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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 14 February 1880

1EO 6W bancr AdvwttMmr llniean, 10 Hmnro Btrpft, Where ADVERTISING CON HACTS mar bo made for It In YORK, SATURDAY, FFIlRUAnY kISf-O. Local and Personal. to sunscitiiffcus. Subscribers iVilt please refer to llio direc tion tAbs on their papers, by bo doing th6y wjll be able to see wbether they aro square on our books er not, thu3 ! John Fitzwllliam rnar8 79 aimmi (tint, llifi stiliw riution lias beeiS paid VP till March Btlu 1870, and consequently therciSonedollardli'SUson the preentycar, which you will please remit, or $1.25 will be charged if wo navo to scnu uiu. Wbt Bethleht'm is afflicted with sneak thieves. There arc 315 boarders in the North ampton county Almshouse. At Lynnport the demand for slate ex ceeds the supply, and the prieo of roofing slate has advanced to $3.75 per square. Election bills and tickets ptintcd at this hffice, at Short nolit'o. f , , The season fur public sales 13 i't h'arjj. Advertise in the Advobate. All our readers should carefully read the county stat...

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. — 14 February 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN, TVIntcr Calves. A Wisconsin dairyman asks If llicre can l any irofit Jri'rnlslng calves In winter, or Into Tall calves ? This question is now very jiortincnt, since, winter dairying Is becoming common. Butlor bears a higher rico in winter; and this induces dairymen to have their calves dropped in tlio fail. Let us ex amine the expenso account. Borne think the cold weather will add much tu the cost of keeping tho calves J but this is probably a mistake, as the following contideratiou will show i Tho milk, after making butter in winter, is in better condition than In Bummer, as It is seldom sour, and may al ways be fed sweet. Calves kept in warm quarters will tnake lnoro growth upon the eutue quantity of milk In winter than in summer, on account of its better quality ,and because, being fed on hay they seldom scour or have any troublo ot stomach. Vfe have tested tho comparative gain on the same quantity of milk fed to calves in winter and summer. Six calves, fed throu...

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. — 21 February 1880

Advertising Rates, ; We 'desire It to bo distlrtelly understood hat rlo advertisements wilt bo Inserted In ttlcj column of TiuCittifoH Advooitb th may bo received from unknown parties or flrmi unless accompanied by tho cash. Tin following are our dflLV terms! ositsQnAitlt (10 lines), One year, each Insertion..'.".-.-'""'" JJ Blx months, each insertion...!. 15 c s. Three months, each Insertion 20 s. Less than three liionths, first Insertion $1 ! each subsequent Insertion 25 els. Local notices 10 cents iwr lino. 11. V. MtinTlHMKrt, Publisher. M amif sfcturtr ot and Dealer lii STOYESj RANGES AHD HEATORS, fen and aeet-lM Ware aiid General . House Fnrnisliiiig Goods. ttOoriNO nntl SVOtrtlSa doho at short notice and at Lowest Cash Tribes. I am the aothomed axerl for the Bale of tho rollowln KIB3TCLASS BlOYi-8-TnESILVErt GOLD NBDAU COOK, THE LIOHTnoUSE COOK, THE M AYFLOWEB BASaTJ; THE 6UNSHINI5 RANGE ami Tho NEW ANCHOR I1EATEB, and am Soiling them VE ItY' CIIEA P tor Cash. Kv.rr kind of BT...

