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5 80 ; 32, lenediet street, 230 ; 22, 23,
Benedict ftreet, 4 72 ; 34, Benedict gt 2 30 i 19, Benedict street, 2 40 ; 30, 31, Benedict street, a OQ ; 2!), Benedict st., G8, Walbercr Ftreet, 3 GO ; 72, W'lilberer street, 1 82 ; 0(5, 07, 07, Wulbcror stieot, 3 02 ; 7, Wnlberger. street, 1 St ; (7, Jolin street, I 82; 00, John stieet, 1 H2 ; 10, Mauras street, 1 82 ; 5, Mauras street, 1 82 ; 3, 4, Mauras street, 4 77 ; 17, Mauras street, 1 82 ( 1, 2, Mauras street, J! 00 ; 13,14, Mauras street, 3 00 ; l'),40, 47, Mau ras street, 5 40 j 23, Louis s'.reet, tJ8 j f, Louis street, 2 30 ; 11, 12, Louis St., 33 ; 1, Louis street, 1 82 ; 15, Louis st., I 80 ; 17, Louis street, 182 ; 4, 5, Lou is street, 3 00 ; 1G, Louis street, 1 82; 0, 10, Louis street, 2 01 ; 3, Ki in street, 1 82 ; 57, Erin street, 1 82 ; 41, Eriu street, 1 82 ; 30, 40, Eriu street, 3 00 ; 33, 30, 37,41. Erin street, 591; 20, Shoturcck street, 1 82 ; 8"), Shamrock street, 1 82 ; 47, Shamrock street, I 82 ; 29, Shamrock stroet, 1 82 ; 34, 30, 42, 43, Shamrock street, 3 GO ; 48, Sliamrjck street, 1 82 ; 17, Shamrock street, 1 14 ; 23, Shamrock street, 1 82; 33, Shamrock street, 1 82 ; 44, Sham rock etrect, 1 82 ; 21, Shamrock street, 1 82 j G, School street, 2 3G ; 107, 108, Amandus street, 3 GO ; 111, Amandus street, 2 30 ; 112, Amandus street, 18., 17, Chu:ch street, 182; 18, Lliurc: street, 2 3G ; 4 lots on Rpstly road, 17' 71 ; 53, Centre street, 2 30; 13,18, 10, 20,21, 25, 51, 5t, Benedict street, 8 88 ; 20, 24, 20, 28, 3 ), Shamrock St., 7 08 ; GO, 11, 12. 7,15, 10, Mauras St., 8 27 ; 5 1, 50, 0 J, 02, 74, 75, 77. 78,50, 52, 53, 50, Rupert street, 15 35 ; 109, 110, 113, 114, Amandus street, 4 72 ; 8, George street, 170; 70, 71, Wal. bcrgor street, 2 00; 14, Louis St., 1 82 ; 28. 53, Benedict street, 2 38 ; 37, 47, 2 40; 42,43, GO, Erin street, 2 80 ; 101, St Patrick street, 94 ; 70, Rupert street, 94 ; 58. John street, 81 ; 58, John street, 1 01 ; 1 lot, 2 30 ; Centre strtet, John Ilcnfling, 3 72 ; 54, 51, 13, Centre ttrcet, 5 14 ; 2 lots, Michael llcuncssey, 11 00. 0. V. GILLI3, Treasurer. JOHN F. MOuHE, EiiiTon! SATURDAY: M.uoh, 98tTi, ::: :::1BGB. FOB. PKESIDENT IN 1808, GENERAL GREENBACKS. FOR. VICE PRESIDENT, GENERAL LOW TAXES. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Auditor General, CHAS E BOYLE, Of Fayette County. For Surveyor General, GEN W II ENT 0 Columhia. County. Byi,Thc Commissioners will meet at their offico in Ridgway, on the 1st Mon day in April, 1SG8. F. G. Dickinson, Clerk. tefW. A. Galbraith, Esq , of Eric, is tho Democratic Presidential elector for this, iho lOtJi Congressional Dis., trict, and Byroo D. Ilaailia and W. L. Scott are the delegates to the National Convention KS-An apology is due our readers for the limited amount of reading mat ter given in this issue. We intended to liave enlarged our paper ere tho com mencement of the present volume, and the appearance cf the Treasuier's Sale List, but the dullness of times has frus trated our intentions. : c, Within the past two weeks the Democrats liave been carrying almost every town in tho State where elections liavo been held. Corry, Titusville, Ilarrisburg, York, Bedford, Middlo town, Marietta, Marysville, Elizabeth, town, Easton, and other towns, have gone Democratic with tremendous gains. In some of the above named place.?, Corry and Titusville for instauce, such an event as a Democratic victory is surprising to both Democrats and Rads ioals. Straws show which way tho wind blows. Bt3iTbe fiiends of Col. Dan Rico liavo issued a long address to the dele gates to tho Democratic National Con. veutiou, which they are spreading broadcakt ovnr the country. It