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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 19 July 1879

JI it. R1ICWI6UR, DiBTinor ATroiiNiiY coUNsrcJ.wm AT I, AW. Office, Ktoti'ii llmliilnit tltodnwn.r, JtAUflt CHUNK, PA Hotlllntr r.statr. rilltia Accnuiitsnud Orphans Coon I'rnotice n specially , , . Trial nt cnnca cniciuPv njlon.lcd to Legal trnumtctlonii In J Ingush and Herman. Jnim, Hurt AclvM-il'in thiionu, ID l-r nco.fdi Jet, aiVvkutisino crtN.iimw yn K MtAiTM ninvbn mnfle inr It In HIM! lUMli SATUHDAY, JULY 10, 18TB. Local and Personal 'ro isiiiisciiunntN. Subscribers to tlio CAnnov Auvuoatr will lake special notice Hint our "' aro one dollar ft year Mrictly 111 ml vn hit, If not no pnid SI.25 will be charged in every Instance. Subscribers gelling lhelrpuersby moll will refer lo tl.o direction tnbs un lliclr tnpers nml note the. dale, and remit accordingly. Eclipse of llio tun, to-day. A steamboat was InBt wceli launched on the Lehigh river nt F.nslnn. A Heading W fell from n eherry tree tho other ilny and had his left ear lorn oh". Chew Jackson's Dest Sweet Navy To bacco. 7-50...

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. — 19 July 1879

FARMERS' COLUMN, Fiirin Vorlfr for July. II1T AND SKID WtlKAT. July In upon us with Its long tlays and op pressive heat. Cultivate corn frequently till the tassels appear. During July tlio wheat harvest will bo successfully under way in the various parts of the country. Bclore cut ting, select ft piece of tho best.- Save it by Ihelf.abU from this pick some of the best heads by hand for raising improved seod. This will'lirlp to prevent wheat from ''run ning out." INJECTS. With Increased heat Insects aro nurnerous ami lively. There are so many such foes that a farmer in these days cannot keep up with tho times odcas lie makes it' part of his business to wage a systematic warfare on In sect enemies. Caterpillars must bo hunted and destroyed j white helleboro dusted on bushes luftsted with the currant worm) will' suit most tasks-, ff the-pickle are to be used soon this is all that Is necessary, but If they are likely to aland long add a few pieces of horseradish root. I would anlvlso th...

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. — 26 July 1879

J Advertising Rates. We dcnir it to bo distinctly understood that no advertisements will bo inserted in he columns of Tint CAnnox Advocat that may bo received from unknown parties or Crins unless accompanied by tho cash. TUo following aro our osiv terms: one squauk (10 LINES), One year, each insertion 10 els. Bix months, each Insertion 1 c U. Three months, each insertion 20 cts. Lcasthanthrcotnontli8,firstinsortlon $1 1 each subsequent Insertion 2o cts. Local notices lO'cents lino. II. V. MOfrHIIMKK, Publisher. , :.: . CARDS, Hoot mill Shoe Matters! Bltnionllretuoy.fn twin', (mfMoii;. Iltnk street. Mlorda-tpromiMy MUdwork warrant!. Attorneys. OHS KLINE, ATTOllNEY AT LAW, Offlcoi Corner Busqaehanna and Itaco streets V , MAuert chunk, v. j.iiy-'r JOHN I). UKltTOLETri:, ATTORNEY AND COUXSKLLOlt AT LAW, Ofllcoi Itoom 2. around Floor Mansion IIoueo MAUC1II CHUNK, TA. Mar be con3Jliod lu Oerunin. mailS-ly' P P. LONUSTPtKHT, ATTORNEY AT LAW Levon's Building, ANK KTItEET. LEIUOHTON. l'A. De...

