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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Elk County advocate. — 16 April 1874

TIkjirt A. Parsons, Jr. . Editor THURSDAY APRIL 10, 1874. The Committee on Privileges and Elections, of tbe United States Senate, bas beeo at work for several months, on ao inquiry into the best modes of elect iug President and Vice President. 01 course this will necessitate a constitu tional amendment, which it is hoped will be passed on by tbe several Stales before the Presidential election of 1876 The Senate Committee, it is understood, bas agreed that so much of the present system as will allow each State two votes at large shall be retained as a recogni tion ot the smaller States. These votes will be cast tor the candidate having a plurality of the Votes of tbe whole State Each State will also be entitled to a number of votes equal to its representa tion in the lower branch of Congress. The candidate receiving a plurality of the votes of any district it is proposed shall be entitled to the vote of that dis trict. The committee adopt tbe plurality feature so as to prevent the po...

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 April 1874

I l rnORSDAT, APRIL 10, 1874. Car Time at nidgtcay. ERIE MAIL East 4:(0 P- m- do do West 1:38 a. tn. LOCAL " ...... 8:15 a. m do East 6:40 p. m. elk lodge, a. v. m. The stated meetings of Elk Lolgs, No. 179, lire held at their hall, corner of Main and Depot streets, on the eeoond and fourth Tuesdays of each month- D. B. DAT, Seo'y.- Sates of Advertising. One column, one year $75 00 i ii 40 00 I " ' " 25 00 J 15 00 Transient advertisements per square of eight lines, one insertion $1, two, inser tions, $1.50, three insertions, $2. Business cards, ten lines or less, per year $5. Advertisements payable quarterly. K BUSINESSI We will send the Advocate, one year, tor $1,50 if paid in ndvance. Bend in your subscriptions, . and ask your friends to subscribe. Every man should take a county paper and every tnaa has SI. 50 that he can invest in this way, which will bring a larger interest on the investment than U. S. Bonds. In 1812 a paper of pins cos; (I. Wellsboro, Tioga county, had a great ...

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 April 1874

4 Farm, Gardci and Household. Domestic Recipe. Fiued on Boiled Eao-rLANT. Par boil it ; cut into slices and season Tery highly with pepper and salt; fry 01 broil it (ns you do mushrooms) in a pan with butter. If nicely done it ia very similar in flavor to the mushroom. Pra Cbubt. Take one pint of butter milk, one lnrge teaenp of lard, one tea spoonful of snlt, one teaapoonful of salerntus, and flenr enough to form a dough. Mix the lnrd and flour by nib bing them together, then add the other ingredients, knead well, and it is ready to roll out. Tender and good. To Preserve Crar-Apples. To 1 lb. of the fruit add 1 lb. of fine sugar, let it boil and skim clear; then prick the apples and put them into the simp ; let them boil gently till a straw will punc ture and run through them ; put them into pots, and cover well with sirup. Cooked Meat Hashed. Cut, say finont l id., into thin slices, to whioh add 1 teaspoonful of flour, lj of salt, of pepper, pint of water, and put all into a fryin...

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 April 1874

1 1 HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. . .',.;. ., .NIL PESPEBAKDTJM. ' .' " '. ' ' Two Dollars per Annum. . YOL. IV. IlIDOWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1874. NO. 8. Night. O night I most beautiful, most rare I Thou glv'st the hoaveus their hollnr-thue Anil through tho azure fields of air Brings 't down the aznro dew! Tor thon, with breathless lips apart. Pid'Bt stand iu that dim ago o far, Aud hold upon that trembling heart SlessinVs horald star! For this I love thy hallowed roign ! For more than thrice blosncd thou art ! Thou gainst the unbeliever's brain By entering at bis heart. THE DOUBLE ESCAPE. In the fall of tho ye ar 1812, Borne three or four months after the declara tion of war, a fleet of eight or ten smnll crnft was fitted out of Salem, by Wil liam Paul and others, intended for the Philadelphia flour trade. Among them was the schooner Fox, a little fore-and-nfter of about fifty tons. Samuel Hodg don, master Ooorge Henssler, raate an oM and experienc...

