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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 25 July 1874

WP01 II. V. IUORTIIIMER. Editor and Proprietor. IMEPEMEMT---"I.1VJB3 AIO MET LIVE." TERMS: One Dollar a Year In Ativan VrOI XX., No. 30. lehighton, carbon county, penn-a, Saturday morning, july 25, 1874. SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS Lehighton Directory. Agent "W. C. Trellriel, Singer Sewing Machine and In mrance,neit to K. H. Snyder', Bank Btreet. Barber K. D. CVIDDOS, Glaring, Hair Cuttinsand Sham pooing, under Kxchange Hotel, Bank atreet. uooi anu siiuc finncri. Charles Yeniwr, nearly opposite the past-office, Bank itreet; also, dealer in Confectionery. Clinton Bretnej. in Levant building. Bank street. Confectioners. Hauiman k Kuhns, opposite Obert's store, Bank ... ill n.. vmrt AIM Z. II. Long, opp. LAS. Depot, Bank St., dealer in Hardware? Queenswarc, Ladies' Drat Goafs, fa U. A'.'ltoUi,' teuckera Block, Bank st, Dry Goods, Groceries, Qutuuwart, G&rptts, Oil Ooths d) Coal IS. II. Sujder, Bank street, Dry Goodi, Notions, Vrttsisooas, urvcerus, ywewwrt, xiaruKwytt, Drugs auid Me...

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. — 25 July 1874

KDITOII. I.UIIIUIITOX, PA.! SATURDAY MORMXtl JULY M, A monument to Martlu Luther, to be set up in Falrmouut Park, Philadelphia, during the Centennial year, Is talked of bytho Lutherans. llov. Mr. Cook, who has been for many years laboring to bring tho Sioux within tlio palootthoUplscopal Church, f,cems to bo disheartened with tho task. In a letter recently written to tho In dian Commission, ho declares tha,t, In his opinion, tholnfluencesot tho Gospel would bo brought homo tothcmmoio impressively If preaching was supple mented with a sound thrashing. Tho Bcechcr-Tilton scandal Is occu pying tho attention of tho committee appointed la Investigate tho charges, mid tho daily papers nro filled with the disgusting accusations and denials of tho j.ni ties concerned. In commenting on this subject, tho Baltimore Gazette says: "And now, with such circumstan tiality of detail as to almost forco con' vlctlon, tho shameful story is told, and whether It bo wholly true, or only truo In pait, it b...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 25 July 1874

t Advertising Knlcs. W ieslre It lo'V distinctly understood that no Advertisements jtlll be Insorted In tba columns of Thi Cabo"r Xdtocate that uiay be f ecelua from unknown parliosor firms, unless accompanied" with th CASS. The roltowlng are traroSLT'termst Adtertlsenicn"ls for 1 jer, per Inch each , . Insertion. . ... . . '"Jr. 6lx Monthi, per Incneach Insertion 16 Cents. " Three Months, " " " 2U Cents. " IessthanthreemontbSfflritlnser- tlon rath subsequent Insertion 25 Cents. U. V. MORT1IIM En, Publisher. gj' nsiEwisris, ATTOItNEY AT LAW, OFFICE I around yioorlothenewaddl.'lonof the llanilon House, Mauch Chunk, Fa, Business transacted.. In English and German. Collections prompt? made and Conveyancing neatly done. W Settlement of Estates, Proving Wills, ob taining Letfcra of Admlnlstratlon.FHIng Accounts, and Orphana' Court Practice carof ally attended t o Licenses, Charters and Incorporation! procured, and Criminal Cases made a specialty. Packard Orchestral Or gans, and Haines Br...

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. — 25 July 1874

The Civil Rights Bill. A sapient looklog darkey, oscillating between twenty and twenty-five summers, over took an old negro on the street tho other day, and wcdglnghlm In a fenco corner procoeucu, to acquaint him with all tho gorgeous provisions of the Civil Rights Din. xoung Africa Imparted to o!d Afrl ca a fund of valuable information, thosly: "Well, Undo Billy, Summer's swlvll rigius Dili dun passed do Senate ob do united btates wldout a murmur." "Isdatso, Joslai?" "Jess so, Undo Billy. And say Uncle Jiiuy, wo colored pussons Is gwine to seo whoso pervlslons is In do pot. We nro gwlno to bo allowed to ride free on de railroads, smoko in do ladles' cars and putour feet on dopurcusslons ob de seats wheneber wo pleaso." "Is dat so, Joslar?" "Jes so, Undo Billy. Andsay, Uncle Billy, wo's gwlno to be allowed to stop at do hotels and set at do head ob de table, and hab do biggest slices ob do chickens, and lay around in do parlor and spit on de carpets, and, make do white trash hustle ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 1 August 1874