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. — 21 February 1880

l,.OH'WLlWLIHUW H nnrrtlnpt the agricultural Interests of tho mentioned, In one of my letters, Hint W,Wi "MV,,,, A ,1tmrt!onmnnfa country. Imil been pnln fur a corner lot on Fifth, Arc. I iNCW AUVCrtlSCmCntS. n. V MOflTlltMKn, EDITOIl I.KIIiailTON, TA.I SATURDAY, FKDUUAUY 21, 1860. licforo ilia Comtnlttco or Investigation on jiuck rny, uounty. una I'cnsions nun uio view of explaining the operations of tlio Pen sion uince, nuenuinjr uio examination upon the necessity of additional lCRislatlon In ro- Sird to the settlement ot claims. The Senate ommlttie on pension? Is also Investigating no sunjcci Willi inucn- earnestness, ana it is William M, Cooper, founder of Uio celo urntoil "Cooper Shop Ilcfieslimont Saloou,' and a well known resident of tho soiithtust- cru section l' Philadelphia, died on Satur doy evening last, aged CO years. Hon. Finley l'allerson, a Represenla' lire In the State I103islotu.ro from Washing t'm cminty, died at Burgctlstown.on Thurs day morning of last week. Ho ...

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. — 21 February 1880

ipnio T)ADPDmy b ,onna on fl,f tOEO 1I11U 1JL1U11P. nOWKLU uu-o paper Advertlrn where ADVKHT n llnresn, 10 rivp, nii.,,. Where ADVKlfflSINO CON vpw Y KK TRACTS mar be m0 'or 8ATUIIDAY FFHItUAUY 21, 1880. Local and Personal. to 8Uiiscnnn:its. Subscribers will please refer to llio direc tion tabs on tlielr papers, by so doing they will bo able to sco wlictlicr tliey oro square on our books tr not, tbus : John Filiwllllam mnrS t9 Shows that the subscription hns been paid up till March 8th, 1878, and consequently there lionedollnr due us on the present year, which you will please remit, or J1.2J will bo charged If we have to send bill. The season of Lent will continue until March 29th. flalo bills printed at low rates and in the neatest styles. Slattngton wants more manufactories within Its corporate limits. So do we. 300 boxes West's Vegetable Liver Tills for sale at Durling's Drug Store. 20 cents per box. If- Washington's Birthday to-morrow (Sun day), the 22d Inst. Job printing at low...

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. — 21 February 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN, I'nnti Kolrxt - TIjO fall wheat In TnycUo couiity la higher tlian It usually Is mid than it should be 111 April. The Doylcstown AKti0illlur.1l society lins ileclnrod u illvidcml of 4 per cent, on (he Cfpiliil slock for the past yerir. Contain Datiuiel Ifolnion, of West 1'iltq- land township, Chester rounly, roh,' n, few daysngo, n ralf 4 weeks old that weighed SI4 pound. A stock keeper reimrts curing rrlah'y bnd warts on cattle and horses, during ecvcral vears, by application to cacli of "ono good daub of Ur." A butcher of Lebanon 'ccelitly ebiugh tfrcd a hog, the lire weight of which was 1,040 pounds. It was 21 years old, was OJ feet long, 5 feet 7 Inches around the body, utid 3 feet 7 inches high. - -A cow belonging to Mr. Clinton Togel, living near Macungic, Lehigh county, gave birth to twin calves last week, one weighing llxty-scvcn tind tho other flfty-nino pounds. They me allyo and hearty. The Indiana Farmer says that ns an evi dence of tho greatly increased i...

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. — 28 February 1880

Advertising Rates. We desire It to be distinctly understood tat no advertisements will bo Inserted In ,tk .columns of ThkCarbos AovoOAinth may be received from unknown parlies or firms unless accompanied by tbo cash. The followlhg aro our only terms t liSltBQOAnit (10 MUM)) One year, ach inscrtion..iuii i 1 J Bis months, each Inscrtlori... 15 cts. Thrco months, each Insertion.!......... iv s. Less tbanllirde months, first Insertion each subsequent Insertion ZS e. Iidcal notices 10 ccnU ir line. U. V. MORTHIMEIt) Publisher. A. J 3Mfosser? Manufacturer of anfl Dealer in STOVES, RAMES AP HEATERS, Tin ana Sheet-Iron Ware ani General Honse FnrnisMng Goods. ltOOFIKCl niirt SPOUTIKCJ dono at short notico and at Lowest Cash Trices. . inmthenthnrlied ont for th Bale of tlio following PIllsT-CLABS BroVJiS THE SILVBR A GOLD MfcDALCOOK, THE M0IITUOU8E COOK, THE MAYFLOWER HANGE. THE S1JNSIIINH ItANdEand IheNIiW ANCHOtt IIKATETt, and am Selling them VERY CHEAP tor t'oah. l.vervklndof STOvTTo It A...

