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ILocte & cfro.io Double Qolumn.
GREAT PANIC IN NEW YORK
1= earful Breakdown in the Prices of Dry
Goods the past Ten Days.
LOCKE & COMPANY,
tai notify the public that they have hoodlit an initniiise quantity of FIRST CLASS Dry
bloods. ..VERY CHEAP ,:enee the recent DitEAKDoWN in tin" Eastern 3larket, and ore now offer
ig them at much lower pricesliubt any other store. .oar intsineQs is done. strictly on the
400 TN - 1: J' IR' IC F 1 1P -A. l‘f •
:.111tAs to till, Judgi•N or not
r[l , o: no ;;nods cr prter , ; lint what We are'abh, to'show when you 1, - -hitt Ou;:store
, t . MMMn
Iteatt the fullowiug prieek; carefully turd judge foryourscdves
I: :1,4 Brown Munains
l'ard wide and fine
" ant heavy.....
inches fine and heaVY
ca-cs Meat:bed Muslin
, " Yard wide
• " and fine.......
FINEItED, BLUE AND GREY FLANNELS . ; RUM UNDER PRIbE..
-, WI Flannels of every width anti quality, VERY CHEAP. Heavy al4rting Aan
at II cents. . •
Three billytred plee ~ •x Cassiikteres tcl 50, 6214, 7.1, SO, S-1 eClittillild SEW. These (lasi!
uierrv:ire 1'h:1:1' I'll E-11:
lleavy D,avers Cur Over Coats, MUCH UNDER DRILL.
rak WE. • 411 C • N.l - I •
Fire hundred Whitt: Red Spread.; from 51.75 to $3,50 each.' These goods are'halt price
DRESS GOO,DS! DRESS GOODS!
FT. \ I.P ci • :;;!, e t,, 'Wet..., I" ? et... • ets., and 75 cis
qq,l . 1 • eN, :tn.! 57!..:.;
Otte !toothed pL•rrs tast.mero P 1... worth :so) evil INcior
i4 . eventy-iive pieces English So ge Dress cioisls, 25 cents
red p k•—u. -w...1 coda e 1., " 871 , • c Ci
Fifty pieces Empress Cloths, 75 cts, 87% ets, and $l.O .
'111; nIN \ I (Rs.sis seen , ppr,hased at the late New York auctions, at about ONE-HALF the
usual prier. are all warranted perfect and first-class goods.
File Hundred pair White Ithinketg,, Good quality, $4.00 and $5.00 per Pair:
LINEN NAPKINS, TAELE lANENs, TOWELS, CRASH, ULler Price,
CI,OAKINGS, CLOAKINGS, CLOAKINqS
MY. pieces , Eleetro Tapestry Carpeting, 50 & 621 Cts
• me •tbnye sue only a few of the many bargains we nat•e. t tar stock Is full and complete in
pa rtment. Should any one after reading fhb; adverthement, have doubts In regard to
h'e elwap net,: of our goods, let theta call with rots ml:t•rllsement and Judge for themselves.
A at vat many of these goods are ch,aper than t'h.y ba%e l*en for thy past ten years.
Remember the place, the only t)\ 1? ?Hari: I)ItY 600IN'ATOPY. in Erir, where all goods at
all times are , ..ld at
NEW YORK WHOLESALE PRICES
Oriental 'Cm (Compantfs Double (Column.
\ IEAS AN - D COFFEE
BY THE SINGLE POUND, AT CARGO PRICES.
A Say* of One-Ralf to OntAhird
The Great Tea Company of Boston,
Which is the Largest in the World,
W , m/#I esptettiO y Inform the citizens of Erie and surronncWnv, country, that they
have leased the Store,
No. 5 NOBLE BLOCK, ERIE, PA.,
Att.! nax tined It up Ii tiriental style and are now prepared to tarnish every one with prime
Teas and at I argo Prices. Onr store In Erie Will be known us the •
WESTERN ORIENTAL TEA COMPANY !
It is generullymnderstood that Tea Is retailed for a larger advance on its original cost than
any other article In Ihe long list of household stores, which may be partially accounted. for by
recollecting TM& (MEAT NOMEEE AND IMMENSE. AMOUNT OF PROFITS which accumu
late on it between the cultivation in China and Japan, and the consumers here,
American commission Ifouse.there; the Imp*. rter, the Banker who furnishes the exclaim :43 ;
the middle men or speculators: the wholesale poem., mid the retailer. Each of these make
large, and many of teem enormous pronts, nom Y. inch It 14 evident that the consumer is com
pelled to pay many times the original fo , it pure article, or forced to use an adulterated or.
It is fritha View to remedy thts t ;41g:tittle enterprise Wes fortni4 over a year ago
which has been a perfect saccess, and a e eintired to open a Store In Erie, an that we may
I•etter aceont atodate our cos tomen. West of Ike iv Vora State.
I•;Ycrybaicty'ri Taste and Everybody•) Vurso.
Fs pc+ temr shows that the best tire (ur the cheapest on ueeollut of their great strength and
11.tc•'r. The duty oil a pound or good ten is no more than ou on Inferior one. )1/ urderina our
on , honei. Wiil vlease note t he unneXed
00101. g t . Black. ,
1 '„, I r - , . . . . '4lv,
11110 k to t.1ytit,141.1.' , 11..V. ( L M)
1.1/7e51 /la% or, 1. ei) highly rec.:mumn.l4 - . 41. . I.lii.
Fair El.loJapan, Uncolored. Un0d....... 115
.il.uu ; Choice ‘l.ua l ity.,l.4o
1.10 ; Murat 4 Laval'. full ',transit), very highly
1.2:i roman mendedl.so
Gunpowder, :Green.) '
Fille , t r, lavo lull 5 , rensub, very highly
English Breakfast, tB/ack.4 ; Good
—. at, - Choice Quality
...$l.OO Finest Flavor, full stiength, very highly
1.10 recommended 1.65
Mixed, (Green Or Japan and 211141-)
i Fair- 80c.
Choice Quality .41.0 e
1.10 Finest. Flavor, full strength highly
.... 1.25 i recommended I.lb
Coffee Pe - pa.rtment.
