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The Noble Block Dry 'tool` Sore
GREAT AND GRAND OPENING OF
SPRING AND SITIXER DIRESS• WO*
0100.000 Worth of Now and IDealralhat4 Pattiprna,
FiIT Ladle. Find 5114. -tea, inrial,4li4. 14a1-01
Summer Silks, Russett Mixtures, Chene Poplins, Pequas,
°DANDIES, LAWNS, MARSAILLES, WHITE AND PLAIN BUFF.
WHITE GOODS, AND GREAT VARIETY !
NATNSOCifig. JACONEITS, RWISSES4, Lrlr
Marna,lles Quill& from 142.50 and lfpnard4,
We keep nil kinds of goods usually walled fordo a lirst•class Dry tkoods :Store. atut buy no refine
good R. but endeavor to - keep those that will please nit who want good and durable ortieles.
EDSON; CHURCHILL & CO.,
.111µt ItE , Elvt• 1 , , .1 ratter wri-).5,..
Alpacas—Black, Brown and Dr: . tb---Splendidtioods
Tlv. M.\\ 10 - 0,7 N 1 -Irl 6 W "6141tr:ri`
nowt- Sto` - •k c•f)Doellaines.
THE LARGEST wily% OF PRINTS . IN TOWN,
FELL LINE DE PINK 4Ni/ WHITE-PRINTS.
Ti* tAxi bern .13ti ~,111;111 P , i with, Th-y are mum. Ili, t»o clew
141,142.-W1.111..11) . 1%!4 1 I'i !
Ii Ilt• NIAJL‘ I. N.-.Y "I. Mlll.,ll . ,i]tt tne Loom. A •.,
- 20,000 Yards Cheap Muslins,
\N'e bßvo Just re , rty#4l from lhr MantiffVl.l.:‘
511,000 Yards or Brown MuslinS
That *c tire is 11rout that our eut.tnturre Rhottll eat ry away, a% we have not roots for them. our
counter% arP 'waled down with Domestie Gettyll, bought previous to the
LATE ADVANCE. THE EASTERN MARKET!
Now Ix the time to buy, before they go higher. •
CALL AT TIME LIVE STORE CoV
Edson, Churchill it Co.,
Next door South of the Post Office. -
.1. , hit!.`ol , , 1 -4, Lper 2, .^ 14 , P" T6W.4
and .01 ”thcl'pi,pnlnr
t. :-lIHk 111
Front 04 go 12 1.9 Cent++.
" ‘.• - 5-,
\o.:; Noble 131oelf.
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COUNTRY , AINICHANI*
+- DA.Tkirat --
.bar's. nExinvir. BEANd. BUTTER,
CHENAE, FOGS, FLOUR AS4) aE AL,
t, 'PURR' Al4ll PaCINS,
PRSEI AND ORERIe; FRUITS,
DRAIN, WOOL. GA3IB, port.
TRY, NAVAL STORES,
it 411' Fi GINORW;fI},
SORGHUM, MOLASSES, ETC.,
Gen'l Commbidon Ileichant
442, 444 =ld 440 Washington Bt, •
Nim•yoßK c try,
And hilt weekly Price Current. Of Pro
dnee and GmeMetl, the most complete Price
r4rreniTublimiteti in the Uniteillitates.
SEND FOR A PRIG: CURRENT
Ilitrking pit and: Cards Forri.hAd Fret.
Moral Advances lade on Consignments.
IMTABLII011.11) MAY I; I
rfr- , t eln;ra rei•-renew , glverr when required.
JATEST_ & BEST!
Batton note. Overneaming
SEWING MACHINE !
In warranted tripieeule in the best num•
ner every varietof Hewing Hemming.
Felling. Conning, Tuektng, Braiding, Gath
ering, Quilting, Overseandng, Embroider.
lag on the edge, and In addition makes
beautiful Hutton and Eyelet Hole. In all
IT 1-1.A.011 No FIQUAL !
BO r) g otwolittoly tho heat
In Um World, and Intrinsically the Cheap
est., for ft in two Machines eornbined In one
by a bimple end bcantlful mechenical ar
Cireutare with full partleulare arid Ram
, le* of work done on this machine, ran be
ad on applien Lion at the
HALM-ROOMS Or THE COMPANY,
Sontb-Weat Corms a Bleveath sad
lan:ructions given on the Machine gra
tuttotody t, ail purehlowro.
.4.44 Ivrs W zwr.z:
T+H.TI thla 'StachlnP
C. It. Kingsbury,
714 State Street "St., Erie,
Agent for Erie, Warren end Crawford
NO 17134D1VE 126.96.36.199 IILEATDfd!
