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THURSDAY, JULT27, 1871.
Rates of Advertising. One column, one year f "" 00 40 00 25 no ,... 15 00 Transient advertising per square of tsiehl linns or leu 3 times or Irs. 2 00 Unfitness cards, ton lines or less, per yenr G 00 , Marrlngos aad Death noliees inserted gratis. . , , Elk lodge, A. Y. M. Stated meetings of Elk Lodge will be lield at their hall on ths second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. .. ... a. l. Mccracken, Sco't. Tsmn'e ol Honsr and Temnorance. Elktnn Temple No. 81. meets on ea:h Alternate Thursday, at. their Lmlgs Room, on Main street, over J. V. Honk's store. II. A. PARSONS. V. R. Car Time at nidgtcay. Erie Expross East 2:20 r.. m. do do West 2:20 n m. do Mail Fast 4:52 p. m. do do West 10:03 a. m. local Freight East 7:25 a. m. do do West. 5:41) p. m. Last Tuesday was a warm, pleasant thy. Klklon Temple of Honor, No. 81, will meet this evening. C. B. Gould, "Father Gould," of the Cameron Press, was ia town jestcr day. P. Ford, of Suicthport, Deputy Internal Revenue Collector, wa3 in town yesterday. On Saturday, the 21st ins1,., there was a heavy rain and hail storm in this vicinity. There is an error iu tho data of tho first page of this issue, inttead of June it should read July. The new school house bell was placed in position yesterday morning. The weight of the bill is 259 pounds. We are informed that Hon. Henry Souther has disposed of his residence, on Main street, to Mr. Fred. W.lmarth. We were visited by Mr. Green, "local" of tha Cameron Press, last Tuesday. . CtlAS Codv, ' the tinner, has ono of Job's comf jrtors on his neck, which he says is nice. Wo don't care to know how it is outself. Geo. Walker is building an addi tion to his new building on Main street. The addition is the same size as the original building. TnANKS. Our thanks are du? Hon. Jno. G. Hall, for a copy of Smull's . Legislative Hand Hook, together with a number of other valuable documents. W. C. IIealy's new store, West End, hus received the finishing coat of paint; the beauty of the color and the manner in which it is put on reflect great credit on the puintcrs, Messrs. DuPortand Dill. Page Pmndle uibt with a painful accident on Wednesday, 19th inst , by having a piece of steel fly into his eye, whilo ho was dressing the mill-stones in the grist mill, at this placo. Tho steel was taken out by Dr. Bordwell, and there is no danger of loss of sight. Wanted. A boy to do chores for his board and schooling. No boy need apply unless he is large noagh to take care of a horse, milk a cow, etc. J. S. BOIIDWELL. Centre street. Ridgway, Pa. Quarts. It issaid some babies are so small that they can creep into a quart measure, but the way in which some adults can walk into such measures is astonishing. So says the fTarren Ledger man, and it's likely ho "knows how it is himself." Quarterly Meeting. The fourth ond last quarterly meeting for this con ference year, will be held at the Court House nest Saturday and Sunday. Services will commence on Saturday evening at 8 o'clock and continue over the Sabbath. The Quarterly Confer ence will convene on Monday evening at 7 o'clock. ' WFOBJIATIOM WANTED. Question for the. County Commissioners. 1. How many cubic feet make a cu bio yard? 2. What ia a fair price for earth ex cavation? 3. What commissions will pay a Treasurer for handling money? Is three per cent, for reoeiving and three per cent, for disbursing a fair compen sation? . Tor the People. 