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d3' The time by which the Lake Share and
the Eric it Pittsburgh trains are run is 1! nrktn,-
tiles slower than Erie Aline—that of the rhua
delphia & Erie 10 minutes faster.
PIMADSLrfrtA AND ERIE IIArLDOAD;
-9:50 p. m Mall Train - 10;55 a. m.
10:o0 a...t0 Erie Express 0:25 p. M.
3:50 p. m.. WalTen Accommodation_ 11:10 a. m.
ERIE A.IcID rrrrsnrlcoil B.Art.noiD.
- Pittsburgh Exprem5...—..»..10:2 a. re.
kceolilmOdatioll Sclo p. in.
11:50 ii. m,......E1rie Accommodation.......---
2:30 p.. m Erie Express .
CLEVELAND et rim: aattmoaD.
10 10 - 11. M ...... :.:New York JlrPrells •-, - ,
9 '2.5 p. m... Day Express 3:15 in.
7:0.5 p. m Cincinnati Express ---
12:50 a. m Night Express 3:15 a. in.
Steamboat Expre55......,..1:1:50 a. in.
Toledo Express 10:10 a. in.
-- Acc‘omruodation ...... :.,.. 5:45 a. m.
BUFFALO & ERIE RAILROAD
- - • -
Express 1:40n. in.
York Express 10:55 a. m.
4: lUn. ra
.. Cincinnati Express
3:45 p. in.. t .... -.-... Day Excs-...i.
10:20 a. mToledo ' ress
lal a. m.... .... „Steamboat xpress
hak p. in... Mail and Accommodation.. 6:00 a. in,
tat caxxx Awn aX1.5.01110•11 . alvga
Trains departlarmad arriving att'orry •.
Depart. • ". Arrive,
9:45 a. in Express Train, • I;.'M a. as.
5:00 p. . ... Mall Train 9;0,5 ra.
Trains departing and arriving at_irvinetan:
l'ak'S a. ,m - ' Express Train, s'4m.
1:33 p. In . Mail Train, 1219 p.
- Closing of 31nils. . .
„New York, Boston and Wash. 2:2) a. m. G:3u I!. m
•Buff.ilo, Canada, and New York Central t
Railroad . - 9:al a. m. and S:00-p. m.
Buffalo and Erie Way Mail , 2: 1.5 p. in.
Cleveland• nd Erie Way Mall 0:20 a. „
Cleveland 9-20 a. ni. and'il:oo p. in.
.Chicago.,... - 2:2-/-a. in. and S:00 p. M.
Erie anti P taburgh
11:.10 a. 9a: _Pitiladelph - Erie, Warren Accom-
modatto surtp • kpg offices bet'n ~-
• Erie and i i rre 1 Creek, A. AO.
W. R. R . a i Mea vi1ic..,,...,.. .. .....18:00 p. m.
Philadelphia, 't arri urg, Baltimore • ,
and' Washinktonf and Philadelphitt
and Erie ens ;?of Warren, and War
ren A: Fr Anklln It. It ` 9::„Ii a. in.
Phila., Harrisburg, Baltimore & Wash-
ington ~ 6:30 p. m.
Edinboro and McKean 8-110 p. m.
Wattsburg, on Tuesdays, Thursdays -
and Saturdays........ .... . ........ ............. 2:00 p. in.
TIME OF ARRIVAL.. • , ft
..,; w York, Boston, Buffalo and-Wash
II alo and Erie Way M3;11) a
and „l ' Z' 4 X o p m . Ul m . . in.
veland and Erie Way Ma 11,...: ..... ' . :•,,•tiao p. M.
Cl - .Kilii.sd
Clii --,-'fst.grigi.-- .2:00 a. m. ant r4:00 p. in.
Erie and Pittsburgh It 0u a. m. AOO p. rn.
Warren A.e(unmodation, Oil Creek,
A. AG. w it. R. and M eadville, .. l 4:00 p. m.Phila., liarrishurg. Baltimore and
... Washington -
... le'o a. ra.
Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Baltimore,
Waan ingt°l , and P. d; E.,12, it, east
of Warren, and Warren -A. Frank
lin R. it .0;00 p. Hi.
Edlnit.iro and McKean 12..011 in.i.-
Wattsburd. Tuesdays, Thu . E . 4ays and : .
Saturdays -* ...
.Qs-Duce pours frorti 7:01) A. 31;to S P. M.
sundak, 4)1Boe open fr . :An 7:01 to 9:10'. Scri ; t&
JOS. 151 sTERRETT, Pi. M -...
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ilinks for Sate at the Obierver Office,
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e•following blanks are kept for sale tit the
ti' rver officrirand can he hirnished In 'any
it iberAeslred: • ,- ' '-
.iN4tes of ail klitA:sirigle and in books.
c ,„ Ill'itlik Receipts- single rind in.hooks. - •
' Warrantee Deeds, cOmtuon aril New fork
M.,t tthges.., common and with extra ,clause, , -
Quit Chain heeds. , ,„ I 4
Agreements for the Silly.if Land: - • .
• Nl.lrriage Ceti ideates. • ...- •
Warrants for the RelitTrit th e PUor. 4 -
1../111 , 110111'd Warrants. • -
• Common Bonds. ~
. Ju.liftnent Bonds, Common and Tight - Form.
' Interrogatories. • . . ,
leases. Comtnon and light: 1-'orm s . .
Narts of rill kinds. ,
Summons, Subpir..nas and W
Executions and•Seire Faclas..l
, tpeel:krill lons. • • .
.liiminti.trators' 'and 'iiiimrtilans'.ll.otrils. i
Commonwealth Warranty. ',f .
Afliflavlt, Bond 'and At tacinnent. - . _
Power ot Attoyney. •
- Oil Lenses rind Refusals. -^' - i ,
, License 'jolt ions and Bands„ - •- '
.. -4 ,.`" f F • iiments.
' o '...fitatiles• Lien. . . .. ...
vartitSliee Attachment, - .. ,
Ktidorsee vs. Endorser.. '. -•
• c'onstable's Sales and Bonds.' .
Votrunitioents. -• , . .
For Sale and For Rent.. .
'PRICE LlST.—Double Sheet Deed% 51,.. jeer
dozen; I's eta. per half dozfinl.. Single Sheet
IS‘eds and 'llortgages 73 cents per dozen ; 40 eta.
per Milt dozen. Notts and Rec4lpta 75cents per
hundred; 40 cents per fifty; 10 cents adozen. In
hooks of one hundred $1,60; of fifty 50 cents; of
.twenry-five 3D cents. All other blanks ate got
'up on sheets of uniform size, at 40 cetat'S per
dozen, Or Z Cp1.113 per half - dozen. Where small ,
packages are ordered by mall 10 cents&addition
• al will be charged for postage. Any7-tf.
• h Agents ,for the Observer
Weave selected the following gentlemen as
our agents in the places named, to transact any
business in connection 'with the office. Persons
knowing . themselvei indebterld'l us can band
.them.theinioney, and their receipts will be ac.
knowledged the same as if given by ourselves:
Corry--John Scott. •
Petroleum Centre—Geo. W,:Wilson,
Tidloute—Nelson Clark. •
Oak Greve-Wm. J. Welker.
Spartansharg—John G. Burlingham.
Waterford-:-W. C. White.
l'nlon Borough-6-3f. V. B. dtr:swn...
I.'nem Township—Moses Smiley.
• Girard—Capt. 1.1.: W.'Hutchinson. '
Elk Creek and Lundv's Lane—Writ. liberrnan...
Lorkport—J. C. Cauffman.
Wat tuba ra—Lyntan Itofdnaon.
Edlnboro—larcns Saidy: .
° Harbor t..Yeek—Wm. Saltatrutus
North. Eust•—•l3. A. Tabor. . .
Ja?ksunZa--tanttli J. Jaek*U]. tt.
