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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 16 October 1880

J. install & Son's . Or oat CASH SALE Ate tee forMB! Tht undtrslried km titiVT OPEN end Kitdy to Inipntlon An Immense M M or Fall? Winter Dry Goods Dress Goods, Woolens, Blankets, . Carpets, Oil Cloths, BOOTS, SHOES, &c hTe'h they "have 'placed at inch Low Prices at will Mora thai Stock Quickly. All those la search of any kind of DRY QOODS, te., will do well to call and exam. la Good i and Prlcet. ' Respectfully, .1 J. T. NXJSBA'DM fc SON, Oppoilte th Pabllo Square, Lthlghton, Pa. tept. 18-jl THIS PAPER may bo found on Die as ueo. r, ROVBIX Co" .Newspaper AJTorthing lintr Bui Burtau (10 Sprue treat j.wnere aarer Ustag contracts may he mule for U la NEWY0RK. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 16, 1880. Local and Personal. TO SUliSCRlIJEnS. Subscribers will Dleaee refer to the dirtc- 'tion tab. on their papers, by to doing they "will bo able to see whether they are square 'on our books or not, thus : John Fitiwilllam mar8 79 Shows that the subscription has been paid up till March 8th, 1879, an...

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. — 16 October 1880

gjyuui pMjy JKyvM- 7ixxmyrK FARMERS' COLUMN. I'rlzu running In L'liRlmiili New York 7iiiwt Mr. dlllnsnu Hall, of Essex, on hia 2,r00 ncro farm keeps 700 mffi la stnlli, with running water constant lr before them. The milk, which is sent to London, a all pissed, as in as It li drawn, both winter ami summer, through refrigerator which reduces the tempera, t'tr from blood heat to 43 degrees, nail thus prevents acidity In transKrl even during the hottest weather. Ills (tables ilci not seem to be better arranged for ventila tion, feed and bedding than the testofuur own ( but Kb ii more Mrefu! In the selection of,bisoows than our dairymen generally ate. 1 .These are hl?h-grado Shorthorns, which ho (tlnta to thoroughbred bulls, lie fells hia calves niosllr at throe days old, and (ptlj double the price of hia neighbors, who keop Inferior (tuck. For each as ho makes steers be realises on the average $120 each at twenty-two months. But here Is a practice of Mr. Collinson Hall which It would b...

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. — 23 October 1880

i.-.!r.ir Advertising Rates. The Carbon Advocate. An Iii-lpjierident Fomllv N.(. ilr Publttihed evr-ty ATl HlAt, .i Leltight'Mi, CV'lmri l.'i'.,P. ., by litltRY V. VtlliTi:i.ll it". OITrfK-BA fJlAVAY. a I"1' ika'aner M.rr" the Leblab ih,. P. R.tViut. Terns: $1.00 wjmm in Aflyaiice' Brent Dr.ecMiTi'x of ftifs am mvct J o b Pri i?: ti 11 g ' ATVKM I.Otf ."tic We desire II to bo distinctly understood that no advertisements will be iuscrtotl In the columns of Thk GAitaox Advooati that may be received from unknown parties or fl nil I Unless accompanied by the cash The following are our oslt terms t ONK BQU1I1K (10 LISE3), One year, each Insertion. .. 10 cts. Bix months, each Insertion. .n, 16 cts. Three months, each insertion., 20 cte, Less than three months) first Insertion $1 j each subsequent insertion..,...! 25 cts, Local notices 10 cents iwr lino. H, V. MOItTlIlMKR, Publisher. H. V. Mortiiimer, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT-" Live and Let Live." $1:00 n Year if Paid in AtTvauco. VOL. 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. — 23 October 1880

