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0llt Ojmmtg hmt THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1S78. Cnr Time at llidgicay. jsrte Express East 2:04 a. in uu no nest 2i:a a. m do Mail East. 6:05 p. m lo do Went 2:62 a. m Ber.oro Accommodation East-... 8.66 a. m do do West.... 6:26 a. m emc Lodge, a. y. m. The stated rueetitui of Elk Loirs. No 879, are lield at 4hoir hall, corner of Main and Depot streets, on the second nod fourth Tuesdays of each month D. B. DAY, Seo'y. Vote the People's County Ticket. IIeayv frosts during theps.-it week. Vote lor J. VV. Phelps for Assembly RePUBLKUNS day in force. turn out on elestioo Tuere is a great demand for stoves at the present writing. Rev. Wm. Martin, of Ridgwa will preach at Wilcox next Sunday October 12. The following uotice posted up in our village: was found For sail one black hoarse too reed oxin one hoarse raake, too settc duble harnis and one mulle and other housebold goats to uucjerious to mention In anoiiier column will be found the new advertisement of James D. Fuller ton, Surgeon Dentist. Mr. Fullerton is a good workman and dc e ves the patron age of our citizens. Rooms in Service's building. Raffle. There will be a riffle for a double barreled shot gun, at the Billiard Hall of George VV. Rhines, on Saturday eight, Ootober 18th, 1873. The gun is almost new. It can be seen at any time by calling at tbe Billiard Hall. 2t New Good James Penfield has just received a new stock of good.i cm tracing a fine assortment of ladies' dress goods. Give him a call and exi.mine his new stock. He is selling at low prices and has Srst-oluss articles. West .End iistore Mam'strect. Taypayers, Attention' Notice is hereby giveu to the taxjxyers of Ridg way township that legal yroceedings will be instituted against all who fail to pay their road, additional road and sidewalk taxes (or 1872 on or before the 18th da) o October, 1873 ' D. F. FARRAND, Colleetor. Gbtuber 9th, 1873 ft. Playing Double. D. P. Baird, the Democratic nominee for Assembly, is playing fast and lojse on local ques tioas in which Elk County is interested We have from undoubted sources the 1 net that Mr. Baird has pledged the St. .Mary's people to u-.e his kif.ueuce, if he is elected, to have the county seat n :iuoved to their borough, and he has also pledged to the people of this section sot to aid the St. Mary's people in their tffort to remove the county Beat. Is uch a man to be trusted? See to it citizens of Elk that he is defeated Tbe premiums offered at the Rome, Ga., fair, for tbe most efficient cook .among the girls of tbe district, gave rhe to a more lively competition than nny other premium offered. There is a (traditional belief among the girls that whoever wins a premium will get a hus Land before the year is out. A farmer from a farm of ICO acres near Atlantio, Iowa, cleared $1(30,000 in eight years. LIST OF JURORS. The following is the List of Jurors drawn for the November term of Court, commencing .Monday, November 3rd, 1873 : traverse jurors. Beneiette Dennis Taylor, William Murray, George English. Benzinger Nicholas Dewalt, Joseph Lenczel, Fransis Cassidy, Henry Gaus nen, Joseph Fries. Fox. James W. Rogers, Horace Spangenbury, Jeremiah Hewitt, James II. Taylor, Joel S. Taylor, David Mere dith, Z. B. Earley. Highland Wm. J. Stubbs. Horton Allen Giles, Adam Kern- merer, Harvey .Parsons, James Mo Clellan, J. C. MoAllister. John R. Kelts. Jay Francis J. Spangler, Oliver Dodge, Martin Clover, James Bateman, Joaiah R. Morey, Houston Brownlee. Jones John Kleissath, John Kitt ner, Charles Paul, C. A. Paine. Ridgway W. S. Hamblen, J. K. Whitmore, John Van Orsdall, Robert Warner, W. C. Geary, C. W. Barrett, James Rickard, R, K. Enbody, Abner Malen. St. Mary's Boro' Edward E. Mc Bride, John B. Ahlis, John Emmett, Philip Wilhelmj Micheal Stibich, Will iam Gies. Spring Creek George Saxton, J. B. Rice, D. K. Moore. GRAND JCR0R8. Benezette Mirty Hays, (Blacksmith") John Emery, Wm. F. Wainwright, W. D. Dellaas. Benzinger