A 4;eitil to the Ladles.:—;
r nn. DrrPoNto.s
GULDEN PEP:iODIOAL PILLS,
ntullable in correcting IrreguiaiitLes,rernov
ing Ohatrirtionm of the Montlity Turns, fiorn
whatever cantle, and a,lvm. : soacceastul as a pre
,cfNE PILL. IS-A
Females peculiarly ,141.ttytted,pethool tiuppote;
.111g 4 ihrIlls . Ch (-4 1 / 4 ' 142. o a.ro cautioned .againat using
wiillt In _that condition, lest they ln
cltc mNearriage s i
after ,Nillicti t ,ailm.onition 'the,
, Pl',,rrtetor asNurv,c ho rer.ponxlblllty.although
th - etf sitiklmtss , tvoulit prevent any natagitief to
heldtt4,:beherwAue the I'ips are recommended,
' 'MOSki i iNVA,IATABLE 4"E,NIE7)Y
• ( Q the alieviatliju of thole suffering from any
Irregullvit les what v•let, as well auto prevent an
Iller7aset'qfamily when heulth Fig not pernllf
N; quiet Ing the 'nen'. s and" bcctiging hack the
rogy ral.or'of 'health Co the ehe,ek, of the most
del icai e. ' • '
i e uti and A - .l.lcit directions aCeotnpally each
• Price 51 per box,stx hoxes4:-.. Sold In Eriii , :by
NICK e. sONs, druggists, sole agents" for
wul vicinity. , • e
Lad , rs by sending thin SI, through the ?oat
Ott :e, can have the pills sent (conildentially)by;
mall to any part of the country, tree of p'ostavii.
sold also by E. T. ILlseittne, Warren;
wan i s: 'A. rkvcv, zEinTs.-; Callender & Co. , Mead
.. Julie; C. C. Viuli & Co., North East; JeiWett &
Wright, Westiti , ld. •
}-IOWE, Sole Proprietor,
• TOW LOST, ROW RESTORED.
4flt . I - 1 Just-published, a netc edl thin
„ of Dr. pulverwelra Celebrated Es
• " say on the radical •cure (lvithOnt
medicine,) of 81.EttitAToaRttatA,or Bern
NVeattn:•,s,.lnvoluntary seminal Losses, IMPo•
"!, teacy. Mental and Physleal Incapacity, Impedl
'.inents to„ - 511trriagr, eto,•. also, Consumption,
Epilepsy"; and Fits, indueed by :.elf-lnd ulgeiice
ot sexual extravagance..
Dar ltrice, In a sealed envelope, only Scents.
The celebrated author, In this admirable es
tay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years'
. successful practice, that the alarming oonse.
cluenees,cgt selrabuse may be radically cured
wititont the dangerous tt,e of Intertkal medicine
' or-the, application of the knife; pointing out a
:mode al cure at once simple, certain and ef
. fectual, means,ef Which, every sufferer, no
'hatter whatthis condition rhay be, may cure
himself - cheaply, privately, and radically.
/fir This Leetureishould be in the hands of
every youth and every man'in the land.
Sent, under seal In a plain envelope, to any
address,. I , O3TTAID, on receipt of six cents, or
two post stamps. Also, Dr . , CAklvel•well's "Mar-
Flags Gulde,', price '2.3 cents, Address the Pub-
Llsberti, • CHAR. J.Te. KLINE DO,
127•Bowerey,New York. Past Pfilce Box 4,5tP5.
BAY SITA.TE •
1 4 :0 0- 1, W CoIEtIKS.:
NOBLE & TT AT.T,,
- F011:11DE118, .
3iacflinists s & Boiler-Makers,
Manufacturinfi'pf 'Stationery...Marine and
BOILERS, STILLS, TANK.' EiTEA.M - PITBAPS,
MILL WORK, ite„ ,fC , C. • -
Tobbtfig solittted at reduced prices. All work
warrmatocl. Our motto, is
Customer 4s must be ignited.
Work; earner OZ Polach •ad Thlsd ta,
GREAT PANIC . IN_ NEW YORK.
Fearful ereakdown in the Prices : of Diy ,
LOCKS & CO.MPANY,
No. 6 INTo!ble Block; 3Ei4e,
Wish to notify the_ public That they have bought an immense quantity of FIRMT CLASH .Dry
Goods VERY CHEAP since the recent BREAIh.DOWN in the Eastern Market, and are now offer
ing them at much lower prices than Any other store. Our business is done strictly on the
73a p. m
3.45 p. m
CONE 3P' la I C ;11F. PLA N
Prices alike to ail, whethei Judges or not.
We edverthe no gpods or prices but what we ere abletoehew when you visit onr store
Every article is warranted as represented, or money refunded.
Read the following prices carefully and judge for yourselvex
Hales Brown Mnsdfas....••••
II Bales .
—'B cents.l The very best Prints made for 0n1y....-.12 1 .' Cts
__lo ." I Cases heavy Gingham'. only .....12 1) '
" Yard wide and thlr.--......-- --.."11% " c Heavy Cotton Fhtnnela ars
" " " and heavy_ ..... - ..... ......../234 " 1 Five cases Cotton and Wool Flannels. -
" .id inches due and heavy . .... ' 1,5 " I .halt ice
pr -:..'0 -
Cases Bleached Muslin.-..... ........ ----AO. " 1, Heavy 'l4 Wide Shaker Flannel - 35 "
Yard wide...-------...,...........1214 " 1 Plaid Shirting Flannels-- . _.....13 .•
. .. .. , " and fine ..... -.-..... ... 15 " . All-Wool Grey Flannels...--- 270 ."
" Prints 8
FINE 'RED, BLVE AND GREY FLANNELS, MUCH UNDER PRICE.
White Flannels of every width and qualitA VERY CHEAP. Heavy all-wool shirting flan
nets, at 45 cants.
Three hundred pleoes all-Wool Casanneres et 50, 62 1
meres are VERY CHEAP.
Heavy Beavers for Over Coats, MUCH tubER PRICE.
WE DEFY COMPETITION
s • to o 0 . e • f_; •a.
DRESS GOODS !
BLitt IC 7 9.1.P.1trA1i, 8734 eta., 4.) eta., 45 et.y.„ 50 cta,, 02.; eta., and 7•S eta
AI:VICCASI, Si et& 4323 4 '; 7&etm, and 3734, eti:
One hundred literals Cashmere Plaids, worth 50 cents. for 23 rents
Socvnty,fli-e piect% NI/ Serge Aress Goods, 11.1 CeUttl;
Two hundred pieces aliwool French Merinos, %T eta, R7)..i eta, and SLOO. •
Li - 4
Fifty Niece Empress Cloth/4 75 cts, .67;4 cts,and 11.0
.• - •
The ahave Dress GoCals were purelnused at the late. New York auctions, at About ONE-HALF the
'usual - price: They are all warranted pertert: and drat -class geode.
„ - ..
Fire ‘Huniired pair Whitet Biauketq, Gocid
,Quality; 134,00 'and- ss.oo'per Pair.
',LINEN NAPKINS, TABLE LINEN'S. TOWEL&CRASH. .
CLOAK S; CLOAKINGS,Q CLOAKINGi.
An•endlesit variety ar very Low Prices,
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e - •
Fifty pieces -Electra Tapestry Carpeting, 50 & 621,,Et5.
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• The above are only a few of the many bargains we have.. Our ato:,•lc is fulland complete in .
every department. Should any Mae after reading this advertisement' have doubts in regard to
the cheapness of our goods, let. them call with this advertisement and ,ilidipf for...theinselves. •
. great many of these goods are eheaper.than they hate been for thspast ten years.'. •
Remember the place, the only ONE PRWE L DRY GOODS STORE in Erie, where all goods at
all times are sold at •
• , .
NEW , YORK. ' 'WHOLESALE .. PRICES !
ilee3;o l, -Iy.
TEAS AN 0 3 1
.1 1 ,E
'BY THE siNouper-kfinca, CAII * 6O PRICES.
4 Siviig of One-Half tO One-Third 'I
The .G;e4t Tea' aoinpainy of Boston,
Would respectfull; info - tin th
e.. ; I l a t v tz e an i or of - 441: AiLtd re au.rroundlng oohntry, that they
No, :5 NOBLE ERIE,
And haVe fitted it r.p ,4n Oriental :ityle iluct• are ,now•prepared to ihrnish every one' with prime
Teas and Cotirla r irt Cargo Prime: Our store In radewill•be Known ail the
WESTERN jIItIENTAL NEA COMPANY !
