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The Noble Block Dry goods Store !
GREAT ANT) GRANT) OPENING OF
-SPRING AND SUMNER DRESS GOODS !
*OlOO,OOO Worth ol'_New and Desirable Patterns.
For I.atiles arul'Ntls.Rec, canctslinff in part of
Summer Silks, Russett Mixtures, Chene Poplins, Pequas,
oRANDIES, LAWNS, MARSAILLES, WHITE AND PLAIN BUFF
WRITE GOODS, AND GREAT VARIETY !
?. , TAINSOOK'S, JACONETM SWISSFN, ETC.
Marsailles Quills from 52.50 and Vpnaras.
We keep all k 111(14 of gooaq usually called for In a 113 , t-elas , .. Dry Goods Slime, and buy no refu‘e
Efood., but endeavor to keep 11141 a 1.:11 who w.ult good and durabh•
Alpacas—Black, Brown and Drab—Splendid Goods !
TO BI•: SOLD AWAY DOWN BELOW THE MARKET.
Hugo Stock of I>elninies.
Very Hand...nue Pattei ! m, Superior to any in Town
THE LARGEST STOCK OF PRINTS IN TOWN,
I 'oncl%llng of Merrimac, Hprague-i, COCIIOO,e., and all other popular makca
FULL LINE. OF PINK .4ND WHITE PRINTS,
That everybody has been call ktig (c and can unu Le ,upplied with. They are going like the dew
4C I-11E1 13 NI ILT tiAIL. I !
In t lkuiret. New York Mlll.-*, Watn.titta, Lonsdrilec, Fruits of the Loom, A.e., Se
20,000 Yarcis Cheap Muslins,
We have - Jmt leretved from thr , 31anufartor.
50,000 Yards of Brown Muslim
'that• w' are willing that our customer., Nhould carry away, as wo have not room for them. Our
counters are loaded de it with Dome Nth, cioi,sh., bought previous to the
LATE ADVANCE IN THE EASTERN MARKET !
Now is the time to buy, before they go higher.
. CALL Al' TTUF.: LIYI4. STOUI 4. I 401.'
- Edson, Churchill & Co.,
Next door South of the Post Office.
EDSON, CHURCHILL & CO.,
3L'ST RECEIVED, A I.A.IME ill
THE LARGEsT STOCK OF
From Si to 12 1.2 Cents.
No. a Noble tiloi•lc.
Farmers and Others,
ASHES, BEESWAX. BEANS, BUTTER,
CHEESE, EGGS, PLODS AND 3
. 7 ia ,
OTTON, FURS AND SKINS,
DRIE AND GREEN FRETTs,
ORA NT, WOOL, GAME, FOUL-
TR ', NAVAL STORER,
HOPS, orsasEso, _ -
SORGHUM, MOLASSES, ETC..,
(41'1 Commission Merchant
442, 444 and 448 Washington
NEW YORK CITY,
And receive him weekly Price Current of Pro,
duce and Cirocerlr% , the mast complete Price -
Current publlithed iu the United Stater.
SEND FOR A PRICE CURRENT
Marking Plates and Canis Furnished Free
Liberal Advances Made on Consignments.
ESTABLISHED MAY 1, 15 W
First eln,ss referendes given when requires!.
LATEST & BEST!
1 II E GREAT'
Button Hole, Overseaming
SEWING MACHINE !
Is warranted to execute In the best man
ner every variety' of Sewing Hemming,
Felling, Oording, Tucking, Braiding, Gath
ering, quilting, Overseaming, Embroider
ing on the edge , ' and in addition makes
beautiful Button and Eyelet Holes in ail
IT HAS NO :EQUAL!
