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Henry A. Parsons, Jr. - Editor THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1873. Tbi Aid:nb for July is a cnpUnt number, tioih a regards its Art and its Literature. It opens with a full-pnge Illustration, printed in tints, and entitled "Catch Him!" It represents two children, . the cider of whom, a girl, is holding her little brother up to a rosebush, on which a butterfly is about to Alight. This is one of Mr. John S. Davis's studies of child life, and a very excellent one too. "Moonlight on the Shenandoah" is the title of the first of a series of five illustrations drawn by Mr. J. D. Woodward, whose themes are the scenery of the Old Dominion, which is chiefly se lected in this instance from the region around Harper's Ferry and the Shenandoah. They are pioturesque and beautiful. Mrs. Eliia Greatorex transports ns bajk to Old New York, in her spirited sketch of "Hell Gate Ferry," which is one of the most characteristic local drawings ever con tributed to Thb Aldikc "A Dainty Bit," after Otto Meyer, is delicious enough to provoke an epicure and a lover. Other figure pieces ore the "Morning Bath," by U. Werner, and "You Naughty Children!" by A. Gabl. There is a noble portrait of "Ine Countess rotozki;" a fine architec taral view of "The Fraoenkirch , Nurcnv bere:" a woodland scene entitled "The Onset," by C. Kroener; and a wicrJ picture or a bittern, as we suppose, standing alone in a aesoiate marsn upon winch t lie moon is just rising. This which is after Dnhl, is a most poetic and impressive realization of "Solitude." The Literature of Tub Alpine is always as excellent ns, and gen erally more varied, than the literature of any other American magazine There are in the present number four good stories: 'Sugaring Off." a study of New England me, ny jura, it. u. uowe, wnose name is new to us; "Return in Peace," a study of eld .home lite in the state ot jew York, by Lucy Ellen Guernsey; "The Comet," by fcrckmann-Cliatrinn; and "The Turkisli Slipper," by Maurice Hnrtmann. The more solid articles are a readable editorial on "The Old Dominion," apropos to Mr Woodward's illustrations; another on "The Frauenkirche, Ni'remberg;" and "A Life's Romance," a brief memoir of The Countess Fotozki. The poems are "The Song in the Dark," by Mary E. Bradley; and "Sebas tiano at Supper," by Margaret J. Preston. Music, Art, and Literature ure intelligently and independently discussed. Altogether the number is remarkably good. Subscrip tion price $5.00 including Chromos "Vil lage Belle" and "Crossing t the Moor." James Sutton 4c Co-. Publisher's, 58 Maiden Lane, N. Y. STATE ITEMS. Crops in York county are reported anusuully good. A cat in Bedford county caught eighty-fivo squirrels in one week. A Potsville lien swallowed a fiie eracker on the Fourth, and has not cackled since. The Beaver Falls cotton works em ploy 600 hands and produce 20,000 yards per day. Iron ore iD paying quantities has re eently been tuuud near Boscville, in Rutland township, Tioga county. A furnace to work it up is strongly talked about. The House of Correction at Holmes burg, near Philadelphia, will La com pleted in about three years. Work on the building is beiDg rapidly pushed forward. There are 2,3000 colls. Be tween 300 and 400 men are uow en gaged upon the building. The Bethlehem Iron company have for some time been receiving iron ore from Africa. Jt is of the hematite and magnetic