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Henry A. Parsons, Jr., - - Editor.
THURSDAY. iULY 27, 1871. i iij" jt XirTCLICAlT STATE HOIST. , Auditor General: DAVID STANTON, of Beaver Co. Surveyor General: UOBERT B. BEAT II, of Fchuylkill. ", TDE Pittsburg Gazette says: Alle gheny county promises wcjl lor Rcpub- . licanism next lull. Tiio ranks were nevermore thoroughly united. Noth ing exists to mar tho harmony of the party, and an old-fashioned majority o! ten thousand may be eafcly counted upon. If our Republican friends in other sections do their share of the work and hold thoir own, we can safely count on the State being all right for at least twenty thousand majority. ALEEE33 Cf tho Republican State Committee of Pennsylvania. Tho Republican party, in appealing onco more to the pcoplo of this State for their support, points with just pride to its record, and it fcarltssly claims the renewed conGdcnce of tho people i n,.cn it. 1ms he.cn laithful to i:s trust, .and is committed to tho only lino of polioy that can secure conunueu j.rua .if tn tlm State end Natiou. Trio Republicans ot this State first carried both branches of the legislature ;.. 1 sr.o nml first elected a Governor in 1SG0. Since then it has held control of the legislative and executive branches of tho government until last winter, when tho Democrats obtained control, tnmnnrnrilv. of the Senate. In 1861, when Gov. Curtain came jntooffice.the State Debt, iu rounl num bers, was 840,000.000. Shortly after wards tho Southern Rebellion broke out, and the State was compelled to borrow S3,500,000, to arm the troops and protect our borders, thus adding that much to the State Debt. In the ten years that havo sinco passed away, this war loan of 83,500, J00 has beco paid off; tho State Debt has been reduced from 8-10,000,000 to a little over 529,000,000; tho three mill tax which was levied for State purposes on real estate prior to 18G1 has been repealed; the tax on professions and occupations has been taken off; the .annual contributions of tho State to the V,,Klin Schools has been greatly en- schools has oecu Rebellion, and in carrying out the great measuics which have necessarily flowed from it, the Democratic party has continuously been in the opposition. It opposed tun adoption of stringent measures to put down tho Rebellion; tho levying of troops to suppress it; tho boi rowing of money to pay tho cost of tho war; the Emancipation Proclamation of President Lincoln; tho adoption of all tho amendments to the Constitution; the reconstruction measures by which tho revolted Mates were brought back iuto tho Union; and, generally, every measure necessary to tho successlul prosecution ot tho war, or to tho successful restoration of peace. At prcscut, too, it is opposed to the means necessary lor raising revenue to pay tho interest on the publio debt, and secure its steady reduction; is in favor of a serai-repudiutiou of that debt by paying it in depreciated currency, if paid at all; is watching for an opportu nity to annul tho new amendments to the Constitution; and is generally com mitted to any line of policy which will remit the country to its condition prior to 1800. It may be urged, here, that the Democratic tarty of this State, in the ninth resolution of tho platform adopted by its lata State Convention, has acqui esced in the adoption of the amend ments ot the Constitution we have re ferred to, and cannot now be charged with hostility to them. We answer that tho acquiescence expressed in that resolution, has not, itself, been acquies ced in by the rank and ale ot the party. Over ono-third of tho Convention voted strenuously against it, and tho action o( tho Convention has since been repudi ated by many leading men and journals of the party. Besides, whatever acqui escence has been given, has betn sullen ly and not heartily as a matter ol policy, springing from party necessity, and not from a conviction of its pro. priety. 