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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 20 November 1880

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. jQf-Oall and COMPARE PRICES. Respectfully, J. T. NUSHAUM c SON, Orposlto the rubllc Square' Lehighton, Pa. icpt. 18-yl mis paper htn-e'), where uavii tisinKiiiiitrnctKtutiy bo made lor it iu mny found on Ma fit U0. 1. l'OWElL- & OoV Iliircim (1U Ftffiief 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 Advocate, with a copy ot Dr. J. B. Kendall's Tueatisr on the House, one of the most valuable books for 1 aimers and Horsemen ever published. The book is handsomely and profusely illustrated, and gives symptoms and treatment for the various diseases to which thcliorsc is subject. Remem ber, for $1 you get the Ad vocate for one year and a copy of the book hike ! Now hand in your names and the dollar. AVe have just received a limit...

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. — 20 November 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. Vllirunr fnitn lilcr. 'CMer Is i ("heap this season Hint farmers Irh6 thirty economy will lie likely to make Ihclrnwn rinegar. Tlic process uf manu facture is very simple. Tho best vessel lo lie in mailing vinegar Is a liarrel In which lard riil"-r or vinegar has been storert. If a iw barrel Is cmployeil, It should bo llior- huglilj tinted out, n gallon or more hot lf'nejir onrvH In nun allowed lo soak Into Ilia ww.l. Tim presence ol n small amount Wold v'neir will cause the contents of the Tessel to nririify more rpidly. The barrel In w'ieh Tim-girls made should not been- I rely full of cider. It Is bct to leave nsp.ico rqual lo about one-third of tho capacity of lh Vi-mel in which thonir can ciiculate. Ifhi I ung of the barrel should be left out find the vessel placed on Its sideabout a foot from the floor. In order lo Increase the circulation of air it Is well to bore n hole in liach end of tho barrel u few Incite from tho rhlme. A unifoim temperature of about Hg...

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. — 27 November 1880

. . . . j. W'ajwsiBS" V.ttsing Rates. ...tinc.tly understood .1- Ml 1 I t 1 I The Carbon Advocate. An Independent FamlW Newwe Fubllshrd every : ATl'RDAY, In Lehighton, Carbon Co., Pa., by liAititY v. JionTiixnr.ii umrjt-PAtxWAY. a short distance atai the Lehigh Valley IL 11. Depot, Tew: $1,09 pcrAmii In Adraw kveut Drscninios ot rum akd f At$r J o"b Printing ATVElfV LOW rp.lUKB. us win ue mseneo. in ,ura Uibbox Aovooatx that bo received from unknown parties or unless accompanied by th. rjisn. .iirin(r arn nil. nil v t.rni. I 01' lX (10 MRU), Hon lOett. -lion.... Uett. .nsertion! 20 cU. it'i,firstinsrt!on, nt Insertion 55 rta. H. V. Morthimer, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT-" Live and Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. IX., No 1. LEHIGIITON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1880. If not paid in advance, $1.23 II. .TIIIMER, Publisher. Manufacturer of and Dealer In uH.ES, RANGES AND HEATERS, V nnil Shfifit-Trmi Warn anil fip.nfirfll UUH WUtfUl UVU IIUIV UUH MVUW1IU UIU...

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. — 27 November 1880

I aHaHWK h r uoiiTimtHH, KU1T0H LKIlinilTON. I'A.: BATlnrAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1080. fcmroitiAi. Norr.s. A now SwecditU Industry Is that of it. J . H ... I A. , kavWaniiiaciunng line sawing mreau irom wow. In ordor to assist him In conducting his luxuriant researches on the conlogcous dis ease of domestic animals, Al. Pasteur has teu assigned 60,000 francs by tbo French government. -'Tb day wo jiresent to our patrons the lit Number of Volumo IX. of Tnn Carbos Advocate, mid, tbanltlng them for the sup port heretofore extended to us, respectfully atk u continuance of tlioir favors. o - An international congress of electricians will meet in-Wrls, on SepC 15, 1881, and will ho prrtvd-id by nn international exhi bition of electrical appliances, shown by In. Tetilorsof this country and Europe. Tbo perjury cases against William II Kemble, Charles It. Salter and Jesso R. Crawford wcrecalled In Court at Harrisburg on Saturday, ami the Jury In eaih caso, by direction of tho Court, rendered a verdi...