qualities mixed, and is mined at Elmokeh, Algiers and shipped irom the seayort town of Borah in the same province. So says the Allentown Chronicle. The Titosville (Pa.) Herald says th:it detectives have discovered a secret or ganization, encouraged and counte nanced by several prominent oil opera tors throughout the region, having se cret passwords and mystic symbols, and bound by oaths to secrecy and mutual protecuon, the object ol which is to steal nitro-glycenne for illicit use in opening wells. Car outrages continue to enliven New York. A man was fined $25 at Galen i, lately, for "wanting to whip everybody." A mouse in St Clairsville. W Va.. built a nectof S1G worth of greenbacks. Vanderbuilt is eighty, and drank liquor. never Degrees of woial comparison: Get on; get honor, get honest. Seven horses in this country credited with making a mile in 2:20. Maine hay of the best quality is sold in too Uoston market tor about S'JO ton. ii is Raia that more women arc i . -. . . . . . arrested in &an Francisco than in any other city in the Union. Oakcs Ames died worth 85,754, -ii, Desiaes a contingent interest iu the works at North Euston. Iowa's new capital is to be built of Minnesota granite, and to cost 82,000, 000. The bugs on a thousand hills, in Lan sing, Mich., have been counted and s umber 30.C00. The cholera has driven al! but 200 persons away from Birmingham, Ala. and tbey can't get away. Colorado Territory u big enough to make thirteen States as large as Jlassa chusetts. The Sultan of Turkey borrows money Without interest by calling in a ban lie and deeapitating him. A young Milwaukeaa was shot dead by a policeman, the other night, while trying to rob bis uncle b store It is stated that ground for the new Jintuh embassy, in Washington, has been purchasedon Vermont avenuo, Legal Advertisements. List of causes set down for triul at August Term 1873. Commencing on Monday, August 4th 1873: 1. Frank A. Leash et al vs Frank Keller. No. 32 April term, 1872. 2. Wm. J. M'Carty ct al vs Elk and McKenn H. 11. Co, No. 17 August term 1872. 3. II. E. Wellcndorf ct at vs Elk and McKenn 11 R Co. No. 18 August term 1872. 4. E. K. Williard et ol vs Elk and McKcan 11 11 Co. No 20 August term 1872. 5. E. E. Williard ct ol vs Josiah Bordwell et al. No 21 August term 1872. 6. August Seeger ot nl vs Martin llcrbstrcet. No 31 November term 1872. 7. Soscoheimer & Son ct al vs Ed ward Mcliridc. No 82 November term 1872. FBED. SCIIOENINO, Prothonotary. ELK COUNTY COURT PROC LAMATION. Whereas the Hon. L. D. Wetmore. President Judge for the 6th Judicial District of Pennsylvania, and Chas. Luhr ar.d J. V. llouk, Efqs,, Associate Judges in Elk county, have issued their precepts to me direct ed, for the holding of Orphau's Court, Court of Common Pleas, General Quarter Sessions and Oyer and Ter nnner, at llidgway, for the County of Elk, on the 1st Monday of August, (be ing the 4th day) 1873, aud to continue one week. Notice is therefore iiiven to the Coroner, Justices of the Peace, and Constables in and for the county of Elk, to appear in their own proper persons, with their records, inquisitions and re membrances, to do those things which of their offices aud in thcirbehalf apper tain to be done, and all witnesses and other persons prosecuting in behalf of the Commonwealth against any person or persons, are required to be then nnd thore nttendiug, and not to depart at their peril. JurtT arc rpqnested to be punctual in their