'Wherever a vote has been honestly given, or voice sincerely raised for this "new departure." it may very properly bo regarded as an extorted confession that the Republican party has all along been right in what the Democratic paity has steadily opposed; and this confessed, what need is there, or can there bo, lor the iurther exis tence of the Democratic party: When Gen. Grant came into office, in 18G0, he announced h:3 determina tion to Fecure the honest and faithful collection of tho revenue, tho steady reduction of tho public debt, and such an abatement in taxation as was con sistent with this policy, in the space of littlo over iwo years this determi nation, faithfully adhered to, has re suited in raying off S230.000,000 of the public debt, and in the abolition of nearly all tho taxes imposed under pre vious laws. In addition to this ho has, by his wise and firm foreign policy, succeeded in settling all our outstanding difficul ties with Great Britain, in a manner alike honorable and advantageous to us as a people, ine treaty, lately rauneu nations, which removes all bio together, inform tho authorities of their purposo to parndo tho streets on a certain day. Another body of men, who always vote tho Democratic ticket, and numbering many more thousands, notify the authorities that this paiade must not be permitted, and that if it is, they will attack it and disperse it, no matter at what cbst of lite or limb to the party attacked. Tho Democratic rulers of New Yoik at once decline to defend the few against the many in the cxerciso of thoir Constitutional right; deny that there it any such right; yield to the defiance ot the mob, because it has might on its side, and, at the de mand of that mob, forbid the peaceable and law-abiding citizens to assemble together, as the Constitution permits, or to excrciso tho rights which tho law allows. It is true that at the last hour, when tho puhlio indignation has been aroused at this base abandonment of the civil rights of tho people, tho State authori ties stepped in and permitted what the city authorities had previously forbid den; but the mob had already triumph ed too far to yield peacefully to this sudden change, and the slaughter which followed is attributable solely to the official cowardice which first yielded to a mob it was afterwards unable to con trol. It is plain, moreover, that the first act, of prohibiting the parade, was the legitimate outgrowth of the principles controlling the Deuiocratio party, that men havo no inherent rights and that Minrrr alone gives RiariT. It brought nto view the ferocious claws which, though afterwards withdrawn, the fur red loot could not wholly conceal. It was a clear indication of what we may expect throujrhout the country snould tho Democratic party ever return to power. Jt our civil and religious rights are to bo preserved in this couulry against the attacks ot turbulent mobs and the demands of a wild fanaticism they can be preset ved only by the party based mmovably on a deep regard tor Hu man Rights and Constitutional guaran tees: and in the light of these facts wo appeal to tho people of Pennsylvania to rally to the support ot their imperilled Constitutional franchises, and by tho de feat of the Democratic paity, which has proveu itself alike unwilling and un able to uphold them, teach it