The Elk advocate. (Ridgway, Elk Co., Pa.) 186?-1868, January 07, 1864, Image 3
T II E E L K A D V 0 C ATE L r -, ,n yoa get aint hundred dollars bouo tih." ' r "So?" J "Yaw, 'And yon gits fuch iiico Viloth'ea M never vm! Sliest look at mce!" '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." "Sal" 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?" , . 'Yaw!" MARRIED 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. , j , 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 earth. 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, Onmberland county. Our thanks are duo the above couple ThflJ na foriJ Dfimnernt. rpmnmbnroil D 1 -w ......... , j o .. nr.. ii II 11113. MFHITS 1IE1UA ! LM. u union, i re vitalize And . i -...... I I : i 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. JEREMIAH CALAIIAN. ' 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. Imformation Tree 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. 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Dec. 21th ISti i.-tf. For Sale. 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 Ccutrcville.. v ' WM. LEAHY. Kersey Dec.' 23d 18;Vi. ADMiNISTATOR'S NOTICE 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, - ANN OVERTURF 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. . . 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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, and radicellg. OrThis Lecture (should be in the hands of every youth and every man in the land. Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, pott-jtid, ou recept of six cents, or two post stamps. Address the publishers. CHAS J. C. KLINE & CO., 127 Bowery, New York, Post office box 4586. To Consumptives 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 MEYE Administrator of ANTHONY MEYER deo'd. Administrator's Notice 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 settlement, FREDERICK KIENZLE, Aifminiftralor. Ridjimg'Xun. 19A1861. 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 Meek, Dci'r.otrh. Juno 11th 1864. The New York Weekly Her aid. 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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 18114. 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. mcnt. LAURIE J. RLAKELY. Attorney for tho Co St. MaT.y's, Pa., Nov. 2Gil 1804. TO CONSUMPTIVES. 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, Williamsburg, Kings Co., 3 months New York. RALLY! 11 A L L Y TREMENDOUS RUSH TO TUK New Store AT CENTREVILL, ELK CO. PA Luiir, Sc!ir.Na f: S'miricir NEW II A V K CO M K THE PEOPLE 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 ARE Our stock consists of r y Goods Hats & 'Caps, Groceries . ii m; Ml XS "Q M Mi H CLOTHING TIN WARE, HARDWARE Oils and Paints, Wooden Ware, Pork, Flour, 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 themselves. "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. sent. CHARLES IIORTQN, li. F. ELY, ISAAC HORTON, Jr. Ridgway, July 17th 103. 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