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 April 1874

P Henrt A. Patrons, Jr. Edi tor THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1874. A Physician was badly hurt the other day by the caving in of a well upon him. He should have attended to the aick and let the well alone. An Iowa Granger thinks there is too much lawyer in our politics, and that ns a nation no have gradually piven up to the lawyer nearly every place of honor and trust. it is olaimed that a vein of coal has been found at a depth of one hundred and twenty feet, at Quaker Springs, iu Saratoga county, New York. The building of a great elevator, which h to bo the largest in the world, has been begun at Milwaukee, if will be large enough to contain 1,000, !O0 bushels of wheat, and will cost i.bout 200,000. A Georcia rnoer snvs; iP.irc.ro t-iil. nge and borouch in the 8tat U r,w,Wr. ing the erection of factories of various kinds, we never knew a period in the history of Georeia when sn mnnli n-.nnr.-o was put into manufacturing business as hi present. It is calculated" tlmt ifl,A W,. f tach of the 2...

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 April 1874

THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1874. Car Time at ntdfttay. ERIE MAIL East.; 4:50 p. m. do do West 1:86 a. m. LOCAL " 8:16 a. m do Kant.................. 0:40 p. m. ;ELK LODGE, A. Y. M. The stated meetings of Elk Lolga, No. 179, are held at their hall, corner of Main and Depot streets, on the seoond and fourth Tuesday! of each month- D. B. DAY, Seo'y. Sates of Advertising. One eolumn, one year $75 00 l ' 40 00 I 25 00 16 00 Transient advertisements per square of iglit lines, one insertion $1, two inser tions, $1.60, three insertions, $2. Business cards, ten lines or less, per year $5. Advertisements payable quarterly. o M S 1 S SI We will send tlie Advocate, one year, for $1.50 if paid in advance. Ketid in your subscriptions, and ask your friends to subscribe. Every man should take a county paper and every man has $1.50 that he can invest in this way, which will bring a larger interest cn the investment than U. IS. Bonds. Flood in the Clarion, which our lumbermen are taking advantage of. Fred. ...

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 April 1874

Farm, Garden and Household, Seasonable Hints, Spring wheat is usually the first crop BOW11. Oats or ppfts do better on a recently inverted sod than barley. But if the pod is old and tough it is better to plant it to corn. ' ' ' Animals require special care at this season. The weather is very change able and horsrs and cows are shedding their coats and liable to catch cold. Mangel Wurzel is a favorite crop with us. It requires rich land. Should bo sowu iarly in drills, 2J feet apart, and thinned out in the rows, 12 to 15 inches apart. If drilled in, 4 lbs. seed per acre; if dibbled in, 15 inches apart, 2 lbs. is sufficient. In the latter ease soak the seed for 48 hours. Barley can not be sown too early, pro vided the land is in the proper condi tion. It should be made as fine and mellow as possible. Sow from lj to 2J Dusnei3 per acre, liarlcy and spring , wneat are both good crops with which to sow clover and grass seed. Make the land as fine as possible by repeated borrowings before...

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 April 1874

. , NIU DESPERA3STDXTM. Two Dollars per Annirni. VOL. IV. RIDGAVAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1874. NO. 1). HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and - Publisher. i ' Money. Money goea, no one known ( Whore it gnotli, no one showeth i Here and there, everywhere ', Run, run ; dim, dun t upend, spend ; ; Lend, lend ) send, Bend ; Hush to-day, short to-morrow ! Notes to pay, borrow, borrow How it goes, no one knows ; Where it goeth, no one knowoth. THE MAGIC WAND. '' Nestled close among the green hills of Vermont Mi ere stood an old farm house, browned and discolored by the winds and tempests which had beaten against it for more than half a century. '.Tho low roof ami email windows added to its homely appearance, bnt the eye need hot tarry there, for in the general surroundings there was many a redeem ; ing featnre. Hero I had found a home and eventu ally my mission. For in three months after my arrival Aunt Lucy "had a " stroke," and I gave up my wanderings among the hills and wood...

