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Cads Inse i
rnertit for one year, r
at a dollar rted
per li th
Catighey, Burgess & Walker, 2.5 and 26 N. Park.
Scott & Miles, 500 and 502 French st.
Johnston & Rrevellier, 513 French st.
WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES.
Arbuckle& Clark, North Park.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
L. H. Clark, 14 Park Row. ' -
- S. Z. Smith, 505 State street.
C. Englehart & Co., 19 North Park.
George Zurn, 7ivi State street.
E. Pfeffer, 816 State st. ,
.1. Eyar,s, Jr.; t 3 1 ,4 State st.
1300 K STORES.
Caughey & 3TeCreary, North Park.
0. SpalTord..s. French st,
,- FLOUR & FEED.
H. B. Haterstick. Park Row.
Crouch Jwitro., 519 French st.
. LIQUOR STORES'
Stott & Michael, An State et.
Geo. 31. Smith, 93 North Park.
E. D. Ziegler. 1139 State id.
Mrs, 'Wm. Willing, SS State st.
SEWING IMACIIINE AGENCIES. ,
Wheeler & Wilson, 427 State et.
Howe Sewing Machine, (52 French st.
Singer Sewing Machine, 523 French st.
Grover & Baker, 8:3) State st. .
FRUITS & PRODUCE.
H. L. White, 8 South Park.
CROQEERY & GLASSWARE.
Win. H. Gleriny, 31 Park 'Row.
Isaac RosenzWeig, 514 State st.
WATCHES_ & JEWELRY.
Mann & Fisher. 2 Park Row.
T. M. Austlne,Z„North Park.
HATS AND CAPS,
.1. E. Wilson. 24 North Park.
.1. Kunz, Ag't, 513 State street.
Wm. Kendall, 327 1 -: French St.
J. 11, Smith, 525 ErCnch st.
Bener & Burgess, 931 and 700 State street
. DRUGS AND-MEDICINES.
S. B. Barnum, 1117 Peach street. -
Viers & Elliot, 420 State street.
Hall & Warfel. 551 State St.
Wilkins & Doll, 1312 Peach street.
.1. B. Carver & Co., 21 North Park. -
Wm, Nick a Sons, 702 State street.
Dr. S. Dickinson & Finn, 711 State street.
Monett. Stephens & Wililey.
G. B. Merrill.
Decker, Koster & Lehman, 1310 Peach st
Morrison Bros. 714 State st. .
P. Henrichs, 716 State st.
Edson, Churchill & Co., 3 Noble Block.
Rosenzweig & Bro., 512 State st.
Clark, Booth & Co., 5 Reed House Block
*DRY GOODS AND CARPETS Deifendorf, Gross & Foster.
warner Bros., 506 State at.
Burton & r GROCERIEs.
ot Peach st.
11. A. Field & Co.. 1325 . . .
F. J. Rexford & co-int "
A. &J. Brabender, 1218 • Henry Beckman, 501 State • -
.Marshall, Christiana rail2l North Park.
A. Gotrsls st.
A. 'small s% Corner Bth and State st.
P. A. Becker & :',31 French st.
Bryan & McGiverin. :711 French st.
William Mallory. 327 French st.
F. Schlaudecker, 021 state st.
H. V, Claus, 2(1 Ea-st Fifth st.
P. Schaaf, 704 State st.
Ohlwiler's, over 19, Rosenzweig's Block:
W. A. Lott, 1207 Peach st. ,
Geo. C. Dunn. over 628 State street.
Dolph Bros., Farrar Hall Building. .
S. D. Wager & over 13'21 Pc-nch st.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
E. R. Welshman. 1363 Peach st.
Hoag & Askine. 709 Stale st.
C. Deck. 703 State st.
M. W. Mehl, 517 French st:
IL Y. Sterner, 401 State st.
Shannon & Co., Int Peach st.
W. W. Pierce & Co., A3O State st.
31eConkey & Shannon, 507 French st.
J. C. Selden, 52 . 3 French at.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
Isaac Vantassel, 1224 Pencil st. -
Hubbard Bros., 701 State st.
M. Mayer & Son, 1215 State st.
Barr Johnson e 1019 and 1020 State st.
N. Murphy, 2'2 North Park.
liimrod & Cti , 121.1 Sassafras st._ ;
GENERAL UNDERTA - KERS.
J. H. Riblet A- Co., 818 State St.
- J. H. Riblet & Co., 81s State st.
John Gensheimer & Son, 512 State at. -
Stile & Meliek, 1 2 13 State st.
F. Wagner, 6211 State st.'
.1. M. Kuhn, te.l State st.
Marks & Meyer, 4 Noble Block.
- W. L. Ross, No. 10 North Park. ,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
S. Ross Thompson, 521 French st.
James Sill, 510 French at.
D. W. Hutchinson, Girard, Pa.
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS.
.I. L. Stewart, 30 North Park, house4l7 State st.
E. J. Fraser, (Hom(epathist), (t Peach st.
MILLINERY &-STRAW GOODS.
M. Blake, South Park,
Mrs. M. Curtis, 8 South Park.
The Misses McGrath. 607 French st. •
W. C. Hawkins, 1310 Peach st.
Jarecki & Metz, 1123 State St.
MACHINISTS, FOUNDEII.S AND BOILER
Loyerien, Hall & Co., 3d. and Peach sts.
.Ifts. P. Crook & Son, con. 9th and Peach sts.
L. White & Co., corner 11th and French st.
Hugh Jones, corner Ilth and Holland ids.
Jacob Bootz. 1214 Peach st.
• AMERICAN WATCHES,
- SWISS WATCHES,
` WHITE METAL WATCHES,
AND SOME CLOCKS!
Sold cheap for Ca..+ll, by
MANN AL VISA-11E1R.
• No. 2 Reed Block.
CHEAP CASH STORE.
I'Orner of Ath and ;State Sts..
Groceries and Provisions.
Wood, Willow and stone Ware,
And everything that 1t usually kept in a First
, Class Family Grocery.
ALL GOODS SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH.
The best brands of
Erie Cutfuty Flour.
Always n,n Rand; Call and examine prices
/14- Goods delivered free in any part of the
city or South Erie.
L. 13. C11V.VA.1;113,11.
DESIG'NE'R & DECORATIVE ARTIST!
Neatest, Cheapest. and Best Sign Painting West
of New York City.
Parlors, I-lalls, Churches, ace.,
. Frescoed in the neatest style of the art.
