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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 24 November 1870

A ROMANTIC CRIME. The l.acnrl-nrn.o Trnncdy-TlivtlUng Htory by it Hhtt ('mnclw'B Detective The l.nsl VccA ola Professional Amnnnln. Since thd recent pardon of Mtno. La cari, convicted of being aoccssory to tlio murcior of hor husband in Visitacion Val oy, Cal., somo poiuts in tho case not heretofore known have been brought out. Ouo of Chief Crowley's detectives tells tho following story of .tho murder and nrrrst of tho criminals : Jlmc. Lacari was a woman whom you would suspect at a look. On the day of the murder she inveigled her husband into a ride to Visitacion Valley. On ar riving there a man stepped from behind ix lnrgo rock, and, after a few moments' parley, shot poor Lacari dead, and liter ally riddled his body witli buckshot. The first intimation of the murder by any one but the actors was the appear ance of tho wife at an Italian garden, some distance off, where she related tho circumstances of her husband's attack and murder by somo unknown assassin, and, in proof, led the...

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 December 1870

l&ls , i 1 - 1 . ; " U i ' . r J. C. LUTHER, Editor axd Publisher. I LOCAL AXD FA MILT JOURNAL. TEnars $2.00 a Tear, is Advaxce. " ' " ' : I ll - " " f VOL. II. RIDGWAY, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1870. NO. G. . ' . . l gj i ti I P I S3 B li ;J If v$ IF i ft K P S, nii Wi pi j 9 n! TIIK TOIC F IIK SPIRIT. There Is n low, deep music In the wind, Sounding ht Intervals when nil Is still, Ileurd only by the pure In heart, who find Joy in their daily task, doing their Maker's will. Be thev in velvet clad, or russet stole,. in hull or hut. theirs is that low. sweet J( chime, onlcmn, yet chcertnl, speaking to the soul Of Joys that rest not in this stronger clinic. Loud music cannot quench it, nor the. sound Ot mighty voices, like the mingled roar Of tossing waves that with delicious bound I.ccp onward in their fury to the shore. Nor yet the Jarring sounds of bustling life, Whose wenrv fuotHtcna toll in ouct of lrnln In dusty mart', 'mid sickening sccues of true, Till the worn spirit lo...

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 December 1870

TO. LUTH E B, Editor. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1. 18T0. Tins War in Europe. The French press i still' desirous of peace, and says the defence ot Paris is impossible. Tho Frcnsb h suffered two defeats lately, one between Villors and Scleux, and tbe oilier near Nilliers. Reports also state tlut ltowiao soldier attempted tbe assassination of King William. It is al to rumored tbat no collision will take place between Russia and England, ow. iug to tho treaty of 1850, and that a Congress of nations will take placo in Ensinnd in January, where the matter will be adjudicated, and tbat Russia is now peaceable Clearing Forest Lands. Mr. Luther: Sir: The enclosed article was written.by J. S. Schultz for the Shoe and Leather Reporter, and is desigued to correct some erroneous no tions which some people bold iu regard to hemlock land. The article refers to Montmorency, which is well known to all around this section, and tho facts were obtained of Col. Wilcox and others, who are per fectly conversant ...

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. — 1 December 1870

(Saunto Steak Rate of Advertising. Adni'rand Es'rs noticed, ae, 0 times, $800 Auditor's noticed, each 3 00 Coutums and (-stray each, 3 times !J 00 Transient Advertising per (time of 8 lines or less a times, or less 1!0'I for ccli Mibscqticnt Insertion CO Ollicisl advertising for each square of 8 liner or less 8 timet or less. ..2 00 Koretoli subsequent Insertion r)0 Professional cards. C liner, 1 yr 0 Ot) Ificul notices, per line, one tinio 15 Obituary notices, over U lines 10 Yearly .Advert iing. one-lin'f eoliinin..'0 00 Yearly Advertising, one column 1110 (iO llmiks, single quire - CO HUnkr, tluve quire 'i 00 Jlliink. ( quires, per quire 1 7.-, Itlanks, over ) quires per quire 1 50 tor bunk notes subpoenas, summons, ex ecutions, tvunnnls. constable rules, road nt.d school orders, each per dot..,"5 Handbills, eight sheet 'i't or less 1 0 " lout tli sheet 25 or less...... 'J fit) ' Imlf s'leet 25 or less 4 'i0 bole sheet 25 or less 8 00 Over 2o of euch of above at proportional rate...

