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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 12 February 1870

J)OARDING HOUSE, l Near the Depot, Wiloox, r. ' MARTIN SOWERS, Proprietor. The undersigned has opened a large bcardirg house at the above place, where he ii amply prepared to satisfy the wants of those who may avor him with their custom. nov'OltiiO, QIIARLE3 HOLES, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, ENGRAVER JEWELER, Weil end of Hyde HouBe, Ridgway, l'a. Sells as Cheap as Ever GOLD AND SILVER WATOAliS, Clooks, Jewelry, Silverware, XX VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS, Speotaoles, I'ena and Feuoils, Exclusive gcnt for the snle of ALEX. MORTON'S GOLD TENS. . Repairing Watches, etc., done with the same aoouraoy as heretofore. iOv20,'6'.Hf tOMETHINQ NEW IN RIDGWAY ! 'BOOT & SIIOEESTABLISI1MENT ! The subscriber tabes lliia tnzthod of inform ing the oitiiens of Rldgway and vioinity that lie has opened a BOOT & SHOE STORE, in the room lately occupied by Henry S. Thay er in the west end of the Hyde House, where way be found a general assortment uf' Ladies Shoes, Geutiemens' Coots and Shoes, Boys' Boots ...

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 February 1870

NO. 19. RIDGWAYi PA., FEI3.19; 1870. VOL 1. PUBLISHED WEEKLY, AT $1 1' E II , I JT v u w . Rales of Advertising. Adra'r nnd Ex'rs notices, cac, 6 times, $ 8 00 Auditor's notices, each 3 00 Cnu'.ious and Estrays each, 3 times 3 00 l'ransient Advertising per Bqure of 8 lines or less 3 times, or less 2 00 For each subsequent insertion 50 Official advertising for each square of 8 liner or less 3 times or less .2 00 For each subsequent insi.'tion 60 Professional cards, 5 liner, 1 yr 6 00 Loal notices, pgr line, one time IS Obituary notices, over 6 lines 10 Nearly Advertising, one-hnlf column 60 00 f early Advertising, one column 100 00 Clanks, single quire 2 60 Blanks, three quire 2 00 Blanks, 6 quires , per quire....'. 1 76 Blanks, over 6 quires per quire 1 50 For hank notes, subpoenas, summons, ex ecutions, warrants, eonstable sales, road and school orders, each per doz...25 Handbills, eight sheet 25 or less 1 60 " fourth sheet 5 or less 2 60 Lalf-shcet l!'orlesB 4 50 vfholo sect 25 or...

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 February 1870

& founts Jpwrtate. J. 8. S 0 R D WELL, Ed Hot, SATURDAY, FKBRUART 19 187.0. CORNPLANTER. Jrom Daj'i History of Pemuylvanla. Few names are more distinguished in the frontieir history of Pennsylvania tliun that of Ccrnplantcr. His Indian name was (7a-mo-di-euh, or Handsome Lake. lie was born at Conewagus, on the Genesee river; being a half-breed, the son of a white man named John O'Bail, a trader from the Mo hawk valley. In a letter written in lafcr years to the govenor of Pennsylvania, bo thus speaks of his early youth : "When I was a child I ployed with the butterfly, the grasshopper, and the frogs j and as I grew up I began to pay some, at tention and play with the Indian boys in the neighborhood ; and they took notice of my skin being of a different color from theirs, and spoke about it, I inquired of my mother the cause, and she told mc that my father was a resident in Albany. I still ato my victuals out of a birch dish. 1 I gr;w np to bo a young man, and married mc a wile, a...

