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LATEST- NEWS FROM WASHINGTON
Johnson and Grant in a Flurry!
BIG FISHING FOR THE PRESIDENCY !
But notwithstanding all this, the
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Cheap Dry Goods' Starafir_
EDSON, CHURCHILL & CO.
-The Latest Arrival of the Season I
BUST RECEIVED,. A LARGE STOCK OP
Alpacas---Black, Brown and Drab---Splendid Goods !
pSIMn'gIi'r7VT , MZIM
A Tinge Stock of pelaines,
Vety Handsome Patterns, dierlor to any in Town
THE LARGEST STOCK OF PRINTS IN TOWN,
Consisting of Merrimac, Spragues, Americana, Coeheeoes, and all other popular makes.
That everybody has been calling for and can now be supplied with. They are going like the dew
20,000 Yards" - Cheap Muslin,
We have just received from the Mikz . infaetory
50,000 Yards of Brown Muslins,
That re are willing that our crudinners should carry away, as we have not room for them. Our
„ . cotinters are loaded down with Domestic G 1.
oods,. - mght previous to the
LATE ADVANCE IN THE EASTERN HARRiT I
° Now k the time tdbny, before they go higher.
CALL, Alr7 , riimLlNE g.rciitm OF
Nest door - South of the Post Office,
liar removed to Whittieh's Block, corner of
States and Tenth Streets, Erie, Pa., where he
has opened a
LARGELY INCREASED STOCK
Of Grocerim. Fruits, Vegetables, Provisions
and everything usually kept In a drat-elms
grocery establishment. We are determined not
to he surpassed, DM Invite 01l who want any
thing In our line to call, feeling assured that we
shall be able togive satisfaction both as to qual
ity of good* nna prices. •
Conntr,T Produce Bought and Sold.
We have opened a
titielii - ve oak the attention of those buying
Produce to dispose of, We pledge oarnelven to
secure the highest market price for all art telex
erktrastett to onr care.
,DEALERS IIC DE ADJOINING TOWNR,
• Arid on the thaw of ftal]rosul,
FRUITS, VINIZTILBLEB, ETC
Prices at a large -discount below taiinufactur
en' prices. Every Instrument 'warranted for
Ave year , .
Mao, the beet Sewing Machines constantly
on hand. Every Machine warranted for three
No. 815181.4 w Aral, Erie,
jara-tf. Z. Slirr/l.
OB PROITING of orery kind. In large or
small onantitler.pisinex colond. done in
bertstro, and nt sta pica. at Use
THE L.t.RGEIST STOCK OF
From S to 121:2 Cents.
lick:742lS. RAKER & °STEMMER have this
11 arteltted into their flrni - 31r,ISAAC
thin name from now on vitt be
Raker, Oatheimer & Co.
Erie, March 2, IR&I.
On April Igt Re Wilt remove tante middle
' , Ante In
Empire Block, No. NS State Street,
Twodoors below onr present stand, where we
will open an entire
For the, Spring Trade, at pricer; to snit the
RAKER, OSTREIMER & CO.
Nt=t! BLANKS I—A complete sason.
melt of every kind of Masks needed by
Jaide,_-00ustableit and Ihnincee
Wen, tar aide st the Menne cam
f , b7.0-tf.
NEW STOCK OF GOODS,
Farmers and Others,
ASHES, - lISTSWAX; lIFJCSS, BUTTEI;
CHEESE, EXKIS, FLOtrR AIM MEAL,
FLAX, OCITIOX, FURS AND owng,
DRIED AND GREEN - FRXIM,
GRAIN, Wan, *tar
TRY: NAVAL )inittEs.'
'HOPS% - 9INGSM6,
OALB, LARD," •
SOROMTSS. N . C:NOk gie,l
•eva, 44 out 44e weathettait.,
DIEW YORE CITY,
• 'Androoeivo Ais weekly Prfoe Carrera of Pro•
dummy& filfooorlea, the most otonplato price
Ciltrept Patelistied Watt United StAtes.
SEND FOR ArPRICE CTRRENT
Ifarldng Plates and Cards Purittalted Free
Liberal Advances Made on Consignments.
ESTABLIAITED MAY 1, MO
First elns4 references given when required.
LATEST & BEST !
Button Hole, Overseamlng
Is warranted to execute in the best man
ner evert" variety of Sewing_, .11emming,
Felling,tording, Tucking, Braiding, Gatti.
ering, Overseaming, Embroider , .
Ins on the edge, and in addition makes
beautiful Button and Eyelet Holes in all
IT HAS NO EQITA:L. 7,
Being absolutely the best
In the World, and Intrinsically the Cheap
est, for it la two Machines combined in one
by a simple and beautiful mechanical ar
Circulars with full particulars arid yam•
glio on f
irpopricicadotinoen at uii thettiis machine, can be
SALPM-ROOMS OF THE, COMPANY,
' Instructions giVCI3 on the Mullins) gra
tultonsly to nit purchasers.
To Sell thls Machine
C. IL 4initsbury,
425 State Street St., Erie,
Agent for Erie, Warren and Crawford
Bay State Iron Works !
NOBLE Rc HALL,
Founders, Machinists and Boil
Works Corner Peach and 84 ins., Eris, Pa.
