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TIkHRY A. Parbonb, Jr., Editor. FOR GOVERNOR, HON. HENRY SOUTHEB, OP SCHUYLKILL COUNTY. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1872. Headquarters Republican Statk Central Committee or Pennsyl vania. Philadelphia, Feb. 5, 1872. In pursuance of the resolution of the Republican State Central Committee, adopted at llarrisburg Jan. 18, 1872, a Republican State Convention, composed of Delegates from each Senatorial and Representative District, in the number to which such District is entitled in the Legislature, will meet iu the Hall of the House of representatives, at Harrisburg, at 12 o'clock, noon, on Wednesday, the 19th day of April, A. D. 1872, to nomi nate candidates for Governor, Judge of the Supreme Court, Auditor General (should the Legislature provide for the choice of one by the people), and an Klectorial Ticket; and also to elect Senatorial and Representative Delegates to represent this State in the Republican National Convention, to bo held at Philadelphia, June 5, 1872. RUSSELL ERRETT, Chairman. HOH. 8. V. SCOFIELS. We notice that the name of this dis tinguished gentleman is mentioned in different parts of tho State in connexion with the nomination for the Vico Presi dency, on the Republican ticket. We would regrit to part with Judge Scufield n.1 vuiy uiiuicuiuia jcpiuacuiauvc iu v,uu- grcss, and cannot but feel that it would be difficult to find among the many able Republicans in the district, a man who could so well and ably look after the in terests of the District, the State and the Nation, as he. He has been elected five consecutive terms, and has represented the district for the ten years past with great ability, and entire satisfaction to tho people. During all the time he has served in Congress no man has stood higher. During the dark days of the bloody slave-holding rebellion, he stood side by side with the lamented Lincoln and was looked upon by the President as one of the ablest aud most patriotic members of the House. But for the powerful eo-operation of such men as Scofield in the popular branch of the government, President Lincoln, with all his patriotism and power, could never have succeeded in crushing out that i gantio rebellion; and our country, to day, instead of being a power on earth, would have been a by-word and a re proach; a second Mexico and liberal government would have beei damon strated to be a failure. It would be but a fit tribute to the worth; the great ca pacity, and the large experience of Mr. Scofield to accord him the position named. His name, too, would bo a tower of strength to the ticket in this State. We trust the Republican nominating convention will sea to it that the vote of Pennsylvania is secured to the Republi can party, by giving to Mr. Scofield the second place on the Presidential ticket The Democrats seem to fancy that because they have talked right once they aro going to get some Republican votes. Do they think the man who has for the first time professed corrcc principles is better than the man who always practiced them? State Journal. The smallest salary paid in New York State to a clergyman last year was A western editor, who doesn't know much about farming anyway, suggests that for garden making a ost-iron back, with a hingo in it would be an improve ment on the ypinal column now in use The same "girl who wouldn't marry a meohanio who turned out to be a Gov ernor," is again going the rounds after a ten years' silence. Don't be uneasy girls, if you don't want to marry a mo ehanio, why don't do it. Perhaps on editor will eomt along en of thete days. The town of Londonderry, N. II., holds its charter on the condition of giving the Governor of