G. A. RATIIBUN,
Ridgway, Pa. 2 2 tf.
Ridewav. Elk Co.. Pa. Offioo in
Hull's new Brick Buildinc. Claims for
(collection promptly attended to.
77.4 LL ifc M'VAULEV,
Office iu New Brick Building. Main St
Ridirway, Elk Co., fa. v3n2tf.
J, 0. 11'. BAILEY,
vlnzoyl. Ridgway, Elk County, Pa.
A cent for the Traveler's Life and Acoi
dent Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn.
JAMES D. FULLER TON,
Surgeon Dentist, having permanently lo
cated in Rigway, offers his professional ser-
vices to Hie citizens ot Kidgway ana sur
Sunding country. All work warranted
Office iu Service & Wheeler's Building, up
stairs, first door to the loft, 73-n-32-ly
Watchmaker, Engraver and Jeweler,
iam street, llidgway, ra. Agent tor tu
flows Sewing Machine, Rnd Morton GoM
en. Hepainng Watches, etc, uoce with
lie same accuracy as heretofore. fcati-
Lct.ioa guaranteed. vluly
O. G. MESSENGER,
Druggist and Panuaceulut N. V, cornet
jf Mam uud Mill streets, liulaway, Pa.
lull assortment ot caretully selected For-
and Domestic Drugs. Prescriptions
lurefully dispensed at all hours, day or
i gut. vlnBy
T. S. HARTLEY. M. .,
Physician ana Surgeon.
Office iu Drue Stoi c, corner liroad aud
liaiu tils. Residence corner Broad St.
Ijipobit the College. Office hours lrom
to 10 A. .si. uud from 7 to S P. M.
J. S. 13 OKI) WELL, M. I).,
clectie Physician m:d Surgeon, hnsreniov-
1 liis otlice tioiu Centre siieet, to Mail St.
i dgway, l'u,, in ihe second etory of the
e w brick building of John CI. Hull, oppu-
it e Jfydu's store.
l:uxj hours:! to 2 P M 7 to 9 P M
ltinuwAY, Elk Co., Pa
W. II. SOU 11 AM, Proprietor.
Thankful for tho patronage heretofore
o liberally bestowed upon linn, the new
riprii-tor, hopes, by paying strict at-
muuuu to the comfort uud convenience o)
quests, to merit a continuance oi iht
OU 80 1809.
Clntuiville, Elk Co., Pa.
John Collins, Proprietor.
Thankful for the patronage heretolort
o liber illy bestowed upon him, the new
roprietor, hopes, by paying strict at-
eution to the coinfori and convenience
; guests, t' merit a coutinuance of the
F. W. HAYS,
Dry Goods, Notions, C-rcceries.
and General Variety,
FOX, ELK CO., PA.
Earlty I. O.
PENNSYLVANIA HAIL ROAD
Philadelphia & Erie R. R. Division.
WINTER TIME TABLE.
N and after MONDAY, MAY 24, 1875.
the trains on the Philadelphia &
i-ii Railroad will run aa tohowr:
A.Nt. ALDU.M leaves Kenovo 4 35 n m
" Driftwoods 5 65 p m
" " Emporium 6 5 p m
" St Marys... 7 55 p m
' " Kidgway... 8 25 p m
" ' Wilooz y 05 p m
air at Kane.. 9 80 p m
. Kenovo ll oo a m
" Emporium 1 10 p m
St. Mary's 2 00 p m
Kidgway 2 25 p in
Wilcox 2 68 p m
arrive at Erie 7 50 p m
,i.-UU Ai;iu.u leaves lvane... ouuau
" Wilcox 8 33am
" Kidgway i) 25 a ni
" Si Marys 10 a m
' " Emporium 1105 am
Driftwood 12 15 p m
' Kenovo 1 40 p oi
Rill MAIL leaves iris 11.20 a to
' " Kane 3 45 p in
!' " ' Wiloos 4 08 p in
" '. Kidgway 4.45 pm
" ' St. Mary's 6.10 p in
" " " r.apor.am 0.05 pm
" " Kenovo 8.25 p m
" " arr. at Philadephia... 6.60 am
cast and west ut East with Low Grade Di
vision and 13 N Y & P K U
Wii. A. BALDWIN.