1. Can you afford to pay the ring five thousand dollars per annum for wasting your hard-earned money? Answer above and then we will ask few more querries for informntion. ' Have you ever tried Nature's Hair Tlnstorativa? You. will ho delighted with it. Clean, safe, and efficient. It in driving all thn poisonous compounds out of the market. It is as clear as crystal. Seo advertisement. Trout. Wo sea bv tho new law passed by the last L!fiisl!ure, that per. sons are allowed to eaten trout during the months of April, May, June, July, and the first fifteen Jvjfs of August, tho words in italics having been added to tho law of '69 and '70. An Emporium schoolmaster recently received the following note. "You will oblige mo not to yousa that wail Bone on the Lipso of my Litel dautcr. Give your Hart to god and perhaps yon will have more Pnccnch." For further par ticulars address, Father Gould, Cameron Press. Snow in Jut.y. A geotleinari from Sunbury informs us that the cars ar riving at that placo from Willis msport on Saturday morning wero thickly en crusted with snow, which is represented to have been quite severe in its area. A fall of snow in July is an unusual phenomenon. State Journal. New PostOfficf. Regulations. The Department at Washington will no longer print the cards of business firms on return envelopes. Tho names of the individual or firm will be printed when so ordered, together with tho re quest to "return if not called for," &c, but persons desiring to advertiso their business on stamped envelopes, will havo to paeronize the printing offices nearer homo. This regulation went in to effect June 1st. Some outsideis at the late Democratic County Convention, noticed that G. F. Dickinson was voted for as a candidate for Associato Judge. We see by tho Democrat that George Dickinson patert is the nominee. Queries, How long since votes for the son werejcouiitcd for Mid nominated the father? Is this another family arrangement, since other people have moved into the couuty, J. K. P. II., for imtuncu, who carry this county in their breeches pocket now? Theft. Mr. N. B. Waterson, shoe maker at this place, was victimized to tho amount of about thirty-five dollars, last Sunday. It seems that a "tramp" shoemaker giving his name as David Martin, came to Mr. Waterson last Sat urday, and asked for work which was given him. On Sunday he borrowed a clean shirt of Mr. Waterson; helped himself to the thirty-five dollars and vamoosed. The thief is a man of mid dle age; slight buiid; light complexion; with a bald spot on his head, and wore at last accounts a liht suit of clothes and a clean shirt. Accident. Last Thursday, 19th inst., John Door, while engaged fe'ling a hemlock rear Daguscahooda station, had a bad acc'lcnt befall him ond a narrow escape from death. The tree in falling struck a beech, tearing off a limb, which struck Mr. Door, crushing his kull badly. It was lound neces sary to raise the skull and take out a piece about an inch and a half square, which difficult operation was success fully pcrformod by Drs. Ilartman and Russ of St. Mary's, and Hartley of Ridgway. Last Tuesday he was re ported as feeling better, and hopes are entertained of his recovery. A Vicious Bull. We understand that a bull, belonging to Judge Dickin son, found his way into tho road on Wednesday, 19th, inst., and got his bullship raised to the. highest pitch; so much so that Mr. A. W. Potter a fruit tree agent, canvassing in this vicinity, was attacked by his bullship and knocked down, in consequence of which Mr. Potter will have to lie by for a day or two. It ia to .be hoped that this will be a warning to the Judge, ond that hereafter this vicious animal will not be allowed to run the road. Docs the Judge remember the fablo of the Lawyer and Farmer? "If and if," says the Lawyer, "that alters the easel" nis Honor forgets, it saetr.s, the time when he took lie dollars from another man in payment for damages done him by said man's bull? Mr. Potter, the gentleman assaulted, is from Crawford county, this State, and an old resident of that county, hav. ing lived there aboul 3G years, Craw ford is ao old settled county; thick with greenbacks, and boasts of four Republi can papers. The Journal is the oldest as well