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THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1872. NATIONAL NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, Of Illinois. i . FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, HENRY WILSON, Of Massachusetts. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. for governor: Mai. Gen. JOHN F. IIARTRAN7T, Montgomery County. FOR Bl'PREME JUPOE: Hon. ULYSSES MERCUR, Bradford County FOR AUDITOR GENERAL: Brig. Gen. HARRISON ALLEN, Warren County. CONGRESSMEN AT LARGE! General LEMUEL TODD, Cumberland County. Gen. CHARLES ALBRIGHT, Carbon County. GLENNI W. SCOFIELD, Warren County. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. FOR CONGRESS. Col. C. B. CURTIS, Erie County. ' The test Governor of Pennsylvania. The people of the old Keystone State are to choose between two men now be fore them as to fitness for the highest office within their gift. The men are well known by their deeds to the people of the Commonwealth. They arc not strangers In the State, "they are of the manor bom." The one, Maj. Gen. John F. Ilartranft the Republican can .lidntn i a man of the people, with the people in feeling, and in interest. 'The other Charles R. Buckalcw the Demo cratic candidate is not in sympathy with the people, he has no interest in com mon with the masses of the people of the commonwealth, further than to get their votes. He is ns cold as an ice berg, and as selfish as Henry Vin of England ever was. Gen. Ilartranft was found with the people, and for the peo ple in times that tried men's souls. In those dark days of the Republic when our national destiny trembled in the balance, when the patriot at home, aud the lover of liberty abroad wcro fearful lest it should be declared of this republic, the hope of the ages thnt it had been "weighed in the balance and found want ing." During all those days John F. flartranft was at the frount where dan gers Btood thick through all the ground, battling for God and the right. But where was Charles R. Buckalcw in those days? Was he among the brave and the true defending lis coun try ? Was he standing with those who were standing as a wall of fire between his country, and his country's foe ? Will his name go down the historic stream to be cherished by the men of other gener ations as a name ever dear to an Ameri can heart ? But where was Buckalew in those dark days ? The past history has reoorded it and the record is as the law of the Medes and Persians aud cannot be altered. Mr. Buckalcw was a citizen of the "Fishing Creek confederacy," which like the Scuthern confederacy was arrayed against the Govcrment of the United States. United States Sena tor Charles R. Buckalcw was holding and piesidiug over a fire in the rear cop perhead Democratic Campm'eeting j the principle service of which was to sing hosanah to Jeff. Davis and shout Glory to tho Rebel chiefs. Charlos It. Buck alcw presided over the "Nob mountain" copperhead Democratic campmecting, every member of which was decorated with cither an out and out Rebel, or cop perhead badge. The government and its so'diers were deuounced by this meeting in the vilebt and lowcbt terms from it spresiding offi cer down to the dirtiest lickspittle that would fain have kissed his great toe. At said "Nob mountain" fire in the rear copperhead Democratic campmeeting, Buckalew's orderly one Col. Victor E. Piolot announced from the ttaud on ouo of tho mornings of its duration, that it wits tho will and pleasure of Senator Buckalew, (Pardon-President Buckalcw that a certain class of men preiont should take scuts upon the stand that they might be tteeu of the audience for the services of the morning were hpocial and for their especial benefit. At thin announcoucnt moro than thirty Colum bia county Traitors took seats on the platform. These traitor lad been boarded for a thort time ut "(.'nolo Sam's expeuce ut Fort mifllin, but through the clemency of President Liu eoln had cheated the hatgman of bin duo by reason cf their ploting treason against the government of their country, While John F. Ilartranft was fighting for his country'! life, United States Sen ator Charles R. Buckalew was cheek oad jowl in counsel with