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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 12 March 1874

! III-" " . ... ! ill . . ; Editor THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1874. From Forney't Press. Tho Temperance Crusade, ft - L . . ' 1 u attempt to organize a temperance ciusaae id t'lttsburga is meeting with unexpected difficulties. Tho iuitiul steps were taken last week. Some ot the more aggressive tempcranco people assembled antf resolved that tho Ohio - plan of singing find praying at tho rum sellers and their patrons should be adopted. Miss Ella Becson, secretary or" the preliminary organization, on Sat urday last addressed postal cards to all tno I'rotostant clergymen of tho city asking them to announce from their put pits a meeting to be held at the Temperance Alliance Rooms. The no tioe was not sent to the Knman Catholic 'ergy, because they were understood to De opposed to the utilization ot lovely woman lor tno purpose ot besieging vile resorts. AhO Profestaot minister), though mey were notinod, proved to bo uot much more favorable to tho movement Several of them neither read tho no tice...

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. — 12 March 1874

-!'.."." ' " " tHXHWDAY, MARCH 12. 1874. Car Time at Hidfftfatf. BRIE MAIL East - P- m do do West 1-36 ft. m tOTAt Rl a. w do East 6:40 p. m. ,ELK LODGE, A. Y. M. The stated meetings of Elk Lolgs, No. 79, are held at their hall, corner of Main and Depot atreeti, on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month- D. B. DAY, Sec'y. Bates of Advertising. Da eolwaan, one yewr. $76 00 A 40 00 I . " 25 00 J . 15 00 Transient advertisements per square of eight lines, one Insertion $1, two inser tion, $1.00, three insertions, $2. Business cards, tea lines or less, per year $5. Advertisements payable quarterly. BiUSINESSI We wlB send tho Advocatk, one year, for 51.60 ri't in ndvnnoo fcend in your subscriptions, aud usk your friends to subscribe Every nian should take a comity paper and every man has 91.50 that he can irivest in this way, which will bring a linger interest on the investment then U. H. Bonds. Tab, Wild Cherry, Hoarhouad, Blood Root, Snake Root, Lobelia and Elecampane are used by...

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. — 12 March 1874

farm. Garden and Household, Honaeholil Recipes, To Clean Mamim. Rnb first with "oda and soft soap, then wash as usual with water. Mountain Cake. One crm sngar, two eggs, half cup butter, half cup uiilk or water, two of flour, teanpoonful cream of tartar, half teanpoonful soda, nutmeg. Good Cake. Two cups of fingnr, one-half cup of butter, two eggs, one enp of raisins chopped, one-half cup of milk, ono-teaspoonful of cassia and clove and one nutmeg. Trimming LAMrs. You must koep your lamps trimmed if you do not wish them to explode. The wick boooming charred far down in the tube, the fire creeps down to the oil below. Ch ackers. Take nine cups flour, one cup lnrd, two cups water, two tea spoons cream of tnrtar, and one tea spoon saleratns. First rub the lard into the flour and add two teaspoons salt. Silvering and Gilding Wheat Ears. Gold and silver shells may be pur chased at artists' furnishing stores. A solution of gum Arabia and a camel's hairbrush are used in applying silver or ...

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. — 19 March 1874

Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. IV. lilDGrWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1874. NO. 3. NIL DESrERANDUM. TIio Path. Backwards I look along my path, A pleasant path by lawn and lea. The thrush and linnet sing no more, No longer hums the summer bee. The flowers are fled : the leaves are dead On shrub and tree. Forward I look nlonn the path That I, alas 1 have still to tread. A dreary waste, vague shapes of pain, Are there, that fill my soul with dread. Bettor thnn trace that wofnl space, 15o with the dead. Upwards I look beyond the way That I. forlorn, have still to go s The cool dews fall from golden stars That glide where tempests never blow, Nor sounds of signs ascend the skies, Nor tear-drops flow. ISAAC rESKITII'S THASKSGITIXG. The clock linil just struck three. It was no trifle of bronze or ormolu ; nei ther wns it one of those quaint old sen tinels of dark wood and tarnished gild ing that you sometimes encounter on antique stairways, keeping ghostly guard over the tread of...

