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THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1373. Car Time at Milttgway. Erie Express East 2:35 n. m. do do West 2:39 a. m. do Mnil East 6:00 p. m. do do West 2:23 a. m. Renovo Accommodation Knst 8.65 a. tn. do do West 6:20 p. m. elk lodge, a. y. m. JThe itnted meetings of Elk Lolgs, No. 879, are held at their hall, corner of Main und Depot Btrccts, on the second and fourlh Tuesdays of each mouth- D. B. DAY, Sco'y. Hates of Advertising. One column, one year $75 00 i " 40 00 i " 25 00 t " " 15 00 Transient advertisements per square of eight lines, one insertion $1, two inser tions, $1.50, three insertions ?2. Business cards, ten lines or less, per year $5. Marriage and Death notices inserted gratis. Advertisements payable quarterly. .-.Don't, forget the hop at the Oyster llotel on the evening of the 4th. Tiie Riley Rros. are building on an addition to the Thayer House. No paper will be issued from this office next week, owiDg to the prevelance of the Fourth of July. The Hyde House has received a new -outside coat of paint which greatly im proves its appearance. Cook. & Brewer arc having the front room of the building, adjoining the bakery, converted into a meat market. Among the Arabs the inability of a wife to make bread is a good ground of "divorce. What a business the courts would do if that were the law in this neighborhood. A recent calculation relative to the principal European languages shows that English is spoken by ninety mil lions of persons, German by fifty-five millions. Spanish by fifty five millions, and French by forty-five millions. Hereafter, marriage notices will not be inserted in this paper unless ac companied by a one dollar William. Death notices of ten lines inserted free more than ten lines at ten cents a line. Subscribers pay'rag in aivauce will be entitled to a quarter column elougy, A YOUNG matj iu St. Mary's'seat off his first postal card on Thursday anorning. After writing a message on "the back, he pnelosed it iu an envel ope, claped on a three-cent postage slump, and dropped it iuto the post office, remarking that it was a very .handy arrangement, and should hare Jbocn introduced yours ago. Lutheran Services in Connec tion with the Corner-stone Lay ing. Services will be commeuced ' the Court House, Ridgway, at 20 J o'clock, a. ra., in the German language by ltev. Prof. Gilbert of Tiel College--Communion after the sermon. At 2 o'clock, p. ni., at the same place, a sermon will bo preached by Rev. Prof, ltoth in the English language, after which the ceremonies of the lay. iug of the coruer-stone will take place on the site of the new church. Also preaching in the evening, at 71 o'clock, iu the English language. Grant Mills Burned. Last Sat urday evening, Juno 21st., while the hands were at supper, smoke was dis covered issuing from the mill, and so rapid was the spread of the flames that the mill was burned before any effort could be made to stay them. Two men, who were in the mill at the time the fire was discovered, barely es caped with llieir lives. The caugo of the fire is not know but is supposed to have caught from a spark from the en gine. Grant Mills were situated on the Clarion river, about a mile above Baught's, and were owned by Steib & Co., Pittsburgh. Loss about 830,000. Insurance $12,000. Taking White Vitrol for Salts. On Saturday night or early Sunday morn ing, Mr. Joel Willet, of Shippen town ship, feeling the need of a dose of salts, got up and took as he supposed, a god, square dose, but very soon he became convinced that he had made a mistake, for he felt as though a second edition of the Chicago fire was raging under his waistbands. Upon investigation it was discovered that he had taken a good eized dose of white vitrol, A man was at once dispatched on horseback for Dr. Craigen and his stomach pump but by the time be got there the pump was not needed, as Joe's wife had very fortu anately poured buttermilk and eggs -down him until he was relieved. Joe has concluded to diet on broth and milk until the burnt district is built up agaia. Cameron Herald, 19th inst. Hospitality to tub Band. The Ridgway Silver Cornet Band has been perambulating our Btrccts during tho pleasant evenings of lovely Juno, and discoursing their best musio for the benefit of whoever lias cars. Many of the citizens have extended to them ap preciated hospitalities, in the way of rare delicacies of the season and