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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 22 November 1873

iv, v. ntoRTiiiaici IffiIBESr3E2MrlF---IarrE JkJXI LET IIVE." TUltiiis : One Dollar a Yoar In Advance. Editor anil Proprietor. VOL. II., No. 1. LEIIIGnTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1873, SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS Lehighton Directory Agent "W. C. Fredlrlfl, Singer Sowing MachiJU and In surance, next to K. It. Snyder'i, Biol street. Ilarber R. B Wlddcw, Shaving, Hair Cutting and Sham pooing, under Klchnnge Hotel, 1tpfc -flrge t. Boot anil Shoe MnkcrJ ChftrleR Yenner. nearly opposite theptuum Batik utroot; alsof dealer tn Cbnfcctitmery, 4 Clinton Ilretney, in Tvan't building, Bar utreet. All orders promptly jilled work icarranb-J. Confectioners. Hansraaa A Kuhns, opposite Obert's itorl Bunk Ktreet. All orders promptly Jilled. Dry Goods and Groctrleil 7- II. Long, opp. L, A S. Depot, Hank t tftaUr in Hardware, queensware, Ladies; Drm Goods, fc. II. A. Bclb, iouckel's IMock, ltank Bt Dry! Goods, Groceries, Queenttvare, Carpets, Oil GAh jf- Coal. K. II. Snyde...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 22 November 1873

It, V. MOKTIIIMKK, MMIHIIITON, l'A.: SATURDAY MOItNINU NOVEMBER M, 1870. Congress will convene nt Washlng ton, oil Monday, Deo. 1st. Tlio new Constitution occupies fifteen closely printed columns of tlie Philadel phia Enquire. Itend It before you cast your vote on the 10th of December. This Is the fir.-st number of the second volumo of Thk Oakuon Advocate. Wo shall be pleated to havo nil our old friends renew their subscriptions, and to receive many new ones. Our terms aie only $1.00 n year Ir. advance. Business continues to Improve, and the more hopeful feeling which has ap peared In one or two departments of trade has extended to neatly all branches, and their Is much less appre hension of a long continued depression than was expected a few days ago; con sumers are buying mom freely nnd the Eluinkngo In pi ices of many articles has apparently leached a point where a reaction may be expected to set In. So say our city exchanges. Tho Internal lievenuo receipts of the United States T...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 22 November 1873

Advertising nates. We Oolite It lo be distinctly understood tttt (io AdTertlsemenU jH be Inserted la the eo1tn o "iHiCiMOK Abtociti tbat may be receWo ftatii unknown partleserBrms.unVeiBMeoinpaoied with tbeCiiH. Thertlowlngiu-eouroiaterssti Advertisement for 1 year, per Uth e1 Insert!. . . . . ? RitMaathi,perliKheaeb(DMrtton IS Cents. ' Three Month!, " luOnw. LeM tban three aaonths, firstlnaer- tien $1, each Wient Insertion 23 Outs U. V. MORTIHMKR, Publisher. SATtjltPAY MOIQIKO. NO.rKMBKIt 22, 1873. Local and Personal. Thanksgiving day, next Thursday. Cool I The thermometer stood four degrees above zero on Friday morning. Tlio time has now arrived when a good, overcoat, is necessary. TryT. D. Clauss if you .want a serviceable ono. He keeps the very best of material, and always warrants his goods to glvo satis faction. Gen. Chas. Albright and lady will leave Iauch Chunk for Washington on Monday next. The Fort Allen Rolling Mill Is onco more In full blast. The new emery wheel manufact...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 22 November 1873

