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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 23 March 1871

DRIFTING. Echoes or cathedral music Hoard It may be long ago, Linger with us unforgotlen, Haunt tig still and live and grow ; The; are drifting, softly drifting Through the wild unrest ol life, Golden organ-notes, uplifting Weary souls above the strife. Thrsugh the clamor of the city Round our outer being roll, Still those sacred notes arc tilling All the chambers of our touls ; As If touched by hands Immortal, Stray cords, tremulous with love, Drifted through some open portal Of the wondrous church above I In the gray nnd silent morning, Ere the shadows are withdrawn, When the white mist hides the valley With a veil of airy lawn ; Then we listen hearing slowly Through the stillness deep nnd calm, Murmurs of that music holy, Like the cadance of a psalm. When the summer sunset lingers Low adown the crimson West, And the weary hands arc folded With the blessed sense of rest, Then. we listen strengthened, soothed By the magic of that strain, Till the furrowed brow is smoothed, And 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. — 30 March 1871

ill WDkm HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and rcm.isHEn. ELK COUNTYTUX klCPUULlCAN PAIITY. TWO DOLLARS EE ANNUM. . VOL.1. 1UDGWAY, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1871. NO. 5. THE HAWK' NEST. ItV BRET II411TE. We checked onr pace the road sharply round ing ; We heard the troubled flow Of the dark olive depths of pines, rexoumling A thousand feet below. Above the tumult of the canyon, lilted, The gray hawk breathless hung, Or on the bill a winged shadow drifted Where furze and thorn-bush clung ; Or where, half way, the mountain side wan furrowed With many n scam and scar, Or some abandoned tunnel dimly burrowed - A mole hill seen so far. We looked In silence down across the distant L nfathomable reach, A silence broken by the guide's consistent And realistic speech : " Walker of Murphy's Mew a hole through Peters For telling him he lied, Then np and dusted out of South Hornitoa AcrosR the long Divide. " We ran him out of Strong's and up through Eden, And 'croes the ford below, And up this mouu...

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. — 30 March 1871

611i (CDuntu Staaft. Henry A. Parsons, Jr., Editor. THURSDAY, MARCH SO, 1871. Tie Nest State to Vote. Connecticut is the next State- to vote tliis spring, following New Hampshire on the 3d proximo. It is the most wavering of all Now England States and is liable to frequent mutations. In 18C8 it gave English, Democrat, fov Governor, 1,764 majority. This Avas at the spring election. In the follow ing fall, Grant, for President, carried the State bj 2.936 majority. In 1869 Jewell, Republican, had 411 majority. In 1870 the tables were again reversed, nnd English, Democrat, was elected by 843 majority. It will thus be seen that a few hundred votes have generally decided the result. In the Forty-first Congress the delegation of Connecti cut consisted of thiee Republicans and one Democrat, the majorities being re spectively 736, 424, 2,399, and 1,160 If we accept New Hampshire as a basis to predict the result upon, Con necticut will be represented in the next Congress by at least three Dem...

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. — 30 March 1871

4 Bates of Advertising. One column, one year $7! 00 .... 40 00 .... 25 00 .... K00 Transient, advertising perfiunre of e'sht. lines or less 8 times or less 2 00 Business cards, ten lines or loss, per year 5 00 Marriages and Death notices inserted gratis. Elk Lodge, A. Y. M. Stated meetings of Elk Lodge will be held at. their hall on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Q. L. McCRACKEN, Seo'y. Tomple of Honor and TemDerance. Elkton Templo. No. 8 , m iets on Tliurs ilayofeaohwoek.it. t'i Good Templars Lodge room, overf!. V. OilliV store. H. A. PARSOSS, iV. R. TriE sidewalk on depot street, near Elk creek bridge, needs repairing. We notice quite a number of rafbi "stuck" just below the Clarion bridge. The Alert Base Ball Club were out practicing on last Saturday. Pete Rraniff is "everlastingly" raiting in board:), on bis job at Ilyde's Mill. EpiscorAT. services at Grace Church next Sunday, morning and evening, by Rev. Mr. Gctz, of Warren. The old paw is verified, and March tha...