General Designing, Drafting of Models far the
Patent Office and every description of Orna
mental Painting executed promptly. Rooms in
Farrar Hall, No. 3, second floor apll'B7-t.f.
FALL & WINTER STYLES
BONNETS AND HATS!
Also, Altering, Bleaching, Dyeing Black and
Brown, Bronzing anti Silvering Bonnets, Hats,
Wreathes, Be., in the best possible manner.
Beavers and Felts Finished. •
SEW BONNETS AND* HATS
ata6 to order at the lowest prices. Benlent and
Milliners' Finishing done promptly nt trade
prices. Thanking my patrons for past.favors,
respectfully solicit a continuance.
A. M. BLAKE
Next door to Park Church, Erie. -
L‘r 'in l ." M ,lll Wri'T‘q!
Clothing and Gent's Famishing Goods I
CORNER OF SF:VENTII STREET,
w. W. 1:" I IF: It CI lE. •
No. 832 State Street,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
STOVES, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS=,
General Hardware, Table Cutlery,
Sole Agents In tirth-Westent Penilsylviinits for
LITTLEFIELD'S BASE BURNING
II rr A._ I TIFURNAC E:
We call attention to the Littlefield Furnace with entire cturifidence that 1t is the best Warm
Air Furnace ever invented, and nolically overcomes the faults and objections existing in other
Furnaeec and we feel sure that a careful examination of its superior merits in-connection with
the candid and unbiased statement of those who have had - this Furnace in use during the past
several winters, will convince all that what we say is true. '
We respectfully refer to the following among the ninny well known citizens - who have this
Furnace inbge: 4...11.1011Ai11e-t, W. it BROWN, }Nil., 'ISAAC MOORHEAIt..F.eq.
Stewstet"K Oval Parlor, The Globe Stove.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF STOVE & KITCHEN FURNITURE.
Call and exniniiit , our stuck. \V warrant the best go 4 -4,14 raid low ,4 prier of any estaitlitth
ntritt in this eit..
Also, sole agents for Erie CottutY for the new
Improved Portable Biiekeye
Cider 11Ii11 and Press !
The points of superiority possessed by this
31111 over all others, are as follows:
1. The Adjustable Throat, adapting the Mlifto
the various sizes and conditions of fruit.
2. The Adjustable Grinding Rollers for the
same purpose. These two features are-secured
to us by Letters Patent. Without them no Mill
can pseud. bly be a perfect grinding apparatus, as
the different conditions of the fruit imperative
ly demand this adjustability.
3, A neat metallic box to bold the bearings of
the gearing, preventing the same from getting
out of order, from the swelling of the wooden
sides and ends.
4. The strong compact frame for Mill Press,
with well proportioned bearings for Its support.
5. A strong iron beam, with a two inch screw,
enables us to give the pomace a powerful.pres
O. The Grinding Apparatus is the most perfeet
in use, consisting of three horizontal millers,
one above and two below; the upper one has straight flanges for the purpose of breaking the
fruit against the adjustable rubber throat as It passes through. On one of the lower rollers the
ribs are oblique or spiral and as it revolves it presents to the straight ribs of the, other a contin
uous cutting edge, enabling us to cut the pomace from the skins of the apples, leaving them In
such size as to obviate, In most cases, the necessity of using straw, which Is found to be deleted
-011t( to the quality of the cider.
7. The Strainer Board, under the tubs, by means of which we are enabled to express the cider
as completely front the bottom as from the top of the cheese, leaving it nearly dry in all parts.
This 'valuable feature is secured to us by strong Letters Patent. , . .
Is undoubtedly the best yet Invented. Call and see it. An Inspection of the atiove named ar
ticles is solicited. They are the leading ones In the market. and can be obtalvl in Erie only of
W. W. VlErter. dr. CO.. 532 Mato t-it.
• THE G R . FA~r • =
UNITED STATES - TEA WAREHOUSE !
OF T. Y. KELLEY-&. CO •
• - •
No 30 Vesey Street,f New York.
Have opened hi connection with their pet
rese extensive Wholesale Establishment, a large
For the expres.s purpose of retailing their goods to
CONSUMERS AT IMPORTING PRICES !
And thus give them the benefit of the Immense profits which generally. go to the middle-men
and speculators. We guarantee our teas and coffees at all times to be fresh and pore, and war
rant all goods sold from this house to give entire satisfaction ;-otherwise the goods may be re
turned anti the money will be refunded. .
OOLONG, [Black) 60,'70 'A 00, $l.OO per best. MIXED. [Green Black] fa, 70 80, MI, sl.ot) per lA.,
best. Y0U.3..a1 HYSON, ciSeen] 60, 70, 80, 100, 81.00, $l.lO, fi1.2.; per ID., best. IMPERIAL, (Green) Na,
•31.0 n, 81.25. ENG. BREA "AST, Maack) 70, 80, 90, $1.0), $l.lO, $1.20 per !h., best. JAPAN., 18), $l,OO,
01.2.5 per lb. GUNPOWDER, $1.25, $1.50 per
PURE RIO. tu.al and 30 cents per pound. BEST OLD GOVERNMF.NT JAVA,4O cents per pound.
ROYAL CLUB—Extra Fine---3, vents.
- We have appointed • • -
- - 111]Ft. S. 13 .
1317 Peach Street, South of the Depot,
For the sale of our Teas and Coffees, at ERIE, PA. All goods rim put np by ourselves In
one pound packages, at our warehouse in New York, and retailed at Erle by Mr. Samuel 13. Bar
num at the same prices at which they are to be hail over our counters in I's evr York. All goods
put upby us bear the trade mark of
The Great United States Tea Warehouse of T. Y. Kelley &
stamped on the package. None others are genuine. We solicit . •
A FAIR AND THOROUGH TRIAL
Of our goods from all who are Interested In buying a flrsGeln.ss article of Tea and Coffee, at the
pos,lble rates. -1 ata,-.4m.
GRFAT _A_Trrlt AcrricyN
DRY GOODS AND FURS!
No. 716 State Street.
My Cloth Department is tilled with great bargains, from the late auction sales in New. York
comprising everything In this line: Beavers, Chinchillas, Broadcloth , Ladies' Clothi,Casstmeres,
Sat inettS, Tweed , Sheep's Grey, Kentucky Jean, and a full line of single and doubled faced Wa
This Department A complete in everything coming under the name. White Dormet, Shaker,
Stevens, the best Goods made in the country. Twilled Red, Blue, Gray, all Wool, and Union,
commencing at ;10 cents per yard upwards. Fancy Plaids and Checks for Shirt tag , AU Wool
Blankets from sloe to
A full line of the favorite German Loom Table Linen, commencing at tts cents per yard up
wards. Toweling from I 2 (*llls upwards. Irish Linen 50 cents upwards. Napkins, Diaper Lin
ens, Towels, all, very ellen)).
