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they are all defiled, and our own children are
defiled with them. 'Keep them as Ctisar would
have had his wife kept, and long will live the
Terrible ARathong - 5717.10xe vho Defile Them.
Should we fail to do so, before the grass is
creen upon a million of graves slain to put
down a monopoly, we will, like all nations I
who have gpne before us, love a den of cor
porations, born or unborn, better than coun
try; honor hydra headed banks, conceived
and to.be ccmeelyed, more than mankind ;
'adore a nest of vipers, shapen and unshapen,
—but with common interest—more than our
Creator, and betome like those who have
risen and fallen before our time, mockers at
Heaven'+ immutable laws—scoffees at the in
alienable ri4hts of man—wiser than God
who chastised uS,and perish like the brute of
MR, CARRY, of Ohio, the independent Re
publican lately elected to till a vacancy, sent
a bomb-shell into the Radical ranks of Con
gress, last week, by propounding the follow
ing questions 'to Mr. Bingham, the leading
advocate of the new despotism bill :
First. If General Grant shall neglect or re
fuse to execute the provisions of this law, or
if in its execution he should act in an op
pressive and cruel manner, to what tribunal
would he be pmenable for his malfeasance?
Second. As, by the terms of the bill, the
President munot interfere, can the General
be tried by Court-Martial? and, if so, who
can order and- who shall constitute the
Third. Not being a civil officer, can he be
impeached? and, if so, bF• whom, .and be
fore what tribunal?
Fourth. If he cannot be arraigned-by any
earthly tribunal, is he not made an absolute
Mr. Carey said if these queries ware satis
factorily answered he should vote for the bill ;
not otherwisll. Beibre he had concluded
half .the members were on their feet, and
Messrs. Butler, Boutwell, Schenck and others
rushed up to Binghamto counsel with him
how to meet✓ these propositions ; but they
were unanswerable, end Bingham failed to
Tare New York Commercial Advertiser
(Thurlow Weed's paper) tells its readers why
the bill forcing a Dictator upon the South is
to be passed: "This, and kindred measures
in Congress, relate exclusively to the Presi
dential election. The people of the ten
States to be -subjected to a military 'one
man power' are starving. The people of the
other States are apprehending finaneal ruin
if not repudiation. The whole people are
being demoralized by an unwise and corrupt
whiskey tax. And yet Congress concerns
itself about nothing but the Presidential
election! Nor do they see that what they
expect to gain by base means, they are sure
to lose. •
SENATOR HARLAN, of lowa, has prepared
a bill embracing a charter for the District of
Columbia, to take effect on the expinttion of
the present charter of the city of Washing
ton, in Map next. Georgetown will be in
corporated with Washington, and . no dis
tinction shall be made in regard to eligibility
on account of race or color. All the Dis
trict offices now filled by appointment of the
President will be made elective, in order to
give the negroes a chance to obtain them.
The bill will be urged as a party measure,
and on that ground it will no doubt receive
the unanimous ,support of the Radicals in
both Houses. .
TIIE editor of the Kansas City Advertiser
has met a gentleman, a correspondent of an
Eastern paper, who, during the last six
months, has been travelling through Missou
ri. He has no doubt that the State will go
strongly Democratic at the next election.
He met thousands who Voted the Radical
ticket at the lust electicin. They say they
will never vote that ticket again. Respect
ing the new comers, to the State, he says they
_are almost unanimously, so far as his . - obser
vation extends, against negro suffrage and in
favor of the payment of the public debt ;in
greenbacks: and will generally vote the
Democratic ticket in Noiember nett. •
Furrritot concealment of, or charitable
dalliance - with Gen. Grtuatwould be absurd. If
anything is certain which, though it may
not be publicly admitted froii his own lips,
is yet distinctly stated• at the:•Capital by his
most intimate friends, and even boasted - of by
Radical Congressmen, it is certain that
rlysses,S. Grant has got an itching for the
Presidency, and thrown himself bodily into
the arms of the Radicals, on condition that
they will make him their 'candidate.
I.IP Grant had been - one-half as strong as
bis hoWling advocates assert him to be, the
New York herald would - have been sure to
have found it out, and would not have let
ITEMS OF ALL SORTS.
Trams HAVE CITANGED.—An accident re
-_t eently occurred at 'Yale, which, we think,
, goes very far to establish as a fact that this is
- a world -of changes. A Yale Alumnus of
twenty- years standing; returned after a long
absence, to visit his Alma Mater, and was
very courteously received and shown around
. by Prof T. After having exhibited to his
guest moat of the modern improvements, the
Professor said to him: "You have now seen,
I believe, all that is in the institution except
the gymnasium. Come, let us go up there,
and I'll roll a strizig of ten pins with you."
"What,- sir !" exeltiimecl the guest, starting
back in real or simulated astonishment.
"Why," said the Professor, "We have a fine
• alley in our gymnasium, - and I would like
'very much to go there and roll a string of ten
pins with you.' "Roll ten pins with you, sir !"
cried Alumnus with a gleaniof malicious fun
in his eye; "why, sir, I was expelled frian
College for rolling ten pins!"
