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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 27 September 1879

jj II. SlKWICItS, DISTlHOr ATTOUMRY A COORBr.Lt.Ott AT LAW. Office, Klolt's Umlnlnft 0.:odnwy. xf Atti'tf mi IIHK. TA Hettlln Kstntps. plllnv Accounts nnd Oiplians Trial at Ciinwx cnrolulv attended t transactions In JSnitiish and German. Legal mtttn TH ODD mr be fonnrt on die t OKO. THIS "AIM 1". tlOWRLL A CO'8 Ken; nnir iilvor'1 ln llmcnu. 1" "t en "irirt, "eAnVKilxiUNO con vpyr wjOT TMAiTi mar bo mado lor It In lUlUii to Etortom gtomt ATURDAY, SEPTEMBEtt 27,1879. Local and Personal. to sunscninctis. Subscribers to llio CAnnnx Advocatk will take special notice Hint our terms nrc one dollar n year strictly In odvoncc, If not so psld $1.25 will becharged In every Instniiee. Subscribers getting their papers by moil will refer to the direction tabs cm lliclr papers, nnd note tho dote, ami remit accordingly. reople ore getting ready for tho fair. Fall overcoats nro being brought to view. Remember that all taxes must bo paid by October 4th. The Bessemer Steel Works at Bethle hem give emp...

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 September 1879

FARMERS' COLUMN. 1'cciUns VnlunolOrHiiiicnm, Hlutza nml Ilrun. Every gooil groom knows Hint Bound outs mitt ueun(, In duo proiiortlon and at least a year old, is a very gijod food for n galloping horse the only food on which it is possible to crot the terv best condition out of a raoo hor o or a hunter. It has also recently hr- torn j known that horses do slow work and g t fut indeed, too tat on maizo Indian corn, which Is frequently one-third cheaper Hull tlid host natr. In the East, horses arc f d on barley, and it is n popular Idea with Enilish officers who havo lived in Persia and Svria that the chango of food from bar ley to oats often, when Imported, produces blindness hi Arab horses. .Now, althou; no men understand better or so well how to get blind horses into galloping condition as English grooms, they do not, and few of their lnHsters do, know the reason why oats and b-4iis are the best food for putting muscular fli sh on a horso. Tho agricultural chemist r eps in here, ma...

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 October 1879

Mortising- Rates, We desir it lo be distinctly understood hat no adverllscmenta will bo Inserted In lie columns of Tnic CAnBOs Aorocirt tha may be recoiyed from unknown initios or flrrpj unless accoiripanlcd by the cash. The folloJiniiro our oi.t terms i ' o'mt gQOAfcK no links); One year, each Insertion 10 cts. Bixirionths.'cach Insertion IS cts. Three months, each Insertion 20 cts. Less than thrco months, first insertion $1 1 each subsequent insertion 25 cts. Local jiollcca 10 cents per line. It. VJMOIlTHIMEn, Publisher. CARDS, noot and Shoe MevUera. Jllnton Dratney, n teran'a building. Hank stresL Allorttertprompllylillei vmrkaarranttd. Attorneys. QAM..JI. UIMIAM, ATTOItNEY AT LAW, OFFICEtlnd Story, 1st door above "Carbon House," HANK Street, LfiltlbHTON', i'ENN'A. ' ColicctUsand all otherLogal business en. trusted to trie will receive prompt attention. August 1" 18J8-yl JOHN KLINE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OffletVCorner flusooehanna and Race, streets MADcn chunk, vx. jnlrr.ly J-OUlTifUE...