Being the best
In the World, and Intrinsically the Cheap
est, fur it Is two Machines combined in ono
by a simple and beautiful mechanical ar
Circulars with full particulars and barn.
pies of work done on this machine, can be
had on application at the
SALL-Roo.llfB OF THE COMPANY,
South-West Corner of Eleventh and
Ita,truetinns given on the Machine gra
tuitou,ly t. all purchasers,
.A. N-rs wA. mr
To Sell this Maehlne
C. U. Kiugsbury,
714 State Street St., Erie,
Agent for Erie, Warren and Crawford
NO 31COTtn BALI) lIMAOSS I
NO MORE GRAY LOCKS
Dr. Leon 9 s•Electric Hair Renewer
Is pronounced h). alt who have used It the
very best preparation for the hair. It Is allast
tive cure for baldness, eradicates dandruff and
humors, stops the hair from falling out, and
speedily restores gray locks to their original hue
It operates on the secretions and mu the
glands with new life and coloring matter. Th lu,
dead, faded or gray hair will always be brought
back, by a few applications, to its youthful
abundance, vitality uud coldf.
It makes the hair soft, glossy,' fragrant, plea
hunt to the touch an d easy to armuge.
wiry and intraelabla locks beoome moist, pliant
and disposed to remain in any desired position.
As a Hair Dressing It has no equal. The sales
ate enormous, and it Is a universal favorite with
old and young of both sexes.
Sold by Druggists throughout the United
States. Address MI order* to L •
ZIEGLER &. SMITH, Sole Proprletorx,
VII North Third St., Philadelphia
GOOD NEWS FOR MOTHERS
- - - -
Mothers, are you oppressed with anxiety for
your little ones? Are your slumbers and hearts
broken by their cries? Do yon awake in the
morning unrefreshed and apprehensive? If to
procure a bottle of Dr. Leon's Infant Ream:ly
and you will have no more weary hoar-A of
watching and anxiety.
DB. LEON'S INFANT HEIIIEDY
Has htood the test of years, Thom.stals of nurs
es and mothers bear VIIkIe4 %hat It never fulls
to give relief If used LA hVASU.II. It a mild,yet
sure and speedy cv re for colic,eramps and pains,
and Is Myatt:m:4i , tor all complaints Incident to
s'44 .. Wr Drutglsts throughout the United
Slate, Adarvi. all orders to
• - Z1Et5..14:114: :4311TH,Sole Proprietors,
137 North Third St., Philadelphia.
SILVER'S WASH POWDER.,
Kac•cs time, labor and money—runkra W.oth-
I a p:u:tlnu• and :Monday a Felittxrid. Sold
everywhere. Try it. Address all cuidiers_to the
Juana (net 'wen.
ZIEGLER & tOirrii, sole Woprletors,
137 North Third .s4.,.Vialadelphick.
No. 1224 State St.
Particular attention given to the introduction
of Water, Steam and Gas Pipes Into Hotels,
Stores and Dwelling Houses • also, the titling
up of Copper Heaters, Bath Tabs, Showers,
Stands and other Work, bp. experienced
workmen and vu reasonable terms.
Constantly on hand and fur Sato a full Roo of
Plumber's Materials. Copper Matters. Bath
Tubs, Water Closets, Nt'asn Basins, Showers,
Pumps, Brass Work Wrought bon Os. and
Water - Pipe, Galvanized Water Pips Ittua
Also, a large stock of Gas Fixtures, Chande
liers, Pendants, Bracket's, Hall Lights„ Crop
Lights, Stand Lights, Cigar Lighters, Shades,
Globes,Rubber Hose, etc.
iYa- Orders from the country promptly attend
GEO. L. HUBBARD,
G. P. DAVIs
ITas removed to Whittich's Block , corner of
State and Tepth Streets, Erie, Pa., where he
has opened a
LARGELY INCREASED STOCK
Of Groceries Fruits, Vegetables, Provisions
and everything usually kept in a tirstrelass
grocery. establishment. We are determined not
to be surpassed, and invite all who want any
thing ittour line to call, feeling assured that we
shall bo able to give satisfaction both as to qual
ity of goods and prices.
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
We leave opened a
ro which we ask. the attention of those having
Produce to dispose of. We pledge ourselves to
secure the highest market price for all articles
entrusted to our care.
DEALERS TEE MEG - TOWNS;
And on the Liges
FEUTTS, VEGETABLES, ETC.
J. W. TAYLOR,
• Manntictorer of
NAVY, SPUN ROLLS, 'Bs, 10s,
And all the other brands of
NO. 4.W PENN Imam,
apIPII7-Y. ITITSBURGII. PA
Whits 14en _Nast Mile Amnia.
