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THURSDAY, APRIL 25, i872.
Var Time at Mttdgtvay.
Erit Express East 2:00 ft. in.
do do West 2:15 a. m.
do Mail East 4:55 p. m.
do do West 9:27 ft. m.
Renovo Accommodation East 7:55 ft m.
do do do West...... 0:00 p. m.
Trout fishing is now in order.
Dr. G. H. Fuller is quite sick.
Tbk frame for the planing mill on
Centre street has been raised.
The sidewalk in front of the Hyde
House has been much improved.
Picture Frames in great variety
and at very reasonable rates at the West
End Gallery.
Crandall has captured a trout over
ft foot long and weighing nearly a
pound.
It is announced on good authority
that Dolly Varden will stop at this
place during the summer.
The Democrat swings out a new and
beautiful sign painted by Fitzgerald &
Ellis.
The West End Gallery is the place
to get good pictures call and eea for
yourself.
The Ridgway Silver Cornet Band is
about to publish a series of articles on
""What we know about 'Blowing'."
Lutheran Services in the Court
House next Sunday, April 28, morning
and evening. German preaching in
the morning by Rev. H. Weicksel, of
Schuylkill oouoty, Pa. Confirmation
and the Lord's supper will be adminis
tered. English servioes ic the evening-
Howorth'b Combination ot
Ireland, France and Germany, will give
an entertainment at Messenger's Hall
this evening. This troupe is said to be
one of the best traveling, and is every
where highly spoken ot by ihe press.
All those wishing to be instructed as
woll as amused should not fail to attend.
A FEW days ago we etepped into the
Harness Shop of J. M. Heard, and
were shown the largest and best stock
of harness, saddles, etc., ever before
offerred to the citizens of Ridgway and
vioinity, and at prices which rivi! the
cheapest of the cheap. As an instance
we uny mention a gigsaJJIo harness
which Mr. Hoard is selling at th3 low
price of $25. All kinds' of heavy and
light harness can always be found at
this establishment. Trunks, vuliescs,
satchels, etc. kept constantly on hand.
Although Mr. He-trd has been a sufferer
to a large extent by fire Mime he first
opened hi shop here, he has, neverthe
less, not been couquered by fire, but is
still prepared at all seasons of the year
to furnish our lumbermen an J others
with the best harness made, and as the
best is always the cheapest it will be to
the interest of buyers to give Mr.
Heard a call, by doing this you not only
save money but have a chance to select
your goods from a large stock.
Grand Exhibition and Lectures.
Rev. II. Weicksel's Grand Sciopticon,
a Panorama of the beautiful and won
derful, will exhibit in Messenger's Hall
three nights, Saturday evening, April
27th, Monday evening, April 29th, and
Tuesday evening, April 30th. The
first exhibition will be scenes on the
Creation of the World Light, Fishes,
Fowls, Beast; the oreation of Man; the
Fall; the first City; Virtue and Vice;
the early Invention; the habits and
customs of men then; the cause ot the
Deluge; the building of the Ark; Noah
entering the ark embracing upwards
of 50 most beautiful views, with re
marks on astronomy and geology. The
second exhibition will be scenes on the
Chinese Empire, being a series of in
teresting views; from original sketches
taken on the spot, and displaying the
scenery, architecture, social habits, exe
cution of the laws, punishments and
costumes. Such as playing shuttlecock
with the feet, itinerant barber, a Chinese
marriage procession, a Madarin paying a
visit of ceremony, the ceremony of
meeting the spring, the Imperial travel
ing palace at Hoo-kew-shan, the Kin
shan or Golden Island, etc., etc. As
the Chinamen become citizens of our
fair land we ought to know something
about them. Therefore come see and
hear. The third exhibition will be
scenes on the Life of Christ, embraoiog
many of the most beautifully colored
paintings ever exhibited, on sqenes in
the Holy Land, miracles, occasions and
incidents in the Life of Christ. Every
parent teacher and child ought to see
end hear this. Admission 25 cents;
Children 10 cents. .Tickets for the
course: Adults, 75 cents; Children, 30
cents. Family ticket for one evening,
81.00.
Shootist'a were out in force during
the pleasant days of last week.
Ferrottpes for Frames at West
End Gallery at $1 each, or in Frame
at 82.
Rowdyism is on the increase in this
town, it has been growing during the
Winter, and now it blooms on every
corner.
