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ritcnsDAr, mat m, 2 8-5. 7aaes!lcal Lutheran Kirch REV. I. BRKPEMEN Pastor. Sunday school nt 9:45 A. SI. All are in T led to attend. ir- e.' cit7a:3. RET. WM. MARTIN, Pastor- Fnnday School at P:H0 A M Morning Service ut 11 A M Class Meeting nt 12 M A-voning service at 7:30 I' U Prayer Meeting Thursday Evening Afternoon ervi:es la Grace Church On Sunday next instead of the regular evening service in Grace Church there will be service in (he afternoon at 3 o'clock All ore cordially invited to le present. Cur. Time tit Itulffivay. Mail East 4:45r: M. do West 2:':;C L M Through Local, East 8:'J0 A. M. do do West 0:44 1'. M. Local East 4 50 P. M do West 8;20 A. M The Mail and Through Local carry passengers, the local does But. ELK LODGE, A. V. M. The stated meetings of Elk Lolge, No. 879, are held at their hall, corner of Main aud Depot gtroi'ts, on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month' V. C. J1EALV, Sec'y. .Plant peas now. Thc- looks quite green. Spring Las really commenced. Nest fcunJjy is Whit Sunday. JDuck hunting still continues. II. M P. baa a new plug hot. Dan McGovero has some pet foxes. The niaplo eusjar season is now over Uic'i yards cro now being cleaned up. Corpus Chrisli comes cn May 27tli this year. J. S. Hyde lias a "slew" of logs at bis saw mill. O. U Grant ships a large quantity of sole leather. Old ' tangle foot" w.n on the street the other day. How amusing to tee ten women hunt ing for one frog. John Ki mo had a eeiicus atae. oi the pleurisy last week. 'Prououuc-in bees" are now taking the plac ol "spelling Ices." McKcan county pay's her comity superintendent 52010 a year. Last week postiu ister McYean aud Aidrich called in to see us. Why uot have a line of shade tree ou each side n( Maiu etiect. The rubbiii now liuiideth her nest. Itealiy how surprising." Tha stito load is praded from the 1 oat of south street to the woods. We nctice a new lend along th state road. Why don't ISrandon and Millar get up a dancing match? We wouldn't mind taking a lew busliels of potatoes ou subscription. W. .7. Colcgrove, of Colegrove Me Kean couDty, was iu to see ua the other day. lSraiidun devoted last week's Gazette to telling "What be knows ol Miller-" v. j jyster is saving a cupola put on his bam and is also bavin" the barn painted. ixoau weosicr wouiu never 139- rc- XT 1- ITT I . II . c-ignizea in the bt. Marv s Gar.ctte o'fico. According to the late report of the Pennsylvania bureau of statistics, there are 1,100,000 acres of wood land in western Pennsylvania. Brandon says that Miller can dauce monie-ruusk fortv-six minutes. WpII what if be can? Hank Wensel has moved into II. S Thayer's building, ou the corner of Maiu and Mill streets. Weddjng and mourning outfits for adies at MAY & SILVERMAN'S Williauisport Pa. Notbiug in this world will make a oman swear quicker than to have a ue. uweii Willi ciotnfs nro-iir n nil it lie clothes into the mud. Jro. G. Hall is having his niuety-crc-farm od the stale road a short dia- nce below the village, cleared up and tends having the "best farm" iu this Miss Mo Keo telegraph operator in ole's building has 6tarted a circulat- library. We started two or three 'llItlAJ nil'Alll llini. ' .1 ve as yet received no tidings of them. - - o A very young "school inarm" com- nosd to board with J, O. W. Bailey week. He say& he is disappointed, thinks it too bad that "they" Id pass around boys to every one and leave him out in the cold. ter luck next time Bailey. his connundrum is respectfully sub ed to the lest speller: If S i-o-u-x su, and e-y-e spoils i, and s-i-g-U-e-d a side, why don't slouxeyes- 1 e d spell uioide? Wove eiter 1. MVfirf tt-tt A Cat-astrophe. Last Friday oftcraoou the editor of this paper ruet with ft painful, though not serious accident. A trio of cats had been after the aforesaid editors chiokens and he determined to be avenged, with this de lermit.ation in view, a Bingle barrel