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II I, I I - VL lit V IIenrt A. Parsons, Jr. Editor THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1874. The tobacco statistics ot the world, could the; be seen in one mass, would astonish the economists aa well as the moralists. France consumes annually 43,000,000 pounds of smoking tobneco 8,000,000 pounds of cigars say 850, 000,000 in number; 17,000,000 pounds of snuff; 2,500,000 pounds of chewing tobacco, tnd 1,000,000 pounds of roll tobacco, which is cither cuioked, chewed or snuffed. Safety of the National Dank System. The receiver of the Dank ol Mie Commonwealth, New York, which failed September 20th. of lust year, an nounces the final payment of twenty pei- ceut. to depositors aud all other credit ors, except shareholders, oo the 20th inst., eighty per cent, having been pre" viously paid. This 13 another proof of the safety to general creditors of the na' tional bank system. There can scarcely be loss to others than the stockholders, a fact calculated to make them vigilant The State Contesting Doard of Ken tucky has decided that Thomas L Jones, Dcmoeiat, who was elected Clerk of the Court of Appeals by fifty thous' and majority over his Republican com petitor in August last, is ineligible, by reason of his having accepted a challenge to fight a duel five years, ago the State Constitution so providing. This is the first decision of the kiud since the a do p. tion of the Constitution, and was ren dered by a board composed wholly ' ot members of the same political party as .Mr. Jones. The decision will necessi tate a new election. Pittsburgh Ttle graph. The official vote of New York at the late election for Governor, shows a total of 787.903 votes cast.or 49,812 less than at the gubernatorial election in 1872 The vote stood, Tilden 416,343, Dix 301,406, Clark, Prohibition, 10,214, Tilden's majority over Dix is 54,937 It is curious that Pix's majority ove. Kernan two years ago showed very little difference; it was 53,451. For the firstr time for many years, the Democrats car ried the State outside of the cities of New York and Drooklyn. This fact in dicates more forcibly than anything re have seen the sweep of the late political revolution. The Forty-fourth Congress will come into existence on the fourth day of March, 1875, but its regular session will not begin, according to the present law, until the first Monday on the follow ing December. Without a change in the law, the members recently elected, will not therefore, except in the im probable contingency ot an extraordi nary session callcd,by the President, Lave any practical share in the legisla tion of the country until nine months after they legally take office, aud thirteen months after their election. This is an awkward and anomalous situa tion. Parliamentary government uo whero offers any parallel to it. N. Y. Evening Post. Those who talk of giving up the Tie publican party, oo account of one defeat, fchould look at the exunple of the Demo cratic party.. The reverses of that party began in 1856, and although they elected their President, that year, they began to go backwards from that date, and they were completely overthrown in 1860. let in all that time, they have kept up their organization, and have Etood by it through evil and through