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t ' d:iii gtdvorjate,
A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER,
Devoted to the Interests of the People of Elk Co
is rrhi.tsur.D evkht iiiat,
BY C. J3. GOULD,
Office in the Court House.
Terms Two Dollars per annum, invariably
in advam... Ho deviation from thsoo
Rates of Advertising.
Transient Advertiscniemcnts, pers q.irc of
10 lines or leas, 8 times or less $J 00
For each subscqiint insertion ,., 25
Administrators' and Es'rs notices... 2 60
Auditors' Loticcs. 2 60
Dissolutions, Cautions and Estrays... 2 00
Local and Obituary notices per line.. 15
Professional cards, 1 year...., 00
1 square $ 7 00 column $20 00
2 squares 12 OOjj column 35 00
IS squares 15 00,1 column 0(i 00
The above rates will be strictly adhered
to in all advertising from this date.
Singlo quire $2 606 quires fl qr..$l 75
3 quires "rl or... 2 60.0ver C, T-l or.. 1 60
5 or less 2 UOI sheet, 25 or less 5
SorlcssaOoJi sheet, 21 or less 9
(Blh djjounfu Siitdori.
President Judge 11. 0. White.
Additional Law r Judge II. W.
Associato Judges E. C. Schultze,
District Attorney J. K. P. Hall.
Sheriff JauicsA. Malono.
Prothouotary, io. U. A. Rathbun.
Treasurer Claudius V. Gillis.
Co. Superintendent Jauics Blakely.
Commissioner. H. Warner, J. W.
Taylor, Louis A'oilunr.
Auditors Clark Wilcox, Byron J.
Jones, Jacob McCauley.
County Surveyor Geo. Waluislcy.
TIME OF HOLDING COURT,
Second Monday in January,
Last Monday in April.
First Monday in August.
Fir&t Monday in November.
LOOK HERE I
TOHN WAPLE dosires to niako known
to the citizens of Ccutrcville nnd tho
unrounding country that he has taken the
on Mcra'uK-yV'jV'iy R' J' M""y.
nnd that .he hopes b, paying" rt&t'niS8;
tiuii to his business and the. wants oJ Jjjg
lino. He will Keap on hand a largo and
well selebtcd assortment of
iTiai and htrt-$rim Wnxt,
f his own manufacture, which he will war
rant to bo of the best, quality. His stock
consists of everything (hut is useful in the
i in ware line about a house.
l u?k a lair trial, and if my work docs
not giyc satisfaction, my customers will not
iic uuiigctt to take it.
ecpl(i:tf. JOHN WAPLE
.J F YOU WANT TO BUY .
VL, it TIII.YG for the JtUlllon t
Co to A. DURLACIIER, Agent,
CLOTHING ! CLOTHING
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
IIATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
TRAVELING 15 AGS, &o.
ST. MARY'S, ELK COUNTY, PE.NNA
km uuLiua I'tlUUinUAL TILLS
lor females. Infallible in correcting irreg.
ulurilits. Removing Obstructions of the
Monthly Turns, from whatever cause, aud
always successful as a preventive. One
Pill is a dose. Females peculiarly Bituated,
vr those supposing themselves so, are cau
tioned against using thcsefFills while in
mui conuiuou, lest they invite miscarriage,
after which udmouition the Proprietor as
sumes no responsibility, although their
mildness would prevent any mischief to
health ; otherwise the Pills are rccommen.
(led us a Most lnaluablo Remedy for the
alleviation of those suffering from any ir
regularities whatever, as well as prevent an
increase of fauiily when health will not
permit it ; quieting the nerves and bringing
buck the '-rosy color r.f health" to tli
cheek of the most delicate.
Full and explicit dircelions accompany
each box. Price $1 per box ; 0 boxes, 5.
Bold in Ridgway, pn., by 0. G. Messeu.
ger, Druggist, sole ugonl for Ridgway. La.
dies, by sending him $1 to the Ridgway P
O, can have the Pills tent (confidoat iully
by mail to any part of the country, irte
. postage. Sold also by bwuyno & Reynolds,
. St. Mary's, and by one Druggist in every
. village ia the Union.
. S. D. HOWE,
ury2 G8-ly. Boiu lVopriUor, N. Y.
HitUrvvny, Klk Co..