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published on this continent, and It enters on
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hopeful of the great cause it upnolds than ever
before. -Standing on the Declaration of Inde
pendence, that "Idi (white) men emerged," and
therefore entitled to equal rights, It Is oppmed
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that con fl ict with this 'grand central truth of
Democracy, and over all and above all, does it
combat that monstrous treason to American
liberty, which, thrusting the negro element in
to our politica *Mem, must of necessity wreck
the whole mighty fabric left us by our fathers.
God has created white men superior and ne-
Erlnferior, and therefore all the effbrta of
.st six years to abolish His work and
egm7lse with negroes.--every law violated, eve
ry State Constitution overthrown, every life
sacrificed and every dollar elpended, are '
cessarilyjust so many steps towards national
feticide; and the simple andawful protlem now
upon us is just this—shall we recover our rea
son and retrace our steps, or march on to Mon
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rnyl9'69. - Pittsburgh, Pa.
THE BURDETT CELESTE
PARLOR AND' CHURCH
With "Harmonic Celeste" and "Vox 'lanta
na" attachments. The "Harmonic Celeste" im
parts a wonderful clearness and richness to the
tone and must be heard to be appreciated, and
the "Vox Humana." besides being indescrtlxv.
bly sweet, is almost a perfect imitation of a hu
man yoke. Also,
Pianos, Melodeons, Guitars, Aecordeons,
Received as Soon as Published.
Second hand Plano.: taken in exchange far
new ones. Pianos and I%telodeons to rent.
PIANOS TUNED AND DEPAIDED
SEWING MACHINE DEPOT
No. 1010 Peach Street, between 10th and
11th, Erie, Pa,
Monuments, Tombstones. Marble and
Slate 3Lantk.s, ste.
I have on hand a large assortment of monu
ments and headstones. of vnrion. .tyles, In
Americ....n and Italian marble, and a corps of
the Lest 'workmen In the State. All orders will
1 , ..a promptly attended to and satisfaction guar
anteed. My work Is warruntod unsurpassed.
and I Cannot be undersold by any one. Orders
and Inspection of stock and prices solicited.
FRANK ALLEN, AGENT ,
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-.. , hit,. ',.;:j.T.: ,
Wholesale Dealer in Fine
Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Gins, MIMS,
CORDIALS, BITTERS, ETC.
AD , o, Bottled Liquors.
feb2o-3m.1 Na. 1220 State St., Erie, Pa.
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Prepared with great care for country stily.erl
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Stand - size and character nip the Weekly, but
fur: bitting twice as much reading mat ter, and
giving the news with greater freshness. breat
pains will also be taken in making up the polit
ical news ot the day for this paper, SO that the
reader, whatever be his politics, will lind the
SEMI-WEEKLY SUN to hi) an accurate and
comprehensive compendium of political infor
mation. In fact, we mean that this shall be
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my23-Iw. THE SUN. New York City.
Peach Street, above the Ennio Road,
131 NP c 46„,
PARLOR, COOK AND OFFICE
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, Sad irons,
de., on hand and manufactured to order. Plows
and Plow Points of superior make and durabili
ty always on hand. A. call and a fair trial of
our articles is all wo ask.
lIENPY. BRYANT- d: CO.
y ETTERS TFSTAMENTAILY to the estate of
.LA James Miles, into of Girard township. de
ceased, have been granted to the subscribers.
All persons indebted to the estate are requested
to make immediate payment, and those having
claims or demands against the estate of the de
ceased will make known the same without, dc.
lay. JAMES Itin•Fst,
3. ROBERT RALE,
J. W. WETMORE,
ETC., AND NEW, MUSIC
Grover Az Baker
S. M. WEIGEL,
No. 10n1 State Street, Erie, Pa
M. A. DUNNING.,
TICE WEEKLY SUN
EICIEENLAUB & CO.,
BOOTS & SHOES !
No. 6;113 State Street.
We have Just finished, and prepared for pub
lic inspection, amammoth stoekof Hoots Shoes,
A:loiters, Rubbers, etc, embracing every descrip.
