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" THE WORLD."
4t the opening of the year DES, "The World"
challenges, • more confidently thou ever, the
sympathy and support of ail patriotic citizens.
A glorious work tuts been gloriously begun.—
Deep already answers deep. The fens tidelity
of this Journal to the cause of liberty protected
by law stands nobly vindicated in a splendor of
victory shining from Maine to California. Con
necticut, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New
York, have thundered forth their verdict upon
the misrule and madness of the past. But much
more remains to be done. Never was the peril
of the countrrgreater. The Radical party still
decrees the death of representative self-govern.
merit in ten sovereign States. Armed with mil
itary despotism and. wholesale Negro Suffrage,
It desperately grasps at a permanent lease of
Power, in defiance of public opinion, atthe cost
of enormous taxes and of crippled industries,
.it the cost of Union and Peace.
. - • - . .
To the great battle still to be fought "The
World" will give all its efforts, all its energies.
IL, asks of its friends in their turn as much • it
asks of them more readers and a wider influ
ence. It asks this with confidence in its claims
as a newspaper and as en organ of opinion.
The chief use of a Newspaper is to give its
ALL THE NEWS.
For this the facilities of "The World" are un
surpa.,,ed by way Journal in the United States.
It seek, to excel by an accuracy and candor, a
spirit - and freshness in itis news columns which
shall commend it to readers of whatever party,
sex, creed or place.
As an organ of opinion "The World" is the un
flinching champion of
. A Liberal, Progressive Democracy,
whereof the corner stone is Freedom restrained
by Justice; Freedom pure and simple, in the
largest collective measure; the office of Justice
being to protect Freedom from encroachments
Freedom of the individual citizen in his rights of -
though, speech, religion and locomotion ; in his
Right to make any money bargains he thinks
proper In spite of foolish usury laws; in his
Right to buy and sell in all markets, domestic
and foreign, in spite of unjust protective tariffs;
in his Right to choose his own food and drink,
a spite of meddlesome temperance laws; in his
Right to representation in the legislative bodies
which fax him, in spite of unconstitutional ex
clusions; Freedom of collective citizens to as
semble for discussion of gievances; Freedom of
all local communities to manage their local af
fairs without central interference; Freedom in
every section of the country, from the arrogant
and unconstitutional domination of other sec-
'dohs. This large and comprehensive idea of
Freedom sums up the polities of "The World,"
which will never be found wanting to this cap
; ital interest of the country Ilpli of the human
A paper published In the metropolis is man
: rally looked tofor careful Market reports and
authentic information, and intelligent discus
sion. relating to .
Trade - , Commerce and Fihanee.
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lation than any other Democratic Journal ever
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hopeful of the great cause lt upholds than ever
t,eiore. Standing on the Declaration of Inde
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A It is opposed
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combat that monstrous treason to American
liberty, which, thrusting the negro element in
to our political sy stem, must of necessity wreck
the whole mighty fabric left us by our fathers.
God has created white men superior and ne
groes Inferior, anti therefore all the efforts of
the past six years to abolish Ills work and
equalize with negroes—every law violated, eve
ry • State Constitution overthrown, every Ufa
sacrAfeed, and every dollar expended, are ne
cessurilyjust su many steps towards national
suicide; and the simple and awful proLlem now
upon us is Just this-shall we recoser our rea
son and retritee our steps, or march on to Mon
grelism, social anareli , and tile total ruin of
The Day hook y therefore, demands the resto
ration of the "Union its it wits"—it Union of co
equal States upon the a bite basis, as the only
Hope, and the only means postble under heaven
for sas log the grand ideas of 177 ti, and the fund
_ aniental pritaple of American liberty, and If
the real live:nen, mid the earnest believers In
that sacred and glorious cause in which" Ma
men of the Ref ohnion offered up their lives,
will now labor to expose the ignorance,delusion
and treason of the Mongrel party, (twill sue•
teed, and the NS hits Republic of Washington
le restored again hl - all its original influence
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decl2. No 1112 Nassau Sit., NeW Yorli.
T it Jr.
Erie Commercial College,
ERIE, PA., ERECTED IN PAD,
628 State .t., between . 7th and Sth sta.,
In the most complete Institution In the land, de
signed to Unpurt to young Men and Boys a
In all the departments of active business life, a
thorough knowledge of all the branches apper
taining top business education.
• hook Keeping, Penmansnip, Arithmetic,
Commercial Law Business Practice, Finance,
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GRE. T SUPERIORITY
Of our muthocl of InNtruction lv uutieslUttlugly
conceded by all who have exuminett our mode
Time to complete a course from eight to nine
weeks. We have thoroughly reviewed our
courne and instead of 12 to lOweeks can warrant
perfect huccess in eight or nint, week*, saving
about one half the tune as befoie.
TEalta.—For a Lite Seliolanailp, payable in
ads, Knee, good Ili tong (mut the chitin, f,16.00. For
corm fete /11 Double Etitr)
A first class boarding him,. I% connected with
the College, m here sttalentsfital all the comforts
of borne at s ery low ytriern.
—_ For circular. containing lull Information
and specimens of pennunc,hlp, addrew; (enclos
ing six cents In stamps,,
COOK 3: 110EG, .Principitts.
SAUSAGE ST UFFERS!
Of the bed kind, at
J. C. ISELDEN'ii
Farmers and Others,
ASHES, BEESWAX; BEANS . , RUTTER,
CHEESE, EGGS, FLOUR AND MEAL;
FLAX, COTTON, FURS AND SKINS,
DRIED AND GREEN b=RUITM
GRAIN, WOOL, GAME, POUI,-
TRY, NAVAL STORF.S,
SORGHUM, 310LASSE.9, ETC.,
Gen'! Commission Merchant
442, 444 aii6 446 Washington St.,
And receive his weekly Price Current of Pro
duce and Groceries, the most. Complete Pilee
Cu published in the United Stateti.
. D FOR A PRICE CURRENT.
Marking Plates and cards Furnirdied Free
Liberal Advances Made on Consignments;
ESTAJILISHED MAY 1, IS ,;(1
First class reterenct.+ given when required.
LATEST & BEST!
Button Hole, Oversenming
SEWING MACHINE !