attendance at the ap pointed time, agreeable to notiee. Given under my huud and seal at the Sheriff's office, in Ridgway, the 30th day 1 Juno, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy- three. I. C. OYSTER, Sheriff. SHERIFF'S SALE. lly virtue of annexed writs of Fieri Facias wiving inquisition and exemption, ssMcrt out oi the Court of Common Pleas of Elk county, and to me directed, I will xpose to public sale or outcry at the Couit Houae, in Ridgway, Pa., on MON DAY, THE 4;h DAY OF AUGUST A. D. 1873, At one o'clock, p. m., nil the right, title, in- crest, claim nnd demand whatsoever of JAMES A. MA LONE, defendant in said writ named, con-icting of twenty two and one-half acres of land willed liim by JOHN MALONE, deceased, Juno 17th. A. D. 1805. Inch interest is contained in that cer- ain tract piece or pared of land situate in Township of Fox, County of Elk and Mate ot I'eunsylvnnia, bounded nnd described as follows to wit: Beginning at a heiuluck in the eat line of JOHN GREEN'S land thence cast one hundred and forty eight rods to a bcecli, thence licit !i parity by land of WILLIAM MEAD one hundred and five and four-tenths rods to a post, thence west one hundred and seventy rods to a post, thence south seventy and font -tenths rods to a hemlock, thenco south thirty-five rods to the place of In-ginning, containing one hundred acres and allowance being the premises conveyed to JOHN MALONb by i. P. LITTLE ami wife and HENRY SOUTHER and wife bv deed bearing d.'.e December 21st, A. D. 1805. Seized aud taken in execution as the properly of JAS. A. MALONE and his interest to be sold by 1). C. OYSTER, Sheriff. SiiKriFFs Omre, 1 Ridgway, Ta , June ! i 20, 1873. SIISr-IFF'S SALE. P-v virtue of a writ of fieri Facias is sued out of the Court of Common l'leas of Elk eounty, and to me directed, 1 will ex- nose to sale bv Fublio bale or outcry at the Court House in lUdcway. Elk eomily, l'a., on MONDAY, the 4th day of AUUl'sST, A. 1). 1873, at one o clock, p. m. All the right, title, interest claim and de uiand whatsoever of ths following described nrotjertv. All that certain piece or parcel oi lanu beinff situated in Jay Township, Elk county and State of l'eunsylvania, bounded and described as follows to wit: beginning at a post about sixteen pcrchej easi of bell Run al tne souiusie ui ine xuwu'-iiip iuuu thence poulh thirteen perches to a post hence north twelve and oue-lourlh perches to a pest at the south side of the township road thence along said township road in an easterly d.reciion to the place ol beginning, containing two and one half acres of land more or less being a portion o! warrant oHii whieh land was sold by 1'. . liAlo, High Sheriff of Elk County, as the properly of hObEitT KOTIIEUICK. to 1IENUV SOUTHER by deed dated the Olh day of July. A. JJ. JStil. ALSO nil the right, title, interest and elaim of the defendant, of in and to the fol lowing described piece or parcel of land siiuuted iu I he couiily and Stale aforesaid buuiided and described as follows to nil: beginning u' a post corner about (8) three perches east ot bell Kun at the north side of tli u township road, thence north thirteen perches to a post, thence east thirteen per ches to a post, thence sout'j thirteen, pit ches to a post at the north side of said road, thence along said road westerly to the place of beginning, containing one acre of land more or less being part of warrant Ho. 508 and I'M west moiety or one half portion of