NO MORE GRAY LOCRH
Dr. Leon's Electric Hair Renewer
Is pronounced by ail who have used it the
very beet preparation for the hair, It is a peal
tive cure for baldness, eradicates dandruff and
humors, stops the hair from telling out, and
speedilycestores ray locks to their original hoe
It operates on the secretions and fills the
gland' With new life and coloring matter. Thin.
dead, faded or gray hair will always be brought
back, by a few applications, Wits youthful
abundance, vitality and color.
It makes the hair soft, gloomy, fragrant, plea
sant to the touch and easy to arrange. Dry.
wiry and intractable locks become moist, pliant
and disposed to remain in any desired position.
As a Hair Dressing it has no equaL The sales
tun enormous, and it Is a Universal fatioritewith
old and young of both sexes. -
Hold by Druggists throughout the United
states. Address all °niers to
ZIEOLEIt a SMITH, Sole Proprietors,
in North Vardar_ Philadelphia.
Mot4OOD NEWS FOR MOTHERS.
rs, are you oppressed with anxiety for
your Little cram? Are your slumber,. and hearts
broken by their cries? Do you awake In the
morning nurefrtabed and ap prehensive? If SO,
procure a bottle of Dr. Leon's Infant Hernady,
and ,vou will have no wore weary hours of
watching and anxiety.
. DR. LEON'S INFANT REMEDY
Has Mood the test of ream Thousands of nurs
es and mothers bear witness that It never fulls
to give relief if used In season. It is a mild et
sun. and speedy cure for eolle,entualS, and
and is Invaluable for all miiirdalnts incident to
Sold top Druggists throughout the United
:states. Addrese all orders to
ZIEOLIIII d• ITH:Stilel 4 rortletors.
137 North Third St., Ph adelphia.
INERI4 WASH POWT)EIt
Su.% ee time, luttor stud mousy—hutkes4 Wash
ing u hupdltur and Mt;ncitty a Festival. Sold
,Nerytvherr. Try It. Addreeot ull orth37, to the
ZIE01.1:11 SMITH'. t.iole Proprietors,
Er: North Third Fit., rtsliudelphla,
.}.11i11•1 crrx - '
N0..1234 State St.
Pectic:Mar attent I ott given to the introduction
of Water; Steam and Gas Pipes Into . Hotels,
Stores and Dwelling Houses; also, the fitting
up of Capper Reuters, Bath Tube, Showers,
Wash Stands and other Work, by experienced
workmen and on reasonable terms.
Constantly on Imuti and for sale a full line of
Plumber's Materials, (kipper Heaters, Bath
Tabs, Water Closets, Wash lamina, littuWerß,
Pumps, Brass Work, W ht Iron Una and
Water Pim Galvanized Wa ripe Iron Fit
Alin), a large stock: of Gna Fixture", (Mande
her", Pendant", Bracket", Hall Lights, Drop
Lights, a tta nd Lights. Cigar Lighters. ghades,
Glebes, Ftnbbnr nose, ets.
sir.Ontero front the eountr7 promptly attend
GEO. 1.. HUBBARD,
feta - -43zu. -
Ham, :re:fared to WhBMWs, Block, (Prater of
State and Tenth Streete, Erte, ra., where he
Ilea opened e ,
LARGELY INCREASED STOCK
tit finxeries Fruits, Vegetables , Pondslotus
and everything usually kept in a Brat-e Lam
glumly estublkihraent. We are determined not
lobe surpassed, Stud invite all who want any
=ritnante linoto tudi, feeling assured that we
entitetagivesatistaottartbothas to quasi.
ity of gotalsond vetoes.' - _
C4nuitri. Produce Bought and . Sold.
We have opened a
COMII6BI O /S.I:IEPARTMEgIiT,
rwiltivettak ;We pledgeogssehlai to
*mop. timid t touicet.price tor tittle/re
epttneted to our owe ; • _
ror A.1.M4 - Vii; . 4%,D0M1T0 TOWNg.
And nn the LltOstif Rutin*:
-Supplied with •
un- ItOLLS, ' : 86,.:1014"
" the other brtindsof;
CoNAC C. Clo • ••-
sertiouftroo . 7 ,- .*1F . ;.i.-- ,
ityMINIK • - '"' tr•Thirtmall. Pt
ii Os lit* basil
Thfaltatttiar extends frOni Drinauk to „New
Ybrlt.lfri rattail EttaltdritONOWYork423mtlat •
italarriartes to New YorkAltratiert_ -And terrain
4 3 to zr IMPS TM* 8- . MR All
trains itta direotil •thrOutit Now York, Oa,
XILY24. without ettanicr ftaert.
