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Elk Lodge, A. T. X
(Mated meetings of Elk Lodge will be
held Tuesday evening, on or before 'the full
moon of each month, nnre eerT two weeks
thereafter. J. K. WHITMOKE. Seo'y.
Rev. F. Vkbnom. Pastor. Mornini Ser
vice, in the Court House, every alternate
AGENTS I0S THE ADVOCATE.
The following named persons are authorized
Agents for the Atlrneate to receive subscrip
tions, advertising or Job work, take pay there
for and give receipts.
Wilcox. A. T. Ai.nmcn, J. L. Knows.
Kano. Frank W. Mekcs.
Johnmnxliurg. Isaac Haoax.
1St. Maty. Ciias. McVeax.
CcntrcviUc. IIomcb t. I.kecii, Maj. Tlt'BKK.
Caledonia. W. Y. Smith, B. A. Wbri.
1'ennczcttc. Jons C. Bann, J. YV. Brows.
rSliawmut. Joux Farrrb,
Spring Creek. A. W. Irvin.
Highland. Lrvi Kllotiiohpk.
Norton. D. C. Oystkr. N. M. BnorxwAT.
We present the Advocate, this week,
considerably enlarged and improved, and
are now enabled to give a much greater va
riety of reading matter than ever before.
V?e roly upon the'efforts of our friends to
aid us in publishing a first class weekly
paper. Send in the subscribers. .
Accident. We regret to learn that
Mr. Kiiue's little daughter, aped about five
years, had one finder cut entirely off, and
others severely lacerated, in a straw cutting
machine, on Wednesday-
Accidents. On Tuesday evening, Nov.
10, John Hunger who was at work for W.
Woodward, on Ker&cy Run, had his leg
terribly fraeturcd by a (ailing tree. The
Iracture was soon reduced and thus far he
is doing as well as can be ' expected under
On Wednesday morning an hour before
daylight, Mr. Roscnhoover of Fox tp. in
walking from his house to the barn, stepped
off a little bridgo and dislocated his loot at
the ankle, and iva.s otherwise injured by
On Sunday morning last, near the
JfcCarJ'jy House in Ccntrcvillp, Xjuiutin
1'aiuo and Paul Hiviek challenged each
either to wrestle. After a spirited engage
ment, Paine was thrown atid had his arm
Ibrokcu ta lite tall.
JIon. G. V. rfc itiKi.K. The following
paragraph from the " Upper lUuplii i
Journal, meets our henrty approval, and
lience k-o give it a p!:icc in our columns to
3.iy. " Wo nrc gratified to find that our
notice in favor uf Mr. Scofii;ld for I'nited
States Senator, meet with the approbation
of our friends and our prominent I'.cjiulili
oatis in different parts of the State. We
Jiavo no " axe to grind " in this nutter.
ii n J are only inline iced hy a dexire lor tin
firosperity and welfuro of the patty, and
tot the elevation of a man who will reflect
iionor upon the State and add strength to
he loyal party.
Mr. Scufield's Kpcricuoe and services as
.a'uiosiber of Congress have fitted him for
the high position for which he is named,
and has made the people ncU!.iutcJ with
Inn merits. lis locality also is such as to
add strength to the propriety of electing
him. We know that other candidates are
seeking tliis rflice, and it is probable, that
seductive influences will be brought to bear
an their favor. Rut we di not believe that
they will be able to create a public senti
ment against the importance of electing a
first-rate nun to that position ; and we nre
tfcrtaiu that no man whose locality is fa.
vorable, can be s!ectcd, that in poiut of
talents and qualifications will compete with
It is time, and this will bo the ocension,
if'or, the Republican party to ri'buke all at
tempts to elevate interior men to important
fiosuliHia. We are anaic that Mr. Kcofield's
friends will have to combat the cupidity
and money influence of aspirants and their
hopeful backers. We know the position U
one to be coveted atid aspired after, but
the desires of no oue should be encouraged
who is not fully ualified to fill the position
in the ablest and most satisfactory man
ner." A New Town. We received a call the
other day from L. Bird, the Surveyor, and
Real Estate agent of the Lincoln Improve
cieot Company, and Dodge & Co. lie io
forms us that a new settlement is being
tarted in a body of good f irming land at
Lincoln, about ten iles from Driftwood,
on the P. E. Railroad ; that over a hun
dred acres have been cleared during the
present year, and that good lands are of
fered, to actual settlers only, at $3 to $5 an
acre. II says he will be glad to see, or
liear from any working farmers desiring to
settle. Address, Driftwood, Pa. Jry
The above uaraed lands si-e in the town
of Bennezette, this county. They are ex.
celled farming lands, heavily timbered,
and very valuable. Dodge & Co., have up.
ward of 10,000 acres of these nds, wbi;h
when settled and improved will add greatly
to the population and wealth of Elk
The vast wealth of this county is scarcely
known or appreciated, even by our own
citizens. Resides the vast timber lands,
we have coal in abundance which when
fully developed will make this one of the
most important counties in the State.