Lion and variety of kinds, and which for style,
quality and finish cannot be surpassed in the
market, all of which are offered at late reduced
rates. We also pay especial and strict atten
CIJ'INO2II ♦YORK 1
For which the finest collection of Leathers tire
kept on hand, and every facility is secured for
accoMinodating 'customers promptly, and in a
style to render perfect satisfaction. Particular
attention in also directed to our
No. ti West Seventh Street,
Where we manufacture at Whole.ale, Men's
Boys, Ladles', Misses' and Children's Boots
Mimes, Gaiters, etc., of every variety and kind.
Having lately enlarged our manufactory by the
addition of new buildings and Improved nm
chinery, we are prepared to supply the Tntde
on short notice :aid at thrlowest market prices.
Adjoining I his &pal Imint are connected our
W I I O L1:x.11.1•
LEATHER AND FINDINGS ROOMS!
Embracing French, Ucrinan and American
Calf Skins, of I)esf and varied brui4s, Slaughter
and Spanish Sole Leather, French and Ameri
can Roaus 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 respectfully solicit a continuance of
se.%-tf. J. EICIIESLAUII & CO.
. 5 00
CHEAP CASH STORE.
c..t„ • or Bth and ptate Ws.;
Groceries and Provisions,
Wood, and Stone Ware,
And everything that is usually kept In a First
Class Family Grocery.
ALL COORS SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH.
The best brands of
Erie County Flour.
Always on Hand. Cali' and examine prices.
gir Goods delivered free In any part or the
city or South Erie. oe3-tf
I 0 Ira at ;4'4Mcif WA :31 fi ot
MILE UNDERSIGNED having purchased the
well known Livery Stand heretofore occu
pied by Wm. J. Sterrett, desires to inform his
friends and the public that he will continue the
bnsines.9, 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 so to conduct the estab
lishment as to give satisfaction.. Those who
want to obtain 'the services of a good team will
dud me ready at ail tithes to accommodate them
at reasonable prices.
Recollect the place, Stetrett's Old Stand, Fifth
street rear of the Reed House.
+lo.Wortf. . THOS. LEESON.
GERMAN SAYINGS INSTITUTION, .
Corner I±llEchtli and ffritote bite;.
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Tills Inqitntlon Is now open for the transac
tion of business.
Orrictiliouits: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
SATURDAYS : 9 A. 31. to S
Six Per Cent. Interest mill be Given by this
Institution to Regular Depositors.
J. Eiclieninub, P. A. Recker, F. P. Liebe
F. Schneider, John Gensheltner.
John Gensliehner • Prestdeut.
blatthew Sehlaudeeker, • Treasurer.
F. Schneider, .Secretary.
James P. Crook, baring taken in his son Jas.
E., as a partner, on the Ist day of April, un
der tho tine name of flames Crook & Son, de
sires to haven settlement of his old accounts.
All person 4 knowing themselves indebted to
hlm are mom. ..led to callittid !Mlle without de
JAMES P. CROOK >S SON,
And Manufacturers; of
WINDOW SASH, FRAMES, DOORS & BLINDS
Mouldings and Picket Fence, Scroll Sawing
Matching uud Planing ilone to order.
Shop on Peach ISt..
Between Fourth and Fifth Stu:, Erie, Pa.
We respectfully call the attention of the pub
lieto 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 confident of giving satisfac
tion. Orders from abroad will receive prompt
JAMES P. CROOK & SON
National Claim Ageng
01lice in Flirrar Hall Bulicling„ Erie, l'a.
All claimants for extra bounty allowed by lute
acts of Congress, eon hare the same promptly
collected by sending their discharges to me, the
receipt of which will be promptly acknowictig.
ed and instructions returned:
INCREASE OF PENSIONS.
$l5 per month for the tonal loss of use of either
leg or arm, Instead of S. t 2 per month for each
minor child of deceased soldiers or Seamen.
Also, other Increases.
ADDITIONAL FOR VOL. OFFICERS of U.
Three months pay proper for all In service
March iii, and discharged after April oth, 1366.