the State a peck of potatoes every year, and pays the Iienal.y of its oorporate existences regu arly. It is an old custom derived from the mother country, and is kept up as if the welfare of the town and of the Governor's family depended on it. "Somebody whistled. Teacher call up big boy on auepioion. Big boy comes up and hold oat his hand, sullen and eavaee. Noble little boy comes manfully forward and aays: 'I'm the little boy that whistled, eir,' at the same time holding out hit) hand. Teacher simmer down and lets thein both off. Mm. -Noble little boy thought tpocher wouldn't link him if he told the truth, an l kuew tao bifl boy w!i if hj didn't" (RiBNtnn Ki r March. The Mmch neruber of Scribner's is bright with picture, story, and poem. George Alfred Towntend gives us, in the lead ing article, a glimpse into that piotur esrjue and romantic, but hitherto little known region, tho "Chesaptnke Penin suIm," many of the rccompanying illus trations being particularly bright and attractive. llayard Taylor has an inter esting article on "The Heart of Arabia," with effective pictures; and Mr. Townley contributes entcttainitig sketches of the celebrated artists, Page and Hierstadt, in his illustrated series ol "Living American Artists." Noah Rrook's ac count or "The Cruise of tho Balboa" is a curious and graphic talo, founded upon fact; and from Susan Coolidge we have a tender littlo story, entitled "In the Rrook." The third of Warner's deli cious "Ruck-log Studios," "t'utistics of Statira,"by Mrs. Sherwood, and an ar ticlo by Win. O. Stoddard, throwing light, by means of the Suez Canal sur veys, upon the Red Sea crossing of the Jews under Moses; President Samson's paper on "The False Claim of Mormon ism," in which he denies that poly gamy is juatiefid by Asititio or patri archal custarn, Mohammedan ur Mosaic statues, all these are suggestive in dif Cerent Ways; but the article in tho pres ent number likely to attract most atten tion is Col. Knox's account of "That Grand Jury," of which he is a member, and which has achieved such distiuotion for its fearless action in the matter of tho city frauds. H. If. and lliiam Rich are the poets of this number. In the "Topics of the Time" there are "essays" on "Easy Lessons from Hard Lives," "Something that Wealth can do for Labor," and "Fewer Sermons and More Service." In "Culture and Progress Abroad" and "at Homo" many timely subjects and new books are dis ussed; in the latter there is an editorial on the extraordinary story of "Wilfrid Ouuibcrmede" (now published in book form.) and this very diversified number ends with a delightful pencil satire, n the department of 'Etchings," on the Opening of the Duck Season. Notice I In the matter of) In the District Court John Farrer & Co., J- of the U. 8. for the Bankrupts. J W. Dis't. of P. In Bankruptcy. Western District of Pennsylvania, s: At Ridgway, Pa., the Oth day of Febru ary. A. V. I?-'. This is to give notice that a second general muetinit of tho creditors of said Bankrupts, will be held at Ridgway, in paid district, on Wednesday, the 13th day ol March, A. D., 1S72, at. 2 o'clock P. !., at the office of S. E. Woodruff, Esq., one of tho Registers in Bankrinitcv in said District, for the purposes naaicd in the twenty-eeventh Section of the Bankrupt Act of March Hud. 1807. I am, ir. your oludient servant, C. II. MuCAL'LEY, Assignee. vln49t3. AGENTS WANTED. MASS TWAIN'S NEW BOOK ! ROUGHING IT, IS HEADY FOR, CANVASSERS. It is a companion volume to "INNOCENTS ABROAD," of which 100,000 Copies Have already been ordered, an I is Btill one of the host selling books out. Don't wa.il o time on h ioks us one wants, but take one people will stop you in the streets to subscribe for. "There is a time to laugh," and all who read this book wi!l see clearly that time lias come. Apply at once for territory, Circulars, and Terms. A Jil-css DUFFIKLD ASIIMEAD, Publisher. 