Fts.vr. not. It is not worth while. Your
life is not long enough to make it pay to
- cherish ill will or hard thoughts toward any
one. What if that man has cheated you, or
that woman has played you false? What if
this friend has forsaken you in your time of
need, or that one having won your entire
confidence, has concluded to treat you as a
stranger': Let it all pass. What difference
will it make to you in b few years, when you
nce to the "undiscoverezicountiy?" All
wl ill-treat you now will be more sorry for
It ten than you, even in your gnat and
FASHIONABLE LITERATrRE.—Miss Thomp
son : "I've been. to get Miss Hangum's last
new novel. The last one was lovely t There '
was a girl married two men, and found out
/afterwards the first one was living! which
was bigamy, you know! Well, after the most
heart-rending suffering, she is enabled to
marry a splendid fellow, for the other two
chaps die! A rich relative dies justat thelast
and leaves her a large fortune I If this is as
pod, I will sit up all night to finish it."
Miss Jones "0 ! no! and then lend it to
l'irtrex Senator Guthrie was Secretary of
the Treasuiy, he sent a letter to a friend in
Baltimore. The next morning the person
addressed appeared in the department and
handed back the missive. "Mr. Guthrie,"
said he, "I can't make out one word of your
letter but the signature, so I have brought it
for you to translate." - The Secretary knitted
his brows and puzzled over it for some min
- utes. At last he gave it up. "hang me if
I can read it either! I have forgotten. its ex
t. net contents, but I know what--I wanted to
see you about. Sit down and 111 tell you.".
A.1.11,-7. in one of Moore's songs reads thus
. —"Our couch shall be roses
dew." To Which a sensible girl replied—
"'Would give me the rheumatiz and so it
A xs:v never has the - least difficulty in
finding a devoted friend, except when lie
Twe best thing out—.fin acting tooth
LUAL BLANics.--We remind those hinged
of blanks that our assortment k the most
complete in the city, comprising every sort
'generally in use by Justices, Attorneys, Con
stables, Property- Qwners and Busi ness men,
They are all prepared by experienced men.
got up in the best style, and sold at the most
reasonable prices. A liberal deduction will,
be made to dealers or others purchasing in
large quantities. 1v25-tE
Tiblials, Shirk & Whitehead
(WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS,)
HOLLOW WARE t
HAVE REMOVED THEIR
FOUNDRY, SALESROOM AND OFFICE,
To their New and Commodiond Building
Twelfth and Sassafras Sts.,
ERIE & PITTSBURGH CAR WORHI4.
Our Luca-wed fitellities for Manufacturing trill
give as an large a variety of
COAL AND WOOD
Cooking and Heating
srrco - v - iEs!
Ao Is to be found West of Albsity
We Manufacture for
Coal Cooking StOVe-s,
IRON GATE, IRON GATE SMOKE
(both plain and extension top,)
WHEAT SHEAF, NEW ERA AND
For Bon Coa►l,
IRON KING AND LEADER,
For Hard Co%I
Low Oven Cook Stoves, for Wood,
IMPROVED FOREST OAK,
(plain and extension top,)
GOLD. STAR, NEW FOREST OAK AND
Elevated Oven Stores,
ADVANCE, PRINCE & MINNESOTA
Parlor Cook Stoves,
ECLIPSE AND BLACK SWAN.
Parlor Stores for Wood,
BELLE,- FAME AliD SIGNALS
Parlor and °Mee Heating Stores,
ARIZONA, DWARF, OEM.
BELLE OF THE LAKE, SIGNAL,
FAME, COTTAGE, CASKET, GLOBE
Wo would respectfully invite the attention of
the public to an examination of our
Assortment of Stoves !
Being assured that with our extraordinary
facilities for manufacturing. we Can offer such
inducements to the purchaser as will be entire
'-- We J*o have the
Celebrated Have Darning
Oriental Heating Stove
The beet In the World, for which we have
exclusive gale in the
'NEW PRESSES,' AND SUPERIOR - WORKMEN.
- North-West Corner of State Street and the Park.
MC) Sl' (14:33t r i4 - urr R
Job Printing of Every Dscrip i tion !
In a style of unstarpavied neatness, and at prlees to compete with any other office In the North
Vi Nt. Oar ihttit:n . 11TH of the
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Our-TYPE all NEW, and of the NEATEST STYLES, and our WoaxtiEN equal to any In the coun
try. With the 31achinery and Material we now possess, we feel fully warranted in
claiming that :it) OFFICE in the western Part of the State EXCELS, and
' - only one or two equal us, in facilities for turning out work in it . •
RAPID AND. SATISFACTORY tIANWER
*l ,- ryt.rl OF PRINTING
Received, andnork warranted not to be Interior to that done In the Eastern cities.
Cards, Letter and Bill Heads, Circulars; Statements,
ENGRAVING, LITHOGRAPHING, &c.
W. have made arrangements with the largest and Vest rstahlishment In • Einftitlo for procuring
any sort of Engraving that may- be needed . , in as good style and at
.21 LESS PRICE THAN IP THE ORDER -WAS SENT TO THEM DIRECT
Building's, Machinery, Seals, Autographs, Mapic, Poitralts,
entrusting 'diem to us will be assured of agood piece of work in the most prompt and undisfac
tore manner. Engravings furnished either on Wood, Stone or -Metal.
In this department we have facilities that are unsurpassed. Persons haVing printing to be done
that requires Ruling or Binding in connection, will find it to their interest to entrust it to us. We
will guarantee that it shall be performed in Q workrtumillm manner, and that the charge will be
as moderate as can be afforded.
