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The Noble Block Pry Goods Store !
GREAT AND GRAND OPENING GP
SPRING AND SUMER DRESS GOODS !
SiC) o.t )00 W th Or N and Desirable Patterns,
For Ladlo , -; and Mlsscv, Con9lstlntt In part of
mner Silks, Tkussett Mixtures, Chem Poplins, Pequns,
oRANDIES, LAWNS, fIitARSAILLES, WHITE AND PLAIN RUFF
WHITE GOODS, AND GREAT VARIETY !
NAINStti }RS, .L\ CON sw 1K.44:14, ETC
Marsailles Quills from 2.511) and lrpwards.
. I ..
.“ I.IIY no refuse
- We kerp all kin.ls of p.n0,14 usually called for Ina ihst-elass Dry Goods Rtßa lillol , art tele,.
goods, M_ .1 ktule3vor ty keep thane that will plea.. all Who want goo.' •
1 ,,) ACHILL & CO
. . .
EDSON. (- .9
To III: qoLDIAWAY DoWN BELOW THE mAirLET,
superi. ,..,. any in Town
Very liandyarne Patternv,
TILE LARGEST STOCK - OF PRINTS IN TOWN,
Consk ri L f Merrimac, ispni4sP , , Americans, Coeliecoes, and all rdlirr popular run.lies
FULL LINE OF PINK ACID WHITE AUNTS,
hint everybody has been railing fOr,atl can now be supplied with. They aregoing like the dew
13 T,.y:A_thilfm - ) ivibusi_antis !
r 1 '• s t: . 1 s • • is .1.
20,000 Yards Cheap- Muslin,
We lun•c just received from the, .11limufactoly
50,000 Yards of Brown Raslins
chat we arc willing that our customers should carry away, as we have not room for them. Our
r - - counters aro loaded down with Domestic Goods, bought previous to the
LATE ADVANCE IN THE EASTERN MARKET !
Now is the time to but, before they go higher.
CALL AT TIM LIVE STORE 01"
Edson, Churchill & Co.,
Next door South of the Post. Office.
Stove, Tin and 'House Furnishing Hardware
FOR THE SPRING TRADE.
At the Store of W. G. Gardner,
:f , XI): .4 1 4; *11444 0:1P) It:§11 1 ti:0111:4 :ke ;TAI
RECEIVING AND IN STORE,
StoveS,of the most Improved Patterns,
Plain and Japanned Tin Ware, Table and Pocket Cutlery. and
House Furnishing Goods Generally,
AT THE VIEUY LOWEST PRICE S
MILK PANS AND. PAILS by the Quantity and In Small Lots, Ckeap. ROOF' N(i.and all kinds
of Jobbing In TIN, SHEE2 IRON and COPPER done at the Mon to=t notice by p, itt work
men, and at the Lowest Prlees.
I-IC) rir AIR. IFILTII.IN ACTS !
- Particular attention given to Heating Churches and other public and private I.uildings with
Hot Air. Surveys anti estimate:, made free of charge.
Home Comforter Cooking Stove, for Wood and Coal.
Wou'd call particular attention to the above Stove. Any ono wlshing a STRICTLY first-class
stove, would do well to examine this celebrated Move before purchasing any other,
WE WARRANT THIS STOVE
Quickest and Most Even_ aker
THE MOST • DURABLE,
The Most Economical in Fuel,
And to be made of the best tnaterial of any Sto
in the World.
A CAREFUL EXAMINATION OF THIS STON
Old Stoves, Copper, Brass, Rags, &c., &e., taken in exchange for goods, at the notiae
Furnishing Store of
11.75 T ItECEIVED, STOt•iC O}
7- "" and Drab---Mendid Goods;
TM: LARGEST STOCK. OF
From S to 12 1-2 Cents'.
FOR WOOD AND Cont.,
W. G. GAIIDIN.EII, South of the Depot, Erie, Pa.
No. :3 Noble Mock.
Farniers and Others,
\34111->z, ELF...SW.IN; BEANS, LurrEl
.FLAX, corrox, FURS AN!) 4K!NS,
IatIED AND uliErp; viturrf4,
(iILIIN, \VOUL, P:51.11
TILT, NA, \'A I, hT )Rl.l-;
110 Ps , ul:sasENG,
' OHS, LAIRD,
- JOSIAH CARPENTER.
“61 . 1 umumission Merchant
442, 444 and 440 Washington St.:,
And receive his weekly Price Current of Pro
duce and Groceries, the most complete Price
Current published In the United Stat.,
81'114" """ utitENT
Marking Plate, and Cura.• Furnished Free
Libtral Advances Made on Consignments.
F.STAIILIS111:1) .IIY I,
Fit,f as, reference, glreill when miulrucl.
LATEST & BEST!
THE GI AT ,
Button Thole, Overseaming
SEWING MACHINE I
Is warranted to execute in the beet man
ner every variety of Sewing, Hemming,
Felling, Cording, Tucking, Braiding, Oath,
ering, qullting, - Overseanting, Embroider
ing on' the edge, and In addition tnakex
beautiful Button and Eyelet ;soles lu all
ZT lIAS NO EQUAL
Being absolutely the best
In the-World, and Intrhualeally the Cheap
est, for it is two Mach Inev combined In one
by a simple and beautiful mechanical ar
Circulars with full particular: and sam
ples of work done on thin machine, can be
had on application at the
HALER-ROOMS OF TILE COMPANY.
Sonth-West Corner at Eleventh end
Chestnut Sts., 1 r
PHI LADELPI II A
Instructions given on the Ma litne gra
tultowily to all purelment.