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 February 1870

Car, Time nt Mlltlgicay Erie Express East 0:41 p. m. do do West r:30m m. do Mail East 2:"i0 p. m. do do West 2:00 p. m. Cecal Freight East 11:00 a. tn. do do West 3o P- m- Elk Lodge, A. Y. M. Plated meetings of Elk Lodge will lie leld at tlieir linll on tin second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. J. K. WHITMORE, Sec'y. I. 0. 0. T. The Regular mccli"gs of Ridgway Lodge, No. 2)0, held every Wednesday evening at dieir Lodge Hoom. H. A. rARSONS, W. S. AGEHTS FOK THE ADVOCATE. The following named person? are authorized igents for the Adrnenle to receive subscrip tions, advertisins or .lub work, take pny there for and give receipts. Wilcox. A. T. At.nmcu, J. L. Bnow.s. Kane. Frank W. Msecr. Johnsonsburg. Isaac Haoan. Et, Marys. Cn s. MeVuAi. Ccntreville. Itojinu It. LnAni, Maj. Rurkb. Caledonia. W. P. Fmith, 15. A. Vki:i. Ber.nezctlc. John C. Harm, J. tt. Bnows. Shawniut. John FArnnn. Spring Creek. A. W. Irvjv. Highland. T.r, vi Et.r.oTiionrE. Hovlon. D. C. Ovstkb, X. M. FnrrKWAT. Ice f...

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. — 19 February 1870

TILL AHLAD I OCR GREAT BOSTON DOLLAR STORE! We want good reliable agents in every part of tho oouritry. By employing your spare time to form olube and Bending us your orders, you can obtain the most liberal commissions, eithou in cash or merchandise, and all goods Bent by us will be as represented, Bnd we guarantee satisfaction to every one dealing at our house. Agents should collect ten eents from every customer, and forward to us in advance, for descriptive checks of the goods we sell. The holders of the checks have the privilege of either purchasing the article thereon des cribed, or of exchanging for any article men tioned on our catalogue, numbering over 6U0 different articles, not one of which can be pur chased in the usual way for the same money. The advantages of first sending the checks are these : We are constantly buying small lots of very valluable goods, which are not on our catalogues, and for which we issue checks until all are sold ; besides, in every, club, we will ...

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. — 26 February 1870

1 , t "' te : VOL 1. L. IUDGWAY.PA., FEB.2G, 1870. NO. 20. III' .' a :l I I I il I I I II i Fl BIAS 11 ED WEEKLY, A T Si I il I .1 .V .f V TJ . Mi "llntes of Advertising. AdtVr nnd Ex'rs notices, eac, 6 times, $ 8 00 Auditor's notices, civcli, 3 00 PHti'io'ns nnd Estrnys cncli, 3 times '....8 00 J'l'antiient Advertising per squre of 8 lines or less 3 times, or less 2 00 For ench subsequent insertion f0 Jliicinl ndvcvtising for cneh pquaro ot'8 liner or less 3 times or less 2 00 rorcncli eu'iseiient insertion All Professional cards, 6 liner, 1 yr I.oal notices, per lini, one time 10 '.Ibllunry notices, over 6 lines 10 Vearly Acivortiting. one-halt column AO 00 Tenrly Advertising, one column....... 100 00 Dlnnks, single quire 2 AO ninaks, three quire 2 00 Wanks, 0 quires , per qnire 1 75 lilanks, over ( quires pur quire 1 61 Tor bank notes, subpoenas, summons, es- criiuons, v.'nrrnnis. eousinbip Miles, road and school nrdors. each per dor. ..25 Handbills, eight sheet 21 or less 1 'jO ...

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. — 26 February 1870

r V l!t Ccunfjr gulictc. J. 8, B 0 R D WELL, fit tot. FATURIHY, FEBRUARY 20 1870. 1XDIAX WANTS AXD GlllEVX VL'S. A Mesrago has reached the war depart, merit, signed by chiefs of tlio Aricltarcosi, Gros Ventres, nnd Mondarm, directed' to , General Hancock, in which they" relate their grievances and wants, staling thui . uotwitbstanding the treaties which thoy liavo made with the Government, and the firicndliness entertained for the white.", they have never been assisted by their Great Father to protcet themselves against their enemies, the Soux, with whom they could be triends if they would join them rqainst the whites, which they often have teen asked to do They also state that the Sioux arc supplied with plenty of fat b;. fy, beef, bread, sugar, and ceffee, while they bavo to fight on empty stomachs, and rot only are they fed,but they tide on horses pnd mules stoleu by them from the Great Father's pcrplo, all of which leads the enm plainf i t't believe that their condition would be...