pistol was borrowed of our worthy friend D. B. Day, and the feeno of depredations oc cupied; iu a short time a pair of eats were teen to make a descent on the chickens, and at once the editor made a chnrge on the cals( completly routing them but with no serious damage to the cats. Only three shots were fired, one missing a cat, and the second hitting tho cat in the place we missed hiin before, and the third was an involuntary discharge and was canned bf the pistol slipping through the lining of our cont, and In attempting to draw it out, the bullet grew restless, and only found a resting plnco when the great toe on our left foot was reached, Wweea the fust and second joints of the toe. The pistol was in the right side pocket, and thn right hind on the pistol, with the left foot thrust forward. Soon after the shooting cat hunling was suspended for tho time; we made 0111 way to our domicil, and in about an hour Dr. Hordwcll came, and ex tracted the ball. Upon examination it was found that the ball had struck the bone, cutting it completely in two, and crushing the ball into an unrecognizable mass. Henry Wensel and Harry Head were on hand and helped to Btcady the foot while the Doctor cut out tne lend which was held in its placo by a cord in the bottom of t lie toe and It was with a great deal of dif ficulty and tome pain that the extraction was made, it was fou nd uecesarr to make quite a large incisiou in the bottom of the toe. The shooting didn't hurt at all, and had the pain ended there we wculd have bee 11 content hut it didn't. The next time we hunt cats we will hire a small cheap boy to do the shooting. Millinery goods, hair goods, Jewelry, Fancy goods, notions, Ladies aud chil dren cloaks, dresses and uutlorgnrniput", whole-ale and retail at MAY & SIL VEUMAN, Williamsporf Pa. Ccaa'j Superintendents. W. II. Curtis was re-elected in McKean salary $2,000. rrof. Gillian was e'ecled in Lycoming and salary fixed at $1,800. Venango County elected II. S. Prather, reducing tho annual salary from $1,500 to $1,200. Armstrong County rc-clccted A. P. Glenn and raised his salary from $1,000 10 $1,000. Cameron County elected N. II. Schenck, of Emporium al'ier a hot contest between Schenck, Moycr and Chadwick. M. W. Heir re-elected in Clinton, and Prof. Kimb in the oily ef Lock Haven salary cf the latter $900. Forest County elecied II. S. Brockway over Supt. F. oh tor by a majority of one and fixed the salary nt $000 per nntium. J. V. Allen was re-elected Superinten dent of common chools for Potter county talury f 800. Crawford Coun'y re elected Prof. J. C. Graham by a large mrjoiity. The salary was fixed at ij'l.cOO, being a reduction of ne:irly 500 per annum. irren county, reelected By. Sutherland btiperiutcn lent of C-iuiuion Schools on Tuesday, .May 4th. The salary remains as before, 1,000. Erie County re-elected C. C. Taylor and fixed the salary ut 1,000, being a rcduc t:ou cf S2O0 per annum decidedly cheap for I he good servico he renders that large couuij'. Parsons, in the last 'sue of the Advo cate, tnye: "ihe l'rcg now singelh his last." why, can it lie possible! Truly, now surprising: me Jtc Vi:iivcrat. We simply said "tho frog uow singcth l.is lay." Which was not so surprising as his 'last." We would not be very much surprised if Milicr breathes his "lust" in a fit of smartness 011c of these days. 000 Ladies ui.d children's neatly made dresses Irom to 5,00 per buit worth double the money at MAY & fcIL.VEHMA.NS opposite the Court bouse Wiiliaujsport Pa. Persons who have been in the habit ol carrying pitols, razors, dirk kuivesi sling sliots and all other descriptions ol concealed or dangerous weapons, will do well to leave them at home iu the future. Tho new law makes it a mis demeanor to carry them aud, upon cou victiou, imposes a flue of not less than 8500 and an imprisonment of not more than oue jear, or either, or both, at the discretion of the Court, of any persou so offending. A large lot of