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Tocal and Miscellany.
Var Time at Ridgway.
Irle Express East ..... 12:45 a. m.
do do West 8:84 a .
do Mail East... 6:16 p. m.
do do West 8:21 p. m.
Loeal Freight Kant ... :0a. m.
do do West 7:30 p. m.
Elk lodge, A. T. K.
8teted meetings of Elk Lodge will be
held Tuesday evening, oa or before the full
tnoon of each month, nee every two weeks
thereafter. J. K. WHITMORE. Seo'y.
1. 0. 0. T.
The Regular meetings of Ridgway Lodge,
lie. 256, held every Wednesday evening ai
their Lodge Room.
Himbt A. Pabsoxs, Jr., 8ecy.
A0EHT8 FOfi THE ADVOCATE.
The following named persons are authorised
agents for the Advoeats to receive subscrip
tions, advertising or Job work, take pay there
for and give reoeipts.
Wilcox. A. T. ALDBicif, J. L. Bbowji.
Kane. Fbakk W. Maica. -Johnionsburg.
St, Matys. Chas. McVba.
Centreville. Hoiixa B. Lrach, Maj. Bubss.
Caledonia. W. P. Smm, B. A. Wbid.
Benneietle. Johb C. Babb, J. W. Baowa.
Shawniut. Joan Fabbbb.
8pring Creek. A. W. Ihvi.
Highland. Levi Em.othoi.fb.
llorton. D. C. Otstbb, N. M. Bbockwat.
Tax Commissioners of Elk Coiuily will meet
at their office in Ri lgway on Monday the 4th
duy of January 18C9. By order
F. DICKINSON, Clerk.
TnAT Sociable. Remember the dance
at the MeCauley House, in Centreville to
night, A pleasant time may be expected.
New Year's Party. The party at the
Hyde llouse, next Thursday evening, will
be one of the very best ever given at that
SlNCE'thc passage of thb bankruptcy
law, about 160 cases have arisen under it
in the Nineteenth Congressional district,
of which 75 or fcO have born from Erie
No Paper. In .accordance with the
usual custom, we shall issue no paper next
week. Our hands desire to keep the holi
days, and we are glad of the opportunity to
, Ware assured that the popular remedy
1-nnhA ai " Macamoope contains no
mineral substance whatever, but that it is a
simple extract from pure barks, and can be I
safely used with impunity.
Tbb Fabhioss. It may interest the ladies to
know that the prominent features of the winter
fushions are higlr colors. Tartan dresses and
tartan suits are very much worn, and these
are very bright and pretty, either for the bouse
or street. High dresses of scarlet, cashmere.
delaine, or French merino, are very much worn
by young ladies, with little paniered over
dresses of black silk.
Am Orn Diseasr Tn a New Yovk In
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at tution for chantaoie relief, a woman who
. . ,.
applied for medical aid stated her disease
to be " flirtation at the heart," The doc
tor, with a twinkle of tho eye, said, " it is
not an uncommon complaint with your sex,
and easy to cure if the proper remedy is
sd." She was also suffering with a
chronicle ofthe back," as she said.
Vouho Amibica foe January. There is
always a great hurrah among the children
when Yocnq America arrives. Its stories, its
puizles, its pictures, possess an irresistible at
traction, and indoce lots of boys and girls to
beg at bed time for just " half an hour more."
'1 he January number is the third issued since
the enlargement, and is one of the most inter
esting and attractive that has been published.
Parents and teachers should bear in mind that
it is the only juvenile periodical that confines
itself to sketches of an absolute truthful,
natural character. Publication Office, 838
Broadway, N. Y. At $1,50 yearly.
One of the finest accomplishments for a
lady is to chew gum giacefully. Anybody
can chew it soate way, but to do it up with
lady like care and grace is an accomplish
ruent very rare indeed. e have never
een fortunate enough yet to see a lady
who had reduced it to a graceful science,
but if " practice mikes perfect," we may
expect great excellence at no distant day.
For their information ne wul mereiy add
that a Saten Island ,firm refines, praline
and sella a ton a day for chewing gum.
the next thing to the Grecian Bend, and no
real lady 6hould be without it.
k4 Tub Wat ro doit. We see by the German-
town Chronicle, that a gentleman named Collum,
living in Oermantown, and as we presume the
owner of some lots there, takes what occurs to
us as the proper eourse to benefit himself and
others : while his efforts cannot fail to benefit
the neighborhood in which he lives. He pro
poses to give free of all expenses -whatever, a
building lot 80x150 feet, to any party who will
bui'd a factory, and employ therein twenty
bands in any lawful business. He also proposes
to increase tha lot three hundred square feet
for every additional band employed up to one
hundred. We mention this, that some of our
public spirited eitixens may see what course is
adopted by shrewd business men elsewbeie, to
Subscbibb for the Advocate.