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. — 26 February 1870

OrKi- (oimln g (karate. Vttr Time at ithtgtvtiy. (trie Exr-ves East 9:41p.m. do do West H:B. m. do Mail East -;60 P- do do West ; 2:00 P- m- iecal 1'rcight. Hast 11:00 ' m" do do . Wont 53SP- m- Elk lodge, A. T. M. Stated meetings of Elk Lodge will be Jeld al their hull on the secoud nnd fourth Tuesdays of each month. J. K. WIUTMORE. Sec'y. 10. G. T. The Regular meetings of Ridgway Lodge, Wo. 2ru, held every Wednesday evening at heir Lodge Room. II. A. PARSONS, W. S. AOS NTS FOR THE ADVOCATB. The following named persons are authorized gents for the Adrocttr to receive subscrip tions, advertising or Job work, take pay therc fer and give receipts. Wilcox. A. T. Ai.nmcn, J. L. Enow. Kane. Frank W. Mf.kck. Johnsonsburg. Isaac Hao.s. St. Marys. Ciias. McVean. Centreville. Homer ICLf.aoh, Maj. Rurke. Caledonia. W. P. Smith, B. A. Wekb. Bcnncictte.-John C.'Earh, J. W. Brows. Shnwmut. John Fa.rrkt. Fpring Creek. A. W. Invis. Highland. Lkvi Em.otiioiii'K." Morion. D. C. OvsTEit, N. M. R-nccK...

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. — 26 February 1870

QTILLAULADI OUR GREAT BOSTON DOLLAR STOKE ! We want good reliable agents In every part of the country. By employing your tpare time to form clubs anil Bending us your orders, you can obtain the most liberal commissions, eithou In cash or merchandise, and goods Bent by us will be as represented, and we guarantee satisfaction to every one dealing nt ourhonse. Agents should collect ten cents from every customer, and forward to us in advance, for descriptive checks ofthe goods we sell. The holders of the checks have the privilege of either purchasing the article thereon des cribed, or of exchanging for airy article men tioned on our catalogue, numbering over 6('0 different articles, not one of which caa be pur chased in the usual way for the some . nioncv. The advantages of Hrst sending the checks are these ! We are constantly buying small lots ofjery valluable goods, which are not on our. catalogues, and for which we issue cheeks until all are sold ; besides, in every, club, we will pu...

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 March 1870

V VOL, 1. KIDOWAY.PA., MARCH D, 1870. NO. 31. I - II II 1 1 11 I II riBIASIlVTr WFEKL T, .i t $2 i r. it .r .r it u . lla to s of Ad vertisins. Atir-.'r nnJ Lx'ra initios cae, (j times, $ 8 00 I titor's notices, each, 3 () i ( u.i'ti ami Ksirnys eaeli, 3 times 3 CO ' ranaieiit Advertising per squre of 8 lines or less 8 limes, or less., 2 Per each subsequent insertion . Dtluini a.ivci-tisMig t'nr euuh square of'8 lincror less ii limes orless 00 rcrc.ih BuViseqiiont insertion fit) I'l'ot'e -.-ional cii'ls, 6 liner, 1 yr , 0 00 1 o il notice, per lini, one lime 15 iliiairj notices, over Alines 10 T.iu-y Advertising, one-liny column 50 00 i :!! y Jvertising, one co'unin 100 00 l ' ii single quire 2 60 a 1 1. s, three quiro 2 00 t' .niii.;!, fi quires , per quire 1 75 r.'atiin. hit Ii quires per quire 1 00 I'cr 'ink notes H'inonns, summons, ei tjc'nt inns, warrants, ennstahle sales. iii.il hii'1 s:liool oi'tlors, each per doz.,.25 fla IV.i'.e. c!j.'lit sheet 2S or less 1 60 ' luurth slie...

