(Kill ajauntg galiiom.
UtNRT A. Tahsoss, Jr., - Editor.
THURSDAY, SF.PTEMtiSR 14,
DAVID STANTON, of Reaver Co.
llOBERT B. B3ATII, of Schuylkill.
Tim Republican Deiegatca, chosen to
Ynrct in Ridgway, July 10th, 1871, will
flense meet in tho Court House, nt
iUdpwty, THURSDAY, SEPTUM
21st, 1871, Bt 2 o'clock p. m.
Chairman County Committee.
The Democratic party has no inJsra
toity to offer for its past bad acts, and no
ecuritj to gie for its future pood con
duct. As a corscquencc, tho people do
Hot trust it, and therefore it will he de
feated at the ballot-box in October.
Last year, for the firs time, the Re
publican party carried Wyomiujr, elect
ing its Delegatj in Congress by a small
majority. This week there was an elec
tion for members of tho Legislature,
aind the indications aro that we carried
that body, which last year was unani
mously Democratic. There appears to
'be a very ceneral advanco along the
wkl. Una ("KnrrPv'R Press, 'ent. 9th. i
Elictiom returns from' California,
ays the Triluuc, dilfercnt from ordi
nary bulletins of victory, grow better as
they come. Wc are now assured of the
election of all three Congressmen, which
is a gain of two; and the Republican
nf tbn State is now nut at five j
AUtiJu. ..J --- I
thousand at least. In ten counties
Rooth is reported to have gained lour
thousand votes, as compared with the
Presidential election in 1 JSC'S. The
iotory is undoubtedly complete ami
inepiring, and is to bo considered '-thv
first gun for 1872."
TnE Pittsburg Ccxctfr says, vigorous
blows nt the Democracy aro being
driven by some of the ablest Republican
orators. Tho records of tho two partie;
are being scrutinized as they never were
before. The battle thw fall will bo one
tin finance, taxation nnd indebtedness.
Rigid economy is everywhere the rub
jf Republicanism, whilst the grossest of
oxtravaganae and corruption m.-nk tlx
.hteps of Democracy wherever they l.olo
the power. Judge us both by oui
records, and we will be eati?tied. Ui
der Republican rule debts divrease.
tuxtition is levelled and economy ir
every department is ius'fMcd on; under
Democracy, the reverse.
The Democratic papers are raking
groat hue aud cry over too Evans em
bezzlement at Ilairisburg.
This is done to withdraw attcution
from the iiunicuve frauds ol the Tum
uiauy ring iu Xew York, where tie
1 tern 01 ratio swindles have amouutcd to
nlinobt as mauy millions us thero arc
thousands iu the Evans affair.
The difference of the two parties is
strikingly exhibited iu the course of the
party papers respecting these frauos.
The Democratic papers have not t
word to say against the wholesalo swiu
dlers in New York, carried on for i
long series of years. They protect and
bolster up their thieves, on party
grounds. They aro willing that the
. people should be fleeced provided the
'money goes tuto the pockets ot JJcuiO'
The Republican papers denounce
fraud and swindling, no matter by whom
perpetrated. They make it to be un
derstood that a Republican office holder
who does wrong can expect do mercy at
The people can judge from this,
which is the safer party to have control
of public affairs. Telegraph.
It may not be generally known that
jthe government pays more to us army
pensioners than it does lor the support
.of eithor the army or navy. The fol
lowing are the figures for the present
year: War appropriation, gaO.OOU.UOl'j
. naval aDoroprmtion, 2U,0UU.UU0; pen
sion appropriation, 834,500,000. Of
'the amount appropriated for pensions,
$4,500,000 is lor the Butvivors of ine
war ot lolJ.
Robert Bonner is said to have 8278,
O00 worth of horses in his stable.
Mrs. Linoolns health ha3 been failing
ever since th death t ber&oo.
Tb.6 yield of honey in Minnesota is
aid to be be lurger than has been known
for many years.
Tfc drua nnt follow that a man who
bolts his food will have tho lock-jaw.