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 December 1870

TIIE CNMJCH.Y tOVEKS. A TALE OV JAPAN. fanny Foo-Foo was: n Jnpnnesn girl, i.il 1 nf flia rrt-nnt Tvnn.in A run M . She wore her head bald, nnd hex clothes wore tT,.tf nnttlrnat. hnlf nnntnlnnn Eor fnco was the color of lemon peel, JDfl Ulo " " oiiuuu. A handGotne young chap w is Johnny HI-HI, And be wore pnpcr-niuslln clothes ; His elossy black hair on the top of bis head Irfthe lorm of a .hoc-brash rose, His eyes slanted downward, ns if some chap ilUU WftV I w hvom. Fanny Foo-Foo lorcd Johnny ni-Ui, And when In the usual style He popped, she blushed such a deep orange ll.ifre. - . VM linvfi tlimio-llt filloM frtn timnt, l.lln 1 U .1 u - , . - IIIDkU kllH.) If it hadn't been for her slant-eyed glance Alia ner i-u.il iimig niuc-uiuuinca Bninc. And oft in the bliss of their new-born love, Did these little Pagans .tray All around in spots, enjoying themselves In a strictly Japanese way ; She howling a song to a otic-stringed lute, On wmen sue uiougm sno could play. Often he'd climb to...

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 December 1870

u! 1T.-T. -- 1 1 J. C. LUTHER, Editor and Publisher. A LOCAL AND tfAJfJLY JOURNAL. Terms $ 2.00 a Year, is Advaxce. . VOL. II. RIDGWAY, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1870. NO. 7. i .L:'.J.lli"- FROM THE BATTLEFIELD. Good-Night. i , Are you watching for me, darling arc you looking out for me? Do you think I mny bo coining by the path along the sea? My love I with golden tresses and ever-varying chuck, And the welcome In your planers which ynur shy lips seldom speak. I can close mine eyes and see you In the mel low evening gleam. Your earnest face upliltcd by some pure and happy dream ; By the chiming oceau billows In the radiance of the west, Those, busy fingers folded for a little while nt rest. Ah! I sec you looking downward at that slender golden ring, With a quick, fiilut blush you prize it, the foolish, worthless thiugY You are thinking of the kissthat dared press your fingers, dear. I have never touched yonr lips yet, and I am lying here On the field of a lost battle, nil, save de...

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 December 1870

! glh (fount! gitoffl -jTC. LPT II E B, Editor XHCBSDAY, DECEMBERS. 1870 The Prcgrscs cf Germany. The present jear will loug ba remem bered in history as marking a new era in the annals of humanity, in tho rise of Germany to the first place among the powers cf the world. The Decline and Fall of France bids fair to become as suggestive a thetno for the historian as was the Decline and Fall of Home. Though time ruay be required to comprehend the exteut of the vicissitudes which have overtaken a great nation like France, the palpable fact of the preponderate of Germany must be admitted, and must commend itself to the conscicnoe and judgment of mankind, however much tho sympa thies of generous hearts may be extend ed to the misfortunes of France. The military triumph of Germany could sever have been gained, unaided by the intelligence acd houestywhich pervade nil branches of her public service and ail classes of her people. There hag been scarcely a blunder committed any where since the...