711 Sansom Street, Philadelphia. THE MANuTACTuTtiBS OF THE Reliance Wringer, Have had unusual opportunities of ascer taining what is wanted, and of produc ing a perfect naohina They have brought out an entirely New Wiinger, which they cal' the "PROVIDENCE." New 1871 Perfect A GREAT IMPROVEMENT OVER ALL OTHER WRINGERS. WRIJiOS FASTER THAN BY HAND. We consider the Providence superior to all others, for the following' reasons; 1st. The ROLLERS, of large size and best quality of White Rubber, are all se cured to tDftir Shafts in the most perma-t nent manner, by the Moulton Prooess, mak. ing the best Roller in the World. 21 The PATENT MESTAL JOURNAL CASINGS prevent any wear upon the journals. The woodenjoi'rnal iu which the iron shafts of other machines run, soon wear, and the efficiency of the Wringer ii there by greatly reduced. 8d. Thi DOUBLE 8PIRAL COGS used on this Wringer give the utmost ease and steadiness in working, while the double top preTenlf them from bottoming or be ing throwu out of gear. We furnish either aingle or double gear Providence, as de sired, 4ib. The ADJUSTABLE CURVED CLAMP (readily adjusts this Machiue to tubs of any size or thickness, making a per fect fastening. No wooden pegs or rubber straps on this Clamp. 6th. SIMPLICITY STRENGTH and BEAUTY, are oombined in this Machine, with all the requisitiea of first-olass Wringer. PROVIDENCE TOO!, CO, Providence, K. I. 11 Warren, Street., i?ew York. vlsaS. ot crp " o C-t providence 1 . rn'f . o p-KL irsii p s 3 IT NK MILLION OF'LiTKJj SAVED. It ia one of the most remarkable facta of this remarkable age, not that so many persons are the Tlotime of dyspepsia or in digestion, but its willing victims. Now, we would not be understood to say that any one regards dyspepsia with favor, or feels disposed to rank it among the luxuries of life. Far from it. Those who have ex perienced its torments would scout such an idea. All dread it, and would gladly dis. pense with its unpleasant familiarities. Mark Tnpley. who was jolly under all the trying circumetnnces in which he was placed, never hai an attack of dyspepsia, or his jolity would have speedily forsaken him. Of all the multifarious diseases to which the human system is liable, there is perhaps no one so generally prevalent as dyspepsia. There sre dine ipes more acute ami painful, and which more frequently pVove falnl, but none the effeets of which are so depressing to the mind and so positively distressing to the body. If there is a wretched being in the world it is A CONFIRMED DYSPEPTIC. We have said that dyspepsia is perhaps the most universal of human diseases. This is imphatically the case in tho United States Whether this general prevalence is litis to the character of the food tho method of its preparation, or tho hasty manner in whioh it is usually swallowed, is not our province to explain. The great fct with which we nro called to deal is this: DYSPETSIA PREVAILS almost uiiivei sally. Nearly every other person you meet is a victim, an apparently willing one; were this not tho case, why so many sufferers, when a certain, speedy and safe remedy is within tho easy reach of nil who will avail themselves of it? But says a dys- peptio: What is this remedy? to which we reply: This great allevator of human sutlering is almost as widely known as the Lnglish language. It has alluyeJ the agonies of thousands, and is to-day carry comfort and eucouragoment to thousands of others. This acknowledged panacea is note other than Dr. HOOKLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS Would you