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J. C.TUTHER, Editor- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1870. In last week'i issue we gave notice to out readers of our assumption of tbe 'chair editorial" and in order to make the paper first class in every respcot, it requires the aid of tbe patrons of the paper to assist us in giving any local items of interest occurring in their neighborhood. There will also be a space devoted to correspondents on tbe improvements taking place in the county, also in regard to its lumbering interests, and any developemement of its mining or mineral resources. It will bo our aim to advance the interests of the coun ty in every way possible through the press. All matters will receive due at tention and a welcome space in our col umns as we wish to make tbe Advo cate) not only an organ of our political j faith, but also a fireside companion (or all classes tbrouhout the county and would desire every readers co-opperation to make it so. How the Lumber Goes. An ex change says: "The present consumption of wood in the United States is enor mous. One hundred and fifty thousand acres of the best timber is cut every year to supply the demand for railway sleepers alone. For railroad bridges, repairs and cars the annual expendi tures in wood is thirty eight millions of dollars. In a Biogle year the loeomotives in the United States consume fifty-six millions of dollars' worth of wood. There are, in tbe whole country, more than four hundred thousand artisans in wood; and if the value of the labor is one thousand dollars a year each, the wood industry of the country rtpresents an amount of nearly five hundred mil lions of dollars per annum. It will be seen, therefore, how expen sive are the interests dependent upon the production of lumber. Pr bably laws will have eventually to be enacted by the State legislature to prevent such destruction of the forests as will be likely to result in natural injury to the country, and may be necessary to encourage the planting of forests to meet the demands of the future. m m. Too Hany Poys. From Chicagp Republican. A gentleman who was taking a glass of wine ac Louis', corner of Freeman and Hopkins street in Cincinnati, about three weeks ago, observed at another table, sitting with several others, a Ger man who seemed unetsy and tnxious as if there mi;:lit be a Franco-Teutonic disagreement between his beer and himself. Presently in ran a little girl, her face radiant with smiles, who exclaimed, '-0, we've got a little poy at home." ''Das is goot," said the Dutch man as the anxiety disappeared lor his countenance; ''fill up der glasses." Not many minutes elapsed before in rushed the little giri again, with the announce ment, ' 0, we've got two little poys at home." The Duchman looked a good deal astonished and not altogether gratified at this little family redundancy ( bnt rising at length to the magnitude of tho occasion, he remarked, "Well, den, das is goot; fill up der glasses." In a few minutes, again appeared tbe radi- ant metsentFer with the astoucdinc proclamation, "0, we've got three little poys at home." This was too much for even Teutonic impassibility. There was no further call for gla ss. "Well, den," ebys he, "I goes up dere, and py Lot, shtops der whole tarn pisness. The Science of Advertising. Tbe New York Journal oj Commerce, in speaking of ono of the oldest and most successful banking institutions in the city as attributing its continued prosperity to this cause, says: "Any one would suppose that such a bank, so long established and so widely known, might sell its bills and drafts, and obtain collections enough to satisfy any reasonable ambition without a dollar .of outlay for advertising. And so it night bo said of Messrs. Brown Bros. & Co., Duncan, Sherman & Co., and other leading bankers, whose advertise ments appear all tbe year in our columns. M essrs. A. T. Stewart & Co.. who are more extensively known t'aaa any other bouse on