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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 30 May 1878

FOlt THE YOUNGJ PEOPLE. What the Sparrow Nui. Cbirrnp apf obirrnp tip, oblrrnp np, What a beantif nl da; to be sure t Jast the weather to flyi Little mateling, good bye, I'm off for a bright early tour. How the warm aummer inn softly shines, And how thankful and happy am I That no barred eage of gold My unfettered wings hold; I'm a sparrow, a bird of the sky. Mr. Bulflnch at hia morning meal, In his gayly decked palaoe I seo Oh, no, thank yon, my dear, I'm in Tery great fear Prison food with my health won't agree t Sir Canary, yon trill it quite noat, In yonr pretty pagoda of red j But I'd muoh rather be Up on high tree, quite free, And chirruping over your head 1 WLat ? ) ou pity me out in the wind At the mercy of storm and of rain, And yon boast of your life Without care, without strife, And a mistress to ease all your pain ! Ah, you know only half of life's Joys, I assure you, you poor little things) In your grandeur and pride You sit lonely; beside Me a sparrow mate sings t We'v...

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. — 20 June 1878

L i i i -- ' .V,. - :l-. i ftilili . - i i ' t u'.iv; v ; ' " . - . , - , i - , - , . ' 'iii. ' - . : HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. ! NIL DESPERANDUM Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. VIII. RIDGrWAY, ELK COUNTYy PA. THUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1878. NO. 18. i Deacon Babbitt's rhonograph. Deacon Babbttt wii progressiva and enlightened In his ways ; Be perused the Seieru Monthly and the Review, on rainy days; Bad a cabinet of I (Wills, and tome bird securely stuffed, la hie wood-house chamber study, where hi pipe was dally puffed, ft would make an old-time farmer stare around as in a dream To see the deacon churn and plow, and cot his hay by eteam ; "Pitdh his hay and thresh hie barley with "machinery alone, And call his help to dinner with a patent tele phone. Thns the deacon bought each patent that could work or walk or sing, Till he heard the papera raving of the very latest thing: A machine to bottle language, or a song, a sigh, or laugh ; Then the deacon he got craty to possess a...

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. — 20 June 1878

Henry A. Parson, Jr., Editor THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1878. REPUBLIC A3 STATE TICKET. rem aovKitxoH, GEN, HENRY M. HOYT, OF LUZKRXK. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, G:N. CHARLES W. STONE, OF WAI'.REN. FOR SUPREME COURT JUDGE, JAMES P. STERRETT, OF ALLEGHENY. FOR SECRETARY OF INTERNAL AF FAIRS, COL. A. K. DUNKEL, OF PHILADELPHIA. EdiloriaFNotc The Congress of the great powers now In session at Berlin is likely to break up In a row, and then war. Chicago will have a monster parade of the red flag communists, without arms, but if molested they will shoul der their muskets. Washington's monument, that eye-sore of a generation, is at last to be completed, Congress having appro priated $200,000 for that purpose. Christian K. Ross (father of Charley Ross) has been appointed Master Warden of the port of Phila delphia, by Governor Hartranft. Insanity Is proved by statistics to be on the increase, owing, no doubt, to the pressure on the mind of people geuererally in this fast age of steam. A general upris...

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. — 20 June 1878

v i i 1. I 3i J IUDQWAY, PA., JUNE 20, 1878.' Notes. Much rainy weather. ' S Local communications nro solici ted. Fourth of July comes on Thurs day. . "V The June frost has passed by this place. The old planing mill looks de serted, j Strawberries will soon go out of fashion. Dog fights are conspicuous by their absence. Frank Dill is complaining of a lame wrist. The grass crop promises to be ex tra good this season. The Advocate only three cents a week. Subscribe now. A little more local advertising, gentlemen, if you can stand It. The Catholic fuir on July 4th promises to be a grand success. Bill-heads every business man needs, and can find cheap at this of fice. A dance in Hyde's opera-house on July 4th, all for a dollar, and eat your self. A very interesting lot of notes from Horton this week. We hope " Jingo " will write us often. You don't know how much you miss by not subscribing for the Advo catk. Why buy a ready-maile suit of clothes when McAfee will make a suit to order for...

