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THE ELK ADVOCATE
NEW- A D V RTI3 E EN 13
E. & n."T. 'Anthony & Co.,
MoBufacto-ror.- of PhotdgrjpUic
ff!tAAt A!B KETATt,
. " 60T BROADWAY. N. T.
. Ja addition to our main buiinessof rflO
TOClltAPHIC MATERIALS. ve are Head
quiftjjrg for the following, vi t
p.tereoacopen and Stereoscopic
Of tbre we have an immense aiortment,
including II ar Seenes. American find for
eign cities and Landenpc, Omnp. .Statu
ary. $c, So. Alan, I'.t'Vuirinr Stereoscope,
h r I he publo or p.ivnte exhibition. Our
ifntnlogue will he pent to any address on
receipt of Stamp.
Vr were the firat to introduce theae into
the United States, and ire manufacture im
mense quantities in great variety, ranging
in price from 50 cents to $30 each. Our
ALHUMS have the reputation of being su
perior in beauty and durability to any
otheta. They will be sent by mail, rasa,
en receipt of price.
SWtlSS ALBI MS MADE TO OBtlKR.-J
Our Catalogue now embraces over FIVE
THOUSAND different subjects (to which
additions arc continually being made) of
Portraits of Eminent Americans, &o., viz .
1(H) Maj Generals.
200 rtrig Generals,
109 Lieut. Colonels,
250 Other Officers,
7o ary Officers,
00 Prom nt Women,
150 Prominent Foreign Portraits.
o.uuu uopiea or Works of Art,
including productions of the most celebra
ted Engravings, Pointings, Statues, &c.
Catalogues sent on receipt of Stamp. An
order for One Dozen Pictures fmm our Cat
alogue will be filled on the receipt of $1 80,
aud sent by mail, tree.
Photographers and others ordering goods
C. 0- D. will pleafe remit twenty-five per
cent of the amount with their order.
F.. &. H. T. ANTHONY k CO.,
ifanufacturers of Photographic Materials,
601 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
t69 Tht prices andquality of our goods can
not fail to satisfy.
tfo. 19tb;4'l. 12mos.
NOTICE. The Comtnissioners of
Elk couuty will tueet at their office iu
Kidiwayoti ThutaJay the 21th. iont.
Nov. 19th 1881.
NOTICE. Is hereby given that
there will te nieefin of the Stoekliul.
ders of the Clarion Jdvor Navigation
CVn'pany, at the House of Win. H.
Fchialu, Jjioclwayville on Saturday the
17th day ot leceiubcr next, for the
jurpweot nigariiztu the company and
the election of a Pies Jeut a id four tuau
aera uh nquited l the ait of incut po
ration. All are retiuesteJ to atteud.
N. B. LANE,
A. I. WILCOX,
N. M. BROOK WAY.
Itidgray Nov. 14th 1864.
CAME trespassing mi the-
premises tf (Jeorge Schjut in
penztnqer township, Elk Co-ii n
.about four weeks ao, mi'j Ox, till red
with the exception of a Ttliito spot in ;h
forehead, ho i about years old. The
.owner is requeHted to como t'oi wai d.
.nrnvA nmnorrv nan nli-imna .....I t..tA
r i j i i j - t
. 1 ... nA.. L. a ...ill I. . 1 . I . 1. -
iiu Trajr, oi uc Villi UB Ut'Uli. Willi
Beniinpor, Nov. 5th. 180 I 3w
Adminietiatoi s Notice
1ETTERS of Administration having
. . i . . .i i. . -i
jj wnu tmniiu iu .i in-. , fux'scrioer ou i
the Mf't nt Jh,v A k-i..,.,'.. u,n f
heri-Kv triven to nil npnuiiia Irnotvln
v , .a IV i-ciiu Vi3illCt w
uiako immediate payment, and nil those
having claims against said estate, will
present the same duly authenticated for
Ruljioij Xo'o. 9th 1801.
NoTi-'K is hereby givea that
the following accounts has
been examined nnd passed by
me, and reraaina filed on record
iu this office 'h' inspection ot
heirs lerrateo. creditors and nil
. - - -
Tflrl'O 1 11 Ann , . r n n r .. .n n . 1
. . : '
will be presented to the
c urnnans court ot Mic
nty, to be held at the
ourt House in the town of
Kidgway. commencing on the
jirst .Monday ot January 1864.