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. It Is getlerally understood that Teals - retailed fats largs.r advance on lie origlaa ' 1 cost tidal
any other article in. the long list - of hollerbold ittortiii,wllicti may be partially accounted for by
recollecting (7111.&VT N UNSER "A,NI.) IMMENSE , AIIIOUNT 7 ,OI , PROFITS which accumu
lateron it between the cultivation in Vhina and Japan, and .the eanimment hare, including the
American Commbodon lionise ttiere ;Alm Dritx.rter, the. Banker who furnishes it he each= e;
lien middle men or speculators: the wholesale-00m; and the retailer. Each of these mat e
large, and many of them enormous prOlits,.froM,iittich ft le evident that, the consumer le com
pelled to pay many times the origlnal cost for a pure article, or forced to use an adulterated or
It is with 'Veleta trPretnedy this erilihat our gigantic. enterprise . WASdforMed CrWer a year ago
-which has been a perfect Success,atidweluiveyentored . to open it ritore.ln Erie, e • sir that We may
better aCtanninottatu our dustomere vteitot New Yore State.,
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And in the following lists which we have selected-with great rare, wili - be found TEAR which
will cult • '
; .E.7.* - t-i.z,..lipody ,- '1.4 'rat os t".i • arid lErvee.y.btscl.v's - Vairsou.,
I. . .
Experience show s that the best are tar the cheapest onactount or their greet strength and
tlavor. The duty ou a pound of gOod tea Is,no more than on an Inferior s,tue. In prdering our
ruatorriere will ple?..se note the auftexed • , . ' . .
:Goo,. to Choice quality. • Sl.OO
Finest Flavor, very highly recommended.. 1.10 Fair_
• • • ' Japan, Uncolored. Good. ......... ...... .
Fair. • ' ......- 4 1.00 Choice qualltY
4.10taL., - -' - • ...“ - 1.101 Finest-P laver, full. Strength, very highly
Choice b quallty.. •:. ... . ... ... L... 1.25 ' ..neeonittiehded
tlnest I. laver, jail at r - eilit . i . a•e?-3 , 7 itTili . ly • ..• . • -., . •.t GurotiVrder; (Grego.) •,
_ recommended • 1e3:5 i -
puirli4 gyiirdifist, (lileek,.l • I Good i...• ... ~ .. ...... .. - ....5......—.e . • 1.40
Fair '.J...... 9Cc. • Choice Quality' •••, .-.1 't, -, 1.60 ,
Good Sl4O ! Fluent Flavor, full•Arength, very highly - '
chotee•Quiditi 0 ........ .... z.. ....--.. 1.10 . recommendoX. ...... ._.......,..,....... ...... .... 1.65
Finest Flavor , fell strengbi. ;:rell — /4 111 Y • '0 ' Mli.e.d, (( or .7apl.z and Mael.) . '
recommended • • 1.0) , Fair
. - . ' 80c... ' '
/rOl2llll 1 511033, (Gram) , . ' P Good.: •
....._:31.00I Choice Onsaity. .:..... ........ -- .• —..51.01t•
.....:, 1.10 Finest. Flavor, tal.eirehilth . ' r : _ry iiliiiii - . •
..... 1.25 I, recommended..., ----....—..-..-...... I.ld
ThIS is an Immense institution of itself, and lb undoubtedly the largest in the country. It is
a fact generally understood that a large proportion of the Coffee Imported Is picked gree n:-and
the pods opened by eztiffelal heat. This Is never so, good as that which ripens naturally, The
coffee buyers of this Tea Company thoroughly understand this, and examine nearly every - cargoof coffee mported to the United Statesood select only the fall grown, tield-lipened. for them..
All the Coffee sold by this Company is ROASTED AND GROUND DAILY, by limn* lees, ma,.
rime its'ainolute purity. and freshness. which they guarantee: The 'Company are roasting ail
th,dr coffee. 0114 new principle, which renders them partictilarly pure. nil acidity being removed
by their precept of cooking , enabling Persons now to take - coffee who have • been . etip•ssrl ,te
continue Its rdn. ' • • •
The are deb* an Velment* tipsiness in their Coffee Department, and selltne more
PL''RE.OO than any other house in the countryi To assist customers to niaking lap their
orders, the/I:Wowing Descriptive List is offered by/he Com with no little pride, as =bre?
clue the largest and,ruest,carehllly seLetted, assortment of ever:opened la'-this country,-
. . LIST OF COFFEES .AND rALE OF- , Pit.A . CE Si
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. Breaktisat ,Con e . !• f i *.--ii, .. .:: : : orkatia ,J# Ms... " •
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Roaste4 and Ground Mixed. , • • ---23 c I 1t" .10 4 i -s--7 - ''' •••- ''''''''
- - -- .• - . I Retard Pure---..,....--.4...-4......•........,
' 1 ',, Old Cii4rarsitilnt Js 1.
_sse I Raw.. .............. -.:-..1.-- . ....- ~—...„..„..Z.....2*
..,..3 0 , , Roasted,— ...- 7 ...........—...v,;..." 7 .---:-,—..b00
- i Ground Puia.—.—......--;,...-.:.....;..:.v , „Kt
• f Best Old Noolui. , - 'c'
----,. - ...r....Z......Z0 i itair.........---.....—..:4:-..-.i..-.:-•...' ..:32•‘
~....„......350 I -.. ......
~....843 I Ototn24 Pu re" . . . -:.--...., -f- - .-••••••• ~..., I,,se
L. H. ItALLL:
Rana Led ......
• NE I I 3E3 30 It it • .
TWa is the true Mele Berry
MIKT.X. OLD GOVERNALENT 4.474;ccirvirE,
' Warranted t e richest flavored, strongest and best Coffee in the wbleb we have the
only lorin the niteol States.
_E3 P lE C I A L
,i. .. .
• AA a /ruttier of convenience le our distance customers *care ertenglinr Withatillablepeiloci
In all parts of the country west of New York State, to set as ouragentesnd dbitaltrute ourgowe
la their locality, at our warehouse price, thereby saving thefrelghtfrota Bust. on. We would like
to liornisPuhd with any gentleman or liWr Who wo al Me Mt eat aa on agents In getting up
clubs. at fair seauninetou allowed agents. Direct sit olden got teituougliemicesto
11,4100 ! W
, itiffiriaN ISM 0011PalirT, 1114 Pa.
trietii Fit C:l.'o Double:
Goods the past . Ten Days.
coLORTID ALPACC-114, 3:?5 ctft, 45 eta, .;O eta, and 6 23-.; eLP
'Three Hundred pieces Eliglish Merit:pia, ieghtyarct;for Only 4.00
oritntat Era CompanVo Double !Volumn,,
: 4 '
Which 1E! the 2 Lnrgefit- in ib'r
SCALE: OF PRICES.
Clortr Ucoffee . - 7D.-epekrtan.eirit.;
75, SO, eont9 and 61.00. fi'hoole Cava
DRESS: =GOODS !
Fifty plecea Cashmere Plaids for3accilta
Thirty plece:s heavy Mohair Melds, 30 cents
Nos. e, and 7 NbBLE BLOCK, Bit&
Finest Flavor, fall strength, vtql; Welly `.7
Elyson, (Green.) ",;
N 0 . T I 0 E.
New York, Ang.lsth MIL
Allow nie to eall your attention to my
PREPARATION OF CrIPIMPOUND 'EXTRACT ,
The oomponent_parts are lIITCHt..
Logo LEAP, CURERS, JUN ER !
MODE or PREPABATIOR.—BtIeuti in vacuo t
Juniper Berries, by distillation, to form a fine ,
gin. Cubebs extracted by displacement by
liquor obtained from Juniper Berries, contal n-
lag very little sugar, a snuilrproport lon of spirit,
and nioreindatable than any-now in use. The
active properties are by this mode extracted.
Buchn as prepared by Druggists generally,
of a dark color. It is a plant that emits Its fra
grance; the action of a tame destroys this (its
active pritickile) leaving a dark and glutinous
decoction. Mine is the color of ingredients.