George Nusel, La wren oe Gahr. Fox George B. Taylor, Andrew Howe. Horton N. M. Brock way, 8. A. Olmstead. Jay Joba Hess, Wm. P. Luoe. Jones R. W. Brown, Michael Dill. Ridtrway C. E Bemao, Geo. Blanc bard, D. D. Cook, HoracejLittle, Adam Gover, Jo"hn E. Moore, H. S. Thayer. St Mary's Boro' C. R. Sexton, Thomas ZinimetL tpriog Creek. Taylor Rhines. Letter from Ohio. Cincinnati, Ohio,") October 7th, 1873. J Dear Advocate: TUB Pf!O0. I am happy to say, hat not been proJuo tlve of sorious evils In.. this t cation. The Banks continue to pay on ohecks to deposl tors, but refuse discounting. This Is ex ceedingly creditable, and shows the solidity of Cinoiunatt, eompared with cities both east and west; notably Chicajp and New York; but ai Chicago i mainly owned In New York and Boston, and as New York Is mainly owned by the restlcis devil of stock gambling propensities, perhaps there is not so much mattor for surprise in the paniuky condition of those "settlements." The Banks of Covington and Nevpirt, Kentucky wnicn cities are immediately opposite Cincinnati have followed In the wake of their larger sister. Since Jay Cooke whose collapse started this pmie used to announce the National Debt a national bless ing, I wonder whether he considers his own a chip of the old block? MS GREAT EXPOBITIOI closed lart 3 ilurd-iy. The average d tilt; attendance has been a little over 20,000 making the handsome number of 603,000 visitors auring us continuance or one month. Of this enormous uurabcr perhaps 4)0,00 J were now residents of the eity The best test of the wonderful success of the Exposition was the unabated Interest exhibited up to the closing moments. Its expenses were $80,000: the exaot figures of reoeipts except for admission are not yet precisely ascertained, a guarantee fund of 2o0,000has been raised for the Exposi tion of next year, which will be a success equal to any that have preceeded it. The shewing of Textile fabrics, Manufactures Statuary, Paintings, Gold and Silver ware, Tobacco, Clothhig, Sewing Machines, Millinery Goods, Provisions, Fancy work &c, &c, spread out over eight and one half acres, and arranged in the most clo- gant style ; the vast crowds In attend inoe; the musio, the brave women and fair men, the in fact just try to tell about it your self, and if you don't have lo go ho no on a shatter, it will be because, being a printer, you of course, are able to stand anything even to tryiog to tell the truth aud mak ing a reasonable failure of the job. THERE IS A PABTT which has the happiest faculty of knowing just how "not to do it." A party which carries a razor io its pocket and cuts its throat the party's throat that is at the critical moment. That's the party to which I belong. Sinoe last Thursday it has been going round with its gullet sewed up and full of life as a last year's potato bug It has slaughtered itself in Hamilton County and the vo'e here will carry thb State. The opinion of Democrats who repudiate a political trick, is, that the action of the Enquirer and the late Convention, in its resioutions demanding the indictment of COV. COWARD t NOTES, the present Govornor of Ohio, and Republi can candidate for re-election, and the subse quent suits brought again it him by tbe Prosecuting attorney, for the behalf of the county, will recoil against the Democratic party wilh most damaging effect. The facts are these: Edward F. Noyes about sixteen yeais ago, "Carpet bagged" from Massa chusetts to Ohio, and hung out bis shingle announcing IlU readiness to starve at prao ising law. He didn't starve. A very few years had elapsed, when he was elected City Solicitor; which office he filled with average credit. On the breaking out of the late misunderstanding, he volunteered as a Brigadier General, but didn't fill that office throughout the war; for, by some mistake, a cannon ball got in the way of his right leg, and the leg got. out of the way of the ball. He was brought home, and on recovery, and resuming the practice