Rom and after Nov. IlikAratrat
in emtneettan ;with e Western Ltnes, as
farms: From MCKIM runt MALAMAXCA
....try New York time—lrOmMtion ot.s: •
700 A. 24., Express Mali. from Irunrit, daily
(exorptlhandays). Stotts at Salamanca at
- MOO-A. IL, and r onnwts at liornallsville
and Corning with the 8 A. M. Express Mall
from Buffalo and arrives In New York at 7
P. - M., Lightning Fztprets, from Ralamanra
deny ie_Xetpt RandaYs) , atop& at Homes.
vale trio 1 - /§l.. (Fintiper) intersecting with
. the 2.20 P. et. train from %Weak., and arrives
In New York at 7A. M. . •
CIS M New York Night terpiege, from Dun
tirkaany-tekeet Ekindr n t stopi at Bala.
at, MOP. ~ and Tee In. ew York
at 100 P. IL,- connecting , witb afternoon
trains and steamers for Boston and New
P. 50 P 3I Clarinanti .Extussa, from Dunkirk,
'Sundays excepted). 'tope at Ralamanca
11:55, P. M. and connects at Nornellaville
with the =DP. M. Train from itudttio, ere
' ving.in New York 3:45, P.
From Rued/ID—by New York Gme—from Depot
corner Exehan“ and Michigan Bth.:
5:45 A. Id, New Yarlt - MY Rallulat_dail itteW
Sundays). Arrives !micros' Yoric at ? R P.
- Ommeta - at Great Bend tuithr Delaware.
Lackawanna & Western Railroad and at
Jersey Citywith midnighf for
PhiladAMin ,, Balthrng
ikoo A. IL,Espressliallo io and
v Me. daily (except Su ndayl. ArslveetnNew
York at 7:00 A. M.
WO Lightning grinesit„ dairy (hriept
• Ilan • connecting with morning exprow
train' for Boston and New Englimareittes.
Arrives in New York at 7dg Arid. '- .• •
&la P. New York Night Express. daily. flon
neets at Efmnellsville with the hiSP. M. train
ham Dunkirk, mei arrtecri in New York at
Itie P. M.
li i 4 P. )L, Cincinnati Emipreak daily (except
Sundays). Arves la Newyork at &OP.
Connecta at :M.Mitspwitlr - Northern Central
Baltimore WM Washington ; at
.tireat Rend witlx.Thdalsare,. Lackawanna &
Western Railroad.. and at New York with
' a ft ernoon •trahm•And itterunera for Boston
and New England cities.
Only one train rust on Sunday, leaving Buffs
lo at *lO P. and reaching New York at 1230
P._ ,Ef.. In advance of all other, routes.
Boston and New England • passengers, with
their moo, are tramterred, free of charge, in
The -beat Ventilated and most Luxurious
Sleeping Mrs in the World accompany all night
trains On this Railway.
&tome checked through and fare always as
low /ashy any other route.
ASK` FAR TICKETS VIA. ERIE RAILWAY,
which can be obtained at ail principal ticket, of
flees in the West an d South-West.
EL RIDDLE, WM. R. BARR,
Gen't Pass. Agt.
enr. of Penn and fit.. Clair fitreete,
P . ITTSBUROII, PA.,
The Lament, Cheapeetuntl most Huocepsful
Praetleal Business College
IN THF, T'VTTFII sTATF.s.
Fifteen Thousand Students
From Thirty-Three Find...! In Ten YParll
FOR JAIME QUARTO CIRCULAR,
C'ontalultut Cull Information, Outline of Count! ,
or Study, fifaripleti of flowley's
View of the College Building, different De
partments, City of Pittsburgh, ete., etc., address'
rhelrf VTI I tqC
EI4IE MATITILE WOIRIFENo
M. 'A; DUNNING,
No. 1016 Peach Street, between 10th and
11th, Erie, Pa.
Monuments, Tombstones, Marble and
!Slate Mantles, &e.
I have ou hand a large assortment of monu
ments and - headstones of various iityles,An
American and Italian marble, and a corps of
the best workmen in the State. AU orders will
be proniptly attended to and satisfaction guar.
anteed. My work IN warranted unsurpassed,
and I cannot be undersold by any one. Orders
and inspection of stock and prlene,sniteJted.
FRANK ALLEN, AtTETNT,
Wholesale Dealer In Fine
Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Gins, Rums,
CORDIALB, BITTERs, ETC. .
Also, Bottled Liquors. -
feb234m.l No. 1228 State IN, Erie, Pa.
