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SHALL I1A YE PEA CE !
The Republican of West Virginia
liavo achieved a glorious victory. Our
majority i3 5,000. The Republicans
elect all the Congressmen, and havo a
large majority iu both branches of the
Legislature. Thus the work goes
In th world to day no prouder nnuio
Id borne on any breeze,
And with Oram to eU'er tho li!p of Stato
Otir fluff ?hll rule ttio sen ;
Ko " Dominion " shall bo 2sTorth of 09,
And South of tH no foe
Oiir Stars nud Stripes in the Cnrjndan,
And likewise Mexico!
For with President riyspes
Will be few who care to'flL'lit
Unv lie rule the country he Ur3 saved,
And "God defend the rik'hll
&o. Iiovs! a final bumper,
Whllo we nil in churns chant
"For next PrcMUeut we liomtuuto
Our own Llyw!es Grantl "
And ir asked what State ho halls from,
This our sole reply ? hull be,
"From near Appom.ittox Court-House,
With its fiinoui apple treel1'
For 'twas there to ournvfscs
Thnt Lee irave up the fight
Sow, boys. " To Grnut'for President,
AndOod dcft'nd thoriirht!''
All three gone under Seymour, Fendta
ton and Vnllandiiiguam, X. Y. Herald.
The noxt Legislature of Pennsylvania will
be more largely licpublican tbau the last.
Miss Jennie Collins, of Boston, is making
some tirst rute speeches iu that city for Grant
Another celebrated General has become
identified with the democratic party Geo
Republicans are offering odds that New
1 oru win go lor lirant.
Vallnndigham has made an application to
join tue uuthoiic Church ot Daytou.
Blair said, " Unless the democracy carry
possible 'ho'pe ofTuTcesTfe gel If
u,ShilQt: Brady, Sol. Meredith, Gen.
Kste aud Pierepout have pronounced for
Grant. Push on tho column.
Pennsylvania has cast her electoral vote
for every successful candidato for President
since tho foundation ot the Government.
Montgomery Blair says the Democracy
is " bottom side up." Oh Gummy ! Gummy !
Why this reflection upon Mr. Seymour's
Seymour to Grant, 1863 : Where are
your victories ? Grant to Seymour, 1808 :
nere are your victories l
Blair and Seymour havo been nailed to the
mast by .Messrs. I ililcn, Belmont and Sdiell
ery well ; then they will go dowu with
oemmes pirate craft.
Blair to the democracy of Pennsylvania
neiore eiocuon : l ou must carry the State.
I he democracy to Blair, after election : We
couldn t carry it, with you.
Mr. Seymour, of Utiea, is no longer in
the watermelon liuo. Four Htates which
itro reckoned " some pumpkins " have doscen
ueu upon mm with a squash.
"Little Phil. Sheridan " never made
more brilliant charge than when he flashed
over the wires that ringing battle cry :
--livery man who iovos nis country 6hould
Toia ior urauk
The Nashville Gazette predicts that Ken
lucsy "win a year hence be the most Radi
cat State of the Union. The momeut Grant
is elocted nud free spceeh and free thought
becomes a possibility, the rebound will be
The Cincinnati Chronicle says Strader,
the democratic candidate from that city, was,
on the morning of the election, engaged in
circulating fraudulent tickets in such a way
that he committed a poual-oll'once.
James Kilboura, an Albany carpenter, is
maKing some oi tno most ctlectual campaign
fpeechns iu the Kmpire Stato, and with his
coat on ana sleeves rolled up, gives his hear
ers what ho calls "jack-plane arguments."
In 18G0, the majority in Pennsylvania on
tho Presidential vote was increased over the
vote ou tho State ticket 2C,4.")t, though the
whole vott cast wua over 18,000 less. Tho
democrats simply gave it up as a hopeless
kusv. auu bo it win ue tuia year.
A Western paper believes that the Repub
licans will carry Tennesseo by a large ma
jority. .Nowhere has the foolish action of
jlampton, blair aud frorrest, excited wore
indignation than among the Conservative
uieu of the South.
An astute Western politician aud ex-Governor
remarked a month ago, " The Repub
licans will achieve successes at the October
eloctions, and thou looking for wholosale
desertions from tho Democratio ranks 1 "
This is what we may now look out for.
