11 cur j A. Parsons, Jr.,
IHUJISDAY, NOV., 2, 1882.
ENTKHKD AT THK POST-OKK1CE AT
UlDOWAY, I'A., A3 SKC'OND CLASS
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
JAM KM A. 15KAVFK.
of Centre County.
W. T. DAVIKS.
of Until ford County,
For Judge of t lie Hupreme Court,
WILLIAM HENItV UAWLE.
For Secretary of Internal Affair.
JOHN M. GREER,
F EE I
Tlic Moral of Friday's Parade.
Few men who saw the splendid dis
play of the National Guard of this
Btate and New Jersey, ou Friday last,
realized how important, in a military
sense, the parade was in its mere de
monstration of the number which can
be gathered over night, without fuss
or strain, by two of the five States
which have farily an efficient National
Guard. Including the New Jersey
National Guard, which fell short that
of thi State in efficiency aud numbers,
but still would compare favorably
with most displays which could be
made in other States, the total effective
force present, exclusive of the statf of
the general commanding division
7700 men, well armed, fairly drilled
and lacking first and chiefly in the ex
perience of their olHeers. This is half
as large in mere numbers as the Eng
lish force General Sir Garnet Wolseley
has in Egypt, it is a third as large as
the force Wellington commanded at
Waterloo, it is larger than the force
Burgoyne surrendered at Saratoga or
Lord Cornwallia at Yorktown; only
in a few instances did Geueral Wash
ington have as many troops under his
I,i.....llnt orJoan, i..a lie fullgllt most
of his battles with half this number of
effectives. General Jackson com
n mnded fewer men at New Orleans,
General Taylor won Beuna Vista with
half this number and the highest of
Cliapultepec were stormed by a smalle
army. In fact, we must come to th
last war before we find American
generals habitually commanding as
large a force as was under the orders of
General Hartranft Friday.
It goes without saying that admir
able as the appearance und excellent
the equipment of this force it was still
a mere skeleton. It lacked a commis
sary, had no staff, it was made up
altogether of infantry ; had next to no
cavalry or artiUerj; but even with
this abatement the muster was an ex
traordinary display for a population of
a little over -l.oiJiOUO to make. Com
petent critic- considered it a splendid
feat when England, with live limes
the population, gathered 50,000 men
for a day's review at Windsor. The
m r.-l'iiig force Friday was nearly u
fifth as larg1, aud it was brought to
gether by ti volunteei stall', while the
English review had in all its prepare- I
lion the Mtpcrvision of the Ilorsi
litiards, and even the staff of the regu
lar Enulish army did Cot dare to ven
tire to feul ti e men it had brought
together. Judged by every standard,
then, the re lew of last weik capped
the display of last March at Washing
ton, by showing that the force which
nrousid the admiration of regulai
army oliicer- there is ready for action
lint the grievous fatdt of our entire
militi'.ry organization is that it is i
ini tc n.pu of sand. Two States put
in line 7700 i,( u Friday, l'ennsylva
nia, N w Jer-ey, New York, Massa
chusetts and Coiiin client could gallicl
at any point on the North Atlantic
coast -'.), oho clfcctive men, varying in
i llicieiicy but still creditable. This is
from lour to five limes the force the
smiie Statea could have gathered in
IStil, and vastly better drilled; hut
each Stuti organization is as independ
ent ui its neighbor ami of the war de
)nrli;ieit as them. In case of war,
Ihis I'oive must be our find, and chief
reliance. Not on -lifth the same
number of regulars could be gathered
in u fortnight. Yet the regular army
staif whose Hrst duty thisshould be
has never worked out a plan lor mobi
lizing these forces, made no prepara
tion for bi ingingthem into a common
organization, provided no general
scheme of subsistence, taken abso
lutely no single step towards turning
this splendid material into an army.
I ! a wur comes, and some day one
will, there will be the sume helter
skelter rush us in lKtil, thesame empty
reliance on a civilian stall' ut five or
s i x State capitals, the same clashing
orders, the same confusion und ut lust,
utter weeks of ruinous deluy, our regu
lar army stuff wilt slowly pull itseli
together over a problem, which should
have been met und mastered -in these
years of leisure.
