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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 24 October 1867

Ohoits that will net Dov,--i at Bidding. BCKNE. Bondholder Parlor. DUAMATId l'EUSO.VAi. A govty Bondholder in his cay chair, sitting by a tahlc drinking vine. Enter poor man ivi'h tuHend gttnncntt and bare feet, preceded ly " it tic boy and girl. Poor man. flood nfternoon, Mr. Bondholder, t have brought you a present. Here .ire two little children, vnur slaves for life. I civo them to you, if joa please, for co fault of theirs, except they are white ! 15ut, ir, I could not help it their Hither and mo. thcr, both dead, were white. liiesc nio my littlo inuoceut grandchildren nil you and your party havo lcl't me and the bonds vou hold are mortgages on them as upon myself. I cannot fay the debt take the little ones. ISonduhlcr. Bo off set out tako 'the dirty brats away from we ! Poor man. Pleao, sir, don't pcak so harshly. It frightens the little ghl. 'The boy doc3 not ucem to start much at your angry tones, eli-c lie would not -double up his fists, but the girl is timid. Bondholder. Ge...

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. — 24 October 1867

TT'hc .uv orate PENNSYLVANIA. OFFICIAL VOTE OF THE STATE. Adams Allegheny Armstrong Iscaver Bedford Berks Blair I! rail ford Rucks Butler Cnmbria Cameron Carbon Centre Chester Clarion Clearfield Clinton Columbia Crawford Cumberland .... Dauphin Delaware Elk Erie Fayetto orcst Franklin ulton Greene ,. Huntingdon ... miiana efferson uniata Lancaster Lawrence Lebanon- .ehigh ........ Luierno Lycoming M'Kcan Mercer Milllin Monroe Montgomery.. Montour Northampton.. crry Philadelphia.... I'lllO rotter Schuy'kill. Snyder Somerset... Sullivan.. Susquehanna .. Tioga Union Venango Warren Washington Vtayno Westmoreland , Wyoming., York JOHN F. MOultE, Einon. TlinUHlJAY : COUNTIES. Valedictory- Although unanticipated tit tlio time, our cuniicction with the Advocate AS pnblibher close! with the last number. Fincc that data the office has changed hands, " from boss to devil," and it is only by the indulgence of the new cdi. tor and proprietor that we are permitted to say good bye to those who hav...

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. — 24 October 1867

0 INTELLIGENCE. " Var J'wf at Hitlgiray. I'.rlt Kspress Enst 10:13 p. m do lo West r.:5'2n in do Mail East p. in. lu do Wi'sl 2: ti ). in. Local freight East l':40:. ni. do do West -.J" p. in. Maunoma Water. A delightful toilet article supciior to Cologne and nt hull the price. Tun IIvuk IIduse. It would beiu vidious to particularize between the out. going and incoming proprietors of this popular hotel. They have both given eminent satisfaction. Col. Moore now assumes the rcsnousib'.o duties nt land lord, and any one who knows him nt all, is aware that he "knows how to keep a hotel." A'Kew Firm. Wo learn that the Btorc lately occupied by J. S. Ilydo has been sold to Messrs. llyde, Hull & Gil lis, and will hereafter be conducted in the name of Hyde, Gillis & Co. The gentlemen comprising the new firm are men of knowu worth and ability, und we lave no doubt but they will receive a largo ghatc of patronage. It is the intention shortly to lay in a large stock of goods. When they ...