" My friends, I have sent my adjutant to
Washington to stop the draft," said Seymour
to the New York rioters. No use for him
to send his adjutant to stop the draft from
Pennsylvania and Ohio. It can't be done.
The draft must chill his very marrow.
The Natiox, which has heretofore been
rathor democratic, says the democracy have
uow "nothing whatever to hope for except
within the limits of New York city ; even
Mr. Hoffman's defeat, it would seem, is se
cured by the decisive victory in Pennsyl
vania, and that no selling out of Mr.
Seymour can now give the State to Tain-
October OO tli, ::: : :
TOR PRESIDENT IN 18GD,
GEN. U. S. GRANT.
FOB VICE I'RERIPENT,
HON. SCHUYLER COLFAX
O. MortmioN Coaths. WruTHnop W. Ketcbam.
noMAS M. Mabnit all. pahudl KNonn
William II. BinNits
BENJ. F. i AyKNSFI.LIR.
William .T. l'liLLoeK,
ClIABI.ES H Ml'l.LIX.
llEomiE W. Kldih.
ilKNHY O. .TOHNPOM.
John K. Km in.
JaIIH . ItLTA.t.
Okoiiui V. Hill.
Watson 1. Makiit.
Jons H. DntNiiiti nsT.
HANK V. llOOTON.
1AVIU M. liAMt.
Having taken charge of this paper,
we shall endeavor to make it acceptable
to the people of Elk county. While
we shall advocate, to the lest of our
ability, tho principles of the Republican
party, we shall also make it a good fam
ily journal, and devote particular atten.
tioa to local matters, aiding, as far as wc
arc able, the development of the valua
ble resources of this section of the State,
and the building up of tho various busi
ness interests of the county.
C. 15. GOULD.
MR. SEYMOUR'S PLEA.
The popular verdict in the three
great Middle States having lecn ad
verso to Mr. Seymour's aspirations for
the Presidency, ho has in desperation
taken tho stump, and 13 travelling
through, the country, soliciting the
votes ot the people for the highest office
in their gift. In this electioneering
tour Mr. Seymour has already made two
elaborate speeches, at Buffalo and Cleve-
and, in whioh, his principal argument
is, that if his party ia successful, it can
not do much harm. The elections aL
ready held show that the Republicans
will retain their Congrssional majority,
and Mr. Seymour begs for office on the
J .nf,, PnngMM will not allow
bim to carry out the revnlni
wjmm ui ui3 party, lie will thus, at all
events, be powerless for evil.
it may safely be said tho Presides
tial office was never before degraded by
sucn abject mendicancy, but Mr Sey
mour s reasoning is its own best confu.
tation. Since the assasination of Mr.
Lincoln, the country has had ample op
poriuuity to observe the countless evils
of a divided Government in which the
Legislature and the Executive are an
tagonistic. Only the institutions as
strong as ours have proved themselves
to be, could havo survived the fearful
strain to which they have thus been ex
posed, and it is doubtful whether even
they could endure a prolongation of this
conflict for four years more. Besides
this, every interest, material and moral
of the country is suffering under unccr.
talnty inseparable from this perpetual
strne within the Government. What
the people want is peace and quiet
UdeotUrant and every section of the
Union settles down to the ceitainty of
a line of policy, to which it speedily ao.
commodates itself; political excitement
subsides, and the energies of the com
mumty are directed to industrial ad
vancement and repairing the losses and
dest-uction of the war. Elect Sevmour
tor mill vaora iviam . 1 I
. r ' a; "Peu
" "" ' uuueriaimy : DOllt- I
l : j -i . . . I
-a. 0Heuienl aauy increases, ana the
coustant antagonism between the depart-
ments oi tne ijovernment threatens the
.i r....i l- ... . .