Wo give a brief synopsis of the develop
ment of the coal :
Tannehdalk Coat, Co. The colliery
of the company is situated on tho south
side of the P. &. E. Railway, their mines
east of'St. Marys. The lands of the Com
pany comprise 200 acres, all underlaid with
valuable coal, well adapted for steam pur
poses, good as a grate coal, as well as for
the manufacture of gas. The mines have
the capacity, with the present open
ings, to deliver several hundred tons daily.
St. Marys Mines. The mine in opera
tion, is situated near the P. & E. Railway,
one mile cast of St. Marys. The tanas of
the company comprise 800 acres, situated
on both sides of the P. & E. Road, and are
owned by capitalists of Williamsport The
colliery is under the superintendence of
Joseph Fatten. It was opened four years
ago. The colliery, when in full operation
can mine and ship 400 tons daily.
Renzinoer Mines. These mines are
owned and controlled by a Roston Com
pany. Tho lands of tho Company
comprise 990 acres. The larger por
tion of these lauds arc underlaid with three
coal scams. The openings arc reached by
a railway, owned by the company, one
third of a mile east of St. Marys. This
company have everything in readiness to
do a large business in mining coal.
TOVY CUEKK AND PHILADELPHIA Co.
This company has about 1000 acres of
ooa! lauds located ut EarlyvMle, seven miles
southerly from St. Marys. It is reached
by the Daguscahonda Railway that forms a
junction with the 1. & E. Road six miles
east of Ridgway. The coal is clean, pure,
Ker.skt Coat. Co. This company own
about 500 sires, and reached by the Dagus.
cahonda Road. The lands of this com
pany have a fine show of coal, seven veins
being found on the property The coal is
compact in structure, and has proved to be
uperior for steam purposes, as well as for
DAorsrAnoxPA Improvement Co.
The mines on the lauds of this company
ire situated at the terminus ot the Dagus.
cahonda Road, four miles from the P. &
K. Road, with which it connects, five
miles east of llidgway. The lands of this
ompany comprise a tract of 2000 acres.
SnuvMtrr Mines. The Shawm ut coal
company owns a tract of about 7,000 acres
t coal lauds, situated in Fox and New
Ilorton townships. . There re several ex
tensive collcries already opened on this
company's lands, which are reached by a
railway seventeen miles long, ownod by the
company, which forms a junction with the
P. & E. Road, two miles cast of Ridgway.
The improvements for the convenience of
'he miners are superior to any of the coal
mines in this section. - On these lands
'here are fi f'.ccn seams of coal. These
seams are all pure, black and lustrous.
The crtapany is doing a large business.
Clarion River Coal Co. At Wil.
niarth, and near Jnhnsnnburg, these lands
aro situated, consisting of 1000 acres
These mines have important improvements,
which have cost about (00,000. There is
a double side track from the P. Si E Road
to the chu'es, a distance of about 1000
Simors AcrinitiiT. A little boy assisting
his uncle, W, Williams in the Kersey Coal
Company's mines on last Thursday night was
mangled in a shocking manner by a portion o f
the mine falling upon him. His right thigh
and left band were seriously fractured. His
right ear was almost torn off and from sever 1
other more severe injuries of the head inflana
lion of the membranes of the brain are now
the result, making his recovery very doubtful.
Tin Mi'sical Would for November eomes to
us overflowing with beautiful and attractive
new ruui. " Kate O'Shane," an exquisite
new song and chorus, and " Woodland
Echoes," a fine pianoforte pieoeby A. P. Wy
man, are among the musical contents of the
present number, which would eost in sheet
form $1,80. Resides this choice musie, a Urge
amount of interesting reading is given :
Musie Making." " The Honest Little Mu
sician," " Musical Hints," News, Qogsip.
