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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 25 April 1872

Hotr Vaccine Vims is Obtained. Dr. ITonry A. Martin, of Boston, who gome timo ago took up tho buniness of furnishing tliysicians with lymph for vaccination purposes, derived directly from hoifcrs inoculated with thJ cow pox, finds the business growing great on his hands, and the lympn extraordinarily in demand, so that he has given up all his practice, save surgery and vaccina tion, and he devotes all his timo aVid energies to this speciality. What would Bccni, at first thoughtto be tho least possiblo .source of inconvonioncc, has proved to Dr. Martin the most tronblo sotne that is, to securo a sufficient and constant supply of animals. For tho purpose of vaccination and tho- supply of lymph, only heifer calves from three to six months old are used, and the ut most care is observed to select only the healthiest and mostsuitablo individuals. This necessitates a supply of about three hundred per yeor at present, and soon double that number will be required. A semi-satirical paragraph ...

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. — 2 May 1872

1 - ! c C . HENRY A. F ARSONS, Jk., Editor akd Pcbusheii. ELK COUNTY TIIK REPUBLICAN PARTY. Two Dollars ter Axsmf. VOL. II. RIDGAVAY, PA,. THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1872. NO. 9. POBTIt Y. MY KEIGIIBOH. V OiniLD HIBBST. o;e thou thy neighbor," we am tol.1. " Evtn at Thytetf." That creed. I hold I Dut lor. bor more, a thousand-fold I My lovely neighbor j ofl we moot In lonely lano or crowded street : I know the muMc of her feet. She Utile think" how, on a day She must have ml --ed her tmial way. And walked into my heart for aye. Or how the radio nf her drew) Thrllla tjirontH me Ilk. a toft coro'i. With tremblt of dcllclouaneaa. Wee woman, with her nmlllnir mien. And eonl celeatially aerene, Pile pagBoa met nnconrcloaa Queen ! Her face moat lnaoeontly Rood, Whore ahyly peopa the aweet red blool, Iler form a neat of Womanhood I Like Ralotgh for her dainty tread When waya are miry I conld aproad My cloak, but thore'a my heart Instead. Ah Neighbor, you will never know Why 'tis my atop la quickened...

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. — 2 May 1872

Hihry A. Parsons, Jr., - . Editor. THURSDAY, MAT I, 1872. SITOLICAN STATS TICKET. for governor: Maj. Gen. JOHN F. HARTRANFT, Montgomery County. FOR BUPRIMB JUDGE: Hon. ULYSSES MERCUR, Bradford Count;. TOR auditor general: Brig. Gen. HARRISON ALLEN, Wanen County. congressmen at large: General LEMUEL TODD, Cumberland County. General HARRY THITE, Indiana County. The security of the national credit and the success of Republican policy of government are now jeopardized by the effort to gratify the personal likes and dislikes of worn out politicians. The Liberal Republican movement amounts to this and nothing more. State Jour nal. Many ot the men who are now an tagonizing the Republican party, have I 5288 heretofore, with brazen-face effrontery j managed to claim the credit of political j vomits in the production ol which they I had no agency until they sought to seize their fruits. Now that they are opposing the truth of Republicanism we will be able to get at the truth of their influenc...

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. — 2 May 1872

THUR8DAT, MAT 2, 1872. Car Time at Ittdgicay. Erie Express East 2:08 a in. do do West...... 2:15 a. m. do Mail East 4:55 p. m. do do West.... 6:27 a. m. Renoro Accommodation East 7:55 a m. do do do West. ..... 6:00 p. m. Gardes making ia now the order of tb dy. YebteRday was Dr. U. R. Earley's forty-ninth birth-day. Thi frame for G. G. Messenger's house on South street has been raieed. There was a Navigation Co. flood in the Clarion lastSaturday. Services in the Court House next Sunday, morning and evening, by Rev. II. A. Pattison. Billiard Saloon Mr. R. K. Enbody, of Maucb Chunk, has rented Messenger's Hall and is soon to open up a billiard saloon. A NEW sidewalk has been put down on Mill street trom the post offioe to Sonth street. This improvement is one which has long been needed. C. V. GiLTJS and Jas. Hagerty were out trout fishing one day this week and caught a loon. The prize has been visited by a large number of persons. Tub woods surrounding this place have been on fire for...