rdlnnnccs or the Borough of Lehighton REVISED JULY, 1873. CHAP. VIII. -Ilonei, Swlnr. Mules nml Section 1. That It shall not bo law ful for any person or persons to suffer or permit nny lioga or swlno, horses, mares, geldings, mulo or mules, cattle, shepp, goats and geese, to run at large, within tho Borough of Lehighton, and the owner or owners of any such shall bo liable to pay a fine of flvo dollars for each and every hog or swlno, horse, mare, geldlnc, mulo or mules, cattle, sheep, goats and geese, so suffered or permitted to run at largo within tho said borough, to bo adjudged nnd re covered with costs, before tho burgess or any justice of tho peace within tho said borough. One-half to go to the in former, tho balance to tho use of tho borough. Sec, 2. That in case any hogs or swine, horses, mare or gelding, mulo or mules, cattle, sheep, goats and geese, shall bo found running at largo within tho limits ot said borough, it shall be the duty of the high constablo oi any policema...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 29 November 1873

' II. V. niORTHIMKliV Editor a n)l Proprietor. One Dollar a Year In Arivancu VOL. II., No. 2. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNT!, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 20, 1873. SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS' Lehighton Directory. Agent. TV. C. Vredlrtrt, Singtr Sewing Machine anil In surance, next to K. tl. Snyder's, Ilank timet. Burner, K. WHdon,' Shawns, Hair Calling and Sum pooing. under Kxtbango Hotel. Bmk street. Hoot and Shoe maker. Charles Yenser, ilcarty opposite the post-office, Bank street; alio, dealer in Confectioner!' Clinton Bretney, in Levan't building, .Bank, street. All orders promptly filled -work warranted. Confectioners. Uausman A Ivuhns, opioMte Olrt's store, Dank 'street. All onlcrs promptly filled. Dry Goods mid Groceries. Z. It. IiOfg, opp. L. A fj. Depot, '.ank t dealer in Hardware, Queensware, Ladies' Vretl Gtiotls, cfV. II. A. llolts, liuck'el's Bljck, Bank St., Vr ft(, GroccriaSQueetmcarc', Carpels, Od Goths f CW. E. II. Snyder, Dank street, Dry Goodi, Xolions, Dress Goo...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 29 November 1873

Is listened to by constrain!;? I submit that this Is not dolnc Justly by n code of ethlo nnd a method of Instruction which have survived tho corruptions and revolutions of more tlinn eighteen centuries, which, with all the nssaults mado upon them, and the tests to which they have been subjected, have provr-dtlio rightfulness of their claims upon the acceptance nnd confldencn of the world by a series of moral triumphs nnd a steadfastness of success such as no other system has ever achieved. The ground of all religion, that which makes It possible. Is tho relation In which tho human soul stands to God. This relation Is the root one, nnd deter mines a roan's real condition, as A. Kempls says, "what thou art In thn (debt of God. that thou truly aitl" Each' man, therefore, Is rellgnus just In proportion ns he practically recog nizes this bond which unites him to Ills maker. If, then, religion be tills, it muRt am- brace culture, nnd tills for two reasons: First, because It Is Itself the ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 29 November 1873

Advertising nates. We desire It to fce distinctly understood that no Advertisement will be Inserted In the eolumni o Thi Cimos AdTocati that may be recelv ed from unknown parties or firms, unless accompanied with the Oanc, The following are our oiat terms! Advertlsenenta for V year, per Inch each toMrtton 10 Cents. " 8U Months, per loch each Insertion 16 Cents. ' Three Months, " " " 2U Cents. Less then three months, first Inser tion f 1, each subsequent Insertion 2& Cents. II, V. MORTHIMBR, Publisher. SATURDAY HORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1873. Local and Personal. Guard well your houses, and put strong bolts upon doors. Tho Doylcstown flank hasdoclarcd a semi-annual dividend of ten per cent. Tho works of tho Bethlehem Iron Company resumed. operations Tuesday. Candles, wholesale and retail, at Hausraan & Kuhns. The total Indebtedness of tho Eas ton 6chool district as shown by the books of tho Board of Control, Is $99, C29.07. Rents are too high. Labor having sustained ft depreciatio...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 29 November 1873

