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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 24 April 1879

THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1879. - J Local Solos Lots of snow in the woods yet. If you want to get rich advertise. 'Soon time to commence plowing. Ice Crenm Friday and Saturday at Morgester's. Jones Township Auditor's Settle ment in another column, Company II paraded in the court 5'ard last Saturday evening. , Good flood in the river last week, nearly all the lumber went out. 1000 Cabinet Desk Cigars at Mor gester's in a few days. They are a fine cigar; the desk, worth $10, will bo given to the purchaser of the greatest number of cigars out of it This day, The New York Store, .(next door to the Post-office,) Mill be opened to the public No better as sorted stock of goods, at lower prices lias been ollered to the citizens of Itidgway since anyone can remember. The advertisement of this firm will be ' found under the head "New-Advertisements," 2d page. Personal Xotes. . Sheriff" Oyster is in Pittsburgh. '. Col. Ames, of St. Mary's, was in town yesterday. J. S. Powell and sou Eddie, are at Pi...

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. — 24 April 1879

INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP laboratory, 57 ff. 31 St., New York City, - LATE or JERSEY CtTT. TRADE MARK. J The Best Kenedy Known to Man t Dr. Clark Jolinon having aoelatprl htouelf Willi Mr. Kihviii Knatman, an e.enned captive, long it lnve In Waluinictkla, the medicine man of the omancliPK, is now prepared to lend hla aid In the Introduction of the wonderful remedy of that tribe. The experience of Mr. Kastmnn being similar to 1lmt of Mr. Chn. .Tone and son, of Washinpton 'o.,Jown, an account of who.o sufferincfl were tltrillintrly narrated in the Kew York Herald of Dec. loth, 1STM, the facts of which are so widely known, rnd so nearly parallel, that but littlo men linn of Mr. Eastman's experiences will be (riven nere. Tlioy are, however, jiublished In a neat vol imo of rtOO p:ises, entitled, "Sevenand Nine Years anion; the fom.mches and Apaches," of which mention will be. made hereafter. Suflice It to say, that for several years, Mr. Knstman, while a cap live, was compelled to gather the ro...

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 May 1879

Two Dollars per Annum. HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher.! ft Nlli DESPERANDUM. VOL. IX. 1 llIDGrWAY; &LK COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, - MAY 1, 1879. NO. 11. I 4 I " In the Long: Run." The old-fashioned saying, 8q lightly expressed, And so tirelessly uttered, Is One ol the best. Oh, ponder, young triflor, i With young lile begun, 'ilia deep, earnest meaning Of " id the long ran." For " in tlie long run," boys, Tho seed will spring up That was sown in the gnrdoa Or dropped in the cup. And, remember ! no roses Will spring from the weed, And no bonutiful iruit From unworthy seed. How maay a stripling In trouble to-day, By riotous living With comrades too gny ; With charaoter shipwrecked And duties undone, Will be sorrows harvesting " In the long run." And " in the long run," will The toiler fare bent Who performs honest lnbot And takes honest rest. Who, contented and happy, Hastes not, in a day, Or a year, to heap riches That will pass away ! The good and the evil That bide on ...

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 May 1879

r Wit Mmiit. Henry A'. Parsons, Jri, Editor THURSDAY, MAY l,'l87!V ' Making waistcoats nt fourteen cents eiicli, cheviot shirts tit four cents apiece, heavy overalls at fifty eents per dozen, nml woolen trousers at ten eents a pair are some fuels gleaned by a s iclety of ladles who are investigating the condition of the sewing women of Cleveland, Ohio.- - Oppclmcir and Foust drew their revolvers In iv- Louisville street, and their mutual friend Mendel sprang between them to prevent bloodshed ; lust uftera bullet from Oppclmcir had gone through his collar, and one from Foust had curried away a lilt of bis ear, Mendel retired from the position of peacemaker. Dent and Brush own adjoining farms in Sunbury, Ohio, and disagree about the boundary fence, which they have moved several times. Each went out with two sons, all armed with guns and pistols, to tight over the disputed uitcstiou. They tired at one another across the fence until four of the s-ix were wounded. The longest subterranea...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 1 May 1879