Is warranted to execute In the best man
ner every variety of Sewing, Hemming,
Felling, Cording, 'rucking, Braiding, Gath
ering, Quilting, Overheitaning, Embroider
tag on the edge, and In addition make
beautiful Button and Eyelet Holes in all
IT ITAS NO EQUAL:
Being absolutely the best
In the World, and Intrinsically the Cheap
est, t.tr tt is two Machines combined in one
by a simple and beautiful mechanical ar
4 %5 00-
- W OU
. ..!1! 00
Circulars with full particulars and num
pies of work done on this machine, can be
had on application at the '
SALEROOMS OF THE COMPANY,
South-West Corner of Eleventh and
Instructions given on the Machine gra
tuitously to ail purchasers.
A.4G TlN'rfr4 i'rr:ilo
C. R. Kingsbury,
Agent for Erle, Warren and Crawford
Bay State Iron Works !
Founders, Machinists and Boil
Works Corner Peach and 3d Sta., Erie, Pa.
Having made extensive addition!. to our ma
ehinery, we are prepared to fill all orders
Stationery, Marine and Portable Engines,
Of all sizes, either with hiugle or cut-oft valves
STEAM PUMPS. SAW MILL WORK, BOIL
ERS, STILLS, TANKS, ETC.
kink of Heavy and Light Casting.
Particular attention given to Building and Ma
FOR SA LE.—ettearn's Circular Mill Rigs and
Head Blocks, which are the best In use. Joint,
son's Rotary Pudaps, Gas Pipe and Fittings,
llrass iiitsxls, Babbitt Metal, eta•.
Jobbinit solicited at reduced prices. All work
warranted. Our motto is,
CIISTONEBS MUST BE SUITED
We are hound to sell as low as the lowest. -
Plcwse call and examine.
febl3-t(. NOBLE &HALL.
LOW PRICED AND GOOD.
TIII; EMERSON PIANO !
To meet the wants of the great number of
persons Who desire to_posness a Piano but do
not feel able to go to the expense of the costli
est make, and yet have only - a good substantial
one. They are most ‘utr+tantially built, on the
soundest acoustic principles, the wood is the
best quality, properly seasoned; the tune rich
and powerful; they stand well in tone and wear
—well in every particular. This I know front
uctuaal experience. All persons desiring •
A GOOD PIANO!
Should examine the"Fimerson" heroic purehas
mg any other kind.
Liberal gliseotint to clergymen, teachers, end
CAS)) e115t41.1110 , .. For mile at
S. M. WEIGEL'S PIANO WARE-ROOMS,
inTTIcTi BLOCK , ERIE, PENNA.
11111 M-tr. -
No. 1224 State St. ri
Particular attention given to the Introduction
of Water, Steam and Has Pipes into Hotels,
stores and Dwelling Houses; also, the fitting
up of Copper Heaters, Bath Tubs, Showers,
Wash Stands and other Work, by experienced
workmen and on reasonable terms.
Onistantly on hand and for-saloa full line of
Plumber's Materials, Copper Heaters, Bath
'rubs, Water Closets, Wash ilasins, Showers,
Pumps, Itra.ss Work, Wrought Iron Gas and
Water Pipe, Galvanized Water Pipe Iron Fit
Alen, a large stock - of Gas Fixtures, Chande
tiers, Pendant., lirneket., Mitt Lights, Drop
Light:, Stand Lights, Cigar Lighters, Shades,
Globe., Rubber Hose, etc.
ed to Si; Orden' from the country inomptly attend
Discharge In Bankruptcy.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT of the United
states tor the Western District of Penn
sylvania. sanmel Kahn, a bankrupt under the
.ter 01 CotigieKs of March 2,1, 1877, having ap
plied for a discharge from all his debts and oth
er claims provable under said Act, by order of
said Court, not ice is hereby given to all creditors
who have proved their debts, and other persons
Interested, to appear on the 16th day of Aprll,
1684, at 10 o'clock, A. M., before 8. E.
Woodruff, F-81. Register, at his Mike In
the city of Erie. Penna., to show cause, if
any they have, why a discharge should not be
granted to the said bankrupt. And further, no
tice is hereby given that the second and third
ineeting.s of creditors of said bankrupt, required
by the 27th and 25th Sections of said Act, will be
had before Diesel(' Register at the same time
and place. 8. C. McCANDI.Fsts.
Clerk of U.S. District Court for said District.
NEW YORK CITY,
To Sell Machilie
435 State Street St., Erie,
1001 STATE STREET,
1.-ITtrlli: C 1701,7
GEO. L. HUBBARD,
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The Elastic Family Machine does all kinds of
Sewing, thick or thin. without change of ten
sion. Also. Beautiful Embroidering. The
Lock Stitch Machines for light anttheavy tail
oring, or leather work. Simple, quiet and easy
in operation. • Machines eschewed and to
rent. For sale by S. M. WEIGEL, at Weigel's
Plano Ware Rooting, 10e1 State street, Wittich
We-Pianos, Organs, Melodeons 'and all kinds
of Musical lustrtunents kept for hale.
Erie &Pittsburglt Railroad.
O S^ .4itT,l". } U, R
10:41G A. M., Pittsburgh Express, stops at all sta.
• bone, and arrives at A. ct G. W. 11. R. Trans
fer at 1:40 p. tn., at New Quills at 3:00 p. m.,
and at Pittsburgh at 6:00 p. rn.
6:00 P. M., Accommodation, arrives at James
town at 9:00 p. in.
5:00 A. M., Accommodation from Jamestown,
arrives at A. dc G. W. R. R. Transfer at 53:i
a. m.. at New Castle at 7:00 a. in., and Pitts
burgh at Ilt-00 a. in.
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6:00 A. M., Erie Express, leaves New Castle at
8:46 a. In.. A. &9. W. It. R. Transfer at 10:10
n. nt., making close connection with trains
for Buffalo and Niagara Fallti,and arrives at
Erie at I:30 p.
kat P. M., Night Express, leaves New Castle
at 7:25 p. at., A. & G. W. It. It. Transfer at 8:45
p. ru. , Jamestown at 0:23, p. in. and arrives
at Eric at Et Kr, a. in.
