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THE ELK ADVOCATE
,ost, how Ko-
mmt rublishcd. a
v,.';,;i'ii'Av new edition of J)r-
Culverwells Celebrated Essay
on tlio radical cure (without niodiciue)
of (?I'nMATOBRIKE.,or sennna I Weak
ncss, Involuntary Seminal Losses, I MI'O
tkscy, Mental and Physienl Incapably
Impediments to Marriage, cte. asoctp
(Vi.nsumtion, Ei'H.F.rsv, and Fits, in,
liuced by eclf-indiilgcnso or sexual ex.
tajf Price, iu n scaled envelope, only
The celebrated author in this admira.
Mc cay clearly demonstrates, from a
th'ut? years successful pratico, that the
nlurming consefUcnpcs of self abuse may
he radically cured without the dangerous
use of internal medicine or the applica
tion of the kuife pointing out a mode
df cure, at ouce simple, certain and effect,
ual. Iv means of which every sufferer,
no matter what his condition may be,
may cure himself cheaply, privately,
O-This Lecture should be in the
hands of every youth and every man in
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope,
foanv address, iiotf-tmul, on recent ot
A cents, or two post stamps. Address
CIIAS J. C. KLINE ,C- CO..
Yoi k, Post office
Administrators . Notice
Letters of Administration havo been
granted in duo form of Law, to the sub
scriber Win. Mack, upon the Estate of
Hlisha Jl'ick, Late of balem Ma. de
ceased. All persons having any claim
against said Estate, are remitted to
present them duly authenticated for set
tlement. Any person owing the Estate,
arc requested to make payment forth
Administrator of the Estate of Elisha
June 11th 1SG4.
127 Bowery, New
Timber and Coal land for
The undersigned has tor sale, a valua
ble tract of Timber and Coal laud, situ-
nto in Snyder township Jefferson county
Fa., warranted in the name of W. Wil.
link, warrant contniuingJiUU acres.
The land will be sold at a small advance
over cost and a good deed given For
particulars concerning the land, address
J. it. BAMNHART,
Mountain F. O. Centre Co. Fa.,
Ridgway, May 2Sth 1SG4.
MIRROR OF FASRG'NS
FllSEII ARRIVAL, OF
ryQ WOUNDED SOLDI KllS. All
Soldiers who havo been discharged
by reason of wounds received in any bat
tie, and who havo not received tho one
hundred dollars loimty, can receive the
same now at once, by applying either in
person or by letter, at the Military and
A aval aiicncu. jo. i'St aluut fetrcct
JOSE I'll X'j. UVA ITT & Uo.
The undersigned having been rcstor.
is to health in a few weeks, by a very
ample remedy, after, having suffered so
veral years, with a severe lung affection.
and the dread disease, Can sumption is
cnxious to make known to lus lellow suf
ferers tho means of cure.
To all who dcsnc it, ho will send a
copy of tho prescription used, (IVee of
charge,) with tho directions for prepar
ing and using the same, which thy will
find a sure cure for CoNSU.MrTJON,
Astiima, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds
&c. The only object of the advertiser
in sending the prescription is to benefit
theafllicted,andspcad information which
he conceives to bo invaluable ; and he
hopes every Mifforcr will try his remedy,
as it will cost them nothing, and may
piove a blessing.
Panics wishing tho crcicriplion will
KEV. fJI'YV AltD A. HlliSU.N,
Williamsburg, Kings County,
'm 'uM 'win 'j.w' 3i -mm ''id 'W m T5l Suiwj 0 'w 'it 'Q '''J ' m
St. Mary's Elk county Pa.
I take pleasure in calling atten
tion of the public to my
R A LL YI RAXLY,
TREMENDOUS BUSH TO THE
i AT CENTREVILL, ELK CO. PA.
LUIIR, SCIICENING & SnEERINGEr'
Awake to tiieir Interest t
Ass manifested by the daily throng of
ousnicrs exchanging "green backs '
ior Uoods I
All the Domestic Cotton Goods nri
high. Customci s, one and oil exclaim !