' compucations. anis may
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. v.vvuwunuuag iuiptfr.
tance ia dependent upon strife and tur.
uoii, cut to me people, dependent upon
treir industry for support, it means want
and poverty, and the eventual failure of
Auu.uUUB lU0 irUtn or an tne paciho
protestations conveyed in Mr. Seymour's
uuu.eu purases itw tncrelore evident
"uu' unu ""wioS mai iiis election
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nuum uc mo greatest mistortune that
could betal the couutry. Tho political
complexion of the n ext Congress is al-
reaay scttiea by the people, and to
chooso a President opposed to that ma-
onty would be a blunder of which the
political sagacity of Americans can nev
1tioosE ye on the 3d of November I
under whose leadership jou wish to
serve ior the next lour years. Grant is
ior peace in all the land. Blair is for
introducing war where war bas never
Last week ot St. Louis, General Blair
made a 5peoch,characteri!it;d by the New
Yoik orld as "masterly," iu which he
gave currency to a statement the Roths
childs had sent half a million of dollars
iuto Pennsylvania to help carry tho
election. As the' chairman of tho
National Democratio Executive Com
wit tee, Augustus Belmont, is American
agent of the Rothschilds,Gcncral Blaiils
story if true, may explain where the
funds were obtained for the expensivo
system of naturalization and coloniza
tion by which tho Democracy expected
to carry the State.
fiSTWe have yet a few days to work
before tho Presidential election. Let
us keep our lamps trimed and burning,
and take every possible precaution
gainst the pol'ing of fraudulent votes,
so that we may give an increased ma
jority for the candidates of justice and
frco popular govenmcnt.
(K7Freerjan of Elk oouuty, remem
ber that the election of Seyaioru and
Blair, would inaugurate revolution in
accordence with the declaration of
Erank Blair. Further, it will causo
total or paitial repudiation, the utter
prostration of finances, and the conscs
quent stagnation of business of all
SThe New York Woril in a re
cent editoral, says that thew ia no use
discussing the fact that the young men
of the country are Dot in tha Democrat
ic party. This is a remarkuble admis
sion and augurs well for the future of
tho country, as upon the young men
alone depends the future prosperity of
the party of the country. YouDg men,
see to it that the assertion of the World
is made good.
l&,Grant is pledged to the speedy
restoration of peace and good order
in the Southern States. Frank Blair,
the head of the ticket, is pledged to
sweep away the re-construction meas
ures which have already done much to
ward restoring these States to their
Drooer relations in the Union, on
-'; v" mure reuuee lueu tu
condition ot anarchv and confusinn
Which will you support ?
lThe effect of the election
Oraot oJ ColfaA will to to at
crush out the rebel organizations that
now exist in the South. Already tht
Ku Klux Klans are in trcpedation
The recent elections havo foreshadowed
their fate if they continiio in their evl
ways. After the 4th of March, and by
the triumphal election of our candidates
they will be swept away like the autumn
leaves, without bloodshed and without
BtSTho recent eclections prove con
clusively that Grant is to be (he next
President of the United States, but wo
must not therefore relax our exertions,
Much still remains to be done. We
have the result of our labors on the 13th
inst. to guide us. We know what Re
publican voters were absent, and can
take measurers to sscure their attend
ance on the da, 01 November. Do not
allow the recent glorious victories to
make you lukewarm. Keep the ball rol
The principles of the Democratio
rtartV Am fid versa in tlin rrrwnvnmnnt rt
. ... .
tne peopie by the people. Their party
(irrmns Armia i- f.imr ,A
pointive in the hands of the President
alone claiming that Congress has no
rieht to hold the PmaMpnt in
bv onnos ira? h a imr.rnnPr nrmnmonfa
4 i a t i lr "-Vk'1
At mibaoes not mean tiie organization
power of which is to be rested iu one
man. contrar to tbn n:.:. f
Constitution, we confess that we are at
. 1 i i
ii-aiu no icai meauing. ii
8nv man. therefore desire., t i, ,,n.
a mtmn( ...: : v...
despotic in reality, let him vote for
NOTiiEa of Frank Bluir's rcvolu
tionary utterances hos transpired. On
the evening cf the ICth hist., in a
speech, at St. Lonis, he declared that if
Grant is elected President he will never
leave the Presidential mansion alive
We ask all intelligent democrats how
they can vote for man who first advo-
cate4 revolution, and now openly threat.
ns the assassination of rival candi
Whkelinq W. Va. Oot. 28th.
Twenty-three counties heard from
give a ltepubucan majority of 5.000.