This is an immense institution of itself, and is undeubWdly the largest in the country. It Is
a fact generally understood that a large proportlon of tin Coffee imported is picked green and
the pods opened by artificial beet. Thls - ls never so good as that which ripens naturally. The
torte,• buyerspf this Tea CompanY thoroughly understand this, and examine nearly every comer
of coffee imported to the United States, and select only the full grown, field-ripened, for them.
Ali the Cotlee sold by thls'Cotnpany is ROASTED A:ND 0119UND DAILY, by themselves, insu
ring its absolute purity and freshness, which they guarantee. "The Company are =gusting ail
their coffee on a new principle, which renders teem particularly pure„ all acidity being removed
by their process o r coo kin g , enabling persons now to take coffee who have been obliged to Alto
eon ti nue lta use.
The Company arc doing an immense business in their Coffee Department, and selling more
PURE COl , l FES than any other house in the country. To asstd. customers In making up their
orders, the following laqteriptive List is offered hylhe Company with no little pride, as embra
cing the largest and most carefully selected assortment of tAaffees ever opened in this country:,
LIST OF COFFEES AND SCALE-OF PRICES.
Flut•ht Flavor, full ntrengtli, vory:hlghly
Young liege n, (Green.)
Uhutce qualitY. ••• • t•
Roasted and Ground ......
Itmusted . , ......
t ° Ground ....... •
.241 A_ 13 .1E it it
This is thetrue Male Beret'
HAND PICKED OLD GOTERNMENT JAVA - OOrtet.,e, ,
Warranted the richest flavored, strongest ' and best Coffee in the world , of which . we have the
onlylot in the United States.
As a matter _of convenience to oar distance customers we are arranging with suitable Persons
to all parts of the country west of New York State, to act as our agents and distribute our
Whet" locality at our warehouse price_, thereby saving the freightfrom Bo We watt=
to correspond with any gentleman or lady who wo aid like o set 4d oat agents In gatttnif DP
stubs. A fair commission allowed agents, Direct all ordersand communications to ,
x•'88-1 y WESZKIIN ORMINTAL VAL 001/Min t illete e ft:
8 cents. The very best Piints made for only:, " 12% Cis
10 ' ' Cases heavy Ginghanis. only ....121A
12 1 /, "- i lleavylCotton Flannels, z lb
12 1 .. " I Five cases Cotton and Wool FianneLs,
.L 5 - " half price - —....:.—...1....'.........2) 4 .
.10 44 Heavy , 7 r, wide Shaker Flannel . .33 4 .
.12 1 ,4 " Plaid Shining Flannels. 7 .25 4 .
.13 - 0 All:Wool Grey Flannels z ll
.... , • • • '
A i.p.s.cc..ks, 37;,..,11-r..k, 45 etg, and cts
Thr.•,• I film4,l pieces. English Nferinag, eight yard:. for only KO
kJ) rzplless rail 4y at very Low rtittes
AtICIKE: ocCI., ]Prop'rtg,
Finest Flavor, full strength, very highly
20c ( Raw ---
atc , Roasted
' 4.5 e I Roasted ...,
Fifty pit-e*s Cashmere. Plaids for 30 cents.
Thirty pieces heavy Mohair Plaids, SO cents.
Nos. 6 and 7. NOBLE BLOCK, ERIE.
Best Old Mocha.
0 rlr"X Or
The attention of Erie and Crawford County Farmers Is particularly invited to several vely
superior Agrlculttutal.lroplements for which
Have beaded the sole agencies (Sr these two counties.. It Is contidently claimed that this best
Mowing and Heaping Machine In use is -
Do- 40 1) (-• s S
Patent Reaper and Mower, and Self-Raker !
ThesuicesS of the Dodge Machine for several years past Is unprecedented.. Wherever intro
duced It at once takes the front rank. By lease and purchase, :the manufacturers have secured
the use of all•the desirable standard patents for Reaping, Mowing and Raking Machines. The
DodgeMachtrie has thus been made a pertect, combination of the best points of all the ma
chines, and this is the reason for its undeniablesupertority. In plan of operation, compactness,
lightness of draft, good quality of the iron and. steel used in :its construction, excellence of
workmanship and elegance of finish, comPlued with great strength and adaptation- to all.kinds
of work, the Dodge Machine certainly surpasses anjr other heretofore Offered tip the intelligent
furtneni Otthtti Country, •
. . :
Imo` moVes, rt.E.I:I 3 WA. - rir• ItA.K•Es,
And does each and all of these easier, neater, closer; safer and' better 'than any other machine.
Pamphlets fatly describing the •Podge Machine, and containing the hest of , testinnry 'as to its
merits; freely' furnished or malicd'upon application.. Send for one, or call and see the ; Machine
at W. W. PI Patel.: A: CO.'s, No. S Rcisi House Piock, Erie, Pa: '
It's Time to Plow--Geod Plows Make , good Crab . ' s!.
w. W. Pierce & Cu. ieep a full 41ne of the most approve(! plows, but their speciality Is the
MOHAWK 'VALLEY CLI = PPED PLOW
This plow hardly needs a recomtnendallon, It Is so well known and so popular in all sections.
It is the standard Steel Plow, tharotigbly hardened,. and ground upon weistones, thereby pre-;
venting the tlrawing of the temper, insuring durability, scouring andtllghtness of draft. These,
plows do not clog, do not rust. or wear out other plows. They, lay the furrow In the best.
style and work easy. A supply of points always kept. The Mohawk Valley Clipper Plow la be.
lteved to be the most et onomical and effeetive, arid to give 'more general satisfactibn than any
other plow In use. The sole agents tor Erie and Crawford counties are W. W. PIERCE do CO..who
are also sole agents for theopppular Iron Beam Plow. Please call and inspect the stock of Plows
at "the two horse store.:' , N 8 . W. Pierce fi Co. also keep a good stock of The most approved •
Cultivators,' Horse Hoes; Shovels, lattivs,. ste., dke.,
Which the farmers of this section are cordially invited to come and examine.
