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H. A. Pattison, Editor. THURSDAY. OCT.17. 1872. NATIONAL NOMINATIONS. ffiR l'RF.8ir)ENT, 'ULYSSES 8. GRANT, Of Illinois. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, - HENRY WILSON, Of Massachusetts. GOD SAVE THE COMMONWEALTH. I HERIFF'S PROCLAMATION I The late Elections. Now that one of the greatest political conflicts ever witnessed on the field of American politics is over, and the smoke is clerring away, the excitemeDt always attending a political contest but iotense fied in this dying out, and citizens arc taking time to look about them, it may not be out of place to glance over the field and Bee what, if any adjustments are necessary to make not only a success ful but a triumphant advance along our entire line on the coming 5th of No vember. A majority of more than 30,000 of the citizens of Pennsylvania have said to the nation, that they are highly grrti- fied and pleased with the way the Re publican party has conducted the affairs of our Commonwealth, and that they have no thought of disturbing that paity, the party of progress, and reform in the broadest sense, as the custodians of pub lie affairs, while with each year they are advancing the interests of the entire people, and developing the resources of the State, in the most unparalleled man ner, Ohio, Indiana, and Nebraska havo joined Pennsylvania, in greetings to Mster States, aud on the 5th day of No vember a large majority of the Com monwealths in thi3 greatest confederacy of republics known to history, will pro claim to a world of uations, that the work of the Republican party is not yet completed, and cannot be while there is something yet to be dane to give further development to every power man pos sesses to confirm the principle of self government beyond the possibility of doubt or cavil. Fossillated political opinions havo been yielding to tho march ot wind in all the ages, and are now scattered over the fields of history as things of the past, curiosities in their way. The workings of the "higher law" "higher law" has given us the constitu tion of the United States as it is, a con stitaiion infinitely better than the eon stitution as it was. The Republican party is slow to touch that instrument, it reveres and venerates its age and work, yet hesitates not to add to it whatever may be necessary to advance the liberties, the inalieahle rights of all men. It has given equality before the law to all men, without regard to nationality, religion, color, or former condition of servitude. It now seeks to secure these beyond the possibility ot disturbance. As Republicans we must work, work, WORK. Our enemy beaten and routed on every field, drivon from their old strong holds, aud chaffing under repeat ed defeats are bitter in their hatred toward us, their malignity is deep seated, as was most clearly manifested in their manner of conducting the late campaigns in the States of Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Indiana, and especially in Pennsylvania and Indiana. The most 'unscrupulpus and villianous falsehoods were resorted to, to accomplish their purpose, and 6ecure to them victory. We may de rend upon it that for the next four weeks they will not be idle in this mat ter, and if it is possible to be more un scrupulous, if blacker falsehoods can be found in their catalogue we may depend upon it they will employ them, hence the neoessity of effort, we must not be content with victory merely, but victory triumphant. Washington, October 11. The fol lowing was issued this afternoou: Department of state Washington, Oct 11, 1872 J The undersigned is charged by the President with the painful duty of an uouncing to the people of the United States the death of an illustrious citizen, William Henry Seward, distinguished for faithful and eminent service in va lied publio trusts during a long scries of years, died at Auburn, iu the State of New York, yesterday, October 10 Charged with the administration of the Department of State at a most critical pe riod in the history of the nation, Mr Seward brought to the duties of that office exalted patriotism, unwearied in dustry and comsumate ability. A grate ful natioo will cherish his name, his fume and his memory. The eeveval ex ccutivo departments will cause appropri ate honors to be rendered to the memory of tho deceased statesman at home and abioad. Hamilton Fish, Secctary of State. S Pursuant to an act of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An Act relatiug to the Elections in this Commonwealth," approved the 2d day of July, A. n. one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine, I, DANIEL O. OYSTER, Sheriff of the county of Elk, Pennsylvania, do hereby make known and give notice to the electors of the county aforesaid, that an election will be held iu the said county of oT Ellc, on TUESDAY, Oth day of November 1872, (U being .the first Tuesday of th$. month; for tho purpose of electing the following olhceis to-wit: Two persons as Senatorial electors Three persons as electoas at large as representative electors. Twenty-four persons to reprcseut the several Congressional districts, as electors. 