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NEW PRESSES, An SUPERIOR WORKMEN.
Or. PRINT ]
-North T iWest Coiner of State Street and the Park.
MOST COMPLETE 11ANNT112,
Job Printing of Every Description
In a style of unsurpassed neatness and at prices to compete with any other oMee in the North
West. Our PRESSES tira of the
r , iclazioaciewlfiviaooctool
•)nr Ty; gall NEW, and of the NEATIFIsT STYLF- 4 4, and our Woaxatal equal to any in the enun
try. With the Machlnery and Material we now possess, we feel fully warranted in
claiming that NO OEFICE In the weittern Part of the State EXCELS, and
. ' only one or two equal us, In facilities for turning out work In a
RIPID .AND SATISFACTORY MANNER
1:►1•~ ~i :41s _il rf mss) i ti •~ ' ti
Received, and work warranted not to be interior to that done in the Eastern cities
Cards, Letter and Bill Heads, Circulars, Statements,
And all She lands of work in use by Business Men
ENGRAVING, LITHOGRAPHING, &c.
We have mule arrangements with the largest and beat establishment In Buffalo for procuring
any sort of Engraving that may be needed, In as good style and at
A LESS PRICE TITAN IF THE ORDER WAS SENT TO THEM DIRECT
Buildings, Machinery, Seals, Autographs, Maps, Portraits, &e.,
ey entrusting them to us will be assured of a good piece of work in the most prompt and satisfac
tory manlier. Engravings furnished either on Wood, Stone or -Metal.
Book Binding, Rifling , Ace.
In thin department we have facilities that are unsurpassed. Persona having printing to be done
that requires Ruling or Binding in connection, will find it-to their interest to entrust it to us. We
will guarantee that it shalt be performed in a workmanlike manner, and that the charge will he
as moderate as can he afforded.
The liberal patronage extended to this Mike during the inst two years has eneouraged us to
make every effort possible to deserve the favors of our Minds, and we now take ••rutitl
cation in informing them and the public that we have succeeded In fitting up an establishment
equal to every requirement of the community,
. We are determined to compete with the beat, and only ask a trial to aidisfy any one that we
claim no more than we nrejustly entitled to.
141EGV.A.1.4 131_4 21.:INKS.
(!caodntly on hand a full supply of Attorney's, Justices of the Peace and Constable'm Blanks,
of the mint appmved forms. Also, BLANK NOTAI'di of every kind and RECEIPTS. , Ingle or lu
R. 8: MORRISON,
Saylnt removed his +deck of goods to the
store la t
the Reed House formerly occupied by
News. Monell,,Stephens fi Wildey, takes Plea
sure In, announcing to his old customers and
the citizens of Erie generally, that ho has open
ed out a
NEW AND SELECT STOCK
Dry Goods,Dress Goods, &e.,
For Spring and Summer Wear
I intend to keep at all times the best goods in
the market, and a fitilassortment of everything
In my line. Purchasers east always do better
by buying ut me than by going East.
Remember the phtee,
No. 6 Reed House,
South side of the Park
. Asiignce in Bankruptcy.
TN TB DISTRICT COritT of the linit,4l
Slate., for the Western Itlstrict of I'enn'a.,
the matter of Pearson Clark, bankrupt. The
Undersigned hereby gh notiee of appoint
ment. wens:4;olm of Pension Clark; of Erie, in
the county of Erie and State of Pennsylvania,
within said district, who ham been adjudged a
bankrupt upon his own petition, by the Dig
triCt Vourt of waid district, dated at Erie, Pa.,
Aug. 18, A. D. 189 t
IlENRY 3i. itiliLET, Assignee
Aiii% at Law , No. 13:3 Peach St , Erie, Pa.
Assignee in Bankruptcy.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT of the United
L State., (or the Western District of Penn's.,
in the matter of Wm. II: Czulker, bankrupt.
The undersigned hereby gives notice of the ap.
poirittneut as assignee of Win. IL Cralker, of
LeEkeutr, in the ,county of Erie and State of
Penn'it, within said district who has been ad
judged a bankrupt upon his own petition, by
the District Court of said dtstriet, dated at Erie,
Pa., Aug. 19, A. D. ItsGS.
HENRY M. RIBLET, Assignee
Atty. at Law, No. I=l Peach St., Erie, I l i.
Having fitted op our °Mee In the
We are preparetl to do
Special attention given to the printing of
Parties wanting Cuts of
Lite Insurance Co.,
Assets, Dec. 1, 1867, $1,286,390.24
BUFFALO, N. Y. VIOL
This certifies that we, the undersigned have
• examined into the merits of the SECUIUTY
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, and believe It
1 to be sound„rellable and equal to the beat In
Sidney Shepard it. Co., Wholesale Hardware
A. F. Tripp, gnu of Sidney Shepant & Co.
islmons Y Crimey, COMIIIiSHIOI/ Merchants.
Dudley. k Co., 011 Refiners.
F. P. Berke, Farmers' at Mechanics' Nat. Bank.
G. A. Williams " "
J. 0. Holman cr: Co., (iddsmlths and Jewelers.
Simon Ned', Boot and Shoe Dealer.
F. F. Curry, Supt. Forest Lawn Cemetery.
George F. Lee, Atteruey and Counselor.
