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T HE ELK ADYOC A T E
Sorts Throat. Tho?e nfflieted with
(Vm:hs, Hoarseness, Irritation nnd Sore,
ncss of the Throat, will find nnthinc so
cfficacions as a Throat Remnif. as l?rnwns
Bronchial Troches. Fold by all Druggists.
Dr. C. W. Stol 'ii"!!. Denti-t. in now
in town stopping at the "Hyde House,"
wher he will remain during the profit
cr part of next. week. Those of our
readers havinir defective teeth and wish
inrr them repaired or replaced, have
now an opportunity of availing them.
' selves of the services of a well known
and reliable Dentist.
Jsfl-Pr. S.. will revisit UMpwav at
intervals of which due notice will he
given. Thcso interested should call
and examine his work and post them
selves as to prices.
Ki.k County Elkctio.n-Oiticiat..-Uelow
we "ivc the official vote of this
county. Vc have increased our ma
jority over 100, and promise certainly,
a larger majority in November
William Biplor, 5
Glenni W. Scufield, 17
Lenni W. Schoefield 21
T. J. Boyr, 6 41
A. I. Wilcox, 1
J. M'Cauley, G 48
Erasmus Morey, 1
L. J. Biakelv, G 35
Geo. Dickinson. 2 years fi 50
J. W. Taylor. 3 years 6 51
Jacob Taylor, 3 years 1
A. II. Head, 1
D. D. Hyatt, 61
ROBERT L. JOHNSTON,
Edward R. Ileluiboli,
Edwaid V. Dunn,
Edward T. Hess,
Philip S. Gerhard,
Georgo G. Lciper,
Thomas H. Walker,
Abram B. Dunning,
Georpo A. Smith,
John M. Irvine,
Joseph M. Thompson,
James P. Barr,
William J. Kountc,
ROBERT L JOHNSTON,
Edward R Ueitubold,
Edward P. Dunn,
Edward T. Hess,
Philip S. Gerhard,
George G. Leipcr,
Thomas II. Walker,
Oliver S. Dimmick,
Abram B. Dunning,
George A Smith,
John M. Irvine,
James P. Barr,
William J. Kountc,
ROBERT L. JOHNSON.
Edward R. llelmbold,
Edward P. Duno,
Edward T. Hess,
George G. Lei per,
Thomas II. Walker,
Oll.er S. Dimmick.
Abram B. Dunning,
. Robert Swineford,
George A. Smith,
John M. Irvine,
Joseph M. Thompson,
James P. Barr,
William J. Kountt,
lothiog, IUts, & Mea'i Furnishing Q jod
Lock IUvik, Cmmoic Co., Pa.
TMCKINSON & Co. DEALERS in
I Vf I J:.- xt . i-
if .'i'iiiuuifi i rovuions a., on me
Heady py y$tem, at pncci much to
WHEREAS, in and by an act. of th,.
General Assembly if the I'mnnin i
wealth of Pennsylvania, entitled an tie
to regulate the general Elections within
this Commonwealth, it is enjoined mi
me to give public notice of such Eire
tions, and to enumerate in said notice
what officers arc to be elected. And
whereas, by a supplement to said Act.
passed April 11th. ISIS, it isrnaeted:
The election for Electors for President
and Vice President, of the United States,
shall, in the year of our Lord. ISIS,
and every fourth year thereafter, be
held on the Tucr Jay ticst after the first
Monday in November.
In pursuance whereof, T, P. W.
HAYS, Sheriff of the county of Elk do
hereby make known and pivo nut ice to
the Electors of the county of Elk. that
a General Election will be held in said
Tuesdav the 8th dav of Ni7
next, at which time ihey will v I..
ballot fur Twenty-Six Prisons F')(
ELECTORS of a President and V
President of the United State-1, at, t 1 -several
Election Districts, as fnlliw :
And the Ualified electors of the e "i i
ty of Elk, will hold their eleeti m in .
several Districts as follows :
In Highland township at the houe :
Jones township at the house of U. W.
Spring Creek township at the hou-i-of
S'ockdalo, Downer k Co.
