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T H E ELK ADVOC AT E
Tnii peculiar tr.int or
Infection which wo
call Senium lurks
in the constitutions of
multitude of na n. It
Cither produrvs or is
prodne d ly an cn
- loohlcd. viti'at. '1 Mnto
e i. i.l t .. l.n....l..
"fc'- . tl l)iv II.IK'll, II, ' III
VtfT lL"5.tlmt fluid become!" m-
JS j5iifJ,s"eiMiipotciit to rustnin
''ATV.Sn.frtlio -v Hit t loroesinincir
vigorous aeiion, una
iloaves the fystein to
"fjll into disorder nnd
' itiV. Tin MTofulotl coniaininafion is va-.-:;!
V caused hy mercurial iliscnM', low
. :n. disordered digestion from unhealthy
o.l. impure air. 1iith and lililiy babi:,
, 0 ,lrpro.-ili'j vices, r.nd, nllOM- I'll, by
. vonercnl infection. Whatever 1 e i,
i ;vin. i( is bcrodita'-y in the coiM'iliiiioii,
. 'seending "from parents Id children unto
I A' third and four:h g. in ration ;" iudord. it
tin to he the rod of Ilim v hn i nys, ' I will
it the ini. initios of the !'..thr;s liptm lltrir
i ' ildr' li." 1 he diseases it originates t;:ko
iriiuis nntttf. .Tooi'lin; to th." o-enn it
. "ark'. In the lnnijs, tM-rofola produces
berries, utid finnlly ( 'or. Miiiiiitii.il ; i:l the
':mds. Mnlliny which Mt;pn;;.to ami '
ine itli-ornn foi rs ; in the Monuich mid
owol, ih r:in.i;i iiit iit s which produce, imli
ttioti, ilysji-jifis, n i l iii or compliant ; on
Vin. t ri.piivc and cutaneous elicolion.
' boo. nil I n-, ins flu- : me i i '"'.m. roijtdrc the I
i no i'i vi.' ly. viz.. J ii i'.ir ti: :n v i d On ii-ra-
n of the' I loud, l'urily the 1 lood. :md
-e dan::. Tons ili ti' i ihhts leave yi.u. Willi
i hip, full, or Corrupted Mood, you cannot
ave health: villi that "l;i of the tlesh"
. al'hv, you cannot have scrofulous disease.
f- Ayer's Ecirsnparilla
' compounded from (he nio.n fl'oetriil nnti-
. .os that medical .science has ilisn vered fur
.is nftUrting distemper, and for the c-ttrc of
; iO disorders il ent.ui-. 'J'hat it is far f uie-
',nr to any oilier remedy y I ih isi d. i
i novti hy all who have piven il : 1ii:d. That
! dues eiiir.hino virtues tniiy i Ntraerdinary
i:i their ell'ei t upon this ch of ( oniphiintK,
indi. putahly proven hy the proat iiiiiliitude
r puhlii ly known and reiuaikahle ruro it
: is iiiiide "of the following disenjos: King's
''3vil, cr Glandular Swellings Tumors,
Irtjptions, Pimples, Blotches and Sores,
. 'rysipelas, Kose or St. Anthony's Fire,
'.lit Eheurn, Scald Head, Coughs from
vibereulous deposits in the lunsjs, Whito
vvellings, Debility, Dropsy. Nstiralgia,
'. yspepsia or Indigestion, Syphilis and
; philitic Infections, Mercurial Diseases,
!. em.lle Weaknesses, nd. indeed, the wliolo
. ries of eoini laints tiiat arise from impurity
' the Mood. Mimitc reports of individunl
iscs may he fnuiul in Avr.n's Amliiicav
' i.manac. v Inch is furni.-licd to the iliii(j'jitt
r gratuitous ilitrihution. wherein nuiy he
. arned the din cttons fur it ue, and tomo
the rcniarkahlo euros whirh it has made
lion nil oilier remedies had failed to nrt'ord
. lief. . Those cuft s are purposely taken
: otn all sections of the country, in order
t':at every reader may have access to forao
no who can speak to liini of its benefits from
; ersonnl experience, sorofuln depresses the
tal energies, and thus leaves its victims far
; ore subject to disease and its fatal results
t an are healthy constitutions. Hence it
s nds to fchorten, and does prenfly shorten,
r .3 average duration cf human life. The
st importance of those considerations has
j: d tis to spend jenrs in j-erfectiiip a remedy
fiieli in ndeijuatc to its cure This wc now
Ter to the public under the name of Avr.tt's
; bsai wui.la, although it Is conipostd of
j i qxedients, romc of which exceed the best
f fianaparila in alterative power. I'y its
: "d you may protect yourself from the sufTcr
k. b; and dan(?er of these disorders. Purge
c it the foul corruptions that rot and fester
i the flood, purye cut the causes of disease,
.mil vigorous health will follow, liy its pecu
liar virtues this remedy stimulates the vital
1 mctions, and thus expels the distempers
ihieh lurk within the system or burst out
n nr part of it.