Why don't you ' use Nattre's Hair
Restorative? It is perfectly free from
poisons and will restore gray or faded
hair to its original color. 8t2.
If you have any pictures you- want
framed call at West End Gallery and
examine samples.
Last sometime veek-ago since Banj.
Shlzlrenghulxinthisbumingwerger fell
und bretty mooch rather sudootly prake
him neck alldevhile.
tills is tiio grs) nioti)h oj tha tioui
jishin3 sasson. .
TBS PlTTLBUBO PEOPLE'S Mo.TnLT., for
April, is at hand, and is fully up to Ihe
standard. The frontispiece of "The old
Blacksmith," and the "Prince of Wales
an I Family" (both full page) are good.
"Zeke's Courtship " and the "Chicken
Stealers," in the "Household" and
"Boys and Girls" pages, are admirably
rendered; while the "Strange Scene on
Flour mill Run," being the illustrution to
the second installment of the story of
"Old Fort Duquesne," furnishes a sugges
tive woodland picture. This Western In
dian Story is having a great run. It grows
in interest with each chapter; and the
whole story is full of thrilling scenes and
exciting pergonal adventure. All western
ers should read it. 'Twits commenced in
March Numoer. Those of our readers
who have not yet subset ibed to this deserv
ing Western Home paper, should hasten to
do so. The price is only $1.50 a year.
New Advertisements.
Wood's New Iron Mower.
.AGENTS WANTED.
For Circulars, particulars, etc., address,
RELLEW, ADAMS CO.,
Gowanda, N. Y.
Manufacturers of the
Gowanda Plow,
the best made. Ior sale in Ridgway
by POWELL & KIMH.
April 18th. "72-3m.
To the School Directors of Elk Co;
Okntlembn: In pursuance of the lorty-
third section of the act of 8th May, 1854,
you are hereby notified to meet in conven
tion, at the Court House in Kidgway, on
the FIRST TUESDAY IM MAY. A. D. 1872,
being the 7th daj of the month, at one
o'clock in the afternoon, and select viva
i've, by a majority of the wholb number of
directors present, one person of literary
and scieruilio acquirements, and of skill
and experience in the art of teaching, as
County aunerintenucnt, for the tbree sue
ceeding years; determine the amount of
compensation for the same; and certify
the result to the State Superintendent, at
llarrisburg. as required by (lie tliirty-nintb
and fortieth sectious of said sections of
raid act
RL'FCS LUCORE, Co. Sup't., Elk Co.
2v7n2t.
S. A. ROTE,
PHOTOGKAPHERi
AMD DEALER IN
Chromos, Stereoscopic Views, Picture
Frames, &o.
WEST END, RIDGWAY, ELK COt PA.
v2n2tf.
The Improved Gerard Oroid
Gold Watches,
eO.OO $12 00 "$15.00 $18.00
WE have recently brought our Oroide
Gold metal to such perfection that
it is difficult for the best judges to distin.
quish it from gold. The $9 watches are
with patent escapement movements; in ap
pearance and for time equaling a gold one
costing $100. The $12 are full jeweled
patent lever, equal to $150 gold watch.
The $16 are the same as the last but ft finer
finish, nickle movements, equal to one cost
ing $175. And the $18 watches are of a
fine finish with full jeweled American lever
movement, equaling ft gold one costing
$200.
They are all in bunting cases, gent's and
ladies sizes, and guaranteed for time and
wear by epeciatocertificate. Also elegant
designsof gent's and ladies chains from $1
to $1, and jewelry of all kinds.
Goods sent C. O. D. Customers per
mitted to examine what they order before
paying bill, on payment of express charges.
When six watches are ordored at one
time we will send an extra watch of the
same quality free.
For further particulars send for circular.
Address JAMES GERARD & CO.,
- 85 Nassau Street, New York,
P. O. Box 8,361
Nov. 80, 1872-vln37m6.
MANHOOD .
H ow Lost, How Restored.
Just published, a new edition of Dr. Cul-
verwelrs Celebrated Essay on me radical
oure of certain weaknesses, the effects of
Errors and Abuses in early life.
The celebrated author, In tnis admirable
essav. clearly demonstrates from thirty
years successful praotioe, that the alarming
consequences of such errors and abases
may be radically cured without the danger
us use of internal medioine or the Appli
cation of the knife; pointing out a mode of
oure at once simple, certain, and effeotnal,
by means of which every sufferer, no matter
what his condition may be. may oure him
self cheaply, privately, and radically.
