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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 28 June 1866

TITT'1 rcuc advocate, A LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWSrAPEB, Is Published Ereru Thursday. UY OHNF. MOOHK. Tor Year in advance $1 CO STA11 subscriptions to bo paid in ad vance. Orders for Job Work respectfully olicicd. t"2)w.Ofllcc on Main Street, in the second elory of Ilouk & Gillis Store. Address JOHN G. HALL, EDiTon & rr.opiUKTon . msTom"OF K COUNT Y By a Northwestern Fcnnsylvanian. EARLY SETTLEMENT OF MDCIWAT AND VICINITY CONTINUED. Enos Gillis was pushing lkis improve, knouts rapidly on, his saw mill was in operation, and his tannery about com. file ted, ho removed his family to Ridg Tray in 1827. The saino year Levi Alyworth came in and took nn interest with his brother in building a saw mill, it was a failure producing considerable merriment at the time, thought a some, what serious affair to the owners. It is worthy of a mention. Alyworth and James L. Gillis had purchased the land of Mr. Ridgway, from the river at a point near the west end of the present bridge, thence west ...

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. — 28 June 1866

rwi'.UM-rcinl intenwlti, and more dcpcn ocm upon it man upon any otbcr sco. ticm cf our extended country. If there is a nimble State in the IVimi winch can not afford to Ktlji the New England fanatics to vtot their unreasoning lintu upon the South, that State is Pcnnyl vania. Il is high time wo ceased to be the political bond tJas of cold. blooded Yankees. In the couiing election let the pcoplo of this good Commonwealth act upon their owu generous impulses And their honest convictions. They liavo cowered under the lash of Thad. Stcveus and his radical associates Ion 'cnottgh, and have allowed themselves to "be sold to disgrace by corrupt political Fooundrcls like Simon Cameron too often Every true Pentisylviuiinn should spurn these bud men and their satellites, from ihc most insignificant candidate for the Legislature up to their convenient and pliant tool, John AV. Geary. Lancaskr JtitiWi'ijt ucrr. TUVRSDA Y, JCNE 'it!, 15SGG. john o. ham., r.niTou raorRir.TOR. j. r. moouk, i'i;iai...

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. — 28 June 1866

joh wnnir ttguth sheet band bill, 60 oopte or kss $ At'' ,heet hind bm 60 cp"im i 6"f hand-bill, 60 copies or lest $8FW ,hMt hantlbi11' t0 eol''os o' 'ess BLANKS. a ny 1uanlltT undr qulrei, $1,. 0 per quire ; on all amounts over that a reasonable reduotion will be made. TERMS OF PAPER, f 1.60 per year In advance $2,00 if paid within the year, and $2,60 if not paid with in that time. NOTICE. Hereafter the Tost Offieo will be closed every eveninz at 8 o'clock. On Sunday it will be kept open from 8 to 10 o clock A. M. Mail Closed at 0 P- M. L.'LUTHER, p. M. Befc,Godey'8 Lady's Book for July is on our table. As usual, it is exceptions ble, in both reading and style. k.Tho ladies of St. Mary's com. mtneed holding a Fair for the benefit of the Church yesterday. Success to their undertaking. tAMe.sre. Cowan, of the Senate, and SchoGcld of the House, will please accept our thanks for valuable docu. rnents. UflWe learn that Henry Souther, Esq., has consented to the use of his name as candida...

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. — 28 June 1866

KWCASII GROCERY STORK. . JAMES McCLOSKEY, Dealer in 3rocoric.s Ac, would respectfully inform ihc citizens of Kersey nnd vicinity, that helms pone into the Grocery business, nnl will open on or nhout tlio middle of M ny. IIo keeps constantly on hand nn extensive Mock of TEAS, FLOUR, SUGARS, TOBACCOUS, SEGARS, WHISKEY by the barrel or quart, and everything connected with a first class Grocery . Store. I will sell for CASH and consequent J can afford to pell CHEAPER than CHEAPEST. I invito everybody call and satisfy themselves. JAMES McCLOSKEY. May Sd, '66. Cm. , " SOMET 1 1 1 N C r XKW ! HOUSE SIGN St, ORNAMENTAL PAINTING. THE SfBSCIUBERS WOni) RE uccl fully inform the ciiizciis of Elk county tiint they have just started in the nboTO business in KiJpwny, nml feel confi dent tli n-t tlicy enn plcnse nil who may favor them with their custom. GRAINING, TAPER HANGING AND CALCIMINIXO PONE ON SHORT NOTICE AND IN THE most fashionable nnd improved manner and style. Orders left at this Offire ...

