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Henry A. rarsons, Jr., Editor.
THURSDAY, 'NOV. OTII.. 1870.
Comity Ite-sn t.
In tlita isi'ii we give Uu official vote
of Elk County in fill!. .')iv U'ttil voto
polled 'in tin- StM'J ti'.'kut wdt 1914,
thu hiivrost. v.'te tfi-c t. unity overcast.
The ItopiMioiai fitst f24; the Denio
erntil3io, aad the Peter Cuuper man
fi'i votes. Iliiiuui! plummy over
Hayes U 700. l')r. Enrley rrivwl ?77
and Sc')8!t!iin Wlmmcr 8'l votes;
Karlev'i rinlority 70. The '.et ton of
Dr. Earloy It a result to which the Re
mthlteiiiis of the county contributed
largely, nnd Mr. Earioy's election Is in
no wise ft Democratic victory, but,
rather the triumph of worth over brn-
zcii'ies. Wo feel, in thin connection,
like cmijrruUilating the people of the
whole county over their escape from a
representative who woefully misrepre
sented them. The largest majority for
Eurley was in Khhrwny township
where he received 841 and Whinner 7
n majority of 834 for Earley. 'Barley's
majorities in the other townships wcro
as follows: Horton 102; Fox 8,1; Jones
60; Spring Creek 47; llighlund 2 J;
Honezette 10; Wimmer's majorities;
were art follows; Renzinger 318; St,
Murv'8 240;MillMone 10; Jay 6. Rldg-
way township polled the largest vote.
8U0, in the county; Renzinger next
838; Sr. Marys polled 298; Fox 245;
Jvn-cs 1 ;'; Kcuezetteli7; Jay 122; Hor
ton 110; Spring Creek 48; Millstone f9
llighlund 'iZ; Highland la.t year cast
13 votes; and at this rate of increase by
another your will be counted tho ninth
or tenth precinct instead of the
eleventh, in point of numbers. In
Hhlgwny township on the State ticket
the re-u it shows a. voto of '853 althoug
the fact !s she rolled 3U0 votes as we
stated above; it thus appears that
men did not vote the istnte ticket. M
J. it tie our candidate lor Associate
Judge, did not receive the vote wo had
a right to expect he would in Ridg-
wav. His voto should huve reached
Mr. Enr'cy's names; and although Mr
I.'tt.'e ran ahead of his vrrty vote, the
Republicans ns n party feel as though
tin v 1:;:1 1 ecu used budiy, and we con
wo thiii -. with justice, accuse the
r(iiii-ci':i!s of Itidgwny township, at
I'-a-t, with a stronger love of party
ihaii political fairness. This remark
of ecu i;, this not apply to those
Democrats who supported Mr. Little,
n nd the figures show there were sixty'
n vcn of Unit cluss, at least Mr. Little
ran sixtveven ahead of hi ticket
Wc deplore the small voto of Mr
Little for two reasons, first tho fact
was plain to every man that It was
necessary to the best interests of the
county that nn- Associate Judge should
be located at the county seat, second
H..wi!! " er tu'ter be impossible to In
D'emocratio nominee no patter how
strung the local ligl. t :;iay be. And
more than this tliove is created
puny feeling that should not exist 1
the selection of county olllcers. The
miin argument that induced the
Jiiiis Republicans to vote for Mr.
Earlcy was the a.vsir.-anso that the
'jeinociv.ls of Ridgway township
would support Mr. Little. Of course
hud any work been done umong the
Democrats here on election day Mr.
Little's voto could have been increased
one t,r two hundred. Rut Mr. Little
die! nut receive (he vote and his
friends are not KitKflcil. The deiVai
of .Martin (.'lover- for jury commis
r l.;nt.r siumid nut have been, and
ould easily have baen prevented had
any one gnt:-:-id the result. Mr.
Ciover run abend of his party vote,
however, which is some conciliation to
his friends. Hereafter wc will not
consider the election of even Jury Com
missioner certain, m Elk county. To
conclude we wish to admonish our
Republican friends that we lack one
thing in this county most essential to
success, and that is organization and
concert ud action.
Thanksgiving-day in the State.