This Lecture snouid oe in tne nanas or
every jouth and every mon in the land.
8ent. under seal, in plain envelope, to
any address, postpaid on reoeipt of six
cents, or two post stamps.
Also, Dr. Culverwell's "Marriage Guide,"
price 25 oents. Address the Publishers,
CHA3. J. C. KLINE 4 CO.,
127 Bowsry, New York, Post-Office Box
4.5S6. vln47yl.
NE MILLION OF LIVES SAVED,
it is one of the most remarkable faots of
this remarkable age, not that so many
persons ftre the viotims of dyspepsi or in
digestion, but its willing victims. Now,
we would not be understood to j mv j
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 witb its unpleasant tamtliarmes.
Mark Tapley, who was Jolly under all the
trying circumstances in which he was
placed, never had an ftttaok 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
are diseases more aoute and painful, and
which more frequently prove fatal, but
none the effects of which are so depressing
to the mind and so positively distressing to
the body. If there is 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 the United
States. Whether this general prevalence
is due to the character of Ihe food, the
method of its preparation, or the hasty
manner in which it is usually swallowed-,
is not our province to explain. The great
fact with whioh we are called to deal is
this:
DY8PEPSIA PREVAILS
almost univei sally. ,
Nearly every other person you meet is a
viotim, an apparently willing one; were
this not the case, why so many sufferers,
when a certain, Bpeedy and safe remedy is
within the easy reach of all who will
avail themselves of it? But says ft dys
peptio: What is this remedy? to which we
reply: This great allevator of human'
suffering is almost as widely known as the
English language. It has allnyei the
agonies of thousands, and is to-day carry
comfort and encouragement to thousands
of others. This acknowledged panaoea is
noue other than
Dr. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Would you know more of the merits of
this wonderful prepatation than can be
learned from the experience of others?
Try it yourself, and when it has failed to
fulfil the assurance of its efficacy given by
the proprietor, then abandon faith in it.
LET IT BE REMEMBERED,
first of all, that HOOFLAND'S GERMAN
BITTERS is rum bevwrage.
They are composed wholly of the pure
juice or vital principle of roots.- This is
not a mere assertion The extracts from
which they arecompoundedare prepared by
one of the ablest of German cheliiists. Their
effects can be beneficial only in all cased of
the billiary tystem. Hoofl mil's German
Bitterg stand without an equal, acting
promptly and vigorously upon the liver;
they remove its torpidity ani cause health
t'ul.secretiou of bile thereby supplying
the stomach with the most indispensable
elements of sound digestion in proper pro
portions. They purify the blood, cleansing the
vital fluid of all hurtful impurities aud su
plauting them with the elements of genuiue
heslthfulness.
Now, there are certain classes ot per
sons to whom extreme Bitters are not only
unpalatable, bat who find it impossible to
take them without positive discomfort. For
such Dr. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC
has been specially prepared. It is intended
for use where a slight a'.coliolio stimulant
is require! in connection with tho well
known Tonic properties of the pure Ger
man Bitters.
HOOFLAND'S TOXIC
acts with almost marvelous effect. It not
only stimulates the flagging and wasting
energies, but invigorates and permanently
strengthens its action upon the Liver
and Stomach thorough, perhaps less
prompt than the Bitters, when the same
quantitj is taken is none the less certain
Indigestion, Billiousness, Physical or Ner-I
vous prostration, yield readily to its po
tent influence. U 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
the human race are not confined to his
celebrated GERMAN BITTERS, or his
invaluable Tosio. He has prepared an
other medicine, which is rapidly winning
its way to popular favor because of its in
trinsic metits. This W HOOFLAND'S
PODOPUYLLIN 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 mainly com
posed of Podophyilin, or the vital princi
ple of the mandrake root. It is the medi
cinal virtues of this health-giving plant, in
a perfectly pure and highly concentrated
form. The Podophyilin acts directly on
the Liver, stimulating its functions and
causing it to make its billiary secretions in
regular aud proper quant.ties. The inju
rious results which invariably follow tho
ase of mercury is entirely avoided by
their use. But it is not upon the Liver
only that their powers are exerted. The
extract of Mandrake coniained in them is
skillfully combined with four other ex
tracts, one of whioh acts upon the stomach,
one upon the upper bowels, one upon the
lower boweU. and prevents any gripiog
effect, thus producing a pill that influences
the entire digestive and alimen'ary system,
in an equal and harmonious manner, and
its action entirely iree from nausea, vomit
ing or griping pains common to all other
purgatives.