that the pcoplo will bear no yielding to mob vio- enco nor tampering with their const)- tutional rights, and will never permit tho surrender of tho citadel they have erected at a blood cost sacred; now and lorever, to Civil and Religious Lib EB.TY. RUSSELL ERRETT, Ch'man. Ezra Lukens, 1 D. F. Houston, Secretaries. P. M. Lytle, ) POWELL & KIME. SHERIFF'S SALES. Powell & Kime BY virtus of a writ, of Levari .Facing, If pupfl out of the Couit of Common Pleas of Elk county, and to me directed, I will exposo to sale by publio vendue or outcry, nt tho Court House, In Ridgway on MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 187L, at cno o'clock p. m., all that certain tract or piece of land situate In the township of ltcuzinger, county of Elk, and Stnle of Pennsylvania, beginning at a poRt at the southwest corner of warrant four thou sand eight hundred and eighty-four (4J84), thence north fout hundred perches to the northwest corner of said warrant 4884, thence east two hundred perches, thence south four hundred perches, thence west the choicest goods of all descriptions, that two hundred perches to the place of begin ning, containing flvo nunurcu oores, una can be found In any market, are fully pre- being the western part ot warrant lour - I . I , ' .1.1 U..m.Ia.1 nml Ainhlv-ffilln . f48841. beinir the sme premises which Having erected a large and well arran ged new Store House on the old site, since the fire, And filled it from cilia to garret with '11 IS SINGER Kamtfacturing Company. AT THE WORLD'S FAIR, pared to receivetlielr old customers, supply their wants at bottom figures WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,. Their assortment is now complete, com- Francis Van Mnrijoville. by deed dated the iiiirlith dnv of February, A. V. lOl, granted and conveyed to Lewis Mitchell nml Mitchell A. Mitchell in fee. Scitcd and taken in execution as the nroncrtv of Lewis Mitchell and Mitchell A. Mitchell, and to bo sold by JACOB McCAULEY, Sheriff. Siirriff's OrrtoR, Ridewoy. JulJ 12, 1871. f VlnlOts. BY virtiio of a writ of Venditioni Ex- I Bona, issued out oi me voun oi w priBing Inrcred; a BVSteai Ot built up for the education and support . ol the orpnans oi b "'"". causes of quarrel, and establishes peace the war a nooie Dcueiun.iuu, ....j. amity between theaa, has command -over half a million yearly; ami inc. ai- eJ t)e adtniralion of the civiiizod world fairs of the State, generally, nave oeeu anJ tl)(J United gta(c9 in the o managed as to secure prosperity to fonMuogt r.dU aru0Dg the nations of tho the people. ... earth. This result is one of which Tho Repuohcana of the nation elect- fi Amencan may justly teel proud ., :j :l At.liliro t,i l.M,(l. I J . . " . 1 . ed tneir i resiueuum tuuu,-...... ... and succeeded, (gainst many angry threats from tho opposition, iu putting him iu office in March, 1801. Almost immediately afteiwards the government was confronted by an armed rebellion m the South, (openly as well as secretly encouraged by inuny Democrats in the North, whose sympathies still remain with those who then took arms to over throw the frovernaent,') and was com- ' c . . To coutinuo the Republican paity id power is to continue the policy begun both in State and Nation, ot maintain ins the public credit, pnyin-' off our debt, reducing taxation, settling inter national dimiculties without bloodshed and sustaining tho great principles in volved in the measures uecessarily grow- mg out of the war. To restore the Democratic party power is to destroy the public credit 1 1 . . ! '. V a Vt nnnr nf tflA HA 53fl.rd th. inritV of" the pave the way for .repudiation bring DRY