willing to render
any service that may be needed to promote
TEE LAST _ TWO Penults.
The , absurd and -- Onscrupo.m. ands tr.
which the AidleAls *lli resort ibr inectss re
ceives fresh illustration in the ,toinse pur
sued by them in the present campaign.
Finding-that npdn the legitimate issues be
tween ffis tWoliaitles they were certain of
defeat, they have fallen -back upon- the old
plan of appealing to the hates and fears of
the public, and- eircatlating false stories cal
culated to work their followers Up the
highest stage of partizan excitement.- The
overshadowing questions .of 'reconstruction,
of taxation, of extravagance, of negro_ suf
frage, of the proper mode' of regulating the
liquor traffic, are• left almost untouched by
their press and speakers, and an attempt
sought to be madO to diyert the•notice of' the .
people -from them by unfonftided represents=
tions of the President's intentions, 'and,
peals to-the worst qualities' of their natures'
We have not seen a Radical editorial or
heard aßadical speech for a. month, which
did not reiterate the exploded canard that in
case of a Democratic victory in Pennsylva
nia, fir. Johnson - haa deterinined to disband
the present Congress and order_ an election
ident adiita tileOlttfrek%unkt the Pres
eat the purpose alleged , that ho dOes not pos
sess the authority--to do so, eyerk .wished,
and that every man of good sense knows .it
would lie a fhllure if attempted the "roar-
back" 14 u "gtxxl, 9ough.3lorgan:" to the
presenteampaign ettds,andwould,oontinne to
be dilikeztly- circulated were ra voice from
Heaven'to deny . it. Thste-is but one answer
that can be made to such nonsensical stuff,
and that le to pronounce it plainly and point
edly the•lie which its retailers well know it
The outcry ttgairist Johnson does not seem
to have had the full effect desired, and anoth
er bug-a-boo has been invented just upon the
eve of the electioi, which is expeCted 'to be
more anew:scut. In Baltimore
number of military companies, as in almost
every large city, and It so happens that they
are under the commander Defnocratic tap
- tains. A short time age, these companies,
wanting additional arms, applied tothe Gov
ernor of the State to supply them. The Fed.
eral Government, having a surplus, offered to
dispose of a portion to the State, and the
Governor, asi any other faithful Execiuive
would have done, - finding that he could ob
tain a good Pergola, made a purchase accord
ingly. Among the arms obtained were three
batterieS of Napoleon guns far the use of the
"sumo number pf artillerY - eetbpanies The
purchase of these guns - offerod,ma aValLible
topic for Radical cant, and since that time the
most astenishing•reports hive been poured
into the ears of. the people. They are,,pfave
ly told that the: President is preparing for a
revolutionary movement, that the;Governor
of Maryland Is preparing to assist Mtn ; with
the militia of that - State, and'that the Gov
ernment. Is to. be overthrown by the rebels,
with the aid of the few small cannon an d
half disciplined artillery companies aforesaid t
One would think that a humbug of - this sort
fould bear upon its face aullicient evidetteet
of its own absurdity; but nitthing appears too
silly to be duly swath:Wed by Radical cited*
ity. For the last week this gip stogy has bow
vamped and -revamped by •evers_Radied
speaker in our county, from : the renegade
Brewster, (limn, down, way down to the su
perannuated priest who aspires to be our
next representative-in Congress, and we pre
sume that by the present time all the weak
minded portion of the community are fully
impressed with the belief that the Governor
of Maryland is-rapidly marching to seize and
hold the Federal Capital with a couple hund
red militia and three trifling batteries !
It is hard for one to keep his temper ins
dealing with an enemy that so continually'
resorts to the sheerest and silliest canards fare'
the sake of deceiving the masses.. To follow
up and explode them all, would require more
skill and time than falls - to the lot of any doz
en newspaper publishers. One is no sooner
stamped with its true character than another
is coined, and whether contradicted or not,
the Radical leaders persevere in publishing
them wijh n bravado that would be antusin,g
were it not So contemptible. Oar hope
is in the good sense and judgment 'of the
people—that they will receive them at their
toll worth and no more—and that no amount
of falsehood, deception or Invective will
blind them to the all-important issues . which
demand their imniedinte and serious consid
THEE DISPATCH AND JUDGE WIL
After the determined antagonism of the
Dispatch to Simon Cameron, and the - clifitie
of -which he is the chief, it was no more than
natural that we should expect it to be consis
(cut h, opptmitig Vim ricc thni or any Vl Ills
fitetion to office in future within this Coin
monwealth. We confess, therefore, to some"
surprise at finding an editorial in its columns
of Wednesday, in which the support of:fudge
Williams is vigorously urged upon its read
ers, and an attempt made . to • palliate the ob
jectionable features of his recent. Alluding
to. the familiar fact of his intimacy with Cum
eron, our coteniporary seeks to "swing
around the circle" in the following ingenious
"The'Democruts are -making good use of
Williams' intimacy with Cameron, .to• tell
against him, for the well known reason that
.Cameron deo Dot command the full respect
and confidence of the Republican party.
Though we cannot, by any means advise a.
party to elect their man at all hazards; let
hint be what he may, merely for -the .sake of
power---[an evil power when in evil: hands]
—we do not believe Williams' relations with
Cameron ought to influence a single'vOte,
because they never have been questioned by
any bat Democrats, and do not appear to go
beyond such intercourse :as ordinarily tran
spires between politicians. If he is of the
true Siutoa Canugon stamp he ought lo.?ie
erwhed at oat?. Crushing him now• how
ever, would be the . sureeqs of Sharswood,
whose political affinities are far more objec
tionable than the Cameron school of sitar
pets. The. Republicans have nothing left
them except to elect Williams. Failing in
that they make bad work through the in
fluence Which the election of a Democrat
would have upon the country. They can
see their way out at the , ballot box, and we
advise them to do it." .
We have only to say, in reply to the above,
that if onr cliteinpontry is still in doubt
abottt Williams' "relations with .Cameron,"
it can readily have its uncertainty removal
by inquiring of any of the particular friends
of the latter in our city: The evidence is so
positive.that nu oae ha-s florid& deny it, that
he is one of Cameron's most intimate asset
elates, that he was put forward as the special
representative of that artful intriguer, and
that the votes of Cameron's men in the Con
vention made him the Radical nominee kir
the Supreme bench. We trul our cotempo
my will take souse pains MI ascertain the
facts for itself, for if it really itmans what it
says, that "if he is of the true Cameron
stamp he ought to be crushed at once," jug-,
tice to its readers and" the country's cause
'requires that the particuhtrs should be made
• The argument of the Dispatch that it
would be better to, elect Williams, 'had us his
record is, than to have Judge Slaarawood
succeed, is as flimsy as its attempt to conceal
his political a.RoPlatlons. It is glaringly in
consistent with :the theory of the ;editorial
immediately preceding., the one to which we
allmle, discussing the duty of , Ilepublicans
towards Lowry, in which the following sen
d Are men, %imply because they belong to,
a party, bound •to sacritice..every principle
they feel Inn one. and that one • the. support
of a man to represent their .party alto will.
disgrace it, and who is ngnant,to.them is
every sense 4:Sl:mmOW , Not .mnelt: , diser-•
ganization about that. It 'is a .stand for a
right which no man has the privilege of de-,
pnving another, and no sy.itern 'of .politleal
orthodozT dare prescribe-otherwise." . .