?The Boehm In soy Preparation 'Predominates;
• th e smallest quantity of the other ingredient
are added; to‘preventlerrnentationt upon In.
spection,, it will be found not to boa TMcture,
a t Made In Pharmaeopcea, nor is If aSy rti p; -•an d
therefore can be asol.ln cases wherede•rer or
innamation exists. In this you have the kri owls
ed H ge o of in th et h in a g t ryeodine w n Mend mode o i f t h pr epa i r a at ion.
that upon meet withyear an l
predation, With a feeling of confidence, .
I am, veu res_pectfully,
H.. T. HELMBOLD.
Chemist and Druggist of 16 Years' Expert
' ence in Philadelphia and now located at
his Drug and Chemical Warehouse,. 594
' 'Broadway, New York. .
From- the largest Munditeturing! Chemist' in
"I am acquainted with Mr. H. . Relmbold ;
he occupied the Drug store op LW my resl
- and was successful in co ducting the
Waimea where others had not been equally so
before him. I have been favorably impressed
with his character and enterpriee - • • •
Firm of Powers & Welghtmen,Msaluketur
• lag Chemists, Ninth and BrowaSM A rldla.
weakness arising from indiscretion. The' alt-•
haunted powers of Nature which are actitunpao
vied by so many alarming symptoms, among
into the enjoyments of society. - -
The Constitution, once affected with Organic
Weakness, requires the aid of Medicine to
strengthen and invigorate the system which
H. Imliold's Extract Dacha invariably does. If
no treatment is submitted to, Cozutnmptirm or
duns peculiar to Females - is unequaled by any
other preparation, as in Chlorosis.or iletentiott.
Painfulness, or Suppression Custotnary Ever
' nations, Ulcerated or Lel:arms State of I.7tertts.
and all complaints Incident to the sex, whether
arising from habits of dissipation, imprudence
' la or the deellneor change in life. -
11111.1MOLD`s FLtiti Ezrascr Boone Axis
PROVED MHZ WASH will radically exterminate
from the system diseases arising from habits of
dlssi nation. at little ex pense,little Or naellange
In diet, no Inconvenience or exposure; corn
pletety taaperceding those unpleasant and
dangerous remedies, Copaiva and Mercnry, in
alt throw diseases. •
all diseases of these organs, whether existing in
male or female, from whatever cause origina
ting, and no matter of how long atanding. 4 It
is plaant in tante and odor. "immediate in
action, and more strengthening than any of the
, preparations of bark or Iron.
Those suffering from broken-down or delicate
• constitutions, procure the remedy at once.,
The refuter mast be aware that, however slight
may be the attack of the above ,diseases, it is
certain to affect the bodily health and mental
The office of the late Patriot and 'Union hav
ing passed tato the hands of the undersigned
they propoSe to supply a tieuum that has long
existed in the newspaper press of interior Penn
From some cause or other the reading =wen
Of the Democratic party of the great interior
I counties of the Mate have been compelled, ei
ther to do without the latest news or patronize
Ijournals whose political sentiments were, dis
tasteful to them.
The Morning Patriot Is Intended to supply
, Its proprietors are determined that:lm effort
Tshellbe spared, on their part, to make it fully
equal, as a news Paper, toanyof its competitors.
Whatever thik electic wires are able to cot:ma
i ramie. up tothe hour of going to prees„ will be
furnlidied in its-columns very morning ; and
r its largwaize will enable It to give quite as much
reading Matter as any of its contemporaries.
As an advocate of sound political sentiments,
favoring no faction; clique or section, but devo
ting its entire energies mote good of tho whole
party . ; as a vehicle Of thelatest news, and a
• Chronicler of pausing e\ eats, we are deterrultn d
It shall not be excelled; and we confidently ap
peal to a ditierimitutting public for that, appre-,
elation and Cncopragemehtwhich are indispen•
sable to sticeeiel.
F'fir the balls, oiip year In advance, 57.00
Six mentos, " • LEO
Coplae, Three Cents. . .
. THE WEEKLY PATRIOT.:
It is the determination of the proprietors 01
the Patriot to make their weekly journal fully
equal to :what.the Fatriot and Union was In its
ysilmiest daye. It will bo abe of the largest
weekly papers in the State, and special penis
will be taken to till its columds with such read
ing matter as will be alike interesting and ttie
fa to the Farmer, the Mechanic mid the Man
of Business, and to make Stan agreeable and,
welcome visitor in every (=By.
• I.'...ve*. nevem should, subscribe to the paper .
printed fu his own county, and we do not mean
urenter into competition with the local papers
of the State, But, many people take their home
paper and a city paper in addition. , ;To such we
• Yell([ greeting:
Single copy, one year —.42 CO
eiz months. 185
Ten copies, one year ..—.23 CO
Twenty copies, one yeas. ' • OU
Fiftyd copies to.one address ) ono 00
Ons bend u lZ 00
All orders should be addressed to
33. N. METRIU4.4 CO.,
, jy2-tf Harrisburg, ps.
While Ren Must Rule America.
Now is the Urns to =bat:ribs for the Best
• . New York Weekly Published..
NEW YORK DAY • BOOK !
pf . , FOR 11361:6.. , .
-, - ..
Devoted to White SupremacyiState Equality
and Federal Union. Thepaperotthepoopie.
A Political NewspaperAlaraily Literary
. Paper. and an Agricultural Paper. Now
is the time to form Clubs. ••
The New York Day Book is an earnest, out-
Spoken and Independent paper, devoted to the
equality, fraternity and proeperlty of the Demo-,
cratto -inane% aud• the defense of the greed
American system of Federated States ' on a
White .basis;• eittablished by Washingto n' and
the fathers of American liberty, It holds that
this glorious Aruericao system of se,lf-govern-
Mg States and botriogeneous ci Ivce ship, which
in sevent,y.years of pea , sand prosperity, never
'shed one drop of-Anierlcan blo d i r er convicted
single citizen of disloyalty, orly taxed
the people one dollitr for its-support„ and might
be safelyesterided over the Whole-"boundless
continent," was 'the beat government on the'
earth, and must be restored"asit was" made by
Washington, or the whole land must needs col
lapse into chaos, anarehy and rain. ,
The Day Book, therefore, demands the resto
ration of the White Itepublic, and as this must
be and will be accomplished either though
their reason, or the blood_ and suffering of the
people, it earnestly labors for the former, and
by boldly grappling with , the errors, lunacies
and crimes of Efkmgreltsm, it strives its utmost
- to save the country from the awful necessities
of the latter. '
The Day Book will, however, hereafter be
! more than ever devoted to all the market purpo•
I sea of *roma paper. Comm-ions that it reach
ea thousands of families who take noother
journal, beyond perhaps Abelr local paperflt
will continua and improve -its "News of the
Week", Summary, so as to present a transcript
of. the World's events In each-issue. DI "Fam
ily Department" will embrace the best original
,; and selected stories. Its "Agricultural Depart
ment" will be fully- sustained, and being the
only paper of Useless made up expressly for
• country circulation, it is confident it is Worth
Isionble the price of-a weekly hurriedly , reprint,
ed from a
doty ' , r : I r t
slues full and complete re
eta: iri 'P rovisions and - Cotton Marketa,
and a Week 'y review of Financial• matters, to
gether.wlth the markets, by telegraph from
New Orleans, Chicaso,Charlestan,PMadelphta,'
Re., .te., up to time of Erolps. to press, , ,
' Term - a—Owl& in Advance. . ,
Onecopy one year x. On
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Five &mica one year, and one to the getter.
up of thfi Flub .
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up of the club - . 2.. —.. .... 17 (0
Additional copies...-., 1,70
Twenty copies one year, and one-to the get-'
ter up of the club ~- ... . . .. - 40 00
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use wherever they ean be advantageously dlr
tributed. and give us the names and post-aloe
addresses ofll who, would be 111tely to sub,
scribe or get u clubs,
AN HORTON it CO, '
No 182 Nassau St.. New York.
.fireenbacks for • Bonds,
EQT.YAL .. TAXATION
If "legal tended'' are good enough Tor the std.
dier, merchant, fanner, mechanic, labor
,er, and all others who pay taxes,
ltuti are good enough for
• rich bondholders.who • .
