IlENttT A. Parsons, Jb. - Editor
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1878.
Heputlican State Ticket.
For Judge of the Supreme Court.
HON. ISAAC 0. GORDON,
ffjf JHFFER80M COUNTY.
For Stat Trcnsurcr,
HON. It. W. MACKEY,
OF AI.LKOIIENT COtNTT.
J. W. PIIELV3r
Of Cameron County,
People's County Ticket
I1EZEKIAU I10RT0N, of Ilorton.
A. T. ALDRICH, of Jones.
A. W. GRAY, of Jay.
RUFUS LUCORE, of Fox.
For Jury Commissioner,
R. T. KYLER, of Fox.
70S THE ASSEMBLY.
J. W Phelps, of Cameron, the Re
publican nominee for Assembly, is a
gentleman eminently qualified for the
position. He is a successful business
man, of excellent judgment, and ur.
blemished character, and generous to a
fault. His means have always been at
the disposal of the needy, and be is
justly styled the poor man s friend. He
is extensively known throughout nis
apflfinn of the country, and so personally
i..ti,.t u ata infnrmpi'.
uuuumi iu "v .., - i
r ... I
receive nearly tne
against him. In Jefferson county, Mr.
Phelps will run largely ahead of his
ticket, and we can assure our friends
that with a proper effort here he cao be
elected. See to is, that J. W. Fhelps
is elected find that we have a man of
brains and influence to represent us.
THE PEOPLE'S ADDRESS
"Awake, Arise, or It Forever Fallen!"
TO THE 20HEST VOTSSS OF ELK CO,
Fri.i,ow Citizens: Tho time for
action is here! We have placed in the
field, for all the county offices, men pe
culiarly fitted for the various positions
for whioh they ara respectively named
Men who themselves had no lot nor part
in procuring their nominations. They
are well known to the people of the
county every one of them. All pure.
high-minded gentlemen, who would
scorn to ask for an office for themselves.
Here are their names:
For County Treasurer IIEZEK1AH
HORTON, of Ilorton township.
For County Commissioner A. T.
ALDRICH, of Jones township.
For District Attorney RUFUS LU-
CORE, of Fox township.
For County Auditor A. W. GRAY,
of Jay township.
For Jury Commissioner R ANSOM
T. KYLER, of Fox township.
Now is the time to teach designing!
office-hunting men that the day has gone
by when a "nomination is equivalent to
an election!" Now is the timeto burst
the iron bands of Party! Now ist he time
for the People to assert their rights.and
make known the majesty of their power
through the ballot-box on Thesday next!
Remember that the Regulars, with
keen eye to personal aggrandisement,
are ever vigilant active unscrupulous
Remember that Beer is already flowing
as freely as the waters that trickle down
onr bill-sides! And money is used
without Gtint! To defeat them is no
easy task. If we succeed, we must
WORK! WORK!! WORK!!! If we
do our duty, victory is surely ours! And,
from this time forth, politicians and pa
ties must heed the wholesome lesson
that the office must seek the man, and
not the man the office!
Then, Fellcw-Citizens, we entreatyou,
devote a few days to the good of your
county! We have only one short week!
Let us do oar duty!
By order of the People's Convention.
G. D. MESSENGER,
E. J. MILLER,
H. A. PARSONS, Jr.,
Ridgway, P., Oct. 7,1873,
In the Dist. Court of the United States,
Western District of Penna.
The undersigned hereby gives notice
of bis appointment as assignee of L. C.
Horton and E. J. Miller, late doing
business as partners under the firm name
of Ilorton k Miller, at Ridgway, in tha
county of Elk and State of Pennsyl.
vania, within said district, who have
been adjudged bankrupts, upon their
own petition, by the Distriot Court ot
C. U. M'CAULEY, Assignee.
Ridgway, Elk Couoty Pa.
October 9, '73 St.
It is proposed to establish a theatrical
1ub in New York, nflor the style of .the
The modern stylo ol danoiog is said
to represent the prose of locomotion,
rather than poetry of motion.
