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ttwntte. THURSDAY, NOV. 4, 1880. The Grand Resnlt. HOW THE MEMBERS OP THE UNION CAST THEIR ELECTORAL VOTE. GARFIELD. HANCOCK. Tolorado Alabama Connecticut IllillOiB Indiana Iowa Kansas Maine Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Arkansas Delaware Florida Georgia Kentucky Louisiana Maryland Mississippi Missouri New Jersey Nevada Tennessee Texas Virginia West Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Nebraska New Hampshire 5 New York Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island Wisconsin Vermont Total 213 150 150 Majority 63 DOUBTFUL. California 6 Get your bill-heads and note heads printed at The Advocate of fice. Subscribe for The Advocate, you will need it during the political compaign. Scrap pictures at The Advocate office. Subscribe for The Advocate. Hendrick B. Wright was defeated for Congress. Garfield's plurality in Ohio is about 30,000. Michigan gives the Republicans 40,000 majority. Get your job work done at The Advocate oflice. The Republican majority in Iowa is only about 85,000. " Election is over and it is generally believed that the country is safe. The County Commissioners have moved their office into the new Court House- Andrew Curtln is elected to con gress iu this district by from 2.000 to 8,000 majority. Hancock would have carried Pennsylvania but for the fact that Garfield has a majority of about 50,000. Harry White is defeated for Con gress in the 35th District Musgrove, Greenback-Democrat, being success ful. Shilling party in the basement of the M. E. Church on Friday eveuiug of this week, refreshments will be served. The Episcopal sociable on Wed nesday evening last was a complete success, everybody enjoying them selves. -Gray hairs are honorable, but few like them. Clothe them with the hues of youth by usiDg Ayer's Hair Vigor. That old skunk was on file all the same. Thursday morning he dangled at the end of a pole on the court yard feuce aud perfumed the air to the en tire satisfacton of the passers-by. The battle is to the strong. Election day passed off quietly in Ridgway. The weather was Dleosant. and as a consequence a large vote was ponea, reaenmg in the aggregate 423. No disturbance of any kind was had all parties seeming determined to work quietly and in good order. The Titusville Herald gives the number of completed wells for October as 339; production, 8,861 barrels, new drilling wells, 388, and dry boles 8. Compared with the September opera tions there Is a slight falling off in de velopments. ux. i-nuip b , Fulton, father of Mrs. Jerry Thompson of this place, died at his residence at Loch Shel drake, N. Y., on Tuesday, October 12 1880, aged seventy-two. Deceased was a highly esteemed aud valued citizen of that place, where for a nuiu ber of years he has carried on an ex tensive business, dealing in drugs and oompouuding medicines. He was a kind-hearted benevolent and christian Wt.nn J ...111 1 . 1 , . . - . "u win ue greatly missed Dy his many friends. The next morning after election an effigy with broken neck hung be tween Hall's brick building and Dr. Earley's office. At first sight it was difficult to tell whose neck had been broken, but on closer inspection it was discovered that the lay, or rather hanging figure was labeled "Earley." That's all right, but some fine day when John, the Baptist, goes hunting around In the wilderness for wild honey the result may prove that the effigy was wrongly labeled after all. 87th Judicial District Official Majori ties. ' Wm. D. Brown. Warren ...... 1,116 Rasselas Brown, Elk 931 Forest..... 