Now what ohjeOloncan' bp nmed #gnt
Lowry that: does not. :tient With the . sante,
force against Williams? .Both are :meinbers
of the saute , objeethirtablh. clique, and the
election of 'either would be hAlled" thiaucti,'
- out me length entrbreadth of the land as u
Cameron victory. We were told, by the ,
Dispatch last spring.ihatosery honest citizen
owed a duty mitts country to contribtite th
the defeat of the Cameron elan at every haz
ard, and that almost, any, event would ,he;
better than its continued retention in power.
How can our cotemporary reconcile its
posithnt'af that time with its support`Of
Hams non: ? , Quoting , its own language::
'Are men; simply because they belong to
a party, band to sneritiee' every principle
they feel but one, and that one. the support..
of a man to represent
,their party who will
disgraCe it, and ivho,is repugnant to them.%
evert- sense of the word ?
ni4nErircTiori oimmuto tvivvrE mew,
The 'Radical papers, for seine time Past,
have been malting a wonderful ado ever an
_alleged reduction of the State debt.which is
declared . ‘ by sf Preelamation of 'Got • Geary
to have *erred within -the_past' year., The
utnount alleged to:have been reduced is some
eighteen hundred thousand dollars, which,
we are told, have been paid ."without'collect:
ing one single dollar frolic the_flyntertrid
tme." They neglect to state; however, in
What other shape the tax has been levied and
collected. It is not true that not a dollar of
this amount was e i tilleeted as tax ueon real
estate. In 1866 anact,ivas panned
the-real estate tax,.but there—ls no evidence
that it has been' 'dl-4ecattlnued.' ' '`
upon the people—the "mecbaniennd fanner' ,
included-Imo- been more than. doubled
during the tuall
These same parties—who tens announce
this reduction' of the. Suite ilebt-r-hitely sent
requisitions to the various county authori
• ties fur amounts of money enregating(judg
lag from the amounts elaitnedY from Berks,
T'ork, Fayette, Allegheny, Indiana and West
moreland) tblly two million dollars ($2,000,-
way This, they 'said, was to be paid in liets
of the real . eitate 'tax for 1860 "aridlBo7. The
additional sum thus dent:aided amounts, for
each of those Yehrs, to nearly , the total of the
origitud levy, and the whole: hum for both
years will have to be paid during the present
year. To do this a new tax levy will have
to be made.. The State officials can well pay
of 41,794,044 of the State debt out of the
$3,000,000 in the Treasury, when they hash'
so good a prospect of getting $;3,000,000 .be-
fore the year is out, by means of an extra .
tax levy.' By that time, however, the people
will have learned, to their cost, how - State
debts are reduced under Radical officials.
Those who paid real estate leer fiomlBos to the
present time kilow that therehae been no fedue
t:bnfh their :tote,.e fOr State ,purpolsel . Wheit'
they come to pay;dming this year, the extra-
levy for 1806 and 1867, they will discover,al
- that tlielr taxes have been more than doubted
orer 1804 and 1865, '
Not (nay are the people required to pay
la extra taxes the whole aum,thusdesiomina.
tel a oreductioll of iltate'debt," but they
are re,quired to make up in. the same way,
about /tundra thansand dollars for in
ereased authorized by the laic corrupt
Leyidaturel; Olelni one million dollars - for sums
agoanderesl in contracts and donations to polit
ical farorites by Me Paine body, and about half
a million dollars lost to the State on the twenty
three million loan, by paying sir percent. inter
est on tinta.red bonds to take tip fitted &pie& of
the State bearing fire , Zer cephiajeres4
It entirely to late In the day
, too set op a
claim of good management - in finances for
Radical oilicials—.,State or; Federal.-• The
people have a constant refutation"of the claim
In the east burden of taxation under which.
they are wearily plodding, and ; whilst cam
five; are abridged and Insurie4i • are debarred
the majority of the. working classes, It will
require something more tangible than words
to convince them that the Radical State iul
ministration is a success. When the people
fed reliered, they will not need to be tokl Mat
their braylens hare been, lightened.
a‘ RENO ” GROW.
We cannot help but think that the Rata
cols of this county must be rather hard
pressed fbr stumping ; material when they are
compelled to resort to such a worn out polit
ical hack as Galusha A. Grow as their lead
ing gun in the campaign. This Mr. Grow
was formerly a representative in Congress
from the Tioga, Bradford and Susquehanna
district, of this State,_and by some stroke of
fortune was thrown to the snythee as Speaker
of the Rouse of Representatives. In making
the apportionment of the State, a district was
cut out for. his express benefit, but his unpop
ularity bad become so great that although
the Radicals were supposed to have a certain
majority of several 'hundred, he was defeated
up an out-and-out Democrat, Finding his per
litical fortunes•upon the wane, 'Mr. Grow
sought to obtain consolation In the speculative
field, and the next thing we heard,Of 'him he
was up to his eyes In oil operations,. as Pres
dent of the celebrated• Reno enterprise. The
character of this concern is too Emil* to
the public to need repetition, and it is en&
cient indication of Mr. Grow's moral quali
ties that he should- have lent' himself to the
promotion of Culver'ii fool-hardy experiments
with a full knowledge of their internal weak
ness and rascality. The untimely fate of the
Reno scheme left Grow high and dry, both as
a political and business adventurer, and since
then he bas been iterinibnlating the country
from East to West, vainly believing that by
repeating his • school-boy declamation and,
traducing his old time associates, the Radical
party will be induced to take him up as its
next candidate for Vice President. It is mu
iiiently'appropriate, however; that a humbug
in politics, and the President of the wildest
scheme for , humbugging the people out of
their money that was devised during the
speculative oil mania, should again appear
upon the stage as one et the chidsPokesmen
of a party whielt , is itself the greatest hum
hug of the age.--j--- - -
Tire Anti-Lowry . Repeb lic+ns m ust be
blind if they cannot see that the main object
of Mr. Lowry and his Men& in the present
campaign is to secure control :of the' party
organization In so effectual a manner is to
retain it as long as they choose in the future.
They have already, constituted the County
Committee in a manner to snit their por
poses, and in the selection of the Vigilance,
Committees the Interests of the , Lowry.
clique have been kept as steadily in view. A
glance over the list shows that three-fifths, if
not more, are Lowry'S active supporters, and
WC have good reason for the belief that in
receiving their instructions care has been
taken to impress upon- them the need of
speciallrilevoting themselves to securing as,
large a ,vote as, possible for. that candidate.
Shofuld his vote be nearly or quite as largess
that for the remuinder'of the ticket, it will be
made use of to show his popularity among the
people, end' the opposition element will be
claimed to comprise amere handful of the Re.
public:ln voters of the county. Redo not know
what course the Anti-Lberry men proPOse to
pursue, hut if . they allow themselves to 'be
dragooned into .his. support under the eh ,
cunistanexs, they will prove themselves rich
degerving the fate that has attended them,
and lie unwerthy the syMpailiy of any class
*fill community. , His sear at the pres
' ent-tline will mike• him more domineering
Allan ever, and his enemies Orly •relf hport,it
that. T henceforward he, will show them no
qeSrtiz. •It is the candid , belief of many of
our most intelligent citizens that if the Anti
.Lowry element were to rent:tin away, from.
, the field; Oriote for tlic; rtecuOcratic candi
date, Lowry's defeat could In easily Secured.
pat it to their, would he.
wisest tti pursue --40. give hint;
ilentb-hlow IA; onett n o tari by . .heljAng agitin to.
elevate Unto power,.enable him to wield
eoutmlof,the party for yelirs 1 b the , futufe.
