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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 16 May 1874

mm t")io:;tv.'I V.. ii . v. nioRTiiiiinn.. 5ilioY nnil Proprietor. lMl3SPEHl3BlPgg TJTVM AMI ILIE M1E, TEIUIS: One Doiinr a Year in Advance Vql. n.', Np. 20." LEniGHTON, 0A.RD0N COUNTY, FENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1871. SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS Lehighton Directory. Agent. I'Wj'tVt'.redlrii'l, 'tStngrr .Sewing Hacltine and Tn t'AitmmuichaXt to"Kyil.ffuvdcr'ii. Hank street. llnrber, Jl. D. WIDDOS, ".Viatlnir, ltiir Cutlingani Sham poning, under Kxchsuge Hotel, Bank street. Hoot mill Slipe MnWera. Charles Yenwr, nearly offlatUe the post-office, Bank street! alio, dealer.in Confectionery. Clinton Bretney,Vl'rrtn'l bailding. Hank street. All orders promptly filled work warranted. , , . Confectioner!. itaoftnsii Kuhns, oppm-lte Unert'i ttore, Bank street. All orders promptly filial. ii i Pry Gooda anil Groeerlra. "Z. It, t?nu, opp, L'. i S. Df t, Hank St.. uWer in Hardware, tlaeensware. Ladies' Dress Goods, fc. 01. A. lie lta Leuclcel'a Block, llank St.. Dry Gnnlt, Groariei, Queen...

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. — 16 May 1874

I II. V. MOKTIIIMKK, LKIliailPOX, PAJ 6AIURDAY MOKNINa MAY 10, 1674. Wcaro.lnde.uted to Hon Chas Albiight for.noplcs ot Hayden's Surveys, 1873, f, Compendium or the Ninth Censvti of thoUnlted States, aud other public doc uments. Tho Grand Division of the Sons of Tomperanco of Eastern Now York met At the Music Hall, Kingston, at 10 a. m., on tho 13th Inst, Grand Worthy Pat riarch S L Parsons presiding. All tho crand officers wero present. Tho report of tho Grand Worthy Patriarch endors ed there political action, nnd tho follow ing resolution was Introduced Resolved, That tho Grand Division In Eastern New York unite with our brcthern In Western New York in ay lug thai, no consistent temperance man can desire the renomlnatlon nf General Dlx. That ho has deliberately balked and hindered temperance work. That lie lias arrayed himself on tho sjdo of ho rurqsellers, and that no party which places him in nomination can hope to receive tho support of temperance men, no matter what may be 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. — 16 May 1874

Advertising Untos. TVe desire It to b distinctly understood that no JtdTertlsements will be Inserted In the column! of Tai Carms Adtocuti that may be recelted from unknown nsrtlesornnns.unless accompanied wllb. tae fciSB. The following are our OMIT terms : Adtertlsemtnts for 1 fear, perlncb. each Insertion ...... 10 Ont". " Six Months, per lnthMch Intertton 16 Cents, Three Months, " " " 20 Cents. Less than threenvmtha,nrstlnser- tlob li each subsequent Insertion S5 Cent. II. V. MOKTIIIMKR, Publisher. "JjJ II. SIEWEI18, ATTOUNEV AT LAW, rOITIClil Ground FloorlntU.nwaddl.'lonof the Mansion House, Maneu Chunk, Pa. Business transacted In English and Oerman. Collections jrompljoiads and Contejanelng neetlj dons. jr Settlement of Estate, Proving Wills, ob. talnl'ng Letters of Admlnlstratlon.FllIng Accounts, and Orphans' Court Practice carefullyattended to. Licenses, Charters aJ toeo rportIons procured, .and Criminal Cases made a specialty. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1874. Local and Persona...

