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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 23 August 1879

II. SlBWISUS, DIsTltlor ATTOTINRY A COUNSEtLOn AT I, AW. Office, Kloti's unilnlng fliodnway, MAUCIIOIIUNK. VA Motlllnir Estates, Filing Accounts Hud Orphans Conn rrnotico n specialty ... , Trial ol tinnses cnrotnliv attended la Lerral transactions In Kd jtnnli una Ocrninn. Jnn . THIS PAPER. mm- bo form on file at OEO. nnwniiii A errs News- paper AAmiMn limcnn, 10 jn nee 'rejj, where AIIVBUTISINO CON Ijpilj VflPft TRACTS mar bo nmdo lor It In lUMIlUlUVi nmenn, 10 en nee fjirfft. SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1870. Local and Personal. TO SUIISCIlIHE'tS. Subscribers to the Cabbon Advocatk will take special notlco that our terms ore one dollar a year etricily In advance, If not so paid $1.25 will bo charged In every Instance. Subscribers getting Ihoirtiapcrs by mall will refer to tho direction tabs tin their papers nnd noto tlio date, and remit accordingly. Tho rackcrton schools opened on lion- . day last. Chow Jacksok's Best Sweet Navy To bacco. Parties going west can get tlckcU from Bert. Scab...

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 August 1879

FARMERS' COLUMN. FAIlMEUS' VlVi:s. Ladles should cultlvnto flowers as an In vigorating nnd healthful excrolse, both' for the health of themselves and also for their children. The desire torrralte one's homo attractive and pleasant is prominent In the mind of every right thinking person, not merely lor his or her own cnjorment,.but more lor the Hike, of their children. lmna before a boy or elrl Is able to do farm work they could bo helping their la ther or mother in the kitchen or ffowcr gar den A n general thing, when you ask a farm Usiily JExeoi'SMDia g Cape Iffay AND RETURN THE SAME DAY. Thb Famotb. M anmoth, Thbek-Ukcic Steamer " JIEPUDMC," leaves Uace St. "Wharf Kt7Vi A. M arrlvinu at uape may bisoih ur. flu jMinrning, leaves uiipo mux v P. M . iilvlnir ainole time for batilna:or ft tlnvo on the beach, A full ll.oss Hand and Or. flheiini Mn.in rur linnRlnir. Vnrlnr KnttrtAlnments-varied weekly. Luncheons nnd lie- froshmcntsln abundance. Dinners ann Burners pr.viueu,, uystera ann...

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 August 1879

The Carbon Advocate. And Independent Family Newspaper Tublishcd every SATURDAY, In Leliighton, Carbon Co., To., by HAItltV V. ItlOltTHIjriEK. OrriCE-II A. Sit WAV, a short dlstauce above the Lehigh Valley R. R. Depot. Terms: $1.00 rer Annum in Advauce. EVEttr DEscnirrioM or rLiis add fakci JoId Printing at visifv low rmoEs. 1 n ho columns of Tim Cabbos Advooatk tha1 may bo received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by tho rusn, The following aro our ouli terms i ONE SQUAKK (10 USES), One year, each insertion 10 cts. Six months, each insertion 15 cts, Tlirco months, each Insertion 20 cts, Less than three months, first insertion $1 ) each subsequent insertion 25 cts, Local notices 10 cents icr line. II. V. MORT1IIMER, Publisher. H. V. MoKTuntEK, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT-" Live and Let Live." SI. 00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. VII., No 40. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1879. If not paid in advance, $1.25. Advertising Rates. We dcsir 11 to bo dist...