11. V Ml'linttSIEIl, KD1T0R LBIIIOHTOK, PA. PATUMUY, OCTOBER 23, 1B80. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Tar President, WINFIBT.D8I O.T HANCOCK. For Vice l'rrtlilrnt, WILLIAM II. UNOl.ISU. STATU TIOKET. For Huprcme Juitna, OKU1SUBA JKNKS. For Auditor acnernl, nOUUUT I'. IIEC11EUT. COUNTY 1 10KET. ConirreM. nonr.tiT rlotz. President Judge, SAMUEL S. DIIKIIER. For Acurmlily, MIOIIAKLI'AS .IUY. J. O. ZKItN. Tit Dlttilrt Attorney, JOHN KLINE. Tlio attention of our remlcrs i directed to the Idler of Urn:. Wm. M. Itiipslicr, to be found in another column of to-day'a Cahdon Advooatk. Mr. Unpsher Is a gentleman of culture anil hn always been idt'iillOed Willi the lU'publlt'jn party, ii nn cxinrinber or the Pennsylvania Leltl.iturc,nnl lias here toforo been n haul winker for the success ol , his parly, anil swayed nn influence In its ranks second to uo other Republican In llie county. He ii also n prominent member ol the Carbon County Dir. Tlio accession ol Mr. Ilnpelicr to the Hancock ranks will ...

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. — 23 October 1880

.1 ' ;t- -1 J, T.lstara& Soil's Groat CASH SALE -1 Hare Chance for Cash Buyers ! . Thf Undersigned havs NOW OPES and i .Ileidr tor Inspection "ifllmiBse Sew Stock ot .'Fall? Winter Dry Goods Press Goods, .' Woolens, Blankets, Carpets, Oil Cloths, BOOTS, SHOES, Dc. which they have placed at inch Low Prices l will Muvo the Slock Quickly. Alt thfso In search of any kind of DHY QUO IIS, kc, will do well to call and exam ine Goods and Prlcea. Respectfully, J. T. NUSHAUM & SON, Opposite the Public Square, Lthlghton, Pa, ept 18-yl 170 nay bo found on tji file nt Ufo. P. B llowitx. & CoV Hureaii (10 Kpruoe Newsrnprr A.lter iahig Btrca.j.wiiereaiiv, i. tliiliK i-otitriteU may ae auado lor it iu SATUilDAY. OOTOBElt 23, 18S0. Local and Personal. TO MUHSCICIKKItS. Subscribers will plenso refer to the direc- tinn tabs on their paKjrs, uy so uoing met will bo able to see whether they ore square on our Ihniks ar not, thus : John Fitiwilliam mnr8 79 Shows that thn subscription lins been...

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. — 23 October 1880

kRMTRS' column. Flush mid t ut l'miluci-ra ha Antnran An"icultunal makes tip ll the liubll.'lied analysis by tha in6l eni- lit Hflncullural ci.emisu tl.o following le exhibiting tbo relative nutritive- Value llifl'eient feeds. It crresiiiirH strictly III Hie e.itierieiico of many nolcil English lori, nail is pi Jbiblv (he most trustwor- Inlbrniation yet collected in to compact rni- rat.i Flesh. Fat. 6! Wheat nnil kmcy. null Intra 1 iADa i IruU ... 1 iiuels aim iilnblr .. 12 l.i OC Seers' rn meal lust beans . ear y let need. fckw heal.. la. Imi.ui. i 3 2 ' ? 7' I ITIUI , . er. nr..ln.v 18 ,,1,0 J) t l.nrili nut.. 19 Dams, i:n 17i Hill field.. 21 18'Unsood M Tril'nrtn.fcol.. J Vi l.lntecdc.ike 28 60 llriui &. mill 1i Siuir 31 cOjltiipoiakc... 31 76 . tcur Icated ran li nut.. 33 (3 IH'CurilCillcit 68' cotton s.'ed 41 !t will be Been from the abovo that enlton I meal has no superior a a flesh fiirmer, that inr fattening it i bolter than every r article of ttock feed. In a very stunt...

