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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 11 September 1880

(hi tin THIS PAPER rnsf bo founA en fllo at Geo. I. Kowit.t. A Co Newspaper. Advertising Ilurcrm (10 Rpuca Btri),whcte odvir llsiDft wati sets rony he undo. lot It in . SATURDAY. feEPtUfiyEIl 11th, J880, Local and Pei'sonal. To.suiisciriiinusi , Subscribers will plcaso rcfor to the dlrio lion tabs on their papers, by so doing thejr Trill bo able to see whether they are square on our books or not, thus t John Fitswllliam mar8 19 , fihotvs that the subscription has been paid up till March 8lh, 1879, and consequently there Isonedollar.(lueusonthe present yenr, which you will please remit, of $1.2J Will be phargetl if wo have to send bill. The new wheat is eaid to riiake excel lent flour. Potato bugs are bunting winter quar ters. Thorp are fUrty-fivb (airs to be held la Pennsylvania this (alt. Eastern pccUile are bulldlilg 0 mill to make paper from straw. BPA-Look at the yellow direction tab on Ihe Drst page and see how much you owe. f you wanta nice smooth, easy shave your hair cut or ...

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. — 11 September 1880

ifcilfeM FARMERS' COLUMN. I1 ''tiutnbio' foot." This trouble In tbe feet of fowls Is a large linth on the sole or heel, which sometimes Ihptirates and sometimes forma a callosity, lid Its origin Is generally a bruise caused by I Ighllng from a high perch or flight. Heavy rdt naturally suffer more than those of I nail 'breeds. Bumble foot 'is oftcrt eon acted from perching on a flat pole, where toes Must be extended and the wholo la(fM Mni.a in Ihn liftll nf ih fnnl. .- ' " - r Itf.St tfrnv ft tyi riri.rf.nl InA irnilMn hv " - I rearrangement of tbo roosting poles. uund pe'rebes are preferable to flat or luaro .strips. The poles should bo email for a, full grown fowl not more than an Ich and., hajt in diameter. A large fowl ill roost on ft small branch One that Is IfCcieatly large to bear the weight is all at Is Heoeeiary'i When roosting ou a tree wis generally seek the outer branches, at are small and cay to clasp the toes . .Square or largo perches causo Okeil breast bones, produce...

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. — 18 September 1880

V t Advertising Rates. . Wo 'desire it to bo distinctly un'dsnltxxl that no advertisements will bejnsertcd In tho columns of Tim Qabbos Adyooatk that may bq rcccjved froiti, unknown barlicvuf rirms urfliiSj accompanied ., by, .tho CAsili Tlii) following aro our only terms i nSs sjuahb Likes), One year, each InscrtIoti','f' " cl, Bix months, each Insertion',.'"....;.'. 16 cts. Three months, each Insertion,..,.! 20 cts. Loss tfiah three rjlonths, firs.t Insertion $1 1 cjicll subsequent insorlion...!"" 2$ els. Local notices 10 cents icr lino. Jt, V. MORTlltMER, rublliilbr; . M onufacturer of and Dealer fti STOVES, RAMES AND HEATERS k and SteGt-Iron Ware anil GBneral House Mining Goods. llOOFIH rlnii SVptTTiNG ao'iio at stiort notice and at Lowest Cash Trices. . I am the nnfhnruipd nsort for the Pale pi the lotion in Fll,tsT-ciiAaa arovjsa i'UB 8ILVldll& GOLD MBDAL cook, THIS LIrtIXTH0U8E COOK. tHKMMTOWBIl HAVOt!, Tnii ijUNSl'.INB RANQEand TheNKW ANCHOR I1EATER. and am Selling tbem ...

