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Ilenry A. rnrsons, Jr.,
Editor THURSDAY, MAY G, 1881. Entered at the Post-office at rldowav, pa., a3 second class mail matter. Cfirbondule, Pa., May 1 Forest fires ave raiting along the railroiul linen In th If vicinity and dense volumes of moke covers the city. A large fire has been spreading near Valley Junc tion to-dny. Oangs of men are out to-day in Clifford township to pre vent several farm houses from being destroyed. Large quantities of bark and valuable timber in the Salem Woods and along the Jefferson branch are in danger of destruction. Fire companies are useless on account of the scarcity of water in suburban dis tricts. Pittsburg. May 1. During yester day County Treasurer M'Callin was tendered fifty dollars for license fees by about five hundred liquor dealers, but the treasurer refused to receive the money. The liquor men have raised a general fund by contributing $"5 each with which they propose to test the law of 1872, unless the Flinn bill I passed. Several hundred of the larger dealers have paid the ,!(() fee, as called for by the law of 187,"), but their sym pathies are also with the retailers, who favor the law of 1872, which requires only a $50 fee. Mayor Lyon has sup plemented the order that all saloons must be kept closed on Sunday with another that all cigars and tobacco dealers must also close up shop on the Sabbath. Grand Island, Neb., April 20 Christian Koch, an engineer, who runs between Grand Island and St. Paul, returned to his home at St. Paul this morning and found the door of his house locked. lie looked in the window and saw one of his children in bed and his wife lying with blood around her upon the floor near the bed He got the Sheriff, and together they went in and found the tluce children in bed and the wile on the floor, all witli their throats cut, and a raizor on a table near by. The child ren were aged 4 years, '2 years, and (i months respectfully. It is thought the mother first murdered her children and then committed suicide. The Coroner's Jury rendered a verdict in accordance with the above facts. No reason is given for the deed and there Is no evidence of insanity. She left only the word "Good-by" behind her to explain. Saving Money in the Poet Office. Washington, April 20. The Post master General to-day awarded to the American Hank Note Company New York the contract for furnishing post age stamps to the Department for the next four years. This Company will supnly the stamps at the rate of O.Pi per thousand or $81, 5:23.44 per annum, on the basis of t lie number of stamps used last year. The cost of stump's for the last fiscal year was $S3,(71 and under 'he new contract u saving of $7,148,39 will be effected The amount of stamps used during the last year was as follows: Stumps for public asp 875.flSl.B70 Ofllrial stumps fur the Departments .1, TiJ.'.mo KewKpnpcr and poi iiulu-al stamps l.TTii.iK! Postage due slumps Third Assistant Postmaster General Hazen, under whose supei inteiideiiee the contract with the Hank-note Com pany was awarded, says that lie can remember when the department paid 27 cent per 1, CD!) for the printing of tamps, two-thirds more than under the contract made to-day. For farm, road, or lumber harness single or double, give Jacob Butter flies a call. TRIAL LIST. List of causes set down for trial at the May term of court commencing the Fourth Monday of May, being the S3d day of t lie month. 1. L. Baltonstall et al. Trustees, vs J. 8. Hyde tt al. No. 04 August Term 1807. 2. Francis A. Lesch vs. John Hoff man. No. ti-l November Term, 1874. 3. Thomas P. Men it t vs. J. W. Brown, No. 128, May Term, 1878. 4. Jordan K. Nee I vs. John Win gart. No. 20, September Term, 1878. 6. Frank Pullman vs. Morgester & Jackson. No. 76 .September Term, 1679. 6. D. A. Pontius vs. Conrad Moyer Jr. No. 35, November Term, 1870. 7. Fredericks, Monroe & Co. vs. C. It. Farley. No. 30. January Term 1880. 8. The Township of Fox vs. John M'Mackin et al. No. 8G. May Term, 1880. 9. R Rulofson vs. G. T. Wheeler, No. 10, September Term, 18S0. 10. Mary S. M'Conhay. now Marv JiPver vs. D. A. Pontius Xo. 1 May Term, 1880. 11. Aimer Hurley, vr. Armel Turley No. 85 May Term, 1880. 12. E W. Maybee vs. Powell & Kinie, No. 81, September Term 1880. 13. Robert Young et al. vs. George Carrier et ul. No. 2'J, November Term 1880. 14. Robert Young et al. vs. George Carrier et al. No. 30 November Term, 1880. 15. J. S. Hyde vs. Oilman T. Wheeler, No. 36, November Term, 1880. 10. Daniel Euwer et al. vs. C. R. Earley et al. No. 45 January Term 1881. 17. M. M. Schultz, Trustee, vs. Oil man T. Wheeler et al. No. 68 Jauu ary Term 1881. 18. M M. Schultz Trustee vs Gil man T. Wheeler et al. No. 6'J Jauu ary Term 1881. 19. The Township of Fox vs. Mich ael Brehui et al. No. 84,January Term 1881. 20. Ellis Lewis vs. C. R. Sexton. No. 8 May Term 1881. 