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. — 30 October 1880

Advertising Rates, We desire It to bo distinctly understood tUait no advertisements will bo Inserted In tils columns of The Camiox Advooatk Hint may be received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by the cash. Thefollorf ing are our only terms! nxK SQUAtte (10 limes), One1 yrtr, each Insertion 10 ctl. Bi.x months, each Insertion H cts. Three months, each Insertion 20 cts. Less than tVireo months, first insertion $1 i each subsequent Insertion 25 cts. Local notice 10 cents per line. U. V. MOUTH IMErt, Publisher. Manufacturer of and Dealer In stoves, mm and heaters, Tin ana Sheet-Iron Ware anil General House Furnishing Goods. The Carbon Advocate An Independent Family Kewrpnptr Published every SATURDAY, In Lehlgliton, Carbon Co., Pa., by IIAlSItY V. ITlOItTIHiTIEIt. Ornrx-tiA SKWAY, a abort dlslanoe atwre the Lehigh Valley It. R. Depot: Tens: $1.00 w Annum in Mianee INDEPENDENT" Live ancifSt Live." 11. V. MotiTiiiMEit, Proprietor. 1.00 a Year if Fnid in Advance. Evenr Dpec...

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. — 30 October 1880

H. TMOItTlUMKit, EDITOR t.KIIIUIITON. PA.i SATURDAY. OOTOBKIl SO, 1880. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For I' refill en I, WINFIKLD SCOTT ll.VNUOOK. For Vice President, WILLIAM II. ENOUSU. ELECTORS AT LAltUE. Robert E.Monnghnn. William H. rlayforrl. DISTRICT ELECTORS. Jntm Slrvln, (.pore A. Tost, Blwln A. Vim. Alirum M. Benton, .liihii M Td nbljcll, John I'. IiinOrin, Oillltr. IJallett, John 8. Miller, John M ttrl, JnbliO.Kaxti.n, Wwanl Walilcu, Culvin M. Bower, KmliKii C. .Mines, J. A. J. iliichminti, Oiiitk" Filbert, Christopher Magre. Jiimcd G, McSparrun, Robert M. Gibson. Alfred ,?. .Martin, William B. Pnnlop, A'lnm (Wilder, Harry W, WiUon, Frallkiiu Tiirnrr. Biiuiitel (Jriflith, Kit .1. Hirniiiiiilinm, J. Muss Thiiiiiison, lleury U. D.ivis. STATE TICKET. Fur Supreme Judge, OEURUEA JKNKS. For Auditor General, ROBERT P. DEUHERT. COUNTY TIUKET. Congress. ROBERT RLOTZ. President Judge-, SAMUEL S. DHEIIER. For Assomhly, MIUIIAELUAS.IUY. J. O. ZERN. Fr District Attorney, JOHN KLINE. The...

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. — 30 October 1880

Jhtameiit f Business Lively at J. T. Mm & Son's Store. Why Is It ? Because we BUY in Large Quantities for CASH, thereby Saving Large Discounts, in which our Customers share with us. JgipUall and COMPARE PRICES. Respectfully, J. T. NUS11AUM & SON, Opposite, the Public Square, Lehighton, Pa. sopt. 18-yl THIS PAPER may l found on KiwiHiitrr A-UcrtWiMC Huron. (10 tSnniuff lining con tract muy W made lor it in FYILUABLEIIMIUM! "We will present every per son calling at this office and paying $1.00 for one year's subscription to the Camion Advocate, with a copy ol JJr. J. B. Kendall's Tueatise on the House, one of the most valuable books for Farmei's and Horsemen ever published. The book is handsomely and profusely illustrated, and gives svmntoms 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 of the uooFc FUfctf! Now hand in your names and the dollar. AVe have just received a limited number of Ke...

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. — 30 October 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. Sorclmm fur Forage. EIYurl millet liming been recntmnnniloil n year njo natt f.irugii wop, tho .Iniirjfa.H Cilv tivator plnntc.l some as nn experiment, nnd conclude tlint, while It tniv tin In Southern climrr, for Neiv Kugtmid it will not compare with corn. It im ti'stod HTfilmm In tho sama way ntul reuehes tnurli Oil) en me con elusion. Corn lr:t niorolinVr..,an(l they are much larger, 'i'lie atalk of the sorghum Is very tweet, and no iluuut contains a large amount of sugar, anil on this oct-oui.l would bo desirable, at u Cilice t rojs buttheie is not tlio least doubt that on acru onVestern corn would pro luco n minli l.irjier otnmiiit of sugar than an acru of Mrjlmmi Hint la. nl thougli the sorghum would rontiiin a much larger peicenlago of tuir, jet the gicutcr amount of furujju produced by tho com would yield mure sugar as food for stock, and much more of all tho other elements of food. Corn stalks p'a-itcd at tho fame time yielded stalks nearly three times as l...