this continent, pay us more money for advertising their business than' any of their world-be livals. If a bouse is not well kcown it should become so by liberal advertising; and the better it becomes known and tbe larger its business, and the more independent it would seem to be, tbe bettor still does it pay to advertise it Advertising is not only a means of sua- i cess, bnt it is at once the evidence of it, and a euaranteeof its continuance. Jttnj noble bouses date tbe decaeenae - of their trade from the suspension of f fvlvortising.", THE SrCElL Fearful Uecori of Eisastors, The Wreck on both Shores of the Lakes. Cleveland, October 31. Prepara tions were made early this morning to put a steam pump on board the pro peller Neptune, sunk near the iron railroad bridize. Messrs. I'innington A Warner, at noon bad succeeded iu get ting their lurge pump in a fair way for opperation. It is thought she will be easily punped out when she wilt go on the dry dock for repairs. Her damages are not supposed to be very great. Tbe Neptune is owned in Detroit and is insured. She bus been engaged in the lumber trade, towing barges, two of which she had in tow when the storm struck her off Black River. She was obliged to let them go, but it is thought they came to Anchor, oud rode out the gale without accident. Two vessels were at anchor in the offing, but it is not exactly known what they were. Some think one to bo the schooner Nesaunce and the other the scow Fraokio Wilcox, while others thiuk they are schooner Ataunto and scow Moses Cage. They seem to be riding easily. The schooner A. Medbury, loaded wJih block stone, left this port Sunday evening, and some fears were entertained for her safety; but Messrs. I'innington & Warner received a dispatch this morninz that she was lyinz under the peninsula near Erie all right. Last niaht the Water Works Crib sunk to such a degree that only a por tion of the temporary house, erected for the light keeper, was visible. There was a man kuown to be stationed ou the crib to keep the light in order, and there were great fears that he had been washod off during the night. This morning preparations were made to send a tug to take him off if he was still on the crib, and Captain Aaron Gocd- win, with the tug W. D. Cushing, volunteered to go to his rescue, though the lake was boiling, and the expedition was a hazardous one. The tug returned about twelve o'clock, having been suc cessful iu rescuing the light-keeper. The tug II. N. Martin went out Monday forenoon and towed in the scow Traokie Wilcox, fche rode out the gale handsomely. Kinuto.v, O.nt., October 31. During the severe gule last night the Schooner William John, with 4,000 bushels of wheat from Cebour" to Edwardsburg, went ashore. The vessel und cargo will be a total loss; u ninsured. The tug Sarah broke from her moorings and went ashore near point Frederick. Buffalo, October 31. Terrific gales have prevailed here since last night, from the south and east. The water of the lake is higher than at any time this season. The tug Harrison foundered at two o'clock this morning, off Sturgeon Point. The crew were saved by the tug Com pound. Captain Davenport, of the Harrison, was taken from the water after his tug boat sunk. A schooner supposed to be the William Kelley is ashore off Windmill Point, and the crew can be seen hang ing to tho rigging' Life boats have gone to the rescue. The schooner Jame Piatt, which left here yesterday for Chicago, has returned in distress, with all her sails split. It is feared great damage has been done to shipping on the lake. Buffalo, October 31, The watsr in the creeks, canal and harbor has raised to high water mark, and at Black Rock the river is over eighteen inches higher than during tho heavy blow about two weeks ago. Tbe tugs J. C. HarrLon and Cou pound started from the creek yesterday afternoon between one and two o'clock for the purpose of trying to work off the schooner Wells which is ashu-a nt Sturgeon Point. A line