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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 20 June 1874

IS E.lltornn.l Proprietor. M.xmMWMJM. JJJijyj jl jui.m. w -HJ.. mam. W Jh One Dollar a War In A1vnnrc. VOL. II., No. 31. LEH1GIIT0M, CAltBON COUNTY, PEN'N'A, SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 20. 1874 SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS Lehighton Directory- Agent. W.O.rredlrlfl, Singer Hewing Machine and In. ' wencensxt to B. H. Snyder's, Bank street. llarber, B. B. W1DD03, Shattvg, Hair CuUingand Siam T-paofag, under Kxrhanite Hotel, Bank street, lloot nnil Shoe IllaUera. Charles Yenser. nearly opimtite the yoiKce, Bank street; alio, dealer in OMTatunyry. Clinton Bretney, in Levant OuMing, Hank i street. Morderl promptly filled-work warranted. Confectioners. Hausman A Rutins, oprlieOberts .tore, Bank treat. Allordtritrmiay fiUed- . Dry Goods anil Orocerlea. 7 It 1 onYoM). L. A S. Depot, Iiauk at. .( fer m Groceries. OuectuuwK, CUrjiell, Oil K lifter. Bank Uriel, fry 'VA"'"'' Or lice ami Medicines. A J Durllm! hr.t door above V. ; Vk ',t,xU A,OiU"X Rrfumer,,, latent iledicinee, dc. Hardware. P P Bemroe...

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 June 1874

H. V. MOIlTIlIMKIt KDITOll. LKUIQIrTON, 1'A.i SATURDAY MOliNINI! JUNE 20, 1871. "How much longer nru wo lobe rob bed?" Iiidlgnnntly asks n recalcitrant Radical newspaper. Wliy, uiilll you haven't got nnj thing morn to lit; tubbed of, unless you bead off tbo tlitevea by putting an honest party In power. Al lentown Democrat. Just so. But where In tbo name of all that Is good nreyougolng to find tbo "honest party," to put In powci? Senator Sherman In tbo Sonata Tues day managed to have n amendment put on tho Post Office Appioprlatlon bill, requiring publishers ot newspapers to prepay postage on their circulation sent through tho wall at tbo rate of four cents per pound. The highest rate the Fosyiiastcr-Gcneral recomended was a cent and a half per ppiind. Tho only explanation for thlscxtraordlnary course Is tbo exceeding great nnxioty of Sena tors to get oven with the newspapers. Not content to provide tho day previ ous a bill to persecute them In the courts, they now propose to levy an...

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 June 1874

Advertising Itntcs. lit deatra It to t distinctly understood tht no Adwtlsements will be Inserted In tta columns of Tni CAtBON Adtocti tht may be rewired from unknown parlies or firms, unless necompanled with the Cl. The following re oor omr Urm I Advertisements for 1 year, per Inch each Insertion 10 Centr. " Blr Monthi. per4nebeh InMrtlon ISCeuts. " Three Month, ' " 20 Cents. Lees Ibao thrwmontlis, flrstlnser. Hon $1) etch subsequent tnrtlon 54 Cents. II. V. MOUTH UlKJl, ruMaher. Jt n. B1BWBIM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFfICE 0 round Floorln thenewaddl.'lonof the Mansion House, Mauch Chunk, Pa. Business transacted In English and Oerman. Collections psotnply made and Conveyancing neatly done. Settlement of, Estates, Proving Willi, ob UeatngLatleriofAdmlrJstratlon.FIIIng Accounts, and Orphans' Court Practice carefully attended to. Licenses, Charters and Incorporations procured, mod Cdmjnal Casea made a specialty to (&mbm &vmte SATURDAY MOHNINO. JUNE 20. 1S74. Local and Personal. Spec...

