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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 14 February 1878

REMARKABLE CRIMES. Oe.nrrntn Aaannlt upon a London Jewel Mrrclmnt-Two Old Stories ReTlred. A during attempt at mntder was made in Condon not long since. It seems thnt in Woodbridge street, Olerk enwell.there resides a Mr. Hamburger, who is in business with Lin two sons as ft jewel merchant. One of the two sons was on the afternoon in question walk ing along Holborn Viaduct when he met a general denier with whom he lm l flomo slight acquaintance. After a little conversation his frit nd asked to be al lowed to see a certain parcel of pearls. "Where can I show them?" was the reply. "At my office, just here," was the answer ; and the speaker took young Mr. Hamburger acroRS the road and led him up several pairs of stairs into a back room in one of the large houses which have recently been built ou the H 'lborn Viaduct. The moment Mr. Hamburger had entered the room his companion slammed the door, flred a pistol at him, tmd drawing a large, bowie-knife made a murderous attempt to stab 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. — 21 February 1878

& I A v Sfe' . ill iiiili Mifcik HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NIL DESPERANDUM. Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. Villa " BIDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, FA., THUBSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1878. " " NO. 1. I i " ; - I Out of the way In a corner Of our dear old attics room, Where bunches of herbs from the hillside Shake ever a faint perfume, An oaken chest is standing With hasp and padlock and key, Strong as the hands that made it On the other side of the sea. When tho winter days are dreary And we're out of heart with life, Of its crowding care a-weary And aiok of its restless strife, W lake a lesson in patience From the attic corner dim, Where the chest still holds its treasures, A warder, faithful and grim. KoboB of an antique fashion, -Linen and lace and silk, That time has tinted with saffron, Though once they were white as milk. Wonderful baby garments 'Broidered with loving care Tij stagers that felt the pleasure, As they wrought the ruffles fair. A sword with the red rust on it, T...

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 February 1878

AUDITORS' SETTLEMENT. "pECEIPT.3 AND EXPENDI IV tures of KU county for the year ending January 7, 1878: RECEIPrs. froru ungate 1 Tu tx reed lands, " tax " 14210 7,721 32 1,489 20 6,788 90 135 00 603 19 101 19 800 00 4S7 OS 102 20 " collectors, seated, lands re deemed from county. " nut ree'd on judgtn't, In and costs county vs. Jos. Windfelder. ain't ree'd in full of note Co. vs. Win. Zelt, " from Benzinger tp., supp't of "C. Wist and Mary Krieg at Dixm't, ' fm Fox tp. sup port of Kate Wil liams & George " Jones tp. supp't of A. Parsons & JuliusStellingat Dixmont, " St. Marys boro. suppt of Martin Gregor, O.B.Grant, costs Com wealth vs. Hotfman, " sale of co. map to J.M.Scbram, 800 $16,928 90 EXPENDITURES. By am't p'd M.Weidert. serv ices as co. corn. 210 00 ' W.H. Osterhout. serv's as co. coin. 177 60 " " ' GeorgeReuscher, serv's as co. coin. 233 00 ' " ' W. S. Horton. ommlss's clerk, 500 00 " " HulldMeCaulev. com. counsel, 300 00 ' " Dan. Scull, sh'fF, 620 10 " " " constab...

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 February 1878

Henry A. Parsons, Jr., Editor THURSDAY, FED- 21, 1878. The sleighing Is getting thin. Election day passed off quietly. The snow Is fast disappearing. Call at this office for note paper i , - huu envelopes. Go to J. H. Hagerty's for choice groceries. Our Wilcox correspondent sends an Interesting letter this week. Sheriff Oyster has sold his horse "Morgan" and purchased a neat black pony. The Pennsylvania railroad com pany employes 4.000 men In Blair county, to whom flCO.000 are paid monthly. Isaac Avery will build a house In the spring on the lot at the corner of South and Elk streets, west of the "Printer's" property. That interesting story "Auditors' Settlement" will be discontinued after next week, when we will be prepared to give more reading matter. The bill before the Legislature to fix the pay of jurors proposes to re duce the pay from three dollars to two dollars per day and mileage. The communication from Dry Saw Mill. Is too much of the nature of mis cellaneous matter to ap...