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. — 18 September 1880

S3Z Ma Iff -3 l' MORTUIMKR, . . . F.DlTOlt LKII10IITON. PA. I 8tTtJRP.Wi8Er7EMBER 18ih,1850. The AtlMUwn pnal-nffloo organ "didn't xpect a ttepuMtcan victory In Maine lht year" In one column ofthnl paper, andyct In anolhaf claims the election of ttieehtlr'e Republican ticket What kind of consola tion dofOit call that, Bolrt -t-TIi' cotton' crop of the United Slates for the nftUSfi year which closed September t la estdriated by the New York Financial and Commercial Chronicle at 6,757,3117 bales,eom jlaM with' 5,1173,53 1 bales for the previous jeer. 01 this crop 3,805,121 bales were ex ricl and 1 ,624,805 hairs consumed at homo Khrt tli atnek at the shipping porta Septem ber lt was 137,410 bnlff. - Hen. Grnl n the spirit nervoclliig tdc Boitth la decidedly the best witness in the Republican, patly Ooinj to and returning rrom Mexico last winter Gen. Grant made a lour of the Southern statea. Ilia arriviil in Illinois was emphasized- by a sicech In which ha said t "It may lie appropriat...

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. — 18 September 1880

J. T. Manm & Sou's Grdat CASH SALE A Eare Chance ftf Cast Buyers ! . The underlined bar NOW OPEIT and lUady for Inspection Ad Immense M Soft Kalll Winter Dry Goods hrcss Goods; "Woolens, Blanket; Carpets; Oil Cloths, BbOTS; SHbES', etc which they haye placed at luch Low Frlcei ai will Moire llio StocC Quickly. .AH those In learch of any kind of DRY uuuut Avtf win uo wen id can anu exam in doodi and Prices. , Ktipectfullr. i. T. NUStUlIM & SON; ojipoilte the Public Square, tetlthtbo. Pi - iept. lJ.yl JCewnrnpcr , AiWertlninfr HUrt),wiitrp miTfi tiiinitcontriteUmajr .m made lor it in mar be found on fllo at Uro. I. .nowtfX A Co DitrcHit (10 Rpruct 6AiyRDAY- SEPTEMBER 18th, IPSO. Locftl and Personal: TO fiuuscitifiliilS: llori tabs on their capers, by to doing they wjll bo able .to tee whether they are square on our books or Dot, thus i fria8 79 intlon has been paid I. nnd con&aucntiy (here 1 one dollar due us on the fSresSn.licar, up lb. which yoii willpleaso remit, or $1....

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. — 18 September 1880

ADMtTDO PHI IIMM Cl.) mUl.UMlV.V.UU III I i. v.. .. I 11 U i 1 - . 1. - L. I.a.I ...,11 . Acfdi nill cal into marble, but not mile, -rJi foornoMvo drink forty-flvej gallon's rice crop of 1 88b In Florida wilt be lunvs.ai grcat as In J 870. irvmiKe a gooa souier ior copper use MTU 01 copper ana nmt nans 01 zinc IkUIWUUIHICU UH1UL MJ kUO 111 U T UiUUI a ine rot. grfsiineotno derived from lobfiltao til A filtltlftrt tit Llin IJfillftl HLfltM IS fllMMlL constant cuutneon just uciow me sur- tt . 1 hi f it K i f f TIi AffrfonUiin.. flphrtnl for Girl 11 st unr Franco, has 800 pupilf, varying In The lutosk Mtimatft of the acreaeo de butstile estimate of 3(1,000,000 in the n1- n. . 1LFU DlflLfB. . ir-. t,.r.u i..t. .-mi 1. s i ri..i ti . j 11 41 .1 1 J l. i ifrff Reported to be very scarce and In l dpmnnil. ntvinff in llA tininnna ivirn ' 1 1 1 r i..ir e 11 1 . 11 1 t tier is the rule of salting adopted by the apcy price 111 uusion, Ti". - I t it 1- - r rr i i r crun 111 is venr is iu.uuu.uu...

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. — 25 September 1880

Advertising Rates. "Wo desire It to lie distinctly understood that in advertisements will ba inserted 111 The Carbon Advofcat An Independent Family Ifmvapir!i Published every aATUItDAT, lit Lehighton, Carlxin Co., Pa., hf liAiiitv v. ?ioitTin,-nKit: " the columns of Tim Cannon Adtooatr that tnv ho roeelved from unkurlwn parties or ' firms unless accompanied by the cash. "The following afo our osly termsi i - os BtJtUnit (10 LINKS), " Ono year, each Insertion. .i.m....i lOcls. nix months. each inertloni.u.iii..i. IS els. tho Lehigh Vnlliy It. rt. Depot. 1 ill nil, . mi. 1111 1 1 1 , Minium ill mil 'hires mouth", each inseitloH,...i.i.i.. 20 cts. H. V. MoitTimiEit, Proprioior. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Adviince. Less than three months, first Insertion $1 i each subsequent Insertion 25 cts Local notices 10 cents rcr lino. H. V. MOBTHIMEU, Publisher. rvtnr dcpciuttiox or rtus akii riser r i -1 l VOL. Vlii., No. 44. LEHIGH'fON, CARBON COUNTY, 1JA SATURDAY, ...