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 June 1874

"WIS Asm! Our Is the latit ftiul rncle-t work by Harriet BeecherStowe Author of "Uncle Tom' Cabin." "The Minister's Wooing," "My Wife and I," nnd other powerful stories, each the literary sensation of Its period; and till story promhes a Ilka genuine nml wholesome sensation. It bears di rectly on social tor lc of Interest, cm bracing the romanco of youthful com panionships, the brightness of happy lioine-llle, tlia spicy complications of neighborhood associations, and such follies and profound domvstlc miseries as have led to the widespread Temper ance movement of the day. Mrs. Stout. Is now in thn prime of thatgeulus which wrote"Uncle Tom's" ripened by years of study and observa tion. Her novels are Immensi ly popu lar, "Uncle Tom's Cabin" alone out selling by hundreds of thousands nny cdlt'on of any oriulnal work ever pub lished savu the Dibit. Her bonk two years'ago, "Jy wife and I," outsold every couteinpoiary. Such a pure and ennobling story as "We ami Our Neigh bors" bhou'd 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. — 27 June 1874

II III IMWj n u. v. moKTuiamu; Editor and Proprietor. Ono Oollnr n Yonr In Alvanc0 VOL. II., No. 32. LEI110I1TON, CARBON COUNTY, PEWA, SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 27, 1874 SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS Jjehighton, Directory. tW-jri,1frl'l Singer JkKHnff Machine and Jn FAtrhnte,Mt ; to K H.'Sjitdtr'n, Hank at reft rH. pJwJDTJOS, ittpgi lUxr Ctdtingand Skam r, - yifwy, umier-ivjfcrnwngw hum-i, hhiir inrrw Doot and mi or Mnkrri. 3hli! Yeuwr, nearly ypotU Vtt post-office, Bank alnrat: alio.deaUr tn Omfectionerv. Clinton Bratney, fit Lenin's budding, Uatik street. All orders promptly juiea-wtirie uhirramea. Confectioner. jHauiman fc Kubns, cippuftlit- OLert'i store, Bank street. All orders prvnipuy jwea, Tlrv flnAila and Grocrrle- H, Long, ojip. L, A S. Depot, Hank dealer in Hardware, tyutensware, Ladies Dress Good, dt. II. A, Hells, LeUCKti 8 UlOf K HSDK SI., iry u-Jr, Groceries. Oiueniware. Gxrvets. Vl CVth f CV.I K, II. 8nydy,M"nk street, AVry (footl', Mums, Drug! aitd JSIcillclnr. sA.J Durll...

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 June 1874

DlllTOIt. lXHIOIITON, PA.: BATUMUY MOItMKU JUNK Both houses ot Congreis adjourned slue die, at 0 p. m., on Tuesday last. Mrf. Cara.Tun, wife ot tlio Hon. f, Cameron, died In Harrlsburg, Pa., on Friday innrnlng last, Juno 19th, and tho fuucrul took place ou Monday after noon. Tlio President lias blgued tlio Cur. reney bill reported from tlio last com mittee of conference, nnd It Ins there foro become, law. Under this bill nil the Western and Southern Elates and Ter litorles, with the exception of Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming, will be. entitl ed to oddlilonal calculation. Indiana will bo entitle 1 to about &,800,000, Ohio to about $0,000,000. Minnesota i 000,000, nnd Nebraska $300,000. The other Western and Southern States will bo entitled to much larger nmounlB. Several new banks hnvo already been uuthoilzul to commence business. A Florence jouiual saye tlio Pope lias been presented with a copy of the ad dress sent from tlio United States to Arch bishop Ledochwlskl, of Poscn. 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. — 27 June 1874

