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T II E E L K A D V 0 C ATE
-, ,n yoa get aint hundred dollars bouo
J "Yaw, 'And yon gits fuch iiico
Viloth'ea M never vm! Sliest look at
'Yaw. And in the timmiug, von do
trum j'cots dat is do gurnnls gonpli
mcuts to conic nod pit your schnapps
lnit lii in."
Vaw. And'ji'irlJ soon, biiinc by
recto (drain and dnt ish de cur.
, unplijiientg to come mid oat some
in sausage luit liiin, dy taru."
.-U, IIIVUIill'l i
"Yaw, dat itd so. Deu purty soon,
biuie by, der trum pects, and dat ish dc
gurnal's compliments to ride mil him in
derrnrringetc see yonr vrow or Kntarina
And den you ridea mitbim all over dc
city, 'and do cost you ono tarn cent.
And biiue by dc trum pcots and dit i-sli
the gurnal'a compliuieuts to cutue and
schmoke a pipo mit him ! And den
Lime by, purty soon, right away de trum
j.cefs de tuyfal, and dat ish thcgurnal's
compliments to get your uino huudrcd
Jollars bountish.. 1 1 thiuks, bu4, 1 guess
not, by tarn !"'
"Yaw ! So goot!"
"Yaw ! And deu der General and
der President shakes hands mid you
nod you cat krout mi do Bresideut',
frow, and ehuet live liko one fighting
roosters, by lam ! ' And den in a little
while you say de President bo one nice
man, and you gets another hundred did.
lars bountish, and der President make
one grand General mit you, purty soon I
guess, but I thinks not. You ga uiit
me?" , .
On the 21st of lecember," by J Z.
Lindemuth, Esq. Mr. Martin S. B
Evans, ofBenczeUc, to Miss Sarah Ma"
iilda Goss. of Snvder Countv . Pu.
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fT-1 1 . , ., , rt .,
jl ins coup;e oave our inanxs lor the
dollar with which they remembered us
They have 6hown that hard times has
no terrors for them, and that together
they can brave life's stormy billows.
May heaven bless them while .they stay
On the 28th ult, at the house ot tho
bride's father, by Rev. B. F. Beck, Mr.
C. V. Gillii of Elk county, and Miss
Annie D. Overholtzer, of White Hall,
Our thanks are duo the above couple
ThflJ na foriJ Dfimnernt. rpmnmbnroil
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llanjlalia Vn t-ai-liA
i'ji luii'iie prair.!-. ii uinea,
Sprains, Bruises, Galls.
JJistemper, ,ve., in Horses- The
,i'3i ruei jurpuin ui udj i bid iviucr
iu una. There it no ronieiiy that will act
a prompljr in relieving the ills couincrated
8 the Magio Balm, whicb deserve to re
ceive the furor of the public. It is its own
reoommoudiition. nnJ'uy the pcrfcroiance
of good works, here it is known, now en
joys the highest repuiatiun, For sale by
. . Powell, tlouk & M'Veau, Hidgway Pa.
Wholesale by Csi lcrg & Hall, k Warfeels
i'rug stores, Erie Pa.
" " ' STRAY SHEEP.
Came to the premises of the subscri
ber, on or about the 1st. of November,
i ttwo Ewes and ono Lamb. Tho owner
is requested to come forward, prove
propcrtjjpay charges, and take them
.away or they will bo disposed of accor
! .ding to law.
' Pox township, Dec. 3 1st 1365.
NOTICE : The aunual meeting of
the Stockholders of the Shawmut
j ' nnd Itidgway Itail Koad Company will
i fce held at their office, in Souther and
V ' Willi's building, in Hidgway on the 2d
r ' Mun.day of Jauiury A. D., 18(35, at 2
o'clock p. m., locho.io a Hoard of Dircc.
iors for tho ensuing year.'
11 flENllY SOUTflEPi. Prcs't.
ALBERT WILLIS, Sec'y.
TO NERVOUS SUl-'l-KHKRS,
A GENTLEMAN, curek of N.1Vou.s
Debility, Incompetency Premature Do.
I V. ...1 I.. I I.' I....1J 1 ..
