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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 10 January 1880

) msv Ijo found on fllo nt OEO 1 P. UOWF.Lt, C0'8 News paper Alvrrilm liolnnnL W Wy,crVnnTr' TftACTS mavbe niniloiorltlnPlllU lUlUYi THIS PAPER' SATURDAY, JaSOAHV 10', 1880. The clerks In Uio ndmliilstrntlvo offices of Iho Lehigh Valley IlallrcVt1 Company nt Mauch Chunk, Bethlehem, Philadelphia ami other places wcro gratified to lenrn on New Year's dfy tlirit tlietr salaries had been Local and Personal. TO SUIIHUKIM'' Subscribers will pIKito refer to th? direc tion tabs on their vapors, by so doing they wWl bo able lo reO whether they ttro isnuaro on our books r not, thus : John ntswllllam mar8 70 Bhotrs tlftt Iho subscription has been paid up till March 8th, 1870, nnd consequently there isonoilollarduousonlhoproscntyear, which you will plcaso remit, or $1.20 will bo charged If wo havd to send bill.' VmdI I'enn HoIn. Mr. J. W. Selinllcr moved front lifcfo lo Ilnzlclon, whero ho Is doing blacksmithing and whcclwrlghtihg for Mnntz tc Weaver. Alvln F. Notbstein has sold his houso and l...

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. — 10 January 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. Fnrm Work for JnuiuiE)-. From the American Agricultural Jan, 1. 1880, How do you stand Ouo cnnnot lay out lilswoik to advantage, without knowing precisely Jiow ho stands with regard to his business. Tho beginning oS the year is the npproprinto timo for ascertaining it. Fro quenOy an account of business is kept for a month or two, and then neglected. If it is only to encourage habits of regularity and perseverance, it will bo time well spent to keep an account, not only of money affairs, but a record of evonts for every day.. This tends to beget promptness and system, in every detail of farm work, and in business affairs, that foresight and economy which are everywhere tho priroo essentials to suc cess. Keep a record of tho events of 'each day's work, and farm-life. Ono of tho boys or girls should do this. A book will bo needed ruled with plain lines, on which to make the entries; put down the condition of the weather, tho work done, and by whom J pur chases and sale...

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. — 17 January 1880

Advertising Rates. The Carbon Advocate, Ap Independent Family Newspaper Published every SATURDAY, ifi Lchlgliton, Carbon Co., Pa., by 11 Ait n v v. mouTiamtn. orncB-lli.SB.WAY. n ahott fllstaueo abovS tho Lchltrh Valley n. It Depot Tens: $1.00 lerMiinin In Adranc3: SVEUT DESCRIPTION OP riitN AND PANCX Job 1? rin tingj We f4lre it to be distinctly understood lhal no adicrllsemeHls will bo Insetted In the colutriHlof TiiKOxiino!! AoyoOltit llv may be received from unknown parties or firms linloss accompanied by the oisn. Tho folknf Ing nro our oSly terms i ONE BQUAI1K (10 LINKS), brltltoan each Insertion.. 10 els. H. V. Morthimer, Propriotor. INDEPENDENT " LlV6 aild Let Live." . $1.00 a Year if Paul In Advance. VOL. Vlll.j No 8. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PA.-, SATURDAY, JANUARY i7, 1880. If not paid in advance; $L&5. Six months, cncll Inscrtiort:;,,:;!.',... 18 eta. Threi moriths, each Insertion.;.::!;;!.. 20 cts. Les? lharl three rrionths, first insertion $1 each subsequent inser...

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. — 17 January 1880

1 Major Cuvatffmri and staff massacrccd by Afghans nt Calnil. 18 Daniel1 Drew dies al N. Y. city j Cam bridge Lovlngston dies J closo of the Zulu war In Africa. SoReception to General Grant at San Fraricisco. 22 Indian raid In Arizona) treaty bo tween Jiulians and Mexicans) fatal boiler explosion In Chicago. 23 In International cricket match the gentlemen of Ireland defoateil fourteen New Yorkers. 2T Charles Howell wins tho Astlcy Bolt, making 610 miles. OCTODSK. 3 Derrick for moving Cleopatra's Needle shipped. 4 Correspondence with lottery dealers prohibited) first battlo at Bliutargardon Fass, betweon English and Afghans. S O'Leary walking match, six days, be gun at Gilmoro's Gordon. j "Molly Mnguiro" McManus hung at Bilnbury, Ta.) 100th anniversary of the tlcgo of Savannah, and death of John Jas per. 11 Nicholas Murphy won the O'Lcary belt with score of 603, Howard 600, Fabcr 487 miles. 18 English enter Cnbul. 11 Charles Foster elected governor of Ohio. 15 Hahlan rows alono over ...

