The Erie observer. (Erie, Pa.) 1859-1895, February 11, 1869, Image 1
Etic trifiterttg Vbserbrt. - - . t. , \ orrics is ROSENZWEIG' BLOCK , (OP &TALM ) N. W. CORNER STA ST. AND PARR. ---- Single eopleq, paid svaa"Ti. 'ln Avarice $2 CO itnot paid in advance, ..... —........- ... -. . . . -- 2 5D city Stbseribers.served by carriers, .Fl . ttyCents additional. rwo copies to the same person-- 400 Five copies sent to one aL1dre55,_......._........10 00 Ten eopleS, Clubs rates apply only to those who pay In ad Va nee. .4, ADYERTISING RATES. The following are ouradvertising rates which will he strictly adhered tn. In reckoning the length of advertisements, an inch - considered a square. Anything leas than an inch is rated as a Mu square: 4 e. 114 c.' 1 c. sac week. Loa: .I,';a : 2.25, 2.75 1 6.001 7.001 12,00 Two Weeks.....:. 1.50 2,501 4.00, 7.00,L2.00 20,00 Three weeks..., 2.00, 3.50 4.00. 5.001 8.50,15.00; 25.00 • Four weeks....,' 2.50 3.M. 4.5)j G.OO 10.0018.430 1 MOO Two months... l 3.75 5.501 7.00 5.50:10.00;5.00,45,0 Three months.' 5.0 8.0010X12.00.23.0050.00 1 60.09 six months_..., 8.00 LL001.4.40,31.00 30.00.53.001 6.5.90 One year... 12.00%11.00,a00 35.f6.50.00,90.00,150.00 _ Etecutone and Administrators' Notices ti each; Auditors' and F-stray Notices $2 each; •Special" Notices, set in Leaded Nonpariel. and Inserted before .Marringes and Deaths ,_ 25 per cent. in addition to regular rates Local Notices, furnished by theparties,ls cts. per line of Eight words, for first insertion, 1:2 cents per line for sec ond, and ten cents for each subsequent inset. lion ; FAiltorial Notices 25 cents per line Mar riages 50 cents ; Deaths 25 cents each. Adver tisements inserted every other week, two-thirds full rates. Persons handing in advertisements should state the period they wish them pub ; otherwise they will be continued until ordered out, at the expense of the advertisers, All communications should be addressed to Editor and PrOprietor, Itisertioris,lwl.l2t , '4 , - - 3310ittt55 L3irectorp. WHOLESALE GROCERS - - I hughey, Burgess & Walker, 2.5 and 26 N. Park. Johnston & Brevelller, 513 French st. P. A. Becker & Co„ .311 French qt. BOOTS AND SROES, 1.. 11. (lark, 14 Park Row. Englehart &Co.. 39 North Park. George Zorn 82.1 State street. P. Pfeffer, 816 State st. Gockentdehl & Sehlaudeeker, 1311 Peach st M. Doll 6: *on, IM.I State st. Henry Gress, OM French st, Jacob Liebe!, 1117 Parade st. 1100 K STORES. Caughey & McCreary, North Park. BOOKSELLERS AND NEWS AGENTS Wm. 1. Sell .t Co. , 7U5 State Street, Lockhart & Pettit, 1301 Peach at, May & Brother, 7 State st. FLOLIR it FEED. 11. B. Ilavendlek, Park Row. Croheh & Ben., 519 French st. MUSIC STORES. • Sr. Win. Willing, SS State it. SEWING MACHINE, AGENCIES, Wheeler dr Wilson, 5 Reed Rouse. 1I o e Sewing Aitichltio, 817 State st, cnocK.E.Rx Wm. H. Glenny, 12 Park Itow, ' WATCHEES k JEWELRY. T. M. Anstln, 29 North Park. .lart-A1 Bros., zios State st. opp,.. Brown's Hotel Ftrolmand EN - emirs, 9 East Sevimtb, st. , WATCHES k REPAI RI Nti. NO:. Parkinson, No. 13 North Park Row, HATS AND CAPS. • J. H. Smith. SZI French st. CONFECTIONERY. Adams, Na 20 North Park Row. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. . Hall t Warfel. 630 State St. J B. Carver S Co., 21 North Park. H. 11. Stafford, 1317 Peach 61, Just above Depot Wzn. Nick & Sons, 792 State street. Dr. s.•lnekinson et. Son. ill State street. • DRY GOODS. Edson, Churchill k Cri., 3 Noble Block. .1. F. Walther, 801 State st. DRY GOODS AND CARPETS Warner Bros., 506 State st. GROCERIES.. Barton & Griffith, 13.31 Pencil st. ' F. J. Rexford k C0..1.121 Henri Beckman, 504 State st. . A. Mamie', Corner Bth and State st. F .Schlaudocker, fat State st, H V: Clans, 'l3 East Fifth st, P. Schaaf: 704 State st. Hanlon & Bro.. 803 French st. Colton & Kendtg, 712 State st. Masmer 3 setter, cor. Parade & Band° sts. Frederick Cooper, 1240 State st. French & Mcl.night,s2l French- st., J. Dretsigaker, corner of 4th & Myrtle st. M. Knew & Son, [027 Parade et. A. Kurth+, 1118 Parade St, V. Schultz, Schultz's New Block, WOral Hill Evans & Brown, I=s Peach st. Henry Neubauer, French St. near the Park, BAKERIES. N. Preuss, 420 State st. Wm. 3. Sands & Co., corner State and 3d sts CLOTHING STORES.. John Genshelmer et Son, =State st. F. Wagner, V2ti State st. !ones t Lytte, 10 North Park. John IL 'Justice, 111 Slate at.. Baker. Ostbettner tic. Co., 5413 State st. 'lsaac Rosenzweig, 114 State ..41. TOBACCO AND CIOATI.4 E. 11.. Welshman. 131 i Peach st. , e..ltenk, 703 state. et. 31. Ni 7, Mehl, 517 French et: H..l*. Sterner, 901 State at. HARDWARE. Boyer S FUPSI3, State St. between 12th 4: Depot Judson at Wilder, 'Waterford. STOVES AND TINWAktE. Hubbard Bros., 701 State st. Barraohnson & Co.. 1013 and 102 J State at. Peter Sakai ter.lol2 Parade's t. • Patterson & Avery, .127 French at. Tibbals. Shirk & Whitehead, 12th & Sassafras. u. Mayer 48072,12 M State St. , FURNITURE: WAREROONIS. I. Rlblet & Co.. 111 State at. • Starlt & Franz, 1122 State .t. .1. W. .Ayers, 715 State st.; LUMBER 31Pli'HANTS Brawley 4 Ball. State ct., hear depot • MILLINERY 6: STRAW GOODS A. Sauth Park. A. P. Ginn:tore, 70ii State st. BRASS FOUNDRIES, 1 Isrecki & .Metz, 119 l State st, H. Jareckt & Co., R.) East 9th stn , et. MACHINISTS, FOUNDERS AND BOILER MAKERS. I'zle City Iron Works, cor. 12th and State st.s. • PLANING MILLS. Jas. P. Crook & eon. oor.-Ith and Peneh st Jacob Matz. 1214 Pear,h st. COFFEE & SPICE MILLs. J. W. Brtgden, 2211 Peach st. EATING SALOON; John Baccus, 611 Fiench st. i IRON FENCE WORKS !oho Gorr, 1212 State st. - WOOD TURNING snor. P. J. Roth, I:ls6.ittato st. ' • i COAL DEALE.R.i. Bltstriart d: Co., cor. 12th & Peach Fits: Burton Bros. &Co., (Wholesale) 15 Park Row E. W. Itecd S Co., cor. 6th dr. Myrtle stx. PLUMBING WORKS. ieo. L. Hi ahard,lLleensect) ear. State & sth ats BOOR ETNTDER.S. • E. M. Cole & Son, Keystone Rank Stock. MARBLE WORKS. . E. R. Pelkua &Son, first door bet_ Custotn 'How( Flt Leonhard, Ninth at. bet, State & Peoelt sts. 0 * CUTLERY & RtE.klit GRINDING. Mcershielder,l27.6 Turnpike At. Arerlos & COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Frank Winch°ll & Co., 824 state Ft. o. W. Ellsey, American Block Park Row. BUSilltso PAtire.g. • HENRY M. RIBLET, Itt6rney at Law, Peach street, above Union 'spot, ErN", , Pa. - ' no7V. • I:ORGE IL CUTLER, Attoraey -at Law, Girard, Erte (aunty, Pa. collections and other business attended to with rrernptriees and dispatch. , Y. M COLE SON. hook Bitate - rs and Blank Book Mannftcturera, NeSEtone National Bonk. jy11.67-tt. ELLIOTT, Stste Street, oppos i to Brown's . natAl.g.ne P. Office hours from A. NI. to " 3L, analfrom 1 tO 5 P. M. 0e15'67-tl. sAI:Tsm4N t co., . - \Wholesale and:Retail Dealers In Anthracite, Illturninoukand.lllaeksznlth Coal. Ocoee corner Peach antilgth streets, Erie, Pa. I. B. swik.m3alq. • 1.801.11-tf.l u. J.SALIILVAN. ‘V.: E. 3fAGILL, . - • Dentist 0117colin.rtosentwelg's Block, north side of the Park, Erle,, & co ' Auction an'd CV)muills.slon Merchant., and Real Kutate Agents, 8:32 gjate street (cornet? tituth,) / Erie; Pa. Advances made on coludgnment.. (bunny Vendnes - a'tte acted to in any part of the county. FRANK WI:IC(1644: . JOHN FI.EII tP.TV. eeta.riet-ly. . .