In the name and by the autliority of
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
I, John F. Itartmnft, Governor of the
said Commonwealth: Notwithstand
ing! ha present depression-of business
and tho accompanying distress, the
people of the country continue to en
joy manifold Ide.sringtf, ami the more
p.riai!y in the prcsrvation of their
Institutions and liberties through the
vicissitudes of a century; and iu the
steadfast faith that the light of God's
favor is only temporarily dimmed by
the clouds that darken tho country.
Now, therefore, I, John F. Hartranft,
Governor of Pennsylvania, do recom
mend I hut the good people of this
C-oiiunotiwii'lth, laying aside all
secular occupations, assemble together
in their respective places of worship
on Thursday, the 30th day of Novem
ber, 170, being the same day ?et apart
therefore by the President of the
United States, to- give thanks to Al
mighty God for His contiuued kind
ness, and to merit by prayer and
thankfulness the fulfillment of all
reasonable hopes and the gratification
of all just desires.
CMven under my hand and the gTeat
voal of the State at Harrisburg this,
the tbhty-ilrst day of October, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and seventy-six, and of the
Commonwealth ths one hundred and
11 ret.
J. F. IIARTRANFT.
By the Governor:
M. S. Quay,
fiecretary of the Common wealtht
Call at tho corner of Main and
Mill Street for your Stovea and Tin
mi
Murderess who will not be hanged.
In the Criminal Court at Washing
ton on Tuesday Johanna Turbln, col
ored, who, on Saturday last, was con
victed of murder in the first degree,
with a recommendation that Execu
tive clemency be extended, was sen
tenced by Judge Mac Arthur to be
hanged on Friday, December 29. In
passing sentence the Court said: I do
ot know that it lias ever fallen to the
lot of a judicial ofllcer In this dist rict
to pronounce sentence of death on one
f your sex. This may bo accounted
for by the fact that women observe
the law better than men. The crime
of which you have been convicted is a
most atrocious and revolting one,, and
perhaps there never was one commit
ted by cither sex which surpasses it in
utrocity. Tho victim wa9 your hus
band, and after inflicting the fatal
blow you uiulilatod the body in the
most barbarous manner. I f there was
ever a esse in which capital punish
nient is deserved, this Is the case
Judge MacArthur continued, remark
ing that the jury had a repulsion to
the execution of a woman, and they
had petitioned for the intervention of
executive clemency, and after passing
the sentence he would sign a paper
which would give her her life. He ad
vised her that her life would be passed
In prison; that she need entertain no
hope of ever escaping therefrom, for
he was assured that Executive
clemency would grant her no further
boon than her life, and he urged that
she should pray God to be a lenient to
her as the law has been.
List of Jnrors
drawn for November Term 1876:
GRAND.
Bcnezctte Geo. Rothrock, farmer.
Benzinger Philip Kreckle, farmer;
Peter Wilhelm, farmer; Charles Rit-
ter, farmer.
Fox N. . Bundy, farmer; John B.
Cuneo, farmer; U. W. Rogers, farmer;
Wni. E. Hewitt, farmer; Eugene A
Thompson, farmer; Thomas Dollinger
blacksmith; Michael Gillen, stone
mason.
Highland E. Hovencamp, school
teacher.
Horton John Keltz, millwright
Edwin Aldin, laborer; S. M. Bundy,
laborer.
Jay Cornelius Connely, laborer;
Luther Lucore, farmer.
Jones-Joseph Houghtaillng, laborer.
Millstone Harrison Catts, lumber
man. Ridgway M. J. Early, physician;
David S. Luther, carpenter; James
M' Govern, laborer.
St. Mary's Lewis Geise, laborer; B.
F.Lawrence, laborer.
TRAVERSE.
Benezette R. W. Petrtken, fanner
Benzinxer John Kissel, school
teacher; John Kreckle Jr. laborer;
John Gregory, fanner;. John Kralgle,
farmer; Jacob Hants, farmer.
Fox Patrick Callahan, farmer;
wimuu ouuuj, r..vri ChaiUa
Brown, farmer: Geonw vwiu.1.
mer; Robert M. Wilson, farmer;
James R. Taylor, ' farmer; Joseph
Schriver, Laborer; Samuel Brown,
laborer; C. R.- Keltz, millwright;
Joseph Enmtett, blacksmith.