• pay no taxceL.
TM PITTSBURGH POST,
'nu; only Dehmemtic dally In Western Penn
syNanize; and &that-class newspaper. of
the latest tntelligenco from all parts of the
world, full local and ‘ornmercialtepott‘togoih*
wit'' er vi a'east amount of taisctellantstus matter,
deltse,red to subscribers In /Pittsburgh and
neighboring elites arid teen= at low price of
Mite= Cecil IVrealk b* MIA Zig/18.,
nags a Year.
lalrealatlett larger than any Won- 01 91",sweek 1 7.Pe•
per published in Pettnsylvanla. A large gigot
Pogo PaPer, forty-elght colunituof matter con
tains re lending Odt as publiShed in the
Daily P ost? full rep orts the: doings ot the
Ittunti—„late telegninue, cable, Meal and market
reports, steribuitura4 poetry, stories,. etc., ,
malted to any address at.
TWO DOLLARS A, TEAR, .
Or ?tress ordered in dubs five and crest
t. • ONE DOLLA.II4 AND NV= CRINTIL
Mg. Circulate Ms Post and increAse the Demo
era* lc vote. All ordets must be accompanied
with the cash, and no deSlatlOn• made
from the terns' Orli abcpw. Sptcltnea events
mailed to any addross, free of charge. Address'
the publishers, ,JAS. P. BARK &
mrs'6B. Pittsburgh, Pa..
WANKS ! MAXIM t 'oconpkdo assort
_Fla went of every kind of - Wanks - needed by
Attorney', Just! blee and Business
Wm: for rode at the orr"o
YOB PRINIINO of emery kind; In laze of
mill quaoLltles, plain or colored, done la
tits e, and at moderate ;Week at the
0 0/noot k •
aV - 5LA10041../t eoniplete rustor
ont of every Wad olltlardia needed by
Ye, Justices, Constables and Baldness,
'Maw tarsals st do Observer QS*
TUB Illttnizio of etery- • luta, ha large or
• man qoatittfles. plain or* gored. doze Obsomir
o d of..zoodaniukmikop. Vie
PitOSI 3 MCTU . S.
HALL & WARFEL,
•WFIOLL.,ALE AND REITAIL.
ALSO. IMPORTI4RB OF
FREfNCH • WINDOW;
Aiul Photographic Glagi!
630 State &rein, Erie, Oil.
We have lately received another large In
voice of FRENCH GLARE, dhect frogs the
fianntacturers In Europe, making our present
supply the hugest In any house west of New
Yolk, Our ston - k La store
Embraces Nearly . Every Size, both of
Dealers and other's in want of Glass will FA
VOR THEIR INTERESTS brextuninlng our
Large .sandfrz , prices before .bune-
a of Syi
ingle end Daub Strength
Glow Imported expressly - for HOUSE AND
STORE I , IIONTS. The Sup .rjor quality of
French Olass overall other kinds in 'ELEA it-
NIMIS,STRAIGHTNESS, BRILLIANCY AND
STRENGTH Is roily admitted, end the Tritlinif
Excess In price over American is of NO At
COUNT; considering its betterqina.ltiet In ev
A liberal discount made oh lobbing lots- to
• AIERICAN GLASS.
We have allies large aidock.of American Glass
of '4 , lngle and Double strength. which we are
selling at. low Rates, both In " , jobbing lots to
dealensand In retell pareeLs tomtit buyers.
Paints, (His, Varnishes, Ate.
1. Ibis department we keep well' supplied
with every article used In the Planting Line,
from a harrow to the finest house Included.
The quality of these articles F not• excelled;
and warare selling at lowest tuarlcetrnle4.
Dye Woodocand Dye HMO.
In this class of goods our stock Is extensive
and complete, Including the !Leanne dyes, and
we.are otnring strong Inducements both to
Wholesale and Retail buyers.
Drags, Medleizies, ChemteaLs, ae.,
Our stock of Drugs, Chemicals, Patent 'mew-
Perfumerietc Toilet Articles, and 311scel
'anions Goods Is extensive, having frotn,long
experience been bought with much care; and
the public can depend upon finding the largest
stock of the kind to Western Penn'a., which
we are selling at close figures either in whole
or broken packages. janitAirn.
J.. E. ASHBY & CO.,
W holeaale sna zeta I
- . STATIONERS,
Blank Book ManufatetumrA.
Magazines, Music nuoks, den., lx,uud iu any
style desired, and Li the neatest and 0.
AR Wads of Rail Road, Commercial,
MANN'S COPV ING 1300 K-14,
And Paper id' all tilzea on hand !)r made
„ • to order.
RITMO OF ANY - Particular PATTERNi
Dime with neatness afid dispatch. •
N 7 lO CI S
OF ALL.KINDS ON HAND
Anuiliis branches. dime toarder
ucathesa and dispatch
• S. F.. ARIIRY & CO.,
te t reet, %light's Block. Erie. Pa
The . New York Sun,
An Independent Daily Newspaper, political
and general, giving all the News in a fresh, read •
able, attractive manner, condensed so that a
Mildness marl - can find time to read the whole.
Charles A. Ikuta, Editor and Manager. Prise fa
a year,ll,so for three months.
TEM WEEKLY BUN.
Prepared with great care for country subscri
beta. Political news thoroughly kcontlerusek
Farmers' Club fully reported. -Markets accu
rately given. Horticultural and Agricultural
Department edited' by Andrew S. Fuller. Great
variety of interesting miscellaneous muting,
snaking It a Erst-rate GENERAL FAMILY
NEWBPAPEIL Those who wish for a thor
oughly sellable paper for the pending most Dn.
portrait Presidential Campaign, will find THE
'WEEKLY RUN efactly what they need. Price,
$1 a yeari 20 coplea . ,Mono address, ; becopies
to one address,437,so; ZOO copies to one address
THE SZICIAVEETCLY BEN:
game site and character as the WeeklY, but
furbishing twiceus much read matter and
giving the news with greater ness. Great
pains will also be taken in making up the polit
ical news of the day for this paperi so that the
reader, whatever he his politics, will find the
SEMI-WFRtfir.Y SUN to be an - accurate' and
comprehenve compendium that lltil infor
mation. i ntam, we mean this shall be
the most valuable campaign paper in the coun
try. Price, $2 a year; 10 copies to ono address,
118; MI copies to one address, 835; 59 copies to
one address, 180: always in advance. Address,
ttitYZ-Chy., THE PUN New York City.
Life Insurance Co.,
Asmets, - Vee. 1, 1867, . _ $1,286;390.24.
Buyv.u.o, IN. Y. IBGS. •
This certifies that we, the undersigned. have
examined into the merits of the SECURITY
'LIFE INSURANCE: COMPANY, and believe it.
to be sound, reliable and equal to the beat in,
'Sidney Shepard A Co., Wholesale, hardware
A. F. Tripp, firm of Sidney Shepard A . CO:
Simons.* Maley, Commission Merchants. •
Dudley's CO., Oil Refiners. i
E. P. Burke, Farmers' * Mechanics` Nat.•l3anlr
G. A. Williams, • " si
J. 0. RobsonA Goldsmiths' and Jewelers. •
Simon Neff Boot and Shoe Dealer.' • •
lA Cm7Y.Supt. Foreet. Lawn Cemetery. -
George F. Lee Attorney and Counselor.
Cyrus P. 100; ale Co. Savingi Sank.
Joseph It. FaireAdld,llegister in,liankruptey. •
• AU persons desiring Inattranee.Will.do well to
eall oh . ••„ • , • • •
.• . .„ ,
M. M.- , 31001tE Erie ;;- Ta'
, Geo:ma' Aiwilscese.mter4
anik'Sil.tf. • • • •
:Aimee P. Crook, having taken hie tan, Jas.
deras a partn,
name the Ist day of Aprli, lata,c
the erns of James P. Crook & Bon, de
sires to have a settlement otirik, old accounts.
All persons knowing. themselves indebted to
him are requested to can and settle without de.
lay.' , •
JAMES P. CROOK & SONY'
Nam' In '
ROUGH & PLANED LUMBER,
- - And • Montana:mesa of • •
lATINDOW SAEIT:PIiA3II.I I / 4 DCORS & WNW.'