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. — 28 February 1880

' . V. MOTItIMJm-r K&tTOtl v LKIIiailTON.l'A.l BATUKDAY. FEBrtUARY 28, 1860. sires tire really Imperilled by the growth of llto third Urm movement. Men talk of the iwssibltity of Grant ngaln occupying tbo Wliltc House with baled breath. In the presence of an Impending calamity llko this they Bay that the Democracy must act with full prudence and foresight. It Is unquestionably true tbat Mr. Tildcn lias more friends than enemies among tho leading Democrats who have gathered here It Is worthy of nolo, however, that his friends are divided into two cliques. There SFEC1AL CORRESPONDENCE, Erie county has not had a Congressman since the expiration of the term of Elijah Babbitt, In 18(13. The nomination has gone to the other two counties In the district Warren and Venango, elnco that time) this, are those who aro for Tildcn first, last, and too, when Krlo has an excess over the other all the tlmc,and thcro are others wuo, while counties of 1 .fit lu votlne population. Tho they aro frie...

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. — 28 February 1880

THIS PAPER rSPJJE Miiku iwri lamer HiifMD Where ADVKUTI8INO COM TAACTS maybe made for , 10 hpnr street, MWYORK. to CStovluw gnomic. SATURDAY FFMlVARY 28, 1880. Local and Personal. to sunscitiHKns. Subscribers will pleaso refer to the direc tion tain on their popcri, by to doing they will be nble to see whctlier they are square on our books or not, tbui i John FiUwIlliam mr8 7 Shows that the subscription has been paid up tfll March 8th, 1879, and consequently there fsonedollarcluousontlie present year, which ran will please remit, or $1.2J will be charged If we have to send bill. The hens ro doing their duty again, and eggs are plenty. It is reported that a woolen mill is to be started at Nazareth. A post office Is to be established at Trcichler's, in Northampton county. It is reported that a cotton mill is to be erected at Bethlehem in the near iuture. The fall fair at Ambler Tarlt will be held from the 21st to the 24th or Sept. 300 boxes West's Vegetable liver Tills for sale at Dur...

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. — 28 February 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. Treatment of CntnrrK 0. B. Bolhwell, Esq.,of BrccVcnridgoIo., gives the following concerning his treatment for catarrh, and the results t Last year I iost two fina Vermont rams with catarrh in the head. Last fail I had 2 more valuable rams afflicted iu the same Way, serio'usf y, so that I expected to lose them, but I finally cured both of them. I will state the remedy to you in plain tern i Of a surgeon I got a small sized trephine and a syringe lull would hold one gill of water. I had a man to lay tho cheep down and hold him firmly. I then cut the wool off the forohead, and with a sharp knife cut through tho skin of tho forehead to tho skull, raising up n piece of tho skin one inch long and nearly as wide, but leaving it fast at tho upper end. This cutting should bo dono about one inch from the horn, and a littlo to one side of tho middle of tho faco. Turn up ,llio kin that is cut loose, place the trephine 'on the skull, turn it gently back and forth un til the pie...

