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FRIDAY, JANUARY 8. 1RG9
TlARRisnuno, Wednesday, Jan. G.
The Governor's message was delivered
to the Legislature to-day. He speaks of
the prosperous condition of the State
nances, showing that the debt is annually
diminishing, and recommends retrench
ment in every department. Tito common
schools ore in a satisfactory condition, but
be estimate? that seventy five thousand
children in the Slate are without school
facilities and urges improvement, and also
an increase in the salaries for teachers.
He urges the adoption of measures to pre
vent fraudulont naturaliz itiun lie alludes
to the case of Hester Vaughan and other
persons under sentence of death, for whose
execution warrants have never been signed,
and suggests a law allowing the Governor
to commute a death penalty for a term of
The joint Republican caucus met this
aftcrnooD and immediately nomiaated John
Scott of Huntingdon, for United States
Senator, and R. W. Mnckey, of Pittsburg,
for State Treasurer. Roth Houses of the
Legislature have adjourned until Tuesday.
Advices from Constantinople contain in
formation to the effect that the insurgents
in Crete have submitted to Turkish au
thority, and thaltbe Sultan has established
a Provisional Government over them. The
time for the assembling of the Pence Con
ference, which was fixed for the 2d of
January, lias been postponed, and it is now
doubtful if it will be convened at all.
There was recently a public detnonstra.
tion at Seville, Spain, in opposition to the
Provisional Government. A body of
troops were sent to rjuict the disturbance,
but the populace had been disarmed by the
locul authorities previous to their arrival.
There have teen seme disturbances at
Malaga, but no doubt exists of the ability
of the Government to control them.
A dispatch received in London an
Bounces the murder of fifty European
families in New Zealand by the niaories.
Annothnr colliery explosion is reported
to have taken place yesterday in the Hay
dock Colliery, in England. Twenty-two
dead bodies have been takes oat of . the
miue, and it is not known how many more
there may be left.
An Iowa Colored Man Rh-uses to
ACT A8 JUSTJCE OF Til K PjJAC'K. The
Dubuque rimes says the Democrats of
Yiuterset, Iowa, by way ol a joke, voted
lor Toby Edwards, a colored citizen In
justice of the peace. Toby was el. ctcd.
Hud has since immortalized himsellby de
clining the office, as the address below will
bear ititncss :
7a the Democratic pur'y of Muduvn
louuty luica :
Gentlemen : I am compelled to de
cline ucccptirg the trust which you have
by your votes desired me to recaive.
A proper regard for my own character
piercutsuiefroni becoming an officeholder
iu the Democratic party. I am a poor man
ruy reputation is all I posses, and I cannot
iiflord to fling it away by accepting and
oflicial position at your hands.
My education is also defective, and
although I will probably be able to read
and write sooner than the majority 0f the
Democracy, still, as ignorance is the only
Democratic qualification for office which J
possess, I cannot think it quite fair to give
uie the only place at your disposal, to the
exclusion of so mauy members of the party
who possess that qualification to a r cater
extent than I do myself.
Again, the unfortunate color of my i-kin
will prevent me fiom acquiring a Demo
cratic nose, and thus prevent all hope of a
Add to the above my natural repnns
nance to associating with low white tra-h,
and you have the causes which couipid mo
to exclaim in the language of the late
Horatio Seymour, " Your canpiuato I can
not be." Touy Edwards.
Lemons for Fever. Says that walk,
ing cyclopedia of health knowledge, Dr.
Hall: When persons are feverish and
thirsty beyond what is natural, indicated
in soaie eases by a nietalio taste in the
mouth, especially after drinking water, or
by a whitish appearance of a greater part of
the surface 01 the tongue, one of the best
" cooler," iaternalor external, is to take a
lemon cutoff the top, sprinkle over it some
loaf sugar, working it downward into the
lemon with a spoon,, and then suck it
slowly, squeesing the lemon and adding
more sugar as the acidity increases from
being brought up from a lower point.