•i; ' .i 9 ? ___..,___ --z---,- , ,-. - per ' Ta'kir and Clothivi elpaper, t7olon Block, above lir. Ilennett's offi c e. 13.)tlieg !mule, clean ea and,repalred on tiliort, ootliN.. Terms AS rea ', • ' sobable a.. ith.i'. . roa2, • EAGLE HcrrEL, „• ' Opposite t'n ion DepoiiVirld,,'Jas. Parop ben, proprietor. ' Ifouse open at till hours. The bar amt table always supplied with the choicest that t lie markets afford. • • • rebffroti-ly. GED. C. BENNETT, Physidan, and F}urgeon. (Mice, East Park St., over If averstlek'sllour store —boards at, the res idence of Wm. P. Dllhon WeSESI tk street, 2d .door from Sassafras. Office hours (fora 11 a. m. v pntil 2 p , m. - • janß67.tf K. lI4LLOCE, ~; A 11: Erie, Pa. . Xtead4lllo, Pa. nALLocK Attorneys at Law and li.sdlleitors of Patents, No. 29 North, Pa& Place, Erie, Pa. Persons de . siring willbtain Letters Patent f their iroien nom please call Or athiress as above. Fees rmsonable. Territory sold for patfratees. Spa ...lw attention given t(scollectibas. my7-Iy. , - F. W. KOEFILM, , , , Jaktlee of the Peace Peach street, edx doors south of Buffalo.st feet, South Erre. _ myll ~.., • R. Fl.,St.Frelier.tt. SELPEN,3I.A.TIVI..N. spencer & ;ilaryjn, Attorne y s and Counsellors llt Lim, O ifi ee Paragon Bloc near North West cornet at the public griunre, ale, Ps. •v: DealPr la all kladi of Family' Groceries and Pmvislanti,StoriolVare-,&c,tand wholesale deal er In Wiael.Liquors, Clgars,lottacco, PAiit 'Fifth 'street; Lite, • Jarm-u• • - 4 . • lloturepathte P4Klei atAntPfiunteon. "t)MeO It.esitlandeW.3 Peach to the Park (atteelloura from 10 to 12 a tn. Ptosl). tb 8 p. 713. yyys• 4011,17 r,MrI•I•AR, Englneereyor. Residence ear- It r net S etteet. 0 . 33.1 venue, Enet Erie: = • • NA:TKINAT. HOTEL.. t _ Comm. Peach `and Buffo'oats; John .B.yle, roprfetor. Beat of ACCOMITIOdatIons for people from the cou ty. ntry. (ioo d stable attached. fcb2rpt- CCM 35q. , 414q GROCER! IHAVE ON 11.‘ ND a sploftilict stock of faro caries, consi.stlng of TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS, Wooden ot Willow Ware, PORK, FLOUR AND PROVISIONS Making the most complete alisort went of goods kept hp any Cirocier in the place, WATER LIME. Ife:ulquarters for Clover and Timothy Seed. oct22-Gm lIE).Z.RY BECKMAN. =I _ Whotestae and RPtilii GROCERY AND PROVISION ; STORE, 4 ~F. -SCHLAUDECEMR, successor to F. & M. Selllaudeeltet; is now re ceiving n splendid assortment of Liquors, Willow, Wooden and Stone Ware Fruits. Nuts, &e, A large stoek TOBACCO AN,D CIGARS, ('afl and seene, at the Grocery Headquarters, tuyO'b7-tt Wholesale and Retail (grocery Store. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .GROCERS, North-East Corner Park and French St., (cmE.4.psznEd Would respectfully e2ll the attention of the corn • ruunity to their, large stock at Grroceriei4 and Pi•ovitiiionts, THE VERY LOWEST PO SIIILE PRICES t Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Syrups, TOBACCOS, FISH, 4.4C',, Is not surpassed In the . elty.as they are prepared to prove to all who solve them, a eaIL! • They also keep on panda eraperlor lot of PURE LIQkORS, for the wholesale trade; to which they direct the attention of the public' Their motto Is, "quick sales, small profits and a full equivalent for themoney." WV.I3 - F.ll, & CO.: Dr.ALNII.9 IN COuntry Produce, Groceries, 'Provisions, Tobacco, (rockery Ware, Fruits. Nuts, &c., West Ride, between Bth and 9th Streets, Erie, Pa. Cash paid for country produce. F. A. WF.'BElt. my2l-tf. W. ERIlAkr. .1110NEY SAVED ! IN T E ARE CONSTANTLY purchasing fat ,an.lewfurantonmar &eta, all kinds of • . DWI AND FANCY GOODS, SILKS, COTTONS, BOOTS AND SkIOFIS, WATCH KS, SEWING SLACIIIN ES CUTLERY, DBMS GOODS, ' • DO3IEIIIIO GOODS, &e. &c., which we are actually selling at an average W,_ a gg o s f tBC i tt ?Al lctrmfo h r r:Poirrttiracla . .. o .ultlllr ger-than that of any similar COLICPM. enables us to give better bargains than can be obtained I of any other house. Tillil LADIES Are-specially invited to give us a trial. Send s for a Circular and Exchange List. iOur club system of, belling is as follows: For $2 wo send 20 patent pen fountains and checks i, describing Ii different articles to be sold fora dollar each; 4O for $4; (J for $01; 1(0 for 010, etc. Sent by mall. Commissions larger than those offered by any other firm, according to size of i club. Single fountain and check, 10 chg. Send money in registered letters. , Send us a trial club, and yon will acknowledge that yen cannot , afford to buy goods of any other house thezda t ier. EASTMAN ez KEN'DALL, . novl9-3iff 65 nano N er :-.1... Boston. 31//SR: New Store;Walther's Block. Tug suoscrloer would call the attention of the to his splendid stock of Spring and Summer Dry Goods, Just received and offered at UNPRECEDENTLY LOW PRICES I have a large assortment of Dome.ties, Prints, Dress Goods, bought at low prices and consequently can nen them very low. tall and examine my stock. Goods shown with pleasure. J. F. WALTHER, my7-tf. SOS state St... HARDWARE ! 11301C.E.11. Rt PIUE.SS, Wholesale and Retail Dealers • in all kinds of SHELF AND HEAVY AMERICAN & FOREIGN HARDWARE, Anvils, Bellows, Nails, Spikes, . Leather and Rubber , Belting, ' Machine Packing, Cutler ii Saws, Piles, &c. Also, a general aggortment of Iron, Steel and Carriage Hardware. tri•f•store at the old stand of Mr. J. V. BOY ER "east side of State street, a few doors north ot the Depot. ' • ROYER & MESS* 0. NOB LE. L. B. LULL : ItA.V . STATE TircAortli - - W OIEURL - S. NOBLE & HALL, FOUNDERS, Machinists & Boiler Makers, Manufacturers of Stationery, lklarine and Portable ,-ENGINES. OF ALL SIZES. Aho, IthILEKS, STILLS, TANKS, STEAM PUMPS, MILL WORK, IC., &C. ' Jobbing solicited at reduced prices. AU work warrun tett. Our motto, Is C outer F.. 4 in n he suited. Ali- Works corner of Peaeli and Third Streets, Erie. Pa. QOBIETHING :JEW AND IJSEFITL.—A New ).71 . Era In IthtslC. Popular Music at Popular Prices, "Hitclicock'sllall-Dlme Series othlusie for the Million." No. I now retudy-;Musio and words of the Montle Song,"CAPT.'JXNKII OH 7$E Honag MAnINE.S." Others to follow, rapidly. Price .5 cent& each. Your newsdealer has It or will get it for you; Mailed 'on receipt of price. Address 'DENS. W. InTellefleK, Publisher, Mt spring St.4.Now York. JanT-iw . _ ...... _ - . , . .. . . _ , __. , .•._____ _ . E .: . .., 4441 . .. i . . ~ A . . 8. 