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The liberal patronage extended to this otlice_during the laSt MO; year has encouraged us to
snake every effort possible to deserve the favors of our trienus, and we now take especial gratifi
cation In informing them and the public that we have succeeded in titling up an establishment
mho' to every requirement of the community.
We are determined to compete with the hest, and only /Ink a trial to satisfy any one that We
claim no more than we are Justly entitled to. • 1
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, I_AEGrAHIL, 131.... A. NICS. •
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Constantly on hand a full supply of Attorney's Justices of the Peace and Constable's Blanks,
*of the most approved forms. AlsoellLANK Is:6Tb.; of every klud and RECEIPTS, single or In
. . .
books. - t
FULL AND .COMPIETEI
FALL AND WINTER GOODS . !
Dress Goods, Dress _Silks, Irish Poplins;
FRENCH POPLINS, MERINOES, ALAPACAH, REPS,'&,C
Also, a Great Variety' of Cheap I Dress Goods !
.AL Nl3 rrIctI;NITS
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Good Prints for 121-2 Cta. per Yard—Can't be Beat in New York.
BROWN - it BLEACHED
Of all Qualities and Prices: Good Goods as Low an 123 Cents per Yard
Blankets, all Qualities & Prices, White & Colors:
RED, Will & BLUE. ALSO, SHEETING FLANNELS.
Shalvls, all Wool, Paisley, Brocia, &c., &c.
WE WILL NOT BE ITNEIMIW4OO3.
Edson, Churchill & Co.
. IN I
DRY GOOD'S AND FURS!
P. -HENRICH'S EMPORIUM,
My Cloth Department is filled with great bargains, from 'the late auction sales in New York
comprising everything to this : Betty ere, Chinchillasalroadtloth, Ladies' Cloths,Cassimeres,
Satinetts, Tweed, Sheep's Grey, Kentucky Jean, and afu line of single and doubled faced Wa
This Department 1e complete in everything coming under the name. White Dormet, Shaker.
Stevens, the nest Goods made in the country. Twilled Bed, Blue, :Gray, all Wool, and Union,
commencing at 30 cents per yard upwards. Fancy Plaids and Cheeks for Shirting, All Wool
Blankets from WV to Si 5.00.
LINT: NS," •
A full Line of the taA.wlte German Loon) Table blnen,_caininenidni.: at. 1 , 5 cents per yard up
wards. 'ruweiing fmni seat/4 upwards. .10411 Linen 3u eenta upWarda. Napkins, Diaper Lin
ens, Towels., Bc., all very cheap.
150 different kinds of Blanket Shawls, front $5 upward.. A large assortment of Square Woolen
and black and 11ed4. user irunl tio tout,, Drezikaaat rinatw.e.., so/11.0g., du:. 000.1
lianourul skirt+, now 01,0 1....01:_n;, and tite Guided Minted Skirti., prattled, lur fa.
Thin part of the store is particularly attractive, comprising Ilandacime Goods from sri oalita
yabct up t 043. Ivery•thing in the may or Plaid, Poplin, French Poplins, Erupress Cloths, hope,
Merinos ItOm $1 upwards, Alpacas front Zi mote upwards. InAldack and colored.
In Black finks I defy compettion, price col:amends:lg it $1.25 uptto $4.50 per yard. warrant them
pure Bilk and not to cat, Wored Hake, every abade,.eolor awl qtiality. able very low. 1
I will not be undersold in anything belonging to this lin e e e sueh'irs Prints, Marlins,
Gingbams, Canton Flannel, ( heck and Stri Starting. Wool Vara from $1 a sad upirantr.
Rose, Ulf wool, from 3) Cents a pair upwvde. Gloves, eta.
Mink from t2G to 190 e Sett. River Mink from $7 to SM. Et'Wiwi oqulrml.ars. Don't hair* the
'tam DUN ritt bit/Ste /Street. -
oci-Bto. , 3 3 ? 3 ' •7 t
itaving fittoi tip ott talk, itt the
We vvr prepari•d t., d..
MOST IMPROVED KIND,
Sp. eial attention given to the printing ot
And all the kinds or work In use by Buslneas tan.
Parties wanting Cuts of
OCR STOCK Or
Consisting of all the new Colon; and styles of
NO. 716 State Street.
C I. 0 `I" I - 1 S .
ii"Witwirt and 13almortil SkirtN.
ft,t 4 ,
ror 'the Handkerchief.
. 4 11
A Most Exquisite, Delicate, and Fra
ant Perfume, Distilled from the Ban
and Beautiful Plower from which it
takes its name.
Manufnattroil only by PHALON & SON
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS,
AM FOR PFIALONV—TAZE NO masa
Sold by IbrassisU
Keystone National . Bank,
SOden Marvin, Sohn W. Hall 2 Elihn Marvin,
"dealer Town, 0. Noble.
ORANGE NOBLE, Pr t. JNO. J. TOWN. Cash
The Above bank 14 now 'doing builnevi In it
CORNER OF STATE AND EIGHTH STS.
Satisfactory. paper discounted. Money re
ceived on deposit. Collections made and pro
ccedsacconnted for with promptness. Drafts,
Specie and Bank Notes bought and said. A
share of public patronage solicited.' -
FAIRVIEW STATION, Sept. 10,1537.