Invalids with feverishncs may take two
or three lemons a day in this manner with
the most marked benefit manifested by a
sense of coolness, comfort and invigoration,
A lemon or two thus taken at " tea. time'
as n entire substitute lor the ordinary
" supper " of summer, would give many a
comfortable night's sleep with no awaken,
ing after rest and invigoration, with an
appetite fct breakfast, to which they are
strangers who will ha7e their cup of tea, or
supper, or " relish " cake and berries, or
poaches and cream,
Reoret not the golden ago that is be
lind. There is one before and it beckons
!ou. Its rewards are Dot for the idle, but
or the brave hearts disciplined to toil.
The boy who was caught looking into
the future, ha? been arrested for trying to
see the show without paying.
There have been three hundred bank
rupt cases in Virginia to dato.
An agent of the Virginia Express
Company was knocked down at Norfolk,
Va., on 'Jhursday, and robbed of $12,000.
The legislature of Dakota has pawed
a memorial asking Gen. Grant to appoint
VV. W. Brockii.gs the next Governor of
The flico of the Providence 7V?m, at
Providence, R. I., was destroyed by fire
Thursday morning. . Tweuty five printers
wero obliged to escape by the rope in the
hoistway. 'J ho loss on tho entire building
is estimated at from 825,000 to SoO.000.
A St. Louis dispatch report! that ii is
rumored that a prominent uovcrnmont
ofliciul is a defaulter li tho Government to
the amount of $00,000. The dispatch
states that the rumor conies from the
United States District-Attorney's WlTice,
Within the past week about twenty
boys, mostly under 15 years of age, have
been before the court cf Worchcstcr,
Mass., changed with petty larceny. The
developments thus far indicate that thee
little fellows have worked in gangs and re
duced their thieving to a system.
Another bat'le occured recently be
tween our troops and hostile Indians iu the
Wichita Mountains. A large number of
Indians am reported killed, and Santana
and little Raven-are counted among the
prisoners. Particulars of the fight are not
given, the messenger having lost his official
reports while crossing the Arkansas River.
Reports from Agusta, Ark., represent
that affairs in certain portions of the State
re yet very much unsettled, and that there
is no security for ciiher life or property.
I'heKuklux Klans still coutinue to drive
out the Northerners. Among those re
cently notified to leave was a Mr. Putter, of
New York, who had come to Augusta with
the inteution of entering into business.
Delegations from several tribes of the
Cherokee Nation have arrived in Washing,
ton to ask au investigation into Gen. Cus
tard's recent fiyht, in which they declare
mar.y of their own people were killed.
They presented a memorial to the Com.
missiouer of the Indian Rureau yesterday,
setting forth their grievances. All the
'peacelul tribes of Indians, numbering
about forty thousand, have, through their
Chief, forwarded a memorial to be presented
to Congress, protesting against the transler
of tho Indian Bureau to the War Depart
ment., Several months ago the firm of Marsh
& Rates of Troy brought uit against Hugh
It. Cowan and Wm. A. Russell, of Salem.
Washington County, for the ro;overy of
the sum of 15,000, which they claim was
due them for filing tho quotas of several
towns in Washington County in the Sum.
nier und Fall of 1SU4. The case was re
fercd to Hon. Ji.-hn Morgan, of Troy, and
he has just rendered his decision in favor
of Mursii k Rates. It is understood that
tho defendants have appealed from the
Charles N. Pendy, and a negro named
Hen 1 hmpson, have been arrested by order
of the Chief Constable of South Carolina,
at Abbeville Court House, on the charge
of complicity in the muider, a few months
ago of James Martin, member of the South
Carolina Legislature. J. Fletcher Hodges,
a son ol Gen. George Hodges, has also
been arrested fur complicity in the murder
of R F. Randolph, a negro member of the
from the Trenton (N. J.) Gzette,XeQ 3Cth.
Wlat wo Eat cd Irirk.
There is cer.taiuly no subject of graver
importance or one which more nearly
affects our whole temporal well being both
as individuals and as a nation, than that
which heads this article. We are made of
what enters our mouths, and if this is un
fit for muscle and nerve aud blood making,
our bodies must suffer the coascquences.