Nbwspatkbs i tub Familt. It is tot every
one that appreciates as it should be the value
of a family newspaper. Its visitations into the
heme circle are at all times interesting and
agreeable. It is a friend and companion that
is not easily dispensed with. Te the seeker
after knowledge it is eer welcome. Te father,
and child, all like to hear and read the news of
the week. Their paper Is looked upon as any
valuable educator f the family. It will in
struct how to read, hew to think and how to
use and value facta. It is a sure guide in busi
ness. It generally contains infotmation of a
practical character upon almost every topie.
The farmer gets Information from its columns,
In reference to the markets and his business
worth ten times its annual oost. The house
wife receives hints in reference to household
affairs. The interests of the community are
always sustained by a live, progressive news
paper. The laboring man is benefited by its
teachings and the man of wealth and property
is cared fur in its Instructions. The newspaper
is also a pleasant literary companion. While
you read over its well filled pages, it seems like
holding converse with a familiar and intelligent
friend. It improves the heart. It elevates the
soul and enlarges the affections. Mo one should
be without a well conducted, carefully edited
newrpaper. It is the companion of our solitude,
the consoler of our spirits, a true and valued
friend, whose presence has arefin'ng influence
and whose instructions and words are in
valuable and immortal.
Stow Coacbbs. In every community there
exists a class of people who regard newspapers,
railroads, steamboats and other great improve
ments of the age as a nuisance. They can
give no reason other than that they are to far
behind the times to comprehend the use of such
institutions. They neither patronize one or
the other of these great levers of civilisation,
and always studiously avoid making themselves
acquainted with the outside world. These
persons are to be known, as a general thing.
by a certain bombastio swagger they have, en-
deavoring to pass a counterfeit article of gas
for .genuine information. They are like the
Indian, forced to fall back before the enterprise
of men who sec merit in these things, and turn
them to their own benefit. Scarcely ever
known to advertise, as a natural consequence
theii business is limited. In time they die
out : others of a different character take their
places and reap the benefit of their folly. Mil
lions have been made by a judicious use of
printer's ink. The result of an advertisement
may not be seen immediately, but it will show
itsolf in time, and for one dollar invested in ad-
vertising, the advertiser will gain ten. Out
side of mere selfish motives, it should be the
pride of all to have in their midst a good local
newspaper, one that will reflect credit on the
SrnxmD Christmas PrssitNT, Fbbb to Atl.
The enterprisiag Proprietors of the Ameri
can Stock Jocbhal have put up 300,000
copies in packages of 3 each, with a finely
Illustrated Show Bill, Premium List, 4c,
which they offer to send free, and pott paid to
all who apply for them. Every Farmer and
Stock Breeder should avail themselves of this
generous offer (to give away over $30,000
worth of books,) as the three numbers contain
uear 100 pages of choice original articles, and
a great number of valuable recipes for the cure
of various diseases to which Horses, Cattle,
Sheep Swine, Poultry, 4c, are liable. Farm
ers will find this monthly a very efficient aid in
.ill the departments of Farming and Stock
Breeding. It has a Vert i nary Department
under the charge of one of the ablest Professors
in the United States, who answers through the
Joitbnal, free of charge, all questions relating to
Sick, Injured or Deceased Horses, Cattle Sheep,
Swine or poultry. Thusevery Subscriber has
I a librae an 1 Cattle Doctor fret. This JouaSAl
9 furnished at the low price of $1,00 a year,
specimen copies free. Address
N. P. BOYER & Co., Publishers.
Parkesburg, Chester C o., Pa.