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. — 16 May 1874

Tlio FlHliIng Laws. It Is unlawful to flsh at any ttmn with Ihli baskets, kiddles, eel weirs or racks in any stream In this State. It Is unlawful to flsh with asclne, set net, fykonetornctof any other descrip tion, the moslus of which are less than 10 Inches, between Juuo 15 and August 10, In auy stream. It Is unlawful to flsh for trout except for purpose of propagation or scientific Investigation, In any other manner than with hook and Hue. it Is unlawful to flsh for salmon and speckled trout between April 1 and Au gust 10; speckled trout only to be caught by hook and Hue. It Is unlawful, .to catch, kill, sell or havo In possession, salmon or lake trout between October 1 and March 1. It Is unlawful, to placa a set net across any canal, rivulet or creek In this State. It Is unlawful to fish for black bass pike or plckrcl In any other manner than with hook and line, or scroll; and only with hook aud line, or scroll be tween June 1 and March 1, except when taking them alive for stocki...

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. — 23 May 1874

"1 ii. v. i.vorxh friifo.') . . Editor aiy?l .I'.roprlctor TEK3.S: , Ono, Dollar Vonr In Advance VOL II. No, Zf. LEHIGHTON,( QAUBON COUNTY,' PKX' A, SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 23, 1874. SINGLE COPIES, THREE "CENTS Le'highton directory. CfviliiirStngt? Jming' Machine and 'in. urancc.noxt to E. II. Snyder's," Hank street. Hrler, ' It. B. WIDDOS, Shaving, Hair Culling and fHian pooing, under Exchange Hotel. Bank street. Boot mill Shoe Dfnk'rrt. Charles Yenser, nearly wnosilypos-vgice, Dank afreet: aho, AcaUr in OSnfeAumery, Clinton BretBejvfcftMf Wntf, Bnk street. .411 onlcrl prcmpMyJUUdA-work warrunled, IT7 'Confectioners. UausjnaB.A Kuhus, opposite lMrt' stpre, Hank street.' 'Mordirtprumptti Jllltd. T i l 1 "II J- u J 'ill 1 i 1 ,Ury Goods null Gincerlts. Z. II. long, o'pp. L.'A'S. Depot, l.auk ft.. dtiUr n Hardware, Qucehmare, Ladiet' Drels Gmx),.rc- 11. A. IleUvktl' Blorfc, llanKuU Arjf 0. Groceries, Qwxnswart, Oirpett, Oil Ctvllisd- Oul. JS. II. SuydeT, lfshk' street, iJry GonuV, Aotwn...

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. — 23 May 1874

U, V. MonTIIIMEn EDITOR. LGIIlailTON, PA.! SATURDAY MOttNINU MAY 23, 1871. Charles J. Nourse, Chairman of the iPIg-Iron Oommtttco of the American 'Steel Iron association, lma called a meeting of all tho plg-lroa ronnufactur a for Thursday morning, tho 281" Inst., at the Association rooms, In Phila delphia, to consider tho continued de pression in tho Iron trade. It Is ex pected thp.t the meeting will urgo do clslvo action by Congress on tho finan cial Question, tind on tho proposition to restore the 10 per cent duty taken off jy the act or 1872; the call has been ap proved by tho leading iron manufact urers. A most dastardly attempt was made on Thursday night to destroy the new photo graph gallery of J. F. Beltz, en Bankway, by saturating tho woodwork with coal oil and Betting fire to it. Had tho fire not been fortunately discovered in time, the gal lery, Clinton Bretney's, Mrs Esch's and J. W. Rauden bush's Valley House, would certainly have been destroy ed, as the wind was blowing...

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. — 23 May 1874

Advertising Hates. W dentM It to be distinctly understood thtt no AaTertlsemeo'tt Kill be Inserted in tbe col a mm of Tn Cimox ATOoiti,tbat mijr be rewired from unknown parties or 11 nns, unlets accompanied with the Cm. Tha following are onroiaTtermii AlrirUsiinents far 1 tear. Mr Inch each Insertion' 10 Cents. " Sir Months, par Incheeeh Insertion IS Cents. " Tors modui, " ;tu Venn. " Less than three rrtnot ha, first Inter- tloa tj, each subsequent InMrtlon 25 Cents, it JJJ R. BIEWKUS, 4- 'ATTORNEY. AT LAW, OFtlCl!,!, Ground Floor In the new addition of the ilsniton Bouts, Mauch Chunk, Fa. Buslneii transacted In Xngllih tnd Gttmu, CoIlKtlODi pomp ly;mads and Conveyancing OMtl; don. attl(nent of Batatas, Proving Willi, ob. talnlwg La Iters of Admlnlsbratlon.FllIng Accounts, and Orphans' Court Practice carefully attended to. Licenses, Chartari and Incorporation! procured, d4 Criminal Casta mads a tpeclalty. SATURDAY 5I0HNINO, MAY 23, 1874. Local and Personal. SrciAL Noticb. Those of o...