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. — 24 October 1867

A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, Oi voted to the Interests of tli3 People of Elk C IS l'lUMSIIKIl EVKI1T TlIfl'SDAY, 13 Y .TO I IN F- MOOHE, Office in the Court 2oiinr. Tirmh One Polla. nnd Fifly Cents per annum, invariably in nilvauu. fio uevia tion from these terms. Ilatos of Advertising. AJm'rs find Execute's Koiiocs each 0 times "SS GO Auditor's Notices, ench '2 50 Transient AdvrlUinc, ver square of 10 liues or less, 3 times or lets 2 00 For ench subsequent invert ion fo) Professional cdars, 1 year C (' F pecial notices per line 15 Obituary nnd Marriage Notices, each 1 CO l early Advertising, one square n tin Y ?nrly Advertising, two squares 15 00 Yini'y Advcr'iiiR three squnrcs I'D 00 Y ni-ly Advertising, 1 column 25 0 I Y.'arly Adverting, J column !')( Y 5arly Ad.veti sniff, 1 column Ajo 00 Advertisements uirplayeu movo tunn ordinarily will he charged for at the Jnl'e (per column; of 70 CO ITaving lately added materially to o.ir st- ;k of Jub Typo, we aro prepared to do all kinds of work i...

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. — 31 October 1867

Jtccltfd h.hr I'.r Ji:n.v,l. ,;.: i ft.?.V ttarr flail Cnnvuttifi), h.-U !tt turrts!,uy, Or., It!, ol!7, I'll Ihr o'Ulior. 1. .. ;;;.', , of the CuUi.njvtit L'. 11. C. ,','(.'', Another year idnce h:l ironic) , lnilli i nn ils varied rare. And prim nM Time, v illi noiseless Crcntl. lnilli inti'lo nnolhor have. 'I lie ti : 1 1 1 tin : w'oil:, it ti -1 winter tnow,, in Hi i' arm? c!' ;U'ii: love ilicil, A ill bounteous fin i iiior filli 'I the earth, and r.ni.-heil. ;1(ii'if'.cd ; Ami nnw mi Ul p-iinieil rii-liine: leave:', 'lie nil mil ninn'a pa: plin;.' wby 'We inert i iiee more, a ; i.n'ii may meet, in ppiirvnii" rivalry. So Mu-torinp Tar.linjf th'tnagnpnen, here plv tlK'ir venal h-tnlo Nor count tlie trains a thief would scorn, ill- po'te.n and ill made. Nor wily politician, in whose cold and elian. p i 1 1 rv? I.urks every 'ph.i'e. of I wist and turn, and menu duplicity. With mil an nllico in ui;r fin, with none fo to-k, nor ioako Nor w;r.-.V!o pull. f-r j.nnf.i ('.Alice, nor cov...

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. — 31 October 1867

a he JOHN F. MOORE, KhitoB. THURSDAY : Oc'.obor: : :7l : Mint, 1807. New Ymk Slate holds licr election for Stato ond County officers next Tues day. Tlio Democrats nro confident of carrying the Stato by fiC,000 majority. fcT-An Ohio Radical paper says, Mr. Wade lias no idea of retiring from pub. lie life." Nobody of common scufo ever sup posed that Blustering lien Wade would leave tlic public ciib Mhilc there was a dollar in it, but from the recent election returns, the people of Ohio seem to think that he should. CThc President of the United States has recommended Thursday, Nov. 28, to be observed " throughout the " republic as a day oi National thanks " giving and praise to the Almighty "Ruler of nations" for nil His good ness mid loving kindness during the year. In all parts of the country this dav should be religiously kept. As a nation, as a people, we have abundant reasons to praise the hand that has showered blessing upon cur path, and on the day recorumonded let all bow down ...

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. — 31 October 1867

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. !' Time at tli-.tgicfiif. Erie Express East 10:1;) p. m vo do West 8: "2 i m do Mail East 1:0 p. in. !o lo West 1!: !" p. m. Local Freight East ih-lOa. in. do do West 2:25 p. ni. JIIyde, Gillis & Co. havo just re ceived a splendid lino of Confection rics, which tlicy will dispose of cheap. Just Received. A largo stock of Flour and Groceries, at the storo ot Hyde, Gillis it Co. Give them a call. 8s"-Tlio best assorted, largest otid cheapest stuck ol Hardware in the coun ty, at Hyde, Gillis it (Vs. Magnolia WATi:a. A delightful toilet article superior to Collonc, and at half the- price. f7Rcad the advertisement of II. II. Thomas iu to day's paper. He his a splendid assortment of everything in liislinc. Give bim a call. B-5yScc the picture of tho Morning Glory in another column. It is a splen. did picture, and Service has tho reality at his sbop ou Main street. Business Phiectohv. Mr. J. M. Lyon is now in our village canvassing for a business directory of Ridgwa...