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. — 27 November 1880

M4Nser If Business Lively at J. T. Mm & Son's Store. Why Is It ? Because "vc BUY in Larger Quantities.'for-OASH, thereby Saving Large Discounts, m which our Customers share with us. O-Oalland COMPARE PRICES. , -"' j; TTNUSBATIM k SON, Opposite lbs Palillo Square' Leklghten, Pa. lcpt.lS-yl a H irJU ki.aa-iioW..i. & co XcmtmliT Allien ininir lluroni (1 Kprucs Dim y , , .... i: .. i . 1 - Diab-l tiaiinturatrAetsiuay MB A VALUABLE JEHU! Wc will nrcscbt every per son calling at this office and paying $1.00 forgone year's subscription to the oakuon Advocate, witli a coy) 01 ur, B. Kendall's Treatise on tub House, one of the most valuable books for t armors and Horsemen ever published. The book is handsoniely and profusely illustrated, and gives symptoms and treatment for the various diseases to vuncn the horse is subject. Remem ber, for $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...

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. — 27 November 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. if t I .Wl ' .'Wmft L'fwi Iliiilk for farm U'urk. Young stork, need not be housed uut!) real cold weHlher s."t In, but they should have a warn sheil to Ho In at night, ami to kept In first-rata condition through this month with turn pa, fal tnj3 Qtul all. Sheep beaf more expuiurt than any other of our domestic animals (not even excepting horses, not worked) that is, exoiuri tu the tatlier,uut not without shelter from slonns. The ewcajuugtit to bo in lamb by this time, an.il must lo kept doing well, Half n pint nfiwn n lay each will fur towards keep int; theirr in good condition. Heed nut all those wlvieli low signs of weakness, bare jir lpthrctnrnn.l ratten them II you can. Pios. It Is much belter to kill early than lute. As soon as cold weather comes on, pigs will gain very little, if any, and often lose during cold storms. Therefore, crowd them f not fat enough to kill. Feed occasionally pulvcriied charcoal, to keep their digestive functions in. tone; keep them cl...

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. — 4 December 1880

auasiu)riLiujjiiiia-j'iti tajiiL.iiaiiai'SS Advertising Rates. We dssire It to ba distinctly understood ' that no advertisements will be Inserted in The Carbon Advocati. An Independent Family Newspaper' Published every SATURDAY, Io Lehightoo, Oarbnn Co., Pa., by luuiti v. nioiiTiii.Tii;n, the eolumni of Tim Cibbok Advocate tint nitty be received from unknown parties or firmi unleii accompanied by the cash. Tks following are our oxlt termit oxi squakr (10 Muss), One fear, each Insertion 10 ctl. Bix months, each insertion 14 cts. Three months, each insertion 20 cts. Less than tkree months, first Insertion $1 1 each subsequent insertion....... Si cts. Local notices 10 cents per line. 11. V. MOnTHIMER, Publisher. A. Mosser, Manufacturer of and Dealer In STOVES, RAH6ES AND HEATERS, Tin and Start-to Ware and General House Furnishing Goods. Umcs-OA-IKWAY, abort tttetane tgt th, Lahlijh Volley It, R, Depot. Terms: $1.00 rerAiiiiniii in Adrancc- vanY Dcicniriiox or rim aud rAtor Job I r in t...

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. — 4 December 1880

It. V. MOKTIIIMKK, KDlTOIt l,tilllUI(TON. I'A.i RATUItiUY, DEf nMJintt i, 1880. r.niroitiAi. noihs. The debt slaloineiit sliowa the decreaso of the public debt duriiiR tlio nionlli of No member to bo $3,80ff-,2CI 2.1 1 cash In Treas ury, (210,120,703 98; legat .lender! out Uniting. $316,(131,010 1 fractlonnl currency outstanding, $7,103,207 37, U. 8. bonds of 1 830 outtUnding, $11,255,000. The Chicago Tribune publishes (V stoto Inent, from official returns, of tho votes of nil til States of the Union at the late rresl dentlal election. It gives Garfield, 4,439,415; llancnok, 4,430,014; Weaver, 305,729; Dow, 0.041, md oitlerlnjr, 1,703. Total, 9,192,- MS, in which Garfield has a plurality over Hancock uf 3,401. Evarta W. Farr, Congressman from the Third D!tpct of New Hampshire, and Rep- rrMiitatlvc-elecl to the next Houae, died in Jiitlleton,Tucsday,aged 40 years! He served Tour years in the was tor the Union, coming out with the rank ol major. He was at one limen member of the Execu...