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. — 26 July 1879

a. V MORTIHHIR, XDITOR LKIIIOIITOM. PA.i BATUItDAT, JULY ifl, 1879. TICK OA7IDIIIATCS. DHHOCIlTlfl. Daniel Oi Drr, the Democra,tfc noml. tor flat Tmnrtr o( Fennsjlvanla, wu lor In Blalrsvllle, ItMtlana county, In 1810, and recslynl hW education at the com tnon school ef Ihst place. Ilia finl employ mtot wu In the itore of William Metier, of that town. Mr. Phillip Colllni, of the firm of P. A T. CoIIIdi, the railway contractor!, (are him a position under them In the con itructlon of the Indiana branch of the Penn sylvania Railroad, and on the completion of that work he learned telegraphing at the B-alnrlllo Intersection, of the Indiana branch, and within a month waa stationed In eharge of the office at South Fork, on the mountain division of the main line of the Pennsylvania Railroad. He aoon came un der the observation of Colonel Thomas A. Boott, then tie Blperinlcndent of tho west ern division of that road, who scut him to hi officii In Pittsburg as one of the princi pal operatori ...

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. — 26 July 1879

, 81KWBH8, oisTiiior ATronNEY & coONsr.ii.on AT LAW. Office, Klott'i nmlolna: Biouawoy. MAOCH CHUNK. rA Hettlln Estates, rump acootoh and Orplam Court Vractlco a specialty. ,,.,,., Trial ot ninwi e'lr,?f'"idrndloif 1 trnaotlotni In Knmmft and Herman. Jon a. THIS VliXba l JioWKM, co's New;- TRACT" nT 60 roiMio for It 1 SATUHDAY, JULY 29. 1879. Local and Personal. xo sunscitinKits. Subscribers to tho Camios Adtocatk will lake special notice that our terms aro ono dollar a year itrictly In advance, If not so paid $1.25 will be charged Id crar Instance. Subscribers getting their papers mM wl" refer to the direction tabs on their rapers and note the date, and remit accordingly -KJhcwJiCESOs's BSi Sweet Kavy To . 750. bacco. Potatoes have been selling on our streets during tho past week at 60 cents per bushel. Parties going west can get tickets from Bert. Beaboldt, L. V. R. H. depot. 10-42 And now rumor Bays that the Green backers will hustle Uncle Nathan to the front for the nominati...

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. — 26 July 1879

FARMERS' COLUMN. This French word lias, doubtless, become familiar to tlie majority of reading farmers, without, probably, their having obtained a very distinct idea of the process. Joel Ben ton, in the New York Sun, gives a brief but very comprehensive account oftheprocesaof ensilage, a portion of which wo copy below for the beneftt of the readers of the Adoooatk who are not vot fnliy enlightened on this licw step In agricultural prorata : "The word cniilage means, literally, in a pit, or trench, and ttaiida for the system by which corn or any other green fodder Is pre served by buriul in tire ground. It is also used, metaphorically, for tho fodder so pro served. That It is a valimblo discoveiy there Is now little room to doubt ; and its ad vocate, although they have not yet caught the popular ear fur new discoveries inovo klqwly heliove it isdcslined to work agreat revolution In agriculture, Tho Inventor of this new modo of preserving green fodder, and thereby carrying thobucculcn...

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. — 2 August 1879

Advertising Rates, "Wo dcslr it to bo distinctly understood lliat no advertisements wilt bo lilscrted in ho columns of Tim CtnnflK AbvdCAtx that May bo received from ultklloWn patties or Arms unless accompanied by tllo (Usii. The following arts oUr Oiti terms I osKSqWitK (10 tints) t)n year, each insertloh.um 10 els, Blx months, each lhsertlon 15 cts. Thrco months, cacli Insertion........... 20 cts. Less than thrco months, first I nscrtlon $1 ( each subsequent insertion 25 cts. Local notices 1U cents rer line. II. V. MORTHIMfiR, Publisher. CARDS, I! no l nud Shoe Makers. flllnlonBretnay.i'rt t'ran'a building. Ilnk slrret Allordari promptly RUtttQtork warrant! u. The Carbon Advocate! . And Independent Family Ncwspspef Published every SAttlHDAY, In Lehighloni Carbnh Co., Pa., by itAttitv v. nibuTinwiiiti Omen BAKAVAY, a short dlstaueo abevD the Lehigh Valley R. R. Depot. Terms: $1.00 per Aiinnni in Aiyancc. EVKMf DCSCIUWlOS Of rtAlS AND FASci Job Printing AT VERV LOW PRICES. H. Y. Moi...