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. — 31 October 1867

V, Y V y y the ol!h Uli'u;;.ti A weekly niaysiwp;;;:, DivMcl'o to I'llc'c-'.s cf t"itio1i:Cf Pa C 1-' I'l l:! l.-iiiMi I '. ::i'V Tr.r::--i.Y, i j v -i o n n i '. i o or, r a Jr.r.-.iv.-(V.R H-.11.- and Piny C, mini. iii. uiv 'i' i:1 y m r, lieu i'i o-.a thcsi U". rr-n. VIA Advevti.-thij A ! in" iv mi l lxi-cu!ov'.j Nut .ecs each 0 tililf Aii'li'or'.- N'lliii'", each T.'-in-ocnt A-lvrli.-ino-, per s pa-.ro cf 10 liii: or 1 " . '! I -ii'i-i w Ies I'.ti" each s.i'i..t'niu'iit insertion V -ofo'sion-il clars, 1 yiar ! K-cial nolb-es vol' lino ! CO r. r.o ...n c CO r l (in 1-) on 1.". no LV i:o :;. on n t;". oo 'Sit navy nr. urn 'in;t. ii".'. II g! NolilCS, Ciiell c no s qunrr ( VI) y ( 1 ..T 11-'- '.VI! Mi:arc- C'..ll!ltlll '. c. lin. ai 1 n-'ui'iin !ayi"l i-.-.nre t aan ci'in f..r ill .ma) "!' M.-ly A.lvcrl mvIv AdvoV ai'v Advev'iii'r A.lvn li ii A.lvi-r:i-i- V Mi 1y Al -.i--if.ii. A-lvei r.'i!'.''ii; s i r lir.arily vill I lie i ate ; i.ci- c o o: I'.-IMI If (!!! ii : l'.i f ! of r.d ...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 5 November 1867

She .oMh gdior;iU A. WEEKLY NEWSlwrER, Dcvatcdto the IntctettB of the People of Elk Co is rrtii.isiimt nviti'V tni-TMPAY, BY, JO JIN T. MOORE, OfiitV in the Court llounr. TenMs Or.t Hollar nnd Fifty Cent per nummi. ir variably In naranee.. No derin tion from these tsrtri. Ea'cs of AtiTcrtising. Transiunt Advert iscMiioaieats, (Vrsqirn of 10 linoi or less. 1 times or k?s......?J 00 For cn-'ii snlsonint Snsi-rtiim Adiainistralo-.-j' and Ex'vs n'!iees... 2 M Audit, is' nnllees " ) Vi"Sn'lt!ti''m- Tni'tinliu !iid I'styiys... 'J "'I Loonl and Obituary no'lees pui lino.. 1," Frofcssioaal cards, 1 yenr . ... 5 00 YIIAV.I.V AHVKI1TI.-TMKNT3. 1 s(iinre S 7 CUi cohinia..., 0 00 2 sanities... 12 ('0 .'. column. h scoiarcs Jo 00 1 column. 0. . 01 1 hp hare rate mil tie tfrtctly adhcri-d to in til! ndvcrt'minjr from this date. 11 1. AS for. ale quire oO fi p;lr-s ";i cr..Jl 0 iiuirei L) nr... H .'0 Over (i. t qr.. 1 o'.l HANM-RiLl..-!. 1 sheet. 2rforlessD( .sheet, 'J'mr lc?s""0 J plied, i."im le...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 5 November 1867