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 December 1870

gJ-3?A! ffy f l1!!? Hates of Advertising. A Im'r nod Ex'rs fiotiecr, too, C times, S 200 Auditor's notices, o.tch B 00 '.utions and ewtrayt each, 8 limes 8 00 Transient Advertising per lima of 8 line or less 8 times, or less 2 0 For enc.b subsequent Insertion 60 Jflioial advertising for each square of 8 liner or less 3 limes or less... 2 09 Fortiauli subsequent insrri iun AO I'rufc.SHional ca-ua. 0 liuer. 1 yr 0 0J Local not iocs, per Hue. mte lime 15 oiiiiiMt-y nnticrsovor A linen r...lU Yearly .uvi'iiii:ij. one liaf ,olumn..".0 00 Yearly ..five i-i.soig, ac column 10 00 )!!.iiks, Kintrla ne , - 61) Iil.mks, tbi"e quire 2 00 h!ai!n, 0 quires, per quire 1 75 Jlimk, ove." 0 quires per qniro 1 &u For I'Ktifc notes subpoenas, summons, ex ecutions, wnrnnits. con-table vales, ron.i in.d school orders, eaoh per doi...2r Handbills, eijrht shot 2o or less 1 r0 tn i t li sheet 2-i ot les! 2 fin ' half sieet L'.'iorU'M 4 f.0 whole sheet '') or less 8 00 Ovr2j of each of above at proportio...

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 December 1870

ClPf. KIND'S BCH1E0 TIIEASURE8. A Cheat Exhumed on the aatcrn Hhore ef J,on Inland-The Finite' ICnnqnet n jjarillner'a Island A Diamond la a Well. It ia a well-established fact that the eastern end of this island" ultiimt Mm." b Mrs- Sigourney very properly stylus that region iu one ot her moBt chaining poems and particularly the adjacent Gardiner's Island, wag a favor ite rendezvous of Capt. Kidd j and such being the case, and also that the pirates ulways buried their plunder, it is rea sonable to presume that much treasure lies hidden underground in this neigh borhood. Coin and jewelry have been found from time to time, but in piece meal, so that the "lead," as tbey say in the mines, has not been struck yet, and remains to bo discovered. Some years back a chest, containing coin and valu ables, undoubtedly deposited by the pi rutes, was exhumed on the islaud. Ttiis is a historical fact. That the shores at the eastern end or t.iil of the topographicitl fish formed by the island have...

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 December 1870

J 1 mm el a Bi Z LOCAL AXD FA MILT JOURNAL. Turns $2.00 a Year, i Advaxce. J. C. LUTHER, Editor axd Pcblisueh. RIDGWAY, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1870. ISO. 8. VOL. II. Air II U HIT AND I. BY F.MZAHETJ1 BAKRKTT imOWNIXO. Enonph! we're tired, my heart and I ; We r!t beside the headstone thus, And wish the name were curved for. us. The moss reprints more tenderly The hard types of the mason's knlfo, As Heaven's sweet lile renews earth's life, With which we're tired, mv heart and I. Ton see we're tired, my heart and I ; We dealt with books, we trusted men ; And In our own blood drenched the pen, As if such colors could not tly. We walked too straight for fortune's end, We loved too true to keep a hicud; At last we're tired, my heart and I. XIow tired we feel, my heart and 1 1 We seem of no use in the world ; Our fuuclcs bans gray and uncurled About meu's eyes indifferently ; Our voice, which thrilled you so, will let You sleep ; our t nrs are only wet J What do we here, my heart and ...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 15 December 1870

filh (fonnlg gtocatc. jrc,""LUTH B Xt7Ed UoF XlllRSHAV. t: I KMI'.KR To. 1H70 The Message. Tie State Journal, one of our ablen Melanges, and a warm snppoi ter of idc ixduiiuistration, ("peaks thus of the inffsafip- l'8 iexvs coincide with our own.0"1' is probably letter than we could write thctu should wo try: The message, with marked frankncpsi. tkGnes the position on several impor tant questions. Tho purchase ofono of the Wcit India Islands, and the estab lishment of a great tinval station in ircnt of the wain coast lino ;s urged with print force. Tho President declare that l' 0 inhabitants of Sun Domingo earnestly desire annexation to the United Stutes. The clamor for the consumation of this project will, in nil probability, be so great that Congress ni'.l be constaincd to pass ao annexation fc. The arguments brought Jurth in llic tncssago on this poiut arc ingeni ous. The rights of fishermen in the waters cK the const of Canada, tho President insist?, shall be protected ; and. u...