_A standard article, which only needs to beearimined and tested to give satisfaction. Ron. Isaac
Newton, U. S. Commissioner of Agriculture, pronounces this the lxst drill k nown to that de
partment. Call and see If.
CA.HOON'S BROADCAST . SEED SOWER !
and • Crain Sower 1 .
This is an approved machine for sowing seed or fertilizers. It has a fine •Ifarrow Attachment
when wished for. It is light; drawn easily by one home sows lust one-half a rod wide; sows
evenly any desired amount; sows plaster lime. tubas, salt. wheat. oats, barley, etc . With at
tachment It sows grass seed, at the same time. It can be used as a Plaster Bower, Broadcast Grail'
Sower. and Sulky Barrow. It has stood the test .4 time and use. Come and examine it.
W. W. Pierce & Co. wish it distinctly understood that all of the above, dkscribed articles, for
which they are the solo agents in Er'io and Crawford counties, ARE WARRANTED as represen
ted. They are offered for sole with Matelot* confidence in their Superior merits, and farmers are
earnestly invited to call and examine for themselves. Everybody is alwltys welcome at the
Farmer's Emporium, No. S need 'House Block, Erie, Pa.
Another thing that farmers need, and save money by Ravin,
- is a good scale.
VATIRIBANWS PAT. SCAT-XIS.
W. W. Pierce & Co. have the sole agency for the celebrate"
Ptdrbank's Patent Scales manufactured by the Buffalo, N. Ir,
Scale Works Company. These Scales are on exhibition at ou
store every day but Sundays, and all we ask is for the poop]
to come and examine them, City merchants aro particularl
requested to test these .cales. Every farmer who uses a seal
ends that It, soon saves its cost, and becomts ..urce •
protection and consequent profit. Come to - No. 8 iteM Mom
and EXAMINE THE SCALESI
The Big Hardware Store !
The new and capaelons store of W. W. Ph4-ee .t: Co. Is nol
stocked with the largest and finest assortment in the city (
all goods perLaining_to tile Hardware. Cutlery, Agricultun
Implements and Household Furnishing Goods lines
Circular, Cross-Cut, Gang and :Maley f3aws, a full stock kept. Hardware, Cutkry, •Tln Ware,
Stoves, Furnaces, Farm Tools and Implement: of oil kinds, Refrigerators, 3lercler's Flbsible
Harrows, Farmers' Boilers, Shovels, Bpades, Rakes, Hoes, Axes, Shelf Goods, Cart enters' and
Builders' Tool.. and Hardware, Dug Powers, Churns Brass Kettles, Grindstones, Scythes, Forks,
Cradles, Wheelbarrows, and in short, a vast stook goods, all carefully, selected, and marked
down to the lowest market prices. W. W. vrk..-tit_lp..k
aprB4,f. No.B Reed House Block, Erle,Ta. '
JOHN ft. DAVIES & CO.,
429 STATE h!Pr..
Are now opening ono of the eholeest selections
~OF FOREIGN AND DO*ESTIO
Drag's, Chemicals, Patent Medicine*,
Toilet Articles, Cigars, &c., &e.
Ever introduced Into this Market
Our stock Wag purchased for cash will be
sold at ,
Wholesale Agents for the great Yosemite
Stomach Butte s.
Dr. Leoa's Electric flair Renewer and Infant
Nlghting ile's Japanese Llnernent, etc.
CHESTNUT POSTS WANTED!
To be mini nine feet long, five inches s quare
at the butt. and two Inches by live Inches at the
top. Apply- to
GEO, CARROLL &
East Public Dock, Erie.
" How - te Train Airdipals. 4 ,
ITNCLiIDING ordinary areas tricks and other
tricks still more surp7tainz m N 0.13 of Ha.
ney'a Journal. 1.5C0 wpm* Inches or reading,
illustrations, etc., only Scents °fan y dealer. By
mail to places where no drier Is, Ed eta. a year,
specimens 7 cents, none free. Bmposnres of
humbugs antlswindleirevery month..arJESSE
.11AZIEY & Cti.,ll9l4assatt Bt., N.
CIFAA, CARROLL & BSA, '
Limber Dadera,,lbit, public Doct. foot at
Itzle4 Pa. , mr2Mtf.
ttl. M. Virtu 4N.'s DiSubic Column,:
READ ! READ ! READ!
W. W. PIERCE & Co:,
The next big thing Is the
EMPIRE GRAIN DRILL !
But the blggest thln; yet Is the newly lntiodueed end novel Meehltfe-entitled
This lx creating a great int' rest all over the coons
ry and is destined to raptsth become the most
sopillar article of Its class. We wish tit supply, it
Anoicast among the farmers of Erie and Craw
ad ...addles, for which we are sole agents..
Id , s'imsch Inc can be easily carried and worsted
15., , , and sows from Kik to eight acres of wheat
rr bour, and the power machine, 'drawn by one
ome, sows from n i teen to twenty acres perhour.
It sows wheat, oats, rye, barley, ficfnP, gum,
lover or timothy, to the most uniform eind.per--
et manner. It storks beautifully. greatly , eeen
nizes se, d an 'even distribution, and elicits
se hearts cormrsendatiod of every farmer who
as witnessed its operation. ..
C'AUZ`IO CMCUP I 0
Some unprincipled. parties have been disposing
r Tarns rights for a worthless article purporting
he Cahoon'slintsd Eroadeast Sets is.,wer. Wei
avethe sole agency in this section for the genu
se art isle, and there is no territory.forsale. The
rice of the genuine artlee $lO. A liberal dL.s.
mat will he given to- the trade. Every farmer
amid have one of these invaluable machines. •
• • .
Cj i reWK,
Coy. of Penn and St. Clair Streets,
The, Largest, Cheapest and meat Sueoessfal
Practical Business College
IN TELE.UNITED STATES.
Fifteen. i Thousand . Students
Prom Thirty L Three Matta In Ten Years.
FOR LARGE QUARTO CIRCULAR,
Containing hill information, Outline of 'Course
of Study, samples of Cowley's
Premium Penmanship ,
View of the College snllding, different De.
mrt v t= pi aty of Pittsburgh, etc., etc., address
• ISLTlfirrki elk CONVI4.IS3Iti
inylPat Pittaburgh, Pa.