good report. And why? De cause the rank and file of the party be lieved iu its principles, and adhered to them, whether successful or defeated. Can we not imitate them, so tar at least, as their fidelity is concerned' Our prin ciples remain unchanged and are us worthy of devotion es ever. Tie Congressional Vote. Returns at received at the State Department. The following are the official returns from the twenty. seven congressional dis tricts in Pennsylvania, as received at the State Department, exclusive of a few hun dred scatteiing votee: V1B8T DISTRICT. Phila. Florence. D. Freeman, It. Branson, I. 1st ward 1819 250 5!o 2d ward 2481 178 38H 7th ward 1305 2421 643 2Gih ward 2305 8218 'J57 Total 7U70 BU37 Freeman's plurality 24.8 10G7 O'Neill, It. ir.wi 1077 2223 l&Ol 1730 SOh5 4 'JO SECOND DISTRICT. Rush, D. lO'Jll tms loaa 121 tt mi 2502 1405 tmco 8th ward Oth ward 10th ward 13th ward 14th ward 20th ward 17th ward, (part) . Total MC0 1 JJ1a O'Keill'imaJ TB1BV DISTRICT Randall D. Houston It 8d ward 1712 Uo0 4th ward 1783 lOSl 6th ward 1304 1380 6th ward 2027 16U 11th ward Ki03 12th ward' 15MH 1087 10th ward 1311 1317 Total Randall's maj. 9703 6560 8143 U2 roirtui riTtiirr Al'Uraff D. Kelly H. 2'!S3 Hi70 11(15 14!3 1939 1232 690 1390 1087 1401 1479 2181 loth ward 21 et ward 24th ward 27th ward 2?th ward 29th ward Total 0049 12431 8387 Kellcy's tnnj FIFTH DISTRICT Robbins, D. Harmcr It. Vyeril 18th ward 1894 1279 1772 19th ward 3225 2808 2091 22d ward ' 1284 1099 1003 23d ward 1304 1W.5 947 25th ward 1990 1309 803 , 17th ward, rarl f.25 835 808 Total 10228 9095 7579 Rbbolns' t.kralitv 1133 SIXTH DIPTWCT. Forward D. Townspnd It. Portman I Chester 4507 0138 125 Delaware 2IU9 3347 Total 0910 0485 125 TcvLsend's Jnnj 2441 PF.VF.NTII DISTRICT Acker P. Woou R. HiinsicUer T. Montgomery 7001 "457 191 Bucks, part 8825 6179 29 Total 11420 12030 2M Wood's mnj 987 KIGHTII DISTRICT Clymer 1 M'Kuiglii R. ISerks 1005:1 &:i.8 Cljmer's mnj (M95 . NINTH HISTItlrT ration P. Pniitli U Lnnessler 0220 10595 Smith's liinj 4375 TK.NT1I DISTRICT Mutchlor D. Karhlinc I. Bummer I Northampton 5 !72 6223 Lehigh 6727 1172 Rucks part 2018 815 044 Total 13747 0710 044 Mutehler's mnj 0393 ILK.VF.NTII DISTRICT Collins P. Hutlcr'R, Columbia Montour Ciirbou Monroe Pike Luzerne pnrt 21104 1121 1)04 200(1 1 '.OH 8052 12987 925 2158 48 1 81 1127 Total . 12987 6818 Collin's mnj 7094 TWELFTH PISTRiCT Wright 1). Kctcliuni R. Smith T. Luzerne part J 7100 982 019 Ketclium's mnj 148 TniRTF.FSTH Pl&TRlCT Keil'.ev P. Garrctson R- Randall I Sehylkill 8000 8050 114 Ueillcy 's mnj 400 FOURTEENTH PISTHICT Breslin D. Packer R Dauphin 4210 5471 Northumberland 310ii 3703 Lebanon 2803 3354 Total 9079 12528 Packers maj 2849 FIFTEENTH DISTRICT Powell P. Laporte R. Bradford fI!2 4'.!il Susquehanna 2788 34O0 Wayue 2458 2209 Wyoming 1825 1410 Totnl Powell's mnj 12183 12082 101 EixtccntbDistrict Earlev D. 1713 015 P21 470 4487 822 08S1 Ross R. 8050 1506 922 480 35ul 409 10600 1329 Tioga Potter McKean Cameron Lycoming Sullivan Total Ross' mnj Seventeenth District Roily D. Blair R 3783 1923 2:i75 25U1 3884 8200 1035 2855 Cambria Bedford Blair Somerset Totil 11727 10580 Reily's maj 1147 Eighteenth District EtengerD. Wieter R. Franklin 4220 354 Fulton 1021 099 JuLiata 10UO '.18O Huntingdon 2589 2'.)H Snyder 1090 1450 Perry 28,28 1328 Total 12S04 2878 Stenger's mnj 023 Nineteenth District Maish P. M'Nair R M'Conkey I York 714! 