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 February 1878

- GREATER 1 HAS THE TELEIMlOIiE. ' Inrcnilon of nit Atlnntn Man-Pound t J'ciihniilriiilj TrniiHinltied and Phono Kraimtr.ally KrfflHtererf. . The Atlanta (Oa.) Constitution Las the following account of an invention wtiich it attributes to a resident of that city: "We are not permitted at this time Bpecneauy an tne points be longing to the invention in question, but we can say that an examination of Of the Wnl-kino- mmlal l.in to doubt of its suc-coHsfiil application tor " purpose designed, xnu gentleman of whom we speak has carefully watohed the mentioned, and from them he conceived i ; . . , . , . . ... me comoinanon (or tnat in what lie claims his instrument to be) whereby Bonnd could bo telephonically trans mitted and phouograpically registered in visiblelsignscapatiloof certain prompt translation into written language. This seems, at first glance, an almost incon ceivable achievement, but a slight ref erauce to the method employed should dispel all doubts. 'The 'Telephono graph ...

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 February 1878

iiiifi HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NIL DESPERANDUM. Two Dollars por Annum. EIDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, ' FEBRUARY 28, 1878. NO. 2. VOL. VIII. I pi 4 The Way of the World. Whene'er we see a man Who's wise beyond the rule; We ask who le there can, We auk who Is there who'll Take his place another day, When his soul has passed away Out of all this world of clay When the weird fates his life-thread sever And he is lost to us forever? To ns it seems as though The world oonld scaroely stand The coarse of things scarce go Without his guiding band; Strong the wide world to d.rect, Reconciling every sect, Keeping evil courses cbeckod A hand that's strong enough, and clever, To keep the world's course straight forever. But when he gains the bound. When runs his earthly race, Another man is found Straightway to fill his place; Just as though it were to prove Others can the world make move In its old accustomed groove TheworW, that would survive him novor, Still rolls o...

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. — 28 February 1878

i RECEtPTS AND EXPENDI tures of Elk county lor the year ending January 7, 1878: RECEIPTS. To tax roo J frm umcatol lands, $ 142 10 "tax " ' collectors," seated, 7,721 82 " ' " " lands re- dot mod from county. ' 1,489 20 " mi t ree'd on judgnVt, In nud costs county vs. Jos. Windfeldcr, 5,788 90 " nm't ree'd In full of note Co. vs. Win. Zclt, lasw " from Benzingcr tp., supp't of C. Wist and Mary Kricg nt Dixm't, 503 19 " ' I'm Fox tp. sup port of Kate Wil liams & George 191 19 " " Jones tp. supp't of A. Parsons & JuliusStellingut Dixniont, 800 00 " " St. Marys boro. suppt of Martin Gregor, ""437 08 " " " O.B.Grant, costs Com wealth vs. Hodman, 102 20 " " " sale of co. map to J.M.Sehram, 3 00 $10,928 90 EXPENDITURES. Byam't p'd M.Weidcrt, serv ices as co. com. 210 00 ' " W.H. Osterhout, serv's as co. com. 177 CO i .i GeorgeReuseher, serv's us co. com. 203 00 i. vy, sj(. Horton, coinniiss's clerk, 500 00 " " " HalltvMeCaulcy, com. counsel, 300 (10 " " Dan. Scull, sh'ff, 020 10 c...

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. — 28 February 1878

r rSi . I - mm Henry A. Parsons, Jr., Editor THURSDAY. FEB. 23, 1978. Capt. Woodward lins a wood yard. Call nt this office for note paper and envelopes. This Is thelast week the Auditors' Settlement will appear. Potatoes nre retailing nt fifty and sixty cents n bushel. Presbyterinn Socinble next Wed nesday, March Cth, at the house of D. S.' Luther. Don't forget the festival nt Ithines' Hail to-night and to-morrow night. Mrs. W. II. Rehrnm, is very ill of a pnnrer. We understand she is to be taken to Cincinnati for the purpose of having the cancer removed. Just received by James M'Afee, Merchant Tailor, n new and complete line of samples for the Spring and Summer trade. Give him n call. The mild weather the end of last week has pi vn place to a cold snap. A good rafting stae allowed our lum bermen to get otft their lumber. Lnst Thursdny evening the house occupied by James MeOovern. oppo site Miner Wilcox's was found to be on fire in the basement. The alarm wasnt once piven nnd the fi...

