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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 25 February 1875

I :Y i I. II li 1(7 IT I : i. c50 Henry A. Parsons, Jn. KJito v,thirsday, febkuahy 25th 1875. ilUlgtv t-j insurance ilgtnty. Reprcsvitiiuj Cash Asset of 5,007.744 41) FIRE DEPARTMENT German Am., New York ?1 ,050,000,00 Niagara of New.York l.iJlO.im.OO Amazon Cincinnati of Pi'O,!!,")? 17 City Ins., Co, of Providence-100,554 o'l LIFE DEPARTMENT Trnvclers Life & Accident Hartford 2.0C0,0!)0,00 Vorth American Mutual of New York 5,000,000,00 lv.tiitablo of New York 1 5,000,0(10,00 Insurance effects in r.ny of the above Ktaudard companies at the most rcasona. terms, consistent with perfect poeurity to tlie insured. J. O W. TLEY, Agent. Auditors' Settlement, Receipts and Expenditures of Elk County Jut the year ending January 17, 1S75: RLCE1FTS. Jan. 1, 187.V ' To tux iecd from unscalcl lands $1:?'M1 117 " " Collectors tlliiTV.' Jury fees find indictments 71 Commonwealth cots collected .Vi 7" Fini'B collected "'l O'l Tax rccd on hinds rel'd by col!? 10 oi Amt reed from Jones twp on ncct...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 25 February 1875

- um,r,attiif-AiJllW'W1tfi"UHl.'l. I i CI 14 I n CO JTHURSDAT, FEBRUARY 23, 3875. ETangelic&l Lutheran Church. RKV. I. HPIJNF.MAN. rslor. Sunday Fob 2S, 1873, Euglish services homing and evening I At half-ptst nine oclocn a m mo new Lutheran Sunday School will bo organized 1A.U are invited lo attend I cRAC2c7rja::i f REV. WM. JAS. MILLER, Recter. ' Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and H . . , , , , . . A 11 . 4 p.m. sjunuay scaooi ai w a. h. mm cordially invited to attend. Sealijrcc. VartTlmt.at MUit triraj. Mail East do West Through Local, E.ist do do West Local East 4:43 P: M. 2:i!G 1'. M. 8:20 A. M. 0:44 P. M. 4:50 P. M do West 8;20 A. M The Mail and Through Local carry passengers, the local does cot. ELK LODGE, A. V. M. e stated meetings of Elk Lolje, No. are held at their linll, corner of Main d Depot streets, on the second and fourth luesdays of each month' N. V. MhU.V, Sec y. TU e poem "Sunshine," lead by Miss ase A. McCleary, before the Teachers institute, on Friday eve...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 25 February 1875

1 1 THE DOTS OF TO-DAY. Their Itomnnllc Lore offrhne nnd How It la Knurnilrrrd A Warning to Parent. Tho other day, in a suburban town, an errand boy in a printing office opened a letter addressed to bis employer, took out a cheek for sixty-four dollars, forged the name of the payee, got the money and absconded to part unknown. Not long before that, two lads of tender years, living in a large city, possessed themselves of a sum of money belonging to the parents of ono of them, and mndo their way to Philadelphia by rail. With a vague idea that they were to fight their way through the world, they -bought a pistol for offensive and defensive pur poses, and they laid in a considerable utock of peanuts to sustain nature, this favorite esculent being regarded as eco nomical, as well as melodramatic in its associations. Being unfamiliar with the details of mature debauchery, these youthful experimenters betrayed them selves to the .police and were brought home in a somewhat dilapidated and ...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 4 March 1875

HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NIL. DESPERANDUM. Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. V. RIDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1875. NO. 2. Doubtful John. Now John, it is in honest name, As very well you know j There's good John Smith, and good John Brown, And small Johns in a row. But there's one John we temperance folks Have put our ban upon A sly, suspicious kuid of elf And that is demi-John. " I'm euro it might contain, dear sir, Good vinegar," say you. " Or water from the fountains pure, Or ruuning stream j" that's true t But who'd believe your word, I pray. While you was trudging on, With no companions at your aide Except a demi-John V This John has a capacious mouth, So vory deep and wide, He often swallows fortunes up Before he's satisfied. Then, boys, I tell you what it is. My word depend upon, You'd better not bo introduced Tu doubtful demi-John. THE SWEEP'S STORY. " Svi-thee-eep I Svi-theo-eep !' Don't sound much like sweep ? No, it don't; but then one has to ...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 4 March 1875