1 do hereby tuuke known and give notice that the place for holding tho aforesaid election iu the several towns and boroughs are as follows, to-witt: llenczettc township, at the house of Elizabeth Y lnslow. Renzicner township, ut the school house on Michael St., near the Elk creek bridge. Pox township, at tho Centrevillc school house. Highland township, at the house of Levi Ellithorpe. Horton township, at the school house near D. C. Oysters Hotel. Ridgway township, ai the Court House. St. Mary's Roro., at the Town Hall Spring Creek township, at the House of Mockdale, Downer x Co Jay township, at the houso of Alfred Pcarsall. Jones township, at the uilcox lan ing and Lumber Co's., office in Wilcox Millbtone township, at the house of Henry Herr, at Parrs Dam. CHANGES IN THE MOPE OF VOTING. I also make known the following act, entitled. An Act regulating the mode ot voting at all elections in the several counties of this Commonwealth unproved Maich 80th 1860. Section 1. Re it enacted by the Sen ate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in Gen eral Assembly met, aud is hereby enact ed by the authority of the same. That the qualified voters of the several coun ties of this Commonwealth, at all general township, borough mid specinl elections arc hereby, heieiitur, authorized and required to vole, by tickets printed or written or partly printed und partly written, severally classified as follows: One ticket shall embrace the names ol all judges of courts voted for, aud to be labelled outside "judiciary": one ticket shall embrace the names of ull state offic ers to be voted, and be labelled, "state" one ticket shall embrace the names of all county officers voted for, iucludiu" office of Senator, and members of As Uon'gress if voted tor, and shall bo' labell ed "county," &c, and each class shall be deposited id sepcrate ballot boxes. I aiso make known nnd give notice. as in and by the 15th section of aforesaid act, 1 am directed that every tierson except Justices of the Peace, who shall hold any oflieo anpointiueut of trust or profit, under the Government of the United States, or this State, or any city or incorporated district, whether u com missioned officer or otherwise a subordin ate officer or agpnt who is or fchall bo employed under the legislative or judi ciary or executive department of this State or of the United States, of any city or incorporated district, and also every member of Congress and State Legislature, and the select and common council of any city Commissioner, oruuy incorporated district, is by law incapable of holding or exercising at the same time the othce or appointment of Jud;e, In spector or Clerk, of any election of this Commonwealth, and that no inspector or Judge, shall be eligible to any office then to be voted tor. Also in the 4th sectionofthe Act of Assemoiy, entitled. "An act relating to elections and for every purpose," ai proved April 10th, 1809, it is euacted . 1 A .1 - 14.1 , 1 It mar, me i-itu section shall be so con strued as to prevent any militia or borough officer from serving as Judpe Inspector, or Clerk, at auy general or special election in this Commonwealth. Also, that in the Gist, section of said act it is enacted "That every general or special election shall be opened between the hours ot six or seven in the fore noon, aud shall remain without lr.terrup tion uutii seven o ciock in tnc evenin" when the polls shall be closed. ISo person shall be permitted to vote at any election as aforesaid, but a unite freeman of the age of twenty-one years, or more, who shall havo resided in this State at least one year and in the clec lion district where he offers bis vote, at least ten days immediately preceding such election, and within two years paid a State or County tax, which shall have been assessed at least ten days before the election. Rut a'pitizen of the Linked States, who has previously