Cyrus P. Lee,
Co. Savings Bank.
Joseph L. Fairchild, Register In Bankruptcy.
All persons desiring insurance will do well to
M. M. MOORE, Erie, Pa.,
DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT of the United
1 States, for the Western District of Pennsyl
vania. James -A. Bliss, a bankrupt. under
the - Aet - or - Congreat of arch-2d,M 186'7, havtng
applied for a discharge tram all Act, ebts *nil
other elalmis provable under said by order
of the. Court, notlee -is hereby given to all per
sons Who have proved. their debts, and other
persons interesteditoappear on the Mit day of
Sent,- OW,' at. 9 o'cdoele," A. M., before S. E.
woodruff Esq., Rogistanat his office inthe city
of Erie, Pa., to show rause, if any they have,
why a disclaim) should nut-be granted to the
said bankrupt. And farther, notice is hereby
given that thestxtord, and third meetings of
creditors of the timid bankropt, required by the
27th and 231.1) - sections of q••-Id Act, will ho had
'before the sai d
, Register at the saute time and
place. S. C. MCCANDLESS,
Clerk of U. S. District Court for said District.
NEW 'Y OR ll'.
General Agent for Western Pa.
COUNTRY micluarris White Men Mast Bale America.
9 CLUBS FOE I!3OB—CLIThIS FOB 1888.
The Best New York Weekly Putt Mewl.
Farmers and Others, NEW YORK DAY BOOK !
I CONSIGN YOrK
IHxf S, nEnswAx, BEAS. nurnat,
CIIEWE, EGUN, FIAMII. AND DIFAL,
FLAX, COTTON, FURS AND SKINS,
DRIED AND GREEN FRUITS,
GIL&IN, WOOL, GAME, POUL-
TRW, NAVAL STORES,
SORGHUM, :§IOLASSES, ETC.,
. JOSIAH - CARPENTER,
Gen'l Commission Merchant
442, 444 and 446 Washington St.
'SEW YORK CITY,
And receive his weekly Price Current of Pro
duce and Groceries, the most complete Price
Current published In the United States.
SEND TR A PRICE CURRENT.
Marking Piles and Furnished Free.
Liberal Adrauees Made on Consignments.
ESTABLISHED MAY 1, IRE
First class references given when required.
LATEST & BEST!
'/ 11E GREAT
Button Hole, Oversenming
SEWING MACHINE I
is warranted to execute inthe best num
ner every variety of Sewing, Hemming,
Felting Cording,tucking, Braiding, Oath
ering, Overseaming, Embroider
ing on the edge, anti in addition makes
beautiful Button and Eyelet Holes In all
IT lIASI NO EQUAL
Being absolutely the best
In the World, and Intrinsically the Cheap
est, for it is two Machines combined In one
by a simple and beautiful mechanical ar
Circulars with full particulars and sam
ples of work done'on this machine, can be
had on application at the
BALF}-ROOMS OF THE COMPANY,
South-West Corher of Elaventh end
Instructions given on the Machine gra
tuitously to all purchasers.
A.4G - Jp....rwrs
To Sell this Machine
C. R. Kingsbury,
714 State Street St., Erie,
Agent for Erie, Warren and Crawford
G. P. TP_A_NTIS
Itas removed to Whittich's Block, corner of
State and Tenth Streets, Erie, Pa., where he
has opened a
LARGELY INCREASED STOCK .
Ot 41rocerier, Fruits,' Vegetables, Provisions
and everything rumally kept In a first-class
grocery establishment- We are determined not
to be surpassed, and Invite all who want any
thing in our line to call, feeling assured that we
shall Waldo to give satisfaction both as to qual
ity of goods and prices.
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
NVe have opened a
fo which we ask the attention of those having
Produce ta dispose of. We pledge ourselves to
secure the highest market price Or all articles
entrusted to our care.
DE.I.LERS IN THE ADJOINING TOWNS,
And on the Lines of Railroad.
FRUITS,' VEGETABLES, ETC
Having purehuseil the Interest of the Messrs
Vineents in the
FLOUR AND FEED BUSINESS
Of the late firm, sronld respectfully solicit a
contLnuance of favor from the friends and pa
of the house, and the public In general,
pledgin'g h im and re self that he will at all times try to
Flour, Food and Grain !
At the lowest price for cash in hand. Prom my
long experience in this branch of tho trade, I
trust I know what the public demand, and that
I am prepared to meet that want.
Returning tny thanks to the 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 MWNG, FLOUR, 'FEED,
AND GRAIN BUSINENS,
Will be continued, In all Ha departments, at the
ERIE MILLS, PARADE STREET,
and the Store,
EAPST PARK ILOW,
Between Brown's Witel and Reed House.
Where the public will and a good stock always
for sale, with competent and polite men on
band to supply their wants.
ap2787-13. - H. B. HAVERSTICK.
VatlM 31Ali73Latl WOItIC.S.
M. A. DIATNING,
No:1016- Peach Street, between 10th and
- 1 1 th, Erie, Pa.
Monuments, Tombstones, -Marble and
Slate Mantles, &c.