THURSDAY, MAY i, 1870. lttMilnh Land. I've reached thelnitd nf corn nnd wine, And all It riches, fmly mine; Here Milne iindlmm'd one bliwfal day. For all my night has pasticd iiway. Cho. O Heulnli land, weet nculnh land , As on thy lilgliet mount I stand ; t look awny ncross the ea. Where mansions are prepared for me And vli-w the ahlnlngglory shore, My heav'n, my Aomv, forevermorel My Saviour comes and walks with me, And awect communion here have we; . He gently leads me by His hand For this Is heaven's border land. A sweet perfume upon the bree Is borne from ever vernal trees, And flowers, that never Aiding grow Where st renins of life forever flow. The zephyrs seem to flnnt to me Sweet soundsof heaven's melody, As angels with the while-robed throng Join In the sweet redemption noun. Local Notes Strawberries at Molester's to-day. Maple sugar continues in fashion. Plant your peas and set out your little onions. Prc-acliing Sunday In the M. K. Church. Radishes, Onions and Lettuce at...

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 May 1879

lrW)S H eW T 5" kr Wakamelkla, the Medicine Man Nothing him been added to (he medicine end notlim-; h i- boon taken away. It la without doubt th? Ih.'-T l'i mnr.ncf the Blood and RiihtuoI the SvfTf.M evir known to man. This .syrup iiosfespes varied propertied. Bt Hrf s upon tlio l.lvrr. T.l ik'Im iiton tlic Kidneys. II n(f ill ! I lie llowrln, VI M,rift lit.- ftluod. Tt quiet I in- Nirmns Synteiu. tl iiutlitr IMiri-Mtion. Til -MnurlHlieM, Strengthen and Invltr parrlon oil tlic old blood and makes it Op- Induce tho porr of the akin, iSeuUlij l'oriirntloii. and I i.i-ntraljri-s Hi horedit:nrv fntnt n i. l!i !;-.'.','.. Isk-lj (.eneTOtvcmfalmKrfeiH-lu', nd i ,.,..,., ,,, ;m.wi niMr;i'S ill' Interim hiimiir. iir.i-.-in,(v. ,i in ii., iraniifni'tura. niitl i: I " tr. Hi'1 liio't 4!"lli-t:tr h.-ihp. n. I.' ' 1 nl nu t li,'y b-.ing rrmYcct in DR. CLARK INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP Laboratory, 77 W. 3d St., Sew York City, LATa or JERSEY C1TT, TRADE HARK. Tho Best Jtemedy Known to Man I T)r. Clark Joh...

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 May 1879

HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. , NIL DESPERANDUM. Two Dollars per Annum. YOL. IX. RIDGAVAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1879. , NO. 12. . . i 1 i II May Baskets. Open the window, Margie, . And draw tho Bcreen away; My lile is ft dull December, But my heart's as young as May. listen ! The laugh of ohildren I Tin a foolish thought, I know, But it minds me of one May morning Seventy years ago, When a merry troop oi ohiklron '" Wakened the quiet street With babble of talk and laughter, And swinging, like censers Bwoot, Tho dear Old-time May-baskota, Kibboned, nnd pink and white With the blossed bloom that gladdened Tho gloom of the Pilgrims' night. And I know by the robin's carol, And the tender green I see In tho tops of the dear old willows, That the May will como to me. Margie, the scont of May-flowers ! I surely, surely know That one s weot breath! Conld the south wind Bring it so fnr ? They grow A mile away on the hillside. Bnt there's a knock at the door; Oh to...

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 May 1879

7 Sire vacate. CD Hoary A, FiII'mi'm, .Jr., fritter TIK'USDAY, MAY 8, 187'.). s-'nbscrihe now for Tin: Advocate will get 11 chance in our drawing. See advertisement on ."cw inl page. Tlio simple running expenses of Congress tit (ho present session have already amouiwe-1 (o $-100,000. At Hempstead, Texas, on Monday, a Hit? congregation were leaving the Methodist church, Colonel Jared E. Kirby shot and killed John Steele, who in a (iiarr'l fourteen years ago, killed Klrl.yV father. Tlit; new Constitution in Califor nia provides that no judge pan draw liU monthly salary ln-fore he has taken oath that no cause, remains in his court undecided which has ht-en sub mitted lor decision during a period of ninety days, At Overton, Texas, J. T. Young and John Hi ley, who had been eon lined in jail for drunkenness, at tempted to escape by setting fire to the building. The Haines spread rapidly, nnd'being unable to extinguish them, the men were both burned to death. There are living at Fall lUver...

