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KWCASII GROCERY STORK.
. JAMES McCLOSKEY, Dealer in 3rocoric.s Ac, would respectfully inform ihc citizens of Kersey nnd vicinity, that helms pone into the Grocery business, nnl will open on or nhout tlio middle of M ny. IIo keeps constantly on hand nn extensive Mock of TEAS, FLOUR, SUGARS, TOBACCOUS, SEGARS, WHISKEY by the barrel or quart, and everything connected with a first class Grocery . Store. I will sell for CASH and consequent J can afford to pell CHEAPER than CHEAPEST. I invito everybody call and satisfy themselves. JAMES McCLOSKEY. May Sd, '66. Cm. , " SOMET 1 1 1 N C r XKW ! HOUSE SIGN St, ORNAMENTAL PAINTING. THE SfBSCIUBERS WOni) RE uccl fully inform the ciiizciis of Elk county tiint they have just started in the nboTO business in KiJpwny, nml feel confi dent tli n-t tlicy enn plcnse nil who may favor them with their custom. GRAINING, TAPER HANGING AND CALCIMINIXO PONE ON SHORT NOTICE AND IN THE most fashionable nnd improved manner and style. Orders left at this Offire or at the Jifinkinc House of Souther, Willis k Souther rwill be promptly attended to. W. V. WILLIAMS. II. 0. McCONNELL. Mny-17'GG-ly. " I'M T It N ITU HE ! TIMIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES J pleasure in announcing to tho citi zens of Riilewav and adjoining towns, that ho has just opened a Furniture Shop in Ridgwny, and is prepared to sell all kinds of furniture At the lowest prices. His stock consists in part of 10MM0N CHAIRS, TABLES, T.EDSTEADS, ; .SPRING REDS & MATTRESSES, T.UREAIS, WASH STANDS, Cane seat Chairs of all kinds, BABY CHAIRS, CRIBS, SOFAS, LOUNGES, ITTE A TETES, BEDROOM SUITS -of Chestnut, Mahogany nml Black Walnut nnd every thins usually found in a first -class country Ware Koom. TICTURE FRAMES of bll sizes, and of Mahogany, Jllack Walnut nnd Gilt MADE TO ORDER. Rosewood, ALSO COFFINS kept on hand, and made to order, of every kind and description. Please CALL nnd examine my stock be. fore purchasing elsewhere, for I hope by strict attention to business, and keeping all tho market demands in my line, to merit the patronage of the public. For tho pres ent I occupy the Methodist rnrsonnee for Waro Rooms. HENRY H. THOMAS. Mny-17'UG-ly, -jl REMINUiU.N & Eu.s, Mivi-Ff'TURERS OF v....i..,-a "liiflM. Muskets and Carbines, lor the United States Service. Also ivn TtVXT REVOLVERS, Pleating Pistols. Kitlo Canes, Revolving tuL. nffl and Sliot ffun barrels, and gun .materials sold by gun dealers it . aud the IraJo i- .i.-,- .I-... nflinnscbreaking nnd rob- 1 ',.,. house, store, bank, nnd office, . hould be supplied with one of u w.mt MfiT( )N'S REVOLVERS. Tarties'dcsiring to avail O-cmselves of the Tistols. and superio. ,.Lm.,liin nnd form, will find allcombinu Revolver?. 'Circulars containing cuts and description ...f our arms will be fumislieu upon api.u- ' E.' REMINGTON &. SONS, Ilion. N. Y. Jpril 5th 18ii0.-ly -rr at it 4iYt,vVL0T3 FOR SALE. Y The undersigned has laid out a vil. inee upon his ground adjoining "'B , uLni. to be called ELK. The lots , re 60 feet front by 100 feet deep-front towards the railroad. Terms For the first lot sold, 5100. .i i it .,.1,1 $110. For the I Fot third - l.i ti-nn,,cl so on increasing In : 1ij ...a cnld. ttFirst purchasers get the choice lots nt the cheapest rates. , itl he recistercd in the or- ,i. r flm.lii-ittion Ten oer cent of the purchase . money must be paid at the limeof the