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Editor THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1879. Last Saturday evening at Mount Vernon, Texas, Robert Morgan, whom the sheriff left in charge of the Jail, was assassinated by nix men, who, after murdering Morgan, attempted the rescue of the prisoners, but the door resisting their efforts and being fired on by the citizens, they were com pelled to their horses and escaped. The citizens threatened to burn the jail with the prioners in retaliation, but were prevailed upon to desist. Faithless swains had better beware of California juries. Emily Hanks, at the age of 21, entered the house of Gon. Henry M. Naglee of San Jose in the capacity of housekeeper. She was then an orphan, and had for some years been supporting herself by do mestlc service and sewing. She has now sued him for breach of pro.niise of marriage and betrayel under cover of that promise, and has obtained a ver dict for $27,500. Mrs. Rose M'Cnskcr, an aged widow occupying with her son the second floor of 225 West Sixteenth street, roughkecpsle, N. Y., was found early Sunday morning, April 6, sus' pended on the iron railing in front of the house. The sharp spikes had en tered her abdomen and she died as the officers were removing her from her terrible position. She suffered greatly from cramps in her legs, and it is sup posed that while walking around the floor during the night to gain relief, she was attracted to the window and fell out. State Supt. Wickersham created quite a sensution in the Legislature in his prompt and explicit answer to a resolution requesting him to inform them how much of last year's appro priation to schools remained unpaid He asserted a fact which seems to have taken all by surprise that for the year J 876 the sum of $120,445 remains unpaid : for 1877 the sum of $522,209 ; for 1878 the sum of $927,035, 44 this for common schools. For normal schools there remains unpaid $100,000, and for soldiers' orphans' schools the sum of $37,000. The boat being built for Lewis O. Goldsmith, the latest usjirant to cross the ocean and ultimately to go round the world, is almost completed. It is eighteen feet and a half in length, six feet beam, and three feet depth of hold, built of oak and hard pine planking. It is so constructed us to be a boat within a boat, having nine uir-tight compartmeny. It is sharp at both ends, and can bail itself. Goldsmith and his wife expects to circumnavigate the globe and terminate their voyage at San Francisco, returning to Boston by rail. Baltimore is the champion city of America for the manufacture of cheap jellies. It is well understood that the jelly is an animal, rather than a vege table product, being simply gelatine, colored and flavored according to the fruit that is to be represented. Boston jelly is chiefly made of apples, also flavored and colored in imitation of other fruits, and the imposition is dis covered by very few. It costs 14 cents a pound, which is about half what the genuine fruits represented cau be sup plied for. Boston is also a great rasp berry jam mart, and the eight Arms manufacturing it produce au aggregate of 500 tons a year. It sells for 18 cents a pound, and is made from dried rasp berries. General W. 3. Hancock took apartments for himself, wife, daughter aud niece at the St. Cloud Hotel, in New York, in November, 1873, pay ing $355 a month, with meals included. In March, 1874, $4,000 worth of jewelry was stolen from the rooms occupied by the family. Mrs. Hancock sued for $2,452, the value of the articles be longing to her, and Gen. Hancock 8ued for the value of the articles be longing to him. Referee H. F. Averill decided for the proprietors of the St. Cloud on the ground that the Hancock family were not guests in the meaning of the law. An appeal was taken to the Supreme Court, which on Thursday reversed the decision of the referee und ordered a now trial. So that General Hancock is likely to get the $4,000. Some interesting statistics on the consumption of alcoholic liquors in France have been lately brought be fore the French Academy of Medicine by M. Luuier. Wine is the true na tional diiuk, and there is consumed of it, on an average, thirty gallons per in habitant per annum. In 1833 the num ber was only fifteen gallons. The