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THE ELK A D V 0 C A T E
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AT CENTREVILL, ELK CO. PA
I A' TIK, SnilEMNCl & S.NF.EHINUF.R
II A v e C 0 M E
A WALL li THP.1R IXTF.RLST !
Ass ni-xfii Vrf-o.l by the. daily (hrnng o
S m mors exchanging "green hacks''
l'ur Guoda !
Ail tlie Domestic Cotton Onmls
'nigh. Customer, oil-? and nil exclaim
How Cheap Your Drcs3 Goods
iir ttui-k consists of
I) r y 1 o o
Hals & CPj
Oils and Paints,
Pork & Floi!
It is uso'e-.-i for us to attempt, to
r full list of our stock, but invite
: nd fall, to drop in, aud examine
vUutter, Eggs, Potatoes, Grain
Hides, Calfskins and all country produce
I.eu at market price, for goods.
Centrevillc, April 25th, 1SC.:5.
TO T1IK WW
jPr'-G ri -L-rr. " n v;
Apples, (dry) bushel - - $ 3 50
;iuek wheat " " . - . 1 11O
Reans, " "... 4 00
iiuttcr " lb - - 20
Heef " "... 5(a7
!;o.'tidi " M. - - 10 00
Corn " lu.-hel - - 1 50
Flour " bbl. - - - 12 00
Hides " 10 - - - 80
!Iay " Ion ... 20 OS
Oats bu. ... 80
Wheat " " ... 2 50
Kyo " " ... 1 50
Shingles " M. - 4 02
tfjfgH :t Uoieu - 00
..:,. '.ll.JJ1 W "'jl'Jil 'M ''"Ml i.lll
I lake iEav.
I j c " ; -f i
'lion of Ihe
For JLadies, Ceniesnen and clii-
A argc sloe of
r i fill!1 m i
ill nistEp iiyi&&p
i Mieh as candy raisins, mils of dii-
goods of tlw kind
J 3d -ail -al .- .iiJ .
A small assortmc-ct in tlu; ttLovo line, will he Icopt ou
find sold at low figueis
Post ii Kief ore hnying.
St. Mary's, June 1 1, 1804,
ttt ?,$ ami
sal Mni Mhhl U J W
in cuISliiu: ailci; -
e to my
ISools and Shoes.
Qon feet ion aiy5
and all otSier
,,i Uil -.wi' 'tMil il
is fnli and cheap.
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ST. MARY'S, ELK COUNTY PA.
In tlic mom formerly occupied by
JOHN W. BA1LY,
St. Mary's Elk, County Pennsylvania.
Will also practice in the towns of
Tliilsw.iv. Ccntrovillo ami Wilcox. If
is bis purpose to visit ihe above places at
i Mated periods oi wtueti uuc nonce win oo
Artificial teeth inserted, Extracting,
fill i l j jjt ivc, all oppositions performed,
warranted to bo just as they are rcpre.
NOTICE I'" the Orphans' Court tor
the t.'ounty ot Elk.
In the matter ol the estate of Thointu
Overt itrf. deceased. The appraisement
under the Titli section of the Act of the
14th ot April lol, bavins' been filed in ;
this matter, m tiee :s hereby given, that
Jim Overturf, the widow of the said
Tlinmiis Overturf, claims to retain the
real estate referred to therein, of the
value of Three hundred dollars ami will
Mpply to the Orphans' Court, for appro,
vol of (lie said Appraisement on Sep'cm.
! or 'he SUli A. P., 1801, at 10 o'clock
' lO i ONSU.MPT1 ES.
oiisiunptivc sufferers will receive a
valuable prescription for the cure of
Consumption, Asthma, Uroneliitis, and
all throat and Lun aP.'ectious, free of
charge. by sending their address to
llev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
3 months New York.
The New York Weekly Her
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naval aud military expedition of the
qovernnient prove that it is determindto
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costs the proprietor over one hundred i
thousand dollars per year, to maintain
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on, and it will endeavor in the future '
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i regularly and cleat ly laid before them.
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the Mechanic Arts, Sporting Matters,
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reports of all events calculated to for man
excellent metropolitan newspaper a
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of the world and all at a very low price
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.Saturday morning, ami furnished atthe
following rates : ,
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Any larger number, ddressed to names
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opy Ten dollar per year for three
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md fifty cents for three months.
JAJES GORDON RENNETT,
Editor and Proprietor.
Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau
New York city, N. Y
There are no travling agents for the
i )1 SSO L1TION of PAUTN ERS II IP.
NhTICE is hereby given that the
Partnership, Lumbering business here,
'olore carried ou by the undersigned
.tnier the firm name of Hoton, Ely :
Co., is this day dissolved by mutual con.
15. F. ELY.
ISAAC IIORTON, Jr.
Ridgway, July 17th 10:).
E. W. RIG ON Y, Proprietor.
Jmuibus ruuuing to and from tbc 1'cpot
tree of charge.
the nttntr nf 1ttnr Vvxt ((fire, County and
State. We take tlie notes of nil solvent banks
at par. Payment must iuvm -inbly be mmlo
J'&TNpccimcn Copies sent to all nppli.