of law, was elected Probate Judge. The office was worth some $20,000 per year, The Pro bate Judge being, also dork of his owu court, receives fees instead of a salary. The offioe is a compound of your Register, Orphan's Court, and so far as Roads are concerned, has a little sprinkling of the Quarter Sessions. During his term tbe County Commissioners Republicans eon-ti-acted with Judge Noyes to index the reo- ords of Births, Marriages and Deaths, and to do ajme other clerical work which had run behind. He was to receive fifteen cents a name for indexing; and, having done tbe work, took his pay like a little man, and nobody said "nay." TIMS ROLLED ITS CIABLISS 0CLES ROUND, as it has a habit of doing, in this part of the country, and Judge Noyes, having been rotated by the aforesaid "Cycles" out of office again, devoted himself to the romantio history of Damon and Pythas, John Doe, and Richard Roe. But it was not to last. When he had reached the critical period when John seeks the hand of Rioharl's mother-in-law la the holy bonds of wed lock, a grateful people took him up Noyes, not John and eleoted him Govornor of the great State of Ohio, at a salary of $1,500 per year and power to appoint Notaries Public. He ACCEPTED TBI SITUATION, took the oath of office, and sighed at the terrible prospeot of being banished to Col umbus for three years, and still no virtuous Democrat saw anything wrong in the little indexing job. But "in the second year of the reign of Edward in Ohio" the Dem ocrats earned this eounty'with the aid of the Liberals, and waxed fat and kicked in consequence, and they kicked so high the Liberals, this year concluded to try it on their own hook, which makes the Demo cratic party a little dubious about its hold on tire flesh pots. 8o the Enquirer boys sent out their body snatohers, and in prowl ing round the Probate Court they dug up this little arrangement in all its fatness, and immediately they grew virtues over the smell of a thing which had been dead for lo I these many years. But it was a good thing; and they held it up on their editor, ial fork, and the faithful fell down and worshipped. And for the weary days since the unhappy Edward has been a candidate (since last July,) the Eaquirer las eat Noyes, slept Noyes, and talked Noyes. ' I was going to say they drank Noyes, but I think we Democrats would drink anything but OLD BOURBON SOUR. And the Convention met and resolved that the Prosecuting Attorney a Demoorat should prosecute Noyes to recover the money, $13,000; paid on the oontract. In fact they intended to do away with Noyes ; but the Prosocuting Attorney said it was the money of the Cojnty which Noyes had eaton, and it was the County Selicitor'a duty to undertake the job. And the County Solicitor, a Democrat, also wrote a letter and said there was no cause of action and if ho should bring one he would be do- taurred out ot (hi Court and then the En quirer was mad; and it went for the County Commissioners because they hadn't ordered the County Attnriwes to bring the suit And the Commissioners (Democrats) feeling pale, did as they wore oommandoJ, aud passed a resolution orderiug the aforesaid legal gentleman who know they will get whaled, to bring the suits, and they brung tbeui. The whole thing has been done for po UtU'Al effect ; and if there be guilt any where, it rests on the Commissioners, who made the coutraot, as fully as on Noyes. There is no doubt the prices paid was out ragcous. But the Commissioners had t he right to pay it, and Noyes, having dose the work, had a right to take it. That is legal; for I think no one would say that fifteen cents for indexing a name is anything but an outrageous price. After eleo tion no matter how it nay ge the suits will be dropped. It is now five years since the work was done. The Enquirer know it then; or could have known it as it does now. Aud its silenee when the scent was frh, and giving tongue when it has died off, show too p.'ain'y its animus. Noyes should not