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 March 1880

Advertising Rates. We desire Ik to bo distinctly understood hat no advertisements will bo Inserted In tho columns of TiibOahbos AdvooatkUj may bo received from unknown parties or Arms unless accompanied by tho Cash. The following aro our only terms t OHK SQUARK (10 LINKS), One year, cacli Insertion. Jj Blx months, each Insertion 15 cu. Three months, oach Insertion ow. Loss than throo months, first Insertion $1 j each subsequent Insertion cu. Local notices 10 cents per line. II. V. MOimilMER, Publisher. A. !- Siossei'j Manufacturer ot and Dealer in stoves, mm m bis, tan and Meet-Iron Ware and General House FnrnisMng Goods. ROOFIKO nnil SI'OUTINO done at short notice and nt Lowest Cash Trices. I am the authorized nset for Ilia Bate of tho lollowlni FIIIST-CLASS HIOVES TU15 SILVER & GOLD AIBDAL COOK, THE LI0HTHOU8H COOK. THE MAYFLOWER KASOE, THE SUNSHINE RANGE and ThoNEW ANCHOR HEATER, and am Selling tbeni VEHV CHEAP tor Casta. lwerr kind of RTO VEO II ATES and FIRE BRICKS kept con...

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 March 1880

n. y. MoiuniMi:u, EDITOIt LKIIIOtlTON.VA.I 8ATUHDAY, MAI1C1I0, 18S0. Tins public debt statement, issued Mon day, shows a decroaso of $5,672,1)1!) since February 1st Tlio Mill cost of tlio Mrooklvn Bridge, cross tlio East River, at Kcw York, Is set down at $ll,IS3,070 to date. Tlio "Iron Ago," In explaining tlio ab normal lucrcaco In tlio Jnira of nails, duo primarily to tlio great demand caused by an incieaso in bitlldlnj; operations nnd tbo fntt that stocks bad .been allowed to get to a low point, says that Ibeio Is no dreud of foreign Importations to bear tlio market. "Nnlls made abroad could not bo sold in this market; they could not even bo given away except as scrap." That is an extra ordinary osscrtlon.but doubtless true enough, for American nails arc certainly very much superior to those mado in Europe. Tlio machines that runko them aro wondorful pieces of mechanism, and woro among the most curious exhibits in Machinery Hall during the Centennial. THE IWmit MONtU'OI.Y. Tlio J...

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 March 1880

THIS PAPERranrrnbo - T . . i..aA( rt wmnrn Htrsnf paper Advertising lliiimu, 10 N Til ACTS may t made tor It In Canton gilmcivte. 8ATURDAY, MARCH 0, 18S0V Local and Personal. TO S11ISCKi"IH:US. Subscribers will lea60 refer to tlio dlrcc lion tabs on their papers, by so doing they will bo able to sco whether they nro square on our books r not, thus i John Fitzwllliam mar8 70 Shows that the srtbicription has been paid up till March 8th, 1870, and consequently thcro isonedollarduousontho present year, which you will please remit, or $1.21 will bo charged if wo havo to send bill. Strawberries sell at 40 cents per quart In tho Philadelphia markets. In spring the Lehigh Telegraph lino will be extended to Slotingtoit. Tho vernal equinox falls oil Sunday, March 21st, when spring commences. Soft and stiff hnts, lightweights, at Jos. llandwerk's Mauch Chunk, at light prices. Locusts nro to visit us next summer, in accordanco With a long established custom, in swarms. Cot. E. L. Drake, tho dis...

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 March 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. XIirilONFYKXTllACTOII. To old bee-keepers wo expect this will bo "a twice lolil laic." "Still, perhaps, many readers cf tho Uural nro not aware that tliero Is a machine that will take tho honey from tho comb, without Injury to cither comb or honey. Tho common way a few years ago was to brimstone, tho hecs, and luko tho comb, honey, heo-hrcad and alt, and strain tho conglomeration. This nntlquo method gave a mixture that was very unpalatable, as it contoined not only honey, but was really o compoundof pollen, bce-stlngsjuico of young bees, wax, and besides oil this it waJ highly colored and scented by old dlity comb. It is easy to judgo how unbcalthful lioney obtained in this manner must be. Wo oro induced to writo on this subject for tho benefit of thoso who aro unacquainted with ths extractor, and also to show what an excellent artlclo of food puro honey is. Tho honey extractor was Invented eomo years ago by Kerr Von Ilruschka, a German resident of Venice, Italy. 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. — 13 March 1880

