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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 15 August 1867

T?fE FACTO FlY GIRL. It was a liltle studio quite at (lie top of the house. Upon tie easel that oc enpied the post of honor in the middle of the room, was a piece of canvass plow ing wan polt lints ol a spring land scape, and Frank Seymour stood be fore it, pallet in hand, his largo brown eyes dreamy with a sort of inspira tkm. In a comfortable easy thair by the door Fat a plump rosy littlo female, in a lnee enp with plenty of narrow white satin ribbon Jluttcnng lrom it, nnd t silver cvny poplin dress Mrs. Sey mour, in fact, our artist's mother, who had jnst come up from the very base.. nient, ' to see how Frank was gettin along ' Here, mother,' said the young man with an enthusiastic sparkle in his eye. ' just see the way that sunset light ouches the topirost branches of the old apple tree. I like the brown, pub. dued gold at that tint ; it somehow re minds me of Grace Teller's hair.' Mrs. Seymour moved a little uneasi ly in her chair. It's very pretty ; but it rtiikcs me Frank, yo...

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. — 15 August 1867

'.ft Site (h?ornh ". r. i 1 litir. Curl Is H ISurrfl!, 'u!tieti!t:r. j .. ' THUlUvljAY : Aukii! : : : ::: 1-Hli, I.K.MOCltATlU S-TATE T1CKCT. l..n .1 1-m ; r. ot HON. GEO ii .: n:i Mr. fornT. SHAFISWOOD, or !'!in,.ir.u'iii,. count yt i ( ; k i : t . Pitriet Attorney, JAMKS K. 1 IIAIJi, of St. Mary's Borough. Treasurer, CLAUDIUS V. GIU.IS, of BidgTay township. Com missiorcr, jo; Kl'TI V. TAYLOR, ., years, of Horton township. JULIUS JON :;, 1 year 0( ;CrC"OttO 'OWilbllip. Auditor-, OKORGK I MKcSEXGKR, of Ringvr.y tj", usliip. .Tnrv Commissioner, GKOlliiK r-ICKINSON, of lliJway township. HTJSEIA AI7B FEU8SIA. The London Moi n'i-j Po?f, a journal well posted a to Continental news, re pudiates the idea f a " llussa-l'russiun nlliance " lj which these powers are bound to interfere iu the affairs of Bu rope. Ou the contrary, the Post main tains that " the Cabinets of t. Peters. " burg and the TuiUevios are acting to " gcther on the Seliles-wig question, and " holding the same language it B...

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. — 15 August 1867

s 1,0 G Air if!TH;j,i::i;f(A l'r 77f'f Zliilgirxi;. Erie Express lln?t 10: ! J p. to do do Vc.t ":')') in tlo Mail Fmt R: !7 n. in. ilo do Vct 10:47 p. m. Local Freight F.ast 10:nTii. m. do do Mr.it 0:,M p. m, n o t ice. Hereafter the Post Office wiil be td.jsed every evening nt 8 o'clock. On .Sunday it will bo kept open f'rnti) S t.i ID o clock A. HI. Mnsl nns.; at o !' M. L. LUTJIKH, J". M. JgThofe persons who subscribed to- wards tho erection of a Catholic Church, in JiiJgway, will please tseld thenW.ves in readiness to pay over the rnme, ti tho undersigned, or to Mr. J. Vnughau, or L. J. Llukely, within tliiity days. Lists can be tccn at Mr. Vaughnn's !o tel, at the depot, or at Mr. UlukclyV office. W. Mm-.it, 0. S.B. P. I'. IPr. J. 8. Bmlwcll has crerfod u largo nud co:atucdiou. dwelling house on Centre street, opposite the jail, winch he intends having finished oil us soon as possible. Drowned. In Jey township, on the 21th ult, Mr, Lauehlin M'.'ICinnoti, aged 21 ycura and 7 mo...