Ufa JOHN F. IMOoRE, EniTon. ' TH mTaijXY; December : : : : 5tli, 1867. Vol. Van. liter. Wc notice in several of our exchang es that tho name of the gcotlemau who heads this article is mentioned in their columns as a candidato lor Fresiden tial honors. Without committing either tho Democratic party or ourselves we would say in this connection that if pa triotism and national pride of our coun. try should bo tho tost of a candidate s availability, then certainly Col. Rice would carry off the palm. We need not say any thing in regard to his immense ropnlarity it is a household word throughout the length and breadth of our land. Tho following is tho Colonel's plat form : "As bv tho ceoplc alone, without dis. tinction of party, rebellion was crushed, to tw the party of the people alone can the Union with all its couutless blessings be restored. In order to accomplish this.vindictive, fanatical, and dilatory legislation must be rebuked : the absolute rirht of each Statt to determine the q...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 5 November 1867

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE, I tho Car Timcal iltdgway, Erie Express East. 10:10 P- m do do West 3:f'-!a in. do Mail East 4:38 p. m. do do West 2:45 p. tn. Local Freight EaBt 9:40. m. do do West ii:25 p. m. to .The Episcopal Sociable will be held at Hon. Henry Soutber's nest Thursday evening. Magnolia Water. A delightful toilet article superior to cologne and at half the price 1-Guite a fall of snow took place on Monday last, which yet remains with us. Not sufficient, however, lor sleigh ing. a. IfiyAn error, through carelessness, occurs on our outside in the date of our paper. Instead of November, it should ho December. rThe Sewing Society connected with Grace Church, Ridgway, will hold its first meeting at Mrs. Henry Souther's on Thursday, December 12th, at ono o'clock P. M. ; and the Sociable in the even;ng. All friends are cordially in- vited to attend. terWe are requested to state that there will be a public meeting of the citizens of ltidgway and vicinity, held in the Court House on to...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 5 November 1867

r p 1 1 e vv ."s if Mi ton Ti 1 1 iTTirvT m - PASS V, Phiiide'phia, is chartered I y th State of Pciitisylvaii'-u . nml organized in aid dftlio Riverside Insi itiil e, for ediicat injt f-rnln:toi:.-!y Soldiers' and Sailors' Or phans, lue.urrioriiied ley the Slate of Sew .ler-cv. A;iril Ct'i, yi7. Subscription Oi.c Hollar. The WVMrp-tnn Library Company, hy virtue oT their charier. nul in accordance Willi its provision, will ili.-lriljiilo Throe Hundred Thousand Dol'ars in presents to the shareholders, en Wednesday, t lie btli of .limitary, ncM, at 1 ' li'i n !! j.h l'u., or ll liie Institute, Eirisido, S. J. One Present, worth i-lO.(VH) One Present, worth 1'(.0 !- Olio l'lesoiii, worth lOOlHI One Present, worlh fj.ODD Two Presents, worth $2,ii00 each fi.UMI One Preset.!, value. 1 at lo.OMO Two Presents, valued at $15,000 each WMinti One Present, valued at lO.i'DO Four Prevents, valued at 5.000 each '- Two Presents, valued at il.t'tKl each (i.fitlH "1 liree Presents, valued at l.oilOe...

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. — 7 November 1867

BY 0. D. 'Twas two o'clock at Hari-isburg When to Willianifport I took the train, And as I bad not sloop enough I prepared to sloep again. When a female with much baggage Andbandhoxos half a score, Came and took a seat beside me With her boxes on the floor. She was one of llio?o lair creatures Seldom in romance Keen, She, I thought was all of fifty Or perhaps three limes Kixieen. She was dressed in latest fashion, And on her head a hat she wore Filled with flowers of all colors, . And protruded a loot or more, 9- She was tall, thiu and scrawny And, in fact quite masculine, And her nmplo dress of saiiu Spread an awful Criiiolino. But, without my leavo or license Slio did spread it over me Ah! thinks I my handsome lady You are making rather free. Innvoico she then addressed me, Neither musical nor sweet, Sir 1 I've a little pet dog Who wants to have your scat. Hare you madam f said I smiling Indeed that is rather oool, Where 1 cane from we learn manners, You never troubled such a scho...