21. Henry Souther vs. Samuel Dickinson, guardian, fco. No. 37 May Terra 1881. FRED. SCtKENINQ, Clerk. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. The Township of Ridgway, vn. The Borough of In the Courts of Common Pleas No. 3 May term iiidgway. 181. IN EQUITY tn pursuance of an order of the Court of Common Plea of Elk county, tomb- In the above entitled case nn the 20th day of April Instant, notice Is hereby 'given to nil persons having claims sgaliist the township of Ridg way prior to Ilie erection of the Ror ouiih of Ridgway, to present the same with the proofs thereof to the under signed appointed by said order to re ceive proofs and ascertain the indebt ness of said township, at the ofllee of Hall & McCauIey in tin Horough' of Hldgway, on or before the loth day of August, 1881, and that all persons not presenting their claims on or be fore the said day shall he forever de barred from enforcing the collection of the same. M. S. Kmne. Examiner. Ridgway, Pa., April 27, 1881. L'lk family Court Proclamation. WH FREAK, the Hon. Win. D. Brown. President .ludic for the Thirty seventh Judicial District ofPcnnsyl vania, ami Julius Jones, and George Ed. Weis, Esquires, Associate Justices in Elk county, have Issued their pre cepts, to tut directed, for the time of holding of the Orphans' Court, Court of Common Picas, ( lencral (juarter Sessions ami Oyer and Terminer, at Itid.'jwav, for the countv of El k on the FOURTH MONDAY IN MAY. 18M, being the -Uh day of the month, to continue one week. Notice is therefore given to the Cor oner, Justice of the Peace and Con stables in and for the county of Elk, to appear in their own proper jh rsons. with their records, inquisitions, and remembrances, to do those tilings which of their offices and in their he half appertain to In- done, and all wit nesses and other persons prosecuting it', behalf of the Common wealth against any person or persons, arc requested to be then and there attending, and not to depart at their peril. Jurors are requested to be punctual in their at tendance at the appointed time, agree able to notice. Given under my hand and seal, at the Sheriff's otlicc, in Ridgway, the J-il day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eight v-one. THOMAS SULLIVAN, Sheriff. ELK COUNTY, KS: 'I he Comtiumwcalth of JViinsi! rnniri In ilir Siciill' of said County ii in: lt is m Wiikkkas. Sarah S. Lucore and Rums Lucore her husband on the ;!uth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-eight, obtained a judgment in our County Court of Common Pleas of Ed; County afore.-aid, be 'ore our Judges at Ridgway, against J. E. Horning, Executor of the last Will and Testament of John Horuiiii;, late of Elk County, deceased, for a certain debt or sum of twelve hundred dol lars, as also six and 45-liM) dollars, which to the said Plaintiffs were ad judged for their costs and charges which they sustained hy occasion ot t lie detent iin of that debt. And, whcicns, the said John Hom ing died seised of real estate in the said County of Elk. And, whereas, the said Plaintiffs have given us to understand that the said judgment remains wholly un paid and unsatisfied, and have be sought us to provide for them a proper remedy: And we being w illing that what is just in this behalf should lie done, do according to the form of the Act of Assembly in such cases made and pro vided, Command you tl at you make known to J. E. Horning, William Morning. Catherine Miller, and Jane hidings, heirs of John Horning de ceased, and Elizabt th Earley and C. R. Earley her husband, Esther Eniigh tuid George Emigh her hus band, (the said Elizabeth Earley and Esther Eniinh being heirs of the said John Horning deceased i, that they lie and appear before our Judges at Ridg way, at our County Court, of Common Pleas there to be held for said County, on the 4th Monday of May next, to show cause, if any tiling they have to know or say, why the said judgment so recovered against the said J E. Horning, Executor, &c, of t lie said John Horning deceased, shall not )e levied and paid out of the said real estate of which the said John H lin ing died seised as aforesaid' Anil have you then and there this writ. Witness the Honorable W. D. 12 row n President Judge of our said Court at Ridgway the 28lh day of January in the year of our Lord one thous (1 1 1 U S and tight hundred and eighty-one If KKU. SCIHKNI.VG, Seal. Ptothonotarv. Thomas Sullivan, Sheriff. List of Jurors. Drawn for May term, 1881. CHAM) JL'hOKS. Bcnzingcr Simon Hrendel.Haptiste Bauer, Anthony Goetz, Valentine Nethert, Jr. Fox Peter Panlzer, Sr., Morti more Keeley, George W. Connor, Silas W. Moyer, Andrew Cross, Jr., Joseph Dollinger. Horlon A. H Sparks. A. I). Aldin, George S. Hinies, Fred Burclifield. Jay George L Thurston, James A. Burke, Morris Flanders. Jones A. C. Johnson. Ridgway Samuel S. Wilson, T. B. Johnson, W. W. Mattison. Spring