GEO. A. JiATUBVN,
Main Street, Ridgway, Elk Co., Pn.
HALL fc Jl'VAVLEY,
Dfr.A. in Kmm Ttrl.k Bulldinff. Main 81
Ridcway, Elk Co., fa. 3n2tf.
L UCOEE & 1IAMBLEN,
Attorneys-at-Law, Ridgway. Elk
County Pa. Office across the hull from
the Dkmochat establishment. Claims
for collection promptly attended to
Jne. 15 '70.
Watchmaker, Engraver and Jeweler
Main street, Ridgway, Pa. Agent for the
dowe Sewing Machine, and Morton Gold
?n. Repairing Watches, eto, dorewith
i tame aocuracy as heretofore. Satis
faction guaranteed. vlnly
J. 0. K BAILEY,
vlnz.yl. Ridgway, Elk County, Pa.
Agent for the Traveler's Life and Acoi
Jent Insurance Co., of Hartford. Conn.
JAMES I). FULL Ell TON,
Surgeon Dentist, having permanently lo
cated in Rigway, offers his professions) ser
vices to the citizens of Ridgway ana sur
rounding country. All work warranted
Office in Service & Wheeler's Duildiug, up
stairs, first door to the left. 73-n-82-ly
G. G. ilfiSSEfl (i Ell,
Druggist and Parmaoeutisl, N. W. cornel
of Main aud Mill streets, Ridgway, Pa.
full assortuieut of carefully selected For
eign and Domestic Drugs. Prescriptions
carefully dispensed at .ill hours, day or
. night. vln3y
T. S. HARTLEY. M I),
Physioinn ana Surgeou.
Office in Drug Store, corner lirond aud
Main Ht.. Itetidc.nce enrner Broad SI.
opposite the College. Office hours irom
8 to 10 A. M. and from 7 to 8 P. M.
J. S. EOIWWELL, M. D.,
Ecleolio Physician and Surgeon, has remov
ed his office from Centre street, to Mail St.
Ridgway. I'd,, iu the second story of the
near brick building of Johu G. Hull, oppo
site Hyde's store.
Offiec hours: 1 to 2 P M 7 to 9 P M
RinawAY, Elk Co., P
W. H. SCJIKAM, Proprietor.
Thnakful for the patronage heretofore
0 .liberally bestowed upon him, the new
proprietor, hopes, by paying strict at
tention to the comfort and convenience oi
quests, to merit a continuance oi th
Oct 30 18til).
E. G. FA Y.
LUMBER AND INSURANCE COM
GENERAL COLLECTION AGENT
No 210 Walnut Pluce,
(31tl Walnut Street,)
'. ir. AYS,
Dry Goods, Notions, Grrcories.
and General Variety,
FOX ELK CO., PA.
En r icy I. .
E. K. (jki:sii.
Dealer in all kinds of cabinet ware.
Woid and cane scat chair, kitchen
. and extniilion table, wood and marble
top stands, wood and marble top
bureaus, whatnots, looking glasses,
wood and marble top chamber bitits,
, mattresses, spring bed bottoms, bed
steads, cribs. Lafcrty'a metal lined
wood pumps, ce., &c. Cane seals re
placetl with perforated wood Keats.
Weed He win j? machine reduced from
$05 to $45, the best machine in the
market, and picture frames made to
order. Also a Iarjte assorted stock of
ready made coffins constantly on hand
and trimmed at shortest notice. All
-the above good are sold at panic prices.
Waro Kooius iu masonic building,
EW LIVERY STABLE
DAN SCRIBNER WISHES TO
inform the citizens of Ridgway, and
the public generally, that ho has
tarted a Ljvery Stable and will keep
GOOD STOCK, GOOD.CARRIAGES
and Buggies to let upon the most
6SHe will also do job teaming.
( Stable on Broad street, above Main
'All orders left at the Post Office will
receive prompt attention.
JF YOU WANT TO BUY
. JAMES II HAGERTY
Main Street, Ridgway, Pa
DBY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS
SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
GLASS AND QUEENS
WARE, WOOD AND
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
A Large Stock of
Groceries and Provisions
The BEST BRANDS of FLOUR
Constantly on hand, and sold as cheap
M the CHEAPEST y
JAMES H HAGERTY
President Judge-Hon. L. D. Wetmore
Associate Judges Hons. Geo. Ed.
Wcis, and Julius Jones.
Pherift Daniel Scull.
Treasurer Jacob Mct'auley.
District Attorney C. II. M'Cauley.