The Bubseiiber d.sirpa voUTi0.A.ii
form the ciliztns of lti,l,v ..n.i ,,:i,.:...
that he is prepared to make to order as well
as Heap be doneany where, anything in the
line of his business. All he asks is a fair
trial. Oood Fits guaianteed.
SUCloths, Cassimers, Vestines and
1 rimmings xf the latest und most approved
Btyles kept constantly on hand,' which will
he sold CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAP-
Ladies desiring Hemming, Stitching,
.' filing, Hiding, to., ondicbses, capes, ao
ill liuditto their ijtereat to give mo a
t al1-, uuguO UU.
-XT-ISITINQ CARDSNEATLY F.XtC UT
V i t thi oMJss.
drawn for No-
Grand Jurors. Solomon Buchert ;
Xnvicr Biberger, jr., St. Marvs ; Pat
rick Malose, Ridgway ; W. W. Shaw,
Fox 5 .Georgo Wcis, St. Marys ; Robert
Wrttior, Jones ; Joseph King, Fox ;
Natliatl Hippie, Ilorton ; Valentine
Miller, Jones; S. A. Olmstead, Ilorton ;
lid ward Souther, Ridgway ; Jacob C.
Mcffert, Jones ; Jacob Spanglcr, Jay ;
Nicholas George, Spring Creek ; lid
ward Fletcher, Bcnczctto ; Charles
Mead, Ridgway ; Ferdinand Wonk,
Jones ; Henry Thomas, Ridgway ; O.
G. Clark, Fox ; John King, St. Marys,';
John Stockman, Renziugcrj Charles
Winslow, Ucnezctto ; John Soscuhci
nier, St. Marys.
Traverte Jurors. Ralph Johnson,
Benezette ; Robert Wilbur, Fox ; J.
K. Whitiuorc, Ridgway ; Ellis Lewis,
Rcnczetto; Michael Weideit, Jones ;
Gaorge Smeltzor, Ilorton ; John Mo
sier, Fox ; Martin Perrin, Spring
Creek ; Lewis Iddicgs, Fox ; Elijah F,
Meredith, Fox ; Martin Sorg, lienzin
ger; C. U. McGill, St. Mary a ; Clark
Wilcox, Ilorton ; Jacob Soienheinicr,
ot. Marys ; A. Uiesu, i'ox ; John Ow
cn, Ridgway : Michael McNaily, St.
Marys ; E. E. Crandall, Ridgway
hlias Mover, Fox : Hc.ekiah Ilorton
Ilorton ; Eben Russ, St. Marys ; lliiatu
l arniau, fcpnng Creek ; Aleury Lurgev
Fox; A. 1. Wilcox, Jones; Procarus
inouipson, Pox; Clitton JJundy, Fox
G. H. Royd, Jones ; Jeremiah Elliott,
spring (,'rcek. ; w. 15. Uartuian, t
M arys ; Robert J, Spanglcr, Jay ; Jno,
Winklcblech, Ilorton ; Lorenz Deitz
St. Marys : Thomas Koerner, Renzince
William Derr, Bcnezctte ; Michael Dill
Jones; milts -Kylor, Fox.
OUKT P It 0 C L AMATION.
Whereas, tho Lion. H. W. Wil
liams, President Judge, and Hons. E.C
Schultze and Jesse Kyler, Associates,
Judges of the Court of Quarter Sessions
Orphans Court, Oyer aud Terminer,
aud General Jail Delivery, for tho trial
of capital and other offenses in the
county of Elk, by their precepts to mo
directed, have ordered the aforesaid
named Courts to bo holden at Ridgway
in ana tor tne county ot on th
Third Monday of November, it beiu
the lGlh day of the month, and to cou
tinuo one week. Notice is hereby triv-
en to tho Coroner, Juttices of the Peace
and Constables of the county, that they
tlinri nnrl thorn in .
arwo ctock, A. M., of said day, with
their iolls, records and inquisitions, and
ether remembrances, to do those thincs
n,blv. rr. . . . .
u.w. iuuu uiuucs npponaia to do aone,
and that all Justices of frid county make
returns of all recognizances entered into
Deiore them, to the Clerk of the Court
as per act of Assembly of March 4th
Ana those wno are bound to
prosecute the prisoners that are or shall
be in the jail of the county of Ek, and
to De men and there to prosecute ag
ainst tuem as snail De just.