- I have on band a largo assortment of monu
ments and headstones of various styles, In
American and Italian marble, and a corps of
the best workmen In the State. All orders will
be promptly attended to and satisfaction guar
anteed. :Ay work is warranted unsurpassed,
and I cannot be undersold by any one. Orders
and inspection of 'stock and-prices solicited.
GERMAN SAYINGS INSTITUTION,
Corner Eighth and state f3te.,
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
This Institution is now open for the trunsne•
tion of business. -
OFYICR Hourcs: 9A.M. to P. Si.
SATURDAYS: A. M. to 8 P. M.
Gin Per Cent. Interest will be Given by this
Institatlon to Regular Depositors.
J. Elchenlaub, P. A. Becker, F. P. Liebe],
F. Schneider, John Oenshelmer. •
Matthew Schlaudeeker, —Treasurer.
L. 13. CII.EVA.I.InTt,
DESIGNER & DECORATIVE .ARTIST!
-- • -
Neatest, Cheapest, And -"lost Sign Painting West
of Now York City.
Frescoed In thermatestgtyle of the att.
- General Deilitnfngg, Dint 1t g cillitodeis for the
Patent Office, and every. deserititton of Orna.
mental Painting executed promptJy. Rooms In
Farrar Slit , No. 8, second Coot opirB7-CL
The New Vor k I/ay-Book is a straight forward
Itadical Democratic paper, with a larger circu
lation than any other Democratic journal ever
published on this contineni. and It enters on
the threshold of MIS more prosperous and mote
hopeful of the great. cause MlAllolds than ever
before. Standing on the Declaration of Inde
pendence, that "all (white) men are equal," and
therefore entitled to equal rights, It Is opposed
to all forms and degrees of special legis la tion
that conflict 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 political system must of necessity wreck
the whole mighty fabric left us by our fathers.
God has created white men superior and De
grees luferior, and therefore all the efforts of
the past six years to abolish His work and.
equalize with negroes—every law violated, eve
State Constitution overthrown, every life
Sacrificed and every dollar expended, are ne
cessarily Just so ninny steps towards national
suicide; and the ti n pie and awful pro t. tem now
upon us Is just this—shall we recover our rea
son and retrace our steps, or march on to Mon
grelism, social anarchy, and the total ruin of
The Day Book, therefore, demands the resto
ration of the "Chien as it was"—a Union of co
equal States upon the white basis, as the only
hope, and the only means posible under heaven
for saving the grand ideas of 1775, and the fund
amental priciplea of American liberty, and If
the real freemen, and the earnest, believers In
that sacred and glorious cause In which the
men of the Revolution offered up their lives,
will now labor to expose the ignoranee,delusion
and treason of the Mongrel party It will sue•
meal, and the white Republic of 'Washington
be restored again in all -its original influence
The Day Book will, however, hereafter be
more than ever devoted to all the varted.purpo
ses 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" Summary, so tat to present a transcript
of the World's events in each Issue. Its "Fam
ily Department" will embrace the best original
and selected stories. Its "Agricultural Depart
ment" will be fully sustained, and being the
onlylpaper of its class made up expressly for
country circulation, it Is confident it 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 (tittle Mar.
'kets; 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,
tte., &c., up to time of going to press.
Tanna—Cash is Advance,
One copy one year
Three copies one year 5 50
Five copies - one year, and one to the getter
up of the club • 10 (1)
Ten copies ono year, and one to the getter
upp bf the club 17 50
Additional copies 1 75
Twenty copies one year, and one to the get
ter up of the club 80 00
Specimen copies sent free. Send for a
copy. Address, giving post office, county and
State In full, VAN EVRIE, HORTON &CO
decl2. No 162 Nassau St.. New Yor'k.
Com of Penn and Si. Clair Streets,
The Largest, Cheapest end most Successful
Practical Business College
Fifteen Thousand Students
From Thirty* - Three States In Ten Years
FOR LARGE QUARTO CIRCULAR,
Containing full information, Outline-of Course
of St udy, samples of Cowley's
View of the College Building, diffarent De
partments, City of Pittsburgh, ete.,ete., address
James I'. Crook, hriving taken In his son, Jas.
E., as n partnO, on the Ist (Ingot April, ISM, un
der the Ilrm umne of James Y. Crook & Son, de
sires to have n 'settlement of his old accounts.
All persons knowing ..themselves indebted to
him ewe requested to call and settle without de
ROUGH & PLANED LUMBER,
And Manufacturers of
WINDOW SASH, FRAMES, DOORS at BLINDS.
Mouldings and Picket Fence, Scroll Sawing,
Matching and Planing done to order.
Shop on Peach St.,
Between Fourth and Fifth fibs., Erie, Pa.
We respect CORI , call the attention of the pub
lic to 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 con fi dent of giving satisfac
tion. Orders from abroad will receive prompt
MyiNGI-tf. JAMES P. CROOK & SON.
National Claim Agency
Office In Farrar Hall Building, Eric, Pa.
All claimants for extra bounty allowed by late
acts of Congress, can have the same promptly
collected by sending their discharges to me, the
receipt of which will be promptly acknowledg
ed and Instructions returned.
INCREASE OF PENSIONS.
SLS per month for the total loss of use of either
leg or arm, Insteral of SS. $2 per month for each
minor child of deceased soldiers or seamen.
Also, other increases.