he re-eleotea because or his com plicity in the job : but he should have been prosecuted while he was Probate Judge, (and the Commissionecrs should have been included) or immediately ofler he went o ut of office, if at all. A LITTLK STORY. The Domorcats had a fine meeting last Thursday in Mozart Hall, and among tbe speakers stood prominently Ohio's favorite son, General cam. Carey. I lie horny handed son of toil. He's a Democrat this year, and its heavy infliction for our sins that we have to carry him. But he makes a most capital speech, and with all his po litical tumbling generally lights on his feet. He wears No. thirteen. And after the horny-handed had made confession of his faults, and told how he was now a Demo crat, and "aworking for the great cause of reform in the Democratic ranks," he paid bis respects to Senator Sherman, who, in his late speech here, said that. -Noyes should be elected, if for no other reason, because be had been a soldier. "Now my fellow citizens, said the horny- lianded, "the soldiers deserved well of their country, and they have been rewarded. But 1 think the cry of "elect the soldier only because he has been a soldier' is getting stale. It reminds me of the old Presbyterian here the audience commenced to grin who sent his son to College and made a mistake out of him. And when he came home the old man took him to all the churches in the neighborhood to get him a "call." Well he preached the first Sunday, and his text was "And Peter's wife's mother lay sick of a fever," and the old man thought it was just the best sermon he had heard. And next eunday he took him to a neighboring county, and the youug chap preached again, and his text was 'And rcter s wife s mother was sick of a fever.' (here the audience roared. It isn't hard to make a crowd roar.) "Well the old man didn't say anything; but next Sunday he took him to a church some sixty miles off, and the young chap preached again, and his text was 'And Peter's wife's mother lay sick of a fever.' And the old man couldn't stand it any longer. He spoke out in meeting and says he "Oh! rot the old critter, she's had fever long enough, and ought to have died long aga." (Big smiles all around.) A TERH1ULE MURDER was committed here lust Friday, in the de batable land between those portions of the city known as Dublin ond Bucktown, Some four years ago a young Irishman named Aeville rented a email store, lit "Dublin," from a man named Caiev ; know as a vicious and disagreeable neigh bor. Neeille carrieed on lhe business of a Druggist, and being very populur aud atten tive so business, did so well as to justify him in renting a better store down town. About a mantli ago he told his intention to Carry, who, from that time commenced a series of insults aud annoyances, which Neville bore with great good humor. Last triduyashe was taking down some shelv ing, Carey came in and began his abuse, to which Neville paid no attention. On Carey forbiuding him to take away the shelving, Neville replied he had paid for it ne dod it, and intended to take it away. Carey went off, and on returning again spoke to Nev. ille about the shelving. No reply being made, Uarey drew a revolver and shot Nev ille through the heart. The men were not over three feet apart. Carey immediately started to run pursued by a crowd, whioh as crowds do, gathered immediately. He ran along Lock to Sixth St., when he found himself too closely pursued. He therefore turned on the crowd and swore he would shoot the man who laid hands on him. This stopped the crewd for a moment, aud some policeman arriving, Carey was hur ried to the Sycamore Station House, and from there, by a baok way, driven to the Storrs Station House in the 21st ward; and some miles from the scene of tbe tragedy. A strong and lynching crowd bad mean while gathered near the Sycamore Station; but the man they wanted was not there. Carey is now in jail. He seems to have not the slightesi sorrow or remorse for his terrible caiine. Neville's death