con sumption of cider tends to diminish. But brandy Li drunk to facilitate the digestion of eider; and the more cider the more brandy. The consumption of beer has increased considerable within the last fifty years. The con sumption of spirits, which was about two quarts per head in 1837, is now represented by three quarts. The de partments which consume most spirits are those which do not consume much wine. With regards to spirits, M. Luuier proves that it is in the depart ments consuming most spirits that most cases of accidental death, tli rough excess, occur, and the case of appre hension for drunkenness are Ave times more numerous in these depart ments than in those consuming prin cipally wine. Alcoholic insanity, too, is almost everywhere in proportion to the direct consumption of spirits. The only exceptions are La Vendee and Cbarente lnforieure, where they drink only white wines: but these taken in excess are as dangerous in this respect as brandy. Washington Letter. From our regular Correspondent. Washington, D. C, April 7tb. The result of t he extra session, or Its probable duration, can bo no better foretold now than it could last week. A rather tedious discussion of the army bill has consumed the time in the House, while the Senate la leisurely waiting for something to do. Mr. Garfield's speech on the legislation proposed by the Democrats, prohibit ing the use of troops at the polls on election days, Is the leading effort on the Republican side, and his friends have admired it rather profusely. Taken all In all, however, the effect was simply that of a piece of vigorous declamation- Whatever basis of truth it may have contained was exagger ated beyond the usual license of de clamatory rhetoric, whilo some T its statements are not borne out by the facts. But the worst of it all Is that, even had all his statements been true history, they would have come with a better grace from any other mouth than Garfield's, inasmuch as his own previous declarations and votes come within the scope of his denunciations, iNot much more than a month ago Mr. Garfield stated, on the floor of the House, that the Republcaus were ready to' concede that the conditions requiring troops at the polls, and the test oath, no longer existed ; and now he is engaged in an efiort to make the proposition to repeal them appear re volutionary. But what use to look for consistency in a politician? They arc about all alike in advocating what, for the time being, seems to serve the endsof their parties. A prominent Re publican, in private conversation with the correspondent of a leading inde pendent journal, a day or two since, said : We are all President making. It is not a question whether these laws should or should not be repealed, but a contest for position in the presidential race. Of course, we don't think there is any revolution about it, but we want to consolidate and unite the party. This Is the thiug in a nut shell. The country Is not affected one way or the other, but the Democrats are bound to repeal these Republican laws, and the Republicans are bound they shali not. The Democrats have both houses of Congress and can pass the acts, but the Republicans hope to sufficiently stiffen the spine of the White House to insure a veto. And it is all for party all "President mak ing." The Cameron-Oliver trial came to an end with about the result that had been anticipated a verdict for defen dant. The case occupied two weeks, filtering an unusual amount of Hasti ness through its proceedings, and the verdict is pretty generally indorsed by the public sentiment. Simon had already been bled by this bold, bad women enough and while he now escapes a judgment for damages, it has cost him a heavy expenditure of funds, and a smirching of character that few men of position would bear for any amount of money. The wonder is that a man of Simon Cameron's kuowledge of the world, a man of his varied experience and extensive obser vation, should have become involved in such an affair. It is strange that a crafty, cool, long-headed man like him should have permitted a bad, weak minded, unlettered, unattractive woman to draw him into such a posi tion that he had to refer her to his lawyer. And there is a moral to adorn this tide. It is, perhaps, too much to expect that public