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. — 4 December 1880

Groat Attractions! AT X T. Mm & CHEAP CASH STORE Just opened" and on exhibition, a Urge assortment of Fancy CJooilsS -ml Tytrt Prl.. which havo already be come a matter of crent Interest to our YntinR ' Folks. We would, therefore, Invite all to call citrly nnrl examine our elegant assort ment ol Holiday uoousi cnnjisung ui Lhdles' and Gent's Fiincy Hose. ' " Kid Gloves. - " " " Nccl: Ties. V " " " Fine Wallets. ' FANCY KNIT GOODS. -Fancy Back Combs. Cloth and Hair Brushes. 2 FINE JEWELRY. A Fancy Taper Boxes. - - TOILET SETS. Fancy Work Boxes. 'CfflHA, GLASS and SILVER WARE! Jewe'.y Cufkets, Glove Bxos, Handkerchief Boxes, and A choice line of S0AF3 an rEtlFUMEHY Eeipeetfutly, J. T. NUSBAUM fc SON, Opposite the Public Square, Lehighton,. Pa. sept. 11-71 may bo found on His nt Ueo. P. RowlU, Si Co' Newspaper Adtcrising llitrcmt (10 Hpruce Btire ),whrcmlv. 1. ttaingiimtrneutniiy ? made lot it lit SATURDAY. DECEMBER 1880. Local and Personal. xo suiiscmnnus. Subscribers will please ...

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. — 4 December 1880

Tilt hfttn. ' IBS- i . ... . ( M . form aUtl tUtlkee. I fVcfftl tntv t trurtW U a urtwf Mi never sircaawav ait'lkta. -iim awrMwi a tfreifftl. Tbljf lbs rrrom of (a u, It wet. -Tlw Rtrl who UttfS lr hair ftfon mif idn wife who banc Iter limbmtift Wf vmi tM tint wlili In trail nllh lb tltvil, keep oul of hi simp, Imriiltim nml I'm rule, Btiottbf (ft'rt for Instruction?, tetms, referen. eel, KB to K Itcil llrcthtrs, SnlMltors or I'M. ent;,.,Washtuultn, I). t) who lurnldi U same erithout charge. Iilian Uroihetl li n wetlknoM ami luai-mrul htm f Urx ex. parlance, bating licin eitatllihed Id 1M. 1e are informed by a1 fashion exohingQ that toKtrJre to b Wti We think it raboUl Hnio qiblvlt Vorv pilt on the fatlfltin. ''Mi.mlUif, jeii'lil very wioknjln dabe liiDiT oiib.'m ftick wnt ono Wiiiililh'l tin be f pre one's, face!" "Cerlnlnlj.tEfliefc' 'Vjjll, baby bit in finger when t mi tonlclng'Su other way I" Wires lire rinw happier than they have been for tome weckt ut, for they and their child...

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. — 11 December 1880

Advertising Rates. We desire It to ba distinctly understood that, ho advertisement! will be inserted In the columns of Tita Carbok Advooat that may be received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by the cash. The following aro our Oslt terms i oxi bquark flO urns), One year, each insertion 10 els. Blx months, each Insertion , Throe months, each insertion JO eta, Ijeis than tkree months, first insertion $1 1 eaeh subsequent insertion it cts. Local notices 10 cents per line. It. V. MORTUIMER, Publisher. A. ! Ilosser, Manufacturer ot ana Dealer In STOVES, RIMES AND HEATERS, Tin and M-Iron Ware ani General House Furnishing Gooils. ROOFINQ nnd SPOlTTino done at short notice and at Lowest Cash Prices. Hvervklndof STOVE rjrtATIts anil TlltH BRICKS kentcoDsinntiy on nana. Store on SOUTH Street, A few doors above Bank St., LEHIOHTON. ratronn re solicited StlIaclton guaranteed. Oct. 5-yi A. u. juua USSliU. J-A.VIU EIIBEUT'S Livery & Sale Stables BARK STREET. LKUIIGIITON, Pa P...