ACr N'l'f4 WAloVrn• 1:1
To Sell this Maclllutiv.l
C. B. Kingsbury,
714 State Street St., Erie,
Agent for Erie, Warren and Crawford
NCI 31012. M 15A.1_,13 DOS Z
NO MORE GRAY LOCKS.
Dr. Leon's Electric Hair Renewer
Is pronounced by all who have used it the
very best preparation for the hair. It is aposi
tlve cure for baldness, eradicates dandruff and
humors, stops the hair from falling out, and
speedily restores gray locks to their original=
It operates on the secretions and fills the
glands with now life and coloring matter, Thin,
dead, faded or gray hair will always be brought
hack, by a few applications, to Its youthful
abundance, Vitality and color.
It makes the hair soft, glossy, 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. Tho sales
are cuormous.aud It is a universal favorite with
old and young of both seim •
Sold by Druggists throughout the United
States. Address all orders to
ZI EU LER, &sM ITII , Sole Proprietor;
'Lll North TWrd•St., Philadelphia.
(100 D NEWS FOR MOTIIERS.
Mothers, are you oppressed with anxiety for
your little ones? Are your slumbers and hearts
broken by their cries? 12/0 you- (mate in the
morning unrefreshed and apprehensive? If FO,
procure a bottle of Dr. Leon's Infant ,Itemedy,
and ,vou will have no more Weary hours. of
watching and anxiety.
DR. LEON'S INFANT REMEDY
has good the test. of years, Thousands of nurs
es and. 'neaten; bear witness that It never fails
to give relief If used In season. It is a mild.yet
sure and speedy cure for colic,eramps and pants,
and is Invaluable for all complaints Incident to
Kohl .hy Druggists throughout the 'United
States. .I,ldress all orders to •
ZIEGLER S SSIITII, Sole Proprietors,
137 North Third St.; p.l.lll4delpisiu:
SILVER'S WASH' POW DER !
Sac thne, lithor and money—makea Wash
ing a pastime and Monday a Festival. tiold
everywhere. Try It. Address .all orders to the
ZIEGLER at SMITII, Sole Proprietors,
I= North Third St., Philadelphia,
- t.124 siat6"st.
Particular at tentloicelven to the uttroiliictlon
of M'aier, iiteitin and Gas Pipes into Hotels,
Stores and, liwetfinir Iliiii , ,es; also, the titling
up of Copper neuters, Tubs, Showers,
Wash Stunts and other Wbrk, by experleneeil
worlrinen and on red:aim:o4e terms.
CoalSlimily oil band awl fur salt, a full line of
Plumber's :Slate' has, Copper isHeaters, Bath
Tubs, Water Closets, Wash Basins, Showers,
Pumps, Brass Work, Wrought Iron Oat and
Water l'ipe, NVater'Ploo iron Flt
Also. a large stockof Gas Fixtures, Clutude-
Hers, Pendants, Brackets, 'Hall Lights. 'cropLights, Wand Lights, .Cigar Lighters, Shaties,
Giubetcliahher Ruse, tfe. , '
4-• Orders froulthe eo u
o ntrY Prinnptly ntt!nid
GEO. L. IfilltaAnD,
Ilas removed to Whittieh's .1110 - ek, corner of
State and' Tenth Streets, Erie, Pe. ' where he
has opened a ' -
LARGELY INCHEISED STOCK
Of groceries, Fruits, Negetables, Provisions
sud everything usually - kept In a arst-class
grocery c%tabllslument. NVe are determined uot,
to be surpassed, and invite all who s - azt , any
thing In our llne to call, feeling assured that we
shale able to give satbiLlottort both as tooutd-
Hy of goods . and prices. , '
Conntiy Yrbdnce Bought and: Sold.
We have opened
+Produce Le ?mato We-pleklue ourselves to
Rem 'the b gU%st market. pie° for sill utleles
eAtrustp4 to oar care. • - • •
DEILLEIIS : , IR TITE ADJOINT/q0 -Tenv'Ss,
.11.ndan. - tho Llires of liallroad,
' '" ' Suppited with
,P)14W11,, VEGET.kwits,- inv. •
.:3Lsoiga*rOof- , • ,
. And is Ole otherpramis of
F L I _
NO. Cff PENN STENEn
'Mine Men Must Rule America.
CUBS FOIL 1868-CLUBS FOR 1868.
The Best New York Weekly Published.
NEW YORK' DAY BOOK !
Th, , New York Day-Book is a straightforward
Radical Democratic pat - fer, with a larger circu
lation than any other Democratic Journal ever
published on this mmtinent, and it enters on
the threshold of lei fuori.rosperous and more
hopeful of the great cause 11t ntfhOlds than ever
before. Standing on the Declaration of Inde
pendence, that "all (white) men are equal," and
therefore entitled to equal rights,
it Ls opposed
to all loons and degrees of speeial legislation
that conflict With this grand central truth of
Demoeraey, and os er all and Man e all; does It
combat that •monstrons treason to American
liberty, whielt, thrusting the negro element in
to our political system;must ut nbcessity wreck
the whole mighty fabric left us by our fathers.