GOODS, GROCERIE3, CROCKERY, HARDWARE, BOOTS AND SnOES, C1UNG ECl TUFTY dollaKS Worth of Husle FOK S3. mnn Picas of Elk County, and to me di rected, I will expose to salo by publio vendue or outcry, at the Court House, in Ridgwny, on MONDAY, ACGU8T 7, 1871. at one o'clock p. m., all that certain tract or piece of land situate in the borough of St.. mnry's. bounded and described os fol lows: Ucginninn at the intersection of St.. Maw's aud Centre streets, in said borough, thence couth 45' east along the west side of St. Mary's street eighty-nine nnd one half feet more or less to the northease corner of McNally's lot, thence south 80J west along McNally's north lino seventh, five feet to the northwest corner of said McNally's lot, thence south 45' east along McNally's west line twenty-five feet to the Bouthwcst oorner of McNally's lot and the northwest corner of Jacob Uieberger's lot, thenco south li east along Jacob Uicber irer's west lino thirty-five luct to soid Jacob CLOTHING, Blebergcr's southwest corner and north line ot lanu oi neirs oi auiiiuujt nuun, thence south 79J west along said Kuntx' north line forty-four and one-half feet to the BOiithenst oorner of John Butsche's lot, thence uonh 1US west along said Butche's east line, sixty-one feet to a post, thence north 24J west along said Butsohe's eost line to sail Butsche's northeast corner ou thesouthcrley side of Centre street, thence nnrt h east about ono hundred and NOTIONS, ete., etc. fifty-one undone-tenth feet to the place of bceinmna. containing ten thousand three huudrcd aoi fifty-one square feet of land more or less, upon which is erected one Two-Story Frame Building with stone cel lar, fronting fortj-two and ono-half feet on St. Mary's street, and forty-four and one. tenth feot on Centre street, occupied as a store and dwelling, and having one story addition on the south sido thereof sixteen feot by thirty feet; also, one Old House, twenty-four by twenty-six feet; also, one Frame Barn, twenty by twenty-four feet, and ono Two-Story Dwelling House, twentv-six bv forty feet, not finished. Seized and taken in exeoution as the property of James Coyne and F. II. Bie berger, and to te sold by JACOB McCAULEY, Shoriff. Skkbipf's Officc. Itidgway, Julj 12, 1371. vlnlOts. -Constituted by tho homes of tho people- Received the Great Award of tho HIGHEST SALES ! And havo left all rivals far behind them, for they , SOLD JVISIO Oncjllundrcd and Twcnty-scvcn Thousand, Eight Huudred and Thirty-three Machines! being more than forty thoxtsand in advanoe of their sales ot the pveviovs year, nnd over forty-four tlunisand more than the ale$ of any other Company for 1870, as shown by tho following figures from sworn re turns of the sale of Licensees. The Singer Manufactur ing Company sold over the Florence Sewing & 101,173 Machines. cn.AB.LE3 A. DANA, Editor. A Newspaper oi the Present Times. Intendod for Pcoplo Now on Earth. InclndlnR Farmers. IRcchaHci. Merchants, Pro fessional Men, Woikors, Thinkers, tnd all Man ner ot Ilont Polkt. ami tho Wlvoi, Sons, and Danxhten ot all uott. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A VXAtl I ONE ntJNDRED COPIES OB $50, Or lem thsn One Cent a Copy. Let there be a 990 Club at evjrjr Tost Office. SEJII-TTEEKLY BTJN, $1 A YEIt, of tho im llzo an-1 eonortl eharncter as THE WEEKI.V, but with n create Tsrloty ot mtwollaneorn reading, and fnrntshlnT tho n-s to Its transcribers with trront jr frosiincss. heoftnso It comes twice a woet Instead of onco only. THE DAILY 8CN, 60 A YEAH. A prcSmtnontlv ranlnhlo nnrspturer. rttti tr-o Invest circulation in tho wo'-td. Kr-u, inils-pc-iclent. nuit ii.