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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 8 August 1878

A Sonth Africa Diamond Ulna. From whatever direction one comes from the enrronnding plain, the moat prominent sight is the lofty range of sand mounds, rising up from ont the center of. the town, and overtopping everything. These are composed of earth from the original thirteen surface acres of the Kimberloy mine, and thrown up aronnd the edge of the gradu ally deepening pit, just as the Bnt on a smaller scale piles np a circular ridge aronnd its hole. By diamond " mine " in Africa, is meant a pipe of several acres superficial area and unknown depth, running straight down through stratified lATArn flf rIihIa "F.finli tiina ATI I tliivA . - - ... JUtl lli MUV. are only four, is filled in to the level of iub general nnnaoe 01 tne plain witn sand, tufa, and a diamond-bearing breo cia or soft rock. The Kimberley pipe or mine has now been excavated to a depth of about two hundred and fifty feet. Most of the streets of the town oonverge to it. We walk to the edge of rock which surrounds it...

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. — 15 August 1878

... . ' ; nn mm n i - - - , " " ' II.M fc. . . I , ....... I - " 11 fe ill ifiiii lilffMk X HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. st NIL, DESPERANDTJM. Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. VIII. MDGrWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA, THURSDAY, AUGUST. 15, 1878. , $0- -1 Baltic Villi Lire." Bear thee np bravely, Strong heart and trne ; ' Meet thy woes gravely, Btrive with them too ! Let them Dot win from thee Tear of regret, Such were a sin from thee, Hope for good yet t House then from drooping, Care-laden soul ; Mournfully stooping 'Neath grief's control 1 Far o'er the glnom that lies, Shrouding the earth, ht fiom ettrnal ikies Bhow us thy worth. " Nerve Ihee yet stronger, Resolute mind i Let eare to longer Heavily hind, Hise on thy eagle wings Glorionsly flee 1 Till from material things Fare thou shaltbe. Bear ye up bravely 8oul and mind too ! Droop not so gravely Bold heart and true Cleat rays of streaming light Bhine through the gloom, God's love is beaming bright E'en round the tomb. DANDY FEK...

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. — 15 August 1878

Henry A. Tarsons, Jr., - Editor THURSDAY, AUG. 15, 1878. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Fon oovERNon, GEN. HENRY M. IIOYT, OF LUZERNE. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, , GEN. CHARLES W. STONE, of warren. For supreme court judok, JAMES P. STERRETT, OF ALLEGHENY. FOR SECRETARY OF INTERNAL AF FAIRS, COL. A. K. DUNKEL, OF PHILADELPHIA. A new counterfeit has been dis covered in the shape of a quarter of an eagle, made of silver and electro-gilt. It contains silver of about the value of ten cents, and, "having a clear ring, is likely to deceive persons who have not lately been accustomed to handle gold. Storekeepers should be particularly watchful with regard to this counter feit, a number of which have lately been put into circulation Ex. A gentleman gives the following advice in relation to dogs : " If you enter a lot where there is a vicious dog, be careful to remove your hat or cap as the animal approaches you, hold the same down by your side between your self and the dog. When you have done this y...

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. — 15 August 1878

f"4 t r.s r 7i V i RIDGWAY, TA., AUG. 15, 1878. rcrsoiinl Notes. Mrs. J. II. Ross Is homo on a visit. . M. E. Lessor's house Is nearly fin ished. A hawk comes every day at two o'clock on a visit to L'oufs Bi'etidel's chickens. Ab. Malin is building a new barn 611 his farm. Jim. McCliuiey drives Into town With a flourish. C. V. Gillis, wife and bnby Were in town last week. . Ezra Dickinson arid wife are mak ing quite a visit. W. 8. Service shipped a large pile 6f paper rags on Tuesday. Our old friend Charley Burns was in town first of the week. Jas. Maginnls is building anew fence with stone foundation and iron posts. Mrs. J. D. Fullerton has charge of the singiDg in the Episcopal Sunday school. . Capt. John Ernhoutand Mr. John Murphy, of -Wilcox, were in town yes terday. John Fannin, Jr., has quit Dan. BcrilAi'er, and gone to drive team in the woods; , . N6w we will have a borough. Dr. Hartley Is circulating a petition for that purpose. He bought a ring for $25, but she went back on...

