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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk advocate. — 22 February 1868

Vhttrful Ilathlng. Mark Twain writing to the Attn from Odessa, Russia, Aug. 2'2d says : It there is one tling that is really cheerful in J tho world, it is cheerfulness. I have noticed tltmt when man is right down cheerful, he is seldom unhappy for the time being. Such is the nature of man. Now I hare often thought that our stylo of bathing was rather reserved than otherwise, and lucked many elements of cliccrfulucss. But you canuot say that of Russian style. I watched a party of them at it this afternoon in the harbor, and it is really nice. The men and wo iicn, and the boys and girls, all go Sn to gether, along about noon, and the men don't wear knything at all, the boys don't, the girls don't, and the young women usually wear a single white thin garment with ruffles around the top of it and 6hort sleeves, (which I have for gotten the name of it,) but this would be very good apolopy tor a bathing dress, if it would only stay down. Hut it won't do it. It will float up around their ...

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 February 1868

pvonvh '' -JOHN K. MduHK', Kmron. HATUIUjAY : JVlrtu v. aHtl, :::: 1Hx. fOR I'KESIDENT IN 1808, GENERAL GREENBACKS. FOR VICE 1'RESJHKMT, GENERAL LOW TAXES. itemocrnlte Stale Convention. TlARRisuuno, Pa., Jan. 8, 1SGS. . The I'cnioctntio State Committee of Pennsylvania have Gicd WEDNES DAY, tl.o FOURTH (4tb) DAY OF MAUCH, 1K(H, at Vi o'clock M., oa t tie tunc, and the Hall of the lIou::c ol Representative, at llarrislurf, as the place tor huluiiir the iinuual Conven tion of the party. It in onlorcd that this Convention be composed of one member fur each Sen. tor and Keprcscutative, who shall be clectcVl'in the usual manner and they will meet at the time and plare afore. 'raid, for the purpose ol notninittini' can didatcs for the offices of Auditor Gen. eral and Surveyor General, and of sc lectin;; delegates to the National Con vention for the nomination of candidates for President nnd Vice-lVesideut. . The members and committees of the organization mid ull conservative cili - tens wh...

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 February 1868

LOCAL' INTELLIGENCE. Car Time at llUtgway. Eria Express Fast 10:1 p. m do do IVwl Jo Mnil East do do Vcs(....i.......i Locnl Freight East do do ; Wast. 8:02 a ni. 4::H p. in. L':4ri p. m. i:4l)n. m. 2;'25 p. m. Wilcox, Local items boing scarce about home during this week, wc con cluded to take n ride to the village ol Wilcox to sec what improvemeut was being made in that section. So, getting aboard the train, we were soon at out destination. Wilcox U pleasantly situated . on the nonnern Dans or ine-western orancn 01 the Clarion. We should judge by its appenranco that the placo is not very old its houses all looking new. The ground on which it is built rises grndu. ally back to a chain of high hill? in the fear, and from the railroad presents a beautiful appearance. The soil in the vicinity is said to bo excellent for rais ing all kinds of crops peculiar to our c!L mate, but is more espec:ally adapted to tho growing of hay, of which large quantities are raked und shipped nnnu ally. 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. — 22 February 1868

.It, TKW HARDWARE STOKIi! Tli sahscribcrs lmv just opened hi ST. MARY'S A new and Complete Slock of Heavy & Shell J J tl 9 And will ke;p eomtmiily on hand a great viric'y of COOK AM) IIEA TING STO YES Mttr Iron Sttrl Anvils, Jiilmr, Nail, Home Sfmrx, Spriny., Jlttitl. imj llanlintre, .Viw end Filet vf Every Dvteriptiun 1 VKS, PISTOLS AND CARTRIDGES, Vatlcry, rintrd Ware nnd House Famishing Goods. Al' kinditof Mechan ics' Tools 1 TIN AY ARE Of every description, which will lie sold at ilia LOWEST CAS1L.PRICES. Tee? bavo also (lie exclusive agency in St Mnry's for the IMPROVED ORIENTAL BA8E.RURNING COAL STOVES ! AN' I) PARLOR FURNACES ! Wluch have received Four First Class Pre nium at the New York State and oth. or Fairs ; Also, the Great Silver , Medal at the Fair of tho Am erican Institute, held in '-cw York City, 1805. Tky are Perpetual Burners, only one fire . leing required to-be made ouring the season. M. BEECHKR, Ja. W.M. II. COPELAND. mvWOT ly J$omdhiwj $ea A LARGE STOCK O...

