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AttOHKr.T at Law
LOCK IT. WE X, PA.
'"S0UTnER-& WI LLIS."
t-vaay's atlTA,''ItMiwty l?'.k cvi
P., 'will nUenl to" all profes'ioa
Oil A PIN lOvTuVUiL
Attorneys and Counselors at Law, OiTic
in Chapiu'si Block. Uidgwny Elk Co. Pa
Particular attention given to collections
und all monies promptly remitted. Will
also practice in adjoining counties.
ALSO. tlranoh of the National Claim
Agcnsy of Washington D. C, conducted by
Harvey, Collins and rure, f.ir t lie prosa
cution before Congress, The Court of Cliiiinu
nd the Departments of (iiivernmc-nt at
V a sli i n rri on . 1. C annlimltnns for !nm
lid's Widow's and Mother Army l'ensions,
Soldier's Claims forliounty Money and .lr
ve'irs of Pay, Patents, Bauuty Land.t, extra
Pay and general claims against, the Oovera
tuetit or Departments fhereof of whatever
character. Those wir.hing applications of
the above nature vriil he promptly and satis
factorily accommodated by applying to the
above named firm.
J O II N G II ALL
ATTORNEY AT LAW-
IUdgway Elk County Penna
St. Mary's, Elk County Pa.
Ell. W. W. SHAW,
i ructices Medicines & Surgcry
Menezette Llk Co., Pa.
Da. .J. S- BOEB WE LL
(Lately of Warren couuty Pa.)
Will promptly answer all professional
a Hi by uifiat or day. Uesiuence one
door East of the lata residtnee of lion.
J. L. Gillia.
ffUll. c. It
Earley, Kersey Elk
'Co., To. Will atteudtonll ealla
niglit or day. July 21, 18GI.
aTs. T 1 t L L D
KERSEY, Elk county Pa IHU promrtly
attend to all calls in li is profession.
Luthersburj, ClcifliclJ County Ta.
"Fredrick Koib PiMprletor, hav.
log built a large and cmutiwdious houae,
is now prepared to cater to '.be vvaat.5 of
tho traveling public.
Lutliei-sbai-j:, July 16:h ISO 4. lv.
L U TUEK SB UH G 110 TL .
Iitio' ij. Oi'j i'.i !. I'a
WILLIAM SCHWEM. Frojirictor.
Luihersburg, Ju'.y -Tti; 1: 31. tf.
national"! i or :l
Corner of Peach Street and
the Buffalo Emd.
Jb It J K r A .
v ENOS B. HOYI'. lTop.ietor
KZyThb House h uj- a:.d Stfed Uj
with o pecial cue fr tho convenience
aal comfort of gus' -. at ,u i Icrate rats
J.-(J..OD STACtlSa A TAOIlKy turii
.iX( :ff ANG i'OTEFi,
T&VII TIXAYEH, Pr&p'r.
. i I'lii-. 1: 1-n"- i ri'u.finiitlv siiunie'l on
ti.. '.ink n!" tlio Ciari(i. -ntlic lowor pnJ
nfi.A it.M-n is well liroviiiul v.i.li Iihiifo
1 gtabUnc ami the proprietor will
Rufjicai July WW.
II Y O K
Mrs E 0
Ridgway, 12k County Penua
Boot-jack Elk Jounty Pa,
il. li S LIONS, Vnoi'n.
Did-way Nov. 23th 18G3.
c-.r....Btt or Ma-iket ami Watch St s
G O. N COLDUDN, Puoi'ihktor
"""ST. MARY'S HOTEL
r;x M aiiy '8 Ei.it County 1'exsa.
,M. WELLENDOHF, Prop'r.
U U S I N E S S CARDS
Clotbini:, lluis, & Mtu's Furnia LingGooJs I
I.ocu Have:', Cmxton Co., J'a.
1CKINSON k Co. DEALERS in
Mnvhaii li-ii frovUions &c, on the
Ready py ylem, at prices much to
tho advantage of purchasers.
Ceatreville, Elk c 3.iaty Pa
A 1) O U U T I M M.