How Cheap Your Dress Goods
Our stock consists of
Circulation 40,000 (hirgest in the
world.) Each number contains large
and magnificent Fashion Plates, splendid
illustrations of all the fashionable and
Paris novelties, for ladies' and children's
Dress, useful information, and the four
life-size Patterns, cut ready for use, etc
etc. Yearly, 81 ; single copies, 2G cents,
Published at Mme. Demorest's Empo
rium of Fashions, No. 473 Broadway,
bl'LENPin AND VALUABLE PREMIUMS !
rach Yearly Subscriber to lime. De
inorcst's Mirror of Fashions is entitled to
the selection of 50 cents worth of Extra
Patterns, or a copy of Mine. Dcmorcst'
Sysfmo fo Cutting Children's Piessess.
iir for 50 cuts extra, the ladies !?y
For a club fo " subscribers at SI each
will bo scut Person's, Arthur's or any
ether 2 magazine or uew.-paper for one
year, or a splendid Photograph Album,
For a club of 8, Godey's Lady's Book
'r any other magazine, or an clcgan
yilt, or steel Back Comb, or Side Comb
A Club ot 1U, iMmc iJcmnrcst 8 to
llunning Stitch Sewing Machine, or a
Sclt.tucking Attachment, or a full set of
iStccl or Gilt Combs.
A Club of 65, a new Wheeler and Wild
ton's Sewing machine with Hemmcrau
IS'elf tucking Attachment.
A Club of 05, a splendid patert lever
(J old Watch.
All the Subscsibers are entitled to the
fist premium, and to the getter up of
the club an extra copy of the Mirror of
Fashions for ono year.
Any number of 81 subscriptionts sent
i-'.'Wurd making up a club, will bo
credited the same as if sent altogther.
Back numbers as specimens sent post,
jicc on receipt of 10 cents.
Splendid terms for agents. Send for
Volunteers and Conscripts!
To soliiers or any others wishing to in.
t rcnee their income, tberc is no better way of
i' - ing to at thin time, tlinn from the sale ol
. ur watches. Thkv abb WAubantkd as
"Particularly valuable for officers in the
Aimvand travelers." Frank Leslie's, Feb.
Trotlicst, best ana cheapest timepieces
i vcr offered." .V. Y. Illustrated Xcirt, Jan.
'Very prclty and durable Wntches for the
rtny." N Y. rmy Nary Jour. (Gov
cu: incut Orean.) Aug. liO.
One of the oldest and most reliable hous-
i -; business." J.ouisville, JCi., Journal,
TT 1ST of Letters Rciuaing in theP.O
at llidawav Pa. June 1st 1S64.
Mrs. C. A. Wood, Mathias Fcchcn, John
Mali on, Scrgernt John Flanagan, Sam
uel liaron, iiartholciiicw Devlin, Henry
Rmlv. Tiuiothv Uellien. Jas. C. Lwins,
William Irwin 2, Elizabeth Ilarnond,
Charles II. Ilickcock, Elizabeth Ilanna,
Patrick Henchy, Denuis O'Grcady, Jcr-
jjnuh. JJ. J-ak, s. ti. Kiscr, illiam
Krigin, Dennis Kerwin.
(jC7 Persons o tiling for any of tho
suovo letters will please say " adver-
tcd." L lutiiki:, p. m.
The New York Weekly Her
The Cheapest raper in the Viorld,
The extensive and comprehensive
facilities in its possesion enables the PRO
PRIETOR of tho H'eekly Herald to
guarantee the latest and most reliable iu.
formation possibly to bo obtained, not
only from all parts of tho United States,
but from all parts of the world.
Its home carrcspondents, engaged at
heavy cost, and connected with each new
r.aval and military expedition of the
government prove that it is dctermiudto
leave no spot uncovered by its operations
and no event cau occur that shall not
find immediate report iu its columns. It
costs tho proprietor over ono hundred
thousand dollars per year, to maintain
its corps of correspondents in the field.