substantial pecuniary aid. Last Friday evening is one long to be remembered by the members of the baud, as an evening of unabated enjoy ment, save the slight annoyancy of E. K, Grcsh's gnats, which was seon for gotten in the ready aud liberal donation to the band treasury, and tho aggrava tion was hurried beyond recall soon after by the perfume of J. K. Whitmore's excellent cigars and the flavor of his wino. Later in the evening Judge Dickin son was serenaded, and ho evidently ap preciated the efforts of the musicians to please, judging from the princely style in which he entertaiued them. Not one will soon forget tho delicious strawberries from tho Judge's own gar den, or the excellent ico-crcam served witbthem, and Mrs. D's coffee aud cake could not be excelled, and the few who tested the ulo smacked their lips approvingly. After spending a pleasant hour with the Judge, partaking of tho delicacies tendered, and receiv ing a very liberal donation to the uni form fund of the band, the band dis" coursed some of their best music, and retired feeling thankful that Judge Dickinson is a citizen of Ridgway, and wishing him many years of life and happiness. The band cannot forget an eutevtaiument like this, which is a power for good, and stimulates the members to try and excel in their pro fession if they may be called profes sional musicians. They will soon appear in full mili tary uniform aud with new music. The Erie Dispatch of the 21st inst. contain the following account of a mur der in that city: A terrible tragedy oc curred in this city botwecn the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock on Monday uight, a tragedy which cost one man his life aud which imperils the neck of auother. The victim is Joseph Patterson, whom many of our readers well kuow, as he drovo oue of the ico wagons of the Erie Ice Company. lie was ordinarily quiet and peaceable; was about 22 years of age, and lived with his wife and child in a house rented of another of tho teamsters, Jos:ph Masters, on Second street, between Walnut and Cherry streets, close by the Cascade ice houses. Frederick Giek, Jr., tho murderer, was a team.-tcr iu the emptor of Patrick Doyle. Giek has loug been known to the police as being of a quarrelsome dis position aud liable at any time to foment a disturbance. That portion of the street on which the tragedy occurred, is occupied by a number of small frame houses, chiefly homesteads of tho poorer class, and we explain their location as the majority of the witnesses were occupants of one or the other of three houses, of which that occupied by Patterson was the cen tre; tho next eastward was occupied by Mrs. Foster, who wa3 at her fence at the time of the tragedy, the Dext westward is Duffcy's boarding house there being no fence between it and Pattersous' aud the edgo of the grass plot that shows the dividing line between the two, is the place where tho deed was com mitted. It transpired in the evidence that the quarrel which was the instigation of the dreadful crime, grew out of the merest trifle, being a bet as to the speed of a couple of steam yachts that happened to pass in view of the parties. When Patterson was struck he walked back to his doorstep and tore his shirt open and then the blood gushed and spirted from a wouud in the lelt breast, almost delug ing the steps and door-posts. He spoke only a few words and fell down on the kitchen floor, expiring in a short time afterwards. The murderer, who had fled immediately after striking the blow, stopped at tbe house of an acquaintance, telling him that he had stabbed a man and looking on the knife to see if any blood were visible, lie stayed thcro until between 3 and 4 o'clock in the moruiug, and was arrested at his father's house by Policeman Jeff. Miller at about 6 o'elock yesterday morning. Coroner Vincent empanneled a jury and held an inquest over tbe remains, which lay where Patterson fell, on the kitchen floor of his house. There was a small wound in the left breast, in the region of the heart, which went in and down to a depth of between two and three inches, amply sufficient to cause death. A Liverpool paper speaks of "Arte mus Ward Beecher, the great Ameri can humorist," A Sad Case of Drowning. Last Sabbath afternoon a young man named Blake Lawless, aged 18 years, in com pany with two other young men, started to take a bath in the Tioneta Creek, near Rockwell's tannery, in Sheffield township. It seems that none of the