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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 2 November 1871

Some rowderti Teifamesj tni Flavors. A charming receipt for scent-powder to be used for wardrobes, boxen, etc, far finer than the mixtures sold at the shops, is the following 5 Coriander, orris root, rose leatea and aromatio calamus, each one ounce ; lavender-flowers, two ounces ; rhodium wood, one-fourth of a drachm j musk, fir grains. These are mixed and reduced to a coarse powder. The scent on the clothes is as if all fragrant gar den flowers had been pressed in their folds. . A perfume for note paper, said to be that used by the Queen of England, is made . of powdered starch, one-half ounce; fresh orris powder, the same; otter of roses, ten drops. Put this in a bag and keep it in the writing-desk with paper. AM delicious flavors may be impro vised ' by keeping the substance in deodorized aicohol. How . deodor ized Y By filtering through animal charcoal or bone black in powder, the black may be used many times over ; a thick flannel bag, with wire at the top, will answer for a fi...

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. — 9 November 1871

i 1 1 Willi 1 1 t ?v .1.1 ;t..-j. - j, 0 :. r :-.'! r--, jfrjrf- COUNTY THE RSPVRLICAN PARTY, Two Dollars l'En Annum. HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor aud Publisher, I , 1UDGWAY, PA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1871. NO. 36. VOL. I. I NETTING. IIT ISAAC T. BATON. All I could find I poured at her feet Of brown nuts fulling before the frost ; A harvest ripened with summer's heat, High on the limbs that twined find cross'd Too strong for summer winds to toss. Upon the mossy bank she sat, Which carpeted an old oak's base ; The curls escaping from nor hat Framed in with gold as fair a fuce As over did a maiden grace. She sitting there, I found for her The butternut with its mellow rind, The chestnut with its shaggy burr, And nuts of every shape and kind I In the autumn woods could llnd. The old tree moaned because so few The leivesupon its branches bare, Envious to let the sunbeams through To nestle in her wavy hair And gather brighter color there. " As if the poor Imprisoned fawn Close held wit...

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. — 9 November 1871

U' SMIT A. PaRSONB, Jr., . . Editor. THIT.SDAY. .yOVEMBSIt f, 1871. Ner Brighton, Nov. 5 Co). David Ftnntou, AuJitor General elect of this ttatc, died suddenly at liis residence, at this place, at ten minutes past one this juoruing. He hod been sufietrinit, for a .luy or wo with herpes in tho lace, :susini liim much pain, and iiboul 7 'clock last evening ho injected a small ituaDtity of morphine into his tirni lor the purpose ol quieting the pain, which "had becor.ie very severe, and hj this lie was much relieved. Sleep ensued, from "which his wife found 'it irr p siblo to arouse him. Drs. Jackson, McKiunoy, "Winners and Meed were summoned. t.tid used every effort to bring about a reaction, but without, permanent effect It is the opinion cl the physicians that iu making the injection of morphiue he yunctured a blood vessel, which, owing 10 tbo peculiar state of his system, vas the immediate cause of his fdth. lie ws:B 42 years of age. The New York Observer En ter upon its Fiftieth Y...

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. — 9 November 1871

(Slh'Cmint8 giktolt - -- - . i H I .THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9,';6?i. Bates of Advertising. fine colnmn, one year. " 41 10 Ctt I -," 8,-,0() I " " 16 00 Trwrs'ent advertising per square of etehk Due or leu 8 limp or Inns- 2 00 Dusidees cards, ten linos or lenn, per year , , 6 00 Mnrri.igos sad Death, notices Inserted ........ 4 .. . Elk Lolgs, A. T. St. Stated mee'irns of Elk Lodge will be Ml at. their hall on ths seootid and fourth ruesdaya of eaoh trmnth. O. L MeCRACICEN, See'y. Tn!!o of Honor and Teaiceranca. KUtrin Temple No. 81, meets on earth alternal.0 Thursday, at, their Lodes Room, a Maiu street, over J. V. HouVs store. II. A. PARSON'S, A . II. Vur Time at litdfftfai;. Erie Express East 1:41ft m. do do West 2:'.!0 a. M. do Mail East i:-'l p. ni. do do Went 10:0 a. n. Local Freight East 1 1:0() a. m. do do West Il:'.'llp. m. The weather is cold. A Ere sido tail The cat's. This has been a busy week iu Ridg way. L. D. IIii'.vkm issues a supplement this week. Read it. We noticsd Hou,...