Centre .He, lit CiHiutJ'
f6jrGeiieral Manufacturer of Wusron.i,
Busies &C.-ALSO Furniture, tuoh as
Bureau?, Tables, Stanas Bedsteads arid
Chairs. All kind of Repairiu done at
WOODS & WiilG 1 1 r,
Lock Haven, Clinton Couxtv Pa.
I EALERS in Flour, Graia and
) Tfti -i-ncur th I-jisrnt;r Depot,
vM lift -m, it IM aL
P. W. BARRETT Editor
llrreiMtht l'rt$itpe-pU's ri'i'a tinUin
Unttiocd hi) party and unMbr.i by 'tin :
Vlcd;)i4 but lo Truth, At'Vr'y a l
-Va favor ewiiys mj an I no fa? shj'.l aw;."
Published 7:Vory Saturday
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md2yFa70ct7 8tli,J364 .
S. 7l. FETTENGI LL u'cv "
AWVERTiSEixo AGENCY cm tuc other liidc ; the official result B'-arnside, (a brother oBiccr liifrh in tlio
119 Nassau St. TTev Yolk i fcluwiJ a dcciJyil gain for tho Demo , confidence cf tho administration): ''I
and 1 0 State Gt., Eostca j ,JCV0 k,,own lli,n (cu M'Clcl!au) most
fj. M. FETTKNGILIj & Co., urn tho Dcla-.vaio has gono Democratic, in the intimately, as students together, as sol
Agents for the Euc Advocate nnd the , lato election by a large majority. j dicrs in the field, aud as a private citi.
most inCuential and l.uvest cireuhilir.jr L.-t I'r.im.-vlvania but. ,1,, 1,rr diitv. I zon. For rears we have lived in the
Newspapers i:i the United States and
tho Canadas- they are authorized to con
tract for us tt cur lowist ratc3.
Democrtic National Ticket
GEOIIGC B. McCLELLAN,
OF l-2SXa I. VAX I A.
GEORGE II. FE.N'DI.ETON.
n.FCT'Vi.i a r LAiir.K :
PGr.r.UT JOHNSON, of Cambria Couutv,
1UCIIAUD VAU v, of ri:i! i le'phia,
MMiMC r ei.!:vjr.. :
1. Vii'laai Louirliuii,
2. E-iwari R. H.-OmboM,
S. EJwavd I. I'umi.
l. iha. Jicr:ui:..uh,
f. lu-.vaicl T. Iii-s:i.
ti. l'hilip S. Gerhard,
7. GecveG l.cipor,
8. Mic'iai-l Pi-llzer.
, Tatviok M'Avnv.
10. Thdr.ir.s H. Wu'.Uitr,
11. Oiivor S. Dip.iMii jk,
12. A. 11. UnnairiG.
I'd. l'mil Lei'ly,
1 4. Robert Swci'.ii'trJ,
". .To!i:i AM.
10. lier.rv G. Xm'tii.
17. T!r. t'l.i-.s I'.ia':-.
1G. Ihl.'.h Moil' rv.
Dcn, ill-1 !. 1)1 . .(,' X
WILLTA.M IUGLi:i, or Clearfield Co.
nil.T. J. UOYER, of ClearQoU Co.
1-.VUR1E J. ULAKEIA", of St. .Vary's.
T. W. TAYl.Oil. oi l ox Tp., for 3 yr's.
U. L'ICiU.NSU.N, oJ UiJg'tay Tp., tor
n t. mM- ' t- i
Fellow Citizens : Remember that
on Tuesday next is tho most important
election, in which you will ever Lo eal-
led upou to participate. Tho eyes of the
pcoplo of tho wiiolo country, arc turned
upon Pennsylvania, and if wo can show
to our brethren in other states, that tho
Old Keystone State is sure for glorious
''Little Mao" in November, it will have
a controlling iufluenco throughout (he
north. The election in thisstate on Tuc?.
day uext will in a very important seuso
decide the Presidential contest. Every
voto will count in its influenca. II in
aJdin tho votes in tho Congressional
Districts, it shall appear that tho De
mocracy have a majority, it will ivo a
stimulous to our friends bi other PtatC3
which nothing can overcome : AVc
know there are many -vim propose to voto
; our ticket in November, who do not
propose to vote at all on Tuesday. This
is wronj;. A voto now will toll moro,
even than a vote in November.