Hortou John Brown, farmer;
Stephen Fox, farmer.
Jay L. E. Leggett, laborer.
Jones Charles Horton, laborer,
Jackson Lucore, laborer.
Ridgway Walter S Service, gen
tleman; Samuel W. Miles, plasterer;
G. G. Messenger, merchant; B. F. Ely
lumberman.
Spring Cieok Mathew Shauley,
laborer.
St. Marys Xaverius Haberbush,
carpenter; Anthony Bieberger, car
penter; Joseph Kraft, carpenter;
Michael Bauer, stone mason; Philip
Fisher, bar lender: Henry Foehtman,
blacksmith; John Frcindle, black
smith; John Leitner, painter; Joseph
Deitz, shoemaker; James Rogun,
hotel keeper.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
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Co., Pa., takes this method of
announcing to the citizens e Elk
county, that she lias 011 hand an assort
ment of fashionable millinery goods
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making in ull its brances.
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SHERIFF'S SALES.
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri
facias, alias fieri facias, venditioni
expenas, levaria facloa alias levari
facias, and testatum fieri facias issued
out of the Court of Common Pleas of
Elk county, and to me directed, I,
DANIEL SCULL, High Sherlir of
said county, do-hereby give notice that
I will expose to public sale or outcry,
at the Court House, iu Ridgway, at
one o'clock r. an. on
MONDAY NOVEMBER, 20TII, 1876.
ALL the right and title of Daniel
Hcribner to the following described
real estate situated in the Village of
Ridgway in the County of Elk State
of l'ennsylvanla to wit:
HeiHg the south halves of Lots No.
70 and 71 agreeable to the map or plot of
the town or village of Ridgway as Re
eordvd iu tho office for Recording
Deeds in and for said county and be
ing of ground conveyed to Elbina C
Horton wife of Charles A Horton by
Henry Souther, wife and Albert Wil
lis by deed dated July 2d 1869 and Re
corded in the Recorders Otttce hi and
for said county the Mh day of July
1859 in Deed Book "H-' page 167 Ac,
which was also, conveyed by Charles
Hortvu ami wife to Charles McVean
by deed dated the 8th day of May
1861, and recorded In deed book "M"
page 80 etc., and the same laud con
veyed to the parties of the first part by
Charles McV can and wife, by deed
dated the 6th day of April, 1867,
and recorded as aforesaid in deed book
"M" page 8U c, reference thereat
had. the recital of title, will more fully
appear. Also being the property
known as tue uavm iiiuuer iovs.
. There is erected on said lots a two
story frame dwelling house 20 by 25
feet, aitaition oy a) icei. aiso a
frame barn 35 by 50 feet
Seized and taken Into excutlon as
the property of Daniel Scribner, at
sale of Edwin Paine for use.
ALSO, all that certain town lot in
the Borough of St. Mary's Elk County
State of Pennsylvania, situate on east
side of St Michael street, containing
one hundred feet front on said St.
Michael street, by two hundred feet
deep at right angles, and known as
lot 10. do. on saiu ot. juicnaei street,
according to the map or plan of said
Borough of St. MaryV Upon which
is erected a nlank house 10x20 feet. H
stories and a good soring of water
thereon.
Seized and taken la execution as the
property of John Huber, at ' suit of
Jacob ttappci now ior use 01 rraun
Locker.
ALL of the defendant Interest
in and to the following real estate
situate In BcnzinEer Township, Elk
County, Pennsylvania, being parts of
warrants INOs. 4iu3anuio. iouuoeu
and described as follows: Beirlnning
at a post at tne southwest corner of
tuna orsiepneu nenry, saiu post uemg
likewise the northwest corner of the
land being described, thence along the
line of said Henry's land and other
lands east three hundred and fourteen
(314) rods to a iiost; thence south one
hundred and twenty-four and two
tenths (124 2-10) rods to a beech; thence
west one hundred and tifty-flve and
two-tcntlis (too s-iu) rous to a post;
thence south one hundred and twenty
three and six-tenths (123 6-10) rods to
a post on the north line of Krieglo's
land; thence along said line south
(8D jj) west one hundred , and twelve
and eight tenths (112 8-10) rods to a
post, on the east side of the Olean or
North St- Mary's Road; thence along
said road north westerly two hundred
and fifty-three (253) rods to the place
of beginning, containing three Iiun
dred and twenty-three and eigbt
teutbn '323 8-10) acres and allowances
Seized and taken in execution as
the property of Nelson Wemmer &
John P. Wemmer, Copardners, trad
ing as N. J. Wemmer Son, at suit of
the Union Banking Company.
