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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 30 November 1876

7,i Heurj A. Parens, Jr., Editor. THURSDAY, NOV. BOTH.. 1876. Prora the Pittsburgh Dispatch. The Consrclonul fuunf. If tho people of the United Slates do not understand by this tinu- all the complex machinery of Electoral Col- legea, and t7l mode In whkih the votes of the erectOft of thoN dllforent Rtatea shall b Wanted In Coiiirrexii on the second "Wednesday nf February next, It is not because there ha not been a large amount of writing upon the subject. We cannot open a lead ing exchange from any purl of the country without finding hi it from one to live or six columns on Electoral Colleges and the counting of the vote in the presence of the two Homes of Congress. . The Hon. Clarkson N. Totter, of New York, has seen fit to make a large contribution to the electoral llterature'of the times, and to tell the people and Congress exactly .what must be done when the matter of opening and counting the votes for President and Vice President comes before the Senate and House of Repre senta...

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. — 30 November 1876

RA THB UNA CHAMBER 1 u. (Successors to 0. A. Rathbun-neys-at-Law, Main fstrcet, , liur-, way, Elk Co., Pa. , r uall fc .rcAfr,-. Atlorneys-at-Liw. Office in New I. rick Building, Ma'ik' Ridgway , 1.1k I o V. : -; 8n2li - -S- ,. L WORE Si HA MBLEX. Attorneys-at-Law, Ridgway. Elk County Pa. Office across the hall from the Democrat establishment. Claims for collection promptly attended to ... ;.f :V4?rsJne. 15 '76. "j7o7'y BAILEY, ' ATTOHNBf-AT.LAW. .V. looT.- Ridgway, lk County, Pa. Agent for the Traveler's Life and Acoi dent lneuranoe Co.. of Hartford. Conn. JAMES V. fVLLERTON, Surgeon Dentist, having permanently lo cated in Higway, offers his professional ser vices to the citisens ef Ridgway and sur rounding country. All work warranted. Offioe in Service & Wheeler'i Building, up stairs, first door to the left. 73-n-32-ly G. G. MESSEA GEll, ' Druggist and rarniaoeutist, N. W. cornci of Main end Mill streets, Ridgway, Ta. full assortment of carefully selected For eign and Domestio...

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. — 30 November 1876

FIRM, HARDEN AXD HOUSEHOLD, Stack Gron lnaThe Fntnrr f Fnrwil.a. There are very few farme's vho are not roitdy to acknowledge that the min ing of wheat is of doubtful propriety, that it almost never bfings a profit, bnt, on the other hand, loss ia generally eu tailfd by growing Una very uncertain and land destroying crop. The EugliMh, Irish aud Scotch farmers aim to sell as little off the farm an pos nible in form of grain or fornge, having long since learned that this could not be done, maintaining the fertility of the land at the Bamo timo. Feeding grain, roots and hay upon your own lnnd in the isoorot of RurceH, because if yon hanl your hay and grain to market for ton years your laud, like an old coat, bo coined reduced iu value in proportion as it is worn. Even when no profit ia made at farming, if yon auppoit your family, pay yonr taxes aud maintain the fertility of your laud, thoro are nt leant no backward hteps being takeu. The man who prows wheat not ouly fails to profit him...

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. — 7 December 1876

NIL, DESPERANDUM. Two Dollars por Annum. NO. 42. KIDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA,, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1876. YOL. VI. HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. The Farmer's Lesson. If I had told ber in the spring The old, old story, briefly, When sparrow and robin begun to sing, And the plowing was over, chiefly 1 But haste makes waste, and the story sweet, I reasoned, will keep through the forcing, . Till I drop the oorn, and plant the wheat, And give th6m a obance for growing. Had I even told the tale in June, When the wind through the grass was blow ing, Instead of thinking it rather too soon, And waiting till after tho mowing I Or had I binted, ont under the stars, That I knew a story worth bearing, Lingering to put up the pasture bars, Nor waited to do the shearing ! Now tho barn Ib fall, and so is the bin, But I've grown wise without glory, Since love is the orop not gathered in Fcr my neighbor told her the ttory 1 Harper i Bazar. The Peterkins' Christmas Tree. Pretty early in th...