been a quali fied voter ot this State, but removed there from and returned, and shall have resided in the election district and paid taxes as aforesaid, shall be entitled to vote after residiug in this state six months: Provided, that the freemen citi zens of the United States between tho ages of twenty-ono and twenty-years, who haveresided in au election district as aforesaid, shall be entitled to vote, although they shall have paid no taxes Whereas, The lifteenth Amend ment of the Constitution of the United States is as follows Section 1. The right of citizens of the United States shall not be denied o auriugeu ty tne uoitea estates on ac count of lace, color, or previous eondi tion of servitude. S0. 2. Toat Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropri ate legislation. Ami whereat , The Congress of the United States, on the 31st of March 870, passed an act entitled, "An act to eoforca the tight of citizens of the United States to vote in the several States of the Union, tnd lor other purposes," the first and second sections of which aro as follows: Section 1. Ro it enacted by tho Senate and House of Representatives of the Lni'ed Mates ol America in Con gress assembled. - Thatall citizens oi tne i.'niica states who are or hall be -otherwise qualified to vote at any election by the people of any Stnto, .territory, district, city, county, parish, township, school districc, municipality, or other territorial subvisionshallbe entitled and allowed to vote at all such elections, without distinction of color, race, or previous condition of servitude; any con stitution, law, custom, usago, or regula tion of any State or territory, or by or under its authority, to the contrary, notwithstanding. Sec. 2. And be it further enactat That if, by or under the constitution or laws of any State or tho laws ot any ter ritory, any act is or shall bo required to be done as a prerequisite or qualification for voting, and by euch constitution or laws persons or officers are or shall be charged witli the performance cf duties in furnishing to citizens an opportunity to perform such prerequisites, or to become qualiued to vole it shall be the duty ot every such person and officer to give all citizens of the L nited btatcs, tho same and eiiua! opportunity to perform such prerequisite and to become qualified to vote without distinction of race, color or previous condition of servitude; and if any such persons or officers shall refuse, or knowingly omit to uive full effect to this section, he shall for every such of': fence, forfeit and pay the sum of five hundred dollars, to the persons aggrieved thereby, to be recovered by an action ou the case, with full costs and such a low ancc for counsel fees as the court shall deem just, and shall also for every such otteuce be deemed euiity ol misdemean. or, and shall on conviction thereof be ned not less than five hundred dollars or to be impnsoued Dot less than one month and not more thau one year, or oth. at the discretion of tho court. And Yhercas, It is declared by the secnod section of the VI article of the Constitution of tho United States, that This Constitution of the United States which shall he madt in pursuance thereof hall be the supreme law ot the land anything iu the Constitution or laws of a hi JStutPf to the contrary, not withstanding. And whereas, Ihe Legislature of this Commonwealth, ou the Oth day of April 1870, passed an uct entitled "A further supplement to the net relating to elec tions in this Couiuiouwealth, the 10th section provides us lollows: section 10. I hat, so much ot every act of Assembly as provides that only white freemen shall be entitled to vole, fd vote 'at auy' general' or special election of this Commonwealth, be and the same is hereby repealed, and that hereafter all freemen without distinction of color. hall ho enrolled and registered accord ing to the provisions ot the first section of tho act approved the 17th of April. 