Correspondence, c, are contained in this
nnmber. All persons subset ibing this month
will reeeivethe November and December num.
bers of this year frtr, being fourteen numbers
for one dollar. Beautiful premiums are offered
for eiubs. Terms only 41 per annum. Send
ten cents for specimen copies. Addresss the
publishers, 8. BRAINAUD & SONS, Cleveland,
Advertising The Advocate U an ex .
celleDt advertising medium, having a larger
circulation than anj other paper in this
IHANKsaivisu. itiethodist service!
will be held at the Court Iloutse Thursday
(Thanksgiving) morning. Rev. F. Vernon
will preach a sermon appropriate to the oo
Riab the advertisement of the " Maea
loose. " in this week's issue. It is an article
very highly recommended, and should be kept
in aver aoase,
Lincoln, Ta., Nov. 1!), '(IS.
Pkar Stn: Tt Is ofton said that "the man Is
a piiblio benoructor, who causes two blados of
grass to gr.iw -where ono grow before." .It Is. a
commonly admitted fact that any capitalist who
invests his money to a consldorablo extent in im
proving and dovelnping tho county is also doing
a public good. These propositions being two, it
becomes a matter of gratulation to the inhabi
tants of a community whero a working. man
commences to work a farm in tho woods, or a
land owner mak. s a move to open up any part
of tho wilderness. I came to this pisce last
April, and,- at your request, will tell you and
your readers something of tho objects of the
companios which I mpresont,' jis purveyor and
Laud agent. I shall uso the namo of Dodge t
Co.. as they are most generally known.
Tho land owned by them in Cameron, Elk A
Clearfield counties would make two or three
townships, and contain considerable quantities
of tlno timber.
This line timlier Is Wing removed from yoar to
year. For the past Riw years under the super
vision of Mr. J. A. Knnpp. During tho Spring of
18U8, somo ninety millions of feet were .floated
down tho Bennett's Branch niono, by different
parlies much of it by Dodjjo t Co.
These lands are nurtured by tho Sinnanialion
Ing and West Branch, lying on Trout Run,' Mo
squito Creek, Modix Kun, Mix 1'un, WykotT
Hun, First Fork Ac.
We have many thousand acres of good upland
farm land, which it is proposed to offer for sale
In small lots to actual settlers only. It is our
wish to get in industrious. solcr and moral men.
Such as shall be disposed to encourage and su
port schools and cliiirchc. Tho lands nro offer
ed at the low price of from $.1 to $5 an acre,
and to some extent a credit will bo gi von for
At this point wo havo built a temporary
school house, and to-day a good school is in op
eration with soino 18 scholars.
For somo months wo have enjoyed tho preach
ing of the Gospel or Sunday school every Sun
day. Ono thousand dollars has been placed at our
call to put up a building for schools and church
purposes, which wo hope to enjoy by May
Two steam raw-mills and -one steam shingle
mill nro located within one and a half mill's .of
us, and lumlier for building is easily obtained.
Also there is good opportunity to get employ
ment for nucha wish to 'workout" part of the
Our supplies and mail como In promptly from
Driftwood Station. Tho mail boing usually
brought up from four to six times a week.
It seems to mo that every strong and healthy
man that wnnts to buy land cheap, and work a
farm, and that expects to work, can do well hero,
and I shall be glad to seo any such meu andjrill
cheerfully correspond with them.
We do not invito any man who wishes to
work or hunt on Sunday, or who wants anything
but to earn and got an honest living among us.
We are ready to encourage and help all who
come, and in any practicable manner, smooth
tho way for all others who choose to try the
chances wilh us.
We Intend and expect to have as good educa
tional advantages as is found most anywhere in
out common school system. Tho directors of
Hennezette school dis rict have shown a liberal
spirit towards us and will doubtless always be
ready to do their duty to any new settlement we
may start. And so far us I know, our move
ment Is properly welcome by tho people among
whom we 1ihv. come.
I might -mention to'you th at whon we moved
here last spr'ng, wo didn't seo a woman or child
forfour weeks. And that a roHi;iou meeting was
a thing unknown. Last Suuday fifty-six men,
women and childivn listened to a sermon by Hev,
Mr. Itafter. and ten persons partook of the com
munion. We have arrangements with Rev. Mr.