ADDITIONAL FOR VOL. OFFICERS of U.S. A.
Three months pay proper for all in service
March 3d, and discharged after April Loth, IRS.
Claims for arrears of pay, and pensions and
bounty, promptly collected. Unequalled (vicin
ities for closing and completing claims. Allow
ance to prisoners of war collected. Only agency
in North-Western Pennsylvania where years of
experience In the U. H. Treasury can be found,
Thankful for the very liberal patronage be
stowed In the past We hope by increased expe
rience and unremitting attention to patrons, to
secure thelreontiphed favor. office in Farrar
Rail Building. Address.
FOR THE FARMERS.
SIIEEP • SHEARS.—Wilklnson's best, and
Strong's Parent Sheep Shears.
WOOL TWINE, In any quantity
GIUNI) STONES,—^3) tons Tkreo and tako
SCYTllll9.—Gmss and Grain, of the last ma
GRAIN fißADLES.—Grapevine aunt Maley,
complete with Scythes.
HAY FORM—Two nod three tined
HOES, SLOvels, Spades, Manure Forks and
May Knives, for sale by ,
Wadi Strmt, above the Buffalo Road,
/3/..INRIC, Intr.A.N r r aL CUP.,
PARLOR, COOK AND OFFICE STOVES,
TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE,
THE CELEBRATED CURTIS PLOW!
And all 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 we ask.
HENRY. BEINAIs'T 5,C0.
.TAS. A. BLISS,
DEALER IN AND SHIPPER OF ;
Vegetables and Provisions,
No. 22 East'Fifth Street, Erie, Pa.
I would call the attention of the public to the
fact that I taw
SeU Goods on Commission.
Particular attention paid to that business,
and tolorwanling to dealers all kinds of Vege
tables, Fruits, &e.
Flour, Feed & Produce Store,
Eleventh and State Streets,
To which he asks the attention of all who need
anything In his line. - lie will deal In every
thing In the
And warrants his goods to be eqiutl to the best
In the market.
air The highest. market price In cash paid for
all kinds of country produce. np 9-
IN THE UNITED STATES
ism - rrit a: COAVI,M-Y,
Pit tsburgh, Pa
.1.1.31 ES P. , CROOK 4: SON,
S. TODD PERLEY
Lock Box 101. Erie. Pa
3. C. SELDEI4I,
5Z3 French Street.
C. J. IMITGLEHABT-
Has opened a new
at the Corner of
I. BICIEENLA.IIB & CO.,
BOOTS 85 SHOES !
No. 02S Stsite Street.
We have Just finished, and k ‘ reparel (or pub.
lie inspection, a mammoth st4)lt k rd hoots, Move,
Gaiters,ltubbers, etc. embracing every descrip
tion and variety of kinds, and which f or style,
quality and finish cannot he surpassed In the
market all of which arc offered at late reduced
rates. We also pay especial and strfct atten
For which the finest collection of Leathers are
kept on hand, and every facility is secnred for
accommodating customers promptly, and In a
style to render perfect satisfaction. Particular
attention Is also directed to our
No. 8 West Seventh Street,
Where we manufacture at Wholesale, Men's
Boys', Ladies', Mimes', and Children's Boots,
Shoes, Galten, etc., of every variety and kind.
Having latelY enlarged oar manufactory by the
addition of now builtiltuo and improved mo
ehinery, we are prepared to supply the Trade
on short notice and nt the lowest market prices.
Adjoining this department are connected our
LEATHEII AND FINDINGS ROOMS!
Embracing French, German and American
Oaf Skins, of best and varied brands,'Slaughtier
and Spanish Sole Leather, French and Ameri
can Mans of all colors anti 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.
Thdnkful for the past liberal, patronage of the
public, we respectfully solicit, a continuance of
se2G-tf. J. EICIIENLAUB
CHEAP CASH STORE.
. 1%1 IMT N Or ,
(N of Bth and Estate Sta.,
Groceries and Provisions,
Wood, Willow and Stone Ware,
And everything that Is usually kept In a First
Class Family Grocery.
ALL GOODS SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH
The best brands of
Erie County Flour,
Alwaya on Hand. Call and examine prle
414- Goods delivered free In any part of the
city or South Erie., oe3-tl.
J. W. A. 'V' It V. ti; ,
Wholesale and Retell
Dealer, in Furniture
Having purchased the entire stock of Furni
ture of Messrs. Moore & Riblet, I respectfully
ask my old customers and the public generally
to give me a call at the old stand
NO. 715 STATE STREET,
o e r law e i n ic t rr: 4 I have a large
Parlor, Chamber and Bed Room Sets
BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS, TABLES,
And, In fact everything In the line of Furniture.
I am preparo tomanufacturetoorder anv style
that may be galled for. Remember, No. 715
State street, east aide, between Seventh and
ap,75'67-tf. JOHN W. AYRES.
LOUIS BERGE & CO.,
FIRST-CLASS AGRAFFE OVERSTRUNG
PIANO-1 7 1311TES
WAREBOODES, 97 ELME= STREET.
These Pianos arc recommended by the most,
emlnentjudges, and are, for power, fulinesa,elas-
Hefty of touch and durability, unsurpassed by
any pianos made in this country.