JAMES A. MALONE,
Ridgway, Oct. 21. Sheriff.
XL Notice is hereby given that lettcis
of administration having been granted to tho
undersigned on tho estate ot Anthony Cuneo
late of FOX TOWNSHIP, deceased, all
persons inueoiedto said estate are request
ed to come forward and make iinniedinlp nnv.
mcnt, und those having claims against the
8amo will present them duly authenticated
R. T. KYLER,
6ept. 30, 18C8-Ct Administrator
TY VIRTUE of sundry writs of Vendi
jt iioui exponas issued out of the Court
ot Common Pleas of Elk county, there will
oe exposed to 1'UULIC SALE ut the Court
House in Ridirwuv on MOVnw H.o ir..i.
ajr ui .luvenioer, iou5, tne lollowiu" des
cribed Real Estate, to wit :
ja tne riL'iit. i n. ,i ,.!;,,, ,,i
demund of the defendant of, in and to the
following described tracts, pieces or parcels
jbi.au inat certain tract or piece of
muu nullum m rox towuslnp, in 101k comi
ty and State of Pennsylvania. Reirimiiuir
at a post on the turnpike, thence extending
along Aumaml'B land south tu.
ana iniriy-iuree perches to a post, thence
west one hundred and ninctv-ciL'ht cerches
to a chestnut ttumn. theneo
lund north thirty-nine df?refs. ps, tUra
luencB uiong me samo south filly-eight aud
a half degrees, east nine perches to the
placo of beorinuiuir. and rniu.iimnn,
. i , t
"ui"'t11 uiiueu acres, more or leas.
an mat certain tract or piece of
iuiiu Buuute in l ox lownsUin. Elk nniintv.
Pennsylvania, Resinning ut a pobt on the
Hogback road, extendinir east liniv.iin.
and tlii oe-'jiiiii ier perches more or less to a
post, thence south forty. eight nnd a quarter
pcrohes more or loss to a post on the north
side of the Toby road, thence east four aud
a quarter perches to a post on tho south
siueortiie loby road, thence south four
unu turoc quarter perches more or less to a
post, thence east one hundred and seven
ana a hilt pcrclie more or less to a post.
euce north City and three Quarter imp
dies more or less to a beech, thence west
thirty-eight aud three quarter perches more
or less to a hcnlock on tho Toby road,
thence north sixty.two and a half degrees,
west seventy-three and a quarter perches
more or less to a post ou the Hogback roud,
thence south fiftv-thrco d,
teen and three quurttr perches more or loss
to a post, thence south sixty-three degrees
west leu and a half perches more or less to
the post and place of beginning, containing
Pi, . r 8 or luB3' Lut reserving
thereout certain mininir i!,ri,i l ..."
granted to the Daguac.h" nd Improvement
Comgany lu about ten acres of said land
Reginu.ug ut the lust mentioned post!
thence exietding east sixlv.ono in.l- .fn.i '
quurter more or Us to a posf, thence north
ta'y-two imJ half device, tliirtv-
LlST.Oi' .IL'UUKS d
veuiber Term, 1SG3 :
si( ami a halt perches more or less to
post on the Hogback road, thence Rout
fifty-three jlegrecs, west nineteen and threo
quart er pel dies more or loss to a post
I hence south sixty-three degrees, west ten
nnd a half perches more or loss to the post
anu piace oi ocj'inniiig. un which is crcot
ed one frame dwelling-house eighteen by
iweniy-Fis icei .'inn two Blnries High. Al
one frame building for a shingle machine
about sixteen by sixteen feet.
lid. All that certain tract or piece ofland
siiimie in rox lownsnip, Jim county, I'cnn
sylvan m, beginning ut u biroh in tho mill
pond, thcuco extending east one hundred
nga sixty-seven perches more or less to
post in the line cf lands of James W. Rog.
eis, tlieiu? south along lands of said Jus,
V. lingers ninety. six ierchos more orles:
to a post thence west along binds of Joseph
o. iiyuu oncmumreu anu sixty-seven per
cues more or less to a poit, and thence
north ninety. six perches more or less to the
place of beginning, containing one hundred
acres more or les, on whickjs erected one
frame dwelling-house ono and ahalf stories
nign, about eighteen by twenty-six feet
with wing attached. Also one frame horse
barn about eighteen by twenty feot. Also,
one frame grain nnd hay barn about forty
by sixty feet. Also, an orchard containing
uuoui one nunurcu apple tres, and from
sixty to seventy acres improved.