npp'.icution. Annliuniions will be made to John lot- i r- - .r. ii ,.n Km.. It:dgwav. Pa. " ' J. S. HYDE. Ridgway, mar, :o'C6-tf. Ai r rvrv-mv.Ti YRAR! we !Ss I 111 ll I want Aceuts everywhere . ii nnp iMPnovm S20 Sewine Machines i w nw kinds. Under and upper feed. t.t n trial. Warranted five vetrs. Above alary or large commissions paid. The oj.lt machines sold in the United States for less v... Sin which are fullu licenttd by Howt, nVA-lsr A WiUon, Grow & Baker, Singer x- r Ami RasKiUcr. All other cheap ma- tines are infriiytrnMU and tto ulUr or usir , .hM ,y armt. ti.ru and impriionment. ! "..itra.td e'rcuHrs sent fret. Addreas, or fha Clark, at Biddeford, UiBC,' er Chicr.gi, 111. miy-H'So-ly, RUG STORE BORDWELL MESSENGER, DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, LAMP OIL, POINTS, LEAP, LUBRICATING OIL, TANNER'S OIL, PERFUMERIES, VARNISH, BRUSHES, DYE-STUFFS- CONFECTIONERIES, RAISINS, CITRON WATCHES, JEWELRY, FANCY ARTICLES, ALBUMS, STATIONERY, NEWS VIOLIN STRINGS, BIRD-CAGES, TOBACCO & SEGARS, PURE LIQUORS, FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES, ONLY, INSTRUMENTS & IMPLEMENTS PERTAINING TO THE DRUG BUSINESS GENERALLY. BORDWELL & MESSENGER, RIDGWAY, PA. FOUTZ CELEDBATID Hum ana Callle Powflers. Thli preparation. long and favorably known, will thor oughly rcinvigorata broken-down mod low-fpirited horse. by strengthening and cleansing the stomach and Intes tines. It is a rare pre TentiTO of all dis eases incident to this animal, snch as LCNG FEVER, GLAUBERS, I B L 1 O W WA TER, HEAVES, COUGHS, DIS TEMPER, FE VERS, FOUNDER 1.0S3 OF APPE- T1TEAXD VITAL ENERGY, sc. It ure improves the wind, increases the appetite-gives a smootn snai glossy skin and -1 transforms t h ea miserable skeleton Into a fine-looking and spirited norsc. To keepers of Cows this crcnaration is invaluable. It increases the quantity und improves the quality oi me mine, it na been proven by ac tual experiment to increase the quan tity of milk and cream twenty per cent, and make the butter firm and sweet. In fattening cattle, It gives them an appetite, loosens their hide, ana makes them thrive much faster. In all diseases of Swine, snch as Coughs, Ulcers in the Lungs, I.lver, &c, this article acts as a specific. ay putting from one-half a paper to a paper in a barrel of swill the above disease wilt be eradicated or entirely prevented. If given In time, a certain preventive ana cure for tne nog inoiera. Price 5 Cents per Paper, or 8 Papers for tl. S. A.. FOUTZ & BRO,, AT THIR WHOLESALE DRUG AND MEDICI KB DEPOT, No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore. Md. For Sale by Druggists ana Btoreneepera through out tne united states. Sold nt Manufactures prices, ly BorJwell & Messenger Eidgvray, Agents for L.lk county. A GENTS WANTED TO TAKE ORDERS X . foi the best selling book now publish- ed, Thrilling Stories of the Great Rebellion. Comnrisinz heroio adventures and hair- biemlth escapes or lolclicra, cscouts, epies and Refugees ; darins exploits of hmiie- piers, Guerillas, Desperadoes and others ; Tales of Lovul anil Disloyal women : Sto ries nf the Neirro. &c. with incidents of I Fun nnd Merriment in Camp and rield. V,v Lieutenant Colonel S. Greene, late of iUa I'niied States Armv. Handsomely il IiihI rated with entrraviucs on steel and in ml nnlors. Send for circulars and sco the liberal - . . ... , terms offered. ni AH. R. OTtEENE k CO.. Publishers No. 134 S. Third 8t., Philadelphia. , j