18G0, entitled, "An act further supple mental to an act relative to the elections of this Commonwealth," and shall when otherwise qualified under existing laws, be entitled to vote at all general and special elections in this Commonwealth. No person shall be permitted to vote whose name is not contained iu the list of taxable inhabitants furnished by the Commissioners, unless he first produces receipt lor the payment within two years, ot fctate or Uounty tax, assess d reeably to the Constitution, and give satisfactory evideuce either on his owu oath or alfiirmatiou of auother that he has paid such tax, or on failure to pro duce such receipt shall make oath of the payment thereof; it he claims to vote by being an elector' between the ages of twenty-one aud twenty-two yeais he shall depose on oath or uflirmatiou that he has resided iu the State at least one year before his application, and muke prool ot bis residence within his district as required by the act, and that he does verily believe from accounts givcu him, that he is ol the age aforesaid and give such other evidence as is required by the act whereupon the name ot the per son so admitted to vote shall be regis tered in the alphabetical list by the in spector, and a note made opposite there to by the word "tax." if he shall have been admitted to vote by reason of hav ing paid tax, or the word "age" if he t-liall have been admitted to vote by reason of age, shall be called out to the clerks, who shall muke like notes iu the list kept by them In all cases where the name of persons claimiug to votf is found on the listfur uished by the Commissioners and As sessors, aud his right to vote whether fouud thereon or not, is objected by any qualified citizen, it shall be the Inspec tors duty to examine such persons on oath as to his qualifications, and if he claims to have resided within the State for ouo year or more, his oath shall not be sufficient proof thereof, but shall make proof thereof by at least one com petent witness who shall he a qualified elector, that he has resided within the district for more than ten days immedi ately preceeding such election, and shall also himself swear that his boue-fide residence in pursuance to his lawfull is in said distriet, and that he did not remove into said district for the purpose ot voting therein, Every person qualified as aforesaid, and who shall make the duo proof, if re quired, of his residence and payment of ot taxes aforesaid, in the towuship, ward or district ia which he shall reside. it any person shall prvent or attemp to prevent any officer of any election un der this net from holding sueh election or use or threaten any violence to any suol officer, or shall interrupt or inpro- pcrly mterfer with him in the execution ot his duty, or shall block up the window or avenue to any window where the same may be holding, or shall riotously disturb the peace at such election, or shall use or practice any intimidation threats, forco or violence, with design to influence unduly or overawe any elector, or to prevent him from voting, or to re strain the freedom of choice, such per sons on conviction shall be fined in any sum not exceeding five hundred dollars, be imprisoned for any time not lea than one month nor more than one year ana f it be shown that the poisons so olTend- ng was not a resident of the city, ward, district or township where the said of fence was committed, and not entitled to VDte therein, and on conviction he shall be sentenced to pay a fine of not less than one hundred or more than one thousand dollars, and be imprisoned not less than six months or more than two years. Ihe following proclamation from the Governor ot this Commonwealth is also published in accordance with tho re quirements of law, viz: Pursuant to the provisions contained in the 7th sedtion of the act aforesaid the judges of tho aforesaid district shall respectively take charge of the certificats of returns of the election of their respec tive district, and produce them at a meeting of one judge from, each district to the Court House in the town of Ridgway, on the third day after the day of election, being on Fill PAY, THE 8th DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1872, at 10 o'clock a. m. then and there to do and. perform the duties required by law of said judges. Also, that where a judge, by sickness or unavoidable accideut to attend such meeting of judges, then the certificate or return shall be taken charge of by one or the inspector or clerks, ot the election district, who shall do and per form the duties required ot said judge uuabln to attend. Given under my hand at Ridgway the 4th day of Septembei, in tho year of our Lord, onethonsaud eigh hundred and seventy-two and of the independence of the United States the ninety-sixth: D. C. OYSTER, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, October 14th, 1872. Powell & kime. Powell & Kime Having erected large and well arranged new Store House on the old site, since the fire, and filled it from ciUar to garret with the choicest goods of all descriptions, that can bo found in any market, are fully pre pared to receivetliclr old customers, anrl supply their wants at bottom figures WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. Their assortment is now complote, com. prising JF YOU WANT TO RUY GOODS CHEAP OO TO ' THAYER & IIAGERTY Main Street, Ridgway, Pa. 