party could swim, though young Law less inferred that his companions were experts in that line. On arriving at the place selected for the bath, quite a deep hole, young lawless stepped to the water's edgo and plunged in. lie gave evidence of his inability to help himself out again, and his companions, through fear or some other unaccount able cause were powerless to assist him, though it' is said he was not more than three feet from the bank at the time, and his body was found that near the shore. The cries of his comrades at tracted same fifty or sixty persons to the scene of drowning, some of whom plunged in to save him, but without avail. IPs lifeless body was found aficr remaining in the water about half an hour. From the story of our inform ant, this is the most singular drowning we e?cr heard of. Warren .Ledger, IStjnst. A Convenient Taisle. It fre quently occurs that when one of the dwellers iu this lumber country is called upon to convey an idea of the yield of timber and lumber on our streams to a stranger intelligible. Tho following table can be easily remembered from its symplicity, and will answer for all ordinary estimates: Good average timber land supports about twenty-five trees to the acre, good average trees will cut five logs each, and these will average Gve logs to tho thousand feet, or five thousand los to the million feet of sawed lumber, board measuie, will run below that of pine. In most lumbering districts where piece lumber is manufactured the stand ard measure for logs is P.) inches in diameter and 13 feet long, which gives 100 standard inches. In Canada the government standard for selling stumpsge is by reckoning three logs to the thousand feet. The expression wo often hear among timber operators; that a stick "will go double t" ''three times," "four times" etc., means that the number of cubical feet in the stick is that multiple of the liuear feet. Thus, a stick measuring 11 by 13 inches ''goes once," because it enntaius 20 cubical feet when twenty feet in length, 21 cubical feet when 21 feet long. A stick 12 by 12 inches con tains 20 cubical feet wheu 20 feet long, and so on as iu the first example. A stick 16 by 18 inches contains -10 cubical feet when 20 feet long, 42 cu bical feet when 21 feet long, or, it "goes double." A stick 17 by 17 inches also "goes double" A stick 21 by 24 inches "goes four times." Ga z ette and Bulletin. Killed by the Cars. On Friday the 13th inst. tho coroner, Dr. W. J. Craigen, was notified that tho body of a man had been found lying on the track of the P & E railroad, about three miles west of the borough, near tbe residence of Mr J K Morrison. The coroner at once summoned a jury, con sisting of L Taggart, O P Warner, Geo DeGabrielle, J E Rogers, John S Douglas, and J K Morrison, and pro ceeded to tho place where tho body was lyiug. From the evidence elicited lie fore the inquest, it appears that the de ceased was John P Collins, of Renovo; that he lelt Renovo Wednesday night on Friday morning he was seen about the depot at Ridgway in an excited con dition, (whethei intoxicated or not is not knowo.) aud about twelve o'clock, Friday, his body was discovered by Mr. Morrison on the railroad track. The bead was entirely severed from tho body and the left foot, thigh and arm were badly mutilated and his clothing badly torn; one shoe was found on the track about one mile from the body and the hat was missing. It is supposed that he got on a freight train at Ridg way to steal a ride to Emporium or lleuovo aud fell between the cars. The jury returned the following ver dict: "That the said John P Collins, ou the 13th day of Juno, in the year aforesaid, at a road crossing the P & E railroad near J K Morrison's residence accidentally or casually, about 12 o'clock M. fell from a freight train running east wardly, was theu aud there run over by said train of cars and was instantly killed, and the jurors aforesaid 4o say and believe, and the said Johu P Collins n manner and by means aforesaid acci dentally, casually and by misfortune came to his death and not otherwise." A telegram was sent to Renovo, and his father and mother came up and took charge of the body, taking it to Renovo oa the evening mail. Cameron Herald. Parties from Paducah, Ky., report the appearanco of cffolera in that city. Five deaths occurred there on the 20th. gKiBNER8' for Jlly. "The Great South" series of magnificently illustrate! articles begins in Scribncr's for July. In