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ii. jr. Pattison, Editor. THURSDAY. DEC. 6. 1872. An Address j the Unite! States Centennia Commission. To the People of (he United State. The Congress of the United States has enacted that the completion of the One Hundredth Year of American In dependence (hall be clebrated'by an In ternational Exhibition of the Arts, Man ufactures, and Prod nets of the soil and mine, to be held at Philadelphia, in 18 76, and has appointed n Commission, con sisting of representatives from each State and Territory, to conduct the clelebra tion. Originating under the auspices of the National Legislature, controlled by n National Commission, and designed as it is to " Commemorate the first Century of our existence,, by on Exhibition of the natural resourses of the Country and of our progress in tbpse Arts which ben efit mankind, in compairson with thoso of older Nations," it is to the people at large that the Commission look for the aid which is necessary to make the Cen lennial Celebration the grandest anni versary the world has ever seen. That the completion ot the first cen tury of our existence should be marked by some imposing demonstration is, we believe, the patriotic wish of the people of the whole country. The Congress of the United States has wisely decided that the Birth day of the Great Repub lic can be most fittingly celebrated by the universal collection and display ot all the trophies of its progress. It is de signed to bring togethqr, within a build ing covering fifty acres, not only the va rious productions of our mines and of the toil, but types of all the intellecual triumphs of our citizens, rpecimens of everything that America can furnish, whether from the brains or the hand of her childreu, and thus make evident to the world the advancement of which a self governed people is capable. In this "Celebration" all nations will be invited to participate; its character being International. Europe will dis play her manufactures, India her curious fabrics, while newly opened China and Japan will lay bare the tieasures which for centuries their ineonious people have been perfecting. Eaeh land will com pete in generous rivalry for the palm'of superior excellence. To this grand gatherieg every zoue will contribute its fruits and cereals. No mineral shall bo wanting; for what the East lacks the West will supply. Un der one roof will the South display in rich luxuriance her growing cottou, and the North in minuture, the ceaseless machinery of her mills converting that cotton into cloth. Each section of the globe will send its best offerings to this exhibition, and each State of the Union, as a member of one united body politic, will show to her sister States and to the world, bow much she can add to the greatness of the nation of which she is i harmonious part. To make the Centennial Celebration such a success as the patriotism and the pride of every American deniauds will require the co-operatjon of the people o the whole country. The United States Centennial Commission has received no Government aid, such as England ex tended to her World's Fair, and France to her Universal Exposition, yet the la bor and responsibility imposed upon the Commission is as great as iu cither of those undertakings. It is estimated that ten millions of dollars will be required, and this sum Congress has provided shall be raised by stock subscription, and that the people shall have the opportunity of subscribing in proportion to the popula tion of their respective States and Ter ritories. The Commiss8on looks to the unfailing patriotism of the ptor.le of every section to see that each contribute s its share to the expenses, and receives its share of the benefits of an enterprise in which all are so deeply interested. It would fur ther earnestly urge the formation in each State and Territory of a centennial or ganization, which shall in time see tha1 county associations are formed, so tnat when the nations are gathered together in 1876 each Commonwealth can view with pride the contributions she has made to the national