OVARAICTEED FOR FIVE TEARS.
Illustrated Cidalogue and. Price List sent by
mail on application. febl3lZ-ly.
E. M. COLE & SON
liarpera' and similar Magazines, e..!, , 7§ rents
Ckxley's, and similar Magazines, at, 51.00 per
llarper'a and Frank Leslie's papers, at $2,25
per year. •
We are also making and selling
1 st; nlc Sookt !
REDITCED PRICES S
Bindery over Keystone ;National Bank. ear.
ner State and Bth streets.. nip M-11.
Blank Book Manufactory!
• WO would respectfully announce to the public
that we have opened a •
1300 I: BINDERY,
and are prepared to do work In any branch of
Of all kinds, on hand and made to order, mid
ruled to any pattern desired.
MAGAZIN'ES AND OLD BOOKS,
Boundaud repaired ha the best style
'Keystone Bth onal Bank,
_Corner State and
8t Streets Erie, Pe.
THE 'LARGEST AND CHRAPiST
Democratic Journal In Pennsylvania!
The Lancaster Intelligencer, established in
DS%has always been known as a ilrst-class Po
litical and Family , Newspaper. The Weekly
Intelifeencer Is now the hugest Democratic pa
per published in Pennsylvania. It has lately
been greatly ; improved in all respects, and Is
Just e such a paper as every Democrat should
The publishers of the Intelligencer regard it
to be the duty of every ]democrat to support Ms
county papers in preference to any other ; butes
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 Intelligences at the follow
ing low rates:
tousle copies, one year, VA; Five copies to,ce,
Ten copies 817,00; Twenty copies MOO; Thirty
copies 545,00; Fifty copies, to one address, WOO:
Eighty cople_s, to one address, Otal,oo, j wi iy In;
teingeneer $.1,00 per aum.
igiir Persons wishin go sell teal estate can And
no better advertising medium than the Weekly
U. O. SMITH & CO. Laneader, Pa.
ERIE CITY IRON WORKS,
The Bradley Engine
Double Cylinder Engine,
ur_4llp.il , l twasr.:"A m
FIiTY TO ONE HUNDRED FER CENT.
More power than a single C.t Under Engine
using the same amount of Steam.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS !
OIL STILLS AND TANKS!
CIOCULAI2 , SA.wmnr.-Ls
Mri. John B. .Perkins 9
I AND DEALER IN
Foreign & Domestic Fruits,
NO. 829 STATE ST., CORNER : NINTH,
Pine Apples, Oranges, Leurns, Peaches,
- Always on hand In their season. ,
Parties promptly furnished with every de
scription of CRI ME, PYRAMIDS, ICE.S. ETC.,
The nicest store west of New York.
2,500,000 Customers in Pour Years
PATRONIZE THE BEST.
H A l m] g u h , e en larges t, cap 1, most_
• , and exte l n t s a ive trade of
concern in the Dollar Sale business, we
to every Instance, and also the hest selection of
•tioods ever offered at
. No other concern has any show wherever our
Agents are selling. Our motto, "Prompt and
Reliable." Male and female agents wanted in
city and country•.
Are particularly requested to try our popular
club,ystem of selling all kinds of Dry and li'an
cy Goods, Dress Patterns, Cotton Cloth, Castors,
Silver Plated Goods, Watches, ix. (Established
DM.) A. patent pen fountain and a check de
scribing an article. tobe sold for a dollar, 10 eta;
2.0 for V; 40 for II4; 03 for SG; 100 for S 10; sent by
mail. Free presents to getter up, (worth 50 per
cent. more than those sent by any other con
cern,) according to size of club. Send us a trial
club, or if not do not fall to send for a circular.
N. B.—Our sale should not be classed with
New York dollar jewelry sales or bogus "Tea
Companies," as it Is nothing of the sort.
EASTMAN & KENDALL,
Jel-3m* Si Hanover St., Boston, Mass. -
Authorized Capital 8600,000
TBE SECOND NATIONAL BANE
opened for business on.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 12TH, 1861,
In the banking-office previously occupied by the.
Merchant's Bank, Brown's Building, north-east
corner of State street and public Park.
WM. L. SCOTT, C. CURRY. CLYt.sh.
WM. L. SCOTT, of firm of J. Hearn & Co., Coal
JOS. U'CARTER, of firm of Belden, Bliss &
GEO. J. MORTON, Coal Dealer.
W. S. BROWN, Agent Buffalo & Erie It. R.
JOHN C. BlJitfik.'SS, of firm of Clemerur,Cangh
.y dr. Burgess, Wholesale Grocers.
0. E, cRouCH, of firm of Crouch & Bro., Flour
M. It. BARR, of firm of Barr, Johnson &. Sea
.. n Stove Manufacturers.
F. k 'FARRAR, of firm of Gray Jr Farrar,
• holesale Grocers. •
J. DREISIGAKER, Grocer,
A now and well selected stock of
Stoves,' Tin, Japanned, Brittania and
House Pnrnisking Goods Generally
We also have a large and well arranged shop,
with all the modern improvements for manu
facturing tin ware of every description, and
with a corps of competent workmen, under the
supervision of Mr. C. Avery (who has had many
years experience in city work). Wear° kitty pre
pared le do Job work of all kinds with neatness
and dl ate Are well posted in setting hot air
furnaces, rooting, etc. Call and see us and ex
amine our stock. - tub/913-15.