Part of this is sheer indolence, part
urn y contempt for anything but regu
lars, part the wooden routine of our
army, which never stes anything but
ru:ed lornis and onleiB. Much is due
to the absence of military science, staff
or line. Am. zing y few of our ofll cr
study, and few or none of our general
officers encourage it. Most of all, this
lasik Is due to a palsying sen.-ethat the
public does not care uudlhut it makes
H grett i.ilference unyway. But it
uhl to Ik1 possible for an energetic
s crelary of war to change all this, and
lay away in the wur department at
Washinglou und get prepared ut each
State capital the plaa and the orders
by whi'jh, ut the President's proclama
tion, these scattered foces might find
themselves an army.
Has caused the removal of the undersigned tothc MASONIC
HALL, BUILDING, and, with a few tools saved from the burning,
my shop was started on the next day after the fire. Now my
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to vigorously push a business,
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strength to do a day's labor with
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by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS, which Is a true tonic a
medicine universally recommended
for all wasting diseases..
$oi N. Fremont St., Baltimore
During the war I was in
jured in the stomach by a piece
of a shell, and have suffered
from it ever since. About four
years ago it brought on paraly
sis, which kept me in bed six
months, and the best doctors
in the city said I could not
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indigestion, and for over two
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and for a large portion of the
time was unable to retain even
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l'rown's Iron Hitters and now
after taking two bottles I am
able to get up and go around
and am rapidly improving.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is
a complete and sure remedy for
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria,
Weakness and all diseases requir
ing a true, reliable, non-alcoholic
tonic. It enriches the blood, gives
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to the nerves.
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ly conceded to .SSJC bcln,. tho 0reat
he tne pest equipaon S4JT3ThroiiohCar
Kallrnad In the World for
all daces or travel.
All connection wade
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Celebrated Lino forSON nd traveling a
aale at all office! Inv5 (X. luxury, Initead
j ;ho U.S. &S. ' "
Cauada. AllX.'vK?V eomfort.
VVW about Katea of V'.f
L ,.. . --fM.'j
rare, Dieepin cars,
etc . eheerfu'lv trlven liT
THE HULL VAP0B COOK STOVE,
THE OLDEST AND ONLY RELIABLE,
Is the only do
vice oi iu it inn
Ihut has tood
cud earned uni
Com mend at loo.
"J'il f or oilier doiuea
.' tic work liere-
!L& tuforo done hy
Tin on)!i,:irT cw.k atnvp. and without Its luiul-
ferulile hi nt, wjet, a-.li.-a, etc.
FOR SUMMER USE THEY ARE INDISPENSABLE.
M J:e!iuMe AKcnta wanted in unoccupied
HUI.L VAPOR 6TOVE CO.,
Seneca Flivet, cur. ( In iuiiaiii, kvil ui l, Ohio.
mi ii hit i-t - ' '
N"lf nrr uiiileiivtl'us at Tub
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HALL & M'CAULEY
Office in new brick building, Mttin
street, llulgwiiy, Elk Co., Pa. v821
GEO. A. RATHBUN
Main street, Ridgway, Elk Co., Pa.
Particular attention, given to tha
examination of titles, also to patents
and patent cases.
J. S. BAROWELL,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Over twenty-live years practice.
Office on Main 8treet, KUIjrway, Pa.,
opposite tbe Hogert House. 'Office
hours from 1 to 2 and 7 to 8, P. M.
IK. L. WILLIA MS.
PHYSICIAN AND SUR0.0N.
Coroner of Elk Co., office in roar of
Eerley'8 Drug Store, next to Hyde
House. Office hours 7 t 8 A. M.
3 to 6 p. M. 6:3Q to 8:30. P. f.
c g. messenger!
DRUOGI8T & PARMACEUTIST,
N. W. corner of Main and Mill streets.
Ridgwuy, Pa., full assortment of care
fully selected Foreign and Domestic
Drugs. Prescriptions carefully dis
pensed at all hours, day or night.
j. d. woodruffTm. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURQSON.
Office Hoi ks. I-'rum 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to S
and 7 to 9 p. in. HeslUence OlHce nl n-8l-clcnce,
opiKisile Elk County Dunk, Muiu
CALL3 DAY OR NIGHT PROMPTLY
A fair share of thu puoulu'ti patronuge so-lieltLd.
T. J. POTTER. PERCEVAL LOWELL,
ta Vct iYw'l t Otn'l Manager, Utn. nu. Jgi.,
Cbloago, 111. Chlcugo, I XL
lluy the Celeurated
YALE & JUBILEE OPSANS.
Tho Best, Most ffilphrntr'l, Purast Tnnn, Jloet
durable, Hunt Kimpla, Mokc Purfoct
Ohuam lu the world.
Send for circular.