as the leading paper ia the county. Crawford has a court house that cost over a hundred thousand dol lars, and other county buildings in pro portion, which fact speaks well for the wealth of the county. Judgo Lowrie, of Philadelphia, istha presiding Judge. One op Them. Song of t',a gwdeu seeds. Put. iiw u my little bed. For 'some days past the stranger visiting our post office and otljer public buildings must have hern nt'rnetcd by tho elegant portrait of "The Trinco of Elocutionists," which adorned those places of resort. On Monday even iug tho gentleman of the flowing locks of jetty black announced himself, to the audience gathered iu "Messenger's Hall, as about to present to them an enter tainment previously offered to thousands of audiences with tho highest mark of approbation and applause. , His, ho do clnredto be an entertainment that ap pealed ooly to the refined and intelli gent of the community, though fre quently for lack of full appreciation on the part ot some in the mixed audi ences before which he was sometimes compelled to stand, his very best efforts fell like a wet blanket upon his hearers. With this modest introduction the gentle Prince proceeded, at the request of his nuditory, tDgive 7ns revised and amended edition of Poe's Raven, pre faced by an introductory, explanatory, explatatory prelude; giving in prose, decidedly prosey, a full history of the life, genius, and oliaracterol E. A. Poc, the character and habits of the Haven, and a moviig account of the effects of bad whisky upon tho genuino genius who loves and loses bis fair one. Be ginning with his passion at fever beat he tore tho poetry and story to tatters leaiug but a few shreds of Poe, on which his delighted audienco dwelt with so much pleasure that we predict It will be many days ere they forget the Prince's rich, rare, and racy, ren dering of the Raven. Next he gavo a fair interpretation of Trowbridge's "Two Vagabonds." "Beautiful Snow" followed, introduced by a long story of Dora Shaw, the fallen angel, picked up by J. Wiikcs Booth in a driving snow storm in New Orleans, Our devil, at our elbow queries, when did that snow storm get to New Orleans? Two Ver sion of "Barbara Fritchie," one the original and tho other in what in our younger days was styled hog latin gib berish, followed. Having next given a high toned rendering of "Excelsior" to show our academy boys how to get up there. At tho repeated request of his hearers, ho gave a living imitation of Hamlet's madness, and stirred our very soul with the famous soliloquy, not withstanding the fact that some intel lectual individual insisted that he had called for Shakespeare first. His reading of Widow Bedott's letter to Elder SuifHes, especially her feeling al lusions to his influenzy. and the pre scription of certain unmentionable por tion of female apparel, carried his au dience by storm, and was tho only hit of the cveninj. "Shamus O'Brian," giv en in high gentlemanly Irish, concluded the evening's entertainment. In short the performance of J. Prcscoft Eldridgo was tho veriest humbug it has ever buun our misfortune to witness. We understand that the last effort of J. Prcscott Eldridge, before loaving town ou Tuesday, was to endeavor to induce our worthy Post Master to take an agency for the sale of patent needles. Our frieud Grove, the Messenger, has asamp'eot those same needles. This fully convinces us that the Professor is a man of many points. When next he comes l elocute may we be there to see. Fi.iks. Those who desire to be rid of these troublesome, summer pests, need only to use the following simplo remedy: Take have a 6poonful of black pepper in powder, one tea-spoonful of brown sugar, and ono tea-spoonful of (cream; mix them well together and place them iu a room on a plate, where the flies are troublesome, and they will suou disappear. A Shoemaker's Ltjck. About