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/a-Advertisements, to Sectire Insertion, must
he handed in by 0 o'clock 011 Thursday morn
ing. All advertisements *ill be continued at
the expense of the advertiser, unless ordered
fora specilled time.
Church Festival !
S4'Jciety w^lll hold their Annual Femt Iva
• • •
On Thursday Evening, reb'y -stet
it 1,3 coutltlsntly ex poctecl, from' the arrangi.
merit 11111 lie, that tlitirirlll be oneof the Plea**
antest Gutlieriugs of the Beason. •
M. 11. KINLI3EI:,
M. WARIPKI.,' -
(1,1-2 w Conunit tee of A rtangenientm.
W. W. Pierce 8z Co.
W. W. PIERCE & CO. have moved their
Ilanlware, Stove and Agricultural Implement
store rrom ftiO State Street, to the
REED HOUSE ROW
NORTH-EAST SIDE OF THE PARK.
They have the Largest Establishment In their
line lit the city of 'Erie, and are ailing it with
an immense stock of First Class Goods.
Removed! Removed!! Remored2l2
, aiir-To Reed House 810ck...E. , e
W. W. PIERCE & CO.
wirrus of an order of the Orphans'
o:mrt of .Erie County, there will be expo
hed to aale,.on PRIDA.Y, MARCH sth, VW, at 1
o'clock, p. m., at Drakes MD, near the premi
xes hereinafter described, certain undivided
'lnterest/14 by Utianilinas undersigned land the
balance by the adult owners of) the following
described real estate, Iritni, being, and situate
' In the, township of Was iingtort,. county of
Erie, and' bounded on the :North by lands of
l,fever (now lands of Cruller; on the East by
land of Ti-ow; on the Routh by county line ad
joinnil: part of same piece In Crawford county;
and West by laud of Henry' Gro-s; and con
taining 43 acres more or less, being part of 130
acre , set apart to the heirs of John Gross by
writ of partition In the orphans Court or C raw ,
ford county, at N0".'20. April Term, 1%3. Upon
which there are some improvements and valu
able timber. (The istiance of nabs piece, being
Klima adjoining, in Crawford crounty, will be
sold at the same time.) '
num-J.—One-third ef the purchase - money in
hand, one-third in one year, and the balance
In two years. Deferred payments to be secured
by approved security, with interest, payable
annually. Possession given immediately,
WILLIAM J. CLEMENS,
Guardian of Xerxes Gross, who has a one-sixth
undivideaPinterest in said land.
L. G. 11111CIIAL1D,
Oliardlan of Hiram Legran, Lemuel b drue,
Thomas Lecortes and Andrew
Gross, who have a 1014 r-fifteenth ntolivi
ded Interest in said nuad.
It. E. Ptegxrr, Attorney,
Orphant4' Court Sale.
13y VIRTUE of an order of the Orphans'
Court of Erie County, we will offer at pub
he sale, on the premises, nt iii o'clock, a. in., on
THURSDAY, FEB. 2.5, la .% the Farm of the
late William Luther, deed, situated In Fair
view Township, Erie County, Pa., and bounded
and described as follows, to wit: On the North
by road from Olrar4 to Sterrettania anti by
land of Curtis Relater, 2d; East - by land of
Caspar Herbst; South by land of Jacob Etzel
and F. Curtze•, West by Girard township line:
—containing EIGHTY ACRES of Land, be the
same more or less, and having thereon a road
Frame House, Barn Outbuildings. Orchard, &a.
Tnasts..--Chle-third at confirmation of sale,
balance In two equal annual installments,wit h
Interest annually on the whole sum_unpaiti—
the whole to be secured by Judgment bond and
mortgage on the premises.
lb-141w Ex't'ra will Wm. Luther, dec'd.
In the matter of the Partition of the Real -
tate of Richard and James Crowley.
No. &I May Term, ISM
In the Orphans' Court of I , le . Co.
VOW, to wit, February Ist, iso, on petition of
Ellen Ol Crowley, widow of James
Crowley, deed, the Court appoint Ileointnin-
Grant, Ei., Auditor to examine the will and
make report aa to the proper distribution of the
read and peraottal property of oitid...Tas. Crow.
ley, deed, MI puranance of the - said will, and
what further order of the Court ahould be
_laitoe. Per Cur:-
AU permit interested will please take notice
that I will attend to the (little. of the above ap
pointment, at my office, :No. 503 French street,
la the oily Rrtr, - Pa. - , - on the - second Monday
In Memel; 1803,
_at 1:o'clock, p.
let44ir 14' ESJ A.lf IN OR ANT, Auditor.
IHAVE Mid out my stock of mods to
I. SMYTH, who will continue the lnikiness nt
the old • stand, No. 25 French st., who has the
t•ettlernent of all my accounts in his hands.
Thankful for the patronage I, have received
from Ltte public, I would respectfully solicit a
continuance of the borne to my successor,
lAMBI H. ,4Ml"flj.
Erie, January Zt12,1569.
_MI those who know* themselves IndeLted‘o
James IL sznyth will please make payment to
me without delay. as Ids books lin ACrovints
are In my bands for settlement.
Jai:o4w. 8. SMYTH.
_Adndnlitiataifs , Notic6. -
T =VCRS OF ADIUNICTRATION on the
1. estate of Alexander Moore, &KN. tate of
Ord Tp., Britt Coun Pa. . tutvlng,teen
-granted to the undersigne d :
_Latotioe Is hereby
given to all - indebted to--the tome to
mate ith hi Late glartneat. and those having
cattail against the eanteirlik present Mega, du
ly authenticated. Tor settlement.
2 0 1 2 13 AN 1 F 5. t ab ) f a hEL 1., :•
I Waterford, Feb. 4.
Cynthia E. koe, -1.7, her next Mead, Ira (i.
Mitch. TS.P*Miltd rm.
In the Court of CominaciTteini of "Erhi County,
No. ti February 1641).
rj , t'TIMONY I n the abovaeatie will be taken
11 before the untlersignell on the of Feb.,
IRO, at 11 deloekift. m.tarhtn• all interested
will appear." L. CAM - PHA:Li:3EN,
SINGER'S IMPROVED ,
Fanilly;tmbroldery, and Manufacturing
Sewing • Machines.
60,000 made and sold in the year DiZSi.
• (vice rear of Cienshettelers Clothing Store
tr 4 state st., kris, Pe. ' ,jy=
, • _•
TUR BANKINO 'HOUSE
• OY• •
.101111 Eumust co:,
li:we loatted•theinseLvea for the Present in
the North part Of the room •of Moors. Slum.
non • Co.'s hardware More, South Of the
Union Depot, where they will continue to do a
General B a nking, Exchange, and Collection
'Malawi, also pay &natant-on lar7Oir
i _WM-1m nib. •
, . Voluntary nankruptcy.