Pittsburgh Express south connects at James
town at 12:40 p.m. with J. & F. Expressoirriving
at Franklin at 235 p. in., and Oil City at 3:40 p.
m. Connects at Transfer at 1:40 p. in., with A.
& G. W. Mail west, for Warren, Novena and
Erie Express north connects at A. & G. W.
Transfer at 10:10 n. at., with Mail east for Mead
ville and Jamestown, and at Jamestown with
J. & F. ExpresA for Franklin, arriving at Frank
lin at 2..35 p. Twrand Oil City at 3:40 p. m..
Trains courfect at Rochester with trains for
Wheeling and ail points in West Virginia and
at Pittsburgh connections for Philadelphia,
Harrisburg, Baltimore and Washington, via
Pennsylvania Central Railroad. •
Erie Express north connects at Girard with
Cleveland & Erie trains westward for Cleveland,
Chicago and all points in the West; •at Erie with
Philadelphia & Erie Railroad for Corry, Warren,
Irvineton, Tidloute, &c.. and with SWIM° & Erie
Railroad for Buffalo. Dunkirk. Niagara Falls
and New York City. .1. J. LAWRENCE,
Don't advert ke so intensely the largest stock
of old style, goods for the Holidays, but, after
thirty years' belling
Silver Spoons, Fancy Goods, &e., In Erie, Is
prepared to show upon this occasion and steady
right along hereafter, every day, just such goods
in style and quality most desirable to buy. The
old shopkeeper who so long stood guard, have
been relieved by New Goods, which arrived last
evening from Is:ew York,.and at once displaced
the Old Fogies, who were very glad to sere
tesitied Young America with the
I, test Styles at the Lowest Prices.
Old and new patrons, don't be amid of & old
concern—Austin is up to the times and en
deavors to do things in a practical manner.
"Watches and Jewelry repaired nialfully. Sil
ver Ware manufactured us usual. Engraving
in every design on, Gold and tither. Give me a
call. T. 31. AUSTIN,
At 211 :Conti Park Row.
N. 11.—New Goods, Jr., will arrive at Austin's
Dec. 21tb, iwf7. declB-3m•
Sold in Erie by 1. IL-CARVER. 6.! CO., an
WM. NICK A. SON, and by Orugglmts every
IS. L. Fahnestock St Co., Pittsburgh, Pa., sole
agents. - n0..33-3m.
J. W.- TAYLOR,
- - Manufacturer of
NAVY, SPUN ROLLS, Ss, 10s,
And all the-other brands oe
O 13 A. C C O
NO. 427 PENN STREET,
FREE GIFTS TO AIM!
A Silk D
11 a res Pate
Watch Family Sewing
FUMM OF COST:
For one or two days' "service In any town or
village. Particulars and satnplca sent tree, by
addressing, with Mann),
B, CLOCIMAN & CO.,
No. 4D Hanoti•er St, Boston, Mass,
FIRST-CLASS AGRAFFE OVERSTRUNG
PIANO-FORT E S
WARESOOXS, 97 87. +'R STREET.
These Pianos \ are recommendeil by the most
eminentj edges, and are, for power, fuliness,ehtS
ticity of touch and durability, unsurpassed by
any-pianos made In this country. f -
GUARANTEED FOR FIVP: YEARS
11lustrabad Catalogue :And Price Llat. Rent by
mail on application. rebi3'g4-ly.
AGENTS WANTED FOB
THE Lllk2 - COAT:7.4,
And how they Lived, Fought nod Died for the
Union, with Scenes and Incidents In
- • the (Great Rebellion.
Coln prising narratives of Personal adventure,
thrilling lnctdcnts,durtngt, exploits, heroic deeds,
wonderful escapes, life in toe camp, field and
hospital; ads entures of spies and scouts, to
gether with the: songs , ballads , anecdotes anal
humorous incidents of the war.' Splendidly il
lustrated with o‘er llxl line portraits and beau
There Is a cel tutu portion of the war that will
never go into the,regular histories, nor be em
bodied in roman & or poetry, which is a very
real part of It, and will, if preserved, convey to
succeeding generations a better idea of the spir
it of the conflict titan many dry reports or cwt. ,
ful narratives of events, and this part may be
called the gossip, the fun, the pathos of the war.
This illustrates the character of the limders, the
humor of the soldiers, the deuot ion of women,
the bravery of men, the pluck of our heroes,
the ronuince and hairdship*of the service.
The valiant stud brave hearted, the pictur
esque and dramatic, the witty and marvelous,
the tender and pathetic, and the whole panora
ma of the war are here thrillingly portrayed In
a masterly manner, ut once historical, and ro
mantic, rendering ft the most ample,unlque,
brilliant and readable book that the war has
Amusement its well ISS instruction may be
found lu every page, as graphic detail, brilliant
wit and LIU thentlahbflory, are skillfully Inter
wnven in this work of literary art •
Send for circulars and see our terms and a
full description of the work. Address
JONES ER:s 'dr CO.,
laitt4f. I .Philade]plrlu, Pa._
ETTERN OF ADIUNISTitATION on ; the
estate of Malcolm Magill, deceased, late of
the city of Erie, having been granted to the un
dersigroxi, notice is hereby given to ail Indebted
to the said estate to make immediate payment,
and those having claims against the name will
present the.m, duly authenticated, for settle.
ment. ' - RICHARD O'BRIEN,
Jalb 6w. Administrator.
OR MUSK RAT•,TRAPS
By the dozen or single, for sale by
decl3-tf. J. C. SELbEN.
DLA2ZIO4! BLANKS !—A. complete assort
ment of every kind of Blanks needed by
,Attorneys, Justices, Ct' distables and Business
Dien. for sale at the Observer Other.
VHS! BLANKS ! A eoniplete assort:
• ment of every kind of Blauks needed by
Attorneys, Justices; Constables and Business
Men, for sale at the Observer office.
BLANKS ! BLANKS !—A complete assort
tnent of every kind of Blanks needed by
Attorneys, Justices, Constables and 'Redness
Vett, for sale at the Observer otnee.
BLA.NICSI BLANKS! A complete assort
mem of. every kind of Blanks needed by
Attorneys, Justices, Constabiee and Business
Men. for tittle at the Observer on**.