Railroad Guide. jq-OUTII I'KNNA. UAIMIOAI). WlSKR llUUhOXMCNT. rssener for Plilladelpbla will leaie Lehlghton nit followi f..09 . m , t1 L. V.; nrrlto nt Dills at 8.M a.tn 7.37.ni.vlal.. 8. " " ll.Km.m. 7.39 a. in. t la I.. V. " lM0p.ni. lt.07p.m.vlal,. S. " " 2.1Sp.m 11.02 p.m. via L.V. ' " 2.15 p.m. 2.27 p, m. via L. S. " ' ft 33 p.m. 1.47 p.m. via L. A S. " 8.20 lun, 4.44 p. m. via, L. V. " " 8 20 p.m. 7.38 p.m. rial,. V. " 1030p.in. Beturnlnp, leave dVpot at llerks aii'l American Btreets. l'klla, at 7.10, 8.30 -and 0.45 a. m.; 2.10 3.30, aud S.15 p. in. Fare from Uhlghton to Philadelphia . . $2.65 Nov 22,1873. Kt.MS CLAKK, Agent pmiiADisLniiA t uniH n. it. WIN1KU TIHK TA11I.K. On and after RU.NI1AY. .0V.2d, 187.1. Train on the I'hlla. A Krla llftllroad Dlf Ixlon Hill run as follows VfFTWARD. BurrAioExriiiss leaves riilladelpbla, 12 f. I p.m. " " " HarrWmrit . t.(0 p.m " " " Wllllamsport 0.10 p.m ' " Kmporlutn , 1.4A n in " " arrive at llulTalo . OUOa.m ERltlltAl. lestes Philadel...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 6 December 1873

1 fwhm VOL. II., No. 0. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 0, 1873. SINGLE COPIES, TIIREE OENTg Lehighton Directory. Agent. TV. C. Frailrlrl, Singer Swing iljchine and In iuran, next to E. 11. Snyder's, llnk strett. Barber, K. D. WIddos, Sharing, Hair Cutting and Sham pooing, under Kxchange Hotel, llauk street. Hoot KU.l Shoe Makers. Charlss Yenser, nearly oppotiu the potlcffice, Bank street; also, dealer in Omfectimery. Clinton llretnoy, in Levan't luitding. Dank s treet. All vrdtn promptly filled work warranted. Confectioners. Hausman 4 Kuhn, opposite Obert's store, Dank street. Ml vrderi promptly filled. Dry Goods and Groceries 7,. II. Long, opp. J s- Depot, Dank at., dealer in Hardware, Queenmare, Ladia' Drat Good; Cc. H. A. DelU, Leucltel's lilock, UJ5 hfSSi?' Groccria, Qutentware, Curpeli, Oil CfotAa it Coal. J5. ii. Snyder, Hank street,, Dry Oondi, Notimt, Ural Uoodt, Oroceriet, Quantware, Hardware,:. Drugs nntl Medicines. A.J Burling, first door sho...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 6 December 1873

I ii i. 1 I1 U nil iih inj wind. That tint sentence nf John Mil Inn, In a Utile tract on Ediicitlon, lias n ring In It which will ho heard nil nlong down the nges : " I run long fdnco per-. Minded. Hint to do or nay might worth H.cnioiy or Imitation, no purpose should ponner movo us than simply the love of God nml mankind. Tho end of learn ing Is to vcpalr the ruins of our Mlrst parents, hy leainlngto know God ailnht, and out of tlint knowledge to be like him. Our youth imit proceed, by the steady pace or learning, onward, till they have conformed and solidly united the whole body5 of their perfecte'd linowl wIrp, like the lat embattling of rt Ito. man legion." Thus aimed for our work, Inspired with this hlfih purpose ngalnst failure and disappointment, we may be supported by something like that heroic confidence which sustained tho Divine Singer, when the burden of care and danger, of poverty and old nge nnil blindness pressed him down so, heavily : In prophetic dream he xaw Tin' y...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 6 December 1873