The Subscriber would respectfully inforni the
Farmers of Fairview and vicinity, that he is
prepared to pay
THE HIGIIK4T MARKET PRICE
for all kinds of Farm Produce delivered at
Fairview Station. Also, keeps on hand for
BM.IIdINODS AND 'AyrintAcrrt COAL
.as cheap as can ho lid elsewhere. Alsn, has
the agency of liassivmd, Young & Co.'s Superior
Cast Steel Plows, Wilke , : Cultivators, Wallace it
Jones' liar-Dumping Wheel Hay Mike, &C.
And has a superior lot of full hlno and grade.
SUFFOLK AND CDESTEIt WHITE PIGS!
Having arociated with me on the It of Janne
_ Andrew Mayer, in the
- BOOT & SHOE BUSINESS,
The firm will be known as C. Englehart Co..
and the businef.4 will be carried on as hereto
fore at No. 11l West Park, Erie- Pa.
C. EHA T.
, Aomeithina N.W.
Buy Silver Tipped Shoes for your children. A
majority of the children wear holes in the toes
of their shoes in a eery few days: then the shoes
are soon worthless, and, a new pair must be
bought. The only way to prevent this great
waste of money is to buy shoes protected by sil
ver Ups. They never wear out at tin toe, and
make a it of shoes last three times tts long as
without Tips. heather, caist have been worn to
some extent, but they 1111%e proved worthless.
silver Tips have a neat and bllbt.thlll appear
s-oleo, and do away entirely till: the disagree
s tti , sight of dirty stoeltings and protruding
_ have con.tantly on-hand the only as
sortiaeht of sll'. yr Tipped Sins•. to be hound In
the etty, including tine sewed shot.,t, Baton - oats,
Tootle, li•sits, &e., which a et oiler, turret her with
a large and faMilonahle tisortinent of Ladle's'
and Grath' Fine and Heavy goods, at the lowest
cash lime ,
C. ENGLIaLIitZ it CO.
3IADE YOUR COAT
FRtINI «'.~ Gr\3,R.
It Elie so Wee l gums I must go an.l get one ;
how are ehatue4
Why, devn't you knii*, he ikeilt%
C IrE APE R
than' any other Merchant Tailor In .toNin, hak
BEST ASSORTMENT OF GOODS,
TratERKSTS lIIS 41.11tMENTS TO FIT:
2.701 Is that so
Of conrsOt Is: go to, his Store,
No. 626 State Street,
And give him a chance to mate you a suit. and
on will never buy anywhere else. •
ed 7117-11. ,
BARN U l lll ,
, DALER IN
MUGS, MEDICINES, FANCY GOO-DS,
PFAIFUMERY TOILET SOAPS. -
II A I R -..,, 0 IL - ,
- . villigm • .
__,.. t ,
:lAR 1.0 PUFFS,
.•;=r- 00 .7;;: ,
k. • .
--.... ' - ' COLOGNE,
P A. I N T S
Linseed Oils, Turpentines, Varnish, hydrome
ters uf all kinds,
PURE LIQUORS' FOR MEDICAL PURPOSFA
London, 'Porter and Mcotch Mt
Prescriptions carefully dispensed. .particles
sold by me are warranted to he precisely as rep
reaenteo. No trouble to snow goolla. Remem
ber the name and place,
HARINITSI, 1317 Peach Street,
aprlVo7-Iy. South t Depot.
Authavrizeil Capital $400,000.
CAPITAL PAID 'IN ta10,010. -
•THE SECOND NATIONAL= DANK
opened for bushier.. on
M0N0.% Y, BECEMBLIt 12TH,
In the banking office previtande occtipled I the
Mt-reliant'. Bank, Brown . a Ilufittlrur, north-east
corner of state street and public Park.
L. so ITT, Pre:a. WM. C. CURRY, Cab.
mitre - runs::
WM. L. so.iTT, pf firm of J. Beam & Co., Qatl
JOs. M'CARTER, of firm otSeitien, Bits. &
McCarter; itni Mem.
GEO. .1. M 4 JUTON, Coal Dealer. •
W. S. BROWN, Agent Butiltio Flrie It.
JOILN C.111.111G1X4, of firm of Clernens,Caugh
es & Wholesale Grorers.
0. E. CROUCH, of firm of Crouch& Dm., Flour
M. it. BABA, of firm of Barr, Johnson - dr. Sea
man, Move 3fanufaeturers.
F. F. FARRAR, of armor of Gray & Farrar,
Seduced 30 Per Cent. in Price!
DEGRAAr & TAYLOR'S
$7 end 890
and 132 Hester Stet ee Bawer',
_B5 Meath, Street t, , and
(Entrance 87 Bowery.)
WHOLESALE AN)) RETAIL
ur tock eon:We o all -Is.
kinds of FURNITUREf ft
and DIN 43, of ou ur r
own make, which we guarantee.
Our stork la entirely too large for the season.
and Ittrift as saw, we esa And the bogeys,
swa Air st wet
National Claim Agency !
Office In Fnrrar Mall Blinding, Erie, rn
All claimants for extra bounty alloWed by late
acts of Congress. nn have the same promptly
collected by sending their discharges to mu, the
receipt of which will M. promptly acknowledg
ed mid instruct iomi rernmed,
INCREASE OF PE:s:SIONg.
- - .
f. , 15 per month for the total loss of te, of either
leg or tain t Instead of S: per month for each
111111 Or Child or lieeelt , Eal liOhlier.l or Sellhaell.
At,), other inereh.o..