-nrle.cn In politic. Aitth-t i:ow from evi-rywhfjri). T i cents a cuiy hy mull. 00 com a mouth, or SO a year. TERMS TO CLUBS. THE DOLLAR WEEKLY HTK. Flvo copies, one yor, acpanuelr nrirtr?ssrt. Ten copies, ono venr, sprtmtelvft'Mrcsscd (and aa exiracop) to cue setter op ni einiii. Eiuht I'ciM-.vh. rtrcnrr copies, ono rear, fopirntnlr nddicsod (it.iu an czira cjpy bo lae (icner np oi cirD). Fifteen J3ol!nrs Fifty conl"s. oni renr, to ono n'Mrnpj (mil tho benu.nec&.y one venr to eetiei- n orcmni, Thiriy-tiir.-i) Dollars. Fifty cnplc!, ono yenr, sepmatelv andrensed (and . buu Duuu- nicely uue year ro ffetrcr lit- oi dun), Thiny-flvo Dollars. Dno hnnrlretl eot'lrs, one yer.r, to enr nd'lrcfs lumi iu-j iai.y lor ono yo.ir ro inn yetter ui or duh), i.-jt-y Moiiarn. Dm- hnnflred coovs, cno s"nr. s-nnrnttlv nrt- ihu Dally lor ono yeir to hr ccltcr upofelao), biacry Uollurs. TEE 8EXI-WEEKLY SCN". Flvo ccplcs, ono year, separator n'Vltp-e'!. Ei-riit llolinn. Ten corlcs, one yetir. ferarnlnlv nturuaed (and an exua copy to getter np of rl:.h), euxtecn UoJlara. YOCIi MOKEY .n Vot. flfHrn T.or!t-.!r,"!n'ver c mvciilent. if not. tnen rL-iriaiiip wi-oia contalulng money. Address I. W. ESOLAin, rnhllEher, Suu ofllco, Keir Vort City. in HATS AND CAPS, 08,943 do 02,831 do 70,431 do 62,077 do 44,624 do PORK, FLOUR, SALT, Machine Co. Sold over tho Wilcox Oibbs S. M. Co Sold over the Weed Sow ing Machine Co., Sold over the Grovcr & Baltor S. M. Co- Bold over the Howe Ma chine Co Sold over the Wheeler & Wilson Man'fn Co- all ot 'which is mainly owing to tho popu larity of what, is known as the "N K :V FAMILY SEWING MACHINE," which is now fast finding its way into evcty we'd rcmilated household. For Circulars giving full particulars of Machines, tlicir Folding CaBesof many varieties ot wood ana l.oiaii, thoir? Attachments for numerous kinds of work, which, till recently, it was thought that delicate fingers alone could perform, as well as particulars about nil articles used by their Machines, such as Twist, Linen Thread, Spool Cotton, Oil. &c- Kc. apply to any of their authorized Agents, or to RAILROADS- PHILADELPHIA & ERIE EAILH0AD. SUMMER TIME TABLE. ON and after MC the grains , m. in. m. in Feed, Beans, Butter, DRIED APPLES, A New School Ttook, by II. S. Perkins l'rice $7.50 per do2. Contains over hundred new beautiful Songs, Du ets, etc.. by Will S. Hays. W k d s t is n, Thomas, etc- Every thing is new, fresh, and sparkling. Con tents nnd specimen pages sent free. Sam- copies mailed free of postage to teachers for Co cents. Lihcrnl terms for introduc tion. Subscribers to Pe ters Musioiii Mon thly are getting their two Musio for less than and .two ccntt a piece Those who have not seen this Musical Magazine should send 30 cents for a Bample copy. The musio is by Hays, Tuomas, KlNKEL, PeUSLEY, and other popular writers. Two back nnmbeis for 40 cents. Four back numbers for 73 cents. DRIED ;PEACHES, Canned Goods, to ..,..,.1,. ot. njhntp.vcr cost: and the tour BarAf nnJ which followed necessarily en ilAl n haavv debt and burdensome lnTt!nn nnnn the DCodo. Sini-B thn sunnressiori of the rcbcl- tho old tide of corruption, mismanage ment and extravagance, and open up anew oil the oucstions involved in the Address, J. L. PZTESS, 29 Ersadway, New York. ViUlllI. L:st of CArsEsset down for trial at Au gust Term 1871: 1 Tho VAr C.n R. TL nml Mininw (in. reconstruction ot tho southern ctates, mte vg Jacob Bcichard, No. 1 April Toim now settled upon an honorable basis, For present proof ot this we reler to i . V..,Q nnt nnltr vet'irnpd I10Q. IUO cuuuuy uu "" j , - n .. ,i o peace but to prosperity. The fears the consequences flowing