Ridgway township at the Court
Fox township at thn Grave Yard
Renziugnr township at the Sel 1
house on Michal Street, near Eik crei k
St. Mary's borough at the house of
ay township at the house of Alfred
Benezctt township at the house ot
And I also give notice, that ovmv
person, excepting the Justices of the
Peace, who shall hold any office or ap.
pointment of profit or trust under the
Government ot tlie United Stales, or
of the State or of any city or incoi pora
ted district, whether a commissioned
officer or ottierwise, subordinate officer
or agent, who is or shall be cinploxed
under the Legislative, Enecntivo or du.
diciary department of this State or of
the United States, of auy incorporated
district; and also, that every moodier of
Congress, ot the State Legislature and
of the select and common Council of
any city, or Commissioner of any incor
porated district, is by law incapable of
exercising at the same time the office of
Judge, Inspector or Clerk of an election
in this Commonwealth. aud that no In
Bpcctor, Judge or office of any such elcc.
lion, shall be eligible to any office then
to bo voted for.
And in and by the 4th section of an
Act, approved th loth day of April,
IS 10, it is enacted, that the 18th section
of an Act passed July 2d, lS59,entitIed
an Act relating to the elections in this
Commonweath, shall not be construed as
to prevent any military or borough offi
cer from serving as J udge, Inspector or
Clerk at any general or special election
of this Commonwealth.
And the Return Judges of the res
spective districts aforesaid, are required
to meet in Ridgway, the county, seat of
said county, on Friday after the sec.
ond Tuesday of October next, then and
there to discharge the duties required
P. W. HAYS. Sheriff.
SherifTs Office, 1
Ridgway, Oct. 22d, 18G4. )
ESTRAY; Came to the prennUes
of Joseph E, Moycr, in Fox township
on or about the 27th day of AiivriM.
1864. One Bull, abmt 2 year .ill '
dark red. The owner is req'istcd to
come forward, prove property, pay eh i
gesand take him away, or he will '!"
wise, be dealt with according to 'av
JOSEPH E. MOYEK
Kersey, Elk C..., p.,
October 22nd, 18G4.
ST. MARY'S, ELK COUNTY P j
In the room formerly occupied bv
JOHN W. BAILY,
St. Mary's Elk, County Pcnuylvatiia. !
Will also practice in the tow ns of
Ridgway, Centrevil',0 and Wilcox. It
is his purple to visit ihc above pla:v ,t
stated periods of which duo uotice ri I
Artificial teeth inserted, Extraetio.-.
filling kc, all opperations pci lonmtd
warranted to be just as they are re pro.
NOTICE In the Orphans' Court for
the County of Elk.
In the matter of the estate of Thomas
Overturf, deceased. The appraisement
under the 5th section of the Act of ihe
14th of April 1851, having been tiled in
this matter, notice is hereby given that
Aaa Ovenart, the widov of the- said
Thoma Qvei turf, claims to retain the
real estate referred to therein, ot the
value of Three hundred doliamaiid will
apply to the Orphans' Court, lor appro,
val of the said Appraisement on Soptem.
bor the Oth A. D., 1804, at 10 o'clock
! 1 1
i su i
MIL DELPHIA k ERIE RAIL-:
HO ). This great line traverses
the Northern and Northwest counties of
Pennsylvania to the city of Eric, on
It has been leased by the I rntimfrn.
niii h'ait oii't (Aimpuny, and is opera
ed by them .
Its entire length w:' opened for pas
spimer and freight business, October
TWH OF P SSENGEU TRAINS
AT ft IDG WAY.
I, mp E'littirm-iJ.
Thr ni'.'h lail Train 1 -'0
ceoiiHinid.i!-'ii i ,,
I.,.,,, II'..-, ,-'
Through Mail T ,:, !';!:. i,
cc in,, , . ',. , .".,: u,,
P'1-- : : :f. t with in?
' :'. ve.-ii Phila leiohia
Si.kkpino Cars on Exprs
boili ways between Willinuxpi r
.n.l ItaltiiiKirc, and Williamspovt an-'
For information respecting Pen
'u-iincss jipply at the S. E. covnei- ;
and .Market St.