OilN O. HALL, Attorney at law, Kidg
Vtay, Elk county l'a. inar-22'G0 ly
JAUK112 J. liLAKELY, Attorney at lnw,
J and V. 8. Cbiuuii8sion!r. Kidgway
tlk county, Pa.
HEN BY SOUmiiR, Attorney-at-Lnw,
ltidgwny, l'a. (fcb20'G8)
A WINE HOU.SK, St. Mary's Pa., Her--
man KreU, Proprietor. sug9'G0
TAR. W. JAMUS BLAKELY Physician
anu ourgcon, ot. ilarv s, ik
W. W. SHAW Practices Medicine
and Surgery, Contreville, Elk county
I EXECUTIONS, SUMMONS, SUBPCE.
'j nas,. Warrants, &c., on hand and for
sale at this office.
Ci II. VOLK, Manufacturer and Pealer
, in Lager Beer, opposite the Railroad
Depot, St. Mary'g, Elk county P.
TVK. W. li. HARTMAN, St. Mary's, Elk
1 county, Pn. Late of the Army of tha
Potomac. Particular attention given to all
cases of surgical nature. mar-22'66-ly.
GROVE 0. MESSENGER, Druggist and
Dealer in Drugs and Chemicals,
Paints. Oils and Varnish. Perfumery Toil,
et articles and Stationary, Ridgway, Elk
county Pa. , niar-22'UG-ly.
JOilN 0. HALL JAS. E. P. UALli.
A HALL & BItO.
Attorneys - at - Law'
ST. MARY'S : JL-'tvv
BENZINGER V.fi. ELK COUNTY. PA.
September 20, 1866. ly.
JS. Bordwell, M. D. Eclectic Physician
. Office and residence opposite the
Jail, ou Centre St., Ridgway, Pa. Prompt
attention will be jciven to all calls. Office
hours : 7 to 8 A. M- ; 12 to 2 P. M. ; and 6
l 7 P. M. Mar. 22, G(J-tf.
JL RIDGWAY, PA.
DAVID THAYER, Proprietor.
The undersigned having fitted up a large
and commodious hotel on the southwest
corner of Centre and Mill streets, with good
and convenient stabling attached, respect
fully BoliciU the patronage of his old friends
and the putlio generally.
dec!3 GO ly DAVID THAYER.
JOHN O. HALL,
JAS. K. P. HALL.
horf, gall & .3k
St. JIary'8, Uenxinecr J.
Elk Cocrii, Pekka
RiDowAY, Elk Co
M. V. MOA"", Propiiolui.
a nw it lT tlie Pa'nngo hcrctoforo
f" . !, " 'FCS'. D' P"y"g strict at
eomiort ana convenience of
.v uiVlu B continuance of th
Oct 24 18G6,
Ij'xiaxnos.IjIN HO US E
A St. Mart's, Pa.
LARGEY & MALONE, Pbopk's.
The proprietors resncctfiillv axle tl aii
tion of their friends and the public in gen
eral to their large and commodious hotel
uemion paia to the convenience of
6 , LARGEY,
may30-18G8.1y J, A. niALONE.
I EXCHANGE HOTEL,
li ' RIDGWAY, PA.
J. HALEY Proprietor.
This hotelis cleasnntlv siin..lo,l tv
banks of the Clarion River and Elk Creek
uimc lower ena ot tho village, Mr. Hcalv
will annin r, v. n ." n r.. . 1 . J
. ... .r..,vUV'iuiig lur me convenie.ee
"is Kuests. yeinritnannn ,loii.
U - Ul . vv
mi a call and try his house.
"OAL, COKE AND FIRE.n.AV t
All of superior quality, for sale by the
lannerdale Coal Comnanv.
oi. iuary s, sum bounty, ra.
IS?"Orders bv mail nromntlv tttPnA
C. llf i 1.1, ft - '
- r j
to- seDtlrj !i-tt
S. BELNAP& CO..
Having completed our new eRtnrilUlimont
and located therein, we still hone bv con!
slant attention to business, and turning out
nrst-ctass worn, to merit a continuance of
sne patroaage heretofore so generously be.
ttowed. Call at onr new shop, at the east
ern end of Main Street, Ridgway, l'a.