glory. Confidently relying on the zeal and patriotism ever displayed by our peo ple in every national undertaking, we pledge and prophecy, that the Centen nial Celebration will worthily show how greatness, wealth and intelligence, can be fostered by such institutious as those which have for one hundred years ties 0ed the people of the United States. JOSEPH R. HAWLEY, President. Death of Mr. Greeley. Friday evening November 29th 1872, about seven o'clock, Horace Greeley, ft man of note in American Journalism bicithed h:s last. For more thnn thirty years Mr. Prerley bus bscn at the head of the Xrw Yi.rk Tribttn, indcrd be wns its launder, and fur ninny ycurs it was the most extensively circulated new papers of tho world. To say flint Mr. Greeley wa not a great man would only be to array one self against the facts if history. Mr. Greeley was ranked armmg the first Of the great, mental lights of the age. lie wan an utiremititiu; toiler, devoting the energies of bo-Jo nnd mind nud body in bui'ding up, and giving character to his paper. Rut the pren. journalist has written his last line, the curtain has fallen, and whatever may have been his faults, and errors of life, our common humanity cuvcre ail with the nian'le of charity, and a whole n.'.lion mourns the loss of ono of its greatest sons Tha PresidentsSHjssags. The President's Message like every document of the kind coming from Gen. Grant, is brief but to the point. Tho nation through him as the chief magis trate is informed officially of our rela tions with other nations Jof men, of the prosperous and peuc:ub!e coudition of affairs at home. He dwells at some length on the finances of the country, giving a very full and complete Matt mcnt in detail of the receipts and dis bursements of reveuue from all sources for the fiscal year, and up to date of Publication, showing that on national debt has been grealley reduced during the year. Indeed aM matters that con cern and interest a great nation are fully, yet briefly disiussed by the President. Aftf.ii the death nnd burial of Gen Meade, a number of his personal friends in Philadelphia met at the Continental Hotel, and determined that they would raise a sum of money to present to Mrs. Mcado. 5'he whole ufTiir was conduct ed in a private way, but those inquisi torial reporters of thu hour, the day and the night, got nn inkling of what was on the tapis, and it was accordingly pub lished in the morning papers Rut to show the esteem in which Gen. Meade was held by the people of Phil adelphia and the rjoble interest they have exhibited in the welfare ot his bereaved family, the Public Letyvr says: "No useful end can now be accomplished by witliolding knowledge of the fact that what has beeu done reflects high credit upon the city ar.d upon the devoted af fection of his friends." It also sneeks eloquently of the supreme regard in which the "services nnd character of Goo. Meade were held iu tha city of his home. In a few days in tho quietest pos. sible way, tho Meade fund, which was in teode 1 to bo fifty thousand do'Iars, has mouuted up to one hundred and three thousand dollars, PhiladelJhia may well feel gratified at this demonstration of whatsho may do, io her puiet way, for a noble object. This is not a 'monu ment' fund, but is to be devoted to the purpose which the dead soldier always had nearest to his heart, Josh Hillixqs thus speaKs of 8 new ogricultural implement, to which he attention of farmers is invited: John Roger's revolving, expanding uncere monious, self adjusting, self-greasing and self-tighteous hoss-rake is now for- ver offered to the public. These rakes or as easy kept in repair as a hitching post, and will rakE up a paper of pins sowed broadcast in a ten acre field of wheat stubble. These rakes can be used in the winter for a hen-roosto, r be sawed ud into stove-wood for the kitch en fire. P. S. No farmer . of eood moral character should be without this rake ASTHCTB EONNICASTLE. ' This is the title of a new serial oom uictmiiig with the November number of "Scribner't M.mlhly," by D . J. 0. Holland. A charming story it is, it from its first