Co. Superintendent Geo. R. Dixon.
Prothonotary. &c Fred. Schoenlng.
Deputy Prothonotary W. S. Horton.
Commissioners Michael Wedert, W.
H. Osterhout. George Reuscher.
Commissioners' Clerk W. S. Horton.
Auditors W. II. Hyde. R. I. Soanir-
ler, George Rothroek.
Call at this office for writing paper
ESTATE of Jolirt ETusker. late of Fox
township, Elk: county, Vs., decenced. LET
TERS OF ADMINISTRATION having been
granted to the underslKueu upon the mild es
tate nil persons indebted to snld estatcr nre
requested to make payment, and those
having claims to present them for set
tlement. JACOB M'CAULEY, Admr.
Notice Is hereby p-lven that the following
accounts will be presented on the first day of
the next term of the Orphans Court for con
firmation, being the ltd Monday of November
next, to-wlt :
1. Klnnl account, of Lawrence Mohnn exe
cutorof the hist will nnd testament of Patrick
Umith. late ofKox township, l'n., docessed.
FRED. SUI-ItKNINQ, Register.
The advertiser, having been permanently
cured of that dread disease, Consumption,
by a simple remedy, is anxious to moke
known to his fellow sufferers the means ot
cure. To all who destre it. lie will send a
copy of the prescription used, (free of
charge) with the directions for preparing
and using the same, which they will find a
Suhe Cube for Consumption, Asthma,
l'arlies wishing the prescription will
please address, Kev. E. A. WILSON, 194
i'enn., Williamsburg)), N. Y.
A pulcton's American Cyclopedia.
Vol. 8 of this admirable work is just
out, making it half complete, as there
are to be It) in all, of 800 pages each,
one being issued in two months. It
mnlf p n nmnvtlnrn 111, rarv antl nr. nna
can afford to do without it who would
keep well informed. Price $6,00 a vol
ume in leather, or 7,00 in elegant
half Turkey. C. K. Judson. Fredonia,
N. Y., controls the sale in Elk county.
Address him for particulars.
KEROSENE OIL 110 Fire Test
at 20c per Gallon. Diamond Head
Light Oil, at only 25c per Gallon at
the West End Srja.
DK VAX DYKE'S SULPHUR SOAP.
DR. VAN DYKE,' whose life long
BTKCiAtiTT, and world wide reputation for
CURING SKIN DISKASES, I.ub endeav
ored for jetrs to combi nr an external
thkatmest. He has accomplished this de.
sirublo urat.tT iu I lie preparation of his
compound ''bULI'HUK SOAP." the merits
of which are spoken of by thousands ; it is
highly recommended to all our readers.
1'rice 25 Cents a Cake; a Box (tnvee Cakes)
COCcnls. Skkt by M.wt., (pre paid) on
kfccii't or rmcR. OIHce, 50 N. 5th St.
Wiiolksale DkioT, 400 N. 3d St. I hiladel
phia, Pa. Sold by DUU0G1ST.
Go to POWELL & KIME for your
flour, feed and pork, and everything
else in the provision lino.
n767 mol asses- Voir T6ok
ing, also choice syrup always on hand
SUGARS AT POWELL AND
KIME'Sare high to be sure; but still
are a li' tie cheaper than at any other
s ore in town.
A NICE LOT OF NEW PRINTS
at POWELL & KIME'S, only eight
cents per. yard.
FLOUR, PORK, FEED, CORN
Meal, Oats, alwnvs on hand at
POWELL fc KIME'S at bottom pri
AH persons are hereby forbidden
selling goods to, or trustingany person
on my account, without my written
order, as I will pay no debts thus con
tracted after this date.
M. T. FRENCH.
Ridgway May 2, 1877.-ly
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING.
MRS. J. R. KELTZ, Kersey, Elk
Co., Pa., takes this method of an
nouncing to the citizens of Elk
county, that she lias on hand an as
sortment of fashionable millinery
goods which will be sold cheap. Also
dressmaking in all its branches.
Agent for Dr. J Rail & Co's Patent
Ivory and Lignum Vitie Eye Cups.
Send for descriptive circular.
CANNED GOODS Peaches, To
matoes. Cherries, and Plums at the
store of Powell & Kime.
List of Causes.
QET down for trial at November
O'i'erni of the Court of Common Pleas
of Elk County:
1. John Wainwright, adm'r. ac.
vs. W. H. Johnson et al. No 14, Sep
tember Term, 1875.