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 July 1866

THE ELK ADVOCATE, LOCAL ANO (jENIEAL KEWBPAPEH, H M'ublUlittl Brtrtt ThuraJay. BY JOHN P. MO'JRlS Per Year in advance f 1 50 Rates of Advertising. Adm'rs nnd lit eetor'i Notices, eni'h 0 times, ,.,.. J r!) rVudilor's ISulii'CS, euoii 1' t Transient advertising, per square of 10 lines or less, 3 times or lets....!. S M For each subsequent insertion, IA tSa?AU subscriptions lo be paid in ad vance. Orders for Job Work respectfully elicited. ISUOfflce on Main Street, in tbe second story of Houk & Oillls Store. Address JOHNO. BALL, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR . Professional cards, 1 year 6 Cfl Special notices, tier line It WW Obituirr and Mairinge Notices, rrcli 1 00 rcarijr Advertising, one square. 10 W Yearly Advertising, two Bauam lfif0 Yeai'y Adver'ing three square. "0 00 Yearly Advertising, column 25 0 Yearly Advertising, I column ?,f Ml Yearly Advertising, 1 column.......;, TO 00 JOHN G. HALL, Editor. VOLUME 7JrVJTtBEn 30. J. P. MOORE, Publisher. Advertisements displayed more than ...

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 July 1866

I )a Lunnd up all il.o stray barrels and I I xcs that night in her tumor I Joliu Guidon retired from being tho host ol ''11c Villapc Tavern," and David Bipe low rnd Mrs Martha Bir.elow look his j late, and for twenty years dispensed its hospitalities ; after which period, round in purine and person, they gave way in turn. John Cordon lived many years after, undisturbed in the wealth that by legal right belonged to Lctty. Philip Conger was not rich, but fortune prospered with him and ho grew bo. Ou the night of Martha's arrest, with the iustinct of love, he knew that gome, thing was being plotted by John Gor. don, without knowing what, nnd believ ed it to be a scheme to remove Lctty. Watching, he saw old Brown drive to the door with his cart, lie stole noise Jesslvtothc Latk (I the hoiifc. tic heard Martha summoned to the p:.rlor There was no time to lose. I To knew every step ol the house, and in a nio meiit was lesule Letty. lLerewas no time for preparation, for thonpht. While the ...

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 July 1866

lb 11; County fWbocqli T JOB WORK. Eighth sheet hand bill, 50 copies or lcsa 12.60 Quarter sheet hand bill, GO oopics or less ffl.GO Half sheet hand-bill, 60 copies or loss ffi.00 Full sheet hand-bill, 60 copies or loss 1,00. BLANKS. Por any quantity under fire quires, $1, 60 per quire ,- on all amounts over that a reasonable reduction will he made. TERMS OF PAVER. 1,60 per year in advance $2,00 if paid Within the year, and $2,60 if not paid with in that time. Jr-In pursuance of previous notice iVi vnnnir meu of this place mot on j o . Monday evening last and organized vounir men's Democratic Club. The officers of the Club, arc, President, Jno O. Uall Esq. ; Secretary, F. G. Dickin bod ; Treasurer, C. V. Gillis. On Tuesday evening a nicotine was held iu the Court llouso under the au spices of the Club, where a fine address to the young men was delivered by Win. P Jcnks, Esq. of Brook villo. Tho au dience was large, and throughout held attentive by the logical eloqueuce of the speake...