diopter we may be ul owed to form an opinion as to i's merits. We read the twclvo pages comprising this first chapter und.regrctted that more hud not been served out at this first setting, and expressed a desire for tho December Number that we might' sec how nfi'airs went with tho old landlady and little Arthur, but we nhall have to wait till it comes. Aitliur Ronnicastle is notof ihe light, trifling, sen-utiutinl story con tuodity so abundant in the literary mark et of the da), but on the other hand 8 just such a story ns every budy should read, thut they may have u season of iu terrup'ed itll-uh no chat with the loves and friends of yore. It demonstrates the fact thut the often heralded seuti incnt, "let by gones, be by gones,' is tl e mearest thing on paper, without the slmd ow ot foundation in fuct. Every human being has his and her ''by gones," sou e pleasant, some nut .-0 pleasant. Theie are none so gay, or so old but what lue to be alone in company with t licit purt ot life- This story jjreatley helps us to get back into tin days of other yiars, and in memory mingle with those whom we were once associutcd in tact- It helps us also to bury iu oblivion ihj part u t so pleasant, and not so desirable to be reiu jmbc r d. We most heartily com me: d the reading of the above story to all our readers. Easy Wukk, and Rio Pay for All. From two to twenty dollars per day according to sioiions aud agen's, made by canvassers on "Peoples Month ly" Pittsburg, Pa. the cheapest and' most popular, and mot e'egant ihustra - ed paper for the home, in this or any other country. New type, new "head," and tinted pnp.-r, commencing with Christmas number, Pure, bright and wholesome. Takes ou sight in every home for which it is .'pe ia.ly made. Offers the biggest commission, and aw t liberal premiums so all who clviose to work for it. Roys, girls and women can easily clear fi'uiu two to eight dollars a day. All ueeded is a sample of the pa per, or a regular "outfit.". . Choice o! territory thorough to workers. Euch sub scriber given moie thau the 'price of the paper. Three moi.t'is trial, iucluding the supurb Christmas uuinber, tor only twenty-five cents. Address, "People Monthly," Pittsburgh, Pa., for spetiil circular to agents. Wood's Hev Iron Mower. AGENTS WANTED, For Circulars, particulars, etc, address, RJiLLEW, ADAMS f- 'JO., Gowauda, N. Y. Manufacturers of the Gowanda Plow, the best made. For sale io ltidgway by POWELL & KIM H. April 18th. 72-3m. TES DKltS OF MERCHANDISE aTTEN V TION ! Venders of Merchandise, keepers ot Saloons. Rrcwers and Distillers of the county of Elk are hereby .notified that Ihe Appraiser 'of Mercantile Taxes 1872 has filed his return in my office, and that tl e tax by him assessed must bo pnid to me i i once, or the accounts will be placed in the hands of a collector. C. R. EARI.EV. Treasurer. Ridgwny, 8ept. 6th, 1S72-45. Peterson's Magazine for Decern ber is on our table iu ud;atice, aud is a perfect gem. This is, without doubt, be cheapest ot the really cood ladv's oooks. ii contains, every vear. ono thousand pages; lourteen steel engrav ings; twelve coloied Rerliu patterns: twenty-four pages of music: and more than a hundred novelets aud original stories by the best American writers ihere is no deception about it! Yet the price is only two dol.'ars, or a dollar less than magazines of its class. No won der it h,as the largest circulation in the world! To clubs it is cheaper still. Thus, five copies are sent for eight dol lars, or eight copies for twelve dollars, 1j copies tor seveuteeu dollars To the person getting up either of these clubs an extra copy is given as a premium, and also a Eupurb five-dollar' engraving for framing, "Christ Weeping Over Jeru salem." Specimens of the magazine are sent, grutis; eo write for one, and see tor yourselves. Now is the time to subscribe, or to ge,t up clubs for 1873. Address Chartes J. Peterson,- 306 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. The Commissioners of Elk County, will meet at their office iu Rigway, on Monday January Gth, 1873. C. II. McCauley. Clerk. Ayer's Ague Cure, For Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fever, Chill Fever, Kemittent Fover, Dumb Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fever, &o., and indeed all tho alTeotions which arise from malarious, marah, or miasmatio poisons. No ono remedy Is louder called for bv the necessities of the American people Hum a sure ami tale cure for Fi-ver iiikI A kuc. Such wo are now euuhlud to oiler, with a perfect certainty that it will eradicate tl:d disease, nnd with assur ance, founded on proof, thnt no harm ean arise from its ie in any quantity. That which protects trom or prevents this dis order mu.