Advertising. nates. . AVe derife It lo 1 distinctly understood lM no; Ad'ertleements will he Inserted 111 th column! o. Tni Oahok AhTOciti that may be rewired from, unknown parties or Anns, unless accompanied with the Cisti, Ihe rollowlna; arsmir olt terms! Advertisements for 1 yew, per loch each Insertion - . 10 Cents.! ' fjli Months, per Inch etch Insertion 1& Cents. ' Three Months, " " ' SO Cents. " Lens than tbrwtnnntlis, flrstlnser- Uoa $1, each subsequent Insertion 56 Centa. II. V. MOHTIllMKlt", Publisher. luTMDAV M0B3IXQ, PKCKMIllSU 0. 1873. Local and Personal. Beltz Is rushing Ills 'stock off most rapidly at ptinic prices. Messrs. Snyder nnd'WIllshavc pur chased Bowman & Co's store, Welssport, and will take Inimediato possession. Candles, wholesale and retail, at Bailsman & Kuhns'. Tlio Fort Allen 'Cornet iJand, of Welssport, visited Slatlngton on Thurs day of last week, and discoursed sweet strains of music for tho citizens of that borough. A reduction of 10 per...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 6 December 1873

THE SIT ST. WKEKLY.SEMI-WEEKLY&DAILY THE WEEKLY HUN l toowltlely known to re quire liny extended recommendation! butlhe reii onii which luve elrenlj siren It fifty tbouutnd nufoctll'ors nnd which will, we hope, (tire It niKuy thouMDd more, aro briefly e follow! It l a liret-mte newpnrr- All the newt of the day will hefnund In It, rondenne d when unlmpr tant, t full length when of moment, and alwaya presented In clear, Intelligible and Intending mannor. . , , It la a flrat-rate famllT paper, foil of entertain ing and lntrnctle roadlnpr ol erery klnd.but con taining nothing that can offend tho moat delicate and vrupuloui tni'e. It la a Brrt rate atory paper. The beat talea and roraaocea of rurrent literature aro caref uly aeleo ted and legibly printed In ita pipes. It la a rlrat-rute agricultural paper. The meat froth and lnntructlTeorttcIea on agricultural toplca regularly appear In thla department. It la an Independent political paper, lietonglng to no party and wearing no colla...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 13 December 1873

1 ibe TNmSPEnsmEBPB-. "IJYE AJTD LET LIVE. ' ovesi. 1 ' 1 " 1 "' - - - T....t.. ,.,rz.., ... , " . 1 . . zrn;r'--- ' 1 VOL., II., No. 4. " LEH1GIIT0N, GAUBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1873. SINGLE COriKS, TOREK GENT Hill iMIWMMMmMMBMM lehighton Directory. Agent. TV. fl. Freilrlrl, Singer Sewing Machine and In surance, next to B. II. Bn rder's, Bank street. . u Barber, R. B- Wlddbs, Staring, Hair Culling and Sham. pooing. under Kxrlmnpe Hotel. Bunk street. Boot and Shoe Makers. Charles Yensor, nearly oppmite the post-ojltce, Dank street; also,deater in Confectionery. Clinton Bretney, in Levan's builtling, Hank street. Alt orders promptly filled work warranted. r Confectioners. Uausman A ICubtia. opposite Obert's store, Bank street. All ordersprompttg .filled. Dry Good ntnl Groceries. Z. IL Lonp, opp. L. A- 8. Depot, Hank st dealer in Hardware, (Jueensware, Ladies' Dress Goods, d-c. H. A.llfeUckel's, Block, llaVk st., Dry Goods. Grostrxet, Qucmswarc, Carpels, Oil ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 13 December 1873