2. Jacob H. Walters et al. vs.
Thos. L. Kane et al. No. 83 Septem
ber Term, 1876.
3. Chas. Webb v.j. Simon Romig.
No. 112 September Term. 1876.
4. W. 11. Konkle vs. C. R. Earley.
No. 211, September Term, 1870.
5. Barbara Eckl. Widow &c. vs.
Edward Babel. No. 223. September
6. Stout, Mills, and Temple vs.
Ralph Johnson, adm'r, &c. No. 67,
November Term, 1876.
7. MiehaelShe ehan vs. Joseph B.
Powers. No 60 January Term, 1877.
8. N. M. Brockway vs J. S. Hyde
etui.' No. 63, May Term, 1877.
0. Jas. H. Hacertv vs. Walter Rrv-
am. ci in. mu. oo jsiay ierm, loij,
11 T.. r , ' -
n et ai. io. oo, May Term, 1877.
10. John W. Briggs, now for use,
. R. I. Campbell, adm'r. No. 01
ay Term, 1877.
11. George Dickinson et al. vs Fred
Wilmarth etal. No. 103, May Term.
1877. J '
12. Rachael Gross et al. vs. C. R.
Earley. No. 115, May Term, 1877.
13. The Township of Ridirwav vs.
V. S. Wheeler et al. No. 17S. Mav
14. C. H. M'CauIev vs. Patrick
Lamb etal. No. 71, September Term.
15- Solomon S. Johnson vs. Janetin
C. Houk, executrix, d-c. No. 11 Sep
tember Term, 1877. l
-16. John Tudor et al. vs. Peter
labaugh. No. 145, September Term,
FRED. SCHCENING, Clerk.
P. B. WACHTEL,
St. Mary's, Pa.
The largest agency in either Elk or
Its adjoining eouDties, representing
through his General Agents about 80
responsible and prompt loss paying
companies, among the principal ones
are the following:
NOIITH BRITISH 4 MERCANTILE,
Gross assets $32,538,612,'
ETNA, OF HARTFORD, CONN..
Asset over $7,000,000,
FIRE ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA
NIAGARA, OF NEW YORK.
SHAWMUT, ROSTON, MASS.,
GERMAN AMERICAN, NEW YORK,
TRAVELERS, (Life and Accident) CONN.,
NEW TI3II2 TABLE OF THE P & E R.K.
commencing Mondny, Sept. 21, 1877.
4:13 p m
2:50 p m
6:22 a m
8:22 p m
4:49 p m
2:19 p m
6:56 a in
7:45 p m
5:18 p m
1:57 p m
7:20 a m
7:18 p m
Day Express East
Niagara Express West...
It! DO WAT.
Day Express East
Niagara Express West...
Day Express East
Niagara Express West....
Judge of Election G. R. Dixon.
Inspectors M. E. Lesser, H. H.
Justices of the Peace Charles Mead,
Jas. D. FuUcrton.
School Directors O. B. Grant, Jas.
Gardner. G. T. Wheeler. N. T. Cum
tilings, W. 8. Service. Eug. J. Miller.
Supervisors John Oulnack, Daniel
Treasurer W. H. Hyde.
Assessor M. S. Kline.
Auditors Will Dickinson, James
Penfleld, J. S. Powell.
Clerk M. S. Kline.
Constable Geo. 1). Messenger, Jr.
J. C. Selden
vh. In Elk County
Jnne Sheldrake et al..
Administrators and the Common Pleas.
Widow and Heirs of
Charles Hheldrnke, No. 50, Muy T., '77
ELK COl NTY,(SS:
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to
the Sherlll'of said County, Oicetins:
Wiiukkas, J. ('. Meldun, on theKthdnyof
December, in the year of our Lord one thous
and eight hundred nml seventy-four, obtained
Judgment in our county Court of Common
Pleas of Elk County aforesaid, before our
Judges at Ridgway, against Jane Sheldrake
and E. II, Dixon, vdmiuistrutors of the estate
of Charles .sheldrake, decreased, late of your
county, yeoman, us well for a certain debt of
two hundred thirty-one and eight one-hund-redths
dollars, lawful money of the I' nt led
States, and interest thereon from November
17th, 1S7-I, as also twenty-nine and Itveone
hundredtliH dollars like money, which to the
said plaintift'ln our said court were awarded
and adjudged for his damages, which be sus
tained by occasion of the detention of the
delft whereof the said defendants convict, hs
appears to iih of record, iScc. Vet the execution
of the said Judgment will remain to be made,
as we have been given to understand by the
said plaintiff, who huth besought us to pro
vide for htm a proper remedy Iu that behalf,
and we being willing that v hut is right in
that behalf should be done.