1 . . R . F .., U I=l 3 vor;. •-() • (atomism, Probuct, .tuft,, &c. HENRY BECKMAN, Wholesale and Retail 301 State Street, Erie, Pa. illneternccht's Old Stilnd. Of all kinds, SIM' CHANDLERY. ef.:C., I aro also agent for RANNEI'S CELEBRATED AKRON CHEAP G6QPS WING AND IfiQUCSN, GROCERIFN, PROVISIONS, WINES Atnerican Block, State St., Erie, Pa F. SCIILAUDECKER P. A. BECKER, & CO., Which they are desirous to sell at Their asgortment Of NVINEN, LIQUORS, SEGARS, No. 81.4;t3tuto ISt-root, Cirp Goats NO. SOS STATE STEEXT eb ital. 1100FLAND'S GERMA'N lIITMILSO AZgO Hoofland's German Tonic, The great Remedies for all Dlscases of the Liver, Stomach or Dlgehtivo I avails. • lI9OFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS Is composed of the puie - Juices (or, ea they are medicinally termed,litractin of Boots, Herbs n Barks, Tr making a prepara tion highly concrn- trated and entirely free (rem alcoholic admixture of any kind. nooltand's German Tonle Is a combination of all the Ingredients 01 the linters, with the purest quality of Santa Cruz item, Orange, etc., making one of the most pleasant and agreeable remedies ever offered to the public. Those preferring a Medicine, tree from Alco holic admixture, will use FIOOFLAND'iS GERMAN BITTERS Those who have no objection to • the combina tion of the }litters as stated, will use Af 11.00FLANIVS GERMAN TONIC They are both equally good, and contain the same medicinal virtues,•the choice between the two tieing a mere matter of taste, the Tonic be ing the most palatable. , The stomach, from a variety of muscat, such as Indigestion, Dys- peria, Nervous etc., is very 0 'RD to have its func tions deranged. The Liver,sympathizing as closely as It does .with the Stomach, then becomes affected, the result of %Odell is that the pat lent suffers from several or more of the following diseases: Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Piles, Full nat:s of Blood to the Head Acidity of the Stom ach, Nausea; Heartburn, D'sgust for Food,Foll ness or Weight- In the Stomach. Sour Eructa tions, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried or Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating sensations when in a lying posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Dull Pain In the Head, Den eienev of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes,"Pain in the side, Back, Chest, etc.,H Sudden Flushes of eat, Burning of the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil and (treat Depression" of Spirits. The sufferer from these direnses should exer• else the greatest caution in the selection of a reraedy for his case, pit relies ng only this which he is as- fl sum' (ruin his in vet tigations rind In. Vl qatri es posseuist true merit, is . folly corn pounded is free from injurious ingredients and has estab lished for itself a reputation cur the cure of these diseases. in this csuineetion. we would submit these well-known remedies— ICJICIPVII.AN 110'1.4 GERMAN BITTERS, DM IfICACIV'I.A.PiTD•B GERMAN TONIC, Prepared lly DR. C. M. JACKSON, Philadelphia, Pa Twenty-two years since they were first Intro due&l into this country from Germany, during which time they have undoubtedly performed more cures, and benctltted suffering humanity to a greater extent, than any other remedies known to the public. These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Citron le or Nervous 10 Chronic Dlarzhcea, Diseases of the - neys andall diseas es arising from a dis- ordered Liver, Stomach, or Intestines. ' • DEBILITI , Restntlng trtan any catyse whatever; ?rostra- lion or the Bystem, Induced by Severe Labor, Hardahlixt, Exposure, Fevers; Etc. There Is no medicine extant equal to these remedies in such cases. A tone and vigor is im parted to the whole system, the appetite is strengthened, food is enjoyed, the stomach di gests promtly, the blood la punned, the com-.. plexion becomes sound and healthy, the yellow tinge is - eradicated from the eyes, a bloom' s given to the cheeks, and the weak and nervous invalid becomes a strong and healthy being. Persons advanced in life, and feeling the hand of time weighing heavily upon them, with all its attendant Ills, will find In the. use of this BITTERS, or the TONIC, an elixir that will in stil new Ltfeinto their veins, restore In a meas ure the energy and ardor of more youthful 4= 5 , build up their shrunken forms and give health and happiness to their remaining years. Ncrricil. It Is a well established fact that. fully one-halt of the female portion of our population are seldom In the en-T joy ment of good health; or, to use jj their own expres sion, "never te e t well." They are lan guid, devoid of all enemy, extremely nervous, and have no appetite. - To this class of persons the BITTERS, or the TONIC, Is especially recommended. Weak and delicate children are made strong by-the use of tither of these remedies. They will cure every case of MARABBIUS, without fall. Thousands of certificates have accumula ted in the bands of the proprietor, but. space will allow of but few. These, it will be observed, are men of note and of such standing that they must be believed. T . T7.S"TI3ItIoNI.A.I,gS g HON. GEORGE W. WOODWARD, TA-Chief Justice of the Supreme Court 0 Pennsylvania, writles; PHILADELPHIA, March 16, 167. "I find lioofiaturs German Litters Is a good tonic, useful In diseases of the di geative organs, and _Li of great benefit In cases of dehility.and want of nervous ac tion in the system. Yours truly, GEO. W. Ni GODWARD." HON. JAMES THOMPSON, Judge of the Supreme CouV. of Pennsylvania: PITILADELPUIA, April "I consider Iloofland'sGerman Bitters a valu able medicine in case of attacks of Indigestion or Dyspepsia. I can certify this from my expe rience. Yours with respect. JAM ITIOSiPSON." FROM REV. JOS. H. KENNARD; D. D., Pastor of the Tenth _Baptist Church. Phila. DR. JACNSon—Dear Sir:—l have frequently been requested to connect my name with rec ommendations of different kinds of medicines., but regarding the practice as nut of my appro priate sphere, I have to all cases declined; but with a clear proof in varioustances, and particularly in N my own family, of the usefulness of 'Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters, I depart for once from my usual course to express my full conviction that for General Debility of the System, and especially for Liver Complaint, it is a safe and valuable preparation. In some easel it may fall; but, usually, I doubt not, it will be very beneficial to those who suffer from the above cause, -• Yours very respectfully. ' J. H. ICENARD, Eighth, below Coates, SL FROM REV. E. D. FENDALL, Assistant Editor Christian Chronicle. Philad'a. have derived decided benefit from the use of 1 . -16ods.nd's German Bittera, and feel it my priv ilege to recommend theta as a most valuable tonic to all who are suffering from General De bility or trout diseases arising from derange ment of the Liver: Yours truly, E. D. FENDA.LL. CAUTION. Normand's German Remediesare counterfeit ed. See that the Slg- nature of O. M. JACKSON la on the 1 - % - wrapper of each bot tle. All others are 11 counterfeit. Princi pal office and mann- factory at the Ger- Medicine Stare, No. 631 Arch street, Phila. del Pa. CHAS. M. EVANS; Proprietor. Formerly C, H. JACKSON dr. CO. PRICES. zwelir . cierEaan Bitters, per bottiL, t g o , Hooliand's Gettain Tonle, inane quirikbot. des, ill 50 per bottle, or a half doyen for $7 air Do not foiget to examine well the article you boy, in order toget the sonnies. ERIE, PA., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 11, 1869. iiiiecellancous. ERIE CITY IRON WORKS, I:UII•:, VA., BLANUFACTUttEtittW, The Bradley Engine! A New Compound or Double Cylinder Engine, UL+lEfd TILE 13T]3 &M TWICE; And Is Warranted to give FIFTY TO ONE HUNDRED FEU CENT. More power than a Single tinder Engine using the same amount of steam. STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS I OF ALL STYLES OIL STILLS AND TANKS! Of all Descriptions CIRCULAR, SAWMILLS ' READ BLOCKS. dcl2-tr, FRANK WINCHELL & CO., AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, • No. 824 State Street. Household