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 August 1879

II. V. MOItTHlMllll, f.KKIClllTON, PA.! SATURDAY,. AtrOUSr S0f 1878 Democratic Ticket. FOR- STATU THr.ASUHtB, DANIEL 0. BARR, of Allegheny llepublican Ticket. FOn STATE TRXASUMin, SAMUEIs BUTLER, of Chester. carefully guard against anything of that It Is not merely a person soliciting, but the person agreeing to receive or actual- EDITOR ly receiving, that ought to be held up to public scorn and contempt by being Indict ed In the Criminal Court." The Judge then, quoted the constitutional provisions against bribery and the law In pursuance thereof, and saldi Any open address, persuasion, or coaxing woulclnot come within the act, but tho moment any office, money,, nrticje ol value, or promlso of advantages Is offered, It brings the act within tho statute. In or der to moke the oflctico charged hoto you have only to inquire was there an offer or endeavor to Influence any member of tho Legislature by offering or promising them money, promising them anything of value, premising tUcm any ...

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 August 1879

JJ IU SlKlVBUS, UlSTUICff ATTdftEf ft COUNSF.-tOft AT LAW. Office, Kloli'd tlnilulnt tliodawa-, MAUUII CHUNK. V iettlln instates. Flllni Accounts una orphEHs Court rrnotice n specialty. . , Trldl ill Ontinos csrertill- attended ta I-fM Iraasdcllons In Knginh and German. Jail THIS rArbn r. nowK & co's New?- . Atl horA AnVRTlTISINU UU TilACTS tnnV be frr Ifc Itl 11JJ1I 1VIUM tote Uwitta BATUIUMIf, AUGUST SO, 1870. Local and Personal. ro sj1sckbeus. Substirlbcrs to tho Cahbox Advocatjs will lake special notice lliat our Icrtns are ono tfdilar a J-car sfricfy In advance, If not so jtaid $1.25 will lScliargccllh every insltincc. Btlbscribcrs gelling their tttlttrs by mall will rtiftfr to tho tAiittttlort labs till their papers ttml note the date, ntiil remit accordingly. f ho small boy is beginning to think ot going to Ethooli Tho Iron businesscontlnues to improve, ond prices stiffen. Reading last ycaf manufactured 48,000 barrels of malt'liquor. Chew JaCksos's Best Sweet Navy To bacc...

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 August 1879

FARMERS' COLUMN. Ilnrvintlns Uuclcvvliont. Buckwheat being easily grown, succeeding on jioorly prepared soil, giving a quick re turn, and geuerallyyiclcllnga remunerative harvest, Is a farurite crop witli inc.xpcr irnced farmers. Still It requires peculiar treatment In the harvesting, and tlioao who are not acquainted with It arc apt, to make mistakes. It requires cutting before it is fully matured) and its habit of llirowing out blossoms at the top until killed bv frost. Is Mil to mislead. When fiost Is expected, thecrop should be cut, and many Immature grains will become perfect in i few days during which It is drying In th field. Whenever tho lower branches are well loaded with ripo grains, It may bcculj this should be dono with tho cradle, and while tho stalks aro damp with dew or moist after a shower. Tho grains aro loose' ly attached to their stalks, and nro easily shaken off In tho cutting or raking, unless these aro carefully done. After tho swaths havo laid for a few days f...

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 September 1879

Advertising Rates. Wo ilesir it lo bo distinctly understood hat no advertisements will bo Inserted in lie columns of TiikOarbos Advooats that limy bo received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by tlio oabii. The following are our osi.y terms! our sqcAim (10 li.ses), One year, each insertion 10 cts. Bix months, each insertion 16 cts. Three months, each insertion 20 cts. Loss than three months, first Insertion $1 ) each subsequent insertion 25 cts. Local notices lu cents per lino. II. V. MOIIT1UMEK, Publisher. The Carbon Advocate. And Independent Fa mil? fevjopcr Published every SATURDAY, iu Leliighton, Carbon Co.,1'0., by HAItltY V. i-UOKTIIlMEIC. OfTicc-riAVKWAY, a short dlslauce above the Lehigh Valley R. R. Depot. Terns: $1.00 per Aunnm in Aflyaiice. evert rjr.6cnrrTio!t or ru ash takct J ob 3? ri 23. ting AT VIJUV LOW I'ttlCCS. H. V. MoRTnninB, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." 1.00 a Year if Paid hi Advance. VOL. VII., No 41. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, P...

