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t . j Ilpurjr A. Parsons, Jr., . Kditor. THURSDAY, SEPT. 7X11.. 1870. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, OV OHIO. FOR VIt E-PRi:SIIENT, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, OP SEW YORK. EMCCTOBS AT I.AKOB. BeMiuiuiil II. Brewster, of lMilliuU-lpliiu. John W. liiulfuut, uf Allegheny. MSTHICT ELKITOIW. 1 .Toll ii Welsh. 3 Henry Uisston, 3 flirt. .1. Hotl'umn, 4 l'lm. T. Jones, 5 Kilwln A. I'ltley, Henliimlii Smith 7 J. W. llerimril, 8 .Tnruli Kntiltb. 0 John 11. Wnrfel, 10 Joseph Thomas, 11 Arlo I'onlep, 12 Lewis Pur ho, 111 Kd. . .Silllmnn, 1-1 William Culdur, ll.i SI lies I,. Trney, lit S.W. starkweather, 117 lanlel .1. Morrell, : is J.M-emiali Lyons, ll'i William liny, IK) Will, t'nnieioii, r'l J. It. Donnelly, .- Daniel (l'Neill, iSl Wllliiini Xelib, -M A. IS. Itennur, Sam. M. Jaekson, I !M .Tas. Westerninn, 1 27 W. W. Wilber. Vermont voted last Tuesday for state officers, Fuirbarks, lletiuWiean, has 30,000 majority. 'Leaf by Leaf the Kosos Fall." And so do Mr. Tiklen's liojies of success, as each day reveals its tale of shame. The latest is the discovery of his fraud and perjury in his income returns. If this is true, and "'tis true, 'tis pity," the man is a fit candidate for the penitentiary in his own city, not for the White House in "Washing ton. The proofs are overwhelming; he is condemned by his own act. He swore to his income in 1S02 as only f7,118, and then, with a blindness which is marvelous, swore to recipt of 20,000 in that year from one railroad alone, the Terre Haute and Alton, for professional services rendered. The Chicago und Northwestern paid him from ten to eighteen thousand a year, and it was from 1859 to 1S70 that he was counsel for this road as well as the Chicago and Alton, the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago roads, and also for the Cumberland Irou Com pany, all of which paid him enormous sums as yearly salaries, not as in cer tain suits. Can any one, be he never so infatua ted a Democrat, read this one item of his leader's record and not blush for it? Did the man dream that these things would be allowed to slumber, and he permitted to walk into the Presidential honors unchallenged'.' Did he imagine that the loud cry he raised of "reform" would deafen the people? That when he pointed to himself as the destroyer of ihe Tweed ring in New York the people would not point at him as the friend and pat ron of Tweed as long as money could be got out of him? Did he not re member this little transaction, which lis just come to light, or is his mem ory so weak as not to go back fourteen years? And if he remembered it, did he not know that just so surely, sooner or later, it would be held up to public gaze in all its naked detormity? Poor man! hat a torment his daily life must be; how he must dread to take up a paper, lest it contain some fresh proof of his unutterable dishon esty and falsehood. That old paguu who was so remorselessly pursued by the Furies had a gay and festive time in comparison. "Where, in view of this and other re velations, is the "aggressive warfare" which Mr. Tildcn so boldly pro claimed himself about to wage in this canvass? There will not be much time left for that between this and November if the Democrats are kept us busy as they have been hitherto in whitewashing and defending their candidate. Take the advice of a friend, Mr. Til- ilen, throw up the sponge, acknowl edge that the Fates are too much for you, and spend the remainder of your life in the private enjoyment of that wealth which you have labored so hard to acquire and which a generous government in view of your present position, will refrain from depriving