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. — 2 August 1879

Site toium flwwnlt. Hi V. MUKTlllMKKr r . , KMTOll l.lilliailTCIN, l'A.I SATURDAY. AWJU8T 2, 1879. Democratic Ticket. Vox STAtH TRElSt'nt'R, DANIEL 0, BAHn, of Allegheny. Republican Ticket. FOR STATE TREASURER, SAMUEL BUTLER, of Chester. The Chairman of the TJomocrntic Coun ty Committee has pw.cfl a cull for tho reg ular annual iticctlhgofthnt l'mly to he held at thu Court House, Mailed Chunk, on Mon day, August fntli,nt 11 o'clock in tho fore noon, ulitl dosiri-a a full nttemlanco as busi iieii uf great I ni ki I nnoc is to bo transacted. A Washington dispatch of the 28th lays:' Secretary llvnrts has lcceivcil a cable gram from Minister Welsh, stating that his resignation of the English mission hud been forwarded by mail. As toon as tho news got nbio.id that official notification of tho resignation had been received, tliero is said to havo been at otlce a commotion among tho politicians who are about tho capital at this time. Tho few Penneflvniilans there apn'nrcd to bo particularl...

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. — 2 August 1879

gj it. sncwiaus, DIsflUOT ATtOTlNRV it COUNSI-.fJ.Oll OtTlcoi Klott's Umlolnn tliotlawar, MATlcir nnuNK. l'A Mottling Estates. Mine Accounts nml Orntitwa Cunrt Practice a sitocialty. Trim of t:niio. cniiMillir nltrlulotl to. Lciral transactions In Unnnsh nml Ucrmaii. Jan li. niTtta T1A TVPD mr bo fomirt on Mo nt OEO. TillD lArfcni'. ltoWRl.i, A CO'S Nous jiancr Advil I in liniraii, 10 uco Hlifft. Ivlicro AliVUUTIMNG CON lipiU ynnv TilACTi may bo nnilo tor It In 11U If 1 UllUt fUTUltD.VY, AUGUST 2. 1879. Local and Personal. ro siuiscitiiti:us. Subscribers to the Cabbon AnvoCAtte will lotto special notices Hint our terms arc one ttollar n year ttrictly III advance, if not so naid SI.25 will be charged In every iiistnnco, Subscribers getting their papers by mall will refer to tlio direction tabs (in their papers nml nolo tlio dale, and remit accordingly, The Berks County alinshouso has 605 Ihmalcs. August is tho month dreaded by hay fever victims. Seven of tho nine furnaces in Allelito...

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. — 2 August 1879

FARMERS' COLUMN, Uncial maxims. A farm without water, however fertile, Is yet a. desert. Never eat yourself, until your animals are fed. No farmer can afford to allow his animals to suffer with cold or hunger. As a rule, avoid Investing largely In things that are untried. Never purchase a thing simply because it is now. A good elder lb dcslrahle In the church, hut they are nil bud' In the meadow. Tim shivering animal can make no flesh or milk.- Ho who mlnUters cruelty to his (amllyor animals, may expect to "be paid in his own coin," some day. It Is better to bo a tenant freo from debt, than to own a mortgaged farm.- The most dreadful thing to put on a farm f a mortgage. Plenty of light and sun aro as essential to all domesticated animals as food. Pure air is the. most valuable for its cost, of nil our necessities. Few things aro moro inconslstonlthan for the tarmcr who uses tobacco; to say that he cannot afford an agricultural journal. Mixed husbandry is tho most profitable; provide...

