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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 24 April 1880

1- ftf-i- may bo fnlnd on Hie nt Oro. I', llowitj, c CoV NwtMpcr Advertising Ilurcim (10 Pprueo Btrtt),wlitreiiilver. tUtnffcontrnoUtniijr lit mule tog It iu SATDnnA'V, AIR!Ir 24, 1R80. Local and Personal. ' to sunSfcitiuEiis. Subscribers tfrff please refer tollie direc tion tabs oh their papers, by so doing they will bo able to sec whether they are square on our books or not, thus ; John Fiitzwnifttn ninrS 70 Blinws thn'Uhe subscription hns been paid up till March 6th, 1878, and consequently lliere isonerlnllanlueuson tho present year; Which you will please remit, or $1.2J will be charged if w'e have tA send bill., Albert ftinkerj 6f Parry ville is Wanted bt this oflicc. Fix ftp yduf yards and gardens and iwhlte wosli your fences. "V". II. It." "(Jut of Style" Will ap pear in next week's Aovocatk. Another three days n week suspension In cool Bhlpmeuts until tho third of May, and then what? A full line' of the of the latest novelties In gents" furnishing goods and neck wear at T. D....

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 April 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. u&fftwly niMfOvrrcd Corcnl. A cored has been discovered in Western Kansas awl New Mexico that Is more nutri tious than corn, oats or rye, ami which will grow where other grains have withered and died. -from Mtfemo drouth. It is called EilTtlan corn, or pampas rice, and the seed is supposed to havo "been originally brought to the 0ntcd States from (Southern Kussia by the, Mennonite emigrants. Mr. Ilolllngs- wor.lfi,'of Chicago, tried it on a dry belt of ground 316 miles west of Kansas City, and oltliounh there had not even u drop of rain fell for eight months previous to the plauting and five weeks afterward, the seed germi nosed. FJro did not affect It, nnd it was as much, indifferent to rain as It was to heat. It grew as a stalk of corn and topped llko sofghuJnjjyhlch drooped over and the whole was a mass 9f grain. The yield wa3 sixty bushels to the acre and sixty pounds to the bushel. It is food for both man and beast, and the stalk makes an excellent fuel. A ...

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 May 1880

ntiiing Mes. We deiirBHt.to b distinctly understood hat no advertisements will bo Inserted In lie column's of Tut CIudox AnvooATK that may be received from unknown parties or firms unless' accompanied by the oisn. The following nro our osly terms I ,0!tE ISOBAR (10 lines), One year, tsach Insertion lOcts. Blx months, each Insertion... 4lScts. Three m6nths, each Insertion...- 20 cts. Loss than threo months", first Insertion $1 j each subsequent Insertion.... 25 cts. Local notices 10 cents per lino. II. V. MORTHIMER, Publisher. A. IK Mosscr? 1 attnfactnrer ot and Dealer In STOVES, RANGES AND HEATERS, Tin and ket-Iron Ware and General Honse Fnrhisning Goods. ItOOFlNO and SPOOTfllfO done at abort notice and at Lowest Cash Prices. T am the nnthontf d aaert for the Fate of the lollonln? FIim'.CLAHS 8 I'OVES THE SILVEIt A GOLD .MEDAL COOK, THE LI0HTII0U8E COOK. TIIEMAYFtOWEll HAN'tJH, THE 8UNHIIIN1S BANOEnnd HieNEV.'ANCIlOIl HEATER, and am Selllnft them VH ft V t'llEA r tor Cash. VverVliln...