you. And while you enjoy the com- fqrts of your elegant home look over at the large stone structure near it, where many less guilty men than you are expiating their crimes, and remem ber that but for the clemency of the Government you once would have bern glad to see destroyed you, too, would have been an inmate there. The Republic Magazine. The Cleveland Herald puts the Til den money and income business us fol lows: Mr. Tlldcn's "barrel of money" was partly filled with funds belonging to the Govern ment, wltheld horn it lu 1U hour of need. That money should have gone to the Kiipport of our brave boys In the field and to the sup pression of the rebellion. It is now UHed lor the purchase of votes to overthrow the lU-imb- licaa party, which was unuulmous and ener getic in supporting the soldiers, suppressing the rebellion, and saving the Union, It is used to restore to power the Democratic party, which brought the Union to the brink of destruction in IstiO; which from that time until the spring of 18t5 was openly or covertly aiding or sympathizing with the enemies of the Union; and which has now renewed its alliance with those who were then the open foes to the Union, SHERIFF'S SALES. T vrtue of sundry wrlig of fieri facias, alius fieri fftoins, venditioi.1 exponas. levari facift, alias levari facias, and tes tatum fieri iaoiag, issued out of tho Court of Common Picas of F,lk county, and to me directed, I, Daniel Scull, High Sheriff of said county, do hereby give notice Hint I will expose to public salo or outcry, at ilio Coitrt House, in llidgffay, at one o'clock 1'. 31., oil MONDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1H7II, the following described property, to-wit. All tlicriirlit, Ittle interest, cUim a in I de. maud of the defcudum. in and toiill ilial cer tain tract, piece or parcel of land mltmtcin Ik'ir.iiiirjr township, blk ooiiniy, ami stale of Pennsylvania, bounded and described us In, laws: llcgimiinc at the township (or warrant lines dividing warrants lO'.'H and 4l)!".l) dividing llie townships of Ifciuingcr nod Fox, on the old road running from rU- Marys to Kersey tlienco esst along sani line or.o hundred and t lilrly -ti vo (l:t") porches, thence north twelve t -) perches, thence west one hundred and thirty. five perches ( W perches), theuoe along the old road southorly twelve perches (11 perches) more or U ss, to tho phiuo of beginning, con taining ten acres, more or loss, and hoing lot No H7 on South St, Mary road, in the mnp or plan of Ihe town or settlement of St. Marys. I pun which is eroded a story- and-one-half stone house "0 by ill) feet, nnd a frnmo barn 'M by 40 feet. Tho whole of said land is under cultivation, and has a veil of cood water and an orchard of fruit trees I hereon. Also all that certain other tract, piece or parcel of land in I he town or settlement of St. Marys, Elk county, and state of Pennsylvania, beginning at the warrant lino running north and south dividing war rants -KH'8 and 4087 about, twenty perches south of tho north corner of said line, Ihenco west one hundred, thirty-three and one-third (133J perches) to a post, tlienco south tweuty-tour perches to a post thence east one hundred nnd thirty-three and one third ',133$ perches) to a post on warrant hue, tlienco north 'wenty-tour (-1) perches to tho place of beginniuir, containing cnty acres, being the same lands which Charles Schreiber conveyed to Andrew Meisel by deed dated July 10, and re corded in Kin county, in deed book "1"' page 21 (So, nnd conveyed by Andrew Midland wile to lobi uretner by deed dated October to 1874, and recorded ir. Elk county iu deed bouk "ft" page 21(1, (fcc. Said laud has about three acres under cul tivation, and is enclosed with a