, 111118,18 TQ GIVE NOTICE that on .th• Gth
. 1. day of - Tan., A. 11„ 1409, a warrant in bnk
ruptc);. was 'salted against thce state of 13. Y.
Moamor Erie city, F.rie Cm, nrf.ittate of Perin'a.
•vatils, who fiats been- adiudgetra bankrupt on
his own petition that the payment of any
.debts and delivery of any property belonging to
him, fur bin use, and the transfer of any proper
ty ny blm are „forbidden by law; that a meeting
Of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their
debts and to choose one-or more Atalanta% of
his estate. salli•be held/nal:elan of Ilankruptey,
to be holden at the office of the Register, In the
c l, ity of Pale, Pa., before I.; Woudru.ll4 Esq.,
t o. bA. b nr9 o'cMck et'lh en the
1 , 1 Aith day of
I T. WV
111051A8 A. IsowLEY,
• • . U. S. Marshal, biesaenger.
By a P. Divehi, Dept. U. 14. Marshal.
F. STEN, t
Ty A:VI NO bought the Eagle Hotel, In Water
-LA turd. would Inform the public that he has
thoroughly red/tad the sane, and la nollLeady
to accommodate all lir the beat of atyl . file
table hi bountifully aupplled,.and the r 'la
mocked with the elinteext chr I Itituat, Aor26-If.
ERIE, PENN'A; FEBRUARY 4,1869
CuAxon or Tpre.—A new time table,for
the. various ralltomli f •went into effect
Monday inst. ,
EXTENSIVE DANIXIiES.—TIie case Of Tiboar
vs,P. IL It was tried in ociartlast
and the jury rendered a verdict of 048
damages. 3R. Tabor had taken passage 011
a train on this road, lt& neglected to — ptlr7
chase 'a ticket. The conductor demanded
the -:usual excess, charged when fare
Is collected on the 'cars, and- Mr. Talxir
refining to pay it, he was ejected ; hence the
snit. The defendants, it is said, will farther
conteit s the ease.
MIL TAYLOR'S LECTUILE.—A very sliman
diencegreed this gentleman at Farrar Hall,
on Friday evening last. Those who ab
sented themselves missed a rare treat, as his
tubjeet—"Horizon Breaking"—was handle
in an atilt, and masterly manner. Some of
his puSaaids abounded in a fine vein of hu-
Ifut the peroration—more beautiful
of the simplicity of the subject—AV:lS
the finest gem Of the lecture.
Dr.sritue - rm: Fitt .—.l barn belonging
to Mr. Samuel Glenn, who resides about five
miles south - of the city, took fire from some
unknown cause, on Saturday morning last,
• and was totally destroyed. In addition-to
the loss of hay, grain and farming utensils,
three hor::es and three cows could not be
rescued from the barn, and were consnmed
in the !lames. The total loss sustained . by
Mr. Glenn Is not known. The barn was in
sured in the harbor ('reek Partners' Mutual
Insurance Company fur 42,200.
A SAD ACCIDENT. - .lm, Child Flrterilit
&aided.— Another of those heart-rending
accidents which should coma home to the
heart of every mother in the c.inun an i y aq
terrible warning, transpired in thk city on
Saturday last. A tub of hot water bud been
left standing on the floor at the of Mrs.
S. A. Sherwood, who resides in "Jerusaleno
Shortly after it had been placed there her
little daughter accidentally fell into it, and
although , lifted out almost immediately she
was scalded so severely as to produce her
death the following evening. Iler sufferings
during the interval must have been most ex
cruciating, although the utmost skill of the
physician who attended her was directed
towards alleviating her pain.
THE PARE CHURCH LECTURE Courtsa.--.
, first of the series of lectures„ which we
annonnced in our last issue as about to be in
augurated by Rev. G. V. Cain, in ., the Park
Church, was delivered on Sabbath evening
by Judge Johnson. This gentleman appear
ed to be, as much at home in the pulpit as on
the bench, and his practical remarks upon
the necessary qualifications of true manhood,
and the course which should be pursued by
the young who aspire to the dignify of good
and true men, were well received by the
large audience present. Wu believe this
course oflectures will be productive of much
good. Hon. John P. Vincent 'follows next
in order, on next -Sabbath evening a week,
and we advise our young friends to attend.
sing contrast, in point of numbers, with the
audience which greeted Mr. Taylor, on Fri
day evening last, was t t which assembled
at Farrar Ilan, on Mon y evening, to hear
Gen. :LTC. Killpatrick le vire on "Sherman's
March to the Sea." - Whil the first-named
gentleman possesses all th elements of a
finished scholar and lecturer, a d his 'subject,
was fraught with matter calculated to enno
ble and dignify all that is good .and great In
the human mind, and to convey leisons
which come home to the . heartsofillose wl.y3
desire to leave the world a Was better limn
they found it, the remarks of the latter were
the vindictive utterances of a man who ap
peared to delight in depicting scenes of car
'nage and slauglater; and in appealing td the
baser passions of his hearers. Gen.
trick is a mnikinul sized man, and his general
appearance dries not indicate the soldierly
bearing so noticeable in a majority of the of
.iicers who served during the war. Ills voice'
is loud and .distinct, though rather harsh,
and the continued oscillation of his head,
'while speaking, rather detracts from the dig
nity so becoming in a public .lecturer. The
descriptive portion of the lecture was very
gOcxl, and in closing he palda glowing eulo
gy to his colored friends Who fought so nobly
on various occasions .
•Sr. Vaumrrrsest DAY.—The 14th of thht
month is known under the above title, audit
popularly supposed that on that day the
feathered creation choose their mates. In ,
former times it was customary for sighing
swains and bashful lovers to send the fair
objects of their adoration elegant pictorial
and gilded iilustrations of chubby looking
cupids, or hearts skewered togother with an
imaginary knitting needle; but of late years
the custom has degenerated Into the exchange
of horrible looking caricatures which flt
quently engender ill will and lastinetatred.
The latter tbature is often more " honored in
the breach than in the observance," but good
natured, people extract a great deal of amuse
molt evert in betu ‘ g made the recipients of the
higi&ly: , Coloted daubs known as " comic val
St s Valentine was, according to some wri
tcrs,a•hishop, while others insist thathe was,
a preihyter, who was beheaded. a Rome, la
•the coign of the Emperor Claudius, A. D. 270.
Histoilans remark that "he was. a Wart of
admirable parts, and so famous for his love
and cjmarlty, that time custom or4l6o3ifig Val:
entities upon his fcstival tooleits ;ilia from
' Icovnt:•7Kimitvii.:—Jiiiolory a:114 Jun e.