men will not keep mistresses, and so long as they do Washington will be, as it now is, more or less infested with this class of brazen adventuresses, but there cer tainly should be some way to prevent these influential men from quartering their bawdy strumpets upon the government. They should not be al lowed to place them upon the pay-rolls of the various departments, where they draw the salaries that ought to go to respectable women with families to support. There are in the employ of the Treasury and other departments hundreds of worthy women and honest, charming girls, but they are constantly humiliated and contamin ated by contact with the creatures whom Congressmen, Senators and others cause to be associated with them. It is a disgrace and a shame, and there ought to be some way to stop it While waiting' for the appropriation bills to reach the Senate, the Wallace Teller committee are amusing them selves witli looking up the means em ployed by Secretary Gorham to raise his camjmign fund last year. There is a law against assessing government employees, but it seems a pretty large fund was raised in this way. It is amusing to note the different bent of this Teller committee, as it was, since its complexion changed, The other ox is. being gored now. But such is politics. Dom Pedro. An exchange says: Mechanics and material men should be careful about doing work or furnishing ma terial on the separate real estate of married women, unless receiving pay in advance as to secure them from the necessity of filing liens. The Supreme court interprets the luw as very strictly limiting the powers of mar ried women, and expressed the opin ion that it is to be sincerely hoped that "neither by construction or legis lation will their power to contract for improvements to their separate real estate be extended. Married women are thereby looked upon by the Court as being incapable of managing their own affairs, hence this protection." Tuesday afternoon a passenger train on the Lebanon and Treinout railroad near Swatara Station, Pa., ran into a wagon containing an old man and two boys killing one of the latter instantly and injuring the other so severely that his recovery is doubtful. The old man escaped uninjured. Cyclopedia op Litkratube. A list of the celebrated authors whose lives and writings are represented In volume 8 of the new Acme edition of Chamber's Cyclopedia or English Literature, Just received, is cer tainly very attractive to any person of n . a . . W rrt T- i nne literary wisio. rox, l euii, uaiicr, Bunyan, Locke, Newton Browne, Hale, Walton, Dryden, Temple, EvClyn, Fepys, Butler, Addison, Swift, Pope, Ramsey, Clbber, Steel, Berkely, Defoe, and Bollngbroke, are a few of the brilliant stars which brighten the 413 pages. ''It will bring gladness to many a scholar's heart," says the Timet, of Philadelphia, "to find that this truly admirable work has been brought within the range of shallow pockets." Eight such vol umes, beautifully printed, and ele gantly bound in cloth, for only $2,50, or by the single volume for 43 cents, post-paid. Is certainly a marvel of cheapness, and should establish an enviable reputation for the publishers, if it can not make their . fortune. Already they report a sale of nearly 60,000 volumes, It ought to be in every library and home in the land. Specimen pages and full particulars as to various styles of binding, terms to clubs, etc, will be sent free on request by the publishers, the American Book Exchange, 55 Beekman street, New York. The work Is sold only to subscribers direct, and the present wonderful low rates are offered only to early purchasers. Volumes of this work can be seen at the office of this paper, and those who desire may add their names to a club soon to be forwarded. Samuel S. Hershberger, a resident of Pittsburgh, was carried around a shafting of machinery at Twenty-first street and Pennsylvania avenue on Tuesday, and had both legs crushed besides sustaining other injuries. He died in about three hours after his ad mission to the hospital. "GAINED FOUR POUNDS:1 Auburn, N. Y., Bept. 14. 