To the Working Class.
AM now prepared to furnish constant em
s. ploYment to all Classes at their homes, for
their spare moments. Business new, light and
prolitable. Fifty cents to 15 per evening !sea.
ally earned, and the boys and girls earn nearly
as mochas men. Great inducements are of
fered. All who see this notice please send me
their address, and test the business for them
selves. If not well satiated, I will pay 11 for
the trouble of writing to me. Fultparticulara
sent free. Sample sent by mail for IO cents.
Address E. C. ALLEN, Augusta, Me. Ja7-4w
GoltrO or . Thick Neck
CAN POGITIVELY BE CURED 1)5 the proper
1336 of Galvanic Electricity. It is believed
that every case is curable, no matter how bad.
The very worst cases can, it they desire, test the
virtues of this harmless agent by to at the
office of DR. E. J. FRA.I3ER.
1/14=i lELANNO I—A ecooplefe eaeort
meet of every kind of Bloats needed IV
Autiecvsermustaden sad Iforfurim
Me, for Waal th e . -
1,890 Kilos avigions ffistusitemixot
800 Niles without Chasse of Cotiches.
NEW YORK, BOSTON,
and the New 'England Cities.
This Railway extends from Dunkirk to- New
York, CV miles. Buffalo to New York, 42im lles.
Cleveland to New York, (=i miles. Cincinnati
to New York Sin -:tn Iles. And Is train 21 to 27
MILES THE SHORTEST ROUTE. All trains
run directly through to New York, SIM MILES,
without change of coaches.
From awl after Feb.4s, ISQI. trains will leave,
in connection with all the Western Lines, as
follows: From DU:MW—by New York time
from Union Depot:
7:10 A. AL, Express Matt, from Dunkirk daily
(except Sundays). Arrives at Hornellsville
at .."01 P. AL. (dine) connecting with the 7.30
A. M. Express Mail from Buffalo via. Hor
nellsville awl via.-Avon, arriving in New
York ail 7.40 A. M.
LISP. IL, Lightning Ripress from Dunkirk
. daily. Stops at Hornelisville 205 P. Al.„
Mapper), intersecting with the 2.50 P. •
train from Buffalo, stoppinand connecting
as above, arriving in' New york at 7.40 A.M.
Sleeping Coach attached to this train at Sala.
manes at 230 p. in., running through to New
WO P. IL, Cincinnati Express, Sundays except
ed, connecting at Elmira for Harrisburg.
Philadelphia and the South ;.at Owego fur
Ithaca; at Bingtiampton for Syracuse; at
Lackawaxen for Honesdale; at Middletown
for Unionville; at Greycourt. for Newburgh
and Warwick; at Goshen for Montgomery;
- and at Jersey City with Express Trains of
New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia,
From Banta—by New York tune—from - Depot
corner Exchange and Michigan Sts.:
A. M., New Yorkay Express, daily (excc_ pt.
Sundays). Stops at Hornellsville 9.10 A. 31.,
(Rk.M.Busquenna 2.32 P. M., (Dine); Tur
ner's 5... W P. M., (Sup), and arrives In - New
York at 1240 P. M. Connects at Great Bend
with Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
Railroad. and at Jersey City with midnight
express train of New Jersey Railroad for
.7:30 A. 3L, Express AlaiLvia. Avon and Hornell2.-
villa, (Sundays excepted), Arrives In New
- ark at 7.40 A. 1112
250 P. M., Lightning Express, (daily.) Stops at
' Hornensville CA P. IL, (Supper); and ar
rives in New York 7.4Q_ A. M. Connects at
Elmira with Northern Central Railway for
Harrisburg and the South, and at Jersey'
City with morning express train of New
Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia, Baltimore
Sleeping Coacuels are attached to this train at
Buffalo, running through to New York without
11.10 P. M., Cincinnati Express, daily (except
Sundays). Stops at Susquehanna 9.43 A. M,
(Bkft); Turner's 3.45 P. M., (Dine), and arrives
is New York at 3:40P. AL Connects at Jersey
City with Evening Trains for Philadelphia,
Baltimore and Washington.
Sleeping Coach attached to this train at Buf
falo, running through to Susquehanna.
Only one train East on Sunday, leaving Bugh,
16 at 2.50 P. M., Dunkirk 1:15 P. Al g and reaching
New York at 7:40 A. M.
- • • • . •••
'Boston tit' New England passengers, with
their baggage, are transferred, free of charge, In
td To pleasure travelers the line of the Erie
Railway presents many objects of interest, pas.
sing through the beautiful valleys of the Che.
triung, Susquehanna, Delaware and Ramapo
river*, au ever changing panorama of nature's
beauties commands attention.
The' best Ventilated and most Luxurious
Sleeping Cars in the World accompany all night
trains on this Railway.
Baggage checked through and fare always ae
low as by any other route.
ASK FOR TICKETS. VIA. ERIE RAILWAY;
which Can be obtained at all principal ticket (g
-lace.% in the West and South-Weld.
IL RIDDLE, WM. R. BARR,
nar4 Gen . ! Supl. Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
S. TODD PERLEY'S
Claim and Collection
Wilco 2.9 Nortk•West Park, Eric, Pa.
'TRIP, AGENCY, after FOUR YEARS of very
ll successful experience, continues to give
'spechil attention: to the Collection of Till Ulnas
of (;!alms arising out of the late war.
Ariny_and Navy Bonntlei, per Acts of Con
- ,gress from 1881 to 11367.
Arrears Of Pay, Officers' and Privites'
Increases of Pay under late nets of Con
.. aress, Claims of Prize Money, Mi.
*lnv, Lost Clothing,
Pensions pad Increases of same far all Soldiers.
losing use of Hand, Foot or Limb; alga,
' Soldiers' - Children's Pension, in
addition to the Mothers'.
Alta, Pensions for Dependent Fathers, Moth
" era, Brothersond Sisters. All Pensions
- . now. payable from date of Ins.