A It lIITION.II, Fo tit 1.1)1,. OFFICE:IIS of U.S. A.
Turves months pay proper for all In.servlce
March ad, and disehara, d after April lith, IBM
Claims cashed. _
Claims for arrovh of pay, and pensions. and
bounty, promptly trollected. Unequalled melt'.
it ten for closing and rompleting claims.
a m,. t o pel.,,neri of war Collected. Only ugency
In North-Western Pennsylvania where years of
eXperlence In the P. ••,. Treasury can be found.
Thankful for the sery liberal pdtronage
stowed in the past. we hope by tnercaned eXpe.
rlenee and unremitting attention to patrons, to
xecurethelr cord timed favor. e ntice in Farrar
hail Etiihtln~. Addroi
S. TODD PERLF.Y.
auTtiAr.. Lock Box 101. Erie,
Juno, P. Crook, hat inv. taken hi hls son, Jas.
E., as n-part nor, on the Ist ,hly of A pill. Isal, un
der the rine name of James P. Crook S Son, de.
hires to hose a mAtlument t.f his old aceonnta.
All persona konwin , 4 themselves indebted to
him ark: nrlt:o.sted to call and h..tt le without de
JAMES P. C 11001; SOS,
U. hi •
ROUGH & PLANED LUMBER
IF! MPrittracturops of
WIN DCAV 1 , 1t.1.31E.4, DOORS' .t: BLINDS+
/111,1 1 , 1,111T,ft, ",
Matching and PI antic! '
• - :"41)Op on Paneli I , * l
Letween Fourth and Fifth Ste, Erie, Fu.
We re•Tectfully call the attention of the pub
lic to our facilit le,. for doing work in the 1)(4 of
hit Yle. promptly and on re m.onaide termv, tiny.
tuglitted up entirely new '.hops, with superior
machinery, we tee!of gleing haitimfae
don. Orden, from abroad will receive prompt,
mrd4ll4-tf. JAMES P. !CROOK & SON.
GERMAN SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
Corner r..,lghtlo and
. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
This Institution is POW open for the transac.;
tfon of 1.1131111100.
OrricE nour.sl: fl i. M. to 4 P. M.
SATCRIMYS: 9 A.. M. to 8 P. M.
Six Per Cent. Interest will be Given by this
~.:Institution to Regular Depositors.
J. Eichenlatth, P. A. Recker, F. P. Liebe!,
F. Schneider, John Oensheirner. -
:Matthew tk•hintniecir.cr Treasurer
F. Schneider, stecretary
Inv's PROYILD, FROM TIM MOST I.IIIPLII
11 asposione*, so mato mows ; ELlmplor—Promot..
ILObtoos. sod Sollobbi Thy VIP ea only Illodidass
=4ly aloud too mem moo—mo olooplo Mot wk.
11114114 le mad. to ming Qom; u loolsolom so
to be Ohm Rom dugs; u 4 u Mel out as to be storm
oalLobla Slay km Wood tho What eoutzoomboLLSO
elm A sad Mmoyo nada 'algae tioa
1, Carer Basra. Congustforr, hfitroutations.. MI
Illfr r Ar ni 7 m Worm•Ferre, Were Hirelle. IS
O. C la or Teething of lobate. 96
4 Diary rea of chides' or adults IS
11 , - Efsetitary_. Griping Moss Collo.. BS
S. Cholera.noribus. Vosges( 23
T. Coughs, Colds, Brooches a
S. Neuralgia, Toothache. a.— ss
S. ' Headaenso• Blek-Baslacho Vaas ,Torfige Di
10, Drepepella, Woos Stomach 16
11. enppieratana. err palatal Portoda.... U
7 6 . gehlW., too endars Potads 53
' 13. Croup. Cough, dtelcolt Breathing— SS
14, _ Salo linear% gypipslia.-groptisas VI
. 1k Ithsumallaln. 7 7 thhIcalth Phu- $ 5
If, Fever 4 Sam% Cb.ll Toyer, trines SO
17, Pthes, blind or bleeding. • - 00.
IS, Optif balmy, sad smear sfaik Eros SO
1 9 , Catarrh, ovate or throttle, Ingrowth DO
OD, W hopping... Con b,• O /Iscrecorthr 70
U. Asstima. linundas - LS
fik Bar iniscltarnes.bspared Beane; NI
E. Serof ula. sataTnrsi Okada. Oshilap se
• SII. Gendrai Doblllty, Physical Weakness DO
Sk Dropsy, sad owe, Secretions.. .... DO
111. Saa•Sicknes% ?deism trots ridlNi. so
• E. IL Iduenshlsease, Gravel 1101
"9r, Nervous D. NM y. Semilial
Emission% isrollaisry Lila.
' shams Lel
IS, - Sots Mouth, Cooker IX
10 . " ' , rimers is eak nese. setting bed. SO
1 7. • Fearful Perlo'esorith Boras.. DO
11, • Sue' ring. at dance of lite IDO
115 • Ep lector, @pitman nt..Vntne Dance.loo
14, ' 14,..13 ther.s, ulcerate/J.Bon Throat. 410
/ 7 .431/LT CANES ' I
Of at tar_.tint 11., ' lttrsTOterb taiga,
fon taltarsg a .I.er/tic for every
'Ordinary 111.r:tete n family la
, subject to, and a book of 411• /
ruction., 010 00
natter regret') oteiTreiVellnafeleee, I '
' wi th ..;1 , i o ..:• ~ a 1... . too fine ill
Speci• r fee .' itch, ete It/. peer., 2.2. th "1
- for fueltau di.:. , : Prete mite
tteatt•ant. e, ~ nie a nd pokkel ~.,,,e,e, 2 r
5:17 - 1"`• , ••••• I' , 11.1 . 4.1. At 0,1• ~ .1.." or p r. _ : be;
Are sent to .o, pool 01 Ito i ‘ , 12n2 re • 1,, Moo or Es
prrAe, trxe or 2.1....,.., on P. ~; 21,: Int I, .0.