1035' 27(J3 Adains 8008 2557 Cumberland 4383 8000 11 Totnl 14534 7252 2804 Maish's mnj 4478 Twentieth District. Alexander, Ind. Maekey, D. Clinton 899 2'hiS Centre 2553 2550 Elk 835 1100 Clearfield 1010 2854 Minlin 1484 1882 Union 1100 1220 8077 12140 8077 3408 Mackey's mtijority Twenty. First District. Turney D Stewort R. Westmoreland 6803 8975 Gieen 2043 504 Fayette ii059 8875 Total .12005 8854 Turney s maj 31 1 Twenty-Second District Hopkins D Negiey It. Howard I. Alleghney (p't) 10091 7777 213 Hopkins maj 2101 Twenty-Third District Cochran D. Buyne K. Purviance I. Allegheny (p'l)5206 499G 2803 Cochran's plurality 210 Twenty-Fourth District Miller, D. Wallace, R. Washington 4510 8915 Beaver 2710 2710 Lawrence j818 j;;22 Total 8538 51347 Wallaoe'smnj. tQ'J Twenty-Fifth District Jenks, D. White, R. Clarion 3882 1843 AruiHii.oDg 818 0 3803 ludiuua 1893 3271 Forest t 303 3;5 Jellriou 2453 17U7 Total U027 11 109 Jeuks' uii.j 016 'J'tveufy-tixth Diulrict tfheakley, D. White R- P.uttler 4027 8802 Mercer 8914 4103 Crawford 483J 4772 Total 32810 12787 Sheakley's mnj 73 Tweuty.Hevenln Uisriet Egbert, V. Curtis, R. Erie 4873 4999 Warren 2032 2278 Venango 8488 8101 Total Egbert's majority 10393 10381 12 EVEIU i-ADY HtlOLiL lKc 11, PETERSON'S MAGAZINE The Cheapest aid Best in the World. Postage PreiPaid on all Subscriptions This popular mairaiiiie gives more for the money thuu any iu the world. For 1875 it will be greatly improved it will contain Due TiiouanuU Pages, i'ourtssu Splendid Steel Platos, Twelve Jolored Bcrliu I'at terni, Twelve Mammoth Colored Fashions, Nine Hundred Wood Cuts, Twenty. four l'agti of Music. 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This ts a Five Dollar Eiigravinir, and the i'.okI deyirnblo pi in iiiiu Over otl'ered. For lai go clubs, ns will he seen below, u extra copy of th Maguziuo mil be Bent iu ail'tition. TERMS (Always in Advance) $2.00 a Year Postage prepaid by the Publiaher. Two Copies !j:j UO Three Copies $ 1 HO Postage Pie-Paul on the Club, with a copy ot the superb meimtiut (21x20) "Washington's First Interview With His Yule, to the person getting up the Club. Six Copies for $19 Nine Copies for $14 twelve Copies lor y Is. Postage Pre Paid on the Club, with both an extra copy of the Magazine aud the su perb mezzotint, "Washington's First Inter view Yt itu Ills v lie, to tlie person gelling up the Club. Address, post-paid, CHARLES J. 1E1ERSOX, 806 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. Jk-fc-peciiiieiis tent gratis if written for. Fc.R iSALE BY E.K. G RES II, Masonic Hall Building, Ridgwny, Pa. VAH VLECK'3 CELEBRATED PATENT Sl'UING UliD 15EST tempered etccl srrio wire, these springs caa be laid ou the sluts or auy couiuioti bed and are COMPLETE IN THEMSELVES ! Also agent lor Weed Sewing Machine, Easiest Running, Most Durable, and BEST MACHINE iu the market. Cull and exajiiue before purchasing elsewhere. v4nl0t9$, Ayer's Cathartic Pills, D For theereliof ancj cure of all derange- menu ui uie eiouv -b. liver, end bow- eA. They aru a uiiltl aperient, ami kn excellent purgative. Beiotr miie'v veire- tatilo, they contain no nieroury or mine ral whatever. Much neriotis picknesh ami suffering iJ pievent