The New York Sun,
Au In4;entlent Dally Newmpaper, political
and general, giving all the Mews in a fresh read •
able, attractive manner. condensed HO that a
business man can rind time to read the whole.
Charles A. Dana, Editor and Manager. I.ricell6
a year, 111.41) for three months.
VIZ WEEKLY EMI.
Prepared with great csre for country subscri
bets. Political news thoroughly condensed.
Farmers' Club fully reported. :Markets accu
rately given. Horticultural and Agricultural
Department edited by Andrew 14. Fuller. Great
variety o , interesting miscellaneous remllng,
making it a tirst-rate GENERAL FAMILY
.NF,WSFAPEIt. Those who wish • for a thor
oughly* reliable paper for the pending most Im
portant Presidential Campaign, will And THE
tVEEKI.Y SUN exactly What they need. Price,
$1 a year; 20 copies to one suldress, tli; a/copies
to oue address, 6.11r,50; 100 copies to one address
halm size and character as the Weekly, but
fan Wilzig twice as much reading matter, and
giving the news with greater freshness. Great
pains will elan be taken in making up the polit
iesl news of he day for this paper, no that the
read. r, whattver his }minks, will MO the
SEMI-WEE:IOW NUN 11).110 an aceunde and
comprehensive uompendium of pollUcal Linton
'nation. In ifact, we iliP/It/ that this stud! he
the most valuable campaign paper in the noun.
try. Price, 5,2 a 3 ear zcopies to one address;
SW: 3) copies to one address, tri: IA copies to
one address, alwaya in advance. Address,
THE , KIJN, New York City.
PHILADELPHIA ERIE BAIL ROAD.
WINTER TIME TABLE. I
Through 'and Direct Route between Philadel
phia, Baltimore, Harrisburg, Williams-
Port, and the
GREAT OIL REGION
ELEGANT ST .PMPENG CARS
On nil Night Train.'
/AN and after MONDAY, NOV. 15t1 k 1867, the
kji trains on the Philadelphia & Erie Railroad
will Tun M follows:
Mail Train leaver. Philadelphia at 11:15 p.m. and
itiriven at Erie at 9:90 p. m.
Erie Express leaveaPhiladelphia at 12:01 tn.. and
arriven at Erie at 9:45 a. nt.
Warren ACC•01111110datiOrt leaVell . WatTen at 1±55
P. mm CuritF 11:30p. tn., and arrivee at Erie
at 4:10 p. m.
Sall Train Leaves Erie at 10"..5 a. In., and arrives
- at Philadelphia at &US a. In.
Erie Express leaves Meat &Di' in. and ar
rives at Philadelphia at laXt p.
Warren Accommodation leaven Erie at 8:03 a.
rn., Corry at 935 a. tn. , and arrive.' at Warren
at 11:15a. rn.
Mall and Exprens connect with all trains on
the Warren & Franklin Railway. Passengers
leaving Philadelphiaat LtiOra., 'mire atlrvine
ton at tksoa.rn., and Oil City at.11:50 a;
Leaving Philadelphia at 11:15 p. in., arrive at
011 City Wt. 4:45 p. ru. • • ' • •
&Ulna= on the Warren & Franklin
makeclone connections at 011 City with trains
Par Feanklin and Petroleum Centre. finattaer
ALVRED L. TYLER,
Pesch - Street, above the Bonk Road,
z.mratxr. 13RYA1iT I tc. co..
PARLOR, COOK Ani OFFICE STOVER,
, • TIN AND Him-rip:vs wank-,
,fclumit:riptp cxattrit - pw . fl
• Ala do
'Eweti stai4koiord itittarfad Titre
latiatactlon. VieVl±Aboes..dad. oue.
de" on hand luta mantliat to order,' ban
ankrtfrettPcdtttskrintetz4 Inotirtal •410kili•
t t e tow), oa tana. A
_an+ - we of
odrarWlee la It& .• <, • . L I• . •
enurittiliwor l e4i4flchnt fa isms Or
t vau sa tt i m ai e s
Llitanwinurs a cio.ft
BOOTS 8‘ SHOE,I
No. lISB State Street.
I: ) AN SMO aiiives 3sy A
We have Just finished, and prepared far pub•
lie Inepeetion, a numatnuth stock or 800 ta.Shoee,
Oat terejimbbera, etc-, embracing every
tion and Variety' of Irma., and which for style.
Quality and Olden cannot be Burpasecd in the
taarket,_aU of which tee offered at late reduced
rates. 'Kt also pay eeppetal and %Ma atten
tion to -
Cr 41r0111 WOIF4IFE.