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 March 1870

5ih Ojounfir gdrotpte. . 8. BORD WELL, Editor. SATURDAY, MARCH 6 1870. A WES'i ERN EDI TOR'S DESCR1V HON OF PITTSBURGH. Pittsburgh people never havo fresh a:r except when out of town. The live on until smoke aud floating cinders. We in haled ton tons of coal the first day wo were there. The people breathe the smoke, eat smoke, chew smoke, and carry it loose in their pockets. It is now seventy two years since Pittsburgh Las been warmed or reach ed by the son's rays. Once a streak of sun shine for several years condensing under rock to penetrate the cloitJ of smoke over the 3;ty, got lost, became smoked, and fell liVo 3 stunning edition of tho Black Crook. . The ladies uc smoke and coal dust for heir complexion. Little boy9 and girls fland on the eoruere with wet brooms and hj tmzfs to wash peoples faces for five cents Tfirybody is of i color in Pittsburgh. At ho post office window the clerk distinsuish t people by certain signs, it being inipossi I'e to S3e their faces for the layers...

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 March 1870

tflh Cjmtntu Q&miit Car Time at Itldfrtcay. trie Express East 9:41 p. rn. da do West R:8'U m. do Mail East 2:f0 p. m. do do West - 2:00 p. in. Cecal rreightEast ...ll:00a. m. do do West 3op. m. . Elk lodge, A. T. M. Stated meetings of Elk Lodge will be keld at their hall on the second and fourth Tuesday, of VTM0Rk. See-T. io. 0. T. The Regular meetings of Ridgwoy Lodge, Wo. 256. held every Wednesday evening at heir Lodge Boom. ,., n. A. PARSONS, W. S. AGENTS FOB THE ADVOCATE. The following named persons are authorized gents for the Advocate to receive subscrip tions, advertising or Job work, take pay there fer and give receipts. " Wilcox. A. T. AtnBioB, J. L. Brown. Kano. FraskW. Mbkce. Johnsonsburg. Isaac Haoas. St. Marys. Chas. McVka. Cenlreville. Homtr B. Leacr, Moj. Corkx. Caledonia. W. P. Smith, B. A. Wbkd. Bennezetle. Johh C. Bari, J. W. Brows. ' Shawrnut. Johji Farrbs. Spring Creek. A. W. Irvis. Highland. Levi Ei.LOTiioRpn. Horton. D. C. Oyster, N. M. Brockway. Tho ' Old ...

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 March 1870

V "TOV IS THE TIMK T0 PROCURE CHEAP X Bargains m llARNV.SS, , SADDLES, --VALISES, TRUNKS," WHIPS, &C J M. HEARD, hnvingjnst returned from Phil adelphia,' where ho has purchased a large as sortment of the above goods, along with nearly evei vthing in his line, would respectfully iu vite th ullenlion of the public to them. f!c is nl aU times prepared to manufacture to order all kinds of harness, or anything else iu his line. BOSTON TEAM COLLARS, , The lest collar for liimber'ng purpose", are KEPT CONSTANTLY OX HAND. 1 CHALLENGE COMrETliLON AS TO riitCE, SIYLE OR QUA LI Y. trtjGivo, me call at ay establishment, AI'.OVE THE CONNER OF MAIN AND TEroT STREETS, T RIDGVvAY, TA. nnvR.'HO.Iy J. M. HEARD. 1' IE ONLY RELIABLE CURE FOR DYS Pti'SIA IN THE KNO'tN WOULD. i'R. Vrinr bt'r Cheat America Iirprr.rsiA 1' '!-!.:rd Pivf. Trke Tab CcnniAi. are n posi t re An 1 inftPible erne for dyspepsia in its 1 .vf . aT;rrnvated i'nim, And no matter of how '. !'? Mau-i.n,. They pc:i?trite the secret a...