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C.ICLDWKI.L- & WIltfNKV ,
Proprietors e,f the Xrtr York Mercury.
To. H Ann ."licet, nnd 1 1 :l I'ulton street,
jVcw York City.
Letters of Administration have been
granted in due form of Law, to the sub
scriber Win. Mack upon thf Estate id'
Elisha Jirk, Late of Salem Md. do
ceased. All persons having any claim
against said Estate, ate requested to
present them duly authenticated for set
tlement. Any person nwinu the Estate,
arc requested to make payment forth
with. W1I.LTAM MACK.
Ai'm-n'fii-.ilor of the Eslt of Klhha
Mr, I,. ' -.-A'
. 1 1 1 : t ltl
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. ' : oil
hi ml s.
!.; " i-li or on
Mhs A. 1 1 ASS ELB ERG Ell
iirht Street. Baltimore mi. (ir C
Mi.-zingcr Elk Co. I'a.
DISSOLUTION of 1. RTNERll I
Nonet: is hereby given that the Part
nership, Lumbering business, heretofore
camel onliv t tic uniiersigncu, umler 1
the name of Charles & Isaac llurtoti Jr.,
in this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The business of the late fiini, will bo
settled up by Tsaae, Ilorton Jr.
" CHARLES IIORTON,
ISAAC IIORTON Jr.
Ridgway, July ICtll PstU.
TAEIZR MONEY. A liATEfulITist.
.1 PRISES PAYABLE TO of ALL
can be seen at the ollieers. 'These and
all oilier claims against the Government
An Officer in the Army writes ;
"At inspection 1 noticed that a large
proportion of the men's knapsacks con.
tained a box of Troches, being generally
used by them for colds, etc." "Jiro ten's
Jlronrhio TirorJins," should be in every
soldier's knapsack or pocket, to be used
upon the Gist appearance of a cold or
MIRROR OF FASHG'NS
tTARTER LY .Torn VAT, j)U GRAND
Circulation 40,000 (largest 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, SI ; single copies, 2(5 cents.
Published at Mme. Pf.more.st's Empo
rium of Fashions, No. 473 Broadway,
Sl'LKXDl T AND VALL A I1LF. FREMIV M-J ! .' !
rach Yearly Subscriber to M me. De
moret's Mirror of Fashions is entitled to
the selection of 50 cents worth of Extra ,
Patterns, or a copy of Mine. Peniore-it' j
Systinc fo Cutting Children's Dressess.
or for 50 ents extra, the Ladies' Ssy;
For a club fo 5 subscribers at 81 each
will be sent Person's. Arthur's or any
other 82 niayaxiae or newspaper for one
year, or a splendid Photograph Album
For a club of'S, Godey's Lady's Rook
or any oilier 8J mngazine, or an eleiran,
gilt, or steel Hack Comb, or Side Comb.
A Club of 10. Mine Demorest's $5
Running Stitch Hcwim; Machine, or a
Selt.tuckiiiu' Aftiichmetit, or a full set of
Steel or I lilt Combs.
A Club of (!", a new Wheeler and Wild
son's Sewinu machine with Ilemmeran
Self luckttit! ttachuient.
A Club .4' fj..-, a splenJi-l p.ite't lever
All the Sab -c is u--. i nl iile
tirst lireuiiuiu. -oel :o the ue'tei
the elub an el r:i coi.y
I the Mitror
Fashions for one year.
Any number ol SI subscriptions sent
towni'd : : i - t; 1 1 r up a club, will bo
s one a
if sent nltootlirr.
iieciinens sent t-o-
Ipt ot' 1 I "CIllS
lid terms for ngents.
Volunteers and Conscripts!
'J o sol lu rs or any ol hers wishing to in.
crease their income, there is no better way of
doiuji so at ihis lime, than from the tale ot
our watches. 'X'nuY Aitu WAiuiASTLii as
Hl.l'll KSKSTKll !
l'aiaieulai'ly valuable for ollieers in the
Army uud tiavelirs." Frank Litht, 1'eb.
'Prettiest, Lest ami cheapest timepieces
ever ottered." .V. V. l!lu!rat;l Sews, Jan.
Very pretty nnd durable Watches for the
.Irmy." N )'. rmi ,t- Sari Jour. (Gov
ernmeiii (lia;an. Aiiji. 'JO.
line of i lie oldest mid most reliable hous
es in business." Louisville, A'., Journal
AD.diXI STATOR'S NOH3E.