ITFWKW . . I UW - 71
The most elegant selection foi. Men's, Doyle and
FALL & WINTEIt.WEAR!
NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE,
Coatings, Cassimeres, &c.,
NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE,
Clothing Made 4 Order,
In a style superior to any heretofore made in
this vicinity, at the
NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE,
Men's Furnishing Goods,
From a Paper Collar to the finest Under
' wear, at : S3O per sett, at the
NEW YORK CIOTIIING HOUSE,
An inspection of our really beautiful Stock of
Fall and" Winter Goods.!
P. B.—A Wholesale Department Is conneetes
with this House. oclo-3m.
J. EICHENLAUB & CO.,
BOOTS 8z SHOES !
We have just finished, and prepared forpub
lic inspection, a mammoth stock of Hoots, Shoes,
Gaiters, Ruhlwrs, etc., embracing every descrip
lion and variety of kiwis, and which for style,
quality and finish cannot he surpassed in the
market, all of which are offered atlate reduced
rates. We also pay especial and strict atten
For which the finest collection of Leathers are
kept on hand, and every facility is secured for
accommodating customers promptly, and in a
style to render perfect satisfaction. Particular
attention is also directed to our
Where we manufacture at, Wholesale, Men's
Boys' Ladles', Misses' and Children's Boots,
Shoes, Gaiters, etc., of every.yariety and kind.
Having lately enlarged our manufactory by the
addition of new buildings and improved ma
chinery, we are prepared to supply the Trade,
on short notice and at the lowest market prices.
Adjoining this department are connected our
LEATHER AND FINDINGS ROOMS!
Ernlir - acing French, German and American
Calf Skins, of 'hest and varied limnds, Slaughter
and Spanish Sole Leather, French and Ameri
can nouns of all enlors and prices.
'With our inerensetPfacillties we can sell as
low tufany Eastern manufacturer, and make to
order any kind of - work wanting by the Trade.
Thankful for the past liberal patronage of the
public, we respectfully solicit a continuance of
seTe-t4- .1., EICUENLAUEI dr, CO.
Gifts for Christmas and New Years !
A Superb Stock of Fins - Gold and Silver
Watches, an Warranted to nun, and
Thoroughly noiml.Ltmt, at the Low
Price of $lO Each, and Satis
100 Solid Gold Hunting to $lOOO
100 Magic noted Gold Watches. ..... 750 to nuo
103 Ladies' Watchev, enameled 100 to ROO
21) Gold Hunting Chronometer d 0... Vii) to. 300
2,3 Gold Hunting English Levers._ 20) to 750
300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches. 150 to 0*
50(1 Gold Hunting American 101 to 250
500 Silver Hunting Levers 50 to 150
500iliver Hunting Duplexes Y 5 to 5(
54J0 Gold Indies ' Watches 50 to 250
1000 Gold Hunting Lepines 53 to 75
1000 .Miscellaneous Silver Watches._ 50 to 100
:nix) Hunting 1311ver Watches 25 to 50
5000 Assorted Watches, all kinds 10,to' 75
The above stock will be disposed of on the
Popular One Price Plan. giving every patron a
tine Gold or Solid Watch for $lO, without regard
Wright Bro. & Co., IGL Broadway, New York,
wish to immediately dispose of the above mag
nificent stock. Certificates, naming the articles
are placed in seated envelopes' and well mixed.
Holders are entitled to the articles named in
their certificate, upon payment of ten dollars,
whether it be a watch worth $l,OOO or one worth
less. The return of any of our certificates enti
ties you to the articles named thereon, upon
payment, irrespective of lis worth, and as no
article valued less than $lO is [lamed on any cer
tificate, it will at once be seen flint thin in no lot
tery, but a straight forward legitimate transac
tion which may be participatedin by the most
A single certificate will be sent by mail, post
paid, upon receipt of. SI cents, live for $l, eleven
for It 4 thirty-three and elegant premium for $5,
sizty-sis and more valuable premium for SO,
one hundred and most superb watch for $l5. To
agents or those wishing employment, this is a
rare opportunity. It is a legitimately conduct
ed business, 'duly authorized by the Govern
ment, and open to the mist careful scrutiny.
Watches sent by express,wlth bill for collection
on delivery, so-that no dissatisfaction can pos
sibly occur. Tn.- us. • Address
WRIOIf I% BROTHER & Co., Importers,
declo-5mY lel Broadway, New York.
BoOKAGENTS WANTED to solicit orders
for DR. WIS. SMITH'S DICTIONA
RY OF THE BIBLE. Written by 7tiof the meat
distinguished Divines In Europe and America.
Illustrated with over 125 Steel and Wood En
gravings. Complete in Op° Large Octavo Vol
ume, Retail Price, 11150. We employ no Gene
ral Agents, and can thus offer extra induce
ments to agents dealing directly with us. For
full particulars and terms, address the Publish
!.3** .1. B. BURR Jr. CO.,
docl9-4w. - , Hartrani, Gann.
AT 'TI E
Noble,llln . ek
The Completeat, stock of
No. 4 Noble Block
No. 4 Noble Block
Full Lines In
No. 4 Noble Block
Is respectfully solicited
MARKS tt MEYER.
No. 62S State Street.
No. 8 West Sevepth Street,
_* I 2AV I
For the BandkerohieL
A. Most Exquisite,.Delicate, and Fra
grant Perfume, Distilled from the Bare•
and Beautiftl Flower from which it
takes its name.
Malntfactnreil onlyby PliA LON & SON
NEW YORE. • ,
ABE rac-riti,Lows—mst NO MUM
lied by Dratted'. !macular. • -
Keystone • National Bank,
CAPITAL $250,000. .
. . •
. DIRE TORS;
selden Marvin, John W. Halt, Elltm Marvin ;
- Rester Totan, O.
ORANGE NOBLE, Prest. JNO. J. TOWN, Cash;
The above bank Is now dolne buslnef , s in its
CORNER OE STATE AND EIGHTH STS.
Satishictory paper discounted. Money re
ceived on deposit. Collections made and pro
ceeds accounted for with promptness. Drafts,
Specie and' Bank Notes bought and sold. A
iiro of public patronhge solicited., •
Important Notice.. '
FATUVIIIV STA.TiON, Sept.lB,,lSC7.