Remember the policy of Abraham
Lincoln and his party, is as Henry Wil.
lion states it "war and only war," when
no living uiaa pretends to be able to see
the end of it. Tho policy of tho Domo.
eraiio party ij to reek peace through
cmoiliation to attempt to appea?o tho
pa'i-ivm ul tho people and to brin: them
all together aqiin in tho spirit of the
l';t!ier:i. Choose yo, war and only war,
or peace with all it attendant blessings.
As tho pcoplo deeido in tho eloctiou, eo
rill it be.
Uidqway Ki.t: County Pknna.,
GLORIOUS XRWR FHO.M CON
NECTICUT!. The result of llie loeal election in
Connceliout fduw.s strong Democratic
y;:iii3, in all tho towns while tho ag
gicprate votu hhows a Democratic major
ity in the elate. This indicates that
Lit'.lo M;c. will carry two of tho New
Er .'1';,r; l stales New Hampshire being
Thi g.iin3 in the election in Maine
over which our Republican friends
crowed eo much, it now turns out were
and the country will bo saved.
" " ,
kra-r tr fohu thk 1"' ;
r.ceoCeld Republican canuidate for
Congress in thu Dustnet, is tho same
e"!u;i wi.o S3tii3 years
dida'e for the ''tito A-sciub'y avc his
pi..:ui3 in writing lo the citizens of St. I
Mary's, to do hU utmost to remove the:
County seat to that place, and at the j
same time wvo l.b iiror.ii.ie in writing to I
the eiilzens of Hidway, to i.yjoifsueha
votiioval. This f how the dis honest and
uatserupuloua character of the man.
Voters can you swailow him.
i'.i:.' tho war commenced we have
beca called unoa tj faruish from ytii).
I CCO to 1,000,000 men per year. l"r.ni
I Oeljb'T 15d3 to T'lay lait, according to
Henry WiLon we had furnwhod 7 ';),
000 men. .Since then .000,00'.!
liavo been culled for (h! .:iri !'.:.
We cunmit ci'timato ou the Ims'i ..f i.i.
pas', thai less than n;ie mi'li in if
,;.c'( for n-'jet yrur'a eampnljn. Ii t..n.
cri'ii is elected that number will be cm.
Scripted, and we believe the next Con-
irc.-s v. iil i.- jlu.le in t'.
ciyh'mi ft Jiffy, uw.
: draft all iVomM. Jiradibid, W. Uro-fl
will ado.it. die
1 'i-c-r-ideii's' recniiimebdaiiei) and ab-i-nil
sulisfltutlon. Any one who votes
for Lincoln vote:- f.-r tl
The Debt of the Country-
The entire dbtof the couutry, it the
varliou!d bo ended to day, v. ill amount
to 8 1000,000,000. This is equal to the
,, ' . . . 1 ,. ,
cnUro debt ef Oroat Bniaio. Hut tho
British Govcrntacat pay only about 3
per ccut interest on their debt, whilst
ours averacres over ti rer cent, uiie
entire valuitioa of tho real and person.
al property of tao J.oyal dates by (tie
ecn.-:us of 1860, was about 811000.000,-
000. Tho valuation of tho property of
Great Britain by tho census of 1SG0 was
Thus wc shall bo called upon to pay
an interest double ia amount to that
I i r n l 7. 't - i m
pam oy ureai imain, wmio our prop.
