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Henry A. Parsons, Jr., - - Editor.
THURSDAY, AUUUSTT.1, 1871. 2EPUELI0AN STATS TISSST. Auditor General: DAVID STANTON, of ReavcrCo. Surveyor General: HOBERT B. BBATII, of Schuylkill. That Aidrc:3. We had always given Cnpt. Grant credit for feeing a gentleman, and nt least sufficiout of a scholar not to make liuiFelt ridiculous in print We still think to! We do not believe that he ever touched pen to or paw the 'Address to the Democrats of Elk County" pub "iiished last week in the Democratic (?) papers. It is '.ho weakest twaddle wo have ever seen in any print assuming to be allcd a newspaper. Those short sentences, so full of pith and point, remind us of the great '-I am" of the ring, Win. A. Wallace, and were doubtless written by that lesser light, his honorablo imitator the carpet bag ringleader of the Democracy here. "The unwise and corrupt waste of "our publio lands, and profligate ex penditures of the public money which "has marked, &c," is rich at least, not to say cool. Here wo might with a good deal of graco come in and say, who gets the six percent? In all conscience, can it bo expected that people who waste the county money can or will take better -aro of the State or National funds? We have been seeking for weeks, for Homo explanation of this waste, but so far havo failed to gel it. Do the people think wearc in earnest when wo ask what has become of their money? We think they do, and that on the 10th of October they will give an answer in thunder tones to those tiuestions that wo havo been so long asking and to which the ring has failed to reply. Wo had intended to say something ;about nominations and a people's ticket of which they 6cem, and in our opinion with much cause, to stand in fear. It is bardiy to be supposed that tho peo ple will rest supinely in their easy chairs at home and let this corrupt ring secure an other two years lease of the puree of the county, without at least making eomo kind of a fight to secure economy in the county expenditures and a de cent rogard for the well-faro of the people in those elected to office by their suffrages. The time has not yet come, but when it does arrivo wo will speak to tho peo ple of Elk in words they can under stand, -and they will arise in their might nnd throw off this ring that is a worse incubus on their progress than was iSinbad the Sailor's '-Old man of tho Sea" to him. For Judge. Hon. II. W. Williams is the unanimous choice for President Judge of this District. Tigoa voted (Crawford county system) last week, .and he received about fourteen hun dred majority over Mr. Seymour, of "Tioga. This part of the district has, we believe, chosen delegates favorable io Mr. Williams' nomination, and bo will receive the unanimous nomination of the convention. Judge White withdrew from the con test two weeks ago, and endeavored to make the people believe they wanted Mr. Seymour, but the people "couldn't ;8ee it." Cameron Press. ' EOOES AND EYES. " The Milleritos have fixed September 3d as the date of their newest depart ure. September b the month "when the swallows bomewara ny. When a pickpocket pulls at your watch, tell him plainly that you have no time to sp&re. We vote next year in Pennsylvania for President. Governor, Congress, SuDreme Judge, and a Legislature to elect a United States Senator to sue. eeed Senator Cameron. A large pile on one game. A dutchman married a second wife in about a week after the death of No 1, The Sabbath ensuing, the bride asked ber lord to take her riding, and was duly "out up" with the following resnonae: "You dink I ride out wid anoder woman so soon after the death of mine frau? No, no: 'Paddy, my boy," said a gentleman in an Irishman whom he observed fish ing away at a deep pool, "that must be o fixmrira stream lor trout. raitn nd mirA it must be that same, for have been standing here this three hours, and not one of 'cm will come out of it." President Thiers is to have a salary of ouu