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. — 15 August 1867

A Curiovs Affair. A curious :il!';iir 1ms been brought to lijjit in Way City, Mic1iiH'nu, within a few ii:ivs j iist, tho history of which is lie Inlliiwn : f-'mnc time last f ill a man tin J his wife came hero from Columbus, Nt. ('lair county. 1'ho ir.an a Inborn', r.nd the lmly who shared his fortunes Lore is a si-fuml wife. Tin; man found ltady work, mid tho family flmirilicd. A month or two ncc a nice looking hoy, n pari iitly ahout nineteen yours of nge, c.iinr. into the family rirolo, claim ing to he the son of the lord offhtf linuse hy his former wife, nml as such the la. ily of the house, who knew -nothing cf her predecessor, nhowing her kind at tention? ami care upon tho visiting son. All went well for a month or more, when, to the horror of the lady in rjiies tion, s-'lic discovered that her lnishand had sold everything he could, and had left country with lira " son," which per. ron the wife found not only to be not her step son, but indeed not a boy, but n younj; lady, fo...

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 August 1867

jSelfrtcd $lisreltong. THE WIDOW LEtPPM'S LAST 1,0 AF. l.Y MISS MAUY K. TIIHOIT. ' O.'m nnil dorp ponce in this viilo nir, TIa'FC lnves t..at udilou lo I lie lull ; And iu one heart if calm At all, If any calm a culm ilcsjmir. ' Calm on the peas, and silvery sleep And -wave? that sway IhoitiPelvo in rest, And drop calm in that noMe 1'ieast, Which heaves hut with the hervlntf deep. Ten.ntsoji. It was evening i beautiful autumn eveuing. The red leaves yet danced, rejoicing in the mild air ; tho yellow sunshine yet fil led the hill tops, nod the soil shadows were creeping silently up the valley, an the gentle widow Lee dotn, with her child in her anus, wend ing her way homeward. Mho was tired, fur idic had toiled all day in rainier Wood's kitehcu, and though it was Saturday evening, she had not been paid for her labor. The kind-hearted house maid at Farmer Wood's had urged her to wait for her supper, but sho thought of her hungry lit (lo oucs at home, and hio could not stay. She had no...

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 August 1867

"jrA !(, e reprhlnr. , c Atint ::::::: !2'2 1. 107. 'dHMUCII AT10 iSTA'i'E TIUKKT. rnn .M inir. ov tiik miran corr.T, HON. GEO. QHARSWCOD, i'ini,.ii:i,riuA. 1K MOCKAT10 " DISTIUUT TICKET For A sseuibiy, THOMAS J. McCl'LLOUGII, of Clearfield County. COUNTY TICKET . Pistrir.t Attorney, JAMES K. 1 HALL, of St. Marj'sliorough. Treasurer, CLAUDIUS V. C.TLLT3, of Ridgway township. Coiumissioucr, J ;SEP1I V. TAYLOR, 3 years, of ITorton township. JULIUS J0NK3, 1 year, of IScuczctto township. Auditor, (iEORGE P. MESSENGER, ofltidgway township. Jury Commissioner, GEORGE DICKINSON, of ltidgway township. Another Heavy ISank lie fat- eat ion in jt'eiv X"orh, From the New York Tribune Aug. 17. Yesterday the Guancial cirole of this city were much startled with rumors of heavy defalcations by the paying tellers of the Tradesmen's National Hank, cor. nor of Broadway and Reade street. Of course, these rumors were, as is usual in such cases much exaggerated. Trust worthy reports, however, show that 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. — 22 August 1867

