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Km t IT ( i.ii y Ci v'ti f 4t TIIURSDAV, SF.FTEMUER 14, 1871. Rates of Advertising. One column, one year.. , $7K 00 4 " " " 40 on 5" " 2ft 00 " " " 15 00 Tran ient advertising parsqiure of eipht. lines or less 3 limes or less 2 00 Business cards, ten lines or less per your 5 00 Mnrriagos and Death notices inserted gratis. Elk Loage, A. Y. M. Stated meetings of Elk Lodge will he hell at- their hall on tin second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. g. l. Mccracken, seo'y. Temple of Honor and Tcmoerance. P.lkton Tomplo No. PI, meets on mMi alternat. o Thursday, at. their Lodiro Room, on .Main Street, over J. V. Honk's store. II. A. PARSON'S, V. ft. Car Time, at Kidsicay. Erie Express Fast..., do do West.... do Mail Enf do do West .. 1:40 A. tn. .. 2:20 a. m. .. 4 :"2 p. in. .10:05 a. in. .. 7:2!) n. m. Local Freight Rust.... in do West 6:50 p m. Ar,L any wore- Blackberries. Sice to it at once that you are regis tered. Ulank notes for sale at the Advo cate office. Several showers of rain last Satur. day. I'LKTnN Temple of Honor will meet this evening. Tiif.iik was a heavy Irost Friday night of last week. here on There was u very pleasant 'hop" in .Messenger's Hall la:-t Thursday. Fifty" visiting cards Advocate office. fov 81 at the Tun Elk J):iwrral completed its second year last week. It. II. Coats is f litting up dwelling house on South Sheet. a new A. Cu.MMTNi;ti is huviug his house on the hill ropaiutel J. S. IItub is building n new beard ing house on East street, the iVauic of which is up. TriEHK are hcvmai dangerous phicos in tho side walks about'town that need repairing. Patronizk home industry and got your piiuting dona at the Advocate office. I) AS. SriniliSKH, h:n moved from Mill street to tile house lately occupied by G. L. MsOr.Hiken on tjeutre street. Tat Mc('ou.MICIv, the engineer who was injured in the uecidjut ut VYestport. is reported as recovering. Frank. Ili.v has one of Joh's cutn furtern on tho side of his f'.ico, and knows "how it is himself" now. Gexk. of the Lvmocrut, had the little firmer of. his riaht hand put out of joint, in two places, duriug the gauie at Erookville. Rev. C. M. 11 baud, formerly pastor of the M. K. Church at this place, h is been appointed, by the lata Confetence, to Plcasantville; Pa. Rill Heads, Letter Head, Envel opes, Tags, Receipts, Business Cards. Rail Tickets, etc., piiutcJ at tho Advo cate office. Curt, of tho Gazette, p.iii us a visit last Monday. Ilia hat looked well enough but the rest of his clothes looked as though they hadn't got over the effects of going blaekberryiug ou Sunday. New Goods. Powell and Kimo are receiviug one of tho largest stock of new goods ever brought into this place. Their stock consists of Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Dress Goods, and, in fact, evcrthing that is liable to be needed iu this section of country. It is worth while to go and see their stock of goods' eveu if you do' not wish to purchase. . Enoch and Johu are always on haud ;q wait ou customers in the latest French style. Circus, (i. G. Grays' old fashioned American Circus will exhibit at Itidg way on Thursday, Sept. 25th, 1S71. There will be a free balooa ascension every day froiu the grounds occupied by the cotupauy. , Prof. Fisher not only makes the ascensiou but actually per forms ou a trapeze suspended beneath a baloou. Such of out readers as wish to see a sight worth seeiug will do well to be on hand on the day of the exhibition. This circus is pronounced to bo one of the best traveling, and with tha baloon ascensiou it is well worthy of going to see. By referenoo to our advertising columns and the bulletin board facing the Hyde House, our readers can inform themselves as to further purticjlars, Thayer & Haoerty are receiving a large Mock of Fall and Winter goods which they are going to dispose of at prices calculated to surprise even the 'oldest inhabitant." Hand Raw.d. Last Thursday, 7th inst., Daniel Turley, working at Grant's mills this county, had two fingers of his left hand taken off by an edger. Tho wound was dressed by Dr. Bordwcll who pronounces it a bad