ml T J 17. Henry A. Parsons, Jit. Editor THURSDAY, MAnCTI-t, 1 RT", EDITORIAL NOTES. The Ways aud Mean Committee, it is said, will report ts its verdict on the Bubsidy itiTestiation, a reeonicndation that Sehutiisker le expelled Irnui his pent in Congresi and that Kinic he prosecuted for perjury. All present Congressmen will ho csoueiatad, with the exception of Sohutuuker as noted. The reinipositiun of the Idcoiiio tux will ho a most unpopular, measure. The lict that it will uceesitato the re-creation of an army of offi'jo "holders,; who will consumo most ot ita ireccipta, will Dot recommend it to tho people, .aud ita iquuitorial ch-irirjt.erjmtkai it oli.ius to Arnoricans. A good stiff tariff is the beat fVrin of tuxstion. Wells, Fargo ifc forgive the pro duction of bullion lor 1874 on the "Pacific (dope" at 871,400,000, ol wLich 826,330,000 is gold, and tho rest tilver. Cullornia produced about 81 000,000 of gold, and Montana $2,500, 000; Nevada over 835,000,000 of sil ver, nud Ut...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 4 March 1875

niURSDAV, MARCH 4, 3875. GEAC3 CEUSCH.' REV. WM. J AS. MILLER, Rector. Services every Sunday at 11a. m. and 7 P. m. Sunday School ul 10 a. m. All are oordially invited to attend. Seai Fret. Car. Time at Mtidgivay. Mail East do West. Through Local, Kat do do West Local East 4:45 V: M. 2: 3G P. M 8: 'JO A. M. 0:44 P. M. 4:f.O P. M 8:20 A. M do West Tub Mail and 1 Through Local curry tiassengcrs, the local docs r.ot. elk Lodge, a. v. m. The stated meetings of Elk Lolgo, No. 879, are held at their hall, corner of Main and Depot streets, on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month W. C. riEALY, Sec'y. An adjourned term of court will be held here on the 2d day of April prox. Er"s are selling hero now at thirty, fives ccuts a dozu. Emporium Ins lost 8100,000 by fire in the. last two years. Renovo has a Building an! Lun As sociation which ii in a very prosperous coodition. The l'rockwayville Rftjister has changed ill cams. It it now called BrockwzyvWe Free Press. John Sinutz, formerly o...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 4 March 1875

FARM, GARDEN AND HOtSEIIOLD. Fnrm Nolo. Iu boiling potatoes for infffl, says tlie Gardener's Chronicle, they nhoulil be strained, ns the water from them ia in jurious to a loss or greater degree, m it contains the poisonous alkaloid called Bolnnine, which, it uliould bo noted, is more, abundant when the tuber begin to bud out. A correspondent of tfie Bmircor Whiff, affirms that cions should not be cut in the spring, ns has been the custom' from time immemorial, but iu the fall, after the trees have, shed their leaves, and when cut, they should be buried where it is dry, about six inches deep, nnd iu the spring they will come out all right. A writer iu tlio Live Stork Journal puts the case in this way : " AVheu the day of finnl reckoning shall come, and nil the deeds of men brought to light and balanced iu the scales of unerring justice, some dealers will find a heavy load against them in the transactions in which so-called Chestur-white pigs were sold to their credulous fellowmen." ...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 11 March 1875

HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher NIL DESPERANDUM. Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. V. EIDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1875. NO. 3. Over (lio Way. Over tho way, over the way, I've seen a hoad that's fair and gray; I've neon kind eyes not new to tears, A form of grace, though full of yean. II jr fifty glimmers have loft no flaw And I, a youth of twenty-three, Ho Ijvo this lady, fair to see, I want Lor for my mother-in-law ! Over the way, over the way, I'vo Boen her with the children play. I've Been her with a royal grace Before the mirror adjust her lace; A kinder woman nono ever saw j Gol Moss and clioor her onward psth, And hlosa all treasures that she hath, And let hor bo my mother-in-law 1 0 .-er the way, over the way, 1 think I'll venture, dear, eome day (If you will loud a helping hand, And sanctify tho schomel've planned), I'll kneel in loving, reverent awe, Down at the lady's feet, and say: " I'vo loved your daughter many a day I'loano, won't you be my moth...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 11 March 1875