Shawl's and ' 'Balmoral kiritn.
150 different kinds of Blanket Shawls, from 85 upward/4. A large assortment Of Square Woolen
and 'Rocha, Black and Red Center Pacoly, front 815 to 845. lireaktuat Shawls, Sontags, 6/c. Good
Buttnorat Skirts from •$1.:11) to 32415, and the Goured Atom= Skirt", braided, for 3,1.
This part of - the Store is particularly attractive, comprising Handsome Goods from 25 cents a
yasd up to S. Everything in the way of Plaid, Poplin, French Poplins, Ex' :Ipm:is Cloths, Reps,
Merinos from n upwards, Alpacas front 35 cents upwards, in black and colored.
In Black Bilk. I defy cotnpetition, price conimenclnwat SL2S up to &Lai per yard, warrant them
pure Silk and not to cut. Colored links, every` shade, color and quality, also very low.
I will not be undersold in anything belonging to this lin_ ,e nigh us Prints, tiheetiugs, Muslins,
Gingharns, Canton Flannel, Cheek and striped shirting. Wool Yarn from 51 a pound upwards.
Hose, half wool, from 20 cents a pair upwards. Gloves, &c.
Mink from „t".:3 to eV a Sett. River Mink from 1,7 to pa. Siberlad Squirrel, dw. Don't forget the
place, Ni.) 714$ minty 141 - reet.
A N D
Ace.. &c.. R.C.
Ai - sn, snip Agents for the celebrated
STEWART COOKING STOVE!
THE VERY BEST IN USE.
We have also u tme nou.rt went of other goat
Cooking and Parlor Stoves
%isiong which lx the pnpulai
FOR OFFICE AND 8110 r USE
C L Cr a' H S.
G. P. DAVIS 8L CO.. ;
Dealers In all kinds o 1
GROCERIES, - FRUITS, VEGETABLES,
Fifth Street, between State and F.reneb,'
Having purchnxell nor USXXiM before the late
rime in prices, we feel confident of being able to'
give watisfaction both in Price and quality. ,
Of every sort, bought and sold. Earn - tent can ',
always depend on receiving the highest market ,
price for their articles.
DEALERS IN TAE ADJOINING TOWNS,
And on the Llnes of lioncond,
SUPPLIED WITH FEU IT, V EGETABLFI 4 , &C.
' Give us a Call. •
Remember May- 3 11; Jackson's Market Depot
Wholesale and Retail Grocery Store.
P. A. BECKER & CO.;
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS;
North-PAtht Corner Park and . French St., '
(CM KA PSI Dr.,l
Would respectfully rail the attention of the COM.
inunltY to their large stock of
Grroeeriet4 and Proybdomis,
Which they are desimus to nen at
TIIE VERY LOWFAT POSSIBLE PRICES!
Their assinlinent of
Sugars, Coffees, Teas, • Syrups,
TOBACCOS, FISH, &C.,
Is not surpassed In the city, as they are prepared
to prove to all who give them a call.
They also keep on hand a superior lot of
for the wholesale trade, to which they direct
the attention of the public.
Their motto 1,6"C/flick sales, small profits and
a full equivalent for theruoney."
CAITGREY & FILM-NS,
610CCID4S011.1 To C. rIKI(IRI.,)
GROCERIES, FRUITS A . PROVISIONS,
CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED;
SHIP CHANDLERY, &C
502,,STATE ST., COANP.P. FIFTHI
, A. 11. t¢ CO.:
Country Produce, Groceriem, Prociulous,
wrsk.)4, LIQUORS, SIWARri,
Tobacco, Crockery Ware, Fruits, Nuts, d:c
West side, between Bth upd 9th Streets; Erie, Pa
Cosh paid for country produce:
F. A. WEBER. nty2Ptf. W. ERHART
JOII I;ANI'AU U.
DEALER IN FAMILY GROCERIES !
'Tea, Cutree, Sugar, Syrup, Molasses, Flour,
Pork, Ptah, Hams, Provisions generally, Coun
try Produce, Bird Cages, Wood, Willow and
Crockery Ware, Fancy Traveling Baskets, To
bacco and Segues, Fishing Tackle, &c.
421 State Street, Erie,
Private Families a n d Hotels supplied. Goods
BARNII.II, -- '
DEA LJZit IN •
DRUGS, MEDICINES, FANCY GOODS,
PERFUMERY TOILET SOAPS,
H A, I R 0 I - L ,
POWDER „Apr PUFFS. •
P A. I N S
Linseed 011 s, Turpentines, Varnish, Hydrome
ters of all kinds,
PURE LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL. PURl i ar,
' London Porter and Scotch Ale.
I'rewrlptlons carefully dispensed. All articles
sold by me are warranted to be precisely as rep
resented. No trouble to show goods. ftemetn
ber the name and place, - •
• B.ketNl73l, 1317 Peach Street,
apriT67-Iy. South of the Depot.
WHO HA,DE YOUR COAT ?
It Slaw Wee I guess I must go and get one;
how are his chafges 7: '
Why, don't you know, he sells
C Ett AP R
than any other liferekant Tailor In ;town, has
BEST ASSORTMENT Oki GOODS,
AND ALWAYS ,
WARRANTS HIS GARMENTS TO FIT 4
No','. Is that sof -
Of eoarseVt is: go to his Store,
No. 626 State Street;
And give him a chance to make you a suit, and
you wLiknever buy anywhere else,
J. IL MaLET. J.IsTEcE. Jos. A. STERaerr
J. if. RIB= & CO.,
NO. 818. STATE STREET, ERIE, PA.,
Manufacturers and dealers In
Furniture • of Every Description!
Parlor, Dining Room and Bed Roma Bets, Mee,
School andilotel Seta and every
article in th e line.