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. — 28 February 1878

LIFE OF I'ERIL. Thrllllna Ailvrnlnrra efii Vrlprnn Dlver t'orpeee, Hhnrki, nnd Oihrr IXobmnrine llnrrom-A Knb With lenth. Tho assistant superintendent at the police headquarters in Toledo, Ohio, is "Old Jack'' Campbell now nearly aixfy-flvo years of age, and who has been, and still proposes to be, a sub marine diver. To a reporter he has related some of his thrilling adventures. He gave a grnphio description of the ap caiance of the first sunken steamboat into which he ever went. It was about two miles from shore that the vessel had gone down. He went into her for the purpose of recovering her cargo. The bodies were of no consequenoe, he stated. It is a singular fact," snid he in substauce, "that the corpses of women in a sunken vessel always lie face upward, while men are invariably face downward. The cnbin of the vessel presented a horrid appearance. The bloated bodies all laid up next the ceil ing. Some were clasped in each other's armn. One mother had in her arms her baby. A lni...

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 March 1878

iifiii HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. Ntk ftfcSfrEllAlsrfttJM. Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. VIII. . RIDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1878. NO I .1 I The White Czar. The White Cum 1b Peter the. Great, Baly ushka, Father dear, . and Gosuder, Sovereign, Are titles the Bnssian people are fond of giving to the Czar in their popular gongs. Dost thou Bee on the rampart's height That wreath of mist, in the light Of the midnight moon ? Ob, hist 1 It 1b not a wreath of mist t It la the Csar, the White Czar, Batyushkal Gosudar! J He has heard, among the dead, The artillery roll o'erhead ; The drums, and the tramp of feet Of his soldier; in the street t He is awake ! the White Czar, Hatvnshka ! Gosudart He has heard in the grave the cries Of his people t " Awake ! arise 1" He has rent the gold brocade Whereof his shroud was made ; He is risen ! the White Czar. BatyUBhka 1 Gosudar t Vi om the Volga and the Don, He hit !ed his armies on, Over river and morass, Over desert...

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 March 1878

Wat JUwrate Henry A. Parsons, Jr., - Editor THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1878." The nomination of Bayard Taylor us Minister to Germany has boen con firmed by the Senate. Pope Leo xit vm crowned In the Slxtlnal Chapel In Rome on the 3d inst. Peace has been declared between Russia and Tnrkcy. The money Indemnity of 40,000,000 originally claimed, In addition to the territorial cession, was finally fixed at 12,000, 000. Mr. Clinton, the senior counsel for W. H. Vanderbllt, positively denies the report that negotiations are in progress for a settlement of the con tested will case, Adding that a settle ment is impossible. The Secretary of the Treasury has a I read y prepared necessary arrange ments for the immediate execution of the law providing for the coinage of silver dollars, so that there will be no delay whatever in its operation The Secretary has prepared the form of the silver certlflaates and approved the device for the new silver dollar which was submitted to him by the Director of the M...

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 March 1878

RIDOWAY, PA., MARCH 7, 1878 Hotes. Doctor M'Knight, of Brookville, paid us a visit. Captain Brown, of Corry, was In town last week. t Yesterday was Ash Wednesday, and tho beginning of lent. ... St. Patrick's Day, is the time to sow your tomato seeds. Pigeons In countless numbers are flying over this place. , , Thomas Johnson Is building a house on his lots across the river. Maple sugar time has come, and maple sugar will be for sale at our stores In a few days. Ex-Sheriff Head and family have returned from a visit to friends In Jefferson county. James II. Ross and wife have moved Into Miss B. E. Wilcox's house on South streeet. The Treasurer's Sales of Unseated Lands will appear in the Advocate about the 21st Inst. Note paper and envelopes for sale at this office. A Bheet of paper and an envelope for a penny. ' Capt. Fred. Schoening and Madi son S. Kline are candidates for ad mission to the bar of Elk county. Yesterday the weather was very pleasant and spring like, but won't we catc...