Cebtaim Tax Exiptions. The law passed
by the Legislature exemp ting certain obliga
tions based on real estate security from taxa
tion went into effect on the 1st of December. It
provides that no taxes of any description shall
be assessed or collected, except for State pur
poses, " on mortgages, judgments, recogni
zanoes or moneys owing upon articles of agree1
ment fr the sale of real estate, whether made
and. executed before or after the patsage of this
act : Provided, that nothing in this act shall
bt constructed to apply to morrag:s, judg
menti or articles of agreement given by corpo
rations." This is regarded as a most beneficent
enactment, as its provisions will enable bor
rowers of money to obtain it more readily and
upon better terms than otherwise would have
been the case. It was a question with the
Legislature whether tha lawful rate of interest
shjuldbe raised, or some of the burdens on
money invested in mortgages and judgements
removed, and it was to meet the difficulty that
this law was passed. The act only applies to
the following counties of this section, Elk,
Fori est. Erie, Crawford. McEean and Meroer.
Some months ago a table girl in a Mil.
waukee hotel is said to havo taken auch
good care of a sick Eastern young man that,
when recovered, be cave her all be bad
left, a lottery tioket, that unexpectedly
drew a prizo of $5,750, with which sum the
cirl went to school in a convent. The
young fellow afterward proposed to her by
letter, was accepted, ana the nappy pair
ill soon be united.
At Johnsonsburz. Dee 23d by F. Vernon at
the residence of the Brides' Father, Mr. Jack
T. bhute of Ridgway and Miss Helleo F. Pat
terson of Johnsouburg. Also Mr. William
Graham of Ridgway, and Miss Angeline Patter
son of lohnsonburg. The above eouples have
the printers thanks, and best wishes for their
"TVTOTICE. Came into the enclosure of the
XM subscriber in Jay Township, about the
aOihofNov. last. alfiAULl.'Hvi DULL, Dlaoa,
with brown stripe on its baok, the owner is
hereby requested to oome forward prove
property, pay charges and lata mm away, er
he will be dispesed of as the law directs
J. E. MOULT.
3j, Deo. 15th, 18C8, nd-SU
HYDE GILLIS & CO-
EW GOODS 1
AT THE STORE C?
HYDE, GILLIS & CO.
r RDWARE, QUEENSWARL
CANDIES, NUTS, to.
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST.
IN ELK COUNTY.
CALL AND SEE
AND BE CONVINCED
THAT WB SELL CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHER STORE
IN THIS SECTION.
WE ARE CONSTANTLY
ADDING TO OUR STOCK
COMB AN1 SEE US.
A LECTURE TO YOUNG MEN JUST
published in a scaled envelope.
A Lecture on the Mature, .treatment ana
Radical cure of Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal
Weakness. Involuntary Emissions, sexual Do
bility, and Impediments to marriage gcneroll.
WerVOUSUeBS, VUHU1U pnuu, AiJiic'nj muvt - no,
Mental and Physical Incapacity, resulting
from Self-Abuse. e., by Robert J. Culver-
well, M. D., author of the "Ureen liook,"
eto. , Trice in a sealed envelope, ouiy six
The celebrated author, in tins admirable
essay, clearly ueuK-nsiraics irom a unriy
years' succereful practice, that tho alarming
consequences of self abuse may be radically
cured without the use of internal medicine.
or the application of the knife, pointing out
a mode of cure at once simple, certain and
effectual, by means of which every sufferer,
no matter what his condition may he, way
cure himself cheaply, privately, and radi
a This Lecture should be in the hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
Beut'anu-r seal, in a plain envelope, 10 any
address, postpaid, cn receipt of six cents,
or two post stamps. Also, Dr. Culverwell's
" Marriage Uuide, price 40 cents. Auuress
CHAS. J.C. KLINE a CO..
127 Bowery, New York, P. O. Box 4,550.
ALUABLE LOTS FOR
The undersigned has laid out a vil
age upon hisgrouud adjoining the Ridgway
Depot, to be called ELK.. The lots are W
feet front by 100 feet deep fronting towards
Terms For the first lot sold, 100. Foi the
second lot sold, $110. For the third; lot
sold, $120 and so oa increasing in price
as lots are sold.
pm, First purchasers get the choice lot, at
the cheapest rates.
Purchasers will ce registered in ine oraer
of their application. Ten per cent ot the pur
chase money must be paid at the time of the
((.Applications wm ne maaa io ionn u.
Hall, Esq., Ridgway, Pa. J. S. HYDE.
yQU T(J DUV
CLOTIIUra Tor tht Million:
Go to A. DURLACHER,
CLOTHING I CLOTHING!
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, BOCTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
TRAVELING BAGS. Ac.
ST. MARY'S, ELK, COUNTY, PENNA.
WATCHES. JEWELRY & SILVERWARE.