know more of the merits of this wonderful prepaiation than can be learned from the experience of others? Try it yourself, and when it has failed to fullil the assurance of its efficacy given by the proprietor, then abandon faith in it. LET 11 1st, KEniEM ISr. UK D, first of all, that HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS is -j irum beverage. Tliet are composed wholly of tho pure juice or vital principle of roots. This is not a mere assertion. I ho extracts trom which thev are com pounded are prepared by one of the ablest of German chemists. Their effects can be beueticiul only in all case of the billiary system. HooH.md's German Bitters Bland without an equal, aclirg promptly and vigorously upon the liver; they remove its torpidity au 1 cause health ful secretion ef bile thereby supplying the stomach with the most indispcnsahlc elements of sound digestion in propor pro portions. They purify the blood, cleansing the vital fluid of ail hurtful impurities and su plnnting them with the elements of genuine hculthtulness. Now, there are certain classes of per sons to whom extremo Hitters are not only unpalatable, hut who find it impossible to tako them without positive discomfort. For such Dr. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC has been specially prepared. It is intended for use where a slight a.coholio stimulant is require! in connection with the well known Tonic properties of the pure Ger man lilt tors. HOOFLAND'S TONIC nets with almost marvelous effect. It not OLly stimulates the nagging and wasting energies, but invigorates and permanently strengthens its action upon the L'.ver and Stomach thorough, perhaps less prompt than the Bitters, when t no same quantity is taken is none the less certain Indigestion, BiUiousness, Physical or Ner vous prostration, yield readily to iu po lent 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 tho human race are not confined to his celebrated GERMAN BITTKLIS, or his iuvaluable Tonic. He has prepared an other medicine, which is rapidly winning its way to popular tavor necause ot its in trinsio metits. This it HOOFLAND'S PODOPH YLLIN FILLS, a perfect B ibsti uito for mercury without any of mercury's evil qualities. These wonderful Tills, which are Intend ed to act upon the Liver, are mainly com posed of Pi dophyllin, or tho vital princi pie of the mandrake root. It is the medi cinal virtues of this health-giving plant in a perfectly pure and highly concentrated form. The Podophyliin acts directly on the Liver, atiniulaiing its functi .ns and causing it to make its billiary secretions in regit. nr and proper quant. ties, liie mju nous results which luvtiriahly follow tuo use of mercury is entirely avoided by their use. But it is not upon the Liver only that their powers are exerted. Tho extraot of Mandrake contained in them id skillfully combined wilh four other ex tracts, one of which acts upon thu stomach one upon the upper bowels, one upon tho loner bowel', ami prevents nny griping effect, thus producing a pill that influences the ent-re digestive aud nlimen art system in an equal and harmonious manner, aud its action entirely .ree from iiauso. vomit iug or griping pains common to all other purgatives. Possessing 'hese much desirable qualities the l ouopbyllin becomes invaluable as a FAMILY MEDICINE. No household should be without them Ihey are perfectly sate, require but two for an ordinary dose, are prompt and eiH cient in action, and when used in conneo t'ou with Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters, or Tonic, may be regarded ns certain ppe cities iu all cases of Liver Complaint, Dys pepsia, or any of the disorders to which the system is ordidarly subject. The TODOPHYLLIN PILLS act upon the stomaoh and bjwels, carrying off improper obstruction, while the Bitters or Tonio purify the blood, strengthen and invigorate tne I rime, rive tone and anoe tite to the stomach, and thus build up the tnvaua anew. Dr. Hoofland, having provided internal remedies for disease, has given the world one mainly for external applicati n, in the wonderful preparation known as Da. HOOFLAND'S GREEK OIL. This Oil is a sovereign remedy for pains and aches of all kinds. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, - Toothache, Chiltlains, Sprains. Burns, Pain in the Book 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 iu the Stomach, Colds, Asthma, etc These remedies will be sent by express to any locality, upon application to the PRINCIPAL OFFICE, at the GERMAN MEDICINE STORE, No. C31 ARCH ST.. PHILADELPHIA. ClMS. M. EVAN'S, rrnpiirt-ir. Former y C. .V. JACR.MlN & (X) ' That UemcUica irt for idle by Uruygnu 0 RAILROADS POHADELPBJA EEIE RAILROAD WINTER TIME TABLE. ON and after MONDAY. NON. 20th, 1871, the trains on the Philadelphia & Erie Railroad will run as 'follows : WESTWARD. Mail Train leaves Philadelphia.. 0.20 p. m. " " " Ridgway !-27 n. m. arrive at Erie !.' P. m. Erie Ext) leaves I'lnlmlnlnliia 12 30 n. m . ., ,,P ,, 1'la(lelpnia...io p. m I ' li tflrrtt-a t Z 1 I fl til 1 " " arrive at Erie 7 40 a. m. Accomodation, leaves lienova, . .1.30 a. ui. Ridgway, ..li 00 p. ni. " nrr at Kane 7. 30 p.m. KASTWAKU. Ma'.l Train leaves Erie 11.25 a. m. " " " Ridgway 4.5r, p, m. " arrive at piiilad'a... 0 30 a. m. Erie Express leaves Ene 0.00 p. m. ' " " Vidgway... 2.0H a. m. " " nr-at Philadelphia.. 8 30 p. m. Accomodation, leaves Kane 6.00 a. m. " ' Ridgway... 7.65 a. m. " arr at St. Marys 8.35 am. " leaves St. Marys 8.4U a m. arr at Renovo 12. 10 p. m. Mail East, connects east and wctt at Erio with L S & M S R W and at Corry and Irvineton with Oil Creek and Allegheny R R W. Mail West with west bound trains on L S & M S R W and at Corry and" Irviueton with Oil Creek and Allegneny R K W. Wnrrcn Accoinmodai ion east and west with trains on L S and M S R east and west aud at Corry with 0 C and A It R . Ki ie Accommodation East at Corry and Irvineton wilh O C and A R R W. WM. A. BALDWIN. Gen'l Sup't. NEWT I Mb TA1JL.E. Commencing November 20th, 1871. ALLEGHENY VALLEY R. R. THE BEST ROUTE HKTWEEN PITT3- BUUGH AND l'OIN I S ON THE PHIL' A. & ERIE R. R. OOlNQ SOUTH. Day Express leaves Oil City at 2 25 p ra Arrives at Pittsburgh 8 55 p m Night Express leaves Oil City 9 30 p m Arrives at Pittsburgh G 40 a m Mail leaves Oil City V sj.r a m Arrives at 1'ittsburch 0 00 p m Purser's Aceoni. leaves Oil City 7 15 am Arrives at Parkei's 10 15 a m Kittanniug Accom. leaves Oil City 4 O'J p m Arrives nt ICitiaiinitig 9 10 p m ooino sonm. Day Express leaves Pittsburg at Arrives at Oil City at Night Express leaves Pittsburgh 7 ".0 a ni 2 l! ) p in 8 L'O p in 5 45 n m Arrives at Oil City Way Passenger leaves Pittsburgh 11 50 am Anrrives at Oil Citv 7 L' p in Parker's Accoin leives Parktr (1 bO ni Arrives at Oil City 9 15 p in Kittaning Accom. leaves hi'.tn g i tl.i a ui Vri ives at Oil City 1 J L'O p m Close Connections made at Corrv lor Pittsburgh with traias East and West on & E. It. It. Pullman Ptillace Drawing Room Sleep. ipg Cars on Night Express Trains between Corry and Pittsburgh. ask lor .tickets via Allegheny alloy n. R. J. J. LAWRENCE. Gen. Suet. I F YOU WANT TO BUY GOODS CHEAP GO TO TH AYE II & UAGEIITY Main Street, T.idgway, Po." DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, 1500TS SHOES. 