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 May 1879

,1 1 L' -. ' THURSDAY, MAY 8, 170. Local Solos New choice Eric county butter nt Morgester's. List of licenses and additional Sheriff's sale in this Issue. Fine large Bananas 30 cents a dozen nt Morgester's. Decoration Day May 301 h. Co. H Will likely parade on that day. Garden making is not raging as ' frantically as it was last year tit this time. Tuni-down-at-the-eorncrgilt-bev-eled-edge-cards nt this office. Call and Bee them. Rev, II. V. Talbot hps some very fine Plymouth Hocks, Drown Leg horns and Light Bralnnus. A selling of eggs, from either strain, for $1.0!). There will he a meeting of Grace 'Church Parochial Society on Thurs day May loth, at the Rectory to elect officers for the coming year As there Is nn abundance of work it is hoped the ladies will all come out. P.y order of Committee. Postmaster Ilagerty ban the agency for the sale of the new U. S. 5dl re funding certificates, hearing interest at 4 per cent. These certificate are dated April 1st 1S79, and bear interest ...

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. — 8 May 1879

4 1 "Wakametkla, the Medicine Man Nntlilwr hi9 been added to the medicine tnl r,n ,' "- V, n" ,ny. It is without rlouM n- Uk-v Pi iiifikh of the Di.ooo una Kkniwsb of tlm svhtkji over known to raan. Tlii. Syrup iiomwci varied properties. It ttrtn upon tho I. Ivor. I art- :... il Kip Kldiievt, t l-fuiMiiic- Hi,. ovol. J I flirl,;, . the- mooil. M qii!-(iis,- .., ion sjtem. .rHi"."rN s,rc"hpnnl Inrlg. r.,l iv. 'Vr,c"' "T11ic ol.l Mood and make. V-V. , "K"' '''"""""'l lntrn.nl humors. ( ''yl'";i.l"v,1llnit.m;1i,ufsrturo, I . ll ,ll""t' 'h'Mi .tio lmlc, or "i.,,',!,'; """ ' TJOHNSON'Si INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP Laboratory, 77 W. 3 J St., New York City, UaTB OF JIBtXT C1TT. - TBADK MASK.) The Best Remedy Known to Man ! Tir. Clark Johnson having associated himself "with Mr. Edwin Eastman, an escaped captive, long a slave to Wakametkla, the medicine man of the C'omanches, is now prepared to lend his aid in the introduction of the wonderful remedy of that tribjf Tho experience of Jtr. Eastman bein...

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 May 1879

1 fir .P.R r- Hi I HENRY A. PARSONS, ' Jr., Editor and Publisher. NlH, DEPERANDTJM. Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. IX. Z, EIDGWAT, ELK COUNTY PA., THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1870. NO. 13. I llll 111 : -. , . i . . . . J i- I' Farm Songs, i. Oh list to the Bong ot the farmer As he plys the faithlul fluil, 1 . Vow b hum of song, then a strain bright and glnd When the sultry nir grows warmer. In'citics we fly o'er the sturdy steel rail, Great ocean's outdone by the mart and the sail ' But onr songs and our measures Are not half the treasures That the farmer doth sing when' his heart would grow sad. Gently as sweetly, the ballad so Irce Steals o'er the meadow to gladden the lea ' For the milk maiden's ecstasies seek the wide sen, ' " Doth my loved one waloh and drenm but ol me ?" Yes, maiden more lair Than your song on the air, Your sailor so proud in his dreams doth behold Your song at the door, and your hair bright as gold, And sadly lie wakes -for he's still far from thee But whnt is the song ol...

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 May 1879

Ik II! Hmrj A. Tnrsf ns, Jr., - Editor ' THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1879. Senator John Logan of Illinois, who refused the Invitation to a duel with Representative Lowe of Alabama, is paid to be nri excellent marksman with the pistol. Recently President Hayes up pointed James Hill, a well-known colored man, collector of internal rev enue for Mississippi, and he was re quired to give a bond in the mm of $220,000. The Vlcksburg Herald points to the fact that while men readily went on his bond for this amount in order to show that deserv ing colored men get full recognition in that State. A citizen of Bangor, Me , has had a unique gift make for the poet Long fellow. It consistsof a pen and holder. The pen is made from the iron fetters of Bonnlvard, the famous prisoner of Chillon. The socket is made of mas sive gold pet with three of the rarest gems known to the mineralogist ttie 'white pheniikits of Siberia, the yellow zircon of Ceylon and the red tourma line of Maine. The handle is com posed of...