Claims for arrears of pay, and pensions, and
bounty, promptly collected. ,Unequalled local
ities for closing and completing claims. Allow
ance to prisoners of war collected. Only agency
in North-Wehtern Pennsylvania where years of
experience In the Lt. S. Treasury can be found.,
Thankful fur the very liberal patronage be
stowed in the past, we hope by Increre expe
rience and unremitting attention to patrons, to
secure their continued favor. thlleo in Farrar
h alt nalltling. Address.. _ _
S. TODD PERLEY
Lock fox 101, Erie, Pa
1117 GII-t f.
.7. W. A. S.'" 11. 111 S,
Dealer in Furniture !
Having purchased the entire stock of Furni
ture of Messrs. Moore it Mkt, I respectfully
ask my old customers and the public generally
to give me a cult at the old stand,
NO. 715 STATE STREET,
Before purchasing elsewhere. I have a large
Parlor, Chamber and Bed Roma Setq !
BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS, TABLES,
And, In fact everytliinin the line of FUrnittire.
I am prepared tomanufacturetoorder any style
that may be galled for. Remember, No. 7L,
State street, east side, between Seventh and
ap2'67-t JOHN *, AIRES.
THE ELEGANT STORE ROOM now occupied
by G. W. Goodrich.. No. 425 State street, will
be for rent from April Ist. Rent $7OO. Eng nire
of • • WM. A. GALES
BARNU - 31 - , -
'DRUGS, MEDI(NES, FANCY GOODS,
PERFUMERY TOILET SOAPS,
lIAIII -‘ OIL ,
BRV3HF.9, 4 ' ('OLOGNE,
1 3, A. INTS.
Linseed Oils, Turpentines, Varnish, Mydronac
ters of all kinds,
PURE LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL PURPOSE,
London Porter and fkotch Ale.
Prescriptions darefullydispensed. All articles
sold by me are warranted to be precisely as rep
resented. No trouble to show goods. Remem
ber the mune and place,
• BARNUM, 1311 Peach Street,
ape PG7-iy. South of the Depot.
FAIRVIEW STATION, Sept. 10, 1S C 7
The Subscriber would respectfully inform - the
Farmers of Fairview and vicinity-, that be is
prepared to pay
THE }LIMIEST HARKET PRICE
for all idnibi 'of Farm Prodnee delivered At
Falrylorr Station. Also, keeps on liana for
DITCH! NOTTS AND ANTHRACITE COAL,
as eticap ng can be lind elsewhere. Abi„ has
the agency of Hapgood, Young 4t Co.'s S perior
Cast Steel Plows, Sulkey Cultivatons, Walce
Jones' Self-Dumping Wheel Hay Rake, to.
And has a superior lot of March full blood and
SUFFOLK AND CIIKTEItWIIITE PIGS!
sepl9'67-Iy. • A. STONE.
Having associated with me on the Ist of Janua
ry Andrew Mayer, in the
BOOT & SHOE BUSINESS,
The firm will be known as C. Englehart & Co..
and the business will be carried on as hereto
fore at No. 19 West Park, Erie, i'a.
Buy Silver Tipped Shoes for your children. A
majority of the children wear holes in the toes
of their shoes Inn very few days; then the shoes
are soon worthless; and a now 1 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 wwir out at the toe, and
make a pair of shoes last three times as long as
without Tips. Leather Caps have been worn to
some extent, but they have proved worthless.
Silver Tips have a neat and substantial appear
ance, and de away entirely with the disagree.
able sight of dirty stockings and protruding
toes. We 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 large and fashionable assortmeut of Ladies'
and Gents' Flue and Heavy goods, at the lowest'
mr14117-tf. C. ENGLEIIART & CO.
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per published in Pennsylvania. It has lately
tarn greatly improved in all respects, and is
Just such a paper as every Democrat, should
The publishers of the Intelligeneer regard It;
tole the duty of every• Democrat to support his
county papers in preference to any other• but as
there are many who will be likely to subscribe
for more than one paper during the pending
Presidential campaign, they have. concluded
to offer the Weekly In telligeneer at the follow
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rier- Persons wishing to sell real estate can Lind
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I ntelligen eer. Address
my?. H. G. SMITH i CO, Lancaster, Pa.