Furniture and all kinds of Goals, 'Wares and Merchandise, bought and sold and received on consignment, ' , Sales at private resideneen attended to in any part of the city. Sale of Household Faintlure, carpets, Queens 'ware, Horses, Wagons, and all kinds of goods on WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS, AT 934 o'cr.ocir, A. V A large consignment of Queetuntare. Glass ware, Bohemian and China ValiPS now on hand, will be closed out regordlees of crxst at private sale. ISI• • Vendnes attended to lit any part of the county. np9-tf. Tollworthy & Love, 1290 PEAeII Have adopted a new and,' m of doing bud near and would respectfully call the attention of their customers to the fact that they are now selling goods for CASH, OR READY PAY We believe that we can do our customers Jus tice by so doing and would ask them to call and see our splendid stock of gmcerMq,consisting of Teas, Clt)irees, Comprising everything In a well kept grocery store. We also have the best quality of ERIE COUNTY FLOUR Aixo FEED In unlimited quantities. Give WI a call. TOLLWORTRY & LOVE, 1130 Peach St., opposite National Hotel. tnyl2-tt. C. IgNGLEHAIST a CO.. DEALETC4 IN BOOTS AND SHOES, Keep always op hand all syles of LADIES' MISSEW AND CHILDREN'S Prenella, Kid, Goat as! Pebble Goat lieed, Button and Congress 13 ®® F S , Of the finest quality, which will be warranted for durability, an well rut to fit , which we will sell as Low 1L the Lowefist. Weals° tuake to order. Repatringearefally a.t.touded to. C. E. & CO. BLANK BOOKS! Cangitey, McCreary k Moorhead, • WILL SELL ISLAMIC BOOKS. . • of every -description, . • BOQRS,` ENVELOPES- AND PAPER, 144:1:43,4 - 4:1 Than nny house in this (qtr. Alio, SCHOOL BOOKS, At Wholesale, as cheap as any Jobbing bowie En (ht. country. 13I111..F.:S: The Depository of the Bible Soelety, at CAUGHEY-, 31`CREARY & MOORHEAD'S my 1-tf. BANK NOTICE. Keystone National Bank, VF ERI E. CAPITAL • $250,000. DIRECTORS; Seidel/ Marvin, John W. Hall ; Elihn Marvin, Beater Town. 0. Noble. ORANGE NOBLE, Prest. JNO. J. TOWN, esub. The above bank is now doing business in Its new bulldhlg. CORNER OF STATE AND EIGHTH STS. Ratlsfuctory• paper discounted. Money re. celved on deposit. Collection* made and pro. ceeds accounted for with-promptness. Drafts, Specie and Bank Notes bought and sold. A share of public patronage solicited. . TO THE PUBLIC. There is no use sending to New York FOR YOUR TEAS! No use going to the refineries to buy - REFINE? ! No use going to soap factories to buy SOA.P: No use to pay big 'prices for any onywur Groceries and - Provisions! While there is a , LIVE CASH STORE, on the corner of: Bth and State Stereetm. Try the Cash Store. spl6-tf.ADM* MINNIG. AREAIts Wanted. - port THE ue;RICAN 'AGAR-ROOK .&3D .j . NATIONAL REGISTER. for IBM Astaan-• mica!, Historical, Political; Conunerelai, Agri cultural, Educational. Religious. This mosaic. contains a rest fund of late and valuable-100r motion respecting the United Rtatea fleet Foreign Countries, including avery departtnensO of the General and State Govern rnontaoshiolh all elfuwee of busting.. and profeealonat mem will find Invaluable for daily reference._ Ad dream O. O. VASE 4 GO.. Publisherk inn2l.4w- Hartford, Goons._ Which And Sugars, Spices, &c., Orb) labbnitstinents. ERIE RAILWAY. Groat Broad OattgeDotibleTntok nontoto NEW IrOIRAC, BOSTON. and the - Nei' gaglittP/ This Railway extends from Dunkirk th New York, 400 tulles. BMWs) to New York, 4M m Salamanca to New York 415 miles. And is from to Ti MILES THE SHORTEI3T ROUTE. All DMus run directly through to New York, 460 without change of coaches. From and after Nov.old- , 190 a, trains Will leave, In connection with - all the Western Lines, as follows: From DtTNRIRK and SALAMANCA —by New York Unin--from Union Depots: Scat A. M. New York Day Express, from Sala manca, (Sundays excepted). Stops at Hor nellsvillo, 9.15 A. ISL, (Bittt.,) intersecting with the 5.25 A. M., Day Express from Buf falo, stopping and connecting as below. ern sting in New York 10:40, P. M -7:30 A. N. Express Mall, from -. Dunkirk dilly (except Sundays). Stops at Salamanca at 10:03 and connects at Hornellsville and Corning with the 7.30 A.M. Express Mall frond -Buffalo and arrives in New York at 7.40 A.M. 3:2.5 P. M., Lightning Express, from Salamanca daily (except Sundays). stops at Hornells vile Ctit T'. M.. (Supper), intersecting with the 2.50 P. M. train from Buffalo, stopping and connecting as below, arriving In New York at 7.40 A. M. &SO P. M. New York Night Express, from Dun kirk daily (except Sundays). Stops at Sala manca at 7:40 P.M.; Olean 8.15 P. M. (Sup.,) Turner's 11.08 A. 3L, (Skit ), and arrives New York at 1:40 P. M. _ Connects at New York with afternoon trains and steamers for Boston and New England Cities. From Buffalo—by New York time—from Depot I corner Exchange and Michigan Sts.: • 5:21 A. Ef., New York. Day Express, daily (except Sundays). Stops at Hornelhiville 9.10 A. M., (11kftX Susquehanna 2.22 P. M., (Dine) Tur ner's 8-20 P. M., (Sup), and arrPves in New York at 10:40 P. Al. Connecta at Great Bend with Delaware,.Lackawunna and Western Railroad, and at Jersey City with midnight • express train of New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia, 7:30 A. Al., Express Mall, via. Avon and Hoinells villa, (Sundays excepted). Arrives In New York at 7.40 A. M. 2:30 P. M., Lightning Express, (daily.) Stops at Hornellsville 11.1.5 P. Al., (Supper); and ar rives in New York 7.40 A. -M. Connects at Elmira with Northern Ckutral Railway for Harrisburg and the South, and at Jersey City with morning express train of New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia, Baltimore' ' and Washiugton. ilOO P. M., New 1 ork Night Express, daily, (Sun days excepted,) Stops at Portage. 8.60 P. M., (Supperd intersecting at Hornellsvilic with the 3.50 P. M., train from Dunkirk, and ar ' rives in New York at 1.40 P. M. 11:3) P. AL, Clucineet Express: daily (except Sundays). Stops at Susquehanna 7.58 A. Al, (111kftg Turner ' s 1.5 e P. M., (Dine), and errtves Is New York at 4:15P. M. Connects at Great Bend with Delaware, Laekawau na and Wes tern Railroad, end atJersey city with After noon:and Evening Trains for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washingtone Only one train East on Sunday, leaving Bufra lo at 2..50 P. Al., and reaching New York at 7:40 A. M. Boston and New England passengers, with their baggage, are transferred, free of charge,ln New York. SAT To pleasure travelers e line of the Eric Rrilway presents many obi ts of interest, pais • sinethrough the beautiful v lieys of the ,Che tuung, Susquehanna, Delaw re and Ramapo rivers, nn everchanging panOrama of nature's beauties corn Magda attention. The best Ventilated and most Luxurious Sleeping Cars in tile World accompany all night trains ou this Railway. Baggage checked through and fare always as low as by any other route. ASK FOR TICKETS VIA. ERIE RAILWAY, Which can be obtained at all principal ticket of,, ecs in the West andSoutb-West, IL RIDDLE, WM. R. BARR, Genq Snp't. Gen'i PILM.AgI. my-tt. PHILADELPHIA & ERIE RAIL ROAD. WINTER -TIME TABLE. Through and Direct Route between Philadel phia, Baltimore, Harrisburg, Williams port and the GREAT OIL REGION OF PENNBYLVANIA .V,GAISTT, SI .VPIPING CARS On ail Night Trains. ' kJN aad after MONDAY, Nov. ?Ad, 1t , 04, the trains on the Philadelphia c klr' ie Railroad will run as follows : WESTWARD. Mail Train leaves F1a14447;411a ac 1 1 13 , 5 p. m. Corry, N:ClOp. in. and arrives at Erie qt St:so . 