1878. Hit. M. M. Fennek. Freilonln. N. Y.. Dear .Sir ! I hnd been suffering with IUpepia, I.lver C'omplnlnt, Nervousness mul Uenernl Debility. A dozen different remedies did no Rood. My whole body wns (19 spotted as an adder. Mr. David H. C'rnne, of Rochester. N. Y.. who Is carried away with your remedies advised me to tke your uioou ano jjiver neineuy anu ierve ionic. I have taken two-thirds ofti bottle and wish you could see the effect. I have untried four pounds. I owe you and Mr. Crane both a debt of gratitude. Yours truly, EUGENES. 8AYLER. Dr. Fenner's Blood and Liver Rem- euy bmu lvi vo iuiiiv majr well Lie called "The conquering hero" of the times. It is the medical triumph of i.. i np : . li i the bm. Whoever has "the blues should take it, for it regulates and re stores the disordered system that gives rise to them. It always cures Billious- ness and Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Headaches, Fever and Ague, Spleen Enlarge ments, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pimples, Blotches and all Skin Eruptions and Blood Disorders; Swelled Limbs and Dropsy ; Sleeplessness, Im paired Nerves and Nervous Debility ; Restores flesh aud strength when the system is running down or going into decline; cures Female Weakness and Chronic Rheumatism, and relieves Chronic Bronchitis, and all Lung and Throat difficulties. It does these things by striking at the root of disease and removing its causes. Dr. Fenner's Improved Cough Honey will relieve any cough in one hour. Dr. Fenner's Golden Relief cures auy pain, as Tooth-ache Neuralgia, Colic or Headache in 6 to 10 minutes, and readily relieves Rheumatism, Kid' ney Complaint, Diarrhoea, Dysentery. Dr. Fenner's St. Vitus Dance Spe cific. One bottle always cures. For sale by Drs. T. 8. Hartley and D. B. Day. A Handsome Income For An ENERGETIC LADY OR GENTLEMAN, The Ohio Scale Works of Cincinnati have just patented and are now in troducing to the public a Handsomely finished Family Scale, an article that has always been needed in every household, and in a communication addressed to the publishers of this paper the proprietors ask us toefcr them to some reliable party, to intro duce it for thera to the people of this county, it is very seldom that a new article steps so suddenly into uni versal favor. House-keepers are loud in its praise, it is always ready, there are no weights to get Lost or to be hunted up, it is reliable, and will not get out of order. The discription of them is a handsome base surmounted by a column in which works a spiral spring so scientifically adjusted as to weigh anything up to twelve pounds with perfect accuracy, on the top of the cortfrtm is the platform on which the articles to be weighed are placed, aud they have an adjustable indicator so that you cau take the tare of any vessel you may use in weighing, giving you the exact net weight. House-keepers at once see their value In weiirhlnK fruits, sugars and other ingredients used in preserving, cook' ing etc., or iu testing the weights of purchases from others. The scales are made of Brass, are highly polished and are finished in a skillful manner. They are very at tractive ami take the eye of every one who sees them. It seems to us that nearly every family in this county will want one, and is certainly a rare opportunity for some smart and energetic party to pick up quite a nice little income during the next few months. The Company has agents in other counties who are easily making from $5 00 to 3 00 per day selling them, and we would re commend parties in need of employ' meut to drop the OHIO SCALE WORKS, No. 125 and 127 Central Avenue, Cincinnati, O., a Postal Card, and all information etc., will be cheer fully given th'em by mentioning our paper. NE WAD VER TISEMENTS. Champion Green Corn best in the market at Morgester's. NELATON PAD! MONEY mr4 mm4 heH rttwed. 'ADH cur DripflpMlft, I n mumitlon In the Htcmi acta, .... ii.ii. m. . gl.&O. Uu KIDNEY PAHA enrn Rhonniatiaro, Nmimltrlft. Hackach. Kerv ounDebilliy.Ma Pricc.P2. Pad wot by mail .pottriiiri. on mjelpt of price. Bnd or call for C'lrrnlar. A X l ITTtfri t.l ss!-a 10lMWlmitSt.,Plin.,F tVxIjrark (oopyrtf Un. AGENTS WAKiTfcD. WlnulSt Phll.1Pfc Catharine M'Garvey, In the Court of oy ner next menu, George Morgan, vs John M'Garveyt Common Pleas of the County of Elk. No. 6, Nov. Term. 1879. DIVORCE. To the Respondent Above Named. Take notice, that subpoena and alias subpoena bavins been issued in the above entitled case, and returned "not I rouna in the county,' you are hereby notified to appear before said court on the FOURTH MONDAY OF MAY. A. D. 1879 to answer the said libelant's complaint. i). u. uybtjsk, enerin. Sheriff's Office, Ridgway Pa. March 12. 