fence. Seized aud taken in execution, and to be sold as the property pf Tobt Oreincr. ALSO all the interest ot John Maisel. he defendant, in all that certain lot of ground situated in the borough of St. .Marys, Elu county, Pennsylvania described us lollows: Beginning at a post on a line parallel to the 1 niladciplna aua Erie railroad I weuty feet more or less, north of the said railroad hue. and ninety feet east of Lafayette street suid post being the south westerly corner ot tho piece ot land now being describe ), II euce north tifty-tivo degrees, forty minutes east ( 5-J 40' ) on said parallel line to the railroad, twenty ieet to a post. thence north thirty-seven degrees twenty minutes west ( ou ar 1 ninety-one feet nnd seven-tenths of a foot (Vtl-7 feet) to a post on the south side ol an alley, thence south eighty degrees, thirty minutes west ( 80 3'J' ) twenty two 1'eot to a post (22 leet,) theucd eouth thirty-seven degrees, twenty rjiuutes east ( d," L'll' ) one hun dred and one feet and live-tenths of a foot (lol o)tothe place of beginning, contain ing uineteen hundred und thirty-two square feet (l'J32 sq. It.) Being the same land which Leonard Wittmau and wife by deed duted the seventeenth day of June con veved to Balbina Maisel. now deceased, wilo ot said John Maisel. L pon which is erected a two-story frame house twenty feet by forty feet.deep, which is used as a dwell ing, store room and bakery, also, outbuild and a good well of water upon said lot. The lot is enclosed by a substantial fence. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of John Maiscl. ALSO All that certain piece or parcel of land beginning at the north-west corner ot town lot No. tiT on St. Joseph St. thence north 213 perches, ihence east 55 perches, thence south loo perches thence east 35 perches, thence south 108 perches to the northern line of town lots on St. Joseph street ihence west following the northern Hue of town lots on St. Joseph street 94 perches to the place of beginning marked "C" on t Joseph St, and contain ing one hundred acres. Also lots No. 70 and 72 on Michael street each 100 feet front by 200 feet deep, said 100 acres situated in the township of Bcnzinger County of Elk State of Pennsylvania and the said town lots iu the Borough of St. Marys County aud state afor said, upon which is erected a frame dwell ing house, two stories high, 20x30 feet, a trame barn 2Ux3(i feet with shed attached, 24x:W feet, a Lam 32x10 feet. There is a good orchard and a good well of water upon said land the greater part of the land is im proved and under cultivation. Seized taken :n Execution and to be sold as ihe property of Ludwing Siiobeck and Jacob Uapple at suit of Charles Luhr. ALSO all the right, title and interest of the defendant in and to the following de scribed real estate. ALL that certain tract of land situate in tbat portion of Bcuzinger township, in the County of Elk and Slate of Pennsylvania, formerly known as the Saint Marys Settlement, aud bounded and described as fo.lows, to wit: licginuing at a post on North Saint Marys road; Ihence wesl ninety two (92) perches, more or less, to Ihe lands of Casper J iieltkr: thence north along said C. J. Beleke's laud twenty-two (22) perches, more or less, to lauds of Joseph Elirig; thenco east along J Ehrigs land ninety two (02) perches, more or less, to Saint Marys mad; thence south erly along Saint Marys road twenty-two (Tl) perches more or lets, to Ihe place of begtnumg, containing thirteen (id) acies, more ni' less, and so much of the southern part of number niueteeu 19 on North Saint Marys road iu the map or plan of Ihe settlement of Saint Marys, Being the game land that John Burgers aud wife conveyed by deed dated 14th of August, A. D. 