w&3 made fast to the schooner and the tagging coc menced, and with seme success, when the line parted and it became isecescary to make fast with another. The 3& was high at thu time ad both tugs Bhirped much water. The Harrison was laboricg iu the sea and became somewhat unmanageable, a portion of tbe cable becoming fastened in the wheel.! Fearing that she would be swamped, tbe craw left the tug, being taken on board of the Compound, but Captain Busenbury remained in the Pilot kouse endeavoring to save the craft. -Finally it became evident that the Harrison would soon sink and tbe Compound, drew near her companion, and just in time to take Captain Du- senbury on board before his tug went down. The schooner Wells, which had been dragged a short distance from her former position drifted back a stretch ot over one hundred Icet. The com pound arrived in this port to-day in safety. The scow William Kelly, bound down, ran ashore on tho Caondian side early this morning, between Windmill Point and old Fort Eric. It is thought on the wharf that men are in tho rig- ging. fcflorts will be made to reach the vessel as soon as possible. The schooner James Piatt, which left this port a day ur two ago for Chicago, returned this morning in a dismantled condition, her sails being split and otherwise damaged. The "Flats," in tho southerly portion of the city, are pretty extensively sub merged. Port Colborne, Ont., October 31. The crew of the Rankin was rescued this afternoon by Captain Noble, of tho schooner Ilippogriff. A woman, named Cook, was the only person lust off the Rankin. She was washed overboard last night. The lifeboat sent by Captain Dorr Ironi Buffalo arrived after the rescue. The Rankin is a total loss. The names of three men lost out ot the propellet Young Americus are E. D. Simpson, Alexander McGregor and John Mills. The barque Superior arrived this afternoon having lost some of her spars and sails. She reports that the schooner W. G. Keith is ashore at Long Point. Bark Fanny Campbell has arrived with several of her sails lost. It has been blowing a gale here from the southwest since last night. New York, October 31. The gale last night and to-day occasioned no material damage to property but several lines were lost in the bay to-day by the swamping of boats. Boston, October 31. Snow fell in various parts of New Hampshire and Maine last night. POLITICAL. William S. Ladd, of Lancaster, N' II., the newly elected Supremo Court Judge of New Hampshire, is only 39 years old. In Iowa, the Republican majority was 12,487 in 1860, and this yearjs 41,234. The Democracy are beginning to givo up all hopes of "reaction" in their favor in Iowa. Such information has been received by the law officers of the government as to lead them to believe that there will be two vacan cies to be filled this winter on the Supreme bench ono of the Chief Justice and the other Justice Nelson. 1 lie itevenue JSureau now saves 81,200 per day by a reduction of 284 in the number of Assistant Assessors, Over three hundred more are to be dismissed, making an aggregate saving of nearly 8900,000 per annum. The Nation savs Mr. Fish will leave the Cabinet iu December, and that when be goes not one of President Grant's original designations will rcmsin in that body. Let the Nation tell us if Mr. Fish was an "original designation," and it .ur. (jreswell was not, betore we go any further in the discussion. The Lawrence Journal has this warn ing for legislators: "The Treasury ring managers from this part of the State are on at Philadelphia and Ilarrisburg setting things up. We would warn Republican Senators and members elect that the eyes of the people will be upon them, and that if the old trick sueoeeds this winter, of buying a nomination, and then securing the election by applying th3 party lash to the backs ot Republi cans, tho supporter of such a measure will have a fearful account to settle with his constituents." Across the Continent. A Ery Travels frexe ClovtLnt to Ban Tim- d'xi on Two EcllfiJ. The Oaa Francisco Momirj Call tells tbo following tale of a boy's adventures: To take a trip across the continent in tbo cars of the Central and Union Pa- ciSs Hailwvjr Companies is considered hv ir.r.i.