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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 2 November 1876

-i nil 1 1 ,ri i Henry A. Parsons, Jr., Editor. THURSDAY, NOV. i!Xl.. 1870. KOtt I-KKSIDEST, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, of onio. for vicirREsiiM:.vr, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, OF NEW YOKIC. EI.ECTOI'.H AT LARUE. Benjamin IT. ltrewter. of I'hllndelphin John W. llmlliuit, of Allegheny. DISTRICT E1.1TTOIIS. 1 John WelKh. 't Hcury llntr, 8 Chris. ,1. ItoB'iiMin, 1ft Mile 1.. Tracy. W S.W. Ktarkwenther, 17 Dnnli'l J. Morrcll, IS Jnrcmiiih Lyons, 1S William Hay, 30 AVm. ( nmcron 4 una. T. .loneK u Edwin . F ltlcr, o uoniamin iraun 7 J. w. Bernard, 8 Jacob Knnbb, ft John B. Wnrfel, 0 Joseph Thomas, 11 Arin rnrdee. 12 I.pwis Puzho, 13 Ed. 9. Sllliman, 11 William Colder, -'I J. It. Doiilov, 12 Panicl O'Neill, ZS Wllllom Nebb, A. B. Bcnrn?r, !2.'i Ssm. M. Jackson, 'X Jns. Wcstnrninn, IW W. W. Wllber. BEPUBLICAN MUSTY NOMINATIONS. State Senator, MAJOR HENRY WETTER, of Clarion County, Associate Judgo. HORACE LITTLE, of Kidgway. District Attorney, J. 0. V. BAILFV, of Ridgway. Jury Commissioner. MARTIN CLOVE...

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. — 2 November 1876

rzLB cw chamberlain. (Successors to 0. A. Rathbun,) Attor ney s-hi-juhw, main street, itiag way, Elk Co., Pa. ' . ii.i.LA VVAVLKY, Attorneys- at-Lw. OlBoe iu New Brick Building, Main Si Ridgway, Elk Co., Pa. v8n2lf. L VCORE & HAMBLEN. Attorn eys-at-Law, Rldgway, Elk County Pa. Office across the hall from the Democrat establishment Claims for collection promptly attended to , Jne. 15 '76. ATTORNEr-ATLAW. vlnyl. Rldgwuy, Elk County, T. Agent for the Traveler's Life and Aco dent Insurance Co., of Hartford. Conn. JAMES D. FULLER TON, Surpf on Dentist, having permanently lo nateJ in P.igwny, offore his professional ser vices tn the citizens nf Ridgway ona sur rounding country. All work warranted Office in Sorvice & W heeler's Building, up stairs, firs' door to the left. 78-n-82-ly O. G. MESSENGER, t DtuggUt and Parmaeeutisl, N. W. corn of Main nut Mill strets, Bidgway, Pa. full assortment of carefully selected For eign and Domestic Drugs. Prescriptions carefully dispensed at all ...

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. — 2 November 1876

FARM, HARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD Pnntrailo Itorlpri, To TnErAnn ToTAToitH a t.a IIayo ool.l boilod potatoes in suffloient ilimnuiy, cut in ilioes Biid seasoned with twit and popper; put them in a stewpan with a Jailleful of water and a pint of I'.Haaanolc PAtlCA. hnil ton Tninnto.. fin ish with four ounces of butter, a tdble- cjjuuuiui 01 cuopped parsley, and serve, Swebt Totato Biscuit. Grate boiled sweet potatoes and mix with an equal quantity of flour and four ounces of but- jer; ami salt and water; out out and bake in a hot oven; slioo and butter for Tea. fOTATO Bread. -To make potato bread, either sweet or white, take one- luunu 01 tne amount of flour used, and replace it with that much boiled pota- iuro uiuHueu very nne. ii wbite pota toes are used, put a piece of clean line me size 01 a iiicitorynut in the water. ii sweets are used, put a piece of char conl in the water. Moi,asses Dough Cake. Half a tea cupful of melted butter, a cnnfnl nt mn. lasses, one lemon chopped fine, and a ...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 2 November 1876