Arrears under this ch act Promptly
Claims for liorviei gilledWactiott.
Additional Bodnty colletteit. for soldiers Who
havelost their - discharge.; citneounty and State
bounties promptly collected t pay on pensions
promptly collected ; pay for rations, while held
as prisoners of war, collected.. '
Copies °flaws giving additional bounties and
increases of pensions furnished on request in
person or by mall.
NO CHARGE FOR COUNSEL.
Informatibn'in regard to the $9.%1 per• Month
• bounty given freely' at any time, ad
. • • also in an eases relative to ex
Mr. Perley having had over four years' expe
rience in the U. B. Treasury Department, and
having been Corresponding Secretary, of the
Papnsylvania Soldiers' Relief Association, and
Critissioner for Soldiers for Pennsylvania
during the war, is enabled to bring unequalled
facilities and experience to the bu•lness.
Refers by special Permission to ; Ex-Governor
Andrew G. GWtin, - Hon. G. W. Scofield. Judge
S. P. Johnson; Cols. S. P. Dick, Andrew Swan,
0. 1.. Woodward, Harri'on Allen, H. L. Brown,
Ex-Mayer A. htng, lion. Wm. L. Scott etc.,
• I BUCLIU.
[Prom the Dispensatory of the United States.]
DIOSMA CRENATA.—BUCHU LEAVES.
Pimenterts.—Their odor is strong, diffusive
and somewhat aromatic; their taste bitterish;
and analogow, to mint.
MEDIC PROPERTIES AND LTSFS.— Ducbd
leaves a gently id imulant,with a peculiar ten
dency to the Urinary Organs.
They ate give li in complaints of the Urinary
Organs, shell as Gravel, Chronic Catarrh' of the
Bladder, Morbi Irritation of the Bladder and
Urfthiu Diseasti of the Rrost rate Gland, and lte
tention or Incontinence of the Urine, from a
loss of tone in the parts concerned In its evacu
ation. The remedy has-also been recommended
in Dyspepsia, Chronic Rheumatism, Cutaneous
Affections and Dropsy.
Jinutztorm's EXTRACT RUCHE • Is used by
p . rsOrts from the ages of IS to and from :15to
50, or in the decline or change of life •, after Con
finement; Or' Labor Pains; Bed-Wetting In
I rtaffections peculiar to females, the Extract
Iluclui G unequalled by any other remedyas in
Chlorosts or Retention, Irregularity, Painful
ness or Suppression of, Customary Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Schlrrous state of the 'Sterna, Len
corrlica or 'Mtge&
Did:LASES OF VIE BLADDER, RIDNBTS, GRAF
ELAND DROPSICAL SWELLINGs,--This medicine
increases the power of Digestion and excites the
Absorbants Into healthy action, by which the
Watery or Calcancoils depositions, and all Un
natural Enlargements are reduced, as welt as
Pain and Anflaturnatton.
RELILBOLD'eI EXTRACT Buenti has cared
every case nf Diabetes in which it has been giv
en. Irritation of the Neck; of the Bladder and
Inflammation of the Kidneys Ulceration of the
Kidneys and Bladder, Retention of Urine, Ms.
eases of the Prostrate Gland, StOne in the Blad
der, Calculus Gravel. Brick. Dust Deposit and
Mucus or Blilicy Discharges, and for enfeebled
and delicate constitutions of both sexes, attend
ed with the following symptoms: Indisposition
to Exertion„ Loss of Power, DosS'Of Memory,
DiMeulty of Breathing, Weak Ntm•Ves, Tremb
ling, Horror of Disease, Wakefulness, m aim "
of sion,Pain in the- liack,Hot Hands, Flushing
of the Body, RryntrA of the Skin, Eruption on
'the Face, Pallid Countenance, Universal Lassi
tude of the BluscularSystein,vte.
HELM BOLD'S ExrnAcr Bruit; is Diuretic and
Blood-Purifyiter, and cures all Diseases arising
from habits of dissipation, excesses and impu
rities of the blood, etc., superseding Copalba
affections for which it is risen, such us Gonoi
riven. (Deets of long standinth , anti Syphilitic
Affections--in these diseases, used In connec
tion with TIELILItoLD'S Rost WASIT.
Sold by .Drtiggists anti dealers everywhere..
Dewar° of counterfeits. Ask for Ilelmboltrs.
Take no other. Price -L-31.Z per bottle,or a bot
tles for $6).3.0. Delivered -to any address. De
scribe symptoms In all communications.
Address H. T. BELMBOLD, sai Broadway.
Non& ate Genuine miles" done spin steel-en
gray ed. wrapper,with the foe-simile of my C)date
teal Warehouse, and signed
' feblB-tn. T. ILF.I.MBOLD.
QIS S 711 . 7, re
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$i tit) g
.60 .40 Cir
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• omo. L. BAKER,
Formerly .with Outhout & Baker Rochester,
having taken the well known Brewery on
Freneh Street, below FourtbiErle, Pa.,
Formerly occupied by Wm. Jacobi, would
farm his old acquaintances and the public gen.
rally that he is now brewing a very superior
quality of Ale. From his tong experience and
urafium success, he is fully prepared to give the
best of itsfueviffleton Dealers are Invited to calk
_ . 11¢47 . • • fine. L. BAKER..
cOldort a PRINTING Of every kind, -In Lugo or
=en oLeln ar colored. dares Us
'Mele l and ZS lolelecite ow. et the
FARMERS OF EWE COITSTY. 1 ESTABLISMIED IN 1844.
Combined Marker, Cultivator and hi ller,
• ISABBFACTURED BY
GMOnGM SMNNVil y rs
This is the most perfect and greatest Labor
Saving Machine of the kind now known. The
advantages of this implement over all others-Is,.
not only that it cuts up, but also turns under
and subdues the weeds and forms a suitable
hill, leaving the sell ; light and therefore lu a
condition to retain moisture, which Is only
done by the extra height and pee:dint curve of
the tooth. They are made with shafts, or with
out. They can be adjusted to any width of row.
The side teeth can be reversed to turn the soil
to or from the rows. This machine is the only '
implement the farmer needs In the cultivation
of corn or other coarse grains, planted or sown
In rows. These machines have been thorough
ly tested and are warranted to give satisfaction.