The New York World has recently been
doing good service to the citizens of New
Yoik city, by an exhaustive and impartial
exposition ol tho adulterations aud short
wciubts practiced by the grocers of that
city. That enterprising sheet scut agents
around to a large number of grocery stores
of all kinds ; from the dinsy corner Dutch
crocery, to the wagnifieient establishments
up the avenues. The samples thus pro.
cured were subjected to a careful and
thorough analyzution by a practical chemist,
a.id taeh parcel weighed on a pair of
standard scales. The result, viewed in the
light of what wc are accustomed to hear of
tho wholesale adulteration of our food, and
the iuate rascality ot New York grocers, is
not so bud as might be expected, although
when looked at trom the standpoint ot
strict honesty and the natuial abilities of
our stomachs, it is horrible enough. At
tho fiisf.class stores the variations from the
true weight were very slight, and in many
cases nouc whatever was discovered. The
articles which showed a small variation
were such as could have lost a little by
evaporation, while teas, etc., were, in neerly
all cases, of full weight. Tho artiole most
adulterated was coffee, while sugar is never
adulterated, and tea but very seldom. At
the small mean etcies, tho adolteratioos
were on a more extended and fearful scale.
Tlie effect of this crusade has been to im.ke
grocers more careful, and to point out to
the public where they can purchase goods
without be cheated either in weight or
quality. We wish its beneficial effects
could bo exteuded to this city, and we
don't know but we will make a similar in
vestigation and publish the result. Rat
the World meeting with such success in its
exposure of the groceries, has been sending
its agents around to the bars ot the leading
hotels lor samples of tho liquor sold by
these, iustitutions, and nobody will be sur
prised to learn that most of its proves to be
badly adulterated. A chemical analysis
prepured by Professor John C. Draper
shows that in most instances both brandy
and whiskey are proved to contain large
proportions of fuseli-oil, a dangerous poison:
with powerfully intoxicating qualities;
while there was not a single ease where the
liquor had not bo largely diluted with
1 "J" J..L !! 1 1
VOt reSMHv A
Home made Guano. Collect a barrel
of bonce, crush them ; mix with a barrel ol
hickory ashes ; moisten with eoap-siids, tip.
ply a quart or two at a time. Use as a
special tcrtiiizor on meiions, sqnasnes.
early corn, and cucumbers ; allowing a gill
to a hill.
Uses of Corn Husks. In this country
the chief industrial use of corn-husks is to
stuff mattresses. Sometimes for this pur
pose they are torn into shreds by hand
with a hetchel, but for largo manufactures
they are prepared by iiachiuery invented
lor the purpose. The Germans are far
ahead of the Yankees in utilizing this ma.
terial. Ry means of processes invented in
Austria some five or six years ago, about
twenty per cent, of the weight of corti'
husks nifty be made into stout, paper,
twenty-five per cent, may be brought into
a fibrous condition and woven into clolh
and fifteen per cent, may be separated as a
kind of starchy substance, which has been
made into biscuit for the soldiers iu the
Comparative Richness of MiT,K.--It
is stated that the last half pint of milk
drawn from a cow's udder has sixteen
times the quantity of cream in it than the
first one. This is one reason why the
cow. milking machines arc not more exten
sively approved. Although they may
milk very fust, they do not " strip " clean,
and fanners cannot afford to lo-e the last
half pint of milk from each cow twice a
Glycerine. Glycerine is the sweet,
syrupy substance obtained by subjecting
lard and tallow to the action of superheated
steam, or, in other words, of steam heated
in a tight vessel to a high temperature.
The stcuu cause the fatty acids to separate
from the glycersne This lust, besides
boing used iu the manufacture of nitio.
glycerine, which is as poisonous as it is ex.
plosive, may be applied to maty valuable
purposes. Some of these are very simple,
and apparently trivial, but still worth
knowiug j for instance, glycerine is enc of
the best remedies for chapped hands and
cracked l;ps. It is also, when diluted with
water, a suitable dressing for the hair, be
ing something like the " bnndoliuo " made
from a solution of Iceland moss, and often
used for keeping tho hair in place.
Glycerine will also soothe the bites of the
mosquito, aud the sting of bees and wasps.
Wiieat-Rran for Milch Cows.