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. — 15 August 1878

FIRM, GARDEN ASD HOUSEHOLD. The Parmer' Wife. Up la the morning at the dawn of day, Then hardly time to her Maker to pray. Milking her oowt with a "Oo, bona, oo," Under her feet no grass oan grow. Bnay, so bnay, and thla her song ''The rammer la short, and the winter long." Old in her yonth, often weary of life, Bless her 1 God help her I the farmer'! wife. Ohiokena to feed, raoh a hungry crowd, Calrea to be tended of which she la proud. Bread of the lightest and aweeteat to bake, Batter the golden, and fragrant to make; Honey, like amber, to strain and to clear, Fruit to preserve In its season eaeh year, Cheese to press, and to tnrn eaoh day, Bless her I God bleg her I we sigh, ae we aay. Washing and Ironing to do eaoh week, Hundreds of things that a pen cannot speak) Cook and confectioner, seamstress, la she, Dairymaid, housemaid, and teacher to be, Nurse, and physician, and preacher, at home, City of refuge when erring onea roam. "She hath done what Bhe could," short her life'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. — 22 August 1878

HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NIL DESPERANDUM., . Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. VIII. RIDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1878. NO. 27. . . 1 . ; ' ' ' 8 it To-Pay and To-Morrow. When thou art by, I know not why, I love thee, bnt I love thee not bo deeply) Bnt when thou'rt gone, And I'm alone, I marvel that I held tbee then m ohaaply. Thy imile and talk, Thy glanoe, thy walk, In Tain regret I picture and remember; At well I might Booall the light Of June amid the darkness of Deoember. Ah, crnel fate ! That all too late We lesrn the goldtn value of onr pleasure That it must go Before we know How passing sweet it was to hare our treasure. Preverse are we, Too blind to see Chat idle memories only lead to sorrow. Enjoy to-day, While yet you mayj Why wait until to-day become to-morrow ? Edmund Whitehead Bmrmon. The Tramp's Revenge. A great, fertile hollow, in the midland hills, and one man owned it alL Five hundred acres of level and upland, field and forest; 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. — 22 August 1878

wk Jvtlmovtc, Henry A. TnrsonH, Jr., - Editor THURSDAY, AUO. 22, 1878. KErUBLICAJf STATE TICKET. FOtt GOVKRNOR, GEN. HENRY SI. 1IOYT, OF LUZERNE. FOB MEtTTENANT-CIOVrcttXOH, .GEN. CHARLES W. BTONE, OF WARREN. FOR SUPREME COURT JUPflK," JAMES P. STERRETT, OF ALLEGHENY. FOR SECRETARY OF INTERNAL AF FAIRS, COL. A. K. DUNKEL, OF PHILADELPHIA. Ridgway, Pa., Aug. 20, 1878. To the Members of the Republican Co. Committee: You ore hereby noti fied that a meeting of the said com mittee will be hold at the office of the Chairman, In Ridgway, on Siittirduy, the 7th day of September, at 2:30 o clock, P. SL The presence of every member of the committee la desired. Should any member be unable to at tend, please Inform the Chairman by letter, and if there is any reason ex isting why any member of this com mittee should wish to sever his con nection as a member thereof, let him lender his resignation, that his posi tion may be filled by sonic active Re publican. J. o. W. Bailey, Chairman. We learn f...

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. — 22 August 1878

I A . WW RIDGWAY, PA., AUG. 22, 1878. Notes. ' The bark peeling season Is over. Too lato now to sow turnip seed. Pike Ashing ia the rnge among the trout fishers now. There was a socinl party on Friday evening at the Hyde House. " Nothing but leaves Is now ren dered "Nothing but weeds." Roasting ears nre In their prime( and we " eats 'cm all the time." The post-office at Earley, this county, has been discontinued. Those new and cheap husk mat tresses at Bowers' furniture store are healthy and comfortable. The outlook for Bauer kraut this fall in not encouraging, the cabbage worm being the cause of a prospective short crop. Correspondents to this paper are requested to write on both sides the sheet. This plan will save time, paper and postage. Lota of wild honey in the woods if you only know where to And it. The bets make a terrible fight for their treasure, and numerous stings are the result of a night's forage. ... The railroad articles appearing In the Advocate are much sought afte...