Creek Roderick Wescott. St. Marys Frank Oeyer, Matthews Malone. TltAVKKSE JUItOIts. Benzinger John Gahn, Martin Diepold, Andrew Glass, Nicholas Dewald. P.enezette Joseph Eutz, Newton Johnson, Henry Blesh. Fox John W. Moyer, Tulbot Thompson, Joseph Emniett, John B. Jones, W. A. Arthurs. H or t hi 1 1 a r vey Pa rson s. Jones Enos Roet;er, Frank Miller, M illstone Thomas Sly lion". Ridgway John Gilloulv, A.Swartz Ross, Virgil S. Wheeler. C B.C. Bow ers, John Kohler, Edwaid Bowers, Jerome Powell, John A. Bankston, Howard Gorton, Francis McGlojn, Charles Matthews, Peter C.Kenitnerer. Spring Creek Newman Crabtree, L. L. Miller, Forbus Keister. St. Marys Joseph Wimlfelder, Sr.. Herman Tegler, Matt. Hays, John Jacob, Peter Struhel. Shelf Paper and Scrap Pictures. At the Advocate ofllee. The shel paper is in many colors; the scrap pic tures In endless variety. Also auto grap albums, fancy note paper, etc. Call and see us, over Powell & Kime's store. Visiting cards, and Christmas cards, besides Reward of Merit and other cards. It won't cost you a cent to call and see our new stock, just re cevied. ' List of Licenses for May Term, 1881. NOTICE Is hereby given that the following persons 'have filed their petitions for License in my ottlce, and that they will lie presented to the Court of Quarter Sessions on Wednes day, January 20, 1881. at 2 o'clock P. M. TAVERN. FOX. 1. Joseph Koch fc Son. 2. Geo Spooler. JAY. 8. E. II. Dixon. hiikhvav noKouoir. John Vaugltan, Salver Jackson, t. 5. 0. 1'eter S Hogert. BT. MAKYS. John Grol. EATING HOUSE. BKNEZETTE. John Daily. 8. FOX. 9. Herman Hirt. Jay. 10. Armel Turley. 1IIIKIWAY ToWNSHIl'. 11. J. N. Brown. STORE. fox. 13. James MeCloskey, ST. MARYS. 13. I,. W. Gilford, 1 1. Clias. McVcan. That If any person or persons slnll neglect or refuse to lift ids, her, or their License within Fl FT 10 EN DAYS utter the same has been granted such neglect or refusal shall be deemed a lorfeiture o! said liicense Pnrdon. V 2d. page 913.1 FRED. SC1ME.NING, Clerk, (. H. Sheriffs Sales. BY VIRTUE OF SUNDRY writs of fieri facias, alias fieri facias, vendi tioni exponas, levari fac as, and testa tum fieri facias issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Klk Countv, and to mc directed, 1 THOMAS SULLI VAN, High Sheriff of said county, do hereby give notice that I will expose to ptihliit sale or outcry at the Pro thoiiotary's ofllee, in Ridgway, at one o'clock P. M., on MONDAY, MAY. 23, Issl. All the right, title, interest, claim ami demand of defendant in, to, and out of all that tract of land situate in the township of Itcu.iugcr, in the county of Elk. and State o'' Pennsyl vania, bounded and described iw fol lows; Beginning at n post on North St. Marys road; t hence west two de grees south one hundred and live perch es, more or less to the corporation line; t hence south forty-six ileirrccsH east along the corporation line tidy four perches; thence cnt two degrees north seventy perches, more or less, to St. Marys road; thence noithward along the St. Marys road; forty-five j perches to t he place of beginning, con taining twenty-five acres, more or less, and being' numbered fifteen on the map or plan ol the town or settlement of St. Marys. Excepting all that piece of land he- liming' at the northwest corner of said John Walker's land and in the rear line of lots on St. Michael street1 and tit the southwest corner of a piece ot land belonging to Michael Slmia- beck; thence along the south line of same and of laud owned by Anton Bcimingcr north eighty-iiine and three-fourths degrees east two hundred eighty-two and two-tenths feet; thence south sixty-seven and seven-eights de grees west two hundred and twen y and seven-tenths feet to the rear line of lots on St. Michael 'street; thence north forty three and one-half degrees west one hundred and thirteen feet to the place of beginning, containing eleven thousand six hundred and two square leet. On winch there is erect ed a barn Wix-w leet, also a slaughter house 12x 10 leet. 2. All that tract of land situate in the borough of St. Marys, county of Elk, state of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as fol.ows, to-wit: Be ginning at the rear corner of building town lots thirty and thirty-two; thence in a straight line with said town lots and along Xaverius Buc lieit's lot four hundred and eleven leet, more or less, to the line of J. Walker's land: thence westerly along J. Walk er's land live hundred ami seventy three feet, more or less to the rear line of town lots on St. Michael street; thence southeasterly along said line til town lots tin St. Michael street three hundred and seventy-four feet more or less, to place of beginning, contain ing one acre and three-quarters of an acre, more or less. 3. Also, all that certain town lot or piece of ground situate in the borough of St. Marys aforesaid, known as town lot number fifty four on St. Marys street in tlie map or plan of said bor ough of St. Marys and being one hundred feet front on said St. Marys stree' hy two hundred feet deep al right angles, bounded north by lot number fifty-six, east by Virgin alley, south by lot number fifty two, mid west by St. Marys street, on which there is erected a house 28x30 feet; barn :i(ix30 feet, and old house I'Sxliw leet, witli wing attached. 