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 October 1879

tt. V. MOllTniMKtt, KDITOR LtUIOIITON. IM.I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1879'. Democratic Ticket. STATE, rem STATU TRtisffm, fi.VMEb 0. BARR, of Allegheny. couxrr. Prothonotary, OHO. W. ESSKH, of Munch Chunk. Stwlff, , PAUL KRESCIE, of Towamemlng. Coroner, (WAS. W. LENTZ, of Welasport. Jury Commissioner, ITL.VN1S UALLAUItKn, of Lansford, County Surveyor, HENttr UtrSEH, of Welsiport. Republican Ticket. ron statk TiitAscnrit, ' SAMUEL BUTLER of Chwler. COIJKTV. Prothonotary, SAMUEL A. WEHK, Bumsilt Hill, Sheriff, TAOS. KOONS, Lohlahlon. Coroner, 1). V. STKAUP, L. Towamenslng. County Surreyor, DKNN1& HIIW51AN, Parryvllle. Jury Commissioner, J. (. CtDlE, Weathcrly. - Henry Green, of Easloti, has been ap pointed by Governor Hovt, Justlco of the Supremo Court o! Pennsylvania, to fill the acmcy caused by Judge Woodward's death. Mr. Green has never beforo occu pied n Imliciol position. He has lor several years past been counsel for the Lehigh Val ley Railroad, the Xorth Pennsylvania Rail r a1 ...

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 October 1879

n. siKWiins, OtsTiucr ATrohNKY couNSKtion .. AT LAW. Office, Khili'4 Untieing tlioiltwt.r, MAUU1I C1IIUNK, 1A titllliHi Katstcs. Flllm Accounts una Orp"""1 Conl i rrnctieo n apecinltir. , .t Trtsl ol Cne caroinrv attendrd to '?' transactions In lingnaH una Ucrmsn. J"" 'Tins paper FJ$fS&I Arttirilnni llotean, 10 Mi.Mo.HIlwt. Where ADVKItTIhlNO CON TltArfS mar be niade lor It In SAtfWltt)AY( 00TOI1EU 4, 18T0. - i ' Local and Personal. TO SsjllSCIUBEItS. Subscribers lo llio Csr'ron Advocat will take special nolico that our terms nro one dollar A year tlrictly In advance, If not' so paid will bochargoditt every Instance. Subscribers gcitiiife their papers by mall will refer to tho direction tabs on their papers ntti note the date, and remit accordingly. At tho Fair next week beware of pick pockets and swindlers. Flour went up 50 cents per bushel In the early part of last week. Tho wages of iron Workers are every where being voluntarily raised. Tho works of tho Lehigh Zlno Compa ny, ...

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 October 1879

V FARMERS' COLUMN, .Srr- r. fiojMciatinr Worlt I again, nn J this elioulil pet bo less than twef.- ty-iivo jxmiiris, nuu tiiirty wouiu uo uuuci. If wo wish to fecii In tlicsprlng.'twcnty wlU do. To ascertain tbo nniotint of honey, lift, tho frames frotu'tlio hlvo oral count. off tlio number of pounds or weigh rt hlvo 'contaln fng empty combs and add fire poutuU to It fjr pollen and bees I then barer tho bees all weigh from tncnty-fivo to fifrty pounds Inorotliaii this. Tlicro prooaotjr Is no bet ter way to winter; bees than to put tlicju In n good underground cellar. Btill we prefer to winter about one-half hv tho cellar and one-half out of their summer stands, eo as - -And. return the same day. TnFAious Mammoth, Tiibkx-Dxok Steamer " BEl'UBIJCI," leans Hjco St Wjje at V,i A. M rtrrlfinu; at URpoTHa rlUira Music fur linncinir. Parlor EnttrtalnmcnU varied weekly. Luncboontnnil Ho II1I1K wr I1IIVU Oil inu utuvih Jin." a..ib.t i-f ...j t.m.w,- Iteturnliiir, Ichtui UUpa. Slay at So'clk ...

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 October 1879

iTHwunMi ' i ---JiiijiiiiiiiwiBiii MiuiirSi1 wiium iiajijjiiuiStjw Advertising Rates. We dosir it to bo distinctly understood llat no advertisements will bo Inserted In tie columna of TiikCarbos AdvoOatk tha may Ira received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by tho cash. The following nro our OSLY terms! nut bquaur (10 Lines), One ycdr; cacti Insertion.. ..i....i n 10 els. 8lx months, each Insertion 15 cts. Thrco months, each Inacrtiorl,,... 20 cts. licss than thrco monlhsi first 1 nsorlioh $1) each subsequent Insertion. ...ii. 25 cts. Local notices 10 cents iter line. II. V. MORTIIIMER, Publisher. The Carbon Advocate. And Independent Fsmily Newspaper Published every SATURDAY, In Lehlghlon, Carbon Co.,Pa., by IIAItKY V. lUOIlTlIIJim. omcE-nANKWAY, a short distance above tho Lehigh Valloy It. It. Depot. Terms: $1,C0 w Annnin in Afiranco. r.vnnv nirscnirTiox or ti.ain aicd rAscV Job Printing at vnirv low rinccs. H. V. MoKTiiiMKii, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and' Let ...