Moulding,, and Picket Fence, gerolifikwhig;
ithitcblng and Planingdone to order:
- t3lloll..oll•lPcraPh -
Beta/eon Yourtblizakilfili Ste., Erie, Pi. ;
WQ reepectirdlY,ddi the attention of the'
'He to oar facilities mr doing work in the heat of
style. promptly and on reasonable terms.
tittw up entirely newabope, with in=
machinery we feel ockalideat of giving
Uon. Orders from abroad will receive prompt
mv2rei-tr. JAMg9 P. - CROOR hSCA
• . . .
.ALE xamwrity !
, ‘GFECP..: .113A1M166,
POrtnerli with 'l:katlieut it Baker loOlif4r,
paving . Wien tfie well known Brewery o
giZiA below ,
Vortneili centupled' by Wm.' Utak woullt:
lona firs,oldseqriulatoncnit laid the' publfq" •
rally that he IS now *ming a very superior
Quality ord3e.. /lota his tang ezisirlenni gad
tadiritiOneees,tm Ss fatly preiwroS toWsitiut
twat of satisiiintion.• Dealers lifeldirttect to•
(711ilif s• • (Mg; Z.
Alum & Dry Plaster
Ate most desirable: for quality,
finish 'and price.
cannot be Sledged! •
Cannot be Wedgedl
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send fora catalogne to
MARVIN 4k. 43(0
(oldest rare maticesetarers)
(265 Broadway, New York.
Principal 721 Chestnut St.o Phila.
Wareboueee 108 Bank'St., Cloveland,O
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout the
Having purchased the Interest of the Wins.
'Vlncenta In the ,
FLOUR AND TEED' ,BUSINEf3&
Of the late Arm, want/ 'respectfully - solicit a.
mutt/nuance of favor from the .friends and pa
trons of the hones, and the public in general,
pledging himself that be will avail time!' try to
sell good and reliable
Veed and Gai:ain
At the lowest"priee for cash In land. Front MY
long mtplerience in this branch of the trade,
Oust I know what the publfe demand, and that
lem prepared to meet, that want. ,
Returnhmzmy thanita .. to the. public for their
'Werra patronage Intim In the' past, I hope by,
strict atTention to nay business and their wants,
to Merit a eoritinuance of their patronage In the
4 , • •
THE MILLING, FLOUR, FEED,
" AND ORA nv -IftTSTIC ESP.,
*Will be continued, in all its departments, at the
ERIE MILL, PARADE STREET,
--' awl the iitore,
Between BroWn's HOicl4lld /iced House, 7. ,
Where the public will ands wild stock always
for sale, with competent 'and polite men on
hand to supply their wants.
H. It I/AVE/MICH. '
GI-. P. I:lA_NTIfil
• liras removed to Whittich's Block, turner of
State and Teuth Streets, Erie, Pa., where he
has opened a
LARGELY INCREASED STOCK
Or Groceries Fruits, Vegetables, * Previsions
and every - thing usually kept in a drat-class
grocery establishment. We are determined not
to be surpassed, and invite all who want any
thing in our line to call, feeling assured that we
shall be able to give satisfaction both as to qual
ity of wesis and prices.
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
We have opened a
COMMISSION DEPARTMENT ,
Po which we ash the attention of those having
Produce to dispose of. We pledge ourselves to
secure the highest market price for all articles
entrusted to our care.
DEALERS IN THE ADJOINING TOWNS,
And on the Lines of Railroad,
F.111:11T13, VEGETABLES, ETC.
J. W. AYRES, .
Wholesale and Retail
Dealer in Furniture !
Havingt, purchav4l the entire stock of Furni
ture of Messrs. Moore A. giblet. I respectfully
ask my old customers and the public generally
to give me a call at the old stand,
NO. 715 STATE STREET,'
Before purchasing elsewhere. I have a large
assortment of .
Parlor, Chamber and Bed Room Seta l
BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS, TABLES,
And, In fact everything lathe line of Furniture.
I am prepared to raanufacture to order any style
that may be called for. Remember, No. 7i3
State street, east side, between -Seventh and
anZll7-if. JOEL'S W. AYREH.
GREAT RED - UCTION
IN PRICES 2
. . .
Hareem' and similar Mag azines. at •75' cents
• • .1 • .
and sisulkir Magazines, at MAO per
andgasper'* Fran* Leelte's papers, at 22.25
per 3T,!•1". •
, • •
• - are aLsoi4sting and issuing •
- • ..
-13 'ELBo ok:
titian 4 over Keyncirie
nee i3tnts,and ah streets; ' • orouis.. •
(3 0 x, VA-:.T-4, 2 an".‘
DESIGNER' & DEGORILittE ARTIST
Neatest, Cheapest, and Beat Sign Painting West
of New York . City„
Parlors, iiwlle , ChuTehe fa. &0..
• . Presiaiediti t4arkaatest atYle of tlie art. , ,
Qenefat Dadirnin&Mralliag ModeMft trie
Patent, °Mee. and every deeerippon_ et Ores reentalTidnting executed phila3pti.y.' Ronan!
Farrar 8a11,A704 woad door , rawer-IL
Tb , t4eati[iatt Maas.:
I% am, nOw prepared to fu h conatatat
, plotroient to all 'chums aaaatttt their houses, far
fht4trp ranger= new. Uill3tand
Profitable. - Ftftreentt to le 'per 'evening le *w
ally earned.and the WO arid eincoorn.2
an much aa Hien. Oreat loduoaruenta ert
Erred. • AU what see this nom° . pleees-nend , me
pelt uuldreu, and tea the -business °far them.
ivlvel. If not well aatisEeda pa7ll - for .
metroohle at wilting to wie.- - PtaU,partiettlank
mt . free.. Barnale sent brutall to /events. .
Addrsoa X. C. ALLEN, Apirnsta;lfe. 'Jamie
filif lOW it* tatArgst
GET TOUR f9K,IRT A3
Kew York Hoop Skirt HanafactOry
1004 Mato- Street. Fate, 1N!...
Ladies'. - MisseSl' and• Children's
'loop Skirts of Styles
Constant!) on hand
Ladles can have their- !loop
. Skirts made to
order, so that they will fit, and have no trouble
whatever. The New York Itooprtlittrt Factor/
have experienced hands in both otir utandfac
luring and repairing departments.
all our Skirts are made or the Beet of Flezl
bie isteel and Materiel-
Our Skirts are so constructed that the sPrilags
fold Inwardly, and readily yield to' the slightest
pressure, thus allowing them to callapee so that
the skirt occupies the smallest poselble space
while sitting, riding or in passing a crowd, and
'yet the moment the pressure is reams ed,,Alte
eltirt resumes its original and beautiful shape.
We do a I sell these famoutt Skive at half
price, but sell them as cheap, if not cheaper,
than any other place in Erie.* Ladles who can
not afford to buy Skills every little while can
have their old ones repoired for a mere trifle
W Be sure to visit thesNeW fork Hoopstkirt
Manufactory before purchasing elsewhere.
Country merchants will do well to give UM a
call. NATHAN COHEN,
Sueeegsot to A. F. Cohen & Bro.,
dee2l No. 10%4V;tate street;Flrle. Ps.
• Cor. of Penn and St. Char Streets,
,The Largest, Cheapest and most Suecessfal
Practical Business College
U THE UNITED STATER.
Fifteen Thouiand Studen94
From. nifty - Three States In Ten Yam
FOR LARGE QUARTO CIRCULAR;
Contalnl i nfhi t Td i uf gn owg:n n , f oji n t w ill444 Course
Piemium Penmanship ,
VLew of the College Building, llffetent De
partroehts, City of Ylttßborgh, rte., etc., address
SMITH d 2 ccvssa - .. - mw. ---
:~ ~:]y,', f:'
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
691 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
is - it/ it.. srlostloa a. tbs Troia to Ittotr est/salvo lissortmn.t ee: MI
Slays..( •t.o.t ras ,alaostitet, mossfaalsro sat eseareartsi
Wo pabost sow resr Maass/ osk,ses a 6teitosto7.:* Vlowls
litssik. ; .111. - ,..1 Cs., Cabo, ,
C Iti.on I Central tart. Nit Cassals.