Flaying made extensive additions to our ma
chinery, la - e are prepared to fill all orders
Stationery, Marine and Portable Engines,
Of all sites, either with single or cut-off 'valyea
STIL LS, SAW ,
S, ETC.ILL WORK, BOIL
Also, ell kinds - of Heavy and "Light Casting.
Particular attention given to Building and Ma
FOR SALE.—.Stearn's Circular Mill Rigs and
Head Blocks, which are the best In nse. John
son's Rotary Pumps, Gas Pipe and Fittings,
Brass Goods, Babbitt Metal, etc.
Jobbing solicited at minced prices. All work
warranted. Our motto is, -
017STOKBES XIJEIT DE SUITED.
We ere bound to sell as low as the lowest.—
Please call and examine.
LOW PRICED AND GOOD.
THE EMERSON PIANO !I
To meet the wants of the great number of
persons who desire to possess a Piano but iki
not feel able to go to the expense of the costli
est nuke, and yet have only a good substantial
one. They are most substantially built,On the
soundest acoustic principles, the wood is the
best quality, properly seasoned; the tune rich
and powertul; they stand well in tone and wear
—well in every particular. This I know from
actual experience.- All personadesiring
A GOOD PIANO!'
Should examine the "Emerson" helm e purehas -
Mg any other kind,
Liberal discount to clergymen, teachers, and
cash customers. For sale at
S. R. WEIGEL'S. PIANO WARE•ROONS,
Ibl4 STATE STREET,
tu WIT t r. TIG'S BLOCK, SOMA PION7SUI.
No. 1224 State St.
' Particular attention given to the introduction
of Water, Steam and Gee Pipes into Hotels,
Stores and Dwelling Houses; also, the fitting
up of Copper Heaters,__Sath Tu Showers,
Vi ash Stands and other Work, by ei bs,
workmen and on reasonable terms.
constantly on band and for sale a full line of
Plumber's Materhits, °tipper Heaters Bath
Tubs, Water Closets, Mash Bastns, Seowers,
Pumps, Brass Wor Wrought Iron (Wand
Water Pipe, Clairen
.fi.d. Water Pipe Iron Fit
Also, a large stock or Gas Fixtures, Mande.
llers, Pendants Brackets, Hall Lights, Drop
Ligb es,ts, Stand
I ?hts, Clpr Lighters, Shades,
Glo Rubber sae, etc.
Sir Orders from the country promptly attend
ed to. • -
GEO. L. 111711 BARD,
febZ-3m. • Proprietor.
J. W. TAYLOR,
NAVY, BRYN ROLLS, Bs, 10s,
- AndaU the other brands of
1r 0 IS A C C 0
NO. CA PENN STREET.
spllll7-7. ' PITTSBIII3OII.. PA.
tII 0.f.N0 iM•1010
S.A.IISAGE S T UFFER'I3I
Of the best kftei at
Great Broad GatigeDoiableTrack Route to
and the New England Cities. ,
This Railway extends from Ihinkilt to New
York, 40a miles. Buffalo to New York, 423 mile&
Salamanca to NewYork,llsmUes. And is from
33 to MILES THE SHORTEST ROUTE. AU
trains run directly through to New York, Oa
MILES ! without change of coaches.
From and after Nov. S., 1867 trains will leave,
in connection with all the Western Lines as
follows: From DUNKIRK and SALAMANCA
—by New York time—from Union Depots:
7:30 A. M., Express Mall. trod Dunkirk daily
(except Sundays). , Stops at Salamanca at
MOO A. M., and connects at HonleUsville
and Corning with the A. M. Mt - press Mail
from Buffalo and arrives in New York at 7
- A. M.
235 P. M., Lightning Express, Irofti Selamanea
daily (except Sundays). Stops at Hornell".
culla P. (Supper), intersecting with
the 2.3)P. M. train from Buffalo, and arrives
in New York at 7 A. 11.
4:15 P. M. New York Night E x tees, from Dun
kirk daily (except Sundays Stops at Sala
manca at ec4o P. 31., and yes InNewYork
at 1230 P. M., connecting with afternoon
- trains and steamers for Beaton and New
9do P. M. Cincinnati F.xpreaa, from Dunkirk,
(Sundays excepted). Stops at Salamanca
15, P. M., and connects at Hornellsville
with the 11:11)P.' M. Train from Buffalo, unt
ying in New York 215, P. Ni.
From Buffalo—by New York time--from Depot
corner Exchange and Michigan Sta.:
.145 A. M., New York - DaY ExPress. dagY_ (1 16 °P.t
Sundays). Arrives in 'New York at ism M.
Connects at Great • Bend with Delaware,
Lackawanna & Western Railroad. and at
Jersey City with midnight express train for
Philadelphia, Baltimore and Waallihroh•
OM A. M.,Express Mall,via. Avon sod Hornell*.
ville, daily (except Sunday). Ordives in New
York. at 7:00 A. M.
220. P. M., Lightning Express, daily (except Sun
-day), connecting with morning express
train tort Boston and New Eltliusd Mies.
Arrives in New York at 7:O1 A.
8:10 P. M., New York Night Express, daily. Con
necta at Hornelleville with the kLSP.M. train
from Dunkirk, and arrites in'NeW York at
12:30 P. M.
11:9:1 P. M., Cincinnati Express. daily (except
Sundays). Arrives La New York at &fiSP.