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. — 20 June 1878

FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS. "Keep a Stiff Upper Lip." There hen something none wrong, My brave boy, it appears, For I see your prond truggle To keep hack the tram. That Is right. When you on not Give trouble the allp. Then beitr It, nf 111 keeping 11 A stiff upper Hp." Thongh yon flan not earape Dtaappointment and care, The next beat thing to do la to learn bow to bear. If, when for life's prises You're running, you trip, Get up-atart again, . " Keep a atlff upper Up t" PhaU Cart. Stew af a Daley. Far, far away, hundreds of mites from here, in a field of Rrowing wheat, a little daisy one day pnshed its way up to air and light. It was a very, very tiny affair indeed, and the wheat that stood tall and green above it, and bowed gracefully to the Eassiug breezes, were altogether too igh-minded to notice the struggling young creature at their feet. But the winds paused on their way to give a ten der kiss, and the little thing took heart, and reached out its arms to the sun shine. Days and weeks...

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 July 1878

'- yjlB filj-i'trt t.ii, -I wi w n't-' m; Ium I JA0X73I Ml O.IJ (I.I l (i i'Ufllt III I Py . I ,M Y.I. J I .(A'r.i ni i' .Tf.diiJ-.ll 1,: - i- r-!?nr 3TU- .At . 'A.VX ,YAV?! ! i: H'-i'1 v .fd i nl BJX l'f''''' I'"''" i'i Olli .i"'j ,. ,.... .1 ,.-t . n-xtif .. l .' ' ' V HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr. Editor and Publisher. . I ' .V J' -t . iTwo Dollars per Annum. J I M M M J m. I fl I I V - .- v VOL. VIII. RLDGrWAY, ELK COUNTY,. PA., .XIIUItSDAY, JULY "11, h 1878. NO: 21; V'l i r f,iT Br .Ml B Al I for III 111 aw JJ U I I I i i r Oj. mum I 11 I '91 II WW 11 K HI . II II II ILCTW WW V J V Ooins; After the Cows. "Jennie I Jennie I Jennie I Where in the world can Jennie be ? She crossed the meadow an hour tgo What ails the girl that she linger 10 ?" The mn goes down in the orimaon west, The tired day prepares for rest, And the laggard momenta slowly pa. a, But bring no news of the truant lass. ' "What ails the girl?" The sober cows, Stopping along the lane to browse, Hay look in vain from side ...

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 July 1878

Wilt Heary A. Parsons, Jr., - Editor THURSDAY, JULY II, 1878. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOR OOYERNOR. OEM. HENRY M. HOYT, OF LUEERWE. FOR MEtTTEWAKT-QOVKItlfOR, IGEN. CHARLES W. STONE, OF WARREN. FOR SUPREME OOTJBT JUDGE, .JAMES P. STERRETT, OF ALLEGHENY. FOR SECRETARY OF INTERNAL AF FAIRS, COL. A. K. DUNKEL, OF PHILADELPHIA. Editorial Hotes. Mail robberies in Texas are of 1 moat daily occurrence, and the rob ben seem to have excellent facilities for getting away with their plunder. Secretary Sherman will resume specie payments, according to act of Congress, on Jan. 1st, 1879. Prepara tions are being made to carry the act into full effect. General Longstreet, of the late confederate army, testified In Fits John Porter's case. He explained the strength and position of Jackson's forces and of his men. Times are improving. Ira R. Wright. defaulting treasurer of South Hadley, Mass., has been found guilty of em bezzling f29,000, and sentenced to five years in the State prison. Times are I...

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. — 11 July 1878

iv&mtt. RIDGWAY, PA., JULY 11, 1878. Rainy weather first of the week, All kinds of printing at this office. Plant your turnips on the 25th of July. Get registered If you want a vote this fall. The crop of cow bells Is about ready to pick. A new platform in front of Ma son lo Hall. The crop of Ice In town is said to be somewhat limited. Raspberries are ripe and will soon be in market. The new dog and sheep law will be found In this Issue. BeTeral places In the sidewalks about town need repairing. The fantastic parade was a funny feature of the Fourth. The weather is hot, and with good prospects of being hotter. The smoke stack of the new plan ing mill has been raised. The worst field of potatoes In Elk county is owned by ye editor. The old pinning mill is not much of an ornament to Centre street. Paris green and rye flour, twenty five to one, is the medicine for potato bugs. That new style of script is just the neatest thing for visiting cards yet out. The organ-grinder is now bu...