Thf account of Ann Overturf. Ad.
ministratrix of all
oqJh and chateU, mid credits
us$n werei inoaiaauvcrturt late or
juviiovlv tunuauipt umicaitvj.
GEO. ED. WEIS,
Itidgway Nc-Y. 18th 1864.
ST. MARY'S, ELK COUNTY PA,
In the room formerly occupied by
DICKINSON k Co. DEALERS it.
Morohaudise Proviaiona Ac, on the
lienilu pa utirm, at price uiuoh to
flA Q 1 1 V a n t .1 1 . a i f ...nL,,...
Clotaing, Ilatt. k Maa'aTuralihlne Good
ioct Uvaj, Cuaxoa Co., f.
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v -T-II E
Fashion Mngnzine of the World
LITERATURE, FINE ARTS AND
FASHIONS. Tho most innL'nificent
Steel engravings on every eubpet thm
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Netting. Lmbroidert, Articles for the '! nilet,
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en. Kvcrything. in (net, to nmhc a com
plete LrUV lilldK.
The Ladies Favorite For 33
No Magazine hiu been uble to compete
wiiUit. None attempt it. '
for every department of a household. These
alone are worth the price of the Honk
Model Cottages (no oilier Magazine gives
them), with diagrams.
DRAWING I.K&tON'S FOR THE YOUNG
Another speciality with (iodry.
ORJQINAL MUSIC, worth $q a year.
Other .Iagnzines publish old worn out ma
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fore the niuie stores.
Gardening for Ladies. Another peculiar
ity with Oodey.
Fashions from Messrs. A. T. Stewart &
Co.. of New York, tlio millipnaire, me
rchants, appear in Godey, the only maga
zine that hat them.
Also. Fashions from the celebrated
UroJie, of New York.
Ladies' Bonnets. We give more of thorn
in a year than any other magazine. In fact
tho Lady's Hook enables every lady to be
her own bonnet maker.
Authresi of "Alone," "Hidden rath,"
''Jloss Side," "A'rmesit," and "Miriam,"
writes for GoJey eaoh month, and for no
other magazine. K'e have also retained all
our old aud favorite contributors.
T Vt K I S () K
OODEY'S LADY'S BOOK
For which there ennbe no Deviation.)
he following ate the terms of the Lady's
ijook tor i3J.. jm preaeni, we will receive
subscribers at the following rates. Due no
tice will be given if we arc obliged to ad
vance, which will depend upou the price of
Oue copy, one year
Two copies, oue year
1 hrce copies, one year
Four copies, one yenr
Five copies, one vear, and an elr
copy to the pet son sending the club,
I' making six copies 14 00
Eight copies one year, and an extra
copy to the oue teDding the club
making nine copies 21 00
l.leven copies one year, and an ex
tra copy to the one pending t tic club,
making twclvo copies 27 50
1 Additions to any of the abpve clubs,
$2 60 each subscriber.
Godey's Lady's liook and Arthur's Home
magazine will be scut, each one year, uu J
receipt of $4 50. j
W e have no club with any other .Magazine ;
,or Newspaper. i
i The mouey must all be sent at one time for :
any Club. j
t'auada subscribers must send 24 cents !
additional for each subscriber.
Adil run L. A. GODKY. I
JV. Vomer SuctA and Chestnut Sirerle,
''onsnmptive snfTerers will rec:vi
valiialilo prescription lor en
Ci'iisuuiptiuii. Asilmiii. Ui i-hit'v
all throat end Luntt niVcctions. lire
cliiir;e.1 b seiidiu; their mlilrps to
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON.
3 months New York
DISSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP, e
Notice is hprchy "ivpn that the
I Partnership. Lumbering bu-ine.ss here
I toloro carried on by the uodersiaued
I under the Grin name of IL.ton. Elv &
. . . , .. , , , ,
1 ' ,S "'is day dissolved by mutual eon
B. F ELY.
ISAAC IIORTON, Jr.
Rid-way, July 17th 18C3.
NOTICE OF LIMITED PARTNERS!!.!'..