QTICE .All personsindebted to m ..j: :,! .. .. W I the undersigned will save costs by calling and settling the same before the first of July next, as my books will be placed in tbe battels ot a proper person tor collection. GtO. WKIS, St. Mary's, May 31'6-3t. NEW ARRANGEMENT! I TREMENDOUS RUSH TO THE NEW STORE OP FREDERICK SCHGENING, CENTREVILLK, ELK CO., PA. NEW GOODS PAIL Y ARRIVING THE PEOPLE AWAKE TO THEIR INTEREST! As manifested by the daily throng of customers zchanging "Green Backs" for goods. All the Domestic Cotton Goods are high. Customers one and all ezolaim. HOW CHEAP YOUR DRESS GOODS ARE ! My stock consists of DRY GOODS, ROCERIES, HATS ft CAPS, BOOTS ft SHOES, CLOTHING, CROCKERY, TIN WARE, HARDWARE, OILS PAINTS, FUTTY, NAILS, GLASS, WOODEN WARE, TORE, FLOUR, FISH, SALT. It is useless for me to attempt, to give a full list of the stock, but invite one and all, to drop in and see for themselves. BUTTER, EGGS, POTATOES, GRAIN, HIDES, CALF8EINS and all country produce taken at market wictt for K00ds. Vtl'' 1 8 FREDERICK SCHGSNING, Ctatreville, Juns lst'65-ly. I GREA T EXCITEMENT Is kept np hy the DAILY ARRIVAL OP NEW GOODS AT FREDERICK RUDOLPITS Che ap Cash Store Wbert he hai en band and for ) MEN & BOY'S CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, LADIES ft GENTS FDKNISBK GOODS, LADIES DRESS GOODS, LADIBS ft GENTS' SHAWLS, BONTAGS, BREAKFAST SHAWLS, I NUBIAS, COMFORTERS, SCARFS, HOODS ft. ALSO HATS ft CAPS, BOOTS ft SHOES, A very large and well selected STOCK of the best made, and warranted inevery respect ALSO GROCERIES, COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA, RICE, FLOUR, SALT, PORK, FISH fto. ALSO CONFECTIONART AND YANKEE NOTIONS IN GREAT QUANTITIES AND QUALITIES TOBACCO AND SEGARS OF THE BMT QUAUTT irl say, to one end all, thai ray siook is full and complete, and will be sold at small profits. Give me call before purchasing tie. wbere FREDERICK RUDOLPE" tt. Marj's, Nov. 2ft'-ly. &t a RIDGWAY, PENNA. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, FLOUR, GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, FEED HARDWARE, LUMBER AND SHINGLES, BliyCFS Will fill (I STORES AMONG THE Most Complete AND BEST APPOINTED IV THE COUNTRY, AND THB PLACES TO GET Good Bargains ! CALL& SEE ! Marck 2vk,1864-lj. I3USINESS CARD S. rOHN O. HALL. Attornev at law. Ride iray, Elk eonnty P. mnr-22'60 ly. T ACRIE J. BLAKELY, Attorney and Ji Counsellor at law, and U. S. Cummis foTner. Ridway P. o. Elk coontv. Pa. niar.22'861y. SOUTHER AND WILLIS Attorneys at Law. Rideway, Elk county Pa., will attend to all professional business prompt. ly. imar-zz uq-ly. TR. J. 8. BORDWELL Electio Pbysl- I J oian. Late of Warren county Pa., will promptly answer all professional calls by night or day. Residence one door east ef the late residence of Hon. J. L. Gillis. Mar-22'66-ly. W. B. HARTMAN, St. Mary's, Elk ounty, Pa. Late of the Army of the I'etoma I'etoroac. Particular attention riven to all eases of surgical nature. mar-22'66-ljr. PR. W. JAMES BLAKELY Physician and Surgeon, St. Miry's. Elk count y fmar-22'66 lv. a, SHAW Practices Medicine PR. W. W. and Surg ery, Centreville, Elk county mar-22'661y. A. S. HILL Kersev. 