INGERSOLL'S Great Speech at India napolis, A SUPERB SAMPLE OF POLITI CAL INVECTIVE. Wit, Sarcasm, Eloquence, and Reason Combined, The following 1 a verbatim report of Colonel K. Q. Ingersoir address before the " Boys in Blue" gathering at Indianapolis : Ladies and Gknti.emen, Fellow-citizens, and Citizen Poi.niEns: I am opposed to the Democratic party; and I will tell you why. Every State that seceded from the United States was a Democratic State. Every ordt nance of secession that was drawn was drawn by a Democrat. Every man that endeavored to tear the old flag from the heaven that It enriches was a Democrat. A voice" Give It to them." Every man that tried to destroy this nation was a Democrat. Every enemy this great Republic lias had for twenty years has been a Democrat. Every man that shot Union soldiers was a Democrat. Cheers "That's so." Every man that starved Union soldiers and refused them iu the extremity of death a crust was a Democrat. fRencwed cheerintr.l Every man that l...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 2 November 1876

STTrprFXjEiiMrrEiTT. REBEL WAR CLAIMS! GRAND RAID ON THE TREASURY. How Loyal Men are to be Taxed t!! WHAT DEMOCRATIC RETREXCHMEXT MEANS. The following lift has been carefully compiled from the Congressional records of the lato ses sion, and (hows more completely the designs of the " Reform" Democrat upon tpe Treasury, if they once obtain the power, than any bnn combe campaign speeches or convention plat forms could possibly do. These are the legisla tive acts of the Democratic members of Con gress. The speeches and platforms are only professions for electioneering purposes. The total sum here proposed to be appropriated is more than our present national debt by ?100, 000,000, being $2,503,622,380. And this, it must be remembered, is only an earnest of what these " Reformers," these Democratic econo mists, would do if once fairly placed in power in the executive department and in both houses of Congress : BILLS OP A GENERAL NATURE for the adjustment und payment of Southern claims, an...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 2 November 1876

A SOUTHERN CAMP. Intlmklatlon In 8outh Caro llnaThe Whites Under Arms. THE DKBlb GR ATS DETERMINED TO CARRY THE STATE, Peaceably if they can, but Forcibly if they Must, Wade Hampton's Ap prenticeship in Mis sissippi. tFrom t white natlTe of the Ftate wlio tt not He- punlii an. J Chabiestox, Oct. 8. One passing through South Carolina would imagine that it was in a state or war. It resembles a va.-t armed vamp. On every green and public square the clung of mu.-kcts ran be hoard, a? parading infantry ground their arms. From every old Held rings out threateningly the note of the bugle or the booming of the fiild-ptcce, as cavalry and ar tillery perform their evolutions. The depots aie crowded with cures of firearms, ordered from tho Nor'h. The si ores cannot supply the demand for arms and ammunition, and every guus.T.ith in the city and blacksmith In the country is repairing dilapidated weapon. No one Is seen on the sheets without a repeater or rifle : and not a day put in town or epy h...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 2 November 1876

4 THE CONFEDERATE HOUSE. How it Retrenched by Adding Thirty' four Employes to the House Pay Rolls. Reduction Confined to ecutlve Departments. Ex Plttsburf Cdmra erclal. 3 The Democratic House of Representatives, at Its last session, cut down the working force of the. executive "departments so much that the necessary work cannot he properly done. The papers and speakers of that party have also as sorted over andi over again that the clerical force of the Hon and the former number of employes were In addition greatly reduced, and a large saving accomplished therehy. But the facts, as compiler! from the official records of the House, show tthat this statement Is utterly false. A comparison of these records shows that the Republican House of 1874-5 had only eighty-one officers, clerks, messengers, and em plbyes, while the " reform" Democratic House of 1875-fi had on! hundred and fifteen. Under the Speakership, the comparison ia as follows, the new offices in itnllcs : Kenubllcsn. 1675. ...

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. — 9 November 1876

u ; I ) -!- HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. . NIL DESPEHANDUM. Two Dollars per Annum. .7 i A - '. tin y. Sir fft . VOL. VI. Grandmother Gray. Faded and fair, In her old armchair, Sunset gilding her thin white hair, Silently knitting sits Grandmother Oray While I on my elbows beeide ber lean, And U 11 wtnit wonderful tilings I moan To have, and to do. if I can. tome day ( Ton can talk eo to Grandmother Gray She doesn't langh nor tend yon away. I iee, as I look from the window seat, A house there yonder, across the street, With a fine Freneh roof and a frescoed hall, The doep bay window are full of flowers ( j.ney ve a clock of bronze that ehimes the hours, And a fountain I hear it tinkle and fall When the doors are open : " I mean," I eay. To live in a house like that some day." r Money will buy it," says Grandmother Gray, here's a low baroncho, all green and gold. And a pair of horses aa black as jet, I've seen drive by and before I'm old A turnout like that I hope to g...