TERMS OF SALE.
Tb following must be striolly complied
with wben the properly is struck off: ,
1. All bids must be paid in fell, except
where the plaintiff or other lien creditor be
comes the purchaser, in which case the
costs on the writs must be paid, as well as
ail liens prior to thst of the purobaser, and
a duly certified list of lien shall be
furnished, including mortgage searches on
the property gold, togeiher with such lien
creditor's receipt for the amount of the
proceeds of the sale, or sites portion tnereof
as he shall appear 10 be entitled to.
2 All sales not settled immediately will
be continued until six o'clock, P. M., at
which time all property not settled for will
again be pat up, ami sold at the expense and
risk of the person- to whom it was first
struck off, and who in case of deBcienoy at
such re-salc, shall make good the same and
in no instanoe will the deed be presented in
court for confiuiation unlesi the bid is
actually settled for with the Sheriff as
DANIEL SCULL, 8hriff
Sheriff's Office. Ridgway, Pa.
October, 26, 1876
8ee PurdoH's Digest, 9th edition, page
446: Smith's Form page 384-
Aduiiuitftrator's Notice
Estate of M ichael Heindle deceased.
Letter of Administration upon the above
estate have been granted to the under
signed r all persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make payment, and
those having claims te present tbe lame
without delay to
N27tS JOHN . HEINDLE, Admrr
AKUXISTBATOK'S NOTICE.
Estate of Cornelius Wainwright,
dee'd.
Lettert Testamentary upon- the above
estate have been granted to the un
dersigned, all persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make payment,
and those having claims to- present
the same without delay to
RALPH JOHNSON, Admr.
A CARL
T all who are Buffering from the
errors and indiscretions of youth,
nervous weakness, early decay, loss of
manhood, dVc, I will send a recipe that
will cure you, FEfciJ OFCHAKOE. This
great remedy was discovered by a mis
sionary in South America. Send a self
aduressea envelope to tne Kit. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, Bible Home New
York City.
TEAMING.
The undersigned having providep
himself with a team of horses, watron.
etc., is prepared to do Job teaming of
an uescnpuon. a targe stoca or sea.
soned hardwood on hand, and for sale
at reasonable figures. Your patronage
is solicited.-
W. A. DERBY.
Sept 21s 1876.8m.
Executors' Notice,
Estate of Frederick Dlppold, de
ceased. Letter Teutamentary upon the
above estate have been granted to the
undersigned, all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make pay
ment, and those bavi-ng elaima to pre-
OUb ill
le same without delay te
CHARLES LUHR,
O. L. BAYER ) Ex
re
LM of Cafes to be tried In Elk County
Vourt, November Term, 1878.
T1VIL LIST.
1 John Todo vs II. Woodward et
al. No 6 August term, 1 H70.
n 1.11. ... - .. . 1. . r ,.a & I
a j-.uua moj't.r wr. w. iihjtb rv m.
No 17, April term. W
X Souther, Willis A HouthervsJC
llouk, executrix:, 0V0. No, 81, Septem
ber tcrui, m7' v
4 J. V. llouk vs Haylor Jackson.
No 1", January term 1871.
6 Hurah V. Wilcox, widow, etc vs
Jesse and John 1'latt. No 21 May
term, 176
0 J 11s K V Hall Vs L -Kuneset al,
No W; May term 187&
7 Cornell us Wsluwrlbl vs Wal
lace II Johnson et al No 14, Heplom
bcr term 1875.