hundred thousand dollar, with ninple odditinnul credit for oontiogent expenHop; four time as much as bd American President pets. yUKNTS WANTED. We want 5000 active, enterprising, thorough men and women, to whom we will give constant work nd good pity. We publish (lie KENT BOOKS, we give our agents the BEST TERM 4. Tlio best soil ing Rook now is l!r SIGNoIl BLITZ. Describing his wonderful feats nnd tricks, willi laughable incident nnd Adventures. Agents nro selling from 20 to 40 copies a dny. Aln, our New Family Bible, con taining Blackwood's Comprehensive Aids to the stil ly of the Scriptures, nnd Nevins' new nnd Improved Dictionary of the Bible, together wiili Sixteen Fine Bled riatcs, four Mnps in color?, nnd 00 superior en gravings .in wood; Family lieco d, Fnmily Allium, dc, de. A Complete Prospectus of this Bi'ie nnd ngents out ft furnished free to All who nienn work. Our pro gramme of NEW BOOKS for the Fall in clines n NEW WORK by MARK TWAIN. (Successful Agents will receive first choice of territory on MARK TWAIN'S forthcoming great work. Circulars, 'lernis, &e., with full informa tion, sent free on application to Dt'FFIKLD ASHMRAD, Publisher. 711 Sansoni Street, Philadelphia. vln2"nug24m3. THE NEW DISCOVERY In Chemical and Medical Science, Wt ft? mmm Dr. E. F. GARVIN'S SOLUTION & COMPOUND ELIXIR rmST AXD ONLY SOTXTUW ever win in one mixture of ALI, TUN TWEU'K valuable active v.riucumls ol' tlio wtUJ.uown curative accut, 3?iSr3 thee iwis, TJJT EQUALED in Cmgh', foMn, Catarrh, Anthuia, Lronchitis, uail consumption. CTJItES WITHOUT FAIT., A recrnt colli tn threa to pix linnri; nnd also. ly its V1TALIRISO, rUHIFYIXU nnd 6TI- MULAUMr cii. cts upon tho general syntua, is remiirkAt'ly (liienrio'.is in all UISEASES OF THE ELCOIi. Including rrutula and Eruptions of the btln, Jlywperia, Diseases of the l.iver and Kidneys, Heart lliscase, mid Cicut-ial Ix-biliiy. OriS TRIAL CONVINCES! jir.so. A Volatile Solution of Tar For INHALATION, -without nrrlii-ntion of HEAT. A rrmiukul ly VALUAULK discovery, ut the whole app ii-atus can b3 carried in the vest pocket, reii.lv ut any time for iiie most cllectuul aud itobitivelycuruiiw uaein All Diseases oS CspNOXC, TIIEOAT TI1H COJirOUXD Tar and Kandrako Pill. for in connection with lh 12IJXTR TAR, W n rombinnt!on of the TWO most vulimMa ALlEHAliL Iutlicmea known m tne I'ro- feBiou, unti rciuleri tins 1'iU without exception the very brst ever off.'id. Tiio SOLUTION oud COiirOUND ELIXIR of In without doubt tho 13 est remedy known in CASl'3 of CHOLERA m YELLOW FEVER. It is ft 6peoifio for Htirh disensea, uml tihoulj lie kept in the household of every iixnulv. especially during those mouibHiu which CKOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER nroliaMo to prevail. A (,mn ;imntity tnk' ii daily will proveut toutractiiij ihtio'ttruble diseases. Eolutlon Rtifl Compor.nd Elixir, $1.00 per Bottle Volatile Solution fur In'ual.-iticn, l.OOpor tox Tar and Slandralic Tills, SCcts per box. Bend for Circular i f POSITIVE Ct'IlES to your Uragfgiat, or to L. F. HYDE & CO., SOLE i?HOPEIETORS, 110 E. 22d St., Ittw York. For Sale by G. G. MESSENGER, Druggist, ;. llidgway, I'a. "TOTlCE. Wliercna my daughter JU. 1 LASIA lil'RLlNGAMIS was taken from her home in the year 18U2, notice be ing given At the time, and, whereas, ehe lias since hcen taken out of this State eo that I do not know where ehe is. Now, this is to again notify all persons against harbonng or trusting her on my account, aud to requeKt her to return to her home and ber allegiance and escape the extreme liability of being cut off or disinherited trom any part, or parcel ot property or in come, possessed by me. EUASi L3 UUKLl.NUAMii. Wilcox, August !8lh,18"l. n2it3. JTOTllE. In the District Court of the United States for th Western District of Penn'a In the matter of John Farrer & Co Bankrupts. In Bankruptcy, Western Distriot of Pennsylvania, as: At Ridgway, Pa., the 4th day of August, A. D. 1871. The Undersigned hereby gives notice of bis