God has created white men superior and ne
groes Inferior, and therefore all the efforts of
ho past six years to abolish His work and
equalize with negroes—every law violated; eve
ry State Constitution overthrown, ea-cry life
sacrineed and every dollar =expended; are ne
arily ust so many steps* towards national
suicide; and the simple and awful problem now
upon us Isjust this—shall we recover our rea
son and retrace our steps, or march on to Mon
grelism, social anarchy, and the total ruin of
our country. r •
The Day Book, therefore, demands the rents
ration of the "Uhler( as-it wits"—a Union or co
.equal States upon-the white basis, as the only
hope, and the only means poslble under heaven
for saving the grand ideas of 1776 and the fund
amental priciples of American liberty, and if
the rear freemen, and the earnest believers in
that sacred and 'glorious cause In which the
men or the Revolution offered up their liv.
will nbw labor to exposethe ignoran ton
and treason of the Mono eluarts-, will sue.
cced, and the Whitc It.ptffilic Wa-affgton
be restored Jumle In all Ifs oute.oe‘i inilnence
The Day Book will, however, hen-alter be
more than ever devoted to all the varied puma
nes of u news paper. Conscious that It reach
es thousands of• families who take no other
Journal, beyond perhaps their 1,..,..'
will continue and improve Its "News of the
Week" summary, so as to present a transcript
of the World's events in each issue. Zanifitlilf
ily DeristrlawanGV.e.e." Its "Agricultural Depart
ment"- will bo fully sustained, and being the•
only paper of its class made up expressly for
country circulation, it is confidentit is worth
double the price of a weekly hurriedly reprint
ed from a daily. It gives- full and complete re
ports of the New York and Albany Cattle Mar
kets; Grain, Provisions and Cotton Markets,
and a Weekly review of Financial matters, to
gether with the markets, by telegraph front
:New Orleans, Cairo, Charleston, Philadelphia,
&e., up to time of going to press.
Tering—Cash in Advance. --
One copy one year ;..3 P 1
Three copies one year 5 50
Flt e copies one year, and one to the getter
up of the club 10 00
Ten copies one year, and one to the getter _
up of the elug.
Twenty copies one year, and one to the get
ter up uf the club
Specimen copies sent free. Send for a
copy. Address,, giving post °Mee, county and
State in full, VAN FfVIIIE, lit/RV/NA: VO,
deck: Noiti2 Nassau St„ New Tot*.
Cor. of Penn ant St. Clair Streets,
The Largest, Cheapest nod most Sums:MO ,
Practical Business, College
Fifteen Thousand Students
From Thirty - Three &Wes In Ten Years
FOR LARGE QUARTO Cliiii:EL
Contatiling full Information, 'Outline of Conne
of Study, eaunples of Cowley'g
Prerhium Peri Tn aTlßbip
View of the college Building, different De
tartruents, City of Pittsburgh, etc., etc., address
THE BURDETT CELESTE
PARLOR AND CHURCH
With "Harmonic Cele Ste" and "Vox Huma
na" attachments. The "Harmonic Celeste" im
parte a wonderful clearness and richness to the
tone, and must be heard to be appreciated, and
the "Vox Humana," besides being indeseriba-,
bly sweet, is almost a perfect Imitation of a hu
man voice. Also,
Pianos, Melodeons, Guitars, Aceordeoits,
ETC., AND NEW MUSIC
Received as Soon as Published.
Second hand Pianos taken in exchange for
new ones. Pianos and Melodeons to rent.
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED.
Grover dt 131tk - er
SEWING MACHINE DEPOT
npat-ef. No. MI state Street, Erie, Pa. ~
.V.rt,l.M Al'Alttla.l-1 WOItICIS.
1-1 1 10. 1010 Peach Street, between 10 th and
Monuments, • Tombstones, Marble 0 , and
Kato Mantles, fte.
have on hand a largo ',assortment of monu
ments and hetwdgpnes of various styles, In
American and Italian marble, and ti corps of
the best workmen In the State. All orders
be ptomptly attended to and Kati:traction guar
anteed. My work. Pt warranted unsurpassed,
and I cannot be undersold by any one.. Orden !
and Inspection of stock and prletm sol felted.
An Ihdeperident 'DAS , Newspaper, pOlitleal
and general, giving all,the News in a fresh, read -
able, attractive manner, • condensed ao that a
business man can find time to read the whale.
Charles A. Dana, Editor and 3lunager: Price . 4 :0
a Year. ma) fur three moonlit.
Prepared with' reat can; for eountry sulNerl
bend. Political new thoroughly' condensed.
Farmers' Club fully reported. Atarkets accu
rately given. 'Horticultural and Agricultural
Department odltetLby Audrey S. Fuller. Great
variety of interesting miscellaneOus reading,
malting It a tint-rate OENERAL FAIIILY
NEWSPAPER. Those who whdr for ce WM
oughly'rellable paper for the pending must Im
portant Presidential Quhpalsin. wIIrfInIPTILE
WEEKLY SUN ezactly what they need. Price,
SI a your; i copies to one address, 817 ; .50 copies
to one addrms, e.r450; lOU copies to one address
TEE 1314511-IATEEKLY BUN.
Same size and character as the - Weekly, but
fun. fishing twice as much reading matter, and:
giving the news with greater freshness. Ureat
pains will also be taken in making up therm:Mt
n:al news of the day for this wiper, so that the
reader. whatever be his patties, Will find the
SEMI-WEEKLY SUN to be - an accurate and
colnprehensive compendium of political infor
mation. In fact, we sperm` that this shall bo
the most valuable campaign paper Lathe coun
try. Price, sa a year r U copies to one address,
$18; al copies to one address, SU; Simples to
One address, always in 'advance. , Address,
my -Bw. TUE SUN, New York City.
Peach 'Street, aboie the Banda - Road,
IrA.l\nr" dt. CO„.. •
• 3t-iSVPVECIVILET OP .
i'AilisOß, COOK . AND OFFICE STOVES,
AND SHEET IRON WARE,
- THE: tEiEBRATED (ZILTIS PLOW!