X The Columbia Insurant Co vs
Jacob Kraus, No !M-t Heptember
term l87
9 Tho Columbia Insurance Co. vs
Geo Helmut- No 151 1, Heptember term,
1875
10 The Columbia insurance Co vs
Anthony Hchauer. No 21, Heptem
ber term lS'fi
11 The Columbia Insurance to- vs
Angelica Klausmaii. Kx'r, Ac. No 201
HcDtember term. 1870
12 J. w. Urown vs 1 H. t'oien.
No ill, Heptember term, 1876
in jonn Nunn vs I.ewisw uoutt
No 44, November term. 187'
11 t,ienora Wa ker.sc vs josenn
Scliger. No 3!i, Heptember term, 170
Owe at Ittuc and undetermined in
Elk County Common l'Ua, at No
vember Term, 187V " '
1 Ilirtnan Wiuidward- vs Tliomas
Tnizer. No 'Jt". November term, l8M.
'I A II Packard vsjolin Kauletal
No 18. A mil term 1870
o is a nceu vs jt u liowman. no
21. ADrilterm. 1870.
4 m Ai'cuuougu vs jacoD jvt cauiey
JNo 3V. Annl term. 1870.
5 V. L. Barnes vs the Tannerdale
Coal Co. No 1. November term 1870
H George Hchnelder vs George
Decker No 10 Novermber term, I81O
7 lteuben Winslow vs Edwin
Fletcher No 26 November term, 1870
8 Johnathan lioynton et al vs A
C Finney et al. No 1 January term
1871
9 Daniel Stroop ts D F Anderson
et a:, xso z January term, ion.
10 Frank A Loescb et al. vs Frank
Keller. No 23. Avril term 1872
11 Issac P Martin vs G Dickinson
No 27. Auirust term. 1872
12 Borough of St. Marys vs Charles
&ttCen. JNo a. .November term, iwz
13 Thomas Keller vs. The Penna
It R Co. No 16. November Term
1872.
14 Borough of 8t Marys vs Charles
Kuncu. o z-i, isovemoer term, iota
15 The Kt Marys Coal Co vs
tieorce Hettsrer. No 25, November
term. 1872
10 August fceger vs Martin Hurb
street- o 21, November term, 1S5
17 The Clarion itiver Nav. Co vs
Moore liros- No 44 January term,
187-;
18 John DuBoisys.M V Tyler. No
15 August term 1873
lit John DuKoia vs David Tyler
No 20, August term, 1874
20 Miles Dent vs Charles St John
et nl No 4 January term, 1S74.
21 The Com. of Pennsylvania use
of J A Hank vs Andrew Kaul. No
57, January term, 1874
i!2 mown & Htruthers Ironworks
vsJohn O Bryan. No 11, April term
1874
23 Elias Mac-key vs II May No 61
April term, 1874
24 Timothy Guflfoyle v Henry
Tietgc, No tit) April term, 1874
I'll 4jOllft
etc- No 12 April term, ls4
20 John Andrews s 4 5 Wheeler
& Co. No 63 April term 1874.
27 A Callen vs Moore Bros- No 65,.
April trro, 1874
28 H V- Wilcox et al vs Jesse and
John Piatt No 21. May term, 1876
29 fconther, WiUU 4 Hoother vs
JeanetteC Houk, Ex Ac. No31 Hcp
tembcr term, 1n74
20 James K P Hall vs D Kunes and
Mary Kunea. No 15 Mav term, 1875
31 Cornelius Wainwright vs w H
Johnson ct nl. No 14 September term,
1875
82 J W Brown vs D B Polcn. No
61 Hept term, 1876
33 George II Page vs U 8 Tyler.
No 93 Hept term, 187o
8f A C Allen vs H W May. No
193 September term, 1875
35 Hamucl tiaerman vs W 8 Service
& Co No 253 September term 1S76
80 P Kcmmerer vs-Adam Kemmerer
No 31 Nov. term, 1874
37 The"-Columbia- Jfiisrrsrnce Co vs
J Kraus. No 23 Sept term, 1875
38 The Columbia Insurance Co vs
G Schaut. No 244 Sept term- 1876
89 The Columbia Insurance Co vs
Anthony Schaur No 245 September
term, 1876
40 Tbe Columbia Insurance Co vs
Angelica KteusEaan No 264 Septem
ber term. 1875
41 Enos Merer "vs VY91!r Wood..
2io 187 May term 187&.