el bv their timelr use; and everv family shonhl have theinon tianil for their protection anil relief, when rfiniirnl. I.onR experience ha proved Uiem to be (he ssf cxt, surest, and ljest of all tliu ruin with vt hich uie market auoumu. ny uicir occasional use, tlie bluuii is mmfied. the rorruntion& uf the sys tem expelled, obstructions removed, aod the wiioie aia(iniier 01 me remneu 10 u.s neuuny activity. Internal organs which become cloueit and Klusrish are cleansed by Ayer'M Fill, end stimulated into action, limb incipient liccto cuanea into neuun, hip value-01 winm iiaiiiu vrlwn reckoned on the vast multitudes w ho enjov it, can hardly be computed. Their suirnr coi tuiK muxes thein plrasant to take, and preserves their virtues unimpaired for any length of. time, so that fhev are ever fresh, and perfectly reliable. Although searching, they are mild, and operate wuuoui uisiui uauce to uiu cuubiuuuuu, ui uiui, ur occupatiou. Full directions are iriven on the wrapper to each box, how to une Uiem ss a Family riiysic, and for tlie following cumplalaM, which Uicse Pill rapidly cure: For f.rNVpi,s 01 a'mlljrratSon, T.ffleN ms. Laia uur aud I.of AiIis, Ihey should be takeu moderately to stimulate the stom ach, and restore its healthy tone find action. For JLivr CouciliiliB't and its various symp toms, Hillous tasaiiurlio, suit Ilt-Hil-csi. J iswuallc or 6irsa sicknsKi. Ii 1 laua 'wlic and ftltlons fvri. iliey should be judiciously token for each case, to correct- l!io dieaied action or remove Uie obstructions whicli oaus it. tor Dysentery or Miarrbva, but one nuld doe is generally reiib'ed. For Itbtiaaaattaui. Unul, Oravrl, Ti1 Eitiatloai f IMc Mvurt, Puia fa tb idst, ISuck and aoiMa, ther should be contin uously taken, as required, to change the diseased action of the srsteni. W ith such change those complaints disappear. For Itrousy and Itrolril AnclElnxa, they should be taken in laru and IVeipicut uoscl to produce the eject of a drastic, liurgn. For eluppreastoHi. a large dose should lie taken, as it jwoduoes the dc.iiej efl'tel by sym pathy. Ai a TMnnor nil, take one or two Tltlt to promote digestion and relieve the stomach. An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and bowels, restores the appetite, and invigorates the system. Hence it is often advantageous where no serious derangement exists. One who feels tolerably well, often finds that a dose of these J'ills makes him feci decidedly better, from their cleansing and renovating effect ou Uie digestive opvvalus. PKHriRKD BT Jr. J. C.ATUn CO., Practical Chemittt, IOWELIj, MASS., V. S. A. FOB BALE BT ALL DBUUGISTS VBt"WUR& F'YOU WANT TO BUY GOODS CHEAP 00 TO JAMES II- IIAGEI1TY Main Street, P.idgway, Pa. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, GLASS AND QUEENS WAKE, WOOD AND WILLOW-WAHE, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. A Large Stock of Groceries and Provisions. The BEST fBRANDS of FLOUR Constantly on hand, and sold as cheap aa the CHEAPEST. JAMES II. HAQERTY, . THE ELK ADVOCATE. THE OLDEST PAPER IN THE COUNTY, HAVING THE LARGEST CIRCU- A TION, IT TS THEREFORE THE ADVERTISING MEDI UM IN THE COUNTY ftlcvotcil to the ttttvf.st.'S of the people ot lb CfUuti. TZEHS:$2.C0 ?SS YEAR. If you vrtiiit to sell onything, lut the people know it through the Advocate the