:Ay and gentleman wE o reside at Cleve
land, recently concluded to form a life part
ner-hip; hue as a considerable disparity exis
ted in their ages, they experienced so many
difficulties in the course of the unsmooth
current of hive, that they delertnined to cross
the border. Tho expectant groom numbered
just the three score and ten which is. Su
pposed to be The allotted life-time of man, and
the fair bride lies just turned sweet sixteen.
Upon their arrival in this city the services of
Esq. Cortze were put into requisition and
the twain were soon made one flesh. The'
mother aid 'step-father 'of the bride *accom
panied the party; 'and, Wegileve to'Ray; that
her mother's "second ventnie"'gor gloriously
drunk. The bridal party returned to Cleve
land 'the same evening, and the:step-hither,
having fully recovered by the following day,
also took his doormat. -
Tau Dispatch oflice hat Been fortunate in
securing the Jscryie,4•l P. G. Grady,.Esq l
late of the Republican, as political editor of
that paper. lie is a gentleman °foe& MA
varied experience, thoroughly coFtvarsait
With the politics of the times, a petigetit and
promising writer, and, hitter than* sli, a caar-,
teous and tiveeable gentlemen.' ' We expect
to have frequent occasion cot, " crossing
swordS 4 ' with ;lam, and feel ussured. that,
whatever may be his dilievencei of opinion
with us upon publie,issues, they wilialways
be stated in a spirit of fairness and manly
Ws leans from the Pittsburg Gazette that
Geo. W, DeCamp; tog,- has purchased a floe
!widener( on retui .stret, in that cttj. and
designs italiingit pertnmankt hotnd, The.
Radlealt of Allegheny county 'will probably
appreciate tam better Nisi these of Ms, and;
we should not be in the least surprised to lee ,
George; Wore:Ion& attain the object of his!
ambition, bJ eecnriog a Bea .4 4 11 1 4
tore or, oougrasit . •
Trre Sheriff of Ashtabula county offers a
reward of $l,OOO foi the arrest of the mur
derer of the old man Pray. -
F be Firet Muses Erected in Erie.
Ali nits ire — rtaLaingto the early hider,
of our city are interesting, and none more , so
than the erection of the primitive lttetes_of
our sturdy pioneers; like their enterprising
projectcres, there are bet feWleft, and ocolk.
They too will have passed away and giver/
place to those of modem days. Saw•milik
beingararityln those early'ilmes, and tint-
.bee plenty, most of the ~homses were con- -
stride!'" of loss, IhOegb ilruky were after
wards somewhat Modernised-by beak:a*
boarded. Raising a house, In those days,
was like a town meeting, atid all matters per
taining to the general interest were discussed,
as all were there to put their shoulders to the
andimany a jolly dam • they had after
the labore and discusslims of the day were
over. Of the original Imes, there are but 13
left standing, viz:
Ist, The "Codd House," on the South side
of Second, between German 'and Parade
streets, in - what was. formerly known as
."Reed's Row:" It is a two story frame,
'built by Mr. Geo. Cold, a dealer in salt, in
1803. Mr. Codd was a Pennsylvanian, and,
having fated in business, left for the lower
part of the State, where he died. The house
then fell into the hands of P. S. V. Hound.
During the war of 1812 it was
.occupied , by
Thee. Gallagher as a term.. Sipco then, it
has changed hands several times. Is in a
-tolerable slats- of preservation.
2d. "Knox House," on the West side of
French, between Second • and Third streets.
It is a two story log, and was built by Robert
Knox, Esq., in 180.5, who was the Post Mas
ter at the time, and kept the office in this
building for 17 vems, and where he resided:
and also kept a small store. Re resigned.hla
office in 1820, and removed oitylrashlngtoni,
Pentea., where be died. It is owned by
Samuel - A.Davenport, Esq., and is in a toler
rattle state of preservation.
3d. The"bunuingluun House," on'the North
side of Third, between French and Ho lend
streets. ,It is a two story log house, .and
built by Hugh Cunningham in 1809. Mr.
Cunningliman was from no of the lower
counties of Penn'a., of Iri'.h descent, and a
tailor by trade, though ho did not work at it
for many years before his death., He always
resided, in this house,and left a handsome es
tale. It is in a
.good state of Preservation.
4th. The "Spang House," Sonth-east cor
ner of French and Th:rd streets: It is a taro
story log house, and built by Jacob Spang,
Esq., in 1800. Mr. Spang was Sheriff of thhi
county from 1809 to 1812, and one of a party
of enterprising Germans of means, who•emi
grated from Lancaster and Dauphin counties.
Ile kept store in a log building on French
street adjoining his dwelling. Ile, however,
was not satisfied with a new country, and
removed to Lancaster in 1812. The house is
in a tolerable state of preservation, and be
longs to Jacob Rindernecht.
6th. The "Wallace House," on the litWth
side of Fifth, between French and Hothead
streets. It Is a two story frame building,
built by Capt. Robert Irwin, of Revolution
ary memory, in 1803, for Thos. Wilson, Esq.,
a man of extensive business operations at
the time. Wilton failing to meet the pay
ments. it was sold, and fell into the hands of
Wtn. Wallace, Esq.,—father of Dr. Wm. M.
Wallace—and subsequently into the hands
of Dr. John C. Wallace, who lived in it un
til his death, in 1827. There was subsequent!:
ly some litigation in regard to the titlerarat
it was sold as the property of Benjamin
Wallace, and purchased by John Riddle,
Esq., who sold it to Jonathan Baird, and,
after his death, it was purchased by a Mr.
Lull, and is now owned by his widow. It is
in tolerable condition. A circumstance oc
curred in connection with the 'construction
of this house, worthy of note, viz: Upon
Mr. Wilson's failing to meet the payments
for material and work, originated the Me
chanics' Lien Law in Penn's.
/Gth. The "Bell House," on the North-east
corner of French and Sixth' streets. Ills a
two story frame Wilding, built by ,fudge
Wm. Bell, In 1806, John Ted master builder.
It was used by, Judge Bell as- a residence
and store until his . death, In 1813. ' Seim
quently by Fox ft Bailey, as store and resi
dence, in 1814. Then as a hotel in 1817, by
Wm. Hughes, who was succeeded by John
Bell. It has been occupied mostly for stored
and shops up to the present day, and now
owned and soccupled,,by Philip A- Becker as
it.grocery store. Is in a good stateof preser
7th. The House." This building for
merly stood on the East aide of French, be
tween Fifth and Sixth streets, where now
stands the cigar store and saloon of Michael
Mehl. It was sold to Win. Beatty. who -re
moved It to West Park Row, where it was
used as a tin shop until Mr. Beatty sold, and
had it removed,io put up the "Beatty Block." -
Wm. Roekinson was the purchaser, and re
moved it to the West side of Peach street;
between Third and Fourth streets. It Is now
occupied by Seth TOdd Parley, Esq. It is a
one and a ltalf story frame, built by Sheldon
Ball, Esq., in 1810; &other of Major G. J. Ball',
and where he resided fur many years, folt
lowing his vocation, of silversmith.