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 February 1868

-She (fcfh gttocafc, A WEEKLY KEW8PAPER, totedtpthe Interests of the People of Elk Co in ri'BLinimo KvicnY sati.rpat, I3Y JOHN l- MOOllE, Office in the Court Ilounr. Tf rms One Dollar end Fifty Cent per annum, invariably in advauv,,.. No devia tion from these terms. Bates of Advertising. Transient Advert isemcments pers n, ifc' of 10 lines or less, 3 times or lops $2 00 For each subseqnnt insertion 1! Administrators' and Ex'rs notices... 2 fit) Auditors' notices 2 50 Dissolution. Cautions and Esiravs... 2 00 Local and Obituary notices pet line- 1" Professional cards, 1 year 5 00 TIARl.T ADVUnTICKMnXTS. 1 square $ 7 0O column JtiO 0) 2 squares .. 12 00J column W 0t 8 squares 15 OO'l column (iij 00 The above rates will be strictly adhered to in all advertising from this date. BI.AKKS. Single quire $2 5016 quires "p qr..!?1 7 3 quires qr... 2 Jiil'ovcr . i qr.. 1 50 iiAxnaiM.s. ! sheet. 25 or less 2 001 J heel, 25 or less 5 00 sheet. 25 or less 3 00, i sheet, 24 or less It 00 Nov. 28, ...

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 February 1868

JOHN I'. i(w!5H, l-lniToii. SATUJU- AY : FOIl M KM HI- NT IN GENERAL GREENBACKS. FOIl VICE 1'IIESIKFNT, GENERAL LOW TAXES. iirmocvnllc Slide Couit iiflon. TIaiiuim.IIM. Pa., Jan. 8, lsr.ss. Tin; Democratic State Committee of Pennsylvania have fixe J WEDNES DAY, tl.c FOUIITII f4tl0 HAY OF MARCH, lSlM, nt 12 o'clock m., as the t who, nod tlic Hall of the House ol Representative, at llarrisburg. as the place lor hoi ling the annual Conven tion of the parly. It is ordered that this Convention he composed of one meiiibcr for each Sen. :ttor and l'.epre?entative, who shall be elected in the usual manner and they will meet at the time mid place afore, paid, for the purpose of nominating can didates for the offices ot Auditor Gen rrnl and Surveyor General, and of se lectin"; delegates to the National Con vention for the nomination of candidates lor President and V.icc-Prcsident. The members and committees of the organization and all conservative citi zens who can unite wiih us in the sup' p...

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 February 1868

LOT. A I, IN T E 1. 1. 1 f,K N C F. .' Car Tlitictd mdtfttatf. Irie Express East 1(:HS j- da ' iln V.'ol o:",2il Jo Mail I'nM lo do Wist Local Freight East ilo Jo West , t::;H . m. !i: li p. m. MO a. m. ailio . ni. Mrs. I'autinu con Inslt-ted Tlie "White Mountains nf New Hampshire are evidently a grout institution vr-ry hijili, heavy frosts, beautiful view, four dollar dinner. Hut the practioal eye of a certain renowned Drake f aw these nmooth. faced rocks, and thereupon ndornrd and vnrieira'ed the hndlc p:lii tn the Tip-top House with his familiar 8. T. 1S00 X. I'LANTATI'N ElT- TKti!". This raised the ire of the Mrs. 'arMnr'ttis composing tho Legislature of the 4mini'.c State, who got their wise heads together, outlawed l.)r. Drake, and make it a penal offence to ply the the artistic brush on their bcbveJ hills. Verily, thu fino arts are at a discount in "Sew Hampshire. Query. Did Drake pay them for his splendid advertise, uicut ? Maonoi.ia Watkh. A delightful toilet article superi...