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. — 7 December 1876

I ton lonry A. Parsons, Jr., . Editor, r iUaSDAY.DZC. TTII.. 1876. State of the Coal Trade. The qunntlty of coal eeut from the Fchuylkill region for the week ending November 18 wag by mil, 113,607 tons; by canal, 81,674 tons total, 16f, 241 tons, against 160,254 tons for the same week of last year-docrease, 4,987 tons. The quantity sent for the year was 4,048,24" tons, against 4,173,. 882 tons for the corresponding eiiod of last year decrease, 127,137 tons. The quantity sent from all the regions for the week was anthracite, 008,000 tons: bituminous, 89,910 tons total, 608,006 tons; against 62,783 tons an thracite and 87,751 bitumous total C"0,534 tons for the same week of last year. Increase of anthracite, 45, 307 tons; Increase of bituminous, 2,165 tons: total Increase, 2,105 tons total in crease, 2,165 tons. The quantity sent from ail the regions for the year was anthracite, 16,830,680 tons; bitumin ous, 3,254,307 tons total, 20.083-9S7 tons, against 18,530,774 tons anthracite and...

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. — 7 December 1876

(ftoccttwora to Q. A. littblauj,;,Aitcr-neys-nt-Lnw, Main suett, liiiig way, Elk Co., Pa. ' ', . ""Armr -V-totyeye-al-ift Offioe lit New Briek building, Main Si Ridwny, Hk Co.. e. 8o2U. UCUfifi & HAMBLEN. Attohuvt-Ht'LAw. Ridgway. Elk County P- Office across the hall from the D.:m.n at et-uiblishntent. Claims for co .(.tl'. ptouipi y attended to Jne. lf '78. A"i"OISbl"-vr.LAv. Tln.vl . ..lgJ. '.11 toutity. (a 4 ten' lor he Traveler's Life and Aoc dent !niri.o. To., -r Hartford. Couii. .jA:. V LI. I'M Ty. Bo:,- : . ! r i ivn pi-nnntiently lo cati-,' l.-'(ty- offers Ids pi-Mleaionil tices :o tii'' ci"ieiis f Uidway ana sur rotiJ'"'. vonntTy. All work warranted Otf.c n't Wheeler'a Building, up stairs i -i -loor to the left. 73-n-82 ly Urumfti- .iihi I'mnmceiitist, N. W corni of Mc i" "iei, I idgway, Pa. . I... 1 . .1 Pn. full t ' eig.i ' n :!: Dings. Prescription -'icd hi All hours, day o vln8 li. t .. t . .z.hu atu ui-gtfon OfnoeniiAug Store, corner Brond and Main ai. Residence co...

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. — 7 December 1876

FARM. GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. Domralle lllnta. To Boast a Loin op Beef. reel two dozen Inrgo potatoes, partially boil ami ronst thorn in the pan around or under the beef, if it is on the npit; serve Repnratoly on a snuce dish with a bowl of gravy. To Makk Chicken IlAsn. rick the juoat from two cold boiled or roasted chickens; chop it fine; pnt in a small saucepan two onnces of butter, with two tiiblespoonfuls of flour; cook a little; di lute with a pint of chicken broth; boil five minutes, add the yolks of four eggs, mixed with a little cream, the juioo of a lemon, two pnta of butter, ealt, pepper, grated nutmeg and a table tpooDfm of chopped parsley; then add the chicken, and warm well without boiling; servo with eight soft poached eggs, pet iu a row over tho hnsh, and a garnishing of heart shaped cuts of white bread, fried in clarified butter. To Tubi-awe SnEnr's Head. Take a large sheep's head, cleanse, trim and wipe it well; place it in a well buttered, oval, flat, well tinned cop...