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. — 2 May 1872

Entertaining a Choir. Since the groat Boston Poaoe Jutrileo, our hitherto quiot villago has been in a state of continual uproar. Gloo-clubs vio with th town-choira in making both day and night hideous with their per petual turmoil. I eould withstand this with ft com mendable degree of pationco would they give us old familiar songs and tunes i but in lieu thereof, we have a something that would even puzzlo Watts, or any of the old hymn-makers, to make either head or tail, middle or beginning out of. "Once updn a time" I had the honor to load the good old-fashioned choir of the aristooratio cliurcn ot our neignoor hood. Then it was that when I pitched the tune, they wont ahead, and did up the business on hand in short meter, and took their seats like a well-behaved and modest sot of people ; and those were the times that tried the musoular arrangements of the throat and mouth ; but now Lot me tejl you. Jane Jane is my oldest daughter she is a member of the choir, of the Mendelssohn, B...

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 May 1872

ELK C0UNTY--T1I11 REPUBLICAN PA R T Y. Two Dollars ter Annum. NaloT VOL. II. RIDGAVAY, PA,. THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1872. HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. rOETli Y. MFE'ft APRIL. Ewcet joiil blHIic Apitl torpluy lowaid tlio May Whoe xhudowH ppeed O'er hlnMomrd mend Olwoeil by the light of vail.iblc is ! Thou Ua-t beauty lLot U l.inrc tlinB Mr, Whme the wren otitis Thee on their whiffs llri'016' from out tut thicket" m in to bear. Bon, chanceful ul; s :nr-t. onilng, oof-m to 110, light they pa, A dew l'rom gru Kro silver fum have -: t their golden glow. The pannluM flutter w a milled pool Breaks o'er thy face, To paw In grace Where overy tiny wave Milks calm and cool. Nu boat, no flncne, Imt u mild lambent light Plays ronnd thy word, Till, like struck chord, Our answeihig hearts go tduglug In tby filflit. Thy smile glance ont ltko sparkles on the miuws Or rays that cross The dew-touched mom That eomo. so l're-u and fair before the rose. Th tear-, that .tint m quick, that How 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. — 9 May 1872

Unsay A. Parsons, Jr., . . Editor. THURSDAY. MAY 9. 1872. KSPTOLICAN STATE TICKET. FOR governor: Mj. Gen. JOHN F. IIARTR.YN7T, , Montgomery County. FOR SUPREME JUDGE: Hon. ULYSSES MERCUR, Bradford County. FOR AUDITOR GENKRAL: Brig- Gon, HARRISON ALLEN, Warren County. CONGRESSMEN AT LARGE: Geucral LEMUEL TODD, Cumberland County. General HARRY WHITE, Indiana County. We don't think John Chinaman suc ceeds in "pointing a moral," though he way "adon. a tail." A Pennsylvania Dutchman, who mar ried his second wife indecently soon after the funeral of the first, was visited with a two hours' serenade in taken of disap proval. He expostulated pathetically thus: "I Bay, poys, you ought to be ashamed of yoursclfs to be making all dis noise ven dare vos a funeral here so soon." The Wilmington (Del ) Commercial I 5289 has been collecting information as to the present outlcok for peninsular peach growers, and reaches the conolusion that the probable amount of money to be re alized from the sale o...

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 May 1872

f GJlk founts &ttaocatc. THURSPAT, MAY 9, J872. Var Time at Mlldgtvay. Erie Express Hast 2:00 a. m. do do West 2:15 ft. m. do Mail East 4:R5 p. m. do do West 0:27 a. m. Renovo Accommodation East 7:55 a m. do do da West fi:00 p. m. We notice that the West End Photo graph Gallery is turning out soroo fino Work. Horace Grekt.ky has been nominat ed by the Liberal Republicans for the presidency, and Rote of tho West Knd Gallery Is at all times prepared to take first-class pictures. FoWELii & Kime are receiving a large and well-selected stock ot Sum mer goods, Hats, Caps, Hoots, Slioes, Cloihinfr, etc., in endless variety tind nt prices which can not luil to suit. All persons who enlisted in the U. S. Bcrvice. under the proclamation of May 3d, 1861, for three years, are entitled to a bounty of 8100, under' the late Act, Call at the office of J. O. W. Hailey. Your faded Jocks oun be restored to all their youthful beauty by using Na tures's Hair Restorative, which is free from all d...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 9 May 1872