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. — 9 November 1871

The Production of Coffee. The recent extraordinary rise in the price of Coffee has produced much dis cussion in commercial circles. The price of good Kio in cargo, : for instance, has within a few weeks advanced from 11 J cents to nearly 17 cents per pound, gold. Other descriptions of coffue have risen nearly as much. A glance at the history of the ooffee trado and at the influences which have brought about the recent changes in price will be interesting at this time, when this suddon and groat advance in price, indicating a scarcity of coffee, is followed by to-day's nows from Brazil, the ohief producing oountry, that the legislature has passed the bill for emancipating the slaves. The abolition of slavery in the British West Indies contributed, among other circumstances, to disturb the regular production of coffee. Boon after, in 1837, the West Indies, not including Ilayti, produced 49,000 tons, while the Dutch East Indies produced 26,000 tons. The total production of the world wa...

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. — 16 November 1871

... ... .-. ,i ....... . 114 tiL HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publibiier. ELK ObVNTY riftf REPUBLICAN PARTY, TWO DOLLARS MB ANNUM. VOL. I. RIDGWAY, PA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1871. NO. 37. fftft mm mTI ... , MY FAMILIAR. There's a little blue-eved fairy, Who flits about the house, Boineiliues busy as a bee, Turn us quiet as a mouse. Ovi-r house and jard and garden, Not two mluutcs quite iliu saiuc, Loving Irolie full of mischief Little Cully is her name. When I sit down t my seeing, M iking sacks and dresses line, Dk'k comes stealing plus and cotton To muke n-hliiK-books and line. Tuen with whip aud boots and bat on, Spurs his siick across the floor, Suyiuir, "Good-bye, now Kin noinjr!" Peeping backward through the door. As I told him In the evening Of the Saviour In the sky, And the shining, glorious ungets Who cun never, never dir,. With his Utile tbuhby finger, He pointed to a stur, " Yes," he said, " I see the glory Through the little holes, murumit." lie asked me once so ...

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. — 16 November 1871

Kan:Ji)iialiffra.iT t..v1.-,'-,"J. (6lh founts cMfrocatt. Henry A. Parsons, Jr., - - Editor. TtlVrRSPAY. NOVEMBER K.. 1S71. Kew York Slectlsn. The N. Y. Tribune mys: As the election returns continue to come in, tho mapnimdo of the Repuh licnn triumph in the State b-com.es snore apparent; our latest fibres show ctcn n more decided Republican ma jority in the Lecture. The Acm Vly cow Maads 96 Rcpuhlioans to B Democrat,., and the Senate 24 Ropiirm nnstoS Ifcrnocnhs. This looks verv wch-liVe the breaking up cf the Democratic party in the State, for which ,tey have the Tammany regency to thank. The majority for Fcribner for Secretary of State is yet undetermined. W now ends 17.057, though it is likely to he much increased or dimin ished as further returns arrive At any Tate the Tictory is one of magnificent ,nr,rtmns. and is ample enouch to en tourage every friend of reform in the wk yet remaining as well as a com pensation for tho arduous labors, of the cntivoi-s just concluded. Mfsshb....

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. — 16 November 1871

. THUUSDAV, NOVEMBER 10,1871. Eatss of Advertising. One ooltimn, one year r.,..,.........,.fi, n v 40 00 rr, oo 16 Of) Tninin( advertising per square nf eight lines or Ipb" 3 tiroes or ls 2 00 Business curd, ten '"flea op less. per ........... year 6 00 Marriages Mid Death cotlocs Inserted RMtis. ser? Kk Loige, A. T. H. SiitJ mpctinirs ofF.ik Lndce will he hnl 1 at their hall on th second and fourth runways of viili month. G. L. McCRACKEN, Soc'f. Tcnr'tt of lienor und Temteratiee. SI'h'.im Tim?'. Ni. SI. niacin on m:h aV.smv.n T!v.u- Uv. at tVir T.il; Room, a Mala nine'., ner .1. V. Hunk's store. H. A. P IRSON. A. R. Car Time at niitztcay Erie Enrriss st do do Wont do Mail d (to West Tlenovo Accommodation Fast- .to )- do M et... ft. m. 2:15 . Bi. 4:.r5 p. m. 0:0" ft. m . 7:17 . m . f.:01 p. m. KvEurmiNO is froi t up. Tneus was a snow storm here jester dsy. Snow Bmo-j p-iarsnee here. have made their op JrnoK lloutt his been having some new counters nnt in his store. FtEt). SciiORN'iS...