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 April 1874

Hi Mvmtt Henry A. Parsons, Jr. Editor THURSDAY APRIL 80, 1874. The May Aldine ii as fresh sad beautiful an the month it represents; filled to tho brim with choice flowers of art and literature. The engravings. Wliioh in this superb monthly seem to have reached the highest point of per fection, are beautiful beyond anything heretofore seen in an illustrated main line. John S. Davis opens the number with a full-page picture, "The Dying Hound," which is one of his best efforts, a strong work, showing that it is a study from real lite. J. D. Woodward con tributes three large and spiritedly drawn pictures ol scenes in Florida, one of the most beautitul and picturesque States in the Union. The first pioture oi the series is a deliriously cool view of the famous Silver Spring, which boils up from the earth; the second picture is a handsome full-page illustration of the mouth of the St. John's River, showing the ruins of the old light-house, a grove of palm trees, etc; the third picture is ...

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 April 1874

F (Elk fkfaMtttt IH0E3DAT, APRIL 80, 1874. Cur Time at Ridgway. 1MB MAIL Esst. ......... ........ 4:50 p. m da do West 1:86 a. m LOCAL ....... 8:15 a. m do East. ......... 6:40 p. tn. ;elk lodge, a. y. m. The stated meetings of Elk Lolse, No, 179, ere held et their hall, oorner of Main ml Depot streets, on the second and fourth Taesdays or each month- D. B. DAT, Beo'y. Sates of Advertising. One eolame, one year -. $76 00 e " " 40 00 " 25 00 ' 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 less, per year $5. Advertisements payable quarterly. BUSINESSI We will send tho Advooatr, one year, for $1,50 it' P'(1 in ndvance Send io your Bubucriptious, aud ask your friends to subscribe. Every man should take a county paper and every man has $1.50 that he can invest in this way, which will bring a larger interest a the investment than U. S. Bonds. Winter still lingers etc. Trims will be 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. — 30 April 1874

farm. Waffle and ndrtscliold. A 1, , ft J l Hints About Work. . Ewen. rind lnmb need warm, dry, sunny quartern. Fred the ewes a plen ty of brai,. early out clover or other hay and ns many roots as can be upared. Unless the ewes are very fat, n pound of onts each; prr tlay may be fed with great advantage, lie careful to avoid exposing the MiepjT arid lambs to-rativ storms. Jf a lamb pet? chilled, wrap it in a warm blanket; or, in extreme cases, put, the lamb in ft tnb of warm water. r Lambs apparently dead have been restored in this way.: Fecit horses liberollynd allow plen ty of time to rest and digest their food. It is better to work them steadily for eight or nine hours than to keep them in the field ten or twelve hours, letting them stand still one-third of ths time. When a man needs to go home to lunch or supper the horses need food also. ' A pail of water with a pint of corn or oat meal stirred in it is n capital thing for a tireclthorso, It will enable hiin tq work an honr 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. — 7 May 1874

I i ' I r HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NIL DESPERANDUM. Two Dollars per Annum. VOL. IV. RIDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1874. NO. 10. r ,; The Old, Old Story, I bade him good-by, - With a laughing eye, In a careless, girlish way ( Bat I turned aside, In time to bide The tear that was bound to stray. Yes, I brushed It off WithaJoyotiB laugh; It had fallen by him unseen ) Yet ho tiould not but know, Ere ae turned to go, a foolish girl I had been. He could not but know Why I trembled so "'Neath the glance of his dark-blue eye ; But back to my heart, From whence it would start, I repressed the rebel Bigh. I hurried along Through a motley throng j But my eyes with tears were dim ; . And my hevt was sore It would, boat no more With the jope I was dear to him. TS'jt his words were oold, And his parting told Jt the warm love-throbs to still But my passion wild, Like a wayward child, Would not yield to Reason's will. I had loved him long, Though I knew 'twas wrong,...