Cows that give milk require feed that
abounds in albumninous matter, in order to
be able to siaintuin a satisfactory flow of
milk. Ruckwhcat.bran will produce about
as large a quantity of milk as wheat-bran.
Hut the milk made by feeding buckwheat,
bran will be thin and poor, and much in
ferior to the milk which a. cow gives when
her feed is composed largely of wheat bran,
which contains u largo amount of nlbu.uuin
ous matter. Rut wheat Iran uudergi-c.4 a
great improvement by being cooked before
it is fed. Agricultural chemists tell us
that bran contains more than fourteen per
cent, of albumen, which is an excellent feed
for making rich milk. Resides this, wheat,
bran ' contains about three per cent, of
phosphoric acid, which is an excellent
article in the line of fertilizing materials
for producing bountiful crops of any kind
of grain or vegetables. Where a person
has only one or two milch cows, it will
always be proftublc to scald the bran before
feeding to the cows. Let a few quarts be
put in a tub and boiling-hot wa'cr turned
in and miuglcd with it until the mass is as
thin as gruel ; then allow it to stand over
uight, or during tho day, covered closely.
A good cow, fed with such a mess and
prime hay, will roll out the rich milk
almost as abundantly as if she were fed on
grass, provided she have a comfortable
shed, or stable, in cold ncather.
Prints on Apples and Tears.
A frietid, who has lately been on a visi'
to the" Hub of the Universe," writes us
this : " 1 have just seen a vety prttty and
faueiful idea developed on pears and apples
in the orchard ot a menu ut West Rox
bury, Mass. As you ramble among the
trees you are ever and anon saluted by. at)
inscription upou the fruit, done asiif Were
by tho hands of nature herself. Heri you
meet with tho familiar name of Mary, or
Alice, or a date (18fo) in brief everything
that may suggest itself to your taste or
fancy, aud all done in the skin of the Iruit
without abrasion or foroign impression,
Tho discovery was ruado by tho Hon
Arthur W. Austin, of West Roxbury, in
1851-52. Ho observed, duiing the former,
year, that apples did not redden in that
part of the fruit where a leaf happened to
lie upon it. In 1852 ho out out letters
fioui newspapers, and when the apples were
yet green, he pasted them upon them with
paste such as the apothecaries, use, mado of
Gum Traacuth. The apples would red
den in all parts not covered by tho pasted
letters. When the fruit had reddened to
perfection tho letters were removed, and
they would appear permanently outlined in
green. .So, again, when he pasted on the
apple a paper in which the letters were
cut out, the parts covered by tho paper
would be green, and the letters would ap
pear, distinctly turned in red, tho green
ground surrounding them. The experi
ment is a very pretty one, and produces '
happy effect. Let our fruit growers try it
How much sweeter i.ust be the relish ot ap
ple or pear, if the namo of a favorite
should thus appear on it, as if written by
tho hand of nature. What a price such
fruit, so inscribed, would command in mar
ket, -and what a pretty present it would be
to any lady at a feast." Charlatown
It is proposed to establish a regular
line of four first-class steam ''tugs between
1'hiladctpVia and l'rcuien.
BY VIRTUE of sundry writs of Venditioni
Kxponas and Lcvarie Facias issued
out of tho Court of Common Tles of
Elk county, there will he exposed to TUBLIC
SALK n tho Court Ilouxe in Bidgwny on
MONDAY, tho Ulh dny of January, 18UH, th
following described Kcol Estate, to wit I
All that rnossiiBge or tennment, being two
story brick houscand four lots in the Hovougli
of s Marys in the county, of Klk, situate un
Centre Slreel containing a fl oat on said Centre
Street one hundred fcut by two hundred feet
Bt right angles aud being number forty (40)
on Centre Street in the map or plan of the
Borough of St. Marys.
ALSO. All Hint certain lot or piece of
ground siltinled in St Marys and bounded as
follows ! ISfginning at a point on St. Michncl
Street twenty four feet nm-ili westerly from tho
North west eurncr of Michael Gerg's House,
said corner be'ng the north west corner of
l'cndergasts lot, and ho south west corner of
ilio lots whose boundaries are now being de
scribed thence north thirty four degrees thirty
minutes enBt (N S i" SO' Ji) ninety four feet
and three tenths of a foot (01,3 ft) to a post.