Erie City Steam Bakery !
Manufacturers of all kinds of,
Crackers, Bread, Cake,
Also, the celebrated
" EXCELSIOR" CRACKERS,
And sole manufacturen; of the patent
Factory, corner State and 3d Sts., Eric, Pa
1 NEW PERFUME FOR TUE ILLIDRERCUIEF
I•halon , s . “Ilight TBlooming Cverus.99
Phalan•. •• Aistat Clloamiug Cereas.,
Pholoohi - •• Night Blooming Contemn,
Phalaiaor ••ligst Bloonfing Corms.”
Malden , * " :Vigils Uloorei?gg Cerens.9,
A mod exquisite. delicate, and Fragrant Perfume,
distilled from the awe and beautiful dower frau ,
which It takes Its tiaras.
bubufacturvi only by
- PRIALLON & SON, Now York.
ASR FOR PHALON'S-TAlit NO OTIIER.
Country Produce, Groceries, Proyisious,
E. M: COLE & SON
Tobacco, Crockery Ware, Fruits, Nub:, .tc
West aide, between Bth and 9th Streets, Erie, ,Pa.
Cash paid for cot/airy produc,
F. W.LBEIL my 2441. W. PIRLIART
LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the estate
of Fmnk /fanner, deceased, having been
been granted to the undersigned ; notice is
_hereby given to all Indebted to said estate to
matte Immediate payment, and those having
claims- against the same will present them,
duly authenticated, for settlement.
13 4 4 w
(OR PRINTING of every kind, In large or
ernall quantalwt, phalli or colored, done In
the best style, and nt moderate prices, at the
BLANKA! BLANIPM—A. complete sunort
went of every kiwi of Blanks needed by
_Constables and Business
Men, for into at the observes Mee.
ANow Compound or
And Is Warranted to give
OF ALL 81YLES
of all I)eserlptlons
Ono 'Dollar Each.
CAPITAL PAW IN $200,000
CISTERN AND WELL PUMPS,
PATTERSON & AVERY,
447 French St., Erie, Pa
W. J. SANDS & CO., Proprietors.
SL - c.,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS
F. A. WEI3E.II dt. CO..
WINES; LIQUORS, SUGARS,
Hoop Skirt & Corset Depot!
New York Hoop Skirt Manufactory,
70()r4 MTA'Ji7 mrr.
Neal, Light, Fashionabl
SPRING STYLES !
NATHAN COUF.N respectfully informs the
ladies of Erie and surrounding country that
lie has on hand a large assortment of l loop
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, lie is confident or his
ability to give entire satisfaction to all those
Who may favor him with a call. If any of him
make will break within ono year, limy will be
repaired, and no charges made.
Old Skirts repaired, altered and shaped as
new. New Shirts made to order at the shortest
notice. A splendid and large stock of all kinds
of Corsets and Corset Steels constantly kept on
hand. Country merchants supplied at the very
lowest rates. 'NATHAN COHEN,
Ja2-tl. No. ItiM State street, Erie, Pa.
" THE WORLD."
At the opening of the year ISGS, "The World"
challenges, more confidently than ever, the
sympathy and support of ail patriotic citizens.
A'glorlous work has been gloriously begun.—
Beep already answers deep. The long fidelity
of this Journal to the cause of liberty protected
by law stands nobly vindicated In a splendor of
victory shining front Maine to California. Con
necticut, Ohlo, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New
York, have thundered forth their verdict upon
the misrule and mfalness of the past. But touch
more remains to be done. Never was the peril
of the country greater. The Radicalparty still
decrees the death of representative self-govern
ment in ten sovereign States. Armed with mil
itary despotism and wholesale Negro Suffrage,
desperately grasps at a permanent lease of
power, In defiance of public opinion, at the cost
of enormous taxes and of crippled Industries,
at the cost of 'Union and Pizee.
To the great battle still to be fought '''The
World'. will give all its paints, all its energies.
It asks of its irlends in their turn as much ; it
asks of therntriore readers and a wider influ
ence. It asks this with confidence in its claims
as a newspaper' and as , un organ of opinion.
The chief use of a Newspaper is to give Its
ALL THE NEWS.
For this the facilities of "The World" are un
surpassed by any Journal In .the United States.
It seeks to excel by an accuracy and candor, a
spirit and freshness In its news columns winch
shall commend it to readers of whate% er party,
sex, creed or place.
As an organ of opinion "The World - is the un
flinching champion of
A Liberal, Progressive Democracy,
whereof the corner stone is Freedom restrained
by Justice; Freedom pure an& simple, in the
largeSt collective measure•, the taco of Justice
being to protect Freedom from encroachments ;
Freedom of the individual eitizat in his rights of,
though, speech, religion and locomotion; in his
Right to make any money bargains ho thinks
proper in spite or foolish usury laws; in hier
Right to buy and sell in all markets, domestic
and foreign, in spite of unjust protcdive thrill's;
in his Right to choose his own (odd and drink,
la spite of meddlesome temperance laws ; In his
Right to represen tatlon in the klti slat ice btxlies
which tax 111114 in spite of unconstitutional ex
clusions; Freedom of collective citizens to as
semble for discussion of glevances; Freedom of
-all local coinmunitics to manage thCir local af
fairs without central interference; FreLviom in
every section of the country, Lunt the arrogant
and uneonstit utional domination of other sec
tions. This large ,and comprehensive idea of
Freedom sums up the polities of The World,"
which will never be found want lug to this cap
ital interest of the country - and of the human
A paper published In the metropolis is natu
rally looked to (or eareint Market reports am
authentic information, awl Sutelhgeut discus
bIOIIS relating to
Trade, Commerce and Finance.