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. — 17 January 1880

mttmrn THIS PAPER"wnS"wiES? SToV TJIACT8 mar bo mado fdr It in lift W lUUUi SATUMUY, JANUAllY 17, 1880. Local and Personal. to suiiscniiii:tts. Subscribers will iileaso refer to tbo cllrec tlol tabs on their papers, by so doing they wllj bo able to eco whether they aro snunro ou our books er not, thus : John Fitzwllliam ruarS T9 Ohows Ihft tl'otubf.rlption ha3 been paM up till March 8th, 1870, and consequently there, is ono dollar flub iisdhtho present year, wliicuyou wiljpjeaso remit, orifl.23 will bo charged If wo havo to fend bill. A cold wave slruck this locality on Tues day last. Tho revival cervices are still In progress In tho 51. E. Church of this borough. Tho Lehigh Valley Telegraph ofllcd at Farryvillo has been closed, and ono opened nt Bowman's Station. . 300 boxes West's Ycgctabld Liver tills for sale at Durling's Drug Store. 20 cents per box, tl. Our streets havo been in a most miser able condition for travel during tho past week. lion. It. A. L'atrtbcHori, of Hnrrisbur...

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. — 17 January 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. Drlcrt Apple, A writer In nn cxchango rtows cnthllsias tie otor dried npplcs and tells how they Btiould bo cooked I "After tbo opples aro well washed and rinsed In nt least two Wa tcri placo them In a porcelain ltctlle or tin pan j fill tho vessel nearly full of cold 1ralcr this, howovcr, must depend on tho Bits of tho Vessel and tho quality of tho op pies. Let thorn very gradually come to boil ing, put in nt much sugar as you think will be required. I generally uso about a teacup ful to a quart of apples, measured before bo- Ing washed. Keep a tcakcttlo full of boil ing water always ready when you aro cook Ing, and whilo the apples aro stewing add boiling water from timo to lime, as It Is need cd. Boil thorn slowly and steadily until ton dcr, but not until they seem to shrink up and turn dark. If you uso whilo or light brown sugar and don't add spices and don't mash tho apples Into an unsightly massind hare plenty of juico, with sugar enough to mako It rich but not...

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. — 24 January 1880

Advertising Rates. We desire It to bo distinctly understood that no advertisements will bo Inserted In tli (I columns of TnE Carbon Advocate lb. may bo received from unknown parties or The Carbon Advocate. An Independent Family Newspaper 1'ubllshed every SATURDAY, In Leliighton, Carbon Co., Fa,, by IIAItltV V. HHIUTIIIir.It. OFFICE BAtfKWAY, a ahoit Olslauoe bov the Lehlsh Valley R, R. Depot. Terms; $1.00 perAimnm in Aiyance, ZTGKT DEtCIUTTION Ot FLAIN AND FA1PCX J" ob .Printing AT VERY LOW PP.IOES. firms unless accompanied by tho cash The following are our only terms : ONE SQUARE (10 LINES), Ono year, each Insertion i 10 cts, Bis months, each Insertion 16 cts, Throe months, each insertion 20 cts, Loss than three months, first Insertion $1 j each subsequent insertion , 25 cts, H. V. Mouthiiier, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. .Local notices 1U cents iicr imo. II. V. MORTHIMER, Publisher. VOL. VIII., No 9. LEIIIGIITON, CARBON COUNTY, PA.,...

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. — 24 January 1880

EDITOR LKUiailTON. PA.l SATURDAY. JANUARY 24, 1880. NOTICE. To the members of the Democratic County Committee of Carbon I There will be ft meeting of tho Committee nt the America! Club Room,Mauch Chunk, an Thursday the 29th Inst. Mcmbors from the Middle Coal Kiold Poor District aro cs. peciallr Inrlted to attend. II. E. Swabtz, A. E. SCIIEETZ, Secretary. Chairman. The Grand Jury at Harrisburg Tuesday found true bills In thecascaof Wm. II. Kern Me, E. K. Shoemaker, Jetso R. Crawford, Edward XI cCune, Christian Long and A. W Iielsenrlng, and Representatives Rumberger, Clarke and Pelrofl", accused of corrupt solici tation of members of tho Legislature in con. section with tho Itiot Damages bill. Tho case of Charles D. Salter was called for trial Wednesday, at which timo nil the cases were postponed till tho socond Monday of March next. The President Monday nomlncd James Ru&ol Lowell, now Minister of Spain, to be Minister to Great Britain ) J. VT. Foster,now Minister to Mexico, to b...