42 Charles A Mayer vs David A
Pontiu No 153 May term 1878
43 Andrew Spillarje vs Michael
Glatt No 90 Sept term 1870-
44 John Tudor vs Hiram Woodward
etal
46 J V Houk vs 8 Jackson No 13,
Jan. term 1875
4tl Elias Moyer v P W Hayes No
17 April term. 1874 ,
47 Elenora Walker vs John' Scager
Pioaa sept term 187 0
48 John Mann vs Lewis 8 Dodd
No 44. Nov term, 1876.-
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that will absolutely without deception, re
store frrny hair toils original oolor, health
softness, lustre and beauty, and produce
hair on bald heads of its original growth
and color.
This beautiful and fragrantly perfumed
article is complote within itself, no washing
or preparation before or after us use, or
accuuianymctit of any kind bciog required
to obtain these desirable results.
Here Is the Proof of its SUPERIOR
EXCEU-EMCE.
A end this Home Certificate, testified In
hy Kdward B. Gurrigues one of the most
competent Druggists and Cuemists of Pliilu-
(lelntiim a mnn whose veracity none cat.
loubt.
i am happy to add my testimony to the
great value of the London Hair SJolor he
storer which restored my ha.r to- its origi
nal to'sr, and Mf hue appears to- ne per
manent. I am satisfied that this prepara
tion not a dve but operates upon the te-
cietiont. It is also a beautiful hair dress
ir-g and promotes the growth. 1 purchased
the first bottle from Edward B. Oarngues,
drnggisl, Tenth and Coates street, who can
also testify my hair was quite gray wnen 1
commenced lis nee. M Ka. MlLLhrl, no
730 North Ninth street, l'hila.
Dr. Swayne & Son, Kespecled frionds:-
I have tbe pleasure to inform you that a
lady of my acquaintance; Mrs. Miller is
delighted with the success of your London
Hair Color Restorer." Her hair was fast
falling and quite gray. The color has been
restored, the falling oil eutirely sioppea
an J a new growth of hair is the result.
. it. UAR1U0UE.S,
Druggist, cor Tenth and Contrs, Fhlla.
BOSTON TESTIMONY.
July 22d, 1B71. Dr. Swayno it Son:
Last winter while in Trenton, J., I pro
oured s.x bottles London Hair Color Ke
sioter, which I like y$ry much, in faol bet
ter thun any thing I have used- in the last
nine years. If you please, send me oue
dozen bottles COD care W 8 Fogler It
Son DruggiBts, No 723 Trcmont street,
Boston. Respectfully your?, A OA 1IAK.EU
No 69 Rutland Square.
London Hair Uolor Restorer ni.fi Dressing
lias completely restored my hair to its
original color and youthful beauty, and
caused a rapid and luxuriant growth.
MRS. ANNIE MUltHIS, Jo61oIOTtu
Seventh Street, Philadelphia.
Dr. Dalton of rniladclpiiia, says of it.
The London Hair Color HcnUrcr is used
very cxitsiifcivcly i.inong my patients- and
friends, as well'ss by myself. I therefcre
speak from experience.
75 CENTS PER BOTTLE,
Address orders to Dr. SWAVNE SON
330 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia, l'a.,
sole Proprietors.
SOLif iei.1Lr. liRUQGISTS
THE LUNGS
COKSTJltPTJ-OK!
Yi.Im JUtivMln.iNiil A........ ..mrl.iiit
and its premonitory symptoms, neglected
cough, nigbt sweats, hoarseness, wasting
nesh lever permanently cured by DJwTQB
SWAYKE'S CCMTCVNi, SYS?? OF VILii
liKUMjniTIS A premonitor or Pul
monary Consumption, is characterized by
catarrh, or inflamation of the inucum mem
brane of the air passages, with cough and
expectoration, short breath, hoarseness,
pains in the chest. For all bronchial affec
tions, sore throat, les of voice coughs,
DR. SWAYNE'K
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry
Id A tOVf.iltlON REMEDY
Hemorrhage, or Spitting of Blood, may
proceed from tbe larynx, irauhia, bronchia
or lungs and arises from various s&usca, as
undue physical exertion, p!othor, or fuil
nees of the vesnels, weak lungs, overetrain-
11 g of the voice, suppressed evacuation, ob
struction of the spleen or liver, &c.