Having purehnsed 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 h im self that he will at all times try to
Flour, Feed and Grain
At the lowest price foi cash In hand. Fromituy
long experience In ' this 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 attenUon to my business and their wants,
to merit a continuance of their patronage In the
THE HEELLING, FLOUR, FEED,
AND GRAIN BUSINESS,
Will be continued, in all its deparjahents, at the
ERIE MILLS, PARADE S7EET,
aml the Store,
EAST PA. it If. 11. 00
Between Brown's Hotel and Reed House,
Where the public will find a good stock always
for sale, with competent and polite men on
hand to supply their wants.
ap2slrl-IY. , IL B. HAVEILSTICK.
JARECKI & METZ,
1123 State St., 'Erie, Pa.;
Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of
BRASS WORKS, .
Gas, Steam and Lead Pipe,
. CISTERN, FORCE & WELL PUMPS,
II 0 S E ,
Sheet Brass and Brass Wire.
We also manufacture
LIGHTNING RODS, SUCKER RODS,
srslss Castlawss,. :
And the Celebrated
Four 'Cup Ball Valve !
tienerally used hi the oil regions
Blank Book Manufactory !
We would res pee t Tully announce to the pnlilie
that we have opeuett a
BOOK 1.3 11%113 F 111.1( ,
and aro prepared to do 'ma k In any branch of
Of all hinds, on hand and made to order, and
ruled to any pattern-destred.
MAGAZINES AND OLD BOONS,
110und acid mpaired in the beBt !style
Reystone National Bardc_, Cornor State and
Bth Streets, Erie, Pa.
E. M. COLE & SON
Book Agents Wanted.
F , ..1 OR WOMEN, in every township, villag,e
ill and city, for a splendid work, briM full of
entertainment and - instruction, and the best
selling hook in the field—Baker's andoratlon
of the Nile Tributaries of Abyssinia. 'The Nile
mystery solved; the country, climate, soil, pro
ductions, natural scenery' habits and eustoms
of the people; exciting adventures in hunting
elephants, lions, buffaloes, ridnoeores, hippota
mus, etc. Book agents every - where will find it
to their interest to examine this wor Mpeci
nidn pages furnklusl. tint canvassers are bar
ing great sueerNs. Ladles sell it rapidly and
Make large wages.
"An admiranle record of seicat itleetplornt ion,
geographical discovery, and personal :elven
ture."—N. Y. Tribune.
"It is Issued in a Tory attractive form, and is
vs entertaining as a romance."—Boaton Jour -
nal. O. I). CASH do CO., Publishera„
myll. Hartford. Conn.
- 21•0 S MINTING of every kind, in large or
0 small quantities, plain or colored, done in
the best style, and at moderate prices, as the
Hoop Skirt & Corset Depot!
New York Hoop Skirt Moonfactory,
4.00t0 sTATr. BT.
Neat, Light, Fashiona
NATHAN COHEN respectfully informs the
ladles of Erie and surrounding country that
ho has' on hand a large assortment of Hoop
Skirts, of all sizes and styles, of his 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, he is confident of his
ability to giro entire satisfaction to all' those
Who may favor him with a call. if tiny of his
make will break within one year, they will be
repaired, and no charges made.
Old Skirts repaired, altered and shaped as
now. New Skirts made to order at the shortest
notice. A splendid and large stook of all kitids
of Corsets and Corset Steels constantly kept on
hand. Country merchants supplied at the very
lowest rates. NATHAN COHEN,
No. 1008 State street, Erie, Pa,
A.ultharlzeci Capital $500,000.
CAPITAL PAID IN mrco.
THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK
opened for business on -
MONDAY, DECEMBER 12TH, 1844,
In the banking office previously occupied by the
Merchant's Bank, Brown's Building, north-east
corner of State street and public Park.
W3I, L. SCOTT, Prest, WM. C. CURRY, Cash.
WM. L. SCOTT, of firm of J. Hearn & Co., Coal
JOS. 3VCARTER,- of firm of Selden, Bliss &
GEO. J. MORTON, Coal Dealer.
W. S. BROWN, Agent Buffalo & Erie R. R.
JOHN C. BURGESS, of firm of Clemens,Caugh
ey & Burgess, Wholesale Grocers.
O. E. CROUCH, of firm of Crouch & Bro., Flour
M. It. BARB, of firm of Barr, Johnson d: Sea
man, Stove Manufacturers.