:id f ir Fr -ight liuines uf ihe ' i -oi
S !. K 'tiLtnn, .lr Cor. l.'Jth no
M isket Pl.ih-dolpliin.
.1 A', itcynidds Erie.
-I M. Drill. Agent N. (,'. R. R. Bal
timore. II II. Houston.
Gvn'l. Frei.jht A;ft. I'lti'a.
II. W GwtNNF.R,
On,' I. Tirfo-t A;. PhVa.
dos. D. Potts,
OiwiqI Mmiiiji'r, Wmsi't,
At the Bookstore. St. Mary's-
X.NwERS KE.l;EI(S, Nos. I, -!.
4 .V: :.
.tii iers primary iind pictorial
Vitclinls Geography tfe Alias
Mitcliels primary (ieography,
M'N ally's Gwigraphy
! ' n t ei 1 1 ) pr i n a ry G nog r a ph y
'pHiieiarion copy l)ook.
Webster's common school Dic-
Nos '., 2 it plain copy books,
Letter, note fc writing paper.
Ink, Pens, l-.nvelopes, Pencils
Hon. R. G White. Wellsborough.
M'in. V. S, Brockway, Jay tp.
I Ion. E. C. Schultze, jjt. Mary's.
P. W Hays. Ridgway
J'rollirifturi, R'tj. unit Rec.
George Ed. Weis, Ridgway
District At oriifV,
J. C. Chapin, Ridgway
Charles Luhr. St. Mary's
George U'alui.ley, St. Marys
(Mi irles '.Vois St. Mary's
-Fuliu. Jones. Ilereze't
loshui Keefer, Jones
!i T. Kylcr, Fo
II 'lirv Warner, .,',,!.,.-
'1. !). U..-r. Ii, , ,...!i
i.iO.INEY AND COUNSEl.LK
try's, Elk County Pennsylvao'.i
f KUtilEAD IIOI SE, Main
jX i!rinikvii;e Pa., C. N'. Kreti. I'rm.';
I ii is hou-u lias been refitted and inrni'sh
ed in a neat style, ar j 'u t,Very way
adatu-i to the wnts of the jiublio.
Letters of Administration have been
pl anted in due form of Law, to the sub
scriber Wm. Mack upon the Estate of
Kli.-liu Jick, Late of Salt iu Md ilc
eeaHed. All persons having iipy claim
iii-ainst said Ivstato, ate rcqiies'ed lo
I'ICmmiI them duly uutlieuticaied forset
tleoieiit. Any person owinj; the Estate,
are requested to make payment forth'
Ailminlxtrntor of the Ete of Elisha
June 11th 1SG4.
A Rare Chance f Capitalists
For galo, about f00 acres of land in
and arouud the Borough of St. Mary's
Elk county Pu. Also thirteen town lots
in said Horounh. close to the J. & E. R.
Depot. The I'. & E. R. R tukes the
greatest portion of the lands. Price low
and terms cash or on time, with
security. Apply to
Mas A. HASSELBERGEK
36 Lijiht Street, Baltimore md. or C
LUUR, Betioser Elk Co. P
NOTIPE OP LIMITED PAnTNKRSII.P.
NOTICE is liprehy piven that, Theo.lor
Palcti. Iierotoftiro resiilinent Allciianv. Cat.
larnuijus County, in the Slate of New York,
am now rcsi.lmn ' Wilcox I-.lk County,
Suite of Pennsylvania. nnJ .Tames Clark,
resilience at PlnenfieM in the .S'tnto of New
Jersey, Imvc formed a limited partnership
pursuant to the Aet of the General .eniMy
of the Slate of Pennsylvania, passed the L'l.st
of Marcli lSIili, entitled "An Act relative to
limited partnership" nnd in several sup
plements, for the nimmtiielure of Leather at
Wilcnx aforesaid, upon Ihe following terms
to hi : 1st. The name of said firm to be.
Theodjre Paten ; '2nd. 7'lie general nature
of the lnisinestranueted is thcmninifaetijie i
of leather ; 0d. Tlie tinme of the general
partner is Theodore Palen, now residing at
ll'ileox aforesaid : -lih. Tho amount of
rapiial contriliula l by the special partner
.lames Clark, lo the common slock, i
eiphtein thousand dollars : "th. The part
nership is to continue from the ninth' dnv
tpril A. D. ISiIJ. to the iniitlidiv of April
1). IS'iO. Daicd at H ilcox, June 201
MA Gin TIMF. OBSERVER?.