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 March 1878

IX THE HEART OP JAPAN. The Blast titnttto In the Wnrld-A Bell hut has Not keea Haas la Twolvs Bai rd Yean. A letter dated Kioto, Japan, gays! We tre now In the heart of Japan. This oity was for many centuries the mikado's oipital, nnJ nntil ten year ago, wlieu the overthrow of the sliozun left the capital of that ruler de facto open, its greater advantages led thfl mikado and his oabinet to occupy it. This old capi tal, at one time with a population oaid to have been 2,000,000, is now rednoed to 150,000. I arose early, and was glad to llud a olenr morning. I walked out nt ft side door of the inn, aud found my self in one of the approaches to a Shinto temple. I was almost under one of the granite touii, or monuments. This one is about sixty feet high, aud four stone lanterns at the corners of the square are of great size, and older than any I have yet seen. Just m the sun was ris ing above the eastern bill, I watched the men and women as they came in front of the open temple door, an...

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 March 1878

WW - -. HENRY PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NIL. DESPERANDTJM. - Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. VIII. EIDGirAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THUKSDAY, MABCH 14, 1878. 4- i i .i i . i . .. - .. i ... - i .1. ,i ,. i - i ... i.. . I-- i i- .-. ii i.- , .i , i . , . i. i. - I., - i .-i . i A " ' " ' "" " " ' i v A I if V ( I I . i 1 X I ft i r .. r i Good Times." Two happy words like far-off chimes Sound cheerily to mom " Good Times." Half-hashed Id distance though they seem, Their peal calls back hope gone astray, And sings of help not far away A daily trust, a nightly dream. Ah when, ah how, shall be f ulSUed This deep doBire, of Ocd instilled ? Hock not the yearnings of our race, The forethought of sotre final good Which first flashed into hnman mood When sword flames blanched the first man s face ! For poet, warrior, saint and king Have served those chimes " Good Times " that ring, In strength of deed and song and prayer; And shall we say that, serpent-like, Man on himself mUHt turn and str...

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 March 1878

i : Henry A. Tarsons, Jr., Editor THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1878. Colonel J. T. Ciiit)1?pter, of Arkansas, has been awarded the contract for carrying the malls troni Fort Worth, Texas, l.y the way of El Pnno, to Fort Yuma, Arozoim. The distance Is 1,300 miles, the route being from the present terminus of the Texas raciflc Railroad to the Colorado river. The ecrvico is to be performed dally in coaches. This is the longest route in the United States. The con tractor is to receive $1 37,000 per an num. A dispatch dated Cheyenne, W.Y., March 10th, says: The Union Pacific railroad is still blockaded by snow. The western division is opened be yond Laramie, but nothing has passed that point eastward. The eastern division is open to Sidney. Nothing lias passed Antelope westward. No. 3 passenger, due here on Friday, still remains awaiting relief. Several hundred men with shovels, together with a number of plows, have been rngoged to-day between Sidney and Laramie In an endeavor to lift the blockad...

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 March 1878

HI DQW AY, PA., MARCH U, W8. I Kott9 . Several rafts were "stuck" on tbe late flood. Plant your tomato seed Patrick's Dov. ', on Bt. r Charles Mead, will .b&tyseVJajty three years old next August A new crossing between Hartley's drugstore and the Hyde House. Mrs. It. V. Klme has gone on a Visit to friends at Jamestown, N. Y. Don't bo In too much of a hurry to make garden. Summer has not come yet. Dr. Hartley has erected a neat grape arbor on his Broad Street prop erty. Maple sugar Is now for sale In our stores, and Is retailing at sixteen cents a pound. Wo publish the text of the long nd bill, by Mr. Wallace, In another column. Services in all the churches last Sunday. The fine weather Induced people to turn out. The firm of Barbour & Alien of the McKean Miner has bcebjfdved. blt. Alien retiring. wvv. ' ; Next Sunday Is St. Patrick's ' Day, and the fifth anniversary of ye editor's wedding day. The next thiug will be the first potato bug. He will bo around to see who are buyi...