Particular attention riven to the
.r I. . . ,1 I
u. uuiacs. mi we.usg is lair trial.
n 0UM respectfully inform the citizens nf
tlie surrounding community that he still
keops on hand a good supply of such arti.
cies as are generally Kept in a country gro
eery stora. including
which he flatters himself he can sell as
cheap as they can be bought anywhere in
I have lately erected a first-class ehinelo
mill, which is now in operation. It is an
attested that the shingles which were made
in this mill and sold in Williauisport. are
first-class article, the lumber of which
they are made being a first-class article.
I desire to introduce these shingle- to the
notice of builders, who will consult their
own interest by giving me a call.
May 3d, 'GO. tf
HEELEU & WILSON'S SEW
INO MACHINES. The under
signed having been appointed Sole Agent
for the sale of Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing
Maohines for Elk county. He keeps an
assortment constantly on hand. Machines
sold at Philadelphia and New Yor prices.
Any parties desirous of obtaining them can
address J. K. WH1TMORE,
March W.'68-ly, at Ridgway, fa.
grtstflcuiiiit Clcrtioit gwclamatiott.
GENERAL ELECTION rBOCLAMA
T10N. Pursuant to an Act of the
Ucneral Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, entitled " An Aot relating
to the elections of the Commonwealth," ap
proved the 2d day of July, A. D., 1839, I,
JAMES A. MALONE, High Sheriff of the
county of Elk, Stato of Pennsylvania, do
hereby make known and give notice to the
electors of said county, that a General El
ection will beheld in Elk county on the
FIRST TUESDAY, being the THIRD day
day of November, 18G8, at which time there
will be an election for TWENTY-SIX EL
ECTORS for President and Vice President
of the United States, at the following named
And the qualified electors of the county
of Elk will hold their elections iu the sever
al districts, as follows t
Benezeite township, at the bouse of Eliza
beth Winslow :
Benr.inger township, at the schoolhouso on
Miohacl street, near the Elk creek bridge ;
Fox township, at the Centreville school
Highland township, at the house of Levi
Uorton township, at the eohoolhouse near
Ridgway township, at the Court House ;
St. Mary's Borough, at the house of Chas.
Spring Creek township, at the house of
Stockdale, Downer & Company ;
Jay towaship at the house of Alfred
Jones township, at the school house in
I also make known and give notice, as in
and by the thirteenth section of the afore,
said act, 1 am directed, "that every person,
excepting Justices of the Peace, who shall
hold any office or appointment to profit or
trust under the Government of the United
States or of this State, or any city or in
corporated district, whether a commission
ed officer or otherwise, a subordinote offi
cer or agent, who is or shall be employed
under the legislative, judiciary, or execu
tive department of this State, or United
States, or any city or incorporated district :
and also, that every member of Congrces or
Stato Legislature, and the select or common
council of any city, commissioners of any
incorporated district, is 9f law incapable
of holding or exercising at the same time,
the office or appointment of Judge, Inspec
tor, or Clerk, of any election of this Com
monwealth, and that no Insjectoror Judge,
or othrr officer of any such election shall
be eligible to any offite then to be voted for.
ALSO, That in the fourth section of the
Act of Assembly entitled " an Act relating
to elections, and for other purposes," ap
proved April 10th, 1849, it is enacted that
the the thirteenth section " shall not be
construed as to prevent any militia officer
or borough oflicor 1 rom serving as Judge,
Inspector or Clerk, at any general or spec,
ial election in this Commonwealth."
ALSO, That in the Gist section of said
Act ii is enacted that " every general and
special election shall be opened between the
hours of eight and ten in the forenoon, an
sl.nll continiio without interruption or ad
joiirnment, until seven o'clock in the even
ing, when the polls shall be closed,
The general, special, city, incorporated
districts ana township elections, and all el
ectionB,' for electors of President and Vice
President of the United States, shall be
held and conducted by the Inspectors and
appointed as hereinafter provided.