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. — 7 November 1867

hc itvonvtc, JOHN I MOURE, Epitoii. Xovoiii1k-v : :T: 7th, 107. Tub New Yottit Election. At IL is time, (Tuesday morning), wo ore led to believe tliat tho Empire Stato lias followed in tho Wake of her sister States of Ohio and Pcimsylvinia, and thrown herself free from the blighting etiree and iufluenco of Radicalism. Tho result surprises no one not even republicans themselves. They well knew they would bo beaten, but ttcre surprised to hoar of such a tremendous verdict against thetu as majorities of 03,000 in New York City, 13,000 in Brooklyn, lie. Let all men rejoice who lovo their couulry. Let Democrats remember that the tide of popular sentiment is in their favor, and that another year will sweep tho last vestige of Radicalism from tho land. The Hitman tlttr.stion and the irri Mac or M-rnssin. Tho trouble over the Roman question now that tho armies of Franco and Italy arc ufield in opposition to, and in tacit defense, on the one siJo or the other, of Garibaldi and his party of a...

Publication Title: Elk Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 7 November 1867

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Car Time at liirigu uy. Erie Express East 10:13 p. m do do West R:-r2 a m do Mail East 4;"8 p. m. do do West , 2:45 p. m. Local Freight. Knst 9:40a. in. do do West 2;25 p. m. Maonoma Wateh. A delightful toilet art'clc superior to Cologne, and at half tho price. BfSuTlic carpenter work on the Epis copal Church in this place will be com pleted in about a month. 8During the present week wc have booked quite a number of ncwFubscri. bers. Come along, gentlemen, wc have plenty of room for more. Court Week. Our town ia this week crowded with persons attending Court. Business is being despatched ir. a regular manner. We will givo the proceedings iu our next. (TjITj-de Oillis & Co., have received the largest stock of rood a ever brought to this country. They are just opening it. Now is the time to make your pur. chases. First come Erst served. 8gyWo most earnestly and respect fully call the attention of tho supervisors to the condition of the pavement on the cast side...

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. — 7 November 1867

A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, Devote . I to tlio IntcrcBts of the People of Elk C IS rTOI.ISIIKI) F.VEHY TIIVBSDAY, I3Y JOHN F. MOOllE, Office in the Court House. tsntus Or.e Holla, nnd Fifty Cents per Annum, invariably in advuiu.,.. No devia tion from these term. Hates ot Advertising. Adiu'rs and Execute's Notices, each ( times 'fi GO Auditor's Notices, eiieh 2 50 Transient Advrlising, per square of 10 lines or less. 3 times or less 2 00 For each subsequent insertion (0 Professional cdars, 1 year G 00 P pecial notices per line 15 Obituary and Marriage Notices, each 1 00 Yearly Advertising, one square 10 00 Y surly Advertising, I wo squares 15 00 Y ;ni'y Advcr'ing three squares 20 00 Y ;nrly Advertising, 1 column 25 00 Ysarly Advert isng, J column !!5 ()0 Y jarly Ad.ctising, 1 column "05 UO Advertisements displayed more tnan ordinarily will bo charged for at the late (per column) of "0 00 Having lately added materially to o.ir stock of Job Type, we are prepared to do all kinds of work in a ma...

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. — 14 November 1867

The itrzt;it;arU's Daughter. Out in the street with naked feet, 1 inw Hie drnnl;nrd's littln dn'i-rMi-r : Her tiilliTi'il plmwl wns thin nnd snmll ; tSlic little knew fur no one tiiught licr. Iler Mn wn3 dark, licr unburn Imir Wag blown about her pretty ortlicarl ; licr snd white face wove sorrow's truce, And want nnd woe that, were not borrowed. Heart-broken child, she seldom smiled; Hope promised her no bright tomorrow ; Or if its light flushed on her night, Then up come darker clouds of sorrow, She softly said : "Vie have no bread. No wood to keep the fire a burning.'' rri.. .a ill . ll.a c!n la nhill rthm, cola blooa to ice was turning. ril i 1. T, ,1. .V '"I" ' J " Tassed on the side where no one cried To them for pity or compassion. Th.H long night (led, nnd then the light Of rosy day in beauty shining, Set dome and spire nnd roof on fire, And shone on one beyond repining. falc Tcips Hems. A New Orleans widow, on (ho sunny side of forty, lias just taken to herself on eighth hu...

