The Erie observer. (Erie, Pa.) 1859-1895, November 05, 1868, Image 3
F.. p trial itottreo• Agents for the Observer. ‘clecjed the following gentlemen as on• in I:lie places named, to transact any in connection w ith the office. Persons indebted to us can hand mon ey, and their receiptsbo (lie same as if given by onnselvee: Anios Heath. Centre- 4 3m W. Wilson. Clark. Welker. W. Howard. G. J. Whitney. fbnlasbs —John G. Burlingham. - 7 'dile—Clark Rwing. C. White. uotrc Borough—M. V. B. Brown. ..6;.,,,,Tcvn i p i ; o 3l n oses Smiley. Ston . e, D. W. Ilutchinson. Ha an Lundvs Lane—Wm. Sherman. ! sc seld—Gllbert ;s,irg cC an u ßob an n son, i.i: l To L sipF Pinney. t -..lon , Atarcna - Saley. s a it,nan: „; hrrCreek — Jones.• ih-Faq-11. A. Tabor. ,tn „with J. Jackson. ti. • Card to the Ladles.— 1)8. DITPONCO'S ,:,DEN PERIODICAL PILLS, FOR FEMALES hi correcting Irregularities, remov diactlons of ;the Monthly Turns, from rause, and always successful as a p ()NE PILL TS A DOSE. rtl,.a peculiarly situated, or those suppos so, are cautioned against using pals while In that condition, lest they in " isntriage after which, admonition the et sr assumes no responsibility, although lzu,,,would prevent any mischief to , oth, rwiNe the Pills are recommended 1104 q INVALUABLE REMEDY A lleviation of (hose suffering from any .. : ._,anise , a hatever, as well MS to prevent an . of Lanny when health will not permit the nerves and bringing back the ,r of health " to the cheek of the most ~iandesplielt directions accompany each re 7 box, six boxes $. Sold In Erie by -p SILK ,t HUNS, druggists, solo agents for -and vicinity. it by senahig them SI through the Post ',ran have the pills sent (confldentially)by to an}• part of the country, free of postage by E. T. Mazeltkne, Warren; Hoff „...,.l..knarews, Corry; Callender &Co., Mead .C. C. Vi tal ,S; Co., North East; Jewett & _ _ S. D. lIOWE, Sole Proprietor, 'Coif York EMI 13usintos Elnectorp. WHOIRSALE GROCERS. Burge,: 5: Walker, 25 and 9 N. Park t Mil , ~ 3to and 502 French at. Itrevelller, 513 French at. Wilt tI.FS k LE BOOTS AND SHOES, Clark, 32 North Park. BOOTS AND SHOES 11 (lark,Park Row. 54) State street. ELliehart ct Co., 19 North Park. r.:O Zara. 765 State street. reffer, 1 , 16 State St. Ec.a, , , Jr., State st. BOOK STORES. Mc(*reary, North Park. :Afford, French st. oIi'SELLERS AND NEWS AGENTS J. Sell S Co., 708 State Street. FLOUR 3 FEED, Haverstlek, Park Row. • Bro., 519 French st. Line rt Son, IM9Stato St. LIQUOR STORES. Michael, R2l State st. Smith, '.3!. North Park. MUSIC STORES. Meg,ler, EX) State st. ..,Wat. Willing, 809 State at, SEWING MACHINE AGENCIES & 4Z State st. • 1, Sewing Machine, 602 French st. -.; , r Sewing Machine, = French at. Raker. R. 31 State st.-: CROCKERY 44 GLASSWARE ;1 , , 11, 01,nny, 1^ Park Row, nv ROVIIZWeig, 514 State st. WATCHES & JEWELRY, Pieter, 2 Park Row. 51....tattn, 29 North Park. • HATS AND CAPS. E. Wilson, 21 North Park. Kunz, Ag't, 313 State street. :in. Kendall, 52n French at. 17 Smith, 535 French et. niNFECTIONERIC STORES. 1, art.& Burgess, 431 and ITO State street _ _ . DIU:Gs AND MEDICINFIS. B. Barnum, 1317 Peach street. tleret & Elliot, 42 1 State street. Sail &Warfel, (0I State at. 15i11,1312 Peach street. I, B. Carver if: Co., 21 North Park. Nl:k it Sons, 702 State street. Jr .B..Plekin..sog &fion.7ll State street. DRY GOODS. ondh Rte herb & B. Merrill. Koster & Lehman, 1359 Peach at !brawn Broq, 7H State at. 719 State et. F,i‘an, Churchill & Co„ 3 Noble Block. ‘.5.. Bro., 512 State at. "ark, Booth & Co., 5 Reed House Block DIIY GOODS AND CARPETS : , Iferylarr, Gross & Poster. ,vamer Bros., 505 State at. GROCERIES, ,rton .t Griffith, I:124 Peach et. Ftel.l & Ca., 1:M J. Rexford Co.. Int Brabender, 1218 f'.‘nrc tteek man, s((t State st. Lr.hall, Christian dt Craig, 24 North Park Buff, 55 French st. L Micah:, Corner Bth and State st. A. Reeler & Cu., 531 French et. .!ran et Mefilverin; &G French st.' 7:111em Mallory, %,;• French St. r.ochlaudecker, 621 State at. V. Claus, IN East Fifth st.• %tsar. 701 State at. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. . Pam Thatnpann, Mt French st. am+viii, 51.3 French st. : Hutchinson. Girard. Pa. PHOTOGRAPHS. oVer'l9, Rosenzwelg's Black. 1 Ltt, at; Peach et. 1. Dunn. overfM State street. , h lllms., Farrar Ilan Building. 1 , Wager ,t Co., over I= Peach at. • TOBACCO AND CIGARS. P.. Wel , 4llrnan, 141 E Peach at. ct .I‘k ine, 70i State st. De..k„ 710 State st.. '0 Mehl, 517 French st: 1 sterner, 401 State st. lIA.RDWARE. . 1730 Peach st., Plereo Co., =I State at: • • ~ n key A Shannon, .507 French Ht. Heiden, t French at. STOVES AND TINWARE. Vantahsel, 1221 Peach at. Bros., 701 State st. Slaver A Son, 1215 State at. Johnson S Co., 1018 and 1030 State st gurpitv, 22 North Park. .:i.rod 1:54 Sahsafras at. - GENERAL UNDERTAKERS, ii BUM. A: Co., HlB State ht.. FURNITURE WAREROONIS. 1 Inlet S Co.„ 818 State at. TIER MEItCIIANTS. - .lr!ey 11,d1, State st., near depot. CLOTHING STORES. GenNhelmer &Soh, GIL' State at. Melick, 12:n State at. Wagner, 01.11 State st. V. Kuhn, 0.?..! State st. Meyer, 4 Noble Bloek. 1. Rohs, No. 10 North Park. PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. L.Rtewart, 30 North Park, house 117 State st. Fraser, (Hotucepathlst), 8N Poach st. MILLINERY ok STRAW (.100 RS. make, South Parc. M. Curd., 9 South Park, MixSeg McGrath, 607 French st. t'. Hawklni, 1310 Peach at. BRASS FOUNDRIES.. & Metz, 1 rx State st. XA('HINISTS, FOUNDERS AND BOILER MAKERS. • hail S Co., 3d and Peach fib' PLANING 3f ILLS. o P crook. & Son, cor. 4th and Peach tits white & Co., corner 11th and French id. , 41.1011PN. corner 11th and Holland sta. P.otz. 1214 Peach at. WANTED slit:A.l'loS, by a young man, who has a :aro' ae.lunintaneo in Northwestern Penn 'an/,.. Can niN e the beat of reference. For 11 , 1 particular*, apply to the editor of this ;tr. , 0et..22-2t L. F. StOnt lAVINIi baULht tho Eagle Hotel, in Water- I ford, Woulinfom the. public tt o haa yrougilly refitted the r game and no ha wlt ready ,a,ceounnodute all•in the bast of !style. Hie h 5 bountifully supplied, and the 'bar la , tted Rith the choicest of liquors. 0ct...4.3t gents RE MEETING Book ~ with A rare success In selling Sir N , W. Baker's Explorations and Ad ,4tures among the Nile Tributaries of Abys `,s to which Is now added anAceount of the and Release of English Subjects, and - , rareer of the late Emperor Theodore. No is received among all classes of people ....lb 11411 unbounded favor, or so fully corn thrilling interest with-solid instruction. tante and female, sell It rapidly. Is admirable record of scientific explore gmr,rimbleal discovery, and personal ad t'nutc.' —N. Y. Tribune. it it liSaltl ln a very attractive form, and Is ' la tertutntug as a romance."