New Hampshire has emancipated
women so far. as to give her the privilege
cf jpay-ng 1'P-r otcu ;tu':i-
iiiui.k yn, New York, has a popula
tion of 3!t,oUU.
Mi. to i hun a million pounds of willw
lenf were nnide nt . frinj:hi lust
senpoii, and palmed off n preoti tea.
Enston people who nrp m donht as to
ihe best "watering p'nor" have got in
the habit fit asking the milkmen.
China exports ten, rliuWli, mush,
ginger, borax, zinc, silks, fai-sin, fili
grro wnifc, ivory ware, Jacketed waro
The New Hampshire compulsory edn
entioti law permits lintno instruction to
he substituted for '.lie twelve weeks'
Severe mmmrr droughts in the Miss
issippi valley have rendered that river
lower than it has been for nmny years
before. Cattle now roam where a few
iiion'hs ago steamboats went to and Iro.
Isinj'ks has been discovered nrar the
thrivini; German fctileniew, "Walhala,
iu P ekens cmintv R, C, and the mines
are being worked with a profit of from
four to ten dollais a day per hand.
The receipts ol fruit in San Fran
cisco iu one day. August 24, were 18,-
000 boxen and "jj.'iil baskets of peaches,
2,000 boxes of plumbs, 2,200 boxes ot
Rnrtlctt tind 800 of cooking pears, 1,
700 boxes of apples, 800 boxes of
grapes, 50 boxes of figs, and 25 of
1 r.tb npp'i".
We want '"000 active, enterprising.
thorough men an t women, to whom we
will Jrive constant work ind good pny. Wo
pvblNh the BEST BtiOKS.'we ffive our
npents the BEST TERMS. Tho best Bell
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rHE NEW DISCOVERY
Xa Chemical and iledical Science,
Dr. E. F. GARVIX'S
SOLUTION & COMPOUND ELIXIR
FIRST AXD OXf.Y SOT.TTTON Tfr mn.ln
In .me ruixtnrB nf AII. THK TWKLVK
thIuuoId fu-tivu nriuuiiuU Li lh-i wtllkuowa
V1SIZ TI5EE TAK,
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hr in VlTALtSI.NO. 1'UlUFVlNti i.nd M'l
MCLATIXU tffectti ujioa Ihe guueral system,
is renuirkjMv etfr'Ai-iou in all
DISEASES THE BLOOD,
includiuv .Sei-olula nuJ Eruptions of tiicBkln,
J-iypffpsia, Diseaja of the Liver and Kidneys,
Heart jUiacaje, aud livneiul Ucbiliiy.
ONE TRIAL CONVINCES!
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uml jU6itively curuuvu use in
All Dicascs of the osr, THROAT
Tar and Mandrake Pill.
for, U30 in conueption with tho El.IXIIt TAIt,
in a romhiriHtion of tho TAVO incut vuluabla
ALTEHAT1VK Meuicines known in the l'ro
feaaion. uud renders thin Vill without exceptioa
the vtTT bpst f ver oflureii.
The SOLUTION aud COiirOUXD ELIXIB of
is without doubt the Bt.t remody known in
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER.
It i n Hjpciflc for such disoasei, and should be
ktpt in tlie houehnlil of every family, especially
during tho) liiouihsiu which
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER
aro liable to prevail. A small quantity taken
daily will prevent contracting these terrible
Solution and Comnound Elixir, (1.00 per Bottle
Volatile Solution for Inhalation, (J.OOper Box
Tar and Mandrake Fills, SOcta per box.
StndforCircubirof POSITIVE CURES
to your Unifgist, or to
L. T. HYDE & CO.,
110 E. 22d at., A'ew
For Sale by
Gi G. MESSENGER, Druggist,
In the District Court of the
United Stales for the
Western District of I'eun
lu the mailer of John Fdrrer & Co.