appoiutineul an Assignee or Jonn iarrer $ (Jo., or St. Mary h, ir the county of Elk, and State of Penrsvl vania, within said district, who have buen adjudged bankrupts, upon petition of their creditors, by the district court of said aistrioi. C. H. McCAULEY, Assignee, &o. n25tf s ALE IN BANKRUPTCY! In accordance with an act of Contrress. approved ttie Zd Uay of iMaroh, A. D. 1807, entitled "An act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United States," the Undersigned, assignee or meesiaie oi jonn r arrer & Co., bank rupts, win expose to publio sale on FUIDAY, SEPT. 8th 1871. At one o'clock P. M., at the store lately occupied by said bankrupts, in the borough or St. Mary's, f.m county, Pa., their en tire stock of Ooodj, cousisting of Dry Uooas, rtotions, Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, IljtB. Caps, Boots and Shoes Oils, &o., &c, &o. C. II. McCAULEY. Assignee. St. Mury's, Pa., Aug. l!3d, 1871. 2513. NE MILLION OF LIVES SAVED! U is ono of the most remarkable facts of this reniarkablo ntre. not that no tnanv pt'rsnns are the viotimH of dyppopsiaor In digestion, but its willing victims. Now, we would not be understood to gay that any one regards dyspepsia with favor, or feels disposed to rank it among tho luxuries of lite. Far from it. Those who have ex perienced its torments would scout ouch nn idea. All dread it, and would gladly dis pense with its unpleasant familiarities. Mark Taploy. who was jnlly under till the trying circumstances in which he was placed, never hal nn attack of dyspepsia, or his jolity would have speedily forsaken him. Of all tho multifarious diseases to which (ho human system is liable, there is perhaps no one eo genernlly prevalent ns dyspepsia. There are disoiscs more acute and painful, and which more frequently prove fatal, but nono the etr'oots of which are so depressing to the mind nnd bo positively distressing to (ho bod. If there is a wretched being in tho world it is r A CONFIRMED DYSPEPTIC. We have said that dyspepsia is perhaps the most universal of human diseases. This is imphntically the case in tho United States. Whether this general prevalence is due to the character of the food, the method of its preparation, or the hasty manner in whioh it is usually swallowed, is not our province to explain. Tho grevt foot, with which wo are called to deal is this: DYSPEPSIA PREVAILS almost uuivci sally. Nearly every other person you meet is a victim, nn apparently willing one: were this not the case, why so manv sufferers. when a certain, speedy and safe remedy is wiihin the easy rench of all who will avail themselves of it? Dut says a dys peptic: What is this remedy? to whioh we reply: This great allevator of humaD suffering is almost as widely known as the English language. It has allayed the agonies of thousands, and is to-day carry comfort and encouragement to thousands of others. This acknowledged panacea is note oilier than Dr. IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS Would you know more of the merits of this wonderful prcpatation than can be learned from the experience of others? Try it yourself, and wheu it has failed to fullil tho assurance of its efficacy givon by the proprietor, then abandon faith in it. LET IT BE REMEMBERED, first of all, that HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS is not arum beverage. They are composed wholly of the pure juice or vital principle of roots. This is not a mere assertion The extracts from which they are compounded are prepared by one of the ablest of Herman chemists. Their effects can bo beneficial only in all cases of the billiary tystem. Hoolland's German Hitters stand without an equal, acting promptly and vigorously upon tho liver; iney remove its torpidity ana cause health ful secretion of bile thereby supplying tho stomach with the most indispensable elements of sound digestion in proper pro portions. They purify tho blood, cleansing the vital fluid of all hurtful impurities aud su planting thein with the elements of genuine hcaltht'ulncss. Now, there are certain classes ot per sons to whom extreme Bitters are not only uupalatablc, but who find it impossible to take tliein without positive discomfort. For such Dr. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TOXIC has been specially prepared. It is intended for use whero a slight a'coholio stimulant is rcquirol in connection with the well known Tonic properties of the pure Ger- mau liitters. HOOFLAND'S TONIC acts with almost marvelous effect. It not uly stimulates tho flagging and wasting energies, but luvigorales and permanently treugthens its action upon the Liver and stomach thorough, perhaps less prompt than the Bitters, when tno same uantitj is taken is none t lie less certain. Indigestion, Iiilliousness, Physical or Ner vous prostration, yield readily to its po- ent influence. It gives the invalid a new and stronger hold upon life, removes de pression of spirit, and inspires cheerful ness. But. Dr. Hoofland's benefactions to he human race nre not confined to his celebrated GERMAN BITTERS, or his invaluable Tosic. He has prepared an other medicine, which is rapidly winning its way to populur favor because of its in trinsic mctils. Tins it HOOFLAND'S PODOPHVLLIN PILLS, a perfect substi tute for mercury without any of mercury's evil qualities. These wonderful Pills, which are Intend ed to act upon the Liver, are inaiuly com posed or l'ouophylliu, or the vital princi ple of the mandrake root. It is the medi cinal virtues of this health-giving plant, in a perfectly pure nnd highly concentrated lor in. lhe 1 odophyllin acts directly on the Liver, stimulating its functions and causing it to make its billiary secretions in regular aud proper quantities. The inju rious results which invariably follow the use of mercury is entirely avoided by their use. But it is not upon tho Liver only that their powers are exerted. The extract of Mandrake contained in them is skillfully combined with four other ex- racts, one of which acts upon the stomach, one upon the upper bowels, one upou the lower boweU. and prevents any griping effect, thus producing a pill that influences tho entire digestive and alimentary system, in an equal and harmonious manner, and its action entirely froo from nausea, vomit ing or griping pains common to all other purgatives. Possessing heso much desirable qualities the rodophyllii becomes invaluable as a FAMILY MEDICINE, No household should be without them. They nre perfectly safe, require but two for an ordinary dose, are prompt and em oient in action, and when used in oonneo. tion with Dr. Iloonand g German Bitters, or Tonio, may be regarded as certain spe cifics in all cases of Liver Complaint, Dys pspsia, or any of the disorders to whioh the system is ordidarly subject. The rODOPllYLLIN PILLS act upon the stomach and bowels, carrying off improper obstructions, while the Bitters or Tunio purify the blood, strengthen and invigorate the fntne, give tone and apps tile to the stomach, and thus build up the invalid anew. Dr. Hooliand, having provided internal remedies for diseaso, has given the world one mainly for external application, in the wonderful preparation known Db. HOOFLAND'S GREEK OIL, This Oil is a sovereign remedy for pains and aches or all kinds. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Toothache, Chilblains, Sprains, Burns, Pain in t' e Back and Loins, Ringworms, etc., etc., all yield to its external application. Taken internally, it is a cure for Heart burns, Kidney Diseases, Sick Headaches, Colio, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Cramps, Pains in the Stomach, Colds, Asthma, eto These remedies will be sent by express to any locality, upon application to th PRINCIPAL OFFICE, at the GERMAN MBIMCINK STORE, No. 631 ARCH ST PHILADELPHIA. CHAS. M. EVANS, Proprietor. Formerly C. M. JACKSON & CO. Thett Re.uuiie ari'for tale 6 Vnirjitts, Olonkccpm, and Mcmcnn V a'era coery vntrc, Un'.'Jyl. 0 Ayer's Cathartic Pills, For tho rulief nnd cure of all (teiimtro. nients in the ftlom nch, liver, and bow els. 1 'hey nre a mild aperient, mid na 'xi'lleiit purgative. lU'lnfc purely wye talile, they Contain no increury or mine nil whatever. 