Therefore we command you, sicut plurius
prect'pimus that by honest and lawful men of
your oaliwiek you make known unto Charles
sheldrake that he be and appear before our
Judges at Ridgway at our County Court of
Common Pieas. there to be held for said
county, on the third Monday of November
next, to show if anything for himself has or
knows to say why the said plainti II should not
have the above staled Judgment revived to
continue the lieu, and ulso why the said
fihiintiirshould not have execution against
liin for the said debt nml dumnges, according
to the force, form and eit'ect to the recovery
ami Judgment aforesaid, if to him it sliail be
expedient. And further to do and receive
what our said court shall in that behalf con
sider, i.nd have youthen and there the names
ol those by whom you shall make it known
unto him and this writ.
Witness the honorable L. D. Wotinore,
president of our suld court, at Ridgwav, the
llflh day of October, in the year of our Lord
one tnousauu eigut nuuureu anu seventy
seven. FRED. SCINJKNINU,
Sept. It, 1877.
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Address PUULUSHKK OK THE HUN,
. New ork City,
Slate Kutcs. . .
Eight Attempts were made in Pittsburgh
on baturday night to enter business houses.
Judge Ficher of York, announces his In
tention of fining cfery person $2 who may
be fcund intoxioated on the streets of that
For the five weeks ending November 8
there were 874 deaths in Pittsburgh. Of
these 122 were from diphtheria.
The Philadelphia and Reading coal and
iron company has purchased two large col
lieries in the Shamoking region.
in Montgomery county shipped
hundred bushels of sbellbarka
Alexander Fulton, city editor of the
Allegheny Mall, was assnulted the other
day by a person named H. K. Tyler, who
thought he eould wipe out some grievance
with a cowhide.
last July Gotleib Weltel, aged eighty,
one years, strayed from his home in Uutler
oouuty. A few days ago the body was
found in the woods oetween two logs in
Allegheny county. It is ill pposed the old
man had lost himself.
. Eight of the persons who tarred, feath
ered and rode on a rail, Mrs. Estis, a dis
reputable woman, at Waterford, Erie
oounly, have been arrested. Their virtu
ous indignation will probably cost them
Between 2.000,000 and 8,000,000 feet of
lumber were burned in the lumber yard of
Weisler cfc Bender, 2 miles from Phillips
butg, Centre county, on Sunday morning
last. Loss about $40,000. Insurauce
The recent rafting freshet In the Dela
ware ended the liter part of last week,
and was ono of the best on the river in
several years. The number of rafts that
passed down was 320, each averaging 50,
000 feet of lumber, which would give the
total of over 16,000,000 feet.
The Keystone hotel company, ef Phila
delphia, has brought suit for $35,000 dam
ages against Allegheny county for loses
sustained in the destruction of the Union
depot hotel last July during the riots. The
Pennsylvania railroad company, which
owned the building, will bring a separate
suit on their losses. - -
Francis M. Dowlin, of East Brandy wire,
Chester county, while working in his cirn
field, cooked his gun aud leaned it up
against a shock, fchortly uftuward, for
getting his gun, he went to strike the
shock with his corn knife, when he hit the
trigger of the gun and the contents en
tered ins breast, killing him almost, in
Before Judge Boss, at Norrislown, on
Saturday argument was made and testi
mony beard on the motion for a new trial
for licinrich Wahlen, csnvicted of the mur
der of Max lloehue at Elm station. Ad
ditional testimony is to be received until
the 23d inst., at which time Judgo Ross will
commence the preparation of his deoision,
auicu win De giveu on uecomber 3.
The Pittsburgh Dispatch speaks of law
vers in that city who visit the penitentiary.
wiiu, uiier luis.ug iiopes 01 pui'lou in the
tninas ot convicts, get money from them
to prosecute cases and tbeu abundon them
The board of oflioials who manage the in
stitution have iu consequcuce decided to
retusu ibe admission of attorneys on er.
rands referring lo attempts lor the getting
Levi Swartz, who was shot by mistake
wnue uuniing in perry county, some days
ago, died the following day. Judize Juu-
kiu, iu charging the grand jury at. New
uionnineni, ou Aluuuny, took occasion to
advert to the frequency of careless shoot
ing iu the woods, aud said the ''negligent
aimug ui pirsou 1 u inisiaae ior game wus
a crime.' it was manslaughter, and if the
guiliy party were couvioted would be fol
lowed by Bevere punishment.