Western District of Pennsylvania, 83:
At Hidsway. Pa., the 4th day of August
A. I). 1871. The Undersigned hereby
given notice of hid appointment us Assignee
of John Jr'ai-rer Co., of St. Mary's, in
the county of Lis, ana stare of l'enrsyl
vania, within said district, who have been
adjudged bankrupts, upon petition of their
creditor, by the district eourt of said
11. MeO lUfvEIT, Ai'gT, 4s.
4 n M
t u ulLio.n uk Li lu save :
It is one of the most remarkablo facts of
tins leiiiarxunlu u in, t i mi i to tunny
prKniiH ai I lie victim, of dyapopsiaur In
digeslinn. but. it willinp vietiins. Now,
we would not be understood to Fny t lint any
one rr-pnnls riyppt'pKin wiili-favni-. or feels
dispodcil to rank it amonjr llio luxuries of
inc. rnr troni it. Those who lmvo m-
pHiienep'l iis torments would scout mcli nn
idea. All 'Irpait it, nnd would plailly (lis.
pense with its unpleai-fltit faniiliiirilies.
Mm k Tiiplpy. who was Jolly under all the
trying oircuniytnnces in which he wnv
placed, never lnvJ nn attack of dyspepsia,
or his jolily would have speedily forsaken
Of all the multifarious diseases to which
the human system is liublc.
there is pprhnps no one so
generally prevalent ns dyspepsia. There
are dise ises more acute and painful, nnd
which more frequently prove fatal, but
none the cfleets of which lire so depressing
to the mind and so positively lisireHing to
Ihe body. If thore is a wretched being in
the world it is
A CONFIRMED DYSPEPTIC.
V!e have said that dyspepsia is perhaps
tlio most universal of human diseases.
This is implmtically the case :n the United
States. Whether this general prevalence
is duo to the character of the food, tho
method of its preparation, or the hasty
manner in vthioh it is usually swallowed,
is not. our province to explain. Tho ureal
f"t with which we are called to deal is
almost uuivci sally.
Nearly every oilier person you meet is n
victim, an apparently willing one: were
this not the case, why so many sufferers,
when a certain, speedy nnd sale remedy is
within tho easy reach of nil who will
avail themselves of it? Hut says n dys
peptic: What is this remedy? t ) which we
reply: This great nllevator of human
sullering is almost as widely known ns the
English language. It has alhiycl the
agonies of thousands, and is to-day carry
comfort and encouragement to thousands
of others. This acknowledged panacea is
not.e other than
Dr. IIOOFI.AND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Would you know more of the merits of
thiri wonderful prepai alinn than can be
h.nnod from the experience of others?
Try it yourself, nnd when it. ha failed to
fulfil the nsiiiraii' c ot its efficacy given by
the proprietor, then nhnmlim faith iu it.
LET IT I'.i: ItEinKMHEKED,
first of all, that IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN
BITTEI'.S is not, a rum beverage.
They ore composed wholly of the pure
juice or vital principle of roots. This is
not a met e unscitioii The cxlracts lrom
h ieh they are corn rounded are prepared by
one of the nb'est of (.ieriuaii chemists. Their
effects can be beneficial only iu all case3 of
the billiary MMem. llooll.tui's Oennaii
Bitters stand without au ciiual. nctirg
jnoniptly mid vigorously upon the liver;
they remove it torpidity mi l cause health
ful secretion of lule thereby supplying
the stomach with Hie lmt indispensable,
elements of sound digestion in prcper pro
portions. lhev purify tho lilonil, cipmsinir the
vital fluid of all hurtful impurities nnd su
planting them with the elements of genuine
ciw, there are certain classes ot per
sons to whom extreme liiiters arc not only
unpalatable, but who tind it impo-i!lo to
alio them wiihout positive discomfort. l or
itch Dr. JIOOFLAND'S GERMAN TON It!