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. — 30 March 1871

GRANDFATHER'S DARN. O don't you remember onr grandfather's baru, Where our cousins and we met to piny How we climbed on the bcatui and the scaf fuld so high, Or tumbled at will on the hay ; How we eat in a row on the bundles of straw, And riddles and witch stories told, While the sunshine came In through the cracks at the south, And turned all the dust Into gold ? JIow wo played hide and seek in ciu h cranny and nook, Wherever a child could be stowed ; Then we made us a coach of a hogshead of rye, And on it to " Boston " we rode V And then we kept store, and sold barley and oats, And corn by the bushel or bin i And straw, for our sisters to braid into hats, And flax, for our mothers to spin. Then we played we were biddies, and cackled and crowed, T1U grandmother in haste came to see If the weasels were killing the old speckled hen, Or whatever the matter might fce. How she patted our heads when she saw her mlstako, And called us her sweet " chlckcn-dcars I" While a tear dimmed her e...

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. — 6 April 1871

I i - -TTi - ...... . i ... - - 7- i ... i i mi 1 ' " ' . ' . HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor aSO Ecjujsheb. K'LJSl'CO UHfTT'TIlE i.'E P V S L ICA 2V PJLtlTT. Two Dollars rxa Avxcx. VOL. I. RIDGWAY, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1871. NO. G. BUCKWHEAT CAKES. BY W. B. B. WESTCOTT. 1 litre to see, In summer time, The farmer plow the Innd ; And broadcast o'er the furrows sow . The buckwheat with his band. 1 lovo to geo tho Utile germ Come sprltiKlup up to view i And fee at morn the growing plant Besprent with sparkling dew. I love to see the blossom opc, As white as pearly snow, While o'er the field the gentle winds With laden perfume flow. I lore to sec tho blooming Held Put on Its oont of brown ; And ree the heavy-laden stock With ripened grain hang down. I love to see, in even swath, The cradled buckwheut lie; And help to rake and bind the shewes And set them np to dry. 1 love to see the loaded sheaves Before the old bnrn-door, And hear the sounding of the flail Upon the threshing-floor. 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. — 6 April 1871

6lk ctymnfj guttafc. Hknry A- Pajisonb, Jr., Editor. THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1871. FRANCE' London, March 81, 1871. The Daily Kewt't special dispatch from Versailles says the Government atop all horsea ami cattle from enter ing Paris. The mails to and from Paris era greatly delayed, and will, it is ex pected, be stopped entirely. The troops froaa the South and Wist of France are ordered to concentrate at Angonleroe. The marine infantry are et Versailles, and expect to be reviewed on Sunday in the Champ de Mars, Paris. The Indeptndance Beige states that Ulrip Fonvielle ia organizing a force of 800,000 National Guards at St. Ger ttiaine for the support of law and order. The insurrection in Marseilles is dy ing out. Lyons is quiet. The state of jsiege in the districts of France occu pied by the First, Second, Eighth, Tenth, and Eleventh Corps has been raised from March 27. Prisoners will, however, still be subjeot to trial by (Court-martial. NEWS. FOREIGN. It la reported from Rome that Cardi...

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. — 6 April 1871

(filh Chimin gjirotate Rates of Advertising. One column, on year, $ir oo i i. .. ,.. 40 00 i " 25 00 1 15 00 Transient advertising per square of eight lines or leal 8 timet or lain- 2 00 Business turds, ten lines or less, per year 5 00 Marriages and. Death notices Inserted gratis. Zlk Lodge, A- T. H. Stated meetings of Elk Lodge will be hold at. their hall on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. 0. L. MoCRACKEN, Seo'y. Tempi of Honor and TemDeranee. Elk fcm Temple, No. 8., m lets on Thnrs laynfeioh week, at tn Oood Templars Lodge room, over C. V. Oillis' store. H. A. PARSOSS. W. R. Go to J. V. Houk's for Pork l4o. Mud is abundant in the street. Next Sunday is Easter Sunday. Thater Si IlAOEnry are having their store painted inside. Pat Mat.one met with a severe loss In the death of his horse last week. Another snow storm visited this place last Saturday. Go to J. V. Houk's for your lard 170. To-morrow is Good Friday; the time to plant cabbage-seed. W. C. Geary has moved from...