EEW HAVEN ORGAN CO.,
Kow Uaven, Jozxru
NiHi)cr und envelopes the
same us before at No. 0 shanty row,
6fET THE BEST
LEAD ALL OTHERS!
Every Style & Price,
100 un (Stool. Cover and Book)
Elegant .Square Grand, 8 utringa, full
Airrunta. everv iniprovement, only
S45. Cabinet Grand Upright $210
and S250. Other Grand Holiday Bar
gains. Jubilee Organs, $55 up (Btool
and Book). Excelsior, Htyle 42, Five
Beet of Iteeds, 15 Mops, only $87.
Oriental." style 103, Ten set or needs,
20 stops, only 125. No. "bogus" sets
of reeds or dummy" stops. All sent
on 15 days trinl.WiiflrV free if unmUa-
factory. Fair and honest dealiug
guaranteed, rsneet, music- j price.
Piano. Organ, or miihic i ntaiogue iree
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO., Box
2008, N. Y.
Wnlnut Leaf Hair Restorer.
Is entirely dillbrent from
others. It is as clear as water, and, as
Its name indicates, is a perfect Vege
table Hair Restorer. It will immedi
ately free the head from dandruff, re
store gray hair to Its natural color,
and produce a new growth where it
has fallen off. It does not in any
manner affect the health, which Sul
phur, Sugar or Lead, and Nitrate of
Silver preparations have done. It
will change lignt or iacieu nair in a
few days to a oeautitui glossy Drown.
Ask your druggist for it. Each bottle
is warranted. SMITH, KLINE &
CO., Wholesale Agents, Philadelphia,
andC. N. CBI TTENTON, New York
ii 17 1 y.
EW LIVERY STABLE
OVER A MII
beon sold In
and In Krance
of wlilch lins
mttl litiB pT
when used ae
We now say to the afflicted and doubt
ing ones that we will pay the
above reward fo a single
Thnt the T"nd fnlls to enre. Thin (trent remedy
will Positively nnd Permanently cure l.um
bngo, Limie Hack, Heliitlcn, Ornvel, Dliibelee,
iJnipsy, Hrlirlit's Ulscnse of tlie lildnnys, In
contlnenro nnd Retenllon of tlic Urine, 1'hIu
In the Bnek. Hide or Loins, Nervous W'enk
ness, nnd In fact nil dlsorderM of the Illndder
and L'rinnry jrKans wneuier couirnciea oy
private dlucnse or otherwise.
LADIES, If you are suffering from
Female Weakness, Leuoorrhopa, or nnv dis
ease of the Kidneys, Blddder.or Urlnury Or
Kunn. YOU CAN BE CURED I
Without swnllowlUK nauscoUB medicines, by
French Kidney Pad,
AVhich Cures by Absorption.
Ailr vnnr flniirirUt. (nr 1R(P. rjITIIAtfT.
TE H French Kidney l'ad, and take no other.
If be has not not It, send J2.ni and you will
receive the Pad hy return mall.
TESTIMONIALS FHOM THE PEOPLE.
JUDGE BUCHANAN, Lawyer,
Toledo, u., says:
One of Prof. Oullmetle's French Kidney
Pads cured ine of Lumbago In throe weeks
time. My case bail been given up by tho
best Doctors as Incurable, During nil this
time I suffered untold agony and puld out
large sums oi money."
GEORGE VETTER, J. P. Toledo, O.
I suffered for three years with Rclntlcn and
Kidney Disease, nnd often hnd to go ahouton
crutches, I was entirely and permanently
cured after wearing Prof. Gullmette's French
Kidney l'ad four weeks."
SQUIRE N. C. SCOTT, Sylvania, O.
"I have been n great sufferer for 10 years
with llrlght's Dlsense of the Kidneys. For
weeks at a time I was unable to get out of
bed; took barrels of medicine' but they give
me only temporary relief. I wore two of
Prof. Uullmette's Mldney Pads six weeks,
and I now know that I am entirely cured."
MRS- HELLEN JEROME,
"For years I have been confined, a great
part of the time to my bed, with I.uconiio-a
and female weak ties. I wore one of Oull
mette's Kiduey Puds and was cured In one
GOOD STOCK, GOOD CARRIAGES
and Buggies to let upon the most
r3y He will also do job teaming.
Stable on Elk street. All orders left
at the Post Oilicc wi' I receive prom
Twenty Yours of Outlawry.