Letters of Administration have been
granted in due form of Law, to the sub-
seiber upon the Estate of Thomas Over
turf, late ot Reuezette township Elk
county, deceased, All persons having
any claim against said Estate, aro re
quested to present them duly a ilhenti
eated for settlement. Any person ow
ng the Estate, are requested to make
AilminUtfdlrix of ihj
Eitate of, TUoms Overturf, decs,
May 7th 1834
B 1ST of Retailers of Eoieiuii Mid T o
lucstic merchandise, Liquors, &c.,irr
Elk county for the year 1801, subject
to. ttic payment oi i,ieense,
Tj .1 ...
anie xvesiuunce uiaas
D. 1J. k R. Wins.
low, Bcnezette. 11
Schoeningoi Co., 1'ox l.i
do Liquor do
D. C Oyster, do
S. Short, do
Hyde it Read, do
Joseph Koch, do
A. T. Aldrich Jones .
J S. Hyde, Ridgway
Jerome l'owell, do
Ilouk ct M'A'ean, do
Dickinson & Co., do
Gil I'owers & Co., do
0. Luhr&co.,St. Mary's bor. 14
M. Rruner, do 1 1
Joseph Wilhelm da 14
, A. Kuiitz, do 14
J Km : i- A. Kutilz do 1 1
15. Eekle. do 1 t
V. Kit loli, h, do 11
Confectioners & Grocers.
E. l ew a-Co,, Runaway 8 5.00
Brewers & Distillers
C. II 'olk, St Mary's bur. )
J. Il'imllelder, do 10
Ceo V li-tman. do 10
V. Rudolph, St .Mary's bur. 8
E. liahcl. do 8 '
C. II. Yolk, do 8
M Ger.'. do 8
'1 h appeal will be held at the
didirway ou the 2'Jth day of
Wm. A. ELY,
'L" eMntiie ppraiser.
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TIIK SEW IORK 11 Ell i V Y,
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: roll of t lie Literary Press in t! :
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I guaiTiiilee of now triumphs in : t :
j Heretofore, it lias eclipsed -. ;
uio ii iiihisv:3 hi mum? nit-
lneiiiorable by ilipxiivj ifsoh i- ;
and looming up licforc tlie v
most mnrvclouH specimen of
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iniiniil product ions ul'iho mosi p ... i
loane'sls of the Old World, will hi. . ed
the ch,f il'wurrea of the most emineni lory
writers of ihe New.
MISS. M. E. HRADDON.
.-liilhnress of ".-lurora Floyd," "I.ndy Aud
ev's secret," '.Tohn Marchmont's Lefraey,"
1c., etc., who has suddenly risen, like
A STAR OF
M Vr TI
in the litervy horizon of Great i, ' ns
been especially enpnge.1 to siipjil, en
Your .Mki.cir i f oin limo toiom ho
wonderful creat ions of her geniiu. :. st
which no ether weekly in Aaiei 'ca cual.1
venture tn incur.
A'li'inji t lie multitude of ilistinuished
writers and ariists who have become ''ir -.il-iar
to ihe li'insses through the vusi cireahiiion
of the Stui- Ueeklj of Aiuerica. may he men.
tioned ihe following, all of whom are still
upon its sin iY :
int. J ii 1;o:;insont,
cnlWlN MAY CARLTON,
LA P.OA.'ET i;i.,i!. T,
W O tATON',
AltT il M GRAiMiiEP.,
.HI.IA S IMG RAH AM,
1' KI IX () ' DARLKY,
E RY (MIIEF,
, MISS ME I.il! ADDON,
' G EO KG H ALBANY.
ofoi'inr disi ingiiisheiUiVcro', unJer ,
the i ti i i ii i '
l.rri .the I
ii-m.- a.- ...'w , contribute of us col-
p leioi ial illustraiions are from J
p.-n.vl f Felix O. V Uarlcy,
a .!i ae.;'hiiiiMn of the nee.
Vhe V .,
tthieli has fsiven the coup !, (trace 1
to -:o lining
its r.iey 1 1
il s deiieio
-'t-t:MiM publ ical ions, and half
' ! i i still survive, has added!
i he i-u !'ii ion of'l'ho A ew Vorl.l
-iii.rt siories. iismiliturj
lelih-.ss I'eriiil romaiieii
i i s eniat wit And loniio."
its fairy tales lo.- linlt i
lis rave iiii'iiv. Us Iresli nni'iitor,
ous edilorals, iheinliuiie variety of nseonl
tenls, and the large iiiiieuni ol r- adiiifruu
ter that it eainp -is, s, render il weh'0
every ivliei'e, and to all classes of soeit
foul. lining us it does. " "
of closely printed mailer, it may kifol
I'l'onounced the cheapest, us well as the
Literary Newspaper extant.
JTree favorite writers, Doctor J. II B.il.
uson, Consiu Mav Carleton, nnd New iinm
'iue, are now preparing three storlesfor Th
.Yew York Mercury. Oueoflheseproducliu
will be coiunienceJ in the Opening Nuinbe
of tho.Yew Year The authors boinp nwar
ofilits fact, are engaged in an emul.iii
cenlest lor precedence, and the result w
uiiiiU'slionably be that the most etTpc';
story ever penned by any of three, will .
niencc in the
NEW YEAR'S NUMBER
of ihe great Representative Weekly t ':
7'he A'ew York Mercury is Bold t,.
newsmen nnd periodical dealer s in A"i ;
To subscribers it is regularly mail, 1 ( .
Siitiiidiiy inoriiing, for $2a year , tin c,
ies for So : six copies fur $'.) j eight t.
for i?12 with au extra copy, free, ia
getter up of ihe club. Six months' sub
tie-US rccnivcd. Atxtmjt write plainly