Parasols, Ladies ties, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery and Gloves, Truuks and Satchels at HAY cfc SIL VERMAN'S Williamnport Pa. At its last session the Ohio legisla ture did a very foolish thing. In the anxiety to avoid all scctariau influences in state prisons aud benevolent institu tions, they passed a law which forbids the employment of any minister to whom objection is made by any iumuto. The consequence is, that should any oi tho convicts'in the penitentiary be of Presbyterian proclivitives they can ob ject to a Methodist preacher conducting a religious sei vice ia their presence, a like privilege being accorded to the Methodists, Lutherans, lkutan Catho lics, Episcopalians and Daptut. It will leiily be perceived that by this system religious exercises may be broken up entirely iu the public institutions ol tbut stale. There is a gcod deal of pre teuded religious ministering in penal institutions, particularly, that is of lit tle benefit, but this is by no means the casein everv instance, and religious services are needed in such places. WiUiamtpoTt G.k B. THE SCillLLKlt CALAMITY. A cable dispatjh from London, on Saturduy morning, brought intelligence of the most terrible occau disaster (hat has occurred sinco the loss of the Atlan tie. Tho steamship Schiller, of the Eagle Line, Capt. John Q, Thomas, was wrecked at ten o olock on rnday flight oil the seilly Islands, at the en trance of the British Channel, and cf the 385 persons on board only a small number were known to have been saved. The Sliiller sailed fiom . New York on April 28th, for Hamburg, via Plymouth and t;iicitinurg. her caiirse being up the English Channel, through the Straits 0 Dover to tho German Ocean It appears that a dense fog prevailed on Friday night, preventing either of the Scilly lights being seen, und the steamer struck upou tho dangerous Be tarriere Ledges, about a third of a mile insido of Bishop's Ilock. There is fog-bell at the latter point, but there appears to have been u heavy sea ruu niug, which may have prcveuted its be ing heard. A boat, belonging to St A goes, the southcrniost of the Sciilys, picked up some of the survivors, who were swimming with tho tide, and landed thetn at St. Mary's Island. The Sci'ly life-boat put oft lor the wreck, and also a life-boat and steamer from Penzance, but in the fearful sen whicl raged on Saturduy it was difficult for small cralt to live. Hhey succeeded however, up to Saturday night in pick ing up forty-tbreo persons, together with nineteen corpses, Kiine articles ol the cargo and twenty-five sacks of the ship's mail. Tho survivor vicre taken to Penzance and forwarded by rail to Plymouth. The steamship was at that time lying broadside cn the rocks, uu dor water, her mainmast gone. The Schiller was manned by a crew of 124 officers and tm-n. She had 141 cabin passengers aud 120 in the steer age, including four infants, making 11 total ol 385. A niaj irity of passengers were of German family, a large number heing Irom ew 101k and many from the Wc.'t. Among tho cabin passengers were the following Pcunsylvanians: Mr. Leo. Westo (Faved.) Mrs. llermiiie W este and Miss F. Mann, of Philadel phia; Dr. F. J. Keen, ol Shenandoah. Among the steerage pai-sengers were E. Mannheinier, wile and two children, ol Philadelphia, and J. F. Piewohl and wife, of Scrantoo. The principal offi cers ot the Schiller were as follows; John G. Thomas, captain; II. Killers, chief rf5cer; E. Polcman, second offi cer; G. Freise, third officer 11. Meintze, fourth eiUicer; b. x'ahr'.'', chief f'titiiticcr. I' lie captain and second officer are kuown to be lest. Hair Switches 81,00 52 00 f3.00 & 4,00 worth double the money, Kuches 5 cents upwards, Shawls 5?l,5i upward. uars iroui zo cents upward, best nud clicut'Cst trimed bats in the eitv at MAY 1 SILVERMAN'S otposite the Court Muuso Wiliiamsport I'a. w From the WiHimnsjiort G. & li. THE CANAL BOAT BOBBERY. L.VllR DEVr.LOrUtNTS IKW A SUH HCIOUS