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 July 1866

EW CASH GROCERY STORE. JAMES McCLOSKEY, Dealer in Groceries 4c. would respectfully inform the citizens of Kersey and vicinity, that he bus eono into the Grocery business and trill often on or about the middle of M ay. Ilo keeps constantly on hand an extensive stock ol TEAS, FLOUR, SUGARS, TOBACCOES, SEGARS, "WHISKEY by the barrel or quart, and everything connected with a first class Grocery Store. I will sell .for CASH and conscqucnt- 1 can attord to sell CHEAPM; than CHEAPEST. I invite everybody call and satisfy themselves. JAMES McCLOSKEY. May 3d, '06. Cm. SOMETHING NEW t HOUSE SIGN &. ORNAMENTAL PATJJTING, mllE SUBSCRIBERS WOULD RE- J spcctfully inform the citiicua of Elk county (lint tbey havo juet started in the above business in Kidirway, and feel conn dent that they can please all who may favor them with their custom. UnAlMMJ, PAPER HANGING AND CALCIMININO DONE ON SHORT NOTICE AND fN THE most fasliionubleand improved manner and style. Orders left at this P!5ee or nt the f...

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. — 12 July 1866

Tin: ei,k advocatj: LOCAL VTi ;:. (-. !.", NS.73rA?E.1, is lv:.-tti ?;; : . 7, Th urs- Per Yew in advance l r, tfcayAll subscriptions (o be j '.I in nl voiicc. Orders for Job Yv'urk 1 o-jicci Ti-'ly solicited. BSOuOfllco on Mnin Street, in tlio second etory of Honk k Gillis Store. Address JOITNG. II ALL, EPiTon & rnoi'TsiKTor. ?EJ1 T.Ei) .1 lATTi.V. t?iu.Ti.1. .mt in:. (AT TnillTY.) Five hundred pounds I've saved by thrift, A rather moderate store; 0 matter ; I shall lie rout out. When I've ft lit'le more, (at fortt.) Well, Ic:in count h-n thov.s an 1 now That's better than bef-rc , And I may well be satisfied When I vc a little more. Cat riFTY.1) Some fifty thousand pretty -well Cut I have enrned it sore ; However 1 shall not complain When I've a little more. (AT SIXTY.) TJne hundred thou-ar.d sick and old Ah, life is half a bore, Yet I can be content to live When I've a litilo more. (AT SEVENTY.) He dies and to his greedy heirs He leave a countless store. His vtcinli has purch...

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. — 12 July 1866

THl'liUDA V, JCLV l'J, 1800. JtiiM o. Ii.ill, ri irnii t rroruiLi tn. . r. hoohk, ri'm-i-siiru. ICR OuVEUNUK, HIESTKU CI ArM Git, Of J5KUKS I'OLWI Y. VOTERS It HAD! Wc copy the following from the Erie 'Vitpatch, the leading radical journal in this district, livery word of it is true, .nnJ wc eaunot Lut aJuiire tho caudor and honesty with which the DitpnU-h expresses its opiuion. We publish the extract for the bene fit of those Republicans who thiuk Mr. Scofield oue if the shining lights tf the present lltuiip Congress. " What we want the people to under stand is the fact that, when :i wan who is iiclowlcdgeJ to be weulthy, Isilcd to contribute us much toward the support of the armies uf his country in its peiil 3S many of hi. poor neiyhbois, (,r has, it) almost all euscs, even alter making per-' nonnl pledges to the contrary, favored lazy, pauper civilians lor office instead -ot wounded soldiers, he is just an apt to carry out '.he same menu, narrow, con temptible policy in all the ...

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. — 12 July 1866

IIkJPH Comity iWnocjii. .ion wouK. " iVel.tli slxel hnnd bill, 60 conies or le l iner glieol hand bill, 50 copies or loss 'tft'f sheet Tiand bill, 60 copie-j or lo?s $'.on Fill' sheet ImnJ bill, 60 copies or less $P.OO. M.ANKS. . For any quantity nndrr five quire. ?1, 6" per quire , on nil amounts over t lint n reasonable reduction will he mnde. TERMS OF r.APKH. $ l.fiO per year in ni'vnnce i?i.00 if rnid wi'l'n ihe year, nnd $2,60 if not paid with in flint lime. N'OT I c E . Yrrpffpr the Post Offiee will he ebwed every evenine: 8 o'clork. On Sundav it will be kept nren from 8 to 10 o'clock A. M. Mail rinsnd nt 6 r- M. L. LTTTJIKR. P. M. A yet we have not seen that Base Hall Club formed in Rnljjway. What is the mutter? Is there not en. terprise enough nmnng the young men to have one ? Who'll move 7 Incendiarism. On Saturday night of June 30th, the house of Alfred Pear rh!i of Jay township, was destroyed by fire, supposed to bo the work of nu in cendiiiry. Loss probably $2000. egyNei...

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. — 12 July 1866

EW CASH GROCERY FTOKE JAMES McCLOFKEY, Dealer in 'Groceries &c, would icq ret fully inform the citizens of Kerrey nnd vicinity, Hint lie liiis cone into (lie Grocery liusiiicps. rnd tv ill open on or about the middle ciiUny. lie keeps constantly ou baud an extensive steck ol TEAS, FLOUR SUGARS, TOBACCOES, SEGARS WHISKEY ly tlic barrel or quart, nnd everything connected with a fir.it class Grocery OlOl u, I will Fell for CASH and cnnseqiu nl 1 can nfTurd to rcil CHEAPER than CHEAPEST. I invito everybody call and satislv themselves. JAMES MeCI.OSXEY. May 3d, 'CO. Cm. ho me t J r T x ( i x.f: vT HOUSE SIGN & 07iITA3!EXTAX, PAINTING rriin Pi r-ci!:i;i:i; i w o v l i v i I Ppeci IXiliy infoi tii the citizens of J'.lk county lli.it tlioy limp jus' M:iited in tlio above business in l'i'.i.'v..iv. nnd feel c.nfi dent t lint thry can iI:i -c Ml v.!;oiu;iy f.ivor them Willi their extern. 'ji'AIMM!, PAIER HANGING ANT) CAT f IMNINO I'OXE ON SHOUT NOT U K AMI IN THE most fiishinnnlilc mi...

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 July 1866

Mi THE ELK ADVOCATE, lOCAtAHB GKNIRAL NW8PAtli, it rubHshett Erer Thursday. BY JOHN F. MOORih rer tew in advance $1 50 19 All subscriptions to be paid in ad- anco. Orders for Job Work respectfully solicited. VtSuOfflce on Main Streot, in the second story of Houk & Oillia Store. Address JOHN 0. HALL, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR . Ha llf CD JOHN Or. HALL, Editor. VOLtrjIE 1jrVJtREIt 2 MllDGnl I, FE.11, JULY 19 th, 1SG6. J. F. MOORE, 1-iililisher. TEIMIS1 50 i'tr Year in jldvanct . . . ....I . .'aL-ia- IUU'cS of AtlvcHiinp:. Adm'rs mid Exeetc's Klolircs, eccli 0 timrs f 2 60 ti'litor'b N dt if en, each 2 60 Transient nilTerlif-ln. per squnrc of 10 linos or less, 3 times or less 2 OO or melt subsequent insertion f0 rofossinnnl cnrils, I year 0 OO rccial notices, per line IS 'fHiituary and Mmrinpe Notices, each 1 0 l enrlj Advertising, one square 10 Ov early AdTcrlising. two squares 15 00 eai'y Ailver'ing tliree squares 20 00 Yearly Advertising, I column;.;::;;.. 20 00 early Advcrtisinir...

