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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 24 September 1864

T II E ELK A D V 0 C A T E Ml, Psintnrnf Fnrrnt mfivmti that IhA r V hiding wild confcrenco, bo the lit Friday in September next, which was carried- It was moved by Mr. Shirt of Clear Hold that the proceeding of ihu Confer enco, be published in the Elk Comity Advocate, Clearfield Republican and Brookvillo Era and Jeffersonian. A coraniitto of three, having been appointed consisting of Messrs. Mo Canlcy, Hunt and Short to inform Dr. Boyer of his nomination, that gentleman appeared aud thanked the conference for tho honor oouferredon hira. Mr. Fainter of Forc?t, moved that the Chicago Platform, be endorsed by the Conference, which was carried. On motion, three cheers were given for McClellan and Pendleton ; thrto for Hon. Wo. Bigler and three for Dr. Boyer. On motion adjourned. C. KRATZER, President. LAURIE J. BLAKELY, Seoretary. Ridgway Pa., Sept. 8th 1864. Upon consultation it appears that tho amendment offered by Mr. Painter of Forest, to tho motion of Mr. Short of Clearfield in th...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 24 September 1864

7 E THE E K ADVOCAT E Y; - -mmmti on e, jt t w .x xi v !,...' SSA SiiiJ '! J Tills $t. Mary's FBn JP Tip Iffin kS . t ri i , VtUBf .Riajja ruixs Jm&'ta fefca :o: I take pleasure in calling atten tion of the public to my OF Clothing For JLaclies, Ctentcnicn and chil dren. o Coffee, Sugar, n VOT II ill 1 .TsfllR lll r A large stock of Confectionary, such as candy raisins, nuts of dif erent kinds figs and all other goods of the kind usualy kept. A small assortment in the above line, will be kept on hand find sold at low figueis My stock is Call Post up before buying. St. Mary's, June -',xx v 'iwJ lui Viii.a V:J WiM W Elk County Pa. Boots ami Shoes. Tea, full and cheap. and 11, 18G4. B A L L Y ! 11ALLYI TREMENDOUS R17SII TO THE New Store AT CKNTREV1LL, ELK CO. PA. Luna, ScncKNiNO & Sneeringer' NEW GOODS II A V E COM 13 THE PEOPLE Awake to their Interest ! Ass manifested by the daily throng of Susiucrs exchanging "(jreen backs" tor UoodHi All the Domestic f',,H I . , -1 vuuuu viu...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 8 October 1864

IEOFISSIGNAL CAPES t ;ta bIT ams", AttOHKr.T at Law LOCK IT. WE X, PA. '"S0UTnER-& WI LLIS." t-vaay's atlTA,''ItMiwty l?'.k cvi P., 'will nUenl to" all profes'ioa bjua3j promptly. Oil A PIN lOvTuVUiL Attorneys and Counselors at Law, OiTic in Chapiu'si Block. Uidgwny Elk Co. Pa Particular attention given to collections und all monies promptly remitted. Will also practice in adjoining counties. ALSO. tlranoh of the National Claim Agcnsy of Washington D. C, conducted by Harvey, Collins and rure, f.ir t lie prosa cution before Congress, The Court of Cliiiinu nd the Departments of (iiivernmc-nt at V a sli i n rri on . 1. C annlimltnns for !nm lid's Widow's and Mother Army l'ensions, Soldier's Claims forliounty Money and .lr ve'irs of Pay, Patents, Bauuty Land.t, extra Pay and general claims against, the Oovera tuetit or Departments fhereof of whatever character. Those wir.hing applications of the above nature vriil he promptly and satis factorily accommodated by applying to the above...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 8 October 1864

o T II E E L' K A D V 0 C A T E ,'J'lIE AflMV Full LjTTM. MAC. A letter is- l-l'iv in. itln; RoeheM rr f'liiini uf September 'J'!lli from a man well known here, Iih i-nmv in tlio iii iiit in Northern Virginia. Writing from Harper's Ferry, September 8lh, lie "If Lincoln ia re li cliiil, c may look for four year mure of war. or titil ruin in Icnb time; but it Littlo Mac is elected, 1 think we may :1cp this thing hoticinbly tn tins whole L'uion. The sold'crs will j:ivc M'CW'llatt an immense majority v here llicy have a free olo. 1 hear that ono brigade in the 0 ( 1 1 corps took ii vo'o rv-eenlly, and in -,100 men, only cite could be found who was fol Old Abe. H; wvt iiven time to rojicnt and change liia uiiiid, tnid as likely to fall in and make it a tinuuitiMii-i tiling. If you at iioinc will do at will as the soldiers, it will bo all right The election is all tho talk now, and Lard Molds are followed by pretty hard blows, i t times. Cui Mileriug that greenbacks arc so low in valuo, a...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 8 October 1864
Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 8 October 1864
Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 22 October 1864