In thece fenturett "The 'World" invites run
parbton with any (Altar lournal. '
The WEEKLY WORLD, a large quarto sheet,
same size as Daily, is now printed wholly lu
large type, and (since its union with the New
York Argus) has the largest circulation of any
weekly Journal published, save one. It is an
unrivalled journal for the Farmer, Live Stock or
Produce Dealer, Country Merchant, Etc. Pub
The,SEMI-WERKLY WORLD is a large quar
to sheet, same size as Daily, which, by omit
ting the great mass of city advertisements from
the Daily, contains everything else that appears
in the daily and weekly edition , . Published
Tuesday and Friday.
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pendium and discussion of the news of every
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ropy one year /
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39 " " 1 Semi• Weekly
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he year at the above club rates.
Changes In club lists made only on request o
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viotisly been sent, and enclosing twenty-11v
cents to pay for trouble of the change to sepa
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Post (Mice Money Order or Batik Pratt,. Bills
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ies, posters, etc., sent free of charge wherever
unit whenever dealt ed. Address all orders and
letters to TILL•' WORLD,
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TILE 3LORNDIG PATRIOT.'
The office of the late Patriot nod Union hav
ing pa.,sed Into the hands of the nrlerstgned,
they propose to supply a vacuum that has long
existed In the newspaper press of interior Penn
From some cease or'other the reading masses
of the Democratic party of the meat interior
counties of the state have been compelled, ei
ther to do without the latest nen., ur patronize
JournaLs whose political sentiments were dis
tasteful to theta.
The Morning Patriot is int.•ndcl to supply
Its proprietors are determined that no effort
shall bespared, on their part, to make it fully
oqual, as a newspaper, to any of Its competitors.
Whatever the electic wires are able to eoniniu
ntente, up to the hour of going to press will be
furnished in its columns every morning; and
Its large size will enable It to give mi item; much
reading matter as any of its conteluporaries.
As an advocateofs.mtal political sent intents,
favoring no faction, clique or se; lion, but devo
ting its entire energies to the good of the whole
party • as a vehicle of the latest news, and a
chronicler of pressing events, we are determined
it shall-not be excelled; aud_we confidently ap
peal to a discriminating public for that appre
ciation and encouragement which are indispen
sable to success.
For the Dully, one year in advance,
Stx months, "
Single Copley, Three Cents,
THE WEEKLY PATRIOT.
It is the determination of the proprietors of
the Patriot to make their weekly journal fully
srmal to what the Patriot and 'Union was In Its
palmiest days. It will be one of the largest
weekly papers in the State, and special pains
will be taken to MI its columns with such rend
ing matter as will be alike interesting and use
ful to the Farmer, the Mechanic and the Man
of Business, and to make It an agreeable and
welcome visitor In every family.
Every nerson should subscribe to the paper
prinks). in his own county, and we do not mean
to enter into competition with the Meal papers
of the State. lint, many people take their home
paper and a city paper to addition.' To such we
Single copy, one year.
" six months.
Teu copies, ono year....._..
Twenty copies, one year.. ~,,,,,,,,,,,
Flay copies (to one whims) one year,
One hundred copies "
All orders should be addressed to
1.1. F. HEYEIIS
LLTT ItiJSTIMMIOLTZ, of Sterrettanta, is pre
-1.1. 'tarot to dix wells In any part of Erto
county. , He tows a horse and Pulley, willelt en
ables him to do the work faster and cheaper
than by the old method. Refers to Chas. I:wil
ier or Conrad Max, Erie city • Israel Muster or
John Shenk West Mill Creek; Andrew Stur
geon or David Fidler, Fairview. ,tyht aw
JOll PRINTING of every kind, in largo or
small quantities, plain or colored, done In
the beet style. and at moderate prices, at the
The Song Cabinet
I Olt THE LiE of
Seminaries, Aeadeades aro
ray C. c. ALLEN.
Tilly Book costal nN;
very c • arefully p,. p. 0,1
taary riontc Leshoir , .
SECONfif. Y.—A largo nutal,, • of la,
taut School bons.
Tlf tatit.r.—A short Cal/Wt.-Th. 8,1.4,1 E
vat --deslgni d exprema !or usr, at
neeeption,, Com erts ai, 1 Exlilt,ltlf44:"'
The publisher lepers,eoll tilts
Principals and tc= tv ,1 11 , 1 call ",
tendon to its Ntl Derlfa mer
'look. The author hus irt*ll very earq m ,.. 9
selection of his MUSIC, whleh i4llllllrAtitt
new, and In adapting to
with unobieetlon.thle M1111M4.1,t, p
g t wt ,„, , j4
commend Its wloralon lrt 011 r,ur
The SONG CABINET h. 1,, • ti
Ilard of Education as the 1, .0 . 1,; 0 ` , ', 4 74 ,
tools in the city w k '''t
Price, 60 Cents evil. To Seh , s;ii;-4,, , s! rt.;
lard per Dv: ea.