Possessing 'hese much desirable qualities
the Podophyilin becomes invaluable as a
FAMILY MEDICINE.
No household should be without them.
They are perfectly safe, require but two
for an ordinary dose, are prompt and efn-
cie'nt in action, and when used in connec
tion with Dr. Hoofland s German Bitters,
or Tonio, may be regarded as certain spe
cifics in all cases of Liver Complaint, Dys
pepsia, or any of the disorders to which
the system is ordidarly subject. The
PODOPHYLLIN PILLS
aot upon the stomach and bawels, carrying
off improper obstruction, while the Bitterg
or Tonio purify the blood, strengthen and
invigorate the frime, give tone and appe
tite to the stomach, and thug build up the
invalid anew.
Dr. Hoofland, having provided internal
remedies for disease, has given the world
one mainly for external application, in the
wonderful preparation knnwa as
Da. HOOFLAND a U KEEK OIL.
This Oil is sovereign remedy for pains
and aches of all kinds.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Toothache.
Chill lains. Sprains, Burns, Pain in the
Back and Loins, Ringworms, etc., etc., all
yield to its external application.
Taken internally, it is cure tor Heart
burns, Kidney Diseases, Sick fleadaohes.
Colio, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Cramps,
Pains In the Htouiacn, cows, Asthma, eto.
These remedies will be sent by express
to any looality, upon application to the
PRINCIPAL OFH1CJS, at tne OtUSlAM
MEDICINE STORE, No. 631 ARCH ST..
PHILADELPHIA t
CHAS. M. EVANS. Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JACKSON & CO
Tkeee Remedies art for tale bu JJruaoutt
Storekeeper, n4 Mtdicin Dfltre every,
where. Vln24yl
POWELL & KIME-
Powell & Kimc
Having erected a large and well arranged
new Store House on The old site, since the
fire, and filled it from etUar to garret with
the choicest goods of all descriptions, that
can be found in any market, are fully pre
pared to receivethelr old customers, and
supply their wants at bottom figures
WHOLESALE OH RETAIL.
Their assortaieut is now oemplete, com
prising DHY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
CROCKERY,
HARDWARE,
CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND S HO 133,
HATS AND CAPS,
NOTONS,;ete., etc
PORK. . FLOUR. SALT.
Feed, Hearts. Butter,
DRIED APPLES,
IXUED PEACHES,
Caniifd Goods
In short everything winted in the Country
by
LUMBERMEN, FARMERS, ME
CHANICS, MINERS, TAN
NERS, LABORING; MEN,
EVERYBODY
Alse full stook'of
MANILLA ROPE
of the best manufacture, of suitable ies
for rafting and running purposes.
a&xn Mm am,
Ridgway, Fa., More 3,'ji7J
Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral,
Tor Diseases of the Throat and Lungs,
euoh as Coughs, Golds, Whooping
Cough, Bronohitis, Asthma,
and Consumption.
Among the peat
discoveries of modem
science, few are of
more real value to
mankind than this ef
fectual remedy for all
dl.eno of the Throat
and Lungs. A vast
trial of its virtues,
throughout this mill
other countries, has
shown that it does
surely and efloctiinllv
control them. The testimony of our best citi
zens, of all classes, establishes the fact, thnt
Cherry Pectoral will and does relievo and
cure the afflicting disorders of the Throat and
Lungs beyond any other medicine. The mont
dangerous aft'ections of the Pulmonary Organs
yield to its powers and cases of Consump
tion, cured by this preparation, lire public
ly known, so remarkable as hardly to he be
lieved, were they not proven beyond dispute.
as a remeay it is adequate, on wtncli the puulic
may rely for full protection. By curing Coughs,
the forerunners of more serious disease, It ave
unnumbered lives, ami an amount of siidering
not to be computed. It challenges trial, and enn
vinoes the most sceptical. Every family should
keep it on hand as a protection gin?t the early
and unperceived attack of Pulmonary AfTertionj,
which are easily met at first, but wliich become
incurable, and too often fatal, if neglected. Ten
der lungs need this defence; and it is unwise to
be without it. As a safeguard to children, amid
the distressing diseases which beset the Throat
and Chest of childhood, Cherry I'kctohal
is invaluable; for, by its timely use, multi
tudes are rescued from premature graves, and
saved to the love and affection centred on them.