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. — 22 August 1878

RELICS OF WASHINGTON. Mat of the Article Parrhaeed by the Gov orament of the Uwli Family, af Tlr. The relics of George Washington, whioh bare been purchased oi the Lewis family, of Clark county, Va., at an ex pense of $12,000, were received in Wash ington, and, at the request of Secretary Bherman, have been taken into the cus tody of the department of the interior, being placed under the especial charge of the commissioner of patents. The list of .the different artiolea is given as follows: One large mirror; two small mirrors; one dozen handsome parlor chairs; two arm-ohairs; one large easy-chair, in which the general sat a few minutes be fore his death; one double brass candle stick, by which the Farewell Address was written; two silver-plated candle sticks; ouo large and two small plated waiters; one field-gloss, used in the Revolution; one spy-glass, also used in the war; one ledger, kept mostly by the general; knives and forks; one plated cake basket; one large mahogany box, in ...

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. — 29 August 1878

- ...jr ... ( J- HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher NIL DESPER ANDTJ M. Two Dollars oer Annum. VOL. VIII. MDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THUBSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1878. NO. 28. ifllfl h If if . fl I The Foreclosure of the Mortgage. Walk right in the settin'-room, Deaoon it'l all in a muddle, yon lee, But I hadn't no heart to right It, bo I've jest let everything be. Besides, I'm going to-morrer I ealk'late to start with the dawn And the house won't seem bo home-like if it'l all upsot and forlorn. I sent off the children this tnornln' : they both on 'em begged to stay, But, I thought 'twould be easier, mebbe, if I was alone to-day. For this was the very day, Deaoon, jest twenty year ago, That Caleb and me moved in t so I couldn't f orgit it, you know. We was so busy and happy I we'd been mar ried a month before And Caleb would dear the table and brush up the kitchen floor. He said I was tired, and he'd help me i but law 1 that was always his way Always handy and helpful, and kind, to 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. — 29 August 1878

mt Mwmtt Henry A. Parsons, Jr., Editor TH UR8DAY, AUG. 2D, 1878. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOR GOVKKNOIt, GEN. HENRY M. IIOYT, OF LUZERNE. FOB LlEIJTENANT-OOYKRNOrt, GEN. CHARLES W. 8TONE, OK WARREN. FOR SUPREME COURT jmflE, JAMES P. STERRETT, OF ALLEGHENY. FOR SECRETARY OF INTERNAL AF FAIRS, COL. A. K. DUNKEL, OF PHILADELPHIA. Ridgway, Pa., Aug. 20, 1878. To the Members of the Republican Co. Committee: You are hereby noti fied that a meeting of the Haul com mittee will be held at the office of the Chairman, in Ridgway, on Saturday, the 7th day of September, nt 2:30 o'clock, P. M. Tho presence of every member of the committee is desired. Should any member be unable to at tend, please Inform the Chairman by letter, and if there is any reason ex isting why any member of this com mittee should wisli to sever his con nection as a member thereof, let him tender his resignation, that his posi tion may be filled by some active Re publican. J. O. W. Bailey, Chairman. Notes of News. Senators ...

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. — 29 August 1878

RIDGWAY, TA., AUG. 23, 1878. Notes. Cool mornings and evenings now. A heavy rain storm here yesterday. It la lawful to shoot squirrels after September 1st. Veal was plenty at the wreck on Saturday night. Elderberries are ripe. It Is not yet time to cut elders. Apples are likely to be a scarce and dear article this season. Croquet is not played to an alarm ing extent in Ridgway this season, The Ridgway borough petition will not be presented until the Novem ber term of Court. The potato tops are nearly all dead, and the yield of this necessary crop promises to be very light There is considerable sickness in this village, although we hear of no cases of a dangerous character. About these days our farmers are busy plowing their ground prepara tory to sowing the winter wheat crop, Another railway article appears in this issue. These articles will be con tiuued until the subject is written up. There is some talk now of killing all the Indians and all the Indian agents, after which our Ind...