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 July 1866

77 r,r i7, um u. 111.1., 1 1 1 1 1 1 1: a Mioi'KirTun. J. r. miiorr, n Ri.itut'it. lOIl fioVMlMlR, HIKSTEH CIA'.MKlt, or j;ki:k3 county. Iuvji it 1 id'ovo 1h.1Voi1. vi!-' auk nn rin: uxwx? Vn Tut dny of January, 18(34, Mr. lJooji-rs, Democrat, of New Jersey, in I11C IfoiifC of Representatives of the Tiiitril Matt, oflered resolutions, de-iLiir;.- ilir.t a State or States, " nhenrc ' er tin ! slit! fV.-Vr to vtiirn to thr ' fit 'l it, m il '?"',' lltt: ( oMtlt'tnturil 0 thr f iiititl Stiita nnd 'ii-i made iti " y vrfvmcr tht off, h.avr a riyht to ' r'-);K lack, flirt? lows nnd art of - vk n lit lay vnniiistitulinnol and ' told ; tht't trf arc fur thr :vst vnit " at, dctmtilntd, anil rlyirous prosru ' t'un of the far, for thr purjmse of 01. ' forcing tin Coiiftit'itt'iii f f the Ualfc-i ' Stttisvud n rfftomtinii of the Union " wider thf Constitution." Mr. .Stevens, Dif unionist, move J that tie series of resolutions be laid upon the tsUe; which motion was canted, by a vote of PKVIiXTY...

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 July 1866

ion work. r.gilh shtrt hand bill, 60 copies or less t2M Quarter cbcet band bill, GO eopica or less 1111 BUCCl BRUU-bUL nil flfkfllfta tt lnta Full sheet hand-Llll. r.n it,!m r 1... 1,00. 1 BLANKS. Tor anv QitantitT under fire nuires. SI.. 60 prr quire ; on nil amounts over I hut a reasonable reduction will b made. TERMS OP PAPEH. $1.60 per year In advance $2,00 If paid within the year, and $2,60 if not paid with in tbat lime. NOTICE. Hercitfier tho Pat Oflico will be losed every evening at 8 o'clock. On Sunday it will be kept open from 8 to 10 o'clock A. M. Mail Closed nt C T- M. L. LUTHER, P. M. BF.Thc Commissioners of Elk coun ty will meet at tbeir office in Ridgway on the FIRST MONDAY of August, 1866. By order. J. K. P. HALL, Clerk. (rWe propose tho 20th of August, a the time, and Ridgway as the place, for holding the Democratic Congress, lonal Conference. What do our Demo cratic exchanges say ? - ' ' a m - C7Ono day this week we were hon. ored with a visit from Gould, of the Cam...

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 July 1866

i.t the corner of the dirt; littlo street, in a'-wet December night, came back to me, and I saw tuj policeman ooco lllOTC. " It la you," I aad, " and you have raved my child fioin such -an awful tfcath." " And what -'did you save th and tnine from ?" he said, with tears in his eyes. " Starvation, ruin, utter degra tion. I ebould have been a felon, aod my dear ones paupers this night, but for you. I have not paid the debt ; I never can ji but when 'I heard that it was lyour child that lay at the top of that turning building, I prayed that I might .ve it, and I know God heard me." "And then he told me what had brought him to the neighborhood ou that night of all others in the year. " I had lost all, for I was not insured, but he was prosperous and stood by Die like a brother; nursed me through toy illness, and loaned me money for a new star in life. So that in a little while things grew bright again, and here I am, you see, as comfortable as most people" ".And the policeman 1 " I aske...

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. — 26 July 1866

THK ETjK ADVOOATH, A LOCAL AND KEWSTAXER, Is ruhlishcil Every Thursday. HY JOHN F. MOORtt It Ycsr in advance..". $t 50 i X?"AU subscriptions to be paid in ad vance. Orders for Job Work respectfully solicited. . tt&.OflLe"on MVm Street, in the second story of Honk & Gillis Store. Address JOHN O. TIALL, f- ED1TOII & PROPRIETOR. Hates of! . Advertising. f Adm'rs ord txectc-'s I'cticf.r?, tnch 6 times. X ? f fO Au'litrr's Nf.fifes. ciub 2 CO Trnrisient ntlvcrlirinp, rer rqumc f f$ wt t IU line or IcfF, 3 lirrm (r Icrp i (Jo IVr tn.ch subsequent ireertion , ftO PrnfeFKif.nril enrds, 1 vcar C W ?1 Rpeeinl nptiips, prr line 1 ' OMtiiory nn'l Mairinpc Koticr?. rnch 1 ' Your! r -Advertisi up, ere rqnnre ji-i.i Yi arly ArtvcrtiBinp, two?ruarep .' Yi'Hi'y Adver'ini? threo Fqimrcs I'O (' Yearly AtiTerlWnp, column 25 CO Y'irly A'lveriifcinp, A column 85 Co Yearly Advertising, 1 column 70 00 Advertisements disp'nyed more tlin JOHN O. IIAIT,, Editor , J. F. MOORE, Publisher. TEMtJWSl 0...