recites the causes which have enabled the Rad ical party to retain power foi so long a period, argues that none of the candi dates named for the Democratic nomi natiou cau b) successful, and comes to the conclusion that the only man whose name cau lead the puty on to victory is the ouc whose claims they advocate. It must be acknowledged tb it, whatev er D.iu's chances for a nomination may oc, he Las got bis fiieuds roused up to u poiul of rare pcrscveraucc. and tuthu. '.asm. rtrrmvfp rjfA.Binner, of tho New York Ledg. cr, is now publishing about tho 'sickest' piece of first-class tomfoolery wo have ever read. It is in tho shape of a bio graphical sketch of Gen. Hiram U. (Iran, written by his Dad. Daddy Grant says Hiram was ouee a very lit 1 tny, and that ho vns very fond of boss flesh ; that ho was always waffling to go with larger boys than himself'. Dad has not got to the interesting pc riod of Hiram's life when he was forced to retire from tho regular army to pre. vent a dismissal. When ho gets that far wo hope ho will giro it to tho pub lic, along with tho number of time he begged five cents to tret a drink 'vith in the streets of Galena, Illinois. ES-A company of capitalists arc en deavoring to get a charter from the State Legislature incorporating a boom company, who purpose building a boom for the storage of logs ot Frceport, on the Allegheny river. The erection of a boom on tiro Allegheny is a direct blow at the prosperity of all the lumber re gion above the placj where it :s built. Remonstrances against the measure are being circulated iu this, Warren and Jefferson counties, and are being signed generally by those whom it would affect. m m KB, The World at Hume, for March, is on our tuble. For select, sound, phi losopical and instructive reading, this aiouthly visiter has not its superior anywhere. The publisher nelec'.cd to send us the February number, which we regret, aud hope they w;ll make amends. i fXThe peerless Lady's J'-iok has been received. If there is anything iu the line of getting up a first-class maga. zinc that Godcy caa't accomplish, we would bo surprised to hear of it. Ad dress Godcy's Lady's Book, l'hilad'a. DihtorcsCs l'oumj America. This excellent little magazine continues a great favorite of the juveniles. Its stories, colored pictures, and apt way of conveying most useful instruction, rcu. dcr it exceedingly attractive, us well as a real help in tho way of education. Price SI. 50 per year, with a premium. Publishing Office, 473 Broadway, New York City. Send fjr a circular. Personal. We was pleased to meet Dr. J. L. McKec, of Pittsburgh, who called at our office on Wednesday last. The doctor piys particulor atteu. tion to the treatment of chronic diseas es, and also all diseases pertaining to women aud children. He invites those laboring under any disease which has balilod the skill of their fa:nily phs-V.. ians to address him at his office, ho. 908, Penn Street, PittAiurgh, Pa. " While the Lamp holds out to BI:rn," there is a chance for restoration of health. If, therefore, tho constiiu. tion hs been weakened by disease or excess the tiet ves shattered tho sto luach weakened tho appetite gone, and all the world appears gloomy pout some fresh oil into your lamp, in the shape of Plantatiou Bitters, which will make the flume of life agaiu burn brightly, and illuminate a onco wretch existence. For ladie3 it is an excellent and g?ntto stimulant, exactly such as they require. Many lamilics will net beuwithout it. It has au lmmenso sale throughout tho world. Magnolia Water. A delightful toilet article superior to cologne and at half tho price. Late advices from Washington state that trouble is expected iu Ten. ncssee. Tho