Theis t Me rests Wholly in their -hands; and
they most decide for themselves:what it shall
Sotte of the friends of Gov. Curtin may he
at'fi Infs 1 4.4C-c9Rut car,theitiicuPiW.-ze-al With
wilehltir: Lowry and have upposters are hi
'honnefor the sneeeSs Of Judge
They lurid' Seldom been so active in',Otist .
campaigns, and there :are reasims,-undonbt-:
edly, which amount; for their exertions at
present: Can it be•that the•; inotivc 'lica in'
the faettinitlit,i,lilaras',is * .orie Ofithe. llituons
Cameron clique, and that a large vote. is du
sired ibr him here in order to• show, that the
; oppositiohtO'Canteron ,ii:not as sirong, as
has been represented ,f It wiliterecikileeted
that when , Camel-On elected. the friends
Of Curtin in our county set up a terrific
cry of indi;hation, and 'declared that they'
would show tltoir Ciiiideranadon of ihe.act
at the wells :when • the opportunity Offered.
The'Dispatch and Gazette charged eatiteron
with behiO•tiMi'vorst than inPe4uiSylittnia,and
lotulh mdleti-for.a. verdict . against him lard
his friends from the -people. • The lime has'
come when th .e 'coietedo,pportiMity- occurs,'
and-lo,'histeud,Ol n'aWing out, their boldly
announced intentions,- we find them
had heeti Cameron's MA& all their lifetithes.
Is it MO? that ;MT: LOWry, 4,710 is
Canurun's ino:it intimate 'friends; • wishes a
heavy vote for Williams; .in order that he
Stay olahn it "as an endorsement 'of his
morn,* Ortott i 'ille t r - sited States SelustraildP t
We merely Guess at the matter, but ventprti
.fie iiredietion that in ease Judge Williams
teeelves the ftlll Ihulimil' vote, it wilt be re=
ceived by 'gr. Lutyry l aia'vindication of hita
self and Oreairal Can:Oran, and . .s O heralded
by him throughout the commonwealth; •
Hon: John Hickman, waS nominat
ed by the nepublleans in Cheift4r 'county for
the 'Pennsylvania Legislature, Mat le a sPeoelt
in which he gives Ids opinion 'of: larristmrg
in the rellowing plain terms:"
- world rather spend three'nionths Vie
poor house or prison' of Chester county "than:
in Harrisburg. ' No man. can, go there and
come back with an unsullied reputation, and.
I am not sure that it ,is not ,my enemies
rather than my . ' friends that . desire to send
me there."7-Dotpat'ell. ' • ,
The picture of official life in Harrisburg
drawn by Mr. MiC*lll2lll is anything . but a
complimentary one tolls'party friends. For
more than seven Fears they bays had entire.
control of the State Government, mid if mat
ters have Mown to such a stage in - that peri
od that an honed man like Mr. Hickman is
afraid of i tnistinkhis,repniation at the Capi 7
Lai, what will:they:come to in case the same
party remains in power a foil years Imi,girt ,
Wenincetely tinst that when 11r, lo:twry's.
friends read Mr.' ilie.kqtres inPresMitallimof
the friglitfebilatixlaeas Prevailing at Rat '
visburg they: will dinsiss Ammforiis# him to
spend hbt winters there fat' Aide 'ytOtrs Ten',
et Thb goal Ileok ' eicpcitsabt 'tertian that
we should lead any one into teallttelk)e,eaut
lt is no his amoral than •pdigions •crime to
pendst in compelling Mr' T,nTy::nt 'JAW
locality where' his
ter is in danger of corruption. •
, We were not wrong In opposing, a coupie
weeks ago, that the: Radicals would invent
'some 'shocking story, before tba election t 6
help their cause. As we predicted it would
bc, it Ims taken the shape of a charge against
Mr. Johnson, that he proposes a revolution
erg - scheme to accomplish the overthrow of
the Government. It is-needless to say that
the concoction is:false:from beginning to end,
mbolly.witbout.finuulallon, and given Curren
cy solely to influence the election: The place of
its origin was in the columns - of Foniey's Press,'
-which is sufficient to stanip its true character
In the estimation of every person who knows
the reputatinn,of that paper, Qf course it ,
has been eagerly Seized upon by ill the
smaller Hadicatorgatts, and we are not sur
prised to find it copied into the Union Star,
with the following additions: _
" That a 'serious design is entertained by
many of Mr. Johnson's friends to lay Strong
- hands upon the Governnient, if, by the -elec
tions this fall, a pretertie should 'be afforded
them to do so, can no:longer be doubted.
Every day the President is becoming bolder
and more reckless. Every day- his Copper
head advisers are' more persistent in their
endeavors to push him on to a grand coup
d?tal. ' They have planned for him,' said
one of the Democratic Judges of our Su;
preme Court of Pennsylvania, in the pres
ence of a prominent citizen of Erie county,
the other day. "I have just returned front
Washington, where I saw the President, and
advised him to at once issue his proclama-
tion fir the election• of n new Congress from
all the States, without regard to the recon
struction law of this Rump Congress; and
if the members returned are not admitted to
the Capitol, to swear them in himself at the
White House, and to call on the army and
navy to support hint in - doing so."
We presume - it will 'not be hard for our
readers to guess who the " prominent -citizen
of Erie county" is to. whom the above is
to have been com munlcated. The "prom
inent citizen" is in the habit of hearing a
great many things that never were uttered
except in his imagination, and this is proba
bly one of the same-character, We take the
liberty to inform the Star that in our belief
no Democratic liidge of the Supreme Court
gave expression -to the sentiment. attributed
to him, and that the entire fabrication origi
nated in the fettile mind nt the " prominent
citizen" aforesaid. In case the "prominent
citizen" is prepared to furnish the proof of
what he alleges, our columns are open to his
use. . .
THE vigor with which the Radicals are
conducting the present campaign is the best
proof that can be given of the alarm they
feel over the situation of their party.. In
this county meetings are being held at every
cross-n:1ml, documents distributed by the
bushel, and the ' most extraordinary efforts
made to poll their full vote. We understand
that a campaign fund of several thousand
dollars has been procured, and that money is
being used with a prodigality seldom wit
,riessed in the most important campaigns. In
Crawford county the same zealous exertions
are being . Ptit forth, and special efforts Will he
made to keep the Radical majority at its old
figure. The Radicals have a vast advantage
in conducting their campaigns in this section
in possessing innumerable office hoppers and
oxpeetants, who can be relied upon at all
times to furnish funds, address public meet,
lags, serve on committees, tkc, The Demo
crats,having neither offices nor the prospects
of any, have no incentives aside from their
devotion to:their principles, and AS In most'
case of the kintillie work of the munpaigtts
falls upon a,feav zealcaisraen.. lit would, he
impossible to arrange si series of public meet•
ings this fall, if it were even thought ad
visable, and our sole reliance is upon the ex
ertions of our friends in the different districts
bring.,out the entire party strength. If a
balfdozen active men in each township and
ward will set themselves earnestly to work to
secure this end, we feel more confidence in
its results than could be 'derived frotu any
other means. • -
Tuft 'tidiest; proclaim the doctrine that
n judge must ghillie his decisions in 'accor
dance with the views and opinions of a polit
ical majority. With. n judiciary- of that
'stamp, Constitutions and laws would aiuount
,to nothing, and the decisions of out courts
be shaped to suit the fickle fortunes ot par
tition organizations. The monktrosity of the
theory ought to be sufficient to seal it with
thC unanimous opprobrium 'of the public.
The Dititopritcy believe that a, judge should
be independent; arid baSe his opinions upon
the known and recognized principles of law.