lUHTY ACTED Mi All TROT thk ten dollar dill and a hunch OF KKVS. It has I ecu nearly four months 6incc the alleged lobbeiy at the canal boat, Frank E. Bil'iuus, which ereated at the tiire such a flurry of excitement in this city. Notwithstanding tho report set afloat that it was a "put up job," for the purpose of clearing sympathy fur the uulortunato victims, thero were u tew persons who believed that a rob- I , 11 ... mi iiery nau oetu cnniiuiiteu J nose per sons were tho subject ol lidieulo for ;ime, until ader the 'chicken blood" had been analyzed, when certain par ties were missing from this city, to whom suspicion strongly pointed, aud measures were at once tukoo to bunt them up. It was found upou inquiry, that tlieto parties were in the city ou the day of the ivbbery, but have not been here sioee, It was soou ascer tained that the fcU.llCTED rinsoNs were in a neighboring city, and it was undcr?toeel that every effort would be muiie for their a, ly arrest. Time passed on and nothing was heard of the canal bout mystery, as it was call-:d, until a few das ago. On Thursday, the 22d ult.," a lady and gentleman called at the canaj boat and inrjuircd ol Mrs. Fried if she was the woman that had been robbed. On being answered in the affirmative, the geutle-mau stated that he lived near Troy, IV, aud bad some information in his possession which might h ad lo the arrest of the guilty parties. He then asked: 'Lid you, at the time, lose any sheets and towel-?" Mrs. Fried answered, "No; only some comlorters, blankets, and my hubbaud's overcoat." "Did you lose any eouuterfeit moueji"' "No sir; we do not deal in that arti cle?" "Did you, at any time, have in your possession a ten dollar bill with this inscription written on the buck; ,Not good, Liverpool; "Yes, sir wo ! ad such a bill but 1 had uot missed it." Mrs. Freed then turned to a liitl closet where she had laid this bill, with a child's photograph aud some papers, all ol which e:ie wrapped in a towel. aud found they were gone. J lie gentleman then stated that be knew where these things were, but was alraid ol gttting iuto trouble by men tioning names, but told THE FOLLOW! NO STORY On the 14th of January, a woman tip patently about forty-five or fifrv vears of age, with lake teeth, sharp features, and somewhat gaily dressed, called about noon at the'house of bis neighbor, representing that her son bad been badly hurt at Trout Bun, and that they were bunging; him borne in a slud. Sh.. said she lived iu some small till near Elmira, the name of which be bad forgotten, and Loped to get home that uight, The woman remained all the afternoon, und about dusk a party ol three or four persons in a sled, drawn by team of black horses, drove up to 1 ho burn, utihitciied, and led their team. It whs a cold evening nud the lady of tho house invited the woman to bring her son inside, but she said he was eomfortablu in the sled, and she disliked to disturb him. They soon departed, but one of tho men returned with the team in about two hours and took the woman away. what was found. After their final departure the occu pants of the house being curious con cerning the strango actions of the woman, weut to the .barn where they foaud a largo bundle done up iu a sheet. Alter some time they coucluded to inspect the bundle, when they found it to contain 20 lincshcets and a large number of towels. The bundle was again tied up and left whero found, upou the barn floor. Tho following murning a man with a bay mare and sleigh called and took the bundle away. It is supposed that this small package containing the photograph, ten dollar bill, &e., had fallen out ol the bundle during .the inspection, and was not ob served uutil alter the departure of the large bundle, when it was found by the owner of the barn, who has it in his possession. It was some time before ihcy heard of the robbery, when they learned thut these papers belonged to the boat. The lady and gentleman theo depar ted alter promising to send by mail the missing articles, and ou Wednesday lu.