132 1063 53 Majority for Wm. D. Brown Chautauqua county butter at Mor gester's. Pork, Hams, Shoulders, and best refined lard at Morgester's. Woolen socks and a full line of buck mittens and gloves at Morges ter's, 8 ban of-soap for 25 cents at Mor gester's. 329 Pennsylranla's Tote. The latest returns from Pennsyl vania, covering all sections of the State, show a Republican majority for Presidential Electors of 53,286, Republican majority on joint bal lot in the Legislature of 64, and the election of eighteen Republicans, seven Democrats and two . Green- backers to Congress. California. The very latest advices from Cali fornia indicates that the State has gone Democratic by a small major ity, although completed returns may place the State in the Republican column. If Democratic the result may be attributed to the Morey letter. The Republicans have hopes of saving one elector as Judge Terry, Democrat, was extensively scratched. Various estimates are made this morning of the probable complexion of the next House of Representatives, Hon. Edward McPherson, Secretary of the National Republican Congress ional Committee, claiming a Republi can majority of twenty-three. Our returns from our special correspond ents and the Associated Press do not bear out these figures, which however, may be verified by later returns. Ac cording to present Information, and makiugno claims that are not well founded, the Republicans will have a majority of at least seven in the next House. This is not much, but, as Mercutio said of his wound, which, in this cuse is in the side of the Demo cratic party.lt will do, and it is a great deal more than was expected when the campaign opened, and when the solid soutn, witn us one nundred members, confronted the rest of the country. Phi la. Press, Nov. 4. Personal Items. County Commissioner Reiscber has been appointed by the court as Congressional return jndge. Rev. Mr. Britt, of Corsica, will preach in the Presbyterian Chapel on Sunday next, Nov. 7th 1880. Albert Wendt, for some time em ployed by A. Swartz Ross, has left Ridgway. Our best wishes, as well as those of his many friends here go with him. Merchant Tailoring. For your winter clothing call on A. Swartz Ross, merchant tailor, over Powell & Kime's store, Ridgway, Pa. A large line of new and elegant sam ples of suitings and overcoats. Price to suit all classes, and fits guaranteed, work promptly delivered at the time agreed on. Call and have a suit made now before the winter rush com mences and you are compelled to wait several weeks before your turn comes. Horse Diseases. The new prevailing disease afflict ing horses called Cold, Catarrhal Cough or Epizootic is a Catarrahal Cold, affecting the air passages to the lungs, and sometimes affecting the frontal and nasal sinuses of the head and if left without treatment fre quently terminates in what is called Glanders, the horse lingers along a few weeks or mouths and dies. the remedy. For many years past a brother of mine in Corry, E. Bordwell, has been using a compound which has saved nearly every case that he has treated, especially if taken in the first stages of the disease, and he has treated thousands of cases. its action. In the first place it cuts the mem brane in the air passages. Secondly it is loosening. Thirdly It acts as an absorbent. Fourthly it gives an Immediate ap petite. In looking up the properties of this compound I find it is good. I have tried it. Others have tried it in this place and have not lost any cases. I am the sole manufacturer and dealer. The medicine is put up in pound bottles with directions. Those in my acquaintance living near and responsible can take trial bottles and if it does not cure if given in the first stages, ueed not pay for it. Price per pound $1.00. By the half dozen or dozen a liberal discount. All orders should be marked for Bronchial Elixir. J. S. Bobdwell, M. D., Ridgway, Elk Co., Pa. A Fearful Revenge. Richmond, Va., Oct. 30. A despatch received from Wytheville gives the particulars of a shocking tragedy which occurred in Carrol county. Mr. Frank Allison, a merchant, doing business with a young man named Hanks, as a partner, at Woodlawn, Carroll county, near the Grayson and Wythe county lines, had reason to suspect that Hanks was too familiar with his wife, and on Wednesday last he set a trap by which he fastened the guilt of both parties beyond doubt, aud which resulted In the death of his false friend and partner and the mor tal wounding of his faithless wife. Mr. Allison told his wife that day that be would be absent until the next. He secreted himself until night, when he returned after bedtime and entered the room of Hanks, in the rear part of the store, which building was in close proximity to his residence. Here be discovered his wife and Hanks together and commenced firing upon them, kill ing Hanks instantly and mortally wounded bis wife with two shots. Five shots were fired. Allison then surrendered himself. The family is one of the highest respectability and the shock to friends and relatives is dJtreeeiQg. Electors a DISTRICTS. w 3 04 6? tf o 3 Benezette Benzi tiger Fox Highland Horton Jay Jones Millstone Ridgway Rolie St. Marys Spring Creek Total 05! 