VUJ,lllt tUUllllUI JJIIV1) ... . ..... I ' J
il'urnioh to all who need it (Jrco of
1'iarire. .tho rccinc aud directions for
je A6iaking the simple remedy used in his
ijj tise. Buticrcrs wisintig to Tiruiittiy t lie
llvertiser bad experiuce, aud ru-sew
sure rod valuable remedy, can (losoby
idressiug him at once at liia plaeo of
Uiii ' tvi-ceiptau inn luiorina-
i,. jo -of vita! iiutiortaucB will be cheer.
lAiif Mu y cturn mail.
?Lf Aaareis juiim r, uujjkiX:
Id ft i- -No. "00 Nasau Street, New York.
1 P.8. Nervou3 Suffereisof both sexes
rV'i find tUls iutbtuiatiou invaluable.
' ,f i i
Modern nnd Andquu I'unil"
P. II 0 O K V 1 L L E P E N N'A.
Tcte a tetes,
1 ) 11 AWT X Q .1100 M C 1 1 A IRS,
And Upholstered ware of all kiuds, also
Cain Chairs, Cain Rocking Chairs.
Common or Windsor Chairs.
&c. kc. Ac.
We spare no pains in packing furni.
turc so that it can be shipped any dis
t'ineo without being injured. Do not
forget the place.
BROWN'S WARE ROOMS.
Dec. 21th ISti i.-tf.
The subscribers offers at private sale,
a span ol bay lioives, one five years old
next June, aud the other seven years
old next May. They arc both gentle,
cither in single or double harness. Per
sons wishing to purchase the two or one,
can see them by calling on the nUbscri
bcr at his residence, on tn'ilc North of
v ' WM. LEAHY.
Kersey Dec.' 23d 18;Vi.
Letters of Administration have been
granted in due form of Law, to the sub
sciber upon the Estate of Thomas Over
turf, late of Bcnczctto township Elk
county, deceased, All persons having
any claim against said Estate, are re
quested to present them duly authenti
cated for settlement. Any person ow
inyr' tho Estate, are requested to make
pavment forthwith, -
Administratrix of the
PEIZR MONEY. A DATEfull list
I'RISES PAYABLE TO of ALL
can be seen at tho officers. These nnd
all other claims against the Government
promptly collected. . .
An OmcKii m the Army writes ;
'At inspection I noticed that a large
proportion of the men's knapsacks con.
tained a box of Troches, being generally
used by them for colds, etc." u Brown i
Bronchio Throchet" should be in every
soldier's knapsack or pocket, to bo used
opon the firbt appearance of a cold or
'''hli 1 1 i new edition of Dr
on the radioakure (without inodioine)
of Spermatoruucea, or seminal Weak
ness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impo
tence, Mental and Physical Incapably
Impedimenta to Marriage, etc. asoctp
Consumtion Epilepsy, and Fits, id,
duced by aelf-indulgcnse or tcxnal ex.
S"Price, in a sealed envelope, only
The celebrated author in this admira.
ble essay clearly demonstrates, from a
thirty years successful pratice, that the
alarming consequences of self abuse may
bo radically cured without the dangerous
use of internal medicine or the applica
tion of the knife pointing out a mode
of cure, at once simple, certain and effect,
ual, by means of which every sufferer,
no matter what his condition may be,
may cure himself cheaply, privutely,
OrThis Lecture (should be in the
hands of every youth and every man in
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope,
to any address, pott-jtid, ou recept of
six cents, or two post stamps. Address
CHAS J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery, New York, Post office
The undersigned having been rostor
is to Lcy.lth in a few weeks, by a very
ample remedy, af ter, having suffered so,
vcral years, with a severe lung affection,
and the dread disease, Causumption is
cuxious to make known tohis fellow suf
ferers tho means of cure.
To all who desiie it, ho will srnd a
copy ot'tho prescription used, (f'reo of
charge,) with the directions for prepar
ing and using the same, which thy will
find a, sure cure for CONSUMPTION,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Couaus, Colds
kc. The only object of tho advertiser
in tending tho prescription is to benefit
thcalHictcdjUudhpeud information which
ho conceives to Lo invaluuble ; and he
hopes every wiffurer will try his remedy,
ai it will oust them nothing, and may
piovc a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will
please addrf ss
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, ;
Willunsurg, Kings County,
i - ' New York.