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. The REST RRANDS of FLOUR Constantly on hand, add sold as cheap as the CHEAPEST. BUSINESS CARDS. A. RATHBUiV, Ridgway, Pa. Attorney-al-lw, 2 2 tf. JOHN O. HALL, Attorney at lav, Rid way, Elk county Pa. mar22'GCl S. HILL. PUslcian Kersey, Elk Co. Pa. GC1 anil Surgeon J0' DRY GOODS GUOCEHIE3, CROCKERY, Hardware, CLOTHING vlnuyl. Ridgway, Elk County. Pa. A cent for the Traveler's I .if A unit A am! a dent Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn. THAYER &IIIAGERTY. vln2. ROOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, The improved Gerard Orold Gold Watches, 9.00 812 00 15.00 818.00 VVE have recently brought our Oroido y Gold metal to such perfection that it is dilucult for the best judges to distin nuish it trom gold, llio !il watclics are with patent escnpement movements: in an pearnuce and fur ti ne equaling a gold one costing $100. The f 12 are full jeweled patent, lever, equal to $1011 gold watch. The $15 are the same as the last but a finer finish, nickle movements, equal to one cost ing $175. And the $18 watches aro of i fine finish with full jeweled American lever movement, equaling a gold one costing S200. Tlicy are all in hunting enscs, cent's and ladies sizes, and eunranteed for time and wear by special certificate. Also cleirnn desiensof cent's and ladies chains from $1 to $4, and jewelry of all kinds. Ooous sent (J. O. D. Customers per mitted to examine what they order belor payingbill. on payment of express rlinrges. When aix watches are ordered at. one time we will send an extra watch of tli ?amc quality free. ror lurtlier particulars send tor circular Address J A MES G E IIAKD & CO., 85 Nassau .Street, New York, P. O. llox 8.3ul Nov. 30, lS72-vln37inli. W. S. SERVICE GO AND SEE! IT WILL PAY! THE LARGEST STOCK OK THE BEST-NO OTHER IN STOCK NO riONSjjctc, etc. RAILROADS- W. HAILKT, A1TORNEY-AT-LAW. EYNOL03 HOUSE, EEYNOLDSVILLE, JEFFERSON.CO, PA. H. S. BELNAP, rRoraiKTOs . J. S. Bordwell, M. D. Eclectic Physical) Office and 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 a r. M. j and 0 to 7 P. M. Mar. 22, GO-tf. D R. G. WHIPPLE, Dental Surgeon. (iltice at thh Drug Store of Harlev & Whipple, Walker's new building, Main street, Ridgway, Pa. Will visit Kane. W llcox, nnd St. Maty's. vlnl'yl. rp s. iiai RTLEY, M. D., Physician ana Surgeon, Ridgway, Pa. Office in Walker's Building. Special attention given to Surgery. Office house trom 8 a. m. to 10 p. in. Residence on corner of South and Court streets, op posite the new School House. All calls promptly attended to. vln2yl. G G. MESSENGER, Druggist aud Parmaceutisl, corner Main and .Mill streets, Ridgway, Pa. A full assortment of carefully selected For uigu audsDonicstic Drugs. Prescriptions carefully dispensed at. all hours, day or uighl. vln'ly. "IIIARLIiS HOLES, Vj Wat tchmaker, Engraver and Jeweler, Main street, Ridgway, Pa. Agent for tho Howe Sewing Machine, and Morton Gold Pen. Repairing Watches, etc, done with he same accuracy as heretofore. Satis actioj guaranteed. vlnly. PHILADELPHIA AND EBIE RAILROAD. SUMMER TIME TABLE POBK. FLOUB. SALT. rood, licans, Butter N and after MONDAY, JUNE H1 1872, "MAYER HOUSE. D. D. COOK, Proprietor, Cor. Mill and Centre Ms., llidgway, l'a. The proprietor takes this method of an- ouueiug to the public that he has refitted. revised, mid improved, this well known otel, and is prepared to entertain all ho favor i.im with their pitronage. in tin beit Llvle and at low rates. vln30tf. DllIKD APPLES, m. m. in. in m. in. m. in. . m. in. in. DRIED'PEACHI .S TO TE SI HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS IN ENDUES A ARIETY. PRICES WILL SUIT ! GOODS WILL PLEASE! Canned Goods, ic trams on tne riniaMcipiua Erie Railroad will run as follows: WBSTWAKI). Mail Train leaves Philadelphia.! I 33 p " Ridgway 2.(J p. arrive at Erie i .30 p. Erie Exp leaves Philadelphia... 12. :)( p. " Uidgway - a. arrive at Erie .7.40 a. Accomodation, leaves Rcnova, ..2. 00 p. ' Ridgway,..!). 1 1 p. arr at Kane 7.30 p, KASTWAlll). f'l Tvnin lonvoq t'vio 11 91 a. " Kidgway 4.()0 p. arrive at Philud'a... li. 10 a. Erie Express leaves Eiic 7.50 p. m. " Fidgway...l2.H8 a. m. ar'at Philadelphia.. 1.20 p. m. Accomodation, leaves Knne 7.G0 a. m. " " Ridgway... 