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. — 19 March 1874

TIenrt A. Tarsons, Jr. - Editor TIIUBSDAY, MAUCII 17, 18N. From the Pittsburgh Telrjraph. Ur. Sumner's Early Jolitioal Career. Mr. Sumner was ten years at the bar, ns a successful practitioner and student, writer and lecturer on tho science of Jaw, before he took part in politics. His political career may be said to have com menced on the Fourth of July, when he pronounced before the- authori ties of tho city of Boston, an nrutirm en titled "The True (iiandcur of Nations," aa address of which tho key note limy be found in his own word: "In out age there can bo no peace that is not honorable; there can br no war that is not dishonotablo." W'o huvo an old pamphlet copy of this speech, published by the Peace Society we believe, in which this novel declaration is made to nerve tho purpose of a title page. The address was a vigorous protest against all wars as unchristian, and particularly against the threatened couflict with Mexico, and was adorned with the rich est stores of classical ...

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. — 19 March 1874

i ft i V -Si (50 THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1874. Car Time at H tile ay. ERIE MAIL Fast 4:50 p. m- Jo do West n IOC A I, " 8:16 a. m. do East.. 6:40 p. m. elk Lodge, a. v. m. The stated mcctir.RS of Elk Lolgs, No. fl"9, aro held at their hall, corner iff Mnin nod Depot streets, on the second nnd fourili Tuesdays of each month1 1). B. DAY, Pcc'y. Hates ef Airerticlns. Dug oolunin, one year. $75 no '10(10 in 25 00 ' 15 0 ) Transient advertisements per square of right lines, one insertion $1, two inser tions, $1.60, three insertions. $2. Business cards, ten lines or less, per year $5. Advertisements pnyablo quarterly. B.USHTESSi Wo will send the Advocate, - one year, for $1.50 if paid in advance Ketid in your subscriptions, and ask your lrietids to subscribe. Every-man should take a conuty paper and every man lias 1.50 that he cau invest in this way, which will bring a larger interest cu the investment than U. S. lionds. Fresh Fisti of nil kinds at the llidgway Bakery, every Thursday after no...

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. — 19 March 1874

Farm, VaruVn nnj Households Pre pore for Spring Work. There ia usually a great deal of weather during Miirch, when outdoor work cannot be done, and all bad day can be spent to good advantage in the shop in finishing up some of the innu merable littlo jobs which in summer were deferred until winter, llepair and oil harness, any get nny new that is wnuted ; see that the lines, traces, Ac, ore in good order. Form some idea of the number of teams to bo worked, and have harness ready for all. Examine plows carefully, and roplnco and brckcu or weak parts, tighten all the nuts well, and then give the plows a good painting. Nothing pays so well as to keep plows, harrows, reapers wagons, and all implements which are exposed to the weather at times, well painted. One day's work I at paiuting during each wiuter, will save many a dollar in the course of a few years. If you need a now reaper, order it now and set it up, aud see that all is rJrht, and ready for work. If any new tools are needed, ...

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. — 26 March 1874

NIL. DESPERANDITM. Two Dollars per 'Annum. VOL. IV. RIDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., . .THURSDAY, MAECH 26, 1874. NO. 4. HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher The Reaper. Orira Death, the reaper, camealoug With sickle bright and keen, " I'll reap to-day and bind," he said, lere least they think, I ween." An old man heard with tottering steps Ho walked to meet the foe Four Bconrog of years have bent tny form, I'm roaily now to go." " Old man," quoth Death, " I'll call for you Some day not far away, I now must reap among the oaks. Their chief must fall this day !" A little child whose tender frame, Was stamped with quick dcay, Exclaimed, "O, Death, please take me now, The chief, O, let him r,tay !" "Tho chief I'll ha-6 Ulis day Baid Death, " nis form el!lU ,e mine own t This child w'j breathe a fleeting breath And gl-lly Beek uig ilomo. " -'le strong must know that I am king And foel my conquering power ; I strike them down like tender plants They wither in an hour." " The wee child's ...