Our Manufactory is located on Eighth street
and the Canal, and our Wade Rooms at Sill State
street. In the latter place we keep a larger sup
ply of furniture than can be found anywhere
else in Erie, all our own manufacture, gotten up
with particular care for custom trade, made m
the best material and after the Most approved
style and manner. Particular attention Is di
rected to our
Of which we can .make a better article - than
ban be purchased ut any of the attractive ware
houses In the East, and which wo guarantee to
be' First Class in every particular. Full sets
gotten up in Walnut, Bose Wood or airy other
desirable material covered with the beat goods
manufactured for the pu . Ouraasortment
of Furniture in this line so complete that
every customer can be a at lint examina
We have comment the business of Under
taking with the best equipmentever introduced
In, rie, and with two excellent hearses, one of
which bias fine as any in the State, are enabled
to attend to funeral orders with the utmost fa
cility and satisfaction. Ouratock of Coffins and
Burial Cases, Trimmings, Sc., is full in every
particular, and we are satisfied that we can fill
every order promptly and satisfactorily, in the
city or county.
my23'67-If. J. H. RIBLET &
BLANKS! , BLANKS t—A complete assort
ment otevery kind of Blanks needed by
Attorneys, Justices, Constables and Business
Men, for sale at the Observer °Mee,
A Most Exquisite, Delicate, and Pra.
-ant Perfume Distilled from thq Bare
and B6autiful 'flower from which it
takes its name.
tired only by PITALON &SON.
".1 0 H X :
rca PHALOWS—TAKN NO MIER.
Bold by Drage* ree2o7. .
The Elastic nuttily Machine does all kinds o
Sewing, thick or thin, without change of ten.
Mon, and thx-s beautiful Embroiderin The
Lock Stitch Machines are need for light
heavy tailoring, by harness .and shoe makers.
Himple in construction—quiet and easy in ope
Kewlng inachlnes'exchunvd and to runt,
the week or month. Silk, Lotion, 011, Needle,.
&e., constantly on hand.
aprao7-tf t AGENCY, no state t4t.4
Keystone National Bank,
Belden Marvin; John W. Hall EliliuMarvin,
Beater Town, O. Noble.
ORANGE NOBLE, Prest. JNO. J. TOWN, Caih.
The above bank is now doing libminess in its
CORNER OF STATE AND EIGHTH STS.
Satisfactory paper discounted. Money re
ceived on deposit. Collections mule • and pro
ceeds accounted for-with promptness. Drafts,
Specie and Bank Notes bought, and sold. A
share bf public patronage solicited.
- The Subscriber would respectfully inform the
Farmers of Fnlryiew and vicinity, that he Is
prepared to pay ,
THE Illplla4T MARKET' PRICE
for all kinds of Farm Produce delivered at
Fairview station. Also keeps on hand for
BITUMINOUS AND ANTHRACITE COAL,
n* cheap as can be had ehiewhere.• Also, has
the agency of llassitood, Young dr CO.'S Superior
Cast Steel Plows, Sulkey Cultivators, Wallace &
Jones' Self-Dumping Wheel Hay . Rake, - &-e.
And has a superior lot of full blood and grade
SUFFOLK AND CHESTER WHITE PIGS!
xepl9W-iy. A. STONE.
Haying niesociattyl with me on the Ist of.lnnun
ry Andrew Mayer, in the
FOOT &- SHOE BUSINESS,
The arm will be knoWn as C. Englehart & Co..
and the business will be carried on as hereto
fore at No. 19 West Park, Erie,Pa.
Buy Silver Tipped Shoes for your children. A
majority of the'ehildren wear holes in the toes
of their Shoes In a very few days; then the shoes
are soon worthlots, and a new pair must be
bought. The only way to prevent this great
Waite of money is to buy shoes protected by All
ver tips. They never wear out at the toe, and
make a pair of shoes last three times as long as
without Tips. Leather Caret have been worn to
some extent, but they have proved worthless.
Sliver Tips have a neat and substantial appear-,
ance, and do away entirely with the disagree
able sight of dirty stockings andprotruding
tees. We have constant Iv on hand the only as
sortment of Silver Tipped Shoes to he found in
the city, including line Sewed shock, Belmont's,
Youths' Boots, ac., which we otter, together with
a leave and fashionable assortment of Ladies'
and Gents' Fine and Heavy goods, at the lowest
C. EisiGLI;IIAB.T dr. CO.
- JEWELRY, SILVER, WARE. - -
And n great variety. of
IF A N C=OO DS,
Paragon Building, 28 N. Park Place, 'Erie,
Next door to Merehunrx Union Express Co. t
A stock of $20,1100 worth of elegant and fash
ionable goods will lie offered, for the next three
months, at a very great reduvtion
The Stock in all new and purchased at lower
rates of gold than now, and determined to avoid
losses in future, small profits and cash transac
tions shall benefit alike customer and dealer.
- Thirty years established In Erle, , ln the same
business, - may be some guarantee that no great
amount of misrepresentation will he employed,
but Just enough Old Fogy and Young America
spirit to warrant safe transactions and good
SILVER SPOONS Cr COIN SILVER,
For sale or made to order. Wiitches and all
kinds of time keepers a nd Jewelry carefully re
paired and warranted. Give men call.
myrffl-tf. T. M. AUSTIN. -
NEW WHOLESALE ~fM'D RETAIL
Has opened a new store of the abovertlescrip
tion,at his old stand,neacthe South West corner
of State street and the Yark,•where he invites
bts old - customers and the public generally
to give him a call. , Constantly on hand a gene
ral amaortment of
Crockery, Glass, China and Silrir Ware,
Bed Room Sets, Dinner and Tea Seth, Knives,
Forks, Tea Spoons; Looking. Glasses, Lamps,
"Globes, Chimneys, &c.
FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS!
Embracing some of the most beautiful ever
brought to this market. Those who wish to buy
at a bargain will find it to their interest to call.
Ile guarantees to sell •
any other bonen in the city
NEW PHOTOGRAPH ROOMS-!
Just Opened Over 82S State St.
/laving removed from his former Rooms, over
Amitin's Jewelry Store, to his new and commo-
dious Gallery, in Eichenlaub's new building, is
now prepared to make pictures of all kinds,
from the smallest to a
Finished in India Ink, WaterTeolors or 011.
Si" Satisfaction given or money refunded
No. 82:4 State Street.
Deli 3m. OEO. C. DUNN.
AND BOARDING STABLE
'PRE undersigned having purchased thelivery
stock cr_XD. Osborne isprepared to give
particular attention to the sale or boarding of
horses. Good horses and carriages always on
hand at nuidentte priers.— He respect fully solic
its a share of public patronage.
anl4rn.' B. BLBMIEB.
FAIRVIEW STATION, Sept. 113, ISM
614 STATE STREET.
ISAAC ROSENWEIG, SEN.,
33' PER CENT. BELOW
my - 21%7-1y
LIFE SIZE PICTURE!