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. — 23 May 1874

.hi. ; , rt Current ircms. Subscribe for tin Onrljnn Ail Why.ls'a drunkard's fact) like n vol cano? Because It shows Hie eruptions m mu ciaier. Ho whn tnVns nn Ofil 41, a fnll nml n woman by tlx) tongue, Is nuru to comu ... i i i i-iiiiny-llUNUCU. Till) lftfc lll.tPtt 111 xvlttnl, In 1ni ft-ll... milk of Iniiimn kindness Is In tliu jWlo OI CIVI1IZHU0I1, A Frenchman Intelicllnu to comnli ment n yuung lady by calling her a Kei uo lamu, aiu "Sue is ono mutton us is small," Men who are hungry for damnees should tukn warning' from the luck of a Cincinnati man, Ho was called "dead beat" and tho jury days that it nurt lilm Just leu cents' woith. Aciusader's picket In Tinin, Ohio, recentlyidid some active service. Two young men In n tahion had piosre&std from aligry words tu blown, and had Just drawn their revolvers. All twe masculines present evaporated through tho frontdoor, buttne crusading picket entered the (.aloon, sepaiated thw com batants, and gave them such an empha tic talking...

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. — 30 May 1874

t una m. v, aipitruiaiKu, "TEilllftlf'aiftVi'Pronrlclor. TUIW1S: One Dollar a 'cnr In Advance LEIIIGIITON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1874. VOIi. II.. No. 28. ; ' j.. f i i . SINGLE COPIES, TIIKEE CENTS LfiSglftdff Directory. W.C. tfrel'lrlcl, Sinrf'Swing Machine and In turineeltoll in E, Hi Sn yder, B"k 'I"'-' Jl. B. TflpDOfc, SlJving, Hair Outtinhand Shan poni'nfrluiideH-'xchuBe Hotel. Bank street. Doot aiid Shoe Makere. Chariw Tebaer, nrOTwu IA post-nfia, Bank ettwt'a'JO, dealer ill tbnVriinrj(. Clinton Dntuey,-i Vruajrmu'.W. "A"k Tu orders frVjJIIM-rWwffaiiM, Coiifeol lower!. , , Heuimau 4 Kubna, o iioi.I1. Jjrf itore, Bank Uroet. Allorderiprimpllyfillru. , -i Dry OoniU ami Gibei-rlei. . it. ung. fcpp: u-A S..U'i', V.",'.,k kV'"J,er iardMK, &m,ure, "dk'l'reii fwMj Z 01. A. JjexSS fMM.urKgwiy""" - lGjwrf0JiwWi ltd Medicine!.. T.nn.ii.r.thrii door above I', ,, Bank alreet. nils, ibtnfl. IWamery, Wenl jnlinneJ, itvl Hardware., F. P-SenHnel.oear'y PP-iVV'IF...

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. — 30 May 1874

II. V. HORTIIIHER, ..... EDITOR. LKIItOUTON, fti 8XTOM)Xr HORNINO MAT 30. 1874. M 1 For Reunion. Tbo General Ooaterence of tho Me thodist church Seatl) ndjoined lta sit tings at LoutsvlKo, Ky., on Tuesday, tho 20th Inst, previous to which tho following resolutions were adopted In regard to establishing fraternal relations with the Northren C'.mrch: Whereas, The discussions, and votes of tlrls -conferencPi on the subject or fra ternal relations -with the Methodist Epis copat Church and Iti cognate subjects rprea'iit an appearance ol essential dif ferences which do, not exlat, therefore, Resolved, That upon the subject of fraternal relations, wljh the Methodist Episcopal Church, upon a proper basis, this Coherence Is rt unit. Kcsolvud, Thaji we are also a unit upon the propth'ty of appointing a com mission empowered, to meet a like com-, mission frouvthe. Methodist Episcopal Church to settle all questlon.s of diffi culty between us, and that such settle me'.it is essential to comwleto...