1 1 ATS AND CAl'S, GLASS AND QUEENS WARE, WOO ) AND WILLOW-WARE. TOR ACUO AND CIGARS. A Large Stock of Grossriss aii Pro7isio:v3. The REST BRANDS of FLOUR Constantly mi hand, a.U suld as elicaii as the CHEAPEST. THAYER & IIAGERTY. vln2 The Improved Cir.rard Oroid Gold iVnlches, 80 00 812 00 S15 00 S1S.0O ITTE have recently brought our Oroide ?V Gold metal to Buch perfection tlmt it is difficult for the best judges to disiiii quish it from gold. The S'l watc'ies are with patent escapement movements; in ap pearance and for ti no equaling a gold one costing S100. The iVl are full jeweled patent lever, equal to Si 50 gold watch. The $15 are the same as the bvt but a finer fiuish. nicklo movements, equal to ono cost ing $175. And the $18 watches are of a tine finish with full jeweled American lever movement, equaling a gold one costing $200. They are all in hunting cases, gent's and ladies sizes, and guaranteed for lime and wear by special certificate. A so elegant designsof gent's and ladies chains from $1 to $4, aud jewelry of all kinds. Goods sent C O. D Customers per mitted to examine what they order before paying bill, on payment of express t barges. When six watches are ordered at one time we will send an extra watch of the same quality free. For further particulars send for ciroular. Address JAMES GERARD & CO., 86 Nassau Street, New York, P. 0. Box 8,361 Nov. 30, 1872-vln37m6. DA3U3CAH0NDA RAILSOAD. From and after Monday, Feb. 6th 1871. Trains will rua on this Road as follows: Leaves Hirley 7.30 a. ra., arrives at Dairucahoti'la JuQotioo 3 10 a. m., ooa Decting with Aoooai east 8.14 a. m , aud with Mail west at 9 15 a. ni. Leaves Daguscahonda at 9.20 a. m , anives at Earley 10.00 a. m. Leaves Eariey 3 30 p. m., and arrives at Dag uscahonda at 5.00 p. nr., connecting with Mail east at 5.09 p. m., aud Ac commodation west at 5.40 p. ra. Id case P. & E. trains are late, Dagus- earinnda train ho'ds twehtv mitiu'es bo- yon-1 the above t:me. Tickets should always be procured before leaviutt sutions ( R. SAHMfft LWrV Ayer's Cathartic Pills, For the relipr and curn of all (IcnoiKe DieMs in Hie Mom. aril, liver, and bow els. 1 hey are a wild npork-iit, and an excellent puigntivc. lieing purely voko table, (hey contain m niorciu-y or niino rul whatever. Aim h pei-lout nirkncPH and ftiiflerinff is prevent- eit iv tneii' unieiy D"o; .nm' every ftunlly chonld have them on hiuid for their protection und relief, when remilicl. t - ; .... . ... .1. . .. . Lonir experience hit est, suift, mid bpt i I provr.t them to be llie mil- est, siiiiM, mid bel of nil the I'illit with which . Uio inm kel nlmmnlrf. Ity their occiihioiml uo. tho hloofl U iiurilic't, the corruption!, of the pvs- t.MTI .V.. lelled, olMtniciion removed, and tho whole inie hnierv of life restored to iu healthy activity. InU'i'nul oi trans which become cloreed and lii?l-di mo cleansed tv Aiier'm I'tll. und stimulated Into action. Thus incipient d1 io i ehanjred Into health, the value of which cnaiue, when reckoned on the vnst multitudes who enjoy it, can hardly lie computed. 'Jheir pujmr eoatini? makes them pleasant to take, anil preserves their virtues unimpaired for any Icntrlli of time, so that they are. ever fresh, and perfectly reliable. Although seai' hiiifr, they nro mild, mid operate without disturbance to the constitution, or diet, or occuiwtion. Full directions are given on the wrapper to each box, how In p. v liiom a Family Vlivsic, anil lor me folluwinir cumidaiiiU. winch these Ll'lH rapidly cure: For lkriiMMii or Iniliarsrlon. I.lMli-.a- nfM, Ldnirutir mill l,on of AiMttp,thcy should he taken moderately to stimulate the stom ach, and restore its healthy tone unit action. For JLIvim- OttiMI;ftint and its various svmp toon, Billion Mcu.fMcur, Mick llenil ache. . tliimlif ' or ,'-. Mlci.nt-M, llil-t'ol.f- and KUIoiim lvra, they should be judiciously taken for cu'-h