Dr, Swayne's Compound Hyrtip of Wild
Merry.
striken at tbe root of disease by purifying
tbe blood, restoring the liver and kidneys
to healthy aoiion, mvigoratiag the nervous
syBteni.
1 lie ouiy standard remedy lor nemor-
rhane, bronchial and all pulmonary com
plaints. Consumptives or those predis
posed to Weak lungs should not fail to use
this gTeat vegetable remedy.
Its marvelous power, not only over con.
cumpt-on, but over every chronic disoase
where a gradual alterative action is needed
Under its use the cough is loosened, the
night sweats-diminished, tbe pain subsides,
the pulse returns to its natural standard,
the stomaou la Improved in its power to di
gest aad assimilate the food, and ever
organ lias a purer ana better quality 01
blood supplied to it, out of which rew re
creative and plastie material is made.
Prepared only by
DR.SWAYNE& SON,
839 Horth Sixth Street, Philadelphia.
Sold bt allPbominxxt Dkuouists.
Itching Piles!
PILES, PILES, ITCHING PILES,
rosiTiviiT cijtxo by lbs use of
SWAYNES OINTMENT
HOME TESTIMONY.
I was sorely afflicted with one of the most
distressing of all diseases Pruritus or Pru
rigo, or more commonly known as Itching
Piles. Tbe itching at times was almost in
tolerable, iiterease 1 bv scratching, aud not
unfrequently become quite soie. I bought
a box of Swayne's Ointment;, its use gave
quick relief, and in a short time made a
perfect cure- lean now sleep undisturbed,
aud I would advise all who are suffering
with this distressing complaint to procure
Swayne' Ointment at ouoe. I bad tried
prescriptions sIidobI innumerable, without
finding and permanent reuer.
JOSKPH W. CHRIST,
(Firm of Boedel & Christ.)
Boot and Shoe House 844 North Second
otreet, Philadelphia.
SKIN DISEASES.
Bwayne's All-beating Ointment is also
s specific for Tetter. Itch-, Salt Rheum,
Saald Head, Erysipelas, Barber's Itch
Blotches, all Scaly, crusty, eutaneoas Er
ruptions. Perfeotly safe and harmless
even on the most tender infant. Prioe 60
eents Sent by mail to any address on re
isipt of price.-
SWAYNE'S PANACEA.
Celebrated all over tbe world for its renta
ble cures ot Scrofula, Mercural and Pyphil
itio complaints. Describe symptoms in all
oemmicanutio iduross nV.ettera to DA
BWAjrNR and SON., rhilade.lphia. n7jl.
jso; Woods
AJRJ. JOB." '
- fc -m iatissajl I I ..ytW'w TJ f Jfl y fkfv
sal rtiipMMlP 11
1- wmm&wMmm
ThM remarlcabl; irHtr-inCTf nuss. v.i.nc.t.-i for riiisiMl i-tl.-cu si.dexprension never iioreaiwino.
AdapT'd loXKI -ao-1 I'rMVonal. und an ..r...a.-.. m lu-.y iw-lor. ti'" Bca-jtifu! New Styles, now resdy,
. GEO, WOODS & CO,. Cdiv.bridseport, Mass.
- TYARETlOnXSi M tTnliln1oi St., I!w1n' 1 J) Sluto W., CaicuKOt 2S l.ii'lgate lllll, London,
mrm TTAv UTTT.f A"TA Mu.ifi! ?-rnt of !!:ed mimic and valuable reaiiint:
mtmt from to wc.tti of i!;c rri.ei-l muiir. CEO. WOOOa & CO., Publlsners, Cambrldeeport, r.fcv
THi
ELK COtJUTY ADVOCATE
ONLY REPUBLICAN TAPEU
IN liLK COUNTY.
TERMS TWO DOLLARS A i'KAK
GIVE ES A CALL TOR
JOB WOiUt I
CARDS,
TAGS,-
ENVELOPES,
LETTER HEADS,
NOTE HEAR,
BILL HKAB9,
MONTHLY STATEMENTS,
PROGRAMMES, POSTERS, &C.