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 February 1868

JEW 1IARLWA HE STORM I'he subscribers bnvi jut opened in ST. MARY'S A new and Complete Slock of Heavy & Shell C 1 I And will kesp comtnntly on hniid ft great vsric'y of COOKAXD 1IEA Tl.XG STO VES liar iron, V'e Aiinlx, Stfmrn, Anils, i Jiorxe S "'', Springs, Build, ing Hardware, airs and Fite vf Ecry Jh-nrrijititm SINS, PISTOLS AND CARTRIDGES, Cutlery, Plated Ware nnd House Furnishing Goods. Al1 kinds uf Mechan ics' To ols ! T I N W A R E Of 9vcry description, whirh will lie sold t tlio LOWEST CASH 1MUCES. Tasy have nlso tlio exclusive ngency in S Mary's for the IMPROVED ORIENTAL BASE.BL'RNING COAL STO VKS AND FARLOR Ft UN ACES ! ! Wliieh linvo rccoivod Four First ClaS3 Pre miums nt tho,New York Stale nmlotli. er Fairs ; Also, tlio Great Silver Medal nt the Fnir of 1'ic Ani' erienn Institute, held in New York City, 18(50. Ttay tire Perpetual Burners, only one fire feeing required to' bo made curing the season. M. 15 EEC I II'''.. .Tit.' WM. II. OOFELA.VD. mv28'67 ly Something $c...

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 March 1868

r t 3 e 6lh gduocaic, A WEEKLY KEWSrArER, Oevosdto the Interest of tlie Teoplc of Elk Co J IS rUDUMIKI) KVEltY SATI'DIVAY, , .TOMN F- MOOllE, Offict in the Court IToitsr.. Ten s One Dollnr and Fifty (Ytiti per tin uni, invariably in aavam..,. No dcvi.v lit i from these terms. Bates of Advertising. Trn Bient Advcrtisptnonienls pcrs q of lljlinos or less, fl times or less i2 00 For ach mibscqnnt insertion .Adi inistrators' and Exrs notices... Am tors' notices Dis dntions. Cautions ami Estrnys... I,nl and Obituary noticea pet line.. I'rc essional cards, 1 yen I TKARI.T AHVV.RTISKMKNTS. 1 fjiiare $ 7 001 column $20 00 2 etiare 12 0fj column !" 00 8 b uares .. 15 001 column (it) (HI ' lie above rates will bo strictly adhered t i all advertising from this dale. M.AKKS. Biikie quire $J f0'( quires "p qv..$l 7-" 3 duirca "t? qr... 2 Gtljovcr 0. qr.. 1 DO I HAsnnu.i.s. sfieet. 2rorles92tl0;j sheet, 2'or lessCOO J lieet, 25orles300!l sheet. 21 or lessOOU Nov 28, 1807. ' JOHN F MOOHK, I Editor...

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 March 1868

v JOHN P. Euitoii. AT UliD AY 3 March, nth, : : : :!:: 18f?8 FOK rnESIDENT IS liGS, GENERAL GREENBACKS. POIl VICK ME8IDENT, GENERAL LOW TAXES. DEMOCRATIC STATU TICK&T, For Auditor General, CHAS E BOYLE, Vf layette Count. For Surveyor General, GEN W H ENT 0 Columbia County, The , Motive of Impeachment. Several of the Radical journals com mcnt, half fcoastingly, but with sup pressed wonder, on. the tbo apparent apathy of the . people in regard to the impeachment of (heir President It appears that they are somewhat dig. appoiutcd in not having a greater sen sation by their bold revolutionary movement. Let them have patience j the popular sentiment will in duo time find its expression with sufficient visor and earnestness to satisfy the conspira tors in their utmost craving for excite ment and convulsion. The fiercest storms have the gentlest prelude, and iho deepest and most powerful currents flow with the least noise and calmest surface. The present crisis is fraught with so much ...