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 September 1879

11. V. M0HT11IMHK, LKIIIOIITON, I'A.l SATURDAY. B.' I'TEMIIEII 0, 1670. Democratic Ticket. STATIC roil STATE TltKASCnERi DANIEL' 0: BAHTt, of Allegheny, cou.vrv. rrothonotnry, OEO. W. LSSlin, of Jlauch Chunk. ' Sheriff, PAUL, KRESUE, of Towaracnrlng. Coroner, OIIAS. W. LiKNTZ, of Wctssport. Jury Commissioner, DENNIS OALLAUHLli, of Lansford. County Surveyor, rtENKY HOY Ell, of Wclstport. ' Republican Ticket. TO!! STATE TREASURER, SAMUEIj- DUTLER, of Chester. The public debt statement for August shows a decroaso of 3,627,395. The total transactions of the Money Or eler Division of tho Post office for the year ending June 30, 1870, amounted to $110,-105, 004, an increase on those of tho previous year of 47,005,033. Wo have it from good authority that our young friend J. F. Krcssly,Esq., now clerk ing in the Blaksleo store, at Weathcrly, will bo a candidate before tho coming Republi can County Convention for the nomination of Prothonotary. Mr. K was during tho war a member of tho "Irish...

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 September 1879

gl It. SlttWKUS, DISTIIIO T ATTOllNRV COUNBELLOll AT LAW, Office, Kloti's llnilninu utoilnway. MAUUIt CHUNK, TA Mottling Tlstatrs, Fllltia Accounts and Oriilians Court lTnottco n specialty. . Trial of ntnos carpltilir attended ta I.CKnl transactions In Kmimh nu'l Ucriumi. jnnv. linnet TtHlYPD mv i (mlnd 0,1 flle ono- THIS "AfhK I'. IIOWKM. A CO'S New;, iiaiicr Advenl'inir imiean, 10 r-p nco Mrjjt, where A nVKHTIbt NQ CON VpW VflM TRACTS may bo ramie lor It In 1111 II IUIIUi SATUHDAY, SEfTUMDtn d, 18T9. Local and Personal. to simscuii3"s. Subscribers to tlio CAtiitox Advocate will lako special notlro Hint nur terms nro one dollar n year sfnrtty in ndvanoe, if not so paid $1.25 will bo charged In every instance. Subscribers getting their craby mall will refer to the direction tabs on their papers nd noto the date, and remit accordingly. l-Tlie South Easton cotton mills have startwl up. Tho No. 3. furnaco nt Coplay, recently started up, continues to work well. Chew Jackson's Best Sw'ce...

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 September 1879

FARMERS' COLUMN. A I'ciiiisylvniiln t'rnlt I'nriu. The Erie (l'a.) Herald publishes the fol lowing concerning the fruit farm of Mr. A. Dallies, at GIranI, in that cwniily : "The largest, finest an J most proJuotlvo fruit fiirni In Erie county, in the SUitc, 1$ Hint of this article. Although this farm is only about three mllc3 from the beautiful borough of Olronl, I venluio to say that many persons in this township who oro admirers of rural b.muly, of thoice fruit have never seen it. Of the, 10.000 or 12.000 bearing fruit trees on these two hundred acres, 0,000 nroopplo trees 1,500 pear trees; 2,600 peach trees, and 500 quince trees) all of choico vurieties. When 1 visited the larm In June, the prospect for a fino yield of opples, pears and icac!ics was Haltering ; but the tevcro and protracted drought has caused much of the fruit to wither and fall. Mr. 15. has six acres of grapes, mostly Concords, although he grows C'alawbas, Isabellas, and other choico kinds to acconiinodato his c...

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 September 1879

tSm Advertising Rates, We 3eslr 11 to bo disilriiSlly understood liat no advertisements will bo Inserted In He columns of TiieOarbox Adtooatk tlmt Inay bo received from unkribwn parties or firms unloss accompanied by tho cash. Tlio following ardour only terms i oxn s4uark (10 Lists), J)ne year, each Insertion 10 els. Blx months, each inecrtion...;:i 15 eta. Throo months, each Insertion.;:; 20 els. Less than three months; first Insertion $1) each subsequent Insertion 25cts. Local notices 10 cents per lllie. It. V. MORTHlMElls rublishcr. The Carbon Advocate". And Independent Family Newppnrel Published every SATURDAY in ltchighton, Carbnii Co., Pa., by ii.iiutv v. .-tiUTinpii:it. Ornra-nAITltWAY, a abort distance obov the Lehigh Valley R. R. Depot. Terms ! $1.00 per Ahtinin in Aarancii EVBnr DrscniMioMori'tmAaD mkct J" oh j?i?iiiting AT VERY LOW PRIOE8. 11 i i i H. v. MoRtniMER, ProPriof,or. tNDEPElTDBITT " LiVe and Let Live." $i;00 a Year if Pnid in AdVanco. VOL. VIL, No 42. LEIIIGIIT...

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 September 1879

it. r. MdminMHH, liDiion MJIIIUIITON, I'A.: S A Witt) AY. SEPTEMBER 13; 1878. Democratic Ticket. STATU. ran btatf. TnnAscnnu, DANIEL 0. HAnn, of Alleglicny. COUNTY. Prothonotnry, GEO. W. ESSi:itrof Mauch Chunk, Sheriff, PAUL KHLSCiE, of Toivamcnslng. Coroner, OIIAS. W. LBNTZ, of Wclssport. Jury Commissioner, DENNIS' aALLAUHEll, of Lonsroril. County Surveyor, 11 UN It X U()EKrof WolMport. Republican Ticket. von statu TUZAsiT.nn, SAMUEL BUTLEIl, of Che.'.cr. COIINTV. I'lothonolary, SAMUEL A. WEltll, Summit Hill. Shi-rlir, TJtOS. KOONS, LehlBhtoiu Coroner, D. VT. STHAU1', I Towamcnsing. County Survoyor, UKNNlSj UOYVMAN, Purryvltle. Jury Commissioner, J. O. EAUIK, Wcatlicrly. The KcmiMiems met in county Con volition Inst Wednesday nml ratified tho nomination of Thos. Koons for Sheriff and Capt. Wulir for l'rothonotary as agreed ujion Saturday previous. Comments on theso nominations ni'o entirely unnecessary. See proccodinjs in another eoluinn. It may not lo geuerally known among our rea...

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 September 1879

JJJ It. 81KWI5US, DlaTlltOT ATTOllNKY A COUKBI'LLOn AT LAW. Office, Klots's llnilninji Olotlawoy, MAUCIIOI1UNK, 1A bottling Estates, Filing Accounts and Orphans Court Practice n specialty. Trial ol tinmo earetuliv attended to Muni transactions In lingual! anil German. J"1' Wit toton gtaroto. S ATUIIDA.Y, 8EPTEMDCK 13, 1870. Local and Personal. To stinscinnKits. Subscribers to tbo CAnnox Advocatr will tako special notico that our terms arc 0110 dollar a year strictly In advance, if Hot so paid $1.25 will bo charged In every instance. Subscribers getting their papers by mall will refer to the direction tabs on tlicir papers and note tho dale, and remit accordingly. This is the time to ndvcrtlso full goods. Chow Jackson's Best Sweet Navy To bacco. 7-50. Kutztnwn is exercised over tho appear ance on her streets at night of a tall woman In black. Trust not a horse's heel, nor a dog's tooth, neither a man who sayslic'll pay you on Saturday. Tho employees' wages at Schwoycr & Co.'s ore...