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. — 24 January 1880

amv.N'nuipj.-ni...jn iwj mrrra m TJTinrnay be found on file et GEO Energetic men wanted everywirero w inojuniiufiiiie, ...... ....... v,...-- llllo riVrijil 1 HOWr.ll A CO'a Now;. cnIra..0 t a uroiitablo business. Address F. imny Annilnl lUcctlng mill Kloc- naper Advertising lluroan, 10 Where ADVERTISING CON THACTH may be mado lor It In YflHK Alexander, Loli)ghlon,uarixmcoi'niy(ro. church, at rac-crton, lly. Iickbi, will fic tion of OfllrcrN. The. annual meeting of tho Lehigh Valley Railroad Co., met at the office, No. 233 B. SfilTi tfi.iflllOlt JttlWUfo liver a sermon on "Tho Usurpations of the Third street, Philadelphia, Tuesday mom JU1V UmMU AVVA Inc. Joseph ratlerson, Esq., presiding. Tho Ladies' Mlto Society of tho M. E. Vico President unarics iiarisriornc, in d,urM,.hf tl.N nlnro. will hold ft Martha presenting his report, said ! Tho price or coal ' r . . j .i..t i.i Washington Tea Parly in Llndcrman's Hall miring ioiv was unprcccaonuy .ojt, aim . on the 18th. 10th and 20th of...

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. — 24 January 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. llutv to Snvo Liquid Mnniirc. An Inquiry lias corao to hand in regard to the value or liquid manure tho urino of domestic animals and tho simplest modoof Having it. When it is recollected that it is to tho urino In it, that barnyard manure chiefly 6wcs its fertilizing properties hoth as rerards nitrozen and sal's, tho value of liquid excrcmenlory matter will bo appre ciated. Some of the most eminent authori ties deny thai there is any avallahlo nitro gen In horso manure. In 100 pounds ol barnyard manuro when it has been propcr erly cared for, as has been found by analy sis, there nro 05 pounds of water. Of tho re maining 35 pounds 25 are inert carbonaceous matter, leaving but 10 per cent, of inorganic substances an O.Cd of nitrogen as true fer tilising matters. This, it must bo homo in mind, is based upon good manuro, and not such as has been thrown from stables and subjected to sun and rain which drive out and leach out about everything which will cause a plant to ...

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. — 31 January 1880

.Mygotising Rates. We desire It to b distinctly uriderstood that.no advortiiicinsnts wilt be Inserted In tlioVeoltamitl of jTn OiRKOx Advocate th The Carbon Advocate, An Independent Family Newspaper Published every SATURDAY, in Lchighlon, Carbon Co., re., by HAICItV V. lUOUTIIIMEIl. orricit-UASKWAY, a short distance abera the Lehigh Valley R, It Depot, Terms: $1.00 nerAnnnm in Advance. evert DcseraiTiox or rtAUt asd rAscr j ot .Pointing AT VERY LOW rrtlCES. maV'beT rccWodi from unknown parties r flrmi unless accompanied by the cash, Theolloving are our oki.t tennsi OMK 1QUA1K (10 L1SGI), Oho' VcarVcach Insertion 10 els, Bbt months, onch Insertion...... IS eta. Tlircomqnths', each Insertion JOet. Los!r(hMithrce'iriontli,firtln;rtlon SJ each-subsequent insertion....... 2 cu. II. V. MoitTniMEU, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." 1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. VIII., No 10. LEIIIGIITON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1880. iyoca) notices iu ccms iwr n ' ' II. ...

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. — 31 January 1880

Sfc? total Itowirfo U. r. MOhTMMMi, E61T0K LGKiailTON. l'A.I SATURDAY, JANUARY 81, 1SS0. The Canadian KmmzipnUont&Mvr mng ntlno conducted by Mr. 1'crrimU, appeared In Montreal on Saturday. Its first article opens with tho following sentences "In un folding the flag of Canadian emancipation and commercial union with the United Bute wo answer the earnest call of patriot;, citizens aud business men oil over tlio land." The Supremo Court of Molno Tuesday evening completed its answer to the ques tions propounded by tlio I'utlonlsts. The Court unanimously decides against the val idity of tho l'uficn Legislature, and declares the "Republican Itotiso and Senate the legal Legislature of tho State. The eltVct of Iho decision upon tlio Fusionlsts is shown by a remark of their Governor, Smith, that '-bo had got through playing Oovcrhor, and would go home." It is understood many of the Fusion members will now take their seals in the regular Legislature. In tlio court of Quarter Scsslonsif Ph...

