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1 4 4 T 3E NV 'l' V . rib im ,
NEW PRESSES, AND SUPERIOR WORKMEN.
North-West Corner of State Street and the Park.
MOST' C42031:P1.V.'1 • 11 MANN UR,
Job Printing of Every Description
hi a style of unsurpassed neatness, and at prices to compete with any other ()Me li, e in I North
West. Our PRE'..IBV3 ars of the
MOST IMPROVED KIND,
Our Trek all NEW, unalVl the NEATEST STYLE 43, and our Worucunk eqtal to any in the coun
try. With the Machinery and Material we now possess, we feel fully warninteal in
claiming that NO OFFICE in the western Part of tho State EXCEIII, aurt
wily one er two equal us, in facilities for turning, out work in a
RAPID AND SATISFACTORY MANNER
•. • •
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Received, and work warranted not to be Inferior to that done In the Ea. turn sit tM
Cards, -. Letter and Bill Heads, Circulars, Statewnis,
Ana nil ate kinds Of Wolk In um. , by 13Initne‹5 Men
ENGRAVING, LITHOGRAPHING, &c.
We here made arrangements frith tho largeNt and best Ndablisliment In Buffalo for procuring
any sort Of Engravl,ng that may be needea, in as good Style laid at
A LESS PRICE THAN IF THE- ORDER WAS SENT TO THEM DIRECT
Buildings, Machinery, Seals, . Antographs, MapseTortralts,
By e arm M.lng them to us will be assured of a good piece of work In the moat prompt mid sallstaa.
tory manner. Engravings, furnished either on Wood, Stone or al.
I■ thin deign intent we hart , thellities t Ind arid ansurnassed. Persons having printing to brindle
that requites Ruling or Binding In connection, will find It to their interest to entrust It to its. We
Will guarantee that it shall he perfornacol in a work tihinlike in:inner, and that the r!•arge will• be
tq modentte as ran be atforilcd.
The 'liberal patronage extended to this office during the ink two yearn has en. en I n;n4l us to
=eke every (*doll possible to deserve the favors of our frienas, and we Imw take r'jc grand-
Wien in Informing them and the public that we have smeeeded In titthug up an ....tat,h4ment
meal to every requirement of the community.
Tr'ears deternuned to compete With the best, and only ask a tria.l. to pallsfy any ;11. tb.d we
dater' no more than we are Justly entitled to.
Constantly r,n liand natal supply of Attorney'll,Jost let., of the Peare and i:L .'flanks,
Of the moat upproyed terms. Also, BLANK NOTES of every kind and ItECEI .1:1,;i1 , I.lr in
books. • - •
R. S. MORRISON,
Raving removed his stock of goods to the
lore In eau Reed House roerly occupied by
Ileum Mosel], Stephens & Wlldey, takes plea
sure in annourkelng to his old customer, and
the citizens of Erie generally, that be has oiler -
ed out a
NEW AZS'D •SELECT STOCK
Dry Goods, Dress Goods, &e.,
For Spring nnil 'Summer Wear
I Intend to keep at all times the best goods In
the market, and a fullzmortinent of everything
my line. Purchasers can always do better
by buying , of me than by fining- East.
Remember the place.
No. 6 Reed House,
South Ode of the'Pnrk
R. S. MORRISON.
Assignee in Bankruptcy.
ILN THE DISTRICT COURT of the Piffled
States, for the:Western District of Penn'a.,
n the mat ter of Pearson Clark. bankrupt. The
undersigned hereby nit ex notice of hl4 111q)M nt
merit us assignee of Pearson Clark, of Erie, in
the county of Erie and State of Pennsylvania,
within said distrtet, oho has been adjudged a
bankrupt upon his own petition. by the
trict Court of said district, dated at Erie, Pa.,
♦ug.lY, A. D. I*..S.
lIPNRY M. RIBLET,, Assignee,
Atty. at Law, No. 1= Peach St Erie Pa
TN THE DISTRICT COURT , of the United
States for the Western District ,ilyennsyl
. yank'. James A. Bliss. a. bankrupt under
the Act of Congress of March 2d, 1N,7, having
t applied for a discharge from all his debts and
other claims provable under said Act, by order
- • ' of the Court, notice Is hereby given to all per
Aisignec In Bankruptcy - . 1
Petra who have proved their debts, and other
IN THE DisTRICT COURT of the United !ons interetited, to appear on the 1.50.1 day of
states, for the Western District of Penit'a., Sent., 1868, at 9 o'cloc, -A. M.. before S. K
In the matter of Wm. H. Crtalker, bankrupt. t : Woodruff Esq. It..LT,lster,rit his otcin the city
Ms undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap- i of Erie 1 1 a., to show cause,- If city they have,
point/nem as assignee of ‘Vin. U. Craiker, or 1 Why a discharge should not be granted to the
Leßmutr, in the county of Eric and State of l -said bankrupt. And further, notice is hereby
Penrea, within said district, who lias been nits given that the second and third meetings of
judged a bankrupt upon his own pentium by : Creditors of the said bankrupt, rel bin ti by the
the District Court of said district, dated at Erie, i 27th and 2.Stil seetions of s id Act, will be had
Pa., Aug. 19, A. D. ises . • - before the said Register at the same tittle and
HENRY M. HIBLET, Assignee, place. S. C. MCCANDLI.I.SS,
AttY. at Mw, No. I= reach St. - , Erie, Pa. , Clerk of 1.% S. District Court for said District.