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 December 1870

Rate? of Advertising. l.lni'r kiiiI Kx'vs notices, sac, C times, i "00 Auditor's nni ices, each :j uo Cautions nnil estiays eicli, 8 titans 3 U, Transient Advertising per tmiie of 8 linn or lees 3"linies, or less i! 01 For each subsequent Insertion 6l) Ollicnil advertising lor each square nl 8 liner or le-s 8 times or less...- 0(1 Forench siil.eo.iieni insertion. '0 Professional ca-ds. 6 liner. 1 yr IS HI I... evil inn ices, per line, nn time 1'' Ohiiiuiry notices, over 0 lines 10 Yearly Advertising, one haf ci.liiinn..V) 00 Yearly .dvertising. o.to column lot' !(J lS'nnlis, single quire - 10 Blanks, three riuire - 10 P.!nnl..i, (i iinres. per quire 1 7o Blanks, over ti iinre per quire 1 00 For hank tmlej subpoenas, siitrimiins, ex ecutions, warinnis. con table Hales, road iii.il sclioul orders, each per dm.. H.' Handbills, eight sheet. U5 or less 1 ."i0 fiiiii'ili sheet Ho or less '2 Jjll halt' s'lect "5 nrless .... 4 ,",ir " whole s heet 2"i or less 8 00 Over :.'. of each ol' abov...

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 December 1870

A TALE OF TWO CITIES. rous younj lady be met in a Fifih ave nue stage bound for Brooks s Academy. low n Boston Merchant Found a New York I Whether sho may not learn him soiuo Wifo, The New York correspondent of the t. Louis RwihUmn, writing of wed- iinffs at Gruce Church, Bays: One of the wildest ftfttrnoons of lust we-k, the dust blowing in clouds, a amuse eventuated tu tins taoernaole n which I took gre.it interest. As there. re twenty weddings a week coming off here lust now, the romantic antece- 'ents of ono pair will not be easily look ed, and you snail have their recital: Three years ago this winter, a young Boston merchant caine on one of the pate trains to New York. Designing to bo to the St. Nicholas, ho took his satch- :1 and shawl and about 0 F. t. wns wend- ng his way thereto in a Fifth avenue letage, which contained but ono other occupant, a youug lady, ricniy and ele- cantly attired, who sat m tne turther corner, and, beyond a passing glanco at his entrance, gave him n...

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 December 1870

111 Bill J. C. LUTHER, Editor and Publishes. A LOCAL AND FAMILY JOURNAL. Term $2.00 a Year, in Advance. VOL. II. RIDGWAY, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1870. NO. 9. DECEMBER. BT WILLIAM MOIIIIIB. Dead, lonely night, and nil streets quiet now ; Tbii) o'er the moon the hindmost cloud swims post Of that great rack Hint brought tis up the ' snow ; On earth strange shadows o'er the snow are cat ; Pule Mars, bright moon, swift cloud, make heaven so vast, That earth led silent by the wind of night Seems shrunken 'ucnlh the gray unmeasured bight. Ah I through tliehuoh the looked-for midnight clangs I And then, e'en while its last stroke's solemn drone In the eold air by unlit windows hangs, Out break the bells ubove the year I'oredone, Cbungc, kindness lost, lore kit, unloved, alone; Till their despairing sweetness makes thee deem Thou once wert loved, If but amidst a dream. O thou, who cllngcst still to life and love, Though naught of good, no God, thou mayu.it discern. Though nought that is...