twenty-five years ago, Mr. Robinson (the prxscnt owner of the famous Rob inson farm, near Parker's Landing, which lias yielded thousands of barrels of oil and dollars to its owner) sold one hundred acres of the farm to to a shoe maker named GraDt, residing in tho vi cinity, inr ona hundred dollars, to bo paid in boots end shoes for his, Robin son's, family. Within the last two years thiR tract li:i3 proved the most valuable oil territory, and Grant as well as Rob inson hare not only been made wealthy from its oil, but still receive a handsome revenue from the same. A few weeks a;ro Mr. Robinson received the last pair of bo its on his contract, tha ono hun dred dollars worth of leather having just been asuJ up. Titusville Herald. ITSXLKSSNEIS OF THE GRAND j0Rr. At a recent session of the central criminal court, London, the grand jury drew up a document and presented it to the leeordcr, setting forth that in their opinion, the office they had been called upon to occupy was "useless, and ought as speedily as possible bo abolished." Tho reason given for this conclusion wan, that the preliminary examination before a committing magistrate was, or ought to be, more thorough and satisfac Jactory than any examination they could make, uud more likely to answer the. eodsff justice. '' ' " ' ' TErtniriLF. Storm. -A terrific storm of hail wind and vain, passed over tho central portion of this State on Sunday, which did an almost incalculable amount ot damages. Hundred of acres of oorn and oats were knocked down and. fields entirely ruined. In many places win dows facing tho worm wero left without glass. Cattlo ran about tho field bellow ing with fripht and pain from the pelt ing of the hail. A correspondent writ ing from Turbotville gives the following description of the storm in that locality: "On Sunday afternoon, about 8 o' clock, the mostteirible wind and hail storm passed over the country back of Tuibotvillc, that was ever known or heard of in this section. Tho sky was as blaek as uitfht. the forkod lighting flashed, tho thunder rolled, the wind blew and the hail fell, presenting to the eve a scene indiseribabie. It was for a time cnmhaticallv on elemental war. The hail became master. It fell at sumo pluces to the depth of two feet ond over, destroying everything in its track. Corn, oats, potatoes, and other crops are beaten into the earth. The trees are as leafless as in mid-winter even the bark in many instances being peeled off. Buildings were unroofed, or the roofs beaten full of holes. Windows are without glass, and in short, a most desolate scene presents itself to the eye. Somo farmers are well nigh ruined. I conversed with one of the unfortunate men on Monday morning, who told nio that he will bo compelled to sell out, ih he has nothing to feed his cattle and winter his stock. It seems tho strip of couutry over which tho stotin passed is only about a mile or two wide how long remains to be learned. On Monday morning the hail was a foot deep in some places." Erie Republican, 21st iust. Connecticut has had thirty Govern ors. Oliver Wolcolt held the office longer than any other twelve years, ton consecutively, Sam'l. lluntiugdon stood next, and William A. Buckingham third. Connecticut elects a Governor every year. They s.iy that a hen in tho vicinity of Jafl'rey, X II., got shut in behind some farming tools, ond staid there for twenty -seven days, by which time, says the Cheshire Republican, "she shrunk so from lack of food and water that sho was able to come out." J32Y LIST. The following are the jurors drawn for August term of court, 1871: GRAND JURORS. Bcnezet Richard V. JJoylo, Robert Rothcrick, E. H. Dixon. Geo. W. Window. Beuziuter Joseph Bided. Jr , Joseph Schaur, Anton Munich, Thomas Kcruer. Fox Matnins Spooler, Sr., James Mc CWkey, John Mosier. Horton S. A. Olnistead. C. E. Reman. Jay William