Darius Prutkman and Kate Mory, of
Buyettown, were marriei at Kead.ug Sat
urday hiieruoon, at the lesidence of the
bride s parents. Piutzuian, who was an
engineer at the Warwick Iron Company's
wills, sprained his buck quite severely a
tew days siuce, and in the evening, at the
wedding reception, he was lakeu suddeuly
ill. lie graduully grew worse and ttied at
mree o clock buuday moraiug, leaving
Mrs. Prutzuian a widow within twelve
hours ot her marriage ceremony
At Titusville, last Friday evening engi
neer A B. Vau Dressier, while: filling his
lantern on the rear end of his looomotive
in the Pitisburgb, Titusville d; Buffalo
Bailioad yard, was startled by the backing
of liia locomotive, and the.simultaneous cry
of the fireman, who, in crawling under the
locomotive to clean the ash pan, had aoci-
ueuittiiy touciieu a throttle which started
tne tram. Dressier, with liahlniiiir ranii
ity jumped for the lever and turned off the
steam, inus saving ihe hremanw life. The
engineer applied suou force, however, that
uis au-eaay injureu snoulder was severely
Djiaiucu uuu uiuviuie uisiocatcu
ineocrsuton Republican says: ''Philip
"is sou, 01 louyniinua, eneaged
tor some time past in cuttiug wood lor
leaao Case, some distance from the'village.
had erected a shanty or cabin to live in
when not at work. Un Thursday morning
some parties caseins through tlm wAn.1
found the cabiu iu ashes, aud appearances
indicated that it had been burned the niirln
before. Upon exuiuing the place more
closely, the charred bodies of father aud
son were found among the debris, the for
mer near the partition which divided the
cabiu into two rooms, the latter near where
the bed stood. The stove and door were both
at the opposite end of the cabin from where
the bed was, and it is thought the elder
iVisner awoke, lound the cabiu on fire, tried
10 reach the door, but fell exhausted before
he could do so. The son was doubtless
Bmotbered by the smoke and never awoke.
Mr. Wiener leaves a wife and two children
living at Tobyhanna. It is supposed that
the cabin took fire from the stove, though
in what manner will of course never be
SLEIGH BELLS AND WHIPS.
a nice little assortment, at
POWELL & KIME'S.
Titusville, Pa , May 15, 1874.
E. K. Thompson It la now ten
years since I was taken .with the
gavel. At one time I was forty-eight
hours without passing urine. I got
along very well Dy using the catheter
till last October when I had a full
which affected my kidney and liver
very much, causing me to pass blood
and urine with much pain. The sedi
ment was like brick dust. The Satur
day after Christmas my heart began
to pass brick dust and corrupted mat
ter very freely, and by the time I had
used three bottles the paju.'and scald
ing had left my back, side aud abdo
men, and now I am comparatively
well, and think I owe my life to thV
Barosma, or Buchu Backache, Liver
and Kidney Cure. My Postofflce ad
dress is Titusville, Pa , Spring Creek
road, near the Newton Gas Well.
Silas C Whitfobd
Prepared by E. K. Thompson,
TitusvilJe, Pa. Price $1.00
For sale by Dr. T. S. Hartley.
THURSDAY, NOV. 15, 1877.
Frosty mornings now.
Indian summer has come.
Front gates will now take a rest.
The sling-shot business Is dull
among the small boys.
J. Powell's house near the Thayer
House is now vacant.
Green hard wood sells here at $1,50
A new sidewalk has been laid on
the Osterhout road.
Beautiful Cape Cod Cranberries at
the West End Store.
Next week we have the Regular
term of court here.
-Miss B. E. Wilcox's house Is
Chestnut are very plenty in this
section this fall.
And now they talk of running
Olebillalleu for TJ. S. Senator from
J. K. Whltmore raised some ex
cellent celery this season on his lot on
"Another good man gone wrong"
is a stand lug head line in the Phila
Sheriff Scull has hoisted Col.
Noycs' picture over the stars and
stripes on the jail.
The top piece of the liberty-pole
in the court yard will come down on
some-one's head one of these days.
A teachers' examination will be
held at Keystone on Saturday the
24th inst. commencing at 9 A- M.
New Goods at the West End Store.
Oranges, Lemous, Figs, Currants, Cut
The politiciau who left a quart
bottle, filled with "ecstacy" at Spring
Creek, wus not an Oyster man.