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Iluving fitted up (nunlike to the
ani pr4pared to du
OR RS FOR
iveei“l attention given to Ih. pi int Ing of
Parties wanting Cuts of
SIECTUIR It --
Life Insurance Co.,
Avnety., Dee. 1, ISB7, 151,250,390.24.
Bum , Aim, N. V.
This eertltlea that we, the tnuh•r'lgned. have
• examined into WO merits of the sFt:carry
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, and believe It
to be sound, reliable and equal to the bent fn
Sidney Shepard -& Co., Wholesale Hardware
A. F. Trlpg., nrm_of Sidney Shepar,l (fa. ,
fillaans Crissey. Cominl.sion Vouch; fit
Dudley & Co. Oil Refiners.
. P. fturke, Farmers' & Nat. Dank.
0, A. Williams, "
.1. O. Robson & Co., tiold‘mlths and Jea
simon Neff, /loot tandElme Dealer.
P. F. Curry, Supt. Forest Lawn Cemetery,
George F. Lee, Attorney and Counselor.
Cyrus P. Lee, Erie Co. Savings Bank.
Josee L. Fairchild, Register in liatil, - ruptey.
call All persons desiring insurance will do well to
M. M. MOORE, Erie, . Pa,,
Genera/ Agent for Western Pa.
AV V OL2if.
11111J3 W 3 0113 tla
Farmers and Others,
t.liff 81.E1,W .%x 11/1.1-NS,
MEESE, EGGS, FLoun ASO MEAI
FLAX, COTTON, FURS ANIISICINI4
DRIED AND C;REEN FRUITS,
GRAIN, WOOL. P 01.71
Tay, •NAVA L sT4 YR Es,
84 )11G Li 310L.1SSES, tire.,
Gen'! Commission Merchant
442, 444 and 448 Washington St.,
NEW YORK CITY,
And receive his weekly Price Current of Pro
duce and Groceries, the most complete Price
Current published in the United States.
SEND FOR A PRICE 'CURRENT
Marking Plates and (nrds Furnished Free
Liberal Advatuees Made on Conviguments.
ESTABLISHED MAY ?, ]Y,I9
Ft] st era's references ni% en when required.
LATEST & BEST !
Button Hole, . Overseaming
SEWING ALA.CIIINE !
IS warranted to execute in tlie best man
ner every variety of Sewing, Hemming,
Felling.pwiling, Tucking, Braiding, Gath
ering, quilting, Oversearning. Embroider
ing on the edge, and In addition makes
beautiful Button and Eyelet Holes In all
rr fiCA.S NO ItIQTJA.L. :
Ming absolutely the best
In the World, and Intrinsically the Cheap
est, Mr it l' I,wo :Machines eombliied in one
by a simple and•,beautiful meclinnleal ar
Circulars with full particulars and sam
ples of work done on this machine, can be
bad on application at flee
SALES-ROOMS OF THE COMPANY,
South-West Corner of Eleventh and,
Instruction...given nil the 3hAohine grt
tuitously ail pureh:t•ers.
JEN .rt. 4 W.A.:1,C1'1.:
To Sell this Ninehlne
C. R. hingmbury,
714 State Street St., Erie,
Agent for Erie, Warren and Crawford
461-. Y. 1I A'
Ilas reinovcsi to Whittich'sloek, corner of
Rate and Tenth htreets, Erie, Po., where he
has opened a
LARGELY INCREASED STOCK
Of Groceries, Frfilts, Vegetables, Provisions
and everything usually kept in a that-class
groeery establishnient. We are determined not
to he surpassed, and invite all who want any
thing in our line to cull, feeling assured - that we
shalt be able to give sat Manton both as to qual
ity of goods and prices.
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
We have opened a
ro w•hirh're ttsk the attention of those having
Produce to dispose or. We pledge ourselves to
secure the highest market price for all articles
entrusted to our care.
DEALERS IN TILE A DJOININO TOWNS,
- And on the Lines of Railroad,
Supplied. with -
Faults, VEGETABLES, ETC
rnrehnsed tho Interest of the Messrs
FLOUR AND FEED
Of the late thin, would respectfully solicit
continuance of favor front the friends and pa
trons of the house and the public in general,
pledging himself that he will ut times try to
sell good and reliable
Flour, Feed and Grain:
At the lowest price for cash In hand. From my
long experience In this_ branch of the trade, I
trust I know what the public demand, and that
I am prepared to meet that want.
Returning my thanks to the public for their
liberal patronage to rue In the paht, I hope by
ht Het attention to my business and their wants,
to merit a continuance of their patronage lathe
future. - •
THE, MILLING, FLOUR, FRFT),
AND GiLAIN BUSINF-Q,4,
'Will be Continued, In all Its dejitirtinents, at the
ERIE MILTS, PARADE STREET,
and the Store,
LAST 1" A. R. ,
-Between Brown's Hotel:lnd Reed House,
Where the public will find n good stock always
for sale, with competent and polite men on
hand to supply their wants.
p2.5'67-Iy. H. B. HAVVLSTICK.
i;na Jr: 311.11T11L.T1 NV( )11 1C.1.3.
