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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 3 July 1880

S PflPESl may bo found on Mo nt Oro. I, llowii.t. Co' l-jNcwirdpfr Advertising Hurcim (10 Spruco SATURDAY. JULY a, 1880. Local and Personal. TO sunscniiiEiisi Subscribers will please refer lollio direc tion labs on their papers, by so doing they VIII be able to see whether they are square on our books or not, thus i John Fitxwllliam trlor8 70 Shows that the subscription1 has been paid up till March 8th, 1879, and consequently tbero Isonndoltardueuson the present year, which you will please relhlt, or $1.23 will be charged if we have tt sbnd bill. West Belhlehtim has a imputation of 1,530, - Bethlehem borough has n total popula tion of 4,194, an increase of 782. prU you aro troubled with rheumatism use 'Kendall's Spavin Cure.' See adv. Iron ore, whidh ebld at $S per ton six hiontbs ago, brings $2 ti to $3 now. aj.IIeadquartcrs for mackerel at J. T. Nusbaum & Son'sj Just received, In kits and quarters, very cheap lor cash. Call early. The population of tioplay borough is found to ...

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 July 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN, Tho Army Worm, l'rnfossor Conistock, the cntomolliglst of tli Agricultural- Dnprtrtinent, after iv visit to Delaware, where ho Invcbtl uatccl the worm, has Just mailt) a report, In which he says." "Tho adult Insect lai night Hying moth ol dull brown color, marked In the ccntro of each foro wing with a distinct whlto spot, and with an expnnso of wing nf a little over mi .IncliTinil tbreo-quarters The moth deposits her eggs In folds of leaves or grass or grain, nearly always concealing them from night. During wlntets of nnUMial mildness a success ion of broods Is kept up through tho en tire yeAr. During tho present winter (i0-'80 wo havo received full grown worms, with accounts of damage to winter grain In the months uf Decem ber, Jauuary and February, from lo calities as far north as Union county, tidtlth Carolina, and Marlon county, Tennesfeo. Ordinarily, Uowever, In these Stales, and always further north, the Insect lies dormant through the whi ter mouths. We can s...

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 July 1880

Advertising' Rates. Wo deslro it to ho distthrlly understood that no advertisements will bo Inserted in tlio columns of TnK Carruji Advocate that may bo recolvcil from unknown parties or firms unless" accompanied by tho casu. The following are our only terms r OXKBQUABRdOLtNSS), One year, each insertion...... Jjj'tftJ' Six months, each insertion 16 CtSi Thrco months, each lns6rtion 11.1 ZD cts. 1S3 than thrco months, first insertion $1 each subsequent lnsertioni.;;;i; 25cUl( Local notices 10 cents per litis II. V. MORTHlMElt; lAibflstof. Manufacturer oi and Dealer In STOVES, RANGES AflD HEATERS, Tin and Sbeet-Iron Ware ana General House Fnfnisnini GooOs. IlOoriNCJ niirt Sl'OirriNO dono at short notico and at Lowest Cash Trices. . TamtheanthnnzeiliaeitfnrtlioSalo'of tho loiloBinir fihst.ci.ass sroViia falU SIL.VKU GOLD MiSDAT.COOK, THE MOJITHOUsE COOK. THE M AYVLOWKtt THE BUN8HINE HANOEond The NEW ANCItOlt I1EATKTI, ind am Selling then) VE fit CHEA P lor Cosh. . Hvcrvlttnflof BTOVEOn...

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 July 1880

i Wanton $tetttf. MrtTOR I.llllKltlTON. t'A.. TrunAY, Jniv in, isso. -' T;.o puMir uVbt statement Tar June shows a du-rense of $10,I11M3I. - TIio titat nncMeil Valuation ol root ami persoail oitnlc in Uio citj- of New York fur thnycaMRSO Is" $ljt4,VGS,J:T-nu Increeae of $iJ,eaB,"oa einco 1B70. The Delaware pencil crop this year is rtlimaUd.al.four million baskets, of which, It is aitfii iiiatcd, tlu'ffi nnil a half inljllon batcts will lio con-ined to Ihe Philadel phia, Jf.jtv i rli and IVilllnioro markets. . M- fH-.'i W. (Milldj.ortheriilladel pli i f r. ;vp tilt usual annual dinner Minrtny to tho newAnyn of Philadelphia at Du'linnnt Mansion. There went 802 nfttiem Jir sent, In addition to 10(1 radole Irom the Nortlii rn ILrnie and Soldiers' Orphans Ins titutions, and tlioy nil enjoyed themselves thoroughly. They wcro afterwards token to the. Permanent Inhibition where they Bpcul'lTic'day in a pleasant tnanncr Gen. Sloeum, who was 'filmself one of the best and -most; eftlcienl offi...