great advertising medium. BRING ALONG YOU 11 ADVER TISEMENTS AND GET TIIEM INSERTED IN THE ADVOCATE, AT LOW RATES Slit '.li SUIi'ocatc Es'fiiitiiu Office, Iu the Court House, Ridgway, Pa. The best work done, aud at the very lowest piincs. Hand Lille printed at the ehorest notice. Cull in and get pur prices for advertis ing and jobbing. Satisfaction warranted Orders by mail promptly attended to Addeess, HENRY A PARSONS, JR. IUdqwav, Pa. Fit ED SOHOEN1NG, Law, Commercial, Book, and General Job Printer, . and Stationer. U1DG WA K ELK CO., 1 A. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OK ENGLISH, AND AMERICAN STATIONERY. ARNOLD'S WRITING: FLUID AND COPING INK. LEAD PENCILS OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES. a Vtilcrbrook'M Vctcbrattd Slecl Vcnn I fit Ile.it Jitulc, All Kiudf. of Job Priutiug done in the Bust Stylo and ut Low Prices. LliTTER, NOTE, AND BILL HEADS, BUSINESS; CARDS AND .EN VELOPES OF EVERY STYLE IN ANY QUANTITY. POWELL & KIME. MAMMOTH1 STOCK Firmly believing that ll.c world mov03, and that the demunds of U10 public are con stantly inereauim, the proprietor of the (Brand ntrLal $tort have just returned from the eastern and western cities with the most pcrlect aud i-ompltte Btock of MERCHANDISE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. You cannot ASK TOR ANYTHING they do not keep, and they have absolutely BROKEN THE BACKBONE of high prices. They buy for cash aud Sell f or cash i CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST I Ridgway, May 1st, 1873 LAW BLANKS, AND MlKNCII, Ni;U IlVJ-UtY tSTAJJLP; IN I11BQWAY. DAN SCR1BNER WISHES TO IN form the Cittit-na of Ridoway, tind the public gcLei ally, that 1 e lin:i htnile-la Liv ery stable and will keep GOOD STOCK, GOOD CARRIAGES ; 1 ; 1 1, 1 -i . til m lit leisma b!c terms B,Ile will also do job lean ing. Slulile on IJroad el reel, above Main. All orders left at tl.o I'OEt Office i!lmeet prompt attention Aug 0 1S70. tf- VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER. Every year increnses tlie popularity of this valuable Hair Preparation; which is due to merit alone. We caa assure our old patrons that it is kept fully up to its high standard ; and it is the only reliable and perfected prep aration for restoring Gbay or Faded Haib to its youthful color, making it eoft, lustrous, aud silken. The scalp, by its use, becomes white and clean. It removes all eruptions and dandruff, and, by its tonio properties, prevents the hair from falling out, as it stimu lates and nourishes the hair-glands. By its use, the hair grows thicker and stronger. In baldness, it restores tho capillary elands to their normal vigor, and will create a new growth, except in extreme old age. It is the most economical Hair Dressing ever used, as it requires fewer applications, and frirria tho hair a enlendid. trlossv ap pearance. A. A. Ilaycs, il.D., State Asaayer of Massachusetts, says, "Tho constituents are pure, and carefully selected for excellent quality; and! consider it tho Best Preparation for its intended purposes. Sold by all DrugyUtt, and Dealer! in Medicines, Pries One Dollar. Buckingham's Dye FOB THE WHISKERS. As our Renewer in many cases re quires too long a time, and too much care, to restore gray or iaaea v lust ers, wo have prepared this dye, in otie preparation; which will quickly and effectually accomplish this result, it is easily applied, and produces a color which will neither rub nor wash oiE Bold by all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents. Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.i jpiIYSICIANS AND WiUGGISTS. A prominent New York pliveiclnn lately complained to Jjiiiii'ns luck, i.tioiu ins cud dalwood Oil C iir.Mibis, HUiiing that some times they cured imineuUiiiHly ; but that a putieut of his Imd Hiken lliv.n tor foiaetimc without efifcct. On I cinz informed that several imitations were nuidu aud told, he inquired mid found that his patient hud been takiuftcapsulat sold in bottles, and not UU.NDAS UIClv & CO S. Whathnppcned to this physic-inn nmy have happened to others, and DIM) As MLIv CO., take this method of protecting "Oil of sandalwood iron tins disrepute. PHYSICIANS who once prescribe the Capsulas will CONTINUE TO UO SO. for ihey contain the rUKJS OIL iu the Ul.ST AND CHEAPEST form. OIL OF SANliLEWoOD is fact super scding every other remedy, sixty Csptules ONLY, being required to insure a rale and certain cure in six or eight days. From no other medicine can this result be had. Dick's Soft Capsules solve the prob lem long considered by niany eminent phy sicians, of how to avoid the nausea nnd dis gust experienced iu swallowing, which are wen auown to attract Iroui, it not destroy, the good effects of many valuable remedies Sott Capsules aie vut up in tin-foil and neat boxes, thirty in each, and are the only capsules prescribed by Physicians. &STTI1ESE WE HE THE ONLY CAP 8ULE3 ADMITTED 'JO THE LAST PARIS EXPOSITION. Send for Circuiar to So Woosler St., N. Y SOLD AT ALL ELUG STOEES, General Agency, 110 Reade Street, N. Y ESTATE OF ISAAC QUIGGLE. late of Ridgway Township EU County. Pa. de ceased. All persons indebted to suid Es tate ara requested to make immediate puy uient. And those Laving legul claims against the same, will present them with out delay in proper order for sell lenient, JACOU QU1GGLE, Executor, Of bis Attorney, H.'M. P0WER8 ESQ., Ridgway Pa' BUbli.LSS CARDS. G. A. llATIlBUn, Atlorney-at-law, Kidgway, Ta. 2 2 tf. 11VFDS LUC ORE, Attorney-at-La Eidgwny, Elk Co., Pa. Office in Hall's new Erick Iiuildintr. Claims for collection promptly attended to. vSnlly. HALL tt M'L'AULEY, Attorneys- at-Lw. Office in New Ericlt Building, Main St j RiJway, Elk Co., i'a. v3n2lf. J, U. II. BAILEY, ATTORNEV-ATLAW. vlni-.yl. Ridgway, Eik Coanty, Pa. Affent. for tlie Traveler' Life aad AoeJ dent Insurance Co., of llartlnrt!, teon. JAM EH V. FULLERTOK, .Surgeon Ilentist, having permanemtly lo cal ol in Kig wny, oilers his proleasioaal ser vices to tlie citizens of Itidgway aa sur rounding country. All work waavanled. lllice in Service U Wlieoler's iiuildiag, up stairs, first door to tbo left, 74-ii-fc-ly CHAR LEU 11 OLE H, Watclinniker, Kngravcr aa Jeweler, Main street, itidgway, I'a. Agent ler tn Howe tewing Machine, aud Vlortoa CoM leu. Kepuiring Hatches, ete, doiawith be same accuracy as heretofore, fcatis actioa guuruuteed. vlalyJ G. (J. A1ESXEAGER, Druggist and I'uraceutist, K. W. eornei of Mum and Mill si reels, itidgway, i'a. lull HHSortuieut of cartlully hitkd For eign mid Dome-tic Diuj:s. l'raheriptiona carefully di(-j.eiiied at all l.btrs, ay or "igbt. vin3y T. A. II A U ILL Y. M. It., l'hysiuiuii iiij-i ho.'jtsa. Office in Di ui fc tore, cor:, tt fc.