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. — 26 March 1874

HiNBr A. Parsokb, Jr. Editor THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 18T4. The most notable victory, or rather series of victories over the oontraction ists, was woo ia the House on Moods;. The bill fixing ths volume of legal-tender currency at 1400,000,000 which ha? for some time been in the possession ot tho Ways and MeaDS Committee, was re ported and passed by an overwhelming majority under a suspension of the rules. Mr. Dawes, who reported the bill, himself moved an amendment fix ing the limit at $356,000,000, which was voted down by 172 to 70. Another amendment making tho limit $382,000, fhared a like fate, the vote being 71 yens and 172 nays The vote on the passage of the bill was 163 to 77. After such an Appomattox tho money mono polists should surrender. Tnic Constitutional Convention of Ohio, says the Pittsburgh Telegraph, is not inclined to go to extremes on the temperance question. The committee to whom the snbject was referred has reported a proposition to submit to a separate vote of the p...

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. — 26 March 1874

THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1874. Car Time at Ridgway, ERIE MAtL East 4:50 p. m- do do West . 1:80 a. m LOCAL " 8:16 a.m. do East 6:40 p. m. ELK LODGE, A. Y. M. Tie stated meetings of Elk Lolgs, No. S79, are held at their hall, eorner of Main and Depot streets, on the seoond and fourth Tuesdays of each month' D. B. DAY, See'y. Sates of Advertising. One column, one year ..$75 00 t IV uu 25 00 I " 15 00 Transient advertisements per square of eight lines, one insertion $1, two inser tions, $1.60, three insertions, $2. Business cards, ten lines or legs, per year $5. Advertisements payable quarterly. BUSINESS! We will send the Advocate, one year, for $1.50 if pui1 in advance Send in your subscriptions, and ask your friends to subscribe. Every man should take a county paper and every man has (1.50 that he con invest in this way, which will bring a larger interest oo the investment than U. S. Hands. Easter Sundat April 5th. Lutheran Services nest Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock, in German, by Rev. J...

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. — 26 March 1874

J" "1' GrdpS nd Household. - Car bf Mftnni-c. The pips nre my best manure makers. Bays M Works nd Tnlkg," in the AgrU cxtlturint : The grout trouble is to Rfit bedding enough. I eould make ft pile of manure if I conld use straw ns freely a many of our furmers do. My two principal objects are to save all the liquid nnd to keep the manure bIowIt fermenting in a heap all winter. The horse stall is of course cleaned out twice every day, but instead of throwing the manure out of doors to be wet with rain or enow we throw it into an empty stall by the door. Here it remains until we bave a load of it. We then take this dry horse manure and use it for bed ding the pigs. The dry manure from the sheep sheds is used in the same way. In the centre of the barn-vard is a large basin with an old oil barrel sunk in the ground for the tank. In the fall I tell my men to "start a hot-bed " in the basin. This is an important point. If they had their own way they would scatter the manure all over the ba...

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 April 1874

i J 1 t ; - j! V HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NIL PESPERASTPUM. Two Dollars per Annurru " VOL. IV. EIDGAVAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1874. KQ' 5 i i Like Father Like Son. The man looked into (lie enp one day Only one glance, then turned away j But tbe demon hid in the sparkling wine Thought, " One more glance, and the man is mine I" And he laughed and danced in his rnhy lair Till the wine grew foamy and sparkling fair. Another glance did the man bestow, And bis eyes shone bright with a etrango wild flow. ' Only one drop ! one taste !" thought he ; 41 What harm can it do to one like me ?" Only one drop, be tried at last, And the demon seized and held him fast. " As father does," thinks the littlo son. " So may I." And the deed iB dono, Tbe domou laughs rh the days go by, And chuckles, " Another soul have I !" And tho boy cries out. " It is well, I know, TVliere father lead. I may surely go!" So years roll on, and tho man grows old, Eich in crime, and but p...