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. — 6 November 1880

Sflrj"WTJ, Advertising Rates. "Wo desire it to bo distinctly understood that no advertisements Will bo inserted in the columns ofTiiR.CApBOX Advooatr that may be received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by the oasu. The following are our omLy terms i ONR BQUARt". (10 1.1NK3), Ono year, e&cU Insertion 15 c"' Dlx months, each insertion 1 "a. Three months, each Insertion 20 s. less than tiree months, firstinsertion $1 1 each subsequent insertion 25 cts. Local notices 10 cents per lino. II. V. MOItTHIMER, Publisher. A. !. Msser. Manufoctutorof and Dealer in STOVES, RAUGES AND HEATERS, Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware and General House WsMbe Goods. KOOFINC niut SVOUTIPfO done n short notice and nt. Lowest Cash Prices. Vrerrktmlof SIOVI! ortATHS sml rtlll tlRICKM kcptcotntiutlyou In ml. Store on SOUTH Street, A few doors above Hank St., LEIIIGIITON Pat'onr-tre solicited Oct C-yi -S.itistac lrii ifiiaumtrn tl. A. It MOS.SliU Mrs. C. DsTSCHIRSCHKY IteFpectfuHy announces to lier ...

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. — 6 November 1880

II. V. MIlllTlllMl. KIHTOH LKIlltlllTON. !. KATURDAY, NOVEMBER fl, 1S80. Hancock fta People's Choice ! Ha has 100.000 voles more than Chinese Garfield I If he is defrauded out of the electoral vote of New lork State then the people of the United States,all taken togeth er, will again be deprived o their verdict at the polls. Al though the voice of the peo ple is more than 100,000 against Garfield yet ho wil rule over the majority of the people against their emphatic protest. How long must this continue 1 Tlio public debt statement ittuedMon day, ahowe n decretiBO ol7, 103, i55. The election is over, Garfield is elected and now you will exhibit a fair share of common setise by dropping the subject o jKilitics, on,l going to wurlt to improve the lu.ineai of tho country. 3VH'S Till! TIC I IN C. Aud now (ho season is approaching, when the earth shall be filled with questioning1 and secret communings and councils shall in appearance nt least, divide each family ugalust itself. For while ...

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. — 6 November 1880

fig Wo I V 10 Moment Business Lively at J. T. Maim & Son's Store. Why Is It ? Ijccausc we BUlf in Large Quantities for CASH, thereby Saving Large Discounts, in which our Customers share with us. OSrOull and COMPARE PRICES. Respectfully, J. T. NUSJ1AUM t SON, t Opposite tbe I'utllo Square Lehlthton, Pa. sept. 18-yl A VALUABLE PREMIUM! We will present every per son calling at this office and paying $1.00 for one year's subscription to the Carbon Advocatk, with a copy of Dr. J. 13. Kendall's Treatise on the Horse, one of 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, lor $1 you get the Ad vocate for one year and a copy of the book free ! Now hand in your names and the dollar. We have just received a limited number of Kendall's Treatise on the Horse and His Diseases, printed in Ger man, which we will give to those pay...