-t bu of Immense service in tho com munities where it prevails. Prevention is better tlisn cin e, for the patient escapes the risk winch he must rim in violent attacks of this baleful dis temper Thin "CHUB" expels the miasmatic lioUon of l'KVKit anii Aoi:e from the system, and prevents tho development of the diseuse, it i.,ir.. il... erst niniroach of its iireinouitory svmntnin. It U not only the best remedy ever Ayer's Hair Vigor, For restoring to Gra7 Hair its natural Vitality and Color. A dressing which is at once agreeable, healthy, and effectual f o r Jireserving the tain It soon restores faded or gray hair to its original color, with the gloss and freshness of youth. Thin hair is thickened, falling hair checked, and baldness often, though not always, cured by its use. Nothing can restore Jhe hair where the follicles are de stroyed, or the glands atrophied and decayed; but such as remain can be saved by this application, and stimu lated into activity, so that a new growth of hair is produced. Instead of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hair from turning gray or falling off, and consequently prevent baldness. The restoration of vitality it gives to the scalp arrests and prevents the forma tion of 'dandruff, which is often so un cleanly and offensive. Free from those deleterious substances which make some preparations dangerous and iniu- rious to the hair, the Vigor can only I benefit but not harm it. If wanted merely for a HAIR DRESSING, nothing else can be found so desirable. Containing neither oil nor dye, it does not soil white cambric, and yet lasts long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy lustre, and a grateful perfume. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical and Analytical chemists. XOWJilX. MASS. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, For Diseases of the Throat and Lungs, such a Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma, and Consumption. Among the great, discoveries of modern science, few nro of more real value to mankind than this ef fectual remedy for all diseases of tiib Throat and Lung. A vast trial of its virtue", throughout this nnd other countries, has shown that it docs surely and effectually control them. The testimony of our best citi zens, of all classes, establishes the fact, thnt Cherry Pectoral will and does relieve nnd sure tho nfflictine disorders of tho Throat nnd Lungs beyond any other medicine. The most dangerous affections of tho Pulmonary Orcans yield to its power; and cases of Consump tion, cured by this preparation, are public ly known, so remarkable as hardlv to bo be lieved, were they not provcu bevond dispute, As a remedy it is adequate, on which the publio may rely for full protection. By curing Coughs, the forerunners of moro serious disease, it snvos unnumbered lives, and nn amount of suffering not to be computed. It challenges trial, nnd con vinces the most sceptical. Every family should keep it on hand as a protection against the early and unperceived attack of Pulmonary Affections, which are easily met at first, but which become incurable, and too often fatal, if neglected. Ten der lungs need this defence; nnd 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 Pkctoral is invaluable; for, by its timely use, multi tudes are rescued from premature graves, nnd saved to the love and affection centred on them. It acts speedily and surcl v against ordinary colds, securing sound and health-restoring sleep. No one will suffer