lie " fcjgyggKai,.. ijroayBHTPiayjp---" ran, aitp ua mve.- no PollnrTEs i .-v.-.,. v,l .VOji;1 n .. No. 3l , ' LEIIIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1874. SINGLE COPIES. THREE CENTS L"T i I . ; , t I i i i i i i r--.r; VJ :U ' rj - - ; ' t-t r-r-. r I i i ' i lieffiglitbg Directory. Agent. TV. 0. Fredlrlrl, Singer Sewing Machine and In lurance.next to B. II. Snyder's, Back street. Brtrber, It. D. WIDDOS, Shaving, Hair Cullingand Sliam pooing, under Exchange Hotel, Bank street. Hoot and Shoe Maker. Charles Yenser. jKdrlif opposite the post-offiee, Bank street; olio, dealer tn Confectionery. Clinton Britney, in Leian's building, Bank street. All ordert promptly ' fMed work warranted. Confectioners. HaosmaD. ft feohns, opposite Obert's store, Bank street. M orders promptly filled. Dry Good and Groceries Z. II. Long, opp. L. ft S- Depot, Bank St., dealer in Hardware, Queentiiare, Ladies' Dress Goods, fc. II. Ai Belts, Lenckel's Block, llanlc'st. Dry Goods, Groce...

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 August 1874

H. V. MOllTIIIMBIl, KDITOll. I.KIIiaillON, PA.: SATURDAY MORN1KM AUOOST 1, 16T4. Gen. Charles Albright Is spoken of by fccvornl of tlio Pennsylvania Repub lican journal for tlio U. S. Senate. At Wnslilngton on Thursday of last week Mr. Brlslow, Secretary of tlio Treasury, openoil tlio bids for tlio whole or any part of the remaining $170,000, 000 of tbe new flvo per cent. loan. The bfcla Were opened In secret, but they are said to Ik' for a largo amount If not the wliulo of tlio loan, and tlio terms aro favorable to the Government. It Is understood thattho Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Company lias purchased all the Valley Forgo Coal lands, which Include a good portion of the' most valuable tracts In the vicinity of Combol.i, Silver Creek and Now Philadelphia, In this connection an ex change noted tlio other day that ten millions nioro had been borrowed by Mr. Gowcn since in Europe this last time. Under tho now mllltla law, this portion o( the stato will bo known as Third D...

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 August 1874

I Papkard Orchestral Or gans, and JSaineB Brdtliers Pianos, A. P. Horn, Agent, Lehightpii, Pa. July 48, 187-m3 Ufa fefeow HmxAt. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1BT4. Local and Personal; On Tuesday last bar Iron advanced ono center pound. Fpr a nobby suit and a perfect fit go to Laury & Peters, merchant tailors. Slnco June 10th upwards ot G000 persons have visited Glen Onoko. W. A. Gravor has received a now lot of goods. Over C0OO tourists liavo "done" the Switch-Back so far this season. Ono dollar a bushel Is the price asked for potatoes on our streets by the farmers: Butter 80 cts. u pound and 'ggs 25 cts per dozen. Tho Lehigh Emery '"Wheel manu factory have now .got about all their machinery in 'working' order, and are prepared for order's for wheels of all .sizes. They are busy as bees at Olewlno fc MlnersFort Allen Foundry, in Weiss 3ort. W. A. Graver sells calico at 8 cents. Go and be convinced. The Easton Jail holds 60 prisoners -at present five in excess ot the num. iber 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. — 1 August 1874

humorous. "Tim great American obituary, pro vnker," Is tl'o latest for kerosene. You cau't eat enouqh In a week to last you a year, and you can't advertise on that plan cither. Tlio St. Louis papers sattrlzo the me tropolis ot the Northwest by spelling Its 1 Iiamn Sbccnwgo. "I'm notrauc h forshtump spakln,'" declared n candldatp at Dubuque "but fur bounty and capacity and Integrity, 1 bate Iho HvIl- so I do." A returning emigrant wagon passed thiouu.li 'ledar Falls, lawn, last week, bearing Iho exprosslvo ami euphonious label, "D n tho grasshoppers." It was a duct this Unit'. Two servant girls, at Cleveland, Ohio, kindled a firo with a ran of gasoline, and then passed through glory's morning gate, just as slick as could be. Landlady (fiercely) "You must not occupy that bed with your boots onl" Hoarder. "0, nevermind, they're only nn old pair. Tlio bed-bugs can't hurt Vin. I'll risk It, anyhow." A London advertisement runs thus: "A country priest will say mass onco a week for any ono...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 8 August 1874