M. A. DUNNING',
No. 'lole Peat& Street, between 10th and
11th, Elio, Pa.
Monuments, Tombstones, Mnrble and
Slate Mantles, &c.
I have on hand a large assortment of monu
ments and headstones of various* styles, in
American and Italian marble, and a corps of
the treSt workmen in the state. All orders will
be promptly attended to and satisrActlon guar
anteed. My work-Is warranted u.isurpassed,
and I cannot be undersold by any Vile. Orders
and Inspection of stock and prices solicited.
GERMAN SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
Corner 'Eighth and tOtate Sts.4
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
This Institution is now open for the transac
tion of business.
OFFICE: 11067-4: 9 A. M. to 1 P. 31.
SATURDAYS: 9 A. M. tots P. M.
Six Per Cent interest will be Given by this
Institution to Regular Depositors.
J. Et e chenlanb, P. A. Becker, F. P. Liebe],
F. Schneider, John (lewilieinier.
1.. ./3. CIIEV.A.I.AMIR.
DESIGNER 'ct DECORATIVE ARTIST 1
Neatest, Cheapest, and Best Sign Painting West
of New York City.
Parlors, Halls, Chorohes, &e.,
Frescoed in the neatest style of the art.
General Designing, DrafUng of Models for the
Patent Office and every description of Om
-mental Painting executed promptly. Booms In
Farrar Hall, No. 3, second floor. ap11414.1.
White Mn Huai Rule America,
CLUBS FOR MS...CLUBS FOR 1868.
The Beet New York 'Weeklv Pubßilked.
NEW -YORK DAY BOOK !
The New York Day-Book is a straightforwaid
Radical Democratic paper, with a larger elreti
lotion than any other Democratic Journal ever
published on this continent, and It enters on
the threshold of ISB more prosperous and more
hopeful of the great cause It upholds than ever
before. Standing on the Declaration of Inde
pendence, that "all (while) men are equal," and
therefore entitled to equal rights, it is opposed
to all forms and degrees of special legislation
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 uecesaity wreck
the whole mighty fabric left ns by our faAhers.
God has created white men superior and ne
groes inferior, and therefore all the efforts of
the past six years to abolish lila work and
equalize with negroes—every law violated, eve
ry State Constitution overthrown, every life
sacrificed and every dollar expended, are ne
cessarily Just so many steps towards national
suicide; and the simple and awful proLlem 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 Bay hook, therefore, demands the resto
ration of the "Chion as it was"—e. Union of co
equal States upon the white baste, 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 ignorance,delusion
and treason of the Mongrel party, it will sue.
Cecil, 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 varied 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 as 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 folly sustained, and being the
only paper 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 Cattle Mar
kets; Grain, Provisions and Cotton Markets,
and a Weekly review of Financial matters, to
gether with the markets, '
by telegraph, from
Isiew Orleans, Cairo, Chafteston Philadelphia,
&e., &c., op to time of going to press.
Terms-Cash is Advance.
One copy one year , CO
Three copies one year 550
Five copies one year, and one to the getter •
up of the club 10 CO
Ten copies ono year, and one to the getter
up of the club 17 50
Additional copies 1 75
Twenty copies one year, and one to the get
ter up of the club 'lO 430
Specimen copies sent free. Send for a
copy. Address, giving post office, county and
State In full, VAN EVRIE, BORTON & CO.,
deer:. No 1M Nassau St., New York.
Cor. of Penn and St. Clair Streets,
TM. Largest, Cheapest and most SuCeeshint
Practical Business College
Fifteen Thousand, Students
From Thirty - Three States In Ten Years
FOR LARGE QUARTO CIRCULAR,
Containing full information, Outline of course
of Study, samples of Cowley's
View of the College Building, different De
part men ts, City of Pittsburgh, etc., etc., address
James, P. Crook, having taken In his son, Jas.
as a partner, on the Ist day of April, 18133, un
der the firm name of James P. Crook &Son, de
sires to have a settlement of hls old accounts.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
him are reque,,ted to call and settle without de
- And Manufacturer of
WINDOW SASH, FILVIIES, DOORS Jr MINUS.
Mouldings and Picket Fenee, Scroll Sawing,
Matching and Planing done to order.
I.?Miop on Peach St.,
Between Fourth and Fifth Sts., Erie, N.
We respectfully call the attention of the pub
lic to our faellit ILI; for doing work In the best of
style, promptly and on reasonable terms. Hav
ing fitted up entirely nett/ shops, with superior
machinery, we feel confident of giving hangar , -
Hon. Orders (rota abroad will receive prompt
at tent lon.
National Claim Agency
Office in Farrar Hall Building, Erie, Pa
All claimants fer extra bounty allowed by late
acts of COI3gTeRA, can have the same promptly
collected by sending their distharges to me, the
receipt of which will be promptly acknowledg
ed and instructions returned.