Thompson, Sanders, Clay, and Iloloouib, upcoial commissioner! of the Rebel confederacy to destroy the government by the Bprcad of contagious desenses, burning Commer cial centres as New York, Philadelphia, Brooklin, Boston, in fine, nil the princi ple cities of tho loyal States, releacsing prisonors of war nud turning them loose to murder the fannies of the soldiers, led by Ilartranft in the field ; by inciting insurrection in tho loyal States, by call ing to their nid those organizations known as "Sons of Liberty," "Knights of the golden circle," :yid others, known to be friendly to the Rebel cause. These are the men with whom United States Sena tor Charles R. Buckalcw holds sweet counsel and as a reward for his eer7ice in this field of his public lifo he comes forward and ask the people of Pennsyl vania to .elevate him to tho highest of fice within their gift. But tnore about this sweet specimeu of Pennsylvania Democracy in the future. "An Alliance Not a Consolidation." Our neighbor of the "Democrat" has received, and published in his last week's issue a communication bearing the above title. We read the communication care fully, once, twice, thrice, to see what might be in the tlnnys, and found that ! it was a labored efloi t to provo that combinatic.il and consolidation did not mean tho same thing. There is to ba sure a flourishes of trumpets such as Charles Sumner or Carl Schurz make as a prelude to the mole that either of theso great moun tains are about to Bring forth, about Lib-llcp-Dcm honesty and Republican pelf and plunder &c, ka. How strange the results of coalitions sometimes, as in this instance the coalition between dis appointed soreheaded Republican place seckeis, aud the rumnents of an effete, defeated political organization struculinii for power. Now don't it sound well for a Democrat to talk ubout honesty in the financial administration of either national State, or municipal Government. Only a year ago the Democratic administra tion of the municipal Government of the city and county of New York was ex posed developing a mass of corruption, rarely if ever eijuiled in the anuals of Government. It brought to light tho fact that men whoso social inclinations and habits were so low as to be beyond description for want of the necessary de scriptive words iu the English language, were in high places placed there by the Democratic party. Professional thieves, burglars, head splitters, murderers, aud keepers of houses of prostitiou , were either in possession of the places of hon or, profit, aud trust 1:1 the city and coun ty of New lork, or were the retainers of those who were, to a man they were and are Democrats, and to a man arc to day prime movers in the Lib-Rep-Dem movement. nut a ngure ttiese vaga bonds would cut iu purifying any Gov ernment, eveu the must corrupt on earth. Twelve years ago the last regular Democratic administration of our national Government with Jaiucs Buchauau at its head was in the lust six months of its existanee, and busy euoui-h it was too dismantling every uorthern Fort, and sending all the better cues south to mount the parapets of Southern Forts, or to be turned upoti the Government of the people, while others uot so good were sold as old iron aud the money pocketed by James B. Floyd, Howell cobb, and Jake Thompson, to strengthen to far as money could do so, the rebel cause. For from the repudiation of what is kuowu as the Cincinnati platform by James Buchunau in 1858 the doom of 'ho Democratic party was scaled, and preperatiou for Rebellion began with great activity, by three of Mr. Buchan an's cabinet ministers. Whou the Re publican party came into power on the 4t'a of Jarch 1 80 1 with the honest, tho noble and the prlriotic Li.ieolu at its head, there was uot so much as a dollar in tho national Treasury, and a Demo cratic slave holders rebellion in' active operation. How pretty then it sounds for a Democratic organ great or small, or even a "no party organ" with Greeley on the brain to be piping purity iu the Constitutional money handlers of the nation, when a moro graceless set of thieves never went unhung than tho greater portion of the Democratic hold ers of hi'h places in tho Government were hij'1 i'pi:ciully