Bth. The "Sill House," situated near the
North-west Corner of Sixth ,and llolland
streets. This is a - two story log building,
built by t3ameel Smith, in I*l. Mr. Smith
wa.s the first sheriff of this county. and the
second member of Congress from this Dis
trict.- He married a Southern lady in
Washington,und settled In Gmariii, alter - his
term of office expired. Yr. EWA •sobi to
Wm. Wallace, Wallace to
bean to Hon. ;ease Moore, Moose to Thos. If.
Sill, Mr. Sill 'lived here until he died, in
1850. It now, belongs to the heirs. It is well
preserved. - ' ' '
nth. The "Dwinnel House," on the South:
4 coiner of French and Sixth Nimes. It
is a two story frame building, and built by
Eboneier Dwimiel, in .1810. • me Dwinnel
was a salt merchant, and, lowing failed in .
business, returned to New England, his for
mer home, where he committed suicide: The
Property fell into the hands of Ones San
ford, and subsequently into that of John C'
Beebe, who' now own* and occupies a:por
tion of it sua store, , In 1812.13, Jt was bi
.cupied as a hotel by Thomas Rees, Jr. II is
oth. The "McNair House,, ` near Peach
street, above the Raft Road Dypot. It is a
one end a Half, story 'log bonse,'.and Loth by
James Baird in 1800. It; and other property
afterwards fell into the hands of Major David
_being the' agent of Mr. Baird.
,31apieNair built the first brewery neirthis,'
'on what is now known as Tunapfke street
Mr. Baird was 'an enterprising and Intelli
`gent mechanic; and at one time owned a
handsome pioperty here. In 1800, he re
moved with his (amity to Pittsburgh, and
;ShortlY after, to St. Louis: About 1011,11 e,
irilh a party of seven others, started off on a
hunting and trading ,expedition to the bond
eta of New Mexico, and were captUred by a
.party of Spanish explorers, and - taken to
'Santa Fe. They were held as prisoners
for.aeven years, forced to wink 10,,the
and subjected to the harshest treatment;
five years of the time they never saw the
sun. Of course their clothes were soon worn
'out, and they got buta'scanty supply. As a
sample of this, Beni was _furnished. with a
piece of coarse cotton cloth atly,itud getting
nothing to oat 'or sew it With, sharpened the
edge bf a two Shilling piece, which be bad
managed to keep, and with this be cut not ts
sort of a *kink NO 4 wfin" Ito need* aide
ona:owt o1:1; piece d wire . ; And . . 7hir 'thread
,nakireeiedin obt the
ide - shirt,whkb was the enteft .
of his ziotkligt ' fiaviag ~got !dew& BOK:
teiWne4'ln lea . hehlf•Ball* With,
.o.dventatit, be Erd op, another Vette 1914 al-,
` liar porPose, and again started ihr tbe'bor-'
den of New Mexico. Tide time they were
captured by 'the Indiana in the Territory
-now known as Kansas. Baird managed to
k .` 1:0 Art
11th. The !tillon House so &led, on
- the South side of Eighthdletween • • •
I. c- each streets: , 'lt ita ono and it half story
e t 4506 by lio".alpsitinscl;
h • lug p •
it in=ed in
aura Joe • zee
,It has gone through many _ changes oftqc,
-intd remains welt preserved.
12th. The' "Henderson nonse;:_ricar the
*Tit 7; - 3.1. tart; elf_N4l an Os
orteels. , :- . 71 - * ;Ma a halt story frame, built
by Wm. Henderson in 1811. Mr. H. got, in
to some difficulty and left the country. It is
said he slied in Kentucky. The Louise ig if:AV
owned by' Wm. L. Scott, M t tril‘
preserved. • • ill: I l k =
lath. The' "Morris HousklqitiflltTotith
side of the West Park. Is a two stoly frame
building, built by Capt. John Morris in 1810;
he erected hiS hat shop,a little West Of his
residence. It has always been occupied. as a
residence or boarding house. Capt. Norris,
was from Perkifp!tut.l", Pc4lo l 4*. „"
in olyriittiNllWltars Its -1 00403 4E, .
Peatte:„ ThOolinding retinal** good_. " • t
lion. : .
This comprise's all the old buildings now
standing, constructed previons to the year
1811. Those that have met the fate of time
will be given In a future number. 1).
REOULkTIONS FOR, LENT Rev. ' ,
Mullen, Bishop of 'the' Diocese of Erte,. :
nottnces, the following, as the-rules to 1*
observed by the members of the -Cittliolic
Church, within his jurisdictioh, during the
~ol pent, commencing on q gk
le t All*e_illthAtwho have ceitfl n tlt
thetir ildst-Nefir are; e
penned, bound in observe the test or t.
They are to mae only one full meal a
day, excepting Sundays.
3. The meal allowed - on Fast Days is not
to be taken until about noon.
. . _
C 'At that metkif on soy dity . petshfsaion
..eltimid %granted f Akin. fiesh,tbotttllesh
an fish are not to be used at the same.time,
even by the way of sauce or condiment
5. A small refresliment, commonly called
collation, is allowed in the evening ; no gen :
eral rule as to the quintlty of food permit
ted at this time is or can be made. But the
practice of the most regular Christians is,
never to let it exceed the fourth part of an,
6. General usage has made it lawful to
drinlvin the morning some warm liquid ; as
-Lea, collet) or Ilthichocolat6 mitAle .91h
7: l ltiicasslty and custom lise anthottiell
the use of hog's lard, instead' of butter, in
preparing fish. vegetables, &c.
S. The following persons arc exempted
from the obligation of fasting: Young per
sons under twenty-one years ofage, the sick,
pregnant Wotnen, or. those giving suck to
Infafits,•rfirsoas obliged to hard labor, and
all who through weakness cannot fast with
out great prejudice to their health.
9. By dispensation, the u.s . .e of flesh meat
will be allowed at any time on Sundays, and
once a day on Unudays, Tuesdays,
Aare and Sttuniarzith the efeeption.a
thu - Siturdalln r week, anke last
four fkaqtAn a t.
-10. P-Itiolia"dispethiid from •thevegatldff --
of fasting are not bound by the restriction of
using %eat only_ at one meal, on days on
which its use is granted by dispensation.