Fresh farailv Grooerics. ami Panned
goods at 1' & K's. The cheapest and
ELK COUNTY ADVOCATE
ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER
IN ELK COUNTY.
Office in Thayer k Hagerty's Block,
TERMS TWO DOLLARS A YEAR
GIVE US A CALL FOR
PROGRAMMES, POSTERS, &C.
ORDERS BY MAIL
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
Ridgway, Elk Co, Pr
White, Powell & Co"
BANKERS AND BROKERd,
No. 42 South Third Street.
Philadelphia, Oolt. 28th 1875.
U. S. 1881. o...
do 6 20,0 '02, M and N.
10-40, do totipon
do Pacifio 6's cy Int. off
New 6's Keg. 1881
" " C. 1881
Philadelphia & Erie
Lehigh Navigation Div. off..
United RR of N J Ex. Div.
Central Transportation ....
A & A Mortgage 6's '89
. .. .....
201 20 1
601 60 g
61 f 62
48 48 1
We are authorized to announce the name
of MICHAEL WEIDERT, of Jonestown
ship, as an independent candidate for the
office of County Commissioner.
Lota are uow offered for sale by the
Ridgway Cemetery Association in the
new Cemetery. The present low price
for lots may sooo be advanced.
Apply at the office of
W. 8. HAMBLEN, Secretary
Ridgway Sept. 7, 1875. n-23t-f.
To all it may concern. Thos. A
Gross of Fox Township has in his pos
session one new LUMBER WAGON
which are the ' property of the
subscriber. All persons are warned
ngainst purchasing the same, as the caid
Gross is not the owner thereof.
Sept. 9, 1875. A. E. GOFP.
Pupils wishing to receive instruction in
Greek or Latin, or disiring to prepare for
College can have opportunity of doing so
by applying to the Rector of Grace Church,
lie having nude tit nceessary arrange
ments will be glad to receive a limited
number of young ladies and gentlemen for
instruction. For information as to terms
&o apply to
KEV. WM. JAS. MILLER A. M.
To xchom it may concern:
E. F, & R.C. Morey have in their posses
Bion the following property which belongs
to (lie undersigned, and all persons are
hereby warned against purchasing the
One grey horse, one set of double harness;
2 shovels, 1 water pail, 2 beds and bedding,
3 cook, and 1 coal stove and furniture, 8
pieces of pyatoes, and 1 piece of corn in
field, 1 bob sled, 1 grind stone, 2 neck yokes,
1 set spreaders, 1 set tackle pullies, 1 whif-
fletree 1 set dishes, 1 log rule, 1 lot of
vee ttahles in rarden, S tables, 1 set of chairs
4 woodebairs, 2 looking glasses,! lot of
chairs and goods, 1 basket, crock, tags, AC
2 work stands, 1 lot of tinware, 1 carpenters
squire,! set old harness, 1 pair tiob sleds.
a'. Bt. Mary's. IS- i.
Prke, TueKly-five Ctnlt.
Containing a complet list of all tlie towns
in the Lmted states, the Territories and
the Dominion of Canada, having a popula
tion gieater than 5,000 according to the
last census, together with the names of the
newspapers having the largest locaf circu
lation in each of the places named. Also,
a catalogue al newspapers which are re
commended to advertisers as giving great
est value in proportion to prices charged
Also, all newspapers in the United Elates
and CanadA printing over 5,000 copies
each issue. Also, all the Keligious, Agri
cultural, Pcientifio and Mechanical, Medi
cal, Masjnic; Juvenile, Educational, Com
mercial, Insurance, Real Estate. Law,
Sporting, Mueical, Fashion, and other
special class journals,- very complete lists,
Together with a complete list of over 800
German papers printed in the United
States. Also, an essay upon advertising;
many tables of rates, showing the coat of
advertising in various newspapers, and
everything which a beginner iu advertis
ing would like to know.