those of the lust. AJI thesis now living arc fir tho Li! Hep Dew Curi'IidaUi Greeley. The Lib-Kup-Dew nay a yrcut 'l''u' about letting tho "dead pa.it !iJ J Un dead," and yet every ornii of thu party flow tho Elk County l)Miirnl, lowti through ull trades and nhuderi, until you reach tho depths of rioiiticul dciradutiori embodied in that 'no party organ" tho New York Trilime. nrato their last dishonesty, and r . corruption, and treason by great preten tions to honesty, purify, and loyalty, Tho Lib-Rep-Dcm organs are forever of turning their backs on the past of their history, and yet before taking a single step they about face to utter still anoth er wail over the blasted hope of ever re turning again to their old haunts ol stealing, the national Treasury, from from which they Lave been, it is to be hoped forever driven by tho honest pure, ami clean handed Republican party. Yes neighbor Democrat you have well said, and truthfully too, (for once) "the fact is this coalition is merely a tempory al liance," to be broken up forevcrmore on the4thof November next. Republicans and Democrats mix as easily ns oil and water, while the so call ed Liberal Republicans and Democrats easily mix upon the principle "that birds of a feather flock together." Gen. Dix. It is perhaps well known to at least every Democratic of reason able intelligence that Maj.Gen. John A. Dix has been an active Democrat through all tho years of his life, but bo cause from personal knowlego of the iricn he did not support McClcllen in 1804, or Seymore in 18G8, nor Greeley in 1872. Tho "Democrat" is a little hystericy over his Democracy and says ho belongs to "the Washington R'mcr." A very good Ring. How will it com pare with Tammany. We give it at length, kowing that honest Democrats like to hear from their old time leaders. WrsTiiAMrToN, July 27, 1872. Peak Sir: Your letter of the 13th inst. risking my nid to procure a speaker for a (ireeley meeting at Hancock, was sent to rue wlnlc 1 was in New-nglamt, and I have been unable until now to acknowledge its reception. I do not understand on what around von considered your self authorized to address such a request to me. If you had lieen familiar witli the course of my public life, and equally go with Mr. Greeley's, you could not have supposed mo capable of ad vocating his election to the othce 01 I'rcsi dent of tho United States without imputing to me an utter abandonment of all political principle. 1 am opposed to Mr. Greeley: 1. Because I believe him to be as '"insta ble n9 water," perpetually floundering (to carry out the Scriptural figure) amid the surges 01 opinion, nnd deficient in all the requisites essential to a firm, steady, nnd consistent administration of the Govern ment. 2. Bceausa he has usually been found among the most exremc ultraisls on tho reat question of political and social duty, which have been brought under public dis cussion during the list quarter of a cent ury. o. Lecause he has been the advocate (and in this instance persistently,) of the most uniut nnd ifhcqual commercial system, which is destroying our mercantile and ship ping interest and heaping up enormous ac cumulations of wealth in the hands of tho protectee' classes to the oppression and im poverishment, of all others. 4, Because ho is associated in relations more or less intimate, wiih some of the chief plunderers of the City of Now York, justly warranting tho apprehension that through his complicity or his facile disposi tion, the same system of fraud nnd corrup tion which hns disgraced the Muncipal Government of this City may be carried to more infamous extremes iu the administra tion of tho Federal Government: and, 5 Heinuse in the darkest hour of the country's peril, when a traitorous combina tion had becu formed to overthrow the Gov ernment, he openly counsolcd the cowardly policy of non-resistance, ami nn nequies cence iu the dissolution of the Union, when ever the cotton Suites should makeup their minds to po. '1'he coalition, which h:i linen formed to promote his election, is one of the most ex traordinary in the history of parties, in re spect both to the discordant elements it embraces, and the surrender of principles it involves. ThcCincinntUi Convention, called to bring before the people important mcasuros of re form, nominated him, greatly to the sur prise of (lie whole country, knowing him, in regard to one of those measures, to be an implacable opponent nominated too, against tho wishes and judgment of the chief pi-f moters of the movement who no- cepted him, either with nn nvowod or an ill-concealed disgust, which would bo far more creditable to their feelings if the act of acceptance were not utterly irreconcila ble with their principles. 