This certifies that we, the undersigned, pur-'
chased last season of P. Sennett, and thorough
ly tested one of lugraham's Curved Tooth,
DoublePolnted and AdJustableCultivators. It
is arranged to do its work in a desirable
Manner in all kinds of crops in their different
stages for width the Cultivator and Horse Hoe
Utilised} itthoroughly pulterizes the gt outtd,
cuts an 4 iswers np the weeds, forms a light,tiut
hilt, leaving little or no use for the hue, and
leaves_the ground in a ciendiCon to retain its
lightness and moisture. We recommend them
I to fiumers as the cheapest, most durable and
greatest labor saving machine of the kind we
have ever used.
MILL CHEEK.—Robert Evans, 3. A. Plat tman
liprague, G. Greenman, :••attniel Polock,
Christian tiehrimper, G. W. Barr, JaeolrSelh,
John H. Carter, George Oxer, 11. H. Miller.
HARBOR CUEEK.—W. W. Davison, J. M.
Moorhead, John Dodge.
Also, the latest Improved Curtis iron Hearn.
Plow, anti the Celebrated Tax Payer Plow, both
right and left hand. The Tax Payer is ahead of
any other plow la use. Try it, and 'lf it don't
please you bring it back, Also, Wood Mills of
the latest improved kind. For nate at Wholesale
and Retail by • P. SENNETT,
General Agent fur Erie County.
Also sold by B. SIIIIL fZ, Federal Hill. •
“For Bituminous or , Anthracite Coal.”
J. REYNOLDS & SON,
N. W., Corner 1341ilind Filbert
Sore Ifanufacturers of the Celebrated '
• Wrought.Jron, Air Alibi, • '
Gas - ponsnining Heater !
With Patent DctseSereen, Grate Ttnr Rests,
and . •
These Heaters are made of heavy wrought-
Iron, well riveted together, the only sure pre
vention against the escape of gas or dust., They
are easily managed, without anydampera. The
Patent India voids the use and annoyance
of drums, and Is permanently attached to the
nutter. This Is the roost thimble, simple, eco-
nomical atidpopular Heating Apparatus ever
offered for sale. They are all guaranteed.
COOKING RANGES for hotels and families,
. LATROBE HEATERS, ,
LOW DOWN GRATEI4,
SLATE Al ANTELS,
• • REGISTERS, AND
- We are also manufacturing a now FLAT-'l3l'
ItEATINU RANG& Send tur our Illustrated
BAY 5TA."1".70 ,
I - 11,0 0 7N 1
. NO B L & )EALL,
r i otri;DF,RB, .
Maehlmstsi,& Boiler Maker s ,
• lianufacttirers Of Stationery, Marine and
BOILERS, STILLS TANKS, STEAM PUMPS
• MILL ivotuc,
Jobbing, scOlcited at reduced prices, All scot
Warranted. Our motto, is
Customers must be suited
Worgs corner of Peach awl Thlra Stets
F:rle, Pa. jan2,4.-t f.
OW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
Ai 11 Just put2lislied, a new edition
- • of Dr. CitavermaCeMbrated'E.,-
II MOM YU
say on the radical cure (Fithout
medicine,) of SPERMATottimmA, or seminal
Weakness, Involuntary seminal Losses, Duna.
Meatal and-Physical incapacity, Impedi
ments to Marriage etc.; also, Consumption,
Epilepsy, and - kits, induced by self-indulgence
or sexual extravagance.
i'riee, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated author, in this admirable es
say., clearly demonsfhitei.from a thirty years'
successful practice, that the alarming conse
quences of self-abuse may be radically cured
without the dangerous use of internal.tuetlicfue
or the application of the knife; pointing out a
mode or cure at once simple, certain and ef
fectual, by merlins of which every sufferer, no
matter what his condition May he, May cure
himself chapry, privately, and radically.
4 / 1 1" This Lecture should be in the .hands of
every youth and every man in the land,
iSent,riuder seal in a plain envelope, to any
address, POSTPAID, on receipt of six cents, or
two post stamps. Also, Dr. Cuiverwell's "Mar
riage Guide," price 21 cents. Address the Pub
lishers, • CHAS. J. C. KLINE dt CO.
127 IlOwerey, Hew York, Post Office Box 4,5 k.
t. 4 ,00
, T .
r f t) p T it H re E d N t N o -° A l i t r l tifl G al ' i L effs s seTt I wTt I t!tfl ' i v ii rit r n e i
employment nt their It roes , the whole of the
time, or for the spare moments. Business new,
light and profitable. Fiftreents to $.5 per ercili
lug, Is eatilly earned by persons of either sex,
and the boys and girls earn nearly as much as
men. Great inducements are otfercd to those
who will devote.thelr whole time to the brash
ness; and, that every person who sees this no
tice, may send me their address and test the
birsiness for themselves, I make the following
unparalleled offer: TO all who are not well sat
isfied with the business I will send itl to pay for
the trouble of writing me. Full particulars,dt
reettons; etc., sent free. Samples sent by mall
for 10 cents. Address
, lurls. E. C. ALLEN, Augustra-Me.
Boarding and Sale Stable,
Corner of French and 7th Sts.
111 SUBSCRIBERS having taken the stable
lately occupied by 41. Johnson,
would inform the public that they luu•e, pur
ENT/R,ELY NEW STOCK
or Homes, Harness and Carriages, and are pit.-
-I=ttinnl r seiecat t tig N r! e ct l l l i g o th al e l b7s h t o .ll%
in Northwestern Pennsylvania.
tnyll-0 BRECHT BROS.
ERIE 3314.1RE1LV. IVOItItS.
31. A. Di:INNING,
Na 1018 - peach - Stmet between 10th and
llth, Erie, Pa.
lommimit.s, Tombstones, Marble' and
Slate. Mantles, &e.
I have on hand a lone assortment of moon-
Meats and headstones of various styles, In
American and Italian marble, and a corps,of
the best workmen in the State. All orders will
be promptly attended to and satisfaction guar
teed. My work is warranted tinstirpamed e
I cannot be undersold by any one. Orders
mhlW 07- . Inspection of stock and prices solicited.