4. Also, all that certain piece of land or part of a town lot in the borough of St. Marys aforesaid, known as the southern part of lot number fitty-six in the map or plan of St. Marys and being lilty-sevcn feet nine inches, more or less, in front on St. Marys street by two hundred feet deep at right angles, hounded on the north by a portion ot said lot number liity six conveyed by John Walker to Jolin Walker, Jr., by deed dated 13th of April, 1875; east by Virgin alley; south by lot number fifty-four, and west by St. Marys Irseet, on which there is erected a store house 2-'x40 feet. 5. All that certain piece of land or town lot situate in . the borough of St. Marys aforesaid, known as lot number ten on Cnestnut street, ac cording to a map of lots laid out and surveyed hy Charles Luhr, being eighty feet in front on Chestnut street by one hundred and fifty let dee)) at rfglit angles, liounded north by Mill street; east by an alley; south by lot number twelve, and west by (.'hestnut street, containing twelve thousand (12.0(1(1) square feet, on which there is erected a house 23x30 feet, with addi tion 17x23, i i stories high; also small stable and well of water. 0. Also, all that certain piece of land or town lot situate in the borough of St. Marys alorcsaid, known as lot number I welve (12) on Chestnut street according to Charles Luhr's map of lots in said borough, being eighty in front on Chestnut street by one hundred and eighty feet deep at' right angles, bounded mirth by lot number ten; east by an alley; south by lot number fourteen, and west by Chest nut street, containing twelve thous and squure feet more or less. 7. Also, all that certain pieceof land or town lot situate in the borough of St- Marys aforesaid, known as lot num berseveuteen (17) on ('hestnut street, according toCharles Luhr's mapof lots In said borough, being one hundred feet in tront on Chestnut street by one hundred and fifty feet deep at right angles, bounded north by lot number fifteen; east by Chestnut street, south by lot number nineteen, and west by Virjlu alley, containing fifteen thous and sous re feet more or less. 8. Also,ull that certain pieceof land or town lot situate In the borough of Kt Mary aforesaid, known as lot number nineteen on Chestnut street accord ing to Charles Luhr's map of lots In said borough being one hundred feet front on chestnut street by one hun dred and fifty feet deep at right angles bounded north by lot number seven teen; east by Chestnut street; south by lot number twenty-one, and west by Virgin alley, containing fifteen thous and (15,(K)ll) square feet. Seized and taken in execution as the property of Walker & Son, at the suit of Crouch Bros. & Co., and Wright & Co. ALSO. All that certain tract, piece or parcel of ground lying and being in the township of Fox', county of Elk, and state of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a post thesouthwest corner of the lot of land conveyed to I'atrick Slicl vey by Norris and others; thence north by laud of said Shelvey fifty eight and one-half rods to tv beach tree; thence west, partly by laud of L. Mo han one hundred and twenty-three and tine-half rods to a beech; thence south lilty-eighi and one-half rods to a hemlock; thence cast by land of John Wonderlv one hundred and twenty three and one-half rods to the place of beg inning. containing forty-three acres and allowance ol'six per cent., and be ing part of t tact No. 4371, and con veyed to Dennis Tooniy hy Peter O'Hara and wife by deed dated March 1st, A. D. IHti'i, aini duly recorded in deed book L, page 341, in and for the county of Klk, Ac., on which there is about, thirty acres under improvement with young growing orchard on same, on which there is u hewed log house about 20x31) and one barn 30x40 feet ami iv spring ol good water. Seized and la'ien in eieeiition as the property of Dennis Tooiuey, at the suit of Peter O'Hartt. ALMO All the interest of J. A. Spaiuder, defendant, in the following two tracts, pieces or parcels of laud: 1. All that, certain teiiemcuit ami farm buildings and tracts or piece of land situate in Jay township, Elk county, Pennsylvania, being part of tract of land No. 4I5, described as fol lows, to-wit: Beginning ..at a pine about two perches west of a spring; thence west fourteen perches to a stake; thence south one hundred and fifty-three perchi's to a black oak; I hence east li fly-two perches to a black oak; thence north sixty sven perches to