INCREASE OF PENSIONS.
$l5 per month for the total lass of use of either
leg or arm, Instead of tei. (2 per month fpr each
minor child of deceased soldiers or, seamen.
Also, other increases.
ADDITIONAL FOR VOL. OFFICERR Of U. S. A.
Three months pay proper for all In service
March 341, and discharged after April Bth, 1866.
Claims for arrears of pay, and pensions, and
bounty, promptly collected. Unequalled facill-
Hies 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. S. 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 their continued fat or. Office In Farrar
Hall Building. Address
.FOR TILE FARMERS.
SHEARS.—Wilkinson's best, and
CI strong's Patent Sheep Shears.
1vo0L; TWINE, In any quantity
GRIND STO'NEs.-29 tons Berea. and Lake
SCYTHES.--Grass alot ( Frain. of the best ma
GRAIN CRADLES.—Gmpm awl Muley,
complete with Scythes.
HAY FORKS.—Two and thr - ce tined
lIOt Y , Shovels, Spadm, Manure Forks and
Hay Knives, for sale by
Peach Street, above the Buffalo Road,
I IN I A. IN "I' eic
CO., I.I.INUFACIVREIL4 OF
PARLOR, COOK AND OFFICE STOVES,
TIN ANI) SHEET IRON WARE,
TilE CELEBRATED CURTIS PLOW!
And all kinds of Iron Cas tings.
Every Stove sold by us is warranted to give
satisfaction. Kettles, Sleigh Shoes, Sad Irons,
ike., on hand and manufactured to order. Plows
and Plow Points of superior make and durabili
ty always on hand, A call and n. fair trial of
oar arth les is all we ask.
HENRY. BRYANT & CO.
JAS. A. BLISS,
DEALER IN AND BIIIPPER - OF
Vegetables and Provisions,
No. 2 East Fifth Street, Erie, Pa.
I would call the attention ot the public to the
fact that I also
Sell Goods on Commission.
Particular Annan paid to that business,
and to forwarding to dealers all kinds of Vege•
tables, Fruits, Se. jet res-tr
Flour, Feed & Produce Store,
at the comer of
Eleventh and State Streets,
To which he asks the attention of all who need
anything in his litre. Ile will deal in every
thing In the
And warrants his goods to be equal • to the best
in the market.
/Or The highest market price in cosh paid for
all kinds of country produce, ap&3ms
IN THE UNITED STATES
JAMES P. CROOK tt SON,
i JAMES P. CROOK .1. RON
"P . EFILE'N"S
S. TODD PER.I.XY
Lock: Box 101. Erie, Pa
.1. C. SEI,IFEN,
_C. J. ENGLEHART
Aae opened a new
3. EICHENLAIIII & CO.,
BOOTS & SHOES !
No. 828 State Street.
We have just flulsbed. maw/ p ,red fur pub-
Ito lttspecUon, &mammoth stock of Doots, Shoes.
Gaiters, Rubbers. etc. embracing every deserip
tlon and variety of kinds, and which fot style,
quality and Mash cannot by surpassed In the
market. all of which art offered at late reduced
rates. We also pay especial and strict atten
NV4r) It lc,
For which the finest collection' of Leathers are
kept on hand, and every facility Is secured for
accommodating customers promptly, and In a
style to render perfect satisfaction. Particular
attention 14 ago directed Id our
No. 6 West Seventh Street,
Where wo manufacture at Wholesale, Meath
Boys', Ladles', Itilithes' and Children's Booth,
Shoes, Gaiters, etc., of every variety and kind.
Having lately enlarged our manufactory by the
addition of new buildings and improved ma
chinery, we are prepared to supply the Trade
on short notice and at the lowest market prices.
Adjoining this department are connected our
LEATHER AND FINDINGS ROOMS!
Embracing French, German nod American
Calf Skins, of best and varied brands, Slaughter
and Spanish Solo Leather, French and Ameri
can Roans of all colorwand prices.
With our increased facilities we can sell as
low as any Eastern manufacturer, and make to
order any kind of work wanting by the Trade.
Thankful for the past liberal patronage of the
public, we respectfully solicit a continuance of
seßi-tf. J. EICIIENLAUB & CO.
CHEAP CASH STORE.
?NI I MT I ,
9 ., r•. • of Rth and tßitate Sts..
DF.ALER IN ,
Groceries and Provisions.
Wood, Willow and Slone 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,
Always on Hand. fall and examine prices.
/fir Goods delivered free in any part of the
city or South Erie. oc.S-tf.
J. w. AI IL" E
Wholehale and Retail.
Dealer in Furniture !
Maytag purelia,eall the entire stock Porn!•
tore of Messrs, Moore & !tablet, I respectfully
nAlc my old customers and the public generally
to give me a call at the old stand,
NO, 715 STATE STREET,
Before purchasing elsewhere. I have a large
tM=M t 3
Parlor, Chamber and Bed Room Sets
BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS, TABLES,
And, In fact everything In the line of Furniture.
