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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 20 March 1880

flffi may Vo found on M rtlo nt Ufo. I. H Koitill & CoV Ilurertii (10 spruce KewrHprr Allien Mnft Htire ),wlifrciuivi-i. ffsinitcuiitineUinity be tuado lor it iu SAT?RffnX MARCH iiTlS80. Local and Personal. TO SUUSCItlllUUS. Subscribers will ploaso refer lotlio airtc (ion tabs on their papers, by .so tiding, Uiey will bo nblo lo sco whether they are squaro on our boons r 1101, tnus : John Filiwllllam mar8 79 Shows that the subscription has been paid up till March 6th 1879, ami consequently (l.ero Ijoneilnllnrilueuson tho prewntyenr, which you will please remit, or$1.2J will bo charged if wo nave to send urn. Thero aro at present 307 Inmates in Ihb iforlhainfloS fcbtihty' dims house. Soft and ellffliats, light weighty nt.Tnf. Handwork's Mauch Chunk, nt lijrjit prices. It is reported by secret service deWltvcB that a counterfeit letfil Render nolo is In circulation, dated 186, cheek niarH C. Constables elected at tho February election servo one. month less than n year, their term ...

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 March 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. FAUN kotus. Tlio peach, .trees' aro ImJdlrjg In Dela ware. TIio fowl houso snould bo warm, yet Tcnttlatcd. Keep your fowls under as even lem perulure ns possible. Kggs for sitting, should bo from healthy adult birds, not reTatcd. - Ashes or aaltpetrc, If applied in time, wilt bold the onion maggot tn check. tn several counties of this ljtalo ihe farmers are preparing for spring work. Up in Somerset county the tobacco rais ers are getting ready to sow tobacco seed. The Fall Fair of tlio Delaware Agricul tural Society will bo hold during the lust week in September. It is reported that tho iil7 loss to the inhabitants of tho city of Now York from adulturated milk amounts to $10,000. In Lehigh county snakes crawled out of their holes last week to enjoy the sun shine. Those that were seen never went buck. The faris docicly of Agriculturists wants a 10 per cent, duty laid on agricultural pro duce for tho protection of French farmers. Adolphus McNilt.of Armagh township, Mi...

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 March 1880

Advertising Rates. We desire It to bo distinctly understood that no advertisements wilt bo Inserted In the columns of Thr Gardon Advocate that may be received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by the, casu. The following aro our oxly terms : ONE SQUARK (10 LINKS), One year, each insertion 10 cts. Blx months, each Insertion 1' cts. Three months, each insertion 20 cts. Loss thah three months, first insertion $1 ; each subsequent insertion 25 cts. Local notices 10 cents per lino. M. V. MORTHIMER, Publisher. A. J. lIosser9 Manufacturer ot and Dealer In STOVES, RANGES AND HEATERS, Tin ani Sheet-Iron Ware and General House Ftimsbing Goods. IIOOFINO nntl srotrTHVR done at short notice aud at Lowest Cash Trices, I am theanthnnzed aaortforthoSalo ot the follonln FIRST-CLASS STOVES THE SILVER GOLD MEDAL COOK, THE LIGHTHOUSE COOK, THE MAYFLOWER HAVOC, THE SUNSHINE RANGE nnd "IhoNEW ANCHOR HEATER, and am Selling them VEtlV CHEAP lor Oah. Xverrklndof BTOVISO HATES and FIRE (MUCKS ...