capital is full of rumors. The Rads should get up a row some, where, and kill a few negroes. It would help tho impeachment business and fire the Northern heart. The condition of old Thad Stevens, according to late Washington accounts, iudica'.es a final breaking up of his sys. tern. When the old fellow can't recog nize a colored fellow citizen, his cuso is hopeless. A Pittsburgh editor says bis faith in the story of tho destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah by a Bhowcr of fire aud brimstone would be far stronger than it is if he hae never heard of Chicago. In the United States Senate ou Tuesday last, an amendment reducing the tax on petroleum one half was ad. ded to the bill reducing the tax 03 man. ufactures. The cholera at St. Thomas is una bated. Thirty to fifty deaths occurring daily. The Impeachment. Ben Butler's railroad speed impeachment court ad journed on Monday afternoon to ftecure concert of action, as Suinncr paid, against the application. of the President's counsel for timo to prepare his defence. At one o'clock on Tuesday, iho 24th, . tho court again met, and (the motion of, counsel for thirty days' tiuio having been voted down on tho previous day by a strict porty vote) tho question then recurred oil Senator Johnson's motion to grant ten days' time. Tho 'court' re. tired for consultation, aud, ufxr three o'clock having Fccurcd the requisite 'conceit ot action' returned with an order which declares ' That the Senate' whp not court ? ' will commence the trial of the President on the 30th ol March instant, and proceed therein with all despatch" i. e. with railroad speed, so as not to allow tho President's counsel to ' educate themselves iu the case.' ThS high old ' court then ad journed itself as a court and put on its ordinary Rump g-irb. It dill be prcceive 1 that this order allows the 1 'resident's counsel four woiking days to prepare their defence Wednesday, Thursday, Friday ard Sat urday. They asked lor thirty days, al. legiug tbs; they had not a document prepared nor a witness summoned, but the conspirntois, who have their own testimony and argumeuts all prepared, (having been at it for more than a year past.) were determined to take every undue advantage. They do not want a fair trial ; they have prejudged the whole case from their hot headed parti san standpoint, and, seeing so much power and patronage almost within their grasp, they cannot refrain from an exhi bition of the most in,feceut casreruess to clutch the coveted prize. Certainly no event has ever transpired in the history of this government, so shocking to ev ery sense of justice and propriety as the initial proceedings of the railroad speed coutt of impeachment. 'ffcto 'AiHi'iiscliKilis. " m:mi7TjTiui. Wc havj found it necesary, in orler to keep tho financ:al department of the Advocate on a good basis, to adopt the following rule ; Transient Advertisements must lo paid for in ad vance ; and all Job Work as soon as complete d. Bi li made out and presented to yearly advertisers at the beginning of each quarter. Subscript! ns to be paid for invaiiably in advance, novtf John F. Mount:, Publisher IlCENcsE NOTICE. No ioe'L h'c'r'ehy J given that die following named per sons have tiled their applications for li cense in my office, to Aju-il Sessions, 18G7, according to law. S. Yasbinder, Hone-lei, Tavern. Elizabeth Wins-low, Eenezel, Tavern. A. Gerg, Fox, Tuvcrti. V. Aunian, Fox, Tavern. M. Wvllcndorf, (. .Mary's, Tavern. O. I". Slniner, St. Mary's. Tuvoiii. John Thompson, Si. Mary's, Tavern. 