4th. And also all tho coal, iron and lime
stone in or under all that certain tract or
piece of land situate in Fox township, Elk
county, Pennsylvania, Reginuiug at a post
thence extending etghty-nine degrees east
uniciy-iwo pcrcues to a post, thence north
eighty-one perches to a post, thence north
ciguty-nmc degrees west one hundred and
live perches to a post, thenco south forty
degrees east 'twenty-eight perches, thence
soum nine and a quarter degrees cist elev
en perches, and thence south five and three
quarter degrees west forty-eight perches to
the place of beginning, being a pin t of tract
-xo. WiB nnd 40VJ, nnd containing fifty
acres more or less, and tho right to enter
into and upon t aid land to mtno nnd car
away such coal, iron oro and limestone,
and to cut and use snch hemlock timber
8tandmg on suid laud us nay be necessary
for props. On which i9 erected one engine
house with engine, boiler, pumps, railroad
nnd all the machinery necessary for mining
coal, &o, The said engine house being a
one story irume inuluing about thirty-nte
feet high, the mala building being about
forty by fifty feet, with a wing or lintel on
the east side of the samo ubout twelve foet
by twenty feet.
6th. All that ccrtainlot orpieceof ground
situate ou tho northwesterly sido of the
Milcsbufg and Smethport turnpike in the
township of Fox, county of Elk, and State
of Pennsylvania, Beginning at tho distance
of two hundred nnd sixty and a half feet
south eighty-nine degrees east, from a post
at the Kersey Mill read and at the coiner
of the lot numbered 3, in the plan of the
town of Earley, thence extending in front
or oreadtn on said .Ylilcsburg and Smeth
port turnpike south eighty-nine decrees
east one hundred and fifty feet to the oor-
m Ic-hgru of depth northward at rieht an
gies to said Alilesburg and Smethport
inu uuuureu jeer, on watch is er
ected one frame dwelling house two stories
nigh, and about eighteen hv inm. -.
(ith. Also all that certain lot or piece of
o-." .....Mi iiir nonnwnrii sulo nfil,
Wilesburg and Smethport turnpike in the
inun ,.r v.. v. i ,
wnu iri x.uiij', IOI lUWUSllip, JC1K COlintV,
Pennsylvania, Bettinnincr at Kddv Hvnii'.
line, thence extending in front or breadth
on saia wilesburg and Smethport turnpike
uunu ciguiyiuiue uegrces, West one hun
ureu and nlty lcet to a twenty-five foot
wide stroet tho western boundary of this
lot and in length or depth northwardly at
ngut angles to said Milesburo- and Knieih
port turnpike six hundred and forty feet
ouiiu luriucr uisiaucc, li any, as may
be required to cross on the easternmost
line oi tine lot the tramway now construct
eu by tne said Toby Creek and l'l,;iu,iui.
phia Coal aud Oil Company connecting their
mines with tho Haguscahonda Rail Road.
un which is erected one frame dwelling
house sixteen by twenty feet, one and a
half stories high, small tenant Imnao .m.l
wuiiiu uouu ior siurillg powuer.
!,.. i .-..:..! .
in. All tuat certain niece. mrol r.r
ioi oi tana situate and being in the town of
Karley, in the township of Pox, county of
i-ik, ana oiate ot I'ennsylvania, bounded
and described as follows, to wit : Regiuninc
ut a 1'uoi, iuu Ulica Ul 1110 BOlltnnst pnrnsr
ot lot number thirteen, and sold to John
Jtcrshey, nnd in the north line of the Mil,.-
burg and Smethport turnpike, thence along
said turnpike bouth eighty degrees, cast
Ecventy-five feet more or less to a post at
coiner of lot number fifteen, on which the
engine nouse stands and the shaft is being
jiui. uuwu, inciicu norm one degree, east
two Hundred leet to a post, thence north
8'J degrees, west seventy-five feet mnr nr
less to a post ut coiner of lot number thir
teen, thenco bouth ono degree, west two
hundred feet more or leso to tho pluce of
iBinmui:, uuiiiuiiiiiig iiiiriy-nve one hun
t'redths of an acre of land more or less, be
ing lot number fourteen 14, on the plan
of lots in the town of Earley, made by C.