1800, to Joseph Winufelder, which deed is recorded iu Llk County deed book "O." page 103 &o, upou which is erected a frame dwelliug bouse, one story and a half high, 10x25 feel frame barn 27x37 feet, and a shingle house 15x21 ieet. The suid land is all im proved aud under a good f.ale of cultivation and bus two living stream of water thereon. Also All that certain piece, parcel or lot of ground situate in the borough ot St Marys, tlU county, Pennsylvania, known in the map or plan ot said borough as lot JNo 10. on Centre street containing 100 feet front on taid street by 200 feel in depth. upon which ia erected a two-story frame dwelling house, 24x33 feet; also, an old shop, one-story aud e half high, 20x33 feet, Said lot is enclosed by a substantial fence, and has a well of water thereon, being the same lot conveyed to Joseph Wiudlelder by VYalburger Trench, executrix of Maihias Trescb, deceased, by deed dated October 8th, 1874. Also All those two certain town lotsiu the borough it St. Mary's in the county of Elk State ol Pennsylvania, situate ou Centre street, eacn comaiuiug in tront on Centre street one hundred feet by two hundred feet deep ut right angles, aud being numb era seven aud nine ou Centre street uo oordingiotbe map or plan of the borough of st Marys, upon which is erected a rame dwelliug bouse, two stories high, 18x30 feet, with frame wing attached, one story and a half high, 2oxd8 ieet; also, a two story trume building and atone basement, oOiGO ieet, used as a brewery and licensed hotel, with shtd attached, 12x30 feet, two underground beer vaults, steam engine and other fi xture belonging to said trowtry; 'c? frame building, two stories high, 30x88 feet, used as a public hall; also, a frame barn, 20x41 feet, with ash -d attached, 14x29 feel; also, a stable attached, 14x40 feet, a stable and wngon shed, 81x31 feet, shop and ware house, 2lSx3,' feet, a frame dwelling house, 10x25 feet, an ioe house, coal shed and other out buildings; also, two good wells of water upon said lots. The said bui'dings are all in a good stale of repair, and tho brewery is in good running order. llcHorving, however, out of Ihe foregoing premises the following described piece of hind: Itegiutiing at n point on the line of W. Lyon lot, 111! feet from the southwest oorticr; of lot No H above described; Ihence along W Lyons line north 2HJ west 170 feel, to a post, being (irissonholf s south west, comer thence north (i(IA cant I.YOfm't to a post on tho right bank of a run; Ihenco along said run flout Ii lt'ij)9 rait. 170 feel In apsl in the run near the right batik of Ilio sumo; Ihenco south lilj wos, 18 feot lo tho placo of beginning, containing 5,385 square foot. Being Ilio land heretofore sol.l and ojiiveye.l by tho Deft. Joseph IVindfoldor lo John Leber. Also reserving out. nf th rear end of lot No 7 a piece of bind 30x1 Oil feet, being the sumo land which the Deft conveyed to Leonard Hoffman, now owned by nnd iu Ihe tho poesessl.iu of Casper Webner. Also. All those certain lots nf lnnd in the township of Benzinger, Elk county. Pennsylvania, situate in Windfoldcr's ad dition to (he borough of 81 Marys bounded on the north by Depot street, on the cast by P. it K. railroad and Fochlman's land, on Ihe south by Mrs. Kckel's land, ami on the west by M. (Halt's land and Bibcrgcr prop crty, described as follows to-wit: First. One lot on the cast side of Wind fcldir street., being 135 feet long on said street, on the south side 117 feet, on the east sido, bordering on the P. (it E. Railroad properly, 100 fool, an! on the north side, bordering ou Depot street, 140 feet, upou which is erected two friimo dwelling hnu-es, each one and a half stories high, 17x25 feet, wood house and coal shed 17x18 feet, an 1 one other frame dwelling house, one story high, 18x32 feel. Second. Ono lot south of the above on east sido of Winfeldcr street, containing in front on said street. 