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 March 1878

A. Chinese Ten Plantation. "We take tho following account of a visit to a ChinnRo tea plantation from an rticlo in M, Nicholas Magazine t Breakfast oyer, -we jnmped ashore again, and, desiring to conduct our sight-seeing fiyatomationlly, stnitid for the Anlils. irst wn walked to the foot of ft hill a little distance off, where some men in short cotton trousers and jnckets were layiug out a new plantntion. The ground was accurately marked off, and in one place the little plants, only an inch or two in height, were just showing above the ground. Iu another, the seeds little round balls they looked like were being planted in - the rows. Passing another Held, where some mer were at work with their hoes, in true Chinese style, stopping every few mo ments to smoke their pipes, we came at last to "where the plants had nttained some size and the actual picking was going on. The plants themselves were from two to six feet high, according to age, and from repeated cuttings down had grown into...

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 March 1878

f- - . HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NIL DESPERANDBM. Two Oollars por Annum. YOL. VIII. BIDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, FA,, THURSDAY, MABCH21, 1878. NO- 5. ) 7 The Dying Wire. Lay the gem upon my bosom, Let me feel her warm breath, For a strong chill o'er me pauses, And I know it Is death. I wonld gaze upon the treasure- Bcaroely given ere I go Feel her rosy, dimpled fingers Wander o'er my cheek of snow, am passing through the waters, But a blessed shore appears ; Kneel beside me, husband, dearest, Let me kiss away thy tears; Wrestle with thy grief, my husband, Strive from midnight unto day; It may leave an angel's blessing When it vanishes away. Lay the gem nAJJjiWm, "Tis not lo&f.f. . There , Fee! howtoj i&estles, 'Tis the pearttjiroar. If In after years beside thee, Sits another in my ohair, Though her voice be sweeter music, And her face tban mine more fair ; If a cherub call thee " Father," Far mure beautiful than this, Love thy first-born, oh I my husband ! Turn n...

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 March 1878

i .. . . i . rflV0MU Henry A. rarsons, Jr., Editor THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 187S. The Secretary of the Treasury has during tho past week purchased n large amount of silver bullion enough to run the mints for about live weeks. The price paid for the bullion Is not so great as was expected by bullion hold ers. Telecirams received from New England by members of Congress represent ft critical condition of nHhirs, and show that unless Congress desists from tho agitation on tho financial questions they will ruin the bank in terest of thecountry by uselessly alarm ing the people. Models for printing tho back and face of the silver certificates of the de nominations of ten dollars and twenty dollars have been completed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and the bureau proposed to turn out certificates of these denominations yesterday. As Senator Spencer is Chair man of the Semite Military Committee, nnd as he Is supposed to rellect the views of his colleagues, some persons nttach importanc...

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 March 1878

Hie RIDGWAY, PA., MARCH 21, 1878. Kotos. Tho ronds are almost Impassible. "Consistency thou art a jewel." Did you plant those tomato seeds last Sunday? Snow fell quite briskly at Centre ville on Tuesday. Services in all the churches In this village next Sunday. Tho State Fair will be held at Erie, Sept. 23 to 27. A new and neat awning In front of It. I. Campbell's store. The Supervisors of Ridgway town ship meet on the first of April. Ridgway can boast of a shoemaker who has forsaken lying forever. What a pity we can not hnve another grocery or two in town. That last crop of ice is likely to bo a fuilure. Wonder how tho melt lies ? The voice of the delicious buck wheat cake Is heard no more la the land. , Tho County Seat of Elk County Is the only ouo in the State not a bor ough. About these days clean up your back yard and cellar and b some body. Ridgway must be a healthy ploce for dogs, wo scarcely ever hear of one's death. Tho State Senate has passed the bill reducing the pay of j...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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