—Bostou Jour -I'olOrtletilani on application to O. D. CASE 1 L,,, rublishers, Hartford, Conn. Gelb ALE BREWERY! EO. L. BASER, • o `mer/t* With Outhout Baker Rochester, 4v lll taken the well known Brewery on rreaelk Street, below Fourth, Erie, Pa., 611 aerir ocedpfecby Wni. -Jacobi, would ha %rra his old ecqualtit:anocs and the pall* gen 411Y that tie Ls now brewing a very superior tuna/ of Ale. Front biz long experience and rtink success, he legally prepared to give the ur tattsfaction. Dealers are Invited local!. GEO. L BASER. WEEKLY OBSERVER ERIE, PERN'A, NOVEMBER 5. 1868 Pay Up. Two-thirds of our subscribers have not paid their accounts for the present year. The Presidential campaign has obliged us to neglect our business for two months, and we find ourself crippled for means. Those who know themselves indebted to the office, will confer a favor by sending the amount with out delay. novS-tC. Vote of Erie County. - The election on Tuesday was conducted with a remarkable degree of order in our county, and no person coming in from abroad would have supposed that anything unusual was transpiring unless he visited the Immediate 'vicinity of the polls. Both par ties exhibited considerable interest in the re sult, though not equal to that shown at the October election. The Republicans were sanguine of success, and worked with a pro portionate amount of energy ; the Democrats looked upon the verdict in October as deci ding their fate, and fought against hope with as much spirit as could be expected under :rcumstances. Many Democrats felt it seless to vote and remained away from . the polls, while a few weak-kneed ones—Ao their shame be it said—gave way to their fears and individual interests, and deserted the principles they once held. A glance over the table below will show that the Republicans have increased their vote, while ours bas fallen off slightly in many localities. The - causes which led to this are too familiar to need explanation. The Democracy made a much more gallant fight than their opponents anticipated, and, in consideration of the facts—with defeat staring them inevitably in the face, with the_ official and monied influence of the country enlisted against them,with the depression in cident to a defeat iii October—thestrength they exhibited is a wonderful testimonial to the devotion to, principle and unfaltering courage of our party organization. All hon-• or to the gallant men who have stood so bravely by the cause in the midst of such dis couraging obstacles, :and may they all be spared to witness the ultimate triumph of justice and co stitutional rights : Oct. Nov. ~....; ti, 0 °, ~ I)istrictp. -- : LI cs r. P. • Erie-Ist district, 156 273 146 291 Erie,-2d district, - 313 291 319 297 Erie-3d district, 204 357 198 386 Erie-4th district, 227 375 234 383 South Erie, 147 105 ' 155 114 East Mill Creek, 285 182 86 West Mill Creek, .146 - 223 86 North East Tp., • 213 261 46 North East Borough, 42 178 138 Greenfield, 48, 155 Venango, 91" 211 —13 S Wattsburg, 20 48 ' 28 Amity, , 10.1 100 11 WaYne, 78 -7210 81 221 Coldeoril.., 130 178 120 184 Corry-1.. Ward, i 178 209 11 Corry-2d Ward, C 197 811 177 Untint 'Pp., . 121 220 —' 105 Union Borough, 11P 112 4 LeSteuf, 1:" 229 -- 1 — gl Waterton! Tp., • I 200 03 227 ~... Waterford Bcirough, 134 48 134 Greene, 15 4 144 160 150 133 83 - 138 89 35 244 38 259 y . 31 Summit, McKean, Middleboro Washington, l4l 341 140 3.50 Edinboro, 4 108 48 110 _ _ . 51 189 54 194 Franklin, Elk Creek, ' 137 '176 136 180 Conneaut, 70 245 73 234 . Albion, 38 74 35 80 Springfield, 42 392 31 397 Girard Township, 93 266 186 Girard Borough, . 71 81 76 85 Fairview Tp., 126 210 1:34 222 Fair View Boro, 1• 40 _67 44 74 Harbor Creek, 135 237 - • 125 245 Lockport,. • 109 159 105 161 ; 4,531 7,702 Radical•majority, • 3,171 JURY LIST.—The following are the Grand Jurors drawn for the term of Conrt begin ning on theJ o urth Monday in November ; Isaac R. Taylor, Washington, Foreman. Erie-LWm. Bell, Jr., Jos. A. French, P. Hall. Benj'n Whitman. Mill Creek—John Elliot. North East Tp—E. W. Butt. Wm. V. Dew.- ay. Union Tp.—Chas. Breed, David Kil burn, B. M. Sherwood. Union Boro—Geo.. Taber. Leßccutr—E. Beardsley. Water ford Tp.—S. B. Benson. Waterford Bono— I. 31, - White. Summit—';David W. Nichols, McKean—Thomas Sterrett. Washington— H. 31. Curtis, Moses Hawkins. Edinboro— Cs. A. Allen. Conneant- 7 -Israel Harrington. Girard Tp.—Wm. Cudney. Girard Boro— Geo.' W. Arbuckle. Fairview Tp.—John Brecht. The following, are the Traverse Jurors for the same term of Cotirt Erie—N. N. Bennett, M. Billings, W. Con stable, E. J. Cowell, J. S. Goodwin, Theo. Hirt, F. P. - Liebel, R. S. Morrison. Mill Creek- 1 J: B. Fulton, Jacob Farver, Elisha Olds, John Kilpatrick. Harbor Creek—G. H. Wagner. North East Tp—Ed. Custard, H. Wolf. Venango--J. D. Murray. Watts burg—W. W. Bishop. Amity—Geo. Sim mons. Wayne—Albert E. Perkins, Lem. Bellows. Concord —J. S. •Lyons. Corry— Hugh Lang, John Turner. Lnion Tp—J. J. Lyons, D. McAllister. Union Boro—Wm. Warden. Leßeuff—Robinson Carroll, N. W. Rana, James A. Shearer. Waterford Tp —James Benson, Wm. Pratt. Greene—Seth Church, John Williams. McKean—A. J. Leland. Washington—Silas, Wm. Leacock. Edinboro—Henry Twichell, George Reeder: Franklin—J. W. Allen, John Goodrich. Conneaut- 7 WM. L. Brown, irenj. Brooks, W. B. Dcwolf, S. P. Paul, J. Pelton. Albion— Henry Church. Springfield—p. I. Baldwin. Fairview Boro—Geo. W. Cole. The following are the Jurors for the Court to try civil cases, commencing on the fifth Monday of the month: Erie—John H. Bliss, G. E Brevillier, Bayard, Df. Detzql, John - Gensheimer, A. H. Gray. Harbor Creek—J. E. Barton, T..). Elliott, James A. Lewis. North East Tp— John French, Samuel Griffin, S. J. Nash, P. 11. Stewart. North East Boro—G. I). Loop. Greenfield—A. E. Beeman, W. R. Miller. Amity—John Allen, Jr. Corry—Newton Baker, S. B. Gale, It. D. Hubbard, •Marcy, John Scott. ' Union Tp—W. I). Wade.. Union Boro—P. K. Webber. Wat- erford Tp—Thomus Moore, 31. Strong. Greene—N. C. Barnes-. Summit—M. A. Hayes, Horace Olds. Elk Creek—W. Crace, Loren Culver. • Conneaut—Ralph Bowman. Girard Tp—Wm. Hopkins, •A. S. Bonnefl. Fairview Tp—N. S. Miller, R. L. Perkins. AN Ott CREEK IN EUROPE.