NOTICE is hereby gi?en that Theo lur
Palen. heretofore residing at Allegany. Cat
taraugus County, in the State of New York,
hut now residing at Wilcox Elk County,
oiate ot Pennsylvania, and Jam en (.'lark, '
residence at Plaenfield in the .State of New
Jersey, have formed a 'limited partnership
pursuant to the Act of the General .sseiuhly
ofthe State of Pennsylvania, passed the lilst
of March 1838, entitled "An Act relative to
limited partnerships" and its several sup-i
rlements. for the manufacture of Leather nt
'Vilooxaforesaid, upon the following terms .
to-wh: 1st. The name of said firm to be 1
Theodjre I'alen; 2nd. The general nature
ofthe business transacted is the manufacture
of leather ; 3d. The name of the ireneral
partner ig Theodore Palen, now residing at
H'ilnox aforesaid ,- 4th. The amount of
eapiial eontributed by the special partner
James Clark, to tho common nock, is
cightcm thousand dollars i 6th. The part
nership is to continue from the ninth d'iy
Jpi'ilA. D. 1804, to the n'nthdav of April
A. D. 1800. Dated at Hi'.cox,' Jun Sii
At the Book Store. St. Mary's-
SANuERS MiAUERs, No's. 1, i, a,
4 s o.
Shii lei-s primary and pictorial 1 o
Mitchela Geography & Af l;n.
Mitchels primary (Jeograj)hy .
31 .N ally's Geography
Mnteiths primary Geography
j Webster's common Bchool Dio
So. 2 tfe 3 plain copy book.
Letter, nutetfe writinsr piper.
Ink, Pens, Envelopes, i'enci.s
TreMile-nt Ju ly. ' ''
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!ifor: I'M U'c'h, Rilway
llistrtrf .1 ' 'tirnt-y,
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(.'litirlus l.ulir. St. Mary 'a
Cnuiili Siti vi inr,
floitrge Wtilm.lcy, St. .NIarys
Cli-irlos U'oit, St. Mtiry's
Julius Junps. lptezt!,t
Jo.'ihuu Kcot'cr, Jones
U. T. Kyler, Foj
Henry Warner, Jonei
H. l. Heir. IJi nozott
JjATJRIE J. BL AKELY,
ATTOttiTUY AMD COUSSELLlSa
St. Mary's, Elk County Pennsylvania
Centreville, Elk county Pa
A DOLL II T I M M.
' CcntreVt'.lc. K.l.'i c U'ltv X.
earueneral .latiutaeturer of , avrons,
Uuies c.-ALSO Furniture, snc.li as
Buieuua, Tables, Statins Bedsfmls uml
()h:tirs. All kind of llepairin done at
THE TWENTY-SIX BIRTHDAY-
J ii V n It V I h I
1 H 04 .
tii v s i.yy vokk si e ii s u
F O h T II K
Afte more than a quarter of a cennr.v
of uninterrupted Hiiccexx, The New York
MKP.el'FT Ktanding first o" the muster
roll of he L:terary Press in this cuiinity
points proudly to its p-t career ii
gunr .nteo of new t.i'iuniplm in the fuiiii.-
Il'irc'ofiire. it l;as ee'ipsel ill r'vili :
hut 1 1 proposes tu miku fu-.ttng ,cav
nirinortilile by rlipn.n otr i p ' h'ntn .
alii luimimj; up Ih-I'itc the world us the
mot n t v-loii- 'p-ci-iieii of a faociiKilinr'
brilliant, unrm.u. mid eouirrcheiisive Ail.
eraiy paper tliat lias even brcn pulr
1 11. el in eiit.er l.i-iuispliere.
i ill', 'ilvN'irs OF KUlUMMv
in- 'a'd uinlir coiiiribn i i n to jriv- In
1 i iev In it i eolumns. and sid. by nid '.
ual productions of the inu-i p .pu'.ir
ic stsof II, e did World, will be p!a
f-:rV dieiirr' l llie most eiiiine it
Hi tieis of the New.
MISS. M. E. BRA I) DON.
luthore of " lurora Fluyd." "Lady And
y m seerer," -.Inlin M-o-chmniit Lezaev.
i.. !; . wlin La l-nly ri-nn. like
A STAR OK 'I HE FIRST MAGNI
in Ihe literary horizon offirent Rritain. has
heen especially engaged to supply iik Nkw
Viihk M Kin thy friuii i iit'e loiimc with iho
wnn Jerful creat inns of her genius, at a cost
which no other weekly in America could
vein ure i incur.