A 'Mt. , ' IN2r,phreys Spec..fo. •C .
" liameopathic 15:011...;:ne Company,
()Mee, ac,l Diet, :co 4,2 r.4,,..p..1., :tiLr, Yoga.
• It, numpr.r r. t. armee end dolly at In. ottee ‘
pent-mealy or 21 7.2.01, Or atodre. for Cite/saw 01
dramas. , •
PALI SALE BA ALL 011,11. GU/bile.
Nirit NICK A 14)N and WILKINS S DOLL,
.44roAlts, Erie, Pa.
CREAP CASII STORE.
A . >i I I Ur- ,
Corner of Sth and state
Groceiqes and Vrovimiono,
Wood, Willow rind Fitone Ware,
And everything that Is usually kept in a First
Class Faintly Grocery.
ALL GOODS SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH.
The best brands of
Erie• County Flour,
Always on Rand. Calland examine prices.
az- Go,:gil delivered free in any part of the
city or south Erie.
UNDERSIGNED having purchased the
I well lumen Livery Stand heretofore occu-
Eaed by Win. J. Sterrett, desires to inform his
friends and the public that he will continue the
business, and invites their patronage.
THE STOCK will be largely increased and ha
proved—new Conveyances have been procured
and some of the best livery horses in the coun
try. lam determined so to conduct the estab
lishment as • to give satisfaction. .Those who
want to obtain the services of a good team will
dad me ready at all times to accommodate them
at reasonable prices.
_place, Stetrett's Old Stand, Flab
street, rear of the Reed How,e.
jeS'6s-tf. THOS. LENNON.
tiViI'AVO:OPC4zrA # I :4ESE!I , : 4 : 4 f *XII I
STATE: STR E ET:
ISAAC ROSENWEIG, SEN.,
lias opened a new store of the above deserip
tion,at his old stand,near the south West corner
of State street and tho Park, where he invites
his old customers and the public generally
to give him a call. Constantly on hand a gene
ral assortment of
Crockery, Glass, China Iliad Silver Ware,
Bed Room Sets, Dinner and Tea Sets, Knives,
Forks, Tea Spoons, Looking Glasses, Lamps,
FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS! • -
Embracing some of the moat beautiful ever
brought to this market. Those who wish to buy
at a bargain will And it to their interest to call
He to Sell
Z) PER CENT, BELOW
any other tuePie...Ln the eft)
JEWELRY, SILVER WARE,
And a great variety of
.F . A. NCV GUODS ,
Paragonauilding, 28 N. Park Place,
Next. iloor to Jlerctusne3 L7nion Expremi cok.
' A stock - of i..2.y , 0)0 . 111 of elegant and rami
lomible guild:, will ht!oticrecl, for tlic next three
, mouth,„ at a very great redo. tion In price.
The stuck is all new marl purchased ut lower
rates of gold than now. and determined co avoid
7 Rases in future. protlta and ea.th transac.-
• Urine shall taueflt Ulike customer audUtialer.
Thirty years establialteil In Erte, In the same
businetur, tatty be some guarantee that no great
'mount or nuarepresentat ion will be employed,
but Just Fogy and Young Anaertea
spirit to warrant sale transactions and good
SILVER SPOONS OF COIN SILVER,
For Mill or made to order. Watches and all
kinds at time keepers and Jewelry carefully
paired and warranted. Give me a call.
my21174,1'.. T. M. AUSTIN.
iOll PRINTING of every kind, la large or
smell want:Ulm plots or colored, done
e best role. and at moderate satzai. at th em e
hoop Skirt & Corset Depot!
New York Hoof► Skirt Manufactory,
Neat. Light. Fashionable :and
A. F. CURE'S tk. ililo. - reimettinily inform the
Indies of Erie (1111 i surrounding emintry that
they liiiv ou Muni a large assortment of Hoop
Skirts, of.all si?.e. and style., lit our own make,
and Manufactured of tl o • is-.t flexible steel and
matet WI, which we will guarantee equal to any
in the• market. ilaving lied con‘tilerable ex pf-•
romee In the litednes., we are confluent of our
314110 - to give entire ..ttislaetion to all tho.e
who Taw, hv.or us with a rail. if any of our
make will.break within one year, they will be
repaired, still no charge. made.
Uld Skirts repaired, altered and shaped as
new. NVNV Skirt. made to order at the shortest
none e. A splendid and Loge stock of all kinds
of I 'or:win 1111C1 COrNI•Ug leek constantly kept on
Moat. Country nten•hants supplied ai the ery
ion est rates. A. F. t'olll. - ..ti k Illto„
N". bore State street, Erle,
N , LI W
Blank Book Manufactou:
We would retopectfully announce to the public
that we have opened a
131001 K BINDERY,
and are prepared to do work In any hraneli of
' Of all kinds, on hand and made to order, and
'MIN to any pattern desired.