334 271 24 82 48 80 24 252 32 2o'.t 2? 15S0 7201 Majority 816 To the People of Elk and Surrounding Counties. The New York Store is now com pletely stocked with an immense quantity of all seasonable goods In our line, just purchased for sharp cash, with all the discounts off. To all we say come and see us, and we will show you the lowest prices, and postively guarantee entire satisfaction to all who may give us a trial. Our stock consists of full lines of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks and Valises, Umbrellas, Rubber goods, Bed Quilts and Blan kets, Horse blankets, etc., etc., etc. Fine Dkess Goods Cashmeres, Silk, Satins, and Velvets, Moinie Cloths, Repellents' Lady's Cloth, Cloakings, Dress flannels, Plaid Suit ings, Canton Flannels, &c. A com plete stock scarlet, white, navy blue, gray opera aud other flannels. Great Bargains in Lady's Cloaks, Shawls Skirts and fine under wear. Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, elegant Fringes, Laces, Embroideries in great abundance. New Style Health Corsets the best thing out. Germantown Yarns.Zephyrs, Lady's, Mioses', and Uhildrens' Furs, kuit Basques and coats in variety. Big drives in prints. Best, 6 to 7 cents. Brown muslin best quality 6 to 9 cents; bleached muslin 6 to 10 cents. We positively show the largest, best and most complete stock of men's youths' boys' and childrens' clothing in suits or single piece, ever brought to this town. Also overcoats in styles and prices to suit all. Men's good business suits $8 to $15 " " dress "$10 to 523; Youths' " " $5 to $18; Boys' " " $5 to $12; Children's " S3 to 8; Men's Overcoats $8 to $13. Youths' Boys' and Children's over coats at correspondingly low prices. A large stock of Gent's furnishing goods. Big drives in overalls 40 cents up. Immense stock of gentlemen's under wear. Shirts and drawers 40 cents to $2.50 each. Navy blue, cashmere, and all other styles shirts, more than you can count. These goods must be sold, as we have such piles it hardly leaves us room to do business. Thanking our patrons for previous favors, we cordially solicit a continu ance of the same. To all we say come and see us. Cohen, Bro. & Brownstein, New York Store. Ridgway, Elk Co., Pa., Oct. 20, 1880. List of Letters remaining in the Ridgway Post Offlce, Elk County.Pa., up to Nov. 1, 1880. Bundy, Amy Casterlow, W. C. Campbell, Elder Cook, J. M. Dolliver, A. Don ling, P. M. Erkson, Emil Graenualt, Jno. H. Herron, Kev. J. D. Keenau, Michael Larson, Gust McKillop, Miss Olive Morce, John Nygreu, John Kosey, Miss Maggie Strienson, Miss Emma Wilson, R. A. foreign. Larson, G. Swenson, C. A. Swenburg, J. O. If not called for in thirty days they will be sent to the dead letter oltice at Washington, D. C. J. H. Hagerty, P. M. That splendid organ sold by D. S Andrus & Co., Williamsport, Pa., for f 75.00 cash with 7 stops, solid wal nut case and fi eet 8J inches high, is sold now for $80.00 with one more stop and the grand organ knee swell additional. Write them. Terms easy on long time also. ELK COUNTY stt-&3ra, x&tax, Auditor General O fi. c to o sr n p 3 F sr p B O a B 7T m o ! 88 89 03 19 38 m 119 5 151 35 28 37 i 4 94 334 88 i 4 82 22 4 20 99 89 841 258 24 519 209 93 24 82 19 88 68! 