from the ac- S many that tho nation would be bank- cidenta majority of the Democrat ; in " j mlotl and her the State Senate last winter. To that ruu ' ?' TIZt Lt on ' realized, fact we owe a session prolonged to the peopie ru.ueu ---- lmiddie 0f May. at an extra cost of -SeXyP ;r o Tom0 thrcons7- f 100 000; tie 're.estabnsh.ent of the flC . done- nnd forsaken policy of employing extra (and r hTs recov y from the destructive useless) officers in the Legislative bodies ior v j mn;ni and crantinj? them extra pay; rn appro- S;he fcsSod held out priation bill increased beyond all former Wtv ,..t;nn1 government to tho in- bounds, to tna exteni or ua.i a muuon; M JF mw O Justries of the people. Uruin thn necessities erowins out f th Rr.hellior. the National Govern ment found itself compelled to submit to the States lor their ratification, three nmrndmnnts to the Constitution one irnnwn AH tho thirteenth") abolishing another. Cthe fourteenth,) Be nrinr the rinhts of citizens to the en franchized slaves, and prohibiting the repudiation of any part of the National AM nr the navment of any part of the Rebel debt; and another (the fifteenth,) the defeat ot all measures tor calling a Constitutional Convention at an early day to put an end to that curse of our State, Special .legislation; ana, as if determined to show that this curse should not be removed by their aid, the enaotment of tho enormous Dumber ol 1800 local bills. And this is but a tithe of what we should have had to endure had they had both houses and thtf Governor on their side. A still further proof of the unfitness of that party to be entrusted with -"I . , l 1 . ., 1 Lt prohibiting the Stiles from excluding power is to do ounu in too me.ancno , Flu a .,fF- histnrv of the late riot3 in Aew lork. . account ot race, colo", or previous eon- In that city the Democrats have undis j . . e . putod sway, and, through it, in the The three amendments having all State. They had the power in their been ' cd out . -Their adoption stands as the grandest Why? Because the party is possessed iese three amendments having all State. Iney had the power m neir duly ratified in the method point- bands to prevent this not-and blood- ut by the Constitution, are now a shed, but they would not uso it either nonent part of that instrument, at the rifrht time or iu the right way. t -i I i . . . V Anmanr nr it neaoeiui ; aBuieveujuuu u . ;,inm times. No Dartv ever betore - n.lr.rtnnk bo creat a task; and its oo ,mr,i;0bment. in 80 EDOrt a flpaeo Ol time, is a work of which the Kepubh- niACT won top i nrnuu.. caVttIV .rlSr.O.on the FiftGmuh AmflndmoDt. in To secure tne compile , , ,7 . , r . XQeso ,r annntaA !, ,,:, ,!, .ho rprn The " . . ...,,t,t ;tr. thnt dntv as idea, ho said, was a myth aud a liuin BO lit W Po BUlluaic " j ot no principle which can lead it to re- sneot the richts of man. be they civil or religious. Its sole idea of rights is derived from the maxim that might makes RtanT. This was clearly evinced in tho debato in our Stats Senate, iu 1870 2. Koch & Son vs Patrick Eeed, No. 63 Jan. Term 1809 3. Armcl Turlcy vs Geo. D, Smith, et ul No. 33 April Term ISb'J. 4. Messenger $ Wheeler vs Dilworth & Georee. No. 41 April Term lbb. 5. J. C. Chupin's heirs vs Bryant & Euwer. No. 4 November term 18G9. 6. Hiram Woodward vs Thomas Tosier, No. 9 Nov. term 18(19. 7. Thomas Turley vs 8. A. Weed, No. 88 Nov. term 1809. 8. A. J. Lewis vs John W. Best, No. 9 Jan. term 18i0. 9. A. H. Packard vs John Kaul et al, No. 18 Anril term 1870. 10. James Doutrlass et al vs Thomas Lu cas et al. No. 29 April term 18(0. 11. E. W. Bushley vs Allen Uilcs, JNos. 4(3 47 48 and 49 Arril term 1870. 