NEW CLOTHING STORE !
NO. t. - 12,..11 STATJ ST.,
JOHN M. KUHN.
Hving opened a new stole In Ike obovel , kn. I-.
Hy, a respect fully ahnounces tot he public !hal Ike
has on hand one of the largest and mmL eare
fully selected stocks of
Really :Made-Clothing, Cloths, Ca ssl meres,
6ENTI,E3II.IICB FITRNISIII NG GoOps,
Hats, Caps, eke., ever brought to thismarket--all
purchased since the MU in prices. and to be sold
at the most reasonable figures. Ile 1111$ one of
the best Cutters in the country, and will engage
to make up Clothing , in the most fashionable
and durable style. Ills stock is complete. Not it-
In the line of his trade has been neglected. Give
him call and SCC tot Yourselves. Ile warrants
the goods to be as repr~nted, and prices as low
as any In the city.
slec:V67-t t. • J. M. KUHN.
National Claim Agency !
°nice In I , 'iirmi• Hall Building, Erie, Pu
All claimants for'ex tra !gaudy n I lowed by late
acts of Congress, can have the smite promptly
collected by sending their discharges to me, the
receipt of which will be promptly tick tonyledg
ed andinatructionm returned.
INCIIF..‘SE OF PENSIon 4 .
815 per month for the total los,, of ose of eltid.r
leg or arm instead of 'SS. 4 ;2 per month for each
Minor child, of deceased "soldiers or seamen.
Also, other Increases. , •
ADDITIONAI, FOE VOL.OFFITEMSofVOL U.S. A.
Three months pay proper for all in service
March Bd, and discharged after April lith, is a;.
Claims for arrears of pay, and pensions, and
bounty, promptly collected. Unequalled Mein-
Mot for closing and completing clainis. Allo‘‘ -
once to prisoners of war collected. Only agency
in North-Western Pennsylvania where years of
experience in the U. s:Trealwry can be found.
Thankful for the very liberal patronage be
stowed in the past, we hope. by Increased expe
rience and unremitting attention to patrons, to
',secure their continued favor. (Wire in Farrar
Hall Building. Address
atireki-t f. , Lock Box 101, Erie, Pa.
James I'. Crook, having taken in his son, jape
K, as a partner, on the bit day of April, Lsal, un
der the 'inn name of Jana-m.l'. Crook & Son, de
sires to have a settlement of his old aecounis
All persons knowing themselves indebted t,
him are requested to eall and settle without de
_ ' .___.' . ' •
JAMES P. CRO :L__ OK.A: sO\.
ikmlerm in '
knil :tiailurneton.rx of
WINDOW SASH, FRA 3I ES, DOORS & DI.INDs.
Iktoulilings awl Picket Fend', Scroll Salting
Matching nnil 'Planing dolio to order. •
t•+luip on 'Pencil 00.,
Between Fourth and Filth Sts., Erie, Pa
. We respectfully call the attention of the pub
lic to our facilities for doing work In the best of
style, promptly 'nlon reasonable terms. Hav
ing tined up entirely new shops, with superior
machinery, we feel confident of giving satisfac
tion, Orders from abroad will receive prompt
nry9r64-tr. 3A.2.1U4 P. CROOK t HON.
NOTICE TO "Pr. , ItSCENS
HAVING PRODUCE FOR SALE
We are now running a Market Line from Erie
to - ftenova, on the Phila. & F:rio and
wishing to secure all kinds of
VEGETABLES & COITNTBY P./lOW:ME
To care• It an, have established a depot, on
In the rear of the need lioust, between state
Where we will be at all Maya ready to receive
and pay the
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE •
for the came. All having produee for sale are
requested to give ns - a call. Inquire for Market
Depot, Fifth street.
GERMAN SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
Corner F.luhth and Mitate
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
This Inmtltution Is now Open for the tintv+ite
t lon of bumlnelui.
OFFICE Ilous.q: A. It. to 4 I'. 31.
BA.TCH.DAXI4: . 9 A. 31. to S P. 31.
Six Per Cent. Interest will be Given by this
Institution to Regular Depositors.
• .11)11tECT011.4: .1 •
J. Elehenlaub, P. A. iterker, F, P. Liebel,
Kehuehler, John Gensheimer.•
John Geushohner, President
Matthew Schlaudecker , Treasurer
P. Schneider • Secretary
'TM PROVED, FROM TOE MOST .11.11PES
so entire mess; Simple-44=pp..
perfectly adapted to popular imple that mis
.nkas eassotM made in awing them; so hermits as
to berm from danger, and so efficient as to be always
fellable. They hare Weed the highest commendation
tram all, andwill always ruder satisfaction. -
1, Corse revere. Cousetion, Inflammations.. 13
I. , We i :r ir ? o Werm•Ferer
I. Orr /14 or Teething of Inlets. 45
Sr 'D =a .S.Mildres or adults 15
11, Dysenter7. Griping, Bilious Colle..' 1:5
$. Cholessoiliorbss, Vomiting 15
T. . Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis 45
I. Neuralgia, Toothache, Yacasebs... 15
11. Iteadaehea. elek-Hosisehe,Varago In
10, Dyspepsia. Bilious Sternlieb 15
11. Suppressed. sr painful Periods.... 15
11, Manes, too profuse Periods 15
1141. Croup, Cough, difficalt Breathing— 15
, Salt absum. Erysipelas, Emptioas 15
15, Itheumatlem, Rheumatis Pains.. 15
IS, Fever & Aga% Chili ITater,disass 00
it. Mee, blind or Needles. 00
111, " optobalsoy, and sore or weak Eyes 50
111,, . catarrh, scan or Mande, inflames 10
1 1 1 Wboopinig-Conabordlenteceigba 60
111. Asthma, °premed Breathing_ 60
RR Ear Discharlies.lMPeired Elialait 60
15_, ' Serofnia, enlarged Glenda Swellings 60
Hi Genirai Debility, Physical Weans, 60
D. Dropsy, and scanty accretions to
Ilik Seaenlekness, Maws from riding. 00
Et. atictseyeDlecaes, Gruel NI
Ili, , Nervous Debility. Seminal
Embullons, involuntary tile
d:um' I CO
W. '' sore Slouch, Canker iso
00, " Granary Weakness, wetting bed. 10
at . Painful Periods, with Spasms... 60
11 14 "
• ' Bulbs rings at chance of lila. —LOY
1, Epilepsy. Spasms, at-Vitus' Shace.l.oo
61. • Diphtheria, ulcerated Bare Threat 50
• P.A3IIZY CASE'! -
Of as large vials, m ease.