" No person Bhall be permitted to vote at
any election, as atoresaid, but a white free
man ot the oge ot twenty-one years or more,
who shall have resided in this State nt
least one year, and in the election district
where ho offers to vote, at least ten dav
immediately preceding such election, and
within two years paid a State or countv
t i : .1. .i.ii i i . J
iruitii miuu nave Deen assessed
least ten days before the election. But
citizen of the United States who has previ
ously been a qualified voter of this State
and removed therefrom, and returned, and
wno snail nave resided in the election dis
trict and paid taxes as aforesaid, shall be
entitled to vote after residing in this Stat
six months. Provided, That the whit
trecmen, citizens of the United State.i. are
Detween the ages ortwenty-one andtweutv
two years, and shall have resided in the el
ection district ten days as aforesaid, Bhall
not nave paid taxes.
Pursuant to the provisions contained in
the 4th section of the Act aforesaid. th
juuges or the atoresaid districts shall re-
pectively take charge of the certificates or
return of elections of their respective dis
tricts, and produce them at a meeting of
one juuge irom eacn uistiiot, at the Court
House iu Ridgway on the third day aiter
ler me election, being for the present vear
vuniuuv, iiiu iuiii uy ui vciooer next.
V . : . 1 .1.. l.L . . ,
thon and there to perform the duties re
quired by law of Baid Judges , also, where
a Judge by sickness or unavoidable acci
dent, is unable to attend said meeting of
Judges, then the certificate or return afore
said shall be taken in charge by one uf ihe
Inspectors or Clerks of the election of said
District, who shall do and perform the du
ties required ot said Judge, unable to attend.
AIM AUJ. regulating the mode of voting at
all elections, in the several counties of this
Section 1. Be it enacted bv the Senate
ana House or Representatives or the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania in General As
sembly met, and it is hereby enacted bv au
thority of the same. That the qualified vo-
.... . i c.i
icrs ui iua sevvrii cuumiesui litis lommon
wealth. at all general, township, borouirh
anu special elections, are liereoy hereafter,
authorized and required to vote, by tickets,
printed or written, severally classified, as
follows : One ticket shall embrace the
names of all Stata officers voted for. and to
be labelled outside, "JUDICIARY j " one
ticket shall embrace the names of all State
officers voted for, and shall be labelled.
' STATE ; " one ticket shall embrace the
dames of all county officers to be voted for,
includiufi office of Senator, member and
members of Assembly, if voted for, and
members of Congress, if voted for. and be
labelled, " COUNTY j" one ticket shall em-
braco the names of all township offioers to
be voted for, Mid labelled, " TOWNSHIP : "
one ticket shall embrace the names of all
borough offioers voted for, and be labelled
" BOROUGH ;" aud each class shall be
deposited in separate ballot boxes. .
f y GIVEN under my hand and
I SEAL. Jseal at my offiee in Ridgway,
V 'this FIRST day of SEPTEM
BER, in the year of our Lord, One Thous
and Eight Hundred and Sixty-Eight.
JAMES A. MALONE,
Sheriff of Elk County.
September 2nd, 18G8:taoe. .
BLANKS of aU kinds for sale at this of
2 000,000 CUSTOMERS IN FOUB
Years. .Patronize the Best.
Having the largest capital, mopl erper
ienced buyers, and extensive trade of any
conocrn in the Dollar Sale business, we
in every instance, and al9o tho best selec
tion of goods ever offered at ONE DOLLAR
No othor concern has any show wherever
our agents are selling. Our motto. ' Prompt
and Reliable." Male and female agents
wanted in city and country.
THE LADIES are particularly requested
to try our popular club system of selling!
all kinds of Dry and Faney Goods, Dre(
Patterns, Cotton Cloth, Castors, 8ilver
Plated Goods, Watches, &e. Established
1804.1 A patent pen fountain and a check
describing an article to be sold for a dollar,
10 cents i 20 for $2 j 40 for $4; 60for$G;
100 for $10 ; sent by mail. Free presents
to getter up, (worth 60 her cent more than
those sent by any other concern,) according
to size of club, or if not do not fail to send
or a circular.
N. B. Our sale should not be classed
with New York dollar jewelry sales or bo.
gus ' Tea Comprnics," as it is nothing of
the sort. EASTMAN & KENDALL,
G5 Hanover Street,
may23-Gm. Boston, Mass.