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 October 1879

lw totoro Pirate. II. V MOKTIIIMEn, KDITOP. LKIIIUIITON. TA.I SATUKDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1870. Democratic Ticket. STATE, roa STATK TREASCRr.lt, DANIEL 0. BARR, of Allegheny. COUNTY, rrothonotaryr Olio. W, ESSER,-of MauehChnnK. Sheriff, PAUL KHESUE, or Towamenslng. Coroner, CHAS. W. LENTZ, of Wclssport. Jury Commissioner, DENNIS-OALLAUHEHr or Laueford, County Surveyor, IIENHY HOY EH, of Wclssport. Republican Ticket. rna state treasurer, SAMUEL BUTLER, of Clicstcr. COUNTY. rrotrnotary, SAMUEL A. WE11II, Summit Hill. SlicrlfT, 7H0S. KOONS, Lehighton. Coroner, 1). W. STRAU1. L. Towamcnslng. County Surveyor, DENNIS BOWMAN, Parryvllle. Jury Commissioner, J. Q. EADIE, Weatliorly. - ft is announced that the President will nut return to Washington until tho middle of the month, "it being his intention to cast j a volo for the Republican ticket In Ohio next Tuesday." -Wo publish in another column, for what fl la worth, an affidavit from Mrs. Man- Ann V.,a .l Mr.. Aim! Tfir. vrlto nml ,w r da u "he...

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 October 1879

Jjl II. S1RWB119, DUTIHOr ATrottNFtfft COUNSFLLDJl Office, Klots's Unilolnn tlioilnwny, MAUUKOIIUNK. PA. SettlHm Kstatcs. Finn a Accounts and Orphans Court Practice a spocinlty. Trial ot cninc caieralivnUcnucrt to ItjM transactions In linjtllrti and Oermiin. Jnii Tltlo 1 ArbK l HOWEU A CO'S New; Afnir ArtiirilVini iioiemi, 1(1 Njnre Ntrjyt. W ArKuTisiNa con vmir ynriff TRACTS mat be mado tor It In HP ll lUIUXi SATURDAY, OCTOBEtt 11, 1870. Local and Personal. TO SimSCHIIlEltS. Subscribers to tlio Cxiinox Advocate will lafco special liotico lliat our terms nro one dollar a year ttrictly In advance, If not so i-ld $1.25 will uncharged In every instance. Subscribers getting tlielr papers by malt will refer to tlio direction labs on their papers nnd note tlio dale, and remit accordingly. Iron ore has rifcn In price U now com manding $2.30 per Ion. Chow JiCKSox'a Best Sweet Navy To bacco. - A full lino of blank booVs, very low, nt Lucltcnbach's, Mnuch Chunk. Tlio usual number of gamblers ...

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 October 1879

FARMERS' COLUMN. Kiuvtn, ulnar - iionu, wiiii .i:illniils t lrciKnuiiU The linrso is our no'jleei domestic nnlmul, jierfei't ill structure, linioslii3 hi appearance, fall of lntellieti.e nml when kindly treated giving in return an ndVcllon nlinoet huninn ti its miture, unit oi lotrnlns to tlio last 1 jint of endurance the ttuU Imposed, nml wo ma.r add Is too oltcn ttiljjeeteil to tins liard cst (ind liarslieJt usage tiny ufmtrnnlinalF, mid probably for this reaeon is the mnstlia to illneaso and lilcmlslicn. Many on otherwise valuable Iiorso is dis figured for 1H undienden d mora or lew un fit, for x-rriva by ugly spavliif, unflglitly ring-bnnes, ppllnli, clr. tSotiictlmca these difficulties nro not ofn serious nature, Mint li, do not Inmo tho horse, or maUo niiy ma terial itllli-reiica in the ability for performing w.nk on the farm but such animals arc ren dered usable, or If disputed of it inut bo nt 'aerifico ofprico. Generally, however, the orse li jierinaucnlly lamed, unless tho...