22 4 108 88' 4S 80 24 252 119 6 151 85 23 20 252 2 32 259 29 2 81 3 28 2G0 37 40 720 1533 '720 ''85 1574 093 720 813 881 State Notes. The hills along the Junitata and in Juniata, county are said to be swarming with patridges just as plump as good feed can make then. -The Pennsylvania Railroad Com pany have turned out of their shops at AUoona over 100 new passenger cars at an average cost of $5,500 each. An unusually large number of or ders have been received at the various iron works at Pittsburgh, which will keep everybody busy the rest of the year. P. K. Bargar for many years con fidential clerk of John Jermyns at Scran ton has been found guilty of ap propriating $50,000 to bis own use. E. R. Brown, Superintendent of the Lehigh Vnlley Railroad shops at Packerton, died at Munch Chunk of paralysis of the brain. John Koons,aged 21 years,residing at Tremont, while out gunning Tues day morning fell on a log and was in stantly killed by the discharge of his gun. The stove works of Thomas Roberts and Stevenson & Co.. at Quakertown were destroyed by fire between 12 and 1 o'clock Tuesday morning. Loss es timated at $140,000; insurance, $40,- 000. An incendiary fire has destroyed William M. Henderson's bam, near Carlisle, together with seventeen head of stock, all this year's crops and the tanning implements. Loss over 7,- 000; no insurance. Mrs. George Heilman of Annville, Berks county, was found dead in bed on Sunday morning. She retired on Saturday in apparently good health. Apoplexy is supposed to have been the cause of her death. A large barn at Bristol, owned by M. Daniels and used by the worsted mills of Grundy Brothers & Cham Dion of that nlaee. was burned to the ground. Loss, $15,000; no insurance. It is supposed to have been the work of an incendiary. A story comes from New Castle, Pa., to the effect that John H. Dugan, a resident in that neighborhood, bus unearthed an iron pot full of French gold coins of the time of Louis XIII and XV, by means of a divining rod. Adam Lcithnm, an old resident of Reading, a native of Bavaria, died on Monday, aged 80 years. He settled in Goshenhoppen, Montgomery county, fifty five years ago, where he carried on farming and lime burning, remov ing to Reading in 1854. The new No. 3 furnace of the Crane Iron Company at Catasauqua has been lighted. This is one of the furnaces which has been fnrnished with every modern improvements. It is cylinderical, without the massive stonework of Its predecessor; 00 feet In height and 16 feet bosh, the blast being supplied by three modern Whitewell stoves, each 18x60 feet, draft for which is furnished by the stack 180 feet high. Stroudsburg, Nov. 1. The town ship of Hamilton was thrown Into a wild state of excitement this moruing on finding that the 17-year old daugh ter of Samuel Bittenhender had been murdered, her head being pounded to a jelly. The girl left her home yester day afternoon to go to Jacob Marsh's to do housework. Her little sisters, while on their way to school this morning, discovered her by the road side with her brains scattered over the fence and stones where she lay. There were several tramps seen In the vicin ity early this morning, and it is sup posed they committed the crime. Meadville, November 1, George R Williamson, aged 60,engineeron the Western mail, which lea this city at 10 o'clock, was instantly killed about one hour later near Crawford's Switch by the breaking of the parallel driving-rod while the train was running at full speed. The end of the broken rod penetrated the cab and struck Williamson, producing instant death. He was one of the oldest and best en gineers on the road find highly es teemed by the entire community. His family resides here, atf d the body will be brought here for iulerment. OFFICIAL ser-. a, Supreme Judge MDIst. Judge Congress n n a a a rti p 5 a 2. O p 3 5 p W 3 B W B P. 3 H er o B B s c I p 63 3 B a c 3. i I 86 33 101 84 83 89 18 85 92 837 254 24 89 89 136 19 52 840 91 27 285 19 34 69 25 107 48 86 89 50 70 122 71 120 5 86 23 241 123 6 172 89 24 4 154 152 84 21 270 2 8 34 263 84 26 24 80 256 26 1 31 52 24 41 14 693 64 1624 693 1496 828 828, 693 931 668 The Queer Adventure of a Mysterious " 1 ... 