two acres of land conveyed by J. N. KUHIKOUv aud wife lo SAMUEL VASblNbEK by deed bearing date April liOth, lbtj'.l, on which is erected a frame house used as a hotel 21 by 40 feet, two stories hieh with wing attached 18 by '22 feet 1 J stories high, a'so one frame bnu '2 by 82 feet, together with outbuildings, seizod and taken in execution as the proper iy of T. J. bUKK, and to be sold by D. C. (ASTER, Sheriff. Siieriff'b UrricB Eidgway, l'a., Juue 20lh, 1P03. f Edw'd J. Evans & Co , NURSERYMEN AND SEEDSMEN, YOBS, TENN'A jfSy-Ctttalogues Mailed to Appticants3 Refer (by permission) to Hon, J. S, biACK, Washington, D. C. Weiser, Son & Carl, bankers, York, Pa. A ! i i NEW STORE AND NEW ,G00DS. HOUSEWARE, AND HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS. Carpenters Tools, Blacksmiths Tools, Farmers Toos, Lumber mens Tools. In fact everything usually kept in a lirst-class Hardware Store. A FIRST-CLASS TIN' SHOP. Employing Workmen class material used. OPPOSITE THE COURT W- S- -tf. D BSC O VERY In Chcmicnl and Medical Science. Dr. E. F. GATIVIN'S SOLUTION AND COMPOUND ELIXIR FIlIRT AND ON'T.V POMTTOX eTCtnado In one mixture of Al.l. TIIK TWELVK vuluabla active principle of the well knowu curutive ent, i : TREE TAR, TJNEQT'ALLED in Conch, Colds, Catarrh, Asthma, bronchitU, und Consumption. , CURES -WITIIOXTT PATIj A recent, cold in throe to six hours; nnd also, y Ita VITAUZ1NO, PURIF VINO id STIMULATING eilwtn upon the cenerul eystcm, is remarkubly etbet cious in all 1USF.ASES OF TIIK BLOODi Includiutf bci-ofula and Krnptionfl of the akin, Ty pepsiu, license of t)io I.iver and Kidneys, Heart U. -cusu, uml (jfner.nl Debility. ONE TRIAL CONVINCES I DIC. GAESVIX'S VOLATILE SOLUTION of TAR MEDICATED FOR IiIIALATIOi. RT A remarkably Tiiluuble discorery, which poi tively cures CATAItltll, BRONCHITIS, ASTIIilIA, nnd all Diseases of the NOSE, THROAT and LUNGS. THE COMrOCXD TAR AX1) MAXDItAKE PILL, for tiae in connection with the ELIXIR TAR, i a combination of the TWO most voluubla ALTERA TIVK Medicine known in the Profession, and ren ders this till without oxcopuuB th very best ever Ollereu. Solution and Compound Elixir 1 (I per large Bottle t sue. " uuuu Tur and Mandrake Pills, I Sots per Box. Medicated Inhalation, (5.00 per Package. Bend for Circular of POSITIVE CURES to your Drugirist, or to Li. F. HYDE &, CO., SOLE PROPBIETOBS, JOS Seventh Ave., X"eto York- to hook cjriissEits. A NEW WAY ' Or Kl'NNlXO A Sulscripticn . Book. CAN" SELL THOC3AS.DS!i PLAIN HOME TALK Is plain talk about the body and its pliysical aud social needs. Dr. E. li. Foote, author of "Medical Common Sense." of No. 10 Lexington Ave., N. Y., who entertains everybody with his pen, and cures every, body by his. skill, is its author. In its tbousaad pages .it answers a thousand questioBS you don't want to go to your physician about,- It is, as is ehfuiped upon its cover, "a book for private and consid erate reading." - l'rice $3.25. and sent, postage prepaid, everywhere. A Leiutifal original chromo, mounted, "Throw Physio to tiim Docs," worth $10, goes with the book. No chromo without the book No book without the chromo. Aduresi MUR RAY HILL PUBLISHING COMPANY, No. 129 East 28th Street, New York. n2 Ml. A none nut nrst-ciass anil nothing but first- a n j m Wit HOUSE, HIDQWAY, PA. SERVICE & CO- Elk County Directory. President Judge L. D. WetniOTe. Additional Law Judge Hon. Jno. Vincent. , Associate Judges Chas. Luhr, J Honk. District Attorney J. K. P. Hail. Sheriff D. C. Oyster. 