! erfy amounts to less than one quarter of
that of Great Britain. We have always
been educated to tho belief that the
! misery of the operatives of England was
tho result of tho terrible taxation to
w.ncii every tning ana every boUy was
j subject Yet our pood Abolition
friends speak of our debt, as a merely p Northeiid and V. P. Jonks Es.j ,
bn-etoiio one wiueli wo can oaly
Tho solo issue before tho people is
whether the war shall bo prosecuted
until tho people of the south, are forced
to change their constitution to suit the
will cf Abraham Lincoln, or whether
the war fchall be at once settled by c ju.
f.'diug to tho people of all tho slates
the rijrht ofloy il self governmci.t, which
the constitution guarau tecs. The is.suj
is war and dlsunloa or peace and union.
Q70'jr Couvcatiou having neglected
to nominate a Corouor, Dam tL i.
Hvatt, of Fos township, has boon placed
ou tli3 ticket by tho Couuty Commitee.
Daniel has heretofore served as (.'ore.
nor, and, as a good aud faithful oilicer
should do, discharged the duties of tho
office, to tho satisfaction of all. The
laithful sliould bo rewarded. v,.,., - ,T m.
Acw lolii, t.Kt. V.
Tut; Lo.1 Found.- Wc havo just 'Jd ut VM.
, , , r . , special to Coiuuiorcial. dated' u osl-
learned, before going to pros, tout i,,.tou. (oh, says:
Lieut. J. C. Luther; who for sjiuotimo Gen. Wilson, lT tlio c:iv .ij-v, l:,. io
ptibt was inissiug aud thought toLe dead co:veJ a cuuimii.icu uj Btsvvt -j i
by his friouds, has turned up u priouer. jeDe,al.
Tho uows was quite a treat for lw aged t(J JTlt iT3;
iuthvir and Mother, who had givta hiiu
up s lout.
V 1 'H
TERMS SI 25 per Annum if paid in Advance
Satui.r.w October 8th 1 SGI
Gkn. 5uaNsirt: on McClkllan.
Vi'illi bat a cvusbing force of relink'! j
do' s Bueh testimony as den. liutnsi loa
couio homo to the Lincoln presses of the
Tribune, slrine, who sock to defiiiiio Mu
Clellan by impugning both his patri-
ct'Vtu and his courage 1
Among a scries of resolution, adopted
by the Democrats of Pilljburg, Fa., the
fo'londng h peculiarly patriotic :
. llenlcetl, That wo might rest tho
hf me and fame of our candidate, Gen.
M'Cleilan, on tho language of Gen.
i Same family, and have known him as
well as any human being on the faci". of
the earth, and I KNOW THAT NO
K)RK U0T COXCIETIOUS
v.y,.,,., titav mrvrmi
McCLELLAN. I know that no loeling
or ambition beyond that of the Govern
ment and the .success of our cause ever
j enters hia breast. All that he docs is
j with a fjin-le eye, A single VIEW TO
THE SUCCESS OF THIS G OVER N M K ST,
and lo the putting down of this rebellion.
I know that nothin; under the tun will
ever induce that man toawerve from what
he knows to be hi dutii. lie is an hon
est, Christianlike and conscientious man;
and now let me add one tiling, that HE
HAS THE SOt'NIM'.ST HEAD AND CI.K Vlt-
est military pkhcrptiox of any man
in theUni'it.d States."
Tho Wowing list of drafted men in
Fnx nod lifnzin rer town-hip?, we :npy
I Irnin tl: j notices in the bauds of Mar
j John Dash, N. Kraticwethcr, R. Gai!..
A. Guiiv, JVicr Androai, J. Coile, N.
Patrick Lo'i;.:. .Inhn Qoinn.J. D. Hum
inir. Will"; l!er, 11. .M' Pontic, Hile
liort.. i. II. .labiiuch., dames Mniicti. li
llamin.a.wiiv. C. A. Wil-uS. Vm.
Gioc, 11. Aarttnatiu, J. D. t'unio. I',
Early. J. Woodwaid, .Miohatd Don-'
1 ?. f.' .fp1'!'0" !2, 1'f
dcrs, (.dias .11 valt, Peter llulabaeh, doln
Mo.onC) c. It". Oihson, C. V.'halon. Pete
Kcmnn'ier, 11. M. Paik, Jcd:n Kultza.