troublesome Influenza and pain ful Bronchitis, when they know how easily they can be cured. Originally the product of long, laborious, and successful chemical investigation, no cost or toil is spared in making every bottle in the utmost possible perfection. It may be confidently re lied upon as possessing all the virtues it lias ever exhibited, and capable of producing cures as memorable as the greatest it has ever euected. PREPARED by Dr, J. C, AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass., Practical and Analytical Chemists. BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVEBYWHEIUP nexv'liveiiy stable IN 0 THE ELK ADVOCATE. TUB OLDEST PAPER. IN THE COUNTY, HAVING THE LARGEST CIKCU- ATION. IT IS.TI1KREFOIIE THE ADVERTISING MEDI UM IN THE COUNTl' I 1 F YOU WANT TO BUY GOODS CHEAP GO TO THAYER & IIAGERTY Main Street, Fidgwav, Pa. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ROOTS, SHOES, HATS AND C.M'S, GLASS AND QU KENS WARE, WOOD AND WILLOW. VA KB. TOBACCO AND CIGARS. A Large Stock of , Groceries and Provisions. The REST BRANDS ot FLOUR Constantly on hand, add sold as cheap as the CHEAPEST. Tln2. THAYER & IIAGERTY. grvotca to the giitf vwt.4 0f the people of (51U Couuttj. " 'BUSINESS CARDS. O way, Elk county Ta. mar.22'6el A 8'v ,IILL' Pkaioian and 8uron I.,' Kersey, Elk Co. Ta. " 8 J O. W. . BAILET, ATTOUNEV-AT LAW. tln2.,l. - ltidgway, Elk County, Pa. Agent for the Traveler's Life and Aoel (lent Insurance Co., of Ilnrtford, Conn. JEYNOLOS HOUSE, " EE7N0LDSVHLE, JEFrEESON.CO, PA. H. S. BELNAP, PnorniETOR . TSRMS:..$2.00 PES YEAH. BRING ALONG YOUR ADVER TISEMENTS AND GET THEM INSEHTED IN THE ADVOCATE, AT LOW RATES. The Improved Clerttrrt Ovoid Hold If'ntches, eo.no si2oo $i5.oo sis.oo T E linvo recently brought our Oro'do I T Gold rnclal to such perfection that it is difficult for the hc.it judges to disttn quisli it from gold. The $'S watc'ies are tin patent escapemeut movements; in ap- penrnnoc and fur tine equaling a gold one ousting $100. The $12 arc full jeweled patent lever, canal to 51-u guld watch. The $16 ate the pnme as the last but a finer finiidi, nickle movements, equal to one cost1 ing $175. Ami tho $13 watohos are of a tine nniih with lull jeweled American lever movement, equaling a gold one costing $200. Thry are all in hunting cases, gent's and Indies sizes, mid guaranteed for time nnd wear by ppee.al ccitihcnlo. Also elegant designsof gent's and ladies chains from $1 to $4, and jewelry of all kinds. (loods sent (;. U. V. Customers, per mitted to examine what they order before paying bill, on payment of express t harges. When six watches are ordered at one time we will send tin extra watch of the lame quality free. lor tin nier pnrttculurx send lor circular. AillieBs JAMES (5KKAKD & CO., 85 Nassau Street, New York, P. O. Box 3.3G1 Nov. 80, 18"2-vlii37inC. T , "irJwn- M- D- Eolectio. Physic.B I . Office and residence opposite the JaiU on Centre St., Hidgway. 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. 6G-tf. ' DR. G. WHIPri.B, Dental Surgeon. (Mhce nt thh Drug Store of Tiartey ft Whipple, Walker's new building, Mb stroet, Kidgway, Pa. Will rlsit Kane. W ilcox, and St. Mary's. vln2yl. riTS. ITARTLEY, M. D., r. Pbysician'ana Surgeon, Ridgway, rft. Office in Walker's Building. Special attention given to Snrgcry. Office house from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. Residence on corner of South nnd Court streets, op posile the new School House. All oalls promptly attended to. vln2yl pi O. MESSENGER, VJT druggist and Pawnaceutist, corner Main and Mill streets. Ridswnv 1 i full assortment of carefully selected For eign andsUomestio Drugs. Prescriptions caielully dispensed at all . hours, day or RAILROADS PHIIiADELI IIA AND EEIE EAILROAD. WINTER TIME TABLE. If jou want to si.ll anything, let the people know it through the Advocate, the great advertising rucdiuiu. it yet discovered for thi class of cumplmnU, but uUo the cheapest. Tho large quantity wo sup. iilv for a dollar brings it within the reach of evervbmlv; and iu bilious districts, where Kkvkh and Aove prevails, everybody