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 September 1880

Htlra (N. Y.) Ohmvtri The liatllo of republicans can nuko any satisfactory cx- Gettysburg was fought, on tlio rebel Bide, planatlon as to what contributed to such nu It V tnrriltVMt, UIHTOH I.UIHHITON. I'A.: f AU 1WAY. PEPTEMBRn 25,188(1. - Mr Eniil.9li.nl Hie firm of Ilnnenck A K iis'i.weari n 'I sicks. llcpubllcen Ex. that'll n!t riRht. On tlio first Tuesday In Novetntier that same Ann will sock it to you right til' ely. At fie Pcmx-ratio primary election in Tike . iln'y on Sal unlay Hon. 0. M. ltw linrl.e.' "iitc Senator, was elected fur nomi nation to Cixijtrers from Tike county; Ed win J B.ikcr for Asvcinlo Judge, and Wil liam Wesl'titl IVr Iti'prcentallve. The total value of our exports of domes tic brea IsiiiIIV during Aujust was $31,493, 915, agnin9t29.7.l,fl5n during August, 1871). During lbocljlit months of tlio present year epdfng Angus' 31st, the value of domestic Breaditnlfs exported was fl81,850,7l!(!, gainst $137,014,(117 during the correspond Ing period of Inst jvnr....

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 September 1880

J.T.lsianift&Soii's Great CASH SALE A Rare Chance for Casli Buyers ! The undersigned have NOW OPEN and Ready for Inspection An Immense New Stock OF Fall! Winter Dry Goods Press Goods, "Woolens, Blankets, Carpets, Oil Cloths, BOOTS, SHOES, efce. which they have placed at such Low Prices ai will More the Stock Quickly. Alt thoao In icarch of any kind or DRY OOODS, Ice., will do well to call and exaui. In Oooda and Price. Respectfully, J. T. NUSRAUM & SON, Opposite the Public Square, Lehighton, Pa. sept 18-jl A VALUABLE PREMIUM! Wc will present every per son calling nt this office and paying $1.01) lor one year s subscription to the Carbon Advocate, with a copy of Dr. J. B. Kkndall's Treatise on thh House, one oi the most valuable books for Farmers and Horsemen ever published. The book is handsomely and profusely illustrated, and gives symptoms and treatment for the various diseases to which the horse is subject. Remem ber, for $1 you get the Ad vocate for one year and a copy o...

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 September 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN, i' nr. VAiits. The ierlrnUurrtl fnlrn nre now In "full b!al" llirnughuut Hi? country, nml for an other month trips, gri'dt displays of the Jrort ucl of lh firm will attract universal attention and murk the progttss that the 'funiininental Industry of tho nation has tnarie. Agricultural f.lre, tf properly eutiiltlcted Vrre' in rousii up anil Infuse with new life nd vignr the whole farming i-onnnuiilly, ll rycniwcr n a stimulus to enliven tho 3i"gf!lng interest which, owing to llionatlve jsolatlim of tho butlnet, Is prc ne to eteal yer tho farmer whuto life it spent in the pgftcful, quiet fliadfB ol n country home. Ltlte tho summer atoim which pitta new finr atid life into alt nature, after a violent shaking up, 01 the eighth, rounds, bustlo and exoiument of the fjir wake up the fsrmer'lo a better realization of the m.igni ti;d and Importance of his awn business, nd compel him to ftel that although seem ingly to quiet and dull is the daily business f the farm when com...