1 U 1 The Boston correspondent of the San Francisco Bulletin tells this story: Some years ago a man who had more money man good reputation advertised that he would give $5,000 to any respectable white woman who would walk unveiled from the Adams House entrance down Washington street with him at an hour when all the fashionables were promenading. For weeks that offer remained uutaken for his reputation was such that no respectable woman would be seen with him, and the advertisement had said "that none others need apply." Fin ally, this woman who has just passed us, agreed to his terms and to join him at the appointed place and time. When the hour came Mr. was on hand. Soon a carriage drove up with the lady. It had been noised abroad that the offer had been taken up, and quite a crowd had gathered to see him pay his $5,000. He helped her alight, offered her his arm, walked a few steps with her, when she removed her veil at his request and revealed to his gaze a face as black as night. "You have deceived me," he said; "this is not fair." "I am not a darkey," she re lied, and to prove it she pulled off her gloves and showed a pair of hands as white as yours are thisj min ute. The man turned toward the car riage, paid her the $5,000, and she drove off, leaving him to the laughter and hoots of the amused crowd of by standers. It turned out afterwards that the girl was very poor, and tha to cultivate for want of money, and this is the way she overcame that ob- stacle. She went to Europe aml studied five years, and lias returned one of our most brilliant singers. The Census Work. THE TABLES TO HE READY FOR CON GRESS IN DECEMBER. The census bureau is making rapid progress in summarizing the results of the work done by over 30,000 enum erators employed last summer. Dela ware is the first state to be completed, but several others lack only a few dis tricts, and their totals will soon be an nounced. Gen. Walker said lately that he hoped to have tables showing the whole population of the country ready to transmit to congress when it meets iu December. This will be two months earlier than the results of any previous census were made up, and will render it possible for the present congress to make a reapportionment of representatives for the next ten years. Heretofore it has been so long after the census was taken before returns were completed that the work of re apportionment necessarily went over to the next congress after the one that was in existanee when the enumera tion was made. If the Republicans should elect a majority of the next house, the Democratic majority of the present house might think they could gain some party advantage by making the reapportionment them selves. There would be really, how ever little that they could gain, except that they might make the fractions which are generally left over after di viding the the population of a state by the the basis of representation count iu favor of Democratic rather than Re publican states. The arranging of districts to correspond with the new appointment is made by the state leg islatures. Wanted immediately. A first class wagon maker. Apply to S. A. Olmsted, corner Main and Depot Sts., Ridgway, Pa. Don't fail lo call aud examine our 15 new styles of visiting cards The prices are cheap, aud quality the very best. AGKNTS WANTED for our popular New Book I'HK INDUbTKIAL HISTOHY OK THE LMifci) htatls. Its Agriculture, Manufac tures. Mining. Banking, Insurance, etc. Agents make J5 to ilou per week Send for Special Terms to lieury Bill Publishing Co. Norwich, C't. n3u4 New Time Table. Under the new schedule the mall and local freigh leave Ridgway station as follows: MAIL WEST - . . 2:3e " EAST ... .(00 LOCAL WEST -. . 7:50 " EAST . . 32 iss', Assembly Sheriff. O B" P a F 63 3 B I1 4" 70 830 120 105' 45 271 25 82 18 67 81 80! 189 24 124 16 237 41 23 3 288 62 48 22 1338 9C3 963 1332 994 994 8751 List of Jurors. The following Is the list of Jurors drawn for the term of court commenc the the third Monday of November, 1880: GRAND J U Rons. Harrison Overtnrf.....Fnrmcr Benezette. Xavlcr Ruchlielt, Jr.Luborer... ..Benzlogcr. Patrick Jonlun Teacher Fox. Joseph Hontzur, Jr Farmer Fox. J. A. Mohan Merchant. ..Fox. Martin Hlvick Lumb'man Fox. CeloV.Chambcrlain..Lnborcr Horton. Xavler Hollo Farmer Horton. J. B. Trumbull Farmer Horton. Rphralm Hewitt Farmer Jay. P. S. Ernhout Laborer Joncn. Horaco Warner Gunsmith. .Jones. John Naglu, Jr Laborer Jones. Adam 1'lstncr Blacksmith Jones. Reuben Illmcs Laborer Millstone. A. S. Buckley Laborer Hldgway. Joseph W. 