The Sutuscriber would respectfully inform the
Fanners of Fairview 'and vicinity, that ho is
prepared to pay
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICF g
for all kinds of Farui Produce delivered Ea_
Fairview Station. Also, keeps on hand for
sale' • . .
BITUMINOUS AND ANTHRACITE COAL,
as cheap as can be had elsewhere. Also, has
the agency of frapgood, Young S CO.'S Superior
Cast Steel Plows, Sulkey Cultivators, Wallace it
Jones' Self-Dumping Wheel Hay Rake, .tc.
And has a superior lot of March full blood and
SUFFOLK AND CHESTER WHITE PIGS!
' Sepl9 . C7-Iy. . A. STONE.
'laving associated with me on the Ist of Janua
ry Andrew Mayer, In the
BOOT Sr„ SHOE BUSINESS,
The firm will be known as C. IMglehart dr. Co..
and the business will be carried on as hereto
fore at No. 19 West Park, Erie, 1.a.,,•
. Something New.
BOy Silver Tipped Shoes foryour children. A
majority of the childrelorear holes -in the toes
of their shoes in a very few days; then the shoes
are soon worthless, and a new pair must be
bought. The only way to prevent this great
waste of money is to buy shoes protected by sil
ver tips: They never wear out at the toe, and
make a pair of shoes last three times as king as
without Tips. Leather Caps have been worn to
some extent, but they have proved worthless.
Silver Tips have it neat and substantial appear
ance, and do away entirely with the disagree
able sight or dirty stockings and protruding
toes: Wo have constantly on hand the only as
sortment of Silver Tipped Shoes to be found In
the city, including tine Sewed shoes, Balmorals,
Youths' Boots, &c.., which we offer, together with
a lame and .ficsidonable assortment of Ladles'
and Gents' Fine and. Heavy goods, at the lowest
cash prices. -
mrlfo7-tf. C. ENGLEHART & CO.
WHO MADE YOUR COAT ?
• "FUUANI WA.GrN JUR.
It fits so nice I guess I must go and get one;
how arable charges t,
Why, don'i'fou know. he sells
than auy other Iklereltaut Tailor In ;town, has
BEST ASSORTMENT OF• GOODS,
• AND ALWAYS
WARRANTS .HIS GARMENTS TO FIT I
No! Is that so?
Of course:lt Is: go to his Store,
No-. 626 State Street,
And 'give him a chance to make you s suit, and
you will netrt•r buy anywhere elbe.
89..1 N U .1111
DEA LIKR 1
DRVGS, NED 1013164, FAICY GOODS,
H A,- I• R 0 I, 1,. • ,
:POWDER S i - PUFFS,
BRUSLIES, 4• - • 7 •-' COLOGNE,
• %A., I N 'l'
Linseed Oils, Turpentines, Varnish, Ifydmme
tent of all.kinds,
NYSE LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES,
, London Porter and Scotch
Prescri Ptionn carefully dispensed. All articles
sold by me nre warranted to be precisely as rep
resented. •No trouble to shciw goods. Remem
ber the name and place,
BARNUM, 1317 Peach Street,
South of the Depot.
Authorized Capital $500,000
t CANT' I L PAID IN MO,OOO.
"' THE SECOi 'II NATIONAL BANK .
, opened for business on
MONDAY, DECEMBER 12TH, 1564,
In the banking office previously occupied by the
Merchant's Ba nk, Brown's Bulkling, north-east
corner or state.street and public Park.
WM. L. SCOTT, Prest. WM. C. CURRY, Cash.
IV3I. L. SCOTT, of firm of J. Hearn £t Co., Coal
JON. 31VRTER, of firm of Selden, Bliss &
GEO. J. MORTON; Coal Dealer.
' W. M. BROWN, Agent Buffalo & Erie R. R.
, JOHN C..IIURGES, of firm of Clemeus;Caugh
ey & Burgess. Wholesale Grocers.
0. E. CROUCH,ofrirm'of Crouch & Bro., Flour
M. R. BARR, of firm of Barr, Johnson & Sea.
man, Stove Manufacturers.
F. F. FARRAR, of Min of Gray - & Fiumt,
J. DitiIISICIAKEII, Grocer,
' pirit - Nrrtrium
Reduced 30 Per, Cent. In Price
, • DEGRAAF & T&I'LOWS
87 end 89 Birirery, 85 Christie Street, and
, UK! sad 18S Hester Street,
kEntrance 37 BoweryJ
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Our Stock consists of all grades, styles and
Marisa FURNITURE and - BEDDING, of our
own - make, which we guarantee.
Our stock is entirely_toolarge for the season,
and MUTT BE SOLD; if we can dad the buyers,
even AT A ZAXX. coelffirt-302
National Claim Agency
°Mee in Farr:n.)lElllEo!piing, Erie, Pa.
All claimants for extra bounty allowed by IntU
nets of Congress, can have the same promptly
collected by sending their discharges to me, the
receipt of which will he promptly acknowledg
ed and instructions returned.
INCREASE OF PENSIONS.
IM per month ir loss of use of el,ther
leg or arm Insteadk th'e total
of SS. 02 per mantle for each
minor child of deceased. soldiers or -seamen.
Also, other increases.
ADDITIONAL FOR VOL.. OFFICERS Of U. S. A
Three mouths pay proper for nil in service
March 3.1, and discharged atter April 9th, Ma,
• Claims for arrears of pay and pensions. and
bounty, promptly colletted. Unequalled focal
ities for closing and completing claims. Allow
ance to prisoners of war collected. Only - agency
in North-Western Pennsylvania where years of
experience In the U. S. Treasury 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. Ofnce in Farrar
Hai/ Building. Address '
S. TODD PERLEY.
Lock Box 111L_L•rie, Pa.
NEIW F 71131.
James P. Crook, having taken In his son, Jas,
VI., as a partner, on the Ist day of April, ii63,nn
der the firm name of James P. Crook'& Son, de
sires to have a hettlament of his old accounts.