Theneo north eighty-three degrees east
(M K) forty-one feet eight tciilliB of a foot
(41.8 ft) to a post on Lafayette Street. Thence
North ten degrees fifteen miutes west
(N 10 I-V W'j along Lafayette street to a post
thirty feet I'iSOft. Theiii'o south seventy-live
degrese ten minutes west S 7.5 10' WJ
seventy-seven feet f 77 ft to a post. Thence
south thirty-four degrees thirty minutes west
Sa t SO' W cigty-tour feet and eight tenths
of a foot M.K ft j to Miehnel Street. Thence
south fify-fivo degrees thirty minutes cst
. S f)-j oil' K) forty i'cet 40 ft to the place of
beginning. Containing five thousand one him
died and forty four square feet '144 sq ft
be the same more or leis. Also erected there
on flno two story house .'!0.t36 feet with stone
basement also e-rated thvrern.
Seized and taken in execution and to bo sold
ns the properly of Ueo. 1'. llintcnncli and Geo.
ALSlf Tho following described tract, piece
or parcel f land, shunted in Jay Township
Klk Canity, Pennsylvania warrant mimberfive
thousand And sixteen .lolti warranted in the
name of Wilhclm Will i ti k ct ul, containing nine
hundred and ninety !l'.!(J acres more or lc.s.
bounded on the north by warrant No. G(H)7 on
the cast by warrant No. 501ft. on tho south by
warrant ,1010 and on the west by warrant 5017
which said tract of laud is unseated and iiiiiia
proved. Scizcta'-d taken in execution, and to be fold
an the property of The Cherry and Trout Hun
Oil it M inning Company.
ALSO. All that certain piece or parcel of
lan I situate, lying aud bring in (lie liorongli ot
St. Marys; County of Klk aud State of Penn
sylvania, bounded and described as follow.! :
beginning at, tho intersection of tho Philadel
phia and Kric Uailinad and St. Michael Street
being the a u'h west corner of the lot, thence
north fifty-five ami one hnif degrees ''Sj0
west one hundred aud nine and two tenths
(10!) 2-10) feet. Thence north thirty-four and
one l.alf ;I4J degrees cast eighty-three nnd
three tcuths-Sft o-l()-feet. Thenco north eighty
three degrees M:i5 cast thirty-two and live
tenths -!'J 5-loj feet Thence south ten an I one
fourth ( 10.) degrees, east one hundred and
and twenty-six and six tenths (KiiU-lll) feet.
Theuon south fifty. two and olio half degrees
west (5J) sixlcon-lii-leet along said lUil
road loilie place of beginning. Containing
seven thousand six hundred and len-7U0-sciiaro
feet of land bo the Banio more or less.
On which is erected one two story frame tavern
house about 50 feet by SO feet, one two story
frame building used its a drug store, ono two
stovy frame building fronting on Michael Street
und the Philadelphia and Lrio R. 11. ami. one
old barn fll,ly 1:0 leet.
Seized and taken itf execution and to be sold
as the property of Jama Coyne, and of Joseph
Wilhclm Terro tenant.
JA.MKS A. M ALONE, ShcritT.
Snsnirr's Cruci:, Rhkiway, Pa., j
December 11th, ISM. St.
CO CUT PUOCLAMATION. Whereas, the
lion. II. W. Williams. President J .idge and
Hons. K. ('. Scliult.o ami Jesse Kylcr. Asso
ciates. Judges of I lie Court it (Quarter Sessions,
Orphans' C nil. Oyer and Terminer, and Gen
era! Jail delivery, for the trial of capital and
other (iVenses in tho county of Klk, by their
prccripts to js:c directed, have ordered tho
aforesaid named Courts lobe holden at ltidg
way, in and fur tho county of Klk, on the
Second Monday of January, it being the 11th
day of tho montii, cud to :ontiuiie one week.