It acts speedily and surelv against ordinary colds,
securing sound and health-restoring sleep. Xo
one will suffer troublesome Influenza and pain
ful Bronchitis, when they know how easily
Oiev can be cured.
Originally the product of long, laborious, and
successful chemical investigation, no cost or toil
U spared in making every bottle in the utmost
fiossible perfection. It may be confidently re
ied upon as possessing all the virtues it him' ever
exhibited, and capable of producing cures as
memorable as the greatest it has ever effected.
prepared ry
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO.', Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE,
tor .'die by
G. G. MESSENGER, Druggist,
Ridgway, Pa.
HALL'S
VEBETABIE SICILIAN
HAIR
'KENEWER.
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
scalp, by 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, tho
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 age. It is the 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 Preparation for its
intended purposes."
Sold by all Drvgglilennd Teare in Medicinee.
Price One Dollar.
Buckingham's Dye.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
Iks 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. ST A
8ADALIS
11 IK ING.'ILDIENTS THAT
CO.MP03K ROS.VDAMS are
P'll lirihed on every package, thcrc
i. o it is not a secret p ep.i ration,
co-neqiitintly
'rillSU im PRESCRIBE IT
His a certain ctlro for fVrnf.ila,
'Syphilis in all i'.s forms, Uicinu-
ti-.ni, fekin Diiputet, I ivcr Coin
!"luii.t and all diseases uf tie
liliiod.
will do more good llian ten bottles
of ihe .'-yrupn of .SarMjurilhi.
THE U.J3ZRC13NE3 PHY3; ri.'.NS
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8 T O VE SI
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PRICES WILL SUIT !
GOODS WILL PLEASE!
U OHEHPJ
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A PLEASURE TO SHOW
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No. 1 Masonic Hnll Ruilding,
Riilgwny, l'a
NATURE'S
IlESTeiUTIYE
HAIR
Contains no LAC SULPHUH-No
SUGAR OP LEAL No LITH
ARGE Ho NITRATE OP SIL
VER, and is entirely free from the
Poisonous and Ilealth-dsstroying
Drags used in other Hair Prepara
tions. Transparent and clear as crystal, it will
not soil the finest fubrio, perfectly safe,
clean and efficient, desideratums long
sought for and found at last!
It restores and prevent the Hair from
beooming Gray, imparts a soft, glossy, ap
penrance removes Dandruff, is cool and
refreshing to (he head, checks the Hair
from falling off, and -restores it to a great
extent wheu prematurely lost, prevents
Headaches, cures all humors, cutaneons
eruptions, and unnatural heat. As a
dressing for the hair it is the best article
in the market.
Dr. li. Smith, Patentee, Ayer, Mass.
Prepared only by PROCTER BROTHERS,
Gloucester, Mass. The genuine is put up
in a panel bottle, made expressly for it,
with the name of the article blown in the
glass. Ask your Druegist for Nature'l
Hair Restorative, and take no other.
SrjySend two three cent stamps to
Procter Brothepg for a -'Treatise on the
I. uman Hair " The information tt con
tains is worth $000,00 to any person.
FOR SALE BY
0. G. MESSENGER, DRUGGIST,
Main Street, Ridgway, Penn'a. '
vlnllyl.
FOB, SALE. '
THE PROPERTY KNOWN AS
"THE JOIINSONBURQ COAL LOTS'
with all the privileges possessed by the
Wiluiarth Coal Company, Apply to
SAMUEL A. CROZER,
Upland P. O., Delaware County, Penn'a.
If you want any visiting curds, call
at the Advocate office and see those
we have printed. We have some fioi
samples of these and also of other job
woric.
BUSINESS CARDS.
11 A. RATHBUN, Attorney-at-La
J". Ridgway Pa. 2 2 tf.
JOHN O. HALL, Altorncy'at law, Ridg.
way, Elk county Pa. mar-22'661
4 S. HILL, PKyiioian and 6uigeoti
Ktrscy, Elk Co. Pa.
J O. W. BAILEY,
ATTORMEY-ATLAW.