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. — 6 April 1871

THE FASHIONS. Material! and Hints for Moderate Pnraes. "Woman is an animal delighting in finery." This, now-a-days, is the mas culine refrain to the masculine long of the grumblers, who, when other topics fail, fall back with unerring persistency to the subject of woman and her extrav agancies. And yet there lurks in the heart of every woman an innate propen sity fjr economy, Tet the past few years have sadly tried women's souls, when prices were bo exorbitant that the usual allowance was scarcely sufficient to keep one in gloves. Husbands and fathers, therefore, rebelled without in quiring into the cause. But with long cloth at 60 and 70 cents per yard ; Bilks, f 3 or $0 and f 8, gloves and boots in pro portion, what were women to do ? To be a dowdy and wear shabby and faded finery ! Hence, common sense came to the rescue, and, with the aid of a sewing machine and good patterns, wives and daughters, instead of insisting upon their righto, getting up a " strike," or going into the s...

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. — 13 April 1871

Bit1' i HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. ELK C.OUXTTTIIE REpUBLlCAtfrARTT. Two Dollars pkb-Akkoic, VOL. I. RIDGWAY, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1871. ISO. 7. MT OLD COAT. HT MonTIMEll COLLINS. This old velvet com has grown queer, 1 ad mit. And changed Is the color, and looeo Is the fit ; Though to beauty It certainly can not neplre, i tuzj oia coat lor a scai ny me lire. When I first put It on It was awfully swell : I went to a picnic, met Lucy Lepel, Jlado a hole lu the heart of that sweet little . . (fin, Ana disjointed the nose of her lover, the We rambled away o'er the moorland togeth er: -My coat was bright purple, and so was the ueamer; And so was the sunset that bluzcd in the . west, As Lucy's fair tresses were laid ou my breast. Vie plighted our troth 'ueath that sunset anamc, But Lucv returned t W Fml nil ti.n .,.. . She's a grandmamma now, aud is going down hill, But my old velvet coat is a friend to me still. It was built by a tailor of mighty renown, Whose art 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. — 13 April 1871

Henry A. Pabsons, Jr., Editor. THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1871. FALL of leaden is not, with the. lle publioaM, ruin of party. Like the great army of the Potomao, which never failed, though its leaders often blundered, bo the Republican party will go on, conquering and to conquer, leav ing many who once were leaders in the tear. New Hampshire come so near pon the beels of the foolish blunder of the party managers that the enemy gain a victory in what was, at most, a mere skirmish. We repeated then what was said bo foro in these oolumns. The selfish, nar row leaden are not the parly. Ours is pre-eminently a party of ideas. The principles we uphold are eternal. Men will blunder, fail and fall back, but the course of the great party of progress is onward and onward, and the lesson from Connecticut teaches preoisely this. The people come to the rescue just as they have done, and will do, when dan ger threatens. The great masses of the voters in this party, think to a purpose, and act intelligen...

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. — 13 April 1871

Bates of Advertising. One column, en jrar..MMM.,....,.$7 00 4 " ' " 40 00 I " " " 25 00 i .... 15 00 Transient advertising per square of eight lines or less 8 timea or less- 3 00 Business cards, tea lines or less, per year............... 5 00 Marriages and Death notices Inserted gratis. Elk Lodge, A. T. M. stated meetings of Elk Lodse ill be hold at their hall on ths second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. O. L. MoCRACKEN, Sec'r Temple of Honor and Temserance. Klklon Temple, No. 8., mets on Thurs day of eaoh weak, at the Good Templars boageroom, overu. v. (iillis' store. H.A. PARSONS. W. R Car Time at Illdftcay. Erie Express East 2:20 a. m. do do West 2:20 a m. do Mail East 8:00 p. m do do West 1:50 p. m .Local f reight bsi.... 1U:4'J a. m. do do West.... frOi p. m. W aotioed Hon. Jno. last week. O. Hall In town W. C. Hialy has broke cellar of his new store. ground for the A kkw culvert is being put in near the 'red house." Mas. Ross has tomato plants two inches high. How's that 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. — 13 April 1871

FORGIVE AND FORGKT. Forgive mid forget it is better To fling every feeling imide, Than allow tlie deep cankering fetter Of revenge In thy breast to abide. For thy step through life's path shall be lighter, When the load from thy bosom is enrt j And the sky that's above theo be brighter When the cloud of displeasure Is passed. . thongh thy spirit bttcII high with rrno tion To give back an injustice njjain, Let it sink in oblivion's ocenu, For remembrance increases the palu. And why should wo linger in sorrow, When its shadow Is passing away ; Or seek to encounter to-morrow, The blast that o'erswept ns to uV.y Ob, memory's a varying river, And though it mny placidly glide When the sunbeam's of joy o'er It quiver, It foams when the storm meets its tide. Then stir not its current to madness, For its wrath thou wilt ever regret j Though the morning beams break on thy sadness, Ero the sunset forgive and forget. "Tyke," the Firemen's Dojr. A few years ago the public were amused with an acc...

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. — 20 April 1871

1 -1 HENRY A. PAES0N8, Jr., Editor akd Publisher, , ELK C OUNTY--TIlE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Two Dollars per Ahnuh. VOL. I. RIDGWAY, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1871. NO. 8. TUB BIVOUAC OF THE DEAD. Tho muffled drum's gad roll bna bent ' The soldier's Inst tattoo ; No more on Life's parade shall meet The brave and fallen few. On Fame's eternal camping ground Their Bllent tents are spread, And Glory guards, with solemn round, The bivouac of the dead I , No rumor of the foe's advance Now sweeps upon the wind ; No troubled thoughts nt midnight haunts Ot loved ones lelt behind. No vision of the morrow's strife The warrior's dream alarms ; Nor braying horn, nor screaming life, At dnwn, shall call to arms. Their shivered swords are red with rust, Their plumed beads are bowed ; Their haughty bnnner, trailed In dust, is now their martial shroud. And plenteous funeral tears have washed The red stains from each brow, And the proud forms, by battle gashed, Are freed from anguish now. The neighing troo...

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. — 20 April 1871

IIknhy A. 1'arsons, Jii., - - Editor. THURSDAY, APK1L 0, 1871. The contest lor Governor of Con necticut will bo definitely settled on Saturday Host, when the vote is to lo counted. Wo have no doubt tlio result will establish tho election or the Re publican enndidate, notwithstanding tho fearful odds against which our friends there were (breed to contend. Stato Journal. NEWS. Massachusetts has -11,030 horses. .Runner has salted down $3,000,000. (Sold, in New Yorlc, last Saturday, 1101, 1101, 110. Tho weekly cxpnnsos of tho New York TrtLmw arc 820,000. Olivo Logan says she is thirty-two years old. General Sheridan is expected home ubout the last of April. A iMichigandor extirpates snakes by biting their heads off. Strawberries ore selling nt 75 ccnt9 a juart in New York. Tho Mississippi River is now open to navigation. Prince Alexander, of Prussia, is cx jicctcd to arrive in this country next June. New Orleans has contributed ?0!), O00 for tho benefit of the French suff erers. The Met...

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. — 20 April 1871

T.at83 of Advertising. One column, one year -57ft 00 1 " " .. 40 00 25 00 " " " 15 00 Trunnion! advertising per square of cipht Vines or less 3 times or loss 2 00 Business cards, ten lines or less, per year 6 00 Mnrriaccs and Death notices inserted gratis. Elk lodge, A. Y. M. ft filed meetinirs of Elk Lodgo will be lcld at their hall on thi second and fourth .Tuesdays of each month. G. L. MoCRACKEN, Seo'y, Temple ef Honor and Temoerance. "Elkton Temple, No. niiots on Thurs tay of each week, at te ;oou icmpiars Lodge room, over 0. V. OilHs' store. H. A. PARSONS, K. R. Var Time at llldgtcaij. Erie Express East do do West, do Mail F,s do Ho West ,.r2:20'. m. . 2:20 a m. ,. 8:00 s. m. ,. 1:5(1 p. m Local Freight East ..!(: Via. m. do do West....- 6:01 p. m. The weather is middling cool. See Ilealy & Horton's new advertise- mant ia this issue. 'We are favored with auroral displays most every night. Judge Sciiultze, of Reynoldsville, Jefferson county, was in town last week. All the li...