lie jut i " B'r'".e.or. larPErEWBPEarT---" tjlwe autd m jltve." 0eBMiES',nArm. VOL. .11., Ho. 38. LEUIOnTON, OA.RBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1874. SINGLE COriES, THREE CENTS lenightbn Directory, Agent. 7. 0. Fredlrlrl, Singer Sewing Machine and Jn. iurqn,next to K, II. Snyder's, Pint street. Barber, XL B.VIDD0S, Shattng, ITair Culling and Sham pooing, under Exchange Hotel, Dank street. Boot und Shoe Makers. Charles Yeniwr, neurit opposite the pctl-cjjice, Bank street; alto, dealer in Confectionery. Clinton Dretney, in Levan't building. Bank street. AH ordert promptly fitted work warranted. Confectioners. Haustaan A Kuhns, oppodte Obert's store, Bank street. AU ordert promptly JiUed. Dry Goods and Groceries. Z. n. Long, Of p. L. 4 8. Depot, Dank st., dealer in Hardware, Qutcnixarc, Laditf Drat Gooxlt, fr. X, A. Beltsf Leockel's Block, Bank St., Dry Good), Groceriet, Quuntware, Carpel), Oil Clotlit Coal II. Snyder, Bank street, Dry Goods, Xoltont, Dress Goods, Groc...

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 August 1874

, , , JUIIIOH. I.KIIIOIirON, l'A.: BATURDAT JIOllNINrj AUGUST 8, 1871. The Itcpobllcans of the Twelfth Con gressional District licld their convention nt Wilkes-Uarrd.otl Tuesday, and norul Jialcd.Wi."W.iiKotcliani. Tlio present 'representative, Iazarus D. bhociuakcr, Who voted, against but took backpay, and , whoso, record on the Inflation bill ('Id not sulthls constituents, only with drev'frotti"tho contest Monday. The public debt' statement shows a re tlucilondurlng July of $1,283,800. ' Coin In the Treasury, J81, 113,210; currency, &0,013,233;-coln' certificates, $33,409, '000 j fcpeelaT 'deposits of legal tender for 'Ihiridcmiitlonof certificates of deposit, SoT),0Ut),0b0j 'butstanding legal tenders, ?380,toOiOOO. Tho total expenditures of the Government for tho fiscal ycp.r cndlrig June 30,' 187-1, were $287,13. 873. 17t There are flvo Important stato offices to,bo, filled In.Pcnnsylvo.iila (his years Lieutenant Governov.Secretary of Inter .nal.Affalrs, Auditor General, and...

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 August 1874

Advertising nates. Wt desire It to tie distinctly understood that no Advertisements will tie Inserted In the columns tt Ini CinBOii Advocate that may be received from unknown juirtleaor firms, unless accompanied with the) 6in. the following are our oiut terms i Advertisements fori year, per Inch each Insertion 10 Cents. " Elx Months, per Inch each Insertion 15 Cents. ' Three Months, " " 20 Cents. " Less than threetnontHa, flrstlnser- tlon $1, each subsequent Insertion 23 Cents. II. V. MOltTIIIMKtl, Publisher. JJJ lit S1EWBIIS, AtlonNKt" At LAW, OFFICE l Around iVorin tho new addition of the Mansion House, Mauch Chunk, fa. business transacted In English and German. Collections prompir made and Conveyancing neatly done. 43-Settlement, of Estates, Proving Wills ob talnlogLetlersofAdmlnlitratton.Flllng Accounts, and Orphans' Court Practice carefully attended to Licenses, Charters and Incorporations procured, and Criminal Cases made a specialty. Packard Orchestral Or gans, and Haines Bro...

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 August 1874

ma iivsionovs. A Stark County, 111, woman commit ted Bulclde the other dry because no cir cus company had visited bcr Vicinity for two years. "Are there any fools in this town," asked n stiMipcr of n newsboy yester day. "I don't know," leplied tho boy; "aie you lonesoine7" An Iowa circus drev a big crowd by advertising that Schuyler Colfax would enter the ring on a bet of WOO tht.t he could ride tho trick mule. A Philadelphia paper tl laks that If Maucli Chunk wero InEuroie, It would bo celebrated in a Bong. The namo would undoubtedly glvo a charm to verse. A red-nosed gentleman asked n wit whether hn believed In spirits. "Ay, sir." reviled ho, looking hlrn full In the fc, "I see too much evidence before mo to doubt It." "Sad thing to losoyour wife," said a friend toa Vernonter who stood at the grave of hU wife. "Well, tolerably sad," replied the mourner, "but then her clothes Jast Ct my oldett girl." North Platto. Nob,, was oneo a vir tuous and happy town; not a owear was over hear...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 15 August 1874