I am prepared to manufacture to order anv style
that may be called for. Remember, Re. 715
State street, east side, between Seventh and
E. - M. COLE. & 'SON,
Harpers' and similar 3lngazines, ut 7,s rents
Godey's,and similar 3fagitzfues, nt il.oo per
Harp er's and rrank Leslie's papers, at $2411
We are also making and selling
131 it lEt co c.
* REDUCED ?RUMS
Bindery over Keystone National Rank, eor•
ner State and Stll streets. ap23-tf.
Blank Book Manufactory!
We would re,peettnlly aunonnee to the puhlie
that we have opened a
13001 i BINDERY,
-and ant proposed to do work In any branch of
Of all kind'', (unhand and made to Zwtter,
ruled to any Rattern dadred.
MAGAZINES AND OLD BOWS,
Bound and repaired in the beet style
Keystone National Bank, Corner State and
Bth Streets, Brie, Pa. •
THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST •
Democratic Journal In Pennsylvania !
The Lancaster Intelligences, erste/dished In
IMP, has always been known as a fing-ebuis Pa
ntie:ll and Family Newspaper. The Weekly
intelligences Is now the largest Densoczattc pa
per published in Pennsylvania. It has latelp
been greatly Improved in all respects, and Ls
Just such a paper its every Democrat slionld
The publishers of the Intethgencer regard It
to be the duty of every Remocrat to support his
county papers in preference to any other; but as
there are many who will be likely to subscribe
for morn than one paper during the pending
Presidential campaign they have concluded
to offer the Weekly iutelligencer at the follow-
Mg low rates:
Single copies, one year, 82,00; Five copies 11 9 . 0 0:
Ten copies Sl7pp; Twenty copies =PO; Thirty
copies Wet P . MY copies, to one address, $60.0o;
Eighty copses. to one address, MOO. Daily In
telligencer 113,00,per annum. •
Air Persons wthbMg to sellreal estate Can find
no better advertising medium Menthe Weekly
E.G. SMITE dr CO.Lancaster, Pa,
ERIE (ITY IRON WORKS, hoop Skirt & Corset Depot 1.
MANUFACTURER. 4 OS-
The Bradley Engine I :
Double Cylinder Engine.
macEpo IE: A :Wl' NV Icy..
FIFTY TO ONE HUNDRED FEE CENT.
More power . than a Sledge C.* tinder Engine
wing the tame areonnt of hteeln,
STEAM ENGINES AM) BOILERS 1
OIL STILLS AND TANKS!
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS
JOHN B. PERKINS,
Foreign & Domestic Fruits,
mu Ts, ETC.;
NO. 822 STATE ST.,' COONER.NINTII,
Pine Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Peaches,
Always on hand In their Ftison:
Parties promptly furnished with every de
scription of CAKE, PYRAMIDS, ICES, ETC.,
The nicest store west of New York.
2,lsoo,ooo'Custoluers in Four Years
PATRONIZE THE BEST.
- LrA.VING the largest capital, most expert
cored buyers, and extensive trade of any
concern in the Dollar Sale business, we
Guarantee Satisidnetton '
in every instance, and also the best selection o
Goals 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 Fan
cy Goods, Dress Patterns, Cotton Cloth, Chstors,
Silver Plated Goods, Watches, Lc. (Established
1864.) A patent pen fountain and n chdcla do
scribing an article to be sold for &dollar, 10 est .
! for $2l 40 for 64; GO for tO; WO for 810; sent by
man- reo presents to getter up, (worth 50 per
cent, more than those cent by any other con
cern,) according to size of club. Send us a trial
club, or if not do not fail to send for a circular.
t N. 11.0ur Fla I c should not be classed with
New York dollarwelry sales or bogus "Tea
'Companies,", as It Is nothing of the sort.
EASTMAN ,& KENDALL, -
je4-3tno CO Hanover St., Boston, Mass.
Authorized Capital 8500,000.
CAPITAL PAID IN 8110,000.
ME SECOND NATIONAL MUM
opened for' business on
MONDAY, DECEMBER IZ/11, 1864,
In the banking ofilbe preciowdy occupied by the
3lerchant's Bank, Brown's Building, north-east
corner of Btate street and Public. Park. •
WM. L. SCOTT, Prost. WIL C. CURRY, Cash.
.10. ELY W. AYRES
WM. L. SCOTT, of.firm of J. Hearn & Co., Coal
JOS. DFC,ARTER, of firm of Selden, Bliss &
. cCarter, Builders.
GEO. J. MORTON, Coal Dealer.
W. S. BROWN, Agent Buffalo &. Erie R. It.
JOHN C. BUR' GESB,6ffirm of Clemenri,Caugh
y & Burgess. Wholesale Grocers.
0. E. CROUCH, of firm of Crone!. st Bro., Flour
M. B. BARR, of firm of Barr, Johnson & Sea
an, Stove Manufacturers.
F. F. FARRAR, of Arm of Gray & Farrar,
J. DREVIIIGARER, Grocer.
Stoves, Tin, Japanned, Brittania and
House Furnishing 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 ex perience in city work). Weary fully pile
pared to do Job work of pit kinds with neatness
and dispatch. Are well posted in setting hot air
furnaces, rooting, etc. Call and see us and ex
amine our stock.