ORDERS JlY MAIL
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
Address,
THE ADVOCATE,
Ridgway, Elk Co., Fa.
CO
'1
'G!
OUG-AJNTS -.
The Times
Are surely getting better notwith
standing the croaklngs of politicians;
else why should our most sngnclous
merchants venture to lay in such
tremendous stocks of goods. We no
tice that our downstairs neighbors,
Messes Powell & Klnie, are opening
up one of the largest and most com
plete assortments of merchandise that
we remember ever before having seen
in our town. Indications too are that
they have made no mistake in ventur
ing to increase their business, for
there is a constant rut-h for their new
goods. Every department of their
well arranged salesrooms seeni3 to bo
well filled not only With the choicest
of seasonable goods, but also with well
pleased and satisfied looking customer
If you have not already been there
this week, we advise you to go at once.
You will never be sorry.
F YOU W ANT TO JiUY
GOO DS CHEAP
Gu TO
fl AG !iSi I V
Main Str-et, fll-ljxay, Ta.
RY GOODS, NOTIONS, HOOT
SHOKS, HATS AM' C'Al'S, .
GLASS AND QL'KILNS
WAHil, WOO I J AN
WlLl.OVV.WAKE.
TOBACCO AND OKJAKS.
A I.art? Stock of
Gfcosriss ar.d rriviv.icis.
The UKST JJUANDH r. Li.OL'u
I Ccii.sti) fitly un ii.iii'J, t '.i'l Miitt as ciitKjt
!s Ike CliliATWr.
! JAMKa II. 11 Aiil',1; : X
I SE ARCH HAS i'.i U CiJ IT.
J WOOD'S IMPKOVKD H.Wi. ttKS.'OR-
AllVr. is uunke ntiy ol li , imd Un un
ecjuEl. 'The Improved ha ui-w vegcub.e
toiiio prupei'itles, itsious gi 17 uL.r to a
loiy, u:.t'ii-il coior; i -tloii.-3 i.t. ;, dry
ii.liyii i::id luiiiui; 1111:1; ie-i- :f.f:t
Rivvs vigor to tile li'-.l.; ni . iu. t I':
preuiut ui ely buij heau; tew -. :i-:uU,
iiuuiors, sciiy erupt. .-.ni. niijy ::c:h,
tlOO, ItCillug ulid SJiily ili-yiit:3 i'-'j i.rtl
cie pioducei auou wuudeitu. i-tl-.i;;.-. I;;
it, call for Wood's lmpiovd !a.r rWti ra
tivr, and don't be put off w.tli any o'.l-n
article. Sold by all druggists 111 ihi piac
aad doitiers every wherv. Trade supp:.r.d
at n.anulaourers' prices by 1 A Una-
Co , Chicago, Sole Agents for the Uiil'nl
Siaies and Cttnadas,. uuu hy .'wHujU.-1,
liullonay &, Co., rhiiudiouia.
NJEW LIVEIiY STABLE
in a
DAN SCRIBNER WISHES TO IN
form tbe Cittzeus of Kidgtray, aud the
public goLerally, that he has 6.trted a I.i?-t-r
b table e :id w Ul e p
GOOD STOCK, GOOD CARRIAGES
Bugiej, to let -jpon the most reaBau
bletermr.
8,lie will also do job loaning.
Stable on Broad etreet, above Main
All orders left at tbe Poet Offioe will a eel
prompt attention
Au 20 1870. tf.
1y B. Wauhtel. St. Marys Pa- repre-
sents the following Companys for'
KIU and McKeun counties
N'onhlli'i'ish and Mercantile- 7,500000'
ylCma. Hartford 7.UU0.000.
Puterson. N. J 4t6,tXH
Amazon of Cincinnati, I,00o,u00
German American, N. Y 2.000,000
Niagara, im. x i,ouu,uuu
Itoi-hester, Pa., 180,000
Tr. Life & Accident, Hartford 4,000,000'
n-27-i-13.
Executor's Notice.
ESTATE of Chur'.es Broekl, de
ceased. Letter Tistumentary upoir
tne above estate have beou granted tor
the undersigned, all persons indebted
to said estate are requested t muke
payment, and those having claims to1
present the same without delay to
. CHARLES LU11H, Extcutor,
8t6,

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