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. — 9 August 1879

-Advertising Rates. Wo desir It to bo distinctly understood llift no advertisements will bo inserted In lie columns of Tim CAtinos Adtooatk that hiay bo received from unknown parties or 'Arms unless accompanied by tho cash. Tho following oro our onlt terms i OSK SQUARE (10 LINKS)) Ono year, each insertion... m. 10 cts. Six months, ouch insctlion 15 cts. Three months, each Insertion 20 cts. jicss man lurce mourns, mo. $1) each subsequent Insertion....... 25 cts II. V. MOllTHIMEIt, Publisher. CARDS, loot nml Shoo Ulnlieri, Ollntonnretnejr,n Loan' bmlding. Hank street. MlordtrtprompllylUel workitarranted. Attorneys. JOHN KLINE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Offlco I Corner SnEOachnnna and Ilaco streets MA PCH CHUNK, PA. jnl-My JOHN 0. MiltTOLETTE, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, dlllce i ltoom 2. around Floor Mansion House MATJC1I CHUNK, PA. Mar bo consulted In Ooronn. lnavM-ly fl 1. LONUSTItEET, ; ATTORNEY AT LAW Levan'a EulldlnS. ANK STREET. LElllfJUTON. TA. becc rubor 10-0m. M. IIAPSIU5U, ATTORN...

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. — 9 August 1879

II. V. HOUTHIMMl, EDITOn t.UIIIOHTON. PA.1 SATUIIDAV. AUGUST 0, 1 870. Democratic Ticket, TOD STATB TRRARO HT.tl, DANIEL 0. BAIIK, of Allegheny.- Hcxublicau Ticket. fail state TniAsuiinn, BAMUEIi UUTIilU!, of CHeslcr. England nnd Germany than from nil other causes combined, hard times Included. As Congress irov!dod for the publication of 16,000 copies only of Ihcso reports 8,000 for tho House, 4,000 for tho Scnuto, nnd 3,000 for Uio Dopnrtmcnt of State Senators nnd mtmbcrs of Congress will do well to get their nllottel number for distribution among their constituents nt this most opportune time of Investigation Into-tho depressed con dition of labor InthaUnltcd State. Acarc ful reading of thceo reports will do moro to solve nnd setllb tho "labor problem" In tho itclllgent judgment of tho country than the fragmentary investigations which havo ius far been tho only public Inquiries un dertaken by the Government. Returns of tho election in Kentucky shown light vole and n few llepubllcu...

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. — 9 August 1879

J7J 11. S1KWI3US, DISTHIOr ATTOIINP.V a eouNSElxon .. AT IlAWi OfflcC) Kloti'a Unilnlng tlioilaway, urAUint nntlNK. TA. Sottllnit Iistatcs, FlltiiR Accounts aud Orphans Court Practice a special ty. ... . , Trial rtt Cnnios carclullv attended ta Legal transactions In Eniriisii ami uermnu. jun , IHTltfl DAnrD mv bo fnnufl on Ble at OEO. raiicf AtlvrrilmT liniean. In rtfc.?Jtrf! mean, In MiiwM.wrt'eti KM YORK. where AiivisiixiBin' l'HACTS mar l) niado SATURDAY, AUGUST t, 1879. Local and Personal. to suiiscitiitcits. Subscribers lo the Carbon Advocate will toko special nollco Hint our terms aro ono dollar it year sinewy In ctlvoncc, n not so paid $1.25 will bo charged In overy instance. Subscribers getting their papers by mall will refer lo tlio direction tabs (in llicir papers nnd nolo tho dale, and remit accordingly. August has five Saturdays and fivo Sundays. Half starved hogs and poor fences make bad neighbors. Chow Jackson's 13est Sweet Navy To bacco. Parties going west can get tic...

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. — 9 August 1879

FARMERS' COLUMN, Tli I'lg- In Agriculture. Thn pig lias recently been spoken of In contempt when compared with our oilier do irtoallc'nnlinals. Bui if we exnmlno Macood qualities at all critically, we must awanfT liim a high ptaco in our agriculture! He Is found lo produce a pound of product from less food than cither cattle or Bbecp, and Is, therefore, the most economical ma chlno to manufacture our corn' crop- into marketable meat. Our people are becoming wiser every year, and exporting less propor tionately of tho raw material! and more of condensed product. If ittakes seven pounds of corn on an average to make a pound of pork, as is no doubt the case, the farmer be gins to see the great economy of exporting one pound of pom, bacon or ham, instead of boven pounds of corn. The difference In cost of freight makes a fine profit of itself; be sides tho pound of meat is usually worth more than seven pounds of corn in tho for eign market. Tho production of oik Bhould be encouraged on-t...

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. — 16 August 1879

V J' Advertising Rates. Wo dosir It lo bo distinctly understood II.nl nn advertisements will bo inserted in lie columns of TiikCarbok Advocate that may bo received from unknown parties or firms unless nccotnpanicu uy 1110 cisn. Tho following aro our only terms! ons sqvmrf. (10 lines), n.... .Mr fvinli Insertion 10 els. Six months, each Insertion 15 cts. Three months, each insertion -0 cts. Loss than three months, first insertion $1 j each subsequent Insertion 25 cts. local nonce iu coins .m. II. V. MORT1IIMER, Publisher. H. V. Moutiiimer, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT-" Live and Let Live." 1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. VII., No 38. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1879. If not paid in advance, $1.25. The Carbon Advocate. And Independent Family Newspaper Published every SATURDAY, lu Lchlghlon, Carbon Co.,I'a., by IIAUIIV V. ITIOltTHII'IKII. OriEI-DANKWAY, a snort dlstiuieo above the Lehigh Valley 15. II. Depot, Tonus: $1.00 per Annmu iu Adyance. EVKitr descrhtios ...

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 August 1879

SE5 ii. r. MottTimtmi, r.mion LKItlCIHTON. I'A.i SATURDAY, AUOU8T 1(1, 1871). Democratic Ticket. POR STATS TMt.tSVKF.B, DAN'IBIi 0. BAItIl,.bNAllAgIicny. Republican "Ticket. " ron ST4TK TRKASCItlCtl, 8AMUCL BWTIjTJH, of Chester. I.TKLI,3KAT EMPJ.OVES. There aro two kindi of Intelligent hands or help, as every observant employer is doubtless aware, who lias had much expe -ience in hiring tho services of others. Tho ono is ready and skillful in doing tho work given l them, ami are usually classed undt r tho li.-o J of "good hands." When they liavo bcco npliklied tho work assigned tliem, rr have put in the time allo'tsd, llioy havo no other concern about it. Tho interest of their employer does not claim a second thought. Tiiey have fulfilloiClheircontrnot in a literal sense, and whether good or ill betido their .0 nployer's businoss,roncenis tliem but little. They do not comprehend the Importance it is to them that their employer's business should prosper and continue successful. Their...

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 August 1879

jij n. siisWEiis, DISTIIIOr ATfOrtNKT & COUNBF.lXOlt AT.IjAW. Office, Klott'ii tlmlitlDfr modawoy. MAUU1I OIIUNlv. rA (jettllnrr Estates. Plllns Accounts and Orphans Court Practice n specialty. , Trial of Cnn.es f "tc'til'r nttpn(W to J.effnl transactions in jangnnh nnil German. Jan I'. mind TjADTJD av bo found en (lie nt OF.O. I HIS HftHKKiv nnWF.T.T. a no'B News- ti"r.'.- 11.M...1 111 i-n ,il-n Wrcpt. JEW YORK. rtnWF.T.T. no'B News- , a ii rem mt nuienu, in r-n iw Where ailiVKUTifiwu wo TiiAtTM maybe trade lor it In SJw totom Starts. SATURDAY, AUOUS lu, 1870. Local and Personal. ro sunscanniits. Subscribers to tlio Carbon Advocate will lako special notice- that our terms nro one dollar n year strictly in advance, If not so paid $1.23 will bo charged in every Instance. Subscribers getting their papers by mail will refer to tho direction tabs on their papers nnd nbte llio date, nnd -remit accordingly. Chew Jacksos's Best GWcct Navy To bacco. -6tt , ' Chas. Kei fer, aged S3 years...

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 August 1879

FARMERS' COLUMN. KERKO FOLK LOItn. tut. story or ir. rabs:t AXD MR. FOX, AS TOLD BY UNCLE REMUS Ileccnily, Ihe loily whom Uncle- Bcmu calls "Mis SullymlsscJ licr litUo six year IteiHy S3xciaasi?Da g Cap May AND RETURN THE SAME DAY. Tim Famoub. Mammoth-. Tubiib-Uiicic steamer u nErUDLlO," mn Tlneo St. WhatC lit 7M A. M nrrlvlim at t:ne Aluy Hl.o.u r. m. luiurmog, ihit upe 117 m jo cik P. M . iilvlnir ntniite time lo batblnit or adrivo on Inn Uinch. A lull li ns Ilan.l ami Or. r.M tolilni-nmrch fur lilm Ihrmtfffk tlio ehosiriv mumo lur I'nncinir. i-amn i iH-riiiunncuis ,imi.i t;. ,v old. .MBRinir searcn nir nim uimutu mu ......,,.. h .j.,. Tiinn-. nml SiiDncm nr.liloJ. Oyttrs uml lUk atiTCd fut Sui)- ier. a few moments litter taKcn irum ma water. STavc for ilio ISoiuirt Trip, ne JBollar. 3 SUNDAYS will lenve Ilaco Street Wharf at JMA. M.-Ea p.a A llro.iil OiiiiiroMcain HallrunUwIil convey pusacnircrs to Capo Island In 8 minutes. Tickets lor Jlo at all liallroad Station. Ju.s.W8 The Be...

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 August 1879

.Advertising Rates. Wo dcsir It lo be distinctly understood lhal no advertisements will ho inserted In Jitfcolumnsof TiibCabdoh Adtooatb that may bo received from unknown parties or firms- unless accompanied by tno cash. Tho follovrjrjgjBro our osvr terms I OSItaOuAnK (10 LINKS), One year, each Insertion., . 10 cts. bi. ,nMii,.. rarli Insertion IScU. Threo months, onclt insertion 20 cts. Less than three months, first insertion $1 each subsequent intcrlioii 2j cts, Jx?al1noliccj'40 cents iper line, if im, VntOUTimiEK, Publisher. CARDS, Uool mill shoo Mutters. JlilltonTlretney, in Ltran't building. Ilmik .treet, MlardcrtfiramptlylLUcd-- wor warranted. Attorneys. JOHN KI1NK, ATTORNEY at law. Oflleoi Corner Bntqioliannannanaco streets m 'a u cu &a u sK,r. juiyr-iy johs . iti:ii roLi'r n:, ATTOUNItT AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Offlco i Eocm 2. around Moor Mansion Homo . - . 1 MUJ'MI CHUNK, PA. Mov Bo rnn.il ed mi Perm .n. maiis 1 ITit5i.hxo hT iti: frr, . ATrnas&v AT LAW J tf , - Levn...

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 August 1879

II. V. MORTIIIMKR, . . . EDITOR LEIII01ITON, PA,I SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1879. Democratic Ticket. IOII STATE TRKASUnEtt, DANIKIi 0. DAItn, of Alloglieiij. Republican Ticket. fOR STAIR TREASURER, 8AMUKL HUTLER, of Cheater. OUlTUAtiV. The Bight Rev. William Henry Oden heliner, D. D., Bishop of Northern New Jersey, died Friday afternoon of last week, about 3 o'clock, in Burlington New Jereey, He was born Aug. Il,18l7,in Philadelphia, His father, John Odenlielmcr, was a mcr- chant In that city. Tlio eon, nt tho ago of 19 years, was graduated from the Unlversi, ly of Pennsylvania, delivering tho valedic tory. Ho Immediately became a candidate for holy orders, and entered tho General Theological Seminary of New York, from which ho was graduated at the ago of 22. At this time ho wa3 ordained deacon by Bishop Ondcrdouk of Pennsylvania, and he was made assistant to tho Rev. Dr. Do Lancy, rector of St. ruler's Church, Philadelphia Six months later Dr. Do Laucy was mode Bishop of Western New Yor...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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