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. — 2 October 1880

eii.ii. i in i ' i lWjyii. a t Advertising Rates. (7 deslro It lo bo distinctly understood it hoiadvertTseme,nta will be Inserted in the columns of Tila'OaBooN Advocutk that ' may be received from unknown parties or firms Unless accompanied by the oabu. ,The following are our ohly terms i ON BQUiUC (10 LIHE3), . One year, each insertion 10 cts. Six months, each insertion IS cts. t-Throe months, each Insertion 20 cts. Less than three months, first insertion f.-lij each subsequent Insertion 25 cts. Local notices 10 cents per line. II. V. MORTHIMER, Publisher. Au tndependent Family Newepapef Published overy BAT&JIDAY, In Lehighton, Carbon' Co., Pa., by iiAititv v. iuoirrmft. ) I trrifTT li A s. K v A v. n .nnri niaiamui a the LeblRh Valley It. B. Depot. m . . Ai An l 1 t iviiuu, yiivu fvi i.uuhiu HM( i . i in in, I til nullum il, iiiiiiii, H. V. Mouthimer, Propriotor. INDEPENDENT-" Live and Let Live." SI. 00 a Year if Paid in Advance. ivsttr BEflcnrrnoM or rw axd txWt Job IPrintili...

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. — 2 October 1880

M4 htnfmx vmti, Klotz Re-nominated. 11. V MOKTIIIMEII, mi to:. I.Kll IU1ITI1N VS.: PHI HIUY. OrrOItKll 2nd, lflSO. .-Lil- " DEMOCRATIC tm felingjnd Parade. 'il tMiincnitid Mute Mealing nml We' V " V 1 uni le will bo field In thollor mi'li tif I.' hihton, nr SpRDAY, OCT. 16th, 1880. i jj tbe irmiiti!iit speakers onnounccil 0".rit,H "H'tcin Ij Hott. Sam. J. Randall, S'miW of the Vatipnal House nfltepresen Imjvc'. CoiiMinr.K. 'Tho Sulllvnn county Greenback Con- tjptiori met nt tho Court House at Dusliorc, Monday night. Tlicre were present twclvn men, and nobody was nominated and no. bXry Indorsod, and finally it collapted T-hey were all for Hancock. -Tlio nomocracy ol Philadelphia, Tues day nominated for Conrosi Gencrul George K.ttnowdcn. First District; Daniel D0U3I1 erry.Ji".( 9ccninlj Hon. Samuel J. Randall, T4ird; George Bull, Esq., Fourth; Sir. Jona lhan,K. Fnlwcll) Fifth. Four candidates je,rjiiomliialel for the Stato 8eiialo,and tttenty-eigut for tho llouso ol itepresenta' tKts,...

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. — 2 October 1880

IT; Mam & Son's Great CASH SALE A Rare Chance for Cash Buyers Tho underalgned hire NOW Ol'EN and heady fft Inspection An Immense New Stock Fall? Winter Dry Goods Dress Qoodsj Voolcns, Blankets, Carpets, Oil Cloths, BOOTS, SHOES, tDc. Which' tiley have placed at slich Low Prlcca ks will-Move the Stock Quickly. Ail theao In search of ahy kind of DRY tlOdllS, fco., will do well to call and exam ine Oouds and Prices. Bespectfully, J. T. NUSHAUM & SON, Opposite the Public Square, Lehtgntoh, Pa. acpt 18-yl this nwm ssss Nenlwif A tvr (nc llureou (in Hprure s.vranow. 0CT0nEit2n.i, uso. Local and Personal. j' MJiificitiiJi:its. , Subrili'fs tvI II plctsc refcr to the dlrcr Mori Litis on their papers, by m lining 1 1 1 Will be able to m whether they are pi.,n tin our luniks .ir not, thus: John Fitzwilliatn iiuirS 7" Shows that tin bubwriptinn luii Lren p.n up till March Rth. 1870, nnd irmwqiiftitlk there Isonmlnll.irdueiismi tho prewnt jrur Which you will plcisn remit, nr$li2j will I...

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. — 2 October 1880

FARMERSOLUMN.1 From Anicrir.in Agrlrulliirist for (Mnber. MINTS tOU O&TOUUti WOIIK, Wcccb in ra lajnl may bo rcry easily escn and destroyed tills month by the use of the "spud," n bri.d cliisel-ll.ilo attached to a hnndlo like ttint of a spntlo or lniiR-lmn-did shovel, h.ivinf.o spur upon It for the foot lo aid in tin mting it into llio ground. A boy Willi on instrument of this kind can rapidly clear gr.ua land of buttercups, dai lies, and a multitude of other biennial and perennial weeds. Tor-bRKSsiN'o. $ine dust or "tnnkings," ori'une iorllliier in which the nitrogen is not in the firm of nmmonia, and not solu ble, is the best (or latn nutmnn application to grata ur grain. Such n manure has somo immediato elfect, yotils not washed away in Bolo,t(oi by heavy fai;is, but shows its la tency in the springs Potatsm. Tho sooner they areMug now Hie'bMter. It is best to keep them a while cither in protected heaps In the Peld, or on somo unused floor. Thy throw ofl' much mhlslurs withi...