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. — 31 January 1880

m,j. be fonml on Qle at OJCO im.er AdvertlnnT nmeaiiijo Vl,r AnVKllTISlNO CON neo Hireet, 'jJltA-CTS raav be made tor It lit glw (Barton' gflvaU. . 6AT0HDAY, JAHPAKV 31, 18.80. Local and Personal. ' TO stfrfSiJtti'ME.ItS. Subscribers will please- refer to the direc tion tabs on their papers, by so doing they will be able to see whether they are square on'ouV books r not, thus i John'Flttwilliam mnr8 V9 Shows that lliosubserlptlon has been paid up till March 8th, 1S79, and consequently there isonedollarduouson the prescntycar, which you will pleaso remit, or $1.24 will bo charged if wo have to send bill. Political caucuses aro In order. Tho Thomas Iron Company has declar ed !' dividend of 5 per cent. The season for public sales Is at hand. Advertise in the Adyoiut. A plato window glass Insuranco com pany Is about being staTtcd in Kastoar Jacob Orotfof Bethel tsp., Berks coun ty, slaughtered a hog last week which weigh ed 5 12 pouWls, dressed. The farmers don't like the present mild w...

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. — 31 January 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. "IVIinl Tlicro ii In Wlicnt. Tho wheat grain is a fruit consisting of n BcsJ nnd ils coverings. All tho iniddlo part of tho grain is occupied by large, thin cells, full of n powdery suhstance, which contains nil tho starch of tho wheat. Outeldo the cen tral starchy mass is a single row of squarish colls filled with a yellowish material, very rich in liitrogcncous, that is, flesh forming matter. Beyond this again thernaro six thin coats of coverings, containing much mineral matter, both of potash and phosphates. Tho outermost coat is of but littlo value. The mill products of these coverings of the seed nro peculiarly rich In nutriment, and fine flour is robbed of a largo percentage of valu nblo and nutritious food. Middlings not on' ly contain more fibrin and mineral matter than fine flour, but also moro fat. Tho fibrous matter, or outer coat, which is indigestible, forms one-sixth of tho bran, but. not one. hundredth of tho fino flour. 'Wheat contains tho greatest q...

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. — 7 February 1880

JWvgftjsihg Rates. ' We dwSoit'to 60 distinctly Understood tut no advertisement will bo Insetted In thrjunntr,TH OahbO! Advocate lb. mayJCvedlfiW unknown parties or firms unless accompanied" by tho cash. The following are our oKLV terms! OS SQUARE (10 MSES), On year", each Insertion 10 cts. Bi months, each Insertion Three months, each insertion 20 eta. Wthirthreomonths,firstlnscrtlon $1 1 each subsequent insertion 25 els. Local notices 10 cents per line. II. V. MORT1IIMER, Tubllshcr. A. ! Mosses?. Manufacturer of anil Dealer In STOVES, RANGES AND HEATERS, Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware and General . ;Honse FiinMinii Goods. HOOFING nnrt sroyONU done nt short notice and at LorfCst Cash Trices. T am the Anthonied agent for the Salo of the following mtsTCLAsa aroVJEB- THE SILVEIl & GOLD NB11AL COOK. THE LIOHTnOUSE COOK. THE M AYFLO WER RANOE, THE 8UNSUINE RANGE anil Tho NEW ANCHOR HEATEtl. and am Selling them VERY CHEA P tor Cash. fcwryktndof STO VEa tl A TE a and FIRE A HICKS kept eon. Un...

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. — 7 February 1880

n. V. uoBTntMKn, . . KDnon LKnlOIITON, PA.I SATURDAY, FKBIIUAHY T, I8S0. Tlio Republican 8tal Convention met Wednesday In Ilorriburg. Ilussell Errct wasehoscn temiwrary chairman. Mr. Cessna offered a resolution for the appointment of a committee offline to report, subject to Ibe approval ol tho Convention, a list of dele gates and alternates to tlio Notional Con vention, and n list of Electors. An amend ment ollbrcd by Mr. Stewart providing for tbc clioVo of district dolegates to tbo Nation al Convention by tlio delegates of tbo respec tive Congressional Districts was lost yeas 100, nays, 160 and Mr. Cessna's reeolu tion was adopted. A. resolution was offered by Mr. Hcrr Instructing tlio delegates to tbc National Convention to voto as ft unit and support General Grant for President. Mr. Blone, of Crawford, offered an amendment reaffirming Iho declaration of tbo Convcn ventlon of 187G against a tblrd term. After debate Mr. Stono withdrew bis amendment, end Mr. Strang, of Tioga, offer...