one. The result of the election in Maine, on the 11th inst., is most gratifying and glorious for tho Republican party. The majority on the State ticket will exceed that of last year by some 2,000 or 3, 000, instead of being deccased as the Democrats fully hoped it would be. Dr. G. Wiiifflh showed us some specimens of teeth, two of which he ex tracted for C. 1 1. Cody of this place, and two for W. Colling of Kane, which measure lrora one inch to ono inch and a fourth in length. The Doctor says it took some hard pulling to bring them out. Two Corfs of engineers are now at work on the line of the railroad between hero and Port Allegany. One corp is engaged on the grades approaching tho summit in tho vicinity of the Forest House, while the other is staking out the road bed from Port Allegany towtrdt the summit. Everything is working finely and measures are being adoptud to puh forward tho work with energy. Emporium Independent. The great cause of so many young people being gray headed is cn account of their having used the vile compounds which have flooded the market so long Nature's Hair Rcstotative is a sure remedy for this. Clear as crystal; uo poison; perfectly sweet, cleau and re liable. All druggists sell it. See ad vertisement. Fracas. Last Saturday evening there was a free fight near Osterhout's new taunery, in which several of the participants had their eraniuras consid erably damaged, and some of them will z" one eye on tbinirs generally for some time yet to come. Oue of the ti'.nnery employees had been married that day, and in the evening tTiey were laving a dance when a little disturbance, superinduced by too liberal a supply of b enzino," occurred resulting us sta'.ed. I'r. Hartley says he worked until 12 )'cIoek Saturday night dressing broken head?. Base Ball. Affrit vt. Light fjots. Tht Awrts batliy hrit,n -l Hujrmilj Mnfin Came. The Alerts, of this place, sustained a tremendous defeat at the hands of the Lightfoot club, of Brook vii'.e, on Saturday last. The former elub left here cm Friday accom panied by a few friends, and arrived in Brookviile by six o'clock, where they were met by members of the Ligh tfout club at the American House. Friday evening and Saturday morning whs speut in sauntering around and viewing tho town, and on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock both clubs appeared on the ground ready for play, Mr. 0. i. Rich ards having been chosen umpire, play was called at 2:45 with the Lightf'octs ut the bat, the Alerts havir.g won the toss. It is unnecessary for us to give a de tailed accouut of the game from its nitre tediousn ess. It was long and Un interesting, made to by the bad playing of the Ilidgway boys. We havo seen the Alerts play a good game of ball, and had some hopes that they would sustain their hitherto good reputation at baud ling the ball and bat, but we must say that the playing indulged iu by them ou Saturday, would havo disgraced a nine that never saw a base ball. To be sure, the Alerts played at a disadvantage, several of the players were out of con dition; the grounds were not what would be called fair grounds, being "bounded on one side by the river (into which balls were repeatedly kuocked), and on the other side by a corn field. This, added to other disadvantages, led them to play the worst game ot ball they were ever guilty of playing. The re turn game will be pl.iyed iu this place iu the course of a few weeks, when we hope to see the Alert boys make a letter und wore creditable show than they did at Brookville, as we know they can and should do it. The score tell tho do feat in plainer figures: ALEUTS. LruBTFOOT. o. b. o. a. Jones, c. 8 Steck, 1st b. 2 0 C.Khines, 3db. 4 1 Hhowalter, L f. 5 6 Miller, s. s. 5 2 Brown, o. 3 8 Lull, 1. f. 2 Palmiter, r. f. 4 7 Ilealy.2db. 2 8tfoott. p. 1 7 J Rhines,lst b. 8 2 Henderson, s.r. 3 ij Horton, r. f. 2 4 Stejuer, 2d b. 8 4 Curtiss, p, 2 4jCraig, 8db. 4 tl O.Uhines, c. f.. 8 2 Bishop, c. L i 8 27 23 27 61 rSNINGB. 1 2346678 fl Alcrts.