the first paper entitled "The New Route to the Gulf," Mr. Edward King gives us graphio descriptions of the movement of the army of emigrauts into the great South-west land, and of the romantic border life past and present of that Strang but now rapidly modern izing country. An entertaining illus trated paper on "Low Life in Berlin," follows this. One of tho most interest ing magazine articles of the day is Rev. J. A. Reed's defence of London from the attacks of certain late biographers. Another noteworthy article in this num ber Is Dr. Newell's siugular autobio graphical paper, entitled "Recollections of a Restored Lunatic." There are, be side the continuation of Arthur Boonin castle (in which is chronicled tho death of Old Jenks), stories by Adcliue Tralton and Miss Osgood; a bright little article on "Children's Magazines;" a re markable paper by "An Orthodox Minister" on "The Liberty of Protes tantism," and poetry by MacCorald, G. P. Lathrop, B. F. Taylor, Miss Annnn, and others. In "Topics of the Time," Dr. Holland discusses American Morals, Skilled Do mestic Service, and Summer Play. In "The Old Cabinet" we find The Stove that. Makes its own Twilight, Within nod Without, Ideal and Real, Song of a Heathen sojourning in Galilee, A. D, 32. The Book Reviews are more than usually lull arid readable, and tho other departments have their customary in terest. Bret Ilarte's new story will be gin in the August, number. TnE Pennsylvania Coal Sltily The Pittsburgh Commercial shows that the coal fields of Pennsylvania can hardly bo called inexhautablc. They comprise about 5,000 square miles. The yearly rate of exhaustion, taking last year's statistics for a bisis, is about 2,700 acres, or five square miles ; but there can be no calculation upon tha fu ture rate. It will probably bo doubled in ten years, and so on, until at the be ginning of the uext century, ten thous and acres of coal will be used up yearly. A Southern editor, remarking upon the subject, says he knows all about cotton and rice, but doscu't understand hemp at all. Perhaps he may get the ao' of it. New Advertisements. Something New. An elegant Alhuni for 25 cents, holding -4 full sized caids, bouna iu full gil' cover an J sold at the low price of 25 cents, suita ble lor the pocket or centre table. Order sample sent by mail, postpaid on receipt of -5 cents. 3 for 00 cents, or IS for $1 Address, Dl HKUW & CO , Bali-imork. Mil 8.-sJ?Agetts Wanted. Catalogues of lk-oks I'ictui-es, &o., scut free. 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You cannot ASK FOR ANYTHING they do not keep, aud they have absolutely BROKEN TIIE BACKBONE of high prices. They buy for cash and SELL FOR CASH ! CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST ! Ri.lgway, May 1st, 187:1. rrnusiiKi) iiv J. L. PETERS, oft!) Broadway, N. Y. ! And mailed, post-paid, on receipt of marked price. VOCAL. Above nnd Below. Sncred Song, By j Jiiich, price 30 cents. i 1.,.L- tn ll.l Il,i.n finn .i ! Chorus, Stewart, 80 cents. Beautiful Form of my Dreams, Stewart, 30 cents. Darling, Weep no more. Song nnd Chorus, Hays, 3-) cents. Do not Weep so, Sister darling. Song, Stewart, 30 cents. Don't forget to Write me. Song and Ch urn s. Cox, 35 cents. Fold we our Hands. Song or Duet, Boihlieu. ."') cents. Gone to the Heavenly Garden. Song, Chnmbcrlnin. 35 cents. If you were I, would you? Song, Shat tuck, 30 cents. Kiss me, Darling, ere wo part, Stewart, 30 cents. Little Blind Nell. Song nnd Chorus, Mncy. 80 cents. Little Dan. Song nnd Chorus, Hays, 40 cents. 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BfeJ Advertisers will consult their own best in'erest byaddressiug PENNYWITT, BENNETT & CO., Box 345, Washington D. C. St. Cloud Hotel, COUNi:a NINTH AXp F STREETS, WASHINGTON, I. C. On the American and European plans. The most centrial location in the City. Opposite the Patent Oflioc, Masonic Temple and one block from Ueucral Post Otlice De partment. The F and Ninth Street Cars, commuuicating with the Capitol, Execu tive Mansion, Treasury, War and Navy De partments and the B. & 0. ond B. & P. De pots, pass the door. N. B. Take F-Street Cars at B. & 0. Depot and get out at 9th street. Take 9th street Cars at B. & P. Depot and get out at F street. J. E. LYON, Prop. B3y-Cnt this out.-j STEM EMI RAILROADS- PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE BAIXHOAD. WINTER TIME TABLE. ON and after SUNDAY, OCT. 27 182, tho trains on the Philadelphia Ens Railroad will run as follows! WESTWARD. Mail Train leaves Pliilndclphia.il. 40 p. m. " " " Kidgwny - 2.28 p. m. " " arrive at Kriu. ....... 