the turn pike road; thence along said road northerly thirty-eight perches to a stake; thence west fifty two perches to a chestnut; thence north twenty-two perches to tiie place of beginning 2. Also another piece of land ad joining above described tract, des cribed as follows, viz. Beginning at a chestnut stump on the east side of the turnpike road aforesaid: thence along said road ninety-six perches on the westerly side of said road; thence we?t one hundred and thirty-eight pen-lies; thence north ten degrees cast forty three perches. Hoth of said tracts coii-tinscighty-three acres of land, more or less. On the above first piece of ground there are about ten acres cleared and improved, and erected tlieieou a two story frame house, 1.1x30 fet, with kitchen 12x16 feet, one story hU'h, barn 10x3(1 feet, and other outbuild ings. On the above second tract there are about eight acres cleared. Seized and taken in execution a the property of J A. Spanglcr, at the suit of Joseph Wilhelm. ALSO. All that certain tract, piece or parcel of ground lying and bring in the township of Jay, county of Elk, and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: Beginning; at the northeast croner ol premises being described, sitid corner being the northwest corner of lands ot John Gibson, and on the north line of warrant 48H4 thence along the west line of said Gibson's lands south eighty-nine and tine-half rods to the centre of creek road; thence north seventy-seven and one-half degrees west thirty-seven ami seven-truths rods to a peg in the centre of said road; thence south fifty-two degrees forty minutes west two rods to the left bank of the mill race: thence aiomr tlie bank of said race north fifty-two degrees west six rods, north seventy three degrees west four and fotir tenths rods, north eighty-four and one-half degrees west seven and two tenth roils, north seven and one-half degrees we.-t sixteen rods, north fifty five and one-half degrees west six and five-tenths rods, north seventy-five and one-half degrees west eight and seven-tent lis rods, north fifty-nine and one-hall' degrees west ejevcu and six tenths rods, north sixty-four and one half degrees west seven and two tenths rods, north seventy-live and one-half degrees west six rods, north sixty-seven and one-halt degrees west twelve rods, north thirty-seven de grees west six rods, to a hemlock stump at the head of (lie dam; thence duesoutli forty three and three-tenths rods to a post ; thence west one hun dred ami forty-seven and five-tenths rods to a post on the (west of the partitioned premises) east line of P. F. Weed's land; thence by P. F. Weed's lands and lauds of B. A. Weed north ciguiy-nine ami inree-ienins roils lo a post on the noth line of warrant No. 4894; thence by saiil line cast two hundred and sixty-eight rods to the place of beginning, containing two hundred and thirty-six acres, two roods and twenty-eight perches, more or less, on which there is about forty acres cleared, a two story house 20x3) feet, Willi wing 10x40 feet, one story high; oi.e barn 4'ixoO feet, and other out buildings, &c. Seized and taken in execution as the property of Justus Weed, at the suit of Joseph Willielm. ALSO. All the right, title, interest. claim and demand of defendant in, to ami out ot all that certain tract ot land situate in the town-hip of Ren czeite, Elk county. Pa., hounded and described as follows, to-wit: Begin ning at (lie northwest corner of lands belonging to John Burr; thence along jonn iiarr h road uortn sixty nine de grees east one hundred and ninety icetlo a post; thence along said John Barr's land south forty-three degrees and thirty minutes east six bun died and thirty eight feet to a post; thence along the right of way of the Alle gheny Valley railroad south forty-six degrees and unity minutes west one hundred and ninety feet to a post; thence north along lauds of Finlcv. Young & Co. forty-three and one half oegrecs west seven nunurea anu eventeen feet, more or less, to the place o beginning, containing three and one-half acres, more or less on which there is erected one two story frame house 10x30 feet, fched 12x16 feet, well of water, &c. seized and taken in execution aa the property of Mark Ratcliff, at the suit ot Joseph Dill. ALSO. A tract of land situate in Millstone township, in Elk county, Pennsylvania, patented to Nicholas Riddle on the fourth day of May, A. D. 115, upon warrant numbered 412'., In the name of Samuel Wallace, con taining nine hundred acre, more or les, being the same premises, inter alia, which Edward Clark, hy Indent ure dated the twenty-tilth day of April, A. D. 1803, recorded at Marlon, in Forest county, in deed book No. 1, page 368, granted and conveyed unto Alexander M 'Andrew, Samuel Wann, Alexander M'llenry and Edward V. Warren, as tenants in common. Seized and taken in execution as the property of Alexander M'Andrew