1'rothonotf.ry .j-c , Fred. Scheming. Treasurer C. It. Earlcy. County Superintendent Riifus Lucore. Commissioners Kobt. Campbell, John Uarr, Geo. Ed. Weis. Auditors Clark A. Wilcox, George D. Messenger, nnd C. W. Barrett. County Surveyor Geo Wilmsloy. Jury .Commissioners. Joseph Kerncr nnd Charles Mead. List or jurors. ine loiiowing is the List of jurors drawu for the August terni ot t Dur;, comuienciug Monday August 4th, l73: GRAND JUltOBS, Bi nezotte Lutlicr Lucore. Fox Jones Gillan, John Brown, Robert Wilbur, Hugh McCready, Daniel McOarty, Jones llays, John Spooler. Hortoti Willis Taylor, Jacob JJodc racco, Dhauncoy J?rockway. Jav Anthony Wise. Jones J. j. Brown, John Krnhout. Millstone II. J. Clyde. Utdu'way Thomas Nei'l L C. Dick tnson, John K, Kime, D. B. Day, John Kennedy. St. Mary'a Boro. Anthony Aumnn. Spring Ureok-p D..U. McKoll, A W. Irwin, Clinton 1'ninft. TKAVIRSE Jl'KORS. Behczetie J. T. Winslow, Charles H. Wioslow. Jacob S. Johnson, Decatur Hewitt, John W. Johnson, Tiuiothy Gmlfoyle. Benziiioer Anton Bauer, Adam ICupp, Philip Ki'j kle, Jacob Yollmer. Fox Hruco Harrington. Frank Klied, Hayes Kyler, Abi (iresb, John kvoch, John Mayer, Jr. LTorton Nathan Hippie, Clark A Wilcox, Kedford Sc"ars, Joseph W Taylor. Jones Martin Sowers, A. A. Clay Joseph Tanbinc, J. C. Maloue. Christo pher Dill. Millstone G. D. Donahey Ridgway Chauncey Fields, ("has, Holes, Phillip Ltser, Xelsou Gardner. St. Marvs Boroujih Gtorga llettger. f',astiao Hauber, Joseph Ilanhauser, Additional List of Traverse Jurors dtawn for August Term, 187H ooiuuiencins Mouday, August 4th: ' Bc'iiezette Andrew Overturf, New toil Julinsoo, George Mohan, Jatuc M,' Barr. Benzin'ier Charlos Bitter, Nicholas Krotmnwetter, Geo. Sicker, Jr., Wend line Candle, Michael Cundle, Francis Fry llcrfou Rolt. Mcintosh, Ileiekiah Horton. Jay Win. G. Thomas, Armel Turlcy Jonas (J. C. Beers, lleury Krar.keu Kidgway Daniel benbner, 1 eter C. Keiumerer, Simon Bryndle, E. P. Dickinson, Wui. II. Hyde. St. Mary's Boro Phillip Meyer, Frank Gerg. Spring Creek Jesse Claypool. , Something New. Aa elegapt Album, for 25 cents, holdinz 24 full sized cards, batina in full gilt cover and soW. at the low price of 25 cents, suita ble for the packet or centre table. Order a sample sent by mail, postpaid on receipt of 23 cents. 3 for 00 cents, or 6 fr f 1. Address, BURROW & CO , Baitimore, Mb. JSf Agetts Wanted. Catalogues of Books Pictures, &c., sent free. THE ELK ADVOCATE. THE OLDEST PAPER IK THE COUNTY, HAVING THE LARGEST CIRCU- ATION, IT IS THEREFORE THE ADVERTISING MEDI UM IN THE COUNTY Devoted to the 2ftttrrci6it. of the people of Clfc County. TEHMS:$2.00 PER. YEAR. BRING ALONG YOUR ADVER TISEMENTS AND GET THEM INSERTED IN THE ADVOCATE, AT LOW KATES. If you want to sell anything, let the people know it through the Advocate, the great advertising medium. Job Printing Office, Id the Court House, Kidgway, Pa. The best work done, nni at the rery lowwt prices. Blanks kept constantly en hand at this office. Hand bill? printed at the shortest notice Call io and get our prices for advertis ing and jobbing. Satisfaction warranted Orders by mail promptly attended to Address, HENRY A. PARSONS, JR., Ridgway Fa. I F YOU WANT TO BUY GOODS CHEAP GO TO JAMES.II- HAGERTY Main Street, Ridgway, Ta. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, 'BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, GLASS AND QUEENS WARE, WOOD AND WILLOW-WARE, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. A Large Stock of Groceries and Provisions. The BEST BRANDS of FLOUR Constantly on hand, add sold as cheap as the CHEAPEST. JAMES II. HAGERTY. NEW LIVERY STABLE IN i) DAN SCR1BNER WISHES TO IN form the Citizens of llidgway, and the public generally, thnt he has started a Liv ery Stable nnd will keep GOOD STOCK, GOOD CARRIAGES d Buggies, to let upon the most reasona ble terms. BQHe will also do job teairing. Stable on Broad street, above Main All orders left at the Post Office will meet. prompt attention. Aug 20 1870. tf. GIVEN AWAY. A Fine German Chromo. li REND AM EI.KOAXT CUKO.MO, aim I 1 Mr AND HBAnY FOE FRAMINO, KREB TO KVEBV AliENT TOR lTudcrsri'ouiul OR, LIFE BELOW THE SURFACE IIY TJIOS. II'. A'.VOA'. 942 Pages Oetava. 130 Fine Engravings. Relates Incidots and Accidents beyond the Light of Day ; Startling Adventures in 11 parts of the World ; Mines anu .uoue ot Working them: Uudencurrcnts of Society : OambUng nnd its Horrors; Caverns and heir Mysteries; The Dark ways or wick edness; Prisons nnd their Secrets; Down n the Depths of the Sea ; Strange Stories of the Detection of Crime. The book treats of experiences with brigands; nights in opium dens and gamb ling Hells; Mie in prison ; oionce oi exiles; adventures anions Indians ; journeys through Sewers nnp Catacombs; accidents in mines; pirates nnd piracy ; tortures of the nifiuesions ; wonderful liurginrs; un derworld of the great citcis, tec, etc. for this work. Exclusive territory given. Aeenis can make $100 a week in scin g Ibis book. Send for circulars nnd terms to agents. J. n. Iliirr K Hyde, HARTFORD, CONN., or CHICAGO, ILL ADVERTISE THEjc MAIL 25 CENTS iGEO.RROVafEJ-Mgo ' I.. I.PAHKROWL NEW YORK i WANTED. Wo will give men and wo men BUSINESS THAT WILL PAY. from $4 to $8 per day, can be pursued in your own neighborhood; it is a rare chance for those out of employment or having leisure time, girls aud boys frequently do as well as men. Particulars free. Address J. LATHAM & CO., 292 Washington St., Boston, Maes liGtfl SEEDS, PLANTS, TREES, PREPAID BY MAIL. My new priced descriptive Catalogue of Choice flower and uarueu beeua, io sorts of either for $1; new and choice varieties of Fruit aud Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Evergreens, Roses, Grapes, Lillies, Small Fruits, House and Border Plants and Bulbs; one year grafted Fruit Trees for mailing; Fruit Stccks of all kinds: Hedge Plants, &o,; the most, complete assortment in the country, will be scut gratis to any plain address, with P. O. box. True Cape Cod Cranberry for upland or lowland, $6 per 10O0; $1 per 100, prepaid by mail. Trade List to dealers. Seeds on Comiuis. sion. Agents wanted. B. M. WATSON, Old Colony Nurseries and Seed Warehous, Plymouth, .Mass. Es lifted 1 8 U. BUSINESS CARDS. GA. RATHBUN, Ridgway, Pa. Attorncy-al-law, 2 2tf. J W. BAILEY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. vlnioyl. Ridgway, Elk County, Pa. Agent for the Traveler's Life and Aeci dent Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn. DFUS LUCORE, Attorney-at-Law. Ridgway, Elk Co., Pa. Office in nail's new Brick Building. Claims for collection promptly attended to. v3nlly. jrEYNOL03 HOUSE, &E7N0LDSVIL1I, JEFFERSON CO, FA, II. S. BELNAP, Profbietob . J. S. BORSWELL, M, D. Eclectic Physician and Surgeon, has remov ed his office from Centre street, to Main st. Kidgway, Pa,, in the second story of the new