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 April 1874

x mi IIksbt A. Parsons, Jr. - - Editor thuushav, ArniL 2, ism. TllE Mayor of Cincinnati issued n proclatnatiou 011 Saturday, forbidding Btrect prayers in front of saloons, and the ladies have acquiesced. Strtir meetings are being held there on boih sides of tli e question, but the license party seem to bavo a majority of tbc votes with thetri. flow to Stop a Paper. The ful lowiog which we clip from on exchange, is worthy of a careful perusal by cer tain newspaper patrons: "You have an undoubted riijht to stop a newspaper whenever you arc dis posed, upon paj ment of all arrearages Do not hesitate to do so cn nrcnuut of any tenderness of feeling for the editor on't you supposo he would stop buying sugar of you, or meat, c'othin dry goods, etc., etc , if ha thought ho wa? not getting his money's woilh? And when you discontinue a paper, do so manfully. Don't bo. so spiteful as to throw it back with "I dou't want it any longer" and have "reluscd" written oil the margin, and have the pape...

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 April 1874

if I IT ffTf ff" TY rr 1 II I II I I II J I II ft (SO IHURSDAV, APRI L 2, 1874. Car Time at lltdgtcay. IRIB MAIL East 4:60 p. m do do West m- LOCAL " 8:15 a. m do East 6:40 p. m. elk Lodge, a. y. m. The staled rnoetir.ts of Elk Lolg, No. J79, are held at their hull, corner of Main and Depot streets, on Hie second and fourth Tuesdays of each month' D. B. DAY, Sco'y. Rates cf Advertising. On column, one year $75 00 1 40 00 I 41 . 05 00 I 15 0 Transient advertisements per square ot eight lines, one insertion $1, two inser tions, $1.50, three insertions. S'2. Business cards, ten Hues or less, per year $5. Advertisements payoble quarterly. B.USriTESS! We will Bend the Advocate, one yesr, for $1.50 "' P''"' ,n ndvuncp Send in your subscriptions, mi l u:-k your friends to subscribe, Every niun should take a county paper and every man has 1.50 that he cm invest in this way, which will bring a larger interest on the investment than U. S. Honds. E:rsem:n Shaold not Fail to call at the Hyde Ho...

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 April 1874

Farm, Garden and Honsehold, Hnnsrliolri Noleii Milk Stains. Milk stains on serge dresses may be romoved by steeping the part in warm water. Vinegar Candy. Four enps of white sugar, two cups of water, one cup of vinegnr. Boil and pull the same as molasses candy. A Cement ron Gas rirug May bo prepared of six parts finely powdered graphite, throe parts slaked lime, eight parts sulphate of baryta, seven parts linseed oil varainli. Charleston PrDDiNa. Four cups of flour, sifted, with one teaspoonful of Boda and two of cream tartar ; beat six eggs with threo cups of sugar, one cup of butter and one of cream in them, and gently stir in the flour. Tapioca Cheam. One small cup of tapioca soaked two hours in threo pints of water, pour oil, then soaK two hours in one quart of milk, keeping it warm ; then add four eggs, a pinch of salt, two tablespoonfuls of melted butter, two spoonfuls of sugar and bako one hour. Eat with hard sauce. Baltimore Corn Bread. Ono quart of milk, one pint of Indian ...

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 April 1874

J) f 5- k HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NIL IDE S PER ANDTJM . Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. IV. KIDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THUKSD'AY, APltIL 9, 1874. NO. 6. Three I'.i'rs and One. Ears thoa hast two aud month but one ; The intent dost seek ? Thou art to listen much, it means. And little Bpeak, ' " t Eyes thou hast two and mouth but oue ; " Is the mystery deep t Much thou shalt see, it moans, and much Thy silence keep. Hands thon hast two nnd mouth but one , " Why ?" dost repeat ? The two nro there to labor with. The one to eat. TWO OF A TRADE. Maria Walker was usually allowed to be the beauty of a email town. Her father had originally practiced as a physician in that place, but circum stances uart caused ms removal to an other locality, which promised more profitable returns. The house they oc cupied was an ancient red brick man sion in the centre of the town, with a large bow window, always celebrated for its gerrniums, myrtles and roses. that with a couple of small or...

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 April 1874

Hi Jwtoak Henry A. Parsonb, Jr. Editor THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 18T4. Substitute for Coffkk. Cbloorj, which has to overcome some strong prejudices beiore it can take the place of coffee, has been reinforced for the Struggle by chemical analysis, which tells us that the percentage of nutri tious substanoo in chicory is mors than twice as great as that of coffee. It is largely used by the poor people of Europe, and has found its way into hos pitals on account of itsnutritious quali ties and a total absence of nervous stiin ulating qualities. Chicory or Suocory is a plant which grows wild in Europe, but is sometimes cultivated. The roots are kiln-dried, roasted, and grown into a brownish red powder, to be used either for mizturo with or as a substitute for coffee. Mobe (,'i'RRENCT. Following is the text of an important bill which passed the United States Senate on Monday to increase the value of circulating me dium: That the maximum amount of United States notes is hereby fixed at 3100, 000,...

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 April 1874

J. i IHUR8DAT, APRIL 9, 1874. Car Time at Jtldgway, BRIE MAIL East- 4:50 p. m do do West... 1:80 a. m LOCAL 8:15 a. m do East........ 5:40 p. m. ELK LODGE, A. Y. M. The stated meeticea of Elk Lolgs, No. 179, are held at their hall, corner of Main and Depot streets, on the seoond and fourth Tuesdays of each month- D. B. DAT, Seo'y. Bates of Advertising. One eolumn, one year $76 00 i " " 40 00 J " " 25 00 I ' M 15 00 Transient advertisements per square of eight lines, one insertion $1, two inser tions, $1.50, three insertions, $2. Husmeis cards, ten lines or less, per year t. Advertisemeats payable quarterly. BUSINESS! We will send the Advocate, one year, for $1,50 if paid in advance. Scud in your subscriptions, and ask I your friends to subscribe. Every man should take a county paper and every man lias f 1.5U that ho can invest in this Way, winch will bring a larger interest n the investment than U. S. Bonds. Court next week. Wokk on the new Lutheran church is being rapidly pushed fo...

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 April 1874

Farm, Carderf arid ITouseliold. TANDEEBtlT'S WEALTH, Chicken Cholera. As this disease has proved a terrible scourge and one hard to arrest, I think it may be interesting, perhaps, to many to know of a remedy which I tried with perfect success. My long experience has satisfied me that the best practice where diseases prevail among fowls is to use disinfectants. I had some chickens so badly affected as to be partially blind, and in attempting to pick tip corn would fail to reach it where it lay upon the ground' before them. They lost their appetites and wasted away till they became so weak as to lie upon the ground as if they were dead. I never saw any fowls before that recovered from such deep 'prostration. Some of them evacuated a dark, watery and ex cessively foetid matter; and as some of them were common dung-hill fowls, I let tho disease take its course with them, and these all died. Such as I took in hand in time I managed to save. I placed the ailing birds in boxes, on clean st...

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 April 1874

Nil DESPEIIANDTJM. .Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. IV. UIDGrWAY, ELK COUNlY, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1874. NO. 7. HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. Bab-. She is not a beauty, my 'jW00t nttlo pet, Her mouth's not n rnd, i,cr CyPS ave Ilo(., like jet, ner nose far f-om Grecian, her skin not like SHOW, She is not & beauty, dear mo! no, no, no! Cut then she is winsome, this bird of my bower, And tins grows on my heart every minute and b our, Pha '.a not a beauty, my sweet little pot, Oa dimples more witching my eyes have been set; tier mouth, I must tell you, is large like mamma's, While her cliiu, to be sure, is just like her papa's ! But when the tmilcs trustingly, what can compare )i ith this gem of my caekot, bright, sparkling and fair ? 8he Is not a beauty, my sweet little pot, Far handsomer babies each day can be met ; Her brown are not arching indeed they're too straight, Yet time will work wonders, with patienco I'll wait. But if she's not handsome, it matters not n...

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