ami Samuel Wann, at the suit of Mary S. Stockwell, executrix of the estate of William H. Stockwell, de ceased. ALSO All that certain piece of land situate in Fox township, Elk Co., Pa., bounded and described as fol lows: Beginning at a post at the southwest corner of land conveyed to Peter Quigly; thence south 10'.) rods to a white pine; thence east 77 rods to a post; thence north by land conveyed to Nicholas Collins 109 rods to a post; thence west by land of Peter Quigly 77 rods to the place of beginning, con taining fit) acres and allowance, and being part of Warrant No. 408 1 . Seized and taken in execution as the property of Win. Leahy, at the suit of Joseph Wilhelm. ALSO All that eeotuin piece of land situate in Fox township, Elk county, Pa., bounded ami described as follows: Beginning at a post at (lie southwest corner of the lot of land conveyed to Joseph Pulitzer hy Little A Souther; thence south 127 rods to a post; thence east 110 rods to a beech tree; tticneciiorlli 127 rods to a sst; thence west 1 10 rods to the place of beginning, containing 8J acres and 03 perches, more or less. Seizi i ami taken in teention it the property of George Artz, at the suit of Joseph Wilhelm. ALSO-AU that cerlain town lot situate in Sterley's addition to the borough of sq. Marys county of Elk, State of Pennsylvania, beginnin-.' at a post tin Washington and Fourth street, thence easterly along north line of Washington street )' feet to a post; thence northerly along lot of J. B. Steriey 1 In feet to a post on itn alley, thence west along said alley iyi feet t" a post on Fourth street; thence South er. y along east line of Fourth SI reet and parallel with east line ot saiii described lot 14o feet to )sst cor ner, place of beginning, containing 7.001) square feet more or !e.-i,oii which tin re is erected a two story frame dwelling house 18 feet 2 inches by 'H feet, with a two story frame wing at tached 10 feet u inches by 18 feet 2 in ches, barn 10 feel 2 iueiie by 12 feet 8 Indies, ami spring of good t;.ter. Seized ami taken in execution as the property of Harry Williams at the suit ol J. B. Steriey. TERMS OF SALE. The following must lie strictly com plied when the property is struck of!': 1. All bids must be paid in full ex cept where the plaintiff or other liu creditor becomes the purchaser, in which case the costs on the writs must he paid, as well as all liens prior to that of llie purchaser, and a duly cer tified list of liens shall be furnished, including mortgage searches on the property sold together with such lien creditor's receipt for th uaoouut of the proceeds of the sa', or tich por tion thereof as he shall appear to 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 lie put up, and sold at the expense and risk of the person to whom it was first struck off. and who, in case of deficiency at .ucli re-sale, shall make good the s;.me, wild in no instance will the deed be pre sented in court for confirmation unless (tie bid is actually settled for with the Sheriff as above stated. THOMAS SULLIVAN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Ridgway, Pa., ) April, 2-1 1881. i See Pui'don's Digest, Ninth Edition, pag 440; Smith's Forms, K84. - "FT Wvv ill r. l i 1 ! O n rnmponm! f.t :Ve v'voii's of a.irsnp.-iri';'.; dliiagM. ina'iih'.tki'. , d .. w'lli ti c! .cti!.M ;iml iron, a'.l pnwi rla! bloc. rki'i, H'ni.r!':oni a;:d 1 'fc-siHti.tnii. . r..vts. It is thi :tr.Mt. safest, and i vety vv ti: imwt i flf.eial xlt'-rctive 1 i" kn'i.vn nr avai t tt'e vid Tl. leave ef licit, " tv and h' i-try liav 'cr pr -d'.i I -o virivj 1" a remedy, iv. !. so patent to cere nil ti r -snliir-i'lmniv blond. It enr;s ??rof a'a, an i ji'i-nf t'tom disease. Kry! j"i.is. !.'s - S. Anthony's f'i.-e, Pimp'os am 1"(-'retvi. tie.tii!3, l".!r'oos. HoiH imiif), 1i(er, fjurni; !n!t i!tiiin i.l !-!. i I, It! !. ornt. I" leers. Sores. '"UTWill-iiii, .Mi'vii-i!l I)iseaip, J.'eu if i i, Ke:iil WpiikiifiPiwiairt lrresu :,i!M. .(.iinnliee, Affections of e", l'..;iie::da, Kinaek: tion, ciui ';.-. I inutility. :iy its seiirrliinsr and elrnnring tiimlitifs ;-i lvrcs out tie fed corn!. I ions wliieli :.iiii.ii'iu the 1 lord, sad enaso derange : mid i!':cy. It sliimiiaU s and enlivens ihd lani'tions. If promotes rncrgv mid tr..t!i. It r. (.IM :t:n reserve, health. . Jiise new lif- and vigor throughout tint j SYstiMH. No saiT' rer from uev diKoa : h:,ii-ie fr.mi impurity of the blood need -:pjir, wlni will yiva Avkm'h Sausai'AIiii.i.a i in- trial. Hei'iemPer. the ailir the o, tho speedier tliu cure. '! j reeipt ha hprn famished to physicians wlr-re; aad lliey. recognizim; its snnu r p.i:;iili:, administer it in their practice. For nearly forty year Avf.h's Saiisapa. i i A has hwn widely used, and it now pntv. ' S 'lie cnathhrnre of millions of pwmle iii h:ivn exivrioieed benefits from its tuar . lulls curativo virtues. repared by Dr J C. Ayer t Co., i'.