brick building of John O. Hall, oppo site Hyde's store, Oihce hours: B to 9 ft' m: 1 to 'I p. m. T 8 p. m. jan 9 73 GO. MESSENGER, Druggist and Paraceutist corner of Main and Mill streets, Kidgway, Pa. A full assortment of carefully selected For eign and Domestic Drugs. Prescriptions carefully dispensed at all hours, day or night. vlnSy. rn s. hartley, m. d., Physician ana Surgeon, ludgwny, Pa. Office in Walker's Building. Special attention given to Surgery. Offita house Irom 8 a. m. to 10 p. ni. liesidenoe on comer of South and Court streets, op posite the new School House. All calls promptly attended to. vln2yl. CmiKLES HOLES, J Watchmnkcr, Engraver and Jeweler, Main street, Kidgway, Pa. Agent for tha Howe Sewing Machine, nnd Morton Gold Pen. Repairing Watches, etc, done with he same accuracy as heretofore. Satis action guaranteed. vlnly. T THAYER HOUSE, HI LEY & BUO., Proprietors. cor. .inn anu centre ots., uiugway, r, The proprietors take this method of an nouncing to the publio that the have re futed, revised, and improved, this well known hotel, nnd nre prepared to entertain all who favor them with tueir patronage, in i lie best style aud at low rates. Good stabling attached. vBntitf. HYDE HOUSE, Ridgway, Elk Co., Pa. W. II. SCI1KAM, Proprietor. Thankful fur the patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed upon him, the aew proprietor, hopes, ky pnyiug strict at tention to the cuuifort and convenience of guests, to merit a continuance oi tha same. Oct 30 18tW. T M1E OLD Bl'CKTAlL'S HOTEL, Kane, McKcan Co,, Pa K. E. LOOKER, Proprietor. Thnuklul lor the patronage herctofoia so liberally bestowed upon him, the new pro prietor, hopes, by paying strict ntteuiwa to the couitoil and convenience oi guests, to merit n continuance of the same. The only siatiles lor hurses in Kane aud well kept nijjlit or day. Hall attached to tha Hotel. vluzuyl. JiAl.L, JiltO Attornoya -at -Law ST. .MARY'S, ELS PUHSYLYAH1A. JO. ISO. 11 ALL JAS. K. t. HALI K ERSLY HOUSE, CtNTuiviLLE, Elk Co., Pa. John Collins, Tioprietor. Thnukful for the patronage hcrctolora so liber illy bcHtowcd upon him, the new proprietor, hopes, by paying strict at tention to the comfort and conventenca of guests, t merit a continuance of tha same. JAMES PtNFlELD, (Successor to W. C. Ilealy,) DEALER IN Q00D3, OlttCEIUZS, PROVISIONS TliODUCE, FRUITS, &o. ViiuTtf. West iind, KidgTay, l'a. S. A. ROTE, PHOTOGKAPHEB ANU DEALER llf Cbroiuos, Stereoscopic Views, Picture Frames, &o. WEST END, RIDGWAY, ELK CO. PA, v2n2if. JjiRED. SCHOEMNG, wholesale and RETAIL DEALER IK PIANO-FOUTES, ORGANS, SHEET MUSIC, and MUSIC BOOKS. Pianos and organs to rent and rental ap plied if purchased. Prothouotary's Office, Ridgway, Pa. vJnJOtf. P. W. HAYS, DEALER, lit Cry Goods, Notions, Groceries, and General Variety, FOX, ELK CO., PA. Parley 1. O. vln4Vtf. ' EW STAGE ROUTE. J. C. JiUXNS, Proprietor. The subscriber having secured the con tract for carrying tha U. S. Mail between REYNOLDSVILLE & BUOCKWAYVILLE has placed on that road a line of hacks. Hacks leave the Exchange Hotel in Reynoldville every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday on the at rival of the Brooitvilla Blage, and return the same day. These hacks connect at Brockwayville with tha Ridgway stages, making connection with trains on the P. & E. Road, both east and west. Every attention to the comfort of patrons of this line wilt be given, and liberal patronage solicited. Aug. 13-72U.