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. — 6 November 1880

r t ( l llif e! rt-.!i , j . L.t.y..i t , 'litJ'4. irimtwW M r! nnili(Hl. -sirs 5 ti'iii- .!!!. auiw. MKivMtMi ,,... ' iA. T. nlne-yem nil Vx; JIM ,. I ' uhitUiil t IfrOMiwo .' over eight. . Iln;.ii. CVMirirAlrx. - , It i. iW vile ili.e-e.i ralf. proenrtltf'. 10 i ,,, .,ia i.r witmlerfiil 'f.reiirii Mudi. harks. 1 1. ii nth I ml. uc if ii.iiit, lit nilnpi,', if,. He. Hte Innl TlilMfctN WMll-kllnWil 111 I- iciik dm, OiJTOf)iii.lii n Hi wn N II. tlM tiy 11 c Ihn Vt" frt-r tn II ii'.. i'i(. rViMsti unit b of tnetltr-'iiet mtatMrwittiiKn. 80 2 Om lArfdnWiiMrl eUlity-lwii ImiMiiia w.i. iwtf! Ill AlMinii, I'o., during the .k. n Jit el"4iij(. A jlifjf 1ro Ifirtfug llm tliMiIre lie vi-iy thoirjlltlWly ll, "W.ui't yem take .il i7" ''Uvrt'uiiily , slnrrepliod, m idio took Inn nrio. , Mill' tii tr :i.jjii. ixi) iiij u.liM4t'c(piii Aiincoxai'Mr-- JitlS clbk. SJHSl i1 .liTP'lpnitin rs, 1,.. i m I l.y i'1Ttt, ! In "i Wlilrt ijiiil vlllrt"- I" pro ia i 1 iVm.-Tti A tiiB'e "I i . i Catihn' Vf White...

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. — 13 November 1880

BP Advertising Rates. Wo desire It tn bo distinctly understood that uoadvertisoinents will be Inserted in the cildtnns of Tim Cakboh Advocatr that may be received from unknown partlos or firms,, unless accompanied by tlio 01311. The following aro our oxly ternni o.nb eqUABi (10 LIN eg), Oniyear, each insertion 10 cl. Six months, each Insertion IScU. Three months, each insertion 20 eta. Loss than tXree months, first insertion $1 j each subsequent insertion 25 cts. Local notices 10 cents lier line. H. V. MURTHIMKR, Publisher, Av 1. Bttossr9 Manufacturer ot and Dealer In stoves, mm aud heaters, Tin and Slieet-Irou Ware ani General Honse FnrnisMng GooOs. The Carbon Advocate An Independent Futility Kesrtrntief Published every BATUIlDAY, In Lehlghton, Carbou Co., I'a., by ifAuitY v. nioHTiiijircn. Olriri-BA K.WAT, at short dlstauoe, sNj tbe Lehlitb Valley It. It. IXfot, Terms: $1.00 pcrAEM in Mian srenr Bttorjmox o' rials aM f axct Job Printing H, V. MoitTiiiMER, Proprietor. . INDEPENDENT...

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. — 13 November 1880

II V MORTItlMKR, UKUKIIITOS. PA. EvruiituY, xovijMnnu is, tssn. i - j- ' . i - Despite llie prevailing superstition or many persons that plants liejit In llrlng rooms are unwholesome, It lias been dcclttejl by most physicians and tclotillsls, wlio hnvo thoroughly Investigated the stihject, tlint, as a general rule, they are dM-Ideilh' beneficial PnM.shedln the Philadelphia JMUAbt. ! states that, thero I.- n process going on in plants which, from a hygeniostitnd-point,ls nf great Importance that nf transpiration or exhalation of moisturo by the leaves, which is of Invdluablo servico in rooms warmed by dry-air furnacrs. Ho recom mends thai all living-rooms bo well stocked with plants, and Is of tho opinion tli.it the the henllh-giving effect will be perceptibly rnrniTest to nil who try the experiment. The official eoutit of the voto cast In rinlodelplii.i at the recent election was fin L'hed Monday. Itgivei Gariield a majority rf 20,RSS( Iien.on for Auditor General, 18, 235 j Green fo...

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. — 13 November 1880

l 'II Business Lively at J. T. Mam & Son's Store. Why Is It ? Because wc BUY in Large Quantities for CASH, thereby Saving Large Discounts, in which our Customers share with us. flOtillnnd COMPARJi PRICES. Heipectlully, J. T. NUSRAUM k SON, Opposite the Public Square Lehighton, Pa. crt. 18-yl his paper rany bo found on 111a nt Uro. 1'. llownr. & CoV UewiiraiHT AilreriUlnff llurciiil (III Hpriio Blrce),whcrciulvil. tling contracts may e made lor it iu SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1880. Local and Personal. TO KUHKCItllir.ltH. Subscribers will plcaso refer to the direc tion tabs on their papers", by so doing they will bo able to tee whether they are square ou our books or not, thus: John Fitzwilliain tunr8 79 Shows that the subscription has been paid in. till March Rth. 187'J. and consequently there is one dollar due us on the present year, which you will please remit, or $1.25 will be charged if we have to seuu mu. SuLook at tlio yellow direction tab on the first page and see bow muc...