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 July 1880

I rifty tofotmion fllo nt (Ipo. f, L ItnwiLt ft CoV Newufcftper A'HertWnff liurcfiu (10 fipruco SiSmi HEW YORK. SATURDAY, JULY l(f, ffss!). Local and Pergonal. TO SUUSCKIHKItSi Subscribers will plcaso refer to tlio dlrcc tion labs on their pliers, by so doing they will be able to seo whether they are square on our books or not, thus : John Fitiwilllam mnr8 79 Shows that llib subscription has been paid up till March 8th, 1870, and consequently there isonodollarduousontho prosentyenr, which you will please remit. or$l2Jwlll be charged if we have to send bill. The military company at elatington, known as the Rifles, at present Is comiwsed bf 54 uniformed men and otlicors. The coal boating on tho Lehigh canal is very dull at present. Quito a humber of brews are engaged in harvesting; having laid lip their boats'. 3iLook at the yellow direction tab on Hie first page and sbo how much ybu owe. The Lucy furnace, near Freernansbtirg, Is lo be blown out in a few weeks, or as soon as the prese...

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 July 1880

I I ARIVIERS' COLUMN. From Farm and Fireside. Sjinvln, ICIng-lloiic, Utc, wlllr IHciIhmIn o( 'A'rciuniciii, The horso Is our noblest domestic animal, trfoAt In truoturc,irapos!ne In appearance, lull of intelligence and when kindly treated giving in return tin n flection almost humnn In its natiire,nnd performing to the lust point of endurance the tasks imposed, nud wo may tdd Is too often subjected to the hardest nnd harshest ttsagoof any of our animals, and probably for this reason Is the most liable to disease and blemishes. Mauy an otherwise valuable horse Is dis figured for life, and rendered more or less unfit for service by ugly fpuvins, unsightly rlnir-boncs, splints, etc. Sometimes these diflieulties are not of a ecrioUs nature, that Is do not lame the horse, or make any ma terial difference In the ability for perform ing work on the farm, but such animals are rendered unsalcable,or if disposed of, It must be at a sacrifice of price. Generally, how ever, the horse is pci man...

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 July 1880

wr.i i wj g j Jin Ly The Carbon Advocate. An Independent Family Jfewtlft-y rttbllshod every SATURDAY, IH tt'hlihloti, Carbon Co.Tk., hy iiAicitv 1'. nihTttmiu, Oti-n.T.-llA.VK'AY, a short tviilauce iot'tt the Lehlith Valley 11. It. Depot.- Terms : $1,09 rerAnnnm in kim$ Kvctir Drscnirrios or run akd A!cr Job Printing; AT VE11Y LOW' PRICKS. Advertising Rate Wo desire It to 'bo distinctly understobd that no advertisements will bo inserted in tlio columns of Thk Cabdoji Advocate that may ho received from unknown parties or linns unloss accompanied- by tlifl cash. The following aro our OslV terms f ONE sQtTAn's (10 lings) One year, each luscrllon . 10 els. Bix months, each insertion 15 ct. Thrco moriths, each insertion....; 20 cU. Less than thrco months, first I nscrtlon $1) each subsequent Insertion'!. .'...'. 2 J cts. Local notices 10 cents per lino. II. V. MOItTHIMEIt, Publisher. II. V. Mohthimeu, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT-" Live and Let Live." 1.00 it Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. VII...

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 July 1880

lift tfnvtiott StVflfl1. It. v. MontM'itf nn; , . i KDtTOR I'MiSTftoNrr-I.t BATPftPAY, JUIiY 17, 1880. Hnncock cnn Curry Pennsylvania i Wo clip thofollowliig correspondence from the columns of tho N. Y. Sun of tlio 12th inst. The letter Is dated Fhilndclpliin,Julr i0lli,and tlio writer evidently knows whero vif lie writes ! Tlio Democracy of Uils Stale is In better heart than It lias been since 1S5G. Tlio llarrisburg Convention fettled Wrl divisions In tho party, and the Cincin nati nominations' have filled It with enthu siasm. Hunt whore you will, you cannot find a 6orelnad or a croaker, There Is not n Pcmowal In Pennsylvania who does not boliovs that Hancock, will bo elected, and Scarcely one who does not bellevo ho will rurry his own Slate. They say i "Tho last Democratic President was a Tcnnsylvanlan nominated at Cincinnati, and eo will the next ouo le." There are in this Stato 80, I'OO soldiers who 6ervcd under Gen. Hau cock or with him. The people, without re gard to party, ar...