Connects at Elmira with Northern Central
• Rallway,for WURamsport,liarristmrg, Phil
adelphia, Baltimore and Washington; at
- Great-Bead with Delaware, 'Lackawanna &
Western Railroad, and at New York with
afternoon trains and steamers for Boston
and New England cities.
Only one train East on Sunday, leaving Buffa
lo at 610 P. M., and reaching New York at it.:*
P. M. in advance of all other routes.
Boston and New England passengers, with
their baggage, are trans-erred, tree of
The best Ventilated and most Luxurious
Sleeping-oms in the World aceompanyall night
trains on this Hallway.
Baggage checked through and fare always as
low ashy any other route.
ASK FOR TICKETS VIA. ERIE RAILWAY,
which can be obtained at alitaincipal ticket a
gree-in the West andiioutb. est.
IL RIDDLE, R. B
Getel Bup't. Gen'i 'gag%
Cor. of Penn and St. Clair Streets,
The Largest, Cheapest and most Successful
Practical Bodiless College
Fifteen Thousand Students
From Thirty • Three Motel' in Ten Years.
FOR LARGE QUARTO CIRCULAR,
Containing full information, Outline of Course
of Study, samples of Cowley's
View of the College Building, different De-
Fi a irglvi , g _ z y of Pittsburgh, etc., ete., address
ERIIill MARBLE WOIIIC.S.
No. 1018 Peach Street, betereeir 10th and
•11th, Erie, Pa.
Monuments. Tombstones, Marble and
Slate Mantles, &e.
I have on hand a large assortment of monu
ments and headstones of various odyies, In
American and Italian marble, and a corps of
the best workmen in the state. All orders will
be promptly attended to and satisfaction guar
anteed. Sfy work Is warranted unsurpassed,
and I cannot be undersold by auy one. Orders
and trixpoct ton of stock and prices solicited.
An Independent. Newspaper, political
and general. Riving all the News In a freah, rea l.
able, attractive manner. condensed so that a
business man can find time to resit the whole.
Charles A. Dana, Editor and !tanager. Price Ile
a year, 1111.0 for trove months
Prepared with great care for country subscri
bers. Political news thoroughly condensed.
Farmers' Club fully reported. Market,' awn
rately given. Horticultural and Agricultural
Department edited by Andrew &Fuller. Great
variety of interesting tutscellantons reading,
making ft a nrst-rate GENERAL FAMILY
NEWSPAPER. Those who wish for a thor
oughly Tellable paper for the pending most Itn
portant Presidential Campaign, will find THE
WEEKLY SUN exactly what they need. Price,
Al a year; Pi copies to one address, 617 ; 50 ooPten
to one address, $37,50; Kemple.; to one address
TEE 132:311-WERICZY: EOM.
NOBLE & HALL
tame size and Character as the Weekly, but
fun fishing twice as much reading mat ter, and
giving - the news with greater Mahness. Weal
pains will also be taken in making up the polit
ical news of the day for this paper, so that the
reader, whatever be his will find the
NE:tit-WEEKLY' sitlN to be an accurate and
comprehensive compendium-of political infor
mation: In fact, we mean that thisshall be
the most valuable campaign paper in the coun
try. Price, kl a year; 10 copies to one address,
sic; :P .copies to one address, 833; a) copies to
one iv:hire/us, always in advance. Address,
mylknw. Tllt SUN, New York City.
PRILADELPHLA & ERIE RAIL ROAD. 1 -_-
] • ,e;
Through and Direct Route between Philadel
phia, Baltimore, Harrisburg; Williams- Dealer in. Furniture , 1 7
Port. and the . . - •
GREAT OIL REGION ' Having_purchaaed the entire stock of Furni
ture of Messrs. Moore & Riblet, I respectfully
OF PENNSYLVANIA. . ask my old customers and the public generally
to give me a call at the old stand,
ELEGANT BLEEPING CARS ,
NO. 715 STATE STREET, -,
On all Night Trains. . , •
and after MONDAY. Rat , . with 1867, the' e
• . •
Before purchasing_ elsewhere.
ere I have a serge
- trains on the Philadelphia & Erie Railroad
w run as follows : ' I Parlor, Chamber and Bed Boom Sete 1
WESTWARD. ' -
Mall Train leaves Philadelphia at 11:1.1 p.m. and i ~,.-- f- 7, Auto, •
arrives at Erie at WO p. tn. -
Erie Express leaves Philadelphia at 12-03 m., and
arrives at Erie at *l5 a. tn. BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS, TABLES,
Warren- Accommodation leaves Warren at 1255
- P. in. Corry at WO p. m., and arrives at Erie WARDROBES, DESKS,
at Cep. In. - .
EASTWARD. - - 1 And, in fact everything in the line of AN:mature.
Mail Train Leaves Erie atter. a. in., and azrivea • I am. Prepared la Innindaante to order Aar st.Liti
at Philadelphia at itsiia. M. -:that may be called for. Remember, no. ns
Erie Express leavei Erie at 4:25. p. n o., and az , 'Mee street, east side, between Seventh and
' rives at Philadelphia at boo p. an.. Eighth streets.
Warren Accommodation leaves Erie at Ikea a. apirdri-tf. JOHN W. AYRES.
in., Cony at 9:16 a. in., and arrives at Warren
at MIS a. In.