-t Mrs. Fiied received an envelope con taining a child's photograph aud two papers, one ot which is a weigh lock bill to the boat Fiauk E. Billings, Cap lain Fried, dated Huutiugdou, May 11, 1874, sigued Thos. jaukson. The other is a permit dated Williamsp'jit, Dee. 3, 1874, sigued P. Huey. For some unaccountable reason the towel und ten dollar noto were not scut, but it in expected they will bj received in duo lime. There was no letter accom panying the articles, as it is supposed the panics are feanul of becoming im plicated in the affiir. It is to be hoped that this duo will he the ukuus of lead ing to the arrest ol the guilty parties, and thus exonerate a muuU abused and heroic woman from tho slurs and stig mas which have been heaped upou her. THE BUNCH OF KEYS. Upou taking up a poitiou of the lin ing iu the boat, near where it is sup posed the robber fell when shot, a largo bunch of keys was louud lat week badly rusted. It will be raiiciul.-eieu that there were two holes near the spot, aud it is likely that the?e keys belonged to the robber. Now is tue Time. It is always the rij.ht time to do a good act, ui.d every wau with a family shuuld regard him self short id bis du'y until hi.i home is endowed with a Wilsou Shu'.lle Sewing Machine. Let it be understood that this admirable machine cjpturul the Prize medal and Diploma of Honor, ut the Yienua Esposiiiou in 1S72, and has everywhere demonstrated its superiority over all other inaehiues. Machines will be delivered at any Railroad Staiion in this couuty, free of transportation charges, if ordered through the Com" pany s Branch House at o27 & il2; Superior St. Clevelaud Ohio. Ihcy tcjd au elegant catalogue und tbromo circular free on application. This Company want a few more good Rgcum. A. Cummius, Ridgway, Elk Co.. Pa. is the agent ot the Com pany at this pluce to whom .all orders should be addrcs-ed. Below will be found the list of jur ors drawn for the May term of court; GRAND Beoezelte Towusl.ip. Andrew Over turf William Waiuwright, Bciizitigcr Louis Vollmcr, Jacob Schubert, Johu Gleiclisner, Patrick Malooy, Christ Kreekcl, George Bir uer, George Nisel. Fox Charles Green, Terrano;: Drown, N. P. Apker, Jeremiah Calla han. Highland William James. Horton Jedin Brown. Jay James Brookius. Jones George Bill, Benjamin Bevier, John Eiuhout. Ridgwoy Panics Malono J. K Whitmore, G. G. Mc.-scuger, John B. Cut lis. St. Mary's Boro. Joseph Wickert. TRAVERSIS. Benezctte Luthec Lucorc, George Mohau. Beozingfr Andrew Glass, John Kreckle, Sr. Charles Schneider, Henry Steplian, Adam Ceyur, Thomas Keruer. Fox Frank Showers, James I'raas worth, O. O Grine'l. James M'Closkcy, William Gibson, Michael M'Enerney. Highland Thomas Campbell, Jr., Geeirge Newton. Horton C. 11. Slade, Ilezeklah Horton. Jay William G. Thomas. JoDes Stephen Ernhout, Michael Dill, Joseph Tanbiui, M. M. Schultz, John Marsh, II. W. Hewitt, J. L. Brown. Millstone C. II. Hoffman, William Clyde. Ridgway II. W. May, John Kem merer, John Vun Orsdall. St. Mary's Brno. Anthony Biebcr ger, Michael Siibich, Johu King Ebeo A. Huss, Anthony Je.-berger, G. C. Brandou, George Krelluer. Spring Creek Lenmau B. Elliott, J. W. Irwin. Bargains in ladies aud chilureus hats, Bouneis and Millinery goods at M AY & SILVERMAN'S Wilhamsport Pa. Madam Deforests Patterns We are ageuts fur Madam Dcmorcsts Pa'.terns. Catalogue free, soud foi ouc Patterns sent by mail MAY & SILVERMAN opposite the Couit House Williamsport Pa. Mrs. M. E. Maione bas tbe agency for Elk County for the Combination Shoulder Brace Corset Adjustable Skirl Supporter. Call and see it. Aho lor tbe Excelsior Shield or Corset Clasp. 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Thus incipient tli-('i6 13 cii:iii?ed into health, the value ol'whieh rhuiii'e when vei'hone.l on tho v:l lonllitiulo who eu.i(y it, e;ui ha-.