:JtidgeWlllthrilsvetictorses the , that proptisil
tion—Jmke, Pharserotal adyocate the sec
ond. Friends of an independent and honest
jridiciaryi.whielrwilt yoit •choosethe jurist
whose fidelity, to iti . ,trust, through long
yearn ofoilicial has won hint the-con
fidence and a/fief-Aim of. the ablest of his polit-
icitl enemies; or the man Who is so am
•hifious to sedate 'ciatted station that he is
willing to piettiltrite' every attribute . which
•we look for in a judge, and pledges himself
in advance t ,sulta in coort as his
; party may auk . him r ,
HOW THE STATE TA X ES ARE “HE.
iv — tesK 4
thorized one per .ebrit r . more Intertlt Ori the
new State loan et; twenty-three million dol
lars, and made the loan free of taxation.' 'By
•this . Proceeding The State loses, atinualiy,
S`MO,C in interest mid fullj . , 8239.000 in re-
Mined taxes - Besides this they added $44,-
000, additional, to their own , - salaries and
*se of the Radical . o)llcers and employees
about the State !Rthe; and, sqUanderett over
-amillion dollars in contracts to politieares
riritm, in donations to negro '‘col ,lemt," and
perquialtes JO .. supeinUtiterary''
about tho,4'enitenthirtes, Rouse ;:of*Befoge.
- Asylums, ik.e. To meet the effects of this
reekless extravagance and corruption, from
one to _ } w a million dollars . have beets added
ito,the-peracatal tax levy of the various coon
flee for the years . 1846 and 1807. Can the
people - care so very for
, their r Own in-:
_terestsSas to elect another Radical: Legisla
ture or support •the candidates otts party .
:11Jelt is ;i3onstantly- tn' n" "
I I As gu."Lowny "416
votes of Democrsts,•ft may he well Ar.sbaut
M'know.thatiusend Menden:le the.
' active-labelers In thilt doeti In emit* ifti
,to defeat tlu t)4n ocrnfjc Slate ticket', •• The,
speakers Called here ,from abroad -to stir up.
the Radicals h support of their party organ-
Ization, are all his personal Mends, and,liave
been procured - atlas sptcial solicitation,! And
to showlvhat be is individitally doing in the
matter,,we quote front his Titusville speech:
" In' 'conclusion let me remind' Ilk that
every vote for filatravvond'injures The credit
of •the •Government, And destroys the value of
its obligations both 'as currency and for se
curities; His election would bring war and
disaster upon thousands of families; Cripple
every limiest industry, and bring upon the
country a - financial crash, such as the world
has never seen. ', 5
We Cannot help but thini tins
Mat who will give. Lowry his vote alterthe
above declaration, most have a very liteakei
attachment to his prineVes,
.respect, . whin - is capable of giving
such a distorted,,, hypocritical and offensive
statement of the issues at sttke has no elides
Demoeiratie „. • .1 _
. Ramninws vitalTisir ow Dts.'
Wo.desive to'keepc the afflicted in formed of
• th e visit •of the distinguished ,L sal•- , n,_ Dr.
/Aston. from the'Alhany Eye and :Ur lidr.
mart'. Remember he will ba taßrown's Ho;
AA in this city, on - Tuesday and Wednesday,
the 15th and 16th'days offithi
ping for these two days - only.. Those who are
afflicted wink thmthess,'Catstreh; D
lironi the Ear.lloises in the Head. otyV"
ends of the Eye, EtirThroaror Mr.Pamm e
•hy consulting DrAltdoltl6ll finis'
lion, which may hive been 'tong :Sought' hit
batmot *Mad until pladingthilliestmder
Lis skillful treatment: In - tommending the
Doctor the'AUffaing.i.3 hatireitonda. the
recommendation.of all Who. • have -Owed
themselves under treatment. •
Tun worst that . the liteadvillC , :Repuhlksh
c m say of the Detoperittie candidate fortlen
ate is as follows :
" Mr. fleektit is a lawyer or dad ded
ty, but a politlehm without any:eletneats of
popularity outside of his party. He was.
formerly • a Whig, afterwards an American,
then a Reptiblican, - and by some .singular
fteak . of, politics, was thanvertc4 to Temocra
ciraccording to the modern the
term. He is a good fellow, but hoLgot into
"compan_y, and be badly
svhipped by Senator towry;', Personally we
wish he belonged to a better party and was
worthy of.tt better fate." -
We understand thatl!n - Hocker's identVl
- with the Repabflean !tidy -criiitinned
until 1882, when the arbitrary measures and
corruption of the party 'forced him to desert
it. Throughout the rebellion he was 'what
IS known as a." War Democrat," and he ac
quiesced in all the legitimate acts of the Ad- .
ministration fa restoring .the Union. He
has never been an extremist on either side,
and should he be fortunate enough to secure
- an election to the senate, would -be found
' one of the fairest and moSt conservative
Members of that body. His record is such
thattho dissatisfied :Republicans of tho disp
tricf should have no hesitancy in giving hint
THE Radical paperi do not like the exten
sive desertions which are taking place front
their ranks on the part of the Germans. One
of them, the Meadville Journal, which, since
Its change of editors, has deteriorated to such
an extent that it host intimate 'friends will
ecaready recognize it, makes some remarks of
the Observer on the subject the text of an
abusiVe and silly editorial. We can tell the
Journal that neither its childish wit, nor
more (childish attempts ut severity, cauthoOd
winki.the.Germans any longer tp the fact that
the ittdiearparty, as an orgminhiation, is file
worst enemy to them in this country. They
know that every offensive measure designed
to subvert their interests or defeattheir wish
es has been originated by the Radicals, and
that if that party could carry hut its purposes
the social principles of the Uernums would
be rendered' legally odious in every State of
the Union. The warm Gerinan love for lib
erty carritid many of them into the Radical
ranks, under the supposition that the leaders
of that party were honest in their declara
tions, bat they are rapidly learning, that free
dom in the Radical view only means the
right of sustaining what they, approve, and
opposing what they denouncat
As old Whig was overheard vigorously
declaiming to a crowd of his partyfrieuds,
the other d ty, that Ahings ht 1 came to a
pretty pass when die only exponents of their
party creed that could bc placed on the
stump are, renegade Deutocr4s; who went
over for the sake•o? office. "Just think ofit,"
said he, "there's Lowry, who, some people
say, carries„ the' Republic party in his
breeches' pocket ; there's Scoffild, who was
defeated in a Democratic caucus one day and
took a nomination from our side the next ;
there's Parson Whallon, who stuck to the
Democrats 114 long as they were in office ;
and now to cap all, we must have Brewster
and Grow eomes" atnong us to instruct us
Ulises true Republicanisin. - I declare it's
too lkad,'and if our party can't find any but
.renegade Democrats to =map it, it's about
time we started one'that will."
Demoeratie rote is a rertaid rietory.
A fall Dernoe'ratie role is a' certain, victory
A fall porcratir vote:is a certain Victory
.1 faltDemoiratie rate ia a rertari4
The Way the Gazette Supports Lowry.
All minor issues, all personal feelinp.
should be disttardell; and a harmonions,•'ntal-'
ted and hearty effott made to elect our ticket
by u majority of Seven Thousand Five
Hundred loyal ballots.—Gazette if last week.
Tue. WAY tinvitY SUPPORTS TAE GAZETTE. •
(lide Tiluns7le Speech.)