Wk r "USSSSSS. EQUSrEaTPBiMT "MVE AJSTP LET MVE." o,?. VOL. II., No. 30. LEUIGIITON, OAItBON COUNTY, FENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1874 SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS CARDS. Confectioner!. Hausman Kuban, opposite Obert's Btore, Bank street. M order! promptly fitted. -yy m. UArsnisn, ATTORN F.Y 'AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Sui EiutT, LinianiOH, Ft. TUsl Estate ua Uullwtton Agency. Will Buy and Sell Ileal Estate. Conveyancing neatly done. Col lection! promptly made. Settling Estates of De cedent, a specialty. May be consulted lu English end German. Nov. 22. JNO..D.BKR.TOLKTTE, ATTORNEY And counsellor at law, .Omci Hrst National Hank Building, 2nd Floor MAUCII CI1UNK, Puma,. May be consulted In derman. apr 18, 1874 pip, p. DIMM1CK, DISTRICT ATTORNEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, on BROiBWiT, flrst door below American Hotel, MiucUCliUut,l'cna'a. Collections prompt y made.- Nor. 23. Hl M, MHUUttRlV, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MAUCII CHUNK, PA. Oct 18,1873. j K. THMStlCIt, AUCTIONEEIl, Enst AVelssport, 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. — 15 August 1874

Ufa QbnxUn gMMttfc. u. v. iioiminiuii, EDITOR. I.HHiailTON, PA.: SATURDAY MORNINO ACQUST IS, 1871. OpeningofNewSchool-house A Gala Bay in Lehighton In accordance with nottco given our new, commodious and baadsomo School building was dedicated on Monday last. The day was floe, and a largo concourse of people wero present on ttio occasion. At 2:110 r. m. the assembly was called to order In the largo ball ot the School building, by our efficient County Super intendent, H. F. Hofford. Kov. L. B. Brown, paBtor of the tho Parryvlllo M. E. church, opened tho exercises by a very appropriate prayer, earnestly Im ploring divine blessings upon school, teachers and people. Followed by singing by the Lehighton Choir, under tho leadership ot Bev. D. K. Kepncr, with organ accompaniment by Prof. A. P. Horn. Tho organ used on the occasion being nPackard Orches tral, ot the sweetest toue, kindly loaned by Jr. Horn, the agent, for the occa sion. R. F. Hofford then addressed the au dience. After explai...

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 August 1874

i Advertising Rates. ? 4W lttob distinctly understood that no Advertisementa will U Inserted In the column! of Tni CiRBOX ABTOClti tbt may be recalled from l parties or linns, unless ucompanled with thaClsn. The following are our OSiTtermi! .Mvwllsements fori year, per inch each Insertion 10 Cents. Elx Months, per Ineheaeh Insertion IS Cents. Three Month, " " 20 Cents. f Lssthnnthremontlis,nrsllnser ' 1 ttou 111 each subsequent Insertion 25 Cents. ' " II. V.MORTIUMEIt, Publisher. n. siEwuns, ATTOnxr.T A'j! LAW, OFFICE I Qrou uFloorlnthenewadaillouofthe Mansion Howe, Mauch Chunk, Fa. Business transacted la English and Herman. Collections prom pry made and Conveyancing neatly done. 4CJ- Settlement of 'Estates, Proving Wlllf, ot. (i1nlnjI.etteriofAdmInUtratlon,Fllln3 Accounts, and Orphans Court rraillrt csrefn"yattendeil to Licenses, Charters and Incorporations procured, and Criminal Cnes mrule a spe Ulty. Packard Orchestral Or gans, and Haines Brothers Pianos, A. P. Horn, Agont, Lehig...

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 August 1874

Paragraphic. A younn shaver a barber's baby. 'Gicnt minds liavo purposes; others linve only wishes. If you would succeed In life, attend well to your own business. Trust not tho world, for It never payeth that It promlseth, A high rent A holo In tho crown of your bad hat. To abrldgo conversation, speak but the truth. Franklin says, "A poor man must work to find meat for his stomach a rich ono to find stomach for his meat." "If thou deslrest to bo held wise, f pays an author, "bo wlso enough to bridle thy own lotiguo." Thero Is no arena In which vanity displays Itself under such a variety of forms as In conversation. To be deprived of thoperson we love, Is happiness, In comiarlson of living with ono wo hato. Men and women aio never more fre quently outwitted than when they are trying to outwit others. Thero Is a man In town so knowing that people who don't know their own minds corao to him for Information on tho subject. "Don t.you mean to marry, my dear pIi?" "No, my clearwldow, I'd...