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. — 16 November 1871

tM 'Haa CunaL ! Wby people should expect this canal ' to be different Trora canals ia general, I do not know ; bat I have never ypt met a man tbat had seen it who did uot ex ress his astonishment at finding it " Just as 1" Possibly, the great naiiio ot its designer, the length of time during which it has beon before the world, and the splendid baptism which it received in November, I860, with all the Kings and Princes of the earth for its sponsors, have caBt a glamor ever it, making it appear more wonderful than it really is. But as you gradually btcome familiar with the utter barrenness of the country, void alike of food and shelter the treacherous nature of the soil, which runs like treacle into the canal from either bank, necessitating the constant working of dredgers to keep the passage clearthe meroiless heat, striking us heavily even in April the furious squalls of wind and rain, (one of which wets us all to the skin, provoking our Captain to observe sarcastically that " them ...

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. — 23 November 1871

ILL: HENEY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. ELK COUNTY -THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Two Dollars the AmruM. VOL. I. RIDGWAY, PA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1871. NO. 38. ( . -i 1 WORKS AND DAYS. nr ions w. cuadwick. To break the gently undulating tea With oars that seem to kiss it lovingly, And watch the eddies as they circle back Along my winding track. To rest upon my oars, and, ns I glide With wind and current, in the coollnir tide To dip my bauds, while something seems to say Within me, " Let us pray." As near as may be to the fringed shore To keep my boat, and lean her gunnel o'er, Watching the many-colored floor, nntrod 8ave by the feet of God. His ways are in the deep ; His sunlight, too, Pierces Us coldness through and through, And touches many a wonder that abides below the lowest tides. flow beautiful the snnllght on the sea, When waves by millions twinkle as in glee; But 'tis the sunlight in the sea whose gleam To ine doth fairest seem. It glorifies the pebbles with its rays ...

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. — 23 November 1871

IT "f,tJjftsJfe3 J.lKsnr A. Parson, Jr., - Editor. 1HCRSDAV. NOVEMKEn 23. 1871. Tic State Government Our Legislature for 1S72. .A PiriKCTORY FOR TUB rEOJ'LK List or the Heads or Dfpart- MKNT8 AND MEMBERS OP TUB SEN ATE AND IIOUSF. OP llEPRESENTA- TIYE8 or Pennsylvania. The following Directory will be found of interest to nil classes, as showing the condition of the Legislature for 1872. The offieinl list, make tho Senate stand 17 Republicans and 16 Democrats; and the House, 61 Republicans, 38 Demo crats, and 1 Independent. This valu- mblo paper also contain the names of the Governor, Heads of Departments, nnd Members ot the Senate and Hou?e f Representatives of the Common- xvealth of Pennsylvania, with their post tjffico address at home: OOVSB.10B AND BIADR Or DKPARTMEKTI. Governor John W. Gcaiy, Cumber land county, Executive Mansion, Front street, above 1 lue. Privato Secretary H. F. Lee. Cura berlaud county. Executive Mansion. Secretary of the Commonwealth Francis Jordan. Dauphin ...

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. — 23 November 1871

TITtTRSDAT, NOVEMBER 23, 1871. Eates of Advertising. One oolumn, one yearw.M..............,t?r, CO 40 00 a lo (Al lines or less 3 t ones or less.. 2 00 Business curds, ton lines or lent, per year C 00 Mnrringos and Death notices InMrted gratis, Transient advertising perMjaar if eipht Elk lodge, A. T. TC Stated meetinr of Elk Lodge will be "Pfl 1 at their hall on th second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. O. L McCRACKEN, Sco't TempU of Honor and Temoerance. Elklon Temple No. 81. meets on ea:h alternate Thursday, at their Ledge Tioom, a Mala street, over J. v. Honk a store. ii. a. parsons, a. a. Var Time at tlidgttay. Erie Express East do do West do Mail F.st do do West Kenovo Accommodation East... ta lo do Wcf.... , 2:00 a. tn. 2:15 a. m. 4:55 p. m. 9:05 . tn . 7:ft7 a. m. . fi:00 p. m. Temple op IIoNrJHhi. evcnlttg. The flood last week was a failure. Next Thnrsday is Thanksgiving day. Seb the new advertisements in this isue. Mups have made their appearance in thw place. Synw fell ...