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. — 7 February 1880

4 mmn pAOTDnifty B" ,,n,,a on ae ' 0E0 paper AdteTU.inT Jlntoan, 10 (-jvnre Ntrrjt, wuere ADVI5IITISINO CON VVXn 7(11)7 TRAITS mar be made ior It In Dull lUlUii BaTDH DAY, FFDRUARY 7,1880. Local and Personal. to sunscuimiitR. Subscribers will pleaso refer to Uio direc tion tabs on their papers, by so doinp; tlioy will bo nolo to see whether they ore square on our books or not, Uius i John Fil2w!ll!om innrS T9 Shows that tho subscription has been paid untill March filli, 187B, and consequently there isonodollarduousontho prcscntyenr, which you will please remit, orfci.iijwm no charged If wo liavo to scnu uiu. ShcrllT Thomas Koons was In town on Wednesday. Election bills and tickets printed at this office, at short notice. The season lor public sales is at hand. Advertise in the Advudate. All our readers should carefully read tho county statement In to-day's paper. Of courso it is necessary for you to take a sleigh ride occasionally, and to do so you should get your teams of D.ivid El...

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. — 7 February 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. I'rtrm Note. -"Vtirtont cider jelly Is gaining in favor In rity markets. Look out for the census Inker, llo will be around on Hie 1st of June. It Is Just thirty years slnco the first Jer tors were brought to this country. A Poltslown chicken, Instead of feathers, la covered with soft, gray wool, or fur. It is Mid that the hop crop will bo Bhort frorii half a million to a million head this season. Mr. Jacob Titt, of West Goshen town, ahlp, Chester county, recently caught a two. legged skunk. Merino sheep feed in flocks, whilo mal ton, sheep separate almost as much as herds of cattlo when feeding. -The United States has nearly four limes the acreage in crops that ore given In the agricultural returns of Groat Britaiu. H is said that the experiments of Mr. I.awcs, of Hothamstcad, England,. involvo an annual expenditure of over $16,000. Of all the products of the soil none are so prolific in seeds us weeds; 00,000 seeds have been counted upon one mulicin stalk. i'ersons...

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. — 14 February 1880

Advertising Rates. We desire It to bo distinctly understood hat no advertisements will bo Inserted In iha columns of Tita Cabbou Advouitk lb. may be recelTed from unknown parties or Onus unless accompanied by the cash. The following tiro our oklt terms : . oxi oquaus (10 links), One year, each insertion JO cJa- Blx months, each Insertion J "s throe months, each insertion 20 els. Less than three months, first Insertion $1) each subsequent insertion 25 cts. Local notices 10 cents per line. II. V. MOKTHIMER, I'ublishcr. Manufacturer ot and Dealer In STOVER RANGES AND HEATERS, Tin ana Sheet-Iron Ware and General House Furnishing GooOs. noOFINO nnil Sl'OUTINO dono at short notice and at Lowest Cash Prices. I am the anthnnted naont for the Sale of the following FIRST.CLA83 STOVES T111S BILVEIt & GOLD MEDAL COOK, THE LIGHTHOUSE COOK, THE MAYFLOWER RASOE, THE HUNBHINE RANGE and TneNEW ANCHOR HEATER, and am Selling them VEIIV C'HEA ! tor Cash. .Trr kind of STOVEORATEH nd FlltE .BRICKS ke...

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. — 14 February 1880

h. v. Mcmi'msiEit, tKittdltTONit'A.I SATURDAY. FEMltJAnY H.ISSO. If Mew, of tins GutMti woult nllow himself Co tell thotrrith' for once, ho would find It so rcfresUtlj; that lie would thereafter endeavor to stick to that line. In speaking to ShcrlfTKootis of the Gaiclh' fulso charge, that wo wre Instrumental In getting up lb? tjiBtter for the contest of his election, tvo told, hi In that wc tliouglit It Very Impolite tlpbH the part of the Gaatlc to ngnln ro- tipen the subject; llmt we had tliouglit the whole thing dropped nnd forgotten. Wo fear nothing tho Gazette may any of us nt any timet and ink no favors of lilm or his friends. We aro glad to reectvo patron age from any person, but we never "c.'ingo" to any one for a few "crumbs of ronifort )' and when wa get an advertisement or job of printing we do not have to fun to two or three offices to Vorrow the material with which to do tho worki ttrnttt'ai Ultorlor tic,!?!!-.. frt ttltt Enifcm or Tim Scn Sin What docs the nominallon of...

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