1! Kiel., .St. Mary's, Taern. J. V.'auhlel, St. Mary's, Enting House. V. Qui in, St. Mary's, Eating House. John Eruhaiit, Jones, Tavern. Jas 1'iuiii son, llidgn'Rv, Haling House. S. Jackson, Hidgwnv, EalmprJIIouse. (jE'J. A. IiATiilil'N', Mar2ftc TVothon-tary. IN THE DISTUKT COL'RT OF THE United Sialcs for die Western District ol lViiusylvauia John Cobb, a liankrupt under die Act tf CVngrcM of March 2nd, INfiT, liaving app'iod lor a discharge from all his delns, mid oilier claims provable under tnid Act, lty order of the Court, no tice is hirc'iy given, to nil persons who luiva proved their debts, and other persons interested; to appear on iho tsl day uf April, It-oS, at ) o'clock, A. M., before S. E. Woodruff, Esip, ltegistcr, at his oliiue iu Warren, l'a., to ahow cause, if any they have, why a DUchirgj should not be grant ed lo the said Eankrept. And furl Iter, notice is hereby given, thai the second und third ineetiugs of creditors of the sai l Danlij-upt. required by the 27th nud 2Sih seciioim of said Act, will be had before tho said Register, at the same time nnd place. S. C MeCA.NULEsS, Cl'k of C. S. District Court fur said Disl. March 28, 1S8, 2,v U. S. Tiix Appeals. U. S. Asskssoe's (Jmcr., l'.tih Dist., l'a , Olfice, Curwcnsvilie, Clearfield county, NOTICE is hereby giocn that the nss. a i uicnt lists, valuations and eauinera turns frado within the Nineteenth Collec. tion District, Ta., by tho Assistant assess or under the laws of the United Suites, will remain (pen to all persons concernad for exnminalinn for the space often day from the luth day of April, A. D., 18(18, tit the Assessor's Office, in tho liurough of Cur wensville. At the time stated above Iho Assessor will receive, hear nnd determine all appeals relative to any erroneous or excessive valu ations or enumerations by the Assistant Assessors. In regard to appeals, tho law provides, " That the question to be determined by " the Assessor, on an appeal respecting tho valuation or enumeration of property, or objects liable to duty or taxation, shall bo whether tho valuation complained of bo or be not in a just relation or proport-on to other valuations in the same assessment district, and whclher the enumcradoo bo or be not correct. And nil appeals to Iho assessor ns aforesaid, shall bo mado in writing, aad bIiiiII specify tho particular cause, mailer, orthiug, respecting whioh a d-'cision is requested ; and shall, inoi cover, state the ground or principle of inequality or error complained of." DANIEL LIVINGSTON, Assessor liiih Collection District. Jlai-ehas, 18118, 2w DISSOLUTION. The partnership here tofore existing between the under signed in the saloon busine s, was dissolv ed on the 20lh instant, by mutual consent. The bonks and papers are with Juha MulU phnutfor settlement. S. JACKSON, mar'-St JOHN AlAl.iriI.VXT. FC R SALE. f f ACRES OF TIMltEll LAND ON fj the Ridgw.iy and ltrookville Rond, near liooijaek, llorton township, Elk Co. Warrant No. 4(j7!). Also Two Town Lots on Erin Street, borough of St. Mary's, Elk county. Trice low terms easy I it To good. For particulars apply to CAAULES LUHR, . Bcn.inger, Elk county, March 2fcli, 18C.H, 8t. HF. OVERIIOI.TZKR. t MERCHANT TAILOR, liidyway, Iilk Co., Pa. Tho subscriber desires respectfully to in form the citizens of l!id-ny nnd vicinity that he is prcpn.cd lo make to order ns well ns it can be done any where, anything in the line of his business. All he asks is a fair trial. Good Fils gtiat-anleeal. BfTjut'lolhs, ( assimcrs, Vcslings and Trimmings of the lalcst and most approved styles kept, constantly cm hand, which will b-j sold CHEAl'Eil THAN THE CHEA1' E.?T. I.adiel desiring Hemming. Stitching, Felling, Hill ling. c , on drosses, capes, c will find it to thvir interest to give inc a cilh aiigoll-tib' s IT. MAUY'S tiTUAM TANNEKk ! IT. F. I':poiihn"lo & Co. Take pleasure iu announcing to the