-r an e-ner.s-va r.ndfirtalnnw. tint J , 77;att Tftniara Ballard, of the "Young America" ;tatap of boy, only fourteen yacra cf tgc, hss shown that ho could maLs the trip with only two dollar in L!j pocket at the time of leaving home. Wyati is tn orphaa, who resided with rslative in Cleveland, Ohio, until a few months ago, when be was taken with desire to see i.h8 world, and California in particular, having read and heard a great dod ot tbe beauties of tbe Qolden Stale. From Cleveland he made his way to Chicago. When he reached that city he had two dollars, which he had laid np when at home. This amount he intended to ?uard ai carctully us he knew how. He wandered to the depot of the Chicago and Lake Shore Railway, and as the westward bound train was starting off he jumped on boaid. When the conductor came around the boy told him that ho had no money but wanted to go to Omaha to meet his parents there. who: had started sometime before, and left bim to the care of a maiden aunt who had ill treated and caused him to run away. Tne key told his story with such ap- parent truthfulness, that the conductor believed him, and allowed him to remain on the train. Several of the passengers to whoa be told the same story, took pity on him and gave him small sums of money and food. After reaching the ferry, he managed to "dead head" his way on the Central Pacifio to this city, whero he arrived a couple of months since Upon hi? arrival here he still had the two dollars with which he started. With this, his cash capital, he engaged in business, selling news papers, and continued at this until last Monday, when ho became tired of busi ness to use his own language "at which he could not make his salt, too many being in the trade already." He went to Officer Hall and asked to be sent to the Industrial School, because he wished to learn to read, write and jearn a trade. The matter was brought by the officer to the notice of the proper authorities and the boy being found to be a proper subject, he was committed. NEW LIVERY STABLE IN " aaa v 99 ti I) DAN SCR1BNER WISHES TO IN- forra the Cittzens of llidgway, and the public generally, that he has starteda Liv ery Stable nnd willjkcep GOOD STOCK, GOOD CARRIAGES and Buggies, to let upon the most reasona ble terms. BgX-He will also do job leaning. Stable in the Brooks Barn, near the PostOffioe, on Mil' street. All orders left at the Post OlTioe will meet promptatten tion. Aug 20 1870. tf. gOMETHIXa NEW IN RIDGWAY ! BOOT& SHOE ESTABLISHMENT! The subscriber takes thia mzlhod of in forming t lie citizens of Ridgway and viciuity that he has opened a BOOT & SHOE STORE, in the room lately occupied by Henry S. Thayer in the west end of the Hyde House, where may be found a general assortment of Ladies Shoes, i Gentietnens Boots and Shoes, Boys' Boots and Children's Shoes. ALSO, Conneoted with the above establishment I have a Boot and Shoe Manufacturing Es tablishment where work will be made to order. Repairing done on short notice and on reasonable terms The lmhlio are invited to give me a call. oc23,'69y GEORGE WALKER. This is N'O I'ATEKT MEDICINE HUM BUG, gotten up to dupe the ignorant and credulous, nor is it represented as being composed or rare ana precious substances brought from the four corners of the earth. I e&i riHfl apn lima. ui.Aa. id. n...t Desert of Saharrah on the bocks of fourteen eamcls, and brought across the Atlantio Ocean on two Ships." It Is nrnplt mild toothing Remedy, a perfect SpeeiHe for Catarrh ana "lioid in tbe head," also for offensive Ureata, Loss or impairment of the Sense of Sme)l, Taste or Hearing, Watering or neon jyej, rain or rressore in the Head, when caused, a they all not unfrequently are, by the violence of Catarrh. 