-By the for eign accounts we are told of newly discovered sources of mineral oil in Europe, which are being worked to a large . extent. The latest . and most important found are in Galicia. In the Western part of, this province, it is Said, petroleum abolinds, principally in the mountains enclosed by Limanowa, Neusan dec, Gritow, Cieskowice, porlice, and Sbyszyce: Tae superficial area,covered by the basins discovered, probably amounts to about 50,000 acres. The soil is represented to be so impregnated with the oil that it frequently issues in the form of small springs, and it is only necessary to bore a few feet below the surface soil to reach an ample de posit. Sufficient importance has been at tached,to the discovery to induce the employ ment of several American geologists and en gineers for scientific investigation, and, ac cording to the accounts received from these parties, the little stream known as the Dun ajec is in a fair way to become the Oil Creek of Europe. The authorities who have ex amined the article produced and visited the country consider that the petroleum found in Eastern Galicia is like that obtained in Can ada, and .that • the article found in Western Galicia is ahnost identical with that found in Pennsylvania. It is stated that' in the latter section there are sources which, for parity and abundance of yield, are not equalled by the_ wells of any portion of this country ; and thatif they are intelligently and enter prisingly worked they will open the way to magnificent fortunes. TUE census of Clevelanitlately taken,gives that city .a population of 85,P.98. EXECUTION AT nuicsus.—Thomas Mc- Carty was bung at Franklin, on Wednesday, of last week, for the murder of David Barry, last May, in French Creek township, Venan go county. It was the first execution ever held there. The evidence shows the murd'er to have been deliberately planned and most revolting in its nature. McCarty went to Barry's house, and was received as a guest with much kindness. Ile had staid several days, when one night as Barry and his wife lay in bed they were aroused by the snap ping of a percussion cap. Looking up, they saw McCarty standing by their side with a revolver in his hand. Barry, thinking Mc- Carty to be in Brion, said "op, Tom be quiet," when the latter replied " I'll kill the pair o' ye.', The words had no Sooner been spoken than he fired, and shot Barfly' in the breast, the pistol being within three feet of the bed. McCarty fled at once, and Mrs. Barry hastened to a neighbor's, on her re turn finding the clothing on fire from the near ness of the pistol when it exploded. The wounded man died the next day, and Mc- Carty was soon after arrested. After con viction he exhibited the 'most wonderful in difference up to a short time of the execution, when he wished for a spiritual adviser. Rev. J. IL Tagg visited him for a few days, but he wasnot satisfied, and wanted a priest called in. Rev. Fathers Coady, Docker and Madi gan were his attendants after that until his death, the two latter being with him on the gallows. The execution took place in the jail yard, in the presence of a limited num ber of spectators. McCarty mounted the gallows with. a steady step, and looked at the beam and rope . for an instant, but evinced no emotion.' The black cap was drawn over his head, the trap sprung, and the body of McCarty-hung suspended in the air.' Life was 'extinct in_ seven minutes, though the body was not cut down for twenty. Attot:r the funniest occurrence of the sea son was the frantic efforts of certain Repub lican leaders to intimidate voters who had heretofore acted with their party. from cast-. ing their ballots for the Democrats. At all elections, as is well known, both parties usu ally h:ive tickets printed nearly similar , to their opponents, for the use of such voters as feel a delicacy in having their position known to the other side. To head off this crass of persons, the Republican managers of this county went to the trouble of having headings specially engraved for each elec tion. Their , tickets were carefully printed, and par ties stationed to watch over the work men so that none were extracted, the forms destroyed or put under lock and key as soon as the press work was finished, only the most reliable party wheel-horses were entrusted with their distribution, and all Were cau tioned to allow none of the sheets to get into the handS of Democrats before election day. Strange to tell, the Democracy obtained possession of as many as they needed, and all these painful precautions proved of no avail. The shrewd men who man,rvured the matter never imagined for a moment that it was an easy thing to paste their snug ly engraved headings at the top of the list of Democratic electors in the one instance, and to use "stickers" in the other, thus obviating all difficulty at small expense and trouble. The DCMOOMPV (MTV Pone Erna omen thanha for putting them on the track of a plan by which they will obviate the cost of getting up extra tickets at every election. GEN. THOMAS A. ROWLEY, United States Marshal for the Western District, was in the city last week, on business connected with his office. Gen. Rowley is an obliging and deservedly popular officer, but being a Radi cal Republican and warm supporter of Gen. Grant, is not entirely acceptable to the John son wing of the Democracy at Pittsburgh. Their attempt, however, to compass his re- moval, a few months ago, resulted only_ in a discovery of their real motives and purpos es and ')in consequent disappointment to - tlovaselves.—Republican. What can the above mean? Is it a slap at oui amiable and distinguished friend, Col. Brown o wbose , name, it is well known, was sent into the Senate ; "a few months ago," for confirmation in the place of Gen. Rowley? Surely the.Colonl4 was never in sympathy with "the Johnson wing of the Democracy," or if he was, he has done suMcient penance since to entitle him to full forgiveness! After the many "loyal" bulletins he has issued as commander of the Tanners, and the heroism he has displayed at the head of that patriotic organization, such covert assaults upon his party fealty seem the basest ingratitude! REV.S I .;MIIRL RASISEY, who has been act ing in this City for some months in the ca pacity of Chaplain for the Seamen's Friend Society, having nearly reached the expira• Lion of his " contract;" " feels" it to be his "duty to make a summary statement of the services rendered." This he does in a com munication published in the Dispatch, ad dressed to the "citizens of Erie and all con cerned." The debtor and creditor sides, ac cording to his balance sheet, stand as fol lows : Dr. .Cr. Preaching services; Four places of relig held, 70; prayer meet-;ious services have logs , 5 0; pastoral ortbeen established—one missionary visits, 100 ;'soul coiverted, others bibles distributed, 15; l e awakened to thought testaments distributed , ' prayer, two sew -64.; other religious!ing schools in opera books, 216; religious, tion, and a local board newspapers, 4,440-sia-..brgaruzed. ges of tracts, 2.1,704. I The " work done," Mr. R 'believes, "if fol lowed up, will prove at leas r t a foundation or introduction to more extepsive labors in be half of seamen and others; all of which he closes by signing himself " very fraternally yours." CASES FOR TmAt..