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. — 30 May 1874

Advertising Hates. We uwlre It to be distinctly understood that no AdrerUsecMnts will be Inserted In tbe cotamm of Til CiatoK Aitooiti tht may be retired from winkneira perllel or Arms, uolesn accompanied with -thtCua.' Tlie lblto'winK are onroiai terms Adrertlsetnents tori year, per Inth each tnwrthm . . . .10 Cent. " Six Jlonthi. per locheacb Insertion ISOents. Three Month), " jo Cents. - Irfesthsnthreeraom'hs.t.rstlnner- tlon $1, each aubeequent Insertion 23 Cents, II. V. MOUTH I Si KR, Publisher. JJ, II. S1KWEB8, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE I around. F.oorlntbenewaadi;ioneftno Mansion Bouse, Maucb. Chunk, Fa. Business transacted la Eogllih and (Isrmao. Collections promp'y. raids tod Contsjinclog neatly done. 3 Settlement of Estates, rrOTlos; Willi, ob taining Lattcri of Admln'lstratlon.FllIng Accounts, and Orphans' Court Practice carefully attended to, -Cleanses, Charters and Incorporations procured, and Criminal Cam made a specialty. fa tote &&wttite. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY ...

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. — 30 May 1874

- 1 TOW . Major Gen. George HnrUuff died In llio Sturtevant House, New York,-on Saturday nlgh't 10th Inst. IIo was graduated from West Point July 1, 1652, and' In. March, io01, had -risen to tho, rank of Brovet Captain. During the rebellion ho served In Florida, Vir ginia, the Wet and Southwest; held various staff offices, nnd at one time commanded- tho Twenty-thlr.l Corps, He was in many battles, and. was twice seriously wounded. He roso to tho rank of Major General of volunteers nnd Hrcvet Major General of the regular nrmy. At the time of his retlromrnt lie' was Assistant AdJdtnut'Ocncral of the Military Division of thoMissnutl, heud qba'rters'tn Chicago, where ho whs well known and highly respected. Repudiation Is making headway 'in (ho West. Dallas county, 'Mo.lins' refus ed to pay Interest or principal of $280, 000 worti of bunds Issued for railroad purpose, and when the United Slates Court gave judgement against the county tho Judge of the County Court escaped servlco by jumpi...

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. — 6 June 1874

rt IS t r v ai. y., MOttirjuiMEK. Editor apul nropriotor. INIfcEi AID XiW MVE." r TERMS: Ono Dollar n Vonr in Artvanco VOL. II., No. 20. LEHIGHTON, 0ARB0N COUNTY, PESN'A, SATURDAY SIORNING. JUE 0, J874. SINGLE COPIES, THREE OEKTS ighton Directory. Agent. TV". C.Frealrld, Sinner 'Sewing Machine and In u.Sn.ilttV. Bank street.. ' , ,' Barber, "3t.tf. WlbbOS, SaanVtf,- Hair Cutting and Sham pooing, tinder Klchanre Hotel, Bank street. nool and Shoe Plafcera. Charles iYenset; yearly oppotit the poil-ojlce, Bank street; aUo, (feater in W'V'f1'-.!.-!, .1. Clinton Bretney,- Levari budding, Bank street. All brderlpromjtyJUlcdwork warranted. i Confeot loners. musman AKuhns,Vct1IIB0lrt's store, lltnk street. MtmtcriprimpU! filled. . PrrOoo'tVs R,u1 Oroorle. , -,Z. II. LobK.oppM i S..Depo,!. Hank st. dealer in Hardware, oueentwart, Ladxci Vreu Goode, de. m?A. iJ&MliueW. BlockUaol st. Dry , ,E. II, Snyder, Dank streel, Jry &J, Aottonj, 2r faiYhorfi, Cron',0''"''''rc, Hardware, am. 2$ fes...