111. Erie p Express leaves Yhtladelphla at 11:50a. m., Corry, IXI.O a. M. and arrives at Erie at IS:00 a. ta. Warren Accommodation leaves Warren at 1233 p.m ~. Curry p. m., and Orives at Frio urso P. EASTWARD. Mall Train Leaves Eris at 10:.55 a. m. Corry 1.?..1,5 m. and arrives at Philadelphia. at 10:00 a. m. Erie Express leaves Erie at 6 p. m., Corry, 5:371 p. tu. and arrives at Philadelphia at 4f25 p. m. Warren Aetiommodation leaves Erie at &l 0 a. m., Corry at ROO a. m., and arrives at War ronatll:loa,m. Mail and Express connect with Oil Creek and Allegheny River Railroad. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH'. • ALFRED L. TYLER, tien'i Superintendent. Erie & Pittsburgh Railroad. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, OCT. 33, 1868, trains will run op this road as follows: LEAVVFI2I E--SOrTH YARDV 0:41A. M., Pittsburgh Express, stops at all sta k lions , and arrives at A. &.G. W. it. IL Trans- at Lc, p. m., at New Castle at 3:15 p. stup.' c.t Pittsburgh at 6:00 p. nn egoo p.U., Accommodation, arrives at Pitts. bcpw.h . at OM a. tn. .1.14• YE P4 - I . BBIJAGII—NoILTI - 117AUD. 7:15 E 41 in,, „'rLe7 ress leaves Pittsburgh and arrives. Ast Fr ° .3?st m. 4:35 P. M., Accomm tion leaves Pittsburgh and arr Lyes at Erie I'2:ts a. in. Pittabur"b, Express south connects at Jainea town at. =23 p. M. NI J. &F. Express for Franklin and Oil Connects ittaransfer at DAS p. m., with A. & G. W. Accommodution were for Warren, Ravenna and CleVeland. Erie Expresti north connects at 4. 4119 W. Transfer at 11:10 a. in., with Mail east 'for Mead- Franklin and Oil City, and at Jamestown with .1. dt F. Express for Franklin. Trains connect at Rochester with trainit'for Wheeling and all points In West Virginia, and at Pittsburgh connections for Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Baltimore and Washington, via Pennsylvania C e ntral Railroad. Erie Express north connects at Girard with Cleveland .t Erie trains westward for Cleveland, Chicago and all points In the West; at Erie with Philadelphia & Erie Railroad for Corrv, Warren, Irvinetou, Yidioute, dc., and with !Inhale dr.Erie Railroad for Bu ff alo, Dunkirk, Niagara Falls and New York City. P. N. FINNEY, decl2ll7-tf Asst. Superintendent. ERIE DIME SAMOS and LOAN. CO. L. L. L min r est. M. HARTLEB , V i ce Preat. 0 4 , 4; . T.T0N, Secretary and Tu , Df bkAMK3fI.S ; oßANfor•tiberw, V. .4., OAm-tit Arm, Par-score UprcA.T.r, SE,r.r.F.O U.titvi:!‘ Joirx It. BLISA, . - M. OR/SaVaI.D, JOHN C. SIII.ORN, 0. F. agr-nr,trxit, lir.N.l. WHITMAN, 1 je t , LA.am, M.A.% SCIILITITAYY, W. /14 , 11.TLE4, 0. B. Dr.i.A3i4TEX, Me...ldyll/4i, The above irmtltation now fully organized, and ready for the transaction of bankingopera , dons, In the room under the Keystone Bank, CORNER of STATE and EIRIfT ll° STREETS. It opens with A Capital Stock of $lOO,OOO, with the prlvtlegeatlncreastngto bairn million. Loans and &mounts transacted, and pur chases made of all kiwis of satisfactory securi ties. ris 'the eltlzeru; generally this Bank offers an eteellent opportunity for laying by their small savings, as interest will be allowed on Deposits of One Dollar or Upwards.' arSPECIAL DEPOSITS..ea A special-feature of the Bank will be the re ception, for safe keeping of all kinds of Bondk and Securities, Jewelry, Plate, ac., for which a Large FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF VAULT has been carefully provided. Persona having any property of this character which they wish to deposit in a secure place, , will find this featnrewort by their' attention. I- .my2l-tf. WM. NICK & SONS, Car. 7th and Si* Sta., DLALEILEi IN PAINTS, COLORS, Varnishers, LINSEED OIL, SPIRITS TURPENTINE, Artist, Paint and White Wash Brushes, White Lead, Zinc, Paints. Agents for the , Averill Chemical l'ldnt Comp'y. 1, "3 nerv6-.lm. ERIE. PA. _ If in want of a good and pare ARTICLE OF WIIISICEY, E. P. MIDDI.ETtYiIi" . B Genuine old Wheat Whiskey /1 the kind to get. Fay sale only at WM. rICIC fi SONS,. `...-nov6-3m. 702 State Street. .14 ?,100(1 Per Year guaranteed, and steady ern ployment. We want a reliable agent In every county to sell our Patent White WI,. Clothes Lines, (gsferlastlay.) Address WHITI Wigs Co.. 75 Williams st., N. Y., or 16 Dearborn NI., Mew, 111. - - SCHNITZEULI4 PAILOSOPEDIC: ITY IIAI4B BRKITMANTi. Herr Schnitzerl made a philosopede, Von of de newest kind • • It vent mitout avheel ilent, And hadn't none pehind. Von vheel vas in de mittel, dough, And It vent as sure ash ecks, For lie s'htraddled.un de axel free' - Mit der vheel petween his leeks. rod yen he vant- to sitting id off He paddlet mit his vect, tind soon he cot to go so vast Dat every Clings be pent. He runs her out on . Broader shtreet, He shkeeted like jler vind, Hei ! how he bassett de vancy chaps, And lef dem all *hind ! De yellers mit de trotting nags Pooled oop to see him bass De Dentschers all erstaunished saidt : " iiitzturriend I War in (bur Boot vaster shtill der tichnitzerl Hewed On—mit a gashtly smile; He tfln't toonch de dirt, py shirigs ! Not vonco in half a mile. Oh, vot ish all "dis eartly pliss ? Oh, vot ish man's sooeksess ? Oh, vot ish various kinds of dings ? Cud vot ish hobbiness ? Ve find a pank node in de slitreedt, Next dings der pank tsh preak ; Ve foils, and knocks our outsides in, 'Yen ye a ten-shtrike make. So vas it mit der Schnitzerlein On his philosopede. • his feet both shlipped outsideward shoost Vlien at his exdra shpeed. He felled oopon der vheel of coorsc; De vheel like blitzen flew ; Und Schnitzer' he vos schnitz in vast For id shlished him grod In two. Und as for his plillosopede, Id cot so shkared, men say, It pounded onward till it vent Ganz te.nfelwards afay. Boot where is now der Schiiitzerl's soul ? •"hero dos his abbirit pide ?%, In Himmel troo, de endless pltie, It takes a medeor ride. MORMON MATTERS A Peep Within the Veil of Social Life in Utah Concubines of Brigham Young• and the Twelve Mormon Apos;. ties-. Personal Sketches of the Mem. hers of Brigham's Harem--Life under Polygamy Declared by Young to be "a Wearisome - Barden." [From the Boston Journal.] In the Orient there Is one institution which has long been established concubinage. The modern Turk, tile Arab, Dindoo, Fee glen, and King of Ashautee all follow the footsteps.of their 'fathers. They keep concu bines by the score. The harem never has flourished under the Christian civilization of Europe, but it has-. been translated from the orient to Salt Lake. City by the prophet and apostles of the church of the Latter-Day Saints, and is thriving with great vigor. In the city of the Sultan and everywhere else in the East it is established in lust, but in the saintly city of Utah it is held to lie ordained of God through time and eternity. THE APOETILES AND THEIR CONCUBINES. The prophet, in imitation of the Lord Jesus Christ, hai ordained, twelve apostles to assist him in his ministry. .In this church of the Latter• Day. Saints, he who will be greatest in the kingdom of heaven is he who has the, most concubines in this life. The apostles, therefore, imitating their prophet, add to their number of concubines as they feel abje, that their glory may be great in the eternaLworld. Do you ask whether the idea uppermost in the ' , mind of the Oriental, the gratification of passion,.may not also he an inducement with an apostle to take a concu bine--.a half dozen? Those sober-minded men of Salt Lake will assure you that they seek only to do the will of, God. Each added concubine will be a jewel in the im mortal crown, and over each new bora child there' is joy in 4easen, for it is a soul released from its prison house and started on its way to glory. All of the Apostles are married, and all have two or more concubines, in addition to their one lawful wife. - They rank as follows : Ist Apostle Orson Hyde has three -concu bines. . 