Chaudler to supply us with preaching once in
two weeks. I,. J!I!D
Mauxoma Watkr a delightful toilet ar.
tide superior to colorne, and at half tho
A New Rkmkot ix Consi'mptios. A
Physician who hid Consumption for scvcial
years, with l .cquent bleedings of the lungs,
cured himself uitu medicine unknown to
the profession, when his case appeared hope
ess. lie is the only plivsiuiau who has used
it in his owu person, or who has any knowledge
of its virtues ; and he can ascribe the degree
of health he now enjoys to nothing but the
use or Ins medicine; and nothing but utter
despair an 1 entire extinction of all hope of
recovery, together with a want ofconhdeuce
in all others induced bun to haiard theexper
imeiit. io tuosa suOcnng with any disease
or i ne mugs lie proffers a treatment lie con
fideutly believes will eradic.vte the disease
Price $1.50 per bottle, or !?8 a half dozen,
sent by express. Send fur a circular or call
on Dr. E. Boyi.stoh Jacksox, No. lioO, North
Tenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
CARD TO THE LADIES. Dr. Dupon
cos UOLUKN PERIODICAL PILLS
tor females. Infallible in correcting irreg
ularities. Removing Obstructions of the
Monthly Turn', from whatever cause, and
always successful as a preventive. One Pill is
adose. J emales peculiarly situated, or those
supposing tie in solves so, nre cautioned against
using these ii.'i while In that condition
lest they iuvite miscarriage, after which ad
monition ins t'roprietor assumes no re
sponsibility, although their mildness would
prevent any mischief to health: olrirwis
i he Pills are rccoinnicm dod as a Most Invalu
able Remedy for the alleviation of those
sutfuriiiK from any irregularitlos whatever,
as well as prevent an increase of family
when health will not permit it ; quieting th
nerves and bringing back the rosy color of
health " to the ehcek of the most delicate.
Full and explicit directions accompany
each box. Price $1 per box i 6 boxes, $5, .
Bold in Ridgway, Pa., by O. G. Messenger,
Druggist, sole agent for Ridgway. Ladies, by
sending him $1 to the Ridgway .P. O. ean
have the Pil!s sent (confidentially) by mail to
any part of the country, iree of postage.
Sold also by Swayos & Reynolds, St. Mary's,
and by one Druggist in every village iu the
S. D. HOWE.
Sole Proprietor, N. Y.
JOUIS U. GARNER, .
Can be found at his Foundry at St. Mary's
where be la ready to have JU shop-work in
his line don op short notice. St. Mary's,
Beniloger P. O..J Elk eo., Pa. myl'08'ly
JOB WOUK of all kinds and
criptiona done at this office.
'HTIADELlmA &. EBIE RAILROAD.
WINTER TIME TABLE.
Thrvfjh and Dirct liouta leticcen
IhiltiiMjihta, Baltimore Harrit-
hurg, Willt'itmtporf,- am! (he
GREAT OIL RE G IO A
' ' of Pennsylvania.
ELEGANT "sLEEPIXO CARS
On all Sight Trains.
ON and after SIOSPAV, NOV. 25th,
the trains on the Philadelphia & Kris
Kuilroud will i nn ns follows
Mail Train leaves Philadelphia.,
. " lliilfiwny
" .- " nrrive at Krie
Erie Exp lunvcs Philadelphia...
" arrive at Eric
Mail Train leaves Erie
T0.40 p. m.
3.11! p. in.
.. p. in.
.. H -J7 a. m.
.. U .V) a. ru
..10.00 a. m.
,.. 4.IMi p. m.
.. 7. tit) a. in.
.. T.sl-i p. m.
" " llidgway
" srrivo at l'liilad'a
Erie Express leaves Ene
" " Pidgway
l.M.l a. m.
6 00 p. in.
Mail ami Express connect with Oil ('reck
and Alb-plieny liiver linil Hold. 1JAU
O.VUE CHECKED TIII'.OUUII. .
AI,atED L. TYLER.
)UllN (. MALL, Attorney at lm
way. Elk county Pa. tnar-ll:
A LPIXE HOUSE, St.
Mary's Pa.. Her-
man Krctr,, Proprietor,
Dll. W. JAMES lil.AKELY Physician
.ind Surgeon, St. Mary's, Elk county
lninr-i- uu ly.
ltAXK S. HA 11 RETT, Aitorncy-at-Law,
Clearfield, Penn'a. Will practice in
and Ciuiicrou courties. sep'.l.'tiS-y .
EXECUTIONS, SUMMONS, SUI5PU2.
t nas. Warrants, &C, on hand and for
sale at this office.
II. YOLK, Manufacturer and Dealer
y.' in Lngir Deer, opposite the Railroad
DepiifTSt. Mary's, Elk county Pa.
Mai- 2-J' till-1 .
JO. IS O. II A LI -IAS. K. l. HALL.
. F I AIjTi & IJllO.
Attorneys -at -Law
BENZINGER P. O. EIK. COUNTY, PA.
September 20, 1SG0. ly.