iMJtii'J.!jimM y". Tho Carbon Advooalo, Advertising Mo$. k tttufkmt tttf tit HHf nAVn't" t h l0t,iMH, HH I ,ft , ttmiii , iimttmti tt, w. d.A U In In. AltlmHt im hi -fMwvM win Htmttt4 tk M twA 'ttf' tmm ktHHtDktkm iiti y.i&i' I m t tmtk Vinn h h i,- OTIOTSW--"! tad Lit My.," $i ,00 a fmr tt PdA in AAmm, kimtti' i ah i .mutt,,, utm tm tkt i ttf mtm il HI .. j liffcr- jitjfiA'"'fc ''a ,I,.AAI I ' km " &iSi.tt.mmm'mtum'.JiHeiiM r-u . in i mflpf I1 MP. m4MMW, tumid tatAHtt , nmwjii kw-annHi'ktik MiH&lVh1 tiiH"fVl'l ivi'iPt, Hit A Imjtttft " ' M' I'kttHlittO J thfrni'l. 1ft l IFJTIBm 'J"r r rr". r HHiHltlllK inmill! MUitM lot 'tamAM Si kMitllM, MKHM AtHOUA'tr, J UHIUllifJittiJAi tiAhliM, hil l, HtUHH, i, man umm, mm umm, btkiMiOklii, ' DOMES' miupm tun, ii.t. if, biMmti ma tut ft tit UVHtHtHU lit i rtw lWfffl ft ft mUtmii-iin- tfftM m tin ,1. k V: Pkrf-llM I'JWIO J him ilhmK Unit litbl4l liK'i i( fmr li irisfHl nmmmmmWjr-j. f a IM totHt umm MMf M tKTti 'Mia 4mm hi HHtHt. m Mf...

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 March 1880

It. V. MORTHISIBR, I.EI11UUTON, I'A.I SATURDAY. MAItCUl 3, 1880. Thcro will be (v meeting oftlio Demo cratic Stnlo Cnnmiitlco nt tho Mnnongnlicl.i House, Pittsburg, on Thursday, tlio IBlh dny of March, 1RE0, tit 3 o'clock p. in., to fix the time nnd place fur tho meeting of the Democratic Sto'o Convention. A very dangerous counterfeit one hun dred dollar note on tho Pittsburg Notional Bank of Commerce, of Pittsburg, Pa., was recently detected nt tlio National Dank Re demption Agency. It puriwrU to be oftlio "series of 1 875," having tho ecalhvped seal Instead oftlio old seal with Kilnts,nnd bear ing tbo words "series of 1871" across tho face in red ink. It Is printed on an imitation of the fibre-paper, fihd is tho first counterfeit which has appeared on this scries of Nation al bank notes. It bears tho signatures of John Allison, Register oftlio Treasury, and John C. New, Treasurer of the United States. It Is reported fiom Panama that, "tho arrival in Managua is announced of Don J. ...

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 March 1880

0 MT)ADPDmr be fonnrt on Hie at GEO, riirjll V. MOWKLTj A CO'8 News. paper Advertising Hiifeati, 10 r-ptneo Mreet, wnore adviuitihino com T HALTS mar bo rondo lor It In SATUnDAY, MARCH 13, 18S0. Local and Personal. to suiiscnincics. Subscribers will please refer to the direc tion tain on their papers, uy so uoing tney will be able to see whether they are square on our books or not, tuus i John Fltswilllam mar 8 TO Shows that the subscription has been paid up till March Bill, 1879, and consequently there itonndollardueuson the present year, which you will please remit, or $1.21 will bo charged II we nave to sona uiii. Coal has advanced 21 cents per ton. All kinds of dry goods nro going up in price. The druggists hare a run on cough syrup. Fine gold and silver watches at E. II. Ilohl's, Mauch Chunk. And now Nararcth is to havo a news paper. Soft and sll(T hats, light weights, at Jos. Handwork's Mauch Chunk, at light prices. Moving day April 1st falls on Thurs day this year. The price ...