31 nch m-rtiMii tdekticftfl ami Fiiih'i'imri prevent eri liv their liinelr use: and everv family mhould have tliuinon linnet for tlielr protection and relief, when required. I.ohr expeHen -e has proved tltivn to lie tho wit est, surest, and lirst of nil tho fillit Willi wlileh tlm market abound. By their occasional use, tlio blood Is purilled, (lie corruptions of the sys tem expelled, olistnirtions removed, nnd tlio whole machinery of life restored to its henltliy activity. Internal organs which become flopped and slucKish mo cleansed liy A'lrr'i I'illn, mid stimulated into nctinn. Thus incipient tli.-cnse is clumped into hcn'lli, the value or which clinnpe, when reckoned on Uic vast multitudes who enjoy it, can hnnily he computed. Their susnr coating makes them pleasant to take, nnd preserves their virtues uuinipiiii ed for any length of time, so that they are ever fresh, uiui perfectly reliable. Altliouph searching, tliev arc mild, and opeiato without disturbance to tlio constitution, ordiot, or occupation. Full directions m-c given on tho wrapper to each box, how to use them ns a Family Physic, nnd for tho following complaints, which these rapidly euro: For IVaitcnyla or Intllcestlon. Jt1 . Laiik iiur and l,ncf AiMfltr, they should he taken moderately tosliimilate tho stom ach, and restore its healthy tone and action. For I.Ivor Coninlalnt and its various symp toms, nillou lllacl., Mirk r.Irn.1 uciic, Juuiulicc or Urvvu eiltknpM, Mil. ious ,'ollc and Illilou "', they should he Judiciously taken for each case, to correct tho diseased action or remove tlio ouistruotioiis which cause if. For Irrntorv or Ilrrhaeat but ono mild dose is penerully required. For IlliPuniKtiHin, oiit, Ornvol. P1 pltutlmi of tJm llrarl, luin in t! 6id, Slack and AoiiM, thev should be f ontin nonsly taken, as required, to change the diseased action of the system. With such change those complaints disappear. For Hronajr and Itropvlral ftwvlllna, thoy should he taken In large nnd frequent doses to produce tho effect of a drastic purge. For MiiiirpHion. a largo dose should be taken, as it produces tho desired effect by sym pathy. As a Bfnncr Pill, take ono or two Villi to promote digestion nnd relieve tho stomach. An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and bowels, restores tho appetite, and Invigorates the system. Hence it Is often advantageous where no serious derangement exists. One who feels tolerably well, olteo llnds that a dose of tlieso J'lll makes htm feel decidedly better, from their cleansing and renovating effect on the digestivo apparatus. rnKrAitED nr Dr. J. C. ATEIt Jt CO., Practical Chemist, LOWELL, MASS., U. S. A. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGIST8 EVERYWHERE. For Sale by G. G. MESSENGER, Druggist, llidgway, Pa. HALL'S VE3ETABLE SICILIAN mair ;wee. TCvfrv venr increases the nonu- larity of this valuable Hair Prep aration, which is due to merit alone. We can assure our old patrons that it is kept fully up to its high standard ; and it is the on ly reliable and perfected prepara tion for restoring Gray ok Faded Hair to its youthful color, making it soft, lustrous, and silken, i no scalp, bv its use, becomes white and clean. It removes all eruptions and dandruff, and, by its tonic proper, ties, prevents the hair from falling out, as it stimulates ana nounsnes the hair-glands. By its use, the hair crows thicker and stronger. in baldness, it restores ine capmary glands to their normal vigor, and will create a new growth, except in extreme old age. It is tne most economical Hair-Dressing ever used, as it requires fewer applica tions, and gives the hair a splendid, glossy appearance. A. A. Hayes, M.D., State Assayer of Massachu setts, says, " The constituents are pure, and carefully selected for ex cellent quality; and I consider it the Best Peeparatiox for its intended purposes." Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Medicines, Price One Hollar. Buckingham's Dye. FOR THE WHISKERS. As our Renewer in many cases requires too long a time, and too much care, to restore gray or faded Whiskers, we have prepared this dye, in one preparation, which will quickly and effectually accomplish this result. It is easily applied, and produces a color which will neither rub nor wash off. Sold by all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents. Manufactured by R. P. HALL & C0n NASHUA, NJL OHADA TlIE INGREDIENTS THAT COMPOSE KUSADAL1S are published on evory package, thore- lore it is not a secret preparation consequently PIIISICIAXS rHESCEIEE IT It is a certain euro for Scrofula, Syphilis in all its forms, Rheuma tism, Skin Diseases, Liver Com plaint and all diseases ot the lilood. ONE E0TTL3 OF BOSADALIS will do more good than ten bottles of the Syrups of Sarsaparilla. THE UNDERSIGNED PHYSICIANS have used Roeadalisintheirpractice for the pait three years and t: t ely ondorto it ma reliable Alterative and Blood Purifier. DR. T. C. PUGH, of Baltlmoto. 1)11. T. J. liOVKIN, DU. R. W.CAHR. ' UU. F. O. DANNKLLY, ' DU. J. S. SI'AItKS, f XicholasvllU, Ky. DJI. J. L. McCARTHA, Columbia, S. C. DR. A. B. NOBLES, Edgeccml), N. C. USES USD E2J30rvSLD BY J. E. FRENCH t tONS, Fall River, Mass. W. t.MITlf, Jwkwn, Mich. A. V. V.' HKKLi.lt, Lima, uhio. IS. HALL. I, nia.OJno. rriAVEN & CO., (i'.tdnnnvtlle, VS. SAM'L. O. Mci AUJJi., Wurlrees- boio, ici.n. Our spaeo will not allnr ei any oi. tpmled rc:iituka iu e!ittl'il ti ti.e virtucsof KosUaL. Totiio Meiiicnl Woiussii n m o Guarantee Fluid F.i: tract superior to any they hne ever usca 111 tr.o irv;iu.i iifc ci u.3ra. n Blood; and to tlieaffiirm! woay t:y Ui.sj.uhi, sua you will im tu.-voiLj to Lcaltu. Rosadal is sold Yf all Drnnrl3t, price ti.30 per ootiio, auuiu 13. clsz:::3 & co. Jlaiivtaclurivg ChrmUts, T0WELL& KIME. Powell & Kimc Having erected a large nod well arranged new Store House on the old site, since the fire, and filled it from ci'tlar to garret with the choicest goodi of all descriptions, that can be found in any market, are fully pre pared to roccivethelr old customers, and supply their wants nt bottom figures WOLESALS OR RETAIL. Their assortment is now oompletc, com prising DKY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY, HARDWARE, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, NOTIONS, cto., etc. PORK, FLOUR, SALT, Feed, Boans, Buttor, DRIED APPLES, duied;pk.vcues, Canned Goods, In short everything wanted in the Country by LUMBERMEN, FARMERS, ME CHANICS, "MINERS, TAN NERS, LAUORING.MEN, EVERYBODY ! Also a full itook of MANILLA ROPE of the best manufacture, of suitable Jsiies for rafting and running purposes. mil Arm m Ridgway, Pa., Um 2d, 1371 fJIIE SINGER Manufacturing Company. AT THE WORLD'S 1-AIR, Constituted by the homes of the people Received tho Great Award of the HIGHEST SALES ! And havo left all rivals far behind them, for they SOLD JJT IStO Ouo Hundred and Twenty-seven J housaod. I'jght lluudred and Thirty-three Machines! being more than forty thoutanti in advance of ctliir Kales ot the previovg year, nnd over forty-four thousand more than the tales of any other Company for 1 870, as shown ny tno loiiowing figures irnra sworn re turns of tin sale of Licensees. The Singer Manufactur ing Company sold over the Florence Sewing Machine Co., 101,173 Machines Sold over the Wilcox & Gibbs 8. M. Co., 98,943 do do do do do Sold over tho Weed Sew ing Mnchino Co., 92,831 Sold over the Orover & linker S. M. Co.. 70,431 Pold over tho Howo Ma chine Co., 52,67? Sold over the Wheeler & Wilson Man'fs Co., 44,021 nil ot which is mainly owing to the popu larity of what, is known as the 'NK.V FAMILY SEWING MACHINE," which is now fast finding its way into every weil regulated household. For Circulars giving full particulars of Machines, their Folding ('uses of many varieties of wood and finish, their Attachments for numerous kinds of work, which, till recently, it was thought that dolicato fingers alone could perform, as well ns particulars about all articles used by their Machines, such ns Twist, Linen Thread, Spool Cotton, Oil, &c, &c, apply to any of their Authorized Agents, or to TIIE SINGER MANUFACTURING 458 Broadway, New York. Philadelphia Office 1 106 Chestnut St. A. CUMMINOS, Ascot, Ridgway, I Vlnl0julyl3m7. CO., STI3IIEOSOOPES. VIEWS, ALBUMS, CIIllOMOS, FRAMES. E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO. 691 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, Invite the attention of tho Trade to their extensive assortment of tho above goods, of their own publication, and importation. Also, PHOTO LANTERN SLIDES and GRAPnOSCOPES. NEW VIEWS OF VOSEMITE. E. & II. T. ANTHONY & CO.. 691 Broadwsy, New York, Opposito Metropolitan Hotel, Importers and Manufacturers of PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS. vln'Jyl. NEW LIVERY STABLE IN V DAN SCRIBNER WISHES TO IN- form the CittzcDS of Ridgway, and the publie gocerally, that he has start eda Liv ery Stable and will keep GOOD STOCK, GOOD CARRIAGES and Buggiei, to let upon the most reasona ble terms. B,Ue will also do job teaming. Stable in tbe Brooks Barn, near the PostOffioe, on. Mill street. All orders left at the PostOffioe will meet prompt atten tion. Aug 20 1870. tf. X Li Revolvers! The New X L Revolvers, Ko. 1 22-100 Cal.. No. 2 82-100 Cul., short. No. 3 82 100 Cah.long, No. 4 38-100 Cal., for l'ocket Revolvers, are unsurpassed. They use the ordinary Copper Catridge and are beautiful in shape acd nniau. THE BALLARD DERRINGER, 41.100 Cal., has no equal as a Derringer. Full and complete stock of Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Ammunition and Sportsmen' Goods, Manufactured by JIERWIN & HTJLBEfiT, 83 Chambers and (i5 Reado Streets, Send for Catalogues. NEW YORK. U18wlO. my t CHARLES A. DANA, Editor. Zht grits Wff Svixu A Ncwsnoperof tho Present Times. 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RAILROADS- PHILADELrHIA It, EK1X EAILHOAD SUMMER TIM E TABLE. OXandafter'MONDAY. AUG!. 7fh, 1871, the ',tniins cn the Philadelphia & Lrie Railroad will run as follows: WESTWARD. Mail Train leaves l'hiln lelphia.. 7.10 p.m. " Ridgwuy 10.0.5 a. m. " " arrive at Krio 8.3 I p. m. Erie Exp leaves Philadelphia... 1.30 p. m " " " Kidgway 2;M a. m. " " arrive nt L'rie 7 40 a. m. Accomodation, leaves l'enova,...7.1" a. ni. " Ridgway,..j.4;i p. m. " nrr nt Kauo S.OUp. in. KASTWAItD. Mr,.l Tram leaves Lne 11.30 a. " " " Ridgway 4.52 p. ni. ni. in. tu. " " arrive at rmlad a... 7. -ill a. Erie Express leaves Utie 9.00 p ' Pidgwny... I.4U a. in. " " ar-nt Philadelphia.. 3.00 p. ni. ni. in. Accomodation, leaves Kiino 5X0 a. " " Ridgway... ".-" a. nrr at St. .Marys S.iitJ am. " leaves St. Marys 10.30 a iu. ' nrr at Kenovo O.-lDp. in. Mail Enst conuecis east and wett at Erie with L S & M S il W and at Corry and lrviucton with Oil Creek aud Alleghuny K 11 W. Mail West with west bound trains on I, S oi il S 11 W and nt Corry and Irvinctou with Oil Creek and Allegueny K H W. Warren Accommodation east and wept, with trains on L S and M S R east and west and at Corry with 0 C anil A 'Il 11 . fit ie Accommodation ll.ist nt Corry and I Irvinctou with O C and A It il W. JElmira Mail aud liiifiiilo Express ninlto clocc connection at Williiiinypurt with N C R W trains north nnd south. Calawissa pnssi'Dger trains will he run cast from Williainsport on F.I mini Mail. VM. A. HAI.bWlN. Oeu'l Sup't. NEW TIMK TAIJLlT Commencing Juno Oth, 1S7I. ALLEG IIENY VALLEY R. R. THE T.EST ROUTE BETWERS PITT3 BUtUM AND P01VT3 UN TIIE PHIL' A. & ERIE R. R. fiOINCI SOUTH. Day Express leaves Oil City at 2 10pm Arrives ul Pittsburgh 7 55 p m Night Express leaves Oil City 9 45pm Arrives ut Pittsburgh. 6 40 u nt Mail leaves Oil City 9 45am Arrives at Pittsburgh 6 00 p m noisii jinnr-H. 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