should havo it, and umo it freely, both for cure and pro tertian. It i hoped this price will place it within the reach of all tho poor its well as the rich. A Kie.it superiority of this remedy over any other ever discovered, for tho speedy and certain cure of Intermittent Is, that it contains no Qui nine or mineral ; consequently it produces no quinism or other injurious effects whatever upon Uie constitution. Those cured bv it are lelt as healthy as if they had never had the disease. Fever and Aftue Is not alone the consequence of the miasuiattn poison. A great variety or dis orders ariso from Its irritation, nmonif which are Neuralgia, Rheumatism, tiout, Headache, Blindness, Toothache, Karat-he, Catarrh, Asth ma. Palpitation, Painful Affection ot the fepleen, Hysterics, Pain in tho Howels, Colic. Paralysis, anil derangement of tho Stomach, all of which, tcrinitteiil tvpe, or become periodical. This "Ci'iiK" expels tho poison tYoin the blood, ami consequently cures them all alike. It Is an in valuable protection to immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily residing in the mala rious districts. If taken occasionally or daily while exposed to the infection, that will be ex creted from the 6ystein, and cannot accumulate in miinViHiit nnantitv to ripen Into disease. Hence it is even more valuable for protection ii,,.., mm ami few will ever suffer from Inter- mitteuts if they avail themselves of the protec tion this reineily affords. for lAvrr Complaint, arising from torpid it.. ,.t iii. I K.ir il in an excellent remedy, stim ulating the Liver into healthy activity, and pro duc.iug many truly remarkable cures, where other ueuicuies tau. PREPARED BT Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass., Practical and Analytical ChemitU, AND BOLD ALL ROUND THK WORLD, rsxce, $1.00 rsx bottle. DAT S0R1BNER WISHES TO 1N (orm the Cittzerjs of IliU'way, and the publio gccerally, that he has started a Liv ery Stable and will keep GOOD STOCK, GOOD CARRIAGES and Uuggiei, to let upon the moat reasona ble terms'': B?3fa,He will also do job teasing. Stable in the Brooks Barn, near the Post Office, on Mil' street. All orders left at the PoBt Office will meet prompt atten tion. Aug 20 1870. tf. GENTS WANTED! For the fastest aud most popular book with CO II lustrations, likenesses of all the Presidents beutifully bound, and priuted oi tinitd aper. THE NATION, Its Rulers and Institutions, AV ENGLISH AND GERMAN Nothing like it. Strikes evervbodv just the book they need. It is an Encvolo- poedia of the Government. Sinirte iuph in it. are of themselves worth tue price of me uou oi'?r ow patet ana only f 2.60. A ICH HARVEST, for Canvassers ladies and gentlemen farmers, teachers and students. One aaent took 75 ordrrm in a few dayt, with circular alone, before the book pppeared. $20 A DAY can be cleared in fair territory. Write at once for circular and information. NEW WORLD PUB LISHING CO., Cor. 7th and Market Streets Pbiaoeipn;,. vln37yl. &t (Blh giuoqatc Job Printing Office, Id the Court House, Hidgway, Pa. N and after SUNDAY. OCT. 27 18; the trains on tho Philadelphia & Erie Itailroad will run as follows: WKSTWAII. Mail Train leaves I'hiljidelphin..ll.40 p. m. " Kideway M 2.28 p. m. " arrive at Eric 7.55 n. m. Erie Exp leaves Philadelphia... 12. 40 p. m " Hidgway 2.83 a. m arrive nt Erie tA a. m. Accomodation, leaves Itennvn, ...2.10 p. ni ' Hidgway, ..i.lo p. m. ni-r at Kane 7. 30 p. ni. has rwAnu. Mcll Train leaves Erie 11.35 a. m " Ridgwny 5.00 p. m, arrive nt I'hilad'n... (5.55 a. m. Erie Express leivcs Ene '.1.05 p. m " " i itleway... 2.04 a. in ' ar-nt Philadelphia.. 