7.65 p. m. Erie Exp leaves Philadelphia... 12. 40 p. m. Kidgway 2.39 a. tn. " " arrive at Erie ...7.45 a. m. Accomodation, leaves Uenova,...2.10 p. m . i. Hidgwny,..B. 20p. m. an at Kane 7.30p.m. KASrWARDl Mall Train leaves Eric 11-86 rn. " Ridgway 6.00 p. m. ,i ii arriye ftt philad'a... 6.65 a. tn. Erie Express leaves Enc 9.05 p. m. " l'.idgway... 2.04 a. m. " " ar"at Philadelphia.. 3-30 p. m. Accomodation, leaves Kane 7.55 a. tn. Ridgway... 8.56 a. tn. " nrr at llcnovo 12.30p. tn. Mail East connects cast nnd west at Erie with L 8 M S K W and at Corry and Ir vineton with Oil Creek and Allegheny K R W. Mail West at Corry and Irvineton with Oil Creek nnd Allegheny U R W. Warren Accommodation East and West with trains on L. S. & M. S. R. W.east and west nnd at Corry with O. C. & A. R. R. W. Frio AccommodstionEast at Corry and West nt Corry and Irvintton with 0. C- $ A. R. R. W. WM. A. BALDWIN. Gen'l Sup't. GRAND OI'EXIXa Winter Arrangement UUFFALO, NEW YORK AND PHIL ADELI'Il I A RAILWAY. Time Table adopted SATURDAY, March 1, 1K73. Trains depart from and arrive at the lUilfnlo, New V'ork & Philadelphia Mnilwny depot, corner of Exchange and Louisiana streets. ON AND AFTER MARCH 1, 1873, UN TIL further notice, Trains will run as follows: LEAVING BUFFALO 7:10 a. m. Local Freight nnd passenger, arriving at Emporium at 5.10 p. in. 12:t)0 m. Philadelphia Mail arriving at Emporium at ti:U0 p. in. 2:'JO p. in. Local Freight and passenger, arriviim tit Olenn at 8:05 n. ni. o.UU p. in. uiean Accommodation ar riving nt Olcun at 8.25 p. fu. TRAINS LEAVE EMPORIUM. 1.10 p. ni. Mail Arriving at Buffalo at 7.10 p. ni. 7.00 a. ni. Local Freight nnd Passenger Arriving at liutliilo at 5.50 p. ni. LEAVE OLE.VN. 5.15 a. ni Accommodation arriving at Iiullalo at 8. -j a. m. r .m r i r- , i v n. ui, L.uuti x rv;gni iiuu passenger, arriving at Bull'iilo at 1.10 p. m. SUNDAV TRAINS Leave Buffalo at 10.00 a. ni., arriving at Olcau at 1.15 p. in. Leave Olcan at 2.45 p. m., arriving at Buffalo at 0.00 p. in. Passengers for Renovo, Lock Haven, Williams-port and intermediate noints on tho Philadelphia & Erie Railway leave Buffalo at 12 in., arriving at Emporium at 11. p. m., Renovo at 8.35 p. in. Lock Haven at y.4 ) p. m. nnu YV illianisport at II. Oo p. m. Leave Williamsport 8.30 a. m., Lock Haven at 0.15 a. in., Renovo at 11.05 a. m., Emporium a 1.10 p. m., arriving at Buffalo at 7.10 p. m. For list of Stage Connections apply at Ticket OHices. fiuftaltf Omnibus Line running from all trains. II. L. LYM AN, fien l Pass Ag't. J. D. YEOMANS, Superintendent. NEW TIME TABLE. Commencing Feb. 2ttli, 1874. ALLEGHENY VALLEY R. R. THE BEST ROUTE BETWEEN PITT3. BURUII AND POINTS ON THE PHIL A. & ERIE R. R. OOl.NQ 80UTK, OuiTalo Express leaves Corry at 11 10 a ra Leives Irvhieton, 7 58 am Arrives at Pittsburgh 8J55 p ni Night Express Leaves Irvineton, 520 p m Night Express leaves Corry 5 15pm Arrives at Pittsburgh (J 15 am Day Express leaves Corry C 10 a m Arrives at Pittsburgh 6 05 p m Oil City Accom. leaves Oil City 4 55pm Arrives at Brady's Bcud 9 30 p m coiso NORTH. Bila'.o Express leaves Pittsburg at 7 60 a m Arrives at Corry Ji 25 p m " " Irvineton 8 50 p m Night Express leaves Pittsburgh 9 00 p m Arrives at Corry 8 55 a m " " Irvineton U 54 p m Day Express leaves Pittsburgh 12 lOp m Arrives at Corry 10 45 p m Oil City Accom. leaves B. Bend 6 40 a m Arrives at Oil City 11 00 a m Connections made at Corrv and Irvinn. tou for noints on tbn nil rv,.i, --.I .i.- Allegheny Valley Rtil Road. Pullinun Pallace Drawing Ttnnn, ol ing Cars on Night Express Trains between Corry and Pittsburgh. Ask fur Tickets via Allegheny Yallcy R. 3. J. LAWRENCE. Gen. Supt. EAGUSCAHONDA RAILROAD. From aud after Monday, Feb. 6th 1873. Traius 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 wetst at 9 15 a. nr. Leaves Daguscahonda at 9 20 a m arrive, at Earley 10 09 a.m. Leaves Parley d oO p. in., and arrives at Dagus cahonda at 5 00 p. m., connecting with Mail east at 5 09 p. m-, and Accommo dation west at 5 40 p. ni. In case P. & Pi. trains are late, Daus cahonda train holds twenty winutes'be yond the above time. i Tickets should always be procured oelora leaving stations. C. R.EAREY, Lese, JOB PRINTING. C,rt,iIi!Ihe,J?V krheads, Note hedd, Tags, Envelopes, etc. nS printed at the :ADVOCATK -Court House, Ridgway, P. ffice'