TERMS $1 25 per Annum if paid in Advance Satdudat October 22 13G1 NO 11 srivpn bv I resilient Jiincotn, yielded him their ready and ciricicnt support. What were some of those pledges ? First in liis oiitli of office : '! will support tlie Constitution of the Unitoil States, so help me Oml." Then in his Inaugural Address, nml with this solemn adjura. tint) fresh from hislip, he said : T do but quote from one of my speeches when I decline that "1 hare no purpose iireetj or iniiiree.tit, to interfere with the, institution of si avert in the Stairs ,chrre it exists. 1 lSELIKVE I II AVE NO LAWFUL KlfrMT TO 1)0 .SO AND 1 II AVE NO INCLINATION TO i O SO." Those who nominate 1 id el" tli full know c to amend the (.'nt in 'tn proposition by striking out all iho material provisions certainly Jill thai eon! iii;e 1 the olive blanch of pe;:ee. and p'sorting ft single .revolution breathing v.'ur and threats to. ward the. South. This amendment was carried by a vole of 'l'y in favor, till Re publi...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 22 October 1864

THE ELK orni:itiin und habits ot a particular family or tribe, Human nature finn in rivers ami stream in the vast ocean of humanity ; but its waters niinplo but f lowly sometimes they never minsile. nnd it emerges acain,' like thelthone J'roni the Lake ol Geneva, with its own taste and color. Here if, indeed, an abyss of thought and meditation, and at 'he satuo time a granJiccrclfor hg!i litnrs. An long as they kecj the spirit of the race in ii w they succeed ; but Ihcy fail when they strive against this liatural predisposition : nature is stron ger than they are. T?ut why thus enlarge upon a topic which has undergouc no much, and such frequent discussion ? Why because his idei of woiking out negro equality on the part of our opponents is the. vnbntis of our present poli'ieat llmyile. Let no mini be mistaken. This is really (lie le i ling is-ue t the present moment between hc two p irties. To tarry out tliii idea has r, ni m he the rutin i. if not the sole pur- post of the tear whic...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 22 October 1864

T HE ELK ADYOC A T E Sorts Throat. Tho?e nfflieted with (Vm:hs, Hoarseness, Irritation nnd Sore, ncss of the Throat, will find nnthinc so cfficacions as a Throat Remnif. as l?rnwns Bronchial Troches. Fold by all Druggists. DENTAL. Dr. C. W. Stol 'ii"!!. Denti-t. in now in town stopping at the "Hyde House," wher he will remain during the profit cr part of next. week. Those of our readers havinir defective teeth and wish inrr them repaired or replaced, have now an opportunity of availing them. ' selves of the services of a well known and reliable Dentist. Jsfl-Pr. S.. will revisit UMpwav at intervals of which due notice will he given. Thcso interested should call and examine his work and post them selves as to prices. Ki.k County Elkctio.n-Oiticiat..-Uelow we "ivc the official vote of this county. Vc have increased our ma jority over 100, and promise certainly, a larger majority in November CONGRESS. William Biplor, 5 Glenni W. Scufield, 17 Lenni W. Schoefield 21 ASSEMBLY. T. J. Boyr,...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 22 October 1864

' p an mm !.. mr.-xmimn THE ELK A D V 0 C A T E a l v I", fi -0- TREMENDOUS RUSH 3 AT CENTREVILL, ELK CO. PA I A' TIK, SnilEMNCl & S.NF.EHINUF.R SEff COODS II A v e C 0 M E THE PELOPE A WALL li THP.1R IXTF.RLST ! Ass ni-xfii Vrf-o.l by the. daily (hrnng o S m mors exchanging "green hacks'' l'ur Guoda ! Ail tlie Domestic Cotton Onmls are 'nigh. Customer, oil-? and nil exclaim How Cheap Your Drcs3 Goods ARE iir ttui-k consists of I) r y 1 o o s Hals & CPj C roccrics CLOTHING TIN WARE, HARD WARE Oils and Paints, 9 Wooden Ware Pork & Floi! It is uso'e-.-i for us to attempt, to r full list of our stock, but invite : nd fall, to drop in, aud examine 'ihemsclves, :ive one for vUutter, Eggs, Potatoes, Grain Hides, Calfskins and all country produce I.eu at market price, for goods. Centrevillc, April 25th, 1SC.:5. llidgway Markets. Corrected wcetkly: TO T1IK WW i&l mi jPr'-G ri -L-rr. " n v; TV 1 I ! Apples, (dry) bushel - - $ 3 50 ;iuek wheat " " . - . 1 11O Reans, " "... 4 0...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 5 November 1864