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. — 9 November 1876

am -(! Henry A. rarsons, Jr., Editor. THURSDAY, 'NOV. OTII.. 1870. Comity Ite-sn t. In tlita isi'ii we give Uu official vote of Elk County in fill!. .')iv U'ttil voto polled 'in tin- StM'J ti'.'kut wdt 1914, thu hiivrost. v.'te tfi-c t. unity overcast. The ItopiMioiai fitst f24; the Denio erntil3io, aad the Peter Cuuper man fi'i votes. Iliiiuui! plummy over Hayes U 700. l')r. Enrley rrivwl ?77 and Sc')8!t!iin Wlmmcr 8'l votes; Karlev'i rinlority 70. The '.et ton of Dr. Earloy It a result to which the Re mthlteiiiis of the county contributed largely, nnd Mr. Earioy's election Is in no wise ft Democratic victory, but, rather the triumph of worth over brn- zcii'ies. Wo feel, in thin connection, like cmijrruUilating the people of the whole county over their escape from a representative who woefully misrepre sented them. The largest majority for Eurley was in Khhrwny township where he received 841 and Whinner 7 n majority of 834 for Earley. 'Barley's majorities in the other townships wcr...

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. — 9 November 1876

i RA TIM UN & CHAMBERLAIN. fl. A. Ttnthhim i Attn. npvM-nt-i.nW. Main Street. Ride-. nay, Elk Co., Fa. L fc VjjAULtil', torn eye-at-Lw. Brloa Building, Mats St v8n2tf. Pa. E St. HAMBLEN. at-Law, Ridgway, Elk Office across the hall from bat establishment. Claims ectlon promptly attended to jne. 10 wo. J, 0 h. BAILEY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Ylnayl. Ridgway, Elk County. P.. Agent for the Traveler' Lift and Acot dent Insurance Co., of Hartford. Conn. JAMES D. FULLER TON, Surgeon Dentist, bating permanently lo cated In Rigway, offers his professional r tiee to the citiien of Ridgway and sur rounding country. All work warranted, nm In Service & theater's Building, up. italri, first door to tlie left. "8-n-82-ly O. O. MESSENGER, Druggi3t and Parmaoeutlst, N. W. cornel tl: ....I Mill fi-oata. RidffWaV. Pa. ofc ,,, c ..nfulh selected For- liuatd Domeetio Drugs. Prescriptions carefully, dispensed at an noun, uy r T. p. HARTLEY. M. IK, .'Physician ana Surgeon. Office in Drug Store, corner Br...

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. — 9 November 1876

FAKM.UARDES AXJ) HOUSEHOLD. Medical Nolra. An Excellent Jelly fob thb Sick Room. Take Hon, sago, pearl tarley, bnrtahorn shaviogn, each one ounce; simmer to three pints of water to one, and strain it. When cold, it will be a jelly, of which give dissolved in wine, milk or broth, in. change with other nourishment. Protection for Weak Eyes. Dr. Mngnus is strongly opposed to the rise of blue glasses, so much used in Ger many to protect the eyes, and prefers the gray and smoky glass. He considers blue glass especially irritating to the eye, and says that many bird, reptiles and amphibians possess yellow or red dish oil drops in the eye to neutralize this blue color and protect the eyes. The Probabilities of Sickness. The business of life insurance is largely based on purely mathematical calcula tion, involving the laws of probabili ties, the object of which is to determine by careful comparison of extended sta tistical returns, and like information, the probable duration of a person's 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. — 16 November 1876

7 TV iiiili Ifi'Ilf .Jr Two Dollars por Annum. HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NIL DESPEItANDTJM. 1 VOL. VI. Farewell. Farewell! tny darling 1 the words most be spohen Now we are parting for ever and aye. Tears may be flowing, and hearts may be broken Ah I let me tell yon my love while I may. Here in my arms, darling, cease your wild sob bing, Silently lie with yonr faoe on my heart. Listen, my own one, for yon it is throbbing Well nigh to banting, beoause we most part. All yonr fair gold hair about me Is streaming, And yonr soft white arms around me are press'd, Down in your gray eyes the love light is gleam ing Bright as the Jewels that flash cn yonr breast. bat oan I do, sweet? Oar love dream is over, Dark is the path I must traverse alone ; Not one bright spot shall I ever discover When I have left you, my darling, my own I Life is but made op of all each sweet seeming. Bat it has sorrows that no time can quell ; Ours has just come to us we have been dream ing Too b...