Address GEO- P. ROWELL & CO.,
41 Park Bow, Kew York.
A choice lot of Pastry' Flour at
POWELL & KIME'S Try it.
Those Hamilton Corsets at P & K's
are the most durable, and the cheapest
If vou want an
y bl'ched or brown
tn 10.4 villa mm
muslins, from i to 10-4 wide aDv
quality, go to head quarters, Powell &
Kime's and select to your taste.
TVe notice on Powell & Kime's plat
form an assortment of those celebrated
Gowanda Plows, Cultivators &o.
HORSE RAKES ! Upon a thorough in
vestigation it has been demonstrated that a
good horse rake will save more labor to a
farmer than any other invention of its cost
Among all the machines of the kind, the
Albion .Revolving Horse Kake stands
supreme, of which POWELL & KIME are
the sole agentB for this seotion. Every
person should have one. They are selling
Salt, cheaper than dirt at P. & K's
HAYING TOOLS I
Grass Scythes, Scythe Snaths, Hay
Rakes, Hay Folks, Hoes, Shovels, Spades
Picks, Mattocks and all other artioles
adapted to the season at POWELL &
JOBI"ORK We are now prepared
YV to doall kinds of JOB WORK,
bnvelepes, Tags, Bill-heads, Letter heads,
neatly and cheaply executed. Offiee in
Thayer & Hagerty's new tuilding, Mail
kireet Ridgway, Pa.
IHURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1875.
The apple crop is light.
Chestnuts will soon be ripe.
The time to gather apples has come.
Cheese! Choice Faotory, at P &K'
This pleasant weather is the time for
Fred Sehocnlng is dealing largely in
Election on Tuesday November 2,
We publish tho election proclamation
in this issuo of the Advocate.
J. O. W. Bailey has moved into the
house, on Zion Hill, reoently purchased
of A. Cummings.
A new side walk has been laid on
South street to the western side of Irish
Frank Tollman has purchased the
Warner House and fourteen acres of
land for $2,100, and has commenoed
olearing "Pollman's heights."
A sign in Hide's store soys "choice
cooking apples $iuu. per Dusnei.
Rather steep Will, but we presume you
give a good discount for cash.
There was a fellow around town yes
terday with a little bell and a grind
stone, ready and willing to grind your
The Western Union Telegraph ol
fice has been moved from Chas. Holes'
jewel cry store to Doctor Earley's office
next Hall's brick building.
The 5636th Hebrew year commen
ced on Wednesday evening Sept. 29,
ult. and was observed, in the cities by a
feast called Rode Hachonoh.
The Countv Commissoners of Elk
County, will meet at their offioe in Ridg
way Pa. on Thursday October 21, 1875 .
C. II. McCAULEY,
One of our citizens has lost
valuable dog, it was a setter; we are
authorized to offer ten cents reward,
payable in pups of the same breed at
one dollar each.
Last Wednesday, D. B. Day, left
this place to attend a medical school at
Cincinnati. Dudley proposes to have
his name read D. B. Day M. D, in the
course of time.
The school tax of Ridgway township,
for 1875, is only about one half that ot
1874; omitting the building tax is the
reasod for the reduction. This will be
good news to our long-suffering tax pay
Horace Littlo and W. S. Hamblin,
have purchased the western half ot the
Service & Wheeler block, and have also
purchased A. Cummiog a stock ot
groceries, etc., They intend to continue
the grocery business.
The new Constitution Rives each
elector the right to .vote for two can
didates for the ofllie of Commissioner
and Auditor, but no one has a right
to cast two ballots for one man
We ask our readers to bear this in mind,
as a ballot of the last description would
uo be counted.
James McGinnis has purchased of R.