Statistioa of New York, show that
the proportion of busiucps and proles?
iooal men who become insane is largest
among bankers nod stuck speculators y
bookkeeper eewne next; then commcro-
lal travelcM J then lawyers I ollovre 1
by retired tnorohants. clergymen and
Whereas-, in and by the 13tn section
of the Act ol Geueral Assembly of
Pennsylvania, passed Jtsly 2nd 1869,
entitled, "An aot rtltttmi; to the Elec
ting of th Commonwealth." It eu-
joined on the Sheriff of every county to
pi to notice ol such elections to be held,
and to enunicrntoin such notice what
officers are to be elected, in pursuance
thereof, I, D. C. OYSTER, High
Sheriff of the County of Elk, do there
fore make known and give this public
notice to the elcotors ot said count? of
Elk, that a general elecetion will be held
in said county, en
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1873.
(it being the second Tuesday of the
month), for the purpose of electing the
following officers, to-wit :
One person lor Male treasurer.
One person for Judge of the Supreme
One person for member of the Legis-
Iature to represeut tho counties ni tam
... . . 1
cron, Elk and J eflctson. .
One person for Treasurer of Elk
One person for District Attorney of
One person for Commissioner rf Elk
One person for Jury Commissioner of
One person for Auditor of Elk
And the Qualified electors of tti
county ot liils will hold tneir elections
. . - . , . , . , - ,,
in tria novaral nictnnta. An tnl nwfl !
Benezette township, at the house of
Benzinger township, at the school
house on Michael St., near tho Elk creek
Fox township, at the Centreville
Highland township, at the house ot
Horton township, at the school house
near D. C. Oyster a Hotel
Ridcway township, at the Court
St. Mary's Borousb, at the Town
Spring Creek township, at the house
of Stockdale, Downer & Co.
Jay township, at the bouse of Alfred
Jones township, at the Wilcox Tan
ning and Lumber Co's., office in Wil
Mill Stone township, at the house of
Henry Ilerr, at lsarr s Dam.
I also make known the following; act
entitled "An act regulating the mode of
voting at all elections in the several
counties in this Commonwealth," as
8m required by the second section
Section 1. Be it enacted lit tJic
Senate and the House of Rrprcstnta
lives, dc, That the qualified voters of
the several counties ol this Common
wealth, at all general township and spec
ial elections are hereby kereatter author
lzed and required to vote by ticke
printed or written, or partly writteu an
partly printed, severally clasified as f ol
lows : One ticket shull embrace the
names of all the Judges of the Courts
to be voted for and to be labelled on th
outside, "Judiciary;" one ticket shall
embrace the names of all St&te officers
to be voted for and labelled "State,1
one ticket shall embrace the names of
all county offices to be voted for, includ
ing the office ot senator, member or
members of Ascmbly, if voted for, mem
bets of Congress, it voted for ana
belled "County ;" one ticket shall em
brrce names ot 'all the township officers
voted tor and be lubellei "tsorougii or
"Township;" and each shall be depos
ited in separate ballot boxes
I also make known and give notice
as in and by the 15th section of afore
said act, I am direoted that every per
son except Justices of tho Peace, wb
shall hold any office appointment of
trust or profit, under the Government of
the United States, or this State, or any
city or incorporated district whether
commissioned officer or otherwise
subordinate officer or agent who is or
6ba!l be employed undar the legislative
or judiciary or executive department of
this State or of the United States, of
any city or incorporated district and
also every member of Congress aud
State Legislature, and the select an
common council of any city Commission'
er or any incorporated district, is by law
incapable of holding or exercising at the
same time the office or appoiutment of
Judge, Inspector or Clerk, of any elee
tion of this Commonwealth, and that no
Inspector or Judge, shall be legible to
any othoe then to be voted tor
Also in the 4th section of the Act
of Assembly, entitled "An act relating
to elections and lor other purposes, ap
proved April 16tb 18G9, it is enaeted
that the 14th section shall be so con
Btrued as to prevent any militia or
boroughloffioer from serving as Judge
Inspector, or Clerk, at any general
or special eleotion in this Common
Also that in the 61st, section of said
act it is enacted "That every general
or special election shall be opened be
tween the bours ot six and seven in
tbo fore-noon, and shall remain without
interruption until seven o clock in the
evening when the polls shall be closed
No person shall be permitted to vote
at any election as atoresaid, but a tree
man of the age of twenty-one years, or
more, wbo shall nave resided in this
State at least one year and in the elco
tion distriot where he offers bis vote,
at least ten daya immediately preceed-
init such election, and within two venrs I
paid a State or County tax, which shall
ave Dceo assessed at least ten days I
cfore the eleotion. But a eitisen of
the United States, who has previously
been a qualified voter of this State, but
removed therefrom and returned, and
hull have resided m the election dis
tirct and paid taxes as aforesaid, shall
bo entitled to vote alter residing in this
Mate six months. J'rovided, That the
freemen, citizens of the United States,
who are between the ages of twenty-one
nd twenty-two years, and who have
resided in the election district ten days
as aforesaid, shall be entitled to vote,
although they bavo not paid taxes.