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 March 1880

IJlw telicw Start. EDITOR LP.UIGMTON.rA.! SA'TUUDAYi MAnClI, 27, 1880. ; -- ? rnymcnl of (Tie tSnujirtii iluo April 1 on (lit) consoli'rtnteil first tnarlg'tgo bonds of the Central Ruilroait Company of Jfcir Jersey Is nAvcrllzctl by tlio rccoivor. This Will bo tho flivt wymful ul Interest on lliosa bonds since 1876. Democratic Stale Conventions will bo lieM as follows ! Nebraska. ...SInrcli 3l'VlrClnlit May 19 Iowa , i. April t lCanins MayMS Louisiana April 11 Soullitlnrollnajuno 1 Texas. .. t ,. .April !' Alabama .luno 2 Pennsylvania. Aiiril28(Ark.tias .luno 2 Ulilo Atay C Tonnesseo .luno 8 Wlioonalii ....May 18 Indiana June 9 New Jcjrsey. . . .May 10, Kentucky Juno 17 Tho value of tho merchandise liiiinrtcd nt Xew York fur the weeh ending lust Sat urday, wus $11,724,181, being $1,(148,5(11. in execs, ul tho iiiuount for tlio saino week of 1870, and $1,048,167 moro tlio n in 1S78. Tho total value of Importations nt this port this year now amounts to $105,153,914, or $40,213,831 mor...

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 March 1880

:'.tjssjiir. tH7jjsjijuijiJWjai this m?m ssj5S newsnniwr AJtertlitiff Hutch, (10 Npnieo rureo'),w..re.uivi-i. titttittimtinctfhni) p iumuo lor SATUIIDAY, JIAJICH 27, 18S0. Local and Personal. to si)iisciiiiii:k. i Subscribers will plcaso. refofjulho direc tion Intis on their iHjr9t liy so doing they $111 ,b uhlo Iosco whether they nro square tin our books ar not, thus! John Filswilllam lii'nrS ft Shows that lhesnbcriition Tin's liocn paid tip till Mnrrli Mil, 1871I, nmUcnn-eqiiently there Umii'dollnriluouson the present yenr. Which you will please rtmJt, or 1.2; will bo I'linrgeil If wo hnvo to send bill. Easier Sunday (tn-morrdw.) Counly nuils nro in a very bdd condi- ''""' . 1 , ' i There tiro no vacant liousoS now in Allentnwn. Tho Slemton car shops tiro tunning night and day. -Strikes aud tho runmis of strikes are continually ou the incrensj. The boatman's horn Is now again to be heard along tho Lehigh canal. Tho riiojnlx Irdli Compiiiy, flt riicc lixvillf, now employs 2,200 men...

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 March 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. flic Vnluo ot Ituc (u Agriculture, American Beo Journal, A German society publishes tho following highly Interesting entlitistlc.il data referring Ui the Indirect utility of bees: "H has ever been ono of tho objects of nil agricultural fO' cicties to prove the great importance of bees to agricuUnro generally. It' appears that the society named possesses 1T,000 hives, from each of which 10,000 bees fly out rial ly,'Whlch represent a total of 170,000,000 of bees. If wo suppose that each beo under takes but four journeys per day, unci that this lakes place only on 1 00 days out nf the 385, then wo obtain n yearly total of 0,800, 000,000 of bee-journeys. It Is not loo much to.supposo that fifty flowers aro visited on each journey, and wo aro certainly justified In supposing that five out of theso fifty nro fertilized; then wo get a grand total of 356,000,000,000 of fertilized flowers per year, Let the Value of fertilizing 5.000 blossoms bo but on? pfeuning (or 500,000 f...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 3 April 1880

Advertising Rates. We desire It to bo distinctly understood ihit no advertisements will bo Inserted In tho columns of Tim Carbon Advocate that may bo received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by tuo cash. The following aro our only terms i ONE 8QUARK (10 LINES). One year, each Insertion 10 cts. o:. oriMi inaortlnn 15 CtS. Three months, each insertion 20 cts. Lcsi than three months, lirsiinscmuu $1 each subsequent insertion 25 cts. Local notices lu conn iki II, V. MOItTHIMER, rubljsher. A. 1. MLossor? Manufacturer pt and Dealer In STOVES, RAMES AHD HEATERS, Tin ana Sheet-Iron Ware ani General House Jrnisning Goods. ntiOtlTifi aua sroUTlMJ done at Short notice-nnd at Lowcbi unsn prices. I am the anthonzed aaont for the Snlo ot tho toJlMueIST.CLAH3 sroVliS- TaiSHliJVKff & qotTn misdalcook. vniPiJi'iiTiioysE cook. " hi TWJflXvi'i.pM'jiinitA.J'on, TH.13 HUN8IHNE ItANOEand TTheHKV ANCHOn HKATEtl, and am Selling them VE BY C'HEA P lor Cadi. l.TcrroVof STOVE ORATES and F...