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 July 1878

FaRM, harden and household. Banner Oara af Ho. Thn principal diet of hogs in snmme should be gTans, rich slop, frnits and vegetables, and some oorn; these, with the worms and insects obtained on rnnere. are amuly snfflcient to snstain a steady growth nntil the cool autumni weatner nets in, wnen a cuei 01 sonna oorn with some slop should be con tinued until they nre fat enough for kill ing or for market. Tins process of taking hogs through the summer applies equal ly to hogs that have been wintered, or to spring pigs, except the pigs should be fed stronger on account of their more rapid growth. Summer is the time to make pork; making it in winter is mnoh like run ning a boat against a wind and tide; it requires too much food to keep np the snnnlv of animal heat. If hoars have plenty of grass in summer, and about half the grain they will eat, they will fatten rapidly, and about three pounds of pork can be made in cold weatner with a hog in a close pen. The grass is oooling and looseni...

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 July 1878

.: K if '1 HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. , . NIL DESPERANDtlM. v Two Dollars per Annum. YOL. VIII. . RIDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1878. yl2l,.- A Word to Iho Wise. Love hailed a little maid, Romping through the meadow; Heedless In the enn the played, Scornful of the hadow. , "Come with toe," whispered he; "Listen, sweet, to love and reason." "By tnd by," she mocked reply, 'Love's not in season." Years went years Come, Light mixed with shadow; Lore met the maid again Dreaming through the meadow. "Not so coy,", urged the boy, . "List in time to love and reason." "Uy and by," elm mused reply, "Love's ntill in season." Years went years came, Light changed to shadow; Love saw the maid again, Mailing in the meadow. "Pass no more, my dream is o'er, I can linteu now to reason" "Keep thee coy," whispered the boy, "Law's quite out of teaton." FENALLOSA. "Will yon to marry me?" Those were the words that, coming from the veranda iu a iloep rich voice and most teud...

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 July 1878

Heurjr A. Tarsoim, Jr., - Editor THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1878. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOR flOVKHNOR, CI EN. HENRY M. HOYT, OK LITKEKNK. FOR MEITTENANT-OOVKnNOll, ;gen. ciiarleh w. htone, OF WAKMEN. FOR SUPREME COURT JUDOE, JAMES P. STERRETT, OF ALLEGHENY. FOR SECRETARY OF INTERNAL AF FAIRS, COL. A. K. DUNKEL, OF PHILADELPHIA. Notes of News. Wheat in Minnesota is damaged by rust and lodging. There was a serious riot between the French and Irish near Montreal on Saturday. A mob in Putnam county, W. Va., wants to lynch J. Biiggs, colored, for assaulting a little girl. A. B. Bayers, who shot his wife in a Philadelphia church last fall, has been sentenced to death. John Franklin Noyes, actor and theater manager, was drowned in Harlem river on Saturday. Judge Olin, Justice of the Supreme Court for the District of Columbia, has resigned, owing to his health. S. Kennedy, of Chicago, killed his wife and suicided. Poverty, hypo chondria and discord. Rich silver veins, it is reported, have just b...

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 July 1878

(51 J J $0 RIIK1WAY, TA., JULY 18, 1878. Notes. -Why are new potatoes bo searee? Green apples are exposed to sale In this market. The beautiful laurel flowers are now In full bloom. Groceries cheap at Ilftgerty'B. Don't fail to call. The chalr-bottomlng Industry seems to thrive In this village. The new planing mill whistle was heard for the first time a few days ago. Teachers' examination at Mill stone Thursday evening, July 18th, 1 Q7Q The bridge across Elk creek on the Osterhout road will soon be com pleted. Always pull a pail of w.-.ter for your Wife before going to your work in the morning. Mowers' furniture store Is con stantly receiving goods. Picture frames specialty. A new pine plank sidewalk from near Hyde's old store Uy D. It. Kline's residence, on Main street. The stock at Hyde's saw mill Is all used up, and the mill will stand Idle until more logs are put In. Glass and Tin Fruit Cans, Porce lain Kettles and Preserving Pans, at Frank Settclles'. There were five deaths fro...