Among the mull it mln of ilisf inguished
wriieia and artists ho have become famil
iar to (he masses ilirniigh the vaM circulation
ot tlio Ma." Meekly ol America, may be men
tioned the follow. ng. all of whom are still
upon its Muff :
Kit. J II UOUINSON,
mi'.s'lN MAY CARLTON,
W O EATON,
AUTIIER M GUUMOEI!.
JLI IA S l.MORAHAM,
FELIX O C DARLEY,
Scores of other distinsuishe I liter tti. ualtr
arious noimde plume, cutitribute of its col
thus while its pictorial illustrations are from
the inimitable pencil of Felix (). C Darley,
tsq.. the best dra-ightsman of the age,
7"ae War, wa cli has given the coupde grace
toao many pretentious publications, ami half
destroyed those that slill survive, has added
thousands to tho circulation of Tho .Vow York
Its heart-stirring short stories, its r.',i'jitiry
hiblorieites. its matchless ferial romances,
its racy burlesques, its genial wit and humor,
its delicious gossip, its fairy tales bir lit lie
folks, its rare poetry, its fresh and vigor
ous ediiorals, the infinite varioty nf its con
tents, and the large amount of readingmat
icr that it comprises, reudcr it welcome
everywhere, and to all classes of society.
Containing as it dues.
f closely printed matter, it may nfolv be
pronounced the cheape.-t, as wellusthe best
Literary Newspaper extant.
TYee favorite wriicrs, Dootor J. II ?.ibi..
I usoti. Cousin May C'arleton. and New Hunt.
me. are now preparing three stories for Tlie
Vcw York Mercury. ( eoflheseproductins
wdl be commenced in the Opening Number
oitho.Vew Year JThe authors being aware
of this fact, are engaged in an emulative
centesi lor precedence, and the result will
unquestionably he thai tiie most effective
story ever penned by any of three, will com
mence ii the .
XKh YEAR'S NUMRER
of the great .Representative IVeekly of lh
Tie A'ew Vork Mercury U sold by all
newsmen an i penuuioai Ueaiers in America.
r.. subsci-iberji it i regularly, miiled ever
o.ury inoiuing. tor ri' yeir.ihree cop
" . i tuples uu v.i j eigiu copies
copies : I
ipr i i wuu an extra
copy, jrei, to ta
Ugisr f th pslub. Sixmotahs'subjor
l',!otTS ived. Alvnyn terite'pUMy the
pour.'ott Ofiee. ' Vovn'y emi
tinte. r ve take the tmfeaof all solvent bapkt
at par."' Payment must invariably be made
.-F-sY Specimen Copies sent to all oppli.
, 1 Address all letters,' anp einittanocs. post t
i paid. j.o
CUI.IlWH.L Will I NEY ,
"' ' J'rhprieiorx of the Arte York iitrcury.
, I'os. i8 Anu s:rect, and ll.'i lulton atieet,
i A'ew York City.
The New York Weekly Lcr
aid. The Cheape,t roper in the World,
The extensive and com rehejisiye
Lieiiitlcs in its possesion enable th l"t!?
rniKJoii of the H'kk.ki.y IJip.Ai.K tu
tumitiieu the latest and most teli;il,le in
loiuiatiMti piis.sibly to ho oblaineii, r,ut
only from nil pints of the United States,
but limn all parts of the world.
Jts home carresj.iiniieiits, enpaired at
heavy cost, and connected wiiluucli now
uaval and military expedition of the
tfovertjinent prove that it is deteriiiindto
leave no spot uncovered by its ojierations
and no event can occur that shall not
fjnij jniuiediatc report in its columns. It
costs ;lie proprietor over one hundred
thousand dollars per year, to maintain
its corps of correspondents in the Geld.
In its collati m of Forcitrn News the
IltitAt.D has for years held a high ppni
on, and it will endeavor in the future
to maintain the stand it has assumed. It
has fp'.'eial correspondents stationed in
all of the principal cities of the world.
Its telegraphic arrancmcntserJer.d to
whenever the elcctri-jwireparostretehod.
H'hen the Atlanticcable is laid, w'lioh
feat will soon bcoccomplished, telegrams
will be luepived I'iOtn Europe and Asia,
as well as from the United States. Then
out readers will have the events of the
week in all parts of the civilized world
regularly and cleat ly laid before them.