Mail and Express connect with all trains on
the Warren & Franklin Railway.'
leaving Philadelpfilant itrotn,arrive, P =
ton at 010 a. in., and Oil City at *5O a. In.
' Leaving Philadelphia at 11:I5 p. in., arrive at
Oil City at t4clp. m.
All trains on the Warren & Franklin Railway
make close connections at 011 City with trains
for Franklin and Petroleum Centre. BAGGAGE
Peach Street, above the Buffalo Road,
HENRY, 1311.1rANT dr. CO..
PARLOR, COOK AND OFFICE STOVES, '• PEANO•P`4:34Ft.TES !: ' •
TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE, I weasooons, 97 =CM EirtISZT.
THE ' CELEBRATED CURTIS now! I These Pianos are recommended by the most
; eminentjudges,aa are, for power, fullnexa,elas.
And all kinds of Iron Castings. , Unity of touch and durabilby, unsurpassed by
Every Stove sold by us le - Warranted to atm ! any piano@ made irk this country.
satisfaction. Kettles, Slel,gll Shoes, Sad iron& ' GUARANTEED - FOR FIVE TRAMS.
itc., onband and manunietniaorder. Plows i
and Plow Points of superior and durablil. ' Illustrated C atalogue and Price List sent by
ty ge on band. A tall! hdr trial of ' malt on aPPlloolliP l - febire/ 6 17.
our ar ticles is all we ask. . -_
mr2813-tf. HENRY. BRYANT * - DO: I For Rent 4,
- . I ntE ELEGANT STOKE BOOM now occupied
OD PRIMING of every kind, In large or by O. W. Oosdriel&NO. Chlinateatrestorth
small quantities , plata or colored. done In for rent horn April Ist, Bent IMll atu l a n a irlre
best style, and at, modsratiViretoes. at tits of INA 4.
oft% mait,-44 • • -
IN THE UNITED STATES.
egiElrl'll tic eOW-I.4E"Y,
31. A. DIJNNINO,
The New York Son,
TEE WEEKLY SUN.
WINTER TIME TABLE.
J. EICHENLAIIB &
MANFRACTIMERS OP „-
BOOTS &. SHOES !
No. 63P3 State Street.
We have Just finished, and prepared for pub
lic inspection, arnammoth stock of Boota,Shoes,
Gaiters, Rubbers, etc., embracing every descrip
tion and variety of kinds. and which for style,
maand finish cannot be surpassed In the
rket_all of which axe offered at late reduced
Yates. We Rho pay especial and strict atten-.
Goa to •
CUSTOM WORE :
Pm which the finest collection of Leathers are
kept on hand, and every facility is secured ibr
aooommodating customers promptly and in a
style to render perfect satisfaction. Particular
attention is also directed to our
ri 3 1 ;f. KM )i V,l: 1 ‘ 0,, Na I
No. 8 West Seventh etzeot,
Where we manufasture at Wholesale, Men's
Boys', lanes% Misses` and - Children's Boots,
Shoes, Gaiters, etc., of every variety and kind.
Having lately enlarged our manufactory by the
addition of new bulldl4o and improved ma
chinery, we are prepared to supply the Trade
on short notice and at the loweitmarketprifts.
Adjoining this department are connected our
M r I I
Embracing French; German and American
Calf Skins, of best and varied brands, Slaughter
and Spanish Sole Leather, French and Ameri
can Roans of all colors and prices.
With our Increased facilities .we can sell as
low as any Eastern manufacturer, and make to
order any kind of work wanting by the Trade.
Thankful for the past liberal patronage of the
public, we respec tful ly solicit tr continuance of
the same. r
se26-tf. J. EICRENL&EB & CO.
CHEAP CASH STORE.
A.. NUI N .0- ,•
• Cc; n• of Bth and Vitiate Sts.,
Groceries and Provisions.
Wood, Willow and Stone Ware,
Mid everything that is renudly kept in a First
Class Family Grocery.
ALL GOODS SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH.
The best brands of
Always on Hand. Call and examine prices.
Sir Goods delivered free In any part of too
City or South We,
HE UNDERSIGNED having purchased the
well known• Livery Stand heretofore Deco-
Frien i es a n dd the
basinms, and invites their patronage . n
THE 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 so to conduct the east).
Ilshment as to give satisfaction. Those who
want toobtain the services of a good testa will
dud me ready at all times to acconntedate them
at reasonable prices.
Recollect the place, Stetrett's Old Stand, Fifth
street, rear of the Reed House.
perM-tf. THOS. LENNON.
GERMAN SAYINGS INSTITUTION,
Corner Eighth and State Sts.,
JULVA . I II •
This Institution i• now open for the transac
Orrice DOVES: 9A.M.t04
I. SATURDAYS : A. DC to 8 P. IC
Rix Per Gant. Interest erdl be Given try Mg
tootitatiOn to Itellolar Derpintitont. ,
J. Eichenlanb, P. A. Becker, P. P. Liebe],
F. Schneider, John Geratheliner.
John Gensbelmer,.... • President.
Matthew Schlaudecker, :...._.._.. .... Treasurer. —
F. Schneider,. .... Secretary.
James P. Crook, having taken in his scin, Jas.
E., as a partner, on the Ist dap of April, lian, un
der the firm name of James P. Crook dk lion, de
aim to have a sentiment of his old accounts.