I nic n lltititinir or Open Fiiee or l,nly's
ii eiiileinin'H Wnteh ronieliine. with (
I'ateiit Self Windiiijr I improvement
most rieiiiiijf N'oveliy.
Nl'.OP 'l Iir. PK KTl'lKST. MO-5T TON
V KM EXT. AM) dec iledly the best nn
eht iipe.nl time piece for penertil ,ind reliable
t ever offered. It linn within it nnd eon
I wiili its machinery, its own windinc
! iiit'iit. l enilerinpr n key cnlire'y unite
rv Th caes of this Wnteh arc eo;i.
: of two melntp, the outerone be'nsr
lr it e 'Id. It hits the improved rnhv
..." movement, ntnl is m-rnmcd :iti
. ion :iieee I'riee snpciljlj en
. : v ime of half linzeii, S !ol. .Sum-
i neat morotteo boxen, S'i-),'
V. VLH WATVim
li st CI os lltiittiiig Time l'icccs for iieeu
r.iey of movement, beauty of material, nnd
ah ivu nil, c'leapness in price, these watches
must insure universal a .probation.
An imitation so faultless that it can hard
ly he detected by the most experienced
judge.-.. The material hcitii; of two .netals.
the outer one first quality Sterling Siivcr,
vvjti'e Ihc inner one is (ieriimn Silver, it can
not he recognised by euttirig or heiuy en
prnvir)?, making it. not in iipetiranoe, but
n diii'iiMHty. the best resemblance of SOL
ID STATU I.I NO S1I.VKU in existence.
The sale of these Watches in the Army is
i source of enormous profit, retailing, ns
'hev very readily do. nt !?.'') and upwards.
Many hundred dollars can be made in a sin
cle puy day by any one of ordinary busines
l-Vju,AT WIIOLESALK ONLY ! In heavy
hunt ino; eases beautifully citfrraved, white
enamel dial, and fancy eot hands, in good
running order, by the half dozen, $7l'. riold
only by the ease of six !
Upon receipt of t wo dollars, ns punrantce
of good faith, wc will send watches by ex
press to nny part of the loyal Slates, collec
ting balance of bill on delivery. This en
sures buyers against fraud, g'ving them
their watches before payment is reouired.
Soldiers in the duloiitt slutts mist remit
cash in advance, as the express companies
peremptorily refute making collections iu
such dangerous localities. llemeiuber,
Catli in iti'rmi 'e from within the army lines tn
ri In I stiiles I HV iju.trnntt e the t.ie ilehrenj
of oM wtttther, whether I Uej- are sent by mail
I I Itroadwa y , co Cm-land .s'trcit N. i".
.NOl'h'K. The subscriber wishes to
fcay to the public, and especially to those
to whom he has told the story, that the
half dollar in silver has been found ; aud
no charge against the young Lady, for
taking it. She is entirely innoccut.
t: A. SEAL.
Ridgway. Oct. 1st 1804.
. , ... Mauliood who
--15 Lost, how IJ
Jus' published, a
new edition of Dr-
..o:.ie r i tiriikur (without inediciue)
of I' k K M A TO It R II ce A , or Ktiuiiial Weak
ness, Involiititary Seminal Losses, l.Ml'O
Tk.nijv, .Mental and Physical IneapuLK
Inipedimeiits to Marriage, etc. usoet'p
t'oNsuMTioN Ei'ii.KPsr, and Fits. hi.
meed by seli'-indulpense or sexual ex.
: r tvagnnce.
fi Trice, in a staled envelope, only
eelebrated author in this admir.i
say clcailv ilrin.iiisl rates, troto n
years successful piaMc-.'. that tlie
''"- 0 ilisi.noiiccs ot self abuse itlaV
I e illy cured without the dangcrou
iit. rnal medic lie or the applioa-
d'the knife pointing out a mode
'lire, at, once simple, certain nod effect,
ui bv means ot which cveiv 8uff,,tr,
no matter wlut his. conditipii uiuv be!
k euro himself c'nCHply, irivatolv!