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. — 3 April 1880

Win tobon f$lvM.rte. n. v. MottTitiMEn, . . . KI,tT0Il btSHIIlllTON. I'A.! SATURDAY. APHtli, .1, I8S0. lion. Jacob Kline, who was Associate Judge of Schuvlklll county from 1673 to 1878, died suddenly Monday morning, aged 82 years. -tn order to fjcilltnto tho circulation of the silver coin now accumulating in the Treasury, it Is stated In a telegram from Washington that Secretary Slicrmati and Postmaster-General Key havo decided that four hundred Jiouiid packages of silver dol liirs con hcreaPcr bo transmitted lln-ough tho mails freo of cost, except thonnymculof a registry feo. - Tho following Is a statement of the United States curieney outstanding at this date: Old demand notes, $01,103; legal ten der notes, all Issues, $310,081,010; une year notes of 1803, $47,153; two year notes or 1803, $13,000; two year coupon notes of 1803, $23,330; compound Interest notes, $217,340; fractional curieney all issues, $ 1 3,025,3 0 1 .33. Tot.il, 1362,00S,337.33. The old Irlguto Constellation, wh...

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. — 3 April 1880

ai jdso) mnj bo found on Hie nt Of. I'. lUnvn.L A Co Huron n (10 Ppmce fllrr'),wlicrciuivp. Itinrrtittinetai?injr bo wolo lor it in BATimtMY, ArRIIi 3, 180. Local and Personal. TO HUII8CKIIII2US. Subscribers will pleaws refer to llio direc tion tabs nn their )MKjr9, by so doing they will bo able to seo whether they are square on our books .ir not, thus : John Fitzwllllam iimrS 70 Bhows that the subscription has been paid np till March Mb, 1870, and consequently there Isonmlollartlueus on the present year, which you will ploaso remit. or$1.2i will be charged if wo have to send bill. Win. R. Ilex Jell for Minnesota on Monday l.itt. Bethlehem's school debt Is $51,000, all In 6 er scut, bonds. Consuleroblo building will be done at CafoSAtiqua the coming sirininer. Mrs. DoTschirschsky moved into tho slore on 2d street last Thursday. A full llnenf thb of the latest novelties In Rents' furnishing goods and neck wear at T. D. Clams', very cheap. All tho latest things In stationery may be fo...

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. — 3 April 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. Prncltcnl IIIiiIh fnr April. BiRt.iv. A fiuo condition of tho soil is Indispensable for this crop. Old barley grow ers know all about this, but many want to grow barley bccauso It is n profitablo crop when successful. It will succeed In any good, well prepared soil, but a mellow clay loam which can be brought to good tilth is to lie preferred. Dut good crops of bright grain may bo grown on lighter loams If In good heart. It may bo made an excellent soiling crop to follow clover,and as a change from oats. Wo prefer to sow thickly, say 21 bushels per acre, but opinions vary in this respect, and from 1 i to 21 bushels is tho range. Oats. Early sown oats in our hot clim ate are, as a rule, better than the Into sown Our climate is not so favorable for oats as the cooler northern nud northeastern ones. There oats are heavy and plump; and eccd from Canada, Novu Scotia, and New Bruns wick will produce well for two or three years. By using seed from theso northern localities...