1 V'm. Kclier. 'afper Fcitiannn.'J. ('uuio,
111 I '.li 1 M 1.... T
' t . ''-""' J . . .:.',,'',,.' . . "
Jacks-.m, . i" 'cliwaulo, I. Ui'.ni;ie,
ae French. Pelcr Wiliiehn. Oavid
Holabach, John Morev. II. T. Ilyler.
Reuben 'J'linn son, R.'p. SaltMiinii E.
M'Cready, lVmiel Robinson, William
j ADJOURNED DEMOCRATIC
In pursuance of adjournment, tho
)emPt.v;if10 cit;zcn;i 0f Elk co.,ntyf mPt
in tho Court Hou,c in Ridjjway, on
Tuesday evening October '4th iust.
Mr. Hyde the former President of tlio
met.t;n bcin" absent. Hon, James L.
Gillis, was called to the chair.
On motion, this chair nppoiutel
Ciinimii too of throe to wait
allJ illTitJ thcm t0 a,urei9 t!ie M:,eta.A
Tho committee emsiittd of Dr. C. R
Earl,'," Hon. Georcre 'Dickinson and
Hon. Isaac Horton.
Hon. Norlbend being introduced by
tho coinniiitoc, jiroccoded to address the
mectin,' at h i.gth, and with uinch abili
ty on the fj'.u'Mion of tho dy. Xr. P.
Jenks Esij., was nest introduced, who.
made ouo ol his candid and convenciui;
arguuicut.s in fvor of a change of Gov
On motiou of IIol Geo. Dickinson,
a vote of thanks was tendered to the
Speakers, fur their able and patriotic
Ou motion adjourned.
JAMES L. GILLIS,
L !iu;i ::i,.ri.
GEO. ED. VEIS& 1
J-C. M'ALLISTER p-
res)cCt:Ug Geu. Butler'n death, Gr.,U,
Vi-V U'-t tin
V3 Kiy tiiS iLviiOiJvi
Mememfoflr that Tuesday next,
is the dav of elccUon.
Vote early and see that your
neighbor votes. Every vote will
he of the greatest importance.
The larger the Democratic
vote now, the more sure wii5
our state he for Cnen. M'Cleilan
Tli o most encouraging news comes lo us, from all part- of'
tho state. The cause progresses gloriously, little Itlk will
res;)on."i, with u swooping vok: for Little Mao.
Abraham behold the handwriting on tie wall.
JLet every conservative
he sure that he
duty on Tuesday next.
Lincoln Tor Ahoiitiosi at all hass
M fei u
hi IVivor of the
it is and the Uniosi as it
ti j .'J
our enndidato for Assembly, is well known hy tho community
to bo, a strong ami deeuleil peace man, on honorble terms.
In fact, the Democratic party of tlio District aad county, have
presented a. ticket, which calls load and strong to every lover
of his country to be at his post, aud hurl from power the pros-
T.fc corrupt administration, which can c:u-ily bo dous.
if DfUi'.-erats one anJalldo their duty.
iCTEN OUT !
TriJw I!. ! Hein!r:-!man, .';i :. 7
27r? .V., 1': -y. nr ,,r.,.
tnn'bri i'TTiwvti's U.-u.i-.Mii 1V. Ji-'-?
is crtainlv vi'n ;l!o to
lW.1. nnd I f.-;l n;i,fi"d, if u ncraT
alopfod at tlio hopitala, many 1 1tep!i.-s
ni;:hf of tlio vrpiry soldier would lu;
avcrt 'd. Our r?.'iinent are n?-.v teytin
tlicir inalitlo. and I believe are all H:il-i.-fhd
viili ibcir f;o(id cflecf..-! in ailevi.
tiling tlio?o ilialrcisingnffcctiona of tlie
tliic.it cri: ing from col l and exposure.
'J'licy ate li'iv daily prescribed iti our
boFjiihtl and at tlio surgeon's nmruiii
ell." EoM cvcrywliere nt 24 e'.s. jx.r
of kit'iii .."
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