LOCAL INaUM-NCH. Car Tincol IVil;rv c Erie Express Fn-'t 10: p. in (l0 ill) West " :'i u m do Mail Ei.m.i Mil a. ri. tio do Wo it Hi: 17 i . 1.1. bn'cal Freight. l'i! t 1"'H" n. m. do lo West H;.")! p. in. MOT! C K . Hereafter tho 1 V-t Onice. will le (closed every rvrtiitv f t !S i'' chick. On Sunday it will bo keff ft li'"1" 8 10 o'clock A. M. Mail '''' t! T. M. H. li. MivrMim, i. i. Removed. The Post Oflica, in this place was moved yctorday afternoon, to the I'm;: Stuiv of Mr. Crove. G. Jlcsscmrcr. fffi-On ouv first p: go will be found " The Widow Lccdom's Last Loaf." Artemu3 Ward's La:;t." "A Game Dinnor." Drothcr Crawford's Sermon." Resides other miscellaneous mattor. Bg.TIardvrarc, Qr.censware, Wooden ware &c. at Pcwc'd it- Kimes. tf3IoM:'.. Lullicr irw'I'or,e, Super visors of this township, are doing quito a nice t'nii for our little village, ly ry of tabic;; out t'ie t'uups and iadii. Center fr'trctt. tS?Thc fouiidi.tio:i fjr Hi; Epi.'copal CLureh at tLis place, is at th...

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 August 1867

"J'niNTEnsiN Hot YVkatiieii." How true is the following, which wc clip from the Albany E.qr 'I'll ore are no persona, in nil human rol)ulility, who tiro coupcllod to work lis hard us the printer do. t is (i mat. tor of very little consojuciicc whether tho thermometer is lit zero, or a hundred nbove in the shudc. A pnrer must he issued for the jrufol of its patrons, who mayhap arc leisunly reclining from the rxveraive hent, and whose natural debil ity is a very ample apoloity (or such re. creation. The compositor must toil and perspire at hi. daily avocation, aud for very word ho composes, a drop of t-tcniniii;; perspiration, oozes from his body. In the morning ho manages to l.cep cool, at noon he is wasting in the hot and blistering atmosphere, and at evening he is dill at his case. This may seem all very easy lor the reader, but the labor is of no ordinary nature, nor the fatijruc by any meaus light. The day 'a woik over, lie retiros, perhaps to sleep, but more likely to pass a res...

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. — 29 August 1867

elected $ViScellanj. Charles Nolson 1i nl reached thir ty.flvc nnat that tigo ho found him self going down hill. lie had once been one of tho happiest cf mortals, and no bloPFiiio' was wanted to complete the sum of his happiness. He had one iftho nicest wives, and his children TT' ic intelligent and comely- llo was u cirpentcr by trade, and no man could command hotter wages, or more sure of work. If any man attempted to build a house, CharlrV" Nelson must lrs the job, and for miles around peo. pie fought him to work for them- But a change bad come over his own lifo .1 new and experienced carpeutcr had been sent for by those who could no longer depend upon Nelson, and he eiiled in the village and took Nelson's vlaee. ( u the back street, where the great trees threw their green branches over the way, stood a small cottage, which liad been the pride of its inmates Be. fore it stretched a wide garden, but fall, rank grass grew up among tho choking flowers, and the paling ot the fence wa...

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. — 29 August 1867

f(jH '. flat!, ff re frit tar. Cirri ts ir. Ita ire II, Publisher' c Mil JJJSDAY : A ufV'iM U5) tli, 1H07. 'lrJMOORATlO STATE TICKET? VOIt -T I ; i l ; K OV TIIK HI l'lU'.Mi; I'nl'HT, HON. GEO. SHARSWOOD, 01' l'lllL.V DKI.l'HIA. ' V V, M OCR A TIC M STRICT YlCKET For Assembly, THOMAS J. McCULLOUGH, of Clearfield County. COT IN T Y TICKIiX. Ti.triet Altorucy, JAM 133 K. 1', HALL, of St. Mary's Borough. Treasurer, CLAUDIUS V. GILLIS, of Ridgway towusbip. CominisMouer, JOSKIMI VV. TAYLOR, 3 ycuvs, of Horton township. JULIUS JON MS, 1 year, of Bcnezetto township. Auditor, GEORGE D. MESSENGER, of Ridgway township. Jury Commissioner, GEORGE DICKINSON, of Ridgway township. iei!L""-- -- Bepresentalive Convention. . Tn accordance with a resolution adop. ted by the previous Conference, the Democratic delegates from the couutics of Clearfield, Elk aud Forest, compris ing the Twenty-third Representative district of Pennsylvania, assembled at St. Mary's on the 15th instant, at two o'clock, p. m....