Those who are obliged to fast, are permitted.
to use meat only at ohe meal.
11. The time for making the t kos.kes
munion will date trom Ash-Wc ly to
the second Sunday after Easter. - -
Duoaus volt.otrWrivi—;3lost, Of • our
SlXjanalitiidth k ite fait Gait by a
provision in the charter of the Atlantic &
Great Western that company was re, -
quired to make a connection with the liar.
bor of Erie. They also know that this branch
road has not been built, and that senator
Lowry has been enderrrorirrg7forsturre Thai;
to make them comply with their charter. As
one of the means to this end, suit wee brought,
some time since, in the name orthii 7 Stie4
Allegheny It. R. Co., against the A. & G. W.
Co., for non-fulfllment of their ,obligations.
The matter was placed to thetands . of three
arbitrators, consisting of Judge Greer, R. F.
Gaggin and Rev. J. H. Whallon, who brought
in an award of $OOO,OOO damages in favor of
the plaintiffs. The A. 4,t G. W. Co. (Welded
to contest this verdict, and on Saturday it
was brought up before Judge .Vincent
through a motion asking that the award at
the arbitrators be stricken off the docket.
The case was argued by James C. Marshall
for the rule, and by Col. Curtis on the part of
Mr. Lowry, and decided hi favor of the A.
it G. W. Co. Mr. Lowry and his friends
will undoubtedly renew their efforts in some
sham pip wbaf -particidar, fOipt we. are,
now unable to state. ,
Sesr.tvon Lowny.—The Dispatch accuses
Mr. Lowry of being a "traitor' to the !Arty,
for, absenting himself while the.Peltz bill was
under consideration in the Senate, and adds
a mysterious sentence about Senators "go
ing-over to the enemy to till pockets already
plethoric.with boinatrjumpigg aniVetrlicel
fees." SevCral ilie
on,thc other hand, agerts that Lowry did
not leave the Senate chamber to dodge the
vote, but because he saw that li support
wirl4 t o -lascri likeN
suoMit ter e r e 11 *belt
the g Se .
seems that we gave Mr. Lovrry'6l4ld it fur more ;
conscientiousness and independence than
he deserved. Whatever may_been the ,Eno
tires which induced him to absent himself,
all men of candor would think more of him
if he bad stood up boldly, and declared it to
be on account of the internal iniquity of the
measure. , .
Lts . r.--The folio wing is a list of
Traverse Jurors for -a Court of •Common
pleas commeneinz the firsi• Monday in
11 J. A.
Metz, ft A'.llllgllll, Z. . &Wall , , B.
GleamA. IL-Wagner, JOnathliti'
Harbor Creek—Win. COok, Milton Chambers,
J. L. Greenwood, Thdmas
North East Boret.z4anfea .CtiiirfereLok
Drury. North East . Tp—Volney Belnap.
Greenfield—Newton 'Hitchcock. 'Veuango—
_Concord—A. W. Covell,
L. ColEg. Corry—P. P. BrOwn. Union
W e•-' .0 role, Ilet,l3ols. WIWI&
Union ro—A. S.Tillotson. Waterford Boro
—H. R. Vincent, S. F„ Middleton., Watery
ford Tp—John Denial': • Summit—W i lliiabi
Dunn. Franklin—E. E. Mink EAt
Gco.• Ball. Conneaut—Moses Diivaqi, N. 'S.
Rumpus. Springfield— Scott ,Hensel; A.
Reynolds. Girard Boro—Monroe Hutchin
' •x :
- o _
lfEctrictes' 31serrito.—A considerable
number_ of gentlemen, Composed 10 mem- ,
bcra..,of _t4 Anchinlits;.-apA i =
inglast, to fisten to an address delivered by
0. D.. Dailey, Esq., President of the Inter
national Union. The 'able disthirke oethiit
gentleman was confined principally to the
causes 'which produced poor Worklngtnen•
low we incithrsom o mitun ici r
l OreiiMit , i4
I ctusion he advised members of the. associa
!tion to lend their political influenciind tild
only to such metitifko - Aibeit bitioto
the workingmen at heirt. Ells address was
listened to with profound attentiott throryib-
Xissiummint.:—The grand bal-masque of
the Undine Boat Clnb, which Came Off on
Tikunolsir evening last; War a tmetplete
succeal in everyleapect. :Mho eostumeswere
vatl, s3o,emkri thuiginebie'tharasitar,frolp
the ancient "Wandering Jew" to the latest
agony—the "Grecian bender"—wu
~.s agtoilatkd Iscekettpl4 4 ,
until an early boar on Friday mottling, and
everybody went • 'pleased• • • the
admirable er was
oesdneged.Z .Th din may We I amgrat
ulate theenielres upon thit suttees of their.
, 1 E 11 5126 1. 1 4 1.0t. 1 lo wss
• Mortar, in these degenerate dart ; conhns
a brevet greatness on the possessor, which is
Worshipped with more devotion than the
- . 4 •
• 'Cot.. T. B. VntcsatT, of this city, was ap-
Pilid--b3r - Jadife - M4910410 ,-- rorennur of
UM District Gond Grand 3ury, at Pittsbu, b,
la k iappeek. 4"r" 5 - 71
1 4/4ir am° tiicarAl)
rough ter 'ter Wood
ruff'a officc;the legal...expanse of-each
not tar from pso. •
the43 - limettol.flat'eptessmt of
cr whit - sickness in his family compels
to decline lecturing in this section during the
I 04 lamer]; FAQ., blik`bliPl itt ZPaigr'
pi t nit . ueat T ent for theS p at at
SAttllbnAg. an shall expeci'' , :lafi r e adlll%.
Lions to our list from his efforts in behalf of
the paper. . .
. M. IL 41:1101C813 baa'removed hie_ Fruit and
1 Confeetionerilltablishment to the room next
to Fatrar Hall entrince,.where he has fitted
one of tipililost iippc!ive starts , bl Ihs,
WE. Ma AllitWpetitionAlikt. 4
/ . Legisiattufa i reffaiiiiin act restrainin g e
ErieTessenger Railway Company from run
ning their cars on Sunday, is being circula
,ted for signattires.
Tits freight on., oil which is carried
through Erie to _ClevelitiLls just twenty
to fess per liairrilt-fhlif wlie,t shipped to
: point. ltis is Islip:liar *eight tariff,
&al calls for Simla ediplaggliomt' •
'Pits Dispatch local salvo, carnation pink
last week, Which *as:grown in the open•air
. ilvly to open Inlololffligittrill
tyle garden OA ie. PlOtinsing
, • • .4 77.