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 July 1880

4 't i.iMregeftjieflyiawjSiBsWSptjrgj!i3k .Newirliper Advcrtlatnff HtrMij,wnereiniTei t fsing contrnctn inn jr bo nude for It in Bmiiy bo found on !llo nt Uro. IV HowBMi k CoV liurctm (10 Spruco ', - SATURDAY, 3VVttt, 6S6.K . Local and Personal. 'l'U fjUHSClMIIEIISe Subscribers wljl jilease refer to lit? dlrcc linn Mm on lliclr paiVrs. by so doihir they Will bo able to seo whether they are squaro on our books it, not, Uius : John Fitzwllllam . ,., mar8 79 Shows that tho subscription has been pahl tin till March Bth. 1873, find consequently there is onodollar due us on the proscnlycar, which you will please remit, or $1.25 will bo charged if we nave to sena bin. - . Tho Reading Ilnllroad announce! a dlv Idend of one dollar and fitly cents er share on East Pennsylvania Ilailroai stock, pay' able July 20. The East Mahanoy Railroad announces n dividend of ono dollar and fifty cents per share, jiaynblo on demand. John McAndrcws, aged 30 years, was killed Wednesday, by a full of roof rock...

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 July 1880

MRMERS' COLUMN J Iluy Cnpu. Our Eastern farmers, who aro most care ful In linymaklti, nnd with whom hay Is moro valiiatl than In the West) Ihlnk high ly of hay cap. They cost little, and last yeara.ll cared for, and not loft lo mildew and rol. Btout cotton cloth or sheeting a yard and n half square makes the beet. Btrlngs at the four corners two feel long, with a stono tied to each, or n light stake, will prevent the wind from Mowing the cipsofT. Wo have found them useful, hut when one handles largo crops tho force em ployed can be so divided or centred, as the case may domaud, as to keep tho field well cleaned. When cocks of half-cured hoy ore thrtwn up and caps put on they must lie moved after a shower as toon as possible, to allow tho freo escape of gasses. Hay will inottld'Undcr the caps sootier than without tbem. ' They are especially useful to protect ngalnst a suddon shower, or when hoy must bo left afield somo days they may be em ployed to prevent bleaching from sun ami dew....

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 July 1880

S"2 Advertising Rates We desire It to bo distinctly understood that no advertisements will he Inserted in tho columns of Tits Cabbon Apyooate that may bo received from unknown parties or firms unloss accompanied by lliO Cash. Ihe following are our ddLY terms! OXE SQUARE (10 Ltltfcs), , One year, each insertion...:;:.- 10 els. Bix months, each insertion 1' cts. Throe months, each Insertion 20 ct. less than.thrcc m'onths, first Irisertlon $1 each' subsequent insertion 25 cts. Local notiqba 10 cents per lino. II. V-'MUKTlIIMEIt Publisher. A. Bfc Msser5 Manufacturer o! anil fccalcr In STOVES, RANGES AND' HEATERS, Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware and Qeneral House Furnishing Goofls: The Carbori Advocate. An Independent Family NcwspaprV Published every SATURDAY, la' Lehighton, Carbon Co.,Pn., by IIAItllY v. ioitTriirtEii. yr'ncs-DA-SilWAY. a shoi't ciletajJee bor tho Lehigh Valley it. R. Depot. Terms: $1.00 per Annum in Adjanefl' H. V. MontniMBn, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let LlVe." $1-00 ...

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 July 1880

It V. MOHTJUMUn, . . EDITOR liUUIOIITON. I'A.i BATtTItPAY. .piiY 21, 18S0. a Doiiiirruii stati:. Ill vlow of the coining election tlio follow lnw 5fotljt:M of the flections In the Stato of O-ninecln it tuny prove interesting to our rcaileis: Connecticut is n doubtful Stole, Willi the probabilities in favor of lliollepub liomis. A review or her political history shows tlmt shegavo lior electoral vote to Wh uiiikU.ii In 17811 anil 1782, and to John Adams In the two following Presidential elervlon. Bho voted' ugalust Jefferson twice., against Mnilhon both times, and ii gn nsl Monroe the first time. She helped el Monroe the second tlmo ho ran by giv ng h i In liur nine electoral voles three inoio ihim stto lias now although he did nit particularly need them, since there wns but one vote against him in tho whole twe itv tour States. In If 2 1, 1B28 and 1832 Coiitwtlciil voted ngalnst Andrew Jackson. flho w-mt for Van Buren in 183(1 and for Jlorijson in 1840. Her innjoilty for Henry Clay ...