12. James II. Bulingtoa vs Isaac iiow- man et al. No. 10 Aueust term lbiO, 13. Bernard Weideubrcnuer vs Ueorge A. Fiathbun, No. 80 August term 1870. 14. lsaao Bowman vs 1 nomas Irwin, Jo. 11 November term 1870. 10. Spillane's heirs vs Michael Danno van, No. 19 November term 1870. 16. Geo. W. Smith vs 1). F. Anderson, No. 22 November term 1870. 17. Stearns, Clark & Co. vs D. P. Ander son, No. 23 November term 1870. 18. C.Brockway.Jr. vs Horton township, No. 24 November term 1870. 19. Reuben Winslow vs Edwin Fletcher, No. 25 November term 1870. 20. Spring Kun Coal Co. vs Laurie J. Blakely, No. CI November term 1S70. 21. Jonathan Boynton et al vs A. C. Finnev et al. No. 1 Jan. term 1871. '22. John G. Keadinz et al vs A. C. Fin nev et al. No. 13 January term 1871. BY virtue of u writ of Levari Fao las, Is sued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Klk eounty, and to me directed, I will expose to sale by publio vendue or outcry, at the Court House, in) Kidgwny. on MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1871, at one o'clock p. m., all that certain tract of land lying west of the Philadelphia nnd Krie railroad, iu the township ot Rideway, county of Klk, State of Penn- nylvania, commonly known ns the "John sonburg Coal Lot," containing four bun dred aud forty (440) acres of land more or less, and bounded nnd described ns iol lows, to wit: Being parts of warrants thirty-two hundred and eighty five (0285) and forty-eight hundred and fifty (4850), beginning at a post oorner stnuding one hundred and forty-seven (147) rods west and eighteen and four-tenths (18 4-10) rods north of the southwest corner of a one hundred and ninety-eight (198) acre lot lying ou the west side of tho Johnson- burg tract, thenco south one hundred and seventy-six (176) rods to a rost corner, thence east ono hundred and fifty (150) rods to a post corner, thence south one hundred and Bcventy-four (174) rods to a post corner, thence west two hundred (200) rods to a post corner, thrnse north one hundred and seventy six (170) rods to a cost corner, thence west one hundred LUMBERMEN, FARMERS, ME- and fifty (150) rods, thence north oue hnn- ureu and seventy iour i H) rous to a post corner, thence east two hundred (200) rods to a post corner, the place of beginning. Seized and taken in execution as the property of Goorge Dickinson et al., at the suit of Samuel A. Crozier and George It. Croier, and to be sold by JACOB McCAUEEY, Sheriff. SHBBirr's Ofhcb, Ridgwoy, July 12, 1871. vlnlOts. F YOU WANT TO lJUY" In short everything wanted In the Country by CIIANICS, ''MINERS, TAN- ners, lai$oring;men, EVERYBODY ! I GOODS CHEAP THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO., 458 Broadwoy, Now York. Philadelphia Office HOG Chestnut St. A. CUMMINGS, Ascot, Ridgway, Fa. vlnl9julyl3m7. STEREOSCOPES. VIEWS, ALBUMS, CIIROMOS, FRAMES. E. & H. T. ANTHONY &, CO 691 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, Invite the attention of the Trade to their exteorive assortment of tho above goods, of their own publication, and importation Also, rnOTO LANTERN SLIDES and GRAPUOSCOrES. NEW VIEWS OF YOSEMITE. E. & U. T. ANTnONY & CO.. 691 Broadway, New York, Opposite Metropolitan Hotel, Importers and Mauufaolurers of rnOTDGRAPIHC MATERIALS. vln2yl. NEW LIVERY STABLE IN IT, ni. m. ni. m. ni. in. ,'m. MONDAY, JUNE 5th, 1871, on the Philadelphia St Erie Railroad will run as follows: WESTWARD. .Mail Train leaves riiiladelplu.i.. i.lO p. " " linkway lU.lKi a. " nrrivo nt Erie S.30 p. trio iusp leaves l mmdelphia... u.:ju p. " Kidgwny. 