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 May 1880

n. v. jior.-nmicn. F.DtTOn MUtlOIITON. I'A.I PATUHDAY, JIAY, 1, I860. It becatno apparent on Tuesday that William F. RumberRer, one of tlio defend auts sentenced Monday for corrupt solicita tion, wss acting In a strango manner. He was greatly agitated and lils mind seemed confused. Many of his friends who called Upon lil in noticed that when they entered Into conversation with tlio prisoner he would talk in an incoherent manner, and ramble from subject to subject, not speak ing a connected sentence in the course oi a talk of fifteen or twenty minutes. To ward night his condition became such that the warden sent for the prison physician, t)r. W. II. Kgle, who made an examination of ItumbcTger. This confirmed all liiathad been feared. The doctor found Kumbergcr In a greatly prostrated condition and Ms hiln'l seriously impaired. When lio at tempted to engage him In conversation llumbcrger would sayt "Lot's talk about my sentence." Immediatly ho would turn to another topic and address t...

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

THIS PAPER nnj be found on file jit .Ur.o. P. lloml.L tc Co'r Newspaper AdtcrtWnir Pnronil (10 Fprnce filiwO.wlieroitdver. tUtnircutitriictsmay kt uadt lot It in SATUntiAlC, MAT i880- Local and Personal. to stnscitiiinits. Suuserihers.Jyfll .please rr to the direction-tabs rtii their papers,' by so doing they will be able la tee whether tlicy ara square on our books or not, tuus I John Fitiwlll'lam mor8 79 ShdwiUitiLlliftsubsfiriptlnn lios been paid tin till Mkrch fith. lSiU. nnrl consequently there Isonndollarclueuson tho present year, wliich. you will please remit. ori.4.wm uo charged if wo Have 10 semi uiu. lint J and caiis, of newest styles, and in endless variety, at very low prices for cash, at T. D. Clause' merchant tailoring store It is a little too cool yet for tho tramp lo lodgo comfortably In a fenco corner. . Ai:1lcxr caused tlio death on Salur- day last of f hos. Herman, ot Bethlehem township, aged seventy-three years If you wantn nice smooth, easy shave your hair cut, ...

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. — 1 May 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. (JVom A American Agriculturist for May 1 ,) IIllilM ror .Mil)- Worh. May Is a very busy month, nmt thcro is en much work crowded into It that n fanner is l'i danger f being In n hurry.' Every hour of work should to so planned tliat it will tell most effectually, and this tequires consider able thought in otdcr tu do the most urgent and important work first, and leave undone those things which may be dona almost as tvcll byo und bye. As we sow so do wo rci and as this is the month of sowliie,t!io v now will In great mrasuro dctermlno what the liarvcsloftheycnrslinlllo. Keep push ing nil, but with a plan. Labor. It must be admitted by everyone familiar with farm work,tliat tho l.ibor prob lem is a difficult one, and it may fairly ,lrom its importance, claim the first consultation in deciding upon the pKiu of operations for tho year. Tho largest iosaiblo crops may not return a profit, if the labor in their pro duction lias not been well planned. One of the most I rn uo...

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. — 8 May 1880

Fdyentising Rates, JtWo' desire It to ba distinctly understood hot" no advertisements will be Inserted In lie columns of'TiiK Cardon ArVOtUm tliat may ,bo .received from unknown' parties or flrina unless accompanied by tho cash The'following are our dSfcf terms! ' ONI SQCAlth (10 LtSBS), One year, each Insertion.. .vi.i.i.h.i,.,. 10 cts. feix month's, each lnscrtioni.iin..i... 15 cts. Three months, each Insertion 20 cts. Lois than three mouths, first insertion $1 each subsequent insertion.!.. ... 25 cts. tocal'nottees 10 cents per line. II. V. MORTHI MER, Publisher. The Carbon Advoc? Art ttldVpendent Family Kewppar Published every bATURDAY, ll Lohlghton, Corhnn Co., Vi,, by IIAltRY V. ITIOItTIIlMKnl ornca-BANK. WAY, a short dlstnuco the LehlgU Valley It. II. Depot, Terms: $1,00 rcr Annum in AeItI H. V. MoirrniMEtt, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live ana Let Live.' SI. 00 a, Year if 'Paid in Advance. Brunt bceemtTioM or tlais akd paku T atoOPrinti: VOL. VIII., No. 24. LEHIGIITON, CA11BON ...