121 feel, on the south side along Elk creek 100 feci, on the east side 125 fet, aud on the north side 117 feet, upon which is erected two frame dwelling houses, each one story high, oue 17 by 25 feet and the other 25 by 27 feet, one barn; 12 by 10 feet and one coal shed. Third One lot on cast side of Winufelder street commencing ou the southwest corner; ihence aloug Wiudlelder street 9G feet; thence along fierocy's lot on the northside 238 leet; Ihence along Fochliuan's lund ou east side 95 feci; thence ou south side along Mrs. Eckel's land 238 feet, upon which is erected a two-story frame dwelling house 21x31 feet, and a coal shed, beiug the same lot which the defendant by articles of agree ment, sold to Putrick Muleny, Fourth One lot ou west sido ofWindfcl dcr street, containing in front on said street 55 feet ou the south side, 229 feet, border ing on Sullivan lot, on west side, along M. Glatts land 59 feet, and ou north side aloug Elk creek 234 leet, upon which is a living spring of water, said lot being knewn as John Gibbon's lot. Fifth One lot on west side of Windfel ler street, containing in front on said street 45 ft., on ihe south side along Elk creek 131 feet on the west side 45 feet, aud on the north side 133 feet upou which is erected a one and a half story dwelling house frame. 17 by 2i leet Sixth One lot on west side ol rtindiei- der street, containing in front on said street lOOfeet.on the south side 13J iiet, on Ihe west side 118 teet and on the northside Ida feet upon which is errected two frame dwelling i, 1J ttories high, 17x25 feet, a coal house, &c; also, u living spring ot water upon this lot. Seventh. One lot fronting on Depot St. 50 leet, ou the east side uloug Widow Sim inons' lot 75 feet, on the south Bide along Sinnel's land 50 feet, und on the west side along Koger Welsh lot 7-3 feel, upon which is erected a frame dwelliug house, one story hizh 1ix2j Ieet, a trame barn rjxiz leet; also, a good spring of water on the lot, being the same lot which tho said dcfeudanl sold to George Weis, by articles of agreement. Also. All thai certain parcel or piece ol laud situate iu the borough of St. Marys, Elk county, Pennsylvania, known us the Al pine House lot, bounded and described as follows, lo-wit; Begiuning at a post ou Washington street, being the northeast cor ner of land lately owned by B. Eckel; thence south 13 east along said Eckel's lund; ninety-two feet and oue. sixteenth of a foot to the southeast corner of said EcKtl's laud ihence south 80J weit eighty-two and five tenths feet to a post; theuce south 37 i" east ninety-nine eel more or less, to the hue of the Philadelphia and Erie railroad; thence along the liue of suid railroad north 42 40 east lt)7 feet to b post; thence north 9 west 159 feet, more or less, to a post on the line of .Vashington street; Ibence; south 81 west (jo 5 leet to the place of heginning, containing 13.088 square feet of land more or less, upon which is creeled a two-story frame dwelling house, 21x31 feet, with ad dition one story high, 8x31 leet one frame barn, 12x20 feet, and an ice house. A good well of water on the lot Also One other piece of ground in the borouch of SI. Marys, Elk county, l'enu sylviuia. described us follows, to-wit; Be ginning at a point on the Philadelphia and Erie railroad depot load, at Ihe Lort beast coiner of Jno. King s lot; thence north o" 40' east loU feet, more or less, to the north -eust corner of Louis Burger'B lot; thence south 32-1 cast one hundred and seveuty- ihree (173) feet; Ihence north 73 west 