ease, to correct tho diseased action or remove the obstructions which eau-c it. For llyscnter.v or Hlarvliopu, but. one mild dose is jrenerally required. lor llliei:;ia(iii. n'uf. Pmvd, pif'.itloii of ln- tlrurt. lain in the ftiili. ISacU and l..o4ft. tiiev should be contin uously taken, as reiiiiied, to change the diseased action of the system. With each change llioeo complaints disa'ppear. For roi.v and l)rofica1 fiwelllnc:, they should be taken In largo and frenuciit doses to produce the elleet of a drastic tmru'e. For Kiiirrloii, a large dose should be taken, as it produces the desired ell'ect by sym pathy. As a Dlnnrr Fill, take one or two Pills to promote di;retinn and relieve the stomach. An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and howeU, restores the appetite, and invigorates the system. Hence it is olten advantageous whero no serious derangement cxi-t. One who feels tolerably well, often llmls that a dose of these Villa makes him feel decidedly better, from their cleansing mid renovating cU'ect on the digestive apparatus. rrtp.rARED bt Dr. J. C. ATEU fc CO., Vractlcat ChcmUts, 1.0 H ELL, MASS., V. S. A. FOB SALE BT ALL DBUGGI3T9 EVEttYWHXU. For Sale by G. G. MESSENGER, Druggist, Ridgway , I 'a. HALL'S VEBETADLE SICILIAN IIAIR RENEWER. Every year increases the popu 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 or Faded Hair to its youthful color, making it soft, lustrous, and silken. The ecalp, 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 and nourishes the hair-glands. By its use, the hair grows thicker and stronger. In baldness, it restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, and will create a new growth, except in extreme old ago. It is the most economical Hair-Dressing ever used, as it requires fewer applica tions, and gives the hair a splendid. lossy appearance. A. A. iiayes, I.D., State Assayer of Massachu setts, says, " 1 he constituents are pure, and carefully selected for ex cellent quality; and I consider it the Best Preparation for its intended purposes." Sold by all Druggist and Dealert in iledicintl. Frioe One Dollar. Buckingham's Dye. FOR THE WHISKERS. As our Kenewer 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 & CO., NASHUA NM. Tin: I.GKEDIC.T3 THAT COMrO.31'. KOSADAI IS are r"iMi!icd on every package, there lorn it is not a secret picpuruliou, consequently TKYSH IXS rr.ESCF.ICE IT lis a certain euro for Scrofula, Syphilis in all its Rtiiis, rilicuma- Iimii, feikin l.iscaces, 1-iver Loui plaint and all disuses of tl e iiloou. C,- 'TCln will do n, ore pooA tliun ten hnlt'cs of ilio Syrups ot Hiraipinlla. THE UNDCaS'.SNCD PHYSICIANS liaveued r.owidiilisi itlicir practice for tiie past three years and fii'tly cidorsa it as a rcl.ablu Alterative and lilood Turifier. DR. T. r. PIT, n, of Ba'.timoi. Dlt. 1 . J. livU Kl', 1)K I'.. V. . CAUH. nn. r. o. pk.i.y, Ull. J S. Si'AIliCS, oi Nicholasvillu, DR. V.'L. STcCARTHA, Columti. S. C. DR. A. B. NOBLES, Edgecoitb, N.C J. B. FRE.WII & fcONS, IV.l Klv.-.v .Mis. V. W. SMTTTr, .T.ck.m, Mich A. V. V :i.-: l.l-.H. L.nu, ol.i.. 11. II ! I.. I in, l (Jli.n. i R A ii I'V.i-.. .innni'io V tA.V.'t.. O. yfAl)Ut.:i, J.L-r I to:o, Ten. Cur F.if wt bIIit oi r"cv. tT.;C d l'-..i '. !.s ia jc .i t . t. t -.l;tucsof it'., a rails. luLi ilf' .(.. il'r :i .i"B w e guu.inti e a I .. .J ) (. rrats'.ipti ior tn ftnythcy li- evrr iU';,'l ill liio tr. a incot ot ri 1 i L'.'.o-.'l ; Hnd In t:ic pftt ntod we my t ' i ii..-. . .tin, au-.l ou vi.l te rcb.uH .'