1870. Hall & M'Cacley, Attorneys for Libellant. n6t& Younir Men prepared for active busi ness life. The only Institution In the United States exclusively devoted to practical business education. School always in session. "For circulars giving full particulars address, J. C. SMITH, A. M., Pittsburgh, Pa. n51nlml. Estate Notice. Estate of James R. Snaddkn, or the Township of Berzinirer, JMK Co., ueccasea. All persons inaeoiea said Estate are requested to make im mediate payment, and those having legal claims atrain the same will present them without delay in proper oraer ror settlement. Jennie Snadden, Executor. Or her Attorney "j W. W. Ames. Esq. V St. Mary's, Elk Co.. Pa. J n3t4. A GENTS. D WANTE FOR OUR G RE A T WORK NOW IN PRESS, THE INDUITR I A L mm t mm m ml i HlStOiy 01 tUG U 111161 StitSS Being a complete history of all the important industries of America, in- eluding Agricultural, Mechanical, Manufacturing, Mining, commercial and other enterprises. About 1,000 large octavo pages and 300 fine en gravlngs. No Work Like it Ever Published For termsand territory apply at once. THE HENRY BILL PUB. CO. Norwich, Connecticut. v8n43-Ciu Peanuts 10 cents a quart at Mor- gester's. CENTRAL State Normal School. Eighth Normal School District) LOCK HAYEJf, CLI3T05 CO., FA. A. N. RAITB, A. M., Principal. This school as at present constituted. offers the very best facilities for Pro- lessionai and Classical learning. liuuinncs spacious, inviting and commodious; completely heated by steam, well ventilated, and furnished witb a bountiful supply of pure water. son spring water. ijocation neaitnrui ana easy or ac cess. Surrounding scenery unsurpassed. Teachers experienced, efficient, and alive to their worK. Discipline, firm but kind, uniform and thorough. .Expenses moderate.' Fifty cents a week deduction to those preparing to teach. (students admitted at any time. Courses of study prescribed bv the State; I. Model School. II. Prepan tory. III. Elementary. IV. Scien- en title. ADJUNCT COURSES : I. Academic. II. Commercial. III. Music. IV. Art. The Elementary and Scientific courses are Professional, and students graduating therein receive State Diplo mas, conierring the following corres ponding degrees: Master of the Ele ments, ana Master or the (Sciences. Graduates in the other courses receive Normal Certificates of their attain ments, signed by the Faculty. m ne professional courses are liberal. and are in thoroughness not iuferior to tnose or our best colleges. The State requires a higher order or citizenship. The times demand it. It is one of the prime objects ot this school to help to secure it by furnish ing intelligent ana emcieni teacners for her schools. To this end it solicits young persons of good abilities and good purposes those who desire to improve their time and their talents. as students. To all such it promises aid in developing their powers and abundant opportunities for well paid labor alter leaving school. t or catalogue and terms address the mncipai. S. D. BALL. President Board of Trustees, T. C. HIPPLE, Secretary. BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Clinton county. S. IX Ball. T. C, Hippie, Dr. J. H. Barton, A. H. Best. Jacob Brown, WilBen Kistler, A.N. Raub, W. W. Rankin, R. G. Cook. oaiuuei jurist, u. Jtt.intzing, . M Bickford, H. L. Diffenbach, A. C JNoyes, H. It. eale. Centre Ex-Gov. A G. Curtin. Clearfield Ex.Gov. Wm. Bigler. Elk Charles R. Earley. Mr679yl Hides, . Sheep Pelts, and Calf Skins wanted at 42 Main street. FRANK BETTELLE JSote, letter, foolscap, and legal cap papers, at this office. Also a I large stock of envelopes, as low as six cents for 25. 1879. THE PREMIUM LIST One Raymond Silver Watch One White Sewing Machine One Webster Unabridged Dictionary One Cash Prize .... Three Cash Frizes $10 each Five Cash Frizes, $5 each Total ..... ALL CASH FRIZES WILL BE PAID IN GOLD. $200 IN PRIZES ADVOCATE SUBSCRIBERS Call on Charles Holes, Jeweler, Ridgway, Fa-, and seev ui. - ir .