-3 1 6 4 1 3 0 0 C 23 Lightfootg 3 13 8 6 7 6 2 4 10-61 8corers Alerts, C. H. Blade; Lightfoots, Mr. Carlie'.e. S:hU7lMU County Politics. . Pottsvi'.lc, Sept- 9. The people of Schuylkill county, looking to an inde pendent judiciary, have nomlonted Judge Souther, now on the Schuylkill county bench, for additional law judge of that district, and Nicholas Leitsingei, Esq., of Tauiaqua, lor Associate Judge of tho county. The Republicans of Schuylkill had made no nominations upon their ticket for these two offices, looking to this action by the peoplo independent of party; and as the Democracy Lave nominated niero party hacks, the elec tion of Messrs. Souther and Leitsiingcr is a foregone conclusion. Judge Souther is very popular on the bench, and has been a moderate Republican, while Mr. Leilzinger, no less popular, and of the tieople has been a moderate Democrat. Ion. F. W. Hughes, of Pottsville, is among the lend;ng Democrats who fa vors this movement. This will render tho campaign in Schuylkill lively and interesting. The Natural Wealth of Penn sylvania. The agricultural and min eral resources ot the State of Pennsyl vania ure almost beyond computation, and I had a vivid impression both of the size and natural wealth of my adopted State in a it-cent trip from Allentown to the "oil regions" From here to Maueh Chunk the Lehigh river bank is dotted with blast furnaces; then you wind up through the Lehigh und Wy oming coal regions; then up tho north branch of the Susquehanna, wiihuu "in terval" that rivals a Western prairie; then along through southern New York, just above and parallel with our northern tier . ot counties, until you come iuto Pennsylvania again and get into a region where nothing is talked about or thought about but oil wells. Push on through the oil producing dis trict and the bituminous coal fields will soon be reached, and then you will have se.m something of Pennsylvania and her natural wealth. With a little more tf the New England lanufacturiug en terprise and industry established iu this State, it will be as near perfection as can bo well reached in this.imperlect world, and wi'l easily be able to subsist ten millions of people instead of three. Springfield (Mass.) Republican. Flues. The tiiuo of year being nt hand for persons to put up stoves, it behooves all to examine their flues and chimneys, and see that theyare secure against communicating fire to their buildings. Acting upon this timely hint, they may save their property from destruction, or, perhaps, the life of u dear relative or friend. A word to the wise i.sullicicot. A WordAuout Coal. Those who are now layiug iu their stock of coal lor winter use, are, no doubt, exceedingly aunoyed by the huge uiuouut of uu.it which it contains, gaud which iu the process of unloading, completely covers everything in the coul cellar. All this can bo obvialedjby throwing a pail or two of water onjj eucli load bet'oio it is thrown iuto the cellar. This not only prevents the dust from circulating, but also improves the coal lor .burning, by washing out the fine pieces and the dust. This is simple and easy. Trjit. SHERIFF: WE are cm! naino of iliurizcd to announce Hit) C It. SEXTON, of St. Mary's, as an IXD3PEX DENT candidate for I he othoe of lliKh Sheriff of Elk County. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS .UK, SALE. I'ho villncre pioperty, formerly owned by Dr. W. Shaw , at (.enireville, Elk Co., l'a. Consif ting of a two story house with Drug Store attached. For sale by 1)11. J. R. DO RDWELL, n2t;if. I'idgway, Elk Co. Ta. Terms easy, part cash and balance on time. A good location for a physician. DAGUSCAII01TDA ! RAILROAD. From and af.cr Monday, May 29lh 1871. Trains will run on this Road as follow?: Leaves Earlcy 7.10 a. m., arrives at Daguseahouda Juoetion 7 45 a. m., con nects with Local east 7. 50 a. rn., and Mail west 0 50 n. iu. Leaves Dagusca honda 10.20 a. ni., arrives at Earlcy 11 00 a. ru. Leaves Eariey 4.00 p. ui., arrives at Daguscahonda 4 50 p. in., connecting with Mail cast 5.05 p. tu., and Local west 5.21 p. m. In case P. & E. train:: are late, Daguscahonda train holds tweuty minutes beyond the above time. Tickets should always be procured before leaving stations. 