HAJILE3 HOLES, Practical Watchraa
ker, jeweler ana engraver, magway,
eounty, Pa. The subscriber begs leave to
announee to the citizens or Kidgway and
vicinity that he is prepared to do all work in
his line on snort notice ana at reasonable
rates in the very best manner. Shop in H.
8. Thayer's Store. Special attention paid to
He has also on hand a large assortment of
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry and Silverware
which he offers for sale on reasonable terms.
Give him a call. nev7'U7tf.
Taa Anvocava has tha largest circulation in
tha eounty, avd ii tha beet dvrtiis j medium.
. THILADELT HIA Sv ERIE SAILBOAT).
WINTER TIME TABLE.
TK) rvgh and Dirtl Route between
Philadelphia, Baltimore Harris
hurg, William sport, and the
GREAT OIL REGION
ELEGANT "SLEEPING CARS
On all Night Trains.
and after MONDAY. NOV. 25th.
trains on the Philadelphia- & Erie
Railroad will run as follows :
Mail Train leaves Philudclphi.......lQ.4.r p. m.
' " Ridgway 8.21 p. m.
" ' arrive at Erie....- .50 p. m.
Erie Exp leaves Philadelphia -11. 60 a. m.
Ridgway 3.84 a. m.-
' " arrive at Erie 10.00 a. m
Mail Train leaves Uric
" " " Ridgway....
" " arrive at 1'hiUd'a.
....10.5.1 a. m.
.... 6. in p. m.
.10.00 a. m.
Erie Express leaves Ene 3.2-r p. m.
" " Fidgwey 12.45 a. m.
" " arat Philadelphia...- 4,20 p. m.
Mail and Express connect with il Creek
and Allegheny River Knil Rotd. BAG
GAGE CHECKED THROUGH.
ALFRED L. TYLER.
JOHN G. HALL, Attorney at law, Ridg
way, Elk county Pa. mar-22'C0 ly
LPINE HOUSE, St. Mary's Pa.. Her-
man Kretz, Proprietor. ug9"li6
W. JAMES BLAKELY Physician
n.1 S...- S M.. Vllr
" UUI KWUl J O, HI" ...... ,
Lmar- ou iy.
IRANK S. BARRETT, Altorney-at-Law,
I' Clearfield. Penn a. Will practice in
ilk and Cameron courties. rserJ.'GS-y .
EXECUTIONS, SUMMONS, SUBPffii
nas, Warrants, &c, on hand and for
sate at this office.
CH. VOLK, Manufacturer and Dealer
, in Lagtr Beer, opposite the Railroad
Depot, St. Mary's, Elk county Pa.
IOA 0. H At. I, JAN. K. V. BALL.
HALL & I3UO.
Attorneys - at - Law
SI'. MARY'S :
BENZINGER P. O. ELK. COUNTY, PA.
September 20, 1866. ly.
S. Bordwcll, M. D. Eclectic Physician
Office and residence opposite the
Jail, on Centre St., Ridgway, Ta. Prompt at
tention will be given to all calls. Office hours ;
7 to 8 A. M- ; 12 to2 P. M. j and 6 to 7 P. M.
Mar. 22, CO tf.
DAVID THAYER. Proprietor.
The undersigned having fitted up a large
and commodious hotel on the southwest
corner of Centre and Mill streets, with good
and convenient stabling attached, respect
fully solicits the patronage of hia old friends
and the pntlio generally.
decl3 C8 Ij DAVID THAYER.
RinowAT, Elk Co., Pa.
. M. Y. Moore, Proprietor.
Thankful for the?patronoge heretofore, so
liberally bestowed upon him, the new pro
prietor, hopes, by paying strict attention
to the comfort and convenience of guests, te
merit a continuance of the same.
Oct 24 1800.
' St. Marts, Pa.
" LARGEY & MALONE, Pnnrn's.
The proprietors respectfully ask the attention
of their friends and the public in general to
their large and commodious hotel. Every
uttcntiou paid to tho convenience of guests.
11. LAnu r. i ,
nyVM35Vly J. A. luALOSE.
J. HALEY Proprietor.
This hotel is pleasantly shunted on the
banks of the Clarion Rivor and Elk Creek,
at the lower end of the village, Mr. Ilealy will
spare no pains for ttie conveuie.ee oi uis
guests, lie invites one ana ante give mm a
call and try his bouse.