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. — 14 December 1876

':- X j Mm 11 ' 1 I at II A a, tr fc I I r HENRY A. PARSONS, VOL. VI. THE STEWARDESS' STORY. - A CHRISTMAS STORY. It was Christmas eve. I was spend ing it not in the swoet circle round the. homo fireside, but in the saloon of a Southward bound steamer, where there was nothing to remind one of the bless ed season of peace and good will savo a Bolitary cross of evergreen which one passenger had fastened over her stato l'oom door. It was a wild night. We were just off Oipe Hatteras, and the vessel was rolling like a plaything in .the hands of the Btormy sea. A violent snowstorm was raging, and on deck the sceno was dreary and arctic Snow and ice covered everything, and the muffled forms of the sailors passing to and fro under the glare of the lanterns appeared like, the weird ghosts of dead arctic voy- agers. -1 was glad to seek the warm saloon and gather myself into a corner of a lounge. To watch the movements of ' tlrj passengers was amusement ouongb, and served to prevent me from th...

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. — 14 December 1876

ft Henry A. -Parsons, Jr., Editor. THURSDAY, DEC. 14TH., 1870. A Horrible Holocaust. THE BCn.XINO OF A TltKATF.lt CAUSES OKKAT I.OS9 OF LIKE. THEE HUND RED pi:kson.s perish in the MRU. HICKKJJIXO Nl'KNES OF THE DISASTER-. PR A RIIl'L STRt'OaLES WITH THE FLAMES? WHOLE FAM ILIES PERISH. Brooklyn, December 6. The loss of life by the burning of the Brooklyn Thcnter hits proved to be terrible. Thirty-three dead bodies have been taken from the ruins and placed in the morgue, and llfteon inoro are Hiip pesed to bo in the theater. Most of those who perished were in the dress circle, where escape was cut off by the burning of the 9tairs. They were all suffocated, A STILL LATER ACCOUNT 150 1.1 VIC8 LOST. Brooklyn, December ft. It is now estimated that one hundred and fifty lives were lost by the fire at the Brook lyn Theater last night. Sixty-five bodies have been removed from the ruins. All that remains of the Brook lyn Theater is a smouldering heap of ruins. Firemen and police are ac tively...

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. — 14 December 1876

RA TUB UNA CHAMBERLAIN. I Successors to 0. A. Rathbun,) Attor neys-at-Law, Main Street, Ridg way, Elk Co., Pa. h'ALL & li'VAVLEY, Attorneys-at-Ltw. Office in New Brick Building, Main Si RicUway, Elk Co., Pa. v8n2tf. L WORE & HAMBLEN. Altorneys-al-Law, Ridgway. Elk County Pa. Office acroBS the hall from the Demochat establishment. Claims for collection promptly attended to .. Jne. 16 '76. O n BAILEY, lOKNMr-AT.LAW. .t..lgwy. Klk County. Pa. .( ;'mrelr' Lite and Aon c. n.. ff iiartl'nrd. Dona. 'v. Stirst'cn i.::: -.c'., r.cf-nn pevtf.-nently lo rated in R'gTcy. r!T-.' his p. tfessiciui ser vices to h cI'-mui cf 1U -;!'? !M 8-ir ffn?i'!i:;'g .-cu:ir. A'.l v-wk warrant-'. ?i5ce in j"--ie f ' 'fwU-.r'n KuUdtae;. 'P-tiiii-s. Eiv ccriotieltfl, 73-r.-8.-My ,... 'v-ra-c-fi N- W. corni . lens, i idgway, l'a. .ii cmefully selected . For- mi. Dings. Prescriptions .il i U hours, diiy or vlnSy T. X. HARTLEY. At. '., Physician ana Surgeon. Office in Drug Store, corner Broad and Main 8u. Re...