NI :a/s.; Trmtas ts,lo, • Vecrtse/S.
Wk.., alrento,. I Ortat W. , -. I Tie £54..,
W4...5 , .... N 2 . 4 . ,.. • , Ck.se.
&Mans, , Dolsersrs. ; Isms.
Was roast I lastloilsnt , :ta, ' SAlsst. to . to.
Oat Itipertod Vitas mlassis • Wt. ..g.t...t. iSolatti it..
asleast pro-Sart... qt la, a init.., 41 F. Italsco, ;An). ass
Wet stunt pitatocrspltsts, oss/Istlas it
totter(...!, 'I I ?Oct/. 1
Ilkts. I ire'ster.
ry r.noasa ; ranap.,., I
Puts. I O•notzat I
taglasi. ; •satt s.
Ikesttudo i /,..7.
II pale, I Me real...W:4
Taaarsna. , l'aarataee...•
a t cusd. I.• pp..
try.lal i et:Ae., 1 f
T. r• I . 13.4.. 4.... 4.
THE LANDS OP TEE Bums..
• *ow awl latssetif *televise oat*. Lias,ll*..l**2•o4 TrtoA.
rat Core.* mei *rim. We a* Illes **lmes lent.* Anent%
.. 111:11111[1111 OW* if CWS. , or Ire 'tun wiesei4l
menace, Avalefee Pl*, Benda of I lola 0 I-11 Plholegraohle
'nee.* Diritartlase. the Mae. UV Illetalazd. Wet*. se:
•1717.011C0PL1.-9•• maim . taetat• •••7 4el. ..60.n • 1••••
met el Mu kW. Hp. St 114 10.01
raOTOGRAPRIC •LlWllli.—Oat Masahes. et algal (a sal
tat wu thaarbra u. r ovary so ratanf to watt; sal lasay Vil at
V l es &ED ar ma* to rigr wen sedl at, arta ar
Mm Mw aba aka. Ilzra• shool4 c.l tall
wet Ware =Lag ttar
Thsaa belartral ►t M... that wear ie Ort/serastaftrart
Paw..., at out rate their root tetrare 'array bra
trt 0.1 .
Learra. wttw Vlarula sc:t as 4 top trsa• r ma
E. &H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
501 BROADWAY, N. Y.,
Importers euvl Staters of Pbotegrobio-Mateztals
GERMAN SAVINGS INS rtuTION,
Corner Eighth and State Ste.,
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Thu Institution is now open for the twit:taxa
tion of butane,.
Orrice BOURSI: 9 A. 11. to 4 P. Si.
SATCUDAYS: i A. Si. to 8 P. Si.
Rix Per Dealt. Interest 47111. be Given by this
Institution to Regular Depositors.
J. Elchenlaub. P. A. Becher. 'F. P. Ltebel,
F. ticl2nelder. John Genshelzaer.
F. Schneider; Secretary.
~ V . 11.130 31A11,13:X..E. WORKS.
K. A. DUNNING,
No. 1018 Peach Streit § between 10th and
klkth, P.shr, Pa.
Nnzinizrektso t9nibitones, and
inatetantleS* , &e... :
1 have on toad a large aiiiitnieni.
meats Anil headstones ..warions leg; in •
American and Italian. triarble;• and a cons of
*the bottWorkmen in the state. Ail orders will
be promptly attended to and Satisfaction guar-,
an. Hy work is warranted unsurpassed.
and I cannot be undersold by =tone- , Ohtani
and Initection,or stock and prices epiiclteda
AGENTS VAMM2:I' FOR
Secrete oecthe, Great.
A Wink •desetiptive. of the. Virtues and
the Vices, the , Mysteries; Miseries .
attd,Crintris orlorewYOrk ty. -
IF YOU wish krknow how (Plumes ate " •
and Tort- n a day ; how Shrewd Alen °re
started In Walt Street ; how Countrymen are
swindled hYPiliarpers; how 311bl:dens and ger
chards are _Blacknamed ; how Dance Halls and
Concert Saloons are managed; how Derailing
Rohs& mad+ Lotteries are -conducted; -how- tock - and ,01.1 Corapanles °Agnew- , and koW
the BiAbles Thirst, read this work. It'contalits
V" earaighlire : tells l about the Miller
ed mea of New. and la the spiciest
and Cheapest work of Y or k
PRICE OlfiX MO PER tory.
Bend for'Cliculano and see our twins, and
rs full description of Unworn: Address RiNES
111101 REA CO. Philadelphia, Pa. _.
CAUTlON.—lnfettor works Oa almltaiChar
antyr are belnactreulated. Bee that ,the tizta
yon bur coatalula fine away - Lao and- soh at
=NM eQPY: .• tabll-2w
*NTS WA/ in Pon.
NigliSeenes in the Bible:
BY REV. PANIEE MAReff,
Mioll FULIs free s Rowing, clear, s p arklin
.L ,pure and Graceful sty le; for poet/view, g
for beauty of thought and rich glowing
MittOn; for nice analysis of character, g ra — p r,
deilneatfomi and rim simollinbip; for life.iikt
pictures. glowing WOODs raid 4 ppy 1/luntri, -
nous, this work [nn; no count. Atom connn.l
del ions tie the titsove,haver been receive.] 4
Bishop. Simpson. Rey. Albert homes ;.„
p or t er , ha], LLD. W. A. St, arm', D. 13 ;6, ,
Dna I:minimal], U.P., 1. V.P. Wile; L, b.,
ttel W.4 - ladher, mat. and leadin g ,
and toe press of ail denominations.
for circular containing the ti.kine. Aq. u q are
ever) where meeting with unpurallt
It Is a most brautittal l Yl li nstroted-a?" 1 ' tra , lit_
lY Cound honks and Pleases evers l, o4.
Commission*, *lOO to $2OO per mouth .
"Itk -- C - iirillng to abLlity and ettergy. Atidre u
zw,ol,r,g; meta:mil( , u
Philartelhhta, Pai,cittettinat I, 0., Ch If!
Or St. 41.1. fet,ll-za
Guardians' Sale. -
Ely Vila-L*l'ot aq order of the Orplianv
D Court ot 'Erie Otinitty,Albere will he
wi t twinkle, on Fitt DAT. ftb, Ise),
l eciticjE, p. en., at Drake.* =Au, War tin. po em
Dee , hereinafter described, -Fe
,tntereeta, by bluintliana aneenognen land
tadanee b' the adult owners of ,the
~,keberibeid real eatate, lying, being and sitta.,
the township of Washington, tennis of
:Erie, and Annulled-on the-North by
Lefever Mottlandis of Chanel; on the
hind of Taw; on the Sonth by Enunty lan a d,
Join Ine part of sante pleeeilit Crawford
and West by land of- Henry Grim; and
tattling $5 acres More ot tens. being pan, or 1 ,
acres art apart:to thy belts - of-John
Writ of partition in the tir Whims Court of ersi.
ford county, at Nu. 20. April Term, 1%3. Utriz
which there are 60211 e improvement, a n d
able timber.. 'The tin =CO of said niece, t.,1„,
. 16 3 acres adjoining; In Craillind county, win
sold at the aurae issue.)
TEitint.-One-third of-t_ purchase
hand, onc=lidril in One year. and the
In two years. Deferred mei/tato oi...trut h !
by approved senility, with - interest, p a , a b,
annually. Poises...ion given Ito medlately. •
WILLIAM J. CLPAILENs,
Guardian of Xerxes tiring. who tuna one..sim
undlV hied Inter 6d In said land.
Guardian of Hiram Legran, -Lemuel Dada ,
Thomas Lecortea and Andrew
tiro.s, who have, a.four-flfteenth
'fled lhterest in said din& •
11. di. PruX.Lorr, Attorney, Meadville.—fb4.3
A.uiltorl zeal. Capital - 13500,000.
triTAL-- PAID MiXO.OO3.
THE SECOND NATIONAL BANN -
opened for hi:minim on
MONDAY; DECEMBER. ani, 1881,
In the banking office Itoccupiedby thr
Bergh/AA/Vs Bank. Brown's Bonding. unriii-eso
corner of State street and public Park.