WHEELER & WILSON'S SEW
ING MACHINES. Tho under
signed having been appointed Sole Agent for
(lie sale of Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Ma
chines for Elk county. He keeps an as
sortment constantly on hand. Machines sold
at Philadelphia and New York prices. Any
parties desirous of obtaining them can address
i. K.. Vl llllMUKfi,
March OVOG-ly. at Ridfrwey, Pa.
House, Sign and Ornamental Painting.
HE SUBSCRIBER WOULD RE
spec) fully inform the citizens of Elk
county that lie has just started in the
above business in Ridgway, and feel confi
dent -that he can please all who may favor him
with their custom. UKAlNl.NU, FAl'Ml
HANGING AND CALCIMIN1NG DONE ON
SHORT NOTICE AND IN THErcost fashion
able and improved manner and style. Orders
left at this Office or at the Bunking House of
Souther, Willis & Souther will be promptly at
W. P. WILLIAMS,
NAHS, SPIKES, HINGES, RIVETS,
locks, bolts, and all kinds ot builder's
materials In general can be had chenper at
the St. Miry's Hardware Store than any
other place in Elk oounrty. (n28'G7)
orders for Stoves and Hardware
will be promptly attended to ag soon
as received, at the
12 07 St. MARY'S HARDWARE STORE.
Bill-Heads, Letter-Heads, Tags,
j Handbills, Ac, done in
a neat manner.
aud at the iowkst pbick, FOR CASH, at
the Elk Ad- ocate Printing Office.
LANKS of all kinds for sale at this
TnNVELOPES, LABELS & TAGS neatly I
1 y printed 1 1 tne Advocate uroco.
d at this oKoe.
ilUNS. PISTOLS. RIFLES. KNIVES.
VJT pocket and table cutlery, of tha best
quality and most approved pallet be, very
. eheap at the Hardware Store oa Biberger's old
eerner la t. Xary's.
HI MRS. SMITH HAVE
La salt es 1 no, Mrs! Smith. But I heard Mrs. Sandwich, Bay to Mrs. Huokleboom,
(hat she beard Mis. Spendthrift wy to Mrs. Stingy, tother day, that, as hows when aha
was down to Ridgway seeing the sight, she called at Thomas' warorooms, and of all tha
sights she ever ever beheld, "why la me " she says that that young man showed her
mor'n thirty different kinds of chairs, and I declare to goodness, if sho didn't say that sho
believe! every other one was a baby, chair, and the cribs for babys, why I they open and
shut just like doors, so in the day timo they can be put away. And then the different
styles of m
BEDSTEADS, TABLES, BUREAUS, AND WASUSTANDS,
MATRESSES ANT LOUNGES;
why will you balieve it, ho said he had Lounges, and Brackets, and Hat-Trees, and what
do you call em's, that como all the way from Bosting, only I don't believe no auch stuff as
that. But, Oh ! my, that wasn't a begin'in of all I saw, but as this was tho most wondoi I'ul
of any I thought I'd tell you. Cause if
LnVhWa thrv osn'l tin hotter than to rmtromse
, - f
ASH SASH I ! SASH t ! I
DOORS ! DOORS 1 1 DOOR 1 1 !
MO ULD1XGS I MO ULDLVGS! !
MOULDINGS! I t
For every man who is going to build a
HOUSE. BARN, SHOP OR SHANTY.
I have on hand SASH Glaiod or not, of all
kinds, sites and patterns. Also
DOORS OF ALL KINDS) and MOULDINGS
of every description from a half inch bead
to a heavy crown or architectral
BUILDINGS put up by the day or job, at
LIME by the peck or load, always on hand.
Any of the above named stock can be scon
or had by calling at tho Furniture Warerooms
of H. If. THOMAS, above corner of Main and
Depot streets Ridgway, Pa., who is the agent
for the sale of the same.
3iu2 SALYER JACKSON.
"VOTICE. Came to)the premises of the sub
scriher in Fox.township, about onemonth
ago, a Red Heifer, about three years old. and
described as follows t White face, and white on
her belly. Al-o a pale red steer, about three
yeurs old. and marked with several white spots
The owner of the above named property,
can have the same by proving property and
paying the necessary charges, otherwise luey
will be disposed of according to law.
Dated Dec. 1, 18G8.
TO UN WAPLE desires to make known
to tho citizens of Centreville and tho
surrounding country thnt he has taken the
shop formerly occupied by R. J. Maloncy, on
" .MuCauley s Corner in Centreville, sua
that he hopes bj paying strict attention to
his business and the wants of his customers,
to merit their patronage in his line. He will
Kcjp on baud a large and well selected assort-
Z anil hcct-voitf "HXm,
of his own manufacture, which he will warrant
to be of the best quality. His stock consists
of everything that is useful iu the tinware line
about a house.