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 May 1874

J t (Iknrt A. Parsons, Jr. Editor THURSDAY, MAY 7, :874. Summer Travel. Pleasure travel, which has become bo oommon with oil classes of Americans during the Eutumcr mootlis, is nutici puted by many as the most enjoyable event of the entire year. It carries tlicra to new scenes, familiarizes them with ptrange people, brraks the mo uotony of their lives, relieves them for a time fr6m mental and bodily strain, and reinvigorates them for life's cares and duties. It, therefore, becomes a mo mentous question how this recreation, often limited by considerations of economy both of time and means, can luost profitably and pleasantly be eu joyed. Many of our transportation lines J.gve arranged routes and rates to meet the requirements of the people, ami, from Mason to season these facilities are im proved and extended. The Penn sylvania Railroad Company has gained high reputation for the facilities it an nually presents this class of travelerB,and the popularity in lines enjoy is well merited...

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 May 1874

A r 1 XHURSDAV, MAY 7, 1874. Car Time at Kidgway. XRI MAIL East 4:50 p. m do do West VSfl a. m LOCAL " 8:15 a. m do East 5:40 p. m. ELK LODGE, A. Y. M. The stated mccticas of Elk Loles, No. T9, are held at their hall, corner of Main ad Depot streets, on the Bccona andlourib Tuesdays of each montlr D. B. DAY, Sec'y. Sates of AiTertislnjr. 8oe column, one year $75 00 t" " " i 40 00 . 25 00 I " " .. 16 00 Transient advertisements per Bquare of ight lines, one insertion $1, two inser tions, $1.50, three insertions. S2. Business cards, ten lines or less, per tar 0. Advertisements payable quarterly. BUSINESS! We will send the Advocate, one 5etr, for $1,50 ' tnid in advance. Send in jour subscriptions, and ask jour friends to subscribe. Every man hould take a county paper and every nun has $1.50 that he cud invest iu this way, which will bring a larger interest oo the iuvcstnieut thun U, S. Bonds. Tns'prcsont term of school closes on the 20th iust. Thk Philadelphia Evening Telegraph has th...

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. — 7 May 1874

Farm, Garden and Household. j Farm Note. There is no' way of preventing the gad-fly laying its eggs in the backs of cattle but keeping the cattle in stables during the day in Angust or Septem ber, which is the season when the fly lays its eggs. Spear-mint may be killed by paring the surface where it grows and remov ing the seeds to the compost or manure heap, then raking up the snrfnee with ft heavy hand rake and sowing timothy, redtop and clover seed upon it. This should be done in May. Good farming pays well. Bad man agement in farming, as well as in every other business, will not pay. We read that farmers in Wilamette Valley, Oregon, are selling their cows at $6 to 810 per head, and plowing np their pastures to make room for more wheat. A bloated animal may be relieved, so they say, by administering half a tea cupful of finely powdered charcoal, well mixed in a bottle of water. Mr. Dickie told the Doylestown Club that he keeps lice from his hen-house "by hanging up near the roost...

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. — 14 May 1874

J, ' fill tffitffl HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NIL DESPEIlAKDUM. Two Dollars per Annum. ; , . YQL IV- EIDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA., THUBSDAY, MAY 14, 1874. NO. 11. zr. i - - - - - " 1 1 - - Endurance. How much the heart may bear, and yet not urcau I How much the flesh may suffer and not die I I much it any pain or ache Of soul or body, brings the end more nigh. Death chooses his own time ; till that is sworn, All evils may be borne. We shrink and shudder at the surgeon's knife, Eaclrnervo recoiling from the cruel steel. Whose edge seems soarching for the quivering lire ; Yet to o.ir sense the bitter pangs reveal, That though the trembling floBh be torn, This also can be borne. We see a sorrow rising in our way, And strive to fly from the approaching ill ; We seek some small escape we weep and wbou the blowballs, then our hearts are still ; Not that the pain is of its sharpness shorn, But that it ean be borne. "We wind our life about another life We hold it closer, dnare...