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 May 1879

TITURSDAY, MAY 16, 79. BSC ' Local Notes Boys now go In swimming. Garden plow ing Is In fashion. Ridgway la lively this summer. Pork, lard, ham, and canned beef at Morgester's. ' New spring hats were 'numerous on the street last Sunday. Gilt Beveled Edge cards arc now the rage. Call and see our samples. The weather during the past week 'has been dallying with the nineties. The rollicking potato bug seems to be scarce In this section of country. Onion setts In this latitude ore scarcer than negroes on an " exodused '' Mississippi plantation. Strawberries and Icecream for one. One strawberry Is about all a pprson can afford at the present war prices. Yesterday was the Inst day of school. Appropriate exercises were held In the upper room, which were attended by a room full of citizens and scholars, The woods up Eagle Valley are nil ablaze, as are the woods in several di rections, and unless a rain soon conies the loss of baik and timber will be very great. Ridgwav Public Seltools. Amon...

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 May 1879

il Hi. FOR THE TOOTG PEOPLE. Sing A fcong of gnow-dlakos, . , , Icicles Hnd frost; ' v Four and twenty snow-bird In the woods were lost'.' i ' Wlion tlio storm was ended, Hajipy birds were they, By some crumbs bciriondod, , They lived to fly away, t Shift, n song ol rain-drops, x Clouds and April weathor ' j Tout And twenty red-breasts j Caught out together. When the shower was ended, What a song was hoard About the rainbow splendid, From each dripping bird! Sing a song of sunshine, Beos R-humming praises; Four and twenty hours Lost nmong tho daisies. Hunt the wide world over, From sea to continent, You never will discover Where the hours went! .AfuriJV. Presco t in St. .Vicholas. The Chimney. Sweeps' Festival Evon those poor little sooty Imps tlmt us uj spenn tncir fluys in sweep the dark, winding Hilninoys of smoky London, lmd ono grand holiday, anil that was the first d :1V nf IVfnv How they must have locked forward to this one day of the year when they could dross upandeaper, 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. — 22 May 1879

vju iwy p AjAy, ML3VSi' f. i. n n t .Ill ..'I ... t .l HENR A. PARSONS Jr., Editor and Publisher Two. Dollars . per .Annum.) r ' :;;:yOL'.;IX.. IDGWATft jrELKi COUNTY;' KO. 14;i 17 s- :?':o'f IB i J 'Lims to Iho First Fly of 1879 1 ; l)ance on my unso With your tickling loot, i , Ulno bottlq flyt , ' Sing in my cnrs with your buzz to greet Mo, as 1 lie. You will seek me out in my dnrk retreat, ! With an eager zeal that no screen can boat, ; Anil I try to slap you cloar into the swoot, Sweet, by-and-hye. . i j I haven't scon you sinoe 'seventy -eight, Little houso fly; And I see you now with the bitterest hato You can dcly. Oh, how I hato you, nobody knows, Author nt half of my summer woes, Oh, how I prayed that you might bo froze, ' Villainous fly. All through tho winter yon did not ircozo, Not much, Mary Ann. Now nil tho summer you'll do as you pleaso, That is your plan. When, in the warm afternoons, wo would sloop, Near us your wakofulcst vigils you'll keep; Precious is sleeping, ...

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 May 1879

Kcniy i. rnrtcDB, Jr., - . liltrr THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1879. General Grant and 1880. There Is a proposition before the Louisiana .Constitutional Convention to prevent any minister of the gospel from becominng a member of the Stat Legislature. At Buffalo Lake, Dakota, there is a Presbyterian church of fifty-five members, all full blooded Dakota In dians, with the Rev. Mazawacanayana, or Iron Thunder, as pastor. Governor Robinson, of New York, has signed the bill providing that the acknowledgment by married women of deeds and other written Instruments may be made In the same manner as If they were single. General Robert C. Schcnek. ex- Minister to England, has received the largest payment yet made underthe Arrears of Pensions act $4,625. For a wound in the hand he has been re ceiving a pension of $30 a month. Bishop Hemirlcken (Roman Cnth lie) of Providence, R. I., who con firmed 340 children last week Sunday, availed himself of the occasion to warn them against dime novels and kindred s...

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 May 1879

Ik JUwirfe. THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1879. Local Jioles Dusty. Hot weather now. -Potato bugs are yet scarce. . ' Prime Erie county butter at M's. For flower pots go to 42 Main St. For wooden ware go to 42 Main street. Wednesday nlgbt was cold enough for a frost. Planting a little late owing to a carclty of team work. Fruit In greut abundnnce this year if the frost will let it alone. Work on the new court house is rapidly advancing. The corner stone will be ready to lay about July 4th. The Supervisors are laying a new side walk on the south side of Main street from the post-office to the big bridge. Call on Morgester and get latest prices on groceries. Reduction in prices ot groceries this day, May 22d, 1879. McAfee, the Tailor, has received another Invoice of new samples, and it will be to your interest to examine his stock and. prices before buying your spring suits. Full stock of tobaccos, cigars and snuff, consisting of Blackwell's Dur ham; Kimball's Durham, Vanity Fair, Navy Plug, Span...