• containing a spec Me for every
ordinary dleeluse a family le
Milijiset to, and et book of 41.
Mellott% 010 00
huller Family and Traveling caeca.
, with Sto 43 .2:, vials from 1;18 to SS
Biocides fOr all private Disease's, both
for Curing and tor Preventive
treatment, in Male and pocket casee,s2 to $5
EllrThese Remedies, by the ens& or single box,
are sent to any !Art of the country, by bailor /4x
press, tree of charge, on receipt of the price.
A ddreu Humphreys' Speo;flo • . C
r = , nonaeopathio Medicine; Company,
Obis and Depot, ReeteSil Baoanwett. Nair Ton&
Dr. Emumr.cre is 'consulted daily at his office,
rsottallyer by letter, a. &boo, fdt all toms at
VOA SALE EY ALL DEUGGLITS.
W.M. 'NICK & SON and WILKINS J.: DOLL,
Agents, Erie, Pa.
FINKLE & LYON
The only :Machine so perfected that entire sat
isfaction M guaranteed or the purchase money
refunded. Where I have no agent a sample Ma
chine Will be sold-at_ a very low price, and a Lo
cal Agent appointed on the most favorable
N. 8.--44 end for a circular. Traveling Agents
wanted. Salary liberal. Address
General Agent for the Finkle & Lyon S. M. Co.,
1316 Peach St., Prie r Pa.
L . l'•1
MHE UNDERSIGNED having purchased the
well known Livery Stand heretofore occu
pied by Wm. J. Sterrett, desires to inform his
friends and the public that he will continue the
business and invites their patronage.
THE STOOK will be largely increased and im
proved,-new conveyances have been procured
and some of the Ilkst livery horses In the coml.
try. lam determined so trreonduct the estab
lishment. as to give satisfaction. Those who
want to obtain the services of a-good team will
find me ready at all times to accommodate them
at reasonable prices.
Recollect the place, Stetrett's Old Stand, Fifth
street. rear of the Reed House.
e-81134 f. THOS. LENNON.
TOR PRINTING of every kind, In large or
el small qthmtities, plain or colored; done In
the best style, and at moderate prices, at the
Observer °Mee , •
BOOK • BINDERY
Blank Book Manufatetory!
wimiloi n•alartfully unun n uu•e to t lie 111.11 e
that W. 113 '.• opened 3
HI IN 11.14 a CA' ,
an d are• prquirod to do woil; In any brnnell of
Of tin MIDIS, 011 halia and ill °rat r, nu('
tult4l to any pattern demlrett.
MAGAZINES'AND OLD BOOK''.
sound nud repali ell In_the bes(l,l3 is
BINDER Y OVER
NeyStone National Bank, Corner State and
Sth Streets, Erie, Pa.
E. M. cr & :••• 4).:%;
TTNi1114:1251C*.7 4 41.:13,
ii/IV I,llllllllwil juiterp.4 of
Virive.lll, 111 I 1,1•
FLOCH AND PEED lit'SlNEss
- of the late firm, ma,1.l I...rtl.trtilty
emithinance of las in . !Iran the Irlends Dti,l pa
trons or IkV 1101,4 . , alt! the 11111,111 . In t.
plolging bilioq If titan 111 In all lino , try to
,ell good :Ind reitnl.l4•
At the !owe,. tpt lee for creth in halal. Front by
long experilgae In this. branch of the Uncle, I
truMt I ktiow what the public demand, anti that
preiuiretl to tttc•et that w a nt.
Returning my timid:. to the publie'for their
liberal patron:lr. , L. ine in the part.] by
strict attention to toy hu,ine.. and 110•11 .
to merit a c0i1it1111.111,... of their putzonage Ili the
THE MILLING. FLOUR. FEED.
Will Ix. continuo), In all Its Il4•partmcnt ,, , the
ERIE 3111.1,5, .PARADE STREET,
und the Store,
JO' A. IS ris PA RK - it W,
Iletwiwn natal and Reed
t h.• publi.• tei 11 floil a go 4 •tock ahrliY" ,
for sale, with conit , ottmt and VOW(' uu•u nu
hand 111 supply tl u wont,.
n1,2.71;7-15'. 11. It. lIAVERS'I'IrI:.
fla,s - Seven letrlve I I "II Fra Overutrung
AT $2:50 'PQ 131.50 .:
-its Oetave Piano Ca.sett Rasewood 3lebaleon
Organs from StVi to Si.ti
NO. 815 STATE STREET, ERIE, PA.
JU - - Every Tuntrument warranted for th•
Peary Street, abide the Buffalo Road,
PARLOR, COOK AND OFFI( SToVES
TIN AND SI[I?I•T mu:: WARE,
THE CELEBRATEH ('URTIS PLOW
111,141111;1'Hk 01 Innt Ca•ting,
Every Store soil by us Is warranted to gis
itiitisfaettn. Kettles, F.ll, Igl, Sad 11,1,4
4tc., on liand and nuitinfavtitrist to <4 der. Plow
and Plow Points of !..uperlor make and dural,lli
ty always on hand. .1 can and a fair trial o
our articles is all we ask.
' met/1'634f. lIENRY. BRYANT
INT - JEIW
HOOP SKIRT MANUFACTORY
LOOS STATE STREET, EIZIE, P.\
B.epairing Done with Neatness at Dispatch
Hoop Skirts Tirade to Order on the Shortest
Messrs. Cohen & rho. are in en -partnership
with an extensive firm in Manchester, England,
thus' entkhling them to have the very latest of
French and English styles.
Our Hoop Skirt depai Oni•nt contains all the
%%Irian.; kinds of Ladles', NINNes" and Children's
Our Corset department embraces the follow
ing kinds: French, English, American and
'Madam Foy's Onset Skirt Supporter.
French ('onsets only ii 51
American ('onsets only 90 eilitS.
Enultsli Corsets Iron .31 r.ll to 32 2.1
Corset Supporter?. from . . . ...........fl Ti to cue
lair Repairing department lqiperinf Prided
by u lady who le thoroughly acquainted with the
repairing of all kinds of Hoop Skutt,
Our Wholesale department eannot be ',Mita...S
tied. Merchants kuppltt,l et Now York prier',
As?- warranted and modem order.
A. F. COHEN St HILO.,
jyri;7 7 tr. Proprwtort.
.7. W. A. li 11 . 1 4 1 S ,
Vihole , ale Retail
Dealer in Furniture !