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 March 1868

fc'RY SOUTHER, Attorney-at-Law, lidgwny, T. (febliirGH) WINTED ONE HUNDRED TONS LD CASTIROS at the Stove and Tin Slip, Ridgwny, Pa. (fcb2-2t) eJtAL NOTICE. Dr. C. W. Steb. Ji.nr, of llrookvillc, Pa., -will bo at KiilpWy during the April term of Court to opcrni in the lino of his profession, for the inscrttn of nrtificinl teclli, or t ho prcscrvai tion othe natural organs. Rooms at the rcsidclce of Mr. Erooks. (Icb'JU-Tw.) "THJOHN SAUER, Dentist, of Warren, AJ desires rcspetfully to Inform the x;itizei4t)f Ridgwny and vicinity that he Will bj at the Hyde House in RidRway, on niondf, the Ht li day of March, 1808, and will pnol ice in the line of hiB profession. Satisfction guaranteed. (feh2!) 21) T AtEST ARRIVAL ! ! JL. FALL AND WINTER GOODS ! I E A P EST GOODS I N RIDGWAY ! AT THE STORE OF Mi S;8ELNAP, Cor.jaf Main tj- Water, end of Hyde House, Wkofc he has on hand an extensive assort menj of Goods, consisting of Woilen Goods, Huts and Caps, Boots rod Shoes, Underclothes, Ladies' Dre...

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 March 1868

N EV 11 A Kb WAKE ETDllh! The Bnbscribere have just 'opened in " 8 T. MAFIY'9 A new and Complete Stock of Heavy & Sliclf j rental nnf! i :i I J J 9 And will keep constantly on hand a great Viric'y pf COOK AND HEATING STOVES liar Iron, Strcl Anvils, Bellows, Nail, Horse Shoes, Sjirinys, Build mj linficare, ISaws an. I Filis f Every Description ! WK3, PISTOLS AND CARTRIDGES, Cutlery, Plated Ware and House Furnishing Goods. AV kinds of Mechan ics' Tools ! T I N W A R E 9t every description, which will he sold lit the LOWEST CASH TRICES. They have nlso the exclusive ngency in S Mary's for the IMPROVED ORIENTAL BASE.BUUNING COAL STOVES AND TARLOU FURNACES ! ' ?! i "fstr-. "'.1 Which have received Four First Class Tro. uiiuuis at the New York State and oth er Fairs ; Also, the Great Silver Medal nt the Fair of the Am erican Institute, held in New York City, 1XU5. Thy re 1'erpctual Burner, only one fire kcing required to''.be made during the season. M. BEECHER. .Ta.; WM. II. COI'ELAND....

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 March 1868

She (fillt guluoc, A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, Devoted to the Interests of the People ot Elk Co IS rUBLISIIKO KVETtY SATURDAY, BY JOHN F. MOORE, Office in the Court House. Tibm One Dollar and Fifty Cents per annum, invariably in advaut.v. No devia tion from thee trms. Bates of Advertising. Transient Advcrtisemements pcrs qire of 10 line or less, 8 times or less $2 00 for each subsequnt insertion 25 Administrators' and Ex'rs notices... 2 CO Auditors' notices 2 fit) Dissolutions, Cautions and Eslrnys... 2 00 Local and Obituary notices pet line.. 15 Professional cards, 1 year 6 00 YEARLY AOVKHTI8KMKNT3 '1 square $ 7 00 V column $'20 00 squares 12 00 A column 85 00 LH(iares - 15 00 1 column 00 00 Stb above rates will be Btrictly adhered to in all advertising from this date. ' BLANKS. Single quire $2 50i6 quires qr..$l 75 8 quires qr... 2 BOjOvor 0, qr.. 1 50 HAXr.HII.t.R. J sheet, 23orlcss200Uhcet, 23or less500 sheet, 25 or less 8 00 1 sheet, 24 or leas 0 00 Nov. 28, 1807., JOHN F MOOTtE, Edito...

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 March 1868

JOHN F. MOuKE, EniTon. satuTikaV": M.uch.litiiT : : : ::::18GR. FOR PRESIDENT IN 1808, GENERAL GREENBACKS. FOR VICE I'RESlflEJiT, GENERAL LOW TAXES. DKMOCUATIC STATU TIUKKT. For Auditor (renerat, CHAS E BOYLE, Of Fayette County. For Surveyor General, GEN W H ENT Oj Cohinihm Comity. iJlVlUU IIM EJTT. The Impeachment (action havo sum nioDed tho President to nppcnr on Fri day, thu 13th, before tho bur of the Senate, lie will not appear ia person, but through his counsel. Tho scheme is io a fuit state of progress. Meantime these samo iuipeachors bold, bud nii'D stand themselves im peached before the high court of tho people. T hey have forgotten tho warn ings of thut tliunuciii e; voice, which, in October last, shook the entire land from Maine to California. They heed Dot tho startling results of tho lute elections in New York and the Mew England States, where the Detnoe. racy is universally victorious, and where democrats couut their gains by thous ands ! But to return to impeachment. ...