V. Kioic, twenty-one feet front, on
Main street, between Service & Wheel
er's block and the barber shop, for
81000. He has commenced excavating
a cellar, and proposes to put up a build
21x70 feet, two stories high, to be used
for a billiard saloon, eto.
The work of exhuming the bodies, in
the old school house burying ground,
and re-intering them in the now ceme
tery, was commenced week before last.
Coffins that had been in the ground for
twenty years were found to be in 4 good
state of preservation; while one buried
thirty yearn was almost entirely con
"A Century After" is the title of an
elaborate centennial work on Philadel
phia and Pensylvania. Part four is on
our tablo and opens with an article on
Cape May, which is very interesting.
The work is illustrated and will be com
pleted in fifteen parts at fifty cents each.
Address Allen, Lane & Scott and J. W.
Lauderbach, Publishers, Philadelphia
It is suggested that a poultry show be
held in Ridgway and Bantam Miller be
exhibited in a bird cage, amongst tho
game bamtams, great care, however,
Bhould be taken that his head and
claws are muzzled, so he cannot injure
birds smaller than himself, if any such
should be present, and equal care should
be exercised, on his own account, to pre
rent Lis assaults on larger fowls like
our Bramah cock.
Chugo ef Serrico.
Beginning with Sunday next, Oct.
10th the hour for Evening Service at
Grace Church will be changed from 5
o'olock as heretofore, to 7 o'clock. The
Rev Hugh Q. Miller of Warren will
officiate. At eaoh evening service
sermon on some tople of the day or on
some ecclesiastic! subject of interest
will bs preaebed. The subjeots will in
turn be properly announced in the
weekly issues of this paper. All are
cordially invited to attend.
Sheriff i Sales of Real SiUte.
The following real estate was sold at
sheriff's sale court week.
Filty-threo acres of land of L N.
Briggs in Jay township, upon whioh is
ereoted a dwelling house and bank barn,
to A. J. Avery for 400,
House and lot No. 152 ot J. L. Cum
mings on South street, Ridgway, to W.
II. Osterhout for 8100.
Tract of timber land of N. & C-
Kronenwetter in Beuainger township,
being warrant 4992, containing 1,000
acres more or less, to Andrew Kaul for
Tract of timber land oi Thos. Woods
in Benzinger towuahip, being part of
warrant 4881, containg 311 aores more
or less, to Ninian Irwin for $200.
Tract of timber land of Geo. D. Mes-
. . ... i
seoger tn Millstone townsnip, Deing
western part of warrant 2775, contain
ing 471 aores, to J. S. Hyda for $575.
Traot of land of Nicholas Kronen wet
ter in Benzinger township, being No.
14 ou Brussel's road containing 50
acres, to John Bindle for $1,000.
Tract of land of Nicholas Kronenwet-
ter, being half of lot No. 12 in Benzin
ger township, containing 25 acres, to
John Bindle for $210.
Tract of land of Chas. Kroocnwetter
in Benzinger township, containing 93J
acres, upon whioh is ereoted a frame
dwelling house and barn, to Jos. Lenzel
The right of N. &. C. Kronenwetter
to cut all the white pine timber in Por
cupine hollow and on the waters of An
ton and Dent s runs, upon the estate ot
Reuben Winslow, deceased, near the
village of Benezotte, to Andrew Kaul
The leasehold, saw mill and improve
ments of N. & O. K.rouenwettor in
Benczctte township, to And. Kaul for
Lot No. 11 and improvement of N. &
C Kronenwetter in Benezette village, to
Andrew Kaul for $50.
Tract of land of Robert Warner io
Ridgway, containing 14 y-100 acres,
uDon wbicn is erected the Warner
House, to John Shack for $799.
Tract of timber land of G. T.
Wheeler in Ridgway township, being
part of warrants 4864, 4865, 4865, and
4867. containing 408 8-10 acres, to
Geo. Dickinson for $100.