Erie City Steam Bakery !
3lanufactarers of all kinds of
Crackers Bread, Cake ,
Sinn, the celebrated
. . c
Factory, corner State and 3d StR., Erie, Pa.
A I'.lT MUM FOR THE HASOKERCHIEF.
Phu t. Night Blooming Cerrito.'"
I=l .• Night Blooming cored..•.
A mart exquicite, delicate, nod Fragrant PeriNtrae.
dlel led' from the rare and beautiful dower trod
wbkh it MANI Its name.
lUmatibutured only by •
PIFIALON dc NON, New Work
E. M. COLV: .4 1,30 S
Country Produce, Groceries, Provisions,
Tobacco, Crockery Ware, •Frnfts, Novi. &c.,
West side, between Sth and 9th Streets, Erie, Pe.
Cams intld for country produce
KA. WEBER. my'24-tf. W. ERFL&RT
T E'ITERS TESTAMENTARY on the estate)
o Frank liartnerolecensed, having-been
been granted to the unti,rsigned ; notice is
hereby given to all indebted to saki estate to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims against the same will present them,
duly authenticated, for settlement.
iOl3 PRINTING of every kind, in large am
small qaanUties, plain or *adored, done in
e beet style, and at moderate prices, at the
13LAN103! BLANK'S" —A complete assort
ment of every kind of Blanks needed by
Attorneys, Justices, Constables and Business
Men. for sale at the Observer oat,"
A New Coulpotuld or
And 1i 'Warranted to give
OF ALL SiTYLEFI
Of all Descriptions.
Ono Dollar Each.
A new and well selected stock of
CISTERN AND WELL PUMPS,
PATTERSON & AVERY,
5'27 French St., Erie, MI
W. J. SANDS & CO., Proprietors.
And sole manufacturers of the patent
"Night Blootuimig Creetas."
.• Night BloOnaiug Ceircus.”
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK FOR priALoN%--TARE KO OTHER.
V. A. WEI3IPIR, at. co..
WINES, LIQUOR, SEOARS,
No. SUL:Stu to ,S tree ti
AT TII E
New York Hoop Skirt Manufactory,
Neat, Light, Fes'
NATHAN COHEI: re,peet fully informs the
ladies of Erie and surrounding country that
he 11113 on hand n large assottment of Hoop
Skirts, of all sizes and styles, of his own 1/mke,
and manufactured of the best flexible steel and
material, which he will guarantee equal to any
In the maiket. Having had considera b le expe
rience in the business, he le confident of his
ability to give entire satisfaction to all those
who may favor him with a call. If any of his
make will break within one year, they will be
repaired, and no charges made.
Old Skirts repaired, altered and shaped as
new. New Skirts made to order at tl:e shortest
notice. A splendid and large stock of all kinds
of Corsets awl Corset Steels constantly kept on
hand. Country merchants supplied at the very
lowest rates. NATHAN WHEN
lag-tf. i I , lo' Mg State street, Erie,
11 , 443*.
" THE WORLD."
At the opening of the year 186. Q. "The World"
challenges, more confidently than aver, the
sympathy and support of a.i patriotic citizens.
A glorious work has been gloriously begun.—
Deep already answers deep. The lung fidelity
of this Journal to the cause of liberty protected
by law stands nobly vindicated In a splendor of
victory shining from Maine to California. Con
necticut, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New
York, have thundered forth their verdict upon
the misrule and madness of the past. But much
more remains to be done. Never was the peril
of the country greate.. The Radical party still
decrees the death of representative self-govern
ment ,n ten sovereign States. _limed with mil
itary despotism and wholesale Negro Suffrage,
it desperately gm-ps at a prmanent lease of
power, In dell:ince or public men lon, :it the cost
of enurnmus taxes and of crippled Industries,
at the cost of Union and Peace.
To the great battle still to be fought "The
World" will givepll Its efforts, ell its energies.
It asks of Its friends in their turn as much •; it
asks of them more readers and wider
ence. It asks this with confidence in its claims
as a newspaper and as an organ of opinion.
The skier use of n Newspaper is to give Its
ILL THE NEWS.
Fur this the facilities of "The World - are On
surpo,sed by any Journal In tile .12littc - d States.
It seqn, to excel by an accuracy and candor, a
spirit and fresime , s in lt, new, columns which
MIMI commend it to reader, of lshateNtr party,
sex, creed or place.
As an organ of opinion "The World" I the un
flinching champion of
A Liberal, Progresehe Democracy,
whereof the corner stone is Freedom restrained
by Justice; Freedom pure and simple,
largest collective measure; the (Mice of Justice
being to protect Freedom from encroachments;
Freedom of the Individual citizen in his rights - of
though, speech, religion and loco Motion; in his
Right to make any money bargains he thinks
proper- in spite of foolish usury laws; in bits
Right to buy and sell in all markets, domestic
and foreign, in spite of unjust protective tariffs;
In his Right to choose his own food and drink,
In spite of meddlesome I, mperance laws; in las
Right to reps - c,,en tation In the 1eg1,1,: lye bodies
which tax him, in spite of unconstitutional ex
clusions; Fre,lom 01 colleen. e culz, its to as
semble for ch-mission of gh3vances; 'recdom of
nil Mad communities to manage their local af
fairs s ithout central Interference; Freedom in
every notion of the country, front the arrogant
and unconstitutional domination of otlitr sec-
- . .