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. — 29 August 1867

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. far Time til Iliil gutty. Erie Express East 10: 12 p. m iId do West fbiiOa in do Mail Fust !5: 17 a. ui. do do Vest 10:17 p. in. l.oc:il Freight East lil. 17 ii. m. do do el 6:51 p. io. N OTIC E . Hereafter Hie Tost Ofliee will bo closed" every eveuinjr at S o'clock. On Sunday it will be kept open from S to 10 o'clock A. M. Mail ClWd at (5 V. M. O. G. Mr.-sv.Nnri!, r. m. tisjr'J'lio ('onimixsinuiTs will meet at tlieir odico in Ridgway, ou Monday, lh !:nd day of September nest. J. K. 1'. II ALL, Cl rl. Bsa5The framing of tlie timber for tlio Episcopal church in this place, u now commenced, r.nJ the work piogrc.viug quite rapidly. ea?Ve would call the nttcution of our readers to the advertisement of W. 1'. Williams, to be found in this weeks issue. Headed ; Something New. House, f?i;;n and Ornamental Painting. All wanting painting done, will find Mr. Williams, to be one aiiotig tlio. best of painter?, that our country afford; Ciivc him a call. - BrA-Mr. Scrvico wou...

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. — 29 August 1867

'Mr itf'h hmnn's 'IFoitf.' ' I lion, yd veeklemcnibcr dul liltle l:u k hnny 1 pycd init dc lidler ncxlit ' Y;li, vol from him 1 ' ' X ifi.v.'1", only I cits cheated liurty pad.' '"I" r 1 Vail. You sco in du vust place l.c i.-hjlint in it Into laijis, nud lory lame mil cme eye. I'cn von you tits upon liim to ride ho rares up Loliint uulkick up -uforo so vainer as a shackmulc. I dh.ks 1 Jakes him a little vile kisJer. lay, wit noMX'tit i- I pits t-luaddlo lii.-i p:ik lie iwuictieu Jilt vay, fliii-H so like n t:i kin ioa m on a poatsthreani ; mil mm he jrits time 1 va:-li so mixed up vc rveryditiks. I vuits tnincfelf sittin nrouiit piukwiii JH, mit his Jail iu mine hants Cur ile priJle.' ' Yell, vut ou ;rin to Jo :nit him ? ' ' (( 1 vised him potter !1S hani up. 1 hitch him in Jo cart init his tail where lie head out to be; Jon I uil' him vou down cuts mil a hiJee jw ; he sthart. lo ;mp ; hut A soon he sees dc cart before, liim ho nffkes packwavds. Men I takes him cut, hilib him to ril...

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 September 1867

(Ojiiiinal IJoefrg. THE X.AST CBEEKBACK FK0M AjBKAIIAM A rr.rcdy. Tho :it "crip from Aliram Is latioro.l nml torn, All ils greenback companions. For whiskey have f;onc; f nijrb. And nn fiienl or kin.lrcl or paymaster is To pay ii;f l lie Jiiipl'iits I would jiniilu but swh. I'll not leave tlic tliou l"iic one, Tlum dollar protein 1 Since thy fellows nrc piat:lci C(l, I'll spend theo with them : Yes, smlly I'll sent tor Thy oliHiige "n the har, And sij'.li tlint my ci'i.' J " 'Like them is n.f jvir. Oh ; soon may 1 follow When pv?r:i''.iek decay, For my r.ar-ru:n ceinpnnicus Will then li -.ip away ; When pockets are empty, One's friends have fill flown Then who would inh ibit This dry world alone, J. B. A Parable for Bnsineu Men Th e flecti of rriaters Ink. There was ouco upon a time a man who kept a store aud sold goods wholes eale and Retail. And bicniie melancholy because cus tomers were shy and times hard. And he said ; Lo ! I am ruined, and the sensation is not, pleasant. Aud my...