ins been specially prepared. It is intended
for use where a slight -alcoholic stimulant
is require 1 iu couuecliou with the well
known Tonic properties of the pure Ger
acts with almost marvelous effect. It not
only stimulates ihe rlagiring and wasting
energies, but invigorates and permanently
tretigthens its action upon Ihe Liver
nd .Stomach thorough, perhaps less
prompt tiiau the littei-a, when the eame
tuiiititj is taken is none the Icms certain
Indigestion, Biiliousne's, Physical or Ner
yous prostration, yield readily to its po
tent iiinuence. It civcs I lie invalid a new
ami si longer hold upon life, lemoves le-
I'l'eisiun ot spirit, uml inspires cheeriul
ness, lin Xlr. lloollaiid's benefactions to
the human race are not confined to his
celebrated GERMAN BITTERS, or his
invaiuable Toxic, lie lias prepared an
.ther medicine, which is rapidly winnin;
iis way to popular favor because of its in
trinsic merits. This i IIOOFLAND'S
PODOPHYLLUM PILLS, a perfect substi
tute for mercury w ilLout any of mercury
These wonderful Pills, which are intend
ed to act upon the Liver, aro mainly com
posed ot Poclophylun, or the vital priuci
pie of the mandrake root. It is the medi
cinal virtues of this hcatth-civing plant, in
a pcriceMy pure aud highly concentrated
form. The Podophyllin nets directly on
the Liver, stimulating its functions and
causing it to make its billiary secretions iu
regular and proper quantities. The inju
rious results which invariably follow tho
uso ot mercury is entirely avoided by
their use. But it is not upon the Liver
only that their powers are exerted. Tho
extract of Mandrake contained in them is
skillfully combined with four other ex
tracts, ono of which nets upon the stomach
one upon the upper bowels, ono upon the
lower boweW, und prevents any gripitig
effect, thus producing a pill that influences
the entire digestive and ulimen'ary system.
in nn equnl and harmonious manner, and
its action entirely free from nausea, vomit
ing ""ping pains common to ull other
1 'usscssing these much desirable qualities
the Podophyllin becomes invaluable as a
No household should be without them.
They are perfectly safe, require but two
tor an ordinary dose, are prompt aud effi
cient in action, and wheu used in connec
tion with Dr. lloolland's German Bitters,
or Tonic, may be regarded us certair. spe
cifics in all eases of Liver Complaint, Dys
pepsia, or any of tho disorders to which
the system is ordidarly subject. The
act upon the stomach and bowels, carrying
off improper obstructions, while the Bitters
or Tonio purity the blood, strengthen and
invigorate the frimc, give tone and appe
tite to the stomach, and thus build up the
Dr. HoofUnd, having provided Internal
remedies for disease, has given the world
one mainly for external application, in the
wonderful preparation known as
Da. IIOOFLAND'S UUciEU OIL.
This Oil is a sovereign remedy for pains
and aches of alt kinds.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Toothache.
Chiltlaius, Sprains, Burns, Pain iu the
Back and Loius, Ringworms, etc, etc., all
yield to its external application.
Taken internally, it U a cure fur Heart
burns, Kidney Diseases, Sick Headaches,
Colio, Dysentery, Ciolera Morbus, Cramps,
Pains iu the Siomaoh, Colds, Asthma, etc
These remedies will be Bent by express
to any looality, upon application to the
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, at the GERMAN
MEDICINE STORE, Ne. C31 ARCH ST..
CHA3. M. EVANS, Proprietor,
Formerly C. M. JACKiON it CO.
T.i; Jit:ni lift irt for t ils by 'Sltrttjg'utt
Stortctr$l nixi Hfim.ii vcaiin tttry
trttrt, . rluClyl.
For Diseases of the Throat and Iiungs,
such as Coughs, Colds, Whoop lug
Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Among tlio great
discoveries of modern
science, few nro of
more real vnluo to
mankind than this ef
fectual remedy for nil
dlsencs of Ihb Throat
nnd Lungs. A vast
trial of its virtue.,
throughout this nnd
other countries, has
shown that it does
surely nnd effectually
control them. The testimony of our best ritl-
rens, of all classes, establishes the fact, that
CiiKimr Pkctoual will and does relieve mid
euro tho nfllicting disorders of tlie Throat nnd
Lungs beyond any other medicine. Tho most
dangerous affections of tho Pulmonary Organs
yield to its power; and cases of (oil'tnnp
tioil, cured by this preparation, nro public
ly known, so remarkable as hardly to bo be
lieved, wero they not proven beyond dispute.