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 December 1870

"i'7i IT. "! im Ti T7 r a 1 1". i . X i -:: . o 'J he cstreiuu cold wctber Ins ivi (Jcn.il it almost impossible to wiikiu this office; this, in connection vith the Uu'iidn jf, is our nitctrnc for b'lel; Jute, ELf.cvii'N. Col.Ueehcit Putiimtrtir. Has dieted over the liepubiieiiii candi date I'V a majority c! lei!.1!, in the First Mtiltonal distr!ct. This gives the Mem- while wc regret the f:ir., wo !ii;c tbey vi'I not abuse their iiu: V.m iry. imm . pFATll's II All VEST,- On Mv'.dny night, eays lliu St'itn Jminxd, ibiee well-known citizens of HarrL-burg died 'I'I tir m nirs are Luiber lit tec, in the Z'ld ycarot his ago; Pornai.'. (.'.! m f .lnilf grd about oS; and Samuel It-.bi.-on, in ihc-flst year nf hit age. Thn former, bas held different positions ol'tiust. lhnui:!i of late years he hits bee ti t nea ped ia tliC cloili inir business in thi.- ;it Jo was a member of the Locust Street l. V. Church, and one ol the leaders tf itn' choir. 1 1 c possessed maiiy ex eeller;! Mieial trtti...

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 December 1870

X ewew.ii,jfti,iL w-rtA I, f ,M4v Ci .1 t.v. ur ,wyui yiijuii , u m I v, . 'Hares of Advertirin. A.lioViiiid Ex 'rs notices, auc, f. times, $;100 Auditors notions, each, , 3 (A) Commits and estiaya each, 3 limes 3 0) or Ii-.-!)- 3 times, or Ipss 2 01 For each Kiibsi-qiit-iit Insertion oJ Ollicial aMvertiHtig Cur cnr.h iiiiire or 8 liner or less 3 times or less.. .2 00 For each ?uhspiiieiii insertion l'rol'cxi nul cu'ils. 5 Imor. 1 yr 'I t,:i Local per line, on time Ohiiuiiry nulices, over (I lines li' Yearly .iveniMii)f. one lmf column.. 5(1 (Ml Yearly dvpi lisiiipr. o ic ccliiniii 1") ) l'L.tik-. pintle quire.. 2 fid Plunks, three quint 2 I 'l Cianki. 6 quins, per quire 1 75 P.latilts. over (i quit-PR per quire 1 CO For bank n-oes smbptK'iia. Koinmons, ex ecutions, wnrrmii. con lablo titles, rnml m.d school orders, cadi perdoi.. 2 Handbills. pilil sheet 25 or leas 1 fjil ' fourth fchecl 25 or less 2 5') ' half s'icel 25 or loss 4 fl " whole sheet 25 or less 8 00 Over 25 of rath oi'...

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 December 1870

AITUMN. Ab, Tom, my fricud, Mi Autumn. Don't jon OU Tie faded blossoms bow their Limits oud dlef There, Lenr the apples uiMujr from tbo tree. As friend, are fuiliug ucur to you uud X. Bco yonder mnn with cider apples pas, A heavy loud for that poor liorso to draw j Tom, will you drink your elder from a gins f To me 'tis sweeter coming through a straw. Let's drink It now 'tis sweet, my dear old friend : Let's drink it now 'tis harmless apple Juice, For If we watt 'twill sot us tip on end, And make us to our friends of little use. The chestnut burrs Jack Froet has opened wide i There ffo the boys a nutting to the wood I When winter winds sweep by the bright fire side The chestnuts and the butternuts are good. Lonit years ago, before we prcw to men Those tangled bushes oft we've travelled through ; The woods are smaller now than they were then ; The circle of old friends Is smaller, too. The buskers labor well In yonder field ; Another busker on the fence cloth rest; The hollow In that...