-,f-The following is the trial list for the Coat commencing on the fifth Monday iu November : Bulkley vs Evans, issue ; Clark et al vs Douglass, issue ; Silverthoru vs Paul, issue ; Reed vs Clark et al, issue ; Living vs Scott et al, issue; Grant vs Veit et al, issue; Rouse et al vs Burch, issue; Use Hums son vs Lithrop Co. ;Al wood vs Rea ; Henry vs Colby ; Girard Borough vs Hart Wright; Linsley vs Comer; Cosper vs Erie City ; Anderson Pet. Co. vs , Pa. R. R. Co. ; Moore vs Cardat et al; Howell vs Pfleger ; Moore vs, Cardat et al ; Use Merrill vs E. S N. R. R. Co,; Kinsey aL Shenk vs Dudley ; Church vs Rhoades ; Winchester vs Spires ; Sergeant vs Clark ; Harris vs Webster ; Use Perry vs Ensworth ; Bryan vs Spires; Gnu nison'v.s Bennett; Erie City Iron Works vs Kepler; Arnold vs Douglass et al; Wilcox vs Enterprise Ih. Co.; Kelsey vs Gilbert ; Hunter vs Wells et al ; 2d National Bank of Erie vs Brown ; Kimball vs Aldrich et al ; Hubbard vs Albert; Smith vs Haynes. TIJE Ilsrit.—Read what Elder D. T. Tay lor, of Rouse ' s Point, N. Y., says on the hair. "The human hair, bleached by age, fright or disease, can be fully restored to its natural color without dyeing it. My case illustrates this statement truthfully. My hair for sev enteen years has been gradually growing white and falling out; but, lo! in a short time I have hack my old auburn locks. My hair is as firm as when young ; this has been accomplished by. the use of Hall's 'Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer. It does its work rapidly, is cooling, healing, and, in my case effectually, without harm to brain; body, or general health; this cannot be said of any other preparation sold. Ido not know the wonderful ingredients, but I do know ex perimentally, and by observation in a' score of cases, that it is a most marvelously trans forming compound. Heads of sixty-five are changed by it to the, color of youth." The proprietors; R. P. Hall it Co., Nashua; N.H., will sell to clergymen at wholesale prices. BLANKETS, both White, Gray, and Silver Gray; Comforts. constantly on hand, or made to order; Pillows; made of the best live Geese Feathers. oc21), -21 Dicrwmonr, Gnoss & FogrFa. A LARGE new stock of Gents' _under wear just received—the best goods In MarkeL . WOOl YRIALR, all colors, a complete stock, good and cheap. DFEFENDORF, GROSS & roma. 0c29.2t Br EAcmto Muslim, a lune stock of all the best and most popular makes, very cheap, by Dimanoss. Gases & 0c29-2t • • LOCAL BREVITIES THE storm on Friday night did considera ble damage in the city and Upon the lake. We have not heard of any:serious =mined's asters. Tim bachelor editor of the Forest Press is a wit es well as philosopher. Listen to burn: "It is better to be laughed at for not being married, than to be unable to laugh because you are !" A FIRE.v.e: on a Lake steamer was caught by the crank of the engine and squeezed through a hole six inches wide - in its resist- less decent. He was found in pieces in the hole. Mas. E. CADY STANTON reports that, as a baby, Anna Dickinson "was cross, sleepless, restless, and crying continually with a loud voice." Old maidhood has not improved her disposition: BRICK POMEROY pronounces Erie "one of the most beautiful cities in the country," and predicts that "the time Is not fur taut" when it will be "a greater shipping port than Ceveland." . THE Evangelical Alliance has set apart the interval between January ltd and 10th nest, as a week of prayer throughout the World. Each" day is to be devoted to some special subject. THE city water works arc progressing with considerabte.rizor, and the parties in charge anticipate that they will be ready for use by the - Ist of December. A supply of water is promised by the opening of the year. TUE Democracy of McKean county elect ed their candidate_ for Treasurer, although there was a majority of two hundred against them on the State ticket. This shows what can be accompliihed by selecting popular candidates. - ; NOTW trasTANniNa the fan made of it, The "Grecian bend" cities not take, except with the extremists in fashion. The bend is to be seen on rare occasions only: Withstanding temptation, sensible women say to it, "Get, thee behind me, Satan." SOME of our cotemporaries arc boasting of the big beets with which they have been pre- sented. The Democratic party has just got a beet larger by many odds than any we have seen described. It reaches clear from the Pacific to the Atlantic, and yet we don't brag over it. Tut: Mayor issued a proclamation to close the places where intoxicating drinks are sold, on election day, and such of their pro prietors as saw proper obeyed the order. The initiated hint that there was no trouble in gettirig something to "wet their weazels," if "the ropes" were understood. Ti property owners on Peach street will be compelled to pay $O.BO per loot on each side of the street for the Nicholson paving, making Its total cost $18.60 per foot from gutter to gutter. With the decline in real estate, it is 'doubtful whether they will realize upon thb investment for some time. STERRETT'S building, at the coiner of the Park, and French street, has been leased for a term of years by Messrs. McConkey it Shannon, who are fitting it up in first class trim, preparatory to •removirig their exten sive stock of goo& into it. We are eat( to irss...wr tat% 6 Mtn CU Lerprtsnag nrm have at Last secured a room suitable to their wants. WE regret to learn that Mr. Chas. Keehler was smitten with a parylitic -stroke on Fri day, which has entirely disabled his left Bide, and threatens to be serious in its results. He has little hope of ever being able to resume active business, anti in to-day's paper -offers for sale his valuable brewery on the Ridge road.- For a person desiring to engage in that business, this is one of the most desira ble properties in the Country. THE statement is going , the rounds of the press that the Presbyterian custom of stand ing while engaged in prayer had its rise in the dislike which the early followers of that sect felt towards "genuflection," or any, cus tom in use among the "Papists," towards whom they felt the strongest aversion.. As the Catholic service requires Its adherents to stand at frequent intervals, the explanation seems a little "mixed." TyrusviLLE has named her new steam fire engine the "Cid. Drake," after the gentleman who first developed the oil wealth of that section. The Venango Spectator says he is "now suffering the pangs of sickness and poy ertY," and suggests that "a mere pittance from a tenth part of the people whom his discovery has made rich" would probably be more serviceable to him than having his name on a fire-engine. THE celebrated Xorwegian vocalist, Ole Bull, whose appearance some years ago, cre- ated a femme only second to that which at tended Jenny Lind, is on another tour 'over . the United States.. lie will give a concert is Farrar Ball, on Saturday evening next, attended by a troupe of superior artistes. The'mere mention of his coming will be suf ficient to set all the music loving portion of the community impatient to hear him. Tux Democracy of Erie city and county owe thanks to the brave men who, in every district, stood at the polls on Tuesday, and contested the field With our opponents in de fence of the cause we all hold so dear. In too many instances they were without ade quate assistance, and the determination they exhibited, in the midst of the most discourag ing influences, entitles them to the kind re membrance of our friends everywhere. TIARTRANFT'S majority in the district is 2,747, Mr. Scofield's is 2,548, or 199 less. Of this toss, only 27 is In Erie county. Herein is a moral.