Vvhrhkas, the Fifteenth Amend
ment of tho Constitution of the United
States is as follows :
Section 1. The right of citizens of
the United States shall not be denied
or abridged by the United States on ac
count ol race, color, orj previous 4eoo
dition of servitude.
Section 2. That 7oneress shall
have power to enforce this article by
And whereas, The Congress of the
United States on the thirty-first day
of March 1870, passed an act entitled,
'An act to enforce the right of citizens
of the United States to vote in the sev
eral States of the Union, and for other
purposes," the first and second scetions
of which are as follows :
Be it enacted, &e.t That all citizens
of the United States who are or shall b
otherwise qualified to vote at any elec
tion by the people ot any state, .terri
tory, district, city, county, parish, town
snip, school district, municipality, or
other territorial subvision shall be en
titled aud allowed te vote at all such
elections, without distinction of color
race, or previous condition of servitude ;
any constitution, law, custom, usage, or
regulation of any State or territory, or
by or under its authority, to the contrary,
Section 2. And be it further en
acted, That if, by or under the consti
tution or laws ot any State or the laws
of any Territory, any act is or shall be
required to be dune as a prerequisite or
qualihcation tor voting, and by such
constitution orlaws persons or officers
are or shall be charged with the per
formance of duties iu furbishing to citi
zens an opportunity to perlonu such
prerequisites, or to become qualified to
vote it shall be the duty of every such
person aud officers to give all citizens ot
the United States, the same and cquul
opportunity to pertorm such prerequisite
aud to become qualified to vote without
distiction of race, color or previous con
dition of scrviture; and it any such per
sons or officers shall reluse or kncwiugly
omit to give full effect to this section,
he shall for every such offence, lorl'eit
and pay the sum ol five huudred dollars,
to the persons agrieved thereby, to be
recovered by an action on the ca.se, with
iu'1 costs and Buch allowance lor coun
sel fees as the court shall deem just, and
shall also for every such oli'enco be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
shall on conviction thereof be fiucd not
less than fivo hundred dollars or to be
imprisoned not less than one mouthiaod
nut more than one year, or both, at the
discretion ot the court.