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. — 6 June 1874

H. V. M0RTI1IMER, JSD1T0R. LEIliaiiTO.V, PA.! SATURDAY MO UN I NO JUNE , 1874. Emery vs. Tnnlte "Wheels. The Tnnlto Co. takes tilts means of assuring tli Public ttiat even the pos session of Patent for a Perfect Solid Emery Wheel would not suffice for the successful Introduction of the goods, unless the Patent was backed by expen sive Machinery, by years of experience, by chemical and mechanical skill un falteringly applied, by a wide practical knowledge of all the countless manu facturing processes of the day, and by the employment of men skilled in alt the Manufacturing Atte. The above la an extract from an ad vertisement In the Mauch Chunk Dem. ocrat of May 80th, and Is conclusive proof that the Company Is getting; scared about the Emery Wheels manu factured by Messi s. ISutterfleld, Marsh & Co., at their works In Welssport The advertisement in question shows in all Its features a spltefulness of purpose against the Wehsport Emery Wheels which the most obtuse Individual could...

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 June 1874

v Advertising Raton. We desire It to be distinctly understood thtt n Advertisements Ik Inserted In the columns o' IiClliox -Actocate that niajr U rteelred from Wtknomi parties rrnmB,un1es accompanied with tie Can. Th following Art our okii terms i Advertisements for 1 year, per Inch etch Insertion 10 Cents. Plx Months, per Inehtseh Insertion 15 Cents. Three Months, 20 Cents. jsatbtntbrtemontht,flralnser- tlen $1, etch subsequent Insertion IS Centi. II. V. MORTIIIMER, Publisher. 'j" R. alEWBRSi ATTOUNEV AT LAW, OrriCGl Ground Floorln the new Addition of the Mansion Hottte, Minch Chunk, Pa. Business transacted In English And Oermin. CWlectloni promplj made And ConTtjenelng neatly done. 42 Settlement of Estates, Protlng Wills, ob taining Lettere of Admlolsrratlori.Flllnir, Arcuunts, nd Orphawf Court PrArtle rsrerullr Attended to. Licensee, Cbtrters And Incorporations procured, And Criminal Cases made a rperlalty. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1674. Local and Personal. Special Notice. Those...

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. — 6 June 1874

Current Items. Twenty. five centtwlllpurclsosoa sal mon on.tlie Paclllc const. , ( Italy Will celebrate nextyeiir thfi'fotir humltcdth aiiiilvi'rrnry of the birth or iliclml Angclo IJuoiHrotti. Three.Neyv-york professional gentle. man liail 'ih-lr "photographs tnkeii In Ho-ton on Saturday they were only thieves. Edwards county,-. 111.,- boasts of not having contained ngYog nhop for fifteen years. The Urug storcirdo a Uuurlshlhg business. A Wyoming paper delicately an nounces that Its charge for marriage notices Is "Just what tho ecstasy of thd bridegroom may prompt." A report it. Incttctilati'on (n Salt Lake ,Clty thatt,nenty-lhreeni(uera have been, mtlfde'red bythe'Navlpi Indians on tho iSevler river. Tho grasshoppers or locust bavo made their appearalica in liniiletifo numbers In noithern Minnesota nud Manitoba. In tome places tho ground i covered with them, nnd they nro di-MrojIng grnsp, ginln, nud garden vegetables. There Is n women ifvlng'ln Peticnder Hundred, New Cnstle county...