, In my own county, the weak-kneed, bow
heap.* and. sunkenreyed , Republicans who
are always against me as a end dog hates
water, aided by a hireling press, organized a
terrible fight against me, and dill threaten
mischief; but I fear them not. They have
opposed me six years to so little purpose
that they cannot in the two to left them
atcal away sq . % of: the fohr thousand ,el9otity
of This Distriet,imon which I have a right to
It is not for myself but my people that I
appeal to them to rally et the polls, for the
generatrnlet, thept eme l iudgeship, and
the uptii. - i have leaked
Senate, Witliiinti zeal, pressing upon the
people of the State the wants and growing
.iniportance of my District. and, -I say it not
in vain-glorying, I believe that the public
men of the State and nation are more strong
lq to Erie through me than through
any other agency, while her debauched press
has but drawn upon her the Morn artalateveas:
of alt whose friendship Ls worths rush to her
or her commerce, and every vote she,. gives
agalreit me le a vete'for'Andrew ,lohnictearel
the devil , and will prove, as chose of the past
hour have been, rather expensiire ' hriparieS. -
• • have - stood for six years in the;lien,
ate battling-for the rifts of man,and.tobold
in check incorporated rascality. It. is my
pride, during that time, not to have given one
vote on any! political • question which dots
not isoyi;if it did northen, meet the approval
of every Radical man endpaper in the State,
always excepting tho,Erie papers, 'end; they,
by their indecent and venomous abuse, have
scored me without mercy, but not, - as the rc•
sult !glows, without profit to me, for they have
disgusted thinking people, and won me the
sympathy of toinir-a titeatedisinlihrErleirdt
Erie county. .
"Weak and short-sightedUten have slander
ed me because; I refused to vote for gtcyens
the the United States Senate, who stood be
foe ualp his grave elethes,imd when Itheet
Steveniunrite other side of Jordin, he will
cheer me tbs. my firmness and censure those
who, Itt Such a time, brpuoht him to,
bt oisupb an,errant, itiniivaponsibleto
a great - extent for theeketion of Simon Cam
eron; and I glory in it. I feel that my work
Is not done, and those Republicans who have
attempted to strike me • down, will receive
my forgiveness Pef O l7O4lVY, reevuXheitowit
!rlie warirpolltnteiti the•neWspapersne Erie,
clear through, was unjustifiable, and I will
live to hear my enemies and Any country's
,enemies say to,:
IT 15 said that the sitiliet;:of the.. Wtushing
! ton Libra ry Company ate
of purpose mamfested_hy those who first in
atlgututitt the tmterprise, the (sir:less with
' ,Isrinen the proposed final distribution is to be
mutd; the pluiotic iiipmar, to
-9 4,1thlentlia surplus Is to be applied.
•• • eve ,fixm.luthlAlponita t i n treafillence•
Urge' ver - the Sales Wen Ur that the
trustees hope to anticipate the time origin
ally fixed ferqt)ittr dispeliml94l9fltbeJlibos,
amounting tdthree, 'hundred thousand del
hirs,lhterphicingthe...fauds collected- ranch
sooner than therexPected hi. a channel to
carry out the noble. act ofttenevolence which
was the oldect of theirenterprise. All those,
therefore,. who .dearre to participate• with
them in the pleasure ordbing a good action
Should subscribe without-ldelay. They will
•receive at once 8 tine engraving, worth at re
tail more giant*, money invested," beOldee
gift'of such value es. their share may, be en'
titled to iit.theihmi. distsibution. Mad. the
advertisement. • • , •-' -1
"Husbands, toje your Wives,". and give
'them Plantation Bitterswhou.their are suffer
ing:from nervousnesb, general debllity„ Nat
spasme,,or any of the thousand and one
(Ukases to which the weaker sex is liable.:
Having- yourselves :experienced 'the benefit
of their use, extend , the - blessine.to others.
Thki invaluable tonic chai) hypochort•
drla or "the blues"--give tone to the dam
aged nervousmstern- 7 gently stimulate tan
"mid sitirbiloWltMspei• tad - Vika,
and.generally,build up thiworn constitution.
ppr each sex and all ages-it-is a gentk.stim
uMt and•airleiteskiltfr AIL' W Nan& of
bottles are sold daily allover the , world:
VAGNotiA. delighttlil toilet
ittlele 4 -enperlorN 4:l9lO4V:And ot„lti.r the:
DircurrANT. , PQM' 1 13 ii7144-The
Atelsial Business in a course,
,of training is a neiridature 'l* • littshielliSedu
' Cation, and. without disparagement ' 'ta'. 4 24y,
other, wag= laely'Airlizat _the Jam City
liege ash& cky' is the- only lastitatloti itt
in whictilt hits been eluded, la-
The Superiority of
'ado woo :lover , aar:tianabri, theatatielii
course can . rust questioned: s r ' BLl,,tite
inticleni becomes Sthillii irith " " - at
basinesswhich he can nereirleara thortiagitv
ly without practice.—Pitaborgh pima*,
. ; iIEGRO SVPHEitAcY.—`,`Letters frOnt the
South and the Southern press," says the 106, -
ton Advertiser . (Rop.,)"giye evidence of ; the
%fit that the mimes are: fully alive to ' the
importance of politics as a power to -elevate
their race and to scene the rights Welt the
war created and beqUeathed to them. A ne
gro judge presides in a court in New Or
leans. Negro candidates are in the field.
Ner.r, aOrmgressmen will sit In the next Con
greas. -Negro supremacy'—if the white South
Ilindlyluroeann•tantaolrace.-Isairtauly , es.
tablished in several of', the rebel States.
These theta are told . with r forelskllngs by the
leaders of the conquered South, and arc
chronicled with exultation by, the more en
thusiastic of the'lleraddiettn spolteirifen." •
A rutcEirr !rite.* hp no nation
bestowed leis attention to:the 'human hair,
than the Atnericam4. If this tie said in re
gard to the oils and greases that are used,
there never was a greater mistake made.
We are pleased to know n - Remedial Medi
cinal preparation is now offered in the mar
ket. It Ls not one of those clear colored
liquids, whose, only merit consists in their
beauty, but rifilntrinsic worth; which cure§
all diseases of the scalp, restores, the hair to
its natural cohir, when .ghty, and causes new
hair to grow Where it 11:18 fallen out; this is
Hairs Vettetable Sicilian Bair. Renewer. iVe
veal; ()fib; vlitnes from actual
ern aitzette. - .
P;LATT—CRAPMAIV—In Concord, on the 10th
inst., at the ).esidence of Rev. Mr. Chapman
Mr. Williath Pratt to Miss nettle Chapman.
both of Cotword.
RonEtrrs—lionms-111 Concord, on the 10th
inst., nt the - residence of Mr. Robins, by
Rey r Xr. Citattin,•Mr. Thomas r ßoberts, of
111., to Miss Emma 'robins, of Concord.
Rosm--OwExs---In Wattsburg, on the 10th
inst, at the residence of D. Patterson, Esq.,
Mr. 3 dins Rose toMissPhu?be Owens,both
Bnowri—TtAttimPtt—ln Cony, on the 24th
ult., at the reaidenee of the bride's father,
by Rev. Mr. Chapman, Mr. C. F. Brown.to
Miss Jane Randolph, both of Cony.
Ltotrr—Roast--In Waterford., .on ' the .10th
ut the residence i)f Chas. Maiterson,
by C. W. Anderson, EN., Mr. Geo. Light,
of Conneaut, Ohio, to Miss Mary A. Rose,
of Concord.' •
JoussoN—WAtumn--On the 24th ult., by
- Elder fiennent, Mr. Tames L. Johnson, of
Union 31ills, to Miss Amarillo Warner, of
Bloomfield, Crawford Co., Pa.