MAGAZINES AND OLD BOOKS,
Bound and repaired in the best style
BINDERY OVER .
Irstone N %null • r State aad
eath st.t. ia°7'
E. M. COLE & SON
Yawing purehased tho Interest of the Messrs
Vineents In the
• 'FLOUR IND FEED BUSINESS
Of the late firm, would 're-I:artfully solicit a
continuance of favor from the friembi and pa
trons of the hone,
and Ihe public In general,
pledging himself that be will at all tlinel try to
sell good and reliable
Flour, Feed nud Gratin
At the Lowest prtee for rush in hand, From my
long experience ln this - branch or the trite, I
trust X ittiour What the public demand, and that
lam prepared to meet that . nant,
'Returning my thank , to the public (Or their
liberal patronage in the pn , t, I hope by
strlet intention to my busine , s and theirwants,
to merit a continuance of their patronage in the
THE MILLING, FLOUR. Fr•PJ),
AND GRAIN BT.7:4INE_si4
Will 1* continued, In all its departments, at the
ERIE MILLS,' PARA DE STREET,
and the Store,
A. a' PARK It C 0 NV ,
Bet ween Brown'A li otel and
It - here the public will and a good-stock always
tor hale, with competent and polite men on
Luirul to a upply thetr.wants.
tkV2.761-IY, IL H.
reach Street, above the Buffalo Road,
Lit Ig, PA
'I.A.!SVFACTI - 11Eltb OF
PARLOR, COOK AND 'OFFICE STOVES,
TIN AND SHEET IRON - W.IILE,
THE CELEBRATED CURTIS PLOW!
And all kinds of Iron Castings.
Every Stove sold by os Is warranted to give
satisfaction. Nettles, Sleigh Shoes, Sad Irons,
on hand and manufactured to order. Plows
and Plow Points of superior make anddirrablll
ty always on hand. A call and a fair trial of
our 'alleles is all we ask.
mrat's3-tf. HENRY, BRYANT & ("0.
J. W A. V' V.."S
Dealer in Furniture !
Raving purchased the entire stock of Furni
ture of Messrs. Moore Rlblet, I respectfully
astr. ray old customers and the public generally
to give me a call at. the old stand.
NO. 115 STATE STREET,
Before purchasing elsewhere. I have a large
Parlor, Chamlber and Red Room Sets !
BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS, TABLES,
And, in fact everything in the line of Furniture.
I am prepared to manufacture to order tiny style
that may be called for. Remember, No. 715
State street, east side, between !Seventh and
JOHN' W. AYRFSI
• Pianos from Steinway ,t; Sons, 'Marshal A: Tra
ver, Emil Gaffer. Also, 3felodeons and Organs.
Prices at a large discount below manufactur
ers* prices. Every instrument warranted for
So. 815 State htreet, Erie, Pa.
jan2-(f. Z. 1147.srvrii.
" CLOTHING !
Gents' Furnishing Goods !
Come and see our
FALL AND WINTER
SONS & LYTLE, No. 10 PARK ROW.
DESIGNER & DECORATIVE ARTIST!
Neatest, Cheapest and Best Sign Painting West
of :few York City.
.• Frescoed In the neatest style of the art.
General Designing, Drafting of Models for the
Patent °dice and every description at Orna
mental Painting executed promptly. Rooms in
Farrar Hall. No, 3, second door aplll7-ti.
Mary J. Crowther,by ber In the Court of
next friend, - Edward D. Common Pleas of
Loomis, Erie County.
vs. No. 40 Feb. Term,
Isaiah Crostber. 10117.
OnCE is hereby given bat testimony to the
above case will be taken at my ofrice in th e
bbbboooorough of North Vast, on January I Ith. /01K111
10 o'clock a. tn., by virtue of appointment from
the Ccurt of Co6llllcri Pleas.
IN-F-11V 31_ U S 1.(1.
Kent to tiny .8.1.1re... -2 oil ti t. 4 p t ,
0. J. WILLARD,
No. 3.13 13roodo ay. \r•u lrrt
"If I Couldn't Hon - coolo t ,
"('Tift , .. CAW,' .(orthill . • I,• I.
511. SIX of OW. Mother' • •I•1.,
of " 14 1 " 1 " • I,
s o. • ••ItA
..Ntarm Prittni , f-": loif AAA! in'
"i leasatot Mignon.,''; ):.
"There's lint a , 00 ti
COrrile %Ong be _
"Leaves that Fall In Sri it' 7 .
"A sweet Prier Ito-e ia ,f m,,:„
H. 1 er . . ,
"Angel of lii..i.ty'•; 11. 11..1,1,
"Co ttuge.ftose"; song lit Ke. r..
"tltieezin Song"; b Ili, ant P
"In III& Beau.bul Land 4, 1 My Do. :la'
by Bolder .....
"Me •1 Me, Darling, on To-nlghl•
"Write Me y% h ng of )1% Father ;
"I Could Not Wit% but I•itay •
"I'm Lingering at the (Janie', (tate, • -
"Friends W i, yell In Fort., r Yer. •
Men 0%, .•; •Ilri 0 . % II I.it
"Conte to 31y tharrt 'le Faded Ft
"tiuert Stain'; by H. I'. Dah. •
"My Pewit lful PYarl": by H. P. j
"K .ty pre'. "; son,: ud ehorua
of My Youth"; lia.aa sari I, 11
"Fa her,Wi Wa elle,. at the tor
song "till etiorus
rnories of th Taat"• hy rite ,
"It 'teems but it,. Other . Day"; by J.