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. — 14 December 1876

THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. OonHnuti from Tlrtt Paf. economy In th foreign senrlee In olhar branches of the gnvrrnmrnt, I oiunot ear-ape the oncmalun Jhnt In .ome lnataute .lie withholding of appropria tion will prove " ' a- EXPFNatrc kco-omt, nil J tliat the fmnll relnnrrimeiit nernrrti tiY a rnanirs of grade in oortnin dlploraallr pout! In iiot nuaiiqnnte conaldrrallnn for the hai of Inunenre mid Importance which will attend our foretell roi.re jpnUtlTM un.lr-r lulu reduction. 1 am of the opinion that a fe-examlnation of the aubjert will onn.a a change In aotne Inatanooa in the concliialnna reached ou these subjcete at the lust ecsalon of Oongreaa. Tna court or CJKUieaioMiRa of Alabama claim", whose functions were con tinued by an act of the laat morion of Congreaa un. til the first day of January, 187T, has carried on Its labors with tllllirenoo and Ri nornlaatlKfartlon. Hr a report from the elnrk of the court, tr.immltliMl here, with, bearing data November 14, HTfl, It appear that ...

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. — 21 December 1876

7 " HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NIL DESPEKANDUM. Two Dollars per Annum. VOL VL : ' RIDGWAY, ELICCQUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 187G. NO. 44. THE, STEWARDESS' STORY. A CHJUSTMAb STORY. It was Christmas eve. I was spend g it not in the sweet circle round the ome Ureeide, but in the saloon of a Southward bound steamer, where there was noming to remind one ol the bless ed season of peace and good will save a solitary cross of evergreen which one assenger had fastened over her state- oom. door. It was a wild night. We were lust off Cane Hattoras. and lh vessel was rolling like a plaything in the hands of the btorruy tea. A violent snowstorm was rngiiig, and on deck the scene was dreary and arctic. Snow and ice covered everything, and the muffled forms of the Bailors passing to and fro tinder the glare of the lanterns appeared like the weird ghosts of dead arctio voy agers. I was glad to seek the warm saloon and gather myself into a corner oi a lounge. To watch the m...

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. — 21 December 1876

to irT.ry A. Parsons, .lr., - Editor. TIll'llSDAY, mm. Ul ST., J870. "Mr. Tfceodore Schwartz, Consul of Ottninny nl. I.oulnville for tho imt Ibirty yearn, .htm rreeiveil ofilcinl notice from tho (lerniun Consul Uon rrnl (it If cv York Hint lie will lie re lieved April 1st, 1S77. Tho cftusii! of thcMemoval U not a jktsoihiI oik-, but produced by a liiw recently euncted re quiring all coiitui!) of the empire to bo lawyers. This lmv takes efl'ect, Jiuiunry l.-it,tit which time tlie phiec of merchants mill hanker, who are now in wo:t part Oorimin eonv.ilS in t'.io United States, will be filled by men triiiued in 'iliploniury mid the aws of naiioiM. That einpresionnl committee, sent to South Carolina la surprised to find 1:iattlu! electoral vole of that state is not even in doubt, and Mr. Abbott, it T-emoenitic member from MnaHachiw ettrt' ii coiiHtrained to ask: ''What arc the people complaining about?" Xo prolct of Attorney-General Cocke :;guint the Florida cnnvasii ha ever been presen...