-V3 ltG llUlfVlJlWH'V KUCl'fr MO Furniture Dealer, handsome and durable White Sewing Machine. The Other Prizes .Will 1879. OUR Ttoitovtnir that cverv family in and also believing it to be to the best that the pay should be in advance, Q..f.aritup to The Advocate The Advocate for one year and a ticket which will entitle him to a chance in the prizes which we oner, oix uunareu ik.-k.cib whs w ibhucu, iuu iuc drawing will take place as soon as the tickets are taken up, which we think v. ;Ln in .tut. aivtv davs. All old subscribers will be put on the same UUIl iuuvii ... j - V. . ... footing with the new ones; mat, is, ticket given to all persons sending us $30.00. we will furnish twenty papers an extra copy ana extra ucaev w mo HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., 1879. Mfoeate. . . 80 00 35 00 12 00 25 00 30 00 25 00 200 00 TO ELK COUNTY rv.77 n 7? Cf Will vfO J JJUWOI o, Ridgway, and see the Be mm i n GlVeH AS AdVertlSeC!.. PLAN. 1879. Elk county should have a county paper. interest of the publisher and subscriber we make the following unparalled offer : in Elk county who pays $1.50 will receive ,L ...ill V... k J IU. iu paper win w ""jt mm mo $1.60. Further, to any person sending us ior one year uu iwcmy ucneis, ixiue gww v Ridgway, Elk County, Pa. PENNSYLVANIA BAIL ROAD Philadelphia A Erie R.'R- Div. WINTER TIME TABLE. rri and after SUNDAY, November 1 f 10 1878, the trains on the Philadel phia A Erie Railroad Division will I run as follows i WESTWARD. ERIE MAIL leaves Phila 11 66 p. m. H iienovo...-n w a. iu. Emporium. 1 15 p. m. St. Mary's-2 07 p. m. Ridgway....283p-n. " Kane 8 45 p. m. arr. at Erie .7 40 p. m. EASTWARD. Erie MAIL leaves Erie 11 20 a. m. " Kane.........a oo p. m. Ridgway ....6 00 p. in. St. Mary's-5 26 p. m. Emporium. 6 20 p. m. Renovo......8 85 p. m. arr. at Phila 7 00 a. m. WM. A. Baldwin. General Bup't. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY GRIT'S SPECIFIC EEMEDT. 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TO ADVERTISERS. Geo. P.feowells&Co'S., SELECT LIST OF LOCAL NEWSPAPERS I Manv persons suppose this list to be composed of CHEAP, low-priced newspapers. The tact is quite other wise. The Catalogue states exactly what the papers are. When the name of a paper is printed in FULL FACE nntxT in the nlnce. When printed in CAPITALS it is the ONLY paper in the place. When printed in Roman letters it is neither the best nor' the only paper, but is usually a very good one. notwithstanding. The list gives the population or every town ana ine circulation of every paper. IT 18 NOT A CO-OPERATIVE LIST. It IS NOT A CHEAP LIST. At the foot of the Catalogue for each State the im portant towns which are not covered bv the list are enumerated. It is an honest L.IST. The rates cnargea lor advertising are barely one-fifth the publishers schedule. The price for ! one inch four weeks in the entire list is S635. The regular rates of the pa pers for the same space and time are i3,136.85. The list includes 970 news papers, or which 1U3 are issued .daily and 807 Weekly. They are located in 825 different cities and towns, of which 22 are State Capitals, 828 places of over 5,000 population, and 444 County Seats. Lists sent on applica tion. Address GEO. P. KOWELL A CO .'S Newspaper Advertising Bureau. iu Hpruce St. (fruiting House square). Jew lorn. A T E N T S AND TE ADE-M AHES. We procure Letters Patent on Inventions. No Attorney fees in advance in application for Patents in the United States. Special attention given to Inference Cases before the I'Atont ntnee. and all litigation apper taining to Inventions or patents. We also procure Patents in Canada and other foreign countries. Caveats Filed. Copyrights obtained. and all other business transacted before the Patent Office and the Courts which years experience as Patent Attorney. The Scientific Record. 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As we charge no ree unless successiui, stamps ior re turn postage should be sent us. it. b. a. a. tr. ijAjji x .. Estate Notice. ESTATE OF JOHN PINTZGER. late of Jones Township, Elk county, deceased. All persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make im mediate payment, and those having legal claims against the same will present them without delay in proper order for settlement. Jacob Smith, Executor. 1 m jpLAIN AND FANCY MARK. m f -a NW PAPER AND ENVELOPES For Sale Cheap at this Office.