Tho pi optietor devotes a portion of the
paper Literature, Fusion. Agriculture,
the Mechanic; Arts, Sporting Matters,
Uusitiess, Theatrical and l'itmnc;al lie.
ports, Calilo Market-!, General New?, and
reports ofall events calculated to for man
excellent metropolitan newspaper a
weekly photograph it view of the events
of the world and all at n very low price
The Wkkki.Y Heai.I) is issued every
Saturday morning, aud furnished atthe
following rates :
One copy 2
Five copies 5
Ten copies IS
uy larger number, duressed to naunt
of suiiscriliers. SI 5'J each.
An extra cojiy be sent o every club
of ten. j
Twenty cof,u'K, tu one address, one:
ti' ir, $lo, and any larger tiuuiberat same
pr . , ;
u extra copy witl bo sant to club of
ilvrrtiseiiieiits to a limited number
!r- inserted iu tho VKr.Kt.V 1 1 f.R-
' I II
'he iMir.V Ihn.M.ri. three cents ;er
. Ti n ilnllar per yenr fur l h
' nd Sixty three ii-nes Five
'j" Six in. n;li. Two d.llurs
. : i , c.-nt.s lor thrms iio tn .
J .VES GORDON BENNETT,
Editor mid 1'rojirietnr.
V 'i Invest coi ner ol' Fullou and Nassau
New York city, N. Y.
There are no tiavlinj; agents Inr the
MAG 10 TrM OBSERVER?.
Uuing.4 lluiuing or Open face n.r Lad vs
Uen lein in s Winch Cnmeliine. wiib or
I'm en I Self Winding Improvement
!I Improvement .
n most rieising Soveltv.
nkok Tin: iM(i:rriiT. motpos.
1 VKN I ENT. AND dec dedlv the hest and
cheajiest tone piece for general and reliable
use ever offered. It has within it and con
nected wMiits machinery, its own winding
attachment, rendering a key entirely unne
cessary. Th cases of this Watch are com
posed of two meials, the outerone being
fine lti carat gild. It has the improved ruby
action lever movement, and is warranted an
i accurate linio-pieee. Price superbly cn
' graved, per case of half dozen. $:lOl. Sam
ple Waiohes in neat morocco boxes, $.'13,'
first Cltss Hunting Time. Pieces for accu
racy of movement, beauty of material, and
aoovoan, cheapness in price, t.nese watchea
; must insure universal approbation.
An imitation so faul'.kss that it can hard
ly he detected by ihB i110st exporiencel
judges. The ms.erial being of two meta'.s,
the outer one r,i-st quality Sterling Silver,
while the '.,mer one is German Silver, it can.
not bo Veeognised by cutting or heavy en
graving, making it, not in appearance, but
in durability, the be-t rescmblaneo of SOL
ID STRUNG S1LVEI1 iu existence.
The sale of these Watches in ihe Army is
a source of enormous profit, retailing, as
they very rwidily d i. at $-r, imd npw ards
.Many hundi ed Jollari can b made in a sins
le pay day by any oue of ordinary biisiues.
8i.AT WHOLESALE ONLY ! In heavy
huniiiig cases, beautifully engraved, whiio
enamel dial, and tauey cit hands, in good
milling order, by the half duun, f 72. Sold
. only by ibe case of six .'
upon receipt ol I wo dollars, as puarantee
ui goou iaiiu, we win se'iu watches by ex
press to any part of the loyal Slates, collec
ting na.ance or 'bill on delivery. This en
sures buyers against fraud, g'"ving theui
their watches before payment is required
Soldiers in the dttoial itatt t mi-st remit
cash is aovancb. as the expreis oompanies
peremp'orili rmtset making collections in
such dangerous localities. Itcracmber,
Cah in advance from within theariw Unci tn
rebel ti'ttet I Weguar-mtee the tafe delivery
of all watehti, w'lethtr they are seul by mail
,, , Sole Xmporteis.
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ht house has beeti refitted and furnir.1.
ed m a neat stv o. and
la erarv wi
dptd t the wata of (h pullis.
IIIREOR OF TASflCli'S
r i j n',
''hi-. I E:-ch i-iu.'-ir tvnt,,is inn-.
lit! IhMijIulici III I'usbioh l'l;ils. -sphtiili..!
ltistratiot.s of all the. fasbion.ible el,d
:irH noveltie!-, for ladies' and children's
I ie-f. use'ul uilormation. and the font
lile size I'altenis. cut ready f'.r u-c. etc.
etc. Yearly. 1 ; single copies, 'Jli cents.