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. — 21 December 1876

r A"-- It, JS-Y Btopr ruu uu 41 T' it friglf v fag t Ul IJ. It,. - Hill,- I wit I 5? t .vi inn ( At CHAMBERLAIN. (fMieoessors to O. A. Rathbun,) Attor neys-nt-Law . Main (Street, Ridg- way, Elk Co., Pa, d H' At LEY, Attorneys-at- bw. Office tu New RHck Running, win o. R'deway, I lk Co.. a. 3n'Jlt. Z, VCOliE & If A MB LEX. Attorneys-nt-Law, Ridgway, 131k County Pa. OlTlcc across the hall from the Democrat establishment. Clidm for collection promptly tit tended ' .Inc. 16 '70. .. u . bailvy, r.'ORNfiV-MM'AW. ItiilirWRr, Ilk i ouhly 1 1- the MllftlKV' rmeler ona u.. .,f I'uftiird. Conn. .(.lu it. i-CLLKRTuX, ,hv...ju l'tfiKift, Imvinsr permanently lo tut -1 ' u i: !).' of1'" Ids professions! scr ticos u i'"-' citizens of Ridgwny una tmr rounli:.; eonmry. All work warranted, n-f.-c in S-i-viee A Wtitelcr'a Uuilditm, up Ma.ua. ti-sr 'iui.v to t he left, 7.1-n-:-ly (V v vessel ;Eit, pmagi-t and ravPiRCcnliBt, N. V.'. cornel f Main and Mill streetP, Ritlgrrny, Pa. i- aK.xi' inienl of 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. — 21 December 1876

A CRIPPLE FACTORY. The Lntrit Ilnrrar In the Herman fauna Victor !' "Mnn wha Lit nana" In Kaal Mfe. Bome months ngo ProfeRsor Ember, of the medical college nt Frame, up plied to the Austrian ohiof of police at Vienna for BHsistaueo in ferreting ant nd bringing to justice tho moit mon strous society of criminals that over ex ited. Therpqnired support was ex ten bat bim, i.nd the patient work of an exp irienced doteotive, added to that of tha profe8Bor himself, eve.ntrjnll j achiev ed the desired end. The police made a descent upon the headquarters of the criminals, and their trial is pending in the imperial courts. The ntory whioh the acts elicited by thfs trial tells us is worthy of a place in Dante's "Inferno." The wildest dream of a disteinp red nightmare neverpaiut ed a picture so fraught with horror. On the first day of the trial a howling inob endeavored to tear the malefactors Eieoemeil, and it was only found poss? lo to continue the investigation by gar risoning the courtroom...

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. — 28 December 1876

V ELK COUNTY ADVOCATE-SUPPLEMENT. VOL. VI. UinOWAY, KLK CO., PA. DIX'KMBKU 28, 1870. NO. 4.-. 4. SHERIFF'S SALES. BY virtue of sundry writs cif fieri facias, alias fieri facias, venditioni exponas, levari facias, alias levari facias; and testatum fieri facias, issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Klk County, and to mo directed, I, Uauiel Scull, High .Sheriff of said county, do hereby give notice tliut 1 will expose to public sale or outcry, at the Court House, in Kidgwuy, at one o'clock. 1. M , on MONDAY. JANUAKY. 2i. 1877. ALL' that certain piece or parcel of lana m united in tne township oi 1-ox eounty of Elk and State of I'eniinylvu nia. Hounded and described as fol lows to-wit: Being Lot No. (51) fifty-one ii the Village of Centreville agreeable in tiie plot or draft of said Village as filed in the office for the .Recording of Deeds in and for said County said lots, con taining (57J ) fifty-seven and three fourths square rods more or less and being a part of same land conv...

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 January 1877

I ' lr fit toi IENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor .and Publisher. NIX. DESPETCAKDtJM. Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. VI. KIDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY; JANUARY 4, 1877. '.1 i The letters at School. One dy the letters wont to school, And tried to lenrn each oilier They got bo mixed 'twas rpnlly hard To pick out oii6 from t'other. A went hi first, and Z went last : The rest all went between them K, L and M, and N, O, V I wish you could have Been them 1 IB, C, D, 5 and J, K, I,, . nnm -psora wen tncir iwrcer : . 7 Q ;-, T I L'rieve to nn-jr "-UJ very naughty letters. Of course, ere lonp, they enme to words What elue could be expected ? Till E made D, J, C and T DeeidrJly dejected. Now, through it oil the Consonants Were rudest and uncouthcHt, While all the pn tty Vowel girl Were certainly the smoothest. And simple V kept far from Q. With face demure and moral, " Because," she said, " we are, we two. Bo apt to stnrt ajpiarty-1 !" Hut spiteful r said. "I'ooh for U !" (Which mnilo her feel q...