We know the public have been deceived
I many compounds of .srsn;; 7, that
j, -omised much and did nothing; but they
v. ill neither be deceived nor disappointed in
is. Its virtues have been proven by ubun
iiint trial, and there remains no question of
, -i snrpassin; excellence fur the cure of tho
; fliuting dh-eases it is intended to reach.
. . 'though under the same name, it is a very
. liferent medicine from any other which has
i en before lite people, and is far more ef-
i.-tual than any other which has ever been
. uilable to theui.
i:ho World's Great Remedy for
Coughs, Colds, Incipient Con
, Bumption, and for the relief
J of Consumptive patients
in advanced stngoa
of tho disease.
This has been so long used and so uni-
rs ail v known, that we need do no more
i jn :u-siirc the public that its quality is kept
j ? to the best it ever has been, and tluit it
vfljr be relied on to do all it has ever done,
l'reparcd by Uii. J. C. Avkr & Co.,
Vraclicul and Aiiubjliial ('wmists,
iiold by all druggists every where.
l'ULUTlUN (.:' i'A UTM'.ltSIlIP
Nn'i ii i: is hereby fnven that the T'art- i
.. 1." f .... t . .: i ... . . . i e ... '
i..'1-iiHi, ijiuuiii.'i iirj; ua.iii:.-, neieiijioi e
ca.iied on by tho undersigned, under
ilia liiiino ui' Chai !e:i it Isaac Hoi ton Jr.,
hi llii.-; day dissolved by nuitual cuu-cnt
Vlie business of tho late fitiii, will be
Kt'ilod up by l.-ano llortoii Jr.
I.-'AAC HOH'i'ON Jr.
Ridgway, July loth LSiil.
NOTIC'i: is hereby iiven that the
I'uttuership, Lutubcriii busines.s hero.
I.jforc carried on by tho undersigned
under the tirm name of llobm, Kly &
Co., is this day dissolved by mutual foil,
15. 1 KI.V.
ISAAC HOUTON, Jr.
Ilid-'wav, July 17th W.
Letters of Administration have been
jriautod in due form of Law, to the sub-K-ribcr
Wtn. Mack; upon thc JMato of
Llisha Jauk, Late of Salem Md. do
ceased. Allpcrsous buying any claim
gaiust said Estate, ait re.-jiu-sted to
yreout them duly autbeutieuted lor fsol
ilemcut. Any person owing the Estate,
are .requested to make p.iyuitut forth-
''"'' WILLIAM MACK,
jidiuiiiUtruiar cf the LtlUt of Llitlui
i 7i" '
U ALLY!' 11 A LAV!
TKEMKNKOrS 1U SII TO Tlll-
T CENTUKVIIJ., V.LK CO. l'A
I.i iiR, f(. na:.viNU it
H A V E C U M K
Awake to thuiu I.jr.niT !
;s nintiifis'cd b; the
ui:l e r.s oeli an uio ,-i
ilsily throng o
H r.t.N HACKS"
lot C HlJs !
hi lKimostic Cotton (Joods arc
t'ustomci s, onu and all exclain; '.
Cheap Your Dress Goods
Our ttuck consists of
S3 r v o o (1 s
Mats & Ols5
G r o c c r i
Oils and Paints,
It is useless for us to attempt, to
a full list of our stock, but invito
and all, to drop
in, and examine
JE-Srliutter, Eggs, I'ntatocs, drain
Hides, C'alfsLius and all country produce
! ken ut market price, for goo'W
Centre ville, April 25th 1803.
Ccal Lands For Sale-
rjni IE subscriber ofi'ors for tale the
Coal privilege, with the right of
mining and other minerals under 1'J.i
acres ol land bituated in Fox tp., Clear
field ooutity Pennsylvania, within -miles
of the Uidgway & Shawmut It. II.,
which connects with tho l'hilu. & Erie
It. 11., at ltidgwuy, with a six loot vein
ut JJitutuinous Coal upon it, vhioh is
now commanding such enormous prices,
(oi manufacturing purposes. For sale
cheap, terms cash, a good title given.