And whereas, It is declared by the
secoud section of the VI article ot the
Constitution of the United States, that
"This Constitution of the United States
which shall be made in pursuance
thereof, shull be the supreme law of the
laud auythiog in live Con
stitution or laics of any Stale, to the con
And whereas. The Legislature of
this Commonweath, on the Oth ol
April 1870, passed an act entitled "A
further supplement to the act relating
to elections in this Commonwealth,
the tenth section provides as follows
Section 10. That so much of every
act ot Assembly as provides that only
white freeman shall bo entitled to vote,
or be registered as voters, or as claim
ing to vote at any geueral or special
election ot this Commonwealth, be uud
the same is hereby repealed, aud that
boreatter all freemau without distinct
ion of color, shall be enrolled and regis
tcred according to the provisions of the
first section ot the act approved the
17 of April I860, entitled "An act fur
ther supplemental to an act relative
to the elections of this Commonwealth,"
and shall when otherwise qualified
under existing laws, be emitted to vote
at all general and special elections in this
No person shall be permitted to vote
whose uaine is not contained on the list
of taxable inhabitants furnished by the
LCommisbioners, unless be first produces
a receipt for the payment witbiu two
years, ot State or County tux, assessed
agreeably to the Constitution, and give
satisfactory evidence either on his own
oath or affirmation of another that
he has paid such tax, or on fuilure to
produce such receipt shall make oath
ot the payment thereof; if he claims to
vote by being an elector between tfce
ages ot tweuty-one and twenty-two
yeare he shall depose on oath or anima
tion that he has resided in the Stare
at least oue year betore his application,
and make proof ot his residence withiu
his district as required by the act, and
that he does vsriully believe from ac
counts given him, that be is of the age
aforesaid aud give such other evidence
us is required by the act whereupon the
name ot the person so admitted to vote
shall be registered in the alphabetical
lint by the inspector, and a note made
opposito thereto by the word "tax," if
he shall tave been admitted to vote
by reason of having paid tax, or the
word "age," if he shall have been
admitted to voto by reason of ago,
shall bo called out to the clerks, who
shall make like notes in the list kept bv
la all cases where the name ol per
sons claiming to vote is 'found on the
list iurmshed by tbe commissioners and
Assessors, aud his right to vote whether
iounc thereon or not, is objected to by
any qualified citizen, it snail be tbe In
speetors duty lo examine such persons
on oath as to his qualifications, and ii he
claims to have resided within tbe State
lor one year or more, his oath shall not
be sufficient nx-f. Uiereof, but shall
make proof thereof, by ftt 'cnst one com-
petent witness who shall bn a qualified
eleetor, that he has resiaea wuntn ine
district, for the purpose of voting
Every person qualified as aforesaid,
ftnd who- shall make the due proof, if
quahned, of bis residence and pay
ment of taxes aforesaid, in the town
ship, ward or district in which be shall
If any person shall prevent or attempt
to prevent any ftfficer of any election un
der this act Irotn holdiag suck election,
or use or threaten tf violence to any
such officer, or shall lateirupt or id prop
erly interfer witb him in the execution
of his duty, or shall block up the win
dow or avenue to any window where
the same may be holding, or shall riot
ously disturb the peace at such election,
or shall use or practice any intimidation
threats, force or violence, with design
to iu flat nee unduly or overawe any elec
tor, or to prevent Mm from voting, or to
restrain the freedom of choice, such per
sons on conviction shall be fined in any
Slim not AVtAart inrv fitrA liiln.'lrnfl Tnllnrfl
and ,,0 imprisone ,or aDV tillje not iMS
than one monthn or more than one years
and it it be sbowo that tho persons so
offending was not a resident of tho city,
ward, district or township where the
said offence was committed, and not
entitled to vote therein, and on con
viction he shall be sentenced to pay
fine ot not less than one hundred or
more than one thousand dollars, and bo
imprisoned not less than six months or
more than two years.
Whereas, By the act of the Con
gress ot the United states, entitled "An
Act to amend the several sots heretolore
passed, to provide for the enrolling and
calling out the national forces, and for
other purposes, and approved March
third, one thousand eight hundred and
sixty-five, all persons who have deserted
the military or naval service ot the
United States, and who have not been
discharged, or relieved from the penalty,
or disability therein provided, are
deemed, and taken, to have voluntarily
relinquished, aud forfeited, their rights
ot citizenship, and their rights to become
citizens, and are deprived of exercising
any rights of citizens thereof:
And ichercas, Persons, not citizens of
the United States, are not, under the
constitution and law of Pennsylvania,
qualified electors ol this commonwealth :
Section 1. Be it enacted lu the
Senate and House of Representatives of
the Commonwealth oj Pennsylvania in
General Assembly met, and it is hereby
enacted by the authority of the same.