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. — 16 November 1876

van Jljsr; a. r9jM, Jr., Editor. ;c?.c2aY, ::ov. istii.. is:e. IVrolerim Statlst-Jcti for Ortober. We tV.o 'n fol'owirir; from the Petroleum report cf thr- OH City Der rick for the monfh of CvtoUr. A greater number of well bus tarn com pleted than for any previous month. Total number of wells completed for month, 272, distribute! as follow: Butler and Armatronr;, H weiU, num ber of dry holes li, lncreo oftlaly yield POO barrels; Cinrion, W w-'llf", tliy holes 9, iurwo of dally yield, 1050; Venango; Warren and Forest. SO wt-lls dry holes. 14, Increase of dally yield, 200 barrels; M'Kcan and Cattaraugus, C5, dry holes 3, increase of dally yield, f50 barrels. Total of wells completed, f72, dry holes, 40, total increase of daily yield, 2700 barrels. It will be torn from the above that the number of dry holes obtained in Clarion county is only 9 out of 90 wells drilled, and most of these were obtained in at tempting to fiud an outlet. In liutlcr the dry holes form a circle round the oute...

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. — 16 November 1876

7 II JtATllIi UX& VHAMBEBLAIK. .o in fl 'A. tlathbulU Attor. -HT-Kliuil uvivv, -o I, Elk Co., Pa. ALL t n'r il-LrA' Attornijysat-Liw. Wrick Building, Main ' ,fti v8n2tt. T.T'COBE&IfAMBLEX. Attorneys-ni-. - S Claim. 0hre coition Pvomi'f attended to .. 0 lv. BAILEY, ATTORNBr-ATLAW. . .1 Rlrtewaj't Kik County, Pa. Acot den Tames ik fullehtoN, Surgeon Dentist, haling pertnanentlylo. stnirt. first door to the left. i8-n-iy ruEgUt and Parmnceutist N. . W. coti Mafnnd M,Hrr.r.r. .d5w5f.J-- assort n-": :-- UroR: Prescription. hiiu - r ,.. , i, or ..1 iliaiian.NI III ' vln8 t. T. S. .V.i.' I'LkY 3t. 0., Vhysioian una Surgeon. . i . . utnpa nnrncr nrw lirnad St. Main 8W. Kl-'id'tice cnri..i .!. fVll..fr. Office hour irom B to 10 A. M. and Irom 7 to 8 1'. M. vlo'Jyl. J a. BOKO well, m. v., fclretio Physician aud Surgeon, basremov ,rbi oce from Centre street. to Man .1. r -j juv Pa in tbt second story of the ie'X-ck luiiding of John O. Hall, oppo silt Hyde's store. .. . 0ec hours 1 to 2...

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. — 16 November 1876

FARM, GAUD EX ASD HOUSEHOLD lloueehoid Hint, To make a dyo for ooloring pine wood proen, of a shade Ilka that of tries an 1 plants, take throe pints of strong vine gar, add four onnoes of best verdigris, ground fino, one-half onnoe of sap green, and one-half ounce of indigo. Boil the wood in this for several hours. For tunneling valuable glass objects whiiih would be din figured by common commit, oLrome cement may be used. This is a mixture of five parts gnlatine to one of a solution of acid chromate of limo. The broken edges are covered with this, pressed t 'gather, and exposed to snulight, tho iffcfc of the latter being to render the compound insoluble even in boiling water. To Make Good Waterproof Boot Greasb. Tske one-half pound of shoe maker's dubbing, one-half pint of lin soed oil, one-half pint of strong solu tion of iudia rubber. Dissolve the whole with a gentle heat (it is very in flunrnable), and apply with an ordinary blacking brush. Ono application will insure dry feet f...

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. — 23 November 1876

v) XV X V t ... ..... AY? j h r.-u?o rs.';' Two Dollars per Annum. ENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. VOL. VI. MDGWAY',- ETJC COUNTY rV TIIlTIlSD AY, NOVEMBER 23, 1876. NO. 40. 1 - i. - m v Vi St all Know. V When the mist have rolled in splendor From the beauty of the hills, And the sunshine, warm and tender, . Falls In splendor On the rills, We may read lore's shining letter In the rainbow of the spray j We shall know each other better, When the mista hare cleared away. We shall know as we are known, Never more to walk alone, Iu the dawning of the morninff, When the mists have cleared away. If we fir iu human I'lindneas, ; And forget tl at wo are 'net, , r we mips tl.e law ol kindness, -1 All the o in U.at clonds our day, lieu the weary watch is over, We shall know as we are known, Never more to walk alone, the (".Awning of the morning When th mists have cleared away. When the silvery mists have veiled ns From the faces of cur ovn, Oft we deem their love has failed us, And...