I ublitlied at Mvk ! 'KMor. i e ( 's r.niio
tMini of l'ashious, No. 47-3 Broadway.
ti i-r.NMti and VAi.rAiiT.nrnr.Mii'Ms!!!
ubscril er to Mn e. I'e
ininpsl's Mil r"f of Fashions is entitled ti
the se'eelinti of ii'! cenl worth of lx't;
I'iiltcrns. or a copy of Mine. I'einoic-l'
Sy:-ttnc I'q Cpttipg Cbilili'eo's 1vc!-cs.
or fur .Ml ciits extra, the Ladies' Sr-y
For a club fo 5 FuLscriners at SI eacl
will lie sent Person's, Artljur's or an;,
other 82 maoa.iiic or newspaper for on'
year, or a splendid Photograph Allium
For a club of 8, Godey's Lady's 1'ooK
or any other Co magazine, or an eletin
gilt, fir steel Rack Comb. orSideUotnb
A Club of l'., Mine Demorest's :".
Running Stitch Sewing Machine, or n
Sell. tucking Attnchtucpt, or a full set ol
Steel or Gilt Combs.
A Club of fJ5,a new Whcclcrand Wild
snn's Sewing machine with Herauieran
Self tucking Attachment.
A Club of G5, a splendid patc't lover
All tho Subscsibers r.re entitled to the
first premium, imil to the getter up ol
the club an extra copy ofthe Miiror ol
Fe;V.ions for one year.
Any number ot SI aubsciiptionts sent
toward making j;p a club, will bt
credited the same as if sent altogther.
Rack numbers a .specimens sent post
falcon receipt of III "cuts.
Splendid terms for agntiti. Send fin
Volunteers and Conssripts
To s-jl lier.i or any ehers wi.ii.ii ta ,n,
crease their inconic, there is no hotter wuv
doing so at this time, than from the sulo
our watehes. Tiikv akb W.vuttATi:n a-
11 KIOtKSKMKIl !
'Particularly valunblo for nRioeri in i,
Army and ti avulers.'' frank A-au i. lli
'I'rati iest, best ami cheapest ti.nepirer
ever otfcrc-J.'' -V. 1'. Illustrated X . -f it it
"Very prelly am) durahV Vi'nt.'l.ea foi-tln-
, .Iriiiy." N
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ID a soiled etive
'I he e.el.-hr i'e 1 author in .this admir.i
llee-s.i, ele.nly d.-iii iiis:i'.ite.s, Irotn
ihiit.-e.us sueees.-lul praiiee. thut the
ularin'n i eonsrrn.nces ol self n'm .e may
he rade illy eure.J with. ml .the d.iii. roii-u-e
.if internal incdic no or the nonliea
tloti nf thn L-nlf..
. ' "iiiiiii mil, ,i
nt nun. -i :.. ' i i
Of C'fe. lit mice sillmh. eei-f:iin im.l ..floof
Ual. bv means of w ired cveiy Sitff.;ivr.
" wa-ier wn .t Ins con Iitinti , )0
ui.iy cure linnselt chenply
an I rut I Ire' I, ,
OSrl'his Lecture should he in the
hands of every youth and every man in
Sent, under scl. h a pkin .envelope.,
to any address, p p , on r,,e,,pt 0,
sis cents. r,r two post stamps. Address
CII-S J. C.KLINE & CO.
1-7 Bowery, New Yurlt, Post oiGce
The undersigned having been restor
is to health in a lew weeks, by a very
ample remedy, after, liaviU! buffered se.
veral years, jvth a severe lun,: affection.
and the dread A
,r. .vujV uu 'UlljpiluU-lS
xnxious to make known tr. hia till,
-w...j ivi.vq CUI-
terers tho njeans of cure.
To all who desite it, ho will send a
copy ofthe prescriptiou used, (freo of
charge,) with the directions for prcpar
iniiud u.sing the same, which. thy will
find u cure for Co.Ssoiptjo.n,
Asthma, Bronchi rts.Couuus, Colds'
&C. The only objct uf the advertiser
in sendin-' tho nreserintion is t.i h.ww.fii
theafflicted.aiulspead information which
ho conceives to ho invaluable ; aud he
nones every sufferer will try his remedy,
us it will cost them nothing, and may
pi ove a bleNsinr.