was instan taneaus. He had not been in America five years, aud, I hear, had no relatives in this country. .' WHY-IS THIS THUS t Your last issue gives a formidable list 3 patriots banded together to "yank" tu county from the dutches of the ever fai th ful "Court louse Ring." Let 'era yank. I am surprised at some of the names ap pended to the call, and equally so because some names are not there, which I think, in the fitness of things should have been : or rather would have been, if they retained their old affinities, I don't profess to under stand Elk politics any longer. They are to me worse mixed than the Schlesuig Hylsteib question, which was compre hended only by two men, one of whom had died and the other would't tell what he knew. My capaoity for astonishment' bow ever, is over charged on hearing that the Gazette is actually supporting a "Regular" ticket while the Democrat (my old friend "Miller on tbe Bmethport Pike," is doing yeoman's service in the ranks of the "Peo pie's party." This was not the way of an cient times when the Demoorat was loyal, and the Gazette worked in the harness about as quietly as a prancing equine at an Agricultural Exhibition. But as 1 said be fore it's none of my tuneral, and I've no right to be one of the mourners, and so in the laoeuaze of horny-handed Samuel Carey, ' Good-bye "Sweetheart good, bye." L. J. B. ESTRAY- Came to tbe premises of the subscriber in June last, two she-goats. The owner is hereby notified to come for ward, prove proprrty and pay dameges, or they will be disposed of as the law directs, ALPHEUS JAMES, Highland, Elk Co , Pa., Oct. 8th, '78, h32-2t Notice is hereby given to jurors to be punctual in attendance on court, on Monday moraing, November 3rd. Fred. Schoenino, Clerk, County Commissioners will meet at their office in Ridgway, on Monday, Oct. 10th, 1873. By order 0. II. M'OATJMtT,' Clerk. New Advertisements. LIST OF CAUSES set down for trial at November Term 1873, Elk County Com roon Pleas. Commencing Monday Novem ber 8, 1873. 1 The Spring Run Coal Co. vs Thomas Tozier, No. 10 January Term, 1809. 'I Geo D Messenger el al vs James George et al 41 April-term lobs. 8 John Tudor, vs Hiram Woodward et al a Aueust term 1870. 4 M Mason et al vs Henry Souther et at la January term 18m. 5 George Decker vs George Schneider, u April term IB2. 0 Boujamin Johnson et al vs John Johnson et al 20 April term 1872 7 James Curry vs E & 0 Paino, 88 April term 1872. 8 Martin Sorg vs Nicholas Kronenwetter it April term 18i2. 9 Martin Sorg vs Nicholas Kronenwetter 48 April term 187-'. 10 William J. M'Cnrty vs Elk and M Kean II. R. Co., 17 August term 1872. 11 BE ifellendorf vs K"k aud M'Kean R It Co , 18 August term 1872. - 12 E- E. Williard vs Elk and M'Kean R R Co., 29 August term 1872. 13 E E Milliard vs Jociab Bardwell trustees et al 21 August term 1872. ' 14 II Souther, survivor &e vs U S Belnap f. n t iw i . i..-.. u u., u nuieuiuer lenu lot 4. 15 Thomas Caller vs The Penn'a R R Co., 16 November term 1872. lb' Mary J Beinan vs N M Brock way, 2G November term 1872. 17 Sosnheiuier Hi Sou vs Edward M' Bride, 82 November term 1872. 18 The School MsL of Fox vs John Myers et al 81 January term 1873. l'J Ueorgo l'aull vs Tne Wilcox T & L Co., 42 Jauua'ry term 1873. 20 Abel l Mariners vs j nomas Muliken, 1 April term 1873. 21 The St Mary's Coal Co., vs George Rcttger. SECOND WEEK. 22 Francis A Loesh et al vs Frank Keller. 22 April term 1872. 23 J as A Burke vs D C Oyster, 83 Aug. term 1873. FRED. BCIKENISa. Pro'thy. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing accounts have been filed in env office, aud will be prcsentsd at the Orp. au'e Court of Klk County lor con firmation, un the Erst Monday of No vember next, being the third day: 1st. lhe huai account of George Noll', Sr., late of Horton township lk County, deceased. 2d. lhe first partial account of Beru- hard Kokl, executoi of the last will and testament of Herman Koch, late ol Benzinger Township, Elk Connty de ceased. FRED. SCIICENING, Register. 