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 December 1870

s J. C. LUTHER, Editor and Publisher. A LOCAL AND FAMILY JOURNAL. ' Terms ?2.00 a Year, nr Advakc VOL.11. , RIDGWAY, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1870. NO. 10 0Ctt SHIPS." In these bright summer mornings when I row Up from the Bay upon the Brood Mnumee, Amid the stately bouts that come and go, I meet tho toy ships Koine out to sen Each ship a board propelled by paper sails, And given with shouts to billows uud to gales. Ah, happy boys! that launch your ships away, Playing the merchant long before your time. n e men are iikc you to our dying day, Still seiidlnif shins to everv di.iu.it riling: And tome men's ships come back to their own shore, And some men's sbip come back to them no more. In yontb. our shins to fetch n T.ovp w nnt. (Long siuce they went in those glad days of uiu;. Some went for Fame, and some for Power went, And theu we sent whole fleets to bring us guiu, ' , . And ol nil the ships we sent across the main Not one in thousands came to us aguin. But I believe our ships...

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 December 1870

"WW-rBVBi (filli dlmintn adiocaie. I'LL -i.li.- V. mi i I .M i '. K .'J. if i), V SKT-- !!. li?.'!!!?! Tlie tiUtlUO I'O J IM .llllj,' itid ,:. 4 red U U'lImM )tiiini-ii.iij n vV'.lklii this office; tl. is, iu coiiuitiii ii van lite Holidays, ii rur i unifo tur buck dale, In o dor to meet II. o requirement of the law for our leitl a J vci tienir nir, wo arc obliged to ii-sue thiee numbi-is ibis week, and a wc can not procure compositor for tlie occimoii, ure obliged lo uo tbo saiuo nutter, on tu'iM nine, tiiat wo used in our lust inane. Df.atu'8 Hauvkm- - till Vmd.y sushi, ray il,n (Kt.f. ,... i(,i, tin vc!l-kni,wn c,t fin i t' II . i n'.- : i. Tt ir iluks mi-Lt I tt line , hi t: -. llZdyeuroi Ins ii;e; l.tmiti (Jat I I tutd about 88 mid .. i.t i R. i.... ,. :n the 4Lt jcur of lu a o Hi,- ;.,rinir I bus held dffjreut it-Minns tfimt;.j though o( late e:ir.-t he has bedim n fed io t ho c'u. Ii.ru lu ro in th.jn Jc W8 a 11)1 (llli( r id .1 i;e LniUM S'')e! ! M. ft Church, und ere ct the...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 29 December 1870

Y 61k Zoning g&ttatt KalPfs of Ad vcftislny;. A.t n'r and Ex'rs notice, etic, fi limes, $800 Auditor's notices, each 8 00 Coiiuon3 mill esliays e.ch, 3 times .1 i)l Transient Advertising per some of 8 line'' or less- 8 times, nr less - " ' For each subsequent ln.cvlinii. W Uiiicial advertising fur eieli square ' liner or lo- 8 tunes or les 2 For each subsequent imti-r ioa fl Profess! mill c.i'ilg ft l.ucr. 1 'r Local u.iliees. per lino, "lie time 1 Hoi nary initio"-, over ll b'c Yearly Ailverl isimr. one !''' cn'iimn,.:'!! (10 Yearly i. d vet I ismp. o tn ct-liunl VKl (Hi Islniiks. single quire ,.!2 Till Klsiiks, I luce quiii- 'J III ISUuks. 6 quires. Pr quite 1 7." Plunks, over ti quires pev qi, ,ie 1 60 for rmik n ..ics subpoenas. Muii'fioie' x eim ii.ni, wurtitii'M. n:m tudle 'ill's, res. I i t. ! school orders. imi-Ii (..''i.ii '1T Kandhi!ta. e'lif sheet 'i' c.r i-ss Till loui'ih sheet lio or b-ns. iVi IWif c'tcpl. i.' or ices ... 4 ,V1 " whole sheet. I'., i,r less ,...f 00 ...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
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