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. — 9 October 1880

AAMmsIsS ;?rAtlVertising Rates,- - deairo It to be distinctly understood that no advertisements will be Inserted In the ooliirtins of Tile OiBBON Adtooath that r may bo-received from unknown parties or . firm unless accompanied by the oxsn. The following are our onlt lorms i ORE SQtMRI (10 LINKS), One year, each insertion 10 cla. fljTlriotilhs, each insertion. ..i.i.um 16 cts. Ilroe months, each insertion 20 cts. Loss than three months, first insertion $1 1 each subsequent insertion S5 cts. Local notices 10 cents per lino. II. V. MORTHIMKR, Publisher. J Manufacturer ot and Dealer In Stoves, ranges ad heaters, Tin ancl Sheet-Iron fare anil General House Mlsning Goods, Hooting ntta SPOVTlNa done at ihort notice and at Lowest Cash Prices. ' J-TerrklBBol STOVE O RATES and FlllE a nicu.8 kept cousutntiy an naua. Store on SOUTH Street, A few doors above Dank St., LEI1IOHTON ratroiuire solicited Butlstao'ion Knarantaid. Oct.S-rl A. I). MOSSUIt. Mrs. C. BeTSCHIRSCHKY Respectfully announces ...

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. — 9 October 1880

BVC 553HI ' F., r- r r-X-,'- rr -r MAlMAir DEMCGRATiC- THJRET. xniMtoUn mvit rf anc'ouk. , Vot Vita President, , t jjUAII It. K,V(J,l,131t. BrATTTlUKET. Inr Supreme Jmla-e. OKOttVlpA'Jr.NKS. for Author O.neral. JUi H ItKUU MIT. ,2qW TY TiUKET. I'onitrtio). npui:tu-hiiOT2. , , President .Indue, JU- -SAMUKi. lllfF.IILn. For Assembly. MIO'tAHr.l'AH -lOV.. , , J. O. SSKltNi Fir Wat Met Attorney. .WHltf KUKC JATMAL RlraBLICAN TICKET, - For President, JAMKS A.OAUK1EI.D, 1'ifr Vice President. 0BK3TKU A AKTHUH. STATE IIOKET. For Supremo .T iilKr HEfJltVCIIlEKN. 1 For AtnlHor tloncMl, JOHN A. LEMON. OOtJNTY TIOKET. For President .Tudirc. BAJIUKLS. DEKUUlt. For District Attorney.. XDW A Till M. MVI.Hh.ARN. For AMftnblr. 4 JAMES F. Kltl-.SSI.EY. aiEl'UEN F. NINNJU1I. ANYTHINGJO WIN! BUT THIS IS VERY TM I Baiting for the SoMier Vote! OrfICK nf THK 1 iNTkaXATIII.NAl. l'llk&S. Act.XUT. f Wasuinoto:?, D. 0. Oct". 5, 1SS0. J Bpecial to the Carbon Advocate: Ymi are1 informed tlmt Secretary Sehur...