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. — 10 April 1880

Advertising Rates. We dcalro it to bo distinctly understood that no advertisements wilt bo Inserted In ho columns of Trie Carhoh Adtooatb that may be received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by tho cash. The following are our oxly terms! OSK SQUAItK (10 USES), One year, each insertion J" "J". Blx months, each insertion 15 cts. Three months, each Insertion 20 cts. Less than thrco montlfs, first Insertion . $1; each subsequent Insert mi 25 cts. .Local notices 10 cents jer line. II. V. MORTH1MKK, Publisher. M nnnf acturor of and Dealm in STOVES, RAKfiES AND HEATERS, Tin aM Siieet-Irou fare ana General House Furnishing Goods. ItOOriNO nml Sl'OUTINO done at short notico and at Lowest Cash Trices. X am the nnttmmpfl age t inrttinFalo nf tue tollowln" KIRST-CLAhli dfOVKH TI1E 8ILVWI & OOI.D .UBUALCOOK, THE LOlt rltOUSE COOK. T1IK M AVFLOWr.n HA VOU, THE BUNHIINK llANQUani) 1 ho NEW ANCHOR IlUATETt. andnm Selling them Vlt'tV ilIHA " lor LMsh. .Yervk!ndof S10VJ5 OBATBS 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. — 10 April 1880

, '..IIGUTON I'A.I RWriill.VY, APRIL, 10, t30. Colonel Henry L. 0.lcc, of Schuylkill county, who wns a strong Grccnbncker less than a year ago, has gone Into tha Ropubll can camp, and will bo ncandldalo before tlio next Republican Congressional Convention In that county. Oenern) James L. lloynnlrls died at bis residence In Lancaster, Tiicsd.1v morning, In bis i2d year. Ho was ft native of that city, and graduated from Marshall College. Ho was admitted to tho practico of law In 18U, and entered tho lato war as a private. At Its termination ho wns Quarter master General of this e-tale, and was a member of tho Pennsylvania Constitutional Conven tion of 1872 as a representative at largo to that body. Some leading Iron companies of this Stalo have suddenly reduced tho pricoof pig iron nine dollars a ton, "gray forge" being sold atjnoud better grades 1 high er. This reduction amounts to over twen-ty-tn-n per cent., and has been made to put an end, if possible, to heavy Importations of pig...

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. — 10 April 1880

aa4HUn my bo found on Mo nt Uro. I. llowii.1. (t CoV NcwMwncr A.Ucrllstnir- Hurcim U iPtiic fttr'),whcreHilTii. tlrincuiiitmctauiiijr be taade lor it in E SATURI7AY, APRlIi 10, 1B80. Local and Personal. RSlfMf you receive your Advocate in a dlue wiiaiteh, it is a succcstion that, if you expect Vo receive the paper sumiay morning, April 41b, isso, or con- lfnnftn mv ami.. . tlln 'ption, Id I.I. 371b year. At the age of '"""""i " . , .,, 12 years lie was ronvcrll and unito.1 with amount (lUC, Which yOU Will the M. E. church. Ho loved Methodism, SCC bv the dilCCtioil tab.' YOU and'preached her doctrines, when hli health ... J . ... . M.l,,A.l r- 1!..! 1VI,nn tu ill mn v n hvnr IV nttpnrl. !"'" '"-"i""'" to this matter wc need to nwiiscitinEits. Subscribers will pleaso rcrer to the dlree tlon tabs on their .paiers, by so doing they w 111 be able to sco whether they are square on our books or not, thus : John1 FilawlHlam mar8 79 Shows that the subscription lias been paid up till March fi...