-ai tlcil mid An ilvtlciil Chemist, Lowe'l, Mas. , ... ,,,, t.-.-ffj rvnvwHvnK. Maine News. Hop Bitters, which are advertised In our columns, are u sure cure for ague, biliousness and kidney com plaints, those who use them say they cannot be too highly recommended Those afflicted should give them a fair trial, and will become thereby enthu siastic in the praise of their curative qualities. Portland Argtts. ( j PLANTS AND SEEDS F:0:R EVERYBODT Our Catalogue of choice SEEDS and PLANTS contain the "BEST and CHEAPEST," and our BOOK OF FLOWERS give prices and descriptions of Designs, Baskets and Lose Cut Flowers for any occasion, Sent freeion application. Harry Cliaapcl, Seedsman Florist, Williamsport, Pa HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., ACT . THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY CRAY'S SPECIFIC REMEDY. Trade mmk. Is especially TRADE Mt" recommend l.rl list 11 11 II II- f'tiilinu cure iV.r S-U'iiiitiiil YV ix it If II f hu (t3v H pe rniattir-fJI'iiS. rlii.il Itiiiui. -'-flsK I 6' dfore Takinn Steiicy and all After Taking diseases that follow as a setpn-ticy on .Self Abuse; as Loss of Memory, Uni versal Lassitude, I'ain in the Hack, Dimness of vission, Premature old ae;e. and many other diseases that lead' to I nsauity. Consumption and a Premature Grave, all of which as a rule are lir.-t caused hy deviatinif from t lie path of nature and over indulgence. The Specific Medicine is the result of a lilt study and many years of experi ence in trentinir those special deseases. Kull particulars in our pamphlets, which we desire to send free by mail to ..'Viy one. The Specific Medicine is sold by all Druvists it 31 pr ickae, or six packages for ir, or will he sent hy mail on receipt of the money by ad ilresMtiuf. THE GRAY MEDICINE CO., No. I Mechanic' Klock, Detroit, Mich. j.'S.ild in Ridgway by all Druggists, everywhere. IL.rris & Kwing, wholesale Agents, Pittsburgh. nli-ly CENTRAL. Stats Normal School, F.iyhth Xarntal School lHtstrh t.) LOCK HAY EN, CLINTON CO., PA. A. N. It.VUB, A.M., Ph. D. Prun-ipol. This school as at present constituted rflVrs the very best facilities for Pro feionai and classical learning. 1'iiildines spacious, inviting nn.l commodious, completely heated by st';iu, ell ventilated and furnished with a bountiful supply of pure, soft sprriiU water Location healthful and easy of ac ce Surrounding scenery unsurpassed. Teachers experienced, efficient, and alive to their work. Disciuliue firm but kind, uniform and thorough Expenses moderate. Fifty cents a week deduction to those preparing to teach. Stui.erits ailmttteu at any time. Cour.-es of study prescribed by the Slake; I. Model School. II Prepara tory. 111. Elementary. IV. Scien tific. adjunct couhskk: I. Academic. II. Commercial. III. Music. IV Art Tlie Elementary and Scientific courses are Professional, and students (i rati uati njj; therein receive State Diplo mas, conierrinx tlie following corres ponding deurees: Master of the Ele ments and Master of the Sciences. Graduates in tlie othercourses receive Normal Certificates of their attain ments signed by the Faculty. The Professional courses are liberal, and are in thoroughness not inferior to those of our best colleges. The State requires a hiirher order of citizenship. The times demand it. It is one of the prime objects of this school to help to secure it by furnish ing intelligent and etlieictu teachers for herschools. Tothisend, it solicits young persons of good abilities ami 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. For catalogue and terms address the Principal, or the Secretary of the Hoard BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Stockholder's Trustees. J H Bar ton. M D, A 11 Best, Jacob Brown, S M Biokford, Samuel Christ, A N ttaub, R GCook T. C. Hippie, Esq., G. Kents'.ing, E P McCormiek, Esq , W. W. Rankin, V. H. Brown. State Trustees Hon A G. Curtin. Hon William Bigier, Hon H L DieU'enhach, Gen Jesse Merrill, J C C Whalcy, S Millar McCormiek, Esq OFKICKRS Hon. William Bigier, Prcsident.Clear field, Pa Gen Jesse Merrill, Vice President, Lock Haven, Pa. S. Millar McCormiek, Secretary, iiOcK iiave'i, fa Thomas Yardlcy, Treasurer, Lock Haven, Pa. Ursula M'Inerney, In the By her next friend, Court of Com Anii Dukelow, fmon Pleas Elk vs. Co. No. 17, Thomas M'Inerney, j Nov. Term, 1881. DIVORCE. To the respondent above named: Take notice, that subpoena and alias subpoena having been issued in the above entitled case, aim returned "not found in tlie county,1' you are hereby notified to appear before the said Court, at liidgwav, Pa., on the FOURTH MONDAY OF MAY, A. D. 1K81, to answer the said libellaut s complaint. THOMAS SULLIVAN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. Ridgway, Pa., Feb. 10,1881. Gko. A, Ratubun, Attorney for Libellant. feblO 6w Get your note-beads, letter head and envelopes