And all kinds of Iron Castilla
Every Stove sold by us is warranted to give
satisfachoir. Kettles, Sleigh Slicers, Sad Irons,
ste., tat hand and manufactured to order. flows
awl Plow Points of superior make araldurablll
ty always ou hand.. do call and a .lair trial of
our articles is all we ash.
• raiSSY3-tf.. • TIKNRY. BRYANT & CO. -
liVrrErts TESTAMENTARY to the. est a te of
* James, billet, late , of Girard towns_ hap de—
ceased, kayo been granted to the sulmai , ten.
Alt perk= indebted tb the agate are tecideeted
to nudteinzmediate ;zeta, and those haying
.etatamt or dergenda nst the estate of the de-
Cauqict 401113:take k . the Bathe wlthohteo.
lay* JAMES Id ItLES,
• • _.J. ROBERT HALL ,
J. W. WETMOUE, ,
IN THE UNITED STATES.
M.: A. DUNNING,
The New York - Bun,
J.' EICIIENLAUB & CO.,
BOOTS & SHOES !
No. 62S State-Street.
We have Jest needled, :led plep.iled for pub
lic Inspection, am:minion' -dock 'of Itools,Smp.:,
(hatters, !tubbed, em., embracing every ileierip
tlon and varicta of Idiots, and a Mai for style,
qualit.S• and tinbill cannot be surpassed In the
market, all of which are uttered at late reduced
ratter. We , nNo pay especial and strict atten
CIJk.TOMI NVOIC,U. :
For 'which the finest collection of TA stlier: anr
kept on hand, and every Teen ity secured for
accommodating contotners prozotitty, :tti,l in a
style to renter perfvt.t , t: II ' , el I, to.. Part fen ?or
attention 1 , 4 . :11,0 Itittet,ql to oul"
No. t 3 West Seventh Street,
Where tttre W11,,11 , e0 , ,
no3s ladles', Misses :mil Children's: Roots,
Sinie%t, (lintels, I Le., of cvery variety and It Ind,
Having Irately enlargf .1 our manufactory by the
addition of new buildners and improved ma-.
cldnery, we :ire lilepared to >upPly the Trade
on short notice and :it tite lowest iniatZeLlirleeS.
AdJOll/111g this department arc connected our
LEATHER AND FINDINGS ROOMS!
Embracing Fr. - itch, German 1111,1 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' Meth* les we an 'sell as
low as any Eastern manufacturer, and mike to
order any kind of work wanting by tho Trade.
Thankful for the past liberal patronage of the
public, we respectfully solicit a continuance of
sets-tf. J, EICIERNLAUB & CO,
CHEAP CASH STORE.
A - ' ?ME I INI ,
„ Bth and g-nafe Sta.
Groceries anti Provisions
Wood, Willow •nd Stone Ware,
And everything that is usually kept in n Fire
Class Family Grocery,
ALL GOODS SOLD CHEAP FOR CASI
• The best brands of
• Erie Comity Flour,
Always oniland. Call and examina prices
1 Goods delivered free In any pait of the
city or South Erie. ocil-tf._
TUE UNDERSIGNED having purchased the
well known Livery Stand heretofore (seen
pled by Wm. J. Sterrett, desires to inform his
friends and the public that he will continue the
business, and invites their patronage.
THE &MCI,: will be largely Increased and In=
proved—new conveyances have been procured
and some of the beat livery horses in the coun
try. lam determined so to conduct the estab
lishment as to give satisfaction. -Thase who
Want to obtain the services of a good team will
find me ready at all times to accommodate them
at reasonable prices.
Recollect the place, Stetrett's Old Stand, Pifth
street e. rear of the Reed House.
jeS'artf. THOS. LE—NN ON.
GERMAN SAYINGS ENSTITUTIO,N,
Corner V:lizin-lx sand 14.1tate
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
This Institution is now open for the transac
tion of business.
.1. M. to 4 P. M.
A. SL. to 8 r.
Six Per Cent. intarest-AvAl. be Given by thin
Institution to Regular Depositors.
ADIRECTOpIi : .
J. Mellen P. A. Becher, P. P. Liebe
F. Schneider. :Jo; Seni.heinier,
'John Gensheinier, ,
Matthew Sellhaul ("titer,
F. Schneider... .........
James P. Crook, having t*lrmi in his son Jas.
E., as a partner, on theist day of April, 1863, 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. CllOO4. 45:: SON,
' Dealers In
ROUGH & PEANEID LUMBER,
And Manufacturers of -
WINDOW SASH, FRAMES, DOORS s BLINDS.
_ :don!dings and Picket Fence, Scroll Sawing,
~ .Matching and Planing done to order,
_ Shop on Peach St., - -
Between Fourth and Fifth Sta., Erie, Pa.
We respectfully call the attention of the pub
lic to our facilities ibr doing work in the best of
style, promptly and on reasonable teims. Hay
lag fitted up entirely new shops, with superior
machinery, we feel confident of giving satisfac
tion. Orders from abroad will receive prompt
TAMES P. CP.OOIC 45: SON
National,_ Claim- Agency
oino In Farrar Mal
, • All claimants for extra bounty alloi - ved by Mitt
acts of Congress, can have the same promptly
collected by )4ending their discharges to tno, the
recilipt of which will he,promptly acknowledg
ed and lustructionsreturned.
• INCREASE. OF TENSIONS.
$l5 per - montitfor the totalloss °Pose of either
leg or arin e instead of SA V:-'.p e V:-'.per month f .h
Minor child of deceased soldiers or ;seamen.
Also, other increases. . .
ADDITIONAL FOR voL. OFFICEIIS of Tr. S, A.
Threb months pay proper for all in service
Mardi 341,..and IlLsettargeti after April Sib. 1560:
Claims for arrears of pay, and penslotus, and
bounty, promptly collected. Unequalled fecal-
It fits for closing and completing claims. Allow
ance to prisoners of war bellect ed. Only agency
in North-Western Pennsylvania where Years of
experience In the U. S. Treasury can be found.
Tluinkful 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. Qftloo In Farrar
Hall Bnilding.• Address . •
S. TOli'D PER:Lrr
Lock Box 101. Erie, la.
W A. "kr,
Wholeaale and Retail
Dealei in Furniture
Having tI le ent ire stocit',of
taro' of 31eisrt. Sloan, & Itiblet, I resix•ctfulls
ask ow Lila eu.,tocac:a acid tic !albite general!)
to give toe a rail at the old
NO. 715" STATE SI 4 REET; •
Before pprehaNing eh.ewto.Te, have a largo
a..e..ortuient. of • •
Parlor;, Chamber and, Bed 'Room Sets !
BEDSTE &DS, C 11,111 1 ,5, TABLES,
And,ln fact everything in the line of Furniture.
I am prepared tomanursetdre tO Order. any style
that may be galled for. Reniernber, N0.•715
'State street, en.st stile, between Eleventh "arl
np25117-0.. sows W. AYRES.
" For Rent.
Lily ELEGANT STORE ROOM luny occupied
by G. W. Goodrich, Ne. Cr, State street, will
be for Sent.Parnatysit Ist. Rent free. -Enquire
of . WM. A. (.1.14RA ITU.
- naht-tr... •
DBMS, MEDWLNES, FANCY GOODS,
II A I, It •4, 0 1 1 1 ,
-p 0 WDEIC. e= f • I'd‘'l-;,
PreseriptiopscarefullyAlwenged._ art tele,
Bold by me are warr.tat. , l to be prt•cim•iv as rep
resent, d. -No trouhle to slow goods. Ittoneni
her the 11:1711C . Una 741 C..,
1"..1.1 7 -NVM, 1:;17 Pe:teh Stru .t,
:tit, 11'1;7-1y. son t nt !Kg.
FAIRVIEW SEATI4,::, Sept. 1141 Ba•
The Sul, ciher would respeM fully in folin the
Fanners of,Falkview and vicinity', thafi
preparcd to pay: .
411 M It . n.lllCV atfiN
Flan kw Station. Also, keep., on hand for
BITUMINOUS AND AANTIIR.I.cITE COAL,
us cheap /4ti can be bad clgewhere. Also, haS
the agency of Ilopgood, 'Voting Superior
Gast Steel Plows, Sulltey Cultivators, Wallace 6:
Jones' SAM-Dumplng Wheel hay Itake,
And bass superior lot of Starch full
SUFFOLK AND .CIIE.STKIL Will'TE
sepiT97-Iy. . A. STONE.
Having as,oclated With me on the tof Janua
ry* Andrew Mayer, In thc.• .
BOOT & SHOE BUSINESS,,
The firm will be known au C. Englebart. & Co.
and the 1/11Mtle.S8 will be carried on -lasliereto
fere at No. 19 West Park, Erie, Pa.
Dr. 1.1.1. IN
PERFUMERY TOILET SOAPS
A I N
oos, Turiwnt I Varn atom&
Ivr, of all land,
• . PATENT MEDICINES,
UiU I,IgrfOILS FOIL MEDICAL PIIILTOsES,
lundon Porter and SentelL.lle,
NI. NV r'11?. 31.
Buy Silver Tipped Shoes for your children. A
majority of the children wear holes in tlio toes
of their shoes In tivery few days; then the shoes
are soon worthless, and a new pair mast be
bought. Thu 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 (sps have been worn to
some extent, but they have proved worthless.
Silver Tips have a neat•and substantial appear
ance, and do nway 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 M be found in
the city, including tine Sewed shoes, nal monals,
Youths' Boots, &e., which we offer, together with
a largo and fashionable assortment of Ladies'
and Gents' Fine and Heavy goods, at the lowest
mrl4'67-tf. C. ENGLEHART & CO„
TIII IaRGE.ST CITEAPEST
Deinoeratie Journal in Pennsylvania
The Lancaster Intelligence.r established in
FM, has always been known as a first-class Pa
litleal and Faintly Newspaper. The Weekly
Intelligencer 1s no-tv the largest Democratic pa
per published in Pennsylvania. It has lately
been greatly improved in all respects, and is
Jest such a paper' as every Democrat should
The publishers of the lntelligencer regard it
to be the duty of every Democrat to support his
county papers in preference to any other; but es
there are many who will be likely to subscribe
for more than ono paper during tho pending
Presidential campaign, they have concinded
to offer the Weekly lutelligelicer at the follow
ing low rates:
Single copies, one year, $2,00; Fir eexiples KOO;
Ten copies $17,00; Twenty copies ,V32:0.1; Thirty
copies e-. 1,5,00; Fifty copies, to one address, li10)00;
Eighty copies, to one address, ViD,Ol). Daily In
telligencer i 3,5,00 per annum. .
Pert.on9 4'10.1111[4W sell real estate con Ilnd
no better advertising medium thou the Weekly
myT. H. G. SMITH Sc CO, Lanmster.
TI-II LND] RSIGNED,
rinvlda purchased the Interest ISt the Messrs
Vincents In the
FLOUR AND FEED BUSINESS
Of the into firm, could respectfully solicit a
continuance of favor from the friends and pa
trons of the house, and the public in
pledging 12h:itself that
ho will at all times try to
sell good and reliable
Flour, Feed and Grain
At the lowest priee for cash to hand. From ray
long experience In this branch of the trade, I
trust I know what tliepublir demand, and that
I am Prepared to meet that want.
Returning my thanks to tho'public for their
liberal patronage to me in the past, I hope by
strict attention to my business and their wants,
to merit a continuance of their patronage in the
THE MILLING, FLOUR, FEED
AND GRAIN BUSU(ESS,
Will be continued, In all Its delisqrmetifa, at the
' ERIE MILLS, PARADE STREET,
and the Store;
Betweentrown'AVOtel and Reed Home,
Where thepublic will find a good stock always
for stile, with competent. and polite wen on
band to supply their wants.
ap2.3W-15 - . a. B._ HAV ERSTICK.
JARECKI • & IVIETZ
112 a State St., Trie,l'a.,
..lianutitettuvrs_and Dealer:, In all laud, of
un Ass WORKS,
Gas, Steam aim! Lead Pipe,
CiSTERN, Amer. A: WELL 11.731P5,
II (I w. ,
tilt . eet Bpass nud Brass' Wire,
We algo mailutnetuie
RODS, SUCKER RODS,
Brass Castingl4' ,
And. the Celebratt d :
Four Cup Ball - Valve !
(lengrally mod In the oil regions
N • ,
Blank Book ,Ilinufactory.
'Wo would r4..speet (ally aupuuucetothe publ lc
that we hate 00.'1,1 a • '
and aro prepared to di; }work in any branch of
.Of all kinds, on hand and made to order, and
ruled to any pattern desired.
A l litt! . 'ool'l3ooKS,
Boum! surd repaired in tin; Gent style.
,lIINDERY . 4)VrIt
Xeystona National Bank„ Corner State and
ethStroeta, Erie, Pa.
• , „
•„ - •
auS-3.n, • COLE •54 SON. •
; Bbok ;Agents • Waiitril.
EN OR WOMEN, in every township t vilinge
.01. and city,- for a splendid work, brim full of
xatertandnant and lustructiort, and tho beat
riellhog book in the field—Baker's Exploration
of the Nile 'Pributarietiof Abyksinia:' Tito Nile
mystery solvedl, the country, climate s Ault, pro
ductions, natural scenery •, habits and customs
of the people.; exciting adventures in - hunting
elephanth,liuus,..lnalltioes, rhinoceros, hi ppo tn.
huts, etc,. 11..)oir.s.g.eills everywhere will Ilnd it
to their Interest to extuntne• this icor,. Spoil
mcn,pages furnh3lied. tine unuwasNens are hav
ing great sheee..... sell it rapidly and
make largo U•agni. " •
"Au acliulrablerve•Jr.lt.fseh otllleexplorettou,
ecnzrephleal discovery,' and personal milted'.
turer. , ,'—N. Y. Tttbatee.
It I,:itird in a rery altrartlve 'form, end is
t entertaining as, a- ronultuv "—Boston Jount
•rtal. U. 1). tAgi.: &CO:. Publishers,
• Hartford; Vonn„
7 013 PRINTING •of every kink iti Itt~o 'or
t j mann quantities, plain Qr calory-id, done in
the best style, and at moderato prlces, : at the
Hoop Skirj, & Corset
New York 11001) skirt ManuracWry,
LOW, OTV.I'A'F.I2.I 164 T,
iti4rca:-y/Lidt -- - - -c ,
144r . c,4V
' l7, I • . ,P4eit''rer 7r ":
1 .. 41 eal 11
'Pcia - z.---;-,lf-.4i?,:rviik'N - Kii),"
r,Neitt. -I.lght, IP:isltiontable and
- Sri - Yr:IEIS
ISATIIAN CI)1I EN Intorno , the
he ha 4 nn
01 all ,t;yl,,, own make,
told toattuf:.etur. ,,l of I !le h. th.NII,IO :der.] and
material. a Well he Will guarantee equal to any
in the market. II:1\ Ilig 111 eon...vier:o,le I r x
rlence in the tv• lee. 0,1 I. nt of ht.,
ability to vi‘c entire icc, .d 1 thos.•
who,may nil or wi tl, a , all, If :,1* of hh
make will bra ak within one year, ti,ey win tx,
rk paired, told no chat "-.
old 511r1-; r,paire.l, altered and tamped it.,
new. men' :skirts made to older to the tVit
.t Nitlvntin.l LUIZ , • 1.01•1: of all kinds
ut l'ol , ll , and eels constantly kept on
hand. I 'ounti y cl at the cery
10n.•..t rah , . N 11 H.IN COHEN,
ja2-tr. No. Agri Slade street, Eric., Pa.
Authorized Capital ;1:100,000.
CAPITAL PAID IS
THE , SECOND NATIONS!, RINK
oy;ened for btp,lnese on
MONDAY, LiECF:NI 11E11 12TII,
In the banking office previously occupied by the
Merchant', 8.,n1:, Brown*, Building, not th-ca.st
router or State street and public Park.
W.SI. L. scorr, Premt. WM. CURRY, Cash.
W:q. L. SCOTT, of tarns 1,1 J. Ilvarn ro., Coal
JOA, SITARTI , ..II., of firm of Sel,len, 1111.,4
3teCartor, - Builders.
OEO. J. NIOItTON, Coal I N , aler.
W. S. .P,III)WN, Afrent Iluffalo & Lrle R. It.
JOHN C. HI;II.GESS, of tiroi
O. E. CHOUCII, of firm of Cr ouch 4 Bro., Floor
3f. R. 1 L of firm of T:arr, Johnson &
F. F. FARRAR, of nun of Gray & Farrar,
J. DitEISIGAKE:II, Gruedr. dcrt:f.
ERIE CITY IRON WORKS,
i Rll . 7'A..
The Bradley Engine !
A New Compoutol or
Double Cylinder Engine,
U 1 IT i Nv
And Is Warnpitcd Logi%
FIFTY TO ONE HUNDRED FER CENT.
More power than a Single C,‘ tinder Engine
using the same amount of steam.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS I
OF ALL STYLF-S.
OIL STILLS AND IANKS!
Of all Det,criptioi,s
Mrs.. John B. Perl4"ns,
Foreign & Domestic Fruits
NO. 82'2 , TATE ST., CORNER NINTH
- EPIE, I'It? \.l
Fine Apples, Oranges,'Lethons, Peaches,
.AlwayB on hand in their wagon
Pttrtlett promptly turrit•thed trlth overt• dc
geription of Calif, I'YIL.I.IIIDS, ICE*, LTC
The nicest kt.cire west of New York.
A new and well selected stock of
Tin, •JaFunied, BrMania and
1 - 2URCELAIN
EISTEUN IffT) WELL PUMPS,
lion.se Furnishing, Goods (4.J:crafty.
PATI'ERSON Si AVERY
5.17 st.,ii:rlC:, Pa:
72•Wertiso have a largo and well arranged shop,
with all the modern improvements for mann,
factoring tin ware •of every dei.eritttiom anti
With a corps of competent workmen, under the
supervision of Mr. C. Avery (who tins lied many
years oxperlenm in elty work). Weure fully pre
pared to doJoh work of ail kinds with neat :tens
and dispatch., Are well post e,l' in setting hot air
furnacesrooting. 'etc. Coll and sell us
amine our ,tnek.
tuyt:wveit the nodt.rsig.neil, in the Planing
Mill, Door, 5i0.,11 :in.!' Mind
firm tutint, of '.oot t'o., \V'
by mutual con, .1 , 1 :,t one. VIII%
I)ltslness mill 111 •.•
trhotaantitorlxert to I, of
the late - JACO]: 1:(mi17.,
ANTO3.ZY kTRITZINt3I7I:. •
". The unrlersigned i lniendinteld continue the
above business, at the old • stand, west aftld of
Peach, hetwe'en 12th awl 13th Street:l, desires to
call the attuntlon of•the pithlic to his"faclllties
for supplying theta with anything in big Ilne.
Lumbcr plattial to fader, sand scroll sawing of
all kinds done: flash, Moors and Minds turn=
isliqd t 4 trtder, All I:Was of, Lumber on hand,
torretlter vith Shifigtes and Lath. In fact, eve
rything that' Is usually dealt in.or doner at first
class establishments of tho1;:lnd. Thankful for
past kind favors, I. respectfully Selleit a eon
t alliance:of, the name,
V. 'A. 'Avir...vaz at Co..
Country.Progne6 (Wocerjes s Pyovision4,
WINES, MI:WOES, SEGAILS,
'T,Cll.acco, Crockery Wore, Prong, guts,
No. Sl4:, 4 e.4itate iiiro©t.
West nide, between Bth and itth fitireets,•Erie, l'n
cam,. paid for &)untry product,
t. A. WEBER. • iuya-tr.
• 13. CIIMVA.I.I.V.II,
TA:SIGNER DECORATIVE ATUIST
Neutent, theapemt, and 11,,t F 440.1 Paiiitiiig West
of New York City.
Frescoed in the neatest style of the art.
General D&lgnint., Draftlnu of Models for the
rritunt tolliee and . every deterlption of Oran
,mental Painting executed promptly. Rooms. In
Farrar Hall, No. 3, second floor • . apll'67-t4
Tk. , I3ACCO AND CIGAIitS.
Tile place to get a choir° article of Tobacco,
•Snutr and Cigars Is at'
E. 11. WELVECITAN'S, 1315 PEACH ST.,
' , ; :South of the Union Depot.
atlivitqa on hand a. good assortment of the
above article s of every grade, wholesale and re
tall. AlsO, Pipes, Pooches, Boxes anti smokers'
'Articles of overrdescriptiott. Pleat.° favor me
with a call. Deal forget the place, 1:34S Peacb
littera. - - ter'2lll7-W.,
14:NV M I 'NI('
TIIE LATEST PUBLIsiIEb
to au;; •, Ofll., h
0. 'J. 'WILLARD,
No. 513 Broa (Iva a 3: Vfirk,
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"I'lya,ant :qt-ittorit by .1. tt,
'cht-rt. nnt,elchn.taltr,.• 1,,.„
• vomit...tan.; by Wat,t
"I.,Lvt , tlytt Fall Lt spun. • •
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"In thl, auutun l-I'l'tv l, ”.1 1,1 :0 t l
"MY , .t Ibirling, Tn.:ll;:id
1.. , 11, 1
"I I 'mud Non ID 11, nut
"I'm I.lnueritmat the then .•
"Frien•ls Wy I.fri.ll in I •,
"In tau .111.taalot•. - ; Irillad bt 11.1
.Vome 1. My Y.' 11. 11'4
of:wcet .Night - ; by li. P /•
-My Beruitlltil Pearl': 1.Q. , 11.
"Rat y w"; s,ong and ehwu. H e
"Iloniv of My Youth ; s
"Fat 111T,We Watched nt th. V,
song and ehorns by Keeler... _
"Nlernorles of the Past' • by 5 . ' , 1,1 - .• •
"It seems but the Other 'Day' ;
"Y4 , lllTeAgo - ; by J. B.
"Clara Kane"; song by h01der...... •
"Jest's, havieur of My Soul";
tenor dnd alto Ni
"Lute Noah's Weary ;
enntrklto and ehorth„ .
":softly Now the Light. of I ;
...otos for .oprano, tenor, I.lt '
"Be Joyful toe Lord' be 11.
"Cest - Tby Burden on the Lord';
In:wound tenor, by Brodord
"lbtt-lor, fiourCs of Every
lleuia.• if dot, by
"It a Good Thing to GiA e
"Prahe the Lord, 0 My ,
no alit tenor
A newsebool "Np,r• ,
:%lOrinlig - ; by Healy Tod., r
J. WILLA Itii
No.:Ai 8. , •
O: (J. WILL. ~IZI),
wi w k, a i e Agent for the CA 3. 4n 0,
yuttc fur the et 1..1.,mt,t
,trirtly t.peakttvz 111 , 4 PIr, , ,LN,,
fullett to boeolue the LEADISti 1 1.1N•1;•;
er introduritl. Dealer, will be Kui14,.!,..
,o‘% ist Whole,a nat., and
u. Largt.• illtiaitrated 11 , 1.
k.. 1112,. Irma ph , dograpth, built
n; ppllcalh~n, Addreh ,
t), J. WILL:.
whole , ale .1gu1t.513 11r0.t.1 ay, ,
S. 1). •L IL W. SMITH.%
4.31 E RICAN 0116.0%
0. J. Willard. mole ale
New and beautiful and trcrhi
—are made fle u i the 1 , ,t, hiatcrial.
with great C 11.% Laving. a sita,4ll :1
quality of ton, , ,I• ;w,l turll , w A•
bdied in high p 01 1 ,11.41 mark
Rosewood I. doubt,.
blow paitlaN, t e All hat I;
111110 MOP, with will,ll the most ff
t.:111 he proiluceil. scud for illustrati-lpi•il
lift:* full particular,. Ailtimss
Prices at. a large discount below i51,..;....0
era' prices. Every instrument wan.: ~....
five years. . .-
Also, the best Sew Ind 2 , lachine , 61, 1 X!
On hand. Every Nacl.ine ullrr • auto!'..:.:s:
—.—. . . .. .. • —
No. bl 5 State str4et,'Er.lt-, Fi
!,11.2 tf. Z. SMITH.
131 t E VIL / -• 1
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. REFINEtt :.41.)1
MOLD ,V: , :,':'"...:,
CHgrillCAL'i N4l- G. I 1 A•' ; " •
SOAP , '• SOAP. s —.
\IER/0 4 _1 N°2. G. ' 'ctql ll / 4 . 3
1 1 4 1111%W •CI.I.ERASIVE-'•• N' I . 9 r . .. -
S O FC : 1 • 17 Mir. OP A
• 4ND. cO- \ '
orner of Holland and Sixtl Str4
• ERIC, , VA.
Greenbacks for - Bond%
4f "li ; t...o.kirs" are good. enough
, ..tereltant, fanner, mochnutAlLll•:
• or, and others a h.) ply tv,%
they arc good enough fur
rich honahohkr. Ir:in
pay no t,,,.
"' PITTSBIJRGIF POSt
The only Democratic daily in
,ivlvan la, and a first-class '
the latest intelligence from all I
world. full local and.commoroi•tl p. , " • .
er with a vast moonlit of rup...ci1an0 . .. ,1,- ; ,
is delivered to sultsernicni
neighboring cities and towers mIC the 1,),I
Fifteen Cents per Week, or by /tall
Dollars a Year.
THE WEEKLY POST.
'Circulation larger than any Radical Ira.ll
per published in Pennsylvania. A 'T. L',-
Vigre paper, forty-el columns of ulatte.:•,
ming tho leading editorials, as pubh•l'.N.,':
Daily I'ost, full reports of tla. ‘k!c:l,."4
RUnip—late telt-Irranni, cable, local and
reports, agricultural, poetry, •t0r1,4,
inalleteto any address at
, • TWO DOLLARS A YEAR,
Or when ordered In clubs of live and of:
ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY COS
zi-circulate the Pest and lllVreaso t•“,,. rt, t
crane vote. All orders 'wed bc ak''-'" i ;
with the cash, and no del lonen can 1,0 :4 ,
front the terms given abut e . Speci , ''' - '1,,,v
mailed to any address, cry; of (•h 1 "v„
the publLshers, JAS.I'. ItAldilt pi
luts rptatole.l . ,
AVIV Ho r
IL. nhnul. i.o .
I ot ttt'.l of the Depot, t.) the 10"'„
West Park, . wts u,N•tpy flue
HATS, CA.P3, &C.. &C.
warrttotm to tv equal in hty le, qua11tY,,,,,,v
Ish to any in the marieet, and respectin
its a call from his old friends slid
Aetierally, tessu i ritig them none will
„ a l gt
t of every 1aa1163
Attorneys Justices, coei,caides' and
Men, for sills at the idn.e, %et &nee.
1011 PH,IIs'TING ov..ry %hid, in
SP small quantities, plant or color, nr;.."
the best, style, and at wed , . :IC
The C:1,4, e the
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