'0l'lii.s Lecture hiiould be iu the
' hands ot every youth aud evety initu iu
eut, under seal, in a plain envelope,
to any address, pisl p itl on recept ol
mx cents, or two post btamps. Address
CIIAS J. (!. KLINE it CO..
127 Rowcry, Mew York, Tost off c
The undersigned having been restor
es to health in a few weck.s, by a very
ample remedy, after, haviug Buffered se.
verul years, with a severe lung affection,
and the dread disease, Camuniptioo is
cuxious lo make known to his fellow bu(
feret'8 the means of cure.
To all who desite it, he will scud a
copy o' tho prescription used, (free of
charge,) with the directions fur prepar
ing aud using the same, which thy will
fiud a nre cure for ('onsumition,
Asthma, Rhosoiutis, Couoiih, Colds
kc. The only object of the advf nistr
in sendiug the prescription is to benefit
theufflieted.aiidspcud iuformatioti v'.ilch
ho conceives to bo iuvaluul.le ; and he
hopes every sufferer will try his icmedy,
ai it will cost them iiothing, and may
pi ore a blessing.
I'ariios wisLiuj tlie prescription will
Rtv. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Willis Wurg, Kings County,
, ra ?
tonsumptive sufferers will receive n
valuable prescription for tin cure ol
Consumption. Asthma, Bronchitis, ami
all throat and Lung nP'cctions, free ot
charse.l by sending their address to
Rev." EDWARD A. WILSON,
S n;onths New York.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK
T II E
Fasliion Mtirnzim; of the World
LITEHATU'li E. FINE ARTS A.s.
FASHIONS. The ino.-i iiiH-nifieet.-Steel
i II r a iiios ev, rv -.si' j .-t-t thai
can ii. .( : 1 i ',. ' . . I i, f t : i -.
, . , !.. i i- r:i ...
fx! 'h i
The 1 .Avu
V.i vl .
ah. tie :i.-
I. i i
i.'v v ,'h t.i
I 10'VMl'! .'
f .... :' .v V.-:!i. iu".l:oi..i.i.e. n:e
rchauts. u.iear iu 0 odey, the only inagu
zil!'.' that has them.
Also. Fashions from the celebia'eo
lire. lie. of .New YurU.
Ladies' I'oimels. We give more of ihem
in a , cut- than any other magazine. Iu fuel
the Lady's Hook enable every lady to b.
Iter own liminel maker.
-Vfll ion (I:u l:tnl,
Autkrr, of Mm,,," .,,, J'alh"
'.l"Aa Snte." '.t'5,,'' iitul '.ltram,''
rius l(.v 'io ley eaeii month, and lor n
oilier ii nenz.iiP. He haveal-o letaiue l n 1
our old 1 i i n.vo 'Me contributors.
i E !! M S ( V
G J i) 3Y'S T.A.D Y'S BOOK
I For which tlicre e-ni he tin D i; a'inn )
The fullnwiiig are llie terms of ihe I. id .
Hook for IHr..". At present, we will iveeiv
niosci ibers at the lollowing rates, line in-
tice will be given if weave obi ged i t
vaucc, wiiich will depend upon the price "
Due copy, one year $ 5 n
Two copies, one year f "0
Three copies, one year 7 -V
Four cojiics, one yeai- 10 Oi
Fire copies, one year, and an extra
cipy to the pci son sending the club,
making six copies 1 1 0U
Eight copies one year, aad an extra
copy to the one sending tho club
making nine copies 21 00
Eleven copies olio year, and an ex-
tr i cony to the one sending the club,
making twelve copies 27 50
Add lions to any of tho above clubs,
oO each subscriber.
Godey's Lady's Honk and Arthur's Home
Magazine will be sent, each one year, on
reeeips of $1 ISO.
Vo have no club with any other .1agazitie
The money must r'.I be s?nl at one time for
Canada subscribers must read 21 cents
additional fur each subicribcr.
At!dtM I,, t. (;oi:v.