-illy he enioputel. '1'heir eiiirnr riatioa loakcs llii ui'ple;i-aiit to take, ami prcterveo lluir virtues uiiiiciitiiieil for any lenlli of time, so tli.it lliev ate ever fre.-h, anl pcrieelly vc-liahlo. Aiiiioiin-h f-c.'in-hmif. they arc loilil. anil ooeiato H iiliout iliturbaiK c to tlio constitution, or diet, or Oeeup3totl. l'ull linvetions are pivea on tho wrapper to ea-!i box, how 10 11-0 them i a Family l livi-ie, au l for the l'oliowiu complaiwu, vtliicli thtsu Ml rapMly cure: or i.f s!i(ii.a or Iat!crMilin, iCtkilAH npn, ILauu-siAr ami I.ok of IpiietUc, they enoui'l be taken moih-rutv-iy to hthoiilale t!je htooi. aeh, mil restore its hcallhy tone ami ni-iion. I or l.l er oiiifilH.f anil itb vai i'u ynlp' toius, Jfciliou k-Mftuc-li, u-lt SSrrl loua Colic ami fr&ilion f- t-v t-rit. tney th.e.ul he julieioic-iy laivon lor cacti i-h;c, 1.1 eoi-ic.;t the ili.ea-i:J action orrciuovo Uic obs.nu. t.ou h cue.ac it. Kor Ili.iirntrr.T or "r:rrliu'al but oao tuiii'l doH is tceneruliy icmie'l. 'or AinA;ja(CM'.ii. Wi.:it, fr:ivcl. Vi-.l )ltatnt of tn Hi'iirt, I:iln in tien b.lie. C-' jck Hiitl J.oina, ihev shouht be rontiu tiuiihly taken, us I'lpiii-e'l, to i hane the uiseaej aeiiou of the hvsio.ii. Willi uefaT Uuuigo tiioee com plain k iliiiuptear. Kor i',)ir ao.l I(ro(Mirul ftwllinira, they rl:onhl oe tai;e: in hn iie aud iroeiemi Uo.,ti to p"oil.ee the c!l..vt of a i!ra.,tie pir. e. tot Ntr-si.u, a Inre los bhoiih) h t.'iken.as it producea tho itc.iieU cuocl by sym pathy. S i a Vhtnn- PlI, take one or two 7'tii to pioeiotc ilitfustion ami r.-lieve II13 stomiteli. An oceio-ional doje tlimul.Ues Hie f lomaeh and bowels, restores Hie a peliie.aiid itivl'oiales the sybte.u. Henco it is otten itilvaulaucoiis where no Kcrious ileranwment exists. Unu who tec'.? tolerjtbly well, often Hints that a dote of these Pitta makes bun loel decidedly better, fiom their cleansii.i? uud rouovaliua c-ilect ou liio Ui'Col:ve iluralus. prepared nr Dr. JT. C. A TEtt Jt CO., Practical ChemUlf, IO WELL, MASS., V, B. A. rOS 8AiI BT ALL UKUGGISTS E VERY WliEUE. 1 1 . r Hy virtue of a writ of vendtiotii ex poioiH issued out. of the Court of Cotn mon'ieiis ol Klk county and lo me di I'roted I will expose lo fhlo by public vendue or outcry at the Couit ilouse iiidway 1'a. on " MUNI) AY MAY 24th 1875 At 1 o'clock P. M. all the riht title interest claim aud Ueuiand whatsoever ot defendants of in to or fit of all the following real estate situate iti Jay town ship Elk couuty Pennsylvania to wit: Couimeueifie; at tho southeast corner of Mei ibab 15. Lucas' lat in where tho new road starts and runs through the orchard on the old farm formerly owned by Ieuja:nin Leyett now deceased and beine; a part ol warrant number 4844; thence along the south lino of siid old farm or warrant number 4S44 cast t-ixty-lour rods to a stake; llieuee uorth to the uorth line of said old faun; thenco we.st alotii? the said north lino about fifty rods to the northeast corner of UobeccaU Moiey's bum wlrch is a part of suid old farm; thence south along the east line of 11 0 Morey's farm to a stake on the load; thenco nlonj; the; cast lino of R C -Morey's farm to a stake on the mnd; thenco along the road to the orchard to the place of beinnin! containing City-one and oou-liunli acres mote or leos Also One other tract of land situated iu township county and State aforesaid and beinj; purt ot said warrant number 48-14 bounded and described a follows to wit: t'puirtieiiuin ut ihc northeast corner of Geo A II tiller's (aim at a stake iu the road luuninu: thonee easterly alon the Mad between 1J Yj Le-fifretl's and G A lluller's farm; theuee easterly iilons; said lluller's line to the east line of 1 aid tild farin t.botit luiiy-ciht rods tooro or Itss; thence north uiong suid cast iine to tlis unrth east (Miner of said old farm; thence west ailing the ittirth line of hi id old larm to the northeast corner of the above filty-one acres ed land to the piece of b.'gintiiiig coiituiniog thirty-iix acres more or hvs There is creeled on