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. — 12 March 1870

Wit III ; it Id .IMff Wlptllllg 1. ltlDGWAYtPA., MARCH 13, 1870. NO . 23. VOIj t. FL'BL 1 Kit ED UFEICL Y, Rates of Advertising. Adrr'r find Ex'rs notices, enc, U t i ino, $ Auditor's notices, nth, 00 C iiu'tous and J.slrnys each, U limes il (jd Transient Advertising per siinro of B lines or less 3 times, or Icjs 2 00 Kor each BubRomient insertion .10 Official advertising fur each smiarc ol'3 liner or less ! time? or less For each subscrjiicnt insertion Professional cards, 5 liner, 1 yr I.oal notices, per 1 i n "!. one time 2 (10 ... .50 ,.3 00 15 10 Jbltufiry notices, over Dimes. Yearly Auvorlising.'oiie-half column W no fcarly Advertising, one column KO 00 Minks, single quire - nt flanks, three quire..;., - OU w.inKS, D ouiiis , per oi.ira i i j rianks, ovir (5 ouiics inr i.tilre 1 CC Kor hank notes, subpoenas, su-ninons cs editions, wturants. eons' able subs, . road and school orders, each per ilnz....'j Handbills, eir-lit sheet 'J' or lc." 1 'V " fourth sheet "nr 'ess i! i) I " ...

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. — 12 March 1870

. . MORDWSLL, Sdittr. 8ATURDAT, MARCH 12 1870. To New Subscribes. To all new sub oribeis for the EtR Advooatb, paying in advance, from this until the first ofJune, next, will receive as a premium, S. 8. Wood's Household Magazine, mailed regularly to any address. This is a Monthly Magazini, published io Newburg N. Y., at SI pel year and contains more good read ing niatler than any other Maguse publish ed at or near-tbat prioo. We hope to io ercase our circulation by this rare and lib eral effcr. Aw exchange relates that Addiew Saiif' of Genoa, Cayuga couty, N. Y., found thui a blind horse owued by him had fallen into a dry well, a few days ago, and, alter 7ari. nus unsuccessful attempts to extricate the unfortunate beast, concluded to give it up and bury him alive. Two or three men commenced throwing io dirt, but as it fell around his legs 'Charley' commenced tread ing it down. The faster tbey shoveled, the livelier he trod : and when they had filled tho well, he stood upon the surfa...

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. — 12 March 1870

Slit Cunlng, tlmnit Var Time at Hid g tea y. Irie Express Esst 9:41 p. m. do da West 8:36 a t. do Mail East 2:60 p. m. do do West 2:00 p. m. Cecal Freight East 11:00 a. m. do do West 6:35 p. m. Elk Lodge, A. T. M. stated meetings of Elk Lodge will be eld at their hall on the second and Tourtn tuesdays of each month. .. , J. K. WHITMORE, Sec'v. I. 0. 0. T. The Regular meetings of Ridgway Lodge, Ho. 258, held every Wednesday evening at Jieir Lodge Room. AGENTS FOR THE ADVOCATE. The following named persons are authorized agents for the Advocate to receive subscrip tions, advertising or Job work, tako pay there for and give receipts. Wilcox. A. T. Airmen, J. L. Bnoww. Kano. Frank W. Mkece. Johnsonsburg. Isaac Haoah. St. Marys. Chas. McVeah. Cenlreville. Homer B. Leach, Maj. Bubke. Caledonia. W. P. Smith, B. A. Weed. Beuuezettc- John C. Babd, J. W. Bhows. Shawmut. John Fabreb. Bpring Creek. A. W. Irvin. Highland. Levi Ellotiiohve. Horton. D. C. Oyster, N. M. Bbockwat. Just received at J....

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. — 12 March 1870

- . l . in U NOW 18 THE TIME TO PROCURE CHEAP Bargains ia HARNESS, SADDLES, VALISES, TRUNKS, WIIII'S, kd. J. M. HEARD, havlngjnst returned from Phil adelphia, where he has pui clinscd a large as sortment of the above goods, aloag with nearly everything in his line, would respectfully in. ite the attention of the piililio to them. He is at all timeii prepared to manufacture lo Order all Winds of harness, or anything else in hit line. BOSTON TEAM COLLARS, The best oollar for lumbering purpose, a'o . KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND. I CHALLENGE COMPETITION AS TO PRICE, STYLE OR QUA LI Y. IlUOi me call at B-r establishment, ABOVE THE CORNER OF MAIN AND DEPOT STREETS, RIDGWAY, TA. Bov,'691y 4 J. M. IIF.XRD. THE ONLY RELIABLE CURE FOR DYS PEPSIA IN THE KNOWN WORLD. TR. WisnRT's Orf.at AMfintrAN DvsrF.PstA Pills and Pink Thkr Tai Cckiual are a posi tive and infallible cure for dyspepsia in its most aggravated form, and no mutter of how long standing. Xhey penetrate the secret abode of thii ter rib...