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 July 1880

THIS PftPEB Nwrnrr Anterllsmg Btret),where navel tiling cotitictmajr be tuado for It in may bo found on Mo nt Uro. 1. Howell & Co Hurtim (10 Hpruce Local and Personal. to .suisomin:its Subscribers will please refer lo the direc tion tabs on their papers, by so doing they will bonble to seo whether they are square on our books imot,-thus'! John Fitiwllllam mar8 TO Shows that the subscription has been paid up till March 8th, 1870, and coniequently tliero is ono dollar due us on tho present year, which Vou will please remit, or $1.23 will be charged if wo have to send bill. feSULook at tho yellow direction tab on tlio first page and see how much you Owe. Tho six furnaces at llokcndaun.ua at present yield from 1S00 to 1550 tons or iron per week. Ho carcto! what you cat, how you cat, and when you cat. Thcro's cholera morbus in the air. An uct of Assembly mokes it n penal offenso to work ahoisethatia lame or other wise disabled. &a-lf you wantn nice emooth,eay 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. — 24 July 1880

n.-,.ixxMas.:.t. IARMERS' COLUMN. I'uko tiood Cnro of the Horses. "There is ho aiilmat on the farm that is so likely to be neglected us the horse. The liorwof the city truckman, or 6f the cxprcss lnau, the driving boraeand the saddle horse ma well catcd far, but the farm horse is too i fleu irregularly fed, and, so far as cleaning I j ronocrned, legularly and systematically iR'glccted. It Is difficult to obtain a hired mau brought up in llio larm who thinks there is any niceislty for taking special care of a,borie. Some horses Ujmn the farm nro ) u rely, If ever, properly cleaned, abd yet the condition and usefulness of the farm horse iiepeud as much upon the manner in which ills cured for as any other hoise. When brought perspiring lU Ike stable ho ought "hot to be ultowed to stand over night with the dust dry'ng upon him. A good clean lug Is half a rest, and yet how often we sec Ike farm horse brought out In the morning rorered With the dirt of the day before and with the arcmnula...

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 July 1880

I Advertising Rates. We desire It to bo distinctly understood that no advertisements will bo inserted In tho columns of Tub (Uhbox Advooate that may bo received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by tho cash. Tho following nro our only terms! OKS BtJUARK (10 LINKS)) One year, each Insertion .'....,.,... i6 clS. Bix months, each Insertion!.... 15 els. Three months, each Insertion 20 cts. Loss than three mouthy first Insertion $1) each subsequent insertion 25 cU. Local notices 10 cents per line. H. V. MOBTHIMKR, Publisher. A. lffssei? Manufacturer of and Dealer In STOVES, HAMS AND HEATERS, Tin ana Sheet-Iron fare and General House Furnishing Goods. kiooFiivo ami sroirriNcr done at Bhort notice and at Lowest Cash Trices. I am the nnthnmi-il naeM for Din Palo of tho foiionin" FntsT.ci.Ass aroVJ-s T11K SH.VKK & GOLD .MEDAL COOK. TJlli LH11IT1IOU8E COOK. tue MAYri.ovi:n uanoh, TJ113 8UNSIIINI. KANOEani! JhoNEW ASCHOtt linATEn. had am Selling tbeni VnrtV C1IEA lor Cash. I...

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 July 1880

It V VOltTlIlMKIt, . . . EDITOR LDIIiatlTON. PA.! BATtmPAY, JULY 3t. 1880. IJiL'-l'i -lLLJ" Ami now llicy say Hint General Long. elrcct won'fgo for Hnncoakr This is un generous in Longslrect, seeing liow Hnn cock treat ft l.m nl Gettysburg. M-.jor Oenr-rn! Itaneoclt, In tiirlltlon to liU irrc-ent duties, his been assigned to tlie command dllio Department of tho South, (Turing General Augur's temporary absence oa ili'laeheJ duty In Washington. Suupcenas have teen issued in Harris loirs fjr witnesses In tho cases of George S. Smith, of Philadelphia, and Chrit'ian Long .nnd H. J. l.IeOunc,olShippCiisburg,charged vtth c jr.upt tjlicltatlon of members of the Legislature. Tho District Attorney is de termined, it Is said, to hare their cases tried i-t October, and tho remainder at tho No-M-inbcr term of court. Ilcan pally was founded. Having made so much headn-ny, 1 concluded that Now Yotk ooutd be carried for Grant against Greeley. 1 went to work with a will to secure this. I had 2,700 de...