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. — 8 May 1880

n. V. MORTIIIMKn. KI11TOII t.RlttatlTON. I'A.l BATUUDAY. MAY, R, 1SS0. The public ilcbt statement for April thows a reduction of 412,078,070. Ma. General Samuel 1'. Hclntilcman tltal in Washington, on Saturday, ogcil f years. Thoa. A. Boott resigned tlio rrt-sliloney of tho Pcniuylvaula Kallroad Company on Batunlay, Fred, Hasiaiirek, ediUir of the Cincin nati Valksblatt, has written a letter to Em ory 8. Foster, Eccielarjr of the Anti-third Term Convention, expressing his opposition to the nomination of Grant ur any other cindidatn for a third term. Ho says he does not even belisvo a 1'ieanlcut should be elect ed for a second term. A riot lasting nearly nine hours created this most Intense excitement in Fdtersnu Sunday, It originated in the eliootiug of a young man, who was accompanying a Ger man linking society ,Uy tho owner of h piece of land over which tho Germans wcro pass lux while on their way to tho mountain from which they wcro to greet tho using tun with choruses and cheers...

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. — 8 May 1880

may bo found bn Mo nl Oro. I. Howsll It Co' ewinifr Adierilslnn; llurenn (10 HprMcb SATUhDAV, May-?, ifiso. Local and Personal. to suiisdlliiinus. Subscribers will please refer to thb direc tion tabs on their pners, by so doing they Will bo able to soo whether they are square on our honks ar not, thus: John Flltwllllatn rflnr8 79 Shntfi thnl the subscription (ins been paid Up till March 8th, 1879, and consequently there isone.doilorduousonlhe prcsenl year, which you will please remit, or 51.2J will be charged if Wo hare to send bill. A Hancock Club lios been organised In bclhlehein. The famous Switchback Ratlrctail will be opened Tor lliesuinmersoasonon the 17th of Mb)i The farmers win) stored awny potatoes last fall for a riso In prices arc now feeding them to their hos. Hats and cds, of newest styles, and In endless varlcly, nt very low prices for cash, at T. D. Claus merchant tailoring store. A reduction of 10 cr cent, was ordered on the employees of the Calasauqtia Manu facturin...

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. — 8 May 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN, IWKU NOTIM. A.j;toc1 r.irdlng.of nn(iiia1s alibis season stimulates llio skin anil thus assists UiiS' chntiijiiif; ofjiciroils. A hnrso will not bilo a crib made of homj'vlt.liitnucr.nor will ruts, tnico or other vermin, giiiw Ihroilgh ft. " , A corns' pomlent writes to Tint Kr-CoRn from Backs mnnty that llio grain crops aro In excellent condition, nud tlio farmers ore' liipiiy dvertlieift lropect. In Ej?ylthd siigor fleMs liavo been greatly Injured by frost. Another Induce meiit to ofir fsrnwrs tn plant sugar beett, Burglium olid corn, tn bo tnado Into sugnr. II. Nndeau.of Ciillforiiia,haa planted 700 acres in sugir beets, nml tho prospect i aro good foi'nn imineiifo yield. It Is thought ha will mako n clear gain of $25,000 by tho operation. ' Thomas Ernest Oenncrt, of Cullfornla, "will hive his sugar factory in full operation by tho 1st of July. Tho woilt is progress ing satislactorlly, tind Ijos Angeles will soon be using sugir and syrup inado at lionic. Mrs. Alb...