As a remedy it is' adequate, on which the public
may rely for full protection. By curing Coughs,
the forerunners of more serious disease, it saves
unnumbered lives, and an amount ! snllenng
not to bo coinnuted. It challemros trial, and con
vinces the most sceptical. Every family should
keep it on hand as n protection against the early
mid unperceived attack, of Pulmonary Affections,
which nro cn-ily met nt first, but wiucli become
incurable, and too often fatal, if neglected. Ten
der lung need tint defence; and it is unwise to
be without it. As a safeguurd to children, iitnid
tho distressing diseases which besot flic Throat
nnd Chet of childhood, CiiKiuiY 1'i.ctohai,
is invaluable; lor, by its timely n, multi
tudes nro ren ued from premature craves, and
saved to the love and affection centred on thi ni.
It acts speedily and surely against ordinary cold",
securing sound anil health-rctormg sleep. No
one will stiller troublesome Influenza nnd pain
ful Uronchitis, when they know how easily
they can be cured.
Originally the product of long, laborious, nnd
successful chemical investigation, no cost or toil
is spared in makinir every bottle in the utmost
fiossible perfection. It may bo confidently re
ied upon as possessing all the virtues it has ever
exhibited, and capable of producing cures ns
memoraoie ns the greatest it lias over eiiecreu.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowe!!, Mass.,
Practical nnd. Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BT ALL DUUOGI3T3 EVERYWHERE.
i or Snio by
U. G. MlWEXfn R, rreggist,
Every year 'increases the poi Hi
larity of this valuable Hair Prep
aration, which is due to merit
alone. Wo can assure our ohl
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 or Faded
Haik to its youthful color, making
it soft, lustrous, and silken. Tho
scalp, bv its use, becomes white and
clean. It removes all eruptions and
dandrufli and, by its tonic proper
ties, prevents the hair from fulling
out, as it stimulates and nourishes
tho hair-glands. By its use, tho
hair grows thicker and stronger.
In baldness, it restores the capillary
glands to their normal vigor, and
will create a njv growth, except in '
extreme old age. It is the most
economical IIaik-Dressing ever
used, as it requires fewer applica
tions, and gives the hair a splendid,
glossy appearance. A. A. Hayes,
M.D., Stato Assayer of Massachu
setts, says, "The constituents aro
pure, and carefully selected for ex
cellent quality; and I consider it
the JBest Preparation for its
Sold by all Drvgnlata and Dealert in Medicines.
Price One Dollar.
FOB THE WHISKERS.
As our Kenewer in many cases
requires too long a time, find 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 &. CO.,
TlIE INGREDIENTS THAT
iCOMPOSE KOSADAMi? nro
.published on evory package, therc-
foro it is not a secret picparation,
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT
It is a certain euro for Scrofula,
Syphilis in all its forms, ft liciniu
tisin, Skin Diseases, Liver Com
plaint and all dijcatcs of the
ONE E0KL3 C? r.03ADALI3
will do more pood than ton holilcs
of the Syrups of Sar.panll.i.
THE UNDERSIGNED PHYSICIAN3
have u?ed Rosaduhsin tlioirprnctu-o
tor tha past three years ami t.ii i'y
endorse it as a reliable Allcralivo
and Blood Purifier.
DR. T. C. l'Unn, of Baltimore.
DK.T.J. UOYKl. "
I) II. R. M .CAHR. "
Dll. V. O. DANNKLI.Y, '
DH. J. S. SPAHK.S,! NlchcIssvUl,
DJl. J. L. McCAUTIIA, Columbia.,
DR. A. 0. NOBLES, F.dgecomb, N. C.
used AiiD k:do?.:id by
J. B. FRENCH lOr.S, Fall River,
W'. SMITIT, Jaclunn, Mil h.