10,000 , Agents •
'WANTED on commission or arilary, to sell
• 1 . THE AIiIERICAH YEAR BOOR, for lgre:
It bo,ntains just the information which every
body wants hundreds of times a year, and sells
With unparalleled rapidity, even among those
who seldom look at a Subscription Book. Near
ly every tardily will buy it, and it will be found
about as great a necessity among 'all , classesos
the daily or weekly newspaper.
LIBERAL SALARIES paid to experienced,
efllelont canvassers. Send for circulars =Winn
infortnation. 0. D. CASE .t CO., Pnbilshers,
Hartford, Conn., Cincinnati, 0., Chicago,' IR.
TO die Ladles:
LADIES who su ff er from weakness across the
back and of the Stabs, with bearing-down
pains, so it is with• difficulty that they can
stand-or walk erect, tan be relieved at once,
and radically cured by wearing the FRENCH
SUPPORTER, a tie* and elegant device_, never
before known er used in this country. For full
information, call upon or address with stamp,
E. T. FRM3Eittif. D.
Secrete Worth' Knowing.
IVES RECIPES rot hundreds of userld artl
cles In universal, ase, easily made at•small
coat and readily sold at large profits; also pat
eat medicines_ ,
_manuateturers secrets, eta tS
eta, JESSE RANEY tt CO,, 119 .Nassau street,
New Itnria , • inrlB.
• WANTEl)—"Agentik Mate or Female.
TN EVERY TOWN AND CITY Milieu thermal
I. Violet Ink, manufactured by FRENCH 41
CO., Arch street, Philadelphia. Bend 25 cta.
Itar Ple, - • _ lebls-Zia
HALL & WARFEL,
Wilf3t: l l , lALF , AND
El►:Es, U Cr' I S r.V !
AL , 4O, IMPORTIALS 9.1.`
!,• PICTURE A
d Photographic Glass !
1 1030 - State Str e et, Erie, Pa.
W 0 have lately received another I.arge
voice ,fof FRENCH GLASS, (Meet from the
Manufacturers in Europe, making our present
cuppir the largest ig any house west of New
York,, Our stock in store
Enihine& Nearly •Every Size, both of
Double and Single Strength.
Dealers and others In want of Glass will FA
VOR TIMM. INTERESTS 'by examining our
stock and prices before buying elsewhere.—
Large sizes of Single and Double Strength
Glass Imported expressly for lIOUSE AND
STORE I. RONTS. The Superior Quellty of
French Glass over all other kinds In CLEAR
NESS, STRAIUBTNESS BRILLIANCY AND
STRENGTH is fully admitted, rtipl the Trifling
Excess in pike over Anierican hi of NO AC..-
COUNT, considering its better qua.itles in ev
ery rf.speeL '
A liberal iliscount made on lobbing lots to
We have alma large stock of Arrwrlean 131a.,5.
of Single and. Double strength, which We OA r
gelling at Low Rate , :, both du Jobbing lots to
dealers and In retail parcels to suit buyers.
Pallas, Oils, Varnisho,
In this department we keep well suppileil
with every article axed in the Painting Line,
from a harmer to the finest house included.
The quality of these articles Is not excelled,
and we are selling at lowest market rates.
bye Woods and Dye'Stuirs.
In this elsss (Agoutis our sleek is extensive
and complete, Including the Aniline d) es, and
we are offering strong Ind ut:micats bath to
WholesaWand Retail buyers.
Drugs, mei! it' lifN, CII I'lll it' iS. &e., ac
Our btoek Citerm , :OA, Patent Medi
eines, Perfumeries, loi let , A rt ich s , and NI ir•ceb.
laneous Gond , : tc extern Inks Mg fr.ml long
exi erlence been bought with much care, and
the public call depend upon finding the largest
stock or the kind in V. e.stern Penn'a., which
we are Neilingat clow 'figures either In who! ,
or broken packages. .
ONCE - MORE Wail A NEW SI'R NG STOCK
IN CUlt ,
Great , ONE BOMAR_ Sale
_Dry and Fancy
41G- Co •0 10 S
cv , ri.iortx - ;
Rapnimm RATES - OF Si/ Mt:TM}
For Club Thirty, •'''). Yd.s. Sleeting.
0 , " sixty 42 g• gt
, Cue Hundred, , f,•5 g• ' "
f - '
. All ot4r pretriluips In same ratio.
Eularged Exchange List,mitli wen- and useful
-:lee new circular anti saitiple. i.;:eitit to any
4 Fleasc.'send your miakey by Registered
LAnter, addressed to
•J. S. Ff.,4I7TES ?it CO., .
' 128 & /DO Federal St., ..13osten,:Mass.
Pontc e BQX
Goods fOr 'the Season.
:01111 stock of ahsorted
Loll , Prices for Cash,
AT TIIF/FAMILY GROCERY AND PROVIS
ION STORE OF
CRAIG & MARSHALL ,
21 'West Park.
ritynco A FULL AQSORTMENT OF
Fresh and New Goods
in our line, we offer -
FOR SALE ,ter cAsia,
As low as the same can he had west of Buffalo.
Our Grocerie., having been
Families can rely upon getting what they,
We deliver goods to all parts of the City free.
James P. Crook, having taken In his son Jas.
E.; as a partner, on the Ist day of April, IRA un
der the drm name of James P, Crook t Son, de
sires to have a settlement .of his old accounts.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
him are requested to call and settle without de
JAMES P. .oRoo.a & SON,
ROUGH & PLANED, LUMBER,
And Mannfactureni of
WIN DOW SASH, FRAMES, DOORS& BLINDS.
Mouldings and Picket Fence, Scroll Sawing,
Matching and Planingdone to order,
Shop on Peach
Between Fourth and Ffftl9Sts.; Erie, Pa.