Samuel Beers, of Spring Creek
township, has lost three children with
diphtheria in the past throe weeks.
There ore several Republicans in
Elk county who do not take the Ad
voc ate and yet are able to do so.
Powell & Kime contiuue to re-
ceive new goods daily, and keep on
hand a full stock of dry goods, grocer
its, notions, flour, feed, etc, etc.
Lost. On Monday, Nov. 5th 1877,
on Main Street, a small gold pin, with
a green set. A liberal reward will be
Iaid for its return to O. M. Rbines.
G. G. Messenger lost a valuable
cow this week. She got into the
granary and ate a large quantity of
chop, and then drank a lot of water
the result being her death.
Tame pigeons are increasing rap
idly in Ridgway. If you are sharp
you can have a pigeon pot pie, but first
catch your pigeon, a little salt on his
tail and you have him.
People intending to get pictures
should take advantage of the fine
weuthcr we are having. ' Remember
our low prices and good work at the
The Presbyterian sociulde will be
held next Wednesday evening at the
residence of O. B. Grant. A general
invitation is extended to all.
The poor old turkey now roosts
high aud refuses to be comforted with
the most tempting food for well knows
he that Thanksgiving day is at hand,
Cochran, Democrat, was elected
treasurer of Cameron county by a nia
jority of 522 in a vote of 900. The
other fellow didn't make much of a
Ex-Mayor Oakey Hall dropped
down on the New Yorkers rather un
ex pectedly the other day, after his trip
to Europe. And now Tweed fears bis
day lias come.
The Holidays are coming and peo
ple wishing Albums, Pictures
Frames &c, should attend to the mat
ter In time before the rush comes, call
at the West End.
J. W. Morgester and Salyer Jack
son have leased the Red Lion hotel,
near the depot, and are giving the
house a complete over-hauling, be
sides they will build a large addition
and be iu shape to accomodate all who
mny favor them with their patronage
ine bouse is to be known as the
"The dollar of our daddies," or
auy other body's daddy's dollar will
do to bring along next week to pay
your subscription to this paper. If
you owe us anything for subscription
or Job work, or advertising send us the
money at once, not that we need the
money so much, but to tell the truth
we have a mind to start a bank, aud
all we want now is deposits.
Religious Services in the sev
eral churches next Sunday;
rresbyterian. Itev. Gillet, morn
ing and evening at the usual hours, in
the Lutheran church.
Methodist Rev. W. H. Swartz,
morning and evening at the usual
hours Sunday School at 9$ o'clock.
Episcopal. Services morning and
evening by Rev. Win. Jas. Miller.
Chicken thieves abound in this
section, aud we hereby warn them
that if detected in the act they will re
ceive no mercy. A chap in Erie
county was sentenced to a flue of $25
and three months imprisonment on
three separate counts of robbing hen
roosts, making an aggregate fine of
$onduine mouths imprisonment.
The Judge-remarked when imposing
the sentence u t of all the mean con
temptible crimes the stealing of chick
ens was the meanest. " .
AT POWELL A KIME'S.VYOU
pay cash for goods, and get more than
the worth of your cash.
Nov. 9th, 1867
Heny A. Pahsons, Jh :
I have Just finished reading an arti
cle In the Democrat headed "The In
humanity of Mau." I do not know
who the writer is, nor do I care, but
be he priest, layman, or devil, he de
serves the execration of every one
having the least seuso of common
Nothing that lives upon the face of
the earth, that walks, or swims, or
creeps, cr flies, is so low, vile and de
graded, but it would lowered by being
compared with the author of that arti
cle. The only thing I can think of In
any way approaching him in disgust
ing vileness, is a vulture gorged with
carrion and dropping rottenness from
De mortuis nil nisi bonun. If of the
dead we speak nothing unless good,
when really called upon to speak of
the living let us be certain that we say
only the truth.
The cowardly assassin approaching
his victim in the dark aud stabbing
him in the back risks his own life
upon the failure 'of his blow, but the
anonymous scribbler of slander ns
saults the reputations or feelings of
his victims with but little chance of
detection. A deeper depth of hell
awaits such an one. JUSTICE.
Oyster, Kime and Burke men buy
their Stoves and Tin Ware at 42 Main
To Our Customers :
Count, Weigh, Measure, Everything
West End Stobe.
Miller is facetious on the little
arithmetical question we had last
week and goes sloshing around gener
ally. He gigged on the ambrosial
locks, is he prepared to do the same in
regard to the big bellies? He certainly
is mistaken as to the occupation of the
parties in the court yard; they were
not looking for the north star, but for
the bear that pulled clown the Kime
stork and the dipper that scooped the
Kime majorities. The result shows
how.well they compassed their object.
Cheese it "Skippy!"
OUR. MOTTO : The Best Goods
at the Lowest Possible Prices at the
West End Store.
At the millinery establishment of
Mrs. N. T. Cummings, the ladles of
Ridgway and vicinity will find a large
assortment of fashionable hats
feathers, etc. Hats pressed over at
reasonable rates and at short notice
Rooms over R. I. Campbell's Store
Main Street. Give her a call.
All kinds ofjob work cheaply and
neatly done at this office.
THE BEST CRACKERS of all
kinds and GINGER SNAPS at the
West End Store.
Winter is upon us, which Is a re
minder that you need an overcoat.
M'Affee will make you one cheap.
Hides, Sheep Pelts, aud Calf Skins
wanted at 42 Main Street.
The entire Democratic State ticket
was elected in this State by majorities
ranging from e.OCOj to 10,003. The
smallest majority was ou Supreme
Judge, and the highest for Noyes,
State Treasurer. The greenback vote
will reach about 60,000 as against 7204
The list of counterfeit notes compiled
by the Lankers' Association at New
York, has attracted the attention of a
prominent official connected with the
Bank Redemption Agency of the
Treasury Department, who has given
considerable attention to the subject
of detecting counterfeit notes. This
gentleman declares that the list con
tains 24 errors. He avers that 13 of
the bonds named have never been
counterfeited, and It is further stated
that but three counterfeit notes have
appeared since the issue of 18G9.
Theso are the $50 and $500 issues of the
series of 1869, and the recently discov
ered $1,000 issue of 1803 with the vig
nette of Robert Morris. The energies
of the counterfeiters during the last
three years have been directed to
national bank notes, no less than
1 counterfeits 12 on fives, three
on tens, and two on fifties having
been Issued. The Secret Service force
have captured all the plates of coun
terfeit bank notes, with exception of
those that have oppeared within the
lust two months. The following
plates have not been captured. Fives,
on the First National Bank of Tamn
qua, and fiftlesn the Third National
Bank of Butlalo, N. Y., and the Cen
tral National Bank of New York City.
The following description of these
notes is given by B. G. Underwood.
Receiving Teller of the National Re
demption Agency: all counterfeit
fives on the First National Bank of
Tamaqua, Pa , that have been seen at
the Redemption Agency have had let
ter "It" in the upper left and lower
right hand corners of the note. Koue
of these have had the corrects charter
number, which is 1,210 and is printed
in large red figures across the face of
the note, and all notes on this bank
with another charter number are
counterfeit. On the back of the coun
terfeit, to the right of the words "na
tional currency," the word .'owing"
is printed "ownig."
All $50 notes on the Third National
Bank of Buffalo, N. Y., bearing the
signuturo of L. E. Chittenden as Reg
ister are counterfeit All genuine
notes bear the name of either Colby
or Allison as Registers.- The correct
charter number is 850.
All $50 notes on the Central Na
tional Bank of New York City having
both the signature of L. E. Chitten
den as Register and the words
"printed at the Bureau of Engraving,
United States Treasury Department,''
In the upper left hand corner of the
note are counterfeit, as Mr. Chitten
den ceased to be Register long before
the notes were printed in the Treas
, The Rio Grande Difficulty.
A ILOT TO OVSltTHOW DIA1 AMD fHlOIVI
TATS A WA& W1TU TBS CMITSD STAT8.
St. Louis, November 11. Late advloci
from El Taso say it is now believed there
wore a number of emissaries of Ledro in
the band of Mexicans which crossed the
Rio Grande about two weeks ago and bad a
fight with Indians on Teias soil while osten
sibly following Indians' There seems to be
no doubt that the real objeot of these Ler
dolsts is to stir up a new revolution and if
possible overthrow Dial This band of
Mexicans have not left yet, and are intrig
uing and doing everything in their powt'
to precipitate a war'Tietween the United
Stales and the Dlas government In hope of
overthrowing the latter and again obtaining
power for themselves. It is said Lerdo's
agents are very aotive all along the Jlio
Orande and are also plotting within the army
of Dias. General Ilibbard, of Texas, re
turned to Austin yesterday to consult with
General Ord and General Steele, the latter
of the Slate forces, regarding the present
state of affairs on the frontier. Major
Jones, of the Texas battalion at El Paso,
has telegraphed the Governor that imme
diate trouble is apprehended, and the Gov.
ernor has been solicited by a number of
persons, especially military officers, to pre
cipitate a conflict if the Federal Govern
ment will not. United States troops on the
Rio Grande are distributed as follows:
Fort Brown, 700; Binggold, 5 companios;
Fort Mclulosh, 1 company; Fort Duncan,
4 companies; Fort Clark, near Eagle Pass,
5 companios. Two thousand Texas militii,
under Brigadier General James, are organ
ized and ready to march across the Rio
Grande. They only want the word.