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 March 1870

V. ' VOL 1. llLDGWAYi PA..-M AKOH 10, 1870. NO I 3. 1 A Will, yYM&M! 60 PUBLISHED TVFEKL Y, Rates of Advertising. idi-i'r and Ex'rs notices, eno, 6 times, $ 8 00 Auditor's notices, each, 3 00 Cautions and Eslrnys each, 3 times". 3 00 Transient Advertising per squre of 8 lines or less 3 times, or less.. 2 00 For each subscciuent. insertion 00 Official advertising for each square of 8 line or less 8 times or less 2 00 For each subsequent insertion SO Professional cards, 6 liner, 1 yr 6 00 Lnal notices, oer lin3, one time 15 Obituary notices, over 6 lines 10 Tearly Advertising, one-half column 60 00 Tcarly Advertising, one column 100 00 Plonks, siDgle quire 2 60 Blanks, three Quire 2 00 blanks, 6 quires , per quire 1 75 Blanks, over 6 quires per quire 1 60 For bank notes. eubpoennB, summons, ex ecutions, warrants, eoustahle sale's. road and school ordovs, each per doz.,,25 Uandbills. eieht sheet 23 or less 1 60 fourth sheet 25 or less 2 60 " half-sheet 25 or less 4 60 " whole sect ...

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 March 1870

. i. M 0 B D WELL, Bi I r . SATURDAY, MARCH 10 1870. What or Cuba 7 Queseda, the lender of the imorrcetiooarj Cubans, hai arrived in the United States. His presence heie is variously ioterperted Some sny it means the breaking up of the Cuban revolution, while the Cuban Junta at New York insist that Queseda comes upon a diplomatic mis ion, and is fully authoriitd by CcspcJcs to make negotiations for the recognition of the gem of the Antilles. The nioro prob ably opinion is, that tho revolution is at an end. The best possible way for Queseda to have obtained the recognition of Cuba wus 10 have won it on the field of' battle. Of that, recognition might have been a simple logical result. 'A movement from the field of battle to that of diplomacy is a retaeat, if Dot a rout. Tkbobh, the representative, we arc told, of the best blood of" Mississippi, breaks jail like a common felon, and flees the State with a baiter aronod bis neck. Consider, ing the very little danger there is of a Mis. 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. — 19 March 1870

5288 5289 5003 5341 6021 5025 5012 S479 4996 5001 6020 024 4996 5481 4997 5981 -5479 6023 5388 ft 482 6023 , 5479 4994 5086 4994 5020 5021 5015 6027 5026 5020 6022 5340 5180 5480 5013 5014 5009 5026 4105 4105 4105 4105 4105 4105 4106 4106 4115 4104 4104 4104 4103 4103 4107 4103 4107 4107 4884 4883 4882 4859, 4960 4960 4960 4958 4958 4958 4993 4402 4403 4110 4111 4111 TREASURER S SALE OF TO SEATED LANDS. Notice is hereby given that agreeable to n Aot of Assembly, passed 13th March, 1815, entitled "Ad act to amend an act directing the mode of Belling unseated lauds for taxes," Ice., the following tracts in Elk county will be sold for arrears, at the Court House, in Ridgway, on the seo ond monday of June next. BALE LIST OF BENEZET TOWN8HIP FOR UN PAID TiXES OF 18G3 AND 1869. Wt. Acres Warrnlce Oimcrt Ain't 5332 928 Goo Mead Jas Stokes 1125 tax 40 40 60 60 00 80 00 G6 00 20 80 00 31 31 67 31 24 60 71 40 72 00 11 72 47 40 74 20 19 60 00 20 60 5333 10G7 5335 1067 5338 1067 0344 1067 6345 ...

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