Tlio Art of Dj-cin?. Dyeing was practiced successfully in India, Egypt, Persia, China, and Syria at the earliest periods of which any mention is made in recorded history. Cloths were dyed purple, scarlet, yellow, and blue by somo if not all of these na tions. Tyre and Sidon, long beforo the time of Ilerodotms, were the centres of great industries, and dyeing was. their principal occupation, and added greatly to their commercial wealth. It is claimed that a slave living in Tyro accidentally discovered the Tyrian purple so long and justly celebrated, and which was first made known about 1,500 years B. C. The dye was obtain ed from a species of shell fish found on tho shores of the Mediterranean Sea. Plutarch rolates that at the taking f Busa by the Greeks, commanded by Alexander the Groat, they found in the treasury of King Darius purple cloth of great valuo, which retained its beauty, although it had lain there one hundred and ninety years. The secret of this beautiful color was also...

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 May 1872

ELK COUNTY THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Two Dollars tt.k Annum. VOL. II. RIDQWAY, PA,. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1872. NO. 11. HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor asd Publisher, POETRY. TUB DEWi Weep Tor me, pen tip flowers : let your tear IMead for mo with the llpht." Hi, tremblingly, before (die rtlfnprrarF, Whisper the Night. " Amid creation, fee, I nm nlone Following the fleetbiff Pay i The pray mystcrion? ppell aroui.d me thrown Repel tlio (ray. What pleasure 1 It that to me belong The sweotest flower ami bird. If by my ear the sad, b ict'chltifr sone Alone be heard t ' He file forever from my yearning arm-, . That Rlorlou. rJIiiifr sun ; I bathed In tear, iiiiild my starry el.nm;, Murt fullow on." . " So, with a breath of pad and hopeless siphs. Night bids tho eartli adieu ; And the pure tear-drop In the flower's eyes We rail tho dew. Harper' Monthly. THE STORY-TELLER. THE DEACOX AND HIS WIFE. tVhat Came of Waahlng oil Similar. Deacon Flint had decided to move 5 hud decided to commence moving at p...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 16 May 1872

Hbnry A. Parsons, Jr., . . Editor. THURSDAY. MAY 16. 1872. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. rR oovF.RNon: Maj. Gen. JOHN F. IIARTRANFT, Montgomery County. FOR SUPREME JIUKIE: I7on. ULYSSES MERCUR, Bradford County. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL! Brig. Gon. HARRISON ALLEN, Warren County. CONGRESSMEN AT LA HOE! Genera! LEMUEL TODD, Cumberland CouDty. General HARRY WHITE, Indiana County. The debt statement shows a reduction of twelve millions five hundred thousand and eighty-eight dollars and sixty-two ceuts (812,588,088.02) for the month of April. Let the tender-hearted sympathize. Poor Stokes, the murderer ot Fisk, is re ported to be extremely dejected because his counsel, Graham and Gerry have de serted him. His friends would give the world for a sentimental jury. Killings don't turn out favorably in that respect it is to be feared the prisoner may event ually be compelled to resort to the worn out plea of insanity. A good umbrella is a sure test ot a man's respectability. A man may go to church or to...

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 May 1872

THDRSDAY, MAY 18. 1872. Car Time at llldgway. Erie Express Fust 2:00 tn. do do West 2:15 n. m. do Mail East . 4:55 p. m. do do West 6:27 a. m. Ttcnoro Accommodation East .... 7:55 a m. do do do West. 6:00 p. m. Next Sunday is Whit-Sunday. Sheriff Oyster is having an addi tion built on to tho jail. Services in the Couit House next Sunday, morning and evening, by Rev. H. A. Pattisou. Thayer & Haoerty have lately re ceived a large stock of new goods which they are disposing of at reasonable rates. Jab. II. IIagerty, of this place, has been appointed a member of the Re publican State Central Committee for Elk county. CtJRT, otherwise the famous quill driver of the illustrious Elk Democrat, was out fishing one day last week. He has also moved into his house on - the hill. Lost. A gold sleeve button with a enameled cross in the centre; cross rimmed with gold. The finder will he liberally rewarded by leaving tho same at this office or at the bakery. W. II. Schram, one of the new Superv...