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 June 1874

'9 II. V. MbUTHIMEn. ' isattor and Proprietor. iisrEiJEsriE!srT " i-xve Aisri mew mve." TERMS : One Dollar a Ycnr In Advnnc VOL. It., Wo, 30. LEIIIGIITON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1874. SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS Iiehighton Directory. Agent. ' "W. 0. Fra-ilrlrt, Singer Stwinj Machine and In lurni,nxt to E. It. SnvdiVa, Bank street. TJnrber, R.B.WIBD03, Skating, Hair Cutting and Sian yW, under Exchange Hotel. Hank street. Hoot and Shoe Maker. Charles Yenser, nearji ofTwruV tfie pott-ojice, Bank trMt; also, dealer in (necimcry. Clinton Bretney, in Leraris budding. Bank street. All orders promptly fUled work warranted. Confectioner. , Hantaan 4 Kubus, oppm.lt uljsrt store, Dank Strep, .siiprucrsyrvws,"'?.""- Dry aoou ann -, . 8,H. Lnuir.r'PP. I S. Depot, bank .1. iroftr m JlaiiiwriJ unn.re, W Cress ft;, !. Crmria. Qutttuvan, Carpets, Vd OWAi f tJ IS. II. Sn)der, Bank itmi, Urn V'"'"' DreuGjads,Gnaries,QtKmwart,Mardware,& Drue and Medicine. A.J Dueling, lira...

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 June 1874

1 U. UOKTMlMEIt, ED1T0H. I.l:lllailTON, PA.: SATURDAY MOltNt.NH JUNK 13. 1874. A special Washington dispatch to tlio N. Y. Evening Post, dated Juno Oth. says: It Is understood that there Is to bo a thorough overhauling of all the papers In tho Treasury Department, ref lating to the Syndlcato business, with, p. view to ascertaining the truth of sono serious charges which have been made. It Is also undei stood that asulthasbeon begun by the fcllent partners ot Ilenry Clews &' Co. In the Syndicate and for sign fiscal agency business, to compel them to 'account for tho profits of the Mime; aud persons who claim to bo la miliar with the history of the matter nay that there will be disclosures of : startling character as to tho means era ployed to effect tho removal ot Baring J7rQS.,and tho appointment of Jay Oooko & Co. and Ilenry Clews C Co. as the United States fiscal agents abroad Some very high officers are said to be implicated, and' if the exposure ts mado It, will be anoth...

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 June 1874

Advertising Rates We desire It to be distinctly understood that no Advertliements.wlll be InMtted In the columns of Tnt Oiuox ADTOcm that may be received Tram unknown parties or firms, unless accompanied with the Cisn. Tbe following are our.onll termi I Advertisements for 1 jeer, per Inch etch Insertion , 10 Cents. ifilx Months.perlncheaehlneertlon lSGents. " 7Cbee Months, . 20 Oenti. Teeehetolhreemnnths,flrsMner- .tlon (I, easft subsequent Insertion S3 Cents, II. V. M0RTI1IMKR, Publisher. 1jJ n. 81EWEIIS, ATTORNEY AT I.AW, OFFICE I 0 round Floor In the new addlion of the Mansion llouse, -Mauch Chunk, Pe. lluelness transacted la EugHeh mi iRsrman. Collections rpromply msde end Conveyancing neatly done. Mir Eettlemeni of Kstst'es, Proving. Willi, oV telnlngLtivaoMdnilnlstratlon,FMng Accounts, And Orphan.' Court J' rartlce carefully attended to.. Licenses, Charters and Incorporations procured, and Crlmlnal'Cares made a specialty. SATURDAY MOKNIKQ. JUNE 13, 18747" Local and Personal. S...

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. — 13 June 1874

IiKIKRACIl MURDhR FROM FIRST rAOU. whatever, ni d look the around that It inn nil the tcs'.lmony there must either, be a discharge on hall or an absolute dismissal (it the ecciwd Ills Honor, Judge Dielr, then pave a short resume of the points nt Istuu and said that although the evidence vtai Vi ry plight npalnM; the accusal yet some clrcumstnnee nnd evidence in the CRM1, the truthfulness of which he was nut then or afterward to pas upon, but which was entirely a matter lor the jury, would hardly.watraut an absolute dismissal of the prisoner. lie therefore would allow him to he released from the custody of the Sheriff upon flic Riving tr?y,iu ball, conditioned for bin np pearsnce at the next Court of Quattir facssiM.s, (, n Inch begins J une 10, 11374,) to an. cr tiny charges or complaints that mi y be made against him. Mr. Xathtn Klotz or Summit XI III, the father o Joel Edgar Klot. tho ac cused, ana Major Itulicrt Klotz, of Mauch Chunk, at once entered into the necessary ball, and ...

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