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. — 11 December 1880

II. V. MOItTlllMKII, KD1T011 I.KIIIOIITON. PA.! SATURDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1R80. t:nijrouiAi. noiics. Tlio last session of Hie 401)1 Congress convened nttlie Capitol In Washington, on Monday last. For proceedings and Fresi dent's Message, see nlhcr columns. Tile Grand Jury In Now York Friday of lnet week indicia! S. 8. Mnrey for perjury, nnd Jojoplt Karl, Louis A. Tost, Kcnwanl PUIIp and Charles A. Dyrno for publishing, In Iruth, a criminal libel on General Gur field.. Tlio election of a Congressman in tlio Third District ol New Hampshire to succeed li W. Farr, dcvenseil, (notice of wlwro dentil wi made Inst week.) will bo held on the 2Uli Iiul. H Is believed Ossian lUvif Lan inster, will be the Republican nominee, and Judgo Umglinui, of Iiittlctou, the Demo cratic, Would Dot this bo a good lime for some of our go-ahead cilitens to lake up the water-supply question in this borough f We hear of a scarcity of that very necessary ar ticle In (juila a number of places in town, and a long dr...

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. — 11 December 1880

Great Attractions! AT J. T. Hnntaun & Son's CHEAP CASH STORE Just opened and on exhibition, a large assortment of JFaucy 'ds2 at Lowest Prices, which hare already be come a matter of great Interest to our Young Folks. Wo would, therefore, Invito all to call early and examine our elegant aatort ment of Holiday Goods, consisting of ladles' and Gent's Fancy Hose. i Kid Gloves. " " Neck Tics. " Fine Wallets. FANCY KNIT GOODS. Fancy Back Combs. Cloth and Hair Brushes. FINE JEWELRY. Fancy Paper Boxes. TOILET SETS. Fancy Work Boxes. CHINA, GLASS and SILVER WARE! Jewely Caskets, Glove Boxes, Han.lkerchlef Boxes, and A choice line of SOArS ah " PEBFUMERY. Respectfully, J. T. NUSBAXIM fc SON, Opposite the rubllo Siusre, Lehljhton, Pa. sept. 18-yl may be found on Mo at (If.o. p. llowti.t. & CoV N.wI'iiiht A'lvcrilnlnir Buroiu (10 Fpruce Btre.'J.wm-reaiivi-i-iiitnsciMitrticUMiiiy be mode lor It in K. SATURDAY. DECEMBER vf, IPSO. Local and Personal. r.n-Weather strips are selling fast at...

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 December 1880

THIS MVn THAT. -Tli- i tves' turban for the little ones Is Call I l ie I, : i '. -Km in' ire cHeels are crecpm? into cos tumes ami are miirh admired. Inrcnlorw nntl iatcnicc. Should Bent) for Instruction,, term, ren., WS. ito.. In Udson Urcthrrs, Hnllcttors of I'M. onts, Washington, D. (J., who furnish tho lame without chariro. Edsnn llrothert Is n wen Known nun succepsmi urmor larito ex. pef lenee, baring beon cstatlltnsd In 1848. Tlio season lor fliiMiliiii deer In Xcw Jersey Ima enileil. A penalty f f $50 is tlio coat of blioutlng thorn out ofernson. -The Emperor Wlllimn, old as lie Is.klll el 118 tleer and wilJ boors during Ms re cent hunting excursion nt LetsJncen Almost every corner in tlio business part of Sew York city now lias its "liotinuf. dm." They are bakeil whilo ono walt8,nil ac-11 tit two cents each. ni:v jeu.miv vin. This wincr for sickness has lone been in tonpuiar Ijvur, but by no means intoxicating In tls suture. We refer to 6cer's Port urane wiun, much lias been...