it -jr . , i. x. a y a m o , Attorney a t L a w PROFESSIONAL CARDS JL- mm A v- r SOXJTIIERr& WILLTS. Attorney's at Lnw. Ridgwsy Elk (n ty. Pa., will ntten4 to nil profession icepi promptly. CIIAPIN !i WILBUR. .ii i r (r - JCJ 3 HII'l WUUllHriei B nl) JilW, VU1U inin s uioeu, ltuitrway JMk .o. la ular attention given to collections ali monies promptly remitted. Will so practice in adjoining counties. ALSO, Branch of the Rational Claim Agency of Washington D. C, conducted by Harvey, Tolling and .Bruce, for the prose cution before Con irress, The Court of Claims and the Departments of Government, at Washington, D. C, appll ations for Ini a Ua s Widow sand Mothers Army Pensions, Soldier's Claims for Bounty Money and Ar rears of Pay, Patents, Uounty Laml, extra ray and general claims against the Govern mcnt or Departments thereof of whatever oharaoter. Those wishing applications of i ne anove nature will lie promptly ana satis factorily accommodated by npplying to the aoove named fir...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 5 November 1864

T II E E L K A I) V 0 C A T E m8 -"PS . L jSJesurcto -examine your elcct- tornl ticket before voliii"', uml v. .y 0 see that the names are the same as those here subjoined. There is uothing too contemptible for tho Abolitionists to resort to, to keep thomselves, in power, and they may circulate spurious tickets. See that every name is right, Tho following is a correct list of tho McClellan electoi-3 ELECTORS. f ELECTORS. ROBERT L. JOHNSTON, RICHARD VAUX, William I.oughlin, Edward R Ilelmbold, Edward 1'. Dunn, Thomas M'Cullough, Edward T. Hess, Philip S. Gerhard, George G. Lei per, Michael !?eltzer, Patrick M'Evoy, Thomas II. Walker, Oliver S. Pimmick, A Irani I?. Punninj, Paul Leidy, Robert S wine-ford, ' John A hi, George A Smith, Thaddeus Bauk), ugh M nit girasry, John M. Irvine, Joseph M. Thompson, Rat-solas Brown, James P. ISarr, William J. Kounf, William Montgomery. ROBERT L. JOHNSTON, RICHARD VAUX, Williinn I.onarblin, Edward R. Ilelmbold, Edward P. Punn, Thomas M'Cullough, Ed...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 5 November 1864

T II E E L K A D V 0 C A T E Bhu." It iaita onr mm times so well, and car own grand ldiors, that I must transcribe it . "Come froip deep glen, find From the inoiinlain so rock : The war-pipe and pennon Are at Iovcrloshy ! Come every hill.dlaitl, and True heart that wears one Come, every steel blade, and Strong hand that bear ono. .'Lo'Sve uiitonded the herd, Tho flock without shelter Leave the corpse uninterred, Leave the bride at tho alta' ; Leave the dour, leave the slecr, Leave nets and ha rues; Come with your fighting-gear, Broadswords and targes ;" Helen sang it with spirit, and listen iof to tho stirring word-, the blood thrilled iu Hugh's nerves. "These are thrilling word, Helen just what I neodea." ""Ah! pood evening, Hugh. You come aosottly, I did not hear you. " e, they te glorious woids. I love to sing them over, to a tunc of my own impro vibin". They suit thee stirring times. Change the words a little, and they will just exprcw tho way in which our bravo l.ovs have lett ...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 5 November 1864