Administrator s Sale-
RY order ot the Orphans CoiS' t of the
county of Elk, In the Stn'a of IV, I
shall cxpo.su to sale, by public vendue
or out cry at tho Court House in Ridg.
way, on Tuesday the ild day of January
next at 1 o'clock V, M., as the property
of Anthony Meyer, dee'd. Five lots in
St. Mary's, in tho said county ot E!k,
known as lots, No. nineteen (lit) twenty
one (21) twenty-eight (28) twenty .four
(21) nnd twenty-six (2(3) on cross street,
in i'rout on cross street one huudrcd
(100) feet each and in depth at riht
angles two hundred (200) feet.
Terms of salo, ono third of the tiurl
chase money in haud at conformation of
sale and the residue in two equal annual
instalments thereafter, to bo tccurcd by
Judgment, Uond and Mortgage
ANTHONY MEYER deo'd.
IETTERS of Administration having
i been granted to the subscriber on
the estate of Geo. A. KicDzle, late of
St. Marj's borough, dcccafcd. Notice
is hereby given, to all persons knowing
themselves indebted to Faid estate, to
tnako immediate payment, and all those
having claims against fitid estate, will
present tho same duly authenticated for
Administrators , Notice--
Letters of Administration have been
granted in due form of Law, to the sub
scriber Wm. Mack, upon tho Estate of
Elisha Jnck, Late of Salem Md. de
ceased. All persons having any claim
against said Estate, ate requested to
present them duly authenticated for set
tlement. Any person owing tho Estato,
are requested to make paymeut forth
with. WILLIAM MACK,
AJminintralor of th Esttc of Elitha
Juno 11th 1864.
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There areno travling agents for the
Coal Lands Tor Sale-
np HE subscriber offers for sale the
privilege, with the right of
mining and other minerals under 495
aercs of laud situated in Fox tp., Clear
field county Pennsylvania, within 2
miles of tho Hidgway & Shawmut R.R.,
which oounccU with the Phita. & Erie
R. R., at Hidgway, with a six foot vein
ot Bituminous Coal upon it, which is
now commanding such euormouu prices,
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TWENTY .SEVENTH ANJflVEUSARY
THE SEn lOKH JMEItCUIl T,
THE PRIDE OF THE FIRESIDE.
In the prime of a vigorous intellectual
manhood, the I'henix of tho woeklies beplus
its flight for the new year, over tho wreeks
of its Lagging and lifeless coiilutnpornrics,
with its eye fixed upon the sun, beneath
which it owns no rivalry. ft
71ic war, which has toppled down wlijit
ever it shallow nnd banclest-, has written ii
wrinkle on the bright rngis of onr suefww.
Our features for the issue of 18U5 shake the
pillars of whatever Ins heretofore been
deemed imperial in ecrinl literature. Roth
tides of the AUantic render us tribute. We
shall eontinno the thrilling rom&noes of
MissM. E, IlRAiinox, necromancer of the
strong dark passions, to whom we pay more
annually than the entire capital of our Imi
tators, ami add to our Auiurioin staff the
champion jenter of the cap and bulls, Josh
Uu.MKas, who will commenco wilu the first
of January aseiics of his well known inimi
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iu lus irresistibly convulsive vein. Harriet
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In addition to its crisp nud telling editori
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the aptcst and wittiest poems, caricatures,
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PHOTOGRAPHS OF POPULAR
highly illustrative of tho oldest, ablest' nnd
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Article, by Jennie June", whose sprightly
notes upon the latest and most perfect New
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ciety everywhere, and universally consulted
doth in the metropolis and throughout tho
oouutry ; and commence a series of illustra
ted Sketches of Grotesque Adventure in
Foreign Climes During the War, by Allied
Trample ; as well as Hints upon Cookery,
by Henry Gosling, tho metropoiitun oi
pTbe first of the year will inaugurate the
thrilling triginol novelette bp Doctor J. II.