2.20 a. m. arrive nt Erie.... 7.40 a. ni. Accomodation, leaves Itenova, ...7.1 " a. m. ' uidgway,..'i.4'. p. ni. nrr at Kane S.OOp. iu. EASTWARD. J.l.I Train leaves trie 1 !.:;(( a. " Ridgway. ...m 4.52 p. arrive nt 1'lnlid a... i.w a. Erio Express leaves Kite - 9 (H) p. ' fidgwuv... 2.20 n. nr-nt Philadelphia- o 5 1 p. Accomodation, leaves Kano 6X0 . " ' Ridgway... i.2. nrr at St. Marys 8.:.U am. " leaves St. Marys 10.80 v m. " nrr at Itenovo ti.40 p. ni . Mail East connecls east mid won at lirio ith L S & M S K W and nt t'orry nnd Irvineton with Oil Creek and Allegliuny 11 U W. Mail West with west bound trnii s en L S & M S K W aud nt Corry and Irvineton with Oil Creek nnd Allegheny 1. R W. Warren Accommodation enst nnd west. with trains on L S nnd M S R cast and west and at Corry with O C and A 1! 11 . brie Accommodation hast, nt Corry aud Irvineton with O C and A R R W. Klinira Mail nnd Buffalo Kxpvws inako close connection nt Willinmsport with N O R W trains north and south. Cat'iwissa parsengor trains will be nut east fioui WiUimnsport on Klmir.-i MaiL WM. A. BALDWIN. Gcn'l Sup't. tho tarty which baa done the prelimi- , rru K,in mVttnVi Vina Viitn. nary v?orjc. -i"" riJ." " .. erto continuously resitted the policy thus established, is not the one, now, to carry it out. . -t During tbe war for Buppress:nS the idea, ho said, was a myth nud a bug. And this sentiment of the Dpoio cratio leader iu Pennsylvania has been carried out to tbe letter iu New ioric A few thousand men, in tho exercise of their Coqstitutional right to asscui- vlnl2t38. established in 1830. WELCH & GRIFFITHS' Saws! Saws! Saws! SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS, Axes, Files, .Cast Steel, Mill Furnish ings, and Machinery, BSS-Get the BEST, they will prove the cheapest. Prices re luce 1. Eend for price List and CirouUra. WfLOH & GRIFFITHS, Bostm, Mass., or Detroit, Mich. Also a full stock of MANILLA ROPE of the bast manufacture, of suitable s'ues for rafting and running purposes. CO TO THAYER &, IIAGERTY Main Street, Ridgway, Pa. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES. HATS AND CAPS, GLASS AND QUEENS- WARE, WOOD AND WILLOW-WAUE, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. A Large Stock of Groceries and Provisions. The 15 EST BRANDS of FLOUR Constantly on hand, add sold aa cheap as the CHEAPEST. Ridgway, Pa-, Mar;h 21, 1 '711 Is) DAN SCRlBNEll WISHES TO IN form the Cittzcns of Hidgway, and the puhlio generally, that he has starteda Liv ery Stable and will keep j GOOD STOCK, GOOD CARRIAGES and Buggios, to let upon tho most reasona ble terms Bggt.lle will also do job teaming. Stable in the Brooks Barn, near the PostOffioe, on Mil' street. All orders left at the Post Office will meet prompt atten tion. , Aug 30 1870. tf. . . i IX La Revolvers! NEW TIME TABLE. Commencing June 5th. 1371. ALLEGHENY VALLEY R. R. THE BEST ROUTE BETWEEN PITT3- BU11GII ANU 1'OlMTflON THE PHIL' A. & ERIE ft. It. CO I. NO SOUTH. Day Express leaves Oil City at 2 10pm Arrives at rittsourgn oo p n Night Express leaves Oil City 0 45 p m Arrives at Pittsbivrgn u 4ii n. m Mail leaves Oil City ' Itwim Arrives at Pittsburgh C (JO p m OOINO NORTII. Day Express leaves Pittsbarg at 8 35 a m Arrives at Oil City at 3 05 p m Night Express leaves Pittsburgh 10 10 p m Arrives at Oil City 5 55 a n Way Passenger leaves Pittsburgh 12 30 pnv Aarrives nt Oil City 7 45pm Close Connections made at Corry for Pittsburgh with trains East and West on P. Jit E. U. H. Pullman Pnllaoe Drawing Boom Sleep, ing Crs on Night ExpreES Trains betweou Corry and rittsburgli. Ask for Tickets via Allegheny valley it. a. vln2. THAYER &IIAGERTY. JU. 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