.a. flirt- 4-51 l'i R08AMUS L'aV KIIV1K Powell & Kimc Having erected a large and well arranged new Store House on the old site, niiice the fire, and filled it from ci .lnr to garret with (ho.choicest gootli of all descriptions, that can be found in nny market, aro fuliy pre pared to reueivcthclr old customers, and supply their wanli at bottom figures VHOLESALE OB ESTAIL. Their assortment is now eempltte, com- primng DRY GOODS, GROU15RIE3, CROCKERY, HARDWARE, CLOTHING, 130013 AND SHOES, HATS AND CATS, NOTIONS, et , ate: Feed, L o a us 1 J ulte: DRIED AITUOS, DRliiD i :aciii Canned In short everything w-intcJ in t!i C'i;;ntiy hy LUMBERMEN, FARMERS, ME- CIIANICS MINER3, TAN NERS, LAUOIilXQ MEN, EVEYHBODY AUo a full stoek of MANILLA ROPE of the best manufacture, of suitable sizes for rafting and running purposes. e&HUe SE4 r.WLLL& 1 11 li SINUEll Manufacturing Compan7. AT THE WORLD'S FAIR, Constituted by the homes of the people Received the Great Award of tb HIGHEST SALES 1 And have left all rivals far behind for they SOLO .VISTO Oue Hundred and Twenty-seven Thousand, Eight Huudred and Thirty-three Machines! bring more than forhj tiotttand In advance of ciliir p!ilc9 ot the picviovs year, and owr ftirtii fatir thousand mort than the talc of any other Company for 1870, as shown by the following figures from sworn re turns of thj sale of Licensees. Tho Sinjarer Manufactur ing Company sold over the Florence Sewing Machine Co. 101,172 Mithin. Sold over the Wilcox & tlibbs S M. V.. 98,fl da Sold over the Weed Scw- ii'K Machine Co., 02,836 do- -HuM ovir tho Orover & I'.sker S. M. t o. 70,431 ie sold over the Ilono Ma cliino t'o.. 52,677 da S.d-1 over the Wheeler & Wilson Mau'l'g Co., 44,624 da i!l ot "cliirli i. mainly owing to the popu liir.tv of what i Known as the "NK.T P.wlll.V Sr.WlXii MACHINE," which.ii m.w iHst fuidinjr in v.ay into every well r; iicd l.nusehiild. For Circulars giving p'irtii'ul.irs of .M ic'iiues, their Folding r.:." snl ti, any vnne'1 of wood and finish, ' 1 1;.'; r A i ; I I-li nt, iii for ii'imerous kinds of i work, which, tnl rco ntly. it was thought j !i.M deiicate ii'iftcrrt i, i.mo could perform, j "s v. c:l if I ai tioihir iihotit all ariicle ;i...;-l by l! eir M :-b i ii--b, such as Twist, i.iio'ii J In.-. i, I, po. l t;otlon, Oil, ie., 4., i'L. v to .ii y cl tlie.r .-lUt'aoriied Agsots, . f 1 i E S-lNCCIl ( N 0 PACTURlKii 4:8 I;rM,Jvv, New Tork. :'ade'ph;:i 0:See 1 lot Caostnut lit. co.r r: A. CU3niK0S, Axeat, Ridgwav, Pa. luK'Ju:ylCm7. yr i: it eosoopes. V1HNT3, ALJ'L'.S, CiJROMOS, FRAUK3. I. & H.T. ANTHONY & CO. SHI DKOADWAY, NEW YORK, Inv the atter.iioii uf the Trade t tksir fuc .r-ive n.f.- me at of the above goods, ef Hair own puiilie.iuii, ah J unportutiun. A '.30, PHOTO LANTERN SLIDJ83 GRAPHOSCOPES. YIEW.-J OF YOSEMITH. ,'.V 4. !1 T. ANTHONY CO.. o'.il liroadway, New York, Cpposite Metropolitan Hotel Importers and Mauufaeturers f riioTDaruriiic matbrialb. Tln2yl. NEH' LIVintY STABLE BID G WAY. ' DAN SCRIENER WISnES TO IX- (orui the Citizen of Ki'lgway, and tbe public gcLera'.ly, that be baa started Liv ery Stable and will keep GOOD STOCK, GOOD CARRIAGES and Uuggies, to let upon the most reasona ble terms B,He will also do job teaming. Stable in tbe Brooke Barn, near the Post Oll'ioe, on Mill street. All order left at the Post Office will meet prompt atten tion. Aug 20 1670. tf. Elk County Directory. :" President Judge L. D. Wetmore. Additional Law Judge Hon. Jno. T. Vincent. Associate Judges Chas. Luhr, J. T. Ilouk. District Attorney J. K. P, Ilalli Sheriff D. C Oyster. Prothonotury e., Fred. Sohcening, Treasurer Henry D. Derr. County Superintendent Rufus Lueore. Commissioners Robt. Campbell, John Burr, Lcuis Vollmer. Auditors Clark A. Wileox, George D. Messenger, and C. W. Barrett. County Surveyor fleo Wlmsley. Jury Commissioners. Joseph Kerner and Charles Mead, TIME OK HOLDING COURT. Pecond Mouday in January. Second Monday in April First Monday in August.