All persons knowing themselves Indebted to
him are.requested to call and settle without de-
JAMES P. CROOK & SON,
Dealers in _
ROUGH "•S; PLANED LUMBER,
. And • Liannfactnrers of •
WINDOW SASH, FRAMES, DOORS & BLINDS.
Mouldings and Picket Fenix, Scroll Sawing,
Matching and Pinning done to order.
Shop on Peach St.,
Between Fourth and Fifth Sta., Erie, 1%.
We respectfully call the attention of the pub
lic to our facilities for doing work in the best of
proraptlyandon reasonable terms.' Hav
ing fitted up entirely new shops. with auperior
machinery, we feel confident of giVing satisfac
tion. Orders front 'abroad will receive primp!
mydalg-tf. .f/afFii P. elms 4r., SON.
National Claim - Agency !
Mee In Farrar Hall Hull2llng, Erie, Pa.
~c•A A 01 Di :lUD 46.0
All claimants forextra bounty allowed by late
seta of Congress can have the same promptly
collected by sending_ their diecharges-to ma, the
receipt of which wilt be promptly aeknowledg
ed and instructions returned.
INCREASE OF PENSIONS.
$l5 per month for the total loss month of either
leg or arm, Instead of $l. $2 per !tor each
miner child of, deceased soldiers or seamen.
Also, other Increases.
ADDITIONAL FOIL VOL. OFFICER/3ot U. B. A.
Three months pay proper for all In service
March ad, and dischanred after April
Utah= for arrears of pay, and pensions, and
bounty, promptly collected. Unequalled Cada t
ithe for closing and completing elms. Allow
ance to prisoners of war collected. Only agency
in North-Western Pennsylvania where years of
experience in the U.B: 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. Otßce in Farrar
Mil Building. Address
B. TODD PE1 , 11,8 4 1",
Lock Box 101. Erie, Pa.
.T. W. A.IrIrIES,
Ulmlaude and Itetatt
LOVIS Mier; CO : ,,
FIRST-CLASS , AGRAFFE OVEBSTRUNG
DWG% MEDICINES, FANCY GOOD%
PERFUMER/ TOILgr SOAPS,
HAIR- 0 1 L ,
BRUSHES; - COLOGNE,
Linseed 011-14Tarpentlam all , Varnish, Ilydrome
tens of Ylnfla,
PAT 'T ICELDICTNI3B,
PURR . LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES,
London Porter and Scotch Ale
Prescriptlenscareftally dispensed. Annelidse
sold by me are warranted to be preelseli as rep
resented. No trouble to show goods. Remem
ber the name and place,
BARNUM, 281.7 Peach Street,
.aprlV67-Iy. - South of the Depot.
Important Notice. '
FAIUTINW STATION. Sept. le, INt7.
The Subscriber would respectfully inform the
Farmers of Fairview and vicinity, that be is
prepared to pay
THE HIGHFST MARKET PRICE
for all kinds of Farm Produce delivered at
Fairview Station. Also, keeps on hand for
BITITMINOKS AND ANTHRACITE COAL.
as cheap as can be had elsewhere. Also, has
the agency of Hangood, Young & Co:a Superior
Cant tee Plowa,Shikey_Cultivatore, Wallace &
Jones' Self-Dumping Wheel Hay Rake, &c.
And has a superior lot of March fall blood and
grade , •
SUFFOLK AND CHESTER WHITE PIGS!
Having associated with me on the hit &Janua
ry Andrew Mayer. In the
BOOT & • SHOE BUSINESS,
The firm will be known as C. Englehaxt a Co.,
and the business will be carried on as hereto.
fore at No. 19 West Park, - Erie,
Buy Silver Tipped Shoes for your children. A
majority of the children wear holes in the toes
of their shoes in a very few days ;•then the shoes
are soon worthless, and a new pair must be
bought. The only way to prevent this great
waste of money is to buy shoes protected by sil
ver tips. They never wear out at the 'toe, and
make a pair of shoes last three times as long as
without Tips. Leather Cape have been worn to
some extent, but they have proved worthless.
Silver Tips have a neat and substantial appear•
aric and do sway entirely with the disagree
able sight of dirty stockings and protruding
toes. We have constantly on hand the only at
of Silver Tipp Shoes to be found 1111
the city, Including flue Sewed shoes,Balruorals.
Youths' Boots, de., which we offer, together with
a large and fashionable assortment of Ladles'
and Bents' Fine and Heavy goods, at the lowest
mrl4ll7.tf. _C. ENBLEHART•d CO. •
Keystone National Bank,-
ov. - ERIE.
CAPITAL .$250 9 000.
Belden Mervin, .lobn W. Hal 1 Elam Marvin,
Beater Town, 0. Noble. •
ORANGE NOME, Prest. .INO. Cash.
The above bank is nOviAng business in ita
CORNER OF STATE AND MOM STS.
Satisfactory paper discounted.. • Money re
ceived qtt deposit. Collections m ade and pro
ceeds Amounted for with In olll l 3 Stieus. Drafts,
Specie and•Bank"Notes boughs and sold. A.
share of public patronage solicited,
Erie & Pittsburgh Railroad.
rNiN AND AtTr.l4. MONDAY, 'NOVEMBER
X./ M. 1807, trains wll.l run on this road as fol
. . _
I0t(4 A. M., Pittsburgh Express, stops at all sta
tions, and arrives at A. dr G. W. R. R. Trans
fer at /AO D. m., at New Castle at WO p. m.,
and at Pittsburgh at 6:00 p. m.'