i It Y mum IIknby A. Parsons, Jit. . Editor THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1873, EDITORIAL NOTES. The public debt was decienscd S6, 680,180 12, during the month of Feb ruary The Tx and Tnriff bill has been parsed by the United States Senato, just as it came from the House. The bill only awaits the President's signature lo become a law. There Is now no necessity for au extra session of Congress, as the udoplion jf the above bill relieves the administra tion frcm all anxiety and embavrassmont. The Senate paasscd bills for the ad mission of Colorado and New Mexico as States this week, hut the Ilouso refused to suspeud tho rules and pass the bills, though that motiou received a large ma jority vote. Afterwards the House took up and pa?sod tho bill for the admission of Colorado. A Blairsville correspondent of the Pittsburgh Commercial anuouuees that General Harry White will bo a candi date for Slate Treasurer in the ensuing Republican State Convention. The General has had asperations to fill a plac...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 11 March 1875

18'S.JI 1U-J.S I c:m lit ,: warn it SO niURSDAT, MARCn 11, :875. OEACE CHURCH. Borvioe in Grace Church Bu nday neat at the usual hours, 11 A. II. nnd 7 P. M. The subject of the morning sermon will he, 'Unseen Enemhs, or Evil Angels." The subject of the Evening sermon, "The Holy or Good Angels." All are cordialy invited to attend. Eiais Fbei to nil. Evangelical Lutheran Chr:h. REV. I. BRENEMEN Pastor. Services next Sunday. Morning at eleven o'clock in German. Evening nt half-past seven, in English. Sunday school at 0:45 A. M. All are in vited to attend. Car. Time at Ittilzuay. Mail East 4:45?: M. do West 2-.SC, P. M Through Local. East 8:20 A. M. do do West 0:4 1 P. M. t Viol A.nn v M do West 8;20 A. M The Mail and ' Through Local carry passengers, the local docs cot. elk Lodge, a. y M. The stated nieetir.es of Elk Loleo, No. J"0 n..A l.ftl.l nt tlinii- ln.ll pnrnpi nf Mnin and Depot streets, on the second nnd fuuvth Tuesdays of caeu month- W. 0. TIE ALT, Pec'y. The days are growing ...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 11 March 1875

CmONS OF COLORADO. A Itlvcr Hnl whli Stone Wnlls a Mile In IlrlHlilli A Thrllllns rtkotrli. Major Powell, iu hi thrillinpf storirs of thn ctuiyoim of Colormlo, in iS'rribner's Monthly, Kicnks of ouo of thorn ni follows : The walls were now more Hmu a mile in lii-iglit. Stniul on thn Ronth stops of the Treasury building in Washington nnd look down I'eiiiiKylvmiia avenue to tho Capitol pnrk, and imngino cliffs ex tomling to that altitude, and you will un derstand what I menu. Or, Ptand at Canal street in Now York and look up Broadway to Grace Church, and you have about tho distance; stand at Lake street bridge iu Chicago and look down to tho union depot, and you have it again. A thousand feet of this is up through granite crogw, then slopes and perpen dicular cli:l"n risii ouo above the other to the summit. Tho gorge is black and narrow below, red and grny and ilaring above, undcrags and angular projections on walls which, cut in manv places by sue canyons, seem to be a vast wilder ne...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 18 March 1875

A HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NIL DESPERANDUM. Two Dollars per Annum. NO. 4. VOL. V. HIDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., TIIUHSDAY, MARCH 18, 1875. He Peaceful Times. Fashion no more bloody weapons. Armorer i stay your active baud s IteHt now from your murderous labor : Calm and tranquil ig the land. You sball beat tbe swords to plowshares, Into priming-hooks tbe spears, For among tbe troubled nations l'eaco bor glorious standard rears. Stealing over land and ocean Like a stranger from afar j Quiet is tbe wild commption, Silenced is tbe cry or war. Tumult, etrife, and discord ending, Shrinking back before her glauca ; Harmony from heaven descending As her gentle steps advance. White-robed, she her watch is keeping, Olive branches hi her hand, And the dogs of war are sleeping Throughout all tbe weary land. . Now the natiou's mourning daughters liaise no more their bitter wails ; Bhips are sailing on the waters, Commerce spreads their snowy sails. Doves are flitting round your ...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 18 March 1875