X. . C:.--r Sixth an-J Chettnut Streets.
a ST MARY'S HOTEL
St. Mahv's Km; Cih.nty Pknna.
M. W ELLEN DOIt . Prop'r.
Xotii'K is Ikmc'iv u'v '
I'urtiiersh'p Lti'ii1.. i i - it t . .
toloro etterie 1 mi (,v : ..; ...
under t'lo fi- mi i ii ' .
Co . is !, . .1 . :..-.;
i'i.' . M).
.ii, l rum I-
Apples, (dry) bu,kcl - - - 8 3 f
Uiickwheat " "... 1 u,
l?eiin(, ' "... 4 0
Butter " lb . . . '(
Heef " "... 5(,t,7
Hoard. " M. - - . 10 Ot'
Coru " Imslul ... 1 f.fi
Flour bid. ... 12 00
Hides " lb . - - SO
Hay " ton ... 20 08
Oats " bu. ... 80
Wheat " ... 2 f0
Rye ' ... 1 56
HiiinrloK " M. ... 4 02
I'g.T ' dozen . . 00
Letters of Administiation have been
ejrauted iu due form of Law, to the sub
aciber upon the Estate of Thoiuus Ovcr-
L....L 1.. I 1 ..
iuii, laic oi i)Cuei.e(io lownstiip I'.IU
couuty, dcceascJ, All persons having
any claim against said Est.ta, are re
iiueste I to present them duly authenti
cated for i-ettleuicnt. Any person ow
iuo; the llhtate, arc requested to make
ptiyuit ut forthwith.
AJminutriitn'x of th ;
May lututcof.l'homt OierturA'thn.
woods & wbiohtT"
Lock Haven, Clinton Countt Pa
IXEALEKS in FJ0Ur) OwIq ud
T'll W01 LD'J I.Jinr BtxtDT Tt
Scrofula and aorofuloua Disca.iM.
From l'merg I.'Jei, n vt'.l-knoiva pirrthanl Cr..
"I Imve Kohl l.irj;o qunmnicH of yoar SAr.sr,
rtt.t.A, 'out never yet one Iwttle w liti li full"'! of lliu
desired olleet and lull fiitimUcoon totho.w who toon
It. As fast ns Our peo;ilt! try It, they ajrroe llurc
Lcea no mt:lhiuc like it hr'.urc iu our communit)'."'
Eruptions, Pimple-i, Blotshea, rustulcs, TJ1-.
cors, Sores, and nil Diseases of tho Skin.
from lit:: l!.i'.t. Slr.itlmi, Iris'vl, Kniilmit.
" I only lo mv ilut to yon mid tliu publio, rlif-m
T add mv tiv iiuiony to that you pulilisli of the n-e-.
di.-lnnl vlitais ofyoar Saksaimiui.H. My tlmij-ti,
ter, (iotiI ten, lin t nn iHlIictin? Immor la her eura,
f yes, and hmr for years, whieli wo were uimlile tix
euro until we lil. d your S.tnsAPAtU (.!.. blio lot
bet'ii wtll lUr t'oin? inoullts."
From .lTcs, ", .'i f, n writ -fciinwi mid ritrc.
tf?ff...irdf('';' licnnlwiilr, t'ana May (.'., y.J.
" My diiui;litef has suu". re I for a your put with
"roruiou ertiptl ja, wliiL-ti was very trOublc-soino.
Nolliinj; nftor.kd auy rtlitf until wo tried youp
Saiis vi'Aiui.LA.wliiJii iooa completely cured lier.,k
'rom Ch:trtf r. (l-trje, El: nf the wi'tfly kncnnn
OV7F, Miwr iti :f Co., vt'inufytctitri-rt of f ajmcliiijk
p fVf( til ,V tj.hu I, .V. .
" r had lor several years a very tir-t.leBom
htvnnr hi my la.-e, which jrrew constiinlly worse
until it ilili'irud niv fe uiir-s r.:i 1 became uu intol
cr.ilite iiflli. ti m. I irl. d almost every thing a iui.n
could of tioih advi -e a. id mcdifiuo, but withaut auy
r dlef whatever, until I took your S.'.Its.M'AIOI.! .