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. — 13 November 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN, ncnnK for Mircli Rnlnlug. Mr, Ptrtrnlse, mi Orleans fdiitityi Jf. Y. farmer, semis Ui llio UuralJIome the follow inj particulars concerning Lentis as food,' "Duriu,? til winter . season Mr. 1'. keeps from fifteen to twcnly-fivo families picliinj; bans, a rot the tUmagod ones pickoil out.to- getlier with tlie split beans screened out to. fore lurking are sold to our formers lor feed lug theep and iwino, Unt mostly fur sheep Bmncjtrti fa.1 tn.cows, and with, good results. I hve la luhid 0110 farmer, formerly from thl ixiuhty, tut now living near Speneer port, phojin purfliiscil a good many hcjus nf us for Wiling Ills cim'n, and he elated that, if when feedinxlncsl ho would chango In fednt; hearts, Ihero would bo an Incriafe of from one In two quarts per day in the amount of futlk, and when changed from banns .to tnoal a corresponding decrease. They ireespecjally adapted to tho fetding of heop,hoj only haing:thu fattening proper ties of coVnJbut also containing some ii...

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. — 20 November 1880

Advertising Rates, Wo desiro It to bo distinctly understood that no advertisements will bo Inserted In the columns of Tun Carboh Advocate that may bo received from unknown parties or Anns unless accompanied by tin casii. The following are our oxly terms! one sqmni (10 lines), Ono year, each insertion lOcts. Six months, each insertion IS cts. Thrco months, each Insertion 20 cts. Loss than tXrec months, first Insertion $1 j each subsequent Insertion 25 cts. Local notices 10 cents cor line. II. V. MOnTIIIMER, Publisher. A. ED lffssP3 Manufacturer otand Sealer )n STOVES, RAMES AND HEATERS, Tin anil Sheet-Iron Ware aiii General House Fnrnishins Goods.. KOOriMU nml Sl'OfJT'lNO done at short notice and at Lowest Cash Prices. VvcrrUnd of STOVE O HATES and PIKE Hmc KM kept constantly on lnud. Store on SOUTH Street, A few doors abovo Bank St., LEHIGHTON. ton k' l)A Oct. s-ri ,!OSSUIt Mrs. C. MSCHIRSCHKY Kcspactfully announces to her Mentis and tho public generally, that 'tin hat moved luck to...

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. — 20 November 1880

it. v Moimn.Mi:K, t.KltlllllTON. I'A.l BATTItDAY, KOVRMBKR 20, 1S80. i:i)ll'OKIAI. NOTIX Willi tills Issue wo romplplo tlio Vllltli Vulunio of tlio Camion AiiVooate. Tlfi-aTntis nml foreign annloslsfs will mei'tnt Bt. releisburR in 1881, on tlmoc fiilrtu nf llin gt'lni.r-ptilenntlil lllullce of tlio 7. atlngiral Museum of the Aruilrtny of Sciences, established la I83l,uy uie emper or Kuliolm. Tlio liamoiit manufacturer, M. llnn niiv, nf IImimI, announces that Ills experi ments plmw Dial tlio oryslnlizntioii of silica (qiimlz, niiiotliyet, etc.,) nml of alumina (ruliy.Aapjililrc) may bo curried on so as to bo a coniiiicri'iiil success. iiiniitif.ictory In Germany is turning oul over a tnu a nay in liiueos inane irom olil liii ii Nigs. The article produced Issaiil tn lioelHiiiieully identical with grapo sugar, Is cheap, anil enters largely into the manu facture of confections ami jellies. Tho Legislature bribery cases of George F BuniVi, Chilstopher Long anil E. J. M. Cue, as IIariibi...

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