'laylor Laborer Ridgway. 1). H. Day Physician.. Kidttway. Simon Aliens Laborer Ridgway. Matthew Shnnley Farmer Spring 'reck Joseph Jacobs, Jr Butcher St.Marys. Joh.F. Vlndi'eldcr,Jr..i:lerk Ht.Marys. v raiiK ueru l.aoorer (Si.iMarys. Michael Bauer i:arpenter...St.Mary8. TKAVKIWK JCItons. 1). S. Johnson Farmer Benezette. John Barr Farmer Benezette. .lame (Thomas Laborer Benezette. (icorsm M ahun .....Farmer Benezette. William Herr Blacksmith. Benezette. Francis Frey Laborer Benzi iiger. Leonard Rltler Laborer Beiizluger. Lewis Hanhauser Laborer Benzlnger. Andrew Kaul Lumberman Benzi ntier, Joseph I.enzel Farmer Benzi tiger. WullgutiK Weigel Farmer Bcnzinuer. George (iregor Farmer Benzlnger. Joseph Scbauers Furnier Brnzinger. August Fleltermun.. Fanner BenziDger. Joseph Hclueberl Farmer Fox. Kdward M alone Farmer Fox. John Dolllnger Farmer. Fox. Joseph Itey nobis Laborer Fox, H. ('. Buichileld Laborer Horton, J. W. Brown Lumberman, Jay A, M. Straight Physician Jones. L. A. Grote Foreman Jones. Martin Sowers Merchant...,. Jones. J. C. Mell'ert Fanner Jones. Jacob Lock Farmer Jones. C. H. Horner Butcher Jones. t'ampbell'Blutr Fanner Millstone. John Van Orsdall Farmer Hldgway. E. K. Gresh Merchant Hldgway. Charles Mead J. P Hldgway. B. P. Mercer Butcher Hldgway. John McGrady Laborer Ridgway. Charles Holes Jeweler Hldgway. Henry A.Parsotis,Jr..Edltor Hldgway. Thomas Noon Plasterer Hldgway. John Kemmerer Farmer Hldgway. Capt.Jas.Voodward...Clerk Ridgway. F. C. Ely Lumb'rmatiHIdway. D. D. Cook Jobber Hldgway. Nathan Laughner Laborer sprlngl.'reek .laekson Walt Lnboier...SpiingCieek. William I'. Henry Farmer SprlngCreek Lewis C. Buyer ( 'arpenter... St.Marys. George Young Laborer ..... St.Marys. John Keller Shoemaker..st.Marys, Louis Gels Luboter SLMarys. Thos. J. Burke LP ...St.Marys. John Krng Butcher Ht.Marys. Joseph Rosen hover Laborer St.Marys. G. '. Brandon Editor St. Mary s. Nti W AD VEllTISEMEXTS. SHERIFF'S SALES. BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued out of the Court of Com mon Pleas of Elk Countv. and to me directed, 1, D. C. Oyster, High Sheriff of said County, do hereby give notice mat i wm expose to public saleor out cry, at the court house, Ridgwav. Pa., on MONDAY, NOV. 15th, 1880, at one o'clock P. M., all the interests of defendant in and to the following real estate, being in the borough of St. Marys, Elk county, State of Pennsyl vania, bounded and described as fol lows, to wit: Beginning at a post on New Brussels road ; thence west along New Brussels road eighty-five (85) feet to a public road; thence south along said public road one hundred and sixty-seven (107) feet to a post; thence east sixty-nve (05) feet six (6) Indies to a post ; thence north one hundred and forty-eight (148) feet nine (9) inches to the place of beirinnintr. on which premises there is erected a two- story Irame house, 2'i by 28 feet, aud a coal shed, 6 feet by 12 feet. Seized and taken Into execution as the property of Martin Nicholas, at me still oi f nitiK iveller. TERMS OF SALE. The following must be strictly com- pueu wnen me properly is struck on: 1. All bids must be naid in full ex. cept where the plainttff or other lien creditor becomes the purchaser, in which case the costs on the writs must be paid, as well as all liens prior to that of the purchaser, and a duly cer tified list or liens shall be furnished. including mortgage searches on the property sold, together with such lien creditor's receipt for the amount of the proceeds of the sale, or such por tion thereof as he shall appear to be entitled to. : 2. All sales not settled Immediately ...in i j ... , . . . .r win uo uuiiiiur.iU UUlll SIX O'ClOCK i. M-, at which lime all Dronertv not ; settled for will again be put up, and Biiiu ui me expense ana risK or the person to whom it was first struck off, and who, in case of deficiency at such re-sale, shall make good the same, and in no instance will the deed be pre sented in court forcontirmi tion unless the bid is actually settled for with the Sheriff as above stated. D. C. OYSTER, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Ridgway, P..1 Oct. 28th 1880. f See Purdon's Digest, 9th edltioD. go 8 44Smjth's Forms, page 884. Business Cards GEO. A. RATHBUN. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. , ' Main street, Ridgway, Elk Co., t. Particular attention given to tta examination of titles, also to patent and patent cases. HALL & M'CAULEY ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. ' Offlce in new brick building, Maid street, Ridgway, Elk Co., Ta. T82t W. L. WILLIAMS. Late of Strattanvllle), Physician and Surgeon, Ridgway, Pa. Offlce In Hall's Brick Building (up-staira)-References J. D. Smith, H. L. Young, It. Rulofson, Strattanvllle j Major John Kltley, W. W. Green; land, Ciaricn. Has practiced his profession sccessfully for more than ten years. Q. G. MESSENGER. DRUGGIST A PARMACEUTIST N. W. corner of Main and Mill streets Ridgway, Pa., full assortment of care fully selected Foreign and Domestic Drugs. Prescriptions carefully dls pensed at all hours, day or night. vln3y J. S. BORDWELL, M. D. ELECTIC PHYSICIAN & SURG'Nj Has removed his office from Centre" street to Main street, Ridgway, Pa., In the second story of the new brick building of John G". Hall, west of the Hyde House. Office hours : 1 to 2 P. M. 7to 9 P.M HYDE HOUSE. W. II. SCII RAM, Proprietor, Ridgway, Elk county, Pa. Thankful for the patronage hereto fore so liberally bestowed upon him; the new proprietor hopes, by payiug strict attention to the comfort and con venience of guests, to merit a continu ance of the same. ocW0'69 APPLETO N'SAMERICAN CYCLO PyEDIA. This admirable work is now com pletcin 16vols. EachvolumecontainsSoO pages. It makesa complete and well selected library, aud no one can afford to do without it who would keep well Informed. Price $ 5 uo in cloth, $6.00 in leather, or $7.00 in elegant half Turkey. For particulars address) W. II. Fail-child, Portville, Catt. Co., N. Y., who has been duly appointed agent for Elk county by C. K. Judsonj general agent. BEST in THE WORLD I AMD SALERATUS Which is the sarno thing. Imnure Bl-Crb Soda or Smleratorf r 'which istheaaiuo tliixi2)laofasllgKC. I v Ulrtr while color, it may apnea white, examined hv Itself, bat COMPAllISOS wii ti ilium ii CO'AKHAHDHtIlNER BRAND Will show the dlfferencco Bc that your Saleratns and Bk Ing SoJu. Is white and PURE, m should be ALL SI MIL AH SUBSTAN CES used for food. Housekeepers who prefer bretd made wltH Taut, will improve its quality, make H riitf botterand prcventit from souring, by adding one-half teappnonful of Church & Co. Soda or Baleratua. Be aure and not use too much. The1 use of this with sour milk, in preference t Baking Powder, saves twenty tima its cost. Hoe one pound parkago for vuluablo inform- tion aud read caroiully. SHOW THIS TO YOUR GROCE-R. PENNSYLVANIA HAIL ROAD Philadelphia & ErieR. R- Div WINTER TIME TABLE. On and after SUNDAY, November" 9, 187'J, the trains on the Philadel--phia& Eric Railroad Division will run as follows: WESTWARD. EHIE MAIL leaves Phila 11 55 p. in. " " Reiiovo 11 00 a. ni " " Emporium. 1 lo p. m " ' Ht. Mary's..2 11 p. in. " " Ridgway....2 86p- m. " " Kane 3 50 p. m, " arr. at Erie 7 65 p. ui EASTWARD. ekie mail leaves Erie 11 35 a. ni " Kane 4 00 p. m, " ' Ridgway. ...5 00 p.m. " St. Mary's. 27 p. m, " Emporium. 0 25 p. m. " Renovo......8 40 p. m " arr. at Phila 7 00 a. ni, . Wm. A. Baldwin. General Sup't. REGISTER'S NOTICE, Notice is hereby given that the! following accounts will be presented at the next Orphans' Court for con lirniatioii: 1. Final account of R. V. Kime and Statira R. Chapin, guardian of Alton R. Chapin, heir of J. C. Cha pin late of Ridgway Township, Elk Co., deceased. 2. Final account of Jacob McCau ley, administrator of John McCusker, late of Fox Township, Elk Co., de- ceased. Fred. Schceninq, Register. The oldest and Wet appointed IostltuOoa foSf otainu-.-- a Bualnuss Education. Hot suvultn- dUxtM. - tvrr a soma, i ..Jluaburga, XJj Get your NOTE PAPER, EN VELOPES, and CIIROMO VIS ITING CARDS at The Advocate office, over Powell & Kime's store; Ridgway, Pa Light running, Latest Improved DOMESTIC, at prices never heard of before, at Mrs. W. S Service's. Note paper and envelopes at tht) Aavoci,Tf offlo.