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 May 1872

A Burning Ship. . Oh that sight ! can I ever forgot it 't The five was ppurting from every cre vice of tlm black hull, her great main mast was gone, the tnizen mast lay with several great white sails surging about in the water, and she was dragging it along with her. The foremast only stood, and its rigging and sails had not yet caught. A dead silence had succeeded now to the commotion in the vessel: innn were standing ttock-still, perhaps waiting for their orders, and my uncle's were the only eyes that wcro not strain ed to follow the leaping and dazzling spires. Every moment wo approached. Wow the first waft of smoke came in our faces, now wo could hear a cracking ana rena itiG the creak and shiver, and the pecu liar roaring noise made by a mastering fire. " A full-rigged ship," I heard Brand whisDer to his wife " Eleven hundred tons at tho least." " Merciful heaven !" she whispered in replv. "I hope she wont blow up, Anyhow, I thank the Lord we've got Master in command himself. I...

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 May 1872

Two Dollars br Ahktjm. V OL. II. RIDGWAY, PAV THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1872. NO. 12. ELK COVNTY- POETIiY. KHOM TFltt OEKMAN. iIoal$t- tli. crofl, the Dearer IlpaVon j No cross without, do God within Doath, Judgment from the heart are driven Amid the world fntee Rlare and din. Oh I happy ho with all hid loon, Whom God hath ot beneath the crew. Uetivler the cronn, the bettor Christian ; This Is the touch t on p God applies1). Uow many a canton would he wanting, Unwot by showers f j:o woppliiff eye ! The pold by Are is purified ; Tuo ChrtMiun I. by trouble tried. Heavier t&e croF. .lit rtronfier faith ; The loaded palm Ftriken deeper root ; The vine-Juice nweetly ieeneth When men have prowd the clustered fruit ; And courage frrown where danger come. Like pearls beneath the wilt fea foam. Heavier the crow, the heart ie r prayer ; The bruised reeds most frairrant are. If sky and wind were always fair. The sailor would not watch the star; And David's ppalms had ne'er been mug. If ffrief hts ...

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 May 1872

Qimrt A. Parsons, Jr., - - Editor. THURSDAY, MAT 23, 1872. BEPTOLIC AN,' STATE TICKET. for governor: Msj Hen. JOHN F. IIARTRANTT, Montgomery County. TOR SUPREME JU1K1E: " Hoo. ULYSSES MERCUlt, Tlradford Countv. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL: Brig. Gen. HARRISON ALLEN, Warren County. CONGRESSMEN AT I.AKGE! Ocnerrl LEMUEL TODI Cumberland Cpunty. General HARRY WHITE, Indiana County. The division in the R publican ranks, to much harped upon by our Democratic cotemporaries, was tested at the muoicipal election in WiliianiE- port, on Tuesday last. The whole Repub lican ticket was elected by a majority ot 170 or thereabout, beiog a very large Republican gain 350 we have seen it stated. The Democrats were certain of success, having generally carried the city by very handsome majorities, But instead ol finding the Republican party divided, they found it united and its strength largely increased as it will bo found throughout tin Stnte in October. Harrisburg Telegraph. Where to find Eternal Spring in t...

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 May 1872

9 THURSDAY, MAY 23, J872. " Car Time at Mlldgway. Erie Express East 2:08 a. do do West 2: IB a. do Mail East 4:f,5 p. do do West &:2" a. Renovo Accommodation East..... 7:fi5 a do do do West :00 p. Rain fell here Inst Sunday. CoRl'US Christi occurs May 30th. This is the last week for Treasurer's Sales. As a dressing, Nature's Hair Restora tive goes ahead of any in the market. See advertisement. 2t. Accident. Last Monday,' Macca Kime, a little son of Jufcn Kinio of this place, aged about six years, had his arm broken by falling from a fence. . Music Mrs. O. G. Richards of Williamsport, Pa., will locate in Ridg way about June 1st for tlic purpose of organizing a class in music. She is pre pared to give thorough instructions on Piano Forte and Or"iin. The JJioest Thing out. The large crank orguo at the jewelry stoie of Cbas. Holes, where can le found '.lie largest and best slock of jewelry west of the city. Ladies sets from tJ5 cents to $25. Curt of the Democrat is in the hat tradin...