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 October 1879

Advertising Rates. We dcsir it to bo distinctly understood hat uo advertisements will bo Inserted In ho columns of TiisCabdor Advooith tba may bo received from unknown parties or firm unless necompanled by tho cash. Tlio following are our usly terms! OSK8QUAllRflOl.IXE9), One year, each Insertion c- Bix months, each Insertion 15 cts. Thrco months, each Insertion 20 cts. Loss than threo months, firsUnsertion SI each subsequent insertion 25 cts. Local notices 10 cents per line. II. "V. M0RT1IIMKR, Publisher. The Carbon Advocate. And Independent Family Newspaper Published every SATURDAY, la Lehigliton, Carbon Co., Pa., by 1IAHUY V. HIOItTIIIjTIint. Ornrx-PA KVAY. a .hint dla'ance aboTe tlio Lehlxli Vallo; 11. II. Depot. Terms : $1.00 rer Annnni in Afiyance. EVKUT DLsCUU-llOM OF l'LAI!. XSD FAtiCT JoId Printing AT VERY LOW THICKS. H. V. Mortuimeii, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" 'Live and Let Live." 1.00 n Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. VII., No 47. LEIIIGIITON, CAltBON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, ...

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 October 1879

5.i (Barium iUlMMtto. H. V. MOKTillMKH, EDItOB LKIIKHITON, I'A.l SATURDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1879. Democratic; Ticket. STATU, ron state TnKAsunr.s, DANIEL 0. BARR, of Allghny.. county, Frothonotary, QEO. W. ESERror MaueaOhnnk. Sheriff, PAUL KBESOE; of Towamcnslngi Coroner, C1IAS. W. LENTZ, of Wclssport. Jury Commissioner, DENNIS OALLAOHEH, of Lansford. Coonty Surveyor, HENRY 1H EH, of Welssport. Republican Ticket. roil STATU THT.A5LT.EIt, SAMUEL BUTLER, of Cheater. COIJNTV. rrothonotary, SAMUEL, A. WEHH, Summit Hill. Sheriff, THOS. KOONS, Letilijhton. Coroner, 1). W. STRAUP, I Towamenslng. County Surveyor, DENNUi UllWMAN, I'orryvllle. Jury Commissioner, J. O. EALIIE, Wcathcily. The latest returns from the election in Ohio, which took place Tuesday, givc3 an estimated majority of 17,000 for the Repub lican candidate for Governor, and a Repub lican majority in the State Legislature of about 13 on joint ballot. Tho case of tho Widow Oliver against ex-Senator Cameron, appealed to the Gener al...

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 October 1879

E. tti sntwicus, UlTltlOT ATTOUNHY A COUNSKIiLOIl AT LAW, Office, Kloti' tlmliiliur Dioilnwny, MAUUH OMUNK, IA stettlmi Etntr. rilliiR Accounts aud Oipttaus Conrt rrnctieo n specialty. . . f rlsl nl t!nnen rarolnl'r attended to Lcni transactions In Knjtitsb and Ucrmnn. Jan". may be round on Bio lit OKO, 1.1, cub news . in Kn npfl Htrert, MEW YORK. intrtfi n i nnn m THIS rArLnr. kowfxl a co-s now. iici Artvcrlldnir Itnicati, 10 NL" tiC.'1 whero ADVUnTISINO co lnACTS mar be niaflo ,or SATUIIDAY, OCTOllEK 18, 1879. Local and Personal. TO SUIISCItlHIlltS. Subscribers will plcaso refer lo llio direc tion labs on their papers, by so doing they will bo ablo to sco whether they nro square on our books or not, thus t John Fitzwllliam mar8 79 Bhows that tho subscription has been paid up till March 8th, 1879, and consequently there isonednllardueus on tho present year, which you will please remit, or 5-1.25 will bo charged if wo have to send bill. Chew Jackson's Bkst Sweet Navy To bacco. - A f...