B. Hewitt, Josiati 11. Motey. Jones Joseph Nye, Christopher Dill. Millstone J. C. Champion, William Killey. Ridgway J. Y. Houk, James Hickard, Edward Derby. St. Mary's Coo. Ed. Wei?, F. X. ila bcrbush. TRAVERSE JURORS. Renorct Ralph Johnson, Jr. Benzinger Martin Fiolle, George Sella, An'on liauer, Michael Lawler, Joseph I'atton. Fox William Hewitt, Jarncs Earns worih, C. E. Grccu. Isaac Hays, John Tay lor, John liuiitzlemaii, John Koch, David Meredith. II orton James Reiily, Allen Giles, Joseph Chamberlain, N. M. Brookwny. Bedford Segara, Harvey Parsons, Joseph Clinton. Jones A. I. Wilcox. Jocpli Pistner, Daniel Smith, Michael Weidurt. Jay Martin Clover, Joshua W. Roth rock. Millstone James Greenawalt. Ridgway Itoraco Warner. Spring Creek D. G. MeNaul, Robert Warner. St. Mary's Michael Slcbig, Chas. Mo Vean, John Walker, Sr., Frank Gerg. ""10URT PROCLAMATION. Whereas, j the Hon. L. D. Wktmobe, 1'ieaidunt Judge, and Hons. J. K. Whit more and Jesso Kyler, Associates, Judges of the Court of Quarter Sessions, Orphans' Court, Oyo" and Terminer, nud Goaeral Jail Delivery, for the trial of capital and olhnr oITetisca in the County of K1U, by tlieir precepts to mo directed, have ordered the aforesaid na med Courts to bo holdeu at Ridgway, in and for tho Couuty of lllk, on the Fivet Monday of Aujtust, 1871, itbeingthe 7th. day of the month, and to continue one week. Notke is hereby given to the Coroner, justices of the Pence, and Constables, of said County, that they are by 4hcso prcs hnls commanded to be then and there, in thoir proper persons, at ten o'clock, A. M., of said day, with their rolls, rcoords and inquisitions, and other remembrances, to do those things which their oliiccs apper tain to be done, uud that all Justices of said County, mke returns of all recogni zances eutered into before them, to tho Clerk of the Court, ns per Act of Assem bly of Much 4th, 1831. And those who are bound to prosecute the prisoners that are or shall be in the Jail of the County of Elk, and to be then and there to prose cute aginst them as shall be just. JACOB MoCAULEY, Sheriff. Ridgway, June 20, 1871. DAGUSCAHONDA RAILROAD. From and after Monday, May 29th 1871. Trains will run on this Road as follow: Leaves Earley 7.10 a. m., arrives at Daguahonda Junction 7.45 a. m., con nects with , Local east 7.56 a. tu., and Mail west 9.50 a. m., Leaves Dagusca honda 10.20 a. in., ariives at Earley 11.00 a.m. Leaves Earley 4 00 p. iu., arrives at Daguscahonda 4.50 p. m., connecting with Mail east 5.05 p. m., and Local west 5.21 p. ra. In case P. 4 E. traiug aro late, Daguscahonda train holds twenty minutes beyond the abovo time. Tickets should always bo proourod before loaving stations. C. R. EARLEY", Sup't. J. D." PARSONS, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots & Shoos," Main St., opposite Hotel, ov27y Wucox, Pa. ITOLnttTOU. r Leaving tho East ond Arriving ot Chicago or Indianapolis, how-sliall we reach tho West? The best Line is ac knowledged to be tho C., B. & Q , joined together with tho B. & M. Railroad by the Iron Bridgo at Burlington,' and called the Burlington Route, The Main line of the Route Tunning to Omaha, connects with tho great Pa oifio Roads, and forms to-day the lead ing route to California. The Middle Branch, entering Nebraska at Platts motith, passes through Lincoln, the State Capital, and will this year be finished to Fort Kearney, forming the shortest route across the Continent by over 100 miles. ' Another branch of the B. M., di verging at Red Oak, falls into a line running down the Missouri through St Joe to Kansas City, and all Kansas. Passengers by this route to Kansas, see Illinois, Southern Iowa, and Mis souri, and, by a slight divergence, can see Nebraska also. Lovers of fino views should remem ber the Burliuton Route, for its towns "high-gleaming from afar" its tree fringed streams its rough bluffs and quarries its corn-oceans stretching over the prarics further than tho eye can reach. Land-buyers will bo suro to remem ber it, for they have friends among the two thousand who have Already bought farms lroin Goo. S. Harris, the Laud Commissioner of the B. & M. 11. 