Advertising Rates. We desire It to be distinctly understood that n0 AdTertlsementi will be Inserted In the colamm of Uni Ca&BOft Adtooatb that mi; be received from unknown parties or firms, unless accompanied with the Cain. The ftllowlng are our oklt Icron : Advertisements for 1 year, pr Inch each desertion, .... .10 Cents. 41 Fix Months, per inoheaeh Insertion tft Cents. " Three Monthe, " " ' 2U Cents. Less thanlbreemontlHi,Vatlnser- tlon fd, each subsequent insertion 56 Cents. II. V. MOKTimiKIt, Publisher. JJ 11. BlOWKat, ATKMINKT AT LAW, OFFICE! Ground Floor In the new add! Ion of the Mansion House, Jtauch Chunk, Pa. HuMneas tranaacted la .EojIUk and German. OrHlectlonj tpromply made and Conveyancing neatly done. 49 Settlement of Estates, Prosing WJU", ob talnlog Letierfof Administration. Filing Aecunts, ,and Orphans' Courtii-artleerarefuUy attended to Licenses, Charters aost Xoeorjiaratkica proeaired, iftnd Crlmloal Cases made enorlaltjr. It (Snxfon gfltwate. SATUIIDAV MUIIN...

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. — 27 June 1874

I'nrnprapliic. .New York prolilUIHontxts think Hint, they can muster 4,000 voles next fall. It 1ms been observed that auilhm old bachelors alwaj a speak of a baby us "It." "He handled Ills pnn carelessly, and put on his anjiel pliiumm'," is tho latest WMcrn obituary notice. ItaU.ic raid any man can marry any women, anil we believe It since a pretty girl In Springfield, Ohio, iniirilcd a man named I'opcuck. "What kind" nf sasaee Is lliem?" .qucrieci an old lady of the young nmn of literature and pcnuUlH, at Im passed through the train telling bananas. Collliw Giaves, who rode 60 fast down the Mill Itlver, valley to warn thr people of iippioachlng dancer, Usald tu be the .first mllkuiau who over rati away from water. If there s one time, mnre, than ano ther when a women should be entirely alone it Is whin n line lull ot cluthes conies down In the mud. Hashed Is the latest and most praphle way of baying that a man has been run over by a locouiotivo and ten or til teen cars. .It Is sald...

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. — 4 July 1874

II, V. MOUTH I Mi: K. Editor nud Proprietor. T Kit MS; Voar In Advance VOL. IIV No. 33. LEIIIGIITON, OARRON COUXTV, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1874 SINGLE COPIES, THREE GENTS Lehighton Directory. A grill. VV.O.Frellrlfl, Singer towing Machine and In ' uran,nexttoK. It, Snvder's, Hank street, Uarlier, II. II. WIDDOS, Storing, Hair Calling and Siam pooi'ng, under Hchanire Hotel. Hink slreet. Iloot nml Slior (llnlirr. Charlea Yeuwr. nearly nfifminV l (ul-!i, Hank street; also,dealer in UmttiioiiT. Clinton Hretney, in itmn'l budding, Hank street. .4U orderi prvmpltyjllledwurk warranted. Confectioners. Ilausman 6 Kubi.s, o poslie Ol erfs tcre, Bmk street. All orders prnttlptly .Mm. Ury Gootls nml io!rlm. 7.. It. Ltmtr, opp. I- A S.' Deit, '""k ',.''", r .' WoWwure, Ouwrnicanr, Luuim Press imui, im.. II. A.UelU, l.e..tk.l's Hick. Ilank bt, ry Groceries, Queensware. CUrif, Oil aMs d Out E. II, Snider, llxuk street, 'rjf , Arfiwir, nr. Bomn. groceries, Quemsware, Hard ware, dc. Drugs...

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. — 4 July 1874

wlilto nauzo around thcinlilnlglit moon; portlng In ltio cataract; sleeping. 1" glacier; dancing In tlio lmll shower; folding its bright curtains softly nrounu tho wintry world, and weaving tlio runny-colored ltls, that seraph's zouo of the nlr, whoso wrap Is tlio rain drops ot tho cartli, and whoao woof Is tlio sun beams of heaven, all checkered over with tho celestial flowers of tho mystic hand of refraction that blessed llfo watcr. No poison bubbles on Its brink; Its foam brings not madness and mur der; no bloodstains Its liquid glass; palo widows and starving children weep not burnlim tears In Its depths! Speak out, my friends, would you exchange It for tho (lemon's drink", aicoiioiy A shout llko tho roar of tho tempest, answered: "No!" II. V. MORIHIMCIl, HDlTOlt. LCIIiailTOX, 1'A.l SATURDAY MOKNINO JULY 4, 1871. School Hoard and Teachers. FromJwhaVwo havcbccn'nbloto learn during Uio patt few days, It appears to .UB'.tbat apportion of tho most intelligent (?)' roembers of our Sc...