Ibat in all elections hereafter to be held
in this commonwealth, it shall be unlaw
ful for the judge or inspectors ot any
such election 'o receive any ballot, or
ballots, from auy person, or persons, em
braced in the provisions, and subject to
the disability, imposed by said act of
Congress, approved March third, one
thousand eight hundred and sixty-hve,
and it shall be unlawful for any such
persons to offer to vote any ballot, or bal
lots. Section 2. That if any such judge
and inspectors of election, or any oue ol
them snail receive, or consent to re
ceive, any such unlawful ballot, or bal
lots, from any such disqualified person,
he, or they, so offending, shall be guilty
of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction
thereof, in any court ot quarter sessions
ot this commonwealth, be shall, tor each
offence, be sentenced to pay fine ot
not Icps than one hundred dollars, aud
to undergo an imprisonment, in the jail
of the proper county, for not less than
Section 3. That if any person de
prived ot citizenship, and disqualified
as atoresaid, shall, at any election, here
after to be held in this commonwealth,
vote, or tender to tbo officers there, and
offer to vote, a ballot, or ballots, any
person, so offending, shall be deemed
guilty of a misdemcanDr, and on con
viction thereof, in any court of quarter
sessions ot this commonwealth, shall,
for each offence, be punished in a like
manner as is provided in the preceding
section of this act, in the case of officers
of election receiving such unlawful bal
lot or ballots.
section 4. lhat it any person
shall hereafter persuade, or advise, any
person, or persons, deprived of citizen
ship, and disqualified as aforesaid, to
offer any ballot, or ballots, to the officers
ot any election, hereafter to be held in
this commonwealth, or shall persuade
or advise, any such officer to receive any
ballot, or ballots, from any person de
prived of citizenship, and disqualified as
atoresaid, such person, so ottcnding.
shall be quilty of a misdemanor, and
upon conviction thereof, in any court
ot quarter sessions of this commonwealth
shall be puuished in a like manner as is
provided in the second section of this
act, in the case of officers of such elee
tion receiving such unlawlul ballot, or
Pursuant to the provisions contained
in the 4th section as aforesaid the
Judges ot the aforesaid districts shall
respectivelyjtake charge of the certifi
cates or returns of election to their re
spective districts and produce them at
a meeting ot one Judge from each dis
strict at the Court House in the Town
ship of Ridgway on FRIDAY, thb
17th day op OCTOBER next, the
and there to pertorm the duties re
quired by laws of said Judges; also
where a Judge by sickness or unavoida
ble accidents is unable to attend such
meeting of Judges then a certificate as
aforesaid shall be taken(in charge of by
one ot the inspectors or clerks or tn
election of said district who shall do
and perform the duties of said Judge
to attend ; and the return Judges of
tbe said district! aforesaid are requested
to meet in Uidgway, the couuty-seat of
said county, on Kiiday, after the seeood
Tuesday oi Ootobor next, then and
there to discharge the duties required
Given under my band at Ridgway,
the 18th day of September in the year
ot our Lord, one thousand, eigbnt nun
dred and seventy-three, and of the in-
dependence oi the United States the
D. C. OYSTER, Sheriff,
Sheriff's Office, Sept. 18 tb, 1873.
NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS.
HOUSEWARE, AND H0USERJRNISHIN5 GOODS.
In fact everything usually kept
in a first-class Hardware Store
a FiBST-siass im shop
Employing none but first-class
class material used.
OPPOSITE THE COURT
F YOU WAST TO BUY
JAMES H- HAGERTY
Main Street, Ridgway, Pa.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS
SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
GLASS AND QU KENS
WARE, WOOD AND
TOBACCO AND C1GARR.
A Large Stock of
Grocsries and Provisions.
Tbe BEST BRANDS ot FLOUR
Constantly on band, add sold as cbcap
as the CHEAPEST.
JAMES n. HAGERTY.
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Elk County Directory.
President Judge L. D. Wetmore.
Additional Law Judge -Hon. Jno. F
Associate Judges Chas. Luhr, J V.
District Attorney J. K. P, II ail.
Sheriff D. C. Oyster.
Prothonotary $a., Fred. Schoening.
Treasurer C. R. Earley.
County Superintendent Rufus Lucore.
Commissioners Robt. Campbell, John
Darr, Geo. Ed. Weis.