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. — 15 May 1880

0- we uesire it wj iw uw"t"-; vav hat no advertisements iwlll 'bp-.tnserted jn lie coluram of TitBt5Ant AdVo'cIt.? tlAt may bo recetyfed from lffikwovfii parties or firms' unless mpriued (by lUjo osa. "The followitigSteour'oififV tcrma t nnr flalikiln V10 'LIKS3)i ftn vear.'fcachlihltfUotf.. !.."; Jiil..'' 1& els"- jilx months, each IriJcrtlori 15 ct. (Three months, each insertion.. .......i-2( cts. LcsithKhthreoWoTiUiS.rifctliisartion ' $1 1 each subsequent insertion.,....! 25 cts. Local notices iu ccnu. iwr ..nu. Iklf. VlSiqimiIMEn)J'iiblia?icr. Manttfntlurei1 bl aha Dealer lb. stoves;aMes aud mm, frin rsheet-lroii'Ware aria General ' " House Fnrnisliing Goods. I od't v.. F Ti. ' UOOIINO nlld StfUUTfl tlono at short notice and at Lowest Cash Trices. , I am the nntliruiil 1 ,Br.U,fl.Pa,e tlie follonlll" miST-CLAMS d I OVE8 i'UE 8 1 LV 12 It & GOLD .VISUAL COOK. THE Linnill0t)8b VPK.- ' ,'. TUnMAVFiovvi'.n iAtov:, ', I1' Till! BUN'siIINE ItANOE and HieNFV.' ANCHOR HEADER, an...

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. — 15 May 1880

n. V. MOftTlllMErt, . . . EDITOR LEItlOUION.l'A.l SATURDAY. MAY, 15, I860. During April last, 40,821 ItntnlgranU arrived at the port of New York, against 11,601 during April, 1879. The arrivals of Immigrants at that port during tha 12 months ending April 30, 18S0,vere 108,876, against 80,905 during Ho 12 months ending April 30, 1879. Tho Rev. Charles B. Ramsdcll has been pastor of the North Presbyterian church, Washington, since 1875, and has brought H up from a condition of iwverty to ono of con siderable prosperity. But ho has offended his oougrogatlon, or at least a good part of It, by marrying a Roman Catholic girl. She ! amiable, rcQned, and good, but slicks to her religion, though she frequently goes to bear ber husband preach. One church meeting has been held for tho purpose of compelling bun to resign, but he proposes to stay. Mr. Eddy gave Miss Hclnlzleiian a fine set of jewelry, at Newbern, N. C, and ehe wora it for several weeks. Then he brought a suit to recover it, on t...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 15 May 1880

mny be found cm mo m uio. i Kowtti & CoV Kewiipr Advcrtlilnir Hrcu (10 Hpriica ffsnsn NEW YUKft. to tetom gtilnwiri SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1880. Local and Personal. to sunscitinEiis. Subscriber! will please refer lo tho direc tion tabs on their papers, by so doing; they will be able to see, whether they are square on our books r not, thus t John Fitiwllllam marS 79 Shows that tho subscription has been paid up till March 8th, 1879, and consequently there Isonndollardueuson the prescntyear, which you will please remit, or $1.2J will bo charged If we bare to send bill. AT TDK DOOR. Two ragged urchins stood one day Ilcstda the great church door. And witched the folks In rich array From out the temple pour. 'My eyes! but aln'rthey tony thought And don't Ihoy sport the dress! What be they, Joel" "Ob, I dunno They're t'hrlstlan tolks, I guess." "They be! Then If we had tho eosb, And nothing else to do. And washed, and dressed, and cut a dash Should we be Christians toot" Fig iron, $40 in Ma...

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. — 15 May 1880

I ARMERS' COLUMN. FAn.1I MOTHS. Unusually largo cmpa of corn, cotton and -tobacco have been planted this season. tJoal ashes nro always good, and fowls loeni to dellpht Jn scratching and picking ' lb.em.oy.or. Tha Committee on Agriculture will givo Lo Due a salary of $3,000 only, Instead of $0,000, as recommended. Reports froin different parts of tho State are to tho cfl'ecl that tho farmers will soon commenco planting corn. Tho guinea fowl Is a, native of Africa. Tliere are five species known to naturalists, una only one is domesticated. A larger acreage of potatoes than usual has been planted In Lehigh county this year, Tho planting has obout ended. George II. Coe, of Norristown, was pre Rented with a four-legged chicken a few days ago, It Jived thrco days after being hatched. . Ono drop of sulphuric acid in tho heart of of a plantain or other weeds will destroy them complelly. Care must be exercised In Its use. Tho gladiolus originally camo from'Soutli Africa, but has been eo hig...