. ..... .....
"Year,. Ago"; by J. It. Thomas
01 tarn Kan "; it' by llohlei .
"Jest,- ,Saviourot 51)
tenor Anil alto %ilies, with churl., I, vi z
"Like Ni,..wa Weary tar,''; eau .•„-•
con !alto and ehortia...
"Softly Now the Light of Day"; s.a r,
solos or milt 11110, (4.111 , 11 - . 4 iVil It eh , ni.
"Be Joyful In t e Lard"; by if. I'.
"Cast 'thy Burden on the Lent": t•olus
piano ud tenor, by liatiforti,....
"Savior, Snore of Every Eiesidng• ;
.I*e Ileum"; 11 flat llanh-v...
"It la a ticrot Thlrgf to GA , Thank.' .
tailinti. lel .... .
"Pmts.! the Lord, (I My riour ; t
no itlld itl or ....... '
A new 00l Book. "Nite title, 1. AA • :
Morning"; tiv litany Itteltet
Ad. rftl.3 1 );ders
Strho.esale Agora for the C:ty an Sta.,: C.,
:York fk.r the eelebrated
Are. strictly speaking (11 , 4 clay jp,d
foiled to become the LEA DING
er Introduced. 1J ales will he
Lowest Whole...ale Hate-, and guar.t;Ltroii.r.,..
tint]. Large illustrated pric. e100ng, , ,,,,,;
Ilkenesi front plestouruple, sent 1., at:,
on oppactithm. Address
O. J. -‘IU
"Wnole,ale .Igent 51.3 Brow i% ai y. N- N; Y
S. D. dc: H. W. SMITH'S
AMERICAN • ORGA'N
0. J. Willard, Wholesale hest,
' The Cases are the
New seal heanti ul in de+fgrt and works:La_:
—are made rom tho Is,t of mat- rial.
with great rare, having a smooth 144. , ..x
quality of tone, yet dee and tuellwa.
lined in bight y Mack
Rosewood Cases, with double
. . .
blow pedals, k ee well., etc. All Ino• P.,-
mOlo stop,-with wliteh th. inotAbelint...r.lEl.t
can be produced. Send for 1111thtnited p. , ,,,'
giving full 'parpcl,lbin4. Addre , .s
~4). J. WILL IM,
Jut:-tf.. 1, 5 , 13 Broad wwy.N 1
tiO MORE BALD 7iE~U9
NO MORE GRAY 1,04:K r;.
Dr.- Leon's Electric Hair &VIM
pronounced . by tin who have a5 , ;.1'.2
very hest preparatton for the burr. It Is:pc
tiVe cure lur bakthem, eradicate. dAydr,:,:.
humors, quote.. the huir from , J.e
speedily restores gray loeks to theft urg , ..in
It operates on the secretions
glands with new life and Volorinc Mire" 'lt
dead, fatten or gray hair will alu Ht ~ 14
[Kick, by a *few applications, to
abundance, vitality and color.
It maize. the halt- soft, glossy. trarraut
aant to the touch and easy to an,aut.
wtry.and Intractable be , oarie
and disposed to retrunn in any La.,,iredp,:-.L
As a liatr Dressing 11 has nu typist 11tat
are enormous. Will it is a universal I
old and yonng of both men...
Sold by Druggists throughout UL.:4
States. Address all order' , to
ZIF:CILEIt & S3IITH, Sole
137 North Third st..
GOOD NEWS FOR )(OTHER*.
Mothers, are you oppressed with nnrrh
VOUr lltsle ones? An your edurnbersam ham
limken by their cries? Du you dual,. I: 7!
morning nnrefteshed.and mrehentn
procure a bottle of Mr. Lem '. iniant•lt , t<
and you will have no mom NI acp LuLl •
watching and anxiety.
DR. LEON'S INFANT RDIEPT
Haw litood the test of year,. Thou,srgs r! c^
- ea and mothers bear a hue ?hal It ilett!4.)
to give relief tn.ed in season, It na:i.S
sure and speedy cure ler olile,r ramp. acktiP
and is Invaluable for all complaiat,lmliti: ;
Sold by 'Druggists throughout th.t
States. Address all orders to
ZIEGLER & SMITH, Sole Propnctor ,
137 North Third St.. 1 hind.,
MIXER'S 'WASH POWPER
Saves time, labor and money—mai:el tra•
Mg a pastime and .314attlay r Frati‘al.
everywhere. Try it. Addre,s all order• to
ZIEGLEII Sole Proprieton ,
137 ',Corti' Third St., I'hiladOpt3
Corner of Holland and Sixth SttS
COAL! COAL! COW
The place to lay to your TVlnterN
Coal la at
Saltsinan & Co.'s Yard,
At the Comer of Peach and 12th Snk. 4o ' d
corner or Saesairns and inh
Ctial of alt kinds constantly on batti:'
Nut, Bituminous, from $2.50 to s 3,,t '
Large Lamp, do., from $4.., 0 t•
• And all other Coals in propoirto o.
Dealers supplied hy the car
MUSIt , 1i1.:.17,1 R.
6• - YOST]: "