R. Earley, excepting nevertheless, from and
out of the operutiou of this conveyance all
the coul, iron ore, limestone und other min
erals in or under the lands ubove described
as fully as the same is conveyed to E. K.
Urttdi, and others, by deed dated Auyusi
tho 18th, 18uo, and recorded in deed book
L of Llk county, pago thirty-nine, &c.
on which is erected ene frame horse burn
about twelve by twenty feet.
Ihe whole ol the above seized and taken
m execution and to be sold as the property
of "The Toby Creek nnd Philudulnl
and Oil Company of Philadelphia."
ALSO All that certain tract or parcel
of land situnto in the towushin of t'n.
county cf Elk, and State ot Pennsylvania
bounded and described ni follows, to wit jl
Ileing four contiguous and uJinininr id
iots ncmOeiod seven (7), eight (8), i0 (U)
anu thirty-three (UO), iu tiie village of Ceii
trevillt); township, totihiy aud state afore,
said, according to John Green's i.lon t
said village, which plr.n is filed iu the Re-
order s utlice, in und for th ,,,, ,i ,.t
riL- i..,..! ! . , " . ' v
"'i '"B viciiicu iiiureou one two-stoty
frauie tavern-house the main building be
ing forty-two by twenty feet, with a win.
attached also wagon und blacksmith shop
twenty-six by twenty feet also, one frame
barn and other outbuildings nln. .a.,,-
fruit trees, L'rowine on the tiretnisen. S..I.
d and taken in execution and to b
the property of Michael Gerg.
JAMLM A. S1AL0VE. Rl.'ff
SitEHiif's Ot-Licx, RnxjwAy, Pa.. 1
October 10th, lbtiS, to
BLACKSMITH'S CARPENTER'S A.Va
joiner's tools for sale " cheaper than
Jie chcaiicbt " at the St. Mm i'n llar,l,.,
EW HARDWARE STORE!
Tho subscribers have just "opened in
A now and Complete Stock of Heavy & Shelf
And will keep constantly on hand a great
COOK AND HEA TIXG TO YES
Bar Iron, Sled Anvik, BcVou-t, Nails,
Horse Shoes, S2rinjs, BuihU
hvj Hardware, Saws
and Files of Every Description I
GUNS, riSTOLS AND CARTRIDGES,
Cutlery, Plated Ware aud House
Furnishing Goods. AU
kinds of Mechan
ics' Tools 1
Of every description, which will be sold at
tho LOWEST CASH PRICES.
They havo also tho excluprve ngenoy in St
Mary's for tho
BASE.BUItNING COAL STOVES
AND PARLOR FURSACES I
Which have received Four First Class Tre'
xniums at the r.cw xork State and oth
cr Fairs ; Also, the Great Silver
Medal at the Fair of (he Am
erican Institute, held in
New York City, 18C5.
They are Perpetual Burners, only one fire
being required tobe made
during the season.
WM- iL col'ELAKD,
nov28 67 ly
PATRONIZE HOME INSTITUTIONS.
riour, rccD and qiaim.
rrHE subset ibcrs having completed their
1 icwunsi win in jtidgway are now
prepared to furnish the Decide of the snr.
ruunuing country witn
Flour of the Best Quality,
and of their own manufacture, at the lowest
lhe attention of Inmberni'-n and others
is called to our lacilities for furnishin"
FEED OF ALL KINDS.
cheaper than It can be bought any other
iii uiu vouriiy.
T"tASH Paid roil Grain-tJj.
J. S. HYDE,
J. V. HOUK.
J. K. WU1TM0RF.
evcmbc 7, 18C7tf
LOOK HERE I
WATCHES, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE.
C1HARLES HOLES, Practical Watchma-
kcr, Jeweler and Engiavcr, Ridgway,
: county, l'a. The subscriber bees
eave to announce to the citizens nf Tti.hr.
way ond vicinity thut he is nrenare.l in ,l
all work in his line on thort notice and at
reasonable rates iu the very best manner.
Shop in II. S. Relnap's Store. Special attcn-
ioii iuu io engraving,
lie has also on hand a laree assortment
of Clocks, Watches, Jewelry snd Silverware
which he oilers for sale on reasonable terms.
Give him a call. iiovT'bTif
GUNS, PISTOLS, RIFLES, KNIVES,
rocket and table cutlery, of thn bit
quality and most approved patterns, very
cheap at the Hardware Store ou Biberger'9
old corner in St. Mary's.