For further particulars, address
Clearfield P. O.,
Clearfield Co., Pu
TLc Ktw. Vcik Weckly.Her
nld. Tht (. I.trj-iifrnj cr in'jlit W'crrf,
'I'lio cxtetiHivo twid enmpre benni ve
faeilitlis in ils" riCf-inn cnallestlicl'RO-
1 ItlKTOIt of tllO li'KKKt.Y lll KAM) to
piianinlec tlio latest anil iiiol rclinblu in.
lortitiition possibly Ut bo obtained, tint
only lVoni nil pnrts of the United States,
bttt frmn all part.' of the wm!d.
Its 1:01.10 CarrespontlciiU, cngnired at.
lic.'ivy ci st, and connected with each new
li:aal :nal tuilitarv expedition of the
I (.overiiinont prove that it is detcrniind to
i " a u "PJ ""H-ovcre,. nv u, operations
and ltnnii'diato report in its columns. It
costs the proprietor over one. hundred
(liousnnd dollars per year, to mainttiiu
list corps of correspondents in the field. eiei " mr"r"l.,117nl,',B
, ,. 1 .. x, . most experienced judges ; acids will not Rf-
In its collation ot l'Ofei-n ews the)ctil Antiou uiadu luoveount. Iumov
IlKR.vi.n luifi for years hold a hih po.si- 1 1, pn'inx in n.ai.nt nv acviox, has swoop
ion, and it will endeavor in the future ! so(md", nr.d isn-t to he excelled in pcnorul
to miminln flirt tni.,1 U l,m ni.'iMi,,!,! T 1 avroarancc. Tinms tiErnrnr.T one of tlic
has special forrwpondr.iils" stationed' in
.11 J.x. ! .i 1.1
" "' pii'i'-'l'-ii cinea m im- iy'.'iiu. i .
its ttlct;ra'iliic anaiii'i tnuils extend to
nhetitvor the electric wires moid retched
When tho Atlantic cable, is laid, which
feat will scon bo n complished, c!i";rams
will be received from Europe and Asia,
as well as from the United Stiitcs. Then
our readers will have the events of the
, week in ail parts ( I the civ.l'..cd world
I rertulujly and clearly laid heforc'thcin.
Tlicbroprictordcvot.cn a portion of
I the paper Literature, Vasion, Agricul-
turo, the Mechanic Arts, Spoitin"; JIat.
ters, Business, Theatrical and l'inr.nci.il
Reports, Cattle Markets, (Jencral News,
and reports of all eveuts calculated to lor
man excellent metropolitan newspapcr-
j a weekly jihotorapho view of the cents
j of the world and all at a very low price
j The WKEKr.Y ilE.vi.uis issued every
j .Saturday morning, nnd furnished atthe
following rates :
I One copy f 2
j Three copies f
h'ive copies ii
Ton copies IS
Any larger number, ddrosscd to names
of subscribers, 61 50 each.
An extra copy be sent to every club
Twenty copies, to one address, one
xeir, So, aud any larger nutnbcratsanie
An extra copy will bo sout to clubs of
Advertisements to a limited number
will he inserted in tho Veekly Her
ald. The r.rr.Y ITeralo, three cents per
copy. Ten dollars per year for three
hundred and Sixty-three issues. Five
dollars for .Six months. Two dollars
and fifty cents for three months.
J A J7ES;0 OR DON 1 KNNETT,
Editor and Proprietor.
Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau
New York city, N. Y.
There are no'travliug agents for the
Volunteers and Conscripts'
in snl licr.i or nnv others whI""k 10 ln
crease t heir iiiooinc, there is no better way o-
doifiJ so al tin? tune, than'from the sale o
our watches. Tukv abb WAnitANTEti
"l'artieul arly valuable for officers in the
Army and travelers." Frank Lalic'af Feb.
"I'retliet, best an't cheapest timepieces
over ofl'ered." .V. V.' Uluatratrd Nrira, Jan.
'Very pretty nnd duratileVatohos'for the
.-Srniy." N V. Arm; ft Saiy Jour. (io
eminent flrgiin,) Aug.t20.
I'Uno of the oldest and most reliable hous
es in business." Louisville, 7iy., Journal.
MAGIC TIME OBSERVERS.