Iu its collation of Foreign News the
Her alt) has for years held a high posi-
on, and it will endeavor iu tho future
to maintain the stand it has assumed. It
has special correspondents stationed in
all of tho principal cities of the world.
Its telegraphic arrangements extend to
whenever tho electric wires are stretched.
When tho Atlantic cable ia laid, which
feat will soon be accomplished, telegrams
will be received fiom Europe and Asia,
as well as from the United States. Then
our readers will have the events of tho
week in all parts of tho civilized world
regularly and clearly laid before them.
The propiietor devotes a portion of the
paper Literature, Fasion, Agriculture,
the Mechanic Arts, Sporting Matters,
ISusiucss, 1 ncatncal and i inancial lie.
ports, Cattle Markets, General News, and
reports of all events calculated to for man
excellent metropolitan newspaper a
weekly photographe view of tho events
of the world and all at a very low'prico
I ho Weekly Uealu is issued every
Aaturday moruing, ana lurnisncd at the
lollowin" rates :
One copy S2
Thrco copies 5
lve copies 6
Ten copies 13
Any larger number, ddrcsscd to names
of subscribers, 1 50 each.
An extra copy bo sent to every club
.twenty copies, to one address, ono
year, Z.i, audany larger number at same
An extra copy will bo sout to clubs ol
Advertisements to a limited number
will bo inserted iu the Veekly Her
Tho Daily Herald, three ccuts per
copy, den dollars per year lor three
hundred and Sixty-three issues. Five
dollars lor bix months, lwo dollars
and fifty cents for three months.
nnntemiflHl.no.. Dry Goodi
Hats & Cps,
For Ladies, Gentemcn and chil
Tea, Rice &c. 1,s a,1(l Paints,
I-1SSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP,
Notice is hereby given that the Part-
r.ciahip. Lumbering business, heretofore
tarried ou by the undersigned, under
l.o name of Charles & Isaac Horton Jr,
i'i 'his dav dissolved b? mutual conscn
The busiuess of the lalo fiim, will bo
f ettled up by Isaac Horton Jr.
ISAAC HORTON Jr.
,-UJ-way, July Pith 18G1,
The gcratest improvement yet in the
Sewing Machine art. A curiosity worth
ricase scna ior circular witn sample c
lhese Improved Machines savo ONE
nuNDRED per cent, of thread and silk.
and make the lockstitch alike on both
They rcriuire no instruction to operate
perfectly, except the "printed directions."
No chango in sewing from one kind
of goods to another.
And no taking apart to clean or cil.
Our New Manueactort Li now
complete, with all its machinerv and tools
entirely new, and is already rapidly
turning out Machines, which forriEAUTY
and prefection of finish are not sur-
Massedy any manufacture in the world.
JN. lj. bhould any achine prove
unsatisfactory, it can be returned and
Agents wanted in counties not can.
vassed by out own Agents.
Finke & Lyon S. M. Co.
No. 538 Broadway, New York.
Ridgway April, 16th,
NOTICE OF LIMITED PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE is hereby eiven that Theodore
Palcn, heretofore residing at Allegany, Cat
taraugus bounty, in the state or New York,
but now residing at Wilcox Elk County,
Slate of Pennsylvania, and James Clark,
residence at Tlaenfield in the State of New
Jersey, have formed a limited partnership
pursuant to the Act of the General Assembly
oi me oiaie oi rennsyivama, passed tiie zlst
of March 1836, entitled "An Act relative to
limited partnerships" and its several sup
plements, for the manufacture of Loath or at
Wilcox aforesaid, upon the followinir terms
to-wit: 1st. The name of said firm to bo .