1 lie democratic Convention nt Daltimore endorsed and commended him to the sup port of their party not ns the exponent of any principles they have piofesscd or any measures they nave advocated, lint as a known and bitter opponent ot bo'h tho man who pcrhnps, of all others, has been the most malignant assailant of tho Demo cracy, impeaching its interrity, traducing its motives, and vilifying its character The udoption of such a man as their can didate for the Chief Magistracy of tho Union is the most conspicuous abauduuuiuut of political principles known to party con tests. It remains to be seen whethbi- the great body of the Democratic voters, nnd the true friends of Reform, can be made parties to this unscrupulous coalition between politi cal leaders. That Gen. Grant has committed mistakes his most sincere friends admit. But if his errors had been four-fold more numerous, he would, in my opinion, bo a much safer Chief Magistrate than Mr. Greeley. Ho has, in that capacity, done much for which he deserves the (hunks of the country. Above all, he has kept it at peace, notwithstanding the efforts of sonsution journals and popu larity. seeking politicians to provoke hostili ties with Spain on the nuvstion of Cuba, nnd with Great Britain on the Alahania chums aud the fisheries. If, regardless of these titles lo the approv. ul of his fellow citizens, and of his iuvalu' ublu services during tho late civil war, they should sot him aside for Mr. Greeley; if the inner, a mere erratic politician, untried in nny important public trust, should be ele vated to tho Chief Muirialrncv of the Union a Uuiou which Would nut now exist if hiy counsels had been fallowed and if the man who, of ull others, has done the most to presurve it uliould bo discarded for a suc cessor so HI qualifned and so unscrunuloug ly nominated aud eustaiueJ, the example would be most deplorable in its influence on ull high motives to polilicul action, andjus tify the must painful forebodings as to the tuture. . I urn respectfully your3,- JOHN A. DIX A. B. Cobnwbll, Esq., Hancock, N. Y. It is thought that Siaru may yet be- uuuio uivuizeuj lao iiag nas already ii-urueu 10 swear, ana wears a shirt. "W. S. SERVICE. GO AND SEE! IT WILL PAY! 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D., author of Hie "Green ISook, &o. the norld-renowncd author, ill thin ad- nu ruble Lecture, clearly proves from his own experience that tho awful consc-quenoos 01 oeu-Aiiuse may no onoctuaily removed without medicine, and without dangerous surgical operations, bougies, Instruments, rings, or cordials, pointing out a modo of cure at once certain and cll'cctual, by which every sutl'erer, no matter what hiu conditiou may be, cure himself cheaply, privately and ruuicany. t his lecture will prove a boon to thousands aud thousands Sent under seal, in a plain envelope. any address, on receipt of six cents, or two postage stamps, by addressing the publish era. Also, DR. CULVERWELIS "Mar riage Guide," price 60 cents. Address tho Publishers. CHAS. J. C. KLINE & CO. 127 Bowery, New York. P. 0. Box 4580 vln47yloI. "Wood's New Iron Mower. AGENTS WANTED. For Circulars, particulars, etc., address, SELLEW, ADAMS cfc CO., Gowanda, N. Y. Manufacturers of the Gowanda Plow, cno best iuado. ior sale in luagwuy by POWELL & KIME April 18th, '72-3m. JF YOU WANT TO BUY GOODS CHEAP GO TO THAYER ft IIAGERTY Main Street, Ridgway, Ta. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ROOTS. SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, GLASS AND QUEENS WARE, WOOD AND WILLOW-WARE, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. A Large Stock of Groceries and Provisions. Tho BEST BRANDS of FLOUR Constantly on hand, add sold as cheap as tho CHEAPEST. THAYER & IIAGERTY. vln2. The Improved Gerard, Oroid Gold Watches, 89.00 12.00 ?15.00 818.00 WE have recently brought our Oroide Gold metal to Buch perfection that it is difficult for the best judges to distin. quish it from gold. The $9 watches ore with patent escapement movements; in ap pearance and for time equaling a gold one costing $100. Tho $12 are lull jowclcd patent lever, equal to $150 gold watoh. The $16 are the same as the last but a finer finish, nickle movements, equal to one cost ing $175. And tho $18 watches are of a fine finish with full jeweled American lever movement, equaling a gold one costing $200. TliAV ni-0 nil in lmntinfr -nefta irnnl'. anrl I -J o - 6-"- ( billies Hi7.es, and guaranteed for time and wear by Bpecinl certificate. Also elegant designsof gent's nnd ladies chains from $1 to $4, nnd jewelry of nil kinds. Goods sent C. O. D. Customers per mitted to examine what they order before paying bill, on payment of express t barges. vt lien six watches are ordered at one time we will send an extra watch of the same quality free. ror turther particulars send for circular. Address JAMES GERARD & CO., 85 Nassau Street, New York, P. O. Box 3,3bl Nov. 30, 872-vln37m0. RAILROADS- PHILADELPHIA AND EBIE RAILROAD, SUMMER TIME TABLE. r"S and after MONDAY, JUNE 3d, 1872, J the trains on the Philadelphia. & iM'ie itailroaa will run as lollows : WKBTWARD. Mail Train leaves Philadelphial1. 30 p. m. " " " Ridgway 2.05 p. m, " " arrive at Krie 7.30 p. m. Erie Exp leaves Philadelphia. ..12. 30 p. m " " " Ridgway 2.25 a. m. arrive at i-rie l.w a. m. Accomodation, leaves Rcnova, ...2.00 p. m. " Kidgway,..!). 14 p. m " arr nt Kane 7.30p.m. EASTWARD. train loaves r.rie 11.0 a. m. " " " Ridgway 4.50 p. m, " arrive at Philad'a... 6.40 a. m Urie Express leaves Erie 7.50 p. m " " Ridgway ...12. 38 a. in " " ar-at Philadelphia.. 1.20 p. m Accomodation, leaves Kane 7.30 a. ni. " " Ridgway... 8.40 a. m " nrr nt St. Marys 9.12 a m " arr at Renovo 12. 10 p. m Mail East connects cast and wett at Eric with L 8 & MS R W and nt Corry and Trvinetoa with Oil Creek and Allegheny R IX w. Mail West at Corry and Irvineton with Oil Creek and Allegheny R R W. Warren Accommodation east and west with trains on L S nnd M S R east and west and at Corry with O C and A R R iV Erie Accommodation East at Corry and irvineton with O C and A R R W. WM. A. BALDWIN. Gen"l Sup't. XEWTIMB TARLE. Commencing November 20th, 1871. ALLEGHENY VALLEY R. R. THE BEST ROUTK BETWEEN PITTS BURGH AND POINTS ON THIS PHIL' A. & ERIE R. R. liOISd SOUTH. imy express leaves IM City at J J. p ui Arrives at Pittsburgh 8 55 p m Night Express leaves Oil City 0 SO p m Arrives at Pittsburgh (i 40 a m Mail loaves Oil City 9 45 a ui ArnvcM at I'lltstiurgli ti 00 p m Parker's AcooniJ loaves Oil City 7 15 a m .111vea in 1 ai KC M ju 10 it m Mttanuing aocoin. leaves Oil City 4 00 pm inni-a hi rvuiauillllg y HI p ni OOINO NORTH. Day Express leaves Pittsburg at 7 50 a in Arrives at Oil City at 2 25 Night Express leaves Pittsburgh 8 20 p m Arrives at Oil City 5 45 a ut Way Passenger leaves Pittsburgh 11 50 am Aiirrivea ai oil v uy 7 -jo Parker s Acoom. leaves Parker ti 00 p in Arrives at Oil City 0 15 n ni Kitlauing Acoom. leaves KUtu'e 7 05am Arrives at Oil City 12 20 p m Oloso Connections mado at Corry for Pittsburgh with trains East and West 011 P. & E. U. 11. Pullmau Pullace Drawing Room Sleep ing Cars on Night Express Trains bciwcon Corry and Pittsburgh. Ask for Tickets via Alleehenv Vallcv R. K. J. J. LAWRENCE. Gen. Snot. DAGUSCAIIONDA RAILROAD. From aud after Monday, Feb. 6th 1871. Trains will run on this Road as follows: Leaves Earlcy 7.30 a. m., arrives at Dagusoahoudii Junction 8.11) a. m., con necting with Accoin. east 8.14 a. ui., and with Mail west at 9.15 a. m. Leaves Daguscahonda at 9.20 a. m., aniyes at Earley 10.00 a. iu. Leaves Eariey 3.30 p. 111., and arrives at Dag uscahonda at 5.00 p. m., connecting with Mail east at 5.0 'J p. ni., and Ac commodation west at 5.40 p. in. In case P. & E. trains are late. Ductus- cabondu train holds twenty minutes be yond the above time. Tickets should always bo procured ueiore leaving stations. C. R. EARLEY, Lessee. powell:& kime. Powell & Kime Having