Last Saturday evening, Hon. A. N
Taylor of Smethport, me, with a terrible
accident, which must necsssarly prove
fatal. It seems that Mr. Taylor and
Hon. John Backus had been out riding
Saturday afternoon, when some part ot
the wagon broke, but the occupants
were saved from injury by jumping from
the carriage. Mr. Taylor returned
home in the evening, and being fatigued
it is suoDosed he retired early. Mrs.
i a -
Tavlor with her son were at the store
until 11 o'clock, aud when they weat to
their home they found Mr. Taylor abed
and sleeping very poundly. Mrs. Tay
lor was called to another part of tho
house, and was absent but a few minu
tes and when she returned to the bed
room found that Mr. T. was not in bed;
she then went into aaother room and dis
covered a back door open, and on going
to the door heard her husband groaning
on the ground some fifteen feet below
Assistance was called and the injured
man takon to his room, when it was dis
covered that his back was broken. Mr
Taylor was conscious but unable to tell
how the accident occurred. It is sup
posed that he was dreaming about the
carriage accident and jumped through
the door, supposing he jumping from
Mr. Taylor, is a gentleman of large
means and doing an extensive business
His death will be a severe loss to Smeth
port and McKean county, having busi
ness relations with a large portion of the
Weddiue and Mournine outfits for la
dies at MAY & SILVEHMANN'8, Opposite
the court house, Williamsport, Pa
CHEAP! CHEAP! CIIBAPlJ
Goods marked down to astonish the
world. Call and see us. MAY & SILVER.
MANN, Williamsport, Pa.
Millinery goods, hair switches, jewelry.
fancy eoods, notions, ladies & childrena
oloaks. dieases & undergarments. Whole
sale & Retail at MAY & SILVERMAN'S
opposite the court house, Williamsport, Pa
The commissioner of internal revenue
has deoided that promissory notes made
and used in the ordinary oourse of ousi-
ness according to the custom of banks
aud 'merchants need not be stamped
But if notes are in any way substituted
for checks and kept as vouohers they
are held to be suoject to the (two cent)
We were presented by Mrs. Derby
with a basket of delicious grapes of the
Isabella variety. This year Mrs Derby
raised about two bnshels and
they ripened very well. We have
heard it said that grapes would not
ripen in this climate: and now that it is
demonstrated they will, why not plant
more of them; there certainly is no more
delicious fruit than the grape, and if
they oan be raised hero successfully
there is no reasou why the price should
not come within the teach of all and in
stead of Belling at from ten to eighteen
cents a pound be plenty at three to
The Authors of the "Spelling lianli."
And now it is said that the publish-
. .r t .1- if
ers ot veDsiers uiouonunes are re
sponsible for the reoont "Spelling Bee"
exoitement. Whether this is true or
not, the spelling mania wasja good thing,
and it undoubtly had a very excellent
influence. Of all educational accom
plishments, a proper knowledge of the
orthrography of our own language is
certainly the most durable, and of all
defioienoies in our educational methods,
that relating to thin study is the most
marked. And we were therefore going to
say that whether tho spelling excitement
came about through the advertising ef
forts of the Webstor publishers or not,
one thing is quite oloar, and that is that
there is nothing that has helped to
stimulate the wide-spread interest in the
subjoct. or that is so nearly a Speller's
Vadn Mccum as Webster's Pocket Dic
tionary, sold lor Uao Lol lar, ana to oe
had of almost any dealer in books. It
h a marvel of compactness, ejntainng
about threo hundred illustrations, over
eighteen thousand words, brief but com
prehensive rules for spelling, a large
number of words from Foreign
languages, phrases, proverbs, eto. in
oommon use. it is nearly douou in
Morocco, with.tucks and gilt edges. If
not otherwise obtainable it may be had
by mailjfrora the publishers, Messrs. Tvi
son, Blakeraan, Taylor & Co., 138 and
140 Grand Street, New York, by en
closing to them the prico, one dollar.
Smart-weed far Tannins Purposes.