1J1LK COUNTY COURT PROCLAMA TION. Whereas the Hon. L. D. Wet. more, President Judge for the Cth Judicial Distriet of Pennsylvania, and Chas. Luhr and J. V. llouk, Esqs., Associate Judges in Elk county, have issued their precepts to me directed, for the time of holding1 of Orphan's Court, Court of Common Pleas, General Quarter Sessions and Oyer and Terminer, at Ridgway, for the County of tilts. , on tne 1st Monday ot Isoveniber, (be ing the 8rd day) 1873, and continue two weens. Notice is therefore given to the Coroner, Justices of the Petce, and Constables in and tor the county of Elk, to appear in their own proper persons, with their reo ords, inquisitions and remembcrances, to do those things which of their offices and in their behalt appertain 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 and there attending, aud not to depart at their peril. Jurors are requested to be punctual in their attendance at the appointed time, agreeable to Botioe.' Given under my hand and seal at the Sheriffs office, in Ridgway, the 25th day 0 September, in tbe year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy three. D. C. OYSTER, Sheriff. VA0 HAAK THE VICTOR SEWING MACHINE CO.. want reliable and energetic Agents in this County. The "VICTOR" is a Lock-stitch, Shuttle Machine, with Self-setting Needle, best furnished and most perfect Machine offered. An increase of over fitiO per cent, on sales of 1872 over 1871. For Terms &c. Address. VICTOR SEWING MACHINE CO., 1227 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. n30t5. II. W. BRELSFORD, Attorney and Counselor at Law And Solicitor of LAND PATENTS. Office, 1332 F St., Post Offio B 0 471 Washington, D. C. Practices before all the Courts of the United States and the Executive Departments. Special attention giveu to Claims under the cation of Public Lands by Cash, War rants. AgriculturalCollege Script, Pre-emption or Homestead, and to Claims for MINERAL LANDS. P. W. HAYS, DUALS IN Goods, Notions, - Groceries, Dry and General Variety, FOX, ELK CO.j PA'. Earley J. O. vln47tf. Edw'd J. Evans & Co., NURSERYMEN AND SEEDSMEN, yoba", mnn'a "Catalogues Mailed to Applicants";; Refer (by permission) to How, J. 8, Black, Washington, D. C. Wxisia, Son & Carl, Bankers, York, Pa, 2-6mv. TltED. SCHOENING & CO. Law, Commercial, Book, and Stationers. t RIDGWAY, ELK CO., IA. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF KNGLISII, AND AMERICAN STATIONERY. ARNOLD'S WRITING FLUID AND COPYING INK. LEAD TENCILS OF ALL KIMDS AND PRICES. Esterbrook't Celebrated Slecl Icn, the Jtest Jtfadc. All Kinds of Job Priuting done iu the JJest Style and at Low Prices. LETTER, NOTE, AND BILL HEADS, BUSINESS CARDS AND EN VELOPES OF EVERY STYLE IN ANY QUANTITY. POWELL L KIME. A MAMMOTH STOCK ! Firmly believing that the world moves, and that the demands of lhe public are con stantly inereasinx, the proprietors of the rani (cnlrl j5ioi;c have just returned from t"io eastern and western cities with the most perfect and complete stock of MERCHANDISE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. You cannot ASK FOR ANYTHING they do not keep, and they have absolutely BROKEN TIIE PACKBONK of high prices. They buy for cash and SELL FOR CASH! CHEAPER THAN TIIE CHEAPEST ! Ridgway, May 1st, 1873. Worth and Beauty. WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE AKD TUB CUBOMO YO SEMITE! Having control of the mairnifioent OIL CHROMO, 1 SEMITE, we are able to offer a combination of literary and artis tic worV ol genuine value, and at prices un precedented. Tins nue copy or a piece 01 rtaiure a grandest work, is not presented in the us ual limited style, its dimensions, 14x20. making a picture of very desirable site, in itself AN ORNAMENT TO TDK BOOM graced by its presence. But few copies of this beftiful Chromo will be allowed to go to the retail, stores, and those will be sold at their Actual Retail Ptnoe, $6.00, while if ordered in connection with our Magazine, both will be furnished for $1.50. As