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 July 1880

Ere ntty bo found on g j file lit Ur.o. 1". llown.1. ft Co' llurotiu (10 fipruco Newspaper Advertising BlreetJ.whcrondvel. tlslngcontriictsmny tc made for It In SATUIIDAyTJI IjY 3lT i860. Local and Personal. XO SUHISCKIHUItS. Subscribers will pledsd refer to the direc tion tabs on their papers, by so doing they "will bo able to sco whether they are square on our books or not, thilst John Fitzwilliatri hinrS 70 Shows llinl thosiihseripllrin has been paid up till March fith, 187&, and consequently there is one dollar due us on the present year, which you will plene remit, or $1.25 will be charged if wo have to send bill. No man can aflbrd to raiso his children without a good newspaper in tho bouse SEDuLook at tho yellow direction tali on the first pago and see how much you owo. An attacho of Thayc's Circus knocked a Slotington landlord down as flat as a flounder. Tho Northampton county National Bank has declared n semi-annual dividend bf two per cent. Su-Tlicro is danger for child...

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 July 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. New Tor It Experimental rntiim. Tho Iicglshturo of New York, at 1U last ersston, passed a Mil providing that $20,' 000 a year should be appropriated for two years for the purpose of experimental farm' Ing under the direction of the Board of Con' trl. The members of the Board at present are Governor Cornell, General N. K. Curtis, Treeident of the New York Stato Agricul tural Association W. A. Armstrong, of El mira, Master of the New York Slate Grange; Robert J. Dodge, Fresideut of tho American Institute Farmers' Club;. James McCann, President of the Elmlra Fanners' Club; I'. Barry, President of the Western New York Horticultural Soclolyj Samuel Campbell, President of .tho Central New York Farm era' Club; Shelby Reed, of tho Scotsvlllo Farmers' Club; R. J. Swan, of Geneva, and Richard Church, of Bolvidere. At a meet ing held In New York on Tuesday lait much enthusiaem was manifested In regard to the project. Tho Board of Control is now looking about for a suitable pla...

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 August 1880

The Carbon Aclvocatei An Independent Family Xewipfttiel Published e.cry SATt'llDA i , Ifl thlhlbu, Cai-hou Co., Pa., by Advertising Rates, Wo desire It to bo distinctly understood that no advertisements will bo Inserted In lite columns of Tim CarbOX Advocatk that may bo received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by tho (Halt. The following aro our oslt terms l . , ONE SQUARE (10 MNB3) One year, each lnscrtlon...m 10 ets. Biz month's,' each Insertion 16 cts. Three months, each Insertion . 20 cts. Loss than .threp months, first insertion $1( each subsequent inserlion.i.s... 25 ctsi Local notices 10 cents tier line. II. V. MOllTIIIMEIt, Publisher. IIAHIIY Vi JlOJl'l'imiUH. (jmcE-BAN'KWAT, a abort dJstauco abovJ theLehljrti Valtly It. II. vepot. Tens: $1,00 per Aim in Adrauca II. V. Moiitltimeii, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT-" Live and Let Live." 1.00 a Year' if Paid in Advance. ceri rjnecEirnoN' op flam no pakot Job Priiitiiag4 AT VEKY LOW rnioEs. VOL. VIII., No. 37. LEIlIGHT...

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 August 1880

it v HonTiirttKii, '. . . I'.lllTOK MilltUHTON. PA.: f vfruiiAY, ai'oust ni, m. (In-mnrrow) P. M , in llial I may be ex icctcil tn New York on the 31st Instant. It Ims been ool.l ami dreary since my nrrlvnl bore. 1 have worked "like a Turk" (1 ltc- sumo thai hiwiiis nam work) in uieoountry, i Court only iultrfcrrcd to complicate hot to dcelcl o or overrule. Anyhow it is no business or the army to enter upon such questions, and even If it might be so in any event, If the civil aullio- Ncw Advcrtlscirichts. QAUT10N. notici;. The annual l)emocrallo county meeting tvlll be held nl tlio Court House, at Mauch t'lturilc, on Motiday the 16lh of' August, A. It. 1ES0, at 1 o'clock, j. ni. Democrats are Invited to attend. A. K. 5IIKETZ, Chairman. iH..,i t All persons are hereby forbid meddling with . ..... I , . rt hi ii ii unai inuf imrcnuBuii Liriiis irum ivuius In making fences, cutting down trees, re- nty is supreme, as the Constitution declares wenta, or I'arryvllle ilorounb, am) loaned. ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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