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. — 14 May 1874

i t B ft tlcRBT A. Parsons, Jr. Editor THURSDAY, MAY 14, 18:4. Thk Colorado Potato Boo. The Colorado potato bug, or doryphora dc cemlineata, has lor several years past made alarming ravages in the potato crops of the western section of the ttffUbtty. Some forty years bro, it wis Voown in the Rocky Mountains, where it seemed to be indigenous, reedtog upon the tolanum rostratum, or wild potufo. When the common tuber was introduced in that region, the beetle soon attacked it; and spreading Irotu one nclrt to an other, in 1859 it had reached a point One hundred miles west of Omaha, lu 1861 it invaded Iowa, and, crossing the Mississippi in 1864 5, it has since pro ceeded eastward at the rate of about sixty miles per year; so that it will pro badly reach the Atlantic, unless some be found for its extermination, during 1878. Professor Hall, of Chicago, states tbat the beetle lays its eggs on the Under side of the potato leaf. These re' speedily hatched. The larva, when full grown, is over ...

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. — 14 May 1874

i i l r T -M J ! ua laSDAV, MAY 14, 1874. 'Car Time at Iltd&icay. MAIL East 4:d0 p. n- do West 1:88 ft. m. L 8:15 ft. m East......... 6:40 p. m. elk Lodge, a. v. m. slated meetlcits of Elk Loles, No. re held at their hall, corner of Main jepot streets, on the second andloartb ays of each month1 V. it. iiai, Deo y. Sates of Advertising, .lumn, one year $76 00 - u uu 26 00 " 15 0 stent advertisements per square of lines, one insertion $1, two inser Sl.60. three insertions. $2. inces cards, ten lines or less, per 5. ertisements payable quarterly. rden making has commenced in est. as. Holes, who also sells jewelery a watches, clocks, etc, is the first n the street in a linen coat. ruojor that Bromley, -tlio mur- of Wm Phdleo, was captured is another case of mistaken identity. rooDS on Fire. 'Lhe woods on the X the r. & E. II. II. west oi this go have been on fire for some days Mr. W. H. O.sterhout has lost t two hundred cords of hark. 'anoer of Fire. In almost every ipaper we ta...

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. — 14 May 1874

Farm, Garden and Household. Cost of Starting Ten Acres of Hop. A correspondent of the Syracuse, N. Y., Standard says : It may be inter esting as well useful to know something of the expense of hop-growing, and I will endeavor to give the cost, very nearly, for 1 have been in the habit of keeping some account of these and other farming items, and I think I can come very close to the mark, which, of course, will vary with different men and localities. The labor is on tne basis oi $1.50 per day. To 15.550 poles, c'odar, MJc, sharpen ing., 15o... $2,333 40 To six davs laving out yard, 12s 9 00 To 40 buiiliels(15 pounds per bushel) roots, say 8b. por bushel, we have 6s........ I20 00 To eight davs cutting same, 12s 12 00 To fifteen days setting out roots 22 60 To hop-houee covered with hemlock, bottomed, spruce floor, sawed cedar shingles 650 00 To stove and pipe 80 00 Tn kiln cloth. 411 vards. IGo.. and making., 8 00 To Imp press 65 00 To 75 hop sacks, three yards burlaps In., makinc an...

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. — 21 May 1874

' . - . . - i ' HENRY A. PARSONS, Jr., Editor and Publisher. NlU DESPERANDUJI, Two Dollars per Annum. tl!" i 1 , , . , m - i ' . - I I I" ' " ' ""''",. . . . ii . - .... - .... . .- wi ,1 . I I I, . . - ! H II . . . , . - W VOL. IV; RIDGWAY, ELK COUNTY, PA!, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1874. NO. 12. S My Good-for-nothing. What mre yon good for, my bravo little man ? Answer that question for me if yon can You, with fingers as white as a nun, You, withyoar ringlets as bright as the sun. AU the day long with your busy contriving, Into all miBchlof and fun you are driving j Bee if your wise littlo noddle can toll lYhat you are good for now ponder it well. Over the carpet the dear little feet Came with a fatter to climb on my seat ; Two merry eyes, full of f rplio aud glee, Under their lashes looked up unto me ; Two little hands prosmng soft on my face, Drew me down close in a loving embrace ; Two rosy lips gave the answer so true " Good to love you, mamma t good to lovo you !' THE CIRCUIT-RIDER. ...

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