..".1 lady residinl
St. executed summary vengeance on a mem
lax of the_male persuasion, a few days ago,
by pitching him down a flight of stairs. The
irot2ionipiro4s that la was stetsll4 her coal. ,
- fig" UessAtetAlis Lostry is ittpidly re
covering_frumlialate_ severe- indisposition,
and although yet unable to leave his sick
room. he stall attends to the business of his
Constituents. Ile will be about again in a
Tub debt of $6,000, which was owed by
the First 13apti , t Church of this city, is now
almost paid ; $5,700 have beer,' raised within
fitet two weeks to dewptf thlt indebted:
rtesi, one member aktntthivlng pitid $1,700
Wu.L Isar some one or more J of our ; read
em& ii tciiiis* sod Olive in tin
county sea hs new!. or accidents, dikov
erica, improvements, or i tt fact anything that
iviii - POisess a local interest to our readers at
large? Our paper can thus be made more
interesting to all our ,patrons.
Tits Dispatch. warns "lovers of poor ci•
gya" to Osep am:from Capt. Gllson's Maid
jvciat 6 )Musa.. We take tiffilgt t . llO.
r inerilO g t nilitlisjitt way of speitg
loivtior civil, will alwayflita Mina'
there to suit their taste.
-TrEsnav last, was "ground-hoz day," and
as old Sol was invisible, this animal of the
porcine -species • failed to . see his shadow.
Tradition says that when this is the case, it
is an indication. that - winter *ls at an end.
This can be relied_ et t o seine exie
wvicaof¢ e eltnsaitc";
tii"J" leea Lal4,
were playing with a piece of lighted paper,
in the froht mons. ofihis reaidence; in, this
City; on Tuesday list, when the clothes of
one of them—a two year old child—took fire
and ere the flames- could be subdued, was
TRE Dispatch modestly announces that
dip Retilthro97. Tocirntli 4Eir-c*
' , e-iollbwittg User eximille; pub
lishing Carl Schurz' great speech." ,The
Gazette and Republican have not.: yet irt;-
serted it, from which we infer that 'diet Dis
patch does not rude them scrag the*lettd
ing Republican Journali?' '•
Tea County Comniissitmers hate Made the
retro% ing appOintniebt of ofileenb for the
present year: ' Commissio ners' Cleric;. A. J.
Sterrett. Comm lasionerV. coliTittL - Gem
Walker. PhYalcian et. Jail, Dr, E IV:
Germer. Mercantile Appraiser, Jas. 11. Tay.
,Watertohl tp. Janitor of the Court
House, Orrin J. McAllister, Of Amity. '
A 0118A:ideal of Interest is already mini:
Tested in South Erie in regard to candidates •
'to be put. kultard‘for : tßertipp; fi r the Spring
for 'tort:Mei rdttices. kdifiliOn Of. Opinion
seems to exist 'in the min& of a number of
the citizens as to whether the:, extensive im . ;
provements inaUguiated shallot on' or
discontinued. 4 • • "' • " :
Tun Universalist Society of WI etirwill
give their annual Festival at Wayne • Hell,
on Thursday evening of. next week. They
hsWileirktlabbi,been detain. tlerptaSuitest7
of our Tecteente'rfedninents, and are always
looked for Ward to with much interest. We
need not bespeak a large attendsncefor
such the Festfriti is sure to secirrlC" - 7
31Essea. h ;?Ifil
s/-ei Pt* re
moved t d
arise Wm: tvere they have secured one of
title lfuvest rooms in the city, and supplied it
with - a stock of goods that has never been
excelled iu this section. The success ,That
has attended this firm must be graiifYing to
all who love to see enterprise and worth rt-
Oun Representative, Mr. Rea,' read in
place and presented to the Chair, on Thurs
day last, a hill providing' or the better pro
•tection of sheep in Erip' county.. Mr. flyer.-
alum presented tills relating to the vacating
of streets and improvement of alleys in Erie,
and an act regarding the collection of State,
bounty, poor, e. 12 titid i acOltht
county, and fi • she tiKimin
Tau Coupcils peasedantircliqtysee. fecettlo
ihkOtkitimg ihe-ialb'eflittatitethe ties
or elsewhere on the streets except during the
finite intervening between. October Ist and
March Ist. Bsfore, th 4 orilinanpeios
Assail few 1i406e0 treito granted:'sfach
will not expire unlit some time..after the
latter 'date 3 ' bet witlr.tbeei , .exiePtietts fli t
reestialfbir offered ftir isle bet Ween Site Oat,
3l:sic.ll 'find first *of Ociober only at the
tr 991imtillpiEmirs have removed
eter 3lcdloin from the positioh. of Janitor
'of the Court Mouse, and 'given his place to
Capt., Orrin J. McAllister, a one-armed Or..
regiments p . . seems to gagentipman
of amiable and obliging • disiloosithin, and his
1 0,eleftio4girts.Aomliotr p4lll4f4tilbn to the
soldier - elemeiit of the dominant party.-
Under his disPeniatlon we do not thing it
,t ' . is will pe subJ
t ri t fit
• g. 4 . • op in txartmon.
IT is reported 'that in elopement cx;curred
10 1 34 r Vitilt)likrelbia hiSiftichi
married man, who Is father of two children,
was the partrof thojt , first part, am (pall
-rib "#4 Ott ez n iik4. 1414esAkiat
place, but 'w tuscassitates his
frequent absence from home, accompanied
. 11 * Anfonnn irPR* 4 1, 1 4 thus
44 4., mibriwiedAlt ji,soictow*
Vte;itbeta e gnu* , pair was that
driving in a committee to Waterford, they
b a tirta - / I. an g
' 164 411 "
found...the lionise of a es Imo' Union,
and a number of citizens who do not bold
satiate the viliage. She °Mightily 'renaoved
ent to another location, a few
" •; , and It tombs to be seen whether
this will:prove satialketory.
Immee aad Gan& Furs very cheep. _Hata!
Cepa mei iPtimiehtag good*. Suite ln
the beat amener b 7 Joon as Lythi. Oatt.
11ST OP CAI7SES FOR TRIAL ON THE IST
HONDA IN MARFM,.. „,
.. kill ; ,
fe k ir i Y Vr, Na A 11 . 4 1 - ph i Jjr .
Fetir. , •‘-;'/FF7.
Bryan v lrerN 0.219 .. .. ..
Tcsartelotte Ms Kelsey, et al No. 308 May" ",
_litlek vids&Xiste Cann yr& - 17
• Aug. Term. WA.