2d Apostle Orson Pratt has three concu pines. • 34.1 Apostle John Taylor has six concu bines. 4th Apostle Wilford Woodruff has two concubines. sth Apostle G. A. Smith has four concu bines. oth Apostle Amass Lyms,nllas four concu bines. - - --. ith Apostle Ezra Benson has three concu blues. Bth Apostle Charles 'Rich has six concu bines. 9th Apostle Lorenzo Snow has three co cubines. , 10th Apostle Erastus Snow has two couCti- Lines.' ('- 11th Apostle Franklin Richards has three concubines. 12th Apostle G. Q. Caution has two c9n übines. Daniel Wells, who is associated with Brig ham in the presidency of the church, has a large number of concubines. Heber Kim ball, who was also a member of the presi dency, Lut who fled last summer, had a large harem. Ile was not much liked by the saints—was coarse, brutal, and used obscene language in tin: pulpit, abused his concubines, worked them hard, gave them little to eat,. pulled their hair and gave them to under stand that bp was master of the spiation. am informed that some of them are not in consolable now that he has guile, awl that they hope for a period ot rest before joining him in glory. It is not stated as a filet, but only as a current report. THE PROPHET'S HAREM. A. few steps up Main street from our ho tel, a turn to the right and 'we see the pro phet's harem. The grounds occupied by Brigham are enclosedthy a high Wall; laid in cemnet. An eagle with spreading wings, clutching a bee-hive in his talons, is mounted over the gateway—emblematic of flciglmin and the church. The main entrance faces South. The gro.unds are well laid out, and there is an abundance of apples, pear and peach trees. Grape vines climb the walls and hang on trellises. At the South-west corner of the grounds is the tithing office, where a tenth part of all that is produced in Life Mlritory passes into Brighton's hands. fn use rear of the tithing office are extensive sheds, where the saints find shelter while paying their gibing. Here also are several iglu)! buildings ,where Brigham's servants live—thine employed about the premises. A few s teps cut of the tithing office is the three storied building, standing end to the road, large enougliand long enough for a factory boarding house. It has a steep shingled roof, with ten gabled windows on ecCli side. On the balcony over the door hi a crouching lion. This is the harem. A. covered passage leads from the ground floor to another build. ing East in whichis the general business of flee of Brigham Young, and from which tele graph wires run to every hamlet in the ter ritory. Another passage leads to the private office of Brigham—back of which is his pri vate bedroom, where - his concubines wait upon him—Amelia to-day—Emeline to-mor row, Lucy the slay after. Brigham's lawful ly wedded wife seas Mary Ann Angel—a na tive of New York—the mother of five chil dren—Josepb,; or ".roe" as he is called at Salt Lake, BiiglaaM John, Alice and Luna. She ruarriedgbe prophet while he was a young man, before be wag a prophet, and with him accepted the revelations of Jirseph Smith: She lives in a huge atone building in the rear of the harem. Brigham does not often visit her now: BRIGIIAM'S CONCVM.TNES. • 'The number of concubines in the harem is not known to the Gentile world. One re. port makes the number -seventy, another gives only 20. It is probable that the larger number includes those who are sealed to Brigham for eternity and not for time. His first concubine is Lucy Decker. She is the lawful wife of Isaac Seely, mother of two children ; but Brigham could make her a queen in heaven, and so, bidding hood-bye to Isaac, she became first concubine, and has added eighteen children to the prophet's household. Her younger sister, Clara Decker, also as pired to be a heavenly queen, and became his second concubine, and is _tue mother of tour children. The third is Harriet Cook, mother of one turbulent boy, who dOes pretty much as he pleases, and so does the mother. When in her tantrums she does not hesitate to send Brig: ham to the realm of evil spirits. Lucy Bigelow IS said to be one of the most lady-like of all the eonenbines. Mrs. Waite, '; wile of one of the United States Judges of the Territory, who saw all the ladies of the • harem, describes her of middling stature. dark brown hair, blue eyes, aquiline nose, and a pretty month.' She is pleasant and af fable. Miss Twiss has sandy hair, round features, blue eyes, low forehead, freckled face, but as she has'no children, is not of much account In the eyes of the prophet. She looks after his clothes; sews buttons on his shirts, and acts the part of a housewife. Martha Bowker is another of the same sort, quiet, neat in dress, motherless, and therefore of little account. Harriet Barney, like Lucy Decker, left her husband and three children to become a con cubine that she might have exaltation in Heaven, bot has not been honored in the harem, not having added any children to the the household. - Eliza Burgess is the only English Woman in the harem, small of stature, black eyes, quick tempered, but mother of several chil dren. Ellen Rockwood. daughter of the jail keeper, is another of the unfortunate women —not having had children. Mrs. Hampton, whose first -husband died at Nauvoo, afterward married a man by the name of Cole,who left her at Nauvoo and went to California. Brigham, hearing of his de parture, sent for his wife, who obeyed the sunimmui and became a concubine, lived in the harem eight years, then was cast out by Brigham. She now lives in Ogden City with her son, Nephi Hampton: Mary Bigelow is another castaway. - She lived in the harem s'everelyears, but Brigham became tired of her and sent her away. 