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 July 1878

"THE CODE OF HONOR. " Promla.nt Anm-lraa. Wki II a V. F.aht Daela. A recent rmmnhlet issued in Charles ton, S. O., on the " Code of Honor," Rivea the following list of well-known Americans who have fonght duels: Oen. Christopher Gudrden, a dele gate to the first Centennial Congress, fought a duel. Colonel James Laurens, son of the president of the first general Congress, in 1777, and on the staff of General Washington, fought a duel with General Charles Lee. In 1778 General J. Oadwalader fought General L. Con way near Philadelphia. Members of the William Washington branch of that family have engaged in duelsfor in stance, that in which Gillon was killed, Kobert Goodloe Harper, United States Senator from Maryland and leader of the Federal party, "fought a duel with William Loughtou Smith, an early representative from Charleston, S. C, and minister to Spain in 1800. Colonel John Butledge, son of the revolutionary governor of South Carolina and a mem ber of Congress, fought a duel. De ...

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 August 1878

a. .-"C r ( ; lie 'ilt iiiili Mffcik . 1 " ' " II! Ill 11 ' HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. Nit. ttESPfcftANjbtJM. " Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. VIII. RIDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1878. KO. 24. i 7 Kin? Cheese. (A Story nf thi rarU Exhibition qf 1867.) Wbre many cloud-wreathed mountain blanches Etnlly in the bine sbyw, And tonnes Its torrents and avalanches Thundering from cliff and precipice, There In the lovely land of the 8wlss Tnd of lakes and of Icy aean. Of chamois and chalets, Au ) beautiful valleys, Musical boxes, ratchea, and cheese. Picturesque, with Ha landscapes preen and cool, 8leek cattle standing in shadow or pool, And dairy-maid bearing pall and stool That la the quaint little town of Nulla. There, one day. iu the old town-hall, Oatheredthe worthy burghera all, Great and small, Short and tall, At the burgomaster's call. The stout and fat, the lean and lame. From house and shop, and dairy and pasture, In queer old costumes, up they came, ...

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. — 1 August 1878

Henry A. Parso ns, Jr., Editor THURSDAY, AUG. 1, 1878. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, GEN. HENRY M. HOYT, OF LUZERNE. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, GEN. CHARLES W. STONE, OF WARREN. FOR SUPREME COURT JU1KIK,J JAMES P. KTERRETT, OF ALLEGHENY. FOR SECRETARY OF INTERNAL AF FAIRS, COL. A. K. DUNKEL, 0F PHILADELPHIA. Editorial Notes. National banks have generally stopped paying Interest on deposits, and for this reason their depositors are seeking Investment which aggregates millions every week. The following named articles have been submitted to the department re cently, and ruled upon as unmailable, viz: Cement, confectionery in any form, eye glasses or spectacles, glass, Jewelry having plus attached, salve, sewing machine needles, soap, steel pens, stove polish, sugar, tin dishes, tooth powder. Postmasters are obliged to refuse to receive into the mails any of the above articles ; the manner In which it is wrapped cannot be taken Into consideration. The Journal of Commerce, in a sp...

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. — 1 August 1878

RIDGWAY, TA., AUG. 1, 187S, Kotest Rainy weather beginning of tbe Week. Call at this office fof writing paper and envelopes. Blackberries are selling In this tnarket at 8 cents a quart ' A musical treat at Hyde's Opera House to-morrow evening. Centre street Is much Improved by the razing of the old planing mill. The weather Was too cloudy on Monday to see the eclipse at this place. Another batch of new subscribers. Bring on your scales, Mr. Democrat. Blackberries are ripe, and will commence pouring into town in a few days. Get registered In time to vote. Two months before election is the time 1-equlred. One more month, and then Sep tember with an " r" will bring forth the retired oysters. Note paper and envelopes for sale ftt this office. A sheet of paper and an envelope for a cent. The N. O. L. Party Elk County Convention next Tuesday at Rhines' Hall, commencing at half-past one o'clock. The trout-fishing season is at an end, so the law says, yet the facta in the case warrant us in...