neatly printed at THa Advocate office Light running, Latest Improved DOMESTIC, at prices never heard o before, at Mrs ,W. S. Service's. For bill-Leads and note-beads call at the Advocate omce. fl A LECTURE TO YOUNG MEN On the Loss of A JJXTUKK ON THE NATURB, TIIKATMKNT, AND RADICAL Pure of Seminal Weakness, or Spermatorrhoea induced by Self-Abuse, Involuntary Emissions, Inipotency, Nervous De bility, and Impediment to Marriage generally; Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits; Mental and Physical In capacity. Ac Hy ROBERT J. CUL VERWELL, M. D.. author of th "(recti Book, "&(!. The world-renowned author. In this admirable Lecuire.clearly proves from his own experience that the wilful consequences of Self-Abuse may be effectually removed without dangerous surgical operations, bougies, instru ments, rings, fir cordials; pointing out a mode of cure at once certain and ef fectual, by which every sufl'erer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately and radically. Jrjy This Lecture will prove a boon to thousands and thousands. Sent, under seal, in a plain envel ope, tn one address, on receipt of six cents or two postage stamps. Wo have als a sure cure for Tape Woim. A thin ss. The CULVERWELL MEDICAL Co. 41 Ann St New York, K. Y.j Post ofllee Box, 4-j80. sr Outfit nmilKhd free, with full In . struct!. inn tor cnmliictlntf the moRt IH'otltulile hiiHiti.'Qu iht.t .,v....A cinm-ru In. The buNlness Is so .iisy u, rn ii nil our lnstruetions nre so simple mid plnlti Unit liny one inn liuike (treat profit from the very start. No one an li.ll who Is wllliiiK to work. Women are as successful hr men. l.oys and (jirls can earn Inrjre sums. Mm y have inaiie hi the business over .one tin ml red dollars in a single week. Nothing like It ever known tieloie. All who ennuvp are mr prisedal Iheease ai d rapidity with which tlo y are aide to make money. Yell can en-l-'aiie in this business during your spare timo at irreat profit. You do not have to Invest capital In It. Wo take nit thp risk, 'those who need ready money, should write to us ot once. All furnished free. Addiess TUt'l-! At t o., Ausustu. Maine, n3liyl Slirehducss and Ability. Hop Bitters so freely advertised In all the papers, secular and religious are having a large sale, and are sup planting all other medicines. There is no denying the virtues of the Hop plant, and the proprietors of these Bitters have shown great shrewdness and ability in compounding a Bitters, whose virtues are so palpable to every one's observation. Examiner and Chronicle. WAX- Yourself hy making money men n fcoiutn cuanee is offered. Ilinmliv .ilu-pa keepim: poverty tn in vourdoor. Those wi,r . always lake iidvaidinie of tlie flood chances I tor milking money that are ottered, gciientily j become wealthy, while these w ho do not Im , pn.vc siicli chances rt niaiii In poverty. We warn many men, women, boys, and utrls to work li.r ns rii;ht In their own localities. Tha business will pay more than ten timesordi nary wanes. We famish an expensive out tlt and all that you need, free. Nn one who mantes falls to make liii.n y very rapidly Y on can devote your w hole time to the work er only your spare moments. Kull Informa tion and all that is needed seal free. A1 drcsi. SJ INauN A CO. l'ortlund. Maine. Get your NOTE PA I ER. EN VELOPES, and CIIROMO VIS ITING CARDS at The Advocate office, over Powell & Ivttue's store Uidjway,Pa. PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD Philadelphia & Erie R R- Div. WINTER TIME TABLE. On and after SUNDAY, November 7, 1811, tlie trains on the Philadel phia A Erie Railroad Division will run as follows : WESTWARD. Niagara Ex. leaves Phila 0 00 a. m. " " " Renovo..5 40 p. m. ekib maii. leaves Phila 11 65 p. m " " Renovo 1105 a.m. " " Emjioriuin.l so p. m. " St. Mary's..!! 23 p. m. J " Piidgway...2 4pm. " Kane 3 45 p. m. arr. at Erie 7 45 p. m. EASTWARD. Day Express leaves Renovo 10 05 a. ra' " " ir. at Phila.... 6 35 p.m. erie mail leaves Erie 11 85 a iu 1! KaP . 4 1( p. in iiiifway....u 17 ji.iu Ht. Mary's..5 5o p. m Emporium. i 55 p, ra " Renovo 9 00 p. m arr. at Phila 7 05 a. m it k Wm. A. Baldwin. G iiuial fri p't. ESTATE NOTICE. Testate of Albert Brehm, late of I j Benzinger township, Elk countv. Pa., dtceased. Notice is liereby given! that letlers testamentary Lave beea granted to the undersigned, uixin the ahove named estate. All persona in debted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, urnl those having- legal claims against the same to present them without delay, in pro per order, for settlement Andrew Bhehm, Administrator, -Scrap pictures, Authors, pen hold era, note paper, envelopes from sine 1 to size 14. A large and elegant stock of fancy note paper lu boxes at Thb Advocate office. Also shelf paper, which is neat, ornamental and dura ble. No trouble to show these good even if you do not wUh to purchase.