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 May 1879

.V no r i t rv ad " JOHNSON'S INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP Laboratory, 77 W. 3 J New York City, IkTK or JBHSST CITT. ' ' , . TRADE HARK. Tho E3st Remady Known to Man 1 Dr. Clark Jolinpon liming assoctntrrl himself with Mr. Jv.wfn Ka-tivmn, nn ct-.iin-d Aiptivp.lonK r hvo to YVuUtttnelkln, thu im-dirtiiff rami of the rninaii'-hps n w pri'parfd i loud his aid in th i.itm.liietioti of tliewwid. rt'nl i-jraedyof that trllttf The pxpprk'iic: of Mr. KiixtinnnJu'fnfr Mmllar 4 tTit of Mrs. Cha. t Tone nnd mm, of Washington C o., lowfi.an aci-ount of whiwo sufforiticfl wore t!irillin;'!v ti arm tod in the Aw York iieraid of Pec. t.M.i, Js;S, the facts ofhirli arw widely known, r.nd bo rnnrly paralrl, that but little men 'Mm of Mr. KasimsnV cxporirnrrn will bmgivrn i: rc. T!i-y howovrr, pultlishod In a noni vol utin rf ;tiKi-i;.-n. ontilleil, "Hovctinnd Nine Years l.i.ung the I'nmanrhos nnd Apache, of which .n.-i.ti n will ho wide liorvaftor. Nufllco it to say, f'.Tt 1.r ptivoral y-'ir-, Mr. Ivi-tnim, ...

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 May 1879

" ,! " 1 1 ' . ! ' "' "'l ' 1 . .'i- ..-. . . i-: ... : r: i ..." i ! . I. i I i 44 tK2 ft U.j'aUIl 1 ni 1 , ruciAr skit H3Tnr Winning .YA.Ivrt.I3 bar. L'9 asJufil i sl-'I i. r v ail -I . 1 1 . . . :..... 1 . 1 i . ; 1 .. . I ..1 . I . 7 f .ax .1 M r .. . .r.i atAU s:y 1 1 11 J I'M! :'it 1 1 , I . 1 J ' . 1 I t 1 1.. ... 1. 1 n ,..- j ,;. i 1 .-i . , 1 , ., . 1 t 11 . (;. I c' : 1 1 i-ttr r 15, V- - Mu'J ,A !' l0- . . "r , . . - 1 irr ca -' k ... ., .....i ., j. . . . 1 ' ; '1 : '. 1 ' RiDGWAY, elk county, pa:., THUKSDAY, MAY' 2i), 1879. ; 1 '.i: ior:: yol; ir; r4 .. ,r .. .... ..... .. YA ill. w . I i 1 i r u 1 ls 1 iii I till v y . ... . BJ. Si 1 . 1 ii 1, ... .- .cwHlI (JcotO f.'.V...-.5) w - ' . ' " " , 'At the Gate. And where were yon (list now, Mabel t . Where hare you been so long T " ' ilie moon is up, nnd nil the birds ' Hare sung their erening song; 1 saw you loitering down the path, So lonely and so late, Beyond the well and lilno trash, And hanging by the gate. I love to...

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 May 1879

m 2ft Henry A. Tamos, Jr., - Mitor THURSDAY, MAY 29, ' ' General Grant' Return. Washington, May, 25. General Grant will leave Yokohama by the next Pacific mall steamer about the lost of June, and will reach Sau Fran cisco In the neighborhood of July 20. The arrangements for an excursion of citizens to meet him on bis arrival have been completed with the leading trunk lines between the east and Omaha, and from there over the roads of the Union and Central Pacific com panies. The programme of arrange ments is now being prepared, and will be made public shortly. Miss Ida Brown of Bangor, Me., has been offered the position of profes sor of mathematics at Wellesly (Mass.) Female College. Jay Cooke was in Washington on Saturday, hopeful about his new silver mine venture and confident that the Northern Pacific Railroad will be completed within ten years. The Louisiana Constitutional Con vention has rejected a proposition that the legislature shall not be paid until the other running expens...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
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