public of Elk and surrounding colludes that they have thoroughly refilled nnd rennovafed this old and well Knowi! establishment, nnd congrotulalc tlieuiselves thai with their ex tended facities, with first class workirnn. that they cm put out as good work as can be found any wliere. Wc have, and keep constantly on hand nill kinds id lealher sach as iu general UsO iu this feclioii, iL cludiug Synits.'i and C"ii:ifr &oi: Leather '. Calfskins, Sheipskin, Kiiffcii-s ! J In r limit (D l.'nrr Lrii'lur ! OCT CASH PAID I-'OII IIIDFS. Give us a call and be convinced of the truth of what wa slate. fmarJl'tiS JAMKS xMcCLO.SKEY, $)iir 1 17 Ci.'JJi'Wl?, kt., Wjn'il resjiccifu'.ly inform die citizens ol the surrounding community that he si ill keeps on hand n good supply of such nrti. cits as are generally kept, iu a country gro cery storo, including TEAS, FLOUlv, SUG AHS, TOBACCOES, SEGAKS, WIIISKHY which be flatters himself he can sell ns cheap ns they can be bought anywhere in tho ccun y. I have lately creeled a first-class shingle mill, which is now in operation. Ii is an attested that the shingles which were made in this mill and sold in Willninisport, an a first -class article, the lumber of which they are made being well seasoned. 1 d.'sire t! introducethc eshinglo to the notico of builders, who will consult thoii own interest by giving men call. May JJ, '(j'.i. It' roii RT"rnoijLA mat ion. A7'1IEREAS, the Hon. H. W. Williams, l'resideni, and Hons. E. C. Sehull.c and Jesse Kyhr, Associates, Judges of the flourt of (.Jiiarler Sessions, Orphans' Court. Oyer and Terminer, and General Jail Deliv ery, lor the trial of capital and oilier offe-i. ces in the county of Elk, by their precepts to me directed, have ordered the itfuresiid named Conns !o be holdcu at Ridgway, in and for the county of Elk. ou tho last Mon day iu April, it being die '27th day of the month, and to continue one week. Notice is hereby given to tho Coroner, Justices of tho l'eace, nnd Constables of the count r of I.Ik, ilia, they arc by these presents com manded to be then and there in their prop er persons nl t u o'clock, A. M., of said day, with their rolls, records and inpuisi lions, and other remembrances, to do those things which their oilices appertain to be done, aud that all Justices of said county nnka returns of all recognizances entered into before them to the Clerk of the Court as per Act of Assembly if .May -lih, 1884 And t'.ioso who are hound by tlieirrecog i zaiicos to pi osecule the prisoners that are or shall lie in tho jail of die county o Elk, and to be t hen and thereto prosecute against theai as shall be just. J.-iMES A. MALOX". Ridgway, mar 21. She: iff. r 1ST OF CAUSE;? set diwn for An il Li Term, I80tl. II Milliliter vs F X Sorg el nl. C Hell vs Josepa Werner ct al. C Ileebner vs J C Scott W M Smgerly vs F Leash. ISenxitigcr t Esciibauh vs Conrad Funk. J .1 Lawrence et al. vs C Luhr ct al 1' Wilhelin et nl, vs Frank Weis. W. H. I in- Co vs E C .chultie ct nl. A King vs E llabcl. Mnliu vs Corrv. IyUXTSfor FARMERS and o'hers. T he (Jraton Mineral I'aint Co. i ri now mitnf.u hiring die Host Cheapest hi d m ist durable I'aint iu use; two coatg veil put on, mixed w ilhpiiro Linseed Oil, will last 10 or 15 years ; it is of a light brown or beautiful chocolate color and can be changed to green, lead, stone, drab, olive or cream, to suit the taste of the consumer. It is valuable for Houses, Hums, Fences, Carriage and Car-makers, Fails and Wood-en-wnre. Agricultural Implements, Canal lloats. Vessels and ships' Hotlorns, Canvas, Metal nnd Shingle Roofs, ( it being Fire and Water proof ), Floor Oil Cloths, (one Mann, faoturer having used 6UUO bids, the past year,) and as a paint for any purpose is unsurpassed for body, durability, elasticity, nnd adhesiveness. I'rice $ per bbl. of SW lbs., which will supply a farmer for years lo come. Warrented in all cases as above. Send fo a ciivulnr hich gives full particulars. Nono genuine unless branded iua trade mark Graflou Mineral I'aint. Address DAN I KL HI DWELL, 2-')l Pearl Street, New Vork. For sale by Hyde, Gillis a Co., at Ridg way. 6-(i7.