—Gazeffe. The "moral," we presume, rests In the ex hibit it gives of the Gazette's influence. Be fore his nomination and since, that paper's opposition to Scofield has been open and un disguised, and . yet with all its efforts, Ids vote falls but 27 below that for the State ticket. Has the Gazette -fiction really dwindled. to this petty extent? TUE total vote of Erie county at the late election was 12 ' 233 ; that of Crawford 12,416. Crawford still ahead.—Meadrille Journal. Yes, but at the rate of progress 'since 1866 you will have to bestir yourselves to' keep ahead much longer. At that election Craw ford county had 489 votes more than Erie ; this year the difference is only 183—a gain for Erie couutrof 306. The same ratio will leave Crawford in the rear before two yCars are past. . THE editor acknowledges a polite epistle from Sheriff Swan, notifying him that he has been duly drawn as a Grand Juror at the coming term of Quarter Sessions. While feeling profoundly grateful for this rare and unexpected token of esteem, he regtels that a modest sense of his merits requires him to imitate Artemus Ward's example wheii he was called upon to go as a conscript, and "decline the honor tendered." Ever since election, he has firmly believed that the "post of honor is the private station." Tam propeller Congress left Buffalo on the 22dAtist, for Chicago; loaded with railroad Iron and salt,and run on the reef three Miles west . of Thunder Bay Light on the 27th. She began leaking immediately and was abandoned by the crew, who went ashore fa small boats. About an hoar after she was abandoned she was discovered to be on fire, and was very soon totally destroyed. She was valued at $30,000, and Is reported to have been insured in Buffalo companies for's2o,ooo. 1 ONE day last week, while Mrs. Ormabyand a lady companion were walking along the track of the.P..tt Ell, near 'Union, they discoverid_a broken rtiff. piasepger train was nearly due . , and they at once had 4 . 4ag hoisted to apprise the engineer of danger, by which timely act a serious accident was probably averted. The parties on the train raised a collection of $6.26, which they pre sented to the ladles as a Wilda:tools' of their. gratitude for saving the train from sccl dent ! JAS. - STEWART, A negro preacher in Genre's, was caught stealing corn a few nights ago, and was shotlbg a member of bis own con gregation.--Ermange, Lest some misapprehension may occurore hasten to announce that' this paragraph has no reference to our own illustrious fellow citizen, " Commodore " James Stewart. The latter still retains his princely mansion ea the bank - of the Lake, and disdain ti the idea thai he should Sad it necessary to emigrate to Georgia in order to secure a field for his ac knewledged skill aad enterprif;e. Ttrit . Dispatchlells of a veteran sport who caught a tanscalonge between 'five and six feet long, with a trolling - lino, on Sunday. It was unhappy for the fisherman, and spoils the story somewhat, that just about the time he got ready to haul the monster into his boat, atter playing with him for a long time, " the middle bar of his trolling hook " was broken, Mr. Iduscaionge restored to liberty, and the thousands who would have rushed to see his portly form, disappointed. Os Monday morning, about two o'clock, officer Chellis discovered it female Infant in the passage way of Bavelagh's building, on Peach street, South of the depot, where It bad been left by some party unknown. The child was about ten days old, has pretty tea.• tures, was well dressed, and a nursing bottle lay by its side. No clue being found to Its mother, it has been placed in the family, of Conductor McDonald, of the C. & E. R. A, IT Is a topic of common Temark that at no previous period has our city been freer from disorderly or criminal behavior than at pres ent. No knock downs, no drunken brawls, no robberies, no murders, no criminal offence of any kind. The Presidential contest has taken up the minds of our citizens of all class es to such a degree, that they seem to have lost all taste for the amztaements which tir ally pre itin large localities. Ts a recent canvass of the passengers of a railroad train, the person who was making it sportively asked a grim, solemn old lady which way she should, vote._ She didn't un derstand his question. "Arre, you for Grant or Seymour, madam I" repeated he. "Grant ersemer !" replied the indignant female ; "don't know of any rich place. lam a go in' to Con-nee-aut." Account% to the Republican, a man named - Shaw, of Dunkirk, undertook, on Friday last, to walk from Swan Ville to Buffa lo, one hindred miles, in twenty hours. A , wager of $5,000 was put up on the feat, $2,000 of the same to be, Shaw's; Vile suc ceeded. As we have beard nothing - more of the enterprise, it was probably not accom plished. • - THE Young Men's Christian Associatiou of Warren has arranged for a course of lectures during the coming season. The list embraces the following names : Miss E. A. Stetson, B. F. Taylor, Geo. W. Bungay, E. P. Whip ple, J. G. Saxe, Washington Gladden, Rev. A. D. Mayo, Dr. R. H. Gilbc:rt, Petroleum V: Nasby, and Robert Collyer. THE terrible uproar of the Radical papers in this city, about "spurious tickets," was, as we suspected, a mere blind to divert atten tion from their own Intended tricks. They had two tickets in circulation one for their vvra - voter; und anotner nearilr similar tot ne Democratic one, for the 'deception of the careless on our side. TEE majority of men in this country take to office as naturally as ' pigs and ducks• to mud, negroes to sunshine and sleep, boys to mischief, or girls to babies and dress. Throw an American up in the air five Miles, wheel Lim around five thousand times, and when he comes down his arms are stietehed to the utmost for an office. Tux German Savings Bank will commence their building, at the corner of State and Eighth streets, about the Ist of April. The new building material manufactured here, is to be used for the walls, and the structure •is Intended to be one of the handsomest and most substantial in the city. A vim wicked editor relates the follow ing, which may be true or may not be : "The recent marriage• in Buffalo of -Mr. Deville and Miss Ditram, has resulted alter a week's honeymoon, in Deville's' departure with WO belonging to his bride, who is left disconsolate, and spends her time in repeat ing her maiden name." Tam is pm-eminently the season for con flagations. People become careless of their fire arrangements in summer, and have not yet reached the proper degree of caution. Let all see to it that their stoves and pipes are in complete order. A few dollars spent now may save thousands. LET us have decency,•at all events, what ever may be our differences of political opin-. ions.