70 r .L I. -.IU ...... Tl .l...n. leei; mence uuiui (uj icdi (a cct, iucuvb south 83 west sixty-two leet; more or less, to the rear line of John King's lot; Ihence west 2 ) feet to the place ot bcgmuiug containing 1-3,004 square feet, more or less, upon which is erected one frame barn, 40x 48 feet, and a harness room, 10x10 leet. Seized, taken iu execution and to be sold as the property of Joseph Wind.elder. ALSO. All tho right, title, Interest, claim uml ili-innliil nf the lll lendll nt ill unci to those twoeertnin town lots sltuntein the borough of Kt. Murys, Klk county, Pennsyis'aniu, ueing lots .No. 1 u nil Sou Purl street on the nuip or plan of I.uhr's uddllion of lit. Mury's horoimli. each beiim fifty feet front on Park street und one hundred and thirteen leet deep. On No. 1 Is erected u two-story frame dwelling house, lti.;x feet. Buld house has a good stoned cellar thereunder, nnd tho lots huvo n good well of water thereon, are under fence aud imuroved. Said lots are the sumo purchased by the said defendant of t'hurlL-s l.uhr, by articles of agreement. Seized, taken In execution uud to be sold as the property of Phillip Sheclur. TEHMS OF BALE; The following must bo strictly complied with u-hi'ii the nronertv is struck off: 1. All bills must be paid ill full, except where the plaintiff or other lien creditor becomes the purehuser, lu which case tho costs ou the writs must be paid, as well as ull liens prior to that of the purehuser, and a duly certified list of Hens shall bo furnished, including mortgage searches on the property sold, to gether with such lieu creditor's receipt for tho amount of the proceeds of tho sale, or such portion thereof us he shall uppeur to be entitled to. 2. All sales not settled Immediately will be continued until six o'clock P. M., ut which time all nronertv not settled for will again bo nut uu. aud sold ut the expense und . ibk of the person to whom it was first struck oil, HI1U WHO, ill Uinv ul uciiuiciiujr m auvu ic-wiic, shall make good the same, and in noinsUtneo will the deed be presented in court lor coii tlrinullou unless the bid is actually settled lor with tho Shcrin us DAN I F.I. SCULL, Sheriff. Sheriffs Office, Rldgwuy, Pu. I An if. Uvti. I See 'union's Digest, Bth edition, page 446: Bmitu s r onus, pugenoi. ADJUMSTIUTOU'S JiOTlCE. Efatato of Corneliutf Wainwright dee'd. Letters Teatamentury upon the ahove estate have been granted to the un dersigned, all persona indebted to suid estate are reuuestea to muke payment, uud those having chains to present the same witnout aeitty to RALPH JOUXSON, Adair Washington. AusriiHt 80. The Hen- rctary of War in jiurmmnee of tho Into army appropriation hill limiting the number of entlHtuil men to ",5,Ono, him ismtu'cl an order honorably dUclmrirlnii sixteen hospital HtewanlM. 'J' ho wholii number of Htewardu In the army wan xio, tint UoiiKrcHH! having liitulo appro priation for 2tKl only, It, wan inwiiwnry to dlHehnrgo (he number iibovp men tioned. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Olir llllVK life line Blool Engrnvinq of he Praaldanlial Cunril- daloHt'll riipMly. Hentl lor elieiiliir. N." Y. Kit KtnvliiK t'o., lift Wall HI reel, Jinx 11230, N. Y. AGENTS MAK K 1 A DAY AilmliiMr-nlor'M No) lee. Eslnlo of M Inlinid llnimlln dmieiiHrd. Li tter VeHtainriitart upon Ihn abnvn csliilc have been grim I ml lo Ihn under signed, all persons Indebted In said es tate nro rcqueslud lo ninka payimiul., nnd I hose having chums to present the same without delay In K27ttt JOHN B. HIUXDI.K, Adm'r Nollee. Notice in hereby given that W. II. OHterboiit, K. K. (Jienh, H. A. Olm Htciul, CIiiim. Meiul, T. 8. Hartley, C. 10. ilolmluy and Jacob M'Cutilcy in tend to miiUc application for the in