Ts S. Eordwell, M. D. Eclectic Physician'
Office and residence opposite the
Jnil. on Centre St., Ridgway, Pa. Prompt at
tention will be given to all e. '.ls. Olhcc hmirs :
to A. M- : li! to -1 P. M. ; and 0 to 7 P. M.
Mar. 22, i! If.
DAVID THAYER. Proprietor.
The undersigned having fitted up a large
and ' oomniodious hotel on the southwest
corner of Centre and Mill streets, wilh good
and convenient stabling attached, respect
fully solicits the patronage of his old friends
and Hie putho generally.
UecI3 00 1 J , v. 1V in Ml.
11 RinnwAV, Elk Co., Ta,
M. V. Mooue, Proprietor.
Thankful for the patromgo heretofore
liberally bestowed upon him, the new pro
prietor, hopes, cy paying airici- unuiiiiuu
to I lie coimI'ui I and convenience of guests, to
merit a continuance of tho same.
Oct 21 LSiiii.
fir. Ma u
L.VP.C.EY & MA LOSE, Tuorn's,
The proprietors respectfully ask the attention
of their friends and the public in gencrnl to
their large and eniiimodioiis hotel, r.vcry
attention paid to the convenience of puests.
niy'.VHi' ly J- -v- A LOSE.
J. HALEY Proprietor.
This hotel is pleasantly sitnvted on the
banks of tho Clarion River and blk Creek,
at I he lower end of the village, Mr. Henly will
spare no pains for the ennvenie.ee of his
guests, lie invites one and all to give him a
call aud try his house.
Sept, ITlh lii-ly.
WIIKKLKU & WILSON'S SEW
ING MACHINES. The under
signed having been appointed Sole Agent for
the sale of Wheeler & Wilsons bewing Ma
chines for jilk county, lie keens an as
sortmcnt constantly on hand. Machines soul
at Philudeliihia and New York prices. Any
parties desirous of obtaining them can address
J. K. WIHTMOllE.
March Ot-'CO-ly. at Ridgway, Pa.
TTniue, Si'jn and Ornamental Painting.
riUIE SUBSCRIBER WOULD RE
spect fully inform the citizens of Elk
county llu.t he has just started in the
above business in Ridgway, and feel eouti
dent Flint lie can please all who may favor him
with their custom. G RAINING, PAPER
HANGING ASD CALCI.MININO DONE ON
SHORT NOTICE AND IN THE most fashion
able and improved manner and style. Orders
left at this Office or at the Banking House of
Souther, Willis & Souther will be promptly at
W. P. WILLIAMS,
TVTAI'-S, SPIKES, IIIXGEs, RIVETS,
locks, bolls, and all kiuds ot builder's
materials in general can be had cheaper at
t lie St, Mary s Hardware Store than any
other place in blk counrty. (n.oOi)
A 11 orders for Stoves and Hardware
will be promptly attended to as soon
as received, at the
I2'C7 St. MARY'S HARDWARE STORE,
flARDS, Bill-Heads, Letter-Heads, Tags,
I Handbills, &., doue in a neat manner.
aud at I lie lowkst I'Bick. FOR. CASH, at
the Elk Advocate Printing Oihoo.
LANK'bf all kinds for sale at this of
TNYELOPES, LABELS & TAGS neatly
pnutedk I the AQvrjcute urboe.
ed at this 6ee.
iUNS. PI8TOLS. RIFLES. KNIVES
JT pocket and table cullery, of the best
quality and most approved patteins. very
clnap at the Hardware Store ou Bibcrger's old
corner is at. .viary s.
EW HARDWARE STORE !
The subscribers have just 'opened la
S T. M ARY'S
A new and Complete Stock of Heavy k Shelf
And will keep oortitantly on hand a great
COOK ASD HEATING STOVES
Bar Iron, Sfrrl Anrih, Bcltovn, Nailz,
Jnrse Sfiocx, Sjirinrjs, Butd
in; Jliirdirnrc, tSawH
nnd Etfr of Evrri Dcurn'pfwn !
GLN3, PISTOLS AND CARTRIDGES,
Cutlery, Plated Ware and House
Furnishing Goods. Al'
Of every description, which will be sold at
the LOWEST CASH PRICES.
They havo also the exclusive agency in St
Mary's for the
RASE.RURN'INU COAL STOVES
AXD PARLOR FURNACES !
Which have received Four First Class Tre
miuins at the New York State and oth.
er Fairs : Also, the Great Silver
Medal at the Fair of tho Am
erican Institute, held in
New York City, lSUo.
They are Perpetual Burners, only one fin
being required to be made
auring the season.