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. — 9 October 1880

- . wv.tMijM?'i.''gOtfyzaj,-'-'1Slll''l P 1 1 Mm & Son's Great CASH SALE Chance for Cash Buyers ! The. undersigned bars tfOft OPEN arid IUa.dy.for Inspection Flll Winter Dry Goods Dress Goods, rrWoolens, BlahkctS) "'.Carpets, Oil Clbtlis, K. BOOTS, SHOES, tfic. ,51." hif5thr taro placed at such Iw Prices will More lbs Stock Quickly. All thoie In learcb of any kind of DItV OOODS, he., irlU do well to call and exam In Qoodi and Prlcei. Respectfully, J. T. NUSHAUM A. SON, Oppoilto the Publlo Square, tthlg'htdn, Va. tept. 18-yl THIS PAPER ESSSS .Newspaper AdicriUinff JBin-enn (10 Bpruce j.wuer aarrr tUibKcuAtrncUnmy W made fgr it iu NEWYORK. SATURDAY, OOTOBBR 9, 1880. Local and Personal. to suhscuiuers; Subscribers will please refer to the Jirec 'Hon tabs on their raners. by so doine they "will, be able to see whether they are squure 'on our (woks r not, thus: John Fitiwilliam mar8 T9 Shows that the subscription has been paid tiD tuY March 8th. 1870. and consequently there Js one 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. — 9 October 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN,' IdOt o Btoei. Vermin nf soma kind Vtry frequently Infest domestic animals) they are moitly of tha louse tyi,aruall par asltlo animals that must bo removed by tbe application of tome Insecticide. A number nf subetancts have been ued to a greater or leu extent, of which a few are mentioned below- One pound of tobacco ,ond tlx ounces of borax boiled la two quarta of water, to which toft soap enough Is added to make a thick paste, has proved c. rood vermin salve, A mixture of carbolic acid and soft soap in th proportion of one to four males a com' pound easy to apply, and very effectual Shortly after, the purl a to which the soap mixture has been applied should be Washed x?itb pure wler and a non-ilrying oil rub' bed on. Oil of turpentine iM lard ol,op31 parts with a little carbolic acid, Is perhaps the most convenient mixture to make, and effectual In its application. Animals that art) affected with vermin need better care apdj higher feeding In order to overcome the ...

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. — 16 October 1880

metes. rfj.w IWgkCKJ The Carbon Advocate, An thileiiendput Fatfill Newstmf Published every sA'i'tUUA V, ll, Lchightoo, Ourlioii Co., I'll , bf iLvnuv v. MOETiiuirn, OTnni-nA'CS.WAy, a shnrt distrin aNt the Lehigh Valle; It. r. Depot, Terms: $1.00 perAnrp in Atece ktcsr CMCurnos or run b ttsvt Job J?rintin.j2? at rnrtv low phickh. $We desire It lo be dlitlnclly understood that; no advertisements will be inserted lit thaoolu'mns of Tb.Oaoic ADyuCAtxJhst roarabe recelred from unknown parties-ofi Arms,unless accompanied bjr the oisn. The following are our ohly urmi t oki sQtaii (10 Lints), One rear, each. Insertion 10 cti. Bis tnonths, each insertion Hcta? Three months, each insertion zu cis. tTesi than three months, first insertion H. V. Mortrimee, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT "'Live ana Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. 11? each subsequent insertion....... 2i eta. lwcal noticos 10 cents tier line. II. V. MORTHIMER, Publisher, VOL. VIII., No. 47. LEHIGHTON, CAKBQN COUNTY, PA.( SAT...

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. — 16 October 1880

I ii. v. urjiiTitniKn, EUlTOIt LltUIQUTON. I'A.: HATUIi DAY, OCTOBKIt IB, IPSO. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. r'nr 1'rrslilnnl. V HELISi U1T HANCOCK. For Vice President. WILLIAM 11. ENGLISH. PTATE TH'KUT. For Supreme .turtee. OKOKOKA JKNKB. For Auditor General, nOUKIlTP. IlKUIlfcllT. OOl'NTY TICKET. Pona-ress. Konunf KI.C1TZ. President .1 ii.Ik o. fU MULLS. UHKHER. For Assembly. MICHAEL (3AS-IUV J. (. ZKHN. Per IlliMct Attorney, JOHN KLINE. NAMAL REPMJCAN- TICKET . For President, JAMES A. UAKMELD. For Vice President. CHESTER A AUTHOR. STATE TICKET. For Supremo .T'udire, HENRY GRKEN, For Auditor General, JOHN A. LEMON. COUNTY TICKET. For Conisren. W. J.SCOTT. For President Judge, SAMUEL 9. DUKI1 Ell. jite tliat pnr ofport of one we belief the greatest nf living Americana was dlslnter- etteil nritlliniicat. They saidtiint we. were owned ly Prexel, Morgan i Co., by George V. Child, and that our paper bllli weft paid by. the National Cnmmittce. we with stood these illngi and arrows and ne...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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