0. R. EARLEY, Sup't. -lONG JjMFTY dollaKS Worth of Mus'e FOIl 8 3. Subscribers to Pa- H0 A New School Book, by 11. S. PeRKiss. tebs Musical Mon Price $7.60 per uoz thly are getting their Contains over two'Musio for less than hundred new and beautiful Songs, Du ets, etc.. by Will 8. Hats, W it b s t b. Thomas, etc Every thing is new, fresh, two oenli a piece Those who have not seen this Musical Magazine should send 30 ceuu for a sample oopy. The niusio is by Hays, Tuomas, KlXKKL, I'URSLIV, and other popular writers. Two back numbers for 40 cents. Four hack cumbers for 75 cents. and sparkling. Con tents and specimen pages sent free. 8am- oopies mailed free of postage to teachers for Co oents. Liberal terms for introduce lion. Address, J. L. FETS&S, 959 Broadway, Nov York, vlnlltf. CiUCUS ! G.-G. Grady's OLD FASHIONED AMERICAN CIKCUS1 REORGANIZED AND ENLARGED FDR THE SEASON OF '71. MR. GUADY takes pleasure In introduc ing to his many friends one of the most comple'e and hest organized circus com panies now traveling. In addition to the regular eircus performance, ho has secured tho services of the great Gymnast aud .Eronaiit I'RPF. CHARLES FISHER, Who has teen engaged to perform the samo wonderful fcafs as his lamented predecessor, Prof. Torres, who was tcceutly drowned at )ias.iiion. Ohio. Ascension Every day, from the prounds occupied by the company, l'rof. Fisher not only makes the ascension but Acfually. Performs on a Trapeze Sus pended Beucath a Baloou While ascending! The wonderful feat is acknowledged by the press and public to bo tho GRANDEST SIGHT EVER. WIT NESSED. This is no humbug, or catch to deceive tho public, but is performed precisely as ad vertised. Is composed of many of the most Celebrated Artists iu the Profession, Among whicli will be found tho following COUPS E'AHENA. T II E PER R Y F A M I L Y MK. E. W. TERRY, Tho celebrated Two and Four Horse Rider, BABY JULIA, TLe Infant Equestrienne mm The Beautiful aud Daring Equestrienne. BELMONT BROTHERS, Gymnasts and Acrobats, E M I L 0 TORRES, Double Tiapezo and Horizontal Ear. MILLER BROTHERS, Double Trapeze and Gymnasts. G E O 11 G E ANDREWS, Tho Great Contortionist, or India Rubber Man. M. EUGENE MARTIN ERE, Juggler and Chinese Knife Thrower, FOUR GKE.iT CLOIiWS J HAPPY JACK LAWTON, The People's Favorite Clown, and Shakcs perian Jester, CHARLES GRADY, Clown and Humorist. C T. HOWARD. Yankee Commedian and Comic Clown. EMIL10 TORRES, Trick and Pantomime Clown. Admission, - 50 Cts. Children not 10 years of age 25 Oents. Bear in Mind the Day and Date. Ridgway, THURSDAY, SEPT. 21st. ST. MARY'S, Friday, Sept 22d. EMPORIUM, Saturday, Sept. 23d. Afternoon aud Evening, at 2 and 7 o'clock, P. M. F. C. PRATT, G eneral Agt. WMmw Frso Baloon ' ' ' " BtraiiiiSrciC " ; Leaving the East and arriving at Chicago or Indianapolis, ow shall wo rcsch the West? The best Line is ac knowledged to be the C, B it Q . joined together with the B. it M. Hailroad by the Iron BriJgo at .Burlington, and called the Builington Route, The Main lino of the Route running to Omaha, connects wilh the great Pa cifio Roads, and forms to-day the lead ing rome to California. The Middle Branch, entering Nebraska nt Platts mouth, passes through Lincoln, the State Capital, and will "this year be finished to Fort Kearney, forming the shortest routo across tho Continent by over 100 miles. Another branch of the B. M., di verging at Red Oak, falls into a lino 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, aud, by a slight divergence, can see Nebraska also. Lovers of fine views should remem ber the Burlington Route, for its towns "high-gleaming from ofar" its tree fringed streams its rough bluffs aud quarries its corn-oceans stretching over the prarics further than tho eye can' reach. Land-buyers will be sure to remem ber it, for they have friends among the two thousand who have already bought farms from Geo. S. Harris, the Laud Commissioner of the B. & M. R. R. at Burlington, Iowa, or among the four thousand homc-steaders and prc-eniptors who last year filed claims in the Lincoln land office, where "Uncle Sam is rich enough to trive us all a farm." $1,000 REWARD ! A reward of Otio Thousand Dollars will Is paid to any Physician who w ill produce a medicine that will supply tho