. Wlihl-.Lj-.it. l.uoa, Oiiio.
B. It ALL. Lima. Ohio.
CRAVtN ii CO.. (innlonsville, Vl.
SA.U'L. G. Alci AULi..N, iUiulrtu
Our space will not allow oi ar.y pr.
tended remark iu jciaiuu i i,
virtueaol' RuMolalii. 1 wtl.e '' .lik
Profession w e guaiui'co a K'.n,a 1
tractanucriorto any they have ev
used in tho trea ment cf d.'.'usid
Blood ; and to thoaiitirtftl we w..y t: y
Rosaiialis, cud )oa will te rtnoiif
Rotadallr Is si.ld Yy allDnirlsts
priue $1.50 per buf.io. Auuru.
r3. CL?:!rr.:n t co
IPoweii & Kline
Having erected a large and well arranged
new Store House on the old site, since the
fire, and filled it from ct Uarlo garret with
tho choicest goods of n'l descriptions, that
can be found in any market, are fully pre
pared to reccivetlielr old customers, nnd
supply their wants ul bottom figures
WHOLESALE OH RETAIL.
Their assortment Is now complete, com-
II A RD WARE,
BOOTS AN'D SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
NOTIONS, etc., etc.
PORK, FLOUR, SALT,
Feed, Houns, Butter
Iu short evcrytU'tij w Rted In the Country
LUJ.BEr.MEJT, FARMER3, ME
CHANICS, MINEltS, TAX-
Also full atook of
of the best wanufaoture, or auitabl 'eiita
for rafting and running purposes, ,
IUdgvrsy, Pt., Mareli ad, 1871
AT THE WORLD'S JtAJIl,
Constituted by the homes of the people
Received the Great Award of the
HIGHEST SALES !
And hove loft all rivals far behind them,
Ouo Hundred and Twnnty-scvrn
Thousand, Kipht Iluudred and
be in fr more than forty tlmtimimi in advance
of clliir sales ot ihe previovs year, and
nrtr forty-four thousand more than the fates
of any othrr Company for 1870, ns tihown
by the following figures from bwoiu re
turns of ill a sale of Licensees.
The ijinger Manufnctur.
mg Couip.iny Holdover
the rloreuce bewinir
Sold owr the Wilcox
Gibbs S. M. Co.. 08,043
Sold over the Weed Sew-
ire Machine Co., 'J2.8C1
tiold over the Grover &
linker S. M. Co.. 70,481
eold over the Howe Ma
chine Co.. C2.C77
Sold over i lie Wheeler &
Wilson Man'fc Co., 44,024
i all of which is mainly owing to the ppu-
iar.lv or whnt is known ns the ".i t I
FAMILY SKVYIXQ MAC-MINK," which is
now taut find in a its way into cveiy well
regulated household. For Circulars giving
full particulars of Machines, their Folding
discs ol ninny variei les ot wood and finish,
their Attachments for numerous kinds of
woi'U. which, till recently, it was thought
that delicate fingers alone could perform,
i ns well as pniticilars about all articles
used by their Machines, such as Twitt,
l.inen Thread. Spool Cotton, Oil. &c. &c,
apply to any of their authorized Agents,
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,
4M Broadway, New York.
Philadelphia Office 1100 Chentnut St.
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.
o'Jl UKOADWAV, NEW YOK li,
Invito the attention of tho Trade to their
eximirive usHorltneut of the hhove noo Js, of
their okh publication, ana tmj'ortalivn
I'llOTO LANTERN SLIDES
NEW VIEWS OT YOSEJJITE.
E. i II. T. ANTHONY & CO..
C'Jl liroadway, New York,
Opposilo Metropolitan Hotel,
Importers and Manufacturers of
NKW LIVKKY STABLE
DAN SCRUJNER WISHES TO IX-
forra the Cittzeus of Ilidgway, aud tho
public gccerally, that he has btarteda Liv
ery Stable und will keep
GOOD STOCK, GOOD CARRIAGES
j and lSuggies, to let upomho most rcasouu
BUe will also do job leaning.
Stable in tho Brooks Earn, near the
Post Office, oa Mill street. AU orders left
at the Post Office will meet prompt atten
tion. Aug 20 1870. tf.
X Li Revolvers!
The New X L Revolvers. No. 1 22-100
Cttl., No. 2 82-100 Cel.. short. No. 3 02
J,00 Cad-long, No. 4 38-100 Co.!., for Pocket
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10 shape acd nmsli.
THE R ALL All D DERRINGER,
41-100 CaL, has no equal as a Derringer,
Full and complete stock of
Guns, Rifles, l'iatols, Ammunition and
o . .,
83 Chambers and G5 Reade Streets,
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PIULAIELIHIA & ERIE KAILE0AD
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
ON and afier MONDAY, ;AUO. 7lh. 1S71,
the trains on the Philadelphia Si
Erie Railroad will run as follows:
Muil Train leaves Philadelphia.. 7.10 p.m.
" " " Ridjiwny lO.M.i a. in.
" " arrive tit liiie :J.:M p. n,,
Erie Exp leaves Ph;iadi'lpliia...lJ p. m
" " arrive at Eiie
Accomodation, leaves llenova. .
" ' idKway,.
" air at Kni.e....
.7 !(! rt.
Mall Train leaves Eric ll.-ltl a. m.
ltidjfwa.v 4.;-.-l p. m.
" " arrive at Philud'u... 7.;!ll a. m.
..-r... i -, .....
trie x-xprees leaves 1.11c it.till p. m.
' " " rulgwuy... J.ii a. in.
" " r.r'nt Philnuelphia.. ;;.()() p. m.
Accomodation, leaves Kane 5.10 . m.
" Ridgwny... ".--I n. in.
" nrr ntSl. Marys X.:!0 am.
' leaves St. Marys 10.;!0 a in.
" fm r r.l Renuvo (i.Jitp. m.
Mnil EiiKt connects east nnd welt nt Erie
with L S & M : It W aud nt t'orry and
lrviuctou with Oil Creek nnd Allt'nlieuv I'
Mnil West Willi west bound trains on E
S '& M S It V.' uml at Corry and li'vinetoa
with Oil Creel; and Allegner.y R R V.
Warren AcxiniiiodiUioii eusi and west,
with ii-ains on L S und M S 11 east' and
west and at Corry with O O and A li R V.
Ktiu Accuiniiioilatinn East nt t'orry and
lrvini'toii with t) O mid A R R W.
Eliuira Mail mid i'.iitl'iilo Kxpros inak.
eli te coiiiicciion ul Williiunsport with N O
R W trains noiih and souih.
Caiuwin-a ptHisenp-r ivaiua will Icrurt
cast l'roui Wiliiiiiiisport on Elmira .Mail.
WM. A. EALIJU'lN.
NKW TIME TAULU.
Commencing June Cth. lb'71.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY R. R.
THE BEST ROUTE EETWEEN P1TT3
EUltfiH AND POINTS ON 'THE
PiilL'A. & ERIE R. R.
I'ny Express leaves Oil City ul 2 10pm
Arrives al Pittsburgh 7 55 j, m
Night Express leaves Oil City 9 45 p 111
Arrives at Pittsburgh G 40 a ni
Muil leaves Oil City 0 45 a m
Arrives al Pittsburgh 6 CO p m
Puy Express leaves Pi.tsburg at 8 3-j n nt
Arrives al un t;ity al 3 jj u m
Night Express leaves Pittsburgh 10 10 p m
Arrives at uu v.ny 5 jjj a m
Way Passenger leaves Pittsburgh 12 'M n nt
Aarrives at Oil City 7 43 p m
Close Connect lous made at Con v fur
Pittsburgh with trains East und West on
P. & E. R. R.
Pullman Pallace Drawing Room Sleep.
tug tars on Mglil i.xprets Trains betweou
Corry and Pittsburgh.
Ask Jor lickets via Allegheny Vullcv R.
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