A TTENTION MILL- O V'NtRS I
"IHE EAGLE TURBINE WATER
WHEEL, patented iulyBO, 1 807, is
superior to any wheel in use. The under.
signed have the agency for said wheel in
Ihe State of Pennsylvania, and can rccomt
mend it as being the best manufactured.
For further particulars, and circulars, in
quire at our Foundry in Kersey, whero
machinery, mill-gearing, castings and steam
engines will be made to order at reasonable
prices. We expect by giving satisfaction
in'our work to receive a good share of pub
3. F. ROBERTSON,
Kersey, Elk Co., Pa., janlG 18C8pd.
SOMETHING NEW I
HOUSE, SIGN & ORNAMENTAL PAINTING.
"IHE SUBSCRIBER WOULD RE-
speotfully inform the citizens of Elk
county that he has just started in tho
above business in Ridgway, and feel confi
dent that he can please all who may favor
him with their custom. GRAIN INO,
PAPER HANGING AND CALCIMININO
DONE ON SHORT NOTICE AND IN THE
most fashionable and improved manner and
style. Orders left at this Office or at the
Banking House of Souther, Willis & Souther
will be promptly attended to.
W. P. WILLIAMS,
VALUABLE LOTS FOR SALE.
The undersigned has laidjout.a vil.
age upon his ground adjoining the Ridg
way Depot, to be called ELK. The lots
are 60 feet front by 100 feet deep front
ing towards the railroad.
Terms For the first lot sold, $100. Foi
the second lot sold, $110. For the third
lot sold, $120 and so on increasing ia
price as lotsvre sold.
U First purchasers get the choice let,
at the cbeapant rates.
Purchasers will be registered in the or
der of their application. Ten percent of
the purchase money 'must be paid at the
iiin of Ihe application.
HQuApplications wilLbe made to Job.
Q. Hall, Esq., Ridgway, Pa.
J. 8. HYDE.
A LECTURE TO YOUNO MEN JUST
published in a sealed envelope.
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment and
Radical cure of Spermatorrhoea, or Semi
nal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, 8ex
ual Debility, and Impediments to marriage
generall. Nervousness. Consumption. Ep
ilepsy and Fits ; Mental and Physical In
capacity, resulting from Self-Abuse, J-o.,
by Robert J. Culverwell, M. D., author of
the " Green Book," eto. Price in sealed
envelope, only six cents.
Ihe celebrated author, in this admirable
essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty
years' succersful practice, that the alarm
ing consequences of self abuse mav be rad
ically cured without the use of internal
medicine, or the application of the knife.
pointing out a mode of cure at once simple,
certain and effectual, by means of which
every sufferer, no matter what his condi
tion may be, may cure himself oheanlv.
privately, and radically.
ttaguThis Lecture should be in the hands
of every youth and every man in the laud.
cent under seat, in a plain envelope, to
any address, postpaid, ou receipt of six
cents, or two post stamps. Also, Dr. Cul.
vcrwell's " Marriage Guide," price 25eents.
Address the Publishers.
CHAS. J.C. KLINE a CO..
127 Bowery, New York. P. O. Box 4 fififV
Highly beneficial in
DYSPEPSIA, GFNEItAL DEBILI
TY, AND LOSS OF APPETITE
And an excellent corrective for pcrsens
suffering fronDisorders of the Bowels.
SOLD EVERYWHERE !
Depot, No. 413 Market Street, Phila'a.
J. K. TAYLOR a CO.
CARDS, Bill-Heads, Letter-Heads, Tags,
Handbills, &0.. done in nil n.LJr...
audat the iowkst pricb, FOR CASH, at
I7IRANKS. BARRETT, Attorney-at-Law,
9earfield' Penn'a. Will practice ia
Ilk and Cameron counties.
A 11 c
orders for Stoves and Hardware
will be promptly attended to as soon
as received, at the
12'G7 8t. MARY'S HARDWARE STORE
NAILS, SPIKES, HINGES, , RIVETS,
looks, bolts, and all kinds olbuilder's
materials in general can be had cheaper al
the St, Mary's Hardware Store than ap
other place in Elk county. (n26'67J
JOB WORK of all kinds ani dos.
criptions done at this office.
NVELOPES, LABELS & TAGS neaU.
Iy printed t the Adrocwe Office