IhmorErt—Snimve:--At Waterford. on the
lOth bv Elder Bradford, Mr. James A.
llillyer to Miss, Margaret .T. Shreve.
llAm.Ett —EsagfrAwr---'on 'Ate Ist• inst., at
the residence of 31r. Eberhart, by Rev. M.
Zirkel, of this city, Mr. Jacob Haller to
31las.31ary Eberhart, both of Erie county,
CRANDALL-Git.itt.ku —ln' McKean, on the
24th ult., by Hey. Sherwood,-Mr. Chas.
A. Crandall, of that place, to Miss Mattie
E. Graham, or Mill Creek4Osinshipi.
Putt.mrs—Cits.untms:—On the 161 h ult., in
' Milwaukee, Wis., Mr. Perry J. Phillips, of
West . Springfield, Pa., to Miss Anna E.
chambers, or the former place. _.
the 19th. ult., at the
residence of 'the bride's mOtlMr, by Rex. S.
W. Lloyd, Mr. Jesse Perin, of Dezrri)orn,
• Mich. so-Mbis Mark* 'E.: -of West
Gaut In 3ieKean, Sept. 6th, Wm. C.
Grant, in his 78d year. • '
PAY:at—ln this'eity, on Saturday inorninz
- Sept. 28th, Bertha, infant daughter of J. E.
ara B.,'AL Payne. .• .
4z-Advertisements, to secure Insortion, must
be handed in by 8 o'clock on Wednesday after
boon. All advertisetnents wilt be continued at
the expense of the advertiser. unless ordered
fora specified time.
Dingolotion , jof ' , Parinergibigr.
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP of the undersigned
in the grocery business is this day dissolv
ed, by mutual consent. The Minks of the flan
are in the hands of Roth. the retirlim
partner. Attparnixis know4nr thenutelvoi iu
debUSl to the late firm, are requested Waal im
mediately and nettle rot ttu3issirte. Those • hav
kw chains agiust the same please present them.
Walnut Creek, Oet.-1,-Litri.--oc3—'isso
The underalgned ham set Up a elder 31111, AT
HIS Itr,STDENCE nk: LE =UP TOWNSHIP,
ON 'THE ',TURNPIKE -LEADING YDOM
TERFORDTOMEADVILLE, where ha la pre
pared tottil any eiders that may be entrusted to,
him kir umktne,Chler- ,
Terms for lanklax: ON ETIIIRD
TIE OF THE CIDER, laiyahle either In cash or
Cider rant! by The twill a the Eilp ?tfarket
price. The present. price ASKED for cider
~Tdalkattf,, Oat, 3.
'Warm : W.ln Bankruptcy.
gut bit Ifs TO GIVE NOTICE that on the :Nth day
I of Sept., A. p., 1861.4 Warrant in Bankruptcy
was tuned ago. in.tt the estate of - Alvin They.'
yr, of Nonni - Brie. hi the county. off
S bankrupt nsyln, who has been adjudged
aon his own petition; Mat the pay-,
meat Of any debts and dcliVcry of ;My property
belongimg to him, for hls tine; and the .trattsfef
of any property by him are , forbidden by law;
that a - meeting of the Credit ors Of the said bank
rupt, to prove their debts, and to choose Ana 'Ur
Mere Aiutignees of hit eatate„ will be held At
*Oft of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the office
of 8. E. Woodruff, in the Borougn of Girard, in
the county of Brie,lbefore IR. , Wocsfittiff. nett*
Let, on the fst daY of November , A. D., 1867, at
• TildBAS A. ROW4..EY,
tISI. Mandrel for said District.
. - ,r rr • •r -•••
lf Acting Wagon Brake
AND DUMPING DiPIM
F: Viibientbd *limit 7th. 11407.
This truly tioniterful invent: ; WWl, Pei Conned
by means of a double reach, which contracts
when the wagon presses forward and compels
the action of Um brake. • .
This Mike can be used wittiall kinds of load
ing, as well with a load of hay as with a lend of
*wood, and is consequently useful to both the
farmer and teamster. Also, by menus. of the
*attire contraction-of tho reach, which Is:*done
,by the 41410 n-of the team alone,!'-the box - may
be dumped like's, cult. These improvements
may I)6ldt/welled to any wagon, efthercombinefl
or singly, at a trifling cost. Wherever it bas
been shown lt 'has received unusual. approba
tion. Tho agent for Erie county proposes to
sell the county right, elther by townships or as
-A county, to suit purchaslers; and - for this pur
pose will to the county and exhibit a.
wagon toasty HA ?Ari3o whoa
may Wish to engage hitilueratlVe. employment
- will do well to see him or address Wax at North
oc-1-2wo L. 7. DYKE, ,Agehl
CHEAP CAKE" STOItE.
Corner or &hand fltate etr., .
Grrocerleki. unit rreviktifi4iiiiih.
, 14 70cx 1 / 4 1 ;r 1 Jtow otooi,
.And everything that is usually kepi , ih *Fired
Mass. Itamily Grooery. ' r.
All GOODS' 'SOLD tareAr - FOR
',The beef ! brancaot . :
; Erie,,Coanty; Fiotir , .
Almgre on Hand.. till and examine pricer.
W Goals delivered free In any part of the I
city or &Huh Erie: • ", iactiLtf.
• •• I •
rh .. time ti AL _ L ' S '
N .. IMETAKI SICILIAN
RENEWS THE HAIR. TO ITS ORIOINAL
• COLOR WHEN 'BRAT:
'Renews the nutritive matter Which nourishes
RENEWS THE GROWTH OF THE HAIR
Benemitheo if* Mato sllleen salami")
BEAUTIFUL HAIR DRENBING.
One bottle shows Rs efforts.
-R• P. HALL it CO.; Mishits.' N. PriMiletors.
For sale by all druggists. 'Writ%
DESIONER DECORVITVE ARTIST!
Ne!.se!s, Chestctinrest rky ilikisaf3l24 / Wact
Parlay, Salle. ClauFeholir,
7 Mowed in'the hestait sVle Of the art
General Designing. Drafting of Models for the
Patent Otrar: Mir Idaternaist ioomi ellitiar
=ti w d Painting executed prom
gall. No. S. aeoonittUoor iiplllF-tf.
IITANKS !'=A complete
-rt evry kind of Blanks aeso-tbtye
, tt.=aJuate andrßdmness
Men. for sale at the Obuetver Mee.
Diefeltdorf;Vross t Foster,
. Would respectfully cull the uttAndlon of thelg
friends, and the publle gem:Tully, to thetr;lspO
told well selecti.. , ll stock of goods
FOR THE 'FALL TRADE!
Tliree Ply. Hartford and Lowell Ingrain,
STAIR AND HE M P
C Tt IP' 11?. rr pi 4 .
ATFRAS. 4 I) 4 , I,IV F. tiF.F.SE
TOILET QUILTS, eIIITAINs AND
RII()s, DRITG(iIVR 4 , SX)RNiefis.
PILLOW BLIP AND SHEET LINEN,
TABLE. LINEN; NAPKINS ,1
DOLL' FA, err. SHLN, DIAPER,
All of the lated nod most fashion:lW styles of
DRESS GOODS !
Irish And French Poplin*,
Merinos, Ensprees Cloths,
suaLt GIMPS, FRINGES 411EADINGS
The largest lot at the lowest price to be (octet
in the city. call anti be convino24. Remember
No. 7 Reed Howe and 19 Fifth St.