—Dispateh.* . • a Suppose you commence by setting the ex ample. The novelty of the thing would make it interesting, if no ether result fol lowed. THE astronomers announce the near ap proach of the annual meteoric shower. They will look for It on the 13th and 15th mats., between the hours of midnight and. sunrise. Those of our readers who are sufficiently in, terested May imitate their example. A WILITER who pretends to knew says "Lager beer was introduced as , a beveriage into this country after the revolution of 1848, by the !European 'patriots' who 'flocked hither, and came into general use about 1856." EIIREKA Lodge, No. 366, A. Y. M., of Union Mills, has passed appropriate resolu tions:of respect in memory of their deceased brother, George Stetzel, and directed the Tyler's door and Junior Warden' jewel to be draped In mourning for thirty days. Tug street railway is going towards com pletion with provoking slowness, which is said to he owing to. the delay in receiving the iron. The parties directly interested promise that the cars will he running before. winter sets In. Now is the time to guard against .sudden changes of weather; clothing should be changed with the change of the temperature of the atmosphere ; colds and many other diseases may be prevented and life prolonged by proper attention to this subject WI LD Ducks by the tilt:wand -prevail in the vicinity of the peninsula. The sports men are popping at them every five minutes' and keep the poor birdli so badly friehtened that it is difficult to get within a half mile of them. Lt4Et. suits are not a favorite resort with men of much experience in public life; if you are slandered by a newspaper it is much better to live down the slander than to bring any action for libel. • Tim hike schooner Scandinavian' sunk off Port Raven, Canada, on Saturday, and the crew and the Captain's wife took refuge in the rigging, whence .they were rescued on Sundayin an exhausted condition. TIM. silly people who are digging for gold on Kelley's Island, Lake Erie, under the di rection of Planchette, have gone eight or ten feet into solid limestone without results, but they. persevere. bit. W. C. Eviiis, of North East, has loca ted in the practice of ht, profession at Kan sas City, Mo. We wish him all the prosperi ty he may anticipate. ESTI/LATER° eight residents tb each voter, the population of Meadville, with a vote of 1827, is 10,810, and that of Tithsville, with a vote of 1,052, is 8,410., Gov. OP44tY designates Tbnnsday, the 28th u a day of thanksgiving, being the same day appointed by, the President. TIM WitheU,Ledger WS the chestnut crop hat beenirlatilant in that vicinity. Thou Kid Gloves, with the long wrists and laced backs, we spoke of a short time ago, ate selling very-rapidly, and anT of the ladies who desire to purchase should call soon. Ditrimoar, Guoss & Foams 0c29-2t A Female Mae. PAILKEDIMMO, VA., Oct. 14, teas En. °WEIMER :—As I WILT formerly a reader of your paper, I take this opportunity to inform you of a female-man that came here some time ago.' ller home is in Elk Creek, Erie Co. She came here with friends, calculating to teach school. Every time she was on the street nearly all noticed her pe culiar actions, and suspected that she was in disguise. The police arrested her and took her before two physicians, who pronounced her amore fit subject to perform the duties and • position of a man. She gave a history of herself since she was twenty-two years old. That since then;• after a spell of sickness, which was caused by inflammation in the stomach,a change took place in her disposi tion. She says the information will be strange to her folks, who knew nothing of tt As she wished to assume male dress soon, the inhabitants subscribed and got her a snit of men's clothes, and changed her name to Marion 'Steward. He (or she) is Well respected here, and talks of leaYing to go bac# home. He says he always had more love for the ladies than the men, and all that knew him wondered why he did not have a desire to - marry a man. As be came from your county, the police and physicians wished me to send you a report of the mys tery, and' ave you publish it in your paper. Strange i mity be, but it is true. • ALFRED GERRISLL New Publications. ' TUE issue of the oia Guard forthls month is most excellent In all its departmenta— -1 political; literary, scientific &c., but es pecially in its political matter. We find the articles under the headings of "IT. S. Grant, by a general of the United States Army," "The }ilea for Standing Armies," "Are We a Free People," &c., and considerable of the butane which makes up the Editor's Table, of especial Interest at this eventful moment In our national history. Every member of the Democracy should read these articles. THE Phrenological Journal for November. contains Portraits and Biographical Sketches bf Max Muller, Isaac Taylor, the eminent writer; Schiller, Chamisso, Gellert, litiland; Heine, German Lyric Poets ; Isabella the late Queen of Spam; Mrs. T. 31eGath 107 years old; Gointod the author of "Faust,'-' besides lively and instructive articles and sketches on a great variety of topics. TEIE Nursery is the title of a monthly maga zine, edited by Fabny P. Seaverns, and pub lished in Boston, by John L, Shorey. It is intended for the very youngest class ofJuven ile readers, and will serve as a convenient manual for improvement in that useful art, as well as for an attractive miscellany of stories and sketches adapted to the taste of ambitious infancy. Tits Lrrrl.E ConronAt..—With the Nov ember number this excellent publication for young folks, put on an entire new dress; and appears in neat paper cover. Terms only $l.OO a year, with a premium. Specimen copies will be sent to any boy who wants to get up a club, free of, cost. Address Alfred L Sewell, publisher, Chicago, 111. -ATLANTIC ifloNvnt.y.Ticknor & ,publishers, &Mon, Mass. Terms $4.00 per year. The Atlantic, notwithstanding its po 7 errors, is always attractive, filled as it ever is with the choicest of American litera ture. It is pre-eminently the best magazine lwe know of. GODEVI3 LADY'S BOOK.—One of the 'very best Lady's Magazines 'that comes to our ta ble is Godey's. It has a life and freshness which, renders it a universal favorite, and we recommend if to our readers with more than usual pleasure. Now is the best time to get tip clubs ; send in your orders. TUE G ornhill Monthly, published by Messrs. D. Lathrop d Co., at 38 and 40 Corn hilly Boston, holds steadily on its way. The numbers for September and October, which *le are unm iun 01 resoling at once pleasant, varied and wholesome; lIAJUZIED. Smrrn—GurFFEY.