M. 13EECIIF", .Tn.
WM. II. COrELAND.
TOHN WAPLE desires to make known
o tho emzens or t.entreviue and tne
iirrouuding country that be has taken the
simp formerly occupied by It. J. Maloncy, on
McCuuiey s Corner in ( entreville, anil
hat he lionoa bv payinz strict attention to
his business and t lie wants of his customers.
to merit their patronage in his line. He will
Ke.ip on baud a large and well selected assort
Jlit a it J Ufft-vott IVatf,
f bis own manufacture, which he will warrant
to be of the best finality. His stock consists
of everything that is useful in the tinware line
about a Irjtisc.
1 ask a fair trial, and if my work docs
not give satisfaction, my customers will not bo
obliged to take it. JOHN WAl'Lli.
sep ID: If.
ARRANTED to removo oil desire for
Tobacco. This great remedy is an
excellent appetizer. It purifies tho blood, in
igoralcs the system, possesses great flem
ishing and strengthening power, enables the
stomach to digest the )i earliest food, makes
sleep refreshing, nnd establishes rohust Health
lookers nnd Chewers for hixty tears Cured,
rice, rifty Cents, eost tree. A treatise on
lis injurious effects of Tobacco, with lists o
references, testimonials, &c, sent free
Agents wanted. Address Dr. T.R.ABBOT
crsey City, New Jersey.
Aug. loth 12w.
For doing a family washing in the best and
cheapest manner. Guaranteed eiual to any
in the world ! Has all the strength of old
osin soap wilh the mild and lathering quali
ies of genuine Castile. Try this splendid
soap. Bold by the ALLIEN CHEMICAL
WORKS, 48 North Front Street, Philadelphia.
J. S. BORDWELL. M. D.
eclectic rursici .f jr.
The word eclcctlo means fo choeso or se
lect medicines from all the different
Beliools of medicine ; using remedies that are
safe, and discarding from practice all medi
cines that have an injurious elt'ect on the sys
tem, sucn as mercury, antimony, lead, cop
1 lay aside the lance the old liloodletter,
reiucer or depletcr, aud equalize the circula
tion and restore tha system to its natural
state by alteratives and tonics. I shall here
after give particular attention to chrouio dis
eases, such as Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Liver
complaint. Catarrh, Neuralgia, diseases of the
throat, urinary organs, and all diseases pecu
liar to females, &o.
CATARRH 1 treat with a new instrument of
a late invention, which ernes every case.
ir. tan extracted without pain.
Office and residence south of the tail on
Centre St. Office hours from 7 to 8 a. in : 12
to 1 p. m ; C to 7 p. m. "
vce. b.-iy. j. s. iiUUDVtbbb.
A TTEXTIOX MILL- O WNfRS I
M1E EAGLE TURBINE WATER
WHEEL, patented July 30, 1807, is
superior to any wheel in use. The under.
signed nave the agency tor said wheel in Hie
State of Pennsylvania, und can recommend
it as being the best manufactured. For
further particulars, aud circulars, inquire at
our Foundry in Kersey, where machinery.
mill-gearing, costings and steam engiues will be
made to order at reasonable price" We expect
by giving satisfaction in our ork to reoeive
a good share of publio patronage.
J. F. ROBERTSON,
Kersey, Elk Co., ra.,janli 18i;8pd.
I ILAt KSMITII'S l!AniRTKB9 IK'n
Jj joiner't tools for uule cheaper than
the cheapest" al tho St. Mary'i Hardware
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC,
VRKPAHKIt HV 1IH. C. M. JACKSOX,
The greatest known remeJiei for
Diseases of the Kidneys,
ERUPTIONS of the SKIN,
unit nil Dlnnnsns Hrlalng from ft Dl.
rlrirl l.lvrr, Htoinncli, or
ivi't oirv of tiik lit.oon.
ttftil th f-t'nint ny?'ort.', rt'f ' y find th-it
ymr nvitrm it iiiftrtwf' l-g mm of Won, yn may rrt
rtf,ir''t Hint tlifftinr Au, rwH'Hrnmt itn attack on f
mntt imfKirt'tnt ivTrt f f'iur tiy, ami untrtn fonrt
ijr, vim t'l'Mtn-itinu In dftth, wiU ht ihc mult.