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 December 1880

Advertising Rates, Wo desire it lo bo distinctly understood thflt no advertisements wilt be Inserted In the columns of Tub Oabboh Aovooati. that may bo received from unknown parties or Arms unloss accompanied by ilia cash. The following are our o.ily termsi The Carbon Advocat An Independent Family fowmpef Publlihed avary SATttoDAT, U ieuignign, uarhnn Co., in, by axutnv v. naxrrauutife uiran-ui.ijtwti, a encrt eittauo. nxR squauk (10 1IB), One voar. each insertion 10 cts, the LchljjU Valley . D. Be-Jtt, Bix&onths, each Insertion IS els. Three months, each insertion 20 cts. I m . . At n. . ..... ... i .w.mw. W4IVV 1U1 -AUtlUlo. ill UUI Loss than Urco months, lirst Insertion $1; each subsequent insertion 25 cts, Local notices 10 cents ler line. II. V. MOUT1IIMEK, rubllsbor. btsbt eucsmtoa or ia1s ajid mm J J KJ JlZ JL'JLJLI. L JUL A VEltY LOW PRldl. H. V. Morthimer, Propriotor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." Sl.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. Vol IX., No 4. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNT...

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 December 1880

It. t UOIlTlttMHIt, KDITOn . mlUJIITONi.fJl.l- .. t . BA.TU1HUW DECKM11ER 18, 18S0. liniroitiAt, tvoxus. The total pnpnlalion of the Territory of Utah is )3,W, of wliom-74,171 are males rfd fi9,43fl females! dt9,074 native-, anil 43, 833 of foreign tirlb. , Jlistico Strong, ot tiio Supremo Court oftfia United Blntcs, Tuesday handed Ills restn'ontlno to llio President, to tako elTcct iinraoilinlely upon its acVcntanco. It will bp accepted anil a new' appointment innde lx an carlyay". .' ' - ( Tlicro nro now Tour cornels visible to llils earth, through n fcooil lcloseoo nono ofvt'lucti ton bo icon with tlio naked eye. 'The first was discovered by 'Mr. Sehaerbele nt Ann Arbor, Midi.! 'he second by Mr. liarlroi?, al Slrasburg, Germany , Hie third by Mr, Lewis Swill, ut Eoelicster, N. Y.,and the fourth liy M. Fnyeyof Patis. SecMat-yThoiiipsodMondayeqilesled the President to appoint his successor as Secretary ot theXavy, in time to'premit his retirement from that 6flieo on 'Monday, 20th I...

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 December 1880

Groat Attractions! AT J. T, Mm & CHEAP CASH STORE Just opened and an exhibition, a Urge assortment of at Lowest Trices, which have already be r.mio a matter of great Interest to our Young Folks. We would, therefore, Invite oil to coll early and examine our elegant assort ment of Holiday Goods, consisting of Ladles' and Gent's -Fancy Hose, ' Kid Gloves. " " Keck Tics. Fine Wallets. FANCY KNIT GOODS. Fancy Back Combs. Cluth and Hair Brushes. FiNE JEWELRY. Fancy Paper Boxes. TOILET SETS. Fancy Work Boxes. CHINA, GLASS ai SILVER WARE! Jewe'.y Casket, Glovo Boxes, Handkerchief Boxes, and A choice line of SO ATS an ' PERFUMERY. KsspcctluSly, J. T. NTJSBAUM fc SON, Opposite the Publio Square, Leltlghtsn, Pa. "ft- nie paper may bo found on lllo at Of.o. I'. Kowiij. & Vo'r NenT AiltertMng llnrcnii (10 Upriica Hti-ee j.wlicrcralvn. tisin-,cmtriietiiinny uuudo lor it la SATURDAY'. DECEMBER IB, I8S0. Local and Personal. TO SUIISGIUIIEUS. Subscribers will please refer to the direc tion t...

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 December 1880

FARMERS' COLUMN. Frcucrrntloii at IJurncn. ThA first point to be observed Is to keep the leather soft and pliable; tbts can be Jono only by kcoplng It woll charged with oil and grouse: water is a destroyer of these, bet mod ami saline moisture from tbo ani mal are evcrj more destructive. Mud, In drying, absorbs tho f;rraer and owns the pores p the lealhor, making a ready prey to vratcr, f lille the salty characler of the pcrs pijitien frOui the aulmal injures.lbe leather, tlitcliingH und mounting!. It therefore fol ldws that to preserva a harness the sirups should be washed and oiled whenever It lies been moistened by sweat or toiled by mud. To do Uiis'ciTcelilally, tho straps should bo unbuckled and detached; then washed with a Jittle water and hruwn soap, then coated with a mixture of ncatsfoot oil and l allowed to remain undisturbