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O. /1011LX. L. IL HALL
Bay State Iron Works
NOBLY: At HALL,
Founders, Machinists and Roll•
Works Corner Peach and 3d Sts., Erie, Pa.
flaring made extensive additions to oat ma
chinery, we are prepared to orlem
Stationery, Marine and Portable Enr,inem,
Of all sizes, either with single or cut-off valves
STEAM PUMBS. SAW MILL WORK, BOIL
ERS, STILLS, TASKS, ETC.
Also, all kinds of Heavy and Light Casting.
Particular attention given to Building and Ma
itsß SALE..--team's Circular Mill Rigs and
Blocks, which aro the best In use. -John
's Wary Pumps, Gm Pipe and Fittings;
Goods, Babbitt Metal, etc.
bbing solicited at reduced prices. An wait
Wrrantal. Our motto la,
t~l~l-4 ~~~ S~ M:7c}. ~ 1~/=P ~-} N=ll4 M ~ ~}
We are bound to MAI as low as the lowest.—
Please call and examine,
FRANK WINCIIELL & CO.,
AUCTION & COMMISSION
No. 824 State Street.
Household Furniture and all kinds of Goods,
Wares and Merchandise, bought and sold and
received on consignment.
Bales at private residences attended to in any
part of the city.
Sale of I ionseh old Furniture, Carpets, queens
ware, liorseN Wagons, and all kinds of goOds on
WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS,
AT 93,1 o'cinc 4 a . -, A. 3r.
A large consignment of Alneensware, Glass
ware, Bohemian and Chinal , asem now on hand,
will be closed out regardless of cost at private
' Atit• Vendues attended to in any part of the
Tollworthy & Love,
NO. 1390 PEACH ST.,
Have adopted a new systt m of doing busi
ness, and would re.pectfully call the attention
of their customers to the fact that they are now
selling goods for
CASH, OR READY PAY
AVe belleVe that we can do our eustomers Jus
tice by so doing and would ask them to call and
see our spl,ndsl stock of groecrlcs,ronsist in g of
CompriNing everything In a well kept groecry
Mare. We also have the best guiltily of
ERIE COUNTY FLOUR.
a Alm FEED In unlimited quanDtles. Give ns
TOLLWORTLIT 6r. LOVE,
IMO Pearh st., opposite National Hotel.
C. ENGLEITABT & CO.,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Keep always on hand all Ryles of
LADIES' 3ILS.Sk:S' AND CHILDREN'S
_ Pronella, Kid, Gnat and Pebble Goat
Laced, Button and Congress
13 Co S ,
Of the finest quality, which will he warranted
for durability, as well as to fit, which we
will sell as
.ILow us the Lowest.
•We also utalce o orate?. Itevalrlng carefully
Caughey, McCreary & Moorhead,
of every description,
BOOBS, Ei'VE,LOPES AND PAPER,
Than any house In thin city. Also,
At Wholessip, as cheap as any jobbing house in
The Depository of the Bible Society, nt
CAUGIkEY, IVCREARY & 310011.11EAWS.
- NEW LIVERY,
Boarding and Sale Stable,
Corner of French and 7th Sts.
:0111SCRIBFILS havlnz talten nu. stable
•1 lately occupied by Illenner S &Allmon,
Would lutorin the public that they have pur
ENTIRELY NEW STOCK '
oruarge..4,ntrneq., mat Caryl/wet and aro pre
=to glve perfect satlafnetion to all who mar
them with a call. We have the best stock
I Northwestern Penwlylvanla.:
my2l-tr P.REcHT BRII4.
Administrators' Notice. -
lEWERS OF ADMINISTRATION on' the
.4 estate of Samuel Harbison, deed, of Wat
erford tofrnship, having been granted the un
dersigned; notice Is hereby given to all Wield
ed to the same to make Immediate payment,
and those having elalms against said estate
will present them, duly authenticated, for met,
tlement. ELIZA HARBISON.
JOHN IL CROSS,
Watmford, June Ma, 18Gt:6W
IPIIILADELITIA & ERIE RAIL ROAD'.
WINTER TIME TABLE.
through :Ind- Direct Route between Philadel
phia, Baltimore, Harrisburg, William
port. and the
GREAT OIL REGION
. - •
ELEGANT SLEEPING CARS
On nillNight Trnliis
and after MONDAY, MAY nth, 180 t, tho
trains on the Philadelphia & Erie Itaitrona
will run as follows :
Mail Train leaves Ph lliulelphla at 11:15 p.m. and
arrives at Erie at S:5O p. tn.
Erie Express leaves Philadelphia at 1200 in., and
arrives at Erie at 10:0.1 a, tn.
Warren Accomrhodation leaves Warren at MOO
m. Corry at 1:40 p. and arrives at Erie
at IV p.
Mail Train Leaves Erie at 11:00 a. in., and arrives
at Philadelphia at 7:10 a. in.
Erie Express leaves Erie at 7:40 p. in., and ar
rives at Philadelphia at 5:00 p. in.
Warren Accamtiaodation leaves Erie at &00 a.
Corryta 9:45a. in., and arrives at Warren
at 11:30 a. aa.
Mall and Express connect with 011 Crcr.ll and
Allegheny Illverlialtroad. BAGGAGE CRECKED
Erie & Pittsburgh Railroad.
tON AND AFTER_MCMSAIr i TAY 11, 1:5111,
rains will rui3vaitt . IC:s follows:
NOBLE ct. HALL
-LEAVE ERTE-410171 4 165'Aim.
10:05 A. M., Pittsburgh Express,„ stop; at aII .ta
norm, and arrlvesatA. d; GAV. IL It. Trans
fer at L4O p. m., at. New' (:Untie at 3au3 p.
,and.st Plttatrogh at &CO Dame.,
.11; - ACComittOdEtioti, arrrms at Pitts
burgh at MOO a. tu.
• - I.XAVE ITITSBUEOI3—NORTITIvA En.
. _ . . . .
7:IS Erie Express leaves P:l4,l,llrgh and
arrives at Erie t4sp. m.
.05 P. M., Accommodation leaves Pittsburgh
and arrives a Erie leal a. in.
Pittsburgh Express south connects at James
town at /2:40 p. m., J. el: F Express for
Franklin and Oil City. Councils :it. Transfer at
1:45 p. m., with A.&• 4i. W. Aecomtis slat ion west
for Warren, Ravenna and (*level:m.l.
Erie Express north Connects a: .1..4: G. W.
Tratuar at.11:10 a. ro. with lfai t tast for Mt ad
ville, Franklin and oil City;nial at Jamestown
with J. & P. Express for Franklin.
Trains connect at Rochester with trains for
Wheeling and all points in West Vti gin la, and
at Pittsburgh connections Tor Phitalelphia,
Harrisburg, BalthnortC-and via
Pennsylvania Central Railroad.
Erie Express north connects at Cdrard with
Cleveland & Erie trains westward tor,: 'I eveland.
Chicago and ell points in the West ; Erie with
Philadelphia it Erie Railroad for Cue Sy, Warren,
Itstneton, Tidloutc, & Erie
Railroad for Buffalo. Dunkirk. llTsirelara Falls
and New York City. J. J. LAWICENCE,
Keystone National blank,
Seldeu Marvin, John W. nail. Ell tat Marvin,
- Best er Town, 0. .sloble.
ORANGE NOBLE, Preil. JNO. J. TOWN, Cash.
The aboile bank is now -doing !niftiness in its
CORNER OF STATE AND EIGHTH STS.
Satisfactory• paper discounted. 'Money re
ceived, on deposit. Colleetionn made and pro
ceeds accounted for with promptness. Dmfts„
Specie and Bank Notes bought and sold. A.
share of public patronage solicited.
Spice 4, ate.,
2,500,000 Customers in Four Years:
PATRONIZE TILE BEST.
the largest , 'capital. mist , expert
eneel buyers, and extensi‘e trale of any
colleen) In the Dollar Sale ltsinesv, we
hi every Instance, end also the best selection of
Goals ever offered et
No other concern has anyhow wherever our
Agents are selling. Our motto, "Prompt and
Reliable." 31ale and female agents wanted in
city mai country. ,
Are particularly requested to try our popular
clubeystem of selling all kinds of Dry and rota
ry Goods, Dress Patterns, Cotton Cloth, llestom
Silver Plated Goods, Watches, Le. (Established'
Mi.) A patent pen fountain anti n elieelt
scribing an article to be sold for ft &inn; 10 eta;
In for 8:1i 40 for ELI; 00 for ES; 100 for 810; sent by
mail. 1• ree presents to getter up, (worth per
cent. more than tbosesont by any other con.
corn,) acCord I ng to size of club. Rend us a trial
club, or if not do not fail to send for a circular.
N.B.—Our solo should not be chmsed with
New York dollar jewelry salesor bogus "Tea
Companies," as it is natilims of the sort.
EASTMAN ..5; K ENDA LL,
Jel-3m• ai Hanover St., Roston, Mass.
C. E. & CO
TO THE PUBLIC.
There 14 no use sending to New York
FOB YOUR irEA.S!!
No use going to the refineries to buy
No use going to soap factories to buy
No use to pay big prices for any of your
Groceriek and Provisions !
LIVE CASH STORE,-
ctn the corner of
71!4:ph, ond,Stat,i, Streets.
n • 10-tt
Erie CIO Stefillaitkeu!
W. 3. SANDS & CO" Prop*letors.
Manufacturers of all of
Crackers, Bread, Cake,
Also, the celebrated .
And sole manufacturers of the patent
l% earner State and 3d Sta., Pzte, Pa.
BTAITHifi BLANKS!—Aroplete aSsert
meet of every kind of .Monks needed by
Attorneys, Justices, Constables audAtesiness
lien, tor Ade tAu uineyyq qica r.
ALFRED L. TYLER,
While there Is a
Farmers and Othera,
ASIIES, IiEESWA.X, BEANS. InTrrEE,
I'III.IK4E, FrA)iiit AND SIEAr..
FLAX, t'OrfoN_ FUR.; AND SKINS.
DLitt: I I AN I) FRUITB,
URA IN, WOOL, GAM F., POITI.
TRY, NAVA L STORES,
II 0 I'S , 0 INOSIM/
Gen'l Commission Merchant
442, 444 and 440 'Washington St,
NEW YORK CITY,
And receive his srbeirly Price Current. of Pro
duce and Groceries, the most complete Price
Current published In the United States.
SEND FOR A PRICE CURRENT
Marking mid Curds Furnished Free
Litieral Advances Made on Consignments.
FSTABLISIIED MAXI , ISGO.
First class references given when required.
LATEST & BEST!
Button Hole, Overseamlng
SEWING , MACHINE !
Is war ed to In tkebest Man•
nor every 1 Sewing,
Felling ng. Bruldlni GaTa
erlng, g u ritVerseanaing,_Em rolder.
Mg on I raid in MIMI° makes
benutif and r.vetet Holes in all
rr HAS No EIQUAE:
Belhjaheolutcly the heat
In the World, and Intrinsically the Cheap.
est, for it is two Machines combined in one
by a bleuple and beautgul mechanical ar
Circulars with full particulars and s m -
pies of work done on this machine, can be
had on application at the -
(4 - s
-R00.318 OF TUL CONII.4;iY,
South-West. Corner of Eleventh • anal
In , ,truetions given on the Machine gra
tuitously to all numb:m.l'm.
To Sell 1 his Machine
C. B. Kingbnry,
714 State Street St., Erie,
Itorit for Erie, Warren. and Crtarfard
Gas removed to Whittich's flock, corner of
Pilate and Tenth Streets, F.rie, Pa., where he
has oissad a
LARGELY INCREASED STOCK
of Groceries Fruits, Vegetables, Provisions
and everything usually kept in a first-class
grocery establishment. We are determined not
to be surimssed, and Invite, till who want any
thing in our line to mil feeling assured that we
shall be able to give satisfact ten both as to qUal
lty of goods and prices.
Country Produce. Bought and Sold.
We have opened a
So which we ask the attention of those having
Produiv to dispose of. We pledge ourselves to
Reeure the highest market. price for all articles
entrusted to our care.
DEALERS IN THE ADJOININO TOWNS,
And on the Lines of nallmad,
• PRVITS, VEGETABLY*, ETC,
THE UNDEfIsI G NED,
'Having pare-based the Interest of the Messrs.
laments 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,
phidgirig himself that he will - at all times try to
bell good and reliable
"Flour, Vont! and G4itin
.411, the lowest price for cash in hand. From SI
lung experience la this branch of the tmde,
trust I know what the public demand, and that
I am prepared to meet that want.
Returning mg.Nuulks to the public for their
liberalpaLronifklf, , , to me in the past, I hope by
strict attetatign . to my Inedness and their wants,
to merit a coonance of their patronage in the
THE MILLING, FLOUR, PERU,
A 3611 (11331.1 rnmuktP-.8,
wilt be ootittitypi, Us all Itx deprmisnents,nt the
Brim MILLS, PARADE STREET,
41 the Storo,
lE A. ST PA 'Ft It ROW ,
Between MOVITIN Hotel and Wed House.
Where the tratillo will Had [typal stock always
for Kale, with ownpeteut and *twilit° men on
hand to supply their wants.
ap2711:-Iy. If. ir. lIA.VERATICK.
MItIV. 31C AIVII.LIF.I Wt.)TtICIS.
M. A. -DIINNING,
No. 1010 Peach th, Erie, Street, between 10th and
Monuments, Tombstones, Marble' and
Slate Mantles, &e.
I have on hand a large assortment' of mono.
meats and 11- , detau.s of Varkats :styles, in
American and Italian marble, and a corps of
the best workmen In the State. All orders will
be promptl wo r lded to and satisfaction guar
anteed. M y is warranted unsurimssed,
and I cannot be undersold by any one. Orders
and Inspection of stock and prices solicited.
GERMAN SAYINGS INSTITUTION,
Corner Eighth and hitate Sta.,
.OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
This Institution is now open for the transact
Hon of baalnaw.
OFFICE HOURS: D A. M. too P. M.
SAIRILDAYB : 9 A. M. tO 8 P.'3l.
Six Per Cent. Interest will be Given by this
Institution to Regular DePolgtors•
JoEleheninnb, P. A. Becker, P. P. Liebe!,
F. Schneider, John Genshelmer.
Matthew SchluudZelier,-...—.... „Treasurer
F. ....43ecr e t a ri.
13.= - V-I:IEVAL.MIT.,
DESIGNER' DECORATIVE ARTIgT 1
Neaten% dieopeekLand Beet Sian Painting West
of Bow York- City.
Parlors, Malls; Cliursithes,
Frescoed in the neatest style of the art. -
General Designing; Drafting O'SW - els for the
Patent , Offiw, and every deeeription of Orna.
mental PalitUft emoted promptly. - Booms in
Farrar Halt No. 3, ep and Bnar. N11V8741.
Vine Mon Mein Mule Aminien !
CLUBs SOB 1868 6 '-CIABS FOE 1868.
The Best New York Weekly Published.
NEW YORK DAY BOOK !
The New York Day-Eook is a stiaightforward
Radical Democratic paper, with a larger circu
lation than any other Democratic Journal Over
published on this continent, and it enters en
the threshold of tell more prosperous and more
hopeful of the great cause it uphold' than ever
before. Standing on the Declaration of Indy
peutlenee, that "all (Odle) teen e aud
therefore entitled to equal rights, it iseppored
to all forma nod tlegretst of special legislation
that conflict with tills gran' central truth of
com • i
b o at m h y at
a m d nsveoas an
Am d e o r e ic s a n
liberty, which, thrusting the negro element In
to our politica l systeutinust of necessity wreck
the whole in,iglity fabric left its by bur fathers.
Clod has created white men superior and De.
gross inferior, and therefore all the efforts Of
the past six years to abolish Ills work and
equalize with negrom—every law violated, eve
ry State Constitution overthrown, every life
sacrificed, and every dollar expended, urn no
cessarllyinst so ninny steps towards national
suicide; and the simple and awful problem now
upon us is Just this—shall we recover our Ml
son and retrace our stops, or march on to Mou
grellsm, social anarchy, and the total rain of
The Day book, therefore, demnnels the resto
ration of the "Chien as it wits"—a Union. of co
equal States upon the white basis, as the only
hope, and the only means posiblo under heaven
for saving the grand ideas of MI, and the fund
amental prielphs of American liberty, and if
the real freemen, and Um earnest believers hr
that sacred and glorious cause in which the
men of the Revolution offered up their lives,
Will now labor to expose Vie imiOnince,delusion
and treason of the Mongrel party, It will suc
ceed, and the whitoAlepublie of Washington
be restored again in • all Its original italutnee
The I.xly Book will, however, hereafter be
more than ever devoted to all the varied purpo
se' of a news paper. Conscious that it reach. ,
es thousands of families who take no other
journal, beyond perhaps 'their local paper, it
will continue and Improve its "News of the
Week" Hummarn so as to present a transcript
of rho Warld.sovents in each Deno. Its "Fam
ily Department" will embrace the best original
and selected stories. Its "Agrieultaral Depart
ment" will he fully suatatned, and being the
only paper of Its class made up expressly for
country circulation, it is confident It Is worth
double the pricaef a Weekly lunriedly reprint
ed from a daily. It gives full and complete re
ports of the New York and Albany Oattle Mar.
kits; Grain, Provisions and Cotton Markets,
and a Weekly , review of Financial matters, to
gether with the markets, by telegraph, from
New Orleans, Cairo, Charleston, Philadelphia,
de., de., up to time of going to pies,
Terms—Caah in Mvance,
One copy one,year..— ..... —. ........ ......... .82, 00
Three coptes one year ' • 550
Fin copies one year, and one to the getter
Op. of the club 10 00
Tea copies Mio )*ear,, and one to the getter
-u of the club -.17 50
Additional copies 1 75
Twenty copies one year, and one to the get.. •
ter up or the club .3000
Specimen copies sent free. Send for a
copy. Address, giving post office, county and
state In full, VAN EYRIE, HORTON& CIO.,
decl2. No 1112 Nassau SG, New York.
Con of Penn and St. Clair Streets,
The Largest s :theapest and most Successful
Practical Business College
IN THE UNITED STATES.
Etfteen Thousand Students
Croa ildrts :, Three States In Ten Years.
FOR LABOR QUARTO CIRCULAR,
Contain iff Al i l a rform=
,1 0 c nAlf e e ri t t r Conran
View of tho College rtuilding.dltrereat De
isztgrifnggilst.y of Pittsburgh, etc., ete.„ admen
mylW6B. Pittsburgh, Pa.
James P. Crook, having taken in hls son, Jim.
K, as a partner, on the hlt day of April, I& I, an
tler the nem name of James P. Crook & Son, de
sires to have a settlement of his old accounts.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
lilm are reonestisl to call and settle Without do
ROUGH & PLANED LUAI3ER,
And Mannthotureni of
WINDOW SABA PRAMIZ,DOORS&TILINDS,
Mouldings and Picket Pence, Scroll Sawing,
Matching and Planing dune to cadet.
shop on . Poneh Sty, t,
Between Poartli axulFifth Sts., Erie, Pa.
We respeellyzall the attention ofi the pub
lic to oar 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 satisfao•
iron. Orders from abroad will receive prompt
m.y28 . 64-41. JAMES P. CROOK & SON
National claim Agency
Office in Farrar Hall Building, Erie, P
•All claimants for extra bounty allowed by late
acts of Congress, can have the tame promptly
vollected by sending their discharges to me, the.
receipt of which wilt be promptly acknowledg
ed and trwitrisctlont; returned.
INCREASE. OF. PENSIONS..
Sri per month for the Until loss of use of either
leg Or arm instead of 53.,_ J 2 per month for each
minor child ofdec , soldiers or seamen.
Also, tither increases.
ADDITIONAL. FOP. VOL. °MORRO& U. S. A.
Three months pay proper for all Itt service
March 3d, and discharged alter April 9th, 1206:
Claims for arrears of pay, and pensions, arid
bounty, promptly collected, Unequalled Wit
ities for closing and completing claims. Allow
ance to prisoners of war collected. Only agency
In North-Western Pennsylvania where years of
exigi n e i y u e l izi o th r I h tt e :l l 4 ,i. .4•rlyzy ta can be INTL .
stowed in the past, we hope , by increased expe
rience and unremitting attention to patrons, to
secure their continued favor. Office In Farrar
Hrill Building. Address
ti. TODD PURLEY;
Lock Box 104 Erie, Pa.
FOR THE FARMERS.
LITIEEP SHEAR..—Williinson's best, and
1.73 Strong's Patent Sheep Shears.
,• . .
WOOL TWIICE, In any quantity.
GRIND STONES.—a) tons Berea and Luke
SCYMES.--Ornag and drain, of the best ma
GRAIN CRADLES.—Ortinevine and Ilnlcy,
c7.trnplete trill Scythes.
IRADIIKS.—wo and three tined.
MEEK Shovels, Slpadts, Manure Forks and
114 li:vires, for sale by
Peach - Street, above the Rid&lo Bowl,
TIENIVIrg I3AYANT at^
4 XAROYACTUREb9 LP
PARLOR, COOK AND OFFICE STOVES,
, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE,
THE CELEBRATED.. CURTIS not 's
And all kinds of Iron Castings.
Every Stove sold by us Is warranted to give
satisfaction. Kettles, Sleigh Shoes, Sad Irons,
*e n on hand and manufactured to order. Plows
and Plow Points of Superior make and durabili
ty alwags on band. -.A mit and a fair trial of
our articles Is
mr2VSS-LL • - HENRY. BRYANT & CO.
Jts.' A. BLISS,
Vegetables and Provisions,
No. 22 East fifth Street, Erie, Pa.
I would call the attention of the imbile to the
fact that I also
Sell Goods on Commlsolon. -
@Particular attention paid to that business,
and to forwarding to dealers all kinds of Vme
tables, Fruits, , jeIPCS-ff
nt the corner of . • '
Eleventh and State Streets,
To &which ho oaks the attention of all who need
anything in his lute, Be will • deal in every
thing in . the
And warrants his goodi lobo equal to the beat
in the market. i . •
The higlieit market price to cash patiffcif
II lands of country ptoduee. 013-31/0_ .
JAMES P. CROOK 45.5 SON,
3. C. SELDEII.I,
DEALER. IN AND DRIPPED. OF
C. 4.. ENGLEHAIRT
Has opened a new
110:1211i2k1UB & VO.,
BOOTS & SHOESI
No. 628 Mato Street.
We have putt : lnhaled, and prepared for pub
lic Inspection, a mammoth gtoelc. of Boots, Slioem,
Galtets, Mather% etc., enthmetna , every deserip-
Upn and variety of kinds, and which for style,
quality and finish cannot be surpassed In the
market, all of whick are °fibre(' at late reduced
rates. We also pay especial rind* strict atten
CUSS7L'OM NV( lt ;
rat' which the finest cancel len et Leathers nre
kept on hand, and every faellitY , sirunxi for
nocomniodatinit etuaonters promptly, and in LI
style to render perfect satistact lon. Part ieular
attention direCted to our
' No. 6 Wed Seventh Street,
-Wheretre rruinnfacture at Wholesale, Men's
Boys', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Boots,
Shoes, Gaiters, etc., of every variety and kind.
Having lately enlarged our manufactory by the
addition of new buildings and improved ma.
chittery, we are prepared il) supply the Trade
on short notice and at the lowest market prices.
Adjoining this department are connected our
LEATHER AND FINDINGS ROOMS:
Embracing French, Cierruan and American
Calf Skins, of best and varied bnitairr,Slaughter
and Spanish Sole Leather, French and Ameri-
Can Roans of all colors and prices.
With our Increased facilities we can sell as
low as any Eastern manufacturer, and make to
order any kind of work wanting by the Thule.
Thankful for the past. liberal patronage of the
- public, we respectfully solicit a continuance of
neat-tf. J. EICIIENLAIM & CO:
'CHEAP CASH STORE.
T I VX 711INTIGt,
• of Bth and plate Ste..
• DEALER IN
Groceries and Provisions,
Wood, Willow and Stone Ware,
And everything tlutt Is usually kept in a First
Class Fatally Grocery.
ALL GOODS SOLD CHEAP FOR CASIL
The best brands of •
Erie County Flour,
Always on Eland. Call anal exaMine prices.
El; Goods delivered free la any part of the
city or South Erie. . ocd-tf.
J. W. A. V" 'EL S ,
Wholesale and Retail
Dealer in Furniture !
Having_pqrchased the entire stock of Furni
ture Of Messrs. Moore do Itiblet, I respectfully
ask my old customers and the public generally
to [lvo Me a call at the old stand,
NO. 715 STATE STREET,
Before purchasing elsewhere. I have a large
assortment of Al
Parlor, Chamber, and Bed Room Sets I
BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS, TABLES,
And, In ftict ei , erything in the Line of Furniture.
/ Int prepared to manufacture to order any style
that may be called for. Remember, No. 715
State street, east side, between Seventh and
apiM-tL • JOHN W. AYRES.
E. M. COLE &SON
Ilarpers' and similar Magazines, at 74 rents
. Daley's, and similar Magazines, at 4LOO per
_Harper's and Frank Leslie's papers, nt £2.25
We are also making and selling
131 a, n lfr 13 co cok
REDUCED PRICES ! •
n g i zl a e t r e y aver KeystoneNutlenxil
Blank Book, Manufactory
We weal respect t - \ announce to the puhlic
that we taw opened a
and are prepared to do work in Any branch of
Of all kinds, on hand and made to (niter, and
rated to any 'pattern desired. •
MADAMES AND OLD BOOKS,
BortniT and repalrealn the best style
Keystone National Bank ,Erie Corner State and
Bth Streets, Pa.
aret-Sm E, M. COLE SON
THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST
Democratic Journal in Pennsyliania
The Lancaster Intelligeneer, established in
17914 has always been known as a first:class Po
litical and Family Newspaper. The Weekly
Intelligenoer Is now the largest Democratic pa
per published lit Pennsylvania. It has lately
Wen greatly improved in altrespects, and is
just . such a paper as - every Democrat. shoul d
take. . ! .
The publishers: Of the Intelligences regard It
to be the drayof every Democrat to famport his
ambit) , papers in preference to any other; but es
thereare many who will be likely to subscribe
for more than one paper during the pending -
Peteldential ' essupaign,..they have concluded
to offer th e Weekly lute:l:gen= At the follow.
lug low rates:
Single emir Tegir, fI2,00: Floe esoplealEVA :
Ton copies 117•• Twenty copies 14011; Vara
copies SAW; copies, to one address, SOS,
tellaeoldee,to ress address, Med, Daily In;
no bet E tr t ,r n apodne rirMlng.gm to ed s i e u l m le tha n t t a h e
y 7. 73, G. MUTH 00.Laucanar. Fe
ERIE RAILWAY. lioop.Bldrt & Corset Depot
Great Broadaatige Double Track Routo to
NEW V'CoElf., 130SICON,
and tho Yew England Cities. -
This Railway t. xtends from Pinitirk to New
York, Id) miles. Buffalo to New York,
Salamanca to New York -11:i miles. And idiom
22 to i 2 MILES TlilislfbltTEST lIIJUTE. MI
trains rim directly, through to New York, .100
AIILIE.I3, without change of roaches.
Front and after May 11, ItttiS, trail lig Will leave,
in connection with all the Westrrn HS
follows: From Mirk:KIRK and SALAMANCA
—by New York time—from Union DepoM;
T.'it) A. M., Express Mail, from I 'ankh k
((except Sundays% Mops at Isttlanta mu at
10:00 A. Si.. and connects at llornellsvi Ile
and Corning with the 7.1) A.M. Express Shill
(tom liu ditto anti arr(na in New I ork at 7.10
125 P. M., Lightning, EXpress, from Salamanca
daily (except Sundays). stops at liontells
villa 6:121'. Af., (Supper), intersecting with
the 2.35 P. Af. Rath from iinfraio, and arrivas
In New York nt, 7.40 A. At.
5g50 P.M., New York Night Express. (nun Dun
kirk (MD y (except Sundays). Stops at sata
manea at 7:11 P. AL; Olean 7;:'111'. M., (Sup.,(
Turner's 10.13 A. AI., t, and arrives in
Newt York at 1230 P. 31, t 110.1, itt Grtllt
Rena whit ItelnwntsyLueltutrann and Wes
tern! Railway for Scranton, Trenton mid
PhiLutelphia, and at New York with after
noon trains anti,s. I
eamets for Dos ton and
' New England Cities.
(1:501'. 51. Cincinnati Express, front Dunhill - ,
(Su e tniass excepted). Stops at Salamanca
/INA P. M., and "ennneets at liornellsvinv
with the,ll:2o P. SI. Train from Buffalo, Arri
ving in New York 3:51, P. M.
From Buffalo—by New York time—from Depot
corner Exchange and Michigan Mts.: •
5,100 A. M., New York Day Express. daily (except
Sundays). Stops at Ifornellsvllle 4.4.9 A. M.,
11.111 ft); Susquehanna 1.2 i P. M., (DineX Tur
ners 7.05 P. JL, (Sup), and arrives in New
York at 9:25 P. lf. Connects at Great Bend
with Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
Railroad, and at Jersey City with nikinight
express train of New Jersey Railroad tor
Philadelphia, lialthnore and Washington.
7:) A. M., Express Mall,v la. A von and Horn ells
ville, daily (except Sunday); Connects at
Elmira with Northern Central Railway for
Harrisburg, Philadelphia and tilt:South, and
arrives in New York at 7:40 A. 51.
3 35 P. M., Lightning Express, daily (except Sun
day), stops at Hernellsville CIO P. AL, (sup);
and arrives in New York 7.10 A. M., cornice
. ting at Jersey City with morning express
train of New Jersey Railroad for Baltimore
7:35P.M., Now York Night Express, daily, (Sun
days excepted.) Stops at Hornclisville, 11.04
P. Id., Wen :cairns - with the 5.50 P. M. train
from Dunkirk, and arrives in New York at
LIAO P. B.
11:31 P. M., Cincinnati Express, daily (except
Sundays). Stops at Susquehanna 7.44 A. 51,
(Ski); Turner's 137 P. M., (Dine), and arrives
In Now York at 3:55P. M. Couneetsat Elmi
ra with Northern Central Hallway, for Har
risburg, Philadelphia, lialtlmore,Murning
. ton, and points South, and at N. York with
afternoon trains and steamers (or Boston
and New England cities.
Willy one train East on Sunday. leaving Dutra-
IC at 2:35 P. AL, and mulling New York al 7;10
ißoston and New England passengers, with
their baggage, are transferred, flee 01 charge, In
Inn best. Ventilated and most Luxurious
Sleeping Cars in the World accompany all night
Willis on this Railway.
Baggage oheckedthmugh and fare always as
low as by any otherroute.
ASK EQR TICKETS VIA. ERIE HU LWAY,
which can be obtained at all prineinal ticket of
fices in the West and South-West.
IL RIDDLE, Will. IL BA MI,
Den'l Sur t. , Gent Pass. A:1,1.
ERIE CITY IRON WORKS,
- - i uli:, i._it.,
The Bradley Engine
A Now Compound or
Double CyUuder Engine,
ints - ns 'run 5TP...A.3.1 "1" W
Anti 18 Warranted to give
HITT TO ONE HUNDRED FER CENT
Moro power Mum a Mingle Ct limier Engine
using the tame amount of steam.
STEAM EMAINES AND BOILERS .!
OF ALL. STYLES.
OIL STILLS AND TANKS:
Of nit Descriptious.
Mrs. John B. Perkins,
ADD DFULEII. LS
Foreign & Domestic Friiits,-
NO. 822 STATE ST:; CORNER NINTH,
Pine Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Peaches,
• • STRAWISERItiIIq, ETC..
' Always on hand In their season.
Parties iiromitVfur9lsitea with every ti?-
seription of C , PIRAMIDS, ICI'S, ETC.,
The nicest store west of New Tork.
Autliorized Capital S:500,000.
CAPITAL PAID IN MVO
THE SECOND NATIONAL RANK
opened for business ou
In the banking office prey lont.ly oecanied by the
Sferehant's Bank, Brown's Building, rforilt-e.t.t
corner of Stale street and public ['ark.
Nnf. L. SCOTT, Pre , * w r. C. clinar, Cash.
- - .
11. L. SCOTT, of Ilria of J. Ilearn & Co., Coal
JOY. M'CADTEII, of Erin of Selden, Blis3
OEO. J. MORTON, Coal Dealer.
W. 8. BROWN, Agent Buffalo &Erie It. R.
JOIIN C.IIURGEsS, of firm of Clemen&Caugh
cy & Burgeier;Wholesale Grocers.
O. E. CROUCH, of dm of Crouch & Bro., Flour
IL DARR, of firm of Darr, Johnson a Sea
man, Stove Manufacturers.
F. If.. FARRAR, of firm of Giray m Farrar,
J. DREISIGIAKER, Grocer. deral.
' - A new and well selected stock of
Sitovei, Tin, Jammed, lirittanin and
CISTERN AND IVELI:PUJIPs,
Home Fnrnlshing Goode Generally.
PATTERSON & AVERY,
527 French §t.,),:rie, Pa
We also have a large end well arranged shop,
with all the modern improvements for manu
facturfng tin ward of every description, and
with a corps of competent workmen, under the
4upervlslon of Mr. V. Avery (who has had many
years experience In city workl. We are fully pre
pared to do job work of all kinds with neatnucs
and dispatch. Are welt posted insetting hot air
furnaces, roofing, etc. Call and see us and ex
amine oar stock.
Dn.t LELLS IN
Country Produce, Groceries, Provisions,
WIND 3, LIQUORS, SEUALW,
Tobacco, (rockery Wore, Fruits, Nola, 3c.,
Weititkle, between Btb nn(Dth Streets:, Erie, Ih
Clash. pafil for country product•
F. A. WEBER, my2l4f. W. EIpIAIGT.
T ETTERS TBST.kMENTA BY on the cstate
or Frank 'Butner, deevased, haviug been
beos grautvd to the tindersign.%l • notlee is
hereby given 'total Indebted to said estate to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims against the Fame wilt preseht them,
duly authenticated, for settlement Ml
• iY9-4:lw Executors.
theDß PISINTING ciery kind. M large or
small quantltles, plans or colored, done In
best style, sal at moderate -prices, at the
New York Hoop shirt 31anufactory,
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Neat, Light, Fashion:sble and
N.VI ILAN CtnIFIN i..p eittully Info. in , for
oi Lela ali l : tie ling e,ietill.y that
lie has on hand a troop
of all and • tyli of Lih, wo, a tiaras,
and manufactured rit the let Ili xible-.1t.t..1 and
Mateljal i 1% Well lie mill guailihnit• equal lo tiny
In the 1,1 irhet, Iffivim; con , ldi ruble expi
rlence in tdie bui-lne,s, he hi conliduit, .01 ill.
ability to pile entne lion to .1,11 tho
who tnny favor Wm with .1 c.III. If any of his
nuthe will within ono they - Bill lie
rcp.ilred, and no s mash%
()Id f=!;lrti repairs et, alteied and nlagit 1 nv
new. made to order sit the bliorte.t
nut .1i , ,i1 , 11 , 11(1 and liir;...torlcht all 1:Inel,
of C0i,i.14 Emil I'or,et Stee.h. tiowita ally kept on
hand. Country intrelnuith mipplled at Ili, N cry
Ns. Flt. State street, Erie,
" TILE WORLD."
At the opening of toe year 1,66, "The \Vol Id"
challenges, inure confidently than ever, the
, :ympathy and support of all patriotic fdliwns.
A glorious work bus been gloriously begun.—
prep already answers dtep. The long fidelity
of this Journal to the cause of liberty prntech d
by law stands nobly slildiC3ll..ll in a splendor of
victory shim', from Maine to California. (on
ni-elient, fdlio, ' Pennsylvanni, New Jersey, New
York, hal, thundered forth r diet upon
the misrule and 1111011(t ,, , of the past. But 11111.1rh
more Lem:tins to he dune. Nevt.i vt a, the peril
of the et MO ry ,realer. 'fife Radical party still
deco es the death of repn , ttita t tee celt-govern
meat in tell t,fr.eri 1 , 4 n Arne all mil.
Rory (k'llollQlll alai mllOl , , :110 1(1410
it de.,ppL i bAy, gra,pi at :1 p_riatimat le.f.e of
F‘of..,r, in .I, rianco of pall!; , ; opinion, et tho'co-t
of eivxmous taxi_s and of crippled industens,
at tile riot of L:nien and of
To the 'treat battle Still to be fought "Tbe
World" will give all its efforts, all its flit rel.-4.
a.sks of it, friend, in their turd a-. loneh • it
asks of them more readera and a wider influ
ence. It ie.ks Lids m ith conlid,lll, ill It, (.:aIIIIS
as a newspaper and as an organ of opinion.
The chief use of a New,paper to give its
ALL TliE .NEAVS.
For this the facilities of "The ',Vol Id - are un
surpassed by any Jourual in the L'utted cdates.
It seeks to excel by - au accuracy and candor, a
spirit and freslnies, iu e•dulans
shall commend It to readers of liatever party,
sex, creed or place,
As an or , an of opiniou - foe 11'urld'• Ia the nu
flinching aclraplon of
A Liberal, Progressive Democracy,
whereof the corner stone Is Freedom restrained
by Justice • Freedom pure awl simple, in the
largest collective measure; the office 01 Ju-tice
being to protect Freedom from encroaeLunents;
Freedom of the individual citizen in his rights of
though, slitech, religion awl locomotion; in his
Right to make ally money laugains he thinks
j . noper in spite of 1...01i5h usury lan s; in his
night to buy and soil in all marl,in.. doine•tie
and furviLtn, in Spite of tit', ct,t EV, tariffs;
in 1114 FII,EIII. to 011110,11 1 I , owl, 100 , 1 (11111
in :state 01 inc.l,lle,oniti ; in his
Ithi lit tbepresent.ition tne bodies
winch tax hint, in -pito of uncon , t t'x
cittsions; C1(100.1 of cot cLLvo cnitiAvi, to as
tilscus,ihn of fricivaneec ; ecilina 01
,11.1110n111 (10110111111111,1, to 10,111.01 , 10..11 af
fairs l,it hout t •ntrat innir ft. z, c;
cry section the count ry, Irma the arroz.int
and uncoils!, inn tonal , lonnitto of of 11.. r
'Hons. This 'argil 1111(1 ( . 0011/0 . :0 usitr 1.1(11 of
Fro:do:ll , mm, tip tho p.du ii.. 01 "1 he Wo: 1.1, '
%Odell will I.• fe.:11.1 ..nt this cn-
Mal Inter. count: y aud of the human
• A paper pti 1 ,1, 0 1,11 in t 1 ini•trnpolk k natu
rail loollvd. to tor cal.:ant Atailtet i,orts an(
luaticutie inf4,rmation, atvl Intallzynt discus
stone relating to
Trade, Commerce and Finance.
In 1. 1 ,10 , r , 1", nture; "Tito.. World" incite cola
pari,,m with an oth,r
The WEENT.Y 11'0121.31, a larze Quarto ,ho - t
rti Daily, 14. now printed wholly 1I
large t ype, :lila (since its union with the
York Argus,l hiss the hug. st eireulatten 0f we..1:32.-rtrnnl ...111`. It is
tutrival Jo:1111;11 for the ripor, sh
kAtlt r. I, y I:.111t, le.
Th,!i-zr:ml-wELKix woru,r , cina--
,to sheet, sante sizo n, I) tilv, winch, by onut
ling the gr'eltt mn,ti r pit:rndvl•rtt , ,entent, a nn
the Dally 7 einitaln, ev,orythur.z *4, , that arp,:ir,
in the duly and v. eLI, - .1 : - n 1 1.1 3 ,1101
Tnesda!, - and Frid.w.
'rho Wt )1t1.1) a 11,1,1. a eomph to entil-
Penditllll and tits tts,lon of the itelvs of ever)
WEEKLY WI . 'II I ,D.
I Copy 1 year 4 t 2 00
4 copies 1 Year, separately add rtts , ed ...... ..- 7 01
11l copies 1 year, hcparlAtely ad.41,,,d. 11 00
20 copies I year, to one addre ,,,, 21 lot
I.N. I eople, I year, separately tel.lressed .27 Ilt)
50 copies 1 year, to ono atltlre , ts - Al lil
50 copies 1 ye.tr, separately achlresstal.: .7.7, It)
1 copy I year
copies 1 year, .eparately aditre,,e4 10 a
10 copies 1 ycar, to Otto atifiress 24
10 copies 1 year, 4eparately addre , hed ?..1
I ropy oiw year
F'lll. (lob of If, to one n4dresv, 1 woody I yen!
:51 •6 " "
•' " 1 somt-Weelrly
10) " D a ily
Additions to clul‘b may be futile :tny titno to
the year nt the above eta!, 'rite-,
ttlitunztli hi club lists madh, only on r. , ,tuest
persons rcv, ivin4 club pAch:lL;eq, , tad nu; edi
tion, pogtolti. u rind Slate in union. It has pro:,
viuusly been scot, end( csing IWel 1 y-ti vc
Cunt, i 0.p.7..• for trouble of the change to sopa
ca,li in nit lid. if pc"...11.1 ,, .
Punt Ottfer.Nr.nev On!,i• or Dim% Bill,
scut by tiuul will be at tile I 1 , 1:1 ol
tVis hair no travelinz:n.: ot -... :-prolmen cop
it,, pil-terv, t•tt.„ sent flee (1, hnrgo v..h., n••, , r
anti Nvlivn,-ver ak , : le,l. _VII, -,1111 0rr., , , 4 ~,,
:eller; toTilt.; Nyttar.l),
Ja.:.'i-CoW. 35 l'Arkltvw.Ntro, - York.
THE MORNING .PATRIOT.
The otliee of the late Patriot and 1:11Ion hav
ing passed Into the hands of the undersigned,
they propose to supply a VllenUla that ha. long
existed In the newspaper pre-, of interho. Penn
From hOllle cause or other the reading masses
of the Democratic party of the great Interior
routine , : of the State ha% e been compelled,
titer to do without the latest new.; or patronize
Journals Whose political .entiments were di--
tasteful to theta.
The Morning; Patriot Is Intended to supply
Its propthlors rite: m.m. , 1 that no ufrort.'
shall lie are,l, on th.. Ir p.krt. to nialce it lolly
equal, as a nun ,paper, tom* it, c..nipctitors.
'Whatever the °leen- ;I TO .11P'(` to 03111T1111-
nleate, up Ii) the hour of mang t, press, will be
furtiPMea In it, column, terry tom n ; awl
Its large sire will cnahle It to give muteus cinch
remliw4 matt. r is any of Its coati
As all m.P. - ..,ate of , outhl pot tleat , ent talents,
favoring no 'faction, clique or: retir.u, but rlii °-
ling Its cut ue LlierA ie., to the goal tit w hnle
party; as a velitele of the latest nowq, :tut! a
chronicler of passing events, tie ,LreLloteliniticd
It shall not be excelled; and rotitidentlY ap
peal to a discriminating puhllc toy that upon,.
elation and encouragement which ate imli,pen
sable to ~:tress. '
For the Daily, °tie year Cu itd.vzinet , , 'F7.01
" Six montlig, . 3.30
Single Cohic. , Three Cott:,
TILE WEEKLY PATRIOT.