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 September 1867

Itor). V. kSai:, rirUlm: fstrtls W.lUtrrtll, i7r,f!is.'nr' T Hli lis I AY :" 'democratic stati-: ticket. I'lilt Jl'IHiP. Of XII I" SI I'PI.MK COVRT, HON. GEO. CHAR.GWOOD, Ob' ntlT.AlH'.U'IllA. DEMOCRATIC DISTRICT TICKET For AsscuiLly, THOMAS J. MrCUIJ-OrGII, of Clciii'liuM County. 00 unty jtickkt. District Attorney, JAMES K. T. HALL, of St. Mary's Borough. Treasurer, CLAUDIUS V. GILLIS, of UiJway towusbip. Commissioner, JOSEPH V. TAYLOR, 3 years, of Ilorton township. JULIUS JONES, 1 year, of Bcnezetto townsbip. Auditor, GEORGE D. MESSENGER, of Ridgway tovruship. Jury Commissioner, GEORGE DICKINSON, of Ridgway township. Iloavy Taxation and ita Cause. In the course of an able speech re. toutly delivered i:r Ohio by tho Hon. (r. 11. Pendleton, that gentleman stated that tho expenditure of the United Slates for the year 1S6H " was one hun. tired million.? luoro than that of England, 1 11 ...ni:..., more than that of Franco. Tho great est expenditure cf England during the Napoloouio wars...

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 September 1867

v I.nCAI. INTELLIGENCE. 'i u r hi .;, mi. Erie Express East 10: 12 p. m do do Wc.t :l: r,o :V m ilo Mnil East R; 17 p. m. ' '! WohI IO:17n.m. Local Freight East KM" a. in. do do West 6:15 p. m. J6feVOn our fust and fourth pages of this issue : ' The last Greenback from, Abrnm." " A Parable for Dusiness Men Effects of Printers Ink." " Wake tip Solomon." Laugh ami Grow Fat " " Not good enough for her." "The Empty Cradle." "The (Juccr Skeleton." "A Good Story." "Soon "Will Host." " -Had Him Tlicvo." " A Tew Hard Things." " Friendship." " Pensions." Aud other interesting read in'?. Jtey-Thc Elk Hall Association which was incorporated at last Court, intend to erect a large edifice, throe stories high, embracing a fino store-room in the first, a large town-hall in the second and the Mnsonie lodge-room in tho third sto ry. I! is intended to be tho finest buil. ding in our place, and will bo alike credi table to tho town and its projectors, the high character of the men who are moving the m...

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 September 1867

clcr1cd JJcrtrn. Sttan Xi't'll Ktxr. , 1inio iitr.onnl vn!i:iil ri".'t I'm,!, dir. un (,r iu : A !i!i1 titnc Mil 1 then will cense It j.'y.i, its fivc, ii" rlrife. Each heart's wiili thrnMiing will bertill, Ii ve.-ili ?.--Hnyu:i;re cnye ; Who'll wop tl.nl we ar? f.-b-epinf; lima 'Xcntb lli'.' green eod of peace Oh ! liould Ihcr? he one loving heart Tim" kiud'.v V: i' for me 1U'!i ciii,i" wiili a silent toar The h-wcrs i.f mei:iovy I'll 1'Oii t mio from (ho home of light, If Mich to me is piveo, And be that spirit's (-riding i-tr.r To liii it up to H?;.vec. tLHSJSV..' -Li"!" ?"r-J!? SItut ICin: There. A c:i'ie of i'(-!r,arka')lo shrewdne fs ca the part of n (VJtV eitkc:i ha? coruc to our knowledge, wliioli in t;o pood to pass unnoticed. It i-j rfx-trl that t':c Irislimnu called upon a (ji-oiilo of Ks' culnpius anil i'i"i mod Mm that his Fife was ill and iruic"l nieO.ietl aUondanee. The M. P. was viiliiu; togivo bis uttou. tion to the evo, but d..-irt-d the man to pay in advauc, cr ou...