For which the finest eitlleetten of Leathers are
kept on hand, and every facility Is secured for
socorannxiatiug eturtraneas promptly and in •
etyle to render perfect malefaction. Particular
atterdlon le OM) directed to our ,
(0 11? , ;1.1 A >I 0 )SWI I Alt I
No. 0 West Seventh Street,
Where we manufacture at 'Wbolesale, Men's
Soya',Ladles', Males' and Children's Boots ,
Shoes, Gaiters, ate., of every variety and kind.
Having lately enlamed our manufactory by the
addition of new buildings and ,ma
chinery, we are prepared, to supply 'th • Trade
owshort notice and at the lowest ma rks • ces.
.Adjoining this department as mnnert our
LEATHER AND FINDINGS ROOMS!
Embracing French, German and American
Calf @Jinni, of beat andNaried brands,tilsogider
and Symutiali Bole Leather, French and Arnett
.can Roane of all colors and prices.''
With oar increased , facilities we can sell as
low as any Eastern MarinfaCturer, and make to
order • kind wor wantng by .iss Trade.
tor the of p ta eas k
liberal i patronage t of the
Igal:die. we rd*solleit contintianoe of
"- ut26-tf. ' J. mcirgicri.Atru k co.
CICELP CASH: "TORE.
A. N lid I C,
4'• r : of Bth and Plate BfB..
Gl.rooerian and Provisolona,
Wood, Willow and Stone Ware,
And everything that in usually kept In a Find
Class Auntly Gronery.
Mrll'rMrMnr l. 7l'arlWTTl
• Erie County Flour,
Always on Rand. Bail and examine prices.
sar Goode aellvered' fox, In arty part of the
city or South Erie. oe3-t6
9111 E lINPERSIGNED having purchased the
J. well known Livery Stand heretofore . occu
pied by Sterrett, desires to inform his
Meads and the public that he Will continue the
business, and Invitee thelepatteruure.
THE STOCK will be largely Increased and lm
proved—new conveyances have been procured
and some of the beat livery homes in the coun
mle n m
ad e to rm g i i n v d
sot o f co t n i d o u n c . t Tho e w b
want to obtain the services of, a good_ team will
find me ready stall times I o accommodate them
at reasonable Prices.
Recollect the place, Stetrett's Old Stand, Fifth
street,rear of the Reed House.
- - -
GERMAN SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
(Joyner itllghtil, and Mtatc Mtn.,
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
Th 6 Institution Is now open for Um trawls,-
don of bn4inesa.
OFFICE itOr A. M. to 4 P. M.
SATURDAIS: M. to 8 P. 3.1,
Biz Per Cent. Interest will be Given by this
Institution to Berrular Depositors.
.1. Fh•hpnlaub. P. A. 13coker,`. F, P. 1:10110
F. sehnohler, John hienehAmer.
• 4iFFICERS: -
Sohn Cit•astelmer Preatdent.
Matthew eiettlau.ler.ker, - Treasurer.
F. Fielthelder, ' tieeretary.
Junted P. Crook, having taken to his tmn, Jas.
as n partner, on the Is day of April, iSkt, un
der the firm name of James P. Crook & Son, de
sires to have a settlement of his old accounts.
All persons knowing themselves Indebted to
him are requested to call and settle without de
JAMES P. CROOK Ic SON,
ROUGH-Es PLANED LUMBER
WINDOW SARK FRAlikli, DOORS t BLIN DM
"Mouldings and Picket Fence, ficroU Pawing
Matching and Planing done to order.
Itetamen Fourth and Fifth Sta., Erie, Pa.
We respectfully call the attention of the pub
lic to our facilities fordoing work In the best of
style, promptly and on reasonable terms. Hay
ing fitted up entirely new shopa,. with superior
machinery, we feel confident of giving satisfac
tion. Order*" from abroad will receive prompt
JANIEEI P. CROOK' & SON
National Claim Agency
Orßee in Farris,. Hall Building, Erie, Pa.
All claimants for extra bounty allowed by late
acts. of Congress, can have the same prompUy
collected by K( qui I n their discharge.' to me, the
receipt of-which will be promptly acknowledg
ed and lust meth*. returned.
•15 per mouth Tor the teml loss of nee of either
leg nr aim Instead of P. per month for each
minor child of &waned moldier* or seamen.
Also, other lnerenet,.
ADDITIONAL. POB VOL. OFFICERS of U.S. A.
Three months pay proper for all in service
Marchad, puddlachargett after April 9th, haki.
Claims for arrears of pay; and 1/enslons, and
bounty, promptly collected. Unequalled fawn
it les for closina and emnpletingelaine4. Allow
once to prisoner's or war collected. Only agency
In North-tit el-tern Pennsylvania where years of
"xTperienee In the U. S. Treasury eau ins found.