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. — 1 August 1878

FIRM, OARDEX AND HOUSEHOLD. Rerlpae. Fruit or Gcrhant Cakb.Ou Ants or citron for cake should not bo "rolled in flour," but dredfred or well sprinkled with sifted flonr, Laving first niadetbe fruit an dry as possible; that Is, after waHhing and draining the currants, dry them on the stove and while warm and dry dredge them with sifted floor Jnut before adding them to the cake, and the fruit should be the last thing added. An Tmprovrmrnt in Bread Making. Pi-rHons who are so unfortunate as to be poorly provided with those agents of mastication, good teeth, will bo glad to know that there is a method of baking bread which obviates the necessity of a bard crunt. The ornnt commonly at tached to the loaf is not only trouble., some to snob persons, but is often the caime of much waste. The way to be rid of it is as follows: When the loaves are mo). led. and before thev nm a..f down t,i8e, take a small oWity"of clean lard, warm it, and rub lightly over the loaves. The result will be a criiRt...

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. — 8 August 1878

l . : V ' ' V " ' -;:ife 111 if ilfg gmiesk' ' 1 HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr. Editor and Publisher NIL DESEIIANDUM. Two Dollars oer Annum. VOL. VIII. RIDGrWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1878. NO. 25. b Milklng-time. "I toU you, Kate, that Lovejoy cow Ii worth her weight in gold; She gives a good eight quarts o' milk, And isn't yet five year old. ' "I see yonng White a-oomin' now; He wants her. I know that Be careful, girl, you're spillin' it 1 An' save some far the eat, "Good' evenln', Richard, step right in;" "I guess I otraldn't, sir, I've Just come down" "I know it, Dlek, You've took a shine to her. "She's kind an gentle as a lamb, Jest where I go she toilers; ' And though it's oheap I'll let her go; She's your'n (or thirty dollars. "You'll know her dear across the farm, .' By them two milk white stars; ' Yon needn't drive her home at night, Hut Jest le' down the bars. "Then, when you've own'd her, say a month And learnt her, as it were, ru bet why, what's the matter, Dick ?"...

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. — 8 August 1878

Henry A. Parso ns, Jr., Editor . THURSDAY, AUG. 8, 1878. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, GEN. HENRY M. HOYT, OP LUZERNE. FOR LIEUTENANT-OOVKRNOR, GEN. CHARLES W. STONE, OF WARREN. FOR SUPREME COURT JUHOE,'. JAMES P. STERKETT, OF ALLEGHENY. FOR SECRETARY OF INTERNAL AF FAIRS, COL. A. K. DUNKEL, OF PHILADELPHIA. Notes from Exchanges. BY COUNTIES. LYCOMING. From the Gazette find Bulletin. Two men entered the houseof John Beltzhoover, an aged an well-to-do farmer, living near Roiling Springs, Cumberland county, at midnight on July 30, and after tying Uim ana a woman named Richwino, held revolv ers to Mrs. Beltzlioover's head and compelled her to point out where her husband's money was concealed, amounting to $1,000. Mrs. Richwino escaped and gave the alarm, when the robbers fled. In the struggle Roltz hoover was struck on the head with a club and seriously injured. This is the second robbery of a like nature In that vicinity in a week. The growth of Bradford, in McKean county, ha...

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. — 8 August 1878

v.. . ItlDQWAY, FA., AUG. 8, 1878. Notes. Oren Ithines' boy has been sick for a week post. Hattle Oyster, the Sheriff's little girl, is nick. Note heads very cheap at this of flee. Call and see the stock. The slaughter house on Powell's farm is a sweet-scented posy. Miss Jennie Gresh was unable to appear at the concert Friday night. Sheriff Oyster has exchangad his old piano for a new one, made by Lin- denian Sons, New York. Thomas Malonc, oldest son of Tat, Malone, has commenced to learn the printing trade at the Democrat office, John Casserly is suffering with toothache. Although a strong man, the toothache makes him look sad. J. O. W. Bailey and family have arrived after an absence of several weeks. We understand that Bailey has been sick for some time. tiuite a circus on the streets of our village last Sunday. Those who wit nessed the equestrian display seemed eatisfied that they had their twenty five cents' worth. Rev. H. V. Talbot succeeded in raising one hundred dollars in th...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
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