We respectfully call the attention of the pub
lic to our facilities for:dal/nu work In the.best. of
style promptly and on reasonable terms, Hav
ing titled up entirely .new shops, with superior
maclainenr, we feel confident of MAN; satisfae-
Mu, Orders from abroad will receive prompt
GERMAN SAYINGS IISTETUTION;
Corner Eighth bit-zito
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
This Institution Is now open for the transac
tion of business.
Orrice Mum: - .8 A. ht. to 4P. M.
SLs Par Cent. Interest will be Olven.by thin
/Wititutiorirto Beirlilir Depositors.
J. Mellon!nub, P. A. Becker, • -P.
F. Schneider, John Oensheinaer.
Clothing and Gent's Famishing Goods
maimat OP eztrzman ealumr,
JAMES P. ettOOIC tt. BON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
GET YOUR SRlit'rm
New Sorg !loop Skirt Manufactory
Fur,L te Street. ErIP,
LaLLCM', 311sses' and Cldldro i
loop Skirts of all Stpei
Constuntb on Lathy
Ladles curt tinVC their Hoop ,
order, so that they will lit, and 1,.‘‘.• •
whatever. The - New York 11,,0p -
have experienced hands in Lot. oar
luring andretairing depariniao t ---
All coax: Skirts are made of the Best cf
ble Steel and 21IntbriaL
OUT Alan% Are no construto.d that
fold Inwardly, and readily yield to t6,1 4 ,7.•'S
pressure, thus attuning theta to t:dlapu H ,
the skirt occupies the tonallest_pos,N,
while sitting, riding or in passing tt cron. l !,
yet the moment the pressure is rtitoo-,t
trt resumes its original and beauti'n• •
We do n 4 bell these famous Skim
price, bull sell them as cheap, If not'et",„`'
than any other placaln Erle. Ladles
not afford to buy Skirts every little al,:h;
have their old ones repaired for a mere mt.
ire Be sure to visit the Ziew York lice
Manufactory before purchasing
Country merchants will do well to gh,
NATHAN 1 1/14
Stleeeceser to A. V, Oklieqk 61 .
dee2-I'GB-tt. No. ZLXJ state street, Flni,pl
till, 41 4
VEMIcALP I t 4-2- : -6 .
_ it itlilß ASIVE
N22.G. N OSVii,
,CH.ERASIVEr re 1 '' ,o
mAFA&ru " r. OF
c\\, (s l
—4 P AND CO-
Corner of Holland And Sixth stre
TAE U.l‘4'l3Elt GrN ED,
having purchased Ihe Interest of Ulc Me;,
Vincents In the
FLOUR AND FUT) BUSINF.S,
'Of the late firm, would re-speetfollr wiS
einuange of favor from the friends and
tro o ps of the house, and the public in ger;
pledging himself that he will all Units
sell good and reliable
Flour., Feed and Grain!
At the lowesrprice for cash In hand. Fral:t....
lung experience in this branch of the
trust I know what the public dernand, end;,.,;
I am prepared to meet that want.
Returning My thanks td the public rot !L,
liberal patronage to me in the past, I hop,
strict attention to my business and their
to merit a continuance of their patronage 113"
Tin I\IILLING: FLOUR, FEE),
AND GRAIN BUSLNE,is,
Will be continued, in all its departlnew,,nt Lt
~.ERIE MILLS, PARADE STREET,
and the Store,
MAST -PArt-li. Row,
Bet Ween Brown's Hotel and Reed Bowe,
Where the public will find a good Rock alciyi
for sale, with competent and polite men u
bana to supply their wants,
ap25'67-Iy. IL IL HAVERSTICS
G - . P. 3DA:VIS
Has removed• to Whittlelea Bfaek, vette...!
State -and Tenth Streeta„. Erie, Pa., wLerr
has opened a. ..
LARGELY L'itREASED STOCK
Of Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables, PICA
and everything usually kept in- a' tirs:-CLs
grocery establishment. We are tietermnod
to be surpassed, and invite all who want ar.i.
thing In our line to call, feeling assured that::
shall be able to give satisfaction both:l , 4 to qui.
ity of goods and prices.
Country Produce 'Bought and
We have opened a
ro - whieh we ask the atteption of those hov
Produce to dispose of, e pledge our,ittc ,
secure the highest market price for all arU
entrusted to our care.
DEALERS IN THE ADJOINING TOWN,.
And on the Lines of Railroad,
• Supplied with
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, ETC
W.J. AYI E S,
i Wholesale and Ite tsil
Dealer in Furnitule!
raving parehasol the entire stink of Fi':•
tare of Messrs. Moore fi 'tablet, I respect.' :
ask my ol&customers and the public seen:
to give me a call at the old stand, •
NO-715 ST/7F, STREET,
o e ass g i e n T t l l tre c;f I have 3 LLT
Parlor, ehamber and -Bed Room Se. l!!
BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS, TABLE,
And, in fact everythingin the nee of Furta's
ant prepared to manufacture to Dater ass'
that may be called for. Remember, :Sc.. -
State street, east side, between hewath
FIRST-CLANS AGRAFF,E OV Elb:TO
WAILEROOIII3,, 97 .9LEEICE9 STS
These Pianos are recommendeil by the trt_
mut:lolU udges, and are, for power, funnase - 1;
ticity of touch and durability, un,urpasoll:
tiny platiosmade in this country.
GUARANTEED FOR FIVE YEAH.`
Illustrated ,Catalogue and Price List sere
mail on application. febge.,-13%.
E. M. COLE & SON
Harpers' and similar Magaz! lac-, at :3 re ,/
004er's.antl.sbeller Magazines,gnmlnes, at 1.0
Harper's and Frank Leslie's paPeM 4so
• •We are also making and selfint
Bindery over Reystone National Pa n es ;
ner State and 6th streets '
' 1,. IS. CiIIEATALLI
DESIGNEE ; DECORATIVE
Nested, Cheapest, and Best Sian
of. New York •
/Porknflps Cliur oboe, ic"
Froaeoed.tri the neatest style of
General Deem:tom 'matting of Models ~ 11, ,;
Patent Ofdoe, an%leadedd weedy deseription
m PaLnung prornPlilr• ";4 4
ar all. No. 5, remind door, _.
JOHN NV. Al:2,