F. F. FARRAR, of arm of Gray & Farrar,
J. DREISIGAKER, Giocer.
ERIE CITY IRON WORKS,
The Bradley Engine
A New Compound or
Double Cylinder Engine.
u rn m :•-;'T A. 31 rr AV I C.7T:
And in Warranted to gtx
FIFTY'TO ONE HUNDRED FEE CENT
More„ power than a Single C.% Under Engine
using the tante amount of steam.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
OIL STILLS AND TANKS:
Of all Descriptions. c
I : 0 al il:i kill) vizli
Mrs. John B. Perkins,
3rAN - rricrunEn OF
CONFIFICICIONFIIM , IS:!
Foreign & Domestic Fruits,
NO S'2l. STATE ST., CORNER NINTI
Pine Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Peaches,
tiways ,on hand in their season
Parties promptly furnished with every de
scription of CAKE, PYRAMIDS, ICES, ETC.
The nicest store west of New York.
'knew and well ',elected Stock of
Stoves, Tin, Japanned, Brittania and
CISTERN AND WELL PIIMPS,
Itruse Furnishing, CooiN
PATTERSON & AVERY
French St., Eric, Pa
We also have a large and well arranged shop,
with all the MOderu Improvements fur manu
facturing tin ware of every description, and
with a corps of competent workmen, under the
supervision of Mr. C. Avery (who has had many
years'experience in city work). We are fully pre
sired to do. Job work of all kinds with neatness
and dispatch. Are well posted insetting hot air
furnaces, routing, etc. Call and see its and ex
amine our stoeh. nth hritS-I.v.
ritTIE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing
1 between the undersigned, in the Planing
:kiln, Door, Sash and Blind business, under the
firm name of Jacob Bootz & Co., was dissolved
by mutual consent on the 21st day of June, 18t7.
The business will be continued by Jacob Bootz,
who isauthorized to settle all the accounts of
the late firm. JACOB BOOTZ,
The undersigned, intending to continue the
abova business, at the old StVllO. west side ot
Peach, between I.lllh and l:ttii stn to
call the attention of the public to lid',--
for supplying them with anything it, 1,
Lumber planed to order, and scroll sawing of
all kinds done. ' Sash, Doors and Blinds furn
ished to order. All kinds of Lumber on band,
together with Shingles and'Lath. In fact, eve
rything that is usually dealt in or done at first
class establishments of the kind. 'Thankful for
past kind favofS,' I respectfully solicit a con
tinuance of the same.
V. A. - WIBI.II - AQO..
Country Produce,, Groceries, Provistouo,
WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS,
Tobacco, Crockery Ware, Fruits, Nuts, &e.,
No. 814 :State Street.
West side, between Bth and 9th Streets, Erie, Pm.
Cann paid for country produce
F. A. WEBER. my2l-tf. W. ERHART
L. 13. cirp.v.A. - iamai.,
D} IGNER & DECORATIVE ARTIST I
Neatest, Cheapest. and Best Sign Fainting West
of Now York City. •
Frescoed In the neatest style of the art.
'General Designing, Drafting of Models for the
Patent Office and every description of Orna
mental Painting executed promptly. Rooms in
Farrar Mall, No. a, second iloor apll'67-tf.
MACCO ANTI CIGARS.
The place to get n choice article of Tobacco,
Snuff and (Agora to at
E. R. WELSHMAN'S 1318 PEAOH ST.,
South of the Union Depot.
Aiwaya on hand a good assortment of the
above articles of every grade, wholesale and re
tell. AlstP, Pipes, Pouches, Boxes and Smokers'
Articles of every description. Please favor me
-with a call. Don't forget the place, 1364 Peaeh
THE LATEST PITBLISIItb
s e nt to nup Add
Acicir rewsi onminr,lteecipt ep
Pr i .
0. J. 'WILLARD,
No. 543 Broadway, New 'fork
"If Couldn't How Could r; a
song by Hopkins ..... ... . .........
"Cross Ober Jordan"; by Dan ..............
"Kiss Me as of Old, Mother" song
"winkingin of Old Friends'; by W,p;:, ll :_- Ti
......... . ....
"Waiting Still for Thee"; ballad .....