the above described property ouo plank house aud one hie; house eizd aud taken in execution as the property ol K P and 11 S Moiey at tho suit of Kdwin S i?;ss and to be sold by DAN I ML cOULL Sheriff. Sheriff's Ofiico, ) Ui.lL'way Pa. May 01 li lr7") j F.y virtue of a writ of venditioni ex ponas, issued out of the Court of Common l'icas of fclie couuty, nnd to me directed, 1 tvill expose to public sale, by vendue or oit'cry, at the Conn House, Itidgway, i'a., ou MONDAY, MAY 2-lth, 1875, at one o'cUck 1'. M.. iho following descri bed real estate to wit: All the right, title intetest, claim and de mand whatosoevcr of defendant tu, to und cut ot all thai certain tract, piece or par cel of land siunt in Jay township. Kill county and Slate of Pennsylvania, boon ted and described as follows, to il; Beginn ing at a pine slump blaaditii; on the bjuth lino of warrant number -iSl-l. bei-ig the southwest comer of hr.d now owned by ii. A. llil.er; tiieticc noith eighty ('-tl; perche. loi.rc or less to the southwest corner of ,and now owned by Joseph Dill; thence ta.it parallel with taid euuili line one hun dred and six (Idt!) perches to a corner on said Dill's laud fixity (li0) perches to the suid south lioo .if bS41; (iieitei! west by said south line of w ur.iiit ddl-l one hua itnd atid six (leti) .riches lo the place cf beginning, coutmiiihg I'nty tinee (oiJJ acres sir. in. Lici'-uio he.ng p.f.t of watranl 4SI1 on which there U erected oue Irainu house li'i:.'li feel, ot:'- nod 11 ha'.fsiories hip.h; ouo lmn.e bum "s'2i.?4 feet; about thirty acres, impiove i, witu orcliard grow Mitf and 11 bt riiij; of good water, &c, Aljo .iil the rribi. title, interest, claim and demand whaisuvver of di lendatii in said writ ninud, in, to or out of all that certain tract, piece, or pared ol laud situate lit ll.e township ot Jay, county ol Klk and Mate of l'eu. syiuauia boarded and descri bed us foil s, to wit: lit ginning ut a l ine stump Maiding in tho squill line of waaianl number Jei4; being ihe southwest cot nor of laud How owned b.v the said Josinh It. Morey; thence noilii forty-four i4j perches lo tho township icai known a the Jrpriiig Hun road; iheuco souih wcslttly along said road -forty si x 4G perclics lo v post joining laiius of liagazcti beget,; thence tsouth tliiity-l'jur toll lur ches 10 a post, jutuiug lands of Joroiiio l uwe'i; thence cal lorty-six -JO- peichcs lo the place of beyiuniii''. coutaiuiu clevej -II-acres uioro or lesj, aud being purt of me tame ninu (leeaul Oy lenjauiui Legett and v.ife to Charles Legett by deed dated April 11th, 1M4, the greater part said land being cleared and improved- Seized and taken iu cscution as the propety of Josiaii tl. Morcy n: ihe suit ef the Couuty of Klk, aud 10 he sold by lUMiCL SCULL, fchoriir. fcherttt stilllce, 1 Uidgway, Pa., April Hih, lt7-j. EnEKlPP'S SALE." 11 Y virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias, issued out ol the Court ot Com mon Picas of Elk County, and to ux directed, I will expose to publio salo by vendue or outcry, ut tho Court Ilouse, Ulduway, Pa., ou Monday, may 24ih, 1S75, at 1 o'clock P. M , the following de scribed real state, tu wit: The loiiuv, iuj.' described rei.1 estate, situate iu the village ot Wilcox Klk, ci unty Pa., cou.-istiiig of cue town lot numbered and designated on tbe general map or plan of the town of Wilcox aa lot number 'H'-i! front bounded on the north by lot number 338, on the east by Laurel uiiey, on the south by number el.'ItJ, timl ou tho west by Marvin blrevt, boiuj; .sixty -00-- feet u;uth and south, and una huudrcd uud fuurteen 114 leet cast and we-bt. ALsO One town lot uumbered and dvinated on tho geuerul map or plan of said tuwu of Wilcox as lot uuiii'uer o3ti, bouuded 011 the north by lot num ber 2o7, on the east by Laurel alley, ou the south by Mercur street, and on the we-st by Marvin street, uieusnriug sixty -00- leet north aud souib, and oue hundred und lourtecu -114-feet cast and west, Thcie