WARRANTED to remove all desire for
T I Tobocco. This ureut n.n,..,lv ia
excellent appetizer. It purifies the blood,
invigorates the system, possesses great
liouriBhinjr and stronirtliciiiiiff
ble9 the stomach to digest thn lipartioot
food, makes sleep refreshing, and establish
es robust health. Smokers und Chewcrs
for Sixty Years Cured. . Price.Fifty Cents.
cost free. A treatise on the iniuriotis ef
fects of Tobacco, with lisU of references,
estimoniuls, Sic, sent free. Agents want-
Address Dr. T. R. ABBOT.
City, New Jersey. Aug. loth li'w
J. S. BORDWELL. M.-D.
v'I'Mie word ecloc
I select mtdicini
schools of meJicii
cuiuuiiu ueuns io cnoesc or
lcines from all the different
cine : usinir remedies that
are safe, and discarding from practice all
...lu.iuica uav nave an nnpurious effect on
ine sysieui, such as mercury, untimouy,
lead, copper, &o. '
i luy aside the Line a D, nl.t l.l.,.i
circulation and restore the system to its
k 1 1 i u Unios. i
shall hereafter give particular attention to
chronio diseases, such as Rheumatism,
Dyspepsia, Liver complaint, Catarrh, Neu.
rulgia, diseases of the throat, urinary or
gaus, and all diseases peculiar to females,
CATARRH I treat with a new instrument
n-L-L., vcnuon" nii;n cure eery vase,
It LI U extracted without pain.
Office and rcsi.l
Centre St. OJhee hours from 7 to 8 a. m :
12 to 1 p. m; 6 to 7 p. m.
Dec. a.rt-.r. u. j. s. toRDwrLL.
6. 3JJ. gilrbice'g Gollll)I)'
roit mEsiDENT or
im umim states
SOME EMINENT MAN
SHOULD BE SELECTED.
FOB THE l'LACE TO DUY
I J N W a RE
HOUSE. ITKMSIIIXG GOODS,
GO TO 1UDGWAY,
A3LL ON S Eli VICE,
MAKE KNOWN YOUR W ANTS,
And you will be fcupplieil, nnd well
6atisod with the'call.
Of all h Lie Kinds, always on Land.
Of tho Latest and Most Approved
Stylo and Workmanship on hand, ond
Made to Order, (a Spcchliiy mado of
this Branch.) All Goods warranted.
Dealers eupplicd at tho Very Lowest
Prices. Trice List furnished on
SOME BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS I
And all and every novelty in tho Japan
ned Tiawaro Lino I
Toys, French Tinued Ware
English Hammered Ware,
Scotch and Yaukco Bowls,
bad Irons, . Coal Hods.
Ana rancy. iron Hollow Ware ly the
Sett or Single Piece !
Hods, Baskets, Flics, Hooks, &c, &c
JoLbing io all its branches.
I have the agency for the Celebrated
Oriental Base Burning Furnace. Tho
best in tho world portable or brick set.
If they fail to give satisfaction no pay
will be asked.
ROOFING, Flat or StandinSG roovc,
Eavo Trough. Snouting and TTnnn
J6T0rdcrs Ty mail promptly attend
ed to, aud work guaranteed.
I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD !
If your are going to luild a House,
Store, Church ot Barn, call beforo you
Oder your Tin, Copper or Shpe Iron
Oot. Slst l?07.j. J
JfjjtV, Gi'ills & Co'?., Coliih!.
EW FIRM AND NE W GOODS
AT TIIE STORE C7
HYDE, GILLIS & CO.
CANDIES, NUTS, &c.
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST.
IN ELK COUNTY.
CALL AND SEE
AND BE CONVINCED
THAT AVE SELL CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHER STORE
IN THIS SECTION.
WE ARE CONSTANTLY
ADDING TO OUR STOCK
COME ANt J5EK US.
Hoods, Nubias, and all Kinds of Woolen
Goods at the cheap store of
WC7 HYDE, GILLIS &C0.
Do you want to purchase a silver watch
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"VTewcst Styles of Balmoral Skirts at tho
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Ladie,' Dress Goods-latest anj raos
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Caps and furs.
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T Tens' woolen and cassimer Shirts
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