Doing a IIuntiiir or Open Face or Lady's
Heiitleiuan's Wnloh Comebine, with or
Patent Self-Winding Improvement
a most Pleasing Novell v.
ONEOKTIIK l'UETTIEST, MOST CON'
VKXIENT, AND decidedly the best uu l
cheapest lime piecc for general and reliable
f use ever offered. It has within it and con-
nceted with ils machinery, ils own winding
! attachment, vendering a key entirely uniie
j cessary. The eases of this Watch are com
posed of io mvlals. the outoione being
; line 1'! car.u guld. H has the improved ruby
action lever movement, and is warranted an
I nocurato time-piece. Price superbly en
graved, per ciuo of half dozen, $3Ul. .Sim
ple Watclic? in neut morocco buics, $13 ,
First Cliss irunting Time. Pieces for ace i
ruey of movement , beauty of material, and
above all, cheapness in prico, theso watches
must insure universal approbation.
An imitation so faultless that it can hard
ly hu detected by the most experience,
judges. The material being nf two mcials,
the oilier one lirsl iiiality iMerlnig polver,
while the inner one is Gci'man Silver, it cun
not bo recognised by culling or heavy en
graving, milking it, not in appearance, but
in durability, Iho best reseinlihineo of SOL
ID MT'KLINti SILVER in existence.
The sale of Ihese Watches in the Army ii
a source of enormous profit, retailing, as
i hey very readily do, at $25 and upwards
Many huiidre 1 dollars can bo made in c sins
glo pav day by any one of ordinary busines.
Krt.T WHOLESALE ONLY ! In heavy
burning eases, beaut ifully engraved, white
enamel dial, and fancy cut hands, in good
mining order, by the hulf duzeu, $72. Sold
only by tho case of sir!
i'pou receipt of two dollars, as gunrontci
of good faith, wo will send watches by ex
press lo any part of the loyal States, collec
ting balance of bill on delivery. This cu-
sures liuyers against nana, giving in em
their watches before payment is required.
Soldiers in Ihe dmloiial slates mtit remit
cash i" Ai.VANCB, as the cprcs aompanics
prrintplvrilxi rrfusa making collections iu
such ihtugcroits localities. Remember,
Cm A in adoance from within lit army lain In
i b' I statu I ll'i yuiirantie the ine delivery
r all tcaU-het, wUclhor they are sent by mail
of erprcss, ' ',
OOLDIERS IN THE ARMY
O and our people at home
Arc now ollerclft" opportunity Uj whn-h
thej can obtain a
(iOOD & I
in M n:(
VKUY LOW l'KJUll.
eiit vfiTCiius r
' AIIR A.T1 TO KF-CrTlMH ONi: VIIAlt
nnd the buyer is aiioivcd L!ri
Privilege of Examination.
f d J? kx !n fnll :j A,.,l,m,
A fn A c.a.-i lluntir.J 1 iiiit-V.jcc c!i-i.ver
material, over which is cieclro -lino plated
11 k. pAld. most durable wrought, making
tho imitation so fnu'tl. ss that it cannot b'
i:'.:sr a RTicn:-ver offered to'" "
r. - JcuUlors. .'...-iiie.o-s, hiaifiruiite, and
travelling, will fin 1 them Mipenor
I toiuv otiier :
alteration of elii oite will uot
! afloot their n
curnrv. Price, paei.-cj m geeu
thnpe mid go id running order, only
1 rn.se ol o lor 5uui. i
i silver 1mjv1jlk time hunting lev ,
j V.Y.iT QUA LIT V SILVEJ CASKS, over j
I which electro-line plated 13k. gold, himihir j
j i i our Improved Duplex, nnd fiipcri'ir ud- j
fusiod movements with ".Slop," to be used i
; .ii l inuiig horse!", etc. : has tunr iniicros
ior Washington and fireeuwioh lime, sweep
pecoiul, and all tho improvements. All in
all, taking it beautiful and faultless up
peaianeo and its superior movement into
consideration, we regard il as decidedly the
cheapest article of the kitid in tho market.
Price, in cod runiiMig order, ?oo, of case
of 6 for $200.
r..)We ask nn pay in advance, but will
forward cilher of them to responsible par
ties, to any part of the loyal Slates, wiih
bill payable to cxpresMinau when the goods
are delivered, giving the buyer tho privil
ege of examination, and, if n it satisfactory
Ihe watch can bo returned at our epeno
The cxp'iC.-rs companies refuse making
collections on sodiers and other disloynl
.States, conjo.)uetit'y all such orders must
bp accompanied hy the cash to insuro lit
te'ition. We make a deduction of two dol
lars on either watch when the payment is
forwarded in advance.