Thankful for the very liberal pat C0M411. 4 bt ,
14tUIVed in the past, we hope by Increased expe
rience and unremitting attention to patron', to
sectire their continued favor. Otte* in Farrar
halt Building. Address
• S. TODD PURLEY
nu7'6l-tf. Leek Box tel. Erie, Pa.
J. W. .A. - Y ILES,
Dealer in Furniture
Having purchased the entire stock of Furni
ture of Messrs. Moore & Riblet, I respectfully
ask my old customers and the public generally
to give me a call at the old stand,
NO. 715. STATE STREET,
Before purchasing elsewhere: I have a huge
assortment of •
Parlor, Chamber and Bed Room Sets!
BEDSTEADS,, CHAIRS, TABLES.
Adel, in Met everything in the line of Furniture.
I am prepared to manufacture to order any style
that. may be called for. Remember, No, 715
State street, east side, between Seventh and
apTifg-t JOHN V.'. AYREF4-.
FIEST4LMIN. AGBAFFS OVERSTRUSO
W411.1:000X14 07 11141114111 ,STRIMT.-
abese.rianos are reriMuarodeet by the read
' ellutatttlittbra.alat are, ferpower, fellnesa,elaa
tient of touch aubl derabitity; unsurpassed by
apylohunis saita4:ln4l4.p oclanti7. •
~clrAiwilip4•JoA ki,tyr. TWOS.
Illastistrdgus and Pries List Sent by
rreat Orr ErrokE ROOM sow occupied
0 April NOiltnettgelarbeg.
The best brands of
if IEIW IFrit 3.1.
INCREASE OF PENSIONS
ISEDDINES, FANCY-GOODS, -
' 7' mailman' TWAT OAPB.
II A I R O • I L
BRUSHER, ". 31% COLOGNE,
Linseed 91.111, V ri nt i inarie k lnde Varnleh.
PURE ,LIQUOBs FOR MEDICAL MtPOSER,
Loudon - Porter and Scotch Ale.
Prescriptions carefully dispensed. AU articles
sold by roe ore warranted to be precisely urn)*
resented. No trouble to show goods. Raman.
ber the name sad - •
- . .
BARNC3I, 131/ reach Street,
Eolith °Mho 120ePot..
Important Notice. •
Faumirsr Erractine, *pt..* teal.
The Subscriber would respendfally inform Os
Farmeni'of Fairview and vicinity, that he is
prepared to pay '
THE HIGIMST MARKET PRICE
for all kindi of Vann - Produce delivered at
Fairview Station. Also, keeps on hand for
Sale • •
srarsinrors AND ANTHRACITE COAL.
as cheap as can be lied elsevihere. Also. hits
the agency of liapgood, Young a Co.'s Su r
Cast Steel Kowa, Solketcliltlvators,o l
Jones' sat•Dtunpina Wheel Hay flake, ac.
And has a superior lot or March lull blood and
grade ' -
SUFFOLK AND CIIERTEHWHITE PIGS!
Haring aasoeltod with me on the let of Jamie,
ry Andrew Mayer, In the
BOOT kBECOB BUBINBSS,
The drat 'wilt be known an C. Englehart & Co.,
and the tautness will be' carried on as hereto.
tore at No. IT Watt Park, Er*P-
• C. ENOLEUABT.
Buy Silver Tipped Plitier ;Cry= children. , A
majority of the children wets bolls in the toes,
of their shoes in *Very few dare; then the shoes
are soon .worthlesa, 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 apair of shoos had three times as long sa
without Tips. Leather Caps have beat worn to
some extent, but they have proved worthless.
Silver Tips have a neat and substantial appear
ante, and do sway entirely with the disagree
able sight of dirty stockings and protruding
toes. We have constantly on hand theonly
sortment of Silver Tipped Shoes to be found In
the city, including tine Sewed shoes, Italmorals,
Youths' Boots, &c., which we oftbr, together with
a lame and fashionable assortment of Ladies.
and tient& Fine and Heavy goods, at the lowed
cash prices. •
mr14137-tf. R ENOLIIIIART & 00.
Erie & Pittsburgh Railroad.
O N 2L A .' tmin; will onYtbil.;!°
le:O. 5 A. M., Pittsburgh Express, "tope at ail eta,
thank and arrives at A. !lc G. W. R. R. Trans
fer at I:40 p. in., at Nov Castle at Urn p.
and at Pittsburgh at &nap. m.
6:00 P. M., Accommodation, arrival, at James
• town at 9:00 p. in.