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. — 29 August 1878

( V FAMOUS MCBDEU CASE. oelteetlene ef the Crime ef Dr. Weeeter Taa Meet Remarkable Martfef Cw la New Knalaad. A correspondent of the Brooklyn Eaale revives the storv of a mnrder in Boston twenty-nine years ago that was one oi tne most famous cases of the day. The correspondent says: Except the mnrder of the child, Mabel Young, in the Warren avenue Baptist church by the sexton, Piper, a few years sinoe, nothing of a criminal and bloody nature has so stirred the citizens of Boston as did the mnrder of Dr. George Parkman by Dr. John W. Webster, on November 29, 1849, at the Massachusetts Medical Uollege, in North Grove street. Dr. Parkman wns a wealthy man. who de voted most of his time to looking after his property. Dr. Webster was the Frofessor of Chemistry in the institn tion, and owed Parkman $470. which Bum of money the latter called at the oollege to collect on the day above in dicated. The last seen of Parkman alive by any one who knew him, except his murderer, was when abont tw...

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. — 5 September 1878

rS i J HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NlLDESPERANDUM. Two Dollars por Annum. VOL. VIII. MDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, TA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEK 5, 1878. NO. 29. 1 ! i 1 " ...... .... ; To-Day. Creeds Uve and die faith follow! f kith, Deed prove bnt mockeries of the will ( And dreams that were to-morrow'i are To-morrow's still. Subtly, in all our good the thread Of ill U wrought ; our fairest fair ' Is dragged to earth in being oars, And traileth there I Light follows light, and each grows dim I The present will be as the past Ware breaks on ware, and eaoh is strong As eseh is last I Life leans on faith, and pressed hard I Faith cries to God, and only stands When, hearing life upon our breast, . Bhe olasps God's bands. The distant bills are darkness bat The morrow brings the morrow's light t This mach is ours to-day to do The present right. This mnoh is oars, and things beyond In love's own wisdom hidden lie ! Bat this lies close at hand to do His will, and die. MISS ASHBELL. Cons...

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. — 5 September 1878

lie Jwwafc. Henry A. Parsoin, Jr., - Editor THURSDAY, SEPT. C, 1878. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOR OOVURXOH, GEN. HENRY M. 110 YT, OF MJZlittNU. VOH timiTEXANT-OOVEHXdli, GEN. CHARLES W. STONE, OF WARREN. FOR SUPREME COURT JUDGE, JAMES P. STEKIIETT, OF ATitiRCtHENY. FOR SECRETARY OF INTERNAL AF FAIRS, COL. A. K. DUNKEL, OF PHILADELPHIA. Ridgway, Pa., Aug. 20, ls8. To (he Members of the Republican Co. Committee: You arc hereby noti fied that n meeting of the sabl com mittee will be hold at the office of the Cflairtunn, iu Itidgwny, on Saturday, tlie 7th day of September, nt 2:30 o'clock, P. M. The presence of every member of the committee is desired. Should any member be unable to at tend, ideaso inform the Chairman by letter, and if there is any reason ex isting why any member of this com mittee should wish to sever his con nection as a member thereof, let him tender his resignation, that his posi tion may bo filled by some active Re publican. J. O. W. IlAILKY, Chairman. Democratic 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. — 5 September 1878

V A Y A 4 A ill A fii. LI WDQWAY, PA., BEfT. 5, 1878. Solos. Ficking up cigar stumps is a new Industry recently started In this vil lage. The press of other matter is so great this week that we are compelled to omit the publication of the Kane Churcli Dedication article, which will appear in our next issue without fail. The Ridgway Graded schools com menced on Monday with Prof. J. B. Johnsoa, Principal, and Mrs. Johnson, Misses 'Babe E. Wilcox, and E. Jenna B. Atherton assistants. The schools will bein session eight months; salaries of assistants thirty dollars a month each, and salary of principal one hun dred dollars a month. Adam Chase, of Benezettc town ship, was committed to jail by Esquire Gray, on a charge of rapo on the per son of Annie Aska, a girl of from . fourteen to seventeen years of age, we understand her ago was given before the Justice as fourteen, but other per sons say she is seventeen at least she is as large and well developed as a girl of the latter age. The cr...