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. — 4 July 1874

Advertising Rales. W desire It to be distinctly understood that no Adf erttwments will be Inserted In the columns of Tu Cubon AsTOClti that mtj bo recelted from unknown parties or firms, unless accompanied with lis dsn. The following are our miT terms i Jadrertlsements for 1 year, per loch each Insertion. . 0. . .JO Cents. " PU Months. per lneheach Insertion 15 Cents. ' Three Months, " " " 20 Cents. ' Less than three months, flrstlnser- t!on$l, each subsequent Insertion 23 Cents. II. V. MORTIIIMER, Pnllliher. II. BiEivnns, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE I Ground Floor In the new addition of the Mansion House, llauch Chunk, Pa. Dnslners transacted In ngllsh and German. Collections promply made and Oonrejanclng neatly done. - Settlement of Estates, rroilng Wills, ob talnlDgtettersofAdmlntratIon,Flllng Accounts, and Orphans Court Practice carefully at tendod to Licenses, Charters and Incorporations procured, stud Criminal Cases made a specialty. SATURDAY MOKN1KQ, JULY 4, 8?, 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. — 4 July 1874

4 IIUMOKOUS. A great floor manager A broom. Dress paiadc A fashionable wed ding. The head of navigation A ship cap tain. Practical crcmatlonlsts: The Jfexlcan witch-burners. What can a man have. In his pocket when Its empty? A big hole. Cremation by sun process Is to bo tho name, for sunstiokc, this summer. No wonder IhntcgolMsflnri tho world bo ugly. They only see lliem-elvea In It. On week-days buy jour music by Iho sheet. On Sundays you can lavo it by the choir, Births are being announced as "Onr Young Folks for July," In tho Turuer 1'nlls, Muss, licpoiter. "Lilly Dale," of whom poets havo so charmingly mug, languishes In a Chicago housu of coriectlon. "We patronize tliosi)' who patronize us," Is tho motto over the ZlmisWIIe, 1ml., Times advertising columns. , Thco are the days when ono liears Iho pliancy phariuer philosophizing over his phosphates and phertlllzers. Dr. Francis snjs that an old maid never looks at a double bedstead with out sighing. An earning old gent. If a rail...

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. — 11 July 1874

VOL. II., No. 34. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1874. SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS Lehighton Directory. Agent. W. 0. Frellrlcl, Singer Hewing Machine and In linnet, next to K. II. Snyder's, Hank street. Barber, II. D. WIDDOS, Sating, Hair CuUtngand Sham porting, under Exchange Hotel, Uattk street. Boot aud Shoe Makers'. Charles Yenser, nearly oppotiu Uie pottrofftoc, Bank street) alto, dealer in CbnKtiorury. Clinton Bretney, in Levarii luBatng, Bank street. All order! promptly filUd-aork warranted. Confectioner!. Ususman A Kuhn, opposite Obett'i "tore, Bank street. All vrderl promptly filltd. Dry Good! and Groceries. , V.. II. Long, opp. L. A S. Depot, Bank St., dealer in Hardware, Queentware, Ladiet' Drill Goodt, tCc. 11. A. Bolts, Leuckel's Block, Bank UVry Goodt. Omtria, Quanmare, Oarpelt, Oil OothttOal E. II. Bnyder, Bank atreet, Dry Ooodi, botumi, Drtu Goodt, Groceriet, Queentwart, Hardware,. A.J Darling, Brat door abore P. 0, Hank atreet, OUt, lxin...