Auditors Clark A. Wiloox, George D.
Messenger, and C. W. Barrett.
County Surveyor Geo Wilmsley.
J ury Commissi men. J oseph Kerner.
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Ecleotio Physician and Surgeon, has remov
ed bis office liom Centre street, to Alain si.
Kidgway, l a,, in the second story of tbo
new brick building of John G. Hall, oppo
site Hyde's store.
Office hours: 8 to 9 a- m: 1 to 2 p. tn. 1
8p. m. jan a 73
Druggist and Paraceutist corner ot
Mum and Mill streets, Uidgway, Pa.
full assortment of carefully selected For
eign and Domestic Drugs. Prescriptions
carefully dispensed at all hours, day or
S. HARTLEY, M. D.,
Physician ana Surgeon.
Kidgway, Pa. Office in Walker's Building.
Special attention given to Surgery. Office
house lrom e a. iu. to IU p. m. Residence
on cori.er of South and Court streets, op
posite the new School House. All calls
promptly attended to. tln2yl.
( Watchmaker, Engraver and Jeweler,
Main street, Kidgway, Pa. igcut lor tha
Howe Sewing Machine, aud Morton Gold
Pen. RepoiriDg Watches, etc, done with
he same accuracy us heretofore. Satis
actiou guaranteed. vlnlr.
Ridowat, EikCo., Pa.
W. 11. SCHKAiM, Proprietor.
Thankful for the patronage heretofore;
no liberally bestowed upon hiui, tho new
proprietor, hopes, by paying strict at
tention to the comfort and convenience of
guests, to merit a coutinuanco oi tha
Oct 30 180M.
UE OLD BUCKTAIL'S HOTEL,
Kune, McKcau Co., Pa
It. E. LOOKEii, Proprietor.
Thankful lor the patrouaige herclofoie BO
liberally bsstowed ujjen hnu, the new pro.
prietor, hopes, by puying strict attention
to the comfort aud couveuionce of guisis.
to merit a continuance of the same, lue
only stables lor horses in Kane aud well
kept uigUt or day. Hall attached; to tbe
HALL, & 13UO
I Attorneys - at - Law
ELS CCTOTt FE1TSYLYA.HIA,
JoiiN a. uall..
JAS. K. Y. HALI
Ce-ntbi-ville, Elk Co., Pa.
John Collins, Proprietor.
Thankful for the patronage heretofore
so liberilly bestowed upon him, the new
proprietor, hopes, by paying strict at
tention to the comfort and convenience
of guests, t merit a continuance of the
(Succ. tor to W. C. Healy,)
IEY GOODS, GHOCEEIES, PROVISIONS,
PRODUCE, FRUITS, &o.
v3n7tf. West End, Ridgway, P.
S. A. ROTE,
AMD DEALER IS
Chromos, Stcreosoopio Views, Picture
WEST END, RIDGWAY, ELK CO. PA
WHOLESALE AMD BETAIL DEALER II
and MUSIO BOOKS
Pianos and organs to rent and rental ap
plied if purchased.
rrotnonotary'g oihee, Ridgway, Pa.
EW STAGE ROUTE.
- ' j. C. BURNS, Proprietor,
The subscriber having secured the eon
traot for carrying the U. 8. Mail between
REYNOLDSVILLE & BROCKWAIVILLE
has placed on that road a Una of haeka.
Hacks leave the Exchange Hotel in
iieynoldviUe every Tuesday, Thursdayand
Saturday on the arrival of the Broo kville
stage, and return the same day. Theau
hacks eonnect at Brookwayville with the
Ridgway stages, making connection wl h .
trains on the P. & E. Road, both east and
west. Every attention to the comfort of
patrons of this line will be given, and
uuerai patronage solicited.
JOIIN W. FRAZEE,
Attorney-at-Law and Solicitor of
PATENTS AND CLAIM 8,
Speciality of PATENT eases.
Offioe, 909 7th ST., WASHINGTON, D. C.
Refers by permission to lion, Henry D
Cooke, Governor of the Dist., of Columbia-
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