Lions. This hirce and comprehen , M , idea of
_Freedom sums up the ',With:. of "Th.! World,"
which will never be found wanting to this cap
ital interest of the country anti et the human
A paper published in the metropolis 14 natu
rally looked to tor emeriti Market reports and
authentic infornudion. and Intelligent discus
stow, relating to
Trade, -Commerce and Finance.
In these features "The World•' erns
parison with any other journal.
The WEEKLY WORLD, a large quarto shet:t,
same size as Daily, Is now printed wholly in
large type, and (since its union with the Sew
York Argus) has the largest circulation of any
weeklyjournal published, cave one. It an
unril. ailed Journal for the Fannr, Live St e , -k or
Produce Dealer, Country Merchant, etc. Pub
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to sheet, same size as Daily, which, by omit
ting the great mass of cityadvertisemenisFfrozn
the Daily, contains everything else that appear.
In the daily and weekly editions. I'uble.ll,
Tuesday and '
The DAILY WORLD affords a complete coin
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DA ILI" WORLD
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.50 " " 1 Semi-Weekly "
o .. 101 " " 1 Pally "
Addition, to clubs may he made any time in
the year at the above club rates. -
Change, in club lists lnade only on request of
persons revering elute paelnntes, stat tog l di,
lion,post °Mee and State in which it has pre
viously been sent, and enclosing twenty-five
cents to pay for trouble of the elumge to sepa
rate address. .
Terms, cash In advance. Send, if posit de,
PUSt. Office Money Order or Bank D4ll. llilln
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ies, posters, etc., sent free 01 charge wherever
and whenever desired. Addres‘i all orders and
letters to THE WORLD,
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THE MORNDiG PATRIOT
The office of the late Patriot and I:Mon hav
ing passed into the hands of the undersigned,
they propose to supply a vacuum that has long
ex istcsi in the newspaper pre, of interior Penn
From some cause or other the reading masses
of the Democratic party of the great interior
comities of the ',tate have been compelled, ei
ther to do without the latest news or panellize
Journals whose political sentiments were dis
tasteful to them.
The Morning Patriot . Is intended to supply
Its proprietors are determined that no effort
shall be spared, on their part, to make it fully
equal, as a newspaper, to any of its competitors.
Whatever the electie wires sue able to CO 'mutt
nicate, up to the hour of going to press will be
furnished - In its columns every morning; and
its large size will enable it to aiVC quite:l.s touch
reading matter as any of its contemporaries.
As an advocate of sound political sentiments,
favoring no fiction, clique or section, but devo
ting its entire energies to the good of the whole
party • as a vehicle of the latest news, and a
chronicler of passing events, we are determinl d
It shall not. be excelled; and we confidently ap
peal to a discriminating public for that appre
ciation and t ncouragentent witicji are intilspen-
Sable to success.
For the Daily, one year in mivanre,
Six months, "
Single Copies, Three Cents.
THE WEEKLY PATRIOT.
It Is the determination of the proprietors of
the Patriot to make their weekly Journal fully
equal to what the Patriot and Union was in its
runniest days. It will be one of the largest
weekly papers in the State, and special pains
will be taken to till its columns with such read
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
printed 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 eity paper litaddition. To such we
send greet ing.
13ingle copy, one year.
Ten Lmples, ono year
Twenty copies, one year
Fifty cople§ (to one address) one year
One hundred copies
All'orders should be addressed to
B. F. METERS t CO,
RUSTERLIOLTZ, of Sterrettanin, Is pre
-1.1. pared to dig wells In any part of Erie
county. - Hn uses a horse and Pulley, which en
ables him to do the work faster mot cheaper
than by the old method. Refers to Chas. Roth
ler or Conrad Max, Erie city ; Israel Mosier or
John Shenk, West Mill Creek; Andrew Stur
geon or David FWler, Fairview. 4w
JOl3 PRINTING of every kind, In large or
small quantities, plata or colored, done la
the best style, and at, moderate prices, at the
The Song Cabinet,
Seminarie, Aea ((mules 10 1
Singing C 1 asstN,
' , lt Tit!. r.
"..„ C. G. Lra,;:v
Caralit 1 , ,
unary Song Lexsons.
Si:CON DLY.—A large natal,.
tit :•Scingol Sump,. 4 ,c.;
inir,Y.—A short Catatilt:.•-Thi•-S,}j,
val—cleslgned t spri•sqy r,, r F .
Receptions, Concerts a1,,1
The publisher In preen'' ne thh •
tention to Its superior m askt:
Book. The author has 10, 0
selection of his 311.751 e,
nev• - , and In adaptink to it appt, ta ;r1
with unobjectionable heat a.leht.:
commend IP; adoption Jo s ,'"`"
Hem Inarles. , •
The SONG CABINET 11 , ,,1,‘ n t ,
and Ot Education as tha I,. x t
Puldle Schools In the city ~f • •
Price, f 0 tints each. Ti s ,
Sample Copy synt by 01,11 tint lea. f
celpt of 50 cents.