SAO A. M., Accommodation from Jamestown,
arrives at A. &G. W. R. R. Transfer at 6r.35
a. nu, at New Castle at 7:M a. nu, and Pitts
burgh at MO a. in.
e:ce A. M.. Erie Express, leaves New Castle at
8:45 a. m., A. &11'. W. R, R. Transfer at 10:10
a. tn., making close connection with trains
for Buffalo and Niagara FaUs,and arrives at
Erie at KOp. m.
tin P. Al., Night Express,_leaves New Castle
at 7:25 p. in., A. & Ci. W.B. R. Transfer atle4s
P. Eri e Jamewn at AM, p. m. and arrives
at at IILS, a. m.
Pittsburgh Express south connects at James
town at 1240 p.m. with J. & F. Express, arriving
ht Franklin at p. m., and 011 City at &le p.
m. Connects at Transfer at 1:40 p. m., with A.
& EL W. Mail west, for Warren, Ravens and
Erie Express north connects at A. & G. W.
Transfer at 1810 a. ii., with Mail east for Mead
ville and Jamestown, and at Jamestown with
S. dr F. Express for Franklin, arriviniat Frank
lin at 235 p. m., and 011 City at R4O p. m.
Trains connect at Rochester with trains for
Wheeling and all points in West Virginia, and
at Pittsburgh connection); for Philadelphia,
Harrisburg, Baltimore and Washington, via
Pennsylvania Central Railroad.
Erie Express north _connects at Girard with
Cleveland & File trains westward for Cleveland,
Chicago and all points in the West ; at Erie with
Philadelphia & Erie Railroad for Corry, Warren,
I rvineton, Tid haute, &c., and with Budalo & Erie
Railroad for Buffalo; Dunkirk Nimeara Falls
and New York City. J. J. LAWRENCE,
- deelTiff-tf Superintendent.
iln4ing purchased the tntereet of the Meant.
Vincents 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,
pleding himself that he willat all Bram try to
ging and reliable
Flour, Feed and Grain !
At the lowest price for cash in baud. From my
lung experience In tide branch of the trade, I
trust I know what the public demand, and that
I am prepared to meet that want.
Returning my thanks to the public for their
liberal patronage to me In the past, I hope by
strict attention my business and their wants,
to merit a continuance of then patronage lathe
THE /WELLING, FLOUR, FEED,
AND GRAIN IBIBINESS,
Will be continued..ln all It& depirtments, at the
ERIE MILLS, PARADE STREET, ,
and the &Bore,
lE:A.gorr PARK ROW,
Between Brown's Hotel and Reed House,
• Where the public will finds good stock alwaya
fur sale, with competent and polite men on
hand to supply their wants.
ap.V67-IY. H. 11. RAVEIISTICK.
JARECKI & .IVrETZ,
1133 State St., Erie, Pa.,
maiaiticiarers 40 Pea!era In all kinds of
Gas, Steam and Lead Pipe,
CISTERN, FORCE & WELL PCMPS,
Sheet Brass and Brass Wire.
Ve also manufacture ti
LIGHTNING RODS, SUCKER RODS,
And the Celebrated
Four: Cup Ball Valve !
generally used In the oil regions.
N E W.
Blank Book Manufactory
We would respectfully announce to the public
that we have opened a
and ar• prepared to do work In any branch of
01 all kinds, on band and made to order, and
ruled to any pattern desired. ,
MAGAZINES IND' OLD BOWLS,
BOTIZIA and repaired In the beat style.
leyetaaellattanal Bank Corms State aial
eat *Unlit., Brio, Pa.
OM BLAllatat oompleta snort
Angst Of Amoy kind at Blanks nankin . by
LAIJ*6OO of rrat ktilAtariro or
rprooritiok, Plats or dome irt
` 4014 04. 121 / Ikto l P 1 1 1 1 24 I _ o4 U.
k r flt:, 4 Pm , et - Peira l
- NEW York 'liodp-Skirt Iliumbetorr,
NATHAN CoREN respectfully informs the
ehas of Erie and surrounding country that
as on hand- a lance assortment of Hoop
of all sizes snit styles, of his own make,
and m anufactured of the best flexible steel and
material, which Having guarantee equal to any
in themarket. had considerable expe
llent* in the Isisinees,blits confident of bIS
ability Lesiva entire satisfaction to all those
who may favor him with a call. It any of Ma
=town' break within one year, they be
end 14 6 Sies made.
714 1 1 red 'Ettlrta ! altered and shaped as
new. New Skirts eto order at the shortest
notice. A splendid and large stock of all kinds
of Corsets and Cossetateels constantly kept on
hand. Country merchants supplied Ist the very
lowest rates. • • 'NATHAN COHEN,
14241. No. I Slate strest,-Erie, 1%.
Alai:Unrifled Capital $500,000.