Having purchased the entire stook of nun:-
tore of Messrs. Moore & Riblet, I respectfully
ask toy old bustomets and the public generally
to give me- a eall at the old stand,
NO. 715 STATE STREET,
Berme purchasing elsewhere. I have a large
Parlor ► dtainber and Bed Roon► Sejs !
'BEDSTEADS. CHAIRS, TABLES,
And, in fact everything in the flue or Furniture.
I am prepared to manufacture Monier am' stvie
that may be elated for. Remember, \0. '715
State street, east side, between Seventh and
apw'b7-tL JOHN W. AYRES.
HATS Ar, CAT'S
Gents' Foriiishing Goods !
Collie and SP(' ciur
FALL AND WINTER
s'rx - r.i , _:ti.;
JONES & LYTLE. No. 10 PARK ROW.
lETTERS Testamentary On the estate or.lb
/bey Holloway, ttec'd, late of Venango t p.,
Elie county Peun'a, having been gnuNd.to the
undersigned; Not lee Is hereby given to all in
debted to said estate to make lmtnedlate pay
ment, and those 11AVing claims against the same
will present them for settlement.
ELIZABETH ,UOLLOWAY, Executrix.
Venting°, Oct. 21, 't37—oc'2l-6w*
ERIE .RAILW AY
Great Broad Gaage Dmible Truk Itbuto.,,
Niviw s."Colltlt , 110SiTcyv
and the New England
'nip. Railway extonsik froth Ilunk sr k -
fit Y l l i r a k tiu l tTe l s ' t! l o " "41 1 : i ls i l k " , A
22 to i 4 IIOII.TEST Itru.l l "r
(minx run rlireidly through tu y• 1,
From [lll,l 11fter Aug . y , 14r., IntiflN t, ; ;.
In (101111121•11,111 with all ths ,
follows: From lit'NK I Fir an , t SAI, \
—by !...:ew York time—irons tops!, .
7,351 A. M., Expo,. Istil s Nuns is,surs.s,i,
sexes•lst Sundays, I,tssis, .st
A. xt s , tout 143111,11 T% 111 1101110
and eurning with t nA.M. I Apr,
from Itnitnio nint
A. M. -
M., Lightning 1..x1,1,..
It'xt - tpt Stou'or.s. Ir,', ,
with 2 . , 2 4 $ P. M. Traits
and nrri6, Ist Nt.tr Valk at 7 A. ti,
4:15r, i , Z,u l'oi k Sight
kirk sext•sist ssusslat. V,„,
To t owa stt M., soul aril,.
at. I'. m. ~,th
I - trains mid , iciknwrs for
11::,111i. 11. rho ii.linti Ex 1,11.,, (inn, 1,„
P. M.. :Ivo
with the M. Tr.i.n fn,ni
v nig IT New'Yoti: i , P. fit. ,
From 1111111,1”--loy New York tttl.. -t, 1,
eurtaer mid .It,
r 415 NeW V", k Dl*
ris et, IkeNrev. )0,
Connects :it t;teut I:eis,l %sill,
haeksiwnwna 4 "."4...;•
it•Pst•y MI 1111.1Ilight %111.
µ : 01, 111,, Exiires% vm..l ji,.
\ill,. daily reXt 01,1
1 ,- ;,,rti nt 74X) 4
Wjlfhlrnsphri A 1. i;
2;2111 0 . Sl., Ligl.tnin:.;•Expr4
fiat,, (011 Th ing tl tfli
tra'lnx for IN, um ;Ind
Artitu.ln N. II York ;it
I,:p, I'. `•I.. New Ybri: Ni g ht Ex pr,
ilerti. at 1101 - 1101,VIIii
Gobs au!! al ri hi. z
12::10 I'. M.
siv;;A:t Arrives 111 Nf
:it Elwin: will, North,
tielphta, W:1.11:11v,., •
(treat Betel Vl It 11 11011,l
W., stern Itailro.,a, Itivi at
alleincx.m 'truing and . - I.ltthers • I,
and No•xv Eliglautl 14
111.• train I , ..hst on i•••111•11“..h.:1\ •41 4 ,.
IVot l'. M., and reaching \••,i
tots tin, of :in other roilt• s
4lt•ston N. England , plim 1,,
their hougutze, ore traps, erte•l4 fen ••1 •
_. • .
The 1.4.5 t Venl.llateil a n d 1.1. 44
sl,•, ping qnr-. in the Wnrl,l:n et.nn 1
traln4 ItallUny. • t
na.„.114 , ulterked 110 otigii I.'
lOW n.• 113 . 011 V 011,er
AS TIVICETS VIA.
wlll,ll van 1... at all
flee% in She and l•g•ntilli-Wist,
• 11. ItlinDLE, W.SI. It.
Erie & Pittsburgh Railro a d,
ANI) MONDAY, :•-t1.191
1 , 4,7, trains will run tin 0 11 , 1 1 .;rr,. ,- ,
111:65,1. Pittshorgil Ex Nti.ps
it 1,4,, and tort v 4.-. at A. 44 ‘t, P,
ft.r at 2:10 p. in., at Nt•lr ya.t 1...tt"
mitt at Pittsburgh at in.
5:10 P. Isi...‘cetannita!ation.,
• at p.
;i:oo.\. M., Acconinatattlitai it.• 111
at A, & tt. W. R. It. Tith-t. r
n. 111., at CaNtit. tit 7: 0 : . / a. Ja, :tat j
burgh at II :ao a. tn. .
14110 .X. XL, Erie nave,
xa.i a. riL, A, t G. W. It. it. Trikli , f:r
a. M., InakLiligelin , calm. , ti.sli
Ern. at 1:30 p. In.
I'. A.ciationtoiliition, ,
at atiii p. 111.. A. it. G. W. It. 11.Tr.in•ii.,..•
p. arrl es at Jant,tiail i
Avila:it:iodation it'll Sharon al
arrivi, at ii..
Pitt , littn.:ll Expritso gout It i
town at P27.1. - Ip.ra..tvlth J. F.
at Frank .
Franklin at p. In., and
at. nt Transfer at ti:in 1f ni ., u, 4•
.1: U. \V. Mail we.,t, for \Varr , is, 1:,,,,1„„.
Erte Exlir,. north ( . 0111111 rt. .It _N.