All persons knowing themselves 'indebted to
him are requested to call and settle without
JA3IES P. CROOK it SON,
' Dealers In
ROUGH & PLANED' LUMBER,
And Manufacturers of
WINDOW SASH, FRAME:4,IOOOEBd; MINDS.
Mouldings and Picket Fence, Scroll Sawing,
Matching and Planing done to order.
e.incop on Tench St.,
Between Fourth and Fifth Sta., Erie, Pa.
We respectfully call the attention of,the pub
lic to our facilities for doing work In the best of
style, promptly and on reasonable terms. Hav
ing fitted up entirely new shops, With superior
machinery, we feel amtblent of - giving satisfac
tion. Orders from abroad will receive prompt
n1y23'64-tf. JAMES P. CROOK & SON.
GERMAN SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
Corner Elmltth and state Sta.,
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
This Institutionis now open. for the transac
tion of business. " •
OiFICE HOUVVI: U A. M. to 4 P. M.
SATURDAYS: • !LA. 3d. t. 0 .8 P. M. •
Six Per bent. Interest will be Given kw this
Institutlon to P.eirular Depositor s.
.1. Elchenloub, P. A. Becker, F. F. Bier - mai,
•F. Schneider, John Gensheitner,
F. Schneider, -
rant ?ROVED, PllOl/1 Till Win MIMI
11 motional. anontlisanonear; filuplo—Pronapt—
Idaletoot, obi billable. They aso dowdy Medicines
pertwaly sdaptoi to popular urea, ample that ado.
Inks* cannot Do shad* to attn= them: at hand= on
to to fres from danger, uda.ema.ntrUbeswafa
Nast& They haralcod tb. Whorl comtatudilloa
trots Amid will stony' maw oattafscacut.
Ms. • Comb.
1, Cares Hewer', Comprilos, Tallszonitions.. 13
1, WorW' aria.) t ern Worm - Cola. 1a
S. Orytn s. se Teething et labials. 16
11, . Mart , ma of ebUdren or adults...-. El
S. Dysentery. Griping. Bilious Collo.. 13
1 1 Cholentedl orbs. B ron ch itis 13
• 7, Coedits, Cale, 25
B. Neuralia, Toothache. isessebe... 65
• Headac g hes, flietAlesdactie,Vertlge 1$
10, Dyspepsia. Baton Stomach ' Si
11, Suppressed. or palatal Periods.... it
16 , tralteis. too gwutase Periods, 15
1 2 , - , Croup, Cough didicalt Breathing_ 63
14, salt Rheum. SrOpu&s, Bruptioas 15
15 • Ilheantathm, Ebsnmette Pala.. 23
IS, Fever & Apo% Chill Fem, Arum 60
17, Piles, blind or blisdhig ' In
11 Dlnttnalusy. sad swear' weak Eyes 00
12, Catarrh, scuts or chronic,. Whm= 60
60 , WhoOplnat-Coughoollentecnighs 61
11,111. hisehmie r opprused Breathing_ 50
Ear Dlsaiarges.impaired Maras PI
U. . Serefuts. snisipri Glands, Swellings 60
St, General Debility, Physical Weakness SO
SS, Dropsy sin amity Seerations bil
121 4 Sea•tileknesa, dames from riding. 60
11 1 . Rldney.Dlsease, Gravel a
U Clem us Debltity. Seminal
Emissions, Involuntary Ms.
~ - No=outh, Canker . 00
so, - u rim.," Weak wens. wetting bed. 00
11, , " Painful Periods, with Spume_' 60
62 1 - ` Satter* riga at change of lit. e MG
It; ' 0 Epilepsy. Spasma, Scrims' Dance.l.oo
St, " I.lphtberia, ulcerated fore Tbnat. 10
' FAMILY CASES
Of XS large Oats, morocco ease,
..Con taint na aspeetlle for every
Ordinary disease n fernlly is
'abject to, and • book of dl.
merlons, $lO 00
'Smaller Family and traveling Mirk
with W.l to ye vials Iron $5 to $9
dpeetace foe all Private DI ,both
for Cueing and for Preventives r
treatmeut, iv vials and pocket cases,j2 toll;
11X - These Remedies, by the ease or single box,
are sent to any tart of the country, by Mail or Xs
press. free of charge, on receipt of OA Vic&
Aittizeili Humphreys' SpectEn
Homeopathic Medicine Company,
Con and Depot, to. (Cl' Ditoarferar, Nov Toni
Dr. orraranoTa is consulted daft, at his office,
INnonau, or by lOW, as skive, for .40 ferns of
you SALE Ut ALL gisvicciiTs.
W5l. NICK & SON anti WILICXNS k DOLL
Agents, Erie, Pa.
•CHEtP CASH STORE.
A- . ]%.IE I INT IN I Gr-
of Sth andiState Sts.,
Ci'rocevies4' and Provi-
Wood, Willow awl Stone Wnre,
And everything that Is usually kept in a First
Class Family Grocery. -
.ALL GOODS SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH.
The best brands of
Erie County Flour,
r klways on Hand. Call and examine priCes.
fair Goods delivered free In any pail. of the
efty or South 'Erie. -
LIVERY • STABLE.
rVIIE UNDERSIGNED having purchased the
.11 well known Livery Shthd heretofore occu
pied by Wm. S. Sterrett,. desires to inform his
friends and the puhilc that he will continue the
business, and invites their patronage. . •
.THE STOCK will be largely increased-and im
proved—new conveyances have been procured
and some of the best livery horses in the coun
try. lam determined solo conduct the estab
lishment as to give satisfaction. Those who
want to obtain the services of a good team will
ntal me ready at all times to accommodate them
at reasonable prices.
Recollect the place, Stet rect.'s Old Stand, Fifth
Street. rear of the Reed House.
Jes'itS-Lf. 'THOR. LENNON.
, NEW 'WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
SU STATE STREET.
• ISAAC ROSENWEIG, 'SEN.,
llas opene( a new store of the above deserip,
tI tttt ;at Ills old stand,near the South West coruer
of State street and the Park, where lie invites
his old customers and the public generally
to give him a call. thnstantly ou Mimi a gene
ral assortment of
Crockery, Glass, China and Silver Ware,
fled Room Sets, Dill - nor and Tea Sets, Knives,
Forks, Tea Spoons, Looking Glosses, Lamps,
Globes, Chimneys, &e.,
FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS!