W 11. L. scori. Prest.. Wid. C. MUM. Cat.
Dea WMers.. L. ikitYTT, of Arm of J. Hearn & go., Co‘
JOE.I. /STARTER, of Arm of Belden, t
GEO. J. MORTON, Cord Dealer.
W. S. BROW ,N Agent Buffalo & Erie R. R.
JOHN C. BURGESS, of firm of Clemenk.,Cautc•
ey & Burgess, 117bolesale Grocery...)
0. E. CROIJCII, of firm of Crouch sc Bro., Floca•
M. BARR, of firm of Barr. Johnson ,b Sea.
man, Stove Manufacturers.
F.p. FAMtAR, of Ann of Gray & Farrar,
J. DREISIGAKER., Grocer. della
Boarding ,and Sale Stable,
Corner of French and 7th Sts.
•(SHE SItSCRIBERS having taken the &WA.
I lately occupied by Wenner & Johnsen,'
wonid Inform the public that they have par.
' ESTIRELY NEW STOCK -
of Horses, Harness and Carriages, and are pre.
pared to give perfect satisfaction to all who nay
favor them with a call. We have the best stale
in Northwestern Pennsylvania.
tny2i-tf BRECUT BROS.
FOR 061111 4 111 r L
(Ll'densed by the United States Authorities: -
I - I BEAT O.7N.TE DOLLAR SAL.E.;-liry and PA
cy. Goods, Silks, Woolens, Cottons, Carpet.
Ings, Boots and Shoes, Silver-Plated liars,
Watches, sewing Machines. Cutlery, &c., to tw
sold at the average price ofsl.oo each. Our com
missions or clubs exceed those of other mitb
lishments,and our goods are warranted to give
satisfaction.. Clubs of ten and upwards recebt
articles valued at from 83 to $/OB+ New drerlia:
and full particulars sent free.
N. B MOM:MAK & CO,
novl3-3m. 40 Hanover St. Jioston Msss.
JAJS E.:cut pi:cowl-I.ER%,
State Street, °Nast te Brotzt's Hotel, have
the largest assort/neat of
Eye Glasses and Spectacles
:Ever brought to this market.
We , would call'specially the attention of tin
public to our ilikeritO•TEMPErtED
which we warrant not to break, and will gives
new pair for every broken one returned. '
Also, on hand a large . assoitznent of Scot tkh
Pebbles, Glaasea to Rubber, Steel, Shell
and Gold Frames.
We Can snit Every Sight
Ault warrant to give perfect satisfaction in
every way. decl7-tf.'
aw Mill for Sale.
y-plir. undersigned offer at private sale their
1 Valuable Saw Mill property on Walnut
Creek, upon the McKean road, about six milts
from Erie, 'The Mill runs bp- water power, iY
double geared, was built new three years ago,
and is in good order throughout. The Mill has
a large patronage and-a in one of the best k
cations in the county - - Fourteen acres ,of land
! are attached; with the water privilege. There
are twogood-Frame Dwelling Houses and
Barn On the premises: Theplace' Is' Ss capital
situation for a Grist Mill
ra being on an ea ten
rely traveled road, and In a rich agricultural
section: For - further particulars address the
undersigned at Erie, Pa., orsee th em personally
on the premises DEBLITJ & GEIST.
- DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.
THE DISTRICT 'COURT of the Dalt&
States, for the Western District) of Penn:a
Walter S. liakne, &bankrupt under the Act of
Congress of March 2, 1867, having applied for a
discharge from all his debts and other claims
provable maim' said Act, bylorder of: the Court
notice Is hereby given to all persons who have
proved their debts, and other persons interest
ed to appear on the 7111 day of Jan. 1868, at 2
o'clock, P.M.. before 8. E. Woodrnff, Esq., Reg
later, at his office . In Erie, Pa., to show cause, if
any they have, why a discharge should not be
granted to the said IsankrUpf. Andflarther
tice Is hereby given, that...act second and third
meetings`of creditors of the said bankrupt, re
quired by the 27th and 28th sections of said act,
will be had before the said Register, at the same
time and place.
S. C. Mc:CANDLES: 4 I
Clerk of C . S. District Court forsallt District
LADIELS who suffewfroru weakness (term, the
back and of the limbs, with bearing-doxn
pains, so it is with difficulty that they can
stand or walk erect, can be relieved at once,
and radically cured bytweartug Aim* FRENCH
SUPPORTER, anew and elegant device, ne‘er
before known hr used in this country. For fu!
information. call (Irwin or address ivith stamp.
E. J. FRASER, ti. P..
sep24-tf , Erie, Pa.
% . olissitary lilliskraptcy.
'rills is TO GIVE NO r/VE that on the Oth
day. ocian..., A..D.,118.1, a warrant in 'Lai:.
ruptey was issued against the estate of Sy IN anus
H. Hill, of Corry, Erie county, and state ..t
Penns3lyamm.who has been adjudged a bank
rupt on his own petition; that The payment kd
any dents and delivery otnnv property beton g•
lug SO him, for his use, and the transTer of any
property by Min are itirbidden •by law; that a
meeting or the creditors of said bankrupt. to
prove ihelr'debts and to choose one or mere
Assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court
of Bankruptcy, to be boldha at,Sllll,Ol2lCe of the
Register, in the city of Erie, Pa., b.!fore S. E.
Woodruff,EnCl ~Re&j.erktis a ixid, D jstrlet on the
'Ztit day-oflZ a 'ffIOSIXFI A. nowtrr,
U. S. Marshal. Messenger ,
By (1. P. Davis, Dept. U. b. Marshal.
[Licensed by the . United States Government
GOOD = NEWS
, FOll. CONSUMERS OF
Staple and Fancy Goods,
=ROM:MOUT THE COUNTRY.
HARRINGTON dr. CO.,
OF FIFTEEN years' standing as Jobbers and
Retailers of the abovewods, in Boaton Lind
vicinity brave concluded to offer the people of
the whole country the advantages of their re•
impertations and agencies for American
mamnfactorieN through the popular ONE POL
Otir Premium List to Agents, and Exchange
List for Agents sad patrons, are -not. eetiall' 4
by any house in the country. • Best New Tort
' • • Boaton references given when required.
.Sent for free Citcular. Bannucurros a co.,
P. . Box Atz ,„ Bummer SL, Boston.
' 44ailabitesitibi'is Notice.
ETTEESI of Administration on tint estate a
James O. Jackson, decd, late of Erie City,
Laving been_ granted to th e Undersigned ,
notice is hereby. given to gat Indebted to the
same to Make, immediati payment, and those
having claims against said estate wilt preient
them; duly authenticated for 'settlement •
. • JOBS W. HA YS,
Erie, Jan. 7,431 Mir - Administrator.
Tars is TO °I'VE NOT= that on the 6th
I day of Tien„ D.. 1340, a warrant, in back
ruPftelf was: hamedfskainsilhe estate Of 13 F.
Sloan.of Erie city, Erie (~a nd State of l'enas .
Vanla, who line ad4cdged a bankrupt on
his own petition Vtliat the , payment .df ant
'debts and aeliVelTOPany'property belonging to
Wm, for his tate, and the transfercif any PfuPo'
ty by him are forbidden by law that u meeting
of the - creditors otsald bankrupt, in prove ttit!ir
debts and to choose one or more Assignees of
his estate, will be held at a Cann of BatOiniptcY.
Übe holden at the orrice of the Register In the
city of 'Erie, Pa.,_before' 13, E. Woodruff-,
Register' in said District, on the Zth
Feb., A. 11., isce at 9 Welock, A.-M.
- 4'..1011A8 A. ROWLEY,
1L S. Marshal, memeDger.
By G. P. Davis, Dept. tr. S. Marshal.
111011LANfla .1: WANKS —A complete assort,
LS meat, of every kintUof Blanks, needed by
Islionteys, Jostroes c Oatuita" Mee and Busloess
Mon, for sale et the O'Dwyer office.
PIUNTING • of livery ce..
quanUtteklilsdn or colored. done_
Ilse best stylkrind wolerste plea. lib 6
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