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. — 23 November 1876

tail Henry A. Parsons, Jr., Editor. THURSDAY, NOV. 23HD.. 1876. From tlioltttnliunth liHimtcL, Iii(tlscmt Talk. Just now tin- kulor of U'tli parties aro 'Churgliift each oilier with deliber ate fraud, and an attempt t corrupt the lmlltt-lxx. An Individual who lietens to tin-in, who U Ignorant of the wiles ami ai'hmnw politician wnnc time rtnort to tocarry tlu-lr point and secure a victory, wouM come to the conclusion that they are all the very pinks of moral infection and honesty. Kvcry one of them denwnu-e fraud In as Btrong terms as the English language supplies, and declares he wants nothing more than the votes emit In Louisiana and Florida shall be counted fairly, by which he generally means that they shall be so counted as that his candidate shall not be left out iu the cold. The height of honesty, In the estimation of these gentlemen who have gone down Booth to exer cise their powers of numeration, Is, that their candidate shall be declared elected, If not by an overwhelming, ...

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. — 23 November 1876

It A THB UNA CHAMBERLAIN. (Successor to Q. A. Rathbun,) Attor-neys-Rt-Law, Main Street, Ridg way, hAK Co., V. y ALL t WCAULEr, Attorneys-at-Lw. New Dries. Bulldlag, Mela fl I Elk Co., Pa. v8n2tf. (UCORE A HAMBLEN, Xrncyg-at-Law, wagway, Sty Pa. Office across the ball from m vtw Tii-MfWHAT cstaDllsnment. whim 'for collection promptly attended to BAILEY, . : ' iOrtNr.lf.AT.t.AW. i vi ..Ian, KHi Ooonty, Pa. wet.' .r ti le1er's Life and Aeol den i : tnr-.irKi.r- ( o M Hartford. Conn. I. . K eULLFRToN, gnrf-.etti Kent f(, bvinjr permanently lo caleJ in Kigwayi offers his professional ser ices to the oitiieus of Ridgway and sor rounding country. All work warranted. Office in Service & Wheeler1! Building, tip atairs, (Irst door to the left, 78-n-82-ly G. O. MESSENGER, . i.i t,-, ..,.tl.f N. W. eorasf of Main and MiU street, Bldgway, Pa. i assortment 01 erij - . n Duualtlt.MII an uemesuo vivk. lc..r.. tally dispensed at all hours, day or S. HARTLEY. M. D., 7cs in lrug Store, corner Bros...

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. — 23 November 1876

FARM, GARDES AND HOUSEHOLD. 'Doaeaile Ileitis. T)nttun aft. mi a xuunu .'mi,-i nrea-ronuii of' a pounu 01 natter, ono ponnri of fuar one ponna or flour, eight cegt, vell Denien, ana a very little nutmog. WARHTNOTON r FnClT AKB One pound of brown sugar, half a pound of butter, one and one-bnlf pounds of uuu'i r11" oi sweet milk, four eggs, well beaten, one and one-half tea Epoonfuls of baking powder. Fruit to Ban yonrsoir. To Prepare Potatoes a la Lton- haisk. iaao cola boiled potatoes in sufficient quantity, cut in slioes and sea soned with salt and pepper; put In a large fryingpan four ounces of butter with two sliced onions; fry two minutes, add the potatoes; fry again until they mo ui u ujuu urora coior, nrain most of tllfl lint tff nfT Gni-1il.t t. 41. .. 1 , V t " r'"""' IUO IIUU B liandful of chopped parsley, mingle well Apple Snow. Sl,w t - tt w iuiiun vi apples with four ounoes of loaf sugar uumi icuuar. neat tne yolks of six eSlCtn with two nnnram nt lnof a.,--. V " .w... "...

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. — 30 November 1876

iiiiii HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NIL DESPEHANDDMi Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. VI. Iler Treasures. I keep tbem In the old, old bos That Willie gave me yean ago, The time we parted on the rocks . His ship lay swinging to and fro, it watting in the lower bay. I thought my heart would break that day I The picture with the pensive ya la Willie's? No, dear, that's young Blake, n no ook tne west Point highest prize i He went half orasy for my sake. Hero are a lot of rhymes he wrote. And here's a bntton off his coat. Is this the ring ? My dearest May, l never took a ring fiom him I Shis was a gift from Ho word Clr, Host see the pearls are getting dim. bey say t'iat pearls are tears what stuff Isetting looks a little rough. vas as handsome as a prince y Jealous 1 But be went to Borne . fall. He's nevtr written since. . tised to visit st h's borne . lovely place beyond Fort Lee i His mother thought the world of me I Oh, no I I sent bis letters back, These oarae to me from W...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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