&OOP. M., Accommodation; arrives at James
town at 0:00 p. m.
WI A. M., Accommodation froin Jamestowm
arrives at A. &G. W. R. It. Transfer at &35
a. in.., at New Castle at 7:00 a. m., and Pitts
. Margin at 10:01a. ta.
LEAVE Pit NEIVEGIT—NORTFIRARIL
0: 0 0 A. M., Elle Express, leaves New Castle at
8:15 a. in., A. & U. W, It. It. Transfer at 10:10
a. m., malting close connection with trains
for Buffalo and Niagara Falls,and arrives at
Erie at 1:30 m.
4s) P. M., Night Express, leaves New Castle
at 7:25 p. m., & CI. W. R. R. Transfer atS:45
p. m. Jatnostown at p. m. and arrives
at Erie at ltls, a. m.
Pittsburgh Express south connects at James
town at 12:40 p.m. with J. & F. Express, arriving
at Franklin at tai p. m., and 011 City at 3:40 p.
m. Connects at Transfer at 1:40 p. in., with A.
(.4. W. Malt west, for Warren, Ravena and
Erie Express north connects at A. & O. W.
Transfer at 10:10 a: in., with Mall east for Mead
ville and Jamestown, and at Jamestown with
& F. Express for Franklin, arriving at Frank
lin at t 35 p. al., and 011 City at 3:40 p. m.
Trains connect at Rochester with trains for
Wheeling and all points in West Virginia, and
at Pittsburgh connections for Philadelphia,
Harrisburg, Baltimore and Washington, via
Erie Express north connects at Girard with
Cleveland & Erie trains westward for Cleveland,
Chime and all points in the West I at Erie with
Philadelphia & e Railroad for Carry, Warren,
Irvineton, Titiloute; 4c., and with Budalo a Erie
Railroad for &Milo. DunkirkNiarara Falls
and New York City. J. J.
Slaving pureluuted the Interest of the Meagre.
Vtneents In the
14) AN am oars psalm sz1:1
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,
and reliable at he will - at an times try to
Anour i ireed and Grain
At the lowest price for cash In hand. From my
long experience In this branch of the trade, I
trust I know what the public demand, and that
lam prepared to meet that want.
Returning my thanks to the public for their
liberal patronage to rise In the peat, I hope by
strict. attention to my business and Melt - wants,
tomuerit a continuance of their patronage lathe
TEE KILLING, FLOUR, 'FEED,
AND GRALN BIJSDIESB,
Will be continued, in all its departments, at the
ERIE MILLS, PARADE STREET,
and the Store,
AST PA.IZEK. ROW,
Between Brown`x Hotel and Reed Hone,
Where the public will finds good shtick always
for sale, with competent and polite men on
hand to supply their wants,
- ap=B7-Iy. IS. B. HAVERSTICK.
Blank Book - Manufactory !
We would reapectitally announce to the public
that we have opened a
and aro prepared to do work in any branch of
Of an kinds, on hand and made to order, and
rated ft, any pattern desired.
MAGAZINES AND OLD BOOKS,
Bound and repaired In the beat stile.
Keystone Bth BanlASae, Owner State and
Sth Streets, Pa.
ahs-tm E. Pd. COLS & SON..
LARKS t ' BLAIMS I— A complete assortß
meat of every kind of Blanks needed by
Attorneys, Justices, Constables and Business
Men for side at the °Wryer oftlee.
en PRINTING at every kind, in jams In
style quentlUes, or oolored, do In
bad , endast. plan
moderste Wee; at ne
Hoop Skirt & Corset Depot!
New York Hoop Skirt Haanfactory,
• 1008 15TA.T.V.03.1".
Neat, Light, Eai
NATHAN COHEN Tea' peetfully informs the
ladles of Erie and surrounding, country that
he has on hand a large assortment of Hoop
Skirts, of all nixes andantes, of .hia own make,
and manufactured of the best flexible steel and
material, which he will guarantee equal to any
in the market. Having had considerable expe
rience In the business, lie - is -Confident of his
ability to give entire satisfaction to all those
who nuty favor him with a call. It any or his
make Will break within one year, they will be
repaired, am! no charges made.
Old Skirts repaired, altered and shaped as
new. New Skirts made to order at the shortest
notice. A splendid and large stock of all kinds
of Corset. and Corset Reeks-constantly kept on
hand. Country merchants supplied at the very
lowest rates. NATHAN COHEN,
ja2-tf.. No. 1003 State street, Erie, Pa.
Autttorized Capital $500,000.
CAPITAL PAID IN g 330,000.
THE SECOND NATIONAL BANE
opened for business on
MONDAY, DECEMBER 12TH, 1861,
In the banking °Moe previously occupied by the
Merchant's Rank, Brown's Building, north-east
corner of State street and public Park.
WM. L. SCOTT, Prod. Wit, C. CURRY, Cash.
WM. L. SCOTT, of firm of J. Hearn & Co., Coal
Josi. WCARTER, of firm of Belden, Bliss de
GEO. J. MORTON, Coal Dealer.