corporation of tbciiiHclvcH and hucIi other us mIimII iiMxociatu with them. under the corporate name and ntyle of "The TruKteeH of the M. K, Church of ltlitgway." The object or hucIi Incor poration to be, to promotethe worship, of Alllliehtv dial nceorilinir to tbc faith of the Al. 10. Church, at Itidgway in 101k Co., 1'a. KKUJD. SC1KEN1NG, Clerk. n-28-3t. Pli. VVnehtel, St. Marys 1'a. repre sents tho following Conipunys for 101k and McKcatl counties- North llriiish and .Mercantile.27,oOO 000 lOma, Hartford 7,000,000. ruterson, N. J ItiO.OOO Amazon of Ci ncitiiiat i 1 ,000,000 Herman American, N. Y 2,000,000 Niagara, IN Y 1,500,000 Kocliester, Ta mo.OOO -.t.l3 " ' ' Trial List. 1. W. C. Hcaly vs. Isaac and Abrani Bowman, No. 84, August Term 1872. 2 The Spring Hun Coal Company vs. Momas Tozler iSo. 10, January Term, ion. .- 3 John Timor vs. 11. oouwaru et al. No. 6, Auinist Term, 1870. 4 M. v. Tyler vs Tlie Uennett s Branch Improvement Co. et al. No. 3, August 1'erm. 1874 6 j. v. iiouk vs' isaiyer Jackson No. 13 January Term, 187o. 0 A. Yoir it sou vs .Mai tin Imiz. No '2-K Wept. Term, 1875. i. J. YV. Jirown vs. u. 1. l'olen No. 51. Sept Term, 1875. Ueorge 11. Page vs. u. ft. lyier. .No. ti-i. bcnteniber Term, ia7o. u. The Columbia insurance uo. vs Jacob Kruus No 24:i, September Term 187J 10 The Columbia Insurance Co. vs (tcorge Schaut No 214 September Term, 18o 11 llie Uoitimuia insurance to. vs Anthony Schauer No 215, September Term, 18ij- 12 The Columbia Insurance Co. vs Anirelica Kluusiuaa, Ex'r, &c. No 2oi. ScDteiuber Term. 187-3 is 1) J Ai'Uonuia vs .Maiun p.nz. Xo B2, Kevember Term, 175- 14 Jl lA'sscr vsj JlouK, exe cutrix of J V Iiouk, Dec'd No 141, January Term, 1870. FUEL). .-UlH-r,-MiU, I'lO. The National Pnrk Bank,! In tho Court of ul .Miw lorK, I common i-ieus vs. of blk County. Robert Ilaisoy and Hon y Xo. lus, September llalsey. J jerin. isiu. WlllTOl,' tOltKIGN ATTACH illi AT. Elk Count n. . ..--iv T he Common wcaiiu of I en n- MRA L. 'Kl-I v.-lli i:L In llie Sbcriir of Ml ill CTTCounty, greeting: Ve maud you that you attach Ilobert lialhi'V ami licliiy llalsey, tale oi your County, by all and singular tue lioods and chatiles, lands and leue- meiiis, moneys, rights and credits of UiesaiU Ueienuaiils, or euner oi inem, iu whose hands or possession or cus tody of any person or persons whatso ever, and summon each person or per sons us garnishees, in plea of debt, so that they be and appear beiore our Court ot Common I'leas, lo lie iioiuen ut K'djrwiiy, iu and for said Cottnly on llie TTHUU JH CIA 1AY Ul' ftJiP TKM1JKK MOXT, theie to answer The JSalional Tark liaiiK, ot JNew York. Aud, also (hat you summon the said clai'iiishecs (the pel sou or persons in whose hands and properly of the saul liouert llalsev or iTcni. y naisey may be found,) so that they be and appear before your said Court on the THI11D MONDAY OF SKI'TIOM 15KR N EXT, to answer what shall be objected against lliein, and aoiue by the udtfenient of the Court I Herein Ami have you then und there this writ. Witness the Honorable L. D. Wet- more, President Judj;e of our said Court, at Itidgway, this 11th day of July, A. U. itMi. FUED. SCHUONINO, Prothonotary A true copy. Attest Daniel Scull., Sheriff. Sheriffs Office, Itidgway, Pa., July lilS7-l-7t., A CARD- To all who are sufrerinsr from the errors ami indiscretions of youth. nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, d-c.. 1 will send a recipe that will cure you, FUfcfi OFC1IAUGE. This great remedy was discovered uy a mis sionary in South 'America. Scud a self atldressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. Ism ax, Station D. Bible Home New York City. NEW LIVERY STABLE IN DAN SU1U11NEH WISHES TO IN loriu the Cittzeos