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. — 11 July 1874

II. V. MOKTIIIMKR, EDITOR. LKIIIUIITO.V, I'A.: SATURDAY MOIININO JULY 11, .1874. Tlio "Advocate" ami tlio school Hoard. As will bo seen by a can), publish cd In another column In to-day's paper, nt least a portion of oar School Board tako exceptions to an articlo wo pub' lislied last week In regard to tho em ploymontof teachers for our schools, Wo hayo Inquired further in regard to tho matter In question, and find that our article was a Just and truthful statement of tho Inside workings of tho Board, tho card In to-day's paper.to tho contrary uotwlthstandlug. Wo havo no reason to doubt but that tho said articlo did misrepresent a portion of tho Board, for wq aro fully awaro that a minority of the Board nro decidedly dissatisfied with, Jho doings of what might Justly bo termed "tho Ring." Our only object Is to.see tho.causo of education advanc ed, not retarded, nor do wo think our articlo "calculated, to create an, impres sion injurious to tho causoof education.' Tho resolution conta...

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. — 11 July 1874

Advertising Rates. We desire It to be dUtlnctlr understood that no Advertisements will be Inserted In the columns of Tni OltuiON Adtocatb that may be received from unknown parties or firms, unless accompanied with the Cash. Tbe following axeonr obit terras i Advertisements for 1 year, ner Inch each . Insertion 10 Cents. " 8UMonths,perincheachlnsertion 16 Cents. xnree sionins, Kuuenis, T tban thruemonths. flrsttnaer- tlon $1, each subsequent insertion 25 Cents. II. V, MOnTIIIMEIt, Publisher, jg It.,SlEWEItS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE! Ground Floorln the new addition of the Mansion House, Jtaueh Chunk, Fa. Business transacted In English and German. Collections promply made and Conveyancing neatly done. 'S-Settlement ofRataies, Frovlng Wills, ob taining Letters of Admlnlstratlon,Flllng Accounts, nnd Orphans? Court i'ractlce caret nlly attended to Licenses, Chsrters and Incorporations procured, and Criminal Cases made a specialty. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1874. , Local and Personal. Spe...

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. — 11 July 1874

iiuitionoirs. -Effecting (tight Barrels In tiers. A spirited youth Ono dead drunk. A highly Intelligent dog the- typo Bettor. Look out for the comet Thereby hangs a tall, Only Philadelphia has "temperance doughnut parties." A Lebanon (ICy.) gent, In ardently gieutlug a loug-partcd wife, broke onu of hor ribs. . Parties going over tho ocean should bo warmly clothed. Tho Steamers aro always) coaled. It Is said that tho prettiest gtrl in Hnrrisburg Is a howspapcr carrier. Sno carries tliem'iu her bustle. Our advanced scholar comes In with tho suggestion that a tltlo-pago Is llko charity becauso It begins a tomo." A Troy paper,, wrltlng of tho lato Elder Knapp, speaks of Incidents "In tho early history of tho corpse" A party of men are digging for gold at Bridgeport. They'vo struck a rich vein of quartz but It's quarts of water. Tho Rochester Chroniclo offers three cents per pound for poetical contribu tions, aud writers aro not limited as to subjects. Josh .BIHIngs says, "Success don'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. — 18 July 1874