V CM 'V i IIunhy A. Parsons, Jr. - - Editor T1U.RSHAV, MARCH 1, lfi""i, i i . ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 From Forney's 1'rcax. LsR'slativ ImbseilitTr. TIig Democratic ranj irity in tit e Stito House of Ilopvc-rentatives on Tuesday, in the ppirit. of factious o'pn-i-t i hi nml legislative imbecility which has characterized its conduct since the first d iy of tho session, duf.'atcd the only measure possiblo to pave the credit of the State during the year nnd to cnablo it to moot its just obligations to the charitable r.nJ reformatory institu tions which discharge it best functions. Tho facts are stated very fully in our llinisbur ili-ipitchc, but their im portance merits a brief statement here. First, as refrurds the erudition of the public treasury; On tho first day of the present mouth it contained, accord ing to the statement fjr Fcbruiry, the sum of S5D.04:, applicable to nil purpo ses other than tiie pviouipa! and interest of the public debt. Its emptiness is attributable to the f llinritig ...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 18 March 1875

rilURSDAV, MARCH IS, 1875. G3AC2 CHURCH. Service !n Grace Clmrcli Sunday next at tht'us uul hours, 11 A. M. and 7 V. M. All aro"cordialylnvitcltoa'.(end. Sb vrs FttSR io all. Evan2::i:al Lutaaran Chr:a REV. I. BREKEMEX raster. Sunday school at 0:15 A. M. All .ire in vited to attend. J Car. Time at UUlgway, Mail East 4:-l"i F: It. do West 2::T. P. M Through Local. Ea?t ,f:20 A. M. do do West 0:4 1 P. M. Local East .:f,o P. M do West R;2l A. M, The Mail ami ' Through Local carry Dassengcrs, (he local docs not. elk Lodge, a. v. m. Tho stated meetings of Elk Lolgo, No. 87tl, nre held fit their hall, coi ner of Main nnd Depot streets, on the second nnd fouith Tuesdays of each month- W. C. JIEALV, Pecy. Send in your subscriptions Yesterday was St. Fitrick's Don't set your stoves cat doors yet. The ice is stiil about three feet thick Eater Sunday occurs on the 28th inst. Sheriff S cull, will mcve to town this weeli Tho Pennsylvania Legislature adjourned to day. More Encw, nnd at present wr...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 18 March 1875

FAIttf, GARDEN AM HOUSEHOLD. I'n-nprrntlve Hliroii-I'nrnilng. Mr. S. Archer, of Kansas City, Mo., j petition signed by 4H.BU3 fannom of tho North wake the following estimates of 'the ro- Vfrlt Hk'R for tlio improvement of iho Fox turim from n flook of kIioi-ii fcimr, rm i,,int " Wusodiihiii river. Recount, vi . 1 . 1 to put iii fay ono Imndrud ewes ench, i i --o j. to b kPlt duriuir tho summer in a Hock of ono thousand. Each inan'H npeoilut inny bo iwimiuoil nhnnt as follows, varying somo neeording to fircum Rtnnees: 100 hoad common grade Merino ewes, at 85 500.00 Two thoroughbred rani, at :J0 (iO.OO Total frjUO.OO Ono herder for the 1,000 aheap ilurii'g seven months minuucr, at $3d $210 oue-touth of Huh iH 21.00 H tons of hav, worth eav i 7, fed out 68.00 2j0 bu-hols of corn, at b)c, fed out 100.01 Halt, one bnrrol 3."0 Sulphur, rosin, cspperan, ct ... 2.00 Shearing, Bonking, and shipping tho wool, nay 12.00 Lobs live per cent., (ivo ewos at if 5 25.03 Whole cost of keeping tj-21!l...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 25 March 1875

: v HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NIL DESPERANDUM. Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. V. MDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, TA., THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1875. NO. The Return Home. Von won't be hard on her, father ? It is Jeanuie, our eldcHt born Jeannle, the little girl-baby God gave us one Christmas mora. She has given ub many a heart-ache i And, oh ! 'twas a bitter day When we hunted all over for Jeanuie, And found she had run away. You cursed her that morning, father : And bitterly then you swore That the home that she left behind her Should never receive her more j But I know that you couldn't have meant It, Aud you won't remombor it when, Sick and broken and hungry, Our Jeannie comes home again. Tou won't be hard on her, father? It was years aud years ago, And I think you have fretted for Jeanuie More than even you know. She is looking so pale aud Bickly, And see how thin she is dressed : Look at the poor little baby That is lying on Jeannie's breast. You are forehanded, father, And thcBO...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 25 March 1875