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 May 1872

Xliq Ciloi nIrt Indian, This Uonao is plantojl seemingly hy chalice, nny whore, without relations to anything except usually another houso just like it. It has a flap door, mado of an old apron or dress ; but under the gome roof you will generally find another room, with a door which is fastened. At first I thought this an apartment to let, but it is a store-house, and seems to be a Bort of genteel sham, for every one into which I got a poep was empty, or very nearly so. It had probably tho same relation to the dignity and good stand ing of a family that an hermetically scaled parlor has to ft respectablo coun tryman's house in New-England. If you can toll tho difference between mero squalor, and filth, you would sco that these Indian houses and their inhabitants are not dirty. I . think it likely that they learned cleanliness from tho "Id Spanish California!!, who, it should bo known, are eminently cleanly people. At one of theso houses, at a little dis tance from Tcmecula, I beg "...

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 May 1872

4 , j .1.: v -. ) ' : ? I, :- ;.-.).. 1 M ! Hot, ,1 :.V. . BNET A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. .KLK COUNTYTHE nKVUELICAX TARTY. Two Dollars rj Abkcjl Vol. il RIDGWAY, PA,. THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1872. ,:: NO. 13. H I is J At lVE THY. GOOD-BY. t t i I . t . w. aiimo. u't n :.. . -1 .(liwd-by, proud worM I I'm oln noino ; , Jnott art not my mind, mud I'm not thlnr. I f . nr t)lrou1 nr weary crowd. I ronni i A rfvbr-tttk on the ocenn bi-inr. 'Lonir X vo boon tostl llko the diirun foam ! But now. proud world ! I'm going homo. tf:jUoo4-by to fliilttiry'n fiwrtilwr fnce ; y rajri-indVitr with hi wie frrimaro; t To upstart wealth'! nvi-rted fyp; To npvle office, low uDil Midi ; To Crowded halln, to conrt Mid utreet : " -To frozen heart! a:vl haftlntrfeet ! p 1 To thoe who iro ;;nd thoio who conic 4uod-by, proud world ! I'm icolng home. 1 am going to my ou-n hearth-stone, hoaoincd tu yon green hill alone . A secret nook In a nlea.-ant land. ' Whose frroros tho frolic fairies planned ; ' ...

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 May 1872

Hinrt A. Tarsons, Jr., . . EJitor. THURSDAY, MAT 80. 1872. BSPTOLIOAH STATE TICKET. for governor: Mj. Gen. JOHN F. HARTRAN7T, Montgomery County. fOR SUPREME JUDGE: Hon. 'tiLYSSES MERCUR, Bradford County. FOR AUDITOR general: Brig. Qen. - HARRISON ALLEN, Warren County. CONGRESSMEN At LARGE: General LEMUEL TODD, ' Cumberland County. Gtneral HARRY WHITE, Indiana County. TEE PEACE JTOILEE. It is supposed that the World's Peace Jubilee, which is to be held at Boston, and to commence on the 17th of June, and close on the Fourth of July, will sur pass anything of the kind in numbers, show and music, that has ever taken place. The immense building, in which the Jubilee is to be held, now nearly completed, will seat comfortably 75, 000 people, and have room for 100,000 more. There will be a chorus of 20,000 voices, and an orchestra of 2,000 per formers. The great master, Johaon Strauss, and his famous Austrian band, fifty-six performers, will be present and take a leading part. Season ticket...

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 May 1872

(ffltt (fyrontg gUIuccate. THURSDAY, MAY 30, J872. - Var Time at llldgtvay. Erie Express East 2:08 a. m. do do West 2:15 a. m. do Mail East..... 4:55 p. m. do do West ft: 27 a. m. RenoTO Accommodation East 7:55 a tn. do do do West. fi:00 p. m. Hates of Advertising. One column, one year . $75 00 " " " 40 00 J " " " 25 00 I ' " " 15 00 Transient advertising persqunre of eight lines or less 8 times or less 2 00 Business onrds, ten lines or less, per year..... , 5 00 Marriages and Death notices inserted gratis. Elk lodge, A. Y. M. Stated meetings of Elk' Lodge will be held at their hall on th second nnd fourth Tuesdays of each month. a. u Mccracken, seo'y. Temple of Honor and Temoeranca. Elkton Temple No. 81, meets on ea:h alternate Thursday, at their Lodge Room, on Main street, over J. V. Houk's store. S. A. ROTE, W. Si. We are compelled to publish the Treasurer's sales agaio this week, owing to a number of errors having occurred in the first issues, Rev. II. A. Pattison will hold ser ...

Publication Title: Elk County Advocate, The
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