8.30 p.m. Accomodation, leaves Kane 7.45 a. in. " ' Hidgway... H.5tj a. m. " ni-r at Kenovo 12.30 p. m. Mail East connects eat and weti at Erie with!, S& MS It W and at Oorry and Irvineton with Oil Creek aud Allegheny R K Vt . Mail West at Cony and Irvineton with Oil Creel; and Allegneny It R V. Warren Accommodation eist nnd west with trains on L S and M 3 R east and west and at Oorry with 0 C and A It R V. Erie Accommodation Last nt Corry and Irvineton with O C and A R R W. VM. A. BALDWIN. Gen'l Sup't. "1IIARLES HOLES, J Watchi hmaker, Engraver and Jcwnlnr. Main street, Ridgway, Pa. Agent for the Howe Sewing Maohino, and Morton Gold Pen. Repairing Watches, etc, done with he same accuracy as heretofore. SatiB aolioa guaranteed. vlnly. T "MI AYER HOUSE. D. D. COOK, Proprietor, Cor. Mill and Centre Sis., Ridgway, Pa) The proprietor takes this method of an nouncing to the public that he has reBttod. revised, nud improved, this well known hotel, and is prepared to entertain all who favor him with their p-itronage. in the best ttyle aud at low rates. vln30tf. w. C. HEALY. DEALER IN DRY GOODS, G33:32!S3, PROVISIONS PRODUCE, FRUITS, !fco. vtnStf. West Eud, Ridgway, Ps. HYDE HOUSE, RtDOWAY, Elk Co., Va. W. II. SCII RAM, Proprietor. Thankful for the patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed upon him, the new proprietor, hopes, by . paying strict at tention to the comfort and convenience of guests, to merit a continuance oi the same. Oct 30 18G0. T MIK OLD BUCKTAIL'S HOTEL, . Kane, .McKean Co., Pa K. c LUUltLK, Proprietor. Thankful for the natrouaire heretofore so liberally beslowed upon him. the new pro- riclor, hopes, by paying strict attention o the comfort and convenience of eursts. to merit a continuance of the same. The only stables for horses in Kane and well cpt night or day. vln23yl. NEW TIME TA15LE. Commencing Nov. Sd 1872. ALLEGHENY VALLEY R. K THE BEST ROUTH BETWEEN PITT3- BUUGII AND POINTS ON THE PHIL' A. & ERIE R. tt. The best work done, and at the very lowcnt prices. Blanks kept constantly on liand at (his office. Hand bills printed at the shortest notice GOINO SOUTH. Day Express leaves Corry at 11 00 a m Arrives at Pittsburgh 8 30 p m Night Express leaves Corry 5 10 p m Arrives at Pittsburgh 6 80 a m Parker's Accom. leaves Oil City 7 15am Arrives at Varkei's 10 15 a m Oil City Acoora. loaves Oil City 4 30 p m Arrives at urafly s iscnd 8 30 p m OOINO NORTH. Day Express leaves PiUsburg at 8 00 a n Arrives at Corry 6 00 p m " " Irvineton 5 00 p m Night Express leaves Pittsburgh 0 30 p m Arrives at Crjrry 8 60 a m " " Irventon 11 83 p m Parker's Accom. leaves Parker 6 20 p m Arrives at Oil City 9 00 p m Oil City Accom. leaves B. Bend 6 60 a m Arrives at Oil City 11 00 a m Connections made at Corry and Irvine tou for points on the Oil Creek and the Allegheny Valley lUil Koad. Pullman Pallaoe Drawing Room Sleep ing Cars on Night Express Trains between Corry and Pittsburgh. Ask for Tickets via Allegheny Valley R, it. J. J. LAWRENCE. Gen. Sunt Call iu and get our prices for advertis ing and jobbing. Satisfaction warranted Orders by mail promptly attended to. Address, II. A. PATTISON, Ridowat, Pa. DAGUSCAHONDA EAILEOAD. From and after Monday, Feb. 6th 1871. Trains 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. ni., and with Mail west at 9.15 a. m. Leaves Daguscahonda at 9.20 a. m ariives at Earley 10.00 a. tn. Leaves Parley ti.60 p. ni., ana arrives at Dag. uscabonda at o.UO p. m., connecting with Mail east at 5.09 p. m., and Ac commodation west at 5 40 p. m. In case P. & E. trains are late, Dagus cahonda train bo'.ds twenty minutes be yond the above time. Tickets should always be procured oeiore leaving stations. , C R. EAELKT, Lessee HALL & I3ItO Attorneys - at - Law ST. MARY'S, ELK COUNTY PNNSYL7ANIA, JO.INO. HALL JAS. K. P. HALL KERSEY HOUSE, CuNTttsviLLis, Elk Co., Pa. John Collins, Proprietor. Thankful for the patronase heretofore so liberally bestowed upon him, the new proprietor, hopes, by paying striot at tention to the comfort and convenience of gnosis, to merit a continuance of the same. S. A. ROTE, PHOTOGRAPHER. AMD DEALER I If Chromos, Stereoscopio Views, Piotur Frames, io. WEST END, RIDGWAY, ELK CO. PA. v2n2tf. II. WlLBER, J. One Door East of the Post Office, Main at, Hidgway, Pa. . Vegetables of all kinds re- ceivea aaiiy. Choice oranges and lemons. vlnltf. P. W. HAYS, DEALE 1M Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, . and General Variety, FOX, ELK CO., PA. Earley r. O. vln47tf. J7 PARSONS, , Manufacturer and Dealer io JUots Shoes Maia St., opposite Hotel, v27y Wxtcox