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. — 23 November 1871

More Tlmn Honest. Mr. John Hamilton of St. Email's tells the following true story, in Mac miUan'i Magazine : " Before the famine of 1840 and following year, tlusre was already a considerable flow of migra tion to America; but few well-to-do people went then. It was chiefly young men and women, sons and daughters of poor families. It often happened that means were raised with difficulty enough for one of a numerous family to pay a passage to America, and on such and similar pleas I was often asked to lend the price of a passage, to be repaid by the emigrant. I often lent the requir ed sum then only three or four pounds. They sailed in small sailing-ships from every little port, and with very inade quate arrangements for their welfare. Contrary to what might be perhaps ex pected, these poor people generally sent back the sum lent within a year, and the exceptions, I am ashamed to say, were the very persons of whom I had felt most secure very decidedly of a class looked on as more resp...

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 November 1871

- " 1 1 . '- . .. ,- , . - - ,. , - - .. . -"- - ' .1- I .. I.I. , , II I I I 1 HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editob and Publisher. ' . ELK COUNTY TIIE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Two Dollars fxk Amruu. VOL.1. RIDGWAY FA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1871, " NO. 39. liOVB AT FIRST SIGUT. Tho racing river lenped, and snnir t!ull blithely iu the perfect weather, All rou id the mountain echoes rang, Tor blue ond green were glnd together. This mined oul light from every part, tnd that with songs of Joy wu thiilJIng ; But In the holl.w of my heart, There oched a place that wonted filling. Before the road and river met, And Btepplng-Btones are wet and glisten, I heard a sound ot laughter sweet, And paused to like it and to listen. 1 heard the ctinnllng waters flow, The enehnt's note, the bee's low humming-' Then turned the hedge nnd did not know ITowcoDld I f that my time was coming. A sir) upon the highest stone, Halfdoubtlul of the deed, was standing, So far the shallow flood hud flown Beyond the 'rnstomed l...

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 November 1871

TKCT15DAY, NOVEMBER FP, 171. The official vole of New York Stato. for Secretary of State is as follows: oribner, Rep., 387,107; Willors, Pern . SG8,21i. Republican majority, 18,80J. Forty-Skcnd Cuxorfss The second Be.osion of the Forty-second Con gress will eonvene on the first Mnnrlny in December, the 4th proximo. The Senate will be compoed of fifty-six Re publicans and fifteen Democrats. There -ore three vacancies to be filled one -each in Alabama, North Carolina and Illinois. The House of Representatives will stand politically, 1 10 Republicans (o 103 Democrats. This does not in clude the Territorial delegates. HOOSS AND EYES. The latest things out cats on the lack shed. Liberal advertisers are the men who "mean bm-iiiess." Two year's revenue from the Alaska ost( ffiee was 870. Without leisure, soys Buckle, there -can be no knowledge. There are eijrht pin factoiies in the United States, whose annual produc tion is 0,720 ,000.000 pins. There are in the United States 141 "blind per...

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 November 1871

!k cSmnlu. SUliwfe. Thursday, November ao. iTl P.tos of Advertising. One column, ono year $7fi 00 " ' " 40 00 " ' 2fi 00 " " 15 00 Trsns'cnt Advertising per square of eight lines or less 3 limes or lf)t 2 00 Business curds, ten lines or less per yenr & 00 Marriages a id Death nolioos inserted gratis. Elk Lodge, A. Y H. Ststed meetings of Elk Lodge will Vie knH at their hull on tin second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. 0. L McCRACltEN, Soc'y. Tcmp!e of Honor and Temnerance. Elkton Temple No. 81. meets on en:h alternat e Thursday, at tlieir Lodge Room, on Main Direct, over J. V. Hunk's store. 11. A. PARSONS. A. E. Car Ttmtat llidgtray. Erie Express East do do West do Mail East do do West Renovo Accommodation Eat ... (-4n do do Wet...., 2:0R a m. 2:15 a. m. 4:55 p. m. 6:05 n. m , 7:57 a. m. , f:00 p. m. Snow storm last Tuesday. StBscRiBK for the Advocate. Gold wni quoted in New York last Monday 111 110. Money-m attkks are somewhat close berc at present. J. H. Wtt.BKi has on han...