8fc aV II. V. MOIM'IISMUItr , Editor ami Proprietor. TURIIIS: One Etoilnr si Year In Advanc VOL. .II., Ho. 35. LEUIGIITON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1871. SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS Lenigliton Directory. Agent. "W. 0. Frodtrlct, Singer Hewing Machine and 7n ttiranee, next to.)'.. II. Snyder's, Hank street. Ilnrbcr, , It. IB. WIDDOS, Shaving, Hair Cutting and Sum pooing, under Exchange Hotel, Hank street. Jloot nml Slioo Makers.' Charles Yenscr, marly opposite the jMsl-offm, Bank street; also, dealer in Confectionery. Clinton llrctney, in leran's Milling, Bank street. All orders promptly filial iiyrk warranted. Confectioners. JIausman Kuhns, opposite OWrt's store, Bank street, Mlordersprmnptly filled. Dry Goods nml Groceries. Z. II. Long, op)i. I- A S. Bepot, Ilank St.. dealer in JIardware, Quecnsmarc, Ladiri Dress Goods, dx: II. A. Bolts, Leuckel's Block, Bank st.. Vnj Goals, Groceries, Quremware, Carpels, Oil CtoVis a mil E. II. Snsder, llnuk street, 'Dry Go...

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. — 18 July 1874

H. V. MOIUill.MKR, EDITOR. LKIIK1I1TON, VAi SATURDAY MORNING JUXY 18, 1874. American flour Is selling at Havana for 30 per barrel. TUo Fourth of July number of tho Irish World, which lms been sent us, is a most Interesting ""'1 at tlstlcally exo cuted double number of this leading Irish-American periodical. It Is largely devoted to nn Illustrated history of tho American Revolution and tho promin ent part taken in by the Irish element. Another Dam Bursts. By that strange fatality which sends calamities In groups, here within two mouths after tho Mill River disaster fol lows tho bursting of two moro reservoirs in Hie western Massachusetts hills and tho devastation of another thriving manufacturing valley, though fortunate ly tho misfortune Is of less extent than at Mill River, and unattended by its tragic circumstances. Tho reservoirs which burst on Sunday afternoon, July YM, were situated on Mlddlefleld brook, n lino mountain tributary to tho West. Held river, and reaching It at tho ...

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. — 18 July 1874

I Advertising Kates. We desire It to lie distinctly understood that no Advertisements will be Insetted in the columns of Thi Carbon Actociii that miy be received from unknown parties or flrmst unless accompanied with the dsn. The following are our oiar terms t Advertisements for 1 year, per Inch each insertion 10 Cents. " 81 Months, per lncheach Insertion 16 Cents. " Three Months, " " 20 Cents. " Less than threemonths, flrstlnser- tlon $1, each subsequent Insertion 54 Cents. II. V, MOKTIIIMER, Publisher. JjJ It. S1BWKRS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFIOKi Ground Floor In the new addition of the Mansion Ilovse, ilauch Chunk, Pa. Business transacted In English and German. Collections promplj made and Conveyancing neatly done. nr Settlement of Estates, ProTlng Wills, ob taining Letters of Admtnlstrallon.FIHng Accounts, and Orphans Court Fractlce carefullyattended to Licenses, Charters and Incorporation! procured, and Criminal Cases made a specialty. .8ATUB.DAV, MOItNINQ, JULY 18, 1874. Local and...

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. — 18 July 1874

. Ill Ml Wl I U.mA-UJJlJliaJlUUiJILM.L4l B. M 11UI 1 1UMWIIJJW1 MVomati Know; One folnt Illirtliaiilli Devil.' If you want ta.know bowtho natural bridgo was built across llio Jlynach river in Wales, this Is tlio true story: Onoo upon a timo an old woman had a cow that foil on tho Crom Torder mountain, and caino home night Md morning to do milked. Ono ovcnlns: sho did not come, and tho old lady, nnichtionblcd, went to fetch her. IVheO ' slid camo to where the Jlynach 'Hows between two high rocks, she saw the cow on the other side. , , Tiicu aim set up a loud lamentation', for sho saw tbo cov' could llotcomo to Iter, and sho could not go to - tho cow; for tlio liver could not bo crossed, mid it was nday's Journey to go rouud. Tn this strait tho devil appeared. 'Sol sol you've lost your cow, old lady, havo you? Never mindj I'll build a bridge, aud you shall go fetch her. "Thankee- kindly, Sir; I'll bo -much obliged lo you If you will,' and sho curtsied low nnd with great huaiillty. 'To...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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