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. — 20 April 1871

Odd Titles of Books. Victor Tlugo tells tig that, being be hindhand with hi publisher in hid agree ment to write " Notre Dame de Taris," he locked up his clothes, bought a knit ted woolen suit, and Bhut himself up in the houso for a few months until his work was completed, lie had also on the first duy prepared a bottle of ink, the last drop of which was finished with the last line. This gave him the idea of naming the book " The Contents of a fcottle of Ink," which, however, be did not carry out, considering the title he had already chosen more to the purpose. Borne years after, his friend Alphonse Karr, who thought the idea a charming one, begged it of him, and published under this name several novels among others, his master-piece of wit and emo tion, " Genevieve." In every age it has beon a matter of great consideration with authors as to the title under which they shall issue their works ; publishers agree with them in the importance they attach to this point, as the publio are...

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. — 4 May 1871

'3 ,1 HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr, Editoh and Published ELK COUNT Y THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Two DoLt.vr.3 TEH Akstjm. VOL. I. RID G WAY, PA., THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1871. NO. 10. fist TUB RETURN OF TilK BIRDS. I hear, from ninny a little throat, A warble interrupted long ; I hear the robin's flute-like note, The bluebird's slenderer song. brown meadows and tho russet hill, Not yet tho haunt of grazing herds, And thickets by the glimmering rill Arc all alive with birds. O, Choir of Spring, why come so soon ? On leafless grove, and hcrblcss lawn ? Wnrra He the yellow beams of noon; Yet winter is not gone. For frost shall sheet tho pools again ; Again the blustering East shall blow; Whirl a white tempest throngh the glen, And load the pines with snow. Stay, for a tint of green shall creep Soon o'er the orchard's grassy floor, And from Us bed the crocus peep Betide the housewife's door. WHAT IS WOMAN WITHOUT I KINO LINE? Aunt Jerusha the heroine of this " o'er true tale " was a fatalist, for she firml...

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. — 4 May 1871

1 .11 khrt A. Parsons, Jr., . - Editor. 18 THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1871. Republican Majorities. In Pennsylvania, as io wort other States, the distribution of Republican majorities it much more uniform than is the distribution of Democratio ones. .Like the plague and most other infec tions, tho domination of the latter party is always confined to certain districts, where it has full supremacy. In this State the heaviest Democratio counties ore generally those with the smallest population, and which undor an appor tionment bill must necessarily have a .small representation. On tho other hand, the Republican majority is dis tributed over a large number of coun -ties and embraces a much greater area f territory. This fact is shown in the city of Philadelphia, where only nine of tthe twenty-nine wards, on a fair division, can be carried by the Democrats. It is exactly tho same all over the State. No apportionment can be devised to give the Democracy the representation they claim without emascul...

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. — 4 May 1871

Kate3 of Advertising. One column, one year...... ..$7 00 .. 40 00 .. 25 00 .. 15 00 Transient advertising per square of eight linos or less 8 times or less 2 00 Business cards, ten lines or less, per year 5 00 Marriages and Death notices inserted gratis. Elk Lodge, A. T. X. Slated meetings of Elk Lodge i held at their hall on ths second and fuesdays of each month. Q. L. McCRACKEN, Seo'r. ill he fourth Temple of Honor and Temperance. Elkton Temple, No. 8., m lets on Thurs day of each week, at the Good Templars Louse room, over C. V. Oillis' store. H. A. PARSONS, V. R. Car Time at Illdgicay. Erie Express East.. do do West.. do Mail East do do West . Local Freight East. do do West.., 2:20 a. m. :-'( a m. 3:00 p. m. 1:50 p. m. 10:411 a. m. ....... 6:01 p. m. Yesterday was rainy. Garden making is in order. Eoas are selling here at 20 cents per dozen. Lost! Strayed or Stolen Tha Edi tor of the Gazette. Grove the Messenger, sports a new white hat. Prescriptions carefully com pounded at all...

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