Oonatipatlon, Flatulenoe, Inward Piles,
I'll I Mens or Blood to tha Head, Acidit y
of tho Stomach, Nausea, Heart
burn. DiNtfiirit lor Food, Fulness
or Weight in the Stomach,
Hour Kruotntions, Bink
inx or Fluttering at the Pit
of tho Btotnnch, SwimmfnR of
the Bdad, Hurried or Ditfloult
TJi'cnthinK, FlutteriiiK nt the Heart,
Uhokinx or SuiTomitinK Bonsationa when
in a byiimPunture, Dimness of Vision,
1 or Wobs before the oiRht,
li iU Piin iu the Head, Uefl.
eienoy of Perspiration, Yel
1 jsvnets of tho Skin and
Byos, Pain in tho Side,
Bifk, Chest, Limbs, eto Sud
den Flushes of Heat, Burning in
the Flash, (Jonstnnt ImilnlnniKS of
Evil, and Oi-oat Depression of Spirits.
JU lift iwlicutr tlitntK of th f.iwr nt Wg'stivt
Uryant, citinuintd witk itnpttn blood,
Qooflanb'o Ocrmait Cittcr
Id nllr-l v rrifrtubU. nfl rontRlim no
lltitir. It. In n 4!oiiiifHs of Fluid K.s
IrarlN. Tlir Itnou, llrklH, nml llitrks
feu m which tltmr rxtrnct trr mnl
nre Rmhrrcd In Orntitiif All the
iiirHIluRl t lrliirH nre rxittlttl from
llirm by n mIc ill Iflr dw,irnt. Thexe
rximt-lb ui llit-ii furtvnrilnd to thl
rwinitry to In ihiiI rxjti-fKAly fur the
nitiiulncf ill of flhnr ltltttrit. Thrrtt
In uo HlDhollv .iilistiine of any kiiiit
nrl in coioMiiiiitlliii( the Itlttfrn,
hciicw Jl l tli only Hitter that, emi
be iihtil tiii NMeftivluro ulcohoUc tlm
mIhuI ore not MtlvlHabltt
tjooflimifo Omnutt (Tonic
itn t-'mbinufifm f all th intrrttlimts of V Ilitttrt,
trith .VinM fViuifHfM, Grange, rJc, 7wtiW or
the strut ttitftiten at the Jhttm, in eui-i H-her time
purr iitc-th"Ue ttimul't it rqmrtl. )'n wilt tar in
tfiiW t-i'tt trt'-u rwii'i ar tMitirulr UilTrvnt from
oj others wlr-rtifd for the cure of th iiurntft
n tmetl. thetr being trirntifie preparation t of nuttinnal
Tr.cfd, irhUe .V tttneri ire mere Hectrtiuns of rum
itt von form. The TON It! it fteeiitnlly on of the morf
HfMixtnt itwl affreathle remedies eer offered to tits
put-li. Itt Uttte it exquisite. It is a pUnmre to takt
it, ir'til itt life-fjiriuf, exhilarating, and medicinal
anilities h'tve atuttd it to Ot hwu tt ut the greatest of
Thnmitl of c , wlirn the pn
tlrN inpiioRfd lie m nfftlrtrd with.
I hlit terrible rilnenie have brett cured
h t he use of t hep.? reined leu. Extreme
cinaclattou. debility and cough are
the tiKtjal attendants upon severe
etin of dyeprpsla or disease of the
digestive oranit. Kvrn In ranee of
p m nine Coin.nmptloii. t hear remedies
will be found of the (free teat benefltt
iiirugilicistuK and luvltforatiug.
Vtere it no medicine equal to Itoojtantts German
ft ttert r Ttmic in mi'i of IhiWy. 1 u imptrt a
tun, and rijtr to th wfvtle system, ttretiathen the. up
prtit vans an mjnynirtd of the fond, ennlle the.
t'ema -H to digest it, purify the firW. ire a (punt,
ti'vt, Heat thy eompUri'in. eradicate th yUmv tiny
frtan the eye, impu t a Mo an U the chrekt, and change,
i tmtient from a HorUbreathedt emaciated ctuk.
Weak and Delicate Children
rr made trit( l-y ualnff tli Itlltrrs
or Tulr. Iu furl, lltry mrr Kmnlly
Mrrileluca. 'I'hr' rmu lie ailmliilmerra
wllta irrfrrt mnfrty to m rlilld Hire
iHontli, ltl, ( he tMOkt delicate female,
or it uiau of ulnet y.
7Ve J,Vwrci art th btst
Jtloori lirl tiers
trtr Kiinvm, iwnt vili curt ail diinitft rtiulling for
ka i M.
KT ymr W-vxf jwr t Ittrp your I.irrr in oHei
k'ft your digti'irt iirjmii in a h'ttltlty ctmti
h'-i. f.y th u of thse rtmtliet, and no diiwu ui
tfr aitml yn.