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 September 1867

flMWJJlisrfllanji. BEKJ AMIS MAY S ENEMY. it vinoiNiA r. xowNstsn. A log cabin cut on the Western plains, with snows that drift nnd drift arouud it. Overhead a gray, dark sky that seem.-, if you gaze up into it long enough to get the spirit of its express ion to hold sonic agony of despair or death. There is, however, a kind of wild tronglifein the scene thnt lies be neath spreading itself away from the windows of that lonely log cabin, otaDding there as a solitary witness of human life in the midst of ihe wild, white dreariness of the plains. Perhaps the little girl feels thia. She is not old enough to conscious ly think it the little girl with a thin sallow face, which somehow suggests fever and ague, flattened up against the pane, looking out with a singular alert wistfullness over the wide, white plains and through the rushing gusts of snow until her gaze touches the gray horizon nfar off. Tho w inds came in furiously from tho cast liko the roaring of tides, or the trampling of ...

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 September 1867

(Ivor; John-, ttttft, Frtptittor. furl is II. larrill, trubltiher THUItSDAY : September : 153th, 1HG7. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ton jcihir cr tub si imir.mb coi:ut, HON. GEO. SHARSWOOD, OF miLADKLI 1IIA. i'iociiATi distFictiTcket For Assembly, THOMAS J. McCULLOUGII, of ClearGold County. COUNTY TICKET. District Attorney, JAMES K. P. HALL, of St. Mary's Borough. Treasurer, CLAUDIUS V. GILLIS, of RiJway township. Commissioner, JOSEPH V. TAYLOR, 3 years, of Ilorton township. JULIUS JONES, 1 year, of Bcnczette township. Auditor, GEORGE D. MESSENGER, of RiJgway township. Jury Commissioner, GEORGE DICKINSON, of RiJgvray township. THE CALIFORNIA TKITMTH.. The Democratic victory in California is invested with double significance, when viewed as the turning point in that tide which is to floa. tho old Ship of Stato again, and re-establish the Con. stitution as the chart by which she is to bo steered in the luture. Tho nation has become alarmed at tho revolutionary lans and purposes of the Rad...

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 September 1867

f ! LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Vir l ime at MtiitRWitij. Erie Ex pre l'-atl. ............ .....ll'il p. m do ilo West !:fiOa in do Moil Fast I" p. m. do do West ...10:4" n. ni. Local Freight Falsi ....H:I7 a. ni. do do West 5; 15 p. m. Broke Jail. The burglar who for the past four Weeks has bceu boarding at Malonc's Castle, took occasion to make his escape about two o'clock p iu.'od SuuJay. He bad been ullowcd a short liberty in the jail yard and immediately set himself at work to oniry out plans that had been laid before. He removed the sheets from his bed, tied them together and fastened one end to the bars of au up per cell window; then descending totho yard he climbed to the window seat and placing a piece of base board that he bad wrenched from its plnce, from the window to the top of the wall, ho crawl, ed along it, let himself down on the out side nod took to the woods. Although the point of his decent was in full view of the Hyde House it happened that he was not seen, and it was t...

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 September 1867

3Uci? Slvlliol-s t'olih)ij. rjiJlK CHKAPKST GOODS IN THE COUNTRY Arc Sold ly WEIS IIIIOTHKRI Successors to Geo. Wcis."! fS.M.KIlfl is St. Mary's, Elk County, Pa. 1ALL AND EXAMINE OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF HOOTS AND STTOI2S Wc have uo hesitation in tajing that iu this dqinrtineiit of our establishment, vie cau give bargains to our customers M'ith which they cannot fail to be entis fiod. Wo buy our stock direct from the Manufacturer, QKioliarJ.-'oim Colo, brated Boot k Shoo Manufactory, Elmi ra, New York We warrant all goods in this lino sold from our establishment. JJEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE. WE ARK PREPARED TO OFFER To our customers in this line bargains which cannot bo undersold in Elk coun ty. Our stick is large, well selected, and is especially adapted to the wants of the community. TOADIES' DRY k FANCY GOODS. An Unequalled Assortment ! Muslins. Silks, Calicoes, Sal i us, Dela Moird Antiques, Chiutzcs, White Goods, Cloths, Flunuels, Rcre''cs, Laces, Corsets, Id fact wc have everythin...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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