Theodore Palen ; 2nd. The general nature
or the business transacted is the manufacture
of leather; 3d. The name of the eeneral
partner is Theodore Palen, now residing at
Wilcox aforesaid ; 4th. The amount of
capiial contributed by the special partner
James Clark, to the common stock, is
eighteen thousand dollars ; 5ih. The part
nership is to continue from the ninth day
prilA. D. 1864, to the ninth day of April
A. D. 1809. Dated at H ilcox, June 23d
A Rare Chance for Capitalists
For sale, about 500 acres of land in
and around tho Borough of St. Mary's
Elk county Pa. Also thirteen town lots
in said Rorough, close to the P. & E. R.
Depot. The P. & E. R. R takes the
greatest portion of tho lands. Price low
and terms cash or on time, with gcod
security. Apply to
Mrs. A. HASSELBERGER,
ao Jjignt Btreet, iJaltimore MD. or C
LUIIR, BenzingerElk Co. Pa.
A large stock of G011cc.t(pnai'y
such as candy, raisins, nuts of dif- Wooden Ware
crent kinds, figs and all other
goods of the kind usually kept. Pork & Flour.
It is useless for us to attempt, to give
A small assortment in the above line, will be kept on hand a full list of our stock, but invito ono
and all. to drop in, and examine for
and sold at low faguers
JAJlES GORDON BENNETT,
Editor and Proprietor.
Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau
New York city, N. Y.
There arc no travlini; ascuts for the
Letters of Administration have been
granted in duo form of Law, to tho sub-
sciber upou the Estate ot l nomas uvcr
turf, late of Benczctto township Elk
county, deceased, All persons having
any claim against said Estate, are re
quested to present them duly authenti
cated for f-cttlcment. Any person ow.
ing the Estate, are requested to wake
Administratrix of thi
Estate of Thomas Ovtrturf, ucnrJ
May 7th 1801.
'My stock .is full and cheap.
Post up before buying.
PEIZR MONEY. A DATEfull list
PRISES PAYABLE TO of ALL
can be seen at the officers. These and
all other claims against the Government
An Officer in the Army writes :
"At inspection I noticed that a large
proportion of the men s knapsacks con.
tained a box of Troches, being genorally
used by them for colds, etc." "Brown s
lSronchwl Thror.hes" should bo iu every
soldier's knapsack or pocket, to be used
upon tne hrst appearance ot a colu or
T 1ST of Retailers of Foreigu
-"-mestio merchandise, Liquors,
hlk county for the year lsbl, subject
to the payment ot .License.
Name Residence Class lo pay
D. B. & R. "Wins.
low, Benezette 11
Schoaning & Co., Fox 13
D. C. Oyster,
Hyde & Read,
A. T. Aldrich
J. S. Ilydo,
frSyButtcr, Eggs, Potatoes, Grain
Hides, Calfskins and all country produce
ken at ruaiket price, for goods.
Centrcvillc, April 25th, 1863.
Dickinson & Co., do
G H Bowers & Co., do
St.JUar-y8, June 11, 1864.
Apples, (dry) bushel ... 8
Buckwheat " "...
Beans, " "
Beef " '
Boards " M.
Cora " bushel ...
Fiour " bbl.
Hides " lb .
Hay "ton ...
C.Luhr&co.jSt. Mary's bor. 14
M. Bruner, do 14
Joseph Wilhelm do 14
A. Kuntz, do 14
J. Krug A. Kuntz do 14
B. Ecklo. do 11
F. Rudolph. do 14
Confectioners cc urocers.
E. Dew Co., Ridgway 8 5 00
Brewers & Distillers-
C. n. Yolk, St Mary's bor. 10 5,00
J. H'indfcldcr, do 10 5,00
Goo. Whitman, do 10 5,00
F. Rudolph, St Mary's bor. 8 5,00
E. Babel, do 8 5,00
C. II. Yolk, do 8 5,00
MGcrg, do 8 5,00
The appeal will be held at the Court
House in Ridgway ou tho 29th day of
Juno at 1 o'clock.
Wm. A. BLY,
May 23d 1864.