EMbnaeing 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.
Fie guarantees to sell
33 PER CENT. 'BELOW
tiny other house In the city
JEWELRY, SILVER WARE,
And a great variety of
FANCY G OODS,
Paragon Building, 28 N. Park Place, Riley
• Next door to Merchant's Union Express Co..
A stock of MAX/ worth of elegant and fash
ionable goods will be offered,for the next three
months, at a very great reduction in price.
, The stock Is all new and purchased at lower
rates of gold than now, and determined to avoid
losses in future, small prolita and cash tranitao
lions shall benefit alike customer and dealer,
Thirty years established in -Erie, in the same
business, may be some guarantee that no great
amount of misrepresentation will be employed,
but just enough Old Fogy and Young America
spirit to warrant: safe. transactions and good
SILYER SPOONS OP COIN sthylar,
For sale or made to order. Watches and all
kinds of time keepers and Jewelry carefully re
paired and warranted. Give ma a call.
my?o7-tf. T.. M. AUSTIN.
TOD PRINTING of every kind, In large or
fel email quaraltlcs,-Idala or colored, done la
Observer otgoe. bost style, and at moderate prices, at the
Hoop Skirt & Corset Depot !
New York Hoe p Skirt Manutaatiry,
10063 KrA , rn E9T.
_it, • -
SPRING STICILZEF# !
NATHAN . WHEN iespeetfully informs the
ladles of Erie and surrounding 1 country that
he has on hand a large assortment of Hoop
Skirts, bf all sixes and styles, of his own make,
and manufactured of the best flexible steel and
material, which be will guarantee equal to any
in the market. Having had considerable expe
rience in the business, he is confident of his
ability to give entire satisfaction to all those
who may favqr him with a call. If any of his
make will break within one year, they will be
repaired, and no charges made.
Old Skirts repaired altered anti shaped as
new. New Skirts Mal) to order at the shortest
notice. A splendid and large stock of all kinds
of Corsets and Comet Steels constantly kept on
lewd. Country merchants supplied at the very
lowest rates. NATHAN COHEN,
ja2.-tf. No. 1008 State street,Erle, Pa.
Blank book Manufactory !
We would respectfully announce to the public
that we have opened o
and aro prepared to do work In any branch of
- BLANK BOOKS!
Of all kinds, on liund and made to order, and
ruled to any pattern desired.
MAGAZINES AND OLD ,BOOKS,
Bound and repaired In the best style
Keystone 'National Bank, Corner State and
Stn Streets, Erie, Pa.
THE t,7 - N]DEI SIG-NMI3,
Having purchased the Interest of the Messrs.
Vineents In the
FLOUR AND FEED BUSINESS
Of the late firm, would respectfully solicit a
continuance of favor from the friends and pa•
trons of the house, and the public In general,
pledging himself that he will at all times try to
sell good and reliable •
Flour, Feed and Grain
At the loirest price for cash in hand. Front my
long experience in this branch of the trade, I
trust I know what the public denuwd, and that
lam prepared to meet that want.•
'.llcturning my thanks to the public for their
liberal patronage to me In the past ,I hope by
strict attention to my business and their wants,
to merit a continuance of their patronage the
TEE MILLING, FLOUR; FrVrl,
AND (MAIN BUSINFZ3S,
Will be continued, in all its departments, nt the
ERIE MILLS, PAR ODE STREET,
and the Store,
-PARK re W ,
Between Brown'.4 Hotel and Heed House,
Where the public will find a good stock always
for sale, with competent and polite nips on
hand to supply their wants.
• EAGLE FOUNDRY,
Peach Street, above the Buffalo Road,
III:YItY, I3RYANT AL CO.,
MANUFACTUF.ERS OF ,
PARLOR, COOK AND OFFICE STOVES,
TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE, '
THE CELEBRATED CURTIS PLOW!
And all kinds of Iron-Castings.
Every Stove sold by us is warranted to give
satisfaction. Kettles, Sleigh Shoes, Had Irons,
&c., on hand and manufactured to order. Plows
and Plow Points of superior make and durabill
ty alway% on hand. A call and a fair trial of
oar articles is all we :bk.
- mr.Sttt-t f. HENRY. BRYANT & CO.
J. -w. A. 'V' S
Whole sale wad Retail
Dealer in Furniture
~ Having purcha.ed the entire stock of Furni
-1 ire of Messrs. Moore & Rlblet, I respectfully
Tisk my old customer's and the public generally
to give me :teal! at the old stand,
NO. 715 STATE STREET,
Before parchaskig elsewhere. I have a large
Parlor, Chamber 'and Bed Roam Sets !
BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS, TABLES,
Anil, In fact everything in the line of Furniture.
I am prepared to manufacture toonier anv style
that may be called for. Remember, No. 715
State street, em.t side, between seventh and.
ap2i'67-tf. JOHN W. AYRES.
SILVER'S WASH PutVIJEE'.
—lid.' yea time, labor and inoney—make. VJ.,.
Ing a pastime and Iluntittyra Pram al. N:
everywhere. Try It. Address all °mien, to: ,
ZIEGLER & SMITH, soli , Proprietor\
137 North '1 turd Vii„ YlulwtelpL:
Prices at a large dlsco . unt below manufactur
ers' prices. Every• instrument warranted for
Also, the best Sewing 31actilnes' constantly
on hand. Every Machine warranted for three
No. 815 State street, Erle, Pa.
San tt . Z. si-surrir.
HATS Sc CAPS
Gents' Furnishing Goods !
FALL AND WINTER
• JUST OPENED.
JONES & LYTLE, No. 10 PARK ROW.
L. B. CITEVALIMIt,
DESIGNER it DECORATIVE ARTIST I
Neatest, Cheapest, and Best Sign Painting West
of New York City.
"Parlors, Malls, Churches, &c.,
Frescoed in-the neatest style of the art.
General Designing, Drafting of Models for the
Patent Office and every description of Omit
mental Painting executed promptly. Rooms in
Farrar Hall. No. 8, second door ap11417-tf.