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 April 1880

,''.Lii'..-J..' i m i jjin.".'. . a.li xi.i r i.COLGMN. iViiini rioxsis. Tho farm products of Illinois for 1R70 amounts to $200,000,000, eai.l tn Iio double tho products of nil the gold nnd silver mines in tho UnltcJ Stales. At a Into meeting of tlio Ohio VTnol Growers' Amnrintlun resolutions vrvte passed recommending curly, shearing of llio s lite) without washing. , Culifomiii has a seeding opnlo refeiii blirJg llio Bcllcfloivor in outside pppmrnnoe, but Willi a flesh of benulimlrojc-piult striped with yellow. It Is of lair size and pleasant ly tart. A correspondent of nn Eastern pi per writes: "Last seafon I kept tho slriped bugsj from my rucumbers by Kituraling nsliis with kerosene nnd applying a handful on li lull." The "Grain Cleaner" suggests to millers using any kind of separating machines hav Ing reciprocating sieves or shakers) to sec that tho machine, Is "braced up," well before making complaint on scoro of ineffici ency. A vthniblo hint. A man stopping his paper wrolo 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. — 17 April 1880

WI9ertising Rates. Wo dosire It to bo distinctly understood hat no advertisements wilt bo Inserted in li columns of The Cabdox Advocate that may bo received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by tho oAsn. The following aro our oslY terms! 'oSE 8QUARK (10 USES), One ycar,each Insertion...... lOcts. 6ix months, each Insertion... lacts. Threo months, each Insertion 20 eta. Less tbarfthrco months, first insertion $1 1 each subsequent insertion 25 cts. Local notices 10 cents rr lino. II. V. MORTHIMER, Publisher. M anutacturcr of and Sealer In STOVES, RAHGES AND HEATERS, Tin ana Sheet-Iron Ware and General House Ftiraisning Goods. V ttOOFIlVn nnil Sl'OUTINfi dono at short notice and at Lowest Cash Trices. I am the anlhnrizpa agent for ttio Bale ol the loilowinit first-class srovus- THI5 SILVEIl & GOLD MEDAL COOK, TUB LIGHTHOUSE COOK. TUB MAYFLOWER RANGE, THE SUNSHINE RANGE and Tho NEW ANCHOR HEATER, and am Selling tbeni VER V CIIEA P tor Cash. P verv kind of KTOviTonATF....

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 April 1880

Witt (Zmlm Mxmis, H. V. M011TII1MKH, Milton m:iiiuiiton, i'a.i SaTUMDAYi APRIL-, 17, 1860. The severest enrlliqunlto In Saw Frnn Hseo for rcvcrsl yonrs was cxperionceil thcro Wednesday afternoon tit five minulcs just ono o'clock. The niollon was vortical, nml buildings roclteil vlilbly, (ho Nerndn block apparently swaying a foot, frdtii llio perpen dicular, but no furious damage Is reported. Mr. Win. H. Komble, having rcconsitl ercd llio rash rcsolroor tho 111 advised coun eel that controlled his action for tho last two weeks, found It expedient to try to do, on the 12th of April! " hat would Imvo been far wiser If done on tho 29th of Mnreli, the day fixed In his original bail bond, Ho started from Atlantic City on n morning trulu Monday, to go through to ltanisburg, with the view of having Ills ball renewed at once, as In llio cases of Salter, PetrolTnnd the other defendants. But, accord ing to tho news from Harrisburg, tho machinery did not work as smoothly this time as on the for...