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. — 22 May 1880

Advertising Rates. We desire It to Ho distinctly underrfobtf Lai no advertisements will bo (jiscrteil In lie columns of Tint Garbox AdvoMJe thai may be received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by the casd. Tho following are our only term's: ONE SQUARE (10 LiVis), fcfne year, each Insertion :.'...... 10 c Six inontlis, each insertion. ..'.'.. .'. 16 cts. Throe months, each Insertion ....:v.!i.. 20 cts. IiOss than threo montlis, first insertion SI; each subsequent Inscrllc-n 25 cts. Local notices 10 cents rtr fm'o. II. V. MORTIIIMET., Publisher. The Carbon Advo6ate; i,, -t An Independent Family Newspaper fuWlshcd every SATURDAY, la Lehighton, Carbon Co., Pa., bj riAimv v. ?i6nTniniEiu urhcs-DARWAY, a short ojstaaee tbe Lehlfb Valley It. R. Depot. Terms: $1.00 rerAnnim hi Adfanfcl ctebt DEScnrrnoN or rtsix akd rAttct 0"ob HPrintiiig at very tbm rrtiCEfl. if i'a II. V. MoR-fimrun, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live:"' $1.00 ti Year if Paid in Advance. VbL. VIII....

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. — 22 May 1880

.teforo Starts. V. MOntHlMER, . . , ElHTOIl i.ninniiioN. ta.i satuhday.mav, a, m. Tbo total value or our exports of do mestic provisions ami tallow during tho ten months ending April 30th lnt wns $1)5,097,- 875, an incroaso of 1,717,130 on llio vnluo of sticli exports during tho corresponding J period .of 1870. Tlicrotolng"oonfl(lernbloml3undcrlnnd Inz In various parts of tho country" (is to tho timo for tho assembling of tho Republican National Convention in Chicago, Senator Don Cameron, Clinlrmnn of tho Republican Nntlounl Committee, desires it to bo an nounced Hint tho dalo Is "Wednesday, Juno 2d, at noon." Nearly all tho vlllitgo of Coihtcrsporl.ln Potter roimty, this elate) Was destroyed by firo Tuesday nftcrnoon.Tho ilnmoa started In Iho rear ofSlcbbius Brothers' storo,ln a room rontalnlng oil, and there being no water sup ily or flro cnglno In two hours nil tho dwel lings and stores in tho vlllogo proper wcro destroyed. Forty building wcro consumed leaving only the Court lIoi...

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. — 22 May 1880

may bo found on filo nt Uy.a. 1 ltowil.l, & CoV Newspaper Advertising lluroiiu (10 Hpruco ffiffi HEW YORK. SATUTCPAY, MAY 22, 1RS0. Local and Personal. id sintsoitiiu:us. Subscribers will plcaso refer to Uio direc tion labs on their inH'r, by eo doing they will bo nlilo to sco whether they aro equuro on otir books or not, thus s John Filzwllllfltn ntorS 70 Shows that tho snbscrilion has lccn paid up till March Slli, 18711, mid consequently thero Isonodollnrduouson tlio presentyonr, which you will pleaso remit, or $1.2i will bo charged if wo lrnvo to send bill. Tho now Cement Mill at Whitehall Station Is about ready for setting in opera tion. Tho annual ro-unlon of tho Ninth Pennsylvania Cavalry will bo held in llar lisburg on Juno 3rd, Tho Shlvo Governor Works, at South Bethlehem, aro running on full timo and with full force. If you wanta nico smooth, easy shavo your hair cut or shauiiooing, go to Franz llocdcrcr's Saloon, under tho Kxchangollo tcl. Ho will fix you right, and do...