"Ft juta.-iajjji.uii T HE ELK ADVOCA T E Ti:r ) iulinr tniut ( r 'VV inl'i -tio:i which wo rail SrKort i.. lurks in llir constitutions of imiliilmlos ot' mull. It either produces or ii prodtued by nn en--bebhd, vitiated elate vof the I lood, wherein that Hum becomes Hi jjLeninpi-toi nt to sustain forces in their ..,,..,.. ,i leave tins i vsteni to "t.-.-iJjs tall into disorder and ''cay. Tlio scrofulous l oniiiniinnliu'ii is va riously enusid by iiidviiriiil (lisra;,o, low living, disordered dhi'usliuu fioin unhealthy i tod, impure r.ir, filth uml lilthy habits, lliC h prcftin;? vlovs, and, r.l ova nil, by the venereal infvtiiou. Whatever Le it -i ripn, it is hereditary if the constitution, Yscriidii-,:; " from are:r. to ehihlretl unto ifio third nr.d fi-urtli ni'tv -ration ; " indeul, it f ei-ins to he the rod of l':ni v 'i- i ;iy., ' I will v i . : i r the iniquities of IV.' Cither upon their liiMrcn." The. discac i it originates taliu various nmi-s, necoi-'lhitJ to oru-nn? it : t...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 19 November 1864

?T!'"r4,-7 ' r PKOTESSIOSAL CATtDS Pl-rrt-f7)-r(N'r&jA mgtiij x...x. a. 1 I u, T T. A K U A M Q w - WW M Ul AttonntT At Law LOCK fiAVEX, PA. SOTJTHER& WILLIS. Attorney's at Law, Ridgway Elk con tj Pa., will attend to all profession business promptly. CHAI'IN jTwiLBUIt. Attorneys ami Counsi lers at Law. Offie in Chapin's Block, Ridgway Elk Co. Pa . i ani'-uiar attention given to collections Snd ali monies promptly remitted. Will Mso practice in adjoining counties. auoo. iiranch of the National Claim Igency of Washington D. C, conducted by ' mens ana wrure. ror the prose- Wid the Departments of (lovernmcnt at Washington, D. C. applications for In' a. lid's Widnw'snnd Mothers Army Pension?, Boldicr'i Claims for Rounty Money and Ar rears or Pay, patents. Bounty Land, extra Pay and general claims against the Govern' ment or Departments thereof of whatever eharaetcr. Those wishing applications of the above nature will be promptly and tstis factorily accommodated by applying to the...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 19 November 1864

T HE E L K AD V OCA T E ELK AMQCATE 'T.'.iV:fIfA V'Wfo?If,'i'7f maintain Vi"e& tut pary ani ttihriStd bv oiin ; YUAttd lut ta truth, t.ibrrfy ani La. ;T favor wiry mJ io Vur itWI awt." ruhlished "veiy Sntnrday m p. m. irtnm.i T. Ridgway. Fa. Nov..l9. 1364 U. M I'KITEXOll-li CO,' ADVKRTIBEINO AQKNCY ,1 0 Nasean St.. New Yoik nod 1 0 Slate St., Toston fl. M. PETi KNGi Mi & Co., are the Agents for the Ki.k Advocate and the raont influential and lsrtest, circulatinc Newspapers in the United States and the Canada- they arc anth.ivizcd 'o con tact lor ns at our lowest rates. . IMuEead th( Communications sign 3, In'procemnit ;ml A""', St, Mary'. CPi,Tt was said and Generally believed, that alter the IV & II. It. II.! would be completed, Ridgway wou'd be a dull CQ'i hopeless place. The! road 13 l.ow completed, nnd those who hM or still hold that opinion, would do well to pay a visit to the place, and find the Hotels erowded with strangers, the town fast improving and business ge...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 19 November 1864

'it - . THE ELK ADVOCATE V ( NEW- A D V RTI3 E EN 13 E. & n."T. 'Anthony & Co., MoBufacto-ror.- of PhotdgrjpUic f Mntoriala. ff!tAAt A!B KETATt, . " 60T BROADWAY. N. T. . Ja addition to our main buiinessof rflO TOClltAPHIC MATERIALS. ve are Head quiftjjrg for the following, vi t p.tereoacopen and Stereoscopic V Views- Of tbre we have an immense aiortment, including II ar Seenes. American find for eign cities and Landenpc, Omnp. .Statu ary. $c, So. Alan, I'.t'Vuirinr Stereoscope, h r I he publo or p.ivnte exhibition. Our ifntnlogue will he pent to any address on receipt of Stamp. rilOTOCJUAlMlIO ALFl'MS. Vr were the firat to introduce theae into the United States, and ire manufacture im mense quantities in great variety, ranging in price from 50 cents to $30 each. Our ALHUMS have the reputation of being su perior in beauty and durability to any otheta. They will be sent by mail, rasa, en receipt of price. SWtlSS ALBI MS MADE TO OBtlKR.-J CARD rH0T0GRAP3. Our Catalogue now emb...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 19 November 1864