"Stars of Promise"; bal, ad be
"Pleasant Memories"; by J. P.. Tlioittg
There's a Knocking M. the Door of Hy
comic song by Watson .............. _ ,
"Leaves that Fall In Spring"; by .1. h. Tii;;3
"Ao der Brier Rose s My Mollie";
"Angel of Beauty" flanks, ; by H. _
"Cottage Rase"; song by Keeler.... .„.
"Sneezing Song”; by Howard Penis . ... -^
Beautiful !And of My Dr an
"Meet Me, Darling, on Tonight''.. -Z
"Write Me a Song of My Father"; by f -r•
"I Could lot Help but Stay - : .. ...
"I'm Lingering at the Garden Gaie";..
"Friends We Loved in Former Years' •
"In too Meadow"; ballad by if. Croft 7
"Come to My Heart Ye Faded Flow.._ .
"Sweet Good Night"; by H. I'. bang =a'
"My Beautiful Pearl"; by H. P. Dank, I_7
"Katy Drew'_,.'• song and chorus by H. b mk ir"
"Home of My Youth"; bass song by 111,'
"Father,We Watched at the Window for y, A , ."
song and chorus by Keeler ....... ... ...
"Memories of the Past"; by Stephen Ilar t c
"It seems but the Other Day"; by J, It Tht.ni,
"Years Ago"; by J. B. Thomas
"Clara Kane"; .song by Holder
"Jesus, Saviour of My Soul"; sacred- som y
tenor and alto voices, with chorus, by 'w. f .
"Like Noah's Weary Dote"; sacred-eer u ,
contralto and chorus
"Softly Now the Light of Day". sacred-el%
solos :or soprano, tenor, with
"Be Joyful in t..e Lord','• by H.P. Danlo.
"Cast Thy Burden on the Lord"; solos f.a
prano and tenor, by Buford
"Savior, Source of 'ery Blessing' ;....
"To Deum"• B fiat, by Hanley - t
"It In a Good Thing to Give Thanks"; soles;. ?
soprano and bass
"Praise the Lord, 0 My Soul"; solos for nopy
do and tenor-
A new School Book, "Nine o'clock In t,
morning"; by Henry Tucker
Address Orders •
0. J. WILLARD,
No. 74:1Broadw.w, ', p
Whole,ale , Agent for the City and State cf - Nat
York for the celebrated
- 6 VOSIE "
Are strictly speaking first class, and i4s,
failed to become the LEADING PIANO stern:
er introduced. Dealers will be supplied
Lowest Wholesale Rates and guaranteedpau t :
lion. Large Illustrated price liscgivins cans
likeness from photographs, sent to any
on application. Address
O. S. WILLARD,
;Wholesale Agent 543 Broadway, New Ir.a.
S. D. & H. W. SMITH'S
0. J. Willard, Wholesale .1;enl.
New anti beautiful In design and workinanth.r.
—are made rom the best of material. Wert
with great care, having a smooth pipe onm
quality of tone, Yet d.-ep and mellow. Are ttr.
lhhed in highly polished Black Walnut ani
Rosewood Case., with double bellows, douLi
blow pedals, knee Swells , etc. All havethe ita
mole stop, with which the most beautiful effeea
can be produced. Send for illustrated price la:
giving full particulars. Address
U. J. WILL.ARD,
jal7-tf. 513 Broadway, N. y.
Prices at a large discount below inanasurz•
en,' prices. Every instrument warranted fcr
Also, the best Sewing Machines constar
on hand. Every Machine warranted forth:it
SIS State street, Eile, Pa.
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Corner of Rolland and Sixth Streets(
Greenbacks for Bonds,
If "legal tendt.r," are good enough fir
ilier, merchant, farmer, mechanic. Lrtier•
er, and all others who pay tan'.,
they are tt,,ad enough for
rich libialholiters who
pay no taxes.
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the latest intelligence from all parts of I'
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Circulation lamer than any Radical week!) 10
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Rump—late telegrams, cable, local and meak , t
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ntrs'&l. - tsburgb,
n M. HUNTER has removed from (US
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doors west of the American liote,
west Park, where he has nivery fine line of
HATS, CAPS,. &C., 45Za,
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