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. — 22 May 1880

ARMERS' COLUMN. FAR 71 NOTtlS. Tho prospeels fur tlio fruit crop this year i i . i -11 ... i U I l'JW't IU V" UU v.-i III. An increased norcoco of onls has Icon iwn throughnut l'emisylvnfi'tn. The arrrai;o orpotati-cj in Pennsylvania lis year will be an avefsga One; J. II. Ealielmsm, near Bee.ltersvllle, flerlis unlv has Set out 7,500 etrawberry plants is t I'ftn Wheal measuring 51 Inches wai reeenlly ut on llio farm nf Amos GrofT, in Conostojra me pship, Jineastcr county. Wtrjno etiecp leeil In flocks, while trml- n rrr aiiuLiiiitii. 11 snt't'ii rriiiiiuiu mums, us . ... ..... i i A small bug that Is doing great tlamng n Ilia loliaceo plants has inmlo Its appear- Oats ore Hie best feed for working horses, . ,i ... t i.i .i 1 n..l. nnking material than any other loud. A case Is reported from West Chester of a . I -l 9M . The April returns of the Agricultural Do. A gardsner leoom mends that to keep - -- ---- - i ,.n ...! t,...n.l. ..time tnt.i.ili. itutlv uu ovs in wiv it iini, kijiu...

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. — 29 May 1880

... - -1 Advertising Rates. Wo dcsiro It to lio dlstl'nctjy understood hat no advertisements will bo Inserted In Jio columns of The CAnnox Advocate that may bo received from unknown parlios or frms unless accompariiol by .tho casi!. The following aro our oNtf terms I ONR SQUARE (10 LINTS) ; . One year, each Insertion .,..:;..... 10 0 Hix months, each insertion1 l&ctei Three months, each insriinfi ..... 20 cts. icssthanthreoinonthsyfi.stlnsertiou SI each subsequent Insertion 2j cts. Local notices 10 cents iicr line. , ' II. V. MOP.TIIIMHK, Publisher. A. EBtosserj i - r Manufacturer ol and Dealer In .Jf . ST0V$, BAHGES AND HEADERS, iin and Sheet-Iron Ware and General inse Finishing Goods. itiiririM! im'ii sroirrlxn dona at short fcotico and at Lowest Cash Trices. I I nm flicnnttinmod ORCid for'tlior?olo ol tlio luilimiui r ijwi'umiao .j . . TI1K BI1.7HU & GOLD MBDAI. COOK. TIIK IjiOHTHOUSE COOK, T1IK MAYVLOWKlt HANOI!, Till'. Hlt.NRIIINR HANOI! and Tho N E V.' A N(!I O il H V ...

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. — 29 May 1880

EDITOR tilllilQIlTON, I'A.l SATURDAY, MAY, 29, 1680. According to the weather record at llio Philadelphia Exchange, Wednesday was tho hottest May day lor the post 27 year, the thermometer registering) at 3 o'clock p. m., 86 degrees. Four pcfeb&s'lllcd during tho day from lbs effecM pt the Intense beat. fedeilbilrg) oBce tho liveliest and most prosperous" town In tho lower oil regions, Clarion ooilnty, Pa, was almost completely 'destroyed hy fire, Saturday night. At the YlrrVo the alarm was sounded almost the en tiro population was witnessing a circus per formance. Beventy huildlngs wers de stroyed In tho heart of tho town tpvfaril of one hundacd families ore hoittclc'ss, and many who bad slept In coth'foriable beds the night previous slept on the ground. Tho total loss will roach $200,000. Regarding tho failure of tho Reading companies, the London Time, says. In Its financial column ! "It Is a pity that tho credit of United Blatcs railroad securities should be thus ruined in Eur...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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