11. ot Burlington, Iowa, or among tho four thousand home-steaders and pre-emptors who last year filed claims in the Lincoln land office, whero "Uncle Sam is rich enough to irivo us all a farm." SHERIFF: "VX7E aro authorized to nnnounoe the name of C. It. SEXTON, of St. Mary's, as an INDEPENDENT candidate for the oiUce of II!xh Sheriff of Elk Couuty. HEW ADVERTISEMENTS (UIARLES HOLES, J Watchmaker, Engraver and Jeweler, Main Street., Ridgway, Pa. A?cnt for the Howe Sewing Machine, and Morton Gold Pen. Repairing W atcl es, etc.. done with the same accuracy as heretofore. Satis faction guaranteed. vlnly. ROPOSED AHZITDL-TST T3 THE COHSTITUTICN CP PEKN:7L7ATU. JOINT BE8OLUTI0N Proposing nn amendment! to tho Constitu tion of 1 cnnylvania. Be il Resolved hy thn Srnate and Ilov.se of Representatives of tic Commonwealth of Penn sylvania in General Assembly met. That the following Binendineut of tho Constitu tion of Com mon v. call h bo proposed to the peoplo for their adoption or rejection, pur suant to the provisions of the tenth article thereof, to wit: AMENDMENT. Strike out tho Sixth Section of tho Sixth Article of the Constitution, and insert in lieu thereof tho following: "A State Treasurer shall bo chosen by the qualified electors of the State, nt such times and for s'icli term of service as shall be prescribed by law." JAMES II. WEBB, Speaker of the House of Representatives. WILLIAM A. WALLACE, Speaker of the Senate Approred the fifteenth day cf June, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred und seventy-one. JNO. W.' GEARY. Prepared and certified for publication pursuant to the tenth article of the Cou btiiutiou. F. JORDAN, Secretary of the Commonwealth. Office Sec'y of the Commonwealth, 1 12t. Ilarrihhurg, July 6th, 1871. 1 20. HE INGREDIENTS THAT COMPOSE UOSADALIS are published on every pack ge, there fore it is not a secret preparation, consequently PIITSItl IXS rCESCRIEE IT ft is a certain euro for Scrofula, .Syphilis in all its forms, Rheuma tism, fciliin Diseases, Liver Com plaint end all diseases of the Blood. will do rnoro good than ten bottles of the Syrups of Sarsapinlla. THE UNDinsiGNEO PHYSICIANS have used Rosadalis in their prnrtieo for tho past threo years and f rely endorse it ns a reliuhlo Alterative and Llood Furi'.icr. DR. T. C. Pl'Gn, of Baltimore. UH. T. J. l-OYKIN', " nn. n. t". cah a. " IMl. V. O. DANNKIXY, Dll. J. S. Si'AP.Kb,l .S-ichriasvil!, OH. jVl. McCARTHA, Columbia, EE. A. li. K02LF.S, F.dgcKoxfc, N. C. USZD AWD ESD02SSD BY J. B. BENCH & EO.XS, F!l River, I W'.JSMTTIT, J-clrn, M!rh. A. F. WHKeXLH, Lima, Ohio, n. HAI L, J.iinii.&tiio. CRAVEN & l'0.,Otii('onsvr!?e, Vi. S-A.M'L. O. McFADDfcA, Murlrces boro, Ttau. . 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MESSENGER, DRUGGIST, Main Street, Ridgway, Penn'a. vlnllyl. The most Complete Itustnenj College in the Uuitea Mutes. Affording facilities for acqaireing a thorough practical business education, posBeestd by no other School in the oountry Since its incorporation in 1805; nearly SixteonThousand Students, 'representatives from iT.'iy btute iu tue" Union, have attonded here. . .... No vacations. Students enter at any time, and receive private instructions throughout the entire course." N. U. Cir jiirs with full particulars and All necessary information, on addressing SMITH & COWLEY, Principals, Pittsburgh, Pa I b BUSINESS CARDS. H ENRY SOUTHER, Attorney-st, Law, Kidgwny, l'a. (feb'.ro K), l 1 A. RATH BUN, Attorncy-ftt- Law1 JC9 Ridgway Pa. 2 2 tf. OHN O. HALL, Attorney at law, Ridg I way, Elk county Pa. mar-22'GGI A S. HILL. Thysician and Surgeon, , Kersey, Elk Co. To. A. PARSONS,' ' ; . t . Dealer In Boots, Shoes and Leather. ' lain Street, Ridgway, Pa. rtlnltf. T I GEORGE WALMSLET, County Sur veyor, St. Marys, Pa., holds himself in readiness at all times, to perform jobs in his line. 2 8 1 X X. SORG, Saloon-keeper, corner of I ' a Railroad and Miohacl streets St. Marys, Pa. Native Wines, good Lager Beer, etc, constantly on hand. . 