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. — 14 November 1867

'.5 ! i; i;1-1 X i 1 1 J i : : : I Hh, 1-'" .ft i.e. ft. At l;:,t the tlav el' jt.lilrc f(T white iiuii r.f t-oiiic. '!;c e't (.'liens recently l,vM have fold in p'-iii tonus that 15 id ira! niiMuloar.il ruin n ro to lie stopped. The prt.ple have spekm, atr.l they must lo ciln vi'il. They have said in plain ft mis that Out: :ri.-s lias no m;lit to malic laws f i i- tin: Sia'cs, tliat taxation vitlnuit rcp :!)' :iti is tyranny, tint tln-v arc tired of il" infi-mal lin" tilnmt t!'0 v.icn:-s new lo I: kv 1:1 1, I !" 1 1 ! ;-!.i i.l' ;.i!:.'i.. mill are nc injx ef lliv.ii' c.v:i liberties. ;,k i'i iii;:i:i terms, the ! .li't.M initio 1 to pot th rrood .!' i-'M into the Itau H of ti.n. .! fci.vj v.'i;i.i,u-!v it it lor i iiriny year 1 t i !. nr !' -v. ,y !(!: i:tnl bronher that !av in iis vatli. until il;o acee-siou of the (.r ut ii:ev:i'-ofrti.:! to nwcr. Tlit'm-huut the caava'3 just closed the l'c nmcr.tcy have done nobly cvtry place they have lad opportunity, md lire just s-uflicientl...

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. — 14 November 1867

LOCAL INTl-l.LIGlvSt'.K. rr J'fjiient Hi J way. Erie Express East do ilo AY est...., do Mail East do do West Local Froijlit En! .... do Jo V.'f I ...KVM p. m ... :'.:":! a m .... -I: !'- P. ... 2: I'l p. in. .... !: I'Im! m. ... :!:-' p. I". rur.Mr. I'li:i. Holes lias removed 1wVf.-1imrikcra!.l Jo'vclrr's taV.ih- lnciit into blimp's .'tore, iniitK'di.i'.ely Sot his ntl- wrsi nf tlio Mvilo Houe, vcr'i-cir.cut iu another column. B-sS-Mr. IT. S. lJclnrip 1i:m purolir.JTi! the store formerly occupied" by Mrs. Clements, ami is g'iinrr cast iu a few days to replenish his stock, lie tells us he will lot the community know cf it .ti the ri'ht way, when he receives his stock. Flrninvre. Mr. IT. II. Thomas has lately rccivcJ a larc anj splendid btock of the best furniture over brought to th'.s country. Ho certainly deserves patronage for the pains ho lias taken in making his selections, vrhieh arc really unique, both as to style and price. Yi'e would advise our readers to zha him a call. Reti...

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. — 14 November 1867

A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, Devoted to the Interests of the People of Elk C IS ri'BMXIIKD KVKUY THUnSllAY, UY JOHN F. MOORE, Office in the Court House. Term One Dolln. and Fifty Cents per on num. invariably in advam,. No devia tion from these terms. Hates ot Advertising. Ailm'rs and Executor's Notices, each 0 times ?2 60 Auditor's Notices, each 2 60 Transient Advrlising, per square of 10 lines or less, 8 times or less 2 00 For each subsequent insertion bO Professional cdars, 1 year 6 00 Special notices per line 15 Obituary and Marriage Notices, each 1 00 Yearly Advertising, ono square 10 00 Yjavly Advertising, t wo squares 15 00 YjaOy Adver'ing three squares 20 00 Y mrly Advertising, column 25 00 Y :arly Advertisng, column 35 q0 Y'arly AdAetising, 1 column '65 00 Advertisements displayed more than ordinarily will be charged for at the late (per column) of 70 00 Having lately added materially to o.ir stock of Job Typo, we are prepared to do all kinds of work in a manner which enn not be exce...

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