--On the 29th ult., at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. S. K. Paden, of Pulaski, Pa., Byron A. Smith to Miss Salona A. Griffey, both of Conneaut township. GRAY—BRA:MON.—III Harbor Creek, on the 29th uIL, at the house of John Gray, by Rev. G. W. Cleveland, Mr. James M. Gray, of Mill Creek, and Miss Laetitia Brandon, of Harbor Creek. NASR—BOTIIELL.—In North East, Oct. 28, by Rev. Thomas Guy, Justin Nash, Esq., of Sturgis. Mich., - and Mrs. Sally BOthell, of North East. CAciremAN—McCostmcr.r.—ln Girard, Nov. 4th, by Henry Ball, Esq., Mr. J. C. Cauff- man, to Miss Maggie McConnell, both of Lockport. BARNES—HANNAH—In Springfield, Sept. 10, by J. Newton Miller, Esq., Mr. - .llimm Barnes, to Miss Louisa Hannah, both of Conneaut Township, Pa. Lone—PEnimicn—ln Waterford, Nov. Ist, by Esq. Hyner, Mr. James F. Lord, to Miss Mary S. Pernbach, both of Erie. litso—Gnsn—ln Waterford, Oct. 6th, by Rev. W. Hollister, Mr. J. A. King. of Waterford, to Miss Sophronia Ober, of Le. 'keen: Risx—Wurrrt.usY—ln Waterford, Oct. 6th, by Rev. W. Hollister, Mr. Hiram Rise, to Miss Henrietta Whittlesy, both of Water ford. DIED. Ronuisox.—ln Fairview, Oct. 24th, Cassius 31.,.voungest son of Robert Robinson, aged 22 yaars. TYLER.—Billed by the Hudson River Rail road accident, at Greenbush, Oct. 24th, Mrs. M. L., wife of N. C. Tyler; of North East, aged $2 years. SOWTIEWZOX—In North East, Pa., of con sumption, at his father's residence, Octo ber Marquis L. Southwick, late of Buf falo, N. Y., aged 24 years, 6 months and 11 days. itertaiwitt—On the. 3d inst., Mary, wife of Thomas Mehaffey, in the B.sth year of her age. PREMATIME Decry.—Thousands go annu ally into premature graves because they ne glect to preserve that inestimable blessing, good health. Sufferers from Liver Com plaint, Dyspepsia, Constipation and, similar ailments, your disease will take its inevitable course and end your days on earth, perhaps suddenly, unless you take the means to pre vent it. But beware of false methods and use only a sure protection against the cause of these diseases, as well as the only absolute remedy for t h em. Fortify ' yourselves at once by a course of Mishler's Herb Bitters, and thus render_ your constitution and physique invulnerable to the attacks of epidemic dis orders and the ordinary complaints which prevail in every . locality. The most distin• guished physicians of the present day use it in their practice and positively declare that the whole science of medicine possesses no remedy that is half as efficacious for diseases arising from a disordered. Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Intestines, ST., as Mishler's Eletb Bitters. Sold by all druggists and dealers. Dr. S.• B. Hartman & Co., ProprietorS, Lan caster, Pa. novs-2 t A PRACTICAL business education is what is needed by every man, in the community. immaterial what his literary attainments may or may not be.. Every man should be pre pared to transact business accurately and un ilerstandingly ; and from what we have been able to learn, the Iron City College offers the best advantages to be found in this country. Its course of study Is complete, thorough and practical, and its terms so reasonable as to be within the reach of all. For particu lars, address the Principals, Smith & Cowley, Pittsburgh, Pa. - EUGENIA HAM REsronEn.—The cheapest and best. Mammoth bottles only 75 cents. The Eugenia Hair Restorer eclipses all known discoveries for the rapidity , with which it restores gray and faded hair to Its original color, promotes its rapid and, healthy growth, prevents and stops it when falling off, and is a most luxuriant hair dressing, for the human hair and head, rendering it soil, silky and lustrous. Sold by 8: Dickinson & Bon, sole agents in Erie. decl2-Iy. IN the Darpet Department, we defy com petition in respect to extent and variety, as well as to price and quality. • Our stock con sists of Crossley's Tapestry Brussels ; Lowell Extra, and Hartford Superfine Ingrains; Ve netisp_and Dutch Wool; Felt Druggets ; Co coa Mats and Mattings, in fact as large and complete a stook of goods as was ever offered in this city, at very low prices DLEFENDOIII., Gum & FoErrzn. 0c29-21 Mammas= made of Sea Grass or Hair Spring Mattresses, the best in market. N. B.—We make those celebrated Wire Frame Spring Mattresses, they are txcelled by none in the country. Lounges made to order—and all kinds of upholstering dose in a_ perfectly satisfactory manner. • Dnurrawour, Gams & Fosnat. oa9-t Fextmans or Rats Comm.—Chas. Craw ley is agent for,the sate of the Mercier,Flexi ble Marrow. All •oiliers taken by him will be promptly attended to. _ 4 . CAPT. J. H. Waxen, Prop rfitiggiiiiirr Mercier Flexible Harrow oclS-tf . Erie, Pa. 121. MI. Vince ea's Double Ql'oiumn. DON'T FORGET THE ELECTION Itkat you should also ,recollect that the EMPIRki FEED CUTTER is - nsrr AND • CiarjEA:jp - iEsri , ! _a The above cut represents a nevrand improved' four-knlfe, Cutting 13ox, greatly superior to any tour-knife Feed Cutter in use. Its strength, durability, compactneas, sel (-ft:Wing, adjustable throat and knives, case of cutting all kinds of feed equally well, different length of cut, operated by band or horse power, all combined, give the "Empire Feed Cutter" the decided preference over every other four-knife Cutter. Took the First Frain iutn at the New York State Fair Lc, WU We offer them to the public with full conndence that they will give entire satisfaction. COME AND . SEE OUR NEXT CANDIDATE! 1 STOVEK! We have the Largest and Rest Assortment of Stove:4lln the City of Erie. All the approved varieties. Several entirely new Patents. The Cosmopolitan, fig new Cooking Stove leads the market. It is for coat or wood • has galvanized Iron Res . - ervolr ; Is equal.to the highest priced Reservoir Stoves, and costs 13) leas. A superb Cooker and Baker, In all respects. Also, THE MORNING GLORY ! TILE MORNING GLORY! And a dozen other varieties of the moat approved stoves, for all pnrposes. This season, our Stovo•stock is larger, better and cheaper than ever before. The Renowned Stewart Stove. We have the solo agency for Erie of the renowned Stewart Stove, for kitchen or parlor. Nev er, purchase a stove betore-you seen Stewart. The biggest thing la parlor or office stoves flaby season is - JECa,se-JES turner. Perfection as near as a Stove can be. The Stewart Base Burner Is handsome, economical, ef• flclent, reliable, easy to manage, and, in short. Is the best .imasible combination of the Luvalua ble Stewart patent with the best base burning models. The Morning Glory--formerly Littlefield--Base Burning HOT Ainut Greatly improved sincedast season. Tills, the best of all Hot Air Furnaces, is now manufac- . turd in Erie, by Barr, Johnson d Co., and we have the sole Retail Agency for this section. A• base burning Furnace is the only proper kind. The base btirning improvement is even more essential to a Furnace than °stove. Among our many home endorsements-la the following: The Littlefield (now Morning Glory Base Burning) Furnace, has been used by us in our resi dences during the past year, and we heartily endorse it in every respect equal to the euarantees,, of W. W. Pierce & Co., (rota whom we obtained it. Cu_ pt. J. S. Richards W. S. Brown, Isaac Moorhead, H. W. Spooner, S. A. Davenport, B. Grant, W. J. F. Liddell, Robert Evans, Conrad Brown, B. Minium and ) others, GIRARD TESTMONY.