Pub 11411,41 by WM.! lf.‘
O. J. WILLARD,
No. 543 Broadlisty. New Tor
O. J. WILLARD,
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6• V 49 S "
Are st rictly Rpealzing
failed to become the Lfid.l /ING
er introrlnced. Dealers nail Le 1,t4.1;,.„, - ;
Lowest Wholesale Rates and guaratil,.4.'
[ion. Large illustrated price list, RI;
Ilkenei.; from photograplei, sent to 2,4!
on application. Arkin
(1. J. WILL kr
Wholeßale. AgPnt 511 Brorolu
S. D. SMITH'S
0. J. Willard, Wholesale .I.7rnt
T 1 , ,• C t,,
LAIt4;F:....T IN Tilt M.II:KF.I
New and beautl n 1 in - wcr , „;:.,
—are made Irma it, I wst
With great rare, havm4. L
quality =Or tone, y et deee
hhcd 1u higlby poled. d bLkk R dr . tn
Rosewood Cases, with d
blow pedals, krve .wc 11.,
mob stop, with wlO,ll (h• av , :bnuniut
can be pro.ineed. tin.l fo
giving lull partiet2lars.
n. J. \l - ii kr.p,•
Pianos from Steinway t I.lr , al'A'. -
ver, Emil thtlar. Ako, .Nlel,sl. on, an , . oc
Prices at a iarie Lli.cotint below
ers' prices. E‘cly instrument
AfNa, the Ite.t Swing; Maelanet
on hand. Evely Ilielone a arrant,'
N. Sli State , t rent, Erie. Pa.
an 2-1 Z. S3l ITU
V- ' ' •,/
REFINED : T'.
- 1 MOLD ~„;,..: -
. ‹ .! . .CANDLES... O4.- '-, _7(2
CHEMICAL' N5ll. C. ti..:E1. , ...:
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S9AR - '
SOAP :;:-.. .--
, : -- 0ER1 04 ,1., liiVii‘t
i FAMILY t:CH.ERASIVE'c. Ne,l 4
LpoAF , ..i SOAPJ SOAP. - -
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iIND C A N O E '
Corner of Holland and Sixth StreE'
Greenback - s for Bond,.
If "legal tendon," are good “nough f
lter, merchant, farmer, mechanic.
er, and all others who pay to
they are go. - KfAmough for
rich bondholders who
pay no taxes.
THE PITTSBURGH PO
The only Dentoeratie, daily In Wt,:err.:
selvania, and a fird-elass new.p
the latest intellfgenee front ail
world. full local and cominerei.d
er with a vast amount of nii,eellarnou ,
is delivered to subscribers
neighboring cities and toe. Ils at the
Fifteen Dente per Week: or by itfad.
Dollars a Year.
THE WEEKLY POST.
Circulation larger than ani Bathcal
per publl•Med in Pc amyl vania. A Itrz•
page paper. forty-eight isohmins of ~
taing the leading editorial , . as pu ,, 110
Daily Post, full rtports 0: the
Rump—late telegrams, ealde. local an 1'
reports,' agricultural, poet.y,
nialled to any address at
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR,
Or when ordered in clubs of
ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY. CENT:-
SI- Circulate the Post an l merest
male vote. All orders must be
with the cash, and no de% lation C.,: it
from the terms given aim.% 4
mailed to any,auldre,s, free of oban:%
the publishers, JA:-. I'.
Dißcharge in Bankrup l 9:
N THE DIsTRII.7 corrr
States for the Western I .I'4
yank'. T. P. Babcock, a I .inkrupt ,
Act of Congress of March 2d. 1.4;7,
for a discharge froth all
claims provable under said _V: hi order . •
Court, Notice is hereby
ONCourt, en b. alt
have proved their debts, and
teresteil, to appear on the irth d.ih of •,?;
at. 2 o'clock, P. M., before S. E. N 1 °ear: - '-
Register, at his °lnce in Erie, l's..tios'
Reny they have, why ado.,
granted to the said bankrupt. And
nee Is hereby given that the see , iii ,l
meetings of creditors of the said
(mired by the 27111 and :Nth s ection ,,,, "';
will be had before the said
time and place. S. C. Mi - C NP I •
Clerk of U.S. District Court for I
RS. HUNTER has removed frera
. stand, south or the Depot, to the
three doors west of the Amerwn olt - I ;
west Park, where ne has a N Vry a fille D
HATS. CAPS, &C..
warranted to he equal lit style, quatity.l,
ish to any In the market, and 0 speel , ',, ,
Its a call from hls old ',ma+ mid E
generally, fissuring them none tit g" "
Salt iStied. ,q 4
DLANKS! BL.iNKS ! A colop:eY n
tnent of every kind of 13hink ,
Attorneys, Justices, Constahlu+ and F .
Men, for sale at the Observer oftice. -
PRINTING of every Jan a .
ty small quantitlem, plain or CO
the beat style, and at modende Pri e `