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 October 1879

FARMERS' COLUMN. p't twenty feet long there should bo nliout tlirco. gns oscnpos or ventilating ojicnlngs, whloli should be plugged with straw nnrt covered with a board tot at an anglo to turn thu rain. If in cellars, barn or olltr-rwifr, the bins sliould bo covered with rugs, old cariietings or straw. Thoso Intended to bo kept for late spring sale should bo frequent ly examined and nil sprouts removed j fur as soon as n potato begins to sprout (t loses its sdiditv. dryness and quality. German- t.tcn Telegraph. Willi iQHfiGl 1'nrtiliig Htlttcr fur Wliiti-r Vhc, Tliofull growth of grass, which nearly everywhere in tho noilhciii stales consists oMeOy of "blue grass," is productive of ex cellent butter. Bcritcinber-jijcUed butter equals the noted June butter and Hisdoubl Ijss to tho fresh growth of grass that Is start ed by tho early fall rains that the excellence nflho butter is due. September butler fa the boil to prick for winter use,- for being packed and kept during cool weather, ...

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. — 25 October 1879

Advertising Rates. We dcslr It to bo distinctly understooil liat no advertisements will bo Inaerled In lio column of Tim CAitmi Auvocate th a may bo received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by tbo cash. Tbc following aro our ost.Y terms! nNKSQ.UAtlF.no LINES), On year, cadi insertion 10 cts. Six months, each Insertion IS cts. Three months, each insertion. .......... 20 cts. Loss than three months, first Insertion $1) each subsequent Insertion 25 cts. Local notices 10 cents icr line. II. V. M011TH1MKK, rublishcr. The Carbon Advocate. And Independent Family Newspaper Published every SATURDAY, In Lchighton, Carlion Co., Pa., by HAitrsv v. .TjottTituii;!:. otncE-nAN'KWAY a aln,u din anco above lliu Lthiali Vnlle. II H. JeMt. Terms: $1.C0 uer Aiiunm iu Advance- II. V. MoUTiiiMEit, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live ana Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. RvuitT nFBcmn iok op tlajs A.m FArcr ATVEllY LOW PtllUEH. VOL. VII.; No 48. LEIIIGIITON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SATURD...

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. — 25 October 1879

! totow S italic. H. V. MOUTHlMI'.It, EDITOR LEIIiallTON, PA.i SATURDAY. OCTOBER 2i, 1870. Democratic Ticket. STATU. TOR STATU TBK8Unl!n, DANIEL 0. BAMl, of Allegheny. cou.vrY. rrothonotnry, OEO. W. ESSER, or Mauch Chunk. Sheriff, rAUL KKESUE, or Towamcnslng. Coroner, OIIAS. W, LENTZ, or Wclssport. Jury Commissioner, DENNIS OALLAUHHIt, or Lansrord. County Surveyor, HENRY JJOEH, or Wclssport. Republican Ticket. FOB STATR TREASURER, SAMUEL BUTLEIt, of Chester. COUXTV. Prothonotnry, SAMUEL A. WE1IH, Summit Hill. SlicrlfT, T1IOS. KOONS, Lchighton. Coroner, 1). W. STItAUP, L. Towamcnslng. County Surveyor, 1EN Nib 110WMAN, I'nrryvlllo. Jury Commissioner, J. O. EAUIE, Wcatlierly. The jury in the trial uf Joseph A. Hluir for tho inunler of John Armstrong, nt New ark, N. J., appeared in Court Wednesday morning, witli n vcrdiel of "not guilty." The jury had been out 1)7 hours, and, it is said, stood 10 to 2 for acquittal until their last vote. The expenses of tho National Tost Of fice Departm...

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. — 25 October 1879

1 II. SII5W15IIS, DISTUIOr ATTOTINHY A COUNBniiLOIt AT WW, Office, Kloti'n DmliilnR Dioilnnay. MAULH fill UNK. 1A MettlltiR KMstes. Plllnir Accounts mid Ornttnos rrl.il n( Crmc cnreiulir attended to royal transactions In Kunimh nnil German, Jnn . mma TJADTJn mv i ',n,,i on fll 0K0- llllO lill till P. ItOWELi A CO'S HOWS nmier Adveribln t lliitertil, 10 mi nro mipm, ! ai.v Tier no con vmir vniw THA'TS nmr bo made lor It In Hull 1U11 8T0RDY, OCTOBER 251870. Local and Personal. xo suiisoiminits. Subsoribcrs will jiteafo refer tullie 1lrce tlnn inln tm their tinners, by so doine lliey will Co nble In sec. whether they nro squaro on our hooka flr not, thus i John Filiwllllnm niar8 70 Shows that the subscription litis been paid up till Mnreh 8th, 1870, nml ronwriiicntly there Unnetlollnrtluous on llin present venr, which you will please remit. nr$1.2jvili bo charged jf wo hiivo to send bill. WANTED, n rooiI ftout girl for house work. Apyly at this office. Broken sidewalks should bo repair...