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. — 5 September 1878

Hon the World Looks from Pike's Peak, Eight hundred persons went to the uummit of Pike's Peak Inst year, Bays a writer in the Troy (H. x.) Timet, ana as many more will aseend this year. It is the one great feat that tourists in this region are ambitions to accomplish. This grand mountain was discovered and named arter the adventurous old ex plorer, Major Pike, in 1806. Lifting its snow-covered head over 14,000 feet above sea-level, and 8,000 feet above the high plains of Colorado at its base, it forms one of the great landmarks of the State. There are two narrow horseback paths leading to the summit. The longer and easier one is called the " government trail," though the govern ment did not make it, and has nothing to do with it but to use it. It was built by Mr. Copley, of Colorado Springs. The telegraph line to the summit runs along this trail. Tne "new trail " by a steeper climb directly np from Iilanitou Ip rings, through Engleman's Canon, is twelve miles long. Jb'rom Colorado S...

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. — 19 September 1878

j. . .. A.. V--;V-" t " ' ' ' HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NIL DESPERANDUM. Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. VIII. RIDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1878. NO. 31. Sunbeam and I. We own no houses, no lots, no lands, No dainty viands for ns are spread By sweat of our brows and toil of oar hands We earn the pittance that trays ns bread, And yet we live In a nobler state Sunbeam and I than the millionaries Who dine off silvern and golden plate, With liveried laoneya behind their chairs. We have no riches in bonds or otocka, No bank books show our balanoe to draw Vet we earry a safe key that nnlocks More treasures than Orcesns ever saw ; We wear no velvets or satins fine, We dress in a very homely way But O, what luminous lustres shine About Sunbeam's gowns and my hodden grey. No harp, no dulcimer, no guitar Breaks Into singing at Sunbeam's touch t But do not think that our evenings are Without their mnBio ; there is none such In concert halls where the lyrlo 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. — 19 September 1878

Win HmiAt Hcnrjr 1. Parsons, Jr., - Editor THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 1878. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Fon GOVERNOR, GEN. HENRY M. HOYT, OF LU.EHNK. FOR LIElTTEJCANT-ClOVEHXOlt, GEN. CHARLES W. STONE, OF WARREN. FOR 8t"P!(E.ME COURT .TUIHtK, JAMES T. STKRRKTT, OF ALLEGHENY. FOR SECRETARY OF INTERNAL AF FAIRS, COL. A. K. DUNKEL, OF PHILADELPHIA. Ho) t ou Fiunncc. Professing to be an honest man, the candidate of nn honest organization I favor honest money. The volume of the currency should be regulated by legitimate demnnd, and not by the requirements of bank rupts and wild speculators. The currency should be redeemable as early as the exigencies of the Gov ernment will permit, in the currency recognized by all civilized nations. The contracts of the Government should be held as sacred as the con tracts of individuals, and the bonds, theevidenceof its indebtedness, should be paid according to the understand ing between the Government and the lender. Speech at Butler, Sept. 2, 1878. State Fair ...

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. — 19 September 1878

RIDQWAY, PA., SEPT. 19, 1878. Notes. Politicians will soon be busy. Pooches are going out of season. Grapes are coming Into market. Look out for frost In a few weeks. The sidewalks about town are lu a horrible condition. This a very busy court week, and a great many people are in town. Frosts on Little Toby this week. No particular damage done, however. Cool mornings and evenings, to gether with short days, remind us that Winter will soon be king. A pint of peanuts, one at a time, was sold at auction on change at Porker's for the fever fund. Amount realized, ?3-'0 80. Mr. Hyde has had a new picket fence put up around the lot between his two stores. With a new coat of paint put on by Brown, the fence pre' sents a neat appearance. The Democrat to the contrary not withstanding, the tomato crop in this section is excellent. In fact, every person owning tomato vines have all of that delicious fruit they can use. Another shingle or so, and the old court house will be good for the next cen...

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