Parries wiping the prescription will
Ittv. EDWAHDA. WILSOV
Willia uslurg, Kind's County,
Letters of Administration h..en h,.
granted iu Cua fun,, 0f , tht, s.lb.
seiner upou the Ivstate of' l'hotnis Over
'urf. lu.to nl IJenezette tinvnthir. l.'it.
eoutity deceased. All p,)r8.,lw Lv-'
my claim auainst 8,id Est-to, are re"
luevted to preseii- tl, , ,u
. 1 t , J M'lHIITIMI
cated for ewtlein ut. Anvm rs... .
Ml'' thd I'.Mfa'o mm r..n... . 1 . .
. . , . : wj unite
Admiit&ratrie of th
rvuif tniu4 er,
Infection rrt;ic! wo
tail Ecr.orctA lurkt
In tHo conatira:ions of
rt.ukituUos cf wi. 1:
ritltfr jprCsluMarf''' i
proUiec-J,.i3r ,a cn-t;y.ii-il,
of the I lood, wherein
that fluid htwonVcs ln
' fJZw$it0t- -ylh
, feV fcjEfcl5i?a
iStompeteiit to su'triil
.1 Ml' MMl. 1 , ....
ir,L--2.--a; 'V?5ri.nv.'!i tir."."iv":.f:iii t-
j v. "iti'rV-- f.ill 'into ilisorutr tin
! decry. Ti e rernfnlotn' .onti.'niinalioti is va-
thm iy csu:rd ly t. ereitrir.l diseaf.o, low
I llvini;, r.isordere 1 dlj-cstioti front ur.heallh
food, in-pure mr, (litii r.ud. filthy. Iialnts,
tho iVpref.ing licet, and; pl.ovc 'all, by.
t!ic venereal infi.i lion. f lintevt.T 13s iu
origin, it is hereditary in tho constitution,
deseend-nfj " from parents to cliihlri n unto
tho third and fourth pi nerrtion;" indeed, ii
seems to be the rod vf H-m w'l:0 '")' " i W''I
visit the iniquities oftlio fatlicrs open their,
children." The discard it originates taki
various names, according to the orpnna it
attack.i. In tho lungs, Scrofula producer
tubercles, end finally Consumption; in the
glands, fwellinys which mippurnte and be
come ulcerous sores; in' the ttnmacli and
bowels, (lerangenienls which produce, jndi
pesiion, dyspepsia, and liver complaints; on
tho skin, eruptive and cutaneous affections.
These, till having the came origin, require the
same remedy, viz., puiilicntin nnd invijora
tion of the Hood, l'urify thq blood, and
thec dangerous disteinpcrs leave vac,. Witt
feeble, foul, or corrupted 1 lood. you cannot
have health; with tiiat "life of the flesh"
healthy, you cannot have scrofulous disease.
is compounded from the ninst rfformai anti
dotes tlmt medical ceicr.ee has discovered for
this afllieting distemper, and for the cure ot
the disorders it entails. That it is for tups-
I rior to any other remedy yet devied, it.
"j known Ly all who have given it a trh.l. That
it does comljino virtues truly extr.toVuit.ary
In their efiect upon this clnss of complaints,
is indisputably proven 1 y t'.o yrcut multitude
of publicly known and reniarkahle cures ii
has tnado of the following diseases: Kin'i.
Evil, cr Ghndular Swellings, TiimiA-j.
Ei-uptiors, Pimplos, Blotchds and' Soret.
J2ry3ipeIo3, Jlose cr St. Anthony's Fire.
Salt RLeutn, Scald 'Head, -Coughs' fret;
tuberculous depo ita in tho lnns, Whif
Swellings, Debility, Dropsy. Kenralgii
Dyspepsia cr Iudigcition, C ypliilis aarl
Syphilif 'o Infections, Mercurial Diserjcs,
Fini"l''i7cakne39e'', antl, indeed, the whole
fcrics of coii.phiints tu.it rnUe tV.'iii' impurity
of the Mood. Minute reports of individual
cases im.y Ic fiuml in Atxr.'s AMt'aicAj;
At.MANAf. which is furnished to the oiupgistt
for gratuitous distribution, vlmein n.ay be
learned the directions fur its Use, and tome
of the remarkable cures which it has mad.'
when all other lemedies l.nd failed to rtflord
relief. TkofO iaes lire purposely taker,
from all teitions of the eountiy, in order
that evi ry reader jury have accc?s to tome
one who nut eiik to him of its benefits from
personal e? periene. Scrofula depresses tho
iUil inergies, i.r.d thus leaves its victims fa?