Simple Revenue Tariff.
TUB BILl IUA1 IS EXPECTED TO SAVE
000,000 rxa ANNUM.
It is announced from Washington that
lion. Benjamin Willis, of New York, of
fered a bill in the house on Monday "to
simplify existing laws imposing and eol.
lecting duties upon imports, and to remove
all ambiguities therefrom; also, to reduoe
the rates on imported merchandise, restore
the duty upon tea and coffee and to enlarge
the free list." The bill comprises two hub
died and six seotious and is comprehensive
in its character. It was prepared at the
suggestion and uudcr the supervision of
Mr. Willis by an expert. The title clearly
indicates the scope of the bill. The distin
guishing features are a reduotion of twenty
six per cent, upon all imported articles with
the exception of raw materials which enter
manufactures; on these the duties are re
duced in a still greater degree; the restora
tion of the duty on tea and coffee; the en
largement of the free list; substituting for
the free list a provision that all articles not
rpecified in the act shall be exempt from
duly. The author of the bill claims to have
removed all ambiguities. The "similitude
law" is abolished and eimplication aimed at
wherever practicable. Compound duties
are entirely done away with. The collec
tion laws have been reduced to simpler lan
guage. All fees have been discontinued
aud salaries substituted. The naval office,
in all ports of entry where appraiser's de
partments are established, are abolished
and the liquidating clerks transferred to
llio department of appraisers to be in fu
ture under the direction of the chief
thereof. Bonds are to dispensed with,
except, in cases of transportation from the
port of original entry. The United States
are made responsible for all cases of thefts
of merchandise while in official possession.
Purchasers of cargoes afloat are allowed
tipay the duties thereon. Facilities are
provided for the payment of duties by al
lowing deposits of gild with sub-treasurers,
and the owners of the same to check
thereon "for duties only." All materials
which enter into the construction of vessels
are to be free of duty. It is claimed for
the bill that ''it provides for a simple reve
nue tariff." and that "it will save the gov
ernment $20,000,000 per annum in the cost
of collecting duties, while vastly increasing
the receipts from imports." A printed key
will accompany the bill for use of the com
mittee on ways and means.
Ladies' Shoes, Gaiters and Rub
bers, a large variety at P. & K's.
The Titusville Herald, in a resume
of the petroleum development, says
that after the striking of the Drake
well, At.gust 28, 1856, Oil creek, from
Titusville to its mouth, comprising
forty-five producing farms, was rap.
idly seized upon by speculators, and
in the space of three years the valley
became a forest of derricks. In 1863
the derricks on the creek numbered
upwards of two thousand, and the
average cost of each well was a little
over $4000, making a total expendi
ture for machinery and labor of from
$8,000,000 to $10,000,000 exclusive of
the prices paid for farms or the
royalty. In 1865 five of the farms
produced 16,000 barrels daily, but now
yield only 140 barrels, while the en
tire production of Oil Creek at present
does not exceed 2,300 barrels per day.
The average price of oil was reduced
from f0 per barrel, in 1859. to $9.60 in
I860, and in 1861, owing to increased
production, it declined to ten cents a
barrel, continuing at that figure until
February, 1802, when it rose to twenty
two cents. From this time on better
prices prevailed, and in July, 1864, it
reached $13 00 per barrel, but in the
following year the average price was
$6 13, and at no time since then has it "
reached that figure.
The only place in town that you
can get "Babbits Best Soap" is at the
West End Store.
Hymenial On Monday, Novem
ber 5th, John F. Wachtel led to the
alter Miss Mary Donohue, both of St.
Mary's. They were married in the
stone church, Rev. Father Celestine
officiating. After a sumptous dinner
at the residence of the bride's parent
the happy couple departed on mail
east upon their wedding trip. May
their path through life be Btrewed
with flowers is the prayer of their
many friends St. Mary's Gazette.
Remember we continue to furnish
The Cheapest & Best Picture Frames
at the West Eju Store.
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