FAIRVIEW STATION, Sept, Ili, 1867.
The-iialsoriber would respectfully Inform the
Farmers of Fairview and virlydly, that he Is
prApared to pay •
TRF. 11111.1..15T PUICE,
for lillitli;dti - tif Farm l‘roduee dell ,. :eted at
Fairview Station. Also, keeps - on hand for
BITUNII3.IOI.IS AND ANTRUM:3TE 00.4 th
as cheap as ean he had elsewhere. Also, has
the agettey ud Hassmiod, Young & Co.'s Superior
Mgtki-PtiritliAttlltSY ealUvittors, Wallace &
Jones' Self-Dumping Wheel Has Rake, &e.
And has a superior lot ar-full.blood and grade
EtUFFOLK AND CHESTER WHITE PIGS!
seplo'67-Iy. A. STONE.
JNO. S. Jtc'.l.'EA,\
ROWERS, ATTENTION !
Draining Fatiha:& Bewyerlag Vet Lands.
Horse Shoe, Octagon, Egg and Round Tile of
c all site*.
SIZES AND PRICES AT THE WORK 44,
1 1 / 4 In. per thousand, 810 14 in, per thousand, 030
. " 15 5
. , W. rroviN.iprt. Airent,
Nobl# Block; Btate St. Erie, Pa
••,.: • . i; — !T"
Keystone National Bank,
Belden Marrin, &Ilia Marvin,
• a , xster•Town, Noble. • -
NOBLE, Pr.;st. JNO. J. TOWN, Omit.
Tbs. ve bank Ix now doing • busines4 in Its
CORNER AP- STATE 'AND EIGIITRSTS.
gatiaiart, paper rtro...aaam. Money re
emvisoon deposit, col/cottons made and pro.
ceeda &mounter% for with promptness. Drafts,
Specie and Bank Notes bought and sold. A.
snare of public patronage solicited.
B 0 diE4
if .1 8
Also, Atteiting,Bfeschini"Diehat Black And
Brown, Bronzing and Silve ring Bonnets, flats,
Wreathes, 'lc.; in the" , t possible manner.
Beavers and Felts Finish .
•NEW SONNETS AND:VATS"
Made to order at the lowest pritws. Dealers and
Milliners' Finishing done promptly at trade
prices. Thanking my patrons fur past favors, I
.respectfully solicit a continuance, A. M. BLAKE;
. se2ll-Ows Nett door to Park Church, Erie.
Warrant in Bankruptcy. - •
riuna.aa TO HIVE NOTICE' that on the Uttr
•1. day of 5ept.,1867, a Warrant in Bankruptcy
was Issued-oat of the District Court of the Uni
ted Staten,the the Western District of Prinn'a,
against the estate of John A. Salisbury, of Cor
rY, In the County of Erie, in said district, ad.
Judged a bankrupton his own petition; that the
payment of any debts and delivery of any pro-
Petty. to Oben bankrupt,l4 him orletc
his 1 1 •0 , ;-Utid Aransfia otsuty propertYb
.blm, are forbidden by.taW:., and that, nieetinir
of the creditor* of saittbantrUpt;to provethelr
debts, and to 4100110 .013 e, am ore assign( of
his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankrupt
cy, to be boldest at the Court House, In the city
of Erle,.before HE. Woodruff; Esq., Register in
Bankruptcy for add district, on the 3lst day of
S l Pdober. A. 11 1 ., I#l7,at 10 o'clock. A. .
. THOMAS A. ItOWLEY••
selit4w. • •., .U. Martha! for said District.
•:, , •Ifoneik for - Sale. • •
01 4 . r e -BREEDIN G Ututilloodod Cot
Mao, ono taro year old Colt.. 'Enquire of
•• '" '136 • a f ara'WOOD, •
5ep26 . ,1%y, • . Fault, Mill Croak;
• • Ii&LIBMAN & CO:,
Wholesale andgellin Dealers ht Antlunette,
Bltataimam and Blacksmith Coal. omco corner
Peach atidialiattelda; pia Ptb
tt. waa-mt 24,..munsium
Isl7Seitfef a ttrepies t teste ntTESU43.,
, •• leirriiiieh Street, Erie, P
NO. 7 REED HOUSE.
VELVET. BODY BILDXSF.L.,4,
NESETLA N, PUTOI WOOL,
FEAT' E V. 4. ):11. FO WES, 131,A SK Krs
tfrItTAM MATERIALs, MATS,
STAIR ROLE, 4.c.,
PILLOW SLIP AND sin am MUSLIN,
Alapacas, in Black and Colors,
The Ftuest Aseortment hi the city.
Granite Poplinettm, Malange
Clothm, eitmlet Ciottm.
Stripes, etc., etc
/, t ,I,
A bettutiftil Mock of
In all widths and colors.
Dlefentiorf, Grosit & Fester.
1324. Peach Street. 1324.
BURTON & GRIFFITH!
(Snetelotors to )1.1inr6.11:1
i O .
il,.:ix•ki•ry :in I
Ire p tid
is tnldee With the %Pry elioleent A
IIOt&IN nut Itu ling 11011m4-24(1,n,....„
Cllr hittlti•nr :van INtul in t ' ASll . n.,
of rOuntry •
o ur a im wilt t I furii4oi at ta
VERY REST 4111.1iCe: , A.
ERIE P.,A I 1- 17 '
Great, BruAllp.ti!,;.• , .
N '"L'l3 I 2 IC, 1C): , ;'1 4N.
mitt the New Etq,)antl
Mix Itallwity extends front Dunkirk N
York, Pia miles. -Itullhlo to New York, t.niatr..,
Salamanca to Now York, 115 nil le K . And I.lr,
22 to tri MILIN THE I.IIOII,TF.ST lit 1t'T1.7..
trains run directly throngh . to Nen 'Vint
MILES, without change of cf.:tette:, ,
From and after An g. PIM% train. will
In connection with all the %V,' tetra Line.
Front and SALA3I.INr:4.
=by New York thin—from Union Depot,:
7:3/ A. 31., Expre....: from Dunkirk ,14,.
(except Sunaym). Stop. at A
A._31., and connects at Ilornen.qpl,
and Cortfing with the a A. 31. Etpre... Ifuil
front Buffalo and arrives In New York 4t:
2t P. 31., Lightning Ex prerra, from ` . aloni.avl
daily texcept Suralaya; Itatemv-h , at
ille with 2:".1) P. M. Train front laailo,
and arrive. in New ''ork at 7 A. 31.
1:15 P. 31. New York Night Ex pre,,, fr. o 1.11,
kfrk ;laity fecept Sundays). stme.
mane:, at G:5l P. 31., and arrive,lnNew.),,,k
31„ connecting with attero,. a
timing and steamers for Baston and N. v.
9:50 P. AL Cincinnati Express, from
Isundays excepted). Stops at sattaiw : ,
11:55, 31,, and. connects nt Ifornen.%;ll,
with the 11;21)P. 31. Train fr o m Butlido, are,.
ring InNew York :k2l, P. M.-
From lintraloL . -by New York time—front ht
• corner Exchange and Michigan Sim.
Zeti A. M., New York I hty Express, daily
Sundaysl. Arrives In New York at iann I,
Connects at threat Bend with Delay. an
Lackaw: ttttt a .t W4mdern Railroad, and ;
• • .