a Premium tbe picture may be obtain ed by sending us two subscriptions for the Magatine at $1.00. eah, or by subscribing for the Magaiiue two years in advance, at $1.00 per annum. Address, WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE, Nswburgh, N. Y. and General Job Printers, LAW BLANKS, AND FRENCH T 0 TIIE CITIZENS OF PENNSYL VANIA. Your attention is specially invited to the fact th .t the National Banks are sow prepar ;d to receive subscriptions to the Capital Mock of the Centennial l.'oard of Piuanco. The funds realized from this source are lo be employed in the erec tion of the huiliiings for iba International Exhibition, and the expenses connected with the ame. It is confidently believed that the Keyetotie State will be represented by the nauio of every citizen alive to patri otic eoniiurmornliou of the one hundredth birth day of the nation, i lie shares of slock arc offered for $10 each, and sub scribers will receive a handsome engraved Certificate of Stock, MtiiafeJe )'ir lVaming and prrs ervatiou as a national memorial. Intereu at the rate of six per c inl. per ann-im will be p.iid on all payments of Cen tennial block 1 io i n date ot payment to January I, liti. feubscuUTS who tue not near a National Bank can remit a check or post office order to the undersigned. FUED'K'FRALEY, Treasurer, 'Mi Walnut St., Philadelphia. WANTED men & women BUSINESS THAT WILL PAY from $4 to $3 per day, can be pursued in yourowii tvighhorhood; it is a rare chance for those out of employment or having lcimre tii;; girls and boys frequently do as well as uion. Particulars free. AddifFS J. LATHAM & CO., i!92 Washington St,; Boston, Mass. uL'btti. I. N. ARNOLD, Solicitor of PATENTS Columbia St., AoHINUTO.N. l. l;. Makes examina tions in t lie Piitent OtHc? to ancertnin the patentability uf inveuiiotis for $10. A timjriity t ease re now rejected, being anticipated by existing patents loss to ap plicant usually about t?00, often more. A Iter making the preliminary culmination I charge no feo unless I secure a patent. 3DAGUSCAH01TDA RAILROAD. Front and ufer Moud.iy, Feb. fall 1873. Trains will run on thid Uottd as follows. Leaves Earky 7 a. m., arrives at Daguscahonda Junction 8 10 a. m., eon nectin; with Accotn. east 8 11 a. iu., and with Mail west at 'J 15 a. tu. Leaves Dugutcahouda at 9 20 a. tu. arrive at Karlcy 10 00 a. m. Leaves Earley 3 !0 p. ni., and arrives at Dagus- calion Ja at 5 00 p. m., connecting with Mail cast at 5 00 p. nr. aud Accommo dation west at 5 40 p. m. In case 1'. & h. trains are late, Dueus- cahonda train holds twenty minutes be yond the above time. lickcts should always bo procured belore leaving stations. O. K. EARLEY, Lcstse. MUSIC! NEW, FRESH, AND SPARKLING! THE CLUSTER A NEW MUSIC BOOK FOR THE USE OF CONVENTIONS, SINGING: CLASSES, CHURCH CHOIRS, AND THB HOME CIRCLE. THE CLUSTER 8. WESLEY MARTIN, J. M. ST1LLMAN, AND T.MARTIN TOWNE. Price, $13.50 per Dos. Single Copies sent, post-paid, $l.ou. Address, J. L. FETERS, 509 Broadway, New York. FOR SCHOOLS. Fairy Voices A NEW SINOINQ-CLAS BOOK, COMPILED AMD ABKAMOUD BY WILLIAM DRESSLER. Prioe, $0 per Dos. Single Copies sent, post-paid, lor bU cents. Address, J. L PETERS, 69!) Broadway, New York The Song Echo The Popular Singing-School Book BY H. S. PERKINS. Price, $7.50 per Doi. Single Copie sent, post. paid, for 7o cents. Address, J. L. PETERS, 22112. 699 Broadway, New York RAILROADS- PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. Philadelphia & Erie B. It. Division. WINTER TIME TABLE. ON and after SUNDAY, JULY 20 187f, the trains ou the Philadelphia & ti n Kailroad will run as follows t WKSTWARU. Erie Mail leaves Philadelphia.! 1.6ft p.m. Kenovo .,11.05 p.m. " St. Mary's 2.20 p. m. Jtidgway 'i.b'l p. m. arrive at t-.ric 7.66 p. m, Erie Expleaves Philadelphia. ..12.40 p. HI . Henovo ..ll.io p. m. " ' Si. Maiy's... 2.10 a.m. " Riilgway 2.39 a. m. " " arrive at Erie 7.4o a. m. Niagara Ex. leaves Philadelphia 7.0 a. m. Kenovo 8.60 p. m. Emporium.. 