'Margaret Pierce is another who, not hav ing added to the-glory of the prophet by be ing a mother, is of little account, though still in the harem. - Entiline Prne, as described by Mrs. Waite, is the "light of- the harem," -tall, graceful, mild, violet eves, fair hair, inclined to curl. She was a lively young lady and Brigham fell indove with her. Her hither and mother were opposed to polygamy, but Emeline had ambitious projects, accepted his proposal, and tecame the favorite of the !MOM The favor shown her brought on a row. The .other concubines carried Ibis jealousy to such a pitch that the prophet kad a.private pas sage constructed froth his bed-room to Eine line's room, so that his visits to her and to him could be made without obse'rvalion. She has contribUted greatly to his glory in the future world by preseuting him with eight children in this, The poetess of the church is Eliza Snow, said to be quite intellectual. In one of the poems published in Brigham's paper, the' Deseret News, she thus exalts 'the Mormon religion : "We have the,ancient order, To us by prophets given : And here ('e have the pattern As things exist in Heaven!' From whinit we are to tutierAnnil tli:tt tthere are harems in heaven. So Turk believes. .'Gina Huntingdon ulso writes poetry and acts as a sort of governess to the numeroup children of the prophet.' Zinn came to Salt Lake with her lawfullywedded husband, Dr. Jaaubs. Brigham liked her ; sent the doctor on a missionary tour to England : took his wife into the harem„ Ind became the spirit ual father of Lei children—made her his temporal concubine that lie might exalt her to be a queen in beavent The doctor re turned front the mission, vostatized, and went to California, where he oast• resides Amelia Partridge has added four children to the prophet's household. She is safd to be of a sweet disposition' and is not jaalous when the prophet turns his attention to the other concubines. Mrs. Augustus Cobb was forlerly a Bos tonian, became converted to Mormonism eighteen years ago, left her home and ac cepted a position in the. harem. Mrs. Smith, a devout Mormou, wished to be sealed to Brigham for eternity, but the pro phet did not care to make her a heavenly queen, He sealed her to Joseph Smith for and to himself for time.' One "poor unfortunate," Clara Chase, be came a maniac, and has gone to where the wicked cease from troubling. Amelia Folsom, a native of Portsmouth, Y. H:, is the mistress of the harem. She en tered it on the 29th day of dauuarY, 1863. She is about 19, and the prophet G 3. She has things pretty much her own way—pri vate box at the theatre, carriage of her own, silks, satins, a piano, parlor elegantly fur nished. If the prophet slights her, she pays him in his own coin. • ' Snell is an outline of this saintly house hold—thirty women or more, and seventy or eighty children. Unless Jammu nature is vastly different in•Ctah from what it is in other places, there must be ninny family jars. The outward appearance-is of a pertreable and orderly community, but if there is a fraction of truth in coznuion report, it is one of the saddest communititis in the world. Brigham comprehends the fact that life' tin der polygamy is a wearisome burden, and has taken measures to amuse the members of him claireb. A UNIQUE WEDDING.-A Western ex change tells us the story of a rather unique w eghlinps thus : "Mollie was not the only wicked person in this city. There was a "Jim," an aboriginal df Momence, of whom but little is known here; but pnless nature lied jn Jim's face, head and general make-up, he was worse, wickeder and lower than Mollie. He made the acquaintance of Mollie in jail, while confined on ft charm of stealing nine drinks of whiskey from an Alden:Pan in Momence. That they courted, uts' tree ; whether they Or'not is not known. They begged to be released' frqm jail, and Promised to marry and emigrate to Cheyenne. The Common Council ,voted Mollie a new dress, and the happy couple sixty dollars - to pay their fare on their matrimonial trip. - They repaired to the office of the Police Court. The police magistrate has.an origi nal way of doing things. They sail they wished to be married. The magistrate, with "up)ifted bands, said: "Jim, do yoy agree' to take Mollie, and live with her, mad go to Cheyenne, with her, And May with her regardless of law or conse quences ?" Yes. "Mollie, you do agree to take Jim, and live with him, and go to Cheyenne with hiM, and stay with him regardless of law or fonse quences ?" Yes. "Then. I give you these two railroad tickets, and order you to stay there until flu; vigilance committee doth hang you both. Amen." And" Mollie and Jim took their depar MEE [For the Observer.' Cures fur Horses. • ' ;RELIEF NOR THE ligAvEs.--Give a tea spoonful of tartar enietic . in wet food once a day until the horse is relieved, and use every time they return. This will keep them back from ten days to six weeks, with proper feeding. The food should be given in as small bulk as possible. Wet food is best. Wonats.—The horse should have one quart of strong wormwood tea at night. The next day give hint 7 drachms of aloes end 2 drachms of calomel, made into a ball. give no cold 'water for forty-eight hours, but warm milk instead. Give two or three bran mashes. If he shows any more symptoms repeat the dose in three weeks. This is a sure cure.' DisrgurEtt.—lf tumors are found Under the jaws open them. If nut, apply a poultice of common brown sugar and bar soap. Make it break. on the out aide if possible. Tben give cleansing powder for ten or twelve days. Let him run out if possible. ettotac.—Throw one or two handfuls of salt down the horse's throat and exercise him gently. If this does not cure in ten_minuteg gr'ce the following : One oz. tincture opium, One oz. sulphuric ether, One ox. tincture camphor, • One-half pint warm water. If not better in thirty minutes, repeat the dose. EXAMPLE. - " Well," 'said an old gentle man;the other day, "I have been forty-seven .years in business, and can say what very few can after such experience ; in all that time, my friend, i have disappointed but one sin gle creditor.' ' "Bless me, what an example for our young mercantile community r replied the person addressed; "what a pity that one time Oc curred ; how was it ?" "Why," responded the old gentleman,)"l paid the debt when it became due, and I nev er in all my life, saw a man so astonished as the creditor was." / "Ott, Tem me where-is fancy bred':" She asked t and getting bolder, She placed her little darling head And chignon on my shouldet. And.l, with po morepoetry in, , My soul than in a Quaker's, Replied, with idiotic grin, "You'll find it at the bakefs." . Josh Billings spends his time studying hu man and other kinds of nature, and sending out the result of his investigations. His last is all about peculiar men. The Jealous Man is alwuz hunting. lie is -alwuz a hunting for sumthing that be don't expeckt tew find, and after he haz found it, then h'ee iz mad bekause he haz. These fellers don't beleav in spooks, and yet they are about the only folks who ever see enny. &jealous man is alwuz happy jest in proporshun az he is mizerable: Jelosy iz a disease, and It iz agood deal like seasickness—dreadtbi sick and kan't vomit. • NO, 40. The Anonymous Man boards at a red tav ern, anti pays for hiz board by tending bar occasionally. Tie liaint got enny more kar akter than the jack cm spades haz When it aint trumps. lie iz a loafer by professhun, without enny vices. He rides•on the box once in a while with the driver, and nobody thinks ov asking for his stage. fare. He sprung from a respectable family ; hiz great grandfather IV 11l a justiss ov the peace ; but he hat, not got vanity enuff tew brag on it. He niut necessarily a phool, enny more titan a bull; eye watch iz; if cony body will wind him, he will set. still and run quietly down - . The Stintan looks down, when the walks, upon folks. He don't seem to