W. S. BROWN, Agent Bonin & Erie R. R.
JOHN C. BURGLIIH, °Hiroo of Clemens,Caugh
,. & Bumas, Wholesale Grocers.
0. E. CMUCH,of firm of Crouch& Bro., Flour
M. R. BARR, of firm of Barr, Johnson &Sea
. , Stove Manufacturers,
F. F. FARRAR, of firm of Gray & Farrar,
J. BREISIGAKER, Grocer.
ERIE CITY IRON WORKS,
The Bradley Engine
A New Cbmponnd or
Double Cylindeig Engine,
USES TEES wrm,Aar-r wicm.
And is Warranted to give
MIT TO ONE HUNDRED FEB CENT.
More power than a Single C.llnder Engine
wing the tame amount of steam.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS!
OP ALL STYLES
OIL , STILILS AND TANKS !
Of all Deserlptlons
For the Holidays !
Silver Plated Ware!
The largest assortment In town, at prices that
' DEFY COMPETITION !
Do not fail to call On
' MANN Or., PISIIIMEt,
No. 2 Reed Block.
Two doom East of main entrance.
A new and well selected stock of
Stoves, Tin, Japanned, Brittatda and
CISTERN AND WELL PUMPS,
How Furnishing Goods Generally.
PATTERSON & AVERY.
SCI French St., Erie, Pa
We also have a large and well arranged shop,
with all the modern improvements for manu
facturing tin ware of every description, and
with a corps of competent workmen, under the
supervision of !dr. C. Avery (who has had many
years experience in city work). We are fully-pre
pared to do job work of all kinds with neatness
and dispatch. Are well posted insetting hot air
furnaces, roofing, etc. Call and see us and ex
amine our stock., mbl9'6B-Iy.
'VHF:CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing
between the undemigned in the Planing
Mill, Door, Sash and Blind bus iness, under the
firm name of Jacob Boots & co., 'was dissolved
by mutual consent on the 21st day of June, ISI7.
The business will be continued by Jacob Boots,
Who isauthorized to settle all the accounts of
the late firm. JACOB BOOT?
The undersigned, Intending to continue the
above business, at the old stand, west side of
Peach, between 12th and 12th streets, desires to
esti the attention Of the public to his facilities
for supplying them with anything in his line.
Lumber planed to order, and scroll sawing of
all kinds done. Bash, Doors end Blinds furn
ished to order. All kinds of Lumber on hand,
together with Shingles and Lath. In fact, eve.
lyihing that is usually dealt Fn or done at first
clans establishments of the kind. Thankful for
Dart kind favors, I respectfully- solicit a con
tinuance of the same.
V. A. 1171E13E11. & CO.,
Country Produce, Groceries, Frothloin,
WENES, LIQUORS, SWABS,
Tobacco, Crockery Ware, Fruits, Nuts, 4c.,
No. 614:State street,
West aide, between Bth and 9th Streets, Erie, Pa.
Cash paid for country produce.
F. A. WEBER. ra3 , 2441. W. ERHART.
14. H. cirv.v.A.xamn,
DESIGNER & DECORATIVE ARTIST !
Neatest, (Thespesk_and Best Miro Painting West
of New York City. • •
littlelors, liitslls, Churehess, ac.,
Premed to the neatest style of the art.
General Designing. Drafting of Models for the
Patent,Office and every description of Orna
mental Painting enecuted promptly. Boomain
Farrar Hsu . No. 8 , second floor • Illare-t&
Tk. , IIIIA.CCO AND CIGARS.
The plate to get a choke article of Tobacco,
Snuff and agate is at
11. WS 1818 IMAGE ST.,
South otthe Unlon Depot.
• Always on hand, a good assortment of the
same articles of every grade, wholesale and [a tall. Also, Pipes, Pouches, 'lazes and Smokers'
Articles of every description. Please ihvor me
with a call. Don't forget tha place,mrl MS Pea
THE LATEST PUBLISRED
sent to any Alittreful dd tem on
tn Receipt_ of Price by
O. 3. WILLARD,
No. 543 Broadway, New York.
I Couldn't How tro ut
song by Hopkins
"Cross Ober Jordan','• by Dan liornett
"Kiss Me as of Old, Mother"; song .
"Thinking of Old Friends"; by 14, F.
win.-- ............................... -
"Waiting ............................ ... ...
"Stars of Promise"; hal ad by Babcock....
"Pletunint.Mernorle , ‘"; by Thomas.. • - 7,
"There's a Knocking tit the Doer or sty
comic song by Watson__ ................ •
"Leavoi.that Leonia Spring' •oy it, T i ,„„ ii
"A Sweet Brier Rose Is My 'Mottle": sou l , t y
"Angel of Beauty". by IL I'. Banks_
"Cottage Itose"; song by Keeler— ..........
.41neezinx Song": by Howard 1' ,
"in this Beautiful Land of My Dreams"; sung
"Meet Me, Darling, 011 To-nigh t";. .
"Write Me along of My Father; iient:'
"I Could Not HOP but istay";: ...... . .............
"I'm Unger/by; at the Garden Cate"; .......
"Friends We Loved In Former Ye...rs"; ,! 5
tt e IlealioW"; ballad by H. .. .
"Come to My Heart Ye Faded .....
"hweet Dyad Njgbr; by IL P.
"My Beautiful Pearl"; by H. P. Dank?!