ia erected ou the ubove described propetty a oue ball" story frtime dwelling with addition, uud one uaiue barn. Seized and taleu in execution as the property ol Horace Stark ut the suit of Jackson S. iSchuUz and others, and to be cold by DANIEL SCULL, Sheriff, bherifl's Office. ) Ridgwsy, Pt., April 28th, 1875. BUSINESS CARDS. t. A. JIATUBLW, Altorney-at-lw,; Uidgway, Pa. 2 2 tf. U Fi .S LLCOIiP, Aitorney-at-Law f.idgway, Klk Co., Pu. Office ia Hall's new liriek lSuihiing. Clmnis tef collection promptly attended to. V3nl ly. HALL if- h'VAl L..Y Altorneys-nt-Lw. Office in New Piiick Uuilding, Main M Rielttway, Kit Co., l'a. vbu2tf. J, O. IK BAILEY, ATTORNKY-ATLAW. vlni.,yl. Tvidgway, JC1U Couuty, Pa. Ageotforthe Traveler's Life and Acol dent insurance Co., of Hartford. Conn. JAMES D. FILLER TON, Surgeon Dentist, having permanently lo cated in Kignsy, oilers his professional ser vices to the citizens of linlgway ana gar rounding country. AU work warranted. Office in Service & Wheeler's Ituilding, up. stairs, first door to the left, 73-n-3i-ly C11ARLL HOLES, Watchmaker, Engraver and Jeweler, Main ptreet, llidgway, I'a. Agent for th Howe Sewing Machine, and Morton GoU Ten. Repairing Watches, efc, dote with he same accuracy ua heretofore. Satip action goarauleed. vlnly G. G. MESSENGER, Druggiut and Paraceutist, N. W. corner of Main and Mill streets, Uidgway, Pa. lull assortment of carclully selected For eign una loUiestie iirugs. Prescriptions carefully dispensed at all hours, clay or f'ght. ylR.6j T. i. HARTLEY. M. D., Physician ana Surgeon. Oftico iu liug Store, corner iiroad and Mam Sis, iiesidence coiner liroad St. opposite the College. Ollice hours from b 10 10 A. M. aud from 7 to b P. AX. vlnjyl. J. S. BORD WELL, Ji. L., ICclcctio Physician and Surgeon, has remov ed ins oihce from Centre street, to Maui st. liidgway, X'u,, in the second story of the new brick buiklinj of John ei. II silo Jlyde's store. (jtheo hours: b to U a- ia: 1 to 2 p. in. jau 'J 76 HYDE HOUSE, HinowAY, Elk Co., I'a W. II. SC1IUAM, Proprietor. Thankful for thn 101 v.-m im t,a..utA.-..nA 1 " "VI HUJU1D so liberally bestowed upon him, the new proprietor, hopes, ly paying tjtriet at leutiou to Ihe comfort and convenience of guests, to merit, a continuance oi the r-auie. Oct 30 180'J. BUCK TAIL HOUSE, ICank, Mcticaa Co., Pa. U. E. LOOKEU, Projirietor. Thauulul for the Dill 1011 II up. Iii.l'i.l r.r..A sa 4 e- -'..-v.v-v.v D. liberally hostowed upon hnu, iheuew pro puctor, hopes, liy paying strict attention to the cotuioi t and convenience of guests, to merit a continuance of ih., km,, ti.o only Biabies lor horses iu Kane aud well ocjii. uiSuv or uay. null uuaclieJ to tlie liotel. Vlu23yl. KERSEY HOUSE, Ct.NlUEVlLiE, Elk Co., Pa. John Collins, Proprietor. Thankful for the patronage heretofore solibcrtlly bestowed upou him, the new pioprietor, hopes, by paying strict at leutiou to the cotulori aLd convenience of guests, t merit a continuance of the iatiiii, P. II'. HAYS, DKALK.. IN Eiy Creeds, llotions, Groceries, and General Variety, FOX, ELK CO., PA. KutUy M. tf. vlnl7tf. HAILH0ADS. PENNSi'LVANIA PtAIL IIOAD Philadelphia & Erie It. K. Division. W1XTEG. TIME TABLE. ON and after MONDAY, NOV, 10, 1874, ihe trains ou the Philadelphia it Lin Kailroadwillrunas follows: WtSTWARU. LHIE MAIL leaves Philadelphia 11.55 p m ' Xteuovo 11.10 a iu " " " Euiponuui 1.10 p m ' et- Mary's 2.U5 p m " Kidgway 2.33 p u. " wriveai i-rie b.Uo pui EAST VY AUD. e EUIE MAIL leaves Erie ......11.20 a m Xtidgway 4.45 p iu St. Mary's 6.10 p w " " " Emporium tj.05 p ui " " " llenovo 8.25 p in V. . v at l'hiladephia... 6.50 a m Mail Lust eouuects east und west at Erie with LMU It, W. MailWtbi with east and weBt trains bo L a H M S K W WM. A. BALDWIN. Ueu'l Sup't. yTT'OUK. We are now prepared tl T V to doull kinds of Job Woitli. u.eicpeB, xttgs. uia-Leaas, Letter heads, neatly uud cheaply executed. Offiee ia Ibajer & llageuiy'a new building, Mai stroet, Eidgway, l'a.