have but one limber jiate In him, and that is li?kated in his nose. He is a kind ov niasculine turkey on pa rade in a barn-yard. lieiz generally loaded with wisdom clear up to the munell, and, when he goes oph, makes b. boise like a cannon, but don't dew enny damage. I have seen him tire intO a crowd and miss eery man. kind uv stiff man is very_ handy tew flatter. They seem tew know they aint en tttled to a good article, and, therefore, are satisfied with very hard soap. Their aint but fit men who get stiff on what they actually know, but most aul ov them git stiff on what they acktually feel. Stiff men are called anstokrats, but this aint so. There aint no such thing ria aristo krnts in this country. The country aint long enuff yet unless a Man has got some Indian ip him. Az a general thing, stiff men get ,mad, dreadful easy, beeauk talks aint apt tew a big scare at what they nint afraid ov. The Model man never disturbs a hen when she is setting; ,never speaks cross to a lor j s , V Burg alwuz puts a five cent shinplaster in Liz vest pocket bite Saturday night ten; have it ready Sunday morning for the church plat ter, ria;;;; whenever a huly-enters the street kars ; rem6mbe.ts yulc 2ucle plainly, and asks after aul the family. If he step , : on , a kat's tail is sure tew do it light, and imme diately asks Ler pardon ; reads the Weekly Gossip, and latT4 because lie kan't help it hooks up his wife's dress, and plays hiss with the children. Never meddles with cream in die milk pans ; goes easily ov er rands, and cutu-1 back in season; attends every body's phuneral kan alwuz tell when the inoon-changes; thinks just as you do, or the other way, if you want him tew ;i follows every body's soh ice but hiz own; pracktices mot of the virtews without knowing it leads the life ov a shorn lamb gets sick after a while, and dies az soon az he kan, tew save " makitig.enny farther trouble. The model man's ‘ii.es are -not feared, nor hiz virtews respeckted. He lives in the mem ory ov the world just about az long aya pleasant day does. He may be called a "clever feller.' and • that iz only a Mad ; but he will git Liz re ward hereafter. WANTEn—AN E+sy PLACF:.—Rev. Henry ward Beecher some time since received a letter frOm a young man, who recommended himself very highly as being honest, and, closed with the request: "Get me an easy situation, that honesty nay be rewarded." To which°3l.r..Beecher Don't be an editor if you would be "easy." not try the law. Avoid sehool-keeping. Xeep out of the pulpit. Let alone all ships, stores. Shops and merchandise. Abhor poli tics. Keep away from lawyers. Don't prac tice medicine. Be not a farmer nor a me chanic; neither a soldier nor a sailor. Don't study. Don't think. Don't work. None of them are easy. 0, my honest Mewl, you are in a very hard world I I know of but one real "easy" place in it. That place is the grave. A cnicr.tm political speaker closed an ad dress in behalf of his part with the follow Lig florid peroration: - "Build a worm fence around a winter's supply'of summer weather ; skim the clouds with spoon ; catch a thunder bolt in a bladder; break a hurricane to' harness; ground sluice an earthquake ; bake h-11 in an ice-house; lasso an avalanche: pin a diaper on the crater of an active volcano ; hive all the stars in a nail keg ; hang the ocean on a grape vine to dry; put the sky to soak in a gourd ; unbuckle the bellyband of eternity, and paste 'To let' on the sun and moon, but never, sir—never for a moment, sir, delude yourself with the idea that any ticket or party can beat our candidate." ' A toms fellow was taking a sleigh ride with a pretty girl, when he met a minister who was celet,rated -for trying the matri monial knot at short notice. He stopped him, and asked, hurriedly: ."Can you tie a knot for met -Yes &Ili Brother B—, "I guess su : When do you want it done?" "Well, right away," was the, reply; "is. it lawful, though, herein the highway ?" "Oh yes ; this is as good a place as _any— as sAfe as the church it4ell." "'Well, then, I- want a- knot tied in my horse's tail, to keep it out of the snow !" shouted the wicked wag, as he drove rapidly away. OIL.—FnsA oil, of which so much is said i;tt connection with liquor adultera tionst_is a liquid, cohnless when pure, of or. fenstve smell and buining taste, obtained by, continuing in fermentation in the distilling process abet the alcoholic portioh, is drawn mi. Its action upon the animal system is that of a positive poison. Its vapors pro ducing nause headache and giddiness. _ Its presence in Hqui.rs is highly injurious, and indicates bad distillation of, or the use of, damaged grain. It may e detected by agitating, the liquor, and leaving it stand for the oil to rise to the surface. One . ounce of fusel oil kills a rabbit in four min utes. A CEP.TAIN Sunday school teacher wa.s in thj habit of making a collection in the ju 'venif,> class for Missionary of fjeets. He was tad a little surprised one day to find a coun terfeit shilling atoong the coppers; end on asking the class who put it there, the donor was pointed out to him by one who had seen him deposit it. "Dida't you know that it was good fur =nothing Y" said the teacher. "Yes," answered the boy. "Then what did you put it in the bot for ?" The bopcoolly replied, "I didn't s'pose the little heathens would know the difference, so I thought it would be just as good for them." DURING the battle of Kingston, a brigade , of North Carolina Junior Reserves behaved baely and retreated betbre th&' Union tbrees. A General seized one of the fugitives and held this conversation with him : General—" What are yOu running for ?" Junior—Mt, General, the Yankees wore shouting." Gencral—"Why don't you of back again : 1 Ain't von ashamed of yourself You are crying like a baby." Junior (blubbering)—"l wish I was a baby. Olt, I wish I 'was a gal baby? Ov.itsr.ts - IPnotimns.—lle who blackens others does not whiten himself. Take care of your plow and your plow will take care of you. He who saves in little things eau be li,beral in great Mies. H e who avoids small sins does not fall bito large ones. Let our repentance be a lively will, a firm resolution. Complaints and mourning over past errors avail nothing. A. SOY was sent by his mother to saw some stoyewood out of railroad ties. Going. out of doors shortly after, she found the youth_ Sitting, on the saw-horse with head down. The mother asked her hopeful son why tic didn't keep at his work. The boy replied thus : "My dear mother, I find it hard, very hard, to sever old ties." AT a religioumeeting among the blacks a colored preacher requested that some bro ther should play. Thereupon half-wit-Mo,.e commenced a string of .words entirely with out nraning. At this the pastor raised his head and inquired, "Who dat praying ? Dat you, brpdtier Mose ? • You let somebody pray dat's acquainted wid de Lord." A WORTHY gllaker thug•wrote: "I expect to pass through this world but Mice. If, therefore, there be ady kindness I can show, or any good thing I can do to .tny fellow hu man being, let me do 'it now. Let me not defer or neglect it, for I will not puss• this TIM REST forms of. Leases, Deeds, Notes, and Blanks of all kinds, always on hand at the Observer office. jan7-tf Peculiar Men.