of llidgway, and the public gCLerally, that be litis Btarted a Liv ery Stable and will keep GOOD STOOK.GOOD CARRIAGES Buggies, to let upou VUe most reasoua ble terms g,He will also do job teaaing. Stable on Broad street, above Main All orders left at the Post Office will is eel prompt attention Au 20 1 870. tf. LIFE, Growth, BEAUT 1. LONDON HAIRfcOLOR RESTORER LONDON HAIR COLOR RESTORER Not Dye; makes liarsh hair soft and sllkyi olcansi-s Ihn scalp from all Impurities, causing ihn linlr lo grow where It lias fallen n If or hemiiun Ihln. Ciiii lin applied by Ihe hand as II does not slain Ihn skin (irnll the II nest linen. An A Hair liiessing It Is the mips I. imifeat Ihn world has nvnr produced. Tho hair Is re novated and Mlritiigilieiie.l, and natural t'o'nr rnsluted without Hie application of mineral substance. Kincn the introduction of this truly valu able prepiirali'in into tills country, it lias bren Ihn wonder and ad.nii iillon if all clas ses, ah it has proved In ha Ilia only article I hut. will absolutely without, deception, re- slum gray hair toils original jolor, healili softness, lustre and beauty, nnd produce hnir mi bald heaiU of its original growth nnd color. This beautiful and fragrantly perfumed articlo is completo within itself, no washing or preparation before or after ils use, or accompany incut of any kind being required lo obluin these desirable results. Hera Is tha Proof ol Ils SUPERIOR EXCELLENCE. 'end this Homo Certificate, testified lo by Edward II. Gurrigues one of the most competent Druggists and Chemists of Phila delphia, a man whose veracity none can doubt. 1 nui happy to add mv testimony to the great value of Ihe London liair Color he storer which restored my ha.r to its origi nal Color, and the hue appears to be per manent. I am satisfied that this prepara tion not a dye but operates upon the se cret ions. It is also a beautiful hair dress ing and promotes the growth. I purchased Ihe fi et bottle from Kdward B. Uarrigues, drugaisl, Teoth and Coales street, who can also testify my hair was quite gray when 1 commenced iib use. AIMS. M1LLLK, Wo 7.'!0 North Ninth street, Phila. Dr. rwayue a Sou, Kesnected friends: I have the pleasure to inform you that lady of my acquaintance, Mrs. Miller is delighted with the success of your London Hnir Color Hesioier." tier hair was last restored, the falling off entirely stopped, and a new growth of hair is the result. . 11. OAKK10UKS, Druggist, cor Tenth aud Coates, Phila. BOSTON TESTIMONY. July 22d, 1871. Dr. Swayne & Son: Last winter while in Treuton, N. 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F.-iee ii C-.j. ptr Ciis. 3 Clio: for CO Cti. lly mail 3j C'ts. Uy mail 75 Ct. Main Depot at I Jr. Von Dyko's Otloc, No. 1321 Green St Pliiladulphia. Sold by all Drucclsts. USE NO OTHER. 1 F YOU WANT TO 1JUY GOODS CHEAP OO TO JAMES H- HAGERTY Main Street, Uidgwny, l'a. RY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, GLASS AND QUEENS WARE, WOOD AND WILLOW-WARE, TOUAUCO AND CIGARS. A Lar;e Stock of Groceries and Provisions. The BEST BRANDS of FLOUR Ccnstantly on baud, acid sold as cheap aa tbo CHEAPEST. JAMES H. IIAGERTY. LOUIS HAAS, SIAXUFACTUKEB OF BILLIARD, CROQUETTE AND TEN PUT BALLS, Turner in Horn, Hard and Soft Wood All kinds of Tool Handles, &c. Rear of '20 North Hucond St., (Second Floor,) Philadelphia, Pa. nld-lt. WANTED! General Agents in every town in the United States for the Adjustable Pick, with a combination of eight tools completo in ona vis: pick, mattock, adze, lamping iron, sledge, axe and pole bead, or any other tool that can be inserted in sockets at about one fourth cost uf ordinary tools. J. V. LArritrv., AJ-,uatutle Tick Co., 133 South 2dbt., FhiU ., Chamber of Com. incrce.