CAPITAL FAID IN MM.
.THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK
opened for loudness on
MONDAY, DECEMBER 12T11,
In the banking ofßee previously occupied by the
Merchant's Bank, Brown's Building, northisust
corner of State street and public Park.
WM. L. awn', Pres*. WM. G CURRY, Ouch.
WM. L. BOOTY, of Orin of J. Hearn & Co.. Coal
JOB. M'CARTER, of firm of Belden. Bliss &
McCarter, Builders. •
GEO. I. MORTON, Coal Dealer.
W. B. BROW ,14 Agent Buffalo & Erie R. R..
JOHN C. BIHIG.MS, of firm of Clemens,Caugh.
& Burs, Wholesale Grocers.
O. R. CWUCH, of firm of Crouch & Bro., Flour
M. R. BARR, of firm of Barr, Johnson & tien
mark Stove Manufacturers.
holesal _F. F FA e
H of fires of Gray & Farrar.
J. DREISIGAKER, Grocer. &rat. '
ERIE CITY IRON WORKS,
The Bradley Engine !
117WEE3 THE lEWTE Alit TWICE.
FILM TO ONE HUNDRED'FER' CENT.
More power than a Single C. Soder Engine
. using the game amount of steam.
STEAM FIi9P7ES IND BOILERS!
Mrs. John B. Perkins,
6CONFIP.C'I7O/ 4 4TEARX ES
Foreign a Doinestle Fruits,
NO. 822 STATE RT., CORNER NINTH,
Pine Apples,.Oranges, Leilions, Peaches,
Alwayjr on hand in their sesaon.
;! a rdlitt t i f oL GIIE,Vatt i VII IZICMS
The, nitest atone west of New York. •
A new and well selected stock of
Stores, Tin, Japanned, Brittania and
Rouse Furnishing Goods Generally.
We also have a large and well awninged shop,
with all the modern improvements for mann
facturirtg tin ware of every dowription, and
With a corps of competent workmen, under the
supervision of Mr. C. Avery (who has had many
years experience Welty 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. Cull and see us and ex-
Maine our stock.
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing
-between the undersigned In the Planing
ill, Door, Sash and Blind business, under the
firm name of Jacob Boots & Co., was dissolved
by mutual consent on the 21st day of June, ISM.
The business will be continued by Jacob Bootz:
wbo is authorised to settle all the accounts of
the late firm. JACOB BOOTZ,
ANTONY STRITZINGIER. •
The undersigned, intending to continue the
above business, at - the old itand, west side Of
Peach, between 12th and 13th streets, desires to
caU 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. Sash, Doors and Blinds furn
ished to order. All kinds of Lumber on hand,
together with Shingles and Lath. In fact, eve
rything that is usually dealt in or dono at drat
olass establishments of the kind. Thankful for
past kind favors, I respectfully solicit a con-
Unuance of the same.
onl7-13ru• JACOB BOOTZ.
Country Produce, Grocerlen, Provisions,
Tobacao, Crockery Ware, Fruits, Nuta, &e.,
' No. 81.4,4ta11t0 141troot.
West aide, between Bth and 9th Streets. Erie, Yu.
Cash paid for country produce.
F. A. WEBER. my24-tt. W. EILLTART...,f,
DESIGNER it DECORATIVE ARTIST 1
Neatest, Cheapest, and next 64m Painting West
of New York City.
Parlors, Rallis, Churches, *e.,
Frescoed in the neatest style of the art.
°amis.' Designing, Drafting of Models for the
Patent Oftles, end every deseriptlon of Orna•
mental Palatine executed prompl/y. RoanUP In
Farm- Mau. No. a, meted door
IDL•BA.CCCP AND C10A.13,13.
E. M. COLE & SON
Ma, plat* to tot o eboleo article of Tobacco,
Snuff awl Pauli la at.
IL L warAwacurs Jai. 211ACIL
Soitta Oahe Voloti Depot.,
' *limn oil' hind a good - aamortmea' the
above articles of area arid% taM a re"
ilas Alaq, Pipes, Pomba, Dozes sad awoken'.
otArrotidasattptlogi , Masa taro oo46s gas
.RIULA 00. PM" , COM, OW NNW 1011 4 .
aux 4 r.
A New Compound or
Double Cylinder Engine,
And is Warranted to gtvr
OF ALL STYLES
OIL STILLS AND TANKS!
Of 01 Deleriptlons
PATTERSON & AVERY,
527 French St., Erie, Pa
V. A. AVV.1310.111 dr, CO..
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