Notice is hereby jriven to the Coroner, Justices
of the Peace, and Cons nbles of thesaid county,
that they nrc by these p-osents commanded to
be then and there in their proper persons at
ten o'clock, A. M., of said day, with their
rolls, rt-corda and iniiiisitions, ami other re
membrances, to do those things which their
oflices appertain to bo done, and t li .-it all
Justices of ssid coiiti'y make returns of all
rei'oguijsuces entered into before them, 'o the
C erlt of tho Court, as per act of Assembly of
March lih 1SI1I. And those who sre bound to
prosecute tho prisoners that are or shall be iu
the jail of the county of Klk, and to bo then
and lliero to prosecute against them 09 shtill
JAMES A. M ALONE, Sheriff,
ltidgway, Dec. .18, ufito.
List cf Joiors.
Drawn fof January Term, 1809.
- GRAND JUUORS.
iirniinger "Adain Coyer; P.'X. Eng. '
Fox Lawrence Molnin, Jr.,' Knos Hayes,
John Mohan, Henry Lai gey, Peter Thompson,
Uriah W. Itpgers, C. W. II. Kckic.
Horton llczekiali lloiton, John Winklebach,
Jay Jacob A Spangler, A. E. Ooff.
Jones Joseph lletchucckcr, John Palcn,
llidway W. S. Service, A. II. Head, Isaac
St. Marys Leonard Whitman, Henry
Fochtmaii, 1'rank Sosonheinier, Joseph Wil
hclm. TRAVERSE JURORS,
Bcueietlc William E. Johnson, Reuben
Winslow.Jr., John Emery.
L'enzinger Anton llillc, Jacob Vollmor,
Joseph liebsol, William Grots, Adam Kopp.
Fox Fred Schoening, Matthew Haves
Michael Shartraw, Thomas N'alone, Jeremiah
Sullivan, Thomas A. Gross, William Taylor. Sr.,
James MeCloskoy, Hecscutan Meredith,
William II. Mtredilh.
Horton Joseph S. Hyde, Clark A. Wilcox,
A. Sparks, James Phaian, Patrick Riley, Jr.
Jay William N. Webb, Oliver Dodge, Josiah
U. Morey, Anson 1). Robinson, Thomas Tozier,
Leroy li. Legget.
Jou-cs Michael Weidcrt, Joseph Tamblue,
HiJgway Nelson Gardner, Patrick Malone,
J. II. Mayo, Edward Derby, Horace Warner,
Miner Wilcox, C. W. Service, Homer Perry,
M. V. Moore, Leonard Cook, Henry II. Thomas.
-St. Murya John Foster, Frank Gerg, John
Sprini: Creek Martin Perrin. Juhn 8.
NOTICE is hereby giyen that the following
accounts have been filed ia uiy office iiid
will be presented at the next term of the
Orphan's Court of Elk County fur-confirmation.
Final account of Adam Josberger Executor
ef Jos Erig deceased.
CEO A. RATUBVN, Uej.Uler.
Deo. 11th, 'OS nolt.
Job Pbintiso of every description do.io
promptlj at this office and in a stylo tin
equalled in this section of the State. Entire
W. S- SERVICE.
yy s. SERVICE,
Will from this date be prepared to soli
at the lowest prices.
STOVES TOR FARLORS,
STOVES FOR KITCHENS,
STOVES FOR HALLS,
STOVES FOR BED ROOMS,
STOVES FOR STORES,
STOVES FOR MILLS,
STOVES FOR HOTELS,
STOVES FOR OFFICES,
STOVES FOR CIIURC1IK3.
Anl in fact for all places where stoves
are needed. Give him a oalll.
TIN WARB AT WI10LESALB AND RETAIL
JORBINQ IX ALL IT3 BRANCH 88,
ROOFING AMD SPOUTiNQ,
HOUSK FURNISHING GOODS,
TOYS, BIRD CAGES,
ltidgway Not. 18, lf,8, ylnltf.