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 March 1868

BDLTT1T. VkTIPtt V lavsfouna ll nccesary, In order to keep the fliucial department ol the Advocate on a good bal to adopt the following rule ' lantid Advertisements mini be paid tor in ad ' van and all Job Work ae soon as completed. Is nu, e out and presented to yearly advertisers at Lht aginning of each quarter. S-.tnorlp ont to be paid (or invariably in advance. novt: John F. Moohk, Publisher l h. KAHLt.it rnys.cinn nuu Sur- J yon, F.nrley, Elk County, 1'a. Alarii 7, lSCS-ly. 'TVT ANTED A Smart, Active Roy, a ' VV but 18 years of ng to attend a iestnuraut. Address, or npply to JACKSON & MAEll'lIANT. - mar7-tf Ridgway, Ta. p. S. To a young man who can cut anil nve hair, an excellent cnanco win oe 01 cred. J- ! T1IIE LANCASTER INTELLIGENCER. JL t"e largest anu iiicapcsi uiuuh ihurnal in Pennsylvania. I. The Lancaster Inttlliucncer, established I ,17!U1, lins always boon known as a first f lam political and family newspaper. The 1 Weekly Intelligencer is now me uirgesi emocratic ...

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 March 1868

EY HARDWARE 8T0RK! Tin subscribers bare just 'c pent J in ST. MARY'S A new and Complete Slock of Henry & Shelf HARDWARE I J And will kesp comtantly on hand a great vario'y of COOK AND HEA TING STO VES Bar Iron, Steel Anvil, Bellows, Nails, Home Shoe, Spring, Build, ing Hardware', jS'tics ami Filvs of Every Description I VNfl, PISTOLS AND CARTRIDGES, Sntlery, riatcd Waro and House Furnishing Oooils. Al' kinds of Meclmn ics Tools ! TINWARE f every description, which will be Bold nt the LOWEST CASH rillCES. Tb7 have also the exclusive agency in S Mary's for the IMPROVED ORIENTAL BASK.BURNING COAL STOVES AND PARLOR FURNACES 1 ?uieh have received Four First Class Tro mums at the New York State and oih . or Fairs ; Also, the Great Silver Medat at the Fair of the Am erican Institute, held in New York City, 1865. Tky art Perpetual Burners, only one fire , . being required to ..be made during the season. . M. BEECHER, .Tn. WM. II. COPELAND. nov28-67 ly Something $ew. A LARGE STOCK OF GOO...

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. — 21 March 1868

N EM E S Vc wcro sisters, fortune lavor'd, Horn ot noble race ; She was fragile, timid, tondcr, With the sweetest luce. Like a shy half hidden snowdrop, . J'urc, nnd pale, and meek ; Nut the faiulest glow of summer Hesting ou her check. She was guileless, good and gentle I was restless, strong, With a fierce ambition burning, Goading me along. She wa) lik a star at evening, Exquisitely bright ; I wns like a flashing meteor, Tutting out her light. To be fairest, first and greatest, Heart of heart's desire. Raged beneath .ny proud cold bosom Like consuming lire. Daring, reckless of the future, , . b'Xlst'ioncf, rdiame, remorse, Eaith despising, heaven defying, I pursued my course. f J?y my uuileiui arts pure wot king, Treachery, cold deceit, Soon I bro't my sifter's suitors Vanquished to my feet. Victims but to grace my triumph, On their necks to tread ; What to me was love or rapture 7 1 who scorned to wed ! Till at length UK came. O, N'aturi, What a skill was thine, t)ut of woithlos...