0 should bo free; frco to worship God ac cording to the .Bible. In Vftln were all their suffering and Woodshed to subju gate this New Woild, If wo, their offspring, must stilt bo oppressed and persecuted. But, may It pleaso your worshipsrpcrmlt me to inquire onco more: For what aro theso men about to bo tried? Tills paper says: For preaching tho gospel ot the Saviour to Adam's fallen racel" Again he paused. For the lhlrd time he slowly waved tho indictment round his head; and thentutnlng tothojiulgcsi looking them full In the face, exclaimed with tho most Impressive effect: "What laws lmvo they violated?" The whole assembly was now painfully moved and excited. Tho presiding judge ended tho sceno by saying, "Sheriff, discharge theso men." II. V. MOBTIIIMER EDITOIt. miiaiiTOX, pa.: SATURDAY MORNING DECEMBER 13, 1873. Tuesday next is tho day designated for the election upon the adoption or rejection of the now State Constitution, A bill has been introduced in Con. gross to repeal tho l...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 13 December 1873

i Advertising Rates. TV desire It to U distinctly understood that no Adtertlsements will he Inserted In the columns o TntCMSOH BTOCAtt that mayba recelrMfrom unknown parties or lrms.unlcss accompanied wllh tleCASH. The following are our ohlt termst AdTertlSMnents fori year, per Inch each Insertion . J?JB'- HxMontha.perliKheaehlnsertlon 1oOnts. m Three Monthi, ' " 20 Ce nt. Less tRan three months, first Inser- tlon $1, each subsequent Insertion 15 Cents. H. V. MORTIHMKn, rnWIahtr. to nxbtm Qxmti. BATXJKDAY MORNING, DKUUMHBIt 13, 1873. Local and Personal. Rev. William F. Unwell, of Catn sauqua, will preach In the M. E church, tn this borough, this (Friday) eveolug, at 7:00 o'clock. Tho holiday business Is beginning to look up. Wo are soaking a mackerel for our Christmas dinner. Allentown Demo crat. Send us a family invite, Brother Haines we are the golden number 7. Shortest day Sunday, December 21st.. The Merchants' Bank, of E.iston. has declared a semi-annual dividend of five per cen...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 13 December 1873

W EEK LYt SEM I-W EEK L Y & D A IL Y THE WKKKLY SUN l t'owlilely known to re quire sny pitmded recnmmcndstloiit tut llii res sons wMcli hTB slrwdr jtlfen 11 flflT thnunil milisc rll rs, snd nhlrh will, wo tirne, glre It mauv tbnussnd am, dto bristly ss Mlrwsl It l flrsl-rntB newsrr,r. All tlw tiewi r.f tbp dKT will ! found In It, rondrnsrd whfn linlmp r trnit. nt full fcnfrtli whpn of moment, nnd slsjs rrwnled in dear. Intelligible and Interesting tnsnner. It Isn (Irft-riilorHmltT piffn full of rntertsln lnmnd Instructltereadlnf ft every klnil.l ut con. talnlnu nothlnn tl'st can olfcod tbe most delicate nnd scrupulous tns'0. It Is . flrrtlat story paper. The brst talc" and romances of current llternluiM are cirefuUy selec ted and letlUy printed In Its paReB. It la a firM-rute anilcultuiai piper. The mot fresh and Instructltesrtlrlesen agricultural topics regularly appear In thlsdetwrtinent. It la an independent political piper, VelonRlnB to no party and wearlnir no collar. It fi...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 20 December 1873

' -ft , . . - i ii. v, mp.RTiiiMBR. liirWEIEIiriEWT--- 6 LIVE A3STD LET LIVE." terms: Krtllor ami Proprietor. MWMUM. Jiajjm jjlx-w jl w .mi --LiJy Maa. -J-W.m One Hollar n Ynnr In AdVnncc VOL. If. No. 6. LEniGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 20, 1873. SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS Lehighion Direotory.-- , Agent. W. 0. Fra ttrlrij ffingrr Sewing ilacMne and In luranct, nelt to K. II. Snvder's, 1'alik reet. Barber,' H. D Wlddos, aai'fnj, Wnr CuMi'njr and Siom pooing, under.mrtianife Hotel. "k attest. llo'oVn'ml Shoe Makers'. Charles Yenser. nearly nppoiitr. the ,it-offia, Bank streets aim, drain- tn Chiy'imerjf. Clinton Dretney, in Uvan'l building, Hank street. All order) promptly filled work warranted. Confectioners. llausmin Kuhus, opposite 01rfs store, Dink, street. All mder promptly fillnl. Dry Gonili and Groceries. Z. II, Long, orp. I A S. Depot, ilank St.. dealer in Hardware, iiimnwarc'tadieDreu Guadt ic. It. A. lvcllftucVM mo'. Ilahk Drfadi. U. It. Snyder, i...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 20 December 1873