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. — 25 October 1879

FARMERS' COLUMN. When Mini! IVo Sow !io Seeds nt I'rult Tree. Tho Now York Tribune tnyai For Uio licnltliy ntnl wrfl germination of emit, licnl,tno!lurc, o!r,nnil tlicfxi'ltislon of light, nro nil required. Tlio seeds of nplp, penr nml plum trees uro usually sown In Novem ber, but ttiey will slmw nofiglisofgcrrnliia lion, until tho warmth of spring reaches them. Seeilsplanteil tooilecplydoliolgrow, Tho depth of the covering should bo regulat ed by tho size of tho seed. Small and deli' calo seeds may bo sown almost on tho sur face, while largo ones may bo imbedded to tho depth of four or fivo Inches. Tho small seed requires but litllo moisture, and has but n feeble forco to penetrate a covering, whllo tho largo ono requires moro molsturo and has force enough to push its way up. When it Is desired to obtain seedlings of n partial lar variety, frco from any cross, cultivators protect tho (lowers whilo In blossom to guard against foreign Impregnation, and savo seeds only from tho largo ...

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. — 1 November 1879

TCfetisins Rates. We dcsir It to bo distinctly understood hat no advertisements will bo Inserted i hi columns of TiieCardos Advocate th m 1m received from unknown parties c firtni unless accompanied by the cash The following oro our oki.y terms i OSE SQUARE HO LIKES), One year, each Insertion 10 cts Blx months, each Insertion 15 cts Throo months, coch Insertion 20 cts Less than threo months, first Insertion $1) each subsequent insertion 25 cts, Local notices 10 cents ier line. ' H.V.MORTHtMER, Publisher. CARDS, Hoot ami lliof Plnfceri Jllntonllrtnejr,(n Onus's huildiny. Hank street, AUordtrtpr'mplly MUd work wamnttd. Attorneys. QAM. K. UIMIAM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE! 2nd Story. 1st iloor abovo "Carbon House," HANK Street, LEHiaHTON, l'ENN'A. Collections and all other Legal business en. trusted to me will receive prompt attention. August 16 1870-yl JOHN KLINE, ATTOltNEY AT LAW, Ofllce i Corner Susquehanna and Race streets MAUCII CHUNK, IM. july-ly TOUN I). BEltTOLETn:, ATTOltNEY AND...

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. — 1 November 1879

MMI IIMI III ' EDITOR I.i:ilH!IITON. I'A.i S ATUIIDAY, NOVEMBER 1 , 1 870. Democratic Ticket. STATU. ?bn stiti; TnKiscnsn, DANIEL 0. BAltn, of Allegheny.- cu.vrv. l'rothonotnry, OEO. VT. ESSUn; or Mauch Chunk.. ShcrllT, PAUL KI1ESUK, of Tovaraenslnjr. Coroner, OIIAS. W. LENTZ, of Welesport, Jury Commissioner, DENNIS OAI.LAOHK1!, or Langford. County Surroyor, HEN11Y BO EH, of Welsrport, Republican Ticket, FOR STATU TREASURER, BAMUEL BUTLEtt, of Chester. cniivi'V. Frotlionntary, SAMUEL, A. WKIIK, Summit HI!. SlKTlff, Trios'. KOONS, Lclilftnton. Coroner. D. W. STUAUP, L. Towaracuslng. CoontySurvejor, DENNIS liOWMAN, l'arryvllle. Jury Commissioner, J, (1. EAIiIH, Weathcrly. ma i:i.i;ctio.. Next Tuesday, Nov. 4, is tl,o ilay set naiilc for boMIngnn election tfiroiighouttliisStnte. The ballot-box in this country is tho safe guard of liberty j nml to vote, conscientious ly, and thoughtfully, i3 almost a sacred pre rogative, and n duty of every freeman who has complied with the luw regulati...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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