JOB PRINTING of every kind, in large or
small quantities, plain or colored, done in
the best style, and at moderate prices, at the
BLANKS! BLANKS i—A complete wo
men% of every kind of Blanks needed by
Attorneys, Justices, Constables and Business
Men, for sale at the Observer" netiloe.
E. 31. COLE h SON
Come and see our
THE LATEST PUBLISIIEb
Sent to nny itchhem on
Ing 1 1pt of N1 ,e1,7
O. - J. WILLARD ,
No. 543 Broatftway, New 'fork
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gong by Hopkins
"Cross Ober Jordan - ; lip Dan Liens•ti
"Klss , Me as of ()lit, Nlother"i , song
"Thinking of Old Friend. ; by R . l .n
"Waiting Still for Thee"; lemad.., • • ;
"Stars Of Promise"; bat ad by
"Pleasant Memorie.";• by .1. It. Thezna.
"There's a Knocking at tie Door of ily
comic song by Wataon. ....... •
"Leaves that Fall in Spying"; by I. L.T; , ,
"A Sweet Brier Boise la My
"Angel of Beauty"; by IL Y.
"Cottage Itose'; song by Keeler..., • -•
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"In this Beautiful Land of My '
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' "In tie Meaaow"; ba/Lad by I. Croft
"coma to My Heart Ye Fad d Ft .Kett , 6,"
I '" Sweet Good Night''; , by H I '. banks •
"My Beautiful Pearl ;by 11. I'. b.tults ,
"Katy Drew"; song and chorus by 11.p . b._, a4 .
"H ome of My loath"; bateisbng Ly it? . *
"Father,We Watched at the Windex% for "
song and chorus by Keeler ...._...
"Memories of the Past"; by Ntrpb, n , :y14,„ - •
"It seems but tile Other Day ; by J . 1:.
"Years Ago"; by J. R. Thomus..•
"Clark. Ria' no"; song by Holder ..... - •
"Jetsam, !Saviour of Siy Sour; sacred—lsla,
tenor and alto Voices, with chorus:by
"Like Nuah's Weary Dove"; sucrtd
contralto and chorus
"Softly Now the Light of Lay "'; Nlxert ,j—ul ; -
solos .or soprano, tenor, with el4,,ru‘-'.
"13e Joytul in t-e Lord"; by 11. P,
"Cast Thy Burden on tho Lord"; s o n" by Hr '
prano and tenor, by Basford
"Savior, Source:of Every 111 , using' ;
''To Deana". B tint, by flabby '
"it Is a tioo'd 11110 g-to Alive Thanks ; 'suites fv
soprano and bass
"Praise the Lord, 0 My !Soul"; solos lor
no and tenor t
A new Scoool Book, "Nine ti eitnk la
Morning"; by Henry Tucker._ ,
0. J. WILLARD; •
0. J. WII LARD,
Whotextde Agent for the City eau flute of Sri
• York for the celebrat,l
Are strictly spsaklng first class and bare
failed to become the LEADING PIANO Nrce:o.
Cr introduced. Dealers will be bupphed
Lowest Wholesale Mutes amkguanintetdpn,t,
Lion. Large - Illustrated price' list; co, ing
likeness irom photographs, sent to any 5:,1, 4
on application. Address -
O. J. -WILLA PW,
Wholesale Agent 543 Broadway. New
S. D. d H. W. SMITHS
.o. J. Willard, Wholesale Agest.
The Cases are the
LARGEST IN THE MARKET,
New and beautl.ul in design and u - orkinaa,L.7
—are made ,ruin Xlie best of inattrial.
with great care, having a ntooth pipe i 44.
quality of toile, yet deep and thvllow. Are rz.
!shed tu highly polnaled Black Walnut al..
Rosewood I eaee, with dia.11.1.2 bellown, clout,
blow pedals, knee swell, etc. .I.llt4lNe rite
nude stop, with wine/. ill, :ay.t lAauldal eikei
can be produced. Rend for 1111..1r:tied prieelist
giving lull partaculurs. Address
V. J. V;
SV, Broadway, N. Y
3101 LE 18.104.22.168 11E,A.7)2
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humors, atop, the hair from tailing wit, ill.:
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It operates on the secretions laid till., ai
glands with new Pie aud coloring !huhu,
drud, faded or gray hair a all alw.* e bt,
buck, by a fear ai.plicatious, to its
abundance vitality and color.
It Makes the hair suit, gloss), fragrant, .1.
aunt to the touch anu easy to tirmage.
wiry and nano:wide lucks beetAtir laulat,
and disposed to remaiu in ally Lich] reti
An u Hair Pressing it bus nu equal. 'Alit La.n
Inc enormous, and It is a utuversal Fat Urllc`i.;l
old and young of both ;sexes.
Sold by Drug,gista throughout tLe
States. Address all orders to
ZIEL4.E.It 531.1111, Solt Prupriewr.,
107 .tiortli Third St., YiniatirliLl
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Mothers, are you oppressed with anrat,
your little ones? Are our slumber, and Lu
broken by their cries? Do you us sae tc nt
morning unrefreshed and appiela Lisa e lf
procure a bottle 01 Dr. Leon J
and you will hate no more Leas
watching and anxiety.
DS. LEON'S INFANT 111..311:1 6 1"
Ilan stood the test of years. Tbou,oals of ne+•
es and mothers bear witness that it !Ale
to give relief if used in season. It aLL aulai&
sure and speedy cure for eolle,eramr and
and is invaluable for all complaints
Sold by Druggists throughout the rnaa:
States. Address all orders to
ZIEGLER &SMITH, Sole Propr,tas ,
137 North Third at., rialud,lll"-
- 131-1 E
( c 3 ,
AND C AND
Corner or Holland and Sixth Streets
COAL! COAL! COAL!
The place to lay la your WfutiT's ,uvply
Coal la at
Saltsman Co.'s Yards,
At the Corner of Peach and 12th Et 4., amt
corner of Baseafrea and 13t4 sa..
Coal of car kinds constantly on lotud.3ll:'l
Nut, Bituminoum, from $2.50 to-$3.50.
Large Lnmp, - do., tro . in ‘ f 4.51) to AO,
And all other Coals In proportion
lii' Dealers supplied, by the Car •
liberal reduction, oc2l-01