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 August 1874

I II. yi, jiiortiiimck. Editor and Proprietor. TERMS : One Dollar a Yoar in Advance. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1874 SINGLE CC-riES, TIIHEE CENTS . CARDS. u . Furniture Warehouse. f. SchwsrU, Bnk street, dealer in all Kindt of Tumiturt. Cbjlni made to ordir. Hoot nml Slioe Makers. Clinton Uretney, in Levan'i building, Usnk stroet. All ordtn promptly JUUd ivork warranted. M. HAl'SIIKU, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, DXKK EiauT, Limanion, PA. ItenlEsUWeua collection Agenc. Will Buy and Sell llfal Estate. Conveyancing neatly done. Col lections promptly made. Settling Estates of De i cedent, f peclalty. Slay lie consulted In English and German, Kot. Ti. JNpi D.,IIKUT01iETTB, ATTORNEY, AND.COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Okici First National Sink Building, 2nd Floor , MAUOII CHUNK, TiNHi. May be consulted In faorman. apr 18, 187 DISTRICT ATTORNEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, on BnoaoyfAt, first door below American Hotel, Miuch Chunk, l'enn'a. Collections prompt y mad...

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 August 1874

n. v. JioimiiMKR, kuitoh. i.nuiaiiTON', i'A.: SATURDAY MORNIXU AtlQVST M, 1871. A National sportsmen convention will bo held nt Niagara Palls on tho lGth of September 1874, ntid nil Invitation is extended to tdltors and sporting men generally to attend. This convention was fixed by tlio N. Y. Stato sporting convention at its lato meeting in Oswo go. Poor persons were killed and 19 oth ers wounded by an accident on tho Ta. Railroad, near Trenton, on Saturday night. As tho wrecked train contained COO people, U was not tho fault of the man who misplaced tho switch that inoro lives wcro not lost. tho Jeffersonlan thus spoaks of our tistlmablo citizen, A. J. Burling, the next member of the Legislature from this district: "A. J. Durllng, of Le lilghton, a Stroudsburg product, Is spoken of as tho Democratic candidate for tho legislature for Carbon county this fall. If n Democrat Is to be chosen from that county, which wo very much doubt, wo would as soon see Andrew sleeted, as any ono that...

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 August 1874

Advertising Rates. f desire It to tie distinctly understood lht no AdwrUmnenta will be Inserted In the column) of Tai Cikkk Abtocaii that may be recelf ed from (unknown parties or firms, unless accompanied with ( .rtheOiin. The allowing are our om.t terms! AdTertlsemenU fori year, per Inch each Iniertlon ,10 Cents. SliMonths,perlnchear.b.lnsartlon ISCenti. " Three Months, " " " 20 Centi. subsequent Insertion 25 Cents. It. V. MORTHIMEIt, Publisher. -jgj n. siEWEns, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OTFItiS I 0 round Floor In the new addt Hon of tho Mansion noma, Mauch Chunk, Ta. Business transacted In English and German. Collections rompl made and Conveyancing neatly done. XT Settlement of Estates, Frotlng Wills, ob taining letters of Admlnlstratlon,Flllng Accounts, and Orrfuni Court Fraetlee carefllyattended tp Licenses, Charters and Incorporations procured, and Crtsnloal Cafes made a specialty. Packard Orchestral Or gans, and Haines Brothers Pianos, A. P. Horn, Agent, Lehighton, Pa, July25,187't-m3...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 22 August 1874

A Koumco or ttio Women's CriiMUlc. Cleveland (Ohio) papers relate nn in teresting Incident growing out of tlio women's temperance crusado In that city. They say that one day, about tlireo months ago, Mr. John Coon's band was accosted by n prematurely old man, who gave his nnmons Westbronke, mid whoso nppesrauco showed that ho had long been n victim of Intemperance The prayers nnd persuasions of tho praying women touched in his heart tho memory of that old time, and at last he placed his name upon the pledge-book, and gave his word of honor to hence forth remain n temperate man. There was something about tho man that Im pressed the temperance workers with nn idea that ho was of better stuff than most associates, and friends wero enlisted In his behalf ready to do any thing for him. Ho was taken to tho house of Mr. W. E. I'reston, in East Cleveland, and kept thero about Ihreo weeks, until ho was strong enough to face tempatlon without falling. The history of tho man then carao out. li...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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