H. .es vs Am. Ex. Co. N 0.103 AuA,lfou, "
' lll tMir n't4.B ' 4P t :fl i
• t 11 "
11--- . .. 14 SO
Mead vs Frisbee, .. gy 44 64 44
Bond vs Pickett, • " 110 a "
Caughey et at vs ITAISi Aar ,"411K ......„--t
•• • Amity Tig, , e"
; e hi , •vs same, *.„, ,
' 1 744 same, "::' • " "', A
• ,• vs Taylor, '. -- ,-: "- 1-- ' " l ie r ''
''el . eman vs Campbell, " 107 ". "
Scott et al VA Morton, " 146 " ! " ".
Scott et al vs Stewart, " If 7 " , "
Struthers vi Rangtam, " 16(1 " , 0
Oreely vs Thomsa, .., no 44 I HI 44
Faulkner vs Allen, .. 217 48 ' 4 4 44
West vs Hills,. .. 2. 14 .. .. , 44
Sall .9. Colt vs Excelsior Brick Co.. No. 938
Feb. Term, 15 . 0 g
Eliot et al vs SUVA ..
.. t' May Terr,
at vs Maur, -; ' - ' ' "
ir - -• vs 1.244 04 ; . , ' Aug. '
. .11.R.Cca; ' , Nov. "
:•• . a Brows e '. -...r.. -, t ... At , t , is u
, e7O. . i ...•.-.,proth...tary.
HAYES & KEPLER,
-lawmen rar ale. •
New Ili Story House of I. Chrlatopb, on Buf
falo at., bet. C.ltnatnutaiys Wa4git
• 2 Good 1
11th St. near 5tat., , ... 1 Ye left
town and wffi opt *tong. '
6 room* each, on 8d at. between
nu= Possession inunedis .ll iellly.
, , „
Fat itatt.—DwrAhds Henn of Cart. lAtafati
etic Ostofraa down& S meg, mbar letter,
wed %linden Mutt, Ite. A 'bed t can
baseit at st7 g per annum.
For Rent, on W. 4th Street, bet. Sassafras and
Myrtle, a well finished Swelling. Price, 3:450 per
annum. l'asassion given aqi once.
Goods for the Beason.
A full stock of assorted
11:3FIRA:VC, 13, C*l4
Low Prices for Cut
"A;i'TIIII FANCILY Q:110 011131 1211(1)ItAViii
lON STORE OF
CRAW &- MARSHALL,
24 West Park.
HAVING A FiJf e l t. ARROWFMENT.
• _ •
Fresh and -11441G00 ds
in our dea,Snwnfree .
FOR SALE AT CASH,
As low as the same can be had west of Balla°.
Our Groceries having been
Families can rely upon getting what they
Blank Book Manufacturers.
c Books. Le., bound In any
• - style iletlred, and In, the neatest and
- • best manner.
Ail,klaila at Rail Bad, Coamierehd,
. 4 lix4:paperlieusin 'sizes . on hand or made
ituuN44 OF Alut Ordain , v
D at if im? neatness and dispatch.
IST - V V. Co X' F. igt
OF ALL RINDS ON HAND
' P - R J I N T I N G
. u at II its branches, done to order
Withleatuais' and dispatch.
1. E. ABFIBY .1 CO.,
t.:*riight's Block, Erle. Ps.
ESTABLIMIED IN 11444.
DRI G~ C~ Is '
.so. 12110f49 W
FRENCH` . WINDOW,
And P 110*fllr y 44. 9 .!
630 State Street, Erie, Pa.
t o n g r at i ggellvell anOther Larwe In-
ENtli ObABF4,4lltect tromp the
Xstattacturers In Earope, resittag oar present
thesup lY r liart n t i lt to v e w house west of New
Efilirateo .Nteirly Every Size, both of
•- ' • !.'Double road Single giveugth•
DMICItIi and nthers i ttieLferpttriA:
VOR THEIR INT ' I
shock and pr
1:;t. 01Pila•gia t! ' SiC .. --
Large sixes of Single and Double Strength
Glass Deported expressly for HOUSE AND
STORE FRONTS. The Superior Quality of
French Ohm over all other kinds In CLEAR
_STRAIGIITNE9B, BRILLIANCY AND
STREW) IL ly admitted. and the Trifling
IMIC er Atnerican is of NO AC-
Its betty,' 4 3 1: -
erj respect. .
A liberal discount xti
tho trade. ' ~ • . 8 31
- AMERICAN GLASS.
We have alma locket American Glass
ofAteenath, ohletvwe are
both .In Jobbing I
parcels to suit lowers?
• • - ' ....:4:0 • I
' I Mitts, .oils,. 'Varnishes, '...te.
n th is dipartment we keep' well mill - 4;1
T w o taltritowt relaiket,
quell '1 articles ii- not' eacelled,
and we are selling at lowest market rates. .
Wood" iikai Die Stall.'
Altft ,tnelft: l gi e rna
are otrarla Indaostaenui 0.4 1 to
71 1 1 4 •
Oar Stock of c hemicals . Patent Midi.
etas, fetitmerteVrallst Ankles. sod Mleeel
lemmas Goode ls aztenstre,having Roan Icser
experleses het tu spht wits IMM tam W ma
melte/ma d Ipso Analog the
Meek et the In Western Pesa's.. whic h
Ire are selling st close Awes either in whole
or beolutn packages. lealt4et.
sows num. A. R. GMAT.
CLIDIEND & GMAT.
Manufactures* and Whoissabs Dealers In Cal
cined. Land and Mask Maar; also of Done
Dust and Guano. Agents for th e oed&son
Ouraut. Ofitoe corner of Nkrienth and Trench
streeta. Ms. Pa. Mult-tris
tocite Itritto.'o boutle Column.
G4E41.T.,: t P 4 TIC;
Fearfyl Bre,a,kdown.in the Prices of. Dry
Goods the past Ten Days.
No. 6 Noble Mock, Erie,
Wish to notify the public that they hsve bought an immense quantity of FIRST CLAM pry Goods VERY CHEAP slum the recent BREAllaDollir-N In the Eaatstil alarkllA_Witi are nowolrer"
lag them stasetillower prices Holt sagy Datil illetik Our busimpip Wean. =now on the
.•; . _ .
- 4Cl i*
- . -
Prices alike to all, whether Judges or not.
Every article is warranted as represented, or money refunded.
Read the following prices carefully and Judge for yourselves
, - ,• . .
Naiew Brown itnllkis ...... 8 cents.' The very best Prints made for 0n1y...., 131 eta
• " -. " ..• " • ...---4.....-.. ...... 10 " cases heavy Gingbarns, only
" Yard It de a n 4 4 7:ne .4. 121.4 " , Heavy Cotton Flannels.-- -- .2) "
r " "r! heavy...., ,. 1 . 2 , ,4 " ! Five cases Cotton and Wool Flannels.