"Katy Drew"; Wog and chorus by 11. P. Dank=
"Home of • 31y Youth"; bass song by 11.
"Father,We Watched at the Window fur You";
song and chorus by Keeler.:.
"Menai:ROW of the Past"; by mermen
"It 'seems but ttieLOther Day'"; by J. It, ThuneZe
"Years '..lito"L by J. R. Th0ma5 ..........
"Clara Rene ; aring_by Holdfr
"Jeans, iktvlntaslif my Soul"; sacree--eopruno,
tenor and alto voice's, with chorus, by lc, y .
"Like Noah's Weary Dove"; sacred—soprano,
contralto and chorus
"Softly Now the Light of DaY"tiAncted—With
solo b or suer ono, tenor, with dhorwi..,,,
"Be Joyful in t..e Lord"; by IL P. Dunks ?„7,
"Cast Thy Burden on the Lord"; bolos 1 , 11 so
- prano and tenor, by Bastard' .....
"Savior, Source of. Every Blessing";.. .
''re 'Mum"' II flat, by Danlsy it
"It is a (load Thing to Give Thanks"; holeh p ) r
soprano and bass •
"Praise the Lord,T) My Soul"; solos tor .ept
no and tenor..._
A new Scowl Book, "Nine o'clock in the y
Morning' ; by Henry Tucker
0. J. WILLARD,
No. 543 Broadway, N.Y.
(0. , . 1. .WM144.1113,
Wholesale Agent for the City ana State of Seri
York for - the celebrated
Are strictly speaking, first elan and have tot
failed to become the LBADII,O3 PIANO where..
er Introduced. Dealers will be supplied at the
Lowest Wholesale Rates and guaranteed protee
Lion. Large illustrated price list,, giviag correct
likeness front photographs, sent'to any addrro
on application. Address
0. J. WILLARD,
Wholesale Agent &13 Broadway, Now York.
S. D. 4 H. W. SMITH'S
0. J. Willard, Wholesale Agent.
New and beauttul in design and a orkmanshlp
—are made ,rom the bet 11l material. Voiced
with great care, having a smooth pipe organ
quality of tone, yet detm and melba. Are tin.
!sated la high.y ihilshed Black Walnut and
ftessewood Cases, with double bellow., double
blow pedals, ithee swells, etc. .111 bai e the tr.-
mole, atop, with which Inc most heuuutui eneets
can be produced. - Send for illustrated price Lint,
giving toil particulars. Address
0. J. WILLA.III.,
.54.1 Brouttway, N.
NO MORE URA] LOCKS.
Dr. 'Leon's Electric Hair Renewer
Is pronounced by all who have used it the
very best preparation for the hair. It is a pat•
Use cure nor baldness, eradicates daildrut and
humors, stops the halt Item
speedily reeWres gray loeka to their origuau Leo
IL operates on the secretions and Dills tke
glands with new lite and coloring matter. 'Dux
farad, laded or gray hair will UM b hrucita
back, by a few applications, to its ) usual(
abundance, vitality and color.
It makes the hair emit, showy, fragrant, plea•
aunt to the touch and easy to arrange. Pty.
wiry and intractable locks betzine mutat, phut
and disposed to remain in any desired NMI=
Asa Liam Dressing it has no equal. 'I ire said
are enormous, ancl IL is a universal favorttesrat
old and young of both sexes. ,
hold by Druggists throughout the Unitel
States. Address all orders to
- - . -
ZIEGLER t 1131.1T11, Sole Proprietors,
131 North Third kit., Philadelphia.
Mothers. are yon oppressed with anxiety for
',our little ones? Are your slumbers and brans
broken by their cries ? Do you awake in the
Morning unrefreshed and apprebenstse? U so,
procure a bottle or Dr. Levies imam I r t.tut,ty,
and you will have no more - Weary tiouni oZ
watching and anxiety.
DR. LEON'S INFANT REMEDY
Haa stood the test of yearn. Thousands of Burs•
ea and mothers bear witness that it DeN er Wl+
to give relief if used lu stason. It is a wild,) et
sure and speedy cure for colic,cramps and pains,
and is invaluable for all complaints intsuour ro
Sold by Druggists throughout the tolled
States. Address all orders to
ZIEGLER et SMITH, Sole Proprietors,
137 North Third St., klitbAdelplua.
Saves time, labor and Money—makes Wash•
lag a pastime and Monday a Fe , ttval. Sold
everywhere. Try it. Address all orders to the
ZIEGLER & SMITH, Sole Proprietor',
137 North Third St., Pluladolphlik
)lAwurAm OP man
4ND ca Ikl°\
Corner of Holland and Sixth Streets,
COAL ! COAL ! COAL !
The place to Lay in your Winter's suppli d
at _ •
Saltsman & o.'s Yards,
At the Corner of Peach nd 12th Sta., and at at
corner of Mazza and 13th Sta.
; • ,
I I 4
Coal of all kinds constantly on hand, at to
...... r_ .
Nut, Bituminous, from VISO to 411.6 0,
Large Lump, do., from $4.50 to 0. 5 "
And all other Coals in proportion.
rednellem sumnat by the O
ar load , a t i
." VOSE r
The Cases are.tho
LARGEST IN THE MAID ET,
GOOD NEWS FOR MOTHER)
SILVER'S WASH POWDER:
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