—The undersigned, citizens of Girard, cheerfully endorse the above. B. S. Battles, James Webster, W. C. Culbertson, Henry McConnell. We have a very large and well selected stock of Hardware, House Furnishing Goods, Tools, and Agricultural Implements. Our stock Is complete. It is nearly double In extent and variety to that of former years. Prices the most reasonable. Goods the most reliable. Come' and see us au27-3m Stoves for Everybody PATTERSON d. AVERY'S, No. 5' . ..7 French Street 'SITE HAVE a large assottrnent of the BEST and CHEAPINT Stoves the market af fords. Our celebrated NEW AND AMERICAN EAGLE, ire taking the lead of all other cooking stoves, and are adapted to the wants of all classes of community. They are fitted with and withbut water backs also with and without back closets and reservo irs. 'We have also the best magazine Stove or per petual burner (or parlor and office use, yet of fered to the public, called the A.METLIC It has a perfect base circulation, which effec tually warms the lower part of the room, and the construction of the top is such as to render explosions of gas Impossible —besides being the most beautiful stove in the market. We also have any quality.of other styles for both wood and coal—and cannot be undersold. Call and examine our stock before purchas ing elsewhere. SEir Sign of the Big Eagle perched on a Cook Stove. PA'ITERSONS & AVERY, seplo-tf tio. 5X French St . , Erie, Pa. • SINGER'S I7ROVED Family, Embroidery and Manufacturing Sewing Machines. 122 Office rent' of Gennheimer's Clothing Store Gm State St., Erie, 1%1. .15"23-IY. THE ERIE CO. • Live Stock Insurance Co Organizen by electing the following officers: JOSEPH McCARTER, President. SAL KELSEY, Vice President. M. HARTLEB, Treasurer. o.l'. OTHIRCHILL, Secretary. J.:I3LENNER, General Agent.. numerous: 'll. Jareckl, C. Busick, F. Schneider, G. T. Churchill, Joseph McCarter. Henry C. Shannon D. S. ciaiir, Joseph Meaner, M. Hornet), IL M. Johnson. J. Hearn, S. ll:Kelsey:. This Company is organized with A Capital Stock, of. rifts : Thoosan4 Dollars. The office of this Company will be kept for the present in the "Dien° Savings Bank," Keystone Bank Building, and they are pre pared to Woe policies on liberal terms to all who have stock to insure. • au.334m New Marble Shop. rr i rhat U n N e r llM l UMEed h n e e r gxrplC l te n ra n r l7l : orks on North side of 9th St., bet. State a Peaeh, rale, Pa., where he Is prepared to AU all orders In the various branches of that basins" with promptness and.dlspatch, such as all works In Marble or Sandstone, viz: MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, LETTERING, GILDING, - DESIGNING, .MANTLE PIECES, Marble Plates, Fine Bending stone, &c. E. LEONHARD . BettnttOr. •ep3sm• JOHN GENRE:I3EIEIER & SON, DZALKELSIIf Clothing and Gent's Fornisidng Goods CORNER OF SEVENTH STREET. ERIE. l'A.• I c/ THE STOVES ! = STOVES ! .1 2 'rEU.C.E d CO., No. 834) State Street, Eirlo, HENRY BECKMAN, Wholesale and Retail GROCER! .501 State Street, Erie, Pa, Rindernecht's Old Stand IHAVE. ON HAND t nplenakt stock of 'Gio 24 cerlem, consisting of ... TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS; Wooden Willow Ware, PORK, FLOUR AND PROtLSIONW SHIP CHANDLERY. &C.. Making the most complete assortment of goods - kept by any tiroccr In the place. I am also agent for DANNEY'S CELEBRATED AKRON WATER LIME. 'Headquarters for Clover and Timothy . Seed. HENRY BECKMAN. 51E3E1 SAVES KEPLER, REAL. ESTATE AGENTS. Farta on Lake Pleasant road, about 7 mllea from the city, known an the Win. Lawrencei place. ;55 acres. good farm house, good barns, 6 acres woods, grafted orchard, em. The above farm can be bought for $2,700, orn-half down, the balance In i yeals• time. It Is under line state of cultivation. Owner Is obliged• to let it go on account of sickness. It Is cheap andvery desirable. rY z;r'4 FOR SALE. Seven and one-balf acres, 5 miles of city, on M 'ilitia- road. G ood small house, barn, choice variety of fruit, Sc. Erie°, 1. 1 3W0. HAVES & HP:FLEE., No. 1 Reed House. JAMES O'HANLON FARM FOR SALE. On Lake road, east about 5,4 miles. 921,4 acres. New two-bleu well finished house, fine barn, SOO !.oung apple trees. Mr. Olianlon having made business arrangements that will take him permanently from Erie Co., proposes to hell this valuable property CHEAP. seplUdf. , - ILAYEti, & KEPLER. HALL'S • VEGETABLE ISIGILM HAIR .2ZEREWS.R,, PHYSICIANS AND CLERGYMEN ri I. IESTIFY to-its merits tar estoring Gray Hair to its original color and promoting its growth. It Imams the hair son and glossy. The old in 'appearance are made young again.. It is the best ILA. I IT. 11917 i. 144,!, :41G ever used. It removes Dandruir and all Scurvy Eruptions. It doe not stain the skin. Our Treatise on the Hair sent five by mail. Bowan- of the numerous preparatieum which , are sold upon our reputation. It. P. HALJ, a CO., Nashua, N. 11.; ProprtetOrs. . • For sale by all druggists. • . turvs.ltii. Important Nottce.u, • FAIRVIEW STATION, Sept. 18, 1607. • - The Subscriber would Yespect hilly inform Uni Farmers of Fairdew and vicinity, that lis . fis • • prepared to pay TIIE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE - Tor all kinds' of Farm Produce delivered 'fit Fairview Station. Also, keeps on hand - tar sale • BITUMINOUS AND ANTHRACITE COAL ..1 . • as cheap ns can be had elsewhere. Aleor has the agency of Hapgood, Young & co.'s s . d - Cast Steel Plows, Sulkey Cultivators, WA' - Jones' Belf-Dnroping" Wheel Hay Salto, 'Am. —. And has a superior lot or Mares full Iflo and. • grade, ....• SRFFOL.N. AND crrESTER WHITE PIGS! aepl9ll7-ly. A. STONE. • To the Ladteo". TAMES who suffer from weakness across the i back and of the limbs, with bearing4trwie pains, so it is wi th difficulty that. they can stand walk erect, can be relieved .at once and radically cored - by wearing the PRENCIi SUPPOILTEE, a new auct elegant device, neves before known or used In this country. For ran information, call upon or address with stamp, E. S. FRASER, leD. • • ' tr, sep2l-tt JOB PRINTING of every kind, in large or , small quantities, plain or colored, done in the beat style, and at moderate prllee s at the Observer Wpm RETURNS, 3311 I.4Si GE - CA tA t o , h . ...h Fe NEM El [Now.] UM Of all kinds, FOR BALE & KEPLER, No. 1 Reed House.