Money siay be sent by express at our ex
pense. THUS. GAFFERTV & CO.,
83 an 1 5 Lroad St., epposite City liand
Providor.ce, 11 L k ,
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOS
T II E
Fashion Magazine of tbe "WorlJ.
IjITEHATUHB, FINE ARTS AN1
FASHIONS. Tho most magnificent
Steel engravings on every subject thai
can interest ladies. Crochet knitting,'
Netting, Embroidery, Articles for the Toilet,
for the Torlor, the Boudoir, and the Kitch.
en. Everything, in fact, to make a com
plete Lady's Rook.
The Ladies Favorite For 35
No Magazine has been able to competo
with it. None attempt it.
for every department of a household. These
alone are worth the price of tho Hook.
Model Cottages (no other Magazine gives
them), with diagrams.
DR AWING LESSONS FOR THE VO U N G .
Another speciality with Godey.
ORIGINAL MUSIC, worth $3 n year.
Other jlagazines publish old worn-out mu.
hio ; but tho subscribers to Godey get it be
fore Ihe nuii-io stores.
Gardening for Ladies. Another peculiar
it v with (iodev.
. Fashions from Messrs. A. T. Stewart &
Co., of New York, the millionaire, me-i-ehiints,
appear in Godey, the only maga
zine lh:it lllPlil.
Also. Fashions from the celebrated
Rrodie. of Now York.
Ladies' Rennets. Wc give more of them
in a year than any other magazine, ln fact
(ho Ladv's t!ook enables every lady to be
her own bonnet maker.
,l!..fir:j3 'nf "Ahne," 'l,i!:lin Fati,"
"Mont Sii;" ,'A'.MK!," mid "Miriam,"
writes for Godey each month, nnd for no
other magazine. He have alto retaiued all
our old and favorite contributors.
T"E 11 M S 0 F
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK
(For ir.'iiWi tkre ennbe no Deviation.)
The following are the terms of tho Lady's
Rook for liiOi. At present, we w ill receive
subscribers at the ludowing rates. Duo no
tice will be given if we aro obliged to ad
vance, which will depend upon tho prico
One copy, one year ? ! 00
Two conies, one vear t fit)
Three copies, one year
Four copies, one year
l ive copies, one year, and an erlra
copy to the person .-ending tho club,
making sir copies 14
Right copies one year, and an oj Ira
copy lo the ono sending the club,
making nine coiiies 21
Eleven copies cue year, and ano
tra copy to the one fending the club,
making twelve copies 27
Additions to any of the above clubs,
$2 ol) each subscriber.
Godey g Lady's Rook and Arthur's Horn
Magazine will bo scut, each ono year, on
rcceips of $4 Hit.
Vie have no clubwiih any other .Vagazine
Tho moiiev uiusl all be sent nt ono lime for
nnv f'toli. 1
Canada subscribers must send 21 cents
additional for each subscriber.
Address I.. A. CJOIJI'.V.
-V. F. Corner Sutlt and Chestnut Streets,
Consumptive) tiffcrcrg will receive h
valuublo prescription ' for the cure of
Consumption, Asthma, IJronchitis, and
all throat and Lung affections, Tree of
charge, by sending their address to
Hev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
' 1 ' ' Kings Co., 1
8 month New York.
I lake treasure in calling' atten
tion of the mbJic to my
ttt-h-fti MM W&r T2!r fi' eh
t.'A nm HI I'. i PS hf-J P-jf PWtt f: - 'IV RUI rJ liM M KiMX.
feu m r m w sj p&: in.m rati z-xxw. .
Clothing J!oots and Shoes
For -Xiadics.jGeiitlemvn and chil
drn. nf. i
1 Mk j
'--Q 7 7
iO. real's1 IjL
i u ii n n va e &a .ran t n
FT 'ZmrT' sG?-A jrCtTTN.
Kra .., . IrJi- Av mm mm
A large stock of Confectionary
such as candy raisins, nuts of dif
crcnt kinds figs and all other
goods of the kind usually kept.
ta wv a rsa
A small assortment in tho above
and sold at low uet9
Post up before buying.
,SY. M ', Jmw 1 i 18G4
is full and cheap.
v County Pa
x" V. vx-, 'fw
lino, will hn lcfnt nn liand
nil and cheap,