I ask a fair trial, and if my work does
not give satisfaction, my customers will not be
obliged to take it. J Will's WAi'Ltt,
J. S. BORDWELL, M. D.
itie word- eclcctio means to chosso or se
lect niodicines from all the different
schools of medicine ; using remedies that are
sate, and discarding from practioe all medi
cinos that have an iinjurious effect on the sys
tern, such as mercury, antimouy, lead, cop
I lay aside the lance the old bloodletter,
reaucttr or depleter, and equalize the oiroula
tion and restore the system to its natural
state by alteratives and tonics. I shall here
after give particular attention to chronio dis
eases, such as Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Liver
complaint, Catarrh, Neuralgia, diseases of the
throat, urinary organs, and all aiseases peeu
liar to females, Ac
CATARRH I treat with a new Instrument of
a late invention which cures every case.
TEETH extracted without pain.
Office and residence south of the jail on
Centre ot. UHice hours from 7 to e a. m ; 1
to 1 p. m ; 6 to 7 p. m.
Deo. 23 C7.-ly. J. S. BORDWELL,
THE EAGLE TURBINE
patented July 00, 1807, is
superior to any wheel in use. The- undur
signed havo the agency for Said wheel in the
Slate of Pennsylvania, and can recommend
it as being the best manufactured. For
of further particulars, and circulars, inquire at
our Foundry in Kersey, where machinery,
mill-gcuring, castings And steam engines will be
made to order at reasonable prioes. We expect
by giving satisfaction in our work to receive
a good share of public patronage.
J. F. ROBERTSON,
Kersey, Elk Co., Pa.,janl6 lG8pd.
T) LACKSMITQ'S CARPENTER'S AND
j joiuer'e tools for sale " aheaper than
the eheapoet" at tho St. Mary's Hardware
YOU HEARD TUB NEWS t
wbat'a happened, any om died or going
yoa want to buy furniture, or any of your
the establishment of
It. II. THOMAS, Ridgway Pa.
EW HARDWARE STORE !
The subscribers have junt 'opened in
A new and Complcto Stock of Heavy & Shelf
And will keep constantly on hand a grot
COOK AND nEATING STOVES;
Bar Iron, Sfccl Anvils, Bellows, Nnil.'s
Horse shoes, springs, Build-
ing Hartlicare, saws,
and File of Every 'Description
GUNS, PISTOLS AND CARTRIDGES,
Cutlery, Plated Waro and House
Furnishing Goods. Al'
ics' Tools I
Of every description, which will be sold at
the LOWEST CASH PRICES.
They have also the exclusive agency in Si
Mary's- for the
BASE.BURNING COAL STOVES
AND PARLOR FURNACES I
Which have received Four First Cist V
miums at the New York State And ma
er Fairs ; Also, the Great Silver
Medal at the Fair of the Am
erican Institute, held in
New York City, 18G5.
They are Perpetual Burners, only one
being required fo be niada
. ouring the season.
M. BEECHFR. J a.
WM. U. COPELAND.
For doing a family washing in tho !
cheapest manner. Guaranteed equal n
in the world ! Has all the strength o.
rosin soap with the mild and lathering qn
ties of genuine Castile. Try this splenti ,
soap. 8old by the ALDEN (' 111: J If
WORKS, 48 North Front Street, Phill'.ph !
Sept2 '08: ly
OLIVE BRANCH BITTER.
A mild and agreeable
LANT, STOMACHIC and
B I TT E R S ,
Extracted entirely from HERBS 4 ROOTS,
Highly beneficial in
DYSPEPSIA, GFNERAL W51!,L.
TY, AND LOSS OF APPETITE
ii ., . . .. .
"oouem corrective, lot peisua
suffering from Disorders (ff the Bowels,
OLD EVERYWHERE !
Depot, No. 413 Market Street, Phil.'a.
ep9,'08.1y J. K. TAYLOR CO.
JOUIS II. GARNER,
Can be found at hia . Foundry at St. Mary's
where he is ready to have all shop-work ia
his line done on short notioa. Bt. Mry.
Benxingor P. 0., Elk oo., Pa., myl'o' ly
JOB WORK of all kinda and doa.
J enptiona done at thia office.