A writer in the St. Louis Globe
Democrat is enthusiastic over the dis
covery that a variety of the smartweed
which grows wild in Missouri in suoh
pro(u9sion ai to be a nuisance, surpasses
bark in its tanning qualities. As its
only cost is that resulting from the labor
of cutting and stacking it, say $5 a ton
while bark costs in that State $112 per
ton, it is argued that hereafter millions
of hides will annually be made into
leather iu the West instead ot being
seot to the Eastern Status to be tanned.
which involves the expeose of transpor
tation both ways tor the leataer con
sumed in the West, besides paying the
Eastern capitalists and meohauics for
work which could just as well be done
at home. It is said that this plant
yields at least 10 por cunt, of tannic
acid an analysis by the Nebraska
State chemist gives nearly 22 per centj
from the root aud 17 to 10 percent
from tho plant hemlock and oak bark
vieldtng lrom 11 to io per cent. !5ui
even if the results stated by the Ne
braska chemist are correct, it docs not
follow that this wood will make as good
leather as bark. Tnere are peculiar
properties for making good leather
found in bark that, so far as is generally
known, bav never been equaled in any
other material. More or less tannio
aoid is fround in almost every plant that
grows, and in some the precentajje of
tanning is as high as from 44 to 50 per
cent. Yet the leather produced by the
use of these plants has never come into
favor, and that made from some of them
is not only bad in color aud defective io
other respects, but is liablo to return to
a condition very like that of raw hide,
which is not the case with bark-tanned
leather. The Glule Democrat corres
pondent says, however, that actual ex
periment has shown that leather of bet
ter quality thau bark-tanned leather can
be made with this weed in fifteen days
les.i time, and that one ton of the plant
will tan 400 pounds of leather, while
the same weight ol bark will produce
but 175 pounds.
As will be found elsewhere tho Sena
torial conference for tho senatorial dis
trict composed of the counties of Clarion
Forest, Elk and Cameron counties, nom
ioated.for that position Mr. William P.
Fmley, of Clarion county, Mr. Fioley
has fur many years been a resident of
Salem township, this county. In ad
dition to having one of the best culti
vated farms io this section of country,
he has also for several years beon en
gaged iu the oil business. He has been
successful to an unprecedented degree.
Io addition to his large producing in
terests, he is the treasurer of the At
lantic Pipe Line, which was built by
the producers. lie is regarded as a
representative man of that interest, who
will acknowledge the compliment at
the November eleotion by casting a
solid vote for him, He is so favorably
known throughout the county for in
tegrity, moral worth, and first class
business oapacity, as to need but slifct
comment from us. Representing as he
does, the Republican party oi the dis
trict, and one of its greatest industrial
interests, we have good reason to hope
for his eleotion. No better mao could
be selected for the position. If moral
worth, executive ability, and fitness be
any reoommendation to tbe people of
the other counties composing the dis
trict. Mr. Finley can be eleoted. Tbe
nomination is a good one, and tbe peo
ple will do themselves honor in choos
ing bim for tbe position by their votes.
kTair switohes 76 cants $1 00 2 00 8 00 &
i 60 worth double the money and Ruches
for io cents hats from lb oenta upwards.
Trimea bats from SI 00 upwards, great re
duotion in all kinds of goods at MAY &
DlLVEKMANfi s, Williaiusport, pa.
Col. P. D. Thomas, of Forest count',
was nominated on tho 101st ballot by the
Democrats, at Irvington, for the offioe of
State Senator from the district com
posed of Cameron, Clarion, Elk and
We deeply sympathize with Bantam
Miller, in his disappointment at the re
sult of the late game of base ball in our
village, atd be has our unbounded
sympathy for all the other disappoint
ments of bis life. In the beautiful but
pathetic language of the poetJDixon;
"Tis sweet to wait but, oh! how bitter
To wait for a gal and then not git her."
Elk County Eepublican Committee
Chairman Jas. H. Hagerty, Aidgway.