" .141nehaaji 11,11 '1m5.e......." _ 15 "I , hall'lrice
CadorrEleachediftrall a _AO " 1 Heavy 1 Wide Shake7 - Flannel ..r,
" Yard wide ... . . ....... Jai ", ; Plaid 8 rtlng Flannels. . ..ro "
" a nd . ane-......:. 15 " : All-Wool Grey Flannels Z "
" Print& - 8 ":. . •: • :: . • . .
.! inn UD, BLUE Ale BRET 114401111116:XgerrN1/112 R I ME. -
Niidqrfrimiel4.of every width sad nonlity,tllo.l( CIRCA P'. -, tiliowiwall.wool iffirtlng flan
Three hundred 'pieces all-Wool Cana!mares at 50, tt2%, .75, NO, w centa and lIA Throe C'asal
rueres are yEEFIL - CfgtZ,_ -
Heavy Beavers for Over Coate, MUCH UNDER PRICE,
,WE DErif' COACPETZTION.
' 4 ilve hundred White Bed Hp reads from $1.75 to $350 each. These goods are haft' price.
DRESS GOODS! DRtSS GOODS !
BLACK ALPACCAR, S ctN., 40 ctm., 4i cta., 511 eta., tt.!'i eta., awl 75 cts.
90L911,FD .7414ACCA1431 1 / 2 ete.45et5.5041. s, god InA eta
ELPACIII.I4, ets, 02!kits, 7a4g, cta•
Three Hundred pieces English Merinos, eight yaws for only 13.00
One hundred pieces Cashmere Pickle, worth 50 cents, for 25 cents,
Seventy-rive pieces English Berge Dress Goods, 25 eenta,
Two hundred pieces all.wool French Sled nos, 75 cte, 87% cta, and 91.00
The above Dress Good* were purehaaed at the late New York anetioara at *boat WM-RALF the
wall price. They are all trarnatata perteet sad Roods.
IPhie - 11briefed' pair White ilasiir . 43 ' t, dtiod iit;a — fity,; - $3.00 and $3.00 per Pair.
SIT • ; t. ; • .A ;of .
CLOAKINGS, CLOAKINGS, CLOAKINGS.
ruclOrairs very Low Mew.
ectinolsOiry earkt . Itig, .50 4C621 Cts.
The abtrre are only a few of the many bargains we have. Our stock la full end complete 'Po
every department. Should any one after reading this advertisement have doubts In regard to
the cheapness of our goods, let them call with this advertisement and Judge for themselves.
A great many of these goods are cheaper than they have been fur thy past ten years.
Remember the place, the only ONE PRICE DRY_ ,Gllo.l.lStaTtAtEln ..la,-arbere all goods at
all - - - - -
~ V. N LESALE PRICES !
TAEICIKE gic CO., Prop"rs,
Oritntal tea . Companp's Double €1:1
BY THE SINGLE POUND, AT CARGO PRICES.
A Saving of O'ne-Half to One-Third I
:+ C •
t 4 uot. a L.l 3 ' • -
e Great Tea Cozapguly of Bosto n,
Win& Is the idt . eiest in ibe World,
Would reepectfully Inform the citizens of Erie and sarroanclUtg country, that they
. have leased the Bore,
No. 5 NOBLE BLOCK, ERIE, PA.,
And have fitted it up in (Mental style and are 'now prepared to Inhibit' every one with prime
Teas and Coffee s , at thrso Prices. Our store la Erie Will be anoint aa the
WESTERN ORIENTAL TEA: COMANY
It is generally understood that Tea Is repdleCtor,alahgasadvance on Its original oint, that
•y 0 r of boutehold stores, which r
Ifl for by
1aR."5"1/111BER Alen JILMOIINT CIE PUOYITS' which accumu
late.", wee, Meteation lttintn, and the consumers here. Including the
American tionannalen House there• - the Impurter,. the Banker who furnishes the exchan
the middle men or speculators: Abe'. Wholnede , grocer, and the retailer. Each of these make
Mand many of them enormous proilts, troth which it is evident that the consumer is corn.
to pay many times the original ens' fora pure article, or forced to inie en adulterated ur
It Is with a vi ew to remedy this evil that our gigantic enterprise was formed over a year ago
which has been a perfect sumacs and we hAreyentind lut to ti rets a BinswAsslaiss *Mere may
"r ee ate ouiv i ri v it e Mt4f4e4=sk wia,
, 1 -litgoend Tratit which •
• • 2 -•
EVory Mill y • ta Paste and Everybody ew Puree. .
Experience shows that the best are far the cheapest on account of their great strength and
flavor. The duty on a pounded opal mat Is no roars than on an Inferior our. In order hg our
caNtamers will please note the annexed
crrz - i — N,gbonir , idirdcr_.
Ooou to Choice#4oo764:'
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Stasifah Breakfast, (Blaak.)
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VC " ever so as that w , ripens nutiarally. The
payers of Tea Compandily understand Ms, and examine nearly every cargo
of coffee impiorito this United, ' a/lid Seiectmay the full grown._ nediened, for them.
All the Conree try thle Company' is DARTED AND GROUND DAILY, by themselves, Mae ,
ring its absolute purity and freshness, which they guarantee. The Company are roasting all
their coffee on a new principle, which renders urea perticalarlY , Winet, all Oddity being removed'
by their process of cooking, enabling persons-now to Imior corpse who ewe been etotiged to dia.
codUnne its use. .
The Company are doing an immense business in the!" Orlfflie bb meat. and selling more
PURE COPPEEri than any other house in the country. am 1$ Wmmi in making up their
orders, the following Descriptive List is offered by thoctuammy with no littki pride, as ,erabra
eln‘the largest and meet carefully selected assortMent of I.4 almen mirtgqpia•4l4 this country.
LIST OF COFFEES A!D:SCALE OP ?EWES.
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HAND PICKED OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE
Warranted the richest knit:std. strongest and bat Ijothe la the wand, of IMO' vs have the
only lot in the LWOW Mater.
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As a trustier of coarenienee to otir distance eastomers we are arranging with suitable persons
ta all parts of the country west of New York State, to set as our sprats sad distribute OUT
Main. locality. at oar warehouse prke, thereby melee the freight from itoeloa. •We woulgt
to florrespoad with any gentleman or lady wko would like to act as oar agents la getting YIP
elute,. A. Aar commisakm allowed agents. Direct MI orders and consamakatioasto , s . .
Fifty pieces Cashmere Plaids (or 30 cents.
Thirty pieces heavy Mohair Plaids, 30 cents.
Flrty pieces Empress Cloths, 75 eta, ON eta, and 81.90.
Nos. 8 and 7 NOB= BLOCS, BMX
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Finest Flavor. full strength...ray highly
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Vince flavor. Moil etrength r'..ry highly
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