2 8. WILLIAM GELS,' Restnnrant, Mi- ' chael street, St. Marys, Ta., keeps the best of Lager Deer and Native wines constantly on hand. .' 2 8 Cn. VOLK, 'Manufacturer ond Dealer . in Lnpcr Deer, opposite the Railroad Depot, St. "Mary's, Elk county Ta. . EYNOLOS HOUSE, mxottSTOts.jtrrziy.OHW, tL U. S. BELNAP, Proprietor . JS. Bordwell, M. D. Eolectie Physican . Office and residence opposite the Jail, on Centre St., Ridgway, Pa. Prompt ' attention will be given to all calls. Office hourst 7 to 8 A. M-; 12to2P. M. ; and 0 to 7 P. M. Mar. 22, 00-tf. D R C. U. FULLER, BOTANIC PHYSICIAN, Ridgway, Pa. Residence and office opposite tho Thayer House. 1 S. HARTLEY. M. D., Physirtintt nnd Surfreon, Kiugway, rn. Oilico m Walker s Building. Special nttention given to Surgery. O'lica hours from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. Residence on Main Street, wosl end. All calls promptly attended to. vln'Jyl. GO. MESSENGER, Drugjrist and l'artnaceutist, corner Main nnd Mill street?, Kidgway, Pa. A full assortment of carefully Feleoted For sign and Domestic Drugs. Prescriptions carefully dispensed at all hours, day or night. vlnCy. HEALY & MORTON. DEALERS IX DS7 GDOOS, Gao:3PT3, PROVISIONS, PRODUCE, FRUITS, &c. vlnStf. Wc3t Eitd, Ridg'voy, P.i. . HYDE HOUSE, RtnnwAV, Elk Co., Ta. W. II. SCUUAM, Pror.riek.r. Thnnkful for tho patronage heretofore eo liberally bestowed upon him, the new proprietor, hopes, by paying strict at tention to the comfort and convenionoo of guests, to merit a continuance oi 'the same. Oct 30 ISO'.). jORTON' HOUSE, Tr ERIE. PA , il. . Moure, late of the JJyd House) Proprietor. Open Day and Niirht- DRS. BORLAND & Sr. CLAIR, franklin, Ta., Givo speoial attcn t on to Chronic diseases, and those pecu liar to women and children. . Dr. Borland, diagnoses diseses by an ex amination of the urine, and by this Ohl Girman method has successfully treated thousands of cases without seeing them'. EDWARD MoBRIDE, Watchmaker nn'd Jeweler, Railroad street, St. Marys, l'a. Engraving and repairing dono on short notion, and in a workmnnliko man- ner. Watches, nnd everything in the Jow- elry line, Constantly on hand. 2 9 DR. G. WHIPPLE, . . Dental Surgeon. Otlico in Walker's Duilding. All kinds of dentistry doue in tho best stylo, and all work warranted. Ho will visit Kane on the 1st, 2d, and 31; Wilcox on the 10th,. 11th, and 12th; St. Mary's on the 21st, 22d, and 23d of each month. At all other limes he can be found at his ofiloe in Ridgway, Pa. vln2yl. KERSEY UOUSE, C&NTacviLLE, Elk Co., Pa, Jons Collins, Proprietor. ; r't Thankful for tho patronage heretofore; so liberally bestowed upon him, the neir proprietor, hopes, by paying strict at tention to the comfort and eonvenienca of guests, to merit a continuance of the i same. I T ALL &:BPvO. Attorneys - at - Law ST. MARY'S, ILK COUNTY PNNSYLYANIA. ' ". " JOllNQ. BALL.......... -.... ,.JA. K. . HALL- LKQAL. r ' Lewis Boyington "k I Common Pleas ' of Elk Count. - Sophronia BoyingtoOs J No.15, ion. T;i 1- Libel in Divorco, a viculo matrenionii. To Sophror.in . Boyington, respondent ahors,' named: . . ' " You are hereby notified that the tub; poena and alias subpueua in the above caso , having been returued non est inventus , you are hereby required, to axpear on tho FIRST MONDAY IN AUGIST., 1871, being the 7th day of Hie month, to answer the complaint In the above eai-. JACOB McCACTT'.Y.C" . ' , Sheriff" Siiseifp's Office, Elgway, June, I, 1871. J vlniito. i ft V t