-Cm. .HEDELIUS VOfiT, Practical Clock & " Watchmaker, St. Mary's, Elk county, l'a. Rooms nest door to Hintenoch's Clothing Store. All kinrfs of work done done iu a satisfactory manner, and war ranted. Consultations in regard to work in the Gerinar, i-eneli or Knelish lnn eU;,til. March 11. Jco7tf. THE PLACE TO BUY IS AT THE III Daw AY KErr by GROVE O. MESSENGER, Dealers in Drug?, Medieirf, rinti, Oils, White Lead, Lubricating Oil, Lamp Oil, Tamer's Oil, Per. funicrieg of all Kinds', The purest Varnish, Brushes of every Style and Size Dye Stuffs, Pure Confectionarics Citron, Raisins, Patent Medicines, Wines, Watches, Jewelry, Rings, Tobaccocs & Segars Pure Liquors fur Medicinal pur poses ouly. A LARGE ASSORTMENT Of Everything Useful P. r uining to the Drug Business Gcn crally. Ptue Drugs at Low Prices ! Pure Drugs nt Low Trices Notions in Endless Variety ! Notions in Endless Variety American and English Watches ! American and English Watchoa Latest Styles of Jewelry, Rings, itc. Latest Styles of Jewelry, Rings, ke. Fancy Articles, Toys, Latest Novels I Fancy Articles, leys, Latest Novels Albums, News, Stationery, Bird-Cages! Albums, News, Stationery, Bird-Cages ! Violin, Banjo and Guitar Strings! Violin, Banjo and Guitar Strings! mar2018G0 NEW GOODS ! JUST RECEIVED AND MARKED CLEAR DOWN ri?1 4 1 Tf " 4 4 t AT THE CHEAP CASH STORK L V. IIOUK, Main ."ftreet, Iiidgway, Ta HAVING just returned from the eastern cities where I have purchased a large and well selected assortment of goods, t invite the attention of die public to call and examine ny stock, consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, II ard wars flats, Caps, Uoots. Shoes, Queenawara PROVISIONS, Jfce.,&o. BUYEUS WILL FIND MY S T O C K FULL AND COMPLETE, aud well adapted to the wants of the community. j' V. IIOUK. Ridgway, Dcco ly. VA LI I A BLE LOTS FOR SALE. The undersigned lias laid out a vil. ago upon his ground adjoining I he Uidg way llepot, to lie called ELK. The lots are 50 feet front, hy 100 feel deep front ins towards the railroad. , Terms For the first lot sold, $100. Fei the second lot sold, $110. For the third lot sold, $10 nnd so on increasing in price as lots are sold. ffcJi. First purchasers get the choice lot at the cheapest rales. Purchasers will bo registered in the or der of their application. Ten percent of the purchase money must be paid at the time of the application. ft&U,Applicatinn8 will he made to Joh G. Hull, Esii., llidgwny, l'a. J. 8. HYDE. Ridgway, mar,2f)'CG-tf. JF YOU AVAST TO BUY' CJ.OTIir.VG for the Million I Go to A. DURLACIIEIt, Agent, SEALER IN CLOTHING! CLOTHING! GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BO?TS, SHOES, TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS, &o. ST. MARY'S, ELK COUNTY, TENN'A. Jan218C81ypd "VTAUS, SPIKES. HINGEa, RIVETS, locks, bolts, and all kinds of builders' uiaterinlg in general can be bad cheaper at the St. Murv'a lnrJvre Sl,r Ihnn other place iu Elk county. (ni8'07) WHEELER & WILSON'S SEW ING MACHINES. The unde signed having beeo appointed Sole Agent ior me s;uo oi n necmr Vt tisou'i Kcwiug Machines for iilk county. Ho keeps an assortment constantly on hand. Machines sold at PhiladelDhiaand w Vn. Any parties desirous of obtaining them o m address J. K. WHITMOKE, March Ot.'CG-ly. at Riden ay, Pa.