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 April 1880

Mi may be found on file nt 0 so. I'. llowat.i.' Co Newspaper Ailterlliinit Bureau (10 Hpriice Saturday, TrhYiTri, isso. Local and Personal. to suiisckibehs. c..i..!i.na m!H rdffmn refer lo the d .. . ! ..... I... ia1 nninff 111 lion tttos on llieir jrai";ia, .... will bo olio to sco whether tliey are square on our DOOM or irec- cy John Fitiwllliam mnrS 79 tly roar, bo Shows tlirt the subscription hns been paid ... .in Wl-I. Uk latft nii.T fntiifnllnntlv UP llll Juurcn nui, ioii (here isoneilollariluousontlio present ye which yon will please remit, or$1.2i will . I f I , I I. Ml cnargcii n wo navo ,u "ilouss cleaning of nil sorU now annoys the patient Won of family. A number of new dwelling house are In course of erection at Btomton. 'NV'hitcwasli your fences and outhouses, and.thcrcby beautify your homes. There are some prospects of a boiler shop bclnc, started In South Bethlehem this aprinjr. Mr, Simon Kline, bricklayer, of Read ing, has contracts on hand already for one million 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. — 17 April 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. (From the April American Agriculturist.) rrull finrilcn. Ci'rhaxts and Goossdf.brif.3. Prune at once any tliat bavo been omittcilj abundant manuring mid tnulcblng will Increnso tlio tlieoflhe crop and tbo fruit. So soon as tlio leaves aro of much size tlio "norms' mav bo expected. Examlno the under sur face of the lower leaves for tbn eggs, and destroy all tliat aro found. When holes ore seen in the leaves apply White Hellebore, either sprinkled dry or mixed In water, a tnblespoonful or so to a paillul of water. It is better to first ecjIiI tho Hellebore with a little boiling water before adding it to the pail containing tho cold water. Keep stirred. Asr-AluuM. Tho old ideas about tho el aborate preparation for ail asparagus bed aro out of date) it Is as easy to malio a bed for asparagus as almost any other plant,and nothing pays any belter for tho Hlllo trouble. Bet tho new beds soon as the plants can be had, giving It a generous manuring, and putting tho crowns ab...

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 April 1880

Advertising Rates. 3 wo desire 11 to DO uisiincuy uuunuu i(at nodvertiseincnts will bo Inserted In lib columnt of The Carboh Advocate that i . . It .1 ,i t 1 1 1 may be received from unknown partlos or firms unless accompanied by the oasii. The following are our ohl terms! flftl 8QUARK (la LIMES), One year, each insertion. m 10 cts. Bix monthseach inscr.loni.i..m 15 ct. Three months, each inscTlfoft.o 20 cts. Lcssthanthreomontlis.flrstlnsertion $1 j cncrTBubsequctil Insertion 25 cts. Local notices 10 cents per line. it V.'MOIITHIMER, Tublisher. , s- A. ! WtOSJSOPj Mahutaeturer of ana Dealer In STOVES, MES AND HEATERS, Tin and fct-fcun Ware and General Honso fMiM Goods, UOOl'lNn niul SPOWriNO done at short notico and at Lowest Cash Prices. lam the nntlinntefl agent for the Sale ot tho oiiowin first-class aroviis- Tni3 SILVEIt & GOLD MEDAL COOK, Till! LIOHTHOUSE COOK. THE M AYl'LOWEll RANGE, THEUNSIIINI5 RANOEnnd IhoNEVANdtOP. HEATER, and am Selling thCta VERV CHEA P tor C'osli. P...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 24 April 1880

H.V MOItTIIIMKR-, . LKIUOIITON. tA?l SATOnOAY, Afnili, 24, tsSO. The 100th anniversary of the American Academy oTArlj nnt Sciences, will take place on the 26th or May next. The next total eclipse visible near the United Stales will be that of May 28, 1000, at 3 b'cloelt In tho afternoon. The central line of totality pass through Mexico, tho Azores an J Fgypt- Tho Democratic State Conventions of Texas and Vermont, wero held on Vcdncs- day, and resolutions adopted favoring tho nomination of Gen. W. 8. Hancock for President. Xctlt"boom"l Tho exports of domestic brcoilstufis from the United 8tales during March -last wero valued at $10,074,710, against $14,203,000 durjng March, 1879. The exports for tho nine months ending March 31st last wero valued at S182,0o3,220, ugalnst $132,032,530 for tho corresponding coriod of tho previous year. Tho llltlo town of Murslifielil, the cap! lol of Webster county, Missouri, situated about 33 miles northeast of Springfield, on the St. Louis nud San Fra...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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