It Ic the determination of the proprietors of
the Patriot to make their-weekly Journal fully
equal to what the Patna and Union was in its
I - rainiest days. It will be one of the Ingest
weekly papers in the State, and special pains
wilt be taken to tilt Its columns with such read
ing matter as mill be alike Mien:A.llm and UN
i to the 'Fanner, the Mechanic and the Man
of Businesq, and to make Ilan agreeable and
welcome visitor In every family.
Every person should sub,erilie to the paper
printed in his own ( ounty, and we do not mean
to enter Into competition with the local papers
of the State. lint,many peopar talCe their lamie
paper and a city paper in addition. To such we
Sin4lc copy, one year . , -,0
six month, 1 21
Teu copies, one year •I) 00
Twenty copies, one year. 33 uo
Fifty copies (to one tuldress) one year "1 00
One hundred topic, " " 121 I
All orders should be addressed to
B. F. MEYERS S• CO.,
jy2-tt Harrisburg, Pa.
RUSTERHOLTZ, of Sterrettania, 14 pre
-11• pared to dtg wells in nnv part of Erie
county. Ho tries n horse and Pulley, Winch en
ables him to do the work fa-der :oil cheaper
than by tho old method: Refers to Cling. fi eh
ler or Conrad Max, Erie city • p Israel 31o.der or
John Shenk, West Milt Creek ; Andrew Stur
geon or David Fidler, Fairview. jytd. iw
"FOB PitLIsITING of every kind, In. large or
41 %Mall quantitteg, plain or colored, done in
the beat style, and at moderate prices, at the
;in ries, Acailvittir.
'Sy L.. (2. AL1.1.;.).
T:11. V. 0(,!::
1 / 1 .2 - Y f.' •-• •
-ht 1.1.,:•• 11 , tl.f
Ci.M ,• ••Cf • WI! 1.2:,;1,
TI•t• j WAl.in I u 1 pl. , r,,
111.,11,A: and 0,4 ' 1,,
I.lltlon to It', 4E11...n0r
t.el,,tv.n r,t 111 s II 1' , 44*,
II w, and, In aclaptlng to a app r ,: '~ k : •
rIIPII,I Its adoption 1;,
r. I 1 ;11
Th.• '44 oNG CAIIIN4:1
ar.l EdUCIIIIOII n, l!,.
Write School.; In the
'rice, r,i)(.'enk cae),. T., ,
Sti'VW.' (4 0 •
(Apt 0150 cent+.
Pll l .lisliol by V. M. 11 \I,!, ,
1!•4t.1 , 4.
0. J. WILLARD,
No. 5.13 B road it 113 . Neu.
C). .1. WIT:L.A.III3
A t t . 7/o * -4
Wholesale Agent for the Cll3
k for the cele,,r4,:-
6 . VCISE "
Arc strictly speaking 11rNt
failett to become the I.I.ADINt,
er Dealer, ItII be .11
I.Attse:st Wholesale Itate, and gaaratt,...-
t Large Illustraleu lte
riltelteh4 froht pltott,graple, scat 4:1)
ou tipplicatiun. Ad ire',
u. J. WILL44I
S. D. d IL 'U. SMITH'S
A3IE RICAN ORVIIs
0. J. Willard, Whoiecate
C 5 •
MOLD :'A!!• '4 ICFIEr .L 721?..
° 1. (1.
CH EF ;WE
• FAhmeCH.ERASIVE 4 -
SOAP. SOAP.! SOAP.
• 7 ":"2 . 7:1 ; -
JO , mA7rArTrarr. OF
4P A ND CN
arner of Holland and Sixth SW'
Greenbacks for Bondi,
f "legal tenders" are glxxl enough her
titer, inerc)iant, farmer, mechanle,liii:
er, and all others - who pay tax,
they are good enough fa:
rich bondholders who
pay no taxes.
'flip only Democratic Qally hi W. , tat ;flt :
, yl van la, alai a fi st-class 11015 •pap , t.
tin, latest, Intelligence from 'all part'
Ivo rid. 1(11116c:11 and comma rehit'rep)rK '
er with a vast amount of act-cenciwol. ,
iti del tverett to subscriber, in riff -lion -
neighboring cities and !Lavas at Lin!
Fifteen Cents per Week, or by Nall,
Dollars a Year.
TILE WEEKLY POST..
Circulation Larger than any Radical Wo
per publi.shed in rom,yavama. A Lir;
page paper, forty-eight eolumn.of_ri 3 c ,r,
bung the lending editorial?, a ,
I).ttly Po.t, full report , : et the
Pounp—late telegrams, cable, 10ea1, ,1
reports, agricultural, c
mailed to any address at
TWO DOLLAttS A YEA-S ,
Or when ordered in clubs of flreahl ,
ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CEI3
I Circulate the Past and inereami , .'
crane vote. All orders 'Bust be navr. ,
with the cash, and no deviation Mn
front the terms given above. SPccoi'l .
mailed to any address, free of charzt•
the publishers, JAS. P.
Discharge in Bankrupl e j:.,
T 111: DP , TItIt couirr
of tol- -
A States for the Western Pear: , t •
vania., T. I'. Babcock, a banio -, • tr:ti
Act of Congress of March 2d. IN:".!- 0
for a iikehm•ge from. all his
chinas provable ender said Act,
Court, Notice is hereby given la
have proved their debts, and otla:
terested, to appear on the i.7th day 0f,1tr,,..
at 2 o'clock, P.M., before S. B.
Register, at his °Bice in Erie, l'a,h;s"'.,:ree
(rimy they have, why adisehante
granted to the said bankrupt. An . :
Lice is herelky given that the q , "n"
meetings of creditors of the ,ala ban
mitred he 'Mit and '2St h qect!ens.f,"";,.
will be had before the said Itegc•ter' t,
time and place. S. C. Mee.aNDO• • ,
Clerk of U. S. District Court for a•ad
11 C. TIPSTER has removed frett 44 ,
stand, south of the Depot, to thet l ,
three doors west of the Arnertent
west Park, where he has a very flue Ilso•
HATS, CAPS, &C., &C"„
Warranted to he equal to style, 4 l ll, '' ,7 ‘ ,;•
kh to any In the market, and tl.eckm.;,..
ik a rall front Ik old friend , n l,l
generally, a.,,t0 nag them 11010
I.3 l t l if . e . n K t: S tlf e n sle'rs " '
Attorneys, Justices, Constables and
Men, for tale at the Observer otnce.
JOB PRLNTING of every kind, in
small quantitle 4 , plain or eoJered.
the beat, style, and at moderate price*