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. — 21 March 1868

She John f. .-.!. i:,.,.r,a. """sA,rm:i..AY: M.ti Hi. '.M-r. : : : : :: : lt-uirt loll V!'lliF.N r IN lSti GENERAL GRE NSACKG. villi virr. rni'sMU'Nr, v-r,vr, I..UVV I MA JlEM-'i ":. V) IC , T V I K TlCIvKT. ("'urrnl. CIIAS BOYLE. V S-trmi-r Ot-ntrof, GEN W I! KXT mi: ala cam a r,:u r: in: TV.i p.n i v whose path is shown with the IraguicMs (;f broken pled ne and violat. cd oaths-, is about adding to the list of iLs Clinics n nrtv ilpod r.f mil.!, pcrlnJy. J .so Jiccoiiiructiou acts of Oongrtss, a tor providing lot i!,c erec. tiun of A'cgro Cotivciitioria to frame con stitutions, k-r t!ic Southern States direct that the c.ni?iiin:iciis thus formed should bo subedited for jH-ooptaiicc to Bitch pcrsoU6 a:, Congress permitted to vote and 1 o."-ti-t fur the purpose in any .Slate, did not cast their ballot in favor of the coin iit-jtitn submitted to them, it should tint be ml ; ted. Con. gt ess thus distinctly c nn t I and an. nontiood that every elector who did not vote iii favor ol the...

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. — 21 March 1868

wcAiiNTKu.ifinscE. Erie Express Eas. Khl.ip. in o no Vtest do Mail Fast do do West Local Freiglit E.t.-l do do West K 'Ja in. . m. 2: p. m. '.1:1(1 a. in. -;-" p. in. Elk Io.lge, A. Y. M Stated 'meetings of Elk Lodge will bt Iii'KI Tuesday evening, on or! eforc l!ie full moon of each mouth co every two weeks thereafter. J. K. V ill I'M, IRE, Soe'y. B?i-Tlie: Commissioners will meet nl tlicir cflioc in Kidgway, on i ho L-t. Mon day in j iil, lNCiS. T. G. i'H KP S-N, Cillk. llArj r'rixu. Our lumh'jr.inni are n.w busily cn-ticd in r;l rlntr their boards, idiingies, e, i, a !' ti.o M.. .jlor .-I km ins. During the l.iji water e' the past week but little cund he (June in the -.v.iv t.f WAV running uioi! 'J"Ii - Jjj-. Soother & Willi, a. ;': ;. Creek i r j'.. : . i f-'i'uii, y Kltil:il iX l.'.'L'O onil'tl'v udiift. Loss about. S'mM 1'hc !);)( Ill lil i.iiil o:i ;ik 1'Vel.iill Inst, of logs went Cj;.Wc e:i!l special a'tetitiuti ndvert'-rmotit ..t ,1,.; St. Mary's tlic ieam of ,7,c r;.,...

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. — 21 March 1868

N EV 11AUDWARE STOKll! "l'ho subscribers linvc just 'opened in ST. MARY'S Anew nnd Complo.lo Stock of Heavy & Shelf HABDWAB fra .t i And will ke.-p conil mlly on hand a gmit variety i'i COOK A D II K A TJXG S TO YES Bar Imn, Strrl Ann'', BMrs, A'tVs, llortc iXVik'x, Si ri ., Jiiiiil- iti J II ifh'-i'ic, Arfi's nni Film' f E-n i ;-i)Hon .' St S3, FIST0L9 A Nil CARTRIDGES, Cutlery, Tinted Ware and UouiC Furnishing Goads. Al' kind-of Mechan ics' Tools ! T I N W A R E Of every description, which will he soUl nt tho LOWEST CASH 1' HICKS. . They liavo also th.e exclusivo agency il S Mary's, for t ho ' IMPROVED ORIENTAL BASE.RURNING COAL STOVES AND PARLOR, FURNACES ! Which hnro r'-e-ived Tonr First Clas." Fre uiium- at the NfW York Stale nnd oili er Fairs : Also, the (irent Silver Medal nl the Fair of I lie Am eriivin T -tit hehl in New York City, IM o. Thoy nro iVvclnal FiuT.(.rs, only one fire hciii lcqnired to'"..be made uuring the sepson. M. KKKC1IE". .Tn. W.U. II. COl'FLAND. nov2H...

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