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 March 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. IWlWiAUwj!iifiii FAIt.1I KOTKS. A Rending grocer lias n 'well jircserrcd apple eTg1ilycar8 T. h. Miller, of Hoecher, 111., recently old Ihrco Hereford lulls for $12,000, to go to Colorado. i Col. Dneliradf, bulclicr nt Easton, llio Other Jay slaughtered A hog that weighed 710 jwunds, dressed. TlitS Maino StatqCollego farm lias paid its way tho current Tcar Kid earned about $200 morn than Its expenses. When a hows fulls on tho froren ground ii blanket should ht placed under his feel, so that ho can get up without slipping. Tho California olive will eventually sur pass tho best produced in Finnre or Spain It is even now larger and of better flavor. A cow belonging to Mr. Charles Bhipc, of Eirclirunvlilo, Chester county, recently gave birth to a calf without a tail. Oilier Tf iso.tho animal was iierfect. Simon J. Diller, ol IIanover,hr.sa mon ater Poland-China hog weighing over 050 pounds. It is said to bo tho largest hog over raised in Southern Pennsylvania. Oregon fa...

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 March 1880

II Advertising Rates. The Carbon Advocate. An Independent Family Newspaper Published every SATURDAY, In Lchigliton, Carlmn Co., To., by ic. It tt V V MoTiTiiiiti r.n, Omra-UA tiVAY. n shoit dls'euce above tho I.chlRlt Volley 11. It, Depot. Terms: $1.00 pcrvAiiiinm iu Aflrance. EVBIIT DESCIUITIOS OPTLA1X AND FAKCT J" oTd Printing AT VE11V LOW rillOF.S, We desire It to bo distinctly understood hut no advertisements will bo Inserted In ho columns of Tits Carbon Advocate tli may bo received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by the cash. The following are our okly terms i 0.1 S SQUARK (10 usr.s), One year, each insertion 1" cts. Bix months, each insertion IS cts. Three months, each insertion 20 cts. Less than three months, first Insertion $1 1 cacli subsequent Insertion 2S cts. 'Local notices 10 cents per lino. H. V. MORTHIMER, Publisher. H. V. Mortiiimer, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT-" Live and Let Live." 51.00 a Year if Paid in Advance VOL. VIII., No 17. LEIIIGHTON, CARBON CO...

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 March 1880

fctITOR LKUIOHTON. PA.I BATUMUY. MA lint, Si), 18G0. Qoldtn Ihrys, for Boys and Oitl, is tlio title of a rn-w cunilMatc for public f.tvir. II l neatly prmUsI (in good Jwpcr, and eon taint Id pages of cliolro stories, sketches, unles, and humorous matter. From a Jterusal of the ItVo first number, fte.'d'o Hot liositnto U Wctlriiiriehil il to 'dllr readers, as llng a paper gotlcii up rtllli great 6ir,ainl just the thing to furriisll Id tlis J'ollng folks for Instruction ami dlliris'iillKnt. Buliscrlfi lion fS (icr yiiArj JSnics Klverson,IiblUlicr, R. W. cor. of Blh ntid Wutt streets, Phila delphia, I'd. "Tile V. Y. Journal nf (imnurrt prints an interesting tabular review tl lust year's export movement. It appears from the fig ures that iu 1379 the people of this country shipped through the port of New York to foreign consumers $72,271,179 worth of wheat, f 18,284,039 worth of corn, $2,172,372 of rye, il92,629 of oats, $05,970 worth of barley, $21,016,726' Worth of wheat flour, $127,49...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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