It l iimc liately m ido my I'ice worse, an you tol.l m
It mi .'lit lor a time) hut i i a few weeks the nevr
s';iu be;;an to form under tha blotches. Bad con-tina'-cl
uuiil my fuce Is as emootii ns any body's,
a'rl I tint wilhont any pvtnptoins of the ill 'en so ttVit
1 know of. 1 enjoy perlect health, and without
djabt owe it Ij your s vnsArAiui.LA.'
Erysipelas Qoacral Debility Purify tb
rrtm T)r. Unit. Si'etn, Ito'taton St., Xei l'oet.
" l)u. A v.. It. I helilum lull to remove kruptivnt
and SL-r.ttil ni .V-ov byllic perscvcriiipuneof yor.r '
S.nsAi'AUii.l.,:iuil 1 Irive just now cured an sttteW
or Mih-iufitit ilntAiii'U'. with it. Ho Alterative wa
possess' equiilii the .SAiiSAPAI'.ii.t.A vou have sup
plied to the profession us well to the people."
From J. F. .1 limit', t's-j.. irit:iuin, Ohio.
41 Kor twelve y:.r:i. I Iriil the vell.i-v i:rvsieUs .
on my rirlit arm, during which time I trkd all tho
celebrated pliyrl.nnis 1 could reach, and took hun
dreds of ibill rs yorth of incUcioert, The ulcer
were to bi:t tltvt tlu cor ts became visible, nnd tha
doetors deci'l'. I lli. it my urn must be nmpuiatcd. I
b"an tnkinj; your s iit's m'auii.i.a. Tonktno bot
tles, and suiini of your Tills. Together they havo
ciireil me. I am now as well and souuil as any body,
lleini; in a public plae, my e-tse Is known to every
bo.lv iu 1 1 i - coiuiituuity, aud excites the wonder of
frm flvi. Ilrnry Mnrn, .If. P. ., of Xacroftle,
f. tr., a ieudir.g mauler of the Canadian Varlia.
" I have used your SAr.sAiwr.ii t. In in family,
for L'ner:d .( :.t', au.l lor purifiivrf the blood,
with vcrv be t -ii nl result'., au.l ltd cwttlideoe ia
couiutcadiu it lj the ulIii..t.Jd.',
Bt. AiHhony's Fire, Rotio, Suit Kheum,
bcaid Head, Sore ilyes.
From TTnn-'! SiH-lvr, j:e'.,ihe r.lit.ir of tht
'Jitnxhamiorl: i.'ni'Krnt 1'tnn.njlritni't.
"Our only ebihl, about three years ol ' njje, was
nttaeked by iiiiuplvs on lit tor. head. They rapidly
spread until they formed h loathsome and virulent
sore, which covered his lace, nud actually blinded
his eyes lor some days. A skilful physician t.pplied
nitrate of silver and other remedtes, Mitltout tiny
apparent effect. J or fifteen days we jMiardcd his
hands, lest v. tilt them be should tear open the fes
tering and corrupt wound which co vri-U his whole
face. Having tried every thing else we bad tiny
hope from, vve began jriviiig' your fjAii-Ai'AUII.l A,
nnd applying the iodide of potash lotion, as you
direct. The 6ore beyati to ho.tl when we had riven
the lirst bottle, nnd was well when we had lint bed
the second. The child's eyelashes, whi.:h had im.
out, t;rew ngain, and be Is now us healil.y su.! ;.ii.
as any other. The whole ucig'hburiiuud J r. j.ctev,
that the child must die."
Byphilis cad Morcuriul Diiaa.:"?
From Jr. Jliram Shut, if St. Lou .:, MU .-f.
"1 find your 8a ks ai-a kill a a u.ore . .. .-tufl
remedy for the sei'ondary syuiptoms of .. hiii
and for svphilitic disease than any other v 1 -...scaf
The profession are indebted to you lor bULO of tlu
best medicmea we have."