DR. W. W. SHAW Practices Medicine
and Surgery, Centreville, Elk county
A Naw Rkmkdy ix Cossr xrT o.-- A
Physioian who hd Consumption for seveial
years, with f.equent bleedings of the lungs,
cured himself with medicine unknown to
the profession; when his' case appeared hope
less. He is the only physician who has nsed
it in his own person, or who has any knowledge
of its virtues j a id ho can ascribe, the degree
of health he now enjoys to nothi-.g butth.
use of his medicine; aud nothing but .utter
despair n l entire extinction of all hpo of
recovery, together with a want ofoontidence
in all others induced him to hasard the exper
iment. To thoso nuB'ering with any disease
of the lungs he proffers ft treatment h con
fidently believes will eradicate the disease.
Prico if 1.50 per bottle, or !f8s half dozen,
sent by express. Send fr a circular r call
on Dn. E. Rovi.ston JioifKox, No. North
Tenth Street,. Philadelphia, Pa.
A CARD TO THE LADIES. Dr. Dupon
co's GOLDEN PERIODICAL PILLS
lor females. InfaUiblo in correcting irreg
ularilics, Removing Obstructions of
Monthly Turn', from whatever cause, and
always successful as a prevent ive. One Pill is
a dose. Female? peculiarly situated, or those
supposing tht'iuseivos so, are caiilionod against
using these Pills whilo in that condition,
lest they invite miscarriage, after which ad
monition tho Proprietor assume no re
sponsibility, although their mildness would
prevent any miwliief to health; olterw'is
tllO Pills rfTf rnnmniitntt dm) iiu a l..u, In...)..
able Remedy for tho alleviation of those
..ir . a- i , ... . .
.in-! mg irtiiu any iri eguiaruios Wliutever,
as well as prevent an increase of family
when health will not permit it ; quieting the
nerves and bringing back the. rosy color cf
health" to the cheek of tho most delicate. '
Full and explicit directions accompany
each box. Price $1 per box ; 0 boxes, If 5.
Sold iu ltidgway, Pa., by G. G. Messenger,
Druggist, sole agent for ltidgway. Ladies, by
sending him If 1 to the ltidgway P. O. can
have the Pills sent (confidentially) by mail to
any pa.t of the country, jieo of postage.
Suld also hv Sw.avn lb lti.vnnl.lj fit fu-H'-
and hy one Druggist iu every village ia tkt
S D. HOWB,
my2 C8-Iy. Bole Proprietor, X. T.
PATRON'I.g HOME INSTITUTIONS.
FLOUR, FEED -AND GRAIN.
riIHE subsciibcrs having completed their
Jl New Grist Mill, in ltidgway are now
prepared to furnish the people of the aur
rnuuding eomilry with
Flour of the Best Quality,
and of their own manufacture, at the lowest
The attention of lumbermen and orhfrs
is called to our laciliciea tor furnishing
FEED OF ALL KffDS,
cheaper than it can be bought any other
plaee in the county.
JC&yCAgfl Paid fob Gbain."Qj
J.8. II VDK,
J. V. ItoUK.
J. K. WUir.MORE.
November 7, ISfiZif
Powell & kime-
QOOD3 FOR THE MILLION.
POWELL & K I M U
At their capacious stores both in
Hare on hand, splxmlid aesortaittiU of
all seasonable Goods adapted to tha wants
nf the people of Elk and adjoiniag
counties, which they are selling at price
that defy competition. They would sinply
state here, that bciug very large dealors,
their facilities for pnrchasin2 are a
equalled by any establishment ia th
county. They buy directly from niaHU
facturcs and on the
Another aJ ran tags. You oaa always
get what you want at thoir stores, fctae
yon will save tima by going dirsttly t
them and TIME IS MONET. W
have no space hero to enumerate all the ad
vantages you will havo in putroniziug tkea
establishments. But oil and see, and
reap tho the advantage for yourstlves.
Among their Goods you will find
DRY GCODS in on Hess varieties,
GROCERIES choio.anJ frosU
CLOTHING ofbtst material supsrW
cut and Cnish,
ROOTS A SHOES of th. beat
stock and runko,
CROCKERY for newly manUJ,
middle agd aud uldmly.
AND EVERYTHING ELSE!
20 inch shaved shingle, tatea torgooJsy
at tWmartet pric,at loth stores.
AUo most other kinds of couty pre
dujo taken at the market value-