Sample Copy nent by mull, priq
celpt of .50
Publlsbed by WM, HALL d I.,C)N
0. J. WILLARD,
No. 543 14roadaay, New Yott
O. J. WILLA.III3,
11 11 1 1111 A
WIto:( 4 ,:ole Agent for the Ulf v atm
York for the celebrated
‘‘ VOS "
Arc strictly speaking 11Nt rlas.ll and
failed to become the LKADING PIANO a!,;,;',
er introduced. Dealers will I,e hupptel.i.,
Ifinest Wholesale Itatts and guarantetill.:-.4.
ta. Large illustrate4prle,h,t, gh Inz
likeness from photographs, scat to ..1.3
On application, Addles , ' _
I). .1. WILLAI::,
Wholesale Agent 413 Broad% ay, New ,
S. D. &H. W. SMITH'S
AMT - RICAN 0 It GAYS!
O. J. Willatd, Wholesale Agent
The Cases I.ue the
LARGEST IN TIIT: MARKET,
New anti heu4l.ul iu de.rDi ant! wo,
—are ulnae troin the best o: m a t e ri a .
with grent ezire, having a capAth
quality of tone, yet deed and
bdied Ia hig.iny 1.014-hed
Rosewood Cases, wail dr,i: ale b. daub,
1,19 w pethds, k s ell,, to: Allis tl.etrp
'nolo s Lop, with which the a ioct , e.mttful Mt.!
enn be produced. Send for ill
giving full particulars. A.: Ins;
0. J. NVILLARD,
Prwesnt a large diieount oelow n3anufar.
et's' prices. Every instrutaent warranted:l
Also, the thst Sewing M whines Madan;
on band. Every 31achita 4arrantmlfurtL-d
No. 815 State street, Erie, Pa.
• w:;,E] Vittdi
soap MANUFACTURES'. OF cc , : t
Corner of Holland and Sixth Street!
Greenbacks for Bonds,
It "legal tender," are good enough fur 0,0 .
dit, merchant, farmer, mechanic,
and all others who pay tale',
they are good enough for
rich bondholder, who
pay no Luc..
THE PITTSBURGII POST ,
The only Democratic daily in tre , tercFß , 3
, v1 , ..m la, and a it rat-elaaN ncwsp:tix r.
the late-4 intelligence front all parts r•
world. fall local and commercial rei,orts.:Q
er with a vast amount, of miscellancou , : , ' ,
is delivered to subberibera in iltt‘burzh '-
neigixboring cities and town. at the low pr x.
Fifteen Cents per Week, or by NW, 2401 _
Dollars a Year.
THE WEEKLY POST.
Circulation larger than any ltathml
per published in Penttsy la. A lair r.rd ,
page paper, forty - -eight columns of matte, rt•
taing the leading editortals..tA
Daily Post, full reports of the. &in: ,
itump—late telegrams, cable, local and t;..! 3 '
reports, agricultural, poetry; atom.,
malted to any address at
• TWO DOT:f•Alitcl A YEAH.
Or when ordered hi clubs of th c and
ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY alas
O (Imitate the Post and , nereakthr l-61- '
cmtic vote. All orders mrc , i.
with the cash, and no devia; ion cila
from the terms given above. Spet'inii', `.
mailed to any address, free chanle• '—
the publishers, JAS.... BABB 3!.'.;
mrYttii. Pa titut , "'.
Discharge fu liankrues,
N THE Dismw
tr coral . of,L ,
I States for the Western I ”striet rinr:,
vanlit. T. P. Babcock, a li.,nkrurt
Act of Cont;ress ot March "d sir,
for a discharge from all lo
claims provable under said Aet, hr
Court, Notice is hereby given to alipers..,.
have proved their debts, and other fa':
te t est ed, to appear On the irt'i das.'
at I. o'clock, P..L, before S. Wocitt,
Register, at his mike in Erie Pa.,
14' any they have, why a disci Ir„,.ic
granted to the said bantam , '
Bee is hereby given that the s econd
meetings the - editors of. the d
mitred byirth and 2Sth s. et lonsol
wLB be had before the sold it
^i ter attht
time and place. S. C. M. i'ANDLB" ,
Clerk of U. S. District Court :or
T 3 S. 1117NTER has ream. , edo
It. stand, Noah of t lie Depot, te
three doors west of the Anwriean
west Park, where lie has a %. t) One Ilse , .
HATS, CAPS. &C.,
Warranted to be in sty:e.qu„, t3-1- ;411
lalt to any in the lent kit, and ropect..,-;30
Its a tall Croat his ,old friends and Re r e ly
genenilly, assuring them none a - 1110 311 x
satisfied. - -
I)LANKS I BLANK'S !--• A comPlel e d e i
merit of every kind of
Men. for sale at the Observer ofie
TOB PRINTING of every Irtrui. ID f e ll a- -;
to small quantities, plain or colons/. ma
the best style, and at moderate priced •