Benezette T. B- Winslow, C. H. Win
Benzinger Jacob Hanes, John Farrer.
Foi U. W. Rogers J. J. Taylor.
Jay Oliver Dodge, J. M. Brookins.
Jones Jos. Tanbine, J. C. Malone.
Millstone Myran Raught John Moore.
Ridgway II. M. Powers, J. 0. W.
Spring Creek Thos. Irwin, Hirman
An effort is being made by some of
our sportsmen to get up a grand hunt
ing tournament some time about the
middle of October. The party is to
consist of sixty hunters thirty on a
side and a great slaughter of game 18
anticipated. The losing party is to pay
for asupper for the entire crowd. We
hope they may be successful in getting
up a good party for the sport. A meet
ing is to be called to make the prelimi
nary arrangements as soon as a sujcient
number of marksmen enter the list. -Ctearfield
The city fathers of Corry have
placed the following card to tramps on
exhibition in the prominent places of
the town: "Notice is hereby given that
all vagrants and tramps caught within
the limits of the city of Corry, are liable
to a fine of not leBS than $5 or more
than $50 and imprisonment for 30 days,
and in default of payment of the fine
aforesaid, they will be required to labor
on tbe strees for any period not exceed
ing 60 days. Hereafter this ordinance
will be strictly enforced. Corry, Pa.,
September 17, 1875." It is worthy of
being copied in every town io the
Born in New Hanover township,
Montgomery county, Pa , December 16,
Graduated from Union College,
Schenectady, New York, in 1853.
Appointed Deputy Sheriff of Mont
gomery county, IV, in 1854, and re-ap
pointed in 1855.
Admitted to the bar of Norristown in
Colonel of the 4th Regiment Mont
gomery county militia, under the first
call of President Lincoln for 75,000
Served on the staff of Gen. Franklin
in tbe first battle of Bull Run.
Commissioned Colonel for the three
years service, and organized the olst
Regiment Volunteer Infantry, in 1861.
Participated in the battles of Roan
oke Island, Newbern, Second Bull Run,
Chantilly, South Mountain, Antietam,
Fredricksburg, Vicksburg, Jackson.
Campbell's Station, Knoxville, Wilder
ness, 'Spottsylvania, North Ann, Cold
Harbor, Petersburg Mine, Weldon
Railroad, Reams' Station, Poplar
Spring Church, First and Second
Hatchers' Run, Fort Steadman, Peters
Appointed Bridgadier General, May
i, 1864. Breveted Major Genoral
March 25, 1865. Appointed Colonel
in tho Regular Army, August 27, 1866,
Nominated and elected Auditor Gen
eral of Pennsylvania, in 1865-
Unanimously re nominated and re
elected in 1868.
Nominated and elected Governor of
Pennsylvania in 1872.
Re-nominated unanimously in 1875.
A skillful and gallant defender of the.
A civil administrator, distinguished
for ability, purrity and fidelity.
An tllustruus citizen.
A just man
The people's choice for Centennial
FURS! FURS! FURS! FURS!
Extra inducements offerd in ladies &
ohildrens furs, small sets at $100 ladies
sets from $2 00 and upwards extra bar
gains in Mink sets first quality as, MAY &
If you want a bag of leed, or a
usfihel of potatoes or a barrel or sack ot
bour or even a small sack of Graham
flour, it will pay you to step into P &
K's for it
MADAM DEMORE3T PATTERNS.
We are agents for madam de mores t pat
terns, oatalouges free, send for one, pat
terns sent by maih MAY & SILVER
MANN'S Williamsport Pa.
PAY AS YOU GO.
If you pay for goods when you buy
them, you will never be troubled with
the nigt-mare of debt, your sleep will bo
sweet your dreams pleasant, and your
wife and children will greet you with a
smile in the morning. Go to Powell
& Kime's model store with your cash,
get more than its value and go home
satisfied. They have adopted the cash
system, and say it is working charmingly.
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