Tlnioyl. Ridgway, Elk County, Pa.
Agent for the Traveler' Life and Acoi
dent Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn.
EVNOL08 HOUSE,
REYNOLISVILLE, JEFFERSON CO, PA.
H. S. BELNAP, Propribtor .
T8. Bordwell, M. D. Eolectio Physlcan
s Office and residence opposite the
Jail, on Centre St., Bidgway, Pa. Prompt
.mention will be given to all calls. Office
hours: 7 to 8 A. M s 12 to 2 P. M. ; ani
6 to 7 P. M. Mar. 22, 60 tf.
D
R C. II. FULLER,
BOTANIC PHYSICIAN,
Ridgway, Ta.
Residence and office opposite the Thayer
House.
11 S. HART LET. M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Ridgway, Po. Office in Walker's Building.
Special attention given to Surgery. Office
house from 8 a. m In ID n m rtoaiMani...
Jen corner of South and Court streets, op-
.uuue uie new iscuooi House. All calls
promptly attended to. vln2yl. '
GO. MESSENGER,
Druggist and Parmaceutist, corner
Main nnd Mill streets, Bidgway, Pa. A
full assortment of carefully selected For
jign anusDomestio Drugs. Prescriptions
carefully dispensed at all hours, day or
"ig'it. Vln3y.
(1IIARLES HOLES,
J Watchmaker, Engraver and Jeweler,
Main street, Ridgway, Pa. Agent for the
Howe Sewing Machine, and Morton Gold
Pen. Repairing Watches, eto, done with
the same accuracy as heretofore. Satis
faction gunrantced. vlnly.
'priAYER HOUSK.
l D. D. COOK. Proprietor,
Cor. Mill and Centre Sts., Ridgway, Pa.
The proprietor takes this method of an.
nouncing to the public that he has refitted,
rcvioed, and improved, this woll knowu
hotel, and is prepared to entertain all
who favor him with their patronage, in tho
bcstityle aud at low rates. vln30tf.
W. C. HEALY.
DEALER 1ft
DRY aOOBS, GR0CEP.IE3, P23VI3I0N3
FRODUCE, FRUITS, &o.
vluStf. West End, Ridgway, Pa.
HYDE HOUSE, .
RinowAT, Elk Co., Pa.
XV. H. SCHRAM, Proprietor.
Thankful for the patronage heretofore
so liberally bestowed upon him, the new
proprietor, hopes, by pnying strict at
tention to the comfort and convenience of
puests, to merit a continuanco oi the
same.
Oct 30 1809.
rruiE OLD BUCKTAIL'S HOTEL,
I Kane, McKean Co., Pa
R. E. LOOKER, Proprietor.
Thunkful for the patronage heretofore so
liberally bistowed upon him, the new pro
prict ir, hopes, by paying strict attention
to the comfort and oonvenienoe of guests,
to merit a oontllluance of the same. The
only stables for horses in Kane and well
kept night or day. , vln'23yl.
I TALL & BRO.
Attorneys - at - Law
ST. MARY'S,
ELE COUNTY raUSYLYAlTIA.
JO.lNO. 11ALL JAS. K. V. HALL
DR. O. WHIPPLE,
Dental Surgeon.
OUico in Walker's Building. All kinds of
dentistry done in the best style, and all
woi-k'wiirranted. He will visit Kane on
the 1st, 2d. and 3d; Wiloox on the 10th,
11th, and 12th; St. Mary's on the 21st,
22d Bnd 23d of each month. At all other
times he can be found at his office in
Ridgway. Pa. vln2yl.
KERSEY HOUSE,
CtNTutviLLB, Elk Co., Pa.
John Collins, Proprietor.
Thankful for the patronage heretofert
so liber illy bestowed upon him, the new
proprietor, hopes, by paying strict at
tention to the comfort and convenience
of guests, to merit a continuance of tha
same.
J II.W1BER,
One Door East of the Post Office, Main
St., Ridgway, Pa.
Vegetables of all kinds re
ceived daily.
Choice oranges and lemons.
vlnltf,
P. W. HAYS,
DEALER ltt .
Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries,
and General Variety,
FOX, ELK CO., PA.
Harlty I. O.
vln47tf.
PARSONS,
Manufacturer and Dealer in ttoo ts
Shoes,
Main St., opposite Hotel,
v27y
Wilcox Ta.
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