3 vV TIfary A. Paiisoxs, J it. - - Editor THURSDAY, M A UCII 23, 1S75. From T'ie Time (Phila ) The J'cditiiul Salary Gawtioa. The adjournment of fin Legislature leaving the question of judicial salurics undecided, is n grave misfortune. There nra several provisions of the now Constitution, which b;ar upon the issue. Section 18 of article 5 providei as fol lows: "Tlio Julgni of Hie Supvcrac Court, and the Judges of llio eevoral Courts of Com mon Pleas, nn.l all otlior Judrns required to bo learned in the law, shall at plated times receive for their services an adequate compensation, winch shall bo fixed by law mid -aid by the. State. They shall receive no other compensation, foes or perquisites of oBico from Riiy source, nor hold any other oSioe cf profit under tho United Stales, this State or any other P'atc." The 1'oreg'iiN-i section vr-is nioiod at the system iidnpieJ in Philadelphia nnl Allegheny of paying additional coatpen Fn'ion to judges out of the county treasury. Jr'lnladel...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 25 March 1875

ir I' I Y j 3 .THURSDAY, MARCH V.. 5875. GBACE CHU3CH. " in Grace Church Simla next at the usual hours, 11 A. M. nnd 7 1'. M. All are Vordialy invited to attend. Beats eh to nip ' Evangelical Lutheran Chrch REv I. Br.UNEMEX Paptor. Sunday school at 0:45 A. M. All are in it 'd to attend. Sorvicos appropriate lo E:ister Sunday KnglifM-'iri ("lin morning at. 1 1 and evening it i o clock Herman Services at d o doc M ii. e. ciiuacn. KEV. W.M. MARTIN, rator. Fundny School at, (WO A M Morning I'V.co lit 1 1 A H lanRS Meeting at Evcninc Fcrvioe nt. 7:30 1 M Prayer becting TJiursdny Evening L'ttr Time at iCldfficuy. Mail Dad '1:45 V: M. 2: SO P. M .t-O A. M. 1:41 P. SI. 1 00 P. SI 8: -2 J A. SI Locol carry do West : Through Loral. East do nio Vial Local Cast jlo West. 11 Mail and Through ts, the local does tot. 1 I'f it t ni.nn . - . 'Thc stated meetings of Elk Lodge, No. 70, are nld at their hall, corner of Slain ind IV-nnl fltt-opts. rtn tho wnnnn.l nml fnurlli uvs.lays of each month- W. C...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 25 March 1875

FARM, GARDEN AXI) HOUSEHOLD. Orrhnrd unit Nursery. Preimrntions for plnnting uirty 1e ninde thii montli, mid in nome lntitmlra the treos may bo net out. The soil nbould Imve boon prppnrtvl Inst year, but if it was not, no time should be lost. New soils rarely need manuring, Imt exhausted bind munt be renovated. It will be uso lesi to set out young trees in n stifl', poor soil, nnd expect them to give n satisfac tory return; it is true they may live and bear in time, but they can never make a healthy growth, or produce good fruit. See that there nro no low spots in the orch trd where ice nnd snow mny collect nnd remniu (hiring the greater part of the 'winter; trees planted in such places do not ripen their wood properly, nnd lire liable to bo injured by early frosts, nnd the land cannot be cultivated until Into in the spring. Pruning may bo done nt any time be fore vegetation stnrts. ' When large limbs nro removed take enro not to allow thein to fall before severing the bark on the u...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 1 April 1875

HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NIL DESPERANDUM. Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. Y. MDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, AP1UL 1, 1875. NO. C. The Rose's rromisc. J. an tho violet, darling, And aHk it news of thee. 'Tin mute but the rose-bush nearest Cries, " Wait till the Bpriug shall be. " She'll come on the sunbeam's pathway King Summar for her will spread Slie'll eome when mv crowning blossom Rhall tosa its purplo head. " H'ie'11 come on the wings of Summer, With a brow as bright as June, And a voice like the bird in April When it sings its plighting tune." Oh, many a gift has Summer From his golden gate sent mo j Eut this, thou rose of roses, Is a gift for eternity. TANEO. "Wilt thou have thin woman to be thy wedded wife t" "Harry, Anne, hurry! There's a wedding going on in the kitchen I" cried Nolly Howe, running before her cousin up the garden walk. " There seems to be one there every day," languidly replied Anno. "I should think your father would find his duties as Sq...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
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