8.RI a. in. ' arr at St. Marys 9.12 am. " nrv at ileimvo 12.10 p. in. Mail East connects east and well at Erie with L S & M S R W aud at. Con y and li-viiietoa with Oil Creek and Allegheny R Mail West at Corrj anil Irvinetou with Oil Creek and Allegheny R R W. narren Accommodation east nnd west with trains on L 8 ami MS R east and west and at Corry with 0 C ami A 11 R r.ne Accommodation East at Corry and Irvinetou with 0 C and A R R W. WM. A. BALDWIN. Geu'l Sup't. W. C. HEALY. DEALER IN D3Y GOODS, G3::3Jt-33, PROVISIONS PUODU JE, FRUITS, &o. luStf. West End, RHgway, fa. NEWTIME TARLE. STOVES DELIVERED AND SET FltEEl FItEE! FllEE! CALL AND EXAMINE! A PLEASURE ;tO"SUOW In short cvcryihing'winted in the Country by LUMRERMEN, FARMERS, ME CHANICS, MINERS, TAN NERS, LAROaiNG.MEN, Commencing November 20th, 1S71. ALLEGHENY VALLEY R. R. THE BEST ROUTE BETWEEN PITTS BURGH AND POINTS ON THE 1111 L'A. & ERIE It. R. GOING SOUTH. Day Express leaves Oil City at Arrives at 1 lttsburgh Night Express leaves Oil City Arrives at riitsDurgn Mail leaves Oil City Arrives at Pittsburgh Parker's AccouiJ leaves Oil CUy Arrives at. l arkej s 8 55 p in 9 30 p m ( 40 a m ') 45 a in 0 00 p in 7 15 a in 10 15 a m Kittanuing Aooom. leaves Oil City 4 00 p m 0 10 p ui 7 50 a a 2 25 pm 8 20 p m o 4o a m EVERYBODY GOODS! w. a. SERVICE, No. 1 Masonic Hall Building, Uidgway, Pa OTICE. My wife Mary Roper has left my bed and board without just cause or provo cation. This is to forbid all persons harbor ing or trusting ber on my account, as I will pay no debts of her construction after this date. CASPER ROPER, Aug. loili, 1672. Jones Townbhip. Also a'full stock of MA NULL A FIOPE oi .tne nasi uiauuiucmre, or suitable sizes for rafting and running purposes. " Arrives at Kitianning GOING NOUT1I. Day Express leaves Piitsburg at Arrive ill wil lliy at Night Express leaves Pittsburgh Arrives at Oil City l ay l'assenger leaves Pittsburgh 11 60 a m Aarrives at uu uity 7 25 p ni i-arKer accoui. leaves I'arker ti (JO p m Arrives at Oil City 9 16pm Kittaning Accom. leaves Kittn'g 7 05 a m Arrives at Oil City 12 20pm vioso connections niaae at uorrv for Pittsburgh with trains East and West P. & E. R. R. Pullman Pallace Drawine Room Sleep ing Cars on Night Exprees Trains between corry ana rittsDurgu. Ask for Tickets via Allezhenv Vallev R IV. J. J. LAWRENCE. Gen. Supt. TP DE HOUSE, Ridowav, Elk Co., Pa. W. II. SCHKAM, Proprietor Thankful for the patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed upon him, the new proprietor, hopes, by paying strict a- enlion to the cointort ani convenience oi guests, to merit a continuance ol tus same. Oct 30 18ti0. IV-l OLD lit'CKTAIL S HOTEL, Kaue, MclCean Co,, Pa R. E. LOOKER, Proprietor. Thauktul lor the patronage hcrctofoie so liberally bestowed upon him, the new pro prietor, hopes, by paying strict atteutiun to the comfort aud convenience of guests. to merit a continuance of the same. Ihe only stables for horses in Kane and well kept night or day. vln23yl. 1 1 ALL & mto :Vttornoys - at - Law ST. MARY'S, ELS C0TJ1TTY FNNSYLYANIA. JO. IN Q. HALL JA8. K. P. HALL K ERSEY HOUSE, Centurville, Elk Co., Pa. John Collins, Proprietor. , Thankful for the patronage heretofore so liber illy bestowed upon him, the new pro prietor, hopes, by paying strict at tention lo the comfort and convenienca of guests, to merit a continuance of the same. S. A. ROTE, PHOTOGRAPHE'Rt AND DEALER IX Chroiuos, Stereoscopic Views, Picture Frames, &o. WEST END, RIDGWAY, ELK CO. PA. v2n2tf. J." WlLBER, Ridjway, Pa., Marcli 2, 171. EAGUSCAIIOITDA RAILROAD. From and after Monday. Feb. 5tU 1871. Trams will run on this Road as follows .Leaves Earley 7.30 a. m., arrives at Daguscahonda Junction 8.10 a. m., con necting with Accom. east 8.14 a. tu.. and with Mail west ut 9.15 a. m. Leaves Daguscahonda at 9.20 a. m., ariives at Parley 10.00 a. in. Leaves Earley a.di) p. ni., ana arrives at Dag uscahonda at 5.00 p. in., connecting with Mail east at 5.09 p. in., and Ac commodation west at 5.40 p. ru in case P. & E. trains are late, Dagus cahonda train holds twenty minutes be yond the above time. Tiokets should always be prooured before leaving stations. 0. R. EAEXEr, Lessee One Door East of the Post Office, Main St., Kidgway, Pa. Vegetables of all kinds re ceived daily. Choice oranges and lemons. vlnltf. P. W. HAYS, DEALER IN Dry Goods, Notions, Grcoerio3, and General Variety, FOX, ELK CO., PA. Earley P. O- Tln47tf. J? PARSONS, Manufacturer and Shoes Main St., opposite Dealer in Hoots Hotel, Wilcox Pa,