Robinsou, entitled .-
THE CHILD OF THE CORD,
which will be followed by a splendid new
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PISSOLUTIOX or PARTNERSHIP
Notice is hereby given that tho Part
nership, Lumbering business, heretofore
carried ou by the undersigned, under
tho name of Charles & Isano llorton Jr.,
in litis day dusolvod by mutual consent
The business of tho late Cnn, will be
settled up by Isaao llorton Jr.
ISAAO HORTON Jr.
Ridgway,July 13th 161.
E. & n. T. Anthony & Co.,
Manufacturers vf PhotogrnpMo
WtlOI.KSAI.R AMI BETAtt,,
fini HROADWAV, N. Y.
Io addition to our main buninessof H10
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Of those wo hnvo an immense assortment
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We were the first to introduce these into
rtie United States, nud wo manufacture iin
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275 fol-jiiols, 123 Ai thors,
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NOTICE OF LIMITED PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE is hereby given that Tbeo lore
Palen, heretofore residing at Allegany, Cat
taraugus County, iu the State of New York,
but now residing at Wilcoi Elk County,
State of Pennsylvania, and James Clark,
residence at l'laentield in the Suite of New
Jersey, have formed a limited partnership
pursuant to tho Act of the General Afseuibly
of the Slate of Pennsylvania, passed tho 21st
of March 1836, entitled "An Act relative te
limited partnerships" and its several sup
plements, for the manufacture of Leather at
Wilcoi aforesaid, upon the following terms
to-trit: int. Tho name of said firm to be
Theod.iro Valcn j "nd. Die general nature
of the business transacted is the manufacture
of leather ; 3d. Tho nam a of tho general
partner is Theodore Palen, now residing at
H'iloox aforesaid ; 4th. The amount of
rapiial contributed by the epeoiul partner
Jnincs Clark, to the common stock, is
eighteen thousand dollars ; Oth. Tho part
nership is to oontiiiue from tho ninth dsy
tpril A. D.'1804, to tho niuthday of April
A.l. 1800. Dated at llilcoz, June Wd
NJJlTICE. Insurers in tho West
Pencil Insurance Company of Lock
Haves JP cuna., must pay the amount
due said company, levied by itiu assess
ments, Nos. 0 & 10, to tho undersigned
before, or duiing uext Court week,
otharwiso proceedings will be commen
ced against them, to compel such pay.
LAURIE J. RLAKELY.
Attorney for tho Co
St. MaT.y's, Pa., Nov. 2Gil 1804.
Consumptive sufferers will receive a
valuable prescription for the cure of
Consumption, Asthma, Rronchitis, and
all throat and Lung affections, free of
charge, by sending their address to
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
3 months New York.
RALLY! 11 A L L Y
TREMENDOUS RUSH TO TUK
AT CENTREVILL, ELK CO. PA
Luiir, Sc!ir.Na f: S'miricir
II A V K CO M K
Awake to tukib Interest J
Ass manifested by tho daily thron p o
iuin CM exohaiigiiig "orekn back '
far (xooda t
All the Domestic Cottou Goods nro
high. Custotuois, ou aud all exclaim !
Hov Cheap Your Dres3 Goods
Our stock consists of
r y Goods
Hats & 'Caps,
. ii m;
Ml XS "Q M Mi H
TIN WARE, HARDWARE
Oils and Paints,
Tt is useless for us to attempt, to pivo
a full list of our stock, but invite ono
and all, to drop iu, and cxamino for
"loy-Butter, Eggs, Potatoes, Grain
Hides, Calfskins and all country produoe
kea at market prico, for goods,
Centrcville, April 26th 1803.
DISSOLUTION o PARTNERSH IP
Notice ib hereby given that the
Partnership, Lumbering business hero,
toforo carried on by tho undersigned
under the firm name of Hoton, Ely k.
Co., is this day dissolved by mutual con.
li. F. ELY,
ISAAC HORTON, Jr.
Ridgway, July 17th 103.
MOORHEAD HOUSE, Maiu S
Brookville T'a.,C. N. Kreti. prop'
Thia houaiasbeen refitted and furmsh
ed in c. neat style, end is every .)
Rd'fted to the wants of the jmb!ie.