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. — 26 July 1866

TIiriZSDA V, JULY 20, 1?6'3. till' O. K11T(TR mOl'RlETOa. '. r. MiMiur, n-cusuru. j on (iovEUNoa, H I EST i: It CLYM 1:1 U, OF J5KHKS COUNTY. Tr. St traril'H M.ctdr. F,!lcwhcrt' in the present issue of our paper .will be found a remarkable letter Jrcni Secretary QVfl remarkable for i's etcprosions oi love trod regard for the v.t-iinre find prosperity of the tcWr . cuntry ; and remarkable likewise for its w.rne.l appeal iu favor of roferinj tlic questions in dilute between the differ ent sections, to !i Convention in which all the 6tatos are to be 1'epreseuled, for vlie guidance mid information of Con gress. 'What a misfortune lor our conn ry it is tlint Mr. Seward did not, in the aHy part of 1 SGI, feci aud think cud :-rT:ik as he doe? now ! A united '.'ruth, and four-fifths of the people of .Vj N'jrth and West, were then iu favor f holding a Convention in which issues a pry similar to those still remain unset tied were to be canvassed and, if possi ble, a single word from him as th...

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. — 26 July 1866

.tilt Cowty tlOloc:jk. 6h work. Eighth iticct hand bill, CO copies or less or less Half ehoct hand bill, 60 copies or Icjs BLANKS. Vor any quantity under five quires. $1,. 40 per quire ; on all nmounts over that a reajonnblo reduction will be mnde. TEH MS OF PAPKR. tl,50 per year in mlvaiice $2,00 if paid within the year, and $2,50 if not paid with in that time. NOTIfiE. Hereafter the Post Office, will be imed every evening at 8 o'clock. On Sunday it will be kept open from 8 to JO o'clock A. M. Mail Closed nt 6 P- M. L. LUTHER, p. m. (?7 Read the new advertisements in this tfKae. They will tepay perusal. l,See Advertisement of Joho F, Churls, which will be found in anoth olutnn. lt,The Commissioners of Elk conn f will meet at their offico in Uidgway w :he FIRST MONDAY of August, 1866. By order. J. K. P. HALL, Clerk. BS.Tbe Young Men's Union Clab of Ridgway will meet at their Club Room this Thursday evening. Every mem ber ifl requested to be preseDt. JNO. 0. HALL, President. Railroad...

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. — 26 July 1866

D JAMES MeCLOSKEY, Dealer in J roccrics &c, would respectfully inform the citizens of Kersey rind vicinity, that lie lwfl Rone into the Grocery business, and ffill open on cr about tho middle of May. lie keeps constantly on baud :tn extorsive utoek of TEAJ3, FLOUR, SUGARS, k r tobaccoe? segars, WHISKEY y the lnrrol or qnart, and everything connected v.iih a first class Grocery iitoro. I will sell for CASH nnd consequent can afford to sell CHEAPER than CHEAPEST. I invito everybody call and satisfy themselves. JAMES McCLOSKEY. May 3d, 'CO. Cm. NEW SHOP. TIN! TIN!! TIN! 11 STOVES ' STOVES 1 1 STOVES I ! 1 John Sosenhcimer & Co., WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS. ft. mary's, pa. Keeps constantly on hand and Air sale, a large and well selected stock of TIN WARE, STOVES &c. V c have rverythiuf' generally kept in a Tin Shop. Our Stock of STOV KS consists in part of ANTimJST PARLOR & COOKING STOVES, ALSO IRON GATE & WHEAT KIIEAF STOVES. STOVE l'U'K can bo had at our fchop ...

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