1 offer in rood ruth, a stand ine Reward of $500 for case ef Catarrh that I cannot cure. I ,,. FOR SALE BT MOST; DB UGGIST3 EVEHf WHERE Pbici SOCikt. Sent by mail post paid, on receipt of oiri imii. t our paeiag es for tiw or 1 Dosen for $500 8end a twe cent stamp for Dr. Sage's pimpim vu vaiarra. Andrei the Pro prietor. T. P;ci, m. p, BorrAio, N. T. . : TO thk NERVOUS & DEBILITATED, WHOSE SUFFERING HAVE BEEN PRO TRACTED FROM HIDDEN CAUSES, AND WHOSE CASES REQUIRE rilOJIPT TltEjiTJIIEA'T TO RENDER EXISTENCE DESIRADLE. If you are suffering or have suf fered, Irnm involuntary discharges, what effect does it produce upuu your general health ? Do you feel weak, de bilitated, easily tired ? Dues a little extra exertion produce palpation of the heart? Docs your liver, or urinary organs, or your kidneys, frequently get out of ordet ? Is your urine some imes thick, milky or flucky, or is ii ropy on settling ' Or does n thick skum rise to the top ? Or is a seditneut at the bottom after it has stood awhile? Do you have spells of short brcothing or dyspepsia? Are your bowels con stipated ? Do you have spells of tainting, or rushes of bluod to tho head 1 Is your memory impaired ? Is your mind constantly uwelling on the subjec? Do you feel dull, listless, moping, tired ot company, of life ? Do you wish to bo alone, to get away from everybody? Docs any little thing make you start or jump ? Is your sleep broken or restless? Is tho lustre ot your eve as brilliant? The bloom of your check as bright t Do you enjoy yourself in so ciety as well f Do you pursue your business with the same energy r Do you feel as much confidence in yourself ? Are your spirits dull and flaaiiinji, given to fits of melancholy ? If so, do not lay it to your liver or dispejisia. Have you restless nights ? Vour back weak, and have but little appetite, and you attribute this to dyspepsia or liver-complaiut? Now, reader, self-abuse, veneral disease badly cured, and sexual excesses aro all capable of producing a weakness ot tho generative orjians. I lie organs of the generation, when in perfect health, matte the man. Did yuu ever think that those bold, defiant, energetic, persevering business-men are always those whose generative organsarc in perfect health ? You never hear such me,n complain of being melon choly, of nervousness, of pulpataticn ot the heart. Tlicy aro never afraid they cannot succeed in business ; they don't become sad and discouraged ; they arc always polite and pleasant in company of ladies, and look you und hem right in the face none of your downcast looks or any other meanness about them. I do not mean those who keep the orgrns inflated by running to excess. These will not only ruin their const i tutions, but also those they do business with or for. now maney men, from badly cured dis' eases, from the eilects of self-abue und excesses, have brought about that state of weakness in these organs that ha reduced the general system so much as to induce almost every other disease idiocy, pr alysis, spinal affect ions, suicide, and almost every other form ot disease whicli liu inanity is heir to and the real cause of the trouble scarcely ever suspected, and have doctored for all but the right one. DISEASE OF THESE ORGAN'S REQUIRE THE USE OF A DIURETIC. MILIVIBOIO'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU IS THE GBET DIURETI, AND IS A CERTAIN CURE FOR DISEASE OF THE BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, DROPSY, ORGANIC WEAK NESS, FEMALE COMLAINTS, GENERAL DEBILITY. And all other diseases of the Urioary Or irans, whether existing in Male or Female from whatever cause originating, and no mailer how long standing. If no treatment u submitted to. con sumption or insanity may ensue. Our ' and flesh blood are supported from these sources, and tbe health and happiness, ana that of Posterity, depends upon prompt use of a reliable remedy. H KM ISOLD a EXTRACT ttUCiiU, establi shed upward of 19 years, prepared by xi. 1. HELMBOLD DRUGGIST, 591 Broadway, New Yhek and 