more inijii 1 1 d'.cia.-c ami its fatal result?
then ere lu hiy cuni-titutions.' Hence it
Ur.dj tu fl.i.it.n, r.fd does greatly shorten,
the (.virile (.i.iitiim of human life.- The
vait it. oii:.rio i f these considerations has
lul vs t i i pi i.d yiars in ierf'e( ting a remedy
v. !.:t!i i-i i i.iijiu ie to its cttic. Thij we' how
t i.er to t! e J ul lie lir.der the name of Avta's
K.uis.ii ai ili a, i.lll.ruj li it is tctv.pofrd of
jegii oil 1 1-,' m u e of yhkh exceed the lest
if .'in- ..(i in r. Iterative power. By its
r. A j'i u t. . y i :otu t journ if from the tuller
it.g Mil i'. l n r f t!.c."C di orders, l'urgo
ti.t tie ii.t.i iorii:il..ii: t'.-at i"t ar.d fester
in l! e 1 h od, mjv ti.t tl e cnuK'fi of liis.ise,
ml i; n.iis I ..iili v ill follow. Hy its pecj
li:r vi.iuis (l is j.n.ii'y itimuhites the vitM
fi.rctini, Mil ties t.vpiii the t'.i. tecipers
vl.it Ii lt. k vXiu the lybteni cr Lurst ouf
cn r.ry ) 1 1 f it.
V. e l.t i w ti e j til lie have been deceived
ly many ml poinds of frirtuparitla, that
j'ronibid i;.ui.li i.i;d i'M rotking; 1 ut they
will neither I e uu iiitl j-i.r iIim pointed in
tliis. lis i.tues I.i ve I u n pKAtn Ly abun
dant trial, ei d llieie n n ains t o (juvrtion of
its turpnsiing i.n lh i.e e 'for the n.re of th''
r.llliclii g di.-eaes il is iniendt d to rcatl.
Although tinder the fiinie nini e, it is a vcrj'
tlitierent ineditine fvoin i.ny other which ha-,
leen 1 1 fine the ei!e. i.i.d is far n. ore cl
feetunl than i.r.y cll.ti' vhitli Las ever ict'i'
available to liiviii.
Tho World's Great Remedy for
Poughs, CoMa, Incipient Con
tuinptiou, nnd for tho relief
of Consumptive patients
in advanced btagea
cf tho disease.
This has been tp long used nnd to uni
versally known, that we need do no n:oro
than assure the public that its quality is kept
up to the best it ever has been, and that it
mny be relied on to do all it has ever done,
l'reparcd by Dr. J. C. Areu & Co.,
1'i actical and Analytical I htmitU,
Eold Ly all druggists every where.
DLSiOLU l'iU.' or PA .U'E:Wlli'
aS'oticb is hereby piven that tho Part
uership, Lumbering btuiuess, heretufor.j
carried on by the undersijucl. under
j the name of Charles & Isaac Ilortoti Jr..
in this day dissolved by mutual consent
The business of tho late linn, wijl' bo
settled up by Isaac Ilorton Jr.
ISAAC IIORTON Jr.
Ridjjwiv. July l.'lth l!l!4.
lElZlt MO-nEV. a DAltu.liist
1 PKISE.S PA TABLE '10 of ALL
can be seen at the officers. These and
all other claims against the Government
A.n Oi F.'CKti ix thk Army wbites ;
'At inspection I noticed that, a largo
proportion (, the men's knapsacks cua.
taiued u box of I roc lies, being generally
used by t hem for colds, etc." '-Bi uwiii
Jii-.tiu y'i) jfW.'htiouM be in every
S'ddicr'H kuapsack or pocket, to be used
upon the first (.ppearunee of a cold or
A Rare Chance f Capitalist
For sale, about 530 acres t-f land in
and around the IJ..rou,'h of St. Mary's
Elk county Pa. Also thirteen town lots
in said lior.iiivfh. cl.iso to tho P. dt fi R
Depot. The P. & R. R. R . tki th '
ari'tttost portion ..f the lands'. Prioa lOJy
ati'l tonus e.Ui or nQ time, with pool
ecurity. Apply to
Vjts'wl' Bsltiaior MD. or U
LOU A, BcAttr Eli. Co. Pn.
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