I.lte vhn T'th 11 fnlr skin nnd
KOuil rm plr x li, fr-r from m yellnwm
I. It itiifce nnd nil otlter rilif1gHreiiiritt.
ihimld ue tliri.n t'litcttleii orcaloli
itily. 1'he I.lver lit iifi-fer-t nrtler, All
1Uf tlni(l purr, will remiil In fepnt'L
"ntt es itiitl bloomlitfi clteeks.
c a I'Tioiti
IfitttmniCt ', Hmrdit tut mmtrfn'l
Th fiMrtW hn tkf ti4inrtvrt of M. Jmck.
oo ths front of th otttxid mtfipr of a'h luff'l.
t.'if mv of tit ai U I hbiKH in ruch Uttllt. All
1 li a m , n d , nf letters have been l
ret ve4, 1 1 Ifj In g to I lie v lit lit of tlx
: BEAD THE RE00MMESDATI01I3.
KRilM HON. (ISO. W. tV OOUWAHD,
Olcl Jutlire of llir Siiprrmp Cmirt f Pemi'.vlvs
l':'inicLrnu. Mtura lOili, lkl
j find M.t(,i.r Itntzm Iti'lm" it not an ii
itUntf hrrou. ltl it a a'.' toni. utfj'nl in d
drl f the dionlir orqitnt, ant of ijrnt ltnfi
cat of d'biltly awoi n-ant of htihim action in
f4tmn. i'tmrt fruit,
UKO. M'. WOOD WA HI
FROM IIOV. JAMRS THOMPSON,
Jtiilg ttf llir Hiiiitttne Curt nf I'eiiimylvAlits.
1'ini.tiKi.rim, Arsu. 2mIi, Isoa
I roni'Acr llooflaud's tiermmi II
tt" rii.ift.V mrtliriit' In cn of r
InelBLa of liidlKrullou or liykieitHln.
ram certify el.lt IVnm my exprrlcu.
Ol tt. tOHI'M, il It 1'fMprv.f,
Vr.m ItKV. JOSK1MI II. KKN'N'aUn, D.n.,
Pmi . of Hi T.-iilli IUitU Clnmli, 1'liilwMphi
lm .liSii!ilr.tR SlH : I hare. Urn frequently
Suetlrd to rmmfl iy tl'llilf N'l'l Winnrtnatiimi
!rr'M kindM of meiliriuet, .,( re-mrdinu the prart
91 out of mil ii),rr"inri,ile ephere, I hare, in all eatrt i
thned ; but toith a eleor yrwtfin rttriotu inttaucet.a.'
p.i li.itl.u-ly inmuour.l fauil'l.of the ut'Juhieuaf I ,
i'ftai.r tierman Hitter, I Je'pati ft imcefrem I
luvul cnurt', lo e.r.r.u toy fill uwll-m thai I
ful ilrl.illly vl llir ai Kli-in. iiuil i .vitll.v f..r l.ir '
AMiplaillt. it Uu MfM llll.l Vlllu.il. la tr.MMMti"ll.
w emu il may fail ; W ulutlly. I dimU P"l, il V i
b rery beneficial ' tm thoee trhn euifrr from the abet
oaum. I'vnrt, rry reirtt'otlu,
J. 11. KkXSAXn,
hiyhth, bebao tWrl SI.
Prioa of the Bitters, tl.00 per bottle I
Or, a half dozan or 3.00.
tfriva of the Touio, 1.50 per bottles
Or, a half dosan for (7. SO.
Th Tonic le futt up In tunrt b..ltlHl.
Uer'Uleri lea' il i t'r. Iloafland'i Herman Kemediet
ih.tt are unirertmtly uai and to kiyhly vetjummewU
d : and il uol allow the. Oru.yitl In induce, ynu to
InAt muy thlmy el4 that me may ay itjtttl u fjfotd, he
HM he wutket luryer ja-tit em U. TkttA jtemedtem
wdl be tetd by ceyrtu la any locality uptat ajatticutiom
AT THE GERMAN MEDICINE STORV,
Xo. Ull Altt'll STIIEKT, miadfliliia.
Oil A 8. M. EVAJIB, Proprietor,
rormeily C. H. JACKSOH 4 CO.
. TWeae. Remedies are for sale, br
DrnKKlels, SHorekeepers, mail Meti. .
Ian UoUllttmywIim, .
lm not tfhrai tn emanemt wtll tht article Iom buy, ut
nUr In yri Um j. hm