I KDIT0R. LKIliallTON, PA.! SATURDAY MOKXIXU DECEMBER 10, 1873 Tlie people of tlio Commonwealth, on'Tm-sday lat, decided liy n majority of about 175,000 fo adopt the now Con attiutloii as submitted by tbo Cohven .tton elected last year. The offlclnl ma jorily In tills county was 1,018 Votes. Col. Frederick Dent, father ot Mrs. Grant, died In Washington Monday night. Col. Dent was In Ills eighty-' eight)) year. IIo complained of being JU Monday, but no alarming symptoms were apparent until n 6hort time before his death, which occurred without a etrugglc. Several largo manufacturing estab lishments In Philadelphia have resumed, work, and nro running from throo days In the week to full lime, most of them with the full complement of hand, but at a reduction of wages of from 10 to 15 per cent. Tlio mills In Mannyunk are starting, 20 of them having don.: so within the past week, and it s stated that the remainder will be running by the first of the, year. Congress has been laylngout for i...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 20 December 1873

AdvcrfUlng Itnlc. Wjj, delr It to ba dtlnctlj upilaratood that tip Aartl.nw'tilllll'lniirted InJte oui(it Ti pitiioi btoot that y by filvMrora mnluioil'jartlinrnrm. unlenMrtlfl illl. -tho'X!B. Tha folljulnn areour OM.T tenusl Jtdiartlwmanla fori J"'. Pr lnch'h Jlnnlon, i , ,: -JJS""1'"- Pli Month per Incbaaebtnwtlon 76 rent. ThnatMniitht,? "J 20 CVtlta. " Xtti lbrmiilha,lttlnaai Hod Jl, acbubveUent lunertl'm IS Cnt, SAIUKDAY, MORNING, DKCMtllKlt 20, 1873. IiOcal and Personal. Christmas tiny Thursiay pext, tlie '25th Inst. Wu trust nil our readers and friends will havu a pleasnnt aiul enjoy able season on this occasion. . To-morrow (Sunday), December 21st, will be llic shurtL-st day mid the first of -winter. The Phooiilx D.inil, of JIauch Ciunk, mnil the Fort Allen Cornet Atnri, of Weissport, wero'bntnn Monday liven ing last, and serenaded W. L. Smith, of the Weissport Ilouse, and J. W. Hnu denbush, of the American Hotel, In this burgh. The members 'of each or ganization were handsom...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 20 December 1873

rtgji mill I.Uir II fir mil . - . frWI'flUT TyiinUC'iHI '".larV'IIWWIIIWlMjWilttCgtOKirKfti"! f Mr-TMT-jS, rdlnuuccH or llio Borough of Lehighton REVISED JULY, 1873. CHAP. XIV. Public IlftM-bllli. Sec. 1. Any person who shall malici ously tare down, mutilate or destroy any printed or written poster or hand bill, adveitlslng any lawful business, show, exhibition, lecture, concert or entertainment, from nny piaco wl,ern such land-bills or posters are allowed to bupntup, shall, on conviction before tho burgess or any Justice within the., borough pay u llneof not less than live 1 or more than ten dollar. Sec' 2. Should a hoy, or minor, bo so convicted, and refuse or neglect to pay said tine, the same shall be paid by liU father, employer or proper guardlau, and be recovered a") other tines are re coverable ; one-half to go totho Inform er and tho other half to the borough. CHAP XV. Powlr. Sec. 1. That no person shall bo per mitted to carry powder through nny partof the borough In greate...

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