-sad isi Maiu his. lie.-i'Jence crubtr M. opposite the t.olI;-ge. lil.ce hssrs from to IU A. .M. uud Horn , t-j to 1'. at. vlnliyl. .. !. LORD WELL, M. JL., Eclectic Physician nnd Surgeon, kas remov ed his cilice Iroin Outre street, t-oilain si. liiilgnsy, Pu in ihe tecond story of the new brick building ot John tt. iiall, ppo- i-j ii) s store, (jlliec hours: 8 to ! a- m: 1 to I p.i. J jun U 4 HYDE HO CUE, KincwAV, His Co., Pa. W. JI. SnillAM, i'ioFrietor. Tlinuklul foi ttu imt;-uuagi heretofore ah'-.ully heniowe'i upon him, the new cprietoi'. hoiius. bv luvln., a-:. toiiuon to the coiiit'oi-i mi .i Cuiivcuieuc oi guests, to mtiit a coi.iiuuauce 01 ths stiiue. Oct 30 1809. BCCKTA1L JiOLSEt Ka:k, M-.-licau Co., Pa. R. V.. LOOKER, Proprietor. ' Tl'.ltnl.llll lor llu- l:al-.,l,un,. In v..i of... j. . tibcrallv bontowed iii.,,11 him tl, no- prietor, hopes, by j-nj injr strict attention iuiiio wiimiti aim coiivciiience ol guesis. to merit a. coniiuuiincc i.f ih ti,u ouiy stables lor horses iu Kuue aud wU kept uignt or dy. Hull attached to the ---"J KEhzEl HOUSE, CuNiui.vtLi.il, Elk Co., Pa. John Collins, Proprietor. Tlinuklul lor Ihe tl.Lt I'll II 11 If t liol'.lnln. so liberiily bestowed iij.ou li'iai, the new jiu I'luiur, uupes, y paying strict Ht tent Kin 10 I Itu c(i:nloi-. mil .-.i,. .aui I.UUIVUIlUtiV ol" guosis, tUiicriL a couiinuance of the r. w. jiays, 11:.I.12. in Dry Goods, ITctions, GrrcerieE, and General Variety, FOX, ELK CO., PA. I.ittUtj i. o. vlu47tf. 4j FLAYING CARDS. EEST-TIIS CHEAPEST. STE SHIPS Cheapest kind made. I!EG TTAS A cheap common card. URO DYYAYS A nice common card. VIR.. MAS Fine cili. OEN JACKSONS Cheap Hncf popular, icm unciiB, yaiious colors and de signs. ) COL . .vllilAS (Euchre deck) extra quality GOLDEN GATES One of the best carda made. Ml'. VEUNONS Exlra fine, twocolorpati terns. SK FOB IHE ABOVE TAKE NO OTHERS, co List ou application. Dealeis sup. . VICTOR. E. MAUGER. 39-ly 1C6 to 112 Reade St., N. Y Kdw'd J. Evah& & Co., NURSERYMEN AND SEEDSMEN, VOBK, PBNN'a "Catalogues Mailed to Applicants-gg Refer (by permission) to Hon, J. S, Ulack, Washington, D. C. Weixkr, Son & Cabl, Bankers, York, Pa, 2-tiD'T r10 THE CITIZENS OF PENNSYL JL VANIA. Your attention is specially invited to the fact that the National Bunks are now prepared to receive subscriptions 10 the Capital Slock ot the Centennial Eoard of Finance. The funds realized from this source are to be employed iu the erec tion of the buildings for the International Exhibition, and the expenses conueoted with the same. It is confidently believed that the Keystone State will be represented by the name of every citizen alive to patri otic commemoration of the one hundredth birth-day of the nation. The shares of slock are offered for $10 each, and sub scribers will receive a handBooie engraved' Certificate of Stock, suitable for Iramina and preservation as a national memorial Interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum will be paid on all payments of Cen tenuial Stock from date of payment to January 1, 1876. v 3 10 Subscribers who are not neat a National Bank can remit a check or post office order to the undersigned, FRED'K. FUALEY, Treasurer. 904 Walnut St., Philadelphia,.