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 November 1871

Beaatlfjrlng Conntrx Homes. Strange ideas enter the minds of many E ergons when the subject of beautifying ome surroundings is mentioned in their presence. They will usually utter the far too common and absurd remark that such things are costly, and it is only the rich who can afford them. It certainly costs no more, as a general rule, to build a house ten rods from the high way than one as many feet from it; and still those latter unsuitable and inappro priate locations are being ocoupitd al most every day. If lawns are named, rollers, particular kinds of seeds, and lawn mowers are brought to mind; and while we are ready to admit that a good lawn cannot be made nor kept in first-rate condition without these imple ments, still a grass plat, large or small, occasionally mown, is far better than none. Even a meadow or pasture in front or near a dwelling might add something to its general good appear ance. The far too common style of arrange ment of country homes, is to place the mansi...

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. — 7 December 1871

v. Xl4NBY A. PARSONS, Jr Editor and Publisher. ELK COUNTY THE REPUBLICAN PARTT. Two Dollars per kirsxm. VOL.1. . RIDGWAY, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1871. NO. 40. 1 SUNDAY urgtMHS, lRnllT',MelAl Co,ne '''' friends I Ho if r wit tn mv One . - o J J vmi ttiuui BUUUB. i I Hflilt tn Bliara ,,Ul. 1 i uuia maae tno blind receive urae, nem me to believe t TnlrMltl.i la v Hi 1 uc, ftt the Jov t nnd when thn hejim. liKhtsjflflj looks as with the glenm VifTaln lT!K waste f" Htneel bv mTMl bended knoe : le must stoop low II ye?1110 j.uwer, u je would taste I i fo which my henrt would crawl, and crave, As 'twere a worm o' the dustf I wrltbed so low, it rose so high, Tbe mound tbnt sbut out all tbe sky : So broken was my trust. This morn I sought it! hardly one Ol all my nnshed tears would tun ; Instead Iroin out the sod A spring had gushed through dust and weeds Ana in me lignt ot uod it leeds My lile, direct lioin God. II. We are not only where we seem, But, lighted by some mystic gleam, Live ...

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. — 7 December 1871

I Tlf!RT A. I'ausons, Jr., - - Editor. THU8SDAT, DECMMBEE. 7, 1871. Still Jto.luclfiB It. The ndininistrntion Mill adheres. Juiilifully to tho policy of reducing tlic Vublic debt. Tbo official Treasury Mntenicnt shows u reduction of $3,462, OKO.IO during tlie month of November; u dcerenpo since Mnrch 1, 1871, of 572,457,479.07; a decrense from March 1, I860, to March 1, 1871, of 8204, 751,413.00; making a reduction of S277.21 1.802. 1(5 since the inauguration f Ocn, Grant. The revenue receipts during November are always less than during the other months, which ac counts for the comparatively small re duction last month. Hut as long as the o'licv of rapid reduction is adhered to, the average decrease of $100,000,000 yearly will be maintained. It 18 paid that three new States will apply for admission into the Union, jind two new territories will apply for .incorporation at the forthcoming se.ibion of Congress. The territories seek in a ndmipsion are Utah, Colorado and New Mexico. 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. — 7 December 1871

T II U HBP AY, DECEMBER 7, 1871. F.atcs of Advertising. column, one year ?76 00 " " " 40 00 " " " 25 00 ' " " 15 00 Transient advertising per square of eiaht lines or less 8 time or loss 2 00 business cards, (en lines or loss, pe year . 6 00 Mnrriagci ft ad Dealh notices Inserted gratis. Elk Lodge, A. T. M. Stated meetings of Elk Lodge will be lmMtA their hall on the second and fourth Tuesdays of eaoh month. a. l. Mccracken, Sec'y Temple of Honor and Icmoeranee. Elkton Temple No. 81, meets on e3h alternate Thursday, at their Lodgo Koom on Main street, over J. v. moiiic s store, H. A. PARSOSS, W. R, Var Time at Illdgicay. Erie Express East. 2:0fi a. m dn do West 2:15 a. m . do Mail East 4:55 p. m , rln WBt Vl'l I B. Wl Renovo Accommodation East..... 7:K5 a. m "i do do do West :00 p. m Thanksgiving passod off quietly here. An Argument Court will be held next week. Freezing The scholars in the Ridgway school. Get vour job work done at the Ad vocato office. A heavy snow storm prevailed ...

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