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 September 1879

FARMERS' COLUMN, when to skim Mint. Tho Xew England Farmer replies lo the inquiries of a correspondent, wlicn Is the proper time, to Bklm milk, nnd whether it is hIwbvs desirable to remove tho cream while tho milk is sweet. Now, this Is n difficult question to answer in a few words, partly heeause there are so innnv other conditions connected with hutlcr-lnaklBg all of which may have an important bearing on theques' tlon. Under certain conditions wo would prefer to have cream sour when taken from tho milk, or certainly very Boon afterward. 'f hero Is probably no' month In the year when dairymen aro bo much annoyed by had behavior tn cream as in November, and lit a time too, when tho milk may ba kept nn indefinito length of time without souring. Wo might answer that when tho milk In clincs la keep sweet for a lone; time, we would prefer to have the conditions changed so that it should Bour, and when it sours too readily, wo should endoavor to keep sweet. In July and August, milk set ...

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. — 20 September 1879

Advertising Rates, Wo dcair It to bo distinctly Understood hat no advertisements wilt be Insetted In tie columns of Tnit CarBoh AdvocatB tlm1 Inay bo received from unknown parties or firms-Unless accompanied by tho tusn, the following ere our only terms I ' OMR sqUlKK (10 LlNCa), One year, each Insertion..,, ,i 10 cts. blx months, each insertion,.,. , 16 eta. Tlirco months) each insertion m, 20 cts, Lets lhan three months, first I nsertlon $1) each subsequent Insertion....,,, 25 cts, .Local noiicCs,,lu Cents icr line. . tVt u V, Morthimer, rablisiic CARDS, nnnt mill Hlinn nffatiet-.. 4llhtonOretney,fn Leran'l building. Hank street. All oratrt promptly Mlea worfc warranted Attorneys. CAMi K. UILIIAM, K'r ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE!. 2nd Story. 1st door above "Carbon House," BANK Street, LKlllOHTON, PENN'A. Collections and all other lie Rat business en. trusted to me win receive prompt nutnuun. August 10 1879-yl JOHN KLINE, , ATTORNEY. AT UW, Office i Corner Susquehanna nhd Race streets ...

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. — 20 September 1879

ii, r. MtiiiTmMnn, EDITOR LStltOIITON, IM.r BATURDAYiBFITEMffiEn 2071870. Democratic Ticket. STATU. FOR 8TATK TKRtSVRKII, DANIEL 0. BARE, of Allegheny. cou.vrv Prothonotary,- OEO. W. ESSEllrof Mauch Chunk. sheriff,. PAUL, KRESOE, or Towamonstng. Coroner, OHAS. VT. LENTZ, of Wclssport. Jury Commissioner, DENNIS- OAI.LAUHEn, of Lansford. County Surveyor, 1IUMIIT HOY EH, of Welssport. Republican Ticket. FOR STATE TR7ASCRRR, SAMUEL BUTLER, of Chester. COUNTY. Prothonotary, SAMUEL A. WEIIH. Summit Hill. Sheriff, TltOS. KOONS, Lehlghton. Coroner, 1). W. STIIAUP, L. Towauienslng. County Surveyor, IIENNI& UllWMAN, rarryvlllc. Jury Commissioner, J. O. E All It', W either ly. Senators Vance and Saulabury, of tho eiib-coiiimitlee of the Senate Committee on Trivllegcs end Elections, left Washington Tuesday for Topelia, Kansas, where they are to investigate the charges of bribery made against Senator Ingalls. Senator Lo gan will join the other members of the Com mittee on their wny tn Kansas...

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. — 20 September 1879

m'l mi In mi i . i i ,i itw jj it. siimVfcmst Olslfllltjf ATTC-hNEY COUNStSIitbh AT LAW, Officii, ICIoli'a Umlnlnn: tit win war, MATJCItmiUNK, PA Settllrur Estates, Finns Account ahU Orphans Conn rrnctico a spcclaltr,, , , Trial nf caue transactions In KHiritsh and German caiemnv nucnncn ia uirai Jnii 8. mnfo Mtjt!?) miy 1 'nt"l on file at OEO. lllll) I illM 1'. itb.WRLI. A CO'a News paper. Anycm-inT Itntenq, to hnion where ADVEUTISINO CON TilACTR mar bo mado ft)? It lit SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,i879. Local and Personal. Subscribers to Iho Carbon AdvooAtr will lake special notice that Mir terms are ono dollar a year ttrtctly Irt ttdvnhW) If not so Itald $1.25 will bo charged irt cVCry instance. Subscribers getting Ihclr papers by mall will refer to the direction labs on their papers and note the date, and remit accordingly. The pubiic schools at Gaston opened with 1023 scholars. Milliners say that felt and beaver bon hcts will be worn next winter. Chew Jackson's Bust Sweet Navy To bac...