104 South 10th Street, Philadelphia Pa. ' i PRICE $1,25 per bottle, or bottles for JO, 60, delivered to any address. Solo bt all Dbcooists ivirtwhibi. NONE ARE GENUINE UNLESS DONE UP IM ST1IL INQBAVKD WBApPIB, WITH rAo-siMuia or mt CHEMICAL WARE HOUSE, A tlOMSD, H. T. HELMBOLD. BUSINESS CARDS. HENRY SOUTHER, Atlerney-at-Lan Ridgway, fa. 4fcb9'), GA. RATH BUN, . Ridgw.y Ta. Attorney-at- Lot 2 2 tf. JiALL & I3RO. Attorneys at Law ST. MARY'S, ELS COTOTY PHNSYLYANIA. J. S. Bordwell, M. D. Eclectio riijsin Office nnd residence opposite tit nil, on Centre St., Ridgwsy, Vn. Promi attention will be given to nil calls. OHio ours; 7 to 8 A. M" ; 12 to 2 1'. M. ; ant C lo 7 P. M. Mar. 22, 60-tf. DR. A. FISHER, Surgeon Dentist, o Warren, Pa., will be in St. Marys tin tne third week in each month. Office ii Dr. Russ' building, Centre street, St Mary a, and at Knlgway every court week Office at I he Hyde House. jQR C. II. FULLER, DOTAN1U PHYSICIAN, Ridowat, Pa. Residence and office opposite tho Thayei House. HYDE HOUSE, UinowAT, Elk Co., Pa W. II. SUM RAM, Proprietor Thankful for tho patronage heretofori so liberally bestowed upon him, the new proprietor, hopes, by pnying Btriot nl cntion to tho comlort and convenience oi guests, to merit a continuance of the same. Oct 80 1800. T -U1AYER HOUS, RIDGWAY, PA. DAVID THAYER, Proprietor. The undersigned having tilted up a large nnd commodious hotel the southwest corner of Centre and Mill streets, with good nnd convenient stabling attached, respect fully solicits the patronage or his old friendeand the putlio generally. dccl3l)lJ DAVID THAI ER. 17HANKLIN HOUSE, St. Mary's. 1'a. LAKul-.V & M ALONE, Fnnm's. The proprietors respectfully nsk the atten tion ot their irienus and the public in general to ihe.r large and commodious hotel, i.very attcntiou paid to the conve nience of guests. II. LAItGEi , 3iay30-18G8.y J. A. mALOXE. R EYNOLOS nousr, EEYN0LL3VILLE.JEFFESSONC0., PA, H. S. BELNAP, PnorniETOR . KERSEY HOUSE, Centbuville, Elk Co., Pa. John Collins, Proprietor. Thankful for the patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed upon him, the new pro prietor, hopes, by paying strict at tention to the com! or- ar.U convenience of guests, to merit a continuance of the samo. JJORTON HOUSE, KRIE. J?A M. V. Moore, (lute of the Jjyrfe flown) I ropt irtor. Open Day and Night CH. VOLK,' Manufacturer and Denier . in Lngir Beer, opposite the Railroad Depot, St. Mary's, Elk county Pa. ENVELOPES. LABELS & TAGS neatly printed at the Advocate Office. J." PARSONS, Jlanufanlurer and Dealer iu Boots & Shoes, Main St., opposite Hotel, nov27y AViloox, Pa. JgOARDINQ HOUSE, Near the Depot, Wilcox, Pa. The undersigned has opened a large board irghouse at the above place, where he is amply prepared to satisfy the wants of those who may avorhiin with their custom. MAHT1N SOWERS, Proprietor JACOB YOUNG & CO., Book Binders And Blank Book Manufacturers, Corry, Pa. Blank Books Made to Order. HI" XTX'ean Sauce Pans, French lined Sauce 1'atiH. Fruit cans the cheapest and best, nt W. S.SERVICE'S, Hardware Store, Pidgway, Pa. AS. HILL. Physician and Surgeon, . Kersey, Elk Co. Pa. T011N G. HALL, Attorney at law, Ridg tJ way, Elk county Pa. mar-22'6Ul JO. ISO. HALL.. ,..JA8. K. V. HALL B LANKS of all kinds for ho 5. sale at this BRICK, BRICK! THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE READY To furnish brick in quantities to suit purchas era. "Will deliver on board of cars on the Daugaschoanda Railroad at Earley. T. KING & CO. Earley July 12. 1870. 8m GOAL! GOAL!! The subscriber having ordered 600 tons bituminous and anthrioite coal is now prepared to furnish the people of Ridgway with bard oi soft coal, nut or stove sizes, lump run of mines and Blacksmithing coal, in quantities to suit purchasers. 40 tf M. T. FRENCH. July 23. 