Transfcr nt Ur,3t a. ut., n it h 31.01
vlllO and J:IIIIC , 14)WII, and :IV
J. Si F. EY.pras,. for aria
tin at it. to., anti 011 :it :it.
ontiol at Math. ‘ti ith
Wheeling and all points to .
at Pitt , 1tur....11 vonttect ton ,
Parin•yls anal r rill 1ta.1,00.
lair:l•:.kpr.,‘ north eonto-t t
l'lt•vt•lttnd Env tv...tlk .1111:4 or 414 •4:
eliten f zi, and all point, In tlo•\‘'4 , l; at
3.111414.11.1113 & Erie Itttilt 0.11 1
411 t orn.
Itttllroati for Buttalo.
and New Yprl: city. - • .
• l'a..enger, ;01
phut 6. Exit. IL IL Pit tOnin4b: All,l
the Erie ts al 4 .
Plll.l.targh, t hen•heitla au C. , 11111, li ,, n
and A. & IL W. IL IL - .1. 1-I.NVLII.
PRILIDELPIIIA & ERIE RAIL Li
Throil , zb an , 1 Monte y
rrhia, halt Iniore.
p. :..m4l the
GREAT OIL REGION
ELEGANT SLEEPING CAT,
On fill - :` , :nzlit Train,
ON and after 110:s:DA1, , icr.
train. MI the Philudelphi.k
Win run ns,fiAlows :
Mail 'lnn n leave. VIOLA litqat 11• I; p,:, 4
-arrive. at Era. at 5:45 nt.
Erie ExpreAs. lea.ves Phil:a elpina „t ..!a : _
arrives /it F.rie at 9:15 a. ni.
Warren Acentntandattna leave , Wan , a a: .::
p. a 1.,. Corry at •,..":•21 p. in., a n d :itm ,, ,. L
IU 4:11, p.. an.. ,
rr -' =
Mail Train Lea<, - es Erie at
•at Philadelphia at g:.1.1 - 11. m. - ,
Erie Expre:ss leav r., Erie at p.
rivem at Philadelphia at 1:1. p.
Warren Acenannedation lea Ne.
in., Corry at !t: 1.5 a. in., and arm
at II:05a. tn,.
Mail and Expre,‘ eonlawt with..oll:
the Warren & Franklin ten:..
leaving Philadelphia at 12.:a0
ton al_ti:.lo a. in.. and Oil CO
Leaving Philadelphia at ..:1111 p. nh, art
011 City at -1:4.)p.
.111 train, on the Warren d: Frankllr,
Make close connections in lid "It t.
for Finnklin and Petroteutii
en ECK EDT!? NO UGH:
KEYSTONE StOVE 'WORE
TIBBAL4. SHIRK & "WIIITEMA
. STOVES AND HOLLOW WARE!
Ilave a large:tint extenst% vaqsortnmd ••••
nt Wholecale and Mall.
THE IRON (ATE, .
ig a tint class ( 4 oal Cook Stove, witli ui
Reservoir, for lutril or soft
or wood, and I.
BETTER THAN THE sTEwAirr
Ninnufacture the .
WHITE SHEAF AND NEW Ell.
Both 'low oven Coal Cook SUrve , —v. 10% ,
grates—van he used either for At o. 1.. r •
THE FOREST OAK
R'e Mill nulnuftteture this ee1e1.r.d..11. ,
Stove for wood—with or without res,s,. ,
THE MENTOR, ,
low oven :stove for wood. This is a 11, •
of beautiful design, and now for so
with a lari:te assortment of Elevated •non''
Parlor Cook, for wood or coal, and P.trl • t
Office Stoves, for wood or root.
V. 31. TIFIDALs. D. SHIRK. W, 11. wit i tIU
Antltoi•ized Caspitatil $500,011L
THE SECOND NATIONAL sltANh
opened for buvinetis on •
MONIMY, DECENIIII - 31.• izni. 1 , 01
In the banking uttlee previcpusly
Mereigint's Ik uk, Itrown
corner of State street rugl public Park.
WM. 1., SCOTT, Prest
DI RECTORS :
\V M. L. Sro, TT, of firm of .1" Hcai 0
JOS. M'C.ARTER, of firm of : 4 .eldca,
GEO. J. MORTON, Coal Dealer:
W. S. BROWN, Agent Mini., 1:1.,‘ IL I:.
JOHN C:BURGESS, of Brut of Cle‘rucic..t
ey J.: Burgess, Wholesale GioCers:
(1. F. CROUCH, of firm of Crouch ,t ltro r,
M. It: FtAnn, of firm of Barr, Johnson ,t
tun. 1.40Ve Mutolfacturers.
F. F. FAIIItA It, of firm ofGray - t Farr.'
loitesa le Grocers.
.1. 1.11tE1810.11:Elt, Grocer.
Watrrant iu Bankritptei.
qinig IS TO GIVE NOTICE that on ow
t. day of oetober. A. 11., Istr.% W.,r7r.t
Bankruptcy was Waled twaite.t th.•
William M. .trbuckle, of the cit
the county - of Erie, State of Penn. bon , ' •"
hum been. adjudged a bankrupt on hl. r,
Mum; 'Chat the payment ot ally debt.
livery of any prxqa.rty la-longing to •-"'h
rupt to him, and tor lib. use, and the
any property by hits, are forbidden . b‘
a meeting Of the rretiltdrs of mild km l,lol ' o ', '
prove their deign and to .11100,0
Of him estate, will, Ta. hell at 3
of Bankruptcy, to be holden at theoda e
ry Butternad, to
of the Court., tole 0,
llouse, in thelclty of Erie, In the vount , ef 17
ainl State of Penn'a, before S. E. W o o,iruff.
later, on the 12th day of Deeemb..r. \ • l'•
at 10 o'clock, A. M.
oe2l-Iw. tr, S. marshal for
Assignee in Bankrupte).
TN TII E DISTRICT COURT Mille Unlit , lC
1 for the Western District of P41111:1, ID t
matter of the Isankruptev of Pardon sss nn. f t
The mulymigned hereby stns. , . nonce
appointment as Assignee of Pardon salon.
the city ;mil county or Erio,n,lo:,t. , 1 , 4 1
trlthin said Mgt net, who has been adjisJP .. .
ha nkrupt upon Isis own petition, I•) the
Court of sushi district, at Erns t whiner COE
istri. s.xmura. J. lierrtiltF lELD ,
rourk;vt. nt Eltic
WINTER TIME T.11:1.F
1.1 , PENNSYLVANIA
N.I.FREI) 1.. T1'1.1.1,
CAPITAL. PAIL) 11):
sat. C. critl".(:,