From A. J. French, .V. ., an tminent itetsiViaa of
J.aierence, Mass., trho is a ;nmictt. tw.,wtr if
the i.ept's.ttiv i f Musiwhinetta.
bit. AvLti. My dear Sirt 1 ltnvo found yonr
Eaksapahilla an excellent remedy for hyphilit,
both of the jn-imary and stcoiiftury type, iutU clfec
tual iu some cases that were too obstinate, to yiebl
to other remedies. 1 do net know what we can em
ploy u ith more eertaiuly of success, where a power
ful alterative is requind."
Mr. Chi". S. J'mi Heir, " Vctc Urunmrirk, N.J.,
bail dreadful ulcers on his legs, caused by tho abuso
of mercury, or mercurial itiscaic, which urew moro
and niore'agirravatcd lor years, in spite of every
remedy or treatment that eotiU bo applied, until tho
persevering vise of Avi.u'.s SahaI'.iii.i.. relieved
him. Kevv eases cun be found moro inveterate u.ul
distressing titan this, and It took several dozen
bottles to cure hiui
Iieuecnhoco, Whites, Female Weakneis,
are generally produccJ ty internal .Scnifwout f 7
cyrutiim. and are very often cured by the ulterstlvo
efieet of this SAi:sAii:n i.a. Some cases require,
however, hi aid of the SaksaI'.mui.i.a, tho tkiilul
apldiciitioit of loc.d rmedii s.
From the trcH-lnurn irijrhjcfjibriited Ft.
.iicob .fnrrtll, vf Cincinnati.
" T have found your Sai:sA1'.i:ilh tn cxerlletit
alter.itie in diseases of females. Many cases of
Irregularity, laMiorrhu1 1, Internal l leefatinn, nud
lieMlilcliiliTv, arising from the scrofulous diathesis,
have viti'le 1 to it, and there are few that do not,
when its cited is properly aided by local treatment."
A la y, umrllUnjf to vHow the publication of her
vnme. irritea i
" Mv dinuhter nnd myself have been cured of a
very debilitating I.eucorrhrca of Ion standing, by
( tVVO OOttleS Ol yO'tr OAIiSAfAeiLLA."
KneumatiBm, Gout, Liver Complaint, Dya.
pep-iia, Heart Disease, Koaralsla,
when eanse I bv cr fi,ia In the system, ere rarildly
cured ty this ICXT. SAr.sAi'AiiiLLA.
pof ? ess so ni.iny nilvmitat'es over the other
pure, rives in the market, and their superior
iitues m e so universally known, that we need
not ilo more than to assure the public their
quality is maintained cqu.il to the best it ccr
lias Leon, and that they mny lie depended on
to do nil that thev have ever done.
Prepared ly j. C. AYKR, M. I?., & Co.,
Lowell, Mass., and told by
l.Oi.t. 1 u' of FA RTNERiriF
NoTtCr: is heieby piv.;n that tho Part
lei.ship. li'iiitb-'iiiij business, he.retofora
fuiue I .hi hv tho UMdc tiiij;ned, under
he name of Ch.u 1c? Isapc Ilorton Jr.,
u this i!;iy dissolved by mutual consent.
The business of the l::t0 fi'm, will b
settled ilo bv T "er'iiit Jr.
CH ARLES HORTON,
ISA M! IIOiMON Jr.
Rid-n -jy- July 13th 1861.
I)KIZR MOXEY. A DATEfulliiTt
1 PIUSES I'A A RLE TO ot'ALL
can be seen :it t tie oihenrs. These aud
all other claims tiainst the Govcrumcat
An ()ffcku in tub Aumv waiie ;
At iiiifpcction I noticed that a larga
(irojiortiou of tlie men's knapacks con.
taini'ij a box of Troche;, being jrenftrtill y
used by them for eoldii, etc." " Brawn' t
Bruiuhio Throclut," should be in every
soldier's knapsack or pocket, to bo used
upon tho lifbt iiji.caru,iicc of a colj cr
Centreville, Elk cn! Pa
A. DOL V II T I AI M
Cc-nlrev iMo, UU couuty 'i.
tS3G',!nRrtal Msnnfueturer o! '-'.'agon.
Busies &e.-ALSO Furniture, ( .j.-.h .
Bureaus, Tables, Stnnas lied: t -r. is u l
Chairs. All kind of Repaint done ..'
the tdv-antsge of purctasen. .