Jersey t Sty with midnight express train !,
Philautelph la, Baltimore and Washington
WM A. M., Express Mall, via. Avon and Minitel
daily texce pt Sunday>. Arrives in Na,
' York at 7:( A. M. Connects at Elmira a 1 , -
• Williamsport Rimini Railroad for Ham,.
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washimt,,: i
and points South.
WO P. if., Lightning Express, daily (except
day), connecting. with morning eNpy,
. trains for Roston and New Englund
Arrives in New York at 7:00 A. M.
&ill I'. M., New York Night Ex press. daily,
! l ents at Mornellsville with the t eats
from Dunkirk, and arrives hi New York tt
I2:30 P. M.
11311.\1., Cincinnati Express, daily ~ .arts:
Somtay t. Arrives in New York at ,;;Inp,
Councils at Elmira with Northern' velar.,!
• I tailway,for Williamstawt,ilarrighunt,
n(101pItla, 11111111110 re and Wil/.1111104,11:
(treat Item! with Delaware, latektmanoa
Western Railroad, and at New Yolk a ii
afterno.ni trakt.. :uul steamers
Only one train East on Sunday, teat 111• J Ikar,
10 at 11:10 and Iv:telling Neu York at
I'. M. * In attvanee of all other mute..
liostot and New England passeng,rs,
their Isiggage, are trans erred, free .4
The bet.t Yen t I t and no,sl 1m xur:.42,
Sleeping Can. in the World net.ollll,lll.\ al/
Inthet on this Railway.
Itagt.tatte eln.ekett 111'1.0101:ml Lim :Aunt. a.
lost• liv 1111 V other rid,
ASK EOR tIrIiETS VIA. ERIE HAIM IY.
Whiell can lw obtained at all prltwipal tio Let
flee.% In the West mut EGtuth•\\'tat.
H. 1111)D1.1.1, . WM. It. BARI:
Gen'l Sun' t. .Gen'l
Erie &Pittsburgh Railroad.
rikN AND AMR .NIONDAY,
truing will run on this Iliad As
L VE KUL t:—SOrrittV.% RD.
-10:45 A. M., Pittsburgh Expre , A, ctol at all
ttort , , and arriv, ,, at A. Lt. W. I t. H. Trail
ler at 2:10 nt., at Nen' 'ast le at p.
and at Intt , burgh at tla.i p. tn.
5:11) Aemmtntolat lon. arrive); at Shot,.
:It 12:20 p.
7,:u0 A, M., Ae. rannyelation from Jatne.toar.
arrlye , at A. k IL W. It. It. Traulaer" at
a. la., at New Castle at 7:41n. ta.,.an,'. Pat,
burgh at 11th) a. In.
LEAVE Pri7 , lll' f —N(AtTIIWA It
(OR A. M., Erie Fevre..., leaves; Ne•a• 4' 4 41, :0
5:4.1 a. In.. A. W. R. It. Tran.ter
a, nt., making rlu.e conrreetion %kith tra“,,
for Buiraio and Niagara FallNathlarris,..o
• Erie at 1:30 p.
P. M.. Aeeninnurbitlon, :s e .,
t. 40 p. in., A. A: (I. AV. It. It. Trait.frr at • .7.
p. nn., and arrive.% - Alt Jame:gown 1 , 1..
Aeennunndattwn leave% *lnane nt p.
at Erit• at I kr, p. nt. .
Mtn:burgh Expre.ssmmth uonneeth Jo,.
town at 12:45 p.m. with J.l.t F. Ex.vre,...arrn
at Franklin at 2:37 p. nn., and Oil I 'lty
in. Connects nt Transfer at •'_lo.p. m ith A
At G. W
. Mall west , for Warren, Itavena on!
Erie Express north, connects :it A. W
Transfer at 12r.31 a. in., with Mill east for BOL'..
vine rind Jamestown, and at Jatm•.totni gift
J. & F. Express for Franklin,urrt. oar:if Fno:4
lin at 2:35 p. tn., and (lU City at 1:3:(p. Is.
- Trains connect at Itcwhester a ith tnam ft
Wheeling and. all points in West V11'4. - 1111,, 241
at Pittsiin4ll eonneetiom , for Phil.plelplo,
Harrisburg. Baltimore and Wa.hoeztil, to
Pennsylvania Central Railroad.
Erie Expret.s north connects at 1;i tirh
Erie trainbwesrtward for
Cltivago and all points in the We.t: nt Frle with
Philadelphia & Erie Railroad fort 'tirry.
ityltietiott, Thltonte,. :mil with lie I ,
'Railroad for Ihnthlo; IPankirk.
and New York City.
Pabsensers from all point , . on the
phia & Lrie IL IL for Pittsburgh. should tote
the Erie Express, which eouneet4 ;It Erie lir
Pittsburgh, there helm:. no connect b .11 in ,wry
and A. & G. W. It. IL LAW IZI.NI 'F.
ahl.llC-t 1. Supertn mlrn:
FINKLE & LYON
The only . 3lachine FA), pe rfeet ed that entire .1.
Islaction is guaranteed or the purchn., ni"my
refunded. Where I have tin agent n mon pie 3b-
chine will be sold at a l ery low praa,,:itvl
cats Agent nppointed on the most farofslo
N. l3.—Rend for a circular. Traveling Agree
iVailivd. Salary lilxrul. .Address
F. A.. 1-TA_I4I..
Geller:o Agent for the Finkle C Lyon tc. M. Co
1 •1316 Peach St., Erie, Pa.
I-lA_rrf4 Sc CA_l3f:l4!
Gents' Furnishing Goods!
Con. and sre our
FALL - AND' WI-NTER
JONES & LYTLE, No. ip PARK ROW
NOT CSE. •
H AVlnfi 801,1 our entl o stock of Furnaut e
mu nil; f j o . r \ t r. l . le A tr Y / re ihe 'B 'ra w r
they will extend the sap ,to him. We )0 '
voto our time hercafteti ) the
'' UNDERT.A.Iin.k. BUSINESS!
I etreroiLgthexti:,t t . he rime
With the consent of J. W. .tyres we stM 11,11
our Office in the same old place, 713 State , tr , ' , l d •
*Here Will be found nt all times read y t 4, :Wet
to the wants of the community In oar line
ni'mqy .diode . I
Trimmed to order. Metallic and Ina, Bt
eases, of all Myles and sizes, on hand; al
Shroud and Collin Trimmings. l'ndert.dc):',
WIII Lind it to their advantage to had
tt, its we cannot he undersold west of :sieirlt
uprasll7-Iy. MOOIIII S: 11.1111. ET.
warrant in Bankruptcy
'inns IS TO GIVE NOTICE that on the ' l3l
or SePtembe-r. A. 11:1PC. a Warrant BSA'
rneteY Waa Issued against thw estate of DI
Y e li:tut:anal, of Girard, in the comity of
_and state of Pennsylvania, who has bel
adjudged a bankrupt on his own ['elation: tit
the payment of any debts and deMery ot
roPenv.belommg to such bankrupt to him uf
4or his use, and the transfer of any Prer"
erty by hint airer forbidden by taw thst
meeting of the creditors of the said ankruPt•
td prove their debts and to choose one Or heir
Assignees ttf his estatet . vrill hal at a OAT
Bankeuptev, bo hoideu at the Once of
E. Woodnlff. In the brongh of Girard, rountf
Erie. - before 8.4 E. WooCientr Eakiiiegictr, dir k
the Itth day of October, A. 'D., isti7, at 2 o'rloa.
.• THOS. A.I6IWLEY, Niar hAL
k Per O. P. DAVIS, Dept. U. S.Marsha