5.25 p. m. " ' air at Niagara Falls 9.45 p. m. Accomodation, leaves lenova,...2.15 p. m " 81. .Mary's 0,0 p. rn. lmigwuy,..0. 26p.' m. nrr at Kane T.tiOp. m. Erie Ma.l leaves trie 11.30 a. m. ' " Hidgway....M 6.05 p. m. k " St. Mary's ... 6.33 p. m. ii ii Kcnoto 9.05 p. m. " arrive at Philad'a... 7.15 a. m. Erie Express leaves Kiie.... 9.06 p. m. i' niugway... a. m. St. Mary's... 2.28 a. m. " ' Rennvo 6.25 a. m, err at Philadelphia.. 8.80 p. m. Niagara Ex. leaves Niagara Falls 7.16 p. m. emporium., i.tu p.m. Kenovo 3.10 p.m. ' arr at Philadelphia 12.20 a. m. Accomodation, leaves Kane 7.65 a. m. " Kiugway... e.oo a. m. " St. Mary's 9.24 a. m. " arr at Kenovo 12.30p.m. Mail East connects east and west at Erie with L 8 M S R W and at Corry and lr- vineton with Oil Creek and Allegheny ft K W. Mail West with east and west trains oa 8 & II S R W and at Irvineton with Oil Creek and Allegheny R R W. Warren Accommodation bast and West with trains on L. S. & M. S. R. W. east and west and at Corry with O. C. & A. R. R. W. trie AccoinuodsuoBivast at corry ana West at Corry and Irvineton with O. C- Jr A. U. R. W. Elmira Mail and Niagara Express make close connections at Williamsport with N C K W trains north and south. WM. A. BALDWIN. Qen'l Sup't. GRAND OPENING Summer Arrangement BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RAILWAY. Time Tffble adopted SUXDAT, August 10, 1873. Trains depart from and arrive at the Buffalo, New York & Philadelphia Railway depot, corner of Exchange and Louisiana streets. ON AND AFTER AUG. 10, 1873, UN TIL further notice, Trains will run as follows: LEAVING BUFFALO 0:15 a. m. Local Freight and passenger. arriving at Emporium at 6.00 p. m :30 a tn l'liiladclphia ond Baltimore Express Arriving at Emporium at 12:45 m., stopping only at bast Aurora, Ar cade, Franklinvillc, Olean and Port Alle gheny. 11:20 am- Local treieht Arriving at Port Allegany at 9:00 p. to. t:20 t, m lyieht Express Arriving a Emporium at 12:45 a m. TRAINS LEAVE EMPORIUM. 2:40 a m Night Express Arriving at Buffalo at 8:20 a m. 8.10 a. m. Local Freight and Passenger Arriving at Buffalo at 2.85 p. m. 5:25 p m Niagara Express Arriving at Buffalo at 9:45 p m., stopping only at Port Allegany, Olean, Franklinville, Arcade and East Aurora. LEAVE PORT ALLEGENY. 10 35'a.ra, Local Freight and passenger, arriving at Buffalo at 7.60 p. m. SUNDAY TRAINS Leave Buffalo at 10.00 a. m., arriving at Olean at 1.15 p. m. Leave Buffalo at 6:20 p m.: Mglit ex press , arriving at Emporium at 12:45 p m. Leave uiean at z.o p. m., arriving at Buffalo at 6.00 p. m. Leave Emporium at 2:40 a m.; IvightJtx- press, arriving at Buffalo at 8:20 a in. Tioket Omoes. Buffalo Omnibus Line running from all trains. H. L. LYMAN, Gen'l Pass Ag't. 3. D. YEOMANS, Superintendent. NEW TIME TABLE. Comm encing July 7th, 187l. ALLEGHENY VALLEY R. R. THE BEST ROUTE BETWEEN PITTS BURGH AND POINTS ON TIIE PHIL' A. & ERIE R.-R. OOINQ SOUTH. Buffalo Express leaves Corry at 11 00 a ra Leaves Irvineton, 6 60 a m Arrives at Pittsburgh 8 45 p n Night Express Leaves Irvineton, 5 25pm Night Express leaves Corry 6 CO p m Arrives at Pittsburgh 6 25 a m Day Express leaves Corry 0 16 a ra Arrives at Pittsburgh 0 05pm Oil City Aocom. leaves Corry 4 30 p m Arrives at Urady s Lena v so p m QOlNO MOETH. Bffalo Express leaves Pittsburg at 7 60 a ra Arrives at Corry 6 08 p m " Irvineton iu p m Night Express leaves Pittsburgh 9 60 p n Arrives at Corry 8 60 a m Irvineton 11 65 a ra Day Express leaves Pittsburgh 12 10 p m Arrives at Corry 10 45 pm Oil City Aeoom. leaves B. Bend 6 50 a ra Arrives at Oil City 12 20 p m Connections made at Corry and Irvine' tou for points on the Oil Creek and the Allegheny Valley Rail Road. Pullman Pallace Drawing Room Sleep ing Cars on Night Express Trains between Corry and Pittsburgh. Ask for Tickets via Allegheny Valley R, R. J. J. LAWRENCE, Gen. Sunt. JOB PRINTING. Cards, Billheads, Letterheads, Note hedd, Tags, Envelopes, etc., neatly printed at the ADVOCATE office, ConrtUeoue, Ridgway, Pa.