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 January 1877

Site jiliiflfKfe, snry a. rarsons, Jr., . - Editor. Utah's official vote, jut promulga ted, shows 21,. 131 vo'oo for Cunnon, Mormon, ajeainist 3,Pi2 for Boskln, ftnil-poJygamlRt. The totnl voro of the Territory i 23,376 ngnlnsi '.'0,381 In 1874. SEW ADVERTISOIKMa. "VJ OTICI1 The lute CoiiiniisisionerA ), ,of the Bi Ll'v'-- State KHd will petition the l.CKiHluture, at its next fcession to pans n Inwniitln.miritrthc-rn to collect the Taxes levied, pav indebt edneuij, and settle owountH. " W. S. OVIATT. Dec. Srihj 1870. It. Cantlon Votive. AH parsons arn hercbv cautioned tint to purchase, or In nnv wav meddle wit h the fol lowing described properly lu possession of Justus Woed. Two hones, double harness, slnglo harnes, two wignns, one rmlr sleighs, one single sleigh, one bucuy, three Pics, one cow, three tons hay, one plow, one hnrrow, cue outline box, four acres of whc.it In ground, h lot of st raw and household goods. 1 purchased the e&me nt Hheriil's sale, nnd have left tlieni w...

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 January 1877

V 1 1 ' f t r 4, ' i 44 RATHB CHAMBERLAIN. Successors to G. A. Eathbun,) Attor- neys-m-jLaw, wain street, iiidg way, Elk Co., Pa. i n At t. A. it' rA IJL K Y. Attomeys-at-Liw. ffficein New Brick Building, Main Bt yway, Elk Co.. fa. vani. t UCORE & HAMBLEN. 1 . - Jemeys-at-LAw, Kiugway. jcik s To O rn rift tinwiaa the hnll from ' " I HiiocnAT establishment. Claims . i fcol ection promptly attended to ' v f" . . ne. Vj '76. rilA L&& HOLES, . WVcli maker, Engraver and Jeweler Main st- et. Ridgwuy. Fa. Agent lor tho Howe ou ing Machine, and Morton Gold iV-n. Her-mring vvatclies, elo, dotwith I e tame accuracy in heretofore. Satiu factisn guaranteed. tlnly J. 0 M, BAILEY, ATTOrwNV,V-AT-LAW. vlozoyl. F.idg;y, Elk County, Pa. Aecnl forth Traveler's Life and Aooi Jcnt Insurance Co.. r,X Hartford. Conn. " 'jAMEb-V. i' I'LL Ei? TON, ' I geon Dentist, l.avinir perD'auor.t'y lo i... a iu Rigway, offers his profesaiou) ei i s to tho citizens of Ridgway anu sur. r nding country. All w...

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 January 1877

n Indian Dust Storm. iiif? nf 41' K.rn,ulpuv ns to be well dcgorv ffli'i Khvton, among llTlfi '""I'Wn of mulnlntl of irJn 1 ,V dm? l,y -""n ulfi "lny cl".V, cloeplv fmrovrd bv MuterpourHOB, nnd ovrrtnid by a lnver of fi .Vi a'K smooHi, rounded stones, cn.ll f.f .'.""es " by the people, because 1 r bluck mul scorched nppenrnuce, 1 i? ?ttS.l. probKlily, of natural Band mast attrition Seen in autumn or in n' Ju of draught, it appears a blonk, howling wilderness, fit home for the' whistling, heat laden dust Btornis that oiten sweep acroRS its surface in the hot months; but in late spring, after a few timely showers, it presents an intennin- We sea of wheat, the vivid green of which gives place iere and there to Htreaks and patches of dark shaded gram. The approach of a dust storm over this ' place in the dry season, and witnessed froin one of its boundary hills, is-a grand fiud impressive sight. At first but a speck on the distant horizon, it rapidly elongates until it Btrekhcs from eaH...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
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