7o contir.tie to
net BSRolieitors for
Si trado-rnarlis. ccpyrii'hto, etc., for
tne united urates, nnu io outumjiuv
ents in CauaJa, I'nj;land, Fraucc,
Oormany, and r.U other countries.
Thirtjr-sia i a-rs' praetieo. No
charge for examination oi laodela cr draw
ings. Advice by mail free.
Patents obtained through tib aro noticod in
the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, which h&i
tho largest circulation, and is tho most inllu
cntial newspaper of ittt kind published iu tho
mirld. Tho kd vantages of snch a notice every
Tbis large and splendidly illustrated news
paper ia published WEElf LY atf3.20ayear.
ana is admitted to be t Lie best paper devoted
to science, mechamcs.iuventionti. engineering
works, and other dupartmonta of industrial
progress, pnblisbed in any country. Binglo
Boia dy an ucnu-
IcpTcvcsieuts esi Conveniences fooai b
j Ivoi-v City and Tows
J. T. WAID M. D.
OFFICE IN HALL'S BRICK BUILDING.
Offick Houiia 8 to 9 A. M.
l " p. m.
7 ' 8 v. M.
, HYDE HOUSE.
W. H. SCHRAM, Proprietor,
Ridjrway, Elk county, Pa.
Thankful for the patronage hereto
fore bo liberally bestowed upon him,
the new proprietor hopes, by paying
strict attention to the comfort aud con
venience of gueKta, to merit a continu
ance of the same. oct30'69
Notice to HoMers of County Bonis.
KJflTICF Is hereby given to the holders of
' me loiiowing recited bonus or I-.IU county
to present said bonds to the ( 'ountv Treasurer
for payment on or before MONDAY, NOV.
ii. 1. as the Interest thereon will ceuee on
that day, via. :
Nob. 1 and 2, each fSOft.
Ni. S, 4, r, 6, 7, K. M,l 11. 12. 13, 14, 15. 16, 17.
18. 19, '20. 21, 22 and 1. each 8100.
Nos. 6tl unil fit, Issued to .1. W. Slmonton,
eachl,0ii0. N. s. 70 and 73, Itsuod to J. W.
Hlmouton, envh MOO.
Nob iil und 45, Issued to M. E. Olmsted,
each KI.OiK). Nos. 00, 71 und 77, Issued to M. E.
Olmsted, each $';iMJ.
Nos. 21, 21, 27, 29. 30, 31, 82M. 31, 35, 30, 37,
3S. 40 and 41, each 1KI.
Nos, 4-1 and 44. eucb fHiO.
Nos. Ii. 47 and (H, each IKK).
Notice Is alsp hereby given to the holders
of the following recited bonds of Elk county
to present said bond to tbe County Treasurer
Cor payment ou or before Vv KDNFXDA Y,
DEC. V, 112, as the Interest Uiereou will
cease on thatdav. vlx.:
Nos. 78, 7H and 80, each tlOO.
Nos. 82 and Kl, each SOOO.
Nos. 81, 85.80, 87, 88, 8,'i and 90, eaohJIOO.
J. K . OAKDNKK, Co. Coiur'i.
JOHN N Ik.sF.Tj, )
Attest- W. t. Iloino.s, Clerk. 28-4 w.
HYDE & CO.,
Choupaud reliable, Ii. P. Mercer
agent. Get yonr hom'B iiibured.
a nasg Ms
8 1 I S 3 S
(I.nte of Corsica, Ji'lferson county,) Physi
cian and rnngeou, uiiice iu reur or Jiuubcu
ger's Drug Htore.
Hulerenoe (1. A, Jenlis, W. P. Jenks. Vtf
W, l oi bett. Drs, Lawsun. lla'inen mid ('. M
MaUnn ; of Uroukvlllii; Dr. Hi own, of Tiuy
It. ItUlolsoU, StlttlUlllVlllB.
copios by mail, 10 cents.
Address, Jlunn & Co., publishers of Bcien
tine Anioiioau, 261 Broadwav, New York.
nnndbook i hout patentu mailed free.
PERFECTION STOCK TANK.
"TTTATER-TIOHT AND FROST-PROOF. Theeo
V V 'Junks are conntructoil of thruo-lnch lumber,
selected Micuigaa pine, ana an Htl4 togetliur with
iuiproved Lug hoops so arranged that they can bo
drawn up with a common wrench. Whwi coverel
with two thicknesses of common fencing (with lar
board between), they are made frost-proof. We are
large manufacturers of railroad tanks, aud apply tha
Binio i-rliiciples and material to the construction of
these stock tanks that we embody In our railroad
work. All tanks are set tip, pieces marked, then
knocked down and crated for shipment
UF C1UJAP RATES OF FREIGHT SECURED.