'Will promptly answer allnrnf.Minna.1 calls by night or day. mar-22'66-ly. YDE HOUSE, M. V. MOORE Propri. etor, Ridgway, Elk county Pa. Mar-zz'Go-ly. QT. MARY'S HOTEL, B. E. Wellendorf O Proprietor, St. Mary's, Elk eonnty Pa. This house is new and fitted up with eepei cial care for the convenience and comfort of guests, at moderate rates. Free Hack, to and from the Depot. Good stabling at. t ached. msr-22'66-ly. T7XCHANGE HOTEL. Ridgway, Elk JCi county Pa., David Thayer Proprietor. This house is pleasantly situated on the bank of the Clarion, in the lower end of the town, is well provided with house room And stabling, and the proprietor win spar no pains to render the stay of his guests pleas ant and agreeable. mar-22'66-ly. ASHINGTON HOUSE, St. Mary's, Elk county Pa., Edward Babel Pro. prietor. This house is new and fitted np with especial care for the convenience of guests. Good stabling attached. Mar-za otj-ty. TORDWELL AND MESSENGER Drug t) gists, Dealers in Drugs and Chemicals. Paints, Oils and Varnish. Perfumery Toil et articles and Stationary, Ridgway, Elk county Pa. mar-22'66-Iy. CI H. VOLK, Manufacturer and Dealer jm in Lager Beer, opposite the Railroad Depot, St. Mary's, Elk county Pa. Mar-aaeo-iy. H1 'ENRY n. THOMAS, Dealer in all kinds of furniture, Spring Beds and Mattresses, Picture Frames and Coffins, Ridgway Pa. Ware Rooms in the Metho. diet Parsonage. may-17'66-ly. TRACTICAL CLOCK AND WATCH JC MAKER. 8T. MARY'S, Elk county fa. Edward McBride, keeps constantly on hand and for sale. Watches, Clocks, Silver Plated Ware and Jewelry of all descriptions. lARepairinjr neatly executed, and done on short notice and reasonablo terms . Mar 29'66.1y. OB PRINTING, such as Cards, Posters, I Hand Bills, BUI Heads Ac, done at Is Ac, done at on short notice the ADVOCATE OFFICE and at reasonable prices. 1S66 1866 PHILADELPHIA & EIUE RAIL ROAD. This crcat line traverses the Northern and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie, on Lake Erie. It has been leased by the ennyfca nta Rail Road company, and is open ed by them. Its entire length was opened Tor pas senger and treigbt business, uctober 17th, 1864. TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT RIDGWAY. Leave Eastward. Erie Mail Train 3 39 p. m. Erie Express Train 10 30 p.m Leave Westward. Erie Mail Train 1 30 p. m. Erie Express Train 3 24 a. m Passenger cars run through without change both ways between Philadelphia and Erie. NEW YORK CONNECTION. . Leave New York at 9.00 a. m., Arrive at Erie 9.15 a. m. Leave Erie at 1.55 p. m., arrive at New York 3.40 p.m. Elkoknt Sleeping Cars on Express Trains both ways between Williamaport and Baltimore, and Williamsport ana Philadelphia. For information respecting rassengor business apply at the S. E. corner 30th and Market Sts. And for Freight business of the Com pany's Agents: a. JS. Kingston, Jr. Lor. 13th and Market SU. Philadelphia. J. tv. Reynolds i.ne. W. Brown, Agent N. C. R. R. Bet- timore. H. II. Houston, Geril. Freight Aa't. PhiTa. H. W. G WINNER, Uen'L Ticket Aat. Phifa. Alfred. L. Tyler, General Supt Wnu't. WANTED, AGENTS $75 to 3200 PER MONTH for eenelemen. and $35 to $75 for ladies, everywhere, to introduce the Celebrated Common Sense Family Sewine Machine, imnrov- ed and ' perfected. It will hem, fell, stitch, quilt, bind, braid and embroider beautifully. Price only $20, making the elastio lock stitch, and fully war. ranted tor three years. We pay the above wages, or a commission, from which twice that amount can be made. Address with stamp, or call nn r' BOWERS & CO., Salesrooms, No. 255 South FIFTH Street, Philadelphia. Pa Ail letters answered promptly, with circulars and terms. fMaT-Sl'tifi-l. - -j