erected a large and well arranged new Store House on the old site, since the fire, and filled it from otUar to garret with the choicest goods of all descriptions, that can bo found in any market, ore fully pre pared to rcccivctliclr old customers, and supply their wants at bottom figures WHOLESALE OB RETAIL. Their assortment iB now complete, com prising DRY GOOD3 GROCERIES, CROCKERY, HARDWARE, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, NOTlONS,Jetc, etc. PORK. FLOUR. SALT. Food, Ueans, Butter DRIED APPLES, D1UED PEACHES Canned Goods, Iu short everything wanted iu tho'Country by LUMRERMEN, FARMERS, ME CHANICS, MINERS, TAN NERS, LAROUING.MEN, EVERYBODY Also a full stock'of MANILLA ROPE of the best manufacture, of suitable sizes for rafting and running purposes. Mm III fiBB: Ridgway, Pa., Maroh 2, 1871 BUSINESS CARDS. i. A HATIIBUH, Attorney-at-Uw, 2 2tf. JOHN G. HALL, Attorney at law Rid way, Elk county P,. 7 A8i-'lat'vPk"ioial1 hai Surgeon , Kersey, Elk Co. Pa, 8 J 0. W. BAILEY, ATTORNEY-ATLAW. vlnoyl. Ridgway, Elk County, Ta. Agent for the Traveler's Life and Acch dent Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn. jfEYNOLOS HOUSE, REYNOLDSVTLLE, JEFFERSON CO, PA. II. 8. BELNAP, Propribtoe . JS. Bordwell, M. D. Eolectio Physican c Office nnd residence opposite the Jail, on Centre St., Ridgway, Pa. Prompt attention will be given to all calls. Office hours : 7 to 8 A. M- ; 12 to 2 P. M. ; and 6 to 7 P. M. Mar. 22, 00-tf. DK. O. WHIPPLE, Dental Burgeon. Office at thh Drug Store of Harlcy & Whipple Walker's new building, Main street, Ridgway, Po. Will visit Kane, Wilcox, and St. Mary's. vln2yl. T S. HARTLEY, M. D., Phvsioian anrl Sure-Ann. iviugway, ra. Ulhce in Walker's Building, Special attention given to Surgery. Office house from 8 a. m. to 10 p, m. Residenca on corner of South and Court streets, op posite the new School House. All calls promptly attended to. vln2yl. GO. MESSENGER, Druggist and Parmaceutist, corner Main and Mill streets, Ridgway, Pa. A full assortment of carefully selected For ign andsDomestic Drugs. Prescriptions carefully dispensed at all hours, day or u'gut- vln3y. "1HARLES HOLES. VJ Watchmaker, Engraver and Jeweler, Main street, Ridgway, Pa. Agent for the Howe Sewing Machine, and Morton Gold Pen. Repairing Watches, eto, done witli he same accuracy as heretofore. Satis action guaranteed. vlnly. rpiIAYER HOUSE. X 1- 1. COOK, Proprietor, Cor. Mill and Centre Sts., Ridgway, Pa. The proprietor takes this method of an' nouncing to the public that he has refitted, revised, and improved, this well known hotel, and is prepared to entertain all who favor him with their patronage in the bc3t style and at low rates. vln30tf. W. C. HEALY. DEALER IN DSY G0033, O30S3S33, PBOVISIOIW PRODUCE, FRUITS, &o. vlnStf. West End, Ridawav, Pa. HYDE HOUSE, Riuqway, Elk Co., Pa. V. II. SCII RAM, P.oprietor. Thankful for tho patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed upon him, the net proprietor, hopes, by paying Btrict at tention to the comfort and convenience of gueBts, to merit a continuance ot the same. Oct 30 1S0V. rpilE OLD BUCKTAIL'S HOTEL, 3 Kane, MoKean Co., Ta R. E. LOOKER, Proprietor. Thankful for thepatronago heretofoie so liberally bestowed upon him, the new pro prietor, hopes, by paying strict attention to the comfort nnd convenience of guests, to merit a continuance oX tho same. The only stables for horses iu Kane and well kept night or day. vln23yl. 4 HALL & I3RO Attorneys - at - Law ST. MARY'S, ELK C0U1TTY PNNSYLYAKIA. JOiI.NO. HALL JAS. K. V. HALtr KERSEY HOUSE, Centbevii.le, Elk Co., Pa. Jons Collins, Proprietor. Thankful for the natronase heretofort so liberilly 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. S. A. ROTE, PHOTOGRAPHER. AND DEALER IN Chromos,. Stercoscopio Views, Picture Frames, &c. WEST END, RIDGWAY, ELK CO. PA, v2n2tf. J. H. W1IBER, Ono Door East of the Post Office, Main bt., Ridgway, Pa. Vegetables of all kinds re- ceivea aauy. Choice oranges ana lemons. vlnltf. P. W. HAYS, DEALER IN Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, and Gsneral Variety, FOX, ELK CO., PA. Eariey 1. . Ttn47tf. J." PARSONS, Manufacturer and Dealer in Roots Shoes, . Main St., opposite Hotel, v27j Wilco Pa,