. - .-j,. BIKUH.
31ft. stave. 8ft. bottom. Capacity 82 bhla.
A 1 or, I
It 11 II It It 3, It
it it 2 ' ti tt gQ tt
H. B. GREEN, AVholcsule Grocer,
"I sutlered for a years with lame back nnd
In three weeks periniiiii-ntly'eured hy wear
ing one of Prof. Oullmette's Liver Pads."
B. F. KEE.SLING, M. 1). Driiirgiat,
When sending In an order for Kiduey
Piiil.--. writes: "1 wore one of the llrst ones
i-I i:d and 1 received more benefit from it
than iiuylhlng I every used. Iu fact tho
l'n N . Ive belter general satisfaction than
any K.dney remedy we ever sold."
UA V & SHOEMAKER, Di'tijrirists,
I luimilial, Mo.
"V.'e aro working up a lively trade In' yom
Pud.-, ;uid arc beiii'lng of gt,id resullH from
tliein every day.'1
TlionsandH of graves arc uiinunlly
rohlit-i I nft heir victims, lives prolonged
liai:i.iin'ss and health restored hy tho
ue of Ihe great
whiclnoHltively and preniancntly tuns
Iinjioteiicy (caused by excesses of any
kind), Seminal weakness, and all dis
eases that follows as a sequence of
Self-Abuse, as loss of energy, loss of
memory, universal latitude, pain iu
tho back,idimness of vision, premature
old age, and many other diseases that
lead to insanity or consumption aud a
Send for circulars with testimonials
free by mail. The IN VIG ORATOR
is sold at $1 per box, or six boxes, for
$5 by all druggists, or will be sentl for
hy mail, securely sealed, on receipt of
price by addressing
V. J. CHENEY, Druggist,
187 Summit St., TOLEDO, OHIO.
Sole Agent for the United States.
The most wounderful curative rem
edies of the present day, aro those that
come froni;Gerniany, or at least origi
nate there. The niost recent prepara
tion placed upon the market in this
country, is tho GREAT GERMAN
laviUOKATOK, which has never
been known to fail iu curing a single
case of iinpotency, spermatorrhoea.
weakness and all diseases resutiug
from self-abuse, as nerveous debility,
inability, mental anxiety, languor,
lassitude, depression of spirits aud
functional derangenientsofthe nervous
system. For sale by druggists, or sent
free by mail on receipt of the paice
Jil.00 SolcAgent for the United States
Send for circular. For sale by Chus.
McVean, St. Marys, Pu.
Anti-Freezing Iron Force Pumps.
Fitted for any depth wWT nrJ marfcod to any one can pat then
ECLIPSE WIND ENGINE CO.
Hvi Gold McdftU tkt-u at World's Klr.
V. 1L WHEELER, blanainr, UELolT. WU.
MavfletarnoftboalcbTfttdEclltM Wind Eutf n,thrM-foanfcf
to forty bon-powr. Hvi Gold McdaU tkt-u t World's Kirt.
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J. IQMuOE TAYLOR
113 WATER bXM NEW VOUK,
re purer, better, stronger, and longer
known in the market than any other article
of the kiud. Are always sure and reliable,
nnd never fail to insure the best mulls
in cookery. Ask your procer for it and
live it a tiial. Satisfaction guaranteed cr
Prof. Gnilmette's Frcncii LITER PAD.
Will jxisitively cure Fever and Ague,
Dumb Ague, Ague Cuke, Ililous
Fever, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, and all
diseases of the Liver, fcitoiuach and
Blood. Trice $1.50 by mail. Hen d for
Prof. Guilniette's Treatise on the Kid
neys and Liver free by mail. Address
FRENCH PAD CO.,
For sale by Chas. McVeun, St.
' For Sick Htomacti, bad tnete, sinking
upeim Hun ji'iiiiiiai ion, r-iv wimnv on ie-
For Willi L 1. 1 Aiiih.'L1Ui. TjMlfeiisi.
diKHHtluu ami Ltvur t'tin!-lliit. take
uu na; it never " "f mm
Fur Cramp of the BumiuLt ur ii-li
Pkriina 111 inrgodobua Is In fallible. M
J iiOoo iu Jiuiiuiy. ijroa'saionalor ruin-J
mercial I'ursuKa, need i'ltiiUi
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uiiil uiikIv our LtMik on
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