wants of the people better than tho article known as It It. F.MBl.VWS Csletratei Blood Cleanser or Piacsa. It must be a better Cathartic, a better Alter ative, a better Sudorific, a better Diuretic, a better Tonic, and in every way beiter than the Pan-a-ce-a. No matter how long it has been in use or how lately discovered. Above till it must not contain anything kot l'LUKLY VEUETAULE. $5.00 REWARD!! A reward of Five Hundred Dollars will bo paid for a medicine that will perma nently care more cases of Costiveucss, Constipation, Sick or Nervous Headache, Liver Complaint, Bilious Disorders, Jaun dice, Rheumatism, Gout, Dyspepsia, Chills and Fever, Tape V0r1113, Boils. Loins, Side aud Head ani I'an.ih Complaint than DR. ttlSRjri2rS BLOOD CLEANSER OR PANACEA, which is used more extensively by practic ing physicians than any other popular medicine known. For Salebv G. G. MESSENGER and WHIPPLE & HARTLEY, Ridg- way, Pa. vln22yl. JpilOPOSED AHEOTMSXT TO THE CONSTITUTE CP PEiTNSYlVASIA. JOINT ItESOLl'IlON Proposing an amendmend to tho Constitu tion of Pennsylvania. Be it Rftolvcd li the Senate and House or Renrttrntativet of the Commumviaith of Vim mluiinia in Genera! Asutmbh met. That the followine amendment of the Constitu tion of Commonwealth be proposed to the UcotJle for their adoption or rejection, pur suanl to the provisions of the tenth article thereof, to wit: AMENDMENT. Strike out the Sixth Section of the Sixth Article of the Constitution, and insert in lieu thereof the following: "A State Treasurer shall be chosen by the qualified electors of the State, at sufth times aud for such 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. Approved the fifteenth day of June, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and seventy-one. JNO. W. GEARY. Prepared and certified for publication pursuant to tlie tcntu article or me iou Btiiutiou. F. JORDAN, Secretary of the Commonwealth. Office See'v of the Commonwealth , 1 12t. Harrishurg, July 5th, 1871. J 1 2 0 JF YOU WANT TO BUY GOODS CHEAP 00 TO THAYER & IIAGERTY Main Street, Eidgway, Pa. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAFS, GLASS AND QUEENS WARE, WOOD AND WILLOW.WARE, TOBACCO. AND CIGARS. A Large Slock of Groceries and Provisions. The BEST BRANDS of FLOUR Constantly on hand, add sold as cheap as the CHEAPEST. TIUYER 4; ITAOERTY, vial W. S. SERVICE GO AND SEE! IT WILL PAY! THZ LARGEST STOCK OF THE BEST-SO OTHER IN STOCK s to si HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS IN ENDLESS "VARIETY. PRICES WILL SUIT I GOODJS WILL PLEASE! SELL SMIiP! STOVES DELIVERED AND SET FREE! FliEE! FREE! CALL AND EXAMINE! A PLEASURE TO SHOW GOODS! W. S. SERVICE, No. 1 Masonio Hall Huilding, Ilidgway, Pa. NATURE'S II'.IR RESTORATIVE Contains no LAC SULPIIUH-Ho SUGAR OP LEAD Ho LITE AEGE-No NITRATE 0? SIL VER, and is entirely free from the Poisonous ana Heaha-dsstroying .unigs usea in otner Eair Prepara tions. Transparent and clear as crystal, it will not noil me nnesl latino, perfectly safe, clean and efficient, desidoratums long sought fqr and found at last! It restores and prevent the Hair from Deconiing oray, imparls a soft, glossy, ap pearance, removes Dandruff, is cool and refreshing to the head, checks the Hair trom falling off, and restores It to a great extent when prematurely lost, prevents Headaches, cures all ' humors, cutaneous eruptions, and unnatural heat. As a diessing for the hair it is the best article iu me market. Dr. U. Smith. Patentee, kvar r.. Prepared only by PROCTER BROTHERS. Gloucester, Mass The genuine is put up jmuEi ooiue, raauo expressly lor it, wilh the name of the artiole blown in the glass. Ask your Druegist for Nature's uair licstorative, and take no other. ChiT'&ena two three cent stamps to Procter Brothers for a "Treatise on the 1'uman Hair." The information tt con tains is worth 5500,00 to any person. FOR SALE BY G. G. MESSENGER, DRUGGIST, Main Street, Ilidgway, Fenn'a. vlnllyl. The must Complete liuatnvss v..rbomueiuntu Mules). Affording facilities for acquiretng a thorough practical business rln.t!nn poiseteed by no other School in the country Since its incorporation in 1855, nearly SixteenThousand Students, representatives from every State in the' Union, have attonded here. No vacations. Studenti enter at n time, and receive private instructions throughout the entire course. . o. Uroi'irs with full particulars and All necessaw . inf. roiMt.nu, i n k Mrs ii.g I Jj.'