1870. JOB WORK done with Uiinatch at this Office. QIIARLES HOLES, PRACTICAL ' VATCIIMAKER, ENGRAVER 4 JEWEL :R. TTest end of Hyde House, Ridgway, Pa. Sells as Cheap as Ever, IOLD AND SILVER WATOAES, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, X VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS, Spectaoles, Pens and Pencils, Exclwdvegcntfwr the sale of vLEX. MORTON'8 GOLD PENS. tcpairing Watches, etc., dote with the same iccuracy as heretofore. nov20,'6!ltf GOLD! GCLDI GOLD:: IAUNESS ! HARNES3! HARNESS! JOLLARS ! COLLAR3 ! COLLARS! It POWELL, have removed their larnexs Shop over 1'owell & Kimo's Store md have on hand the largest asortmsnt of iiarnoss for lumbering and pleasuro pur poses, in this or adjoining counties, and id other articles belonging lo the trade. TRUNKS, SADDLES, VALISES, WHIPS, BLANKETS, COL LARS ic. Would invite the attention of all owners horses to my new PATENT ELASTIC CORK HORSE COLLAR, which proves to be tho best Collar in existence for tbeso reasons: Bein very Elastic they do not chafe or gall and the cork being a noo-cotiductor, they prevent injury from heat. Cull und see them. All work warranted Rcparing, Tiiming and UpholstoriDg dono wilhe Dcatticss and dispatch. II HARD & POWELL. n2i) tf Hates oi" Advertising. AJm'rnnd Kx'rs notices, eac, C times, $300 Auditor's notices, each 3 OO Coutious and est rays each, 8 times 8 00 Transient Advertising per suare of 8 linen or less it times, or less 2 X For each subsequent Insertion. 50 Official advertising for each square of 8 Jiner or less 3 limes or less. ..2 00 For each subsequent insertion "ill Professional cards, 6 liner, 1 yr 0 00 Local notices, per line, one time 1" Obituary notices, over 0 lines 10 Yearly Advertising, one-haf colunin..f0 00 Yearly Advertising, one column 100 OO Blanks, single quire 2 60 Blanks, three quire 2 00 BlankB, 0 quires, per quire 1 Blanks, over 0 quires por quire 1 M For bank notes subpoenas, suaimons, ex ecutions, warrants, constable pales, road at.d school orders, eaeh per doi2.r Handbills, eight sheet 25 or less 1 50 " fourth sheet 2!) or less......2 60 " half sheet 26 or less...... 4 60 " whole sheet 25 or less...... 8 00 Over 25 of each of above at proportionate rates. tOUNIY OFFICERS. President Judge L. D. Wetmore. Additional Law Judge Hon. Jho. P. Vincent. Associate Judges E. C. Schultie. Jesse Kylcr. District Attorney J. K. P, Hail. SlierilT Jacob McCauloy. Pioihonotury Jc , Fred. Schwning. Treasurer Claudius V. Gills, Co. Superintendent Rufus Luoore. Commissioners H. Warner. Jot. W. Taylor, Louis Vollmer. Auditors Clark Wilcox, Ueoree D- Messeuger, nnd Joseph Wilhelm. County Purveyor (Jeo i ilmsley. Jury Commissioners. Georire 1 uk- inson, nnd Horaoe Little. TIME OF HOLDIAG COURT, becond Monday in January. Last Monday iu April First Monday in August. First Monday in November. RAILROADS- PHUAD LFEIA & EBIE BAILBOi. SUMMER TIME TABLE. ON and after MON DAY, MAY 30th, 1870, the trains on the Philadelphia & Erie Railroad will run us follows: WESTWARD. Mail Train leaves I'hilaelpdhia.lO.'O p. m. K:dgway... 1.57 p. ui. ' " arrive at trie 7.40 n. m. Erie Exp leaves Philadelphia. -10.50 a. ni. l'.ilgway-... 2.00 a. ui. " arrive at line...... ..a. 7.25 a. m. KASTWAEU. Mail Train leaves Erie 8'50 a. m. " Ridgway 2.48 p. in. ' " arrive at 1'hiUd'a... B.20 . in. Erie Express leaves Ene 8.00 p. ni. " f idgway... 2,20 a. in. " " ar-at Philadelphia- 5.80 p. m. Express, Mail and Accommodation, east and west, connect at Corry and all west uounu uains ana Mail accommodation east at Irvimon with the Oil Creek and Alle gheny River Rail Road. WM. A. BALDWIN. Gen'l Sup't. The most Complete lluslneaa College In t lie Lulled states. Affording facilities for acquireing thorough practical business education, possessed by no other School in the country Sinoe its incorporation in 1855, nearly Sixteen Thousand Students, representatives from every State In the Union, have attotdjd here. No vacations. Students enter at any time, and reoeive private instruction throughout the entire course. N. B. Circulars wth full particulars and. all necessary information, on addressing SMITH & COWLEY, Principals, PiTTsarauu, ?a.