T H E; ELK A D V Q C A" T JE MljJ A rrnn'o - tm iwon's em nwtAT n BTrofoJa and Scrofulona Dineoaw. tmerg rlti, a nWi-l-ncmm rwrrAant 0 Off orrf, Maine, " 1 terra told l.wj niimtlticB of your Bimaiw-f-:U-t, bat never Tot one bottle wlikh failed or tits '.-slrca effect sod full sstisructioii to those who took i:. As fast ss our nenple try It, tlicy fiM there li- I, tu do medicine like it beioie la uur eoiuinunliy." Bruptioni, Pimples, Blotches, Puotulos, tn cert, Bores, on J all Disoanes of the BAin. From Rev. liobt. Strottun, llrhtot, ICnthin t. I only do my duty to you n'nl tin? pubii when I nilil my tpetiinonv to tU.it you ptiMisli of tin m3 'i tail virtues of your S mi i'.iut.L. II tlj-jch -r, ffed ton, hiil an nfflii-thi'j limimp l i ln-r enrs, hps, and hair fur yenrs, whl.-h wo were unnM? to rare until we tried your 8 uis.irAniLLA. b'uo lias Kcn well for some mouths." From Mm. Ai T. Tir, t nvTMnmrn nnrf mt.-- esteemed ui'fy -r iJennfntle, fiijte M-iy C A. 11 Mr dfiuzliter hns su...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 3 December 1864

"'i''1 ii ir ii 1 mil" 1 1 1 1 i i a a lamnrarrj.wirr.'i s tajlo y a, i ;j a m T. T: A BEAM S,, 'J AltOBRIT AT Law - . . . .. " LOCK- nATEK, PA. AttorttYVt Lw. Itidjfway Elk eatf y JV, will , tterj4 :4a .all profesiion wUiineee-pfojnptljj r. ; , - ,.. v -vCHAPIN & WILBUR. " Attorneys and Coonsetersat Law.' Offio inTJiapin's Black Ridgay Elk Co. Pa Particular attention given to collection and ali momcs tnvrniptly remitted. ' Will alto practice in adjoining counties. - ALSO.-nraaoh of tha Nation Claim a gnoy of Washington u. Cii conducted by HavTe.Tj Collina an&Jfrnra, fr the prose ntioa before Congress, Theourt of Claim art a the rerftTtmentil' of flovernment at WMhlnptMi. p. n . Rpp1, m(inn) fop Jn, R lid a WidowVanH MntlMt-t Armt T'eimiona, Soldier's Claim tor Bounty Money nnd Ar rears of Tay, rtent. Bounty I.a'nd, extra Pay and fn?ra1 claims agrtint the florcrn w.rntfir T)nrt.nr,etiti 'fcrnr f hx... aaaraettr. -Thone wih'nr artpliceftnn 0f i tho ".bora nature will b promnt...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 3 December 1864

tjnarr- HE E L-X A D V O C A T5 Ji,-lL.''La.V?iJ.-i!,..lJ.. Mttr that sxpected to assemble athtlfd H.iuse a few evenings frgo tor a dancs, Teke t oool boys, tbsrs u good time eom- tarAtniVKD. Several Engine it his place, to bo used in boring for oil, n the county. Wo are pleased to find Mat there are man of capital and enter, prise, ready to engage ia the oil buii-Less. Latest News. 1 Returned Deputy Marshal A. II. Head, who left hore last week ior liar, risburg, having; in charge J. II. Fisher, arrested in Brookville Jefferson county about the 23d of October last,, by Mar. filial Benson. Fisher is charged with having deserted from the army, and of twice since, receiving a bounty as a tub. stitute. The last time he received a bounty was from Sheriff Perks, of Clear field county. Marshal Mead informs us that be delivered his charge sate in GCrWe copy tli following from the wii'i JournaloC Clearfield Fa. Death ot John MThcrson, Eq. The community will be pained to learn he demise of Jo...

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