.llii u U i'. i-i i. 11B, - -rT.ii'h'nt, a'a BUSINESS CARDS. "I TENRY SOOTHER, Attorney-t Law J X ftmgway, l'a. (feb29'6.8), j 1 A. RATHBtW. Attornev-at-Latf JT RidgwsyPa. , z 2 tr. JOHN 0. HALL, Attorney at law, Ridgs way, Elk county Pa. mar-22 601 4 S. HILL, Physician and Surgeon Kt-rBey, Elk Co. Pa. J 0. W. 11AILEY, ATTORNEY-ATLAW. vln21yl. Ridgway, Elk County, Pa. EYNOLOS HOUSE, EEYNOLESVILLE, JEFFERSON 65, PA, H. S. BELNAr, PnorruEToa . JS. Bordwell, M. D. Eelectio rhysicad . Office and residence opposite the Jail, on Centre St., Ridgway, Pa. Prompt nttcntion will be given to all calls. Offioe hours: 7 to 8 A. M-; 12 to 2 P. M. : and (J to 7 P. M. Mar. 22, CO-tf. C. II. FULLER, BOTANIC PHYSICIAN, RmowAT, .Fa. Residence and office opposite tho Thayer" Houso. m S. HARTLEY. M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Ilidgway, Pa. Office in Walker's Building. Special attention given to Sureerv. Office . hours from 8 a. m. to 10 p. in. Residence on .nam etrcet., west end. All calls promptly attended to. vln2yl. G. MESSENGER, Jf Druggist an nd Parmaceufist, corner Main and Mill streets, Ridgway, l'a. A. full assortment of carefully selected For eign andsDomcstic Drugs. Prescriptions' carefully dispensed at all hours, dtiy or night. vlnSy. CHARLES HOLES, Watchmaker, Engraver and Jeweler Main Street, Ridgway, Pa. Agent for the Jlowe Sewing Machine, and Morton Gold Pen. Repairing Watches, etc,,, done with the same accuracy as heretofore. Satis faction guaranteed, vlnly. W. C. HEALY. DEALER IN EEV GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, PRODUCE, FRUITS, &c. vluStf. West End, Ridgway, Pa. HYDE HOUsij " Rtnow.tT, Elk Co., Pa. W. II. SCI1RAM, Proprietor. Thankful for the patimige heretofore so liberally bestowed upon him, the new proprietor, hopes, by paying strict at tention to the comfort nnd convenience of1 guests, to merit a continuance oi the same. Oct 80 1809. M ORTON HOUSE, F.RTP.. T A . M. V. Moore, (lotc of the Jlyih House) l'roj)iicfor. Open 13 ay and Night- DUS. BORLAND & Sr. CLAIR, fiiaxkmx, IV., Give special atten tion to Chronic diseases, nnd thoso pecu liar to women and children. Dr. Borland, diagnoses discscs by nn ex amination of the mine, nnd by this Old German wethad has successfully treated thousands of cases without seeing iheiu. rpim OLD BUCKTAIL-S HOTEL, X Kane, McKeau Co., Pa. R. E. LOOKER, Proprietor. Thankful for the patronage, heretofore BO liberally bestowed upon him. the new pro prietor, hopes, by paying sirict attention to tho comfort and convenience of guests, to merit a continuance of tlio some. The only stables for horses in Kane and well kept night or Jay. vln23yl. ITAI,T, & I3RO. Attorneys - at - Law ST. MARY'S, ELK CCriTTt RT3J3fl7AfflA. JOitNO. HALL.. ....... JAS. R. f. HAL& DR. G. WHIPPLE, Dental Surgeon. Omce ill Walker's Building. All kinds of dentistry done in the best style, and all work warranted. Ho will visit Kane on the 1st, 2d, and 3d: Wiloo nn tl.n inn. 11th, and I2th St. Mary's on the 21st, 22d, and 23d of each month. At all other" times he can be found at Lis office iu Ridgway. Pa. vln2vl. KERSEY HOUSE, CbntbsvIlik, Elk Co.. Pa. Joiin Collins, Proprietor. Thankful for the Dalronn so liberally bestowed upon him, the net proprietor, hopes, by paying strict at tention to the comfort ATit ftin vans a of guests, to merit a continuance of thtf same. J II. W1LBER, FRUIT DEPOT- Maiu St. (Holes' New Building), Ridg. way, Pa. Peaches, Arples, Wattermelons.. t;n apples, Cuouuibers, Tomatoes, and a gen--' eral assortment of fruit aept ou hand and received daily. vinltr. established in 1830. WELCH & GRIFFITHS' Saws! Saws! Saws! SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS, Axes, Files, Cast Steel, Mill Furnish ings, and Machinery. teGet the BEST, they wiU prove th cheapest. Trices redueed. Scad forprioe List anrt vireuiara. WKLC'I a GRIFFITH r t:i? , C1- LV.r; tV' viour.s.