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. — 20 September 1879

FARMERS' COLUMN. Illllta to roimrj-riirectlerx, A correspondent of tlio MussnclrirsctU Ploughman writes some good liinlg nbouttbo management of poultry to auswor to an ar ticle on that subject I "Firet, you say, if eggs in winter are want ed, the light Brahma or while Cochin! is best for that purjiosc. An experience often years with fowls of different breeds has not brought about such a conclusion With roe I keep fowls for the eggs black Spanish, white and brown Leghorns and have no trouble about their laying in winter. I find as much trouble in keeping fowls cold in sum mer as I do in keeping them warm in winter. 1 keep Brohmas for hatching. They dis count nil other breeds In that lino of bus!" ness, and their motherly qualities are with (rut a rival. I find the expense of food for twenty black Spanish, white and brown Iveghorns, to bo the same as that for fourteen Sraliluas. There is no question in my mind hut what tlio riymouth Kock excels all others when brought upon the table a...

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. — 27 September 1879

Advertising Rates. Wo desir It to lio distinctly understood hat no advertisements will bo Inserted In lie columns of ThkCarbok Advocate tha may bo received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by mo cAsn. Tho following are our osly terms I OXK SQUAW! (10 lines), One year, each Insertion 10 cts. Bix months, cadi Insertion I cts. Thrco months, each insertion ... - Less tlian three months, nrai insertion i . nnxh aiihscnucnt Insertion 25 cts. Local notice 1U cents per line. II.. V. MOIITHIMER, Tubllslier. CARDS, n.n tlinfi nrnkcri. Mntonltretney.to Levant building. Hunk -treflt. Attorneys. QAM. It. UILIIAM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE : -nd Story. 1st door above "Carbon House," DANK Street, LKHIQHTON, I'ENN'A. Collections and all other Legal business en- trustoil to me win r."i August 18 1879-yt JOHN KLINE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OBcot Corner fiusg.'iehanna and Race streets JOHN I). UUUrOLHTTE, .AmnniHT ism f!ntiNf,ELLOIl AT LAW, loth Office t lloom 2. around 1'loor Mnnslou HoufO. Jt...

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. — 27 September 1879

a. v. mohtiiiuuk, MliliailTON. l'A.t SATURDAY. S?rrlIDEIl 27, 1879. It i's rumored tliat Dentils Kearney will coino East In n few weeks "to help Ihe wotklngmen to elect their ticket" In Kew I.D1TOU York, and Hint uo will visit ltropa to- "study tho condition of labor" and tee Garibaldi. Democratic Ticket. trvxvjs. tan statu TnnxsuitKR, DANIKL 0. BATtn, of Allegheny. COUV1X 1'rothonolary, OHO, tV, KSSEli, of Mauch Chunk. simtiir, I'AUIi KUliSUK, of Tuwamcnslnir. Coroner, OHAS. W. LKNTSS, or Wclssport. Jury Commissioner, DHXNIS UAMjAOUUU, of LamforJ. County Surveyor, HENRY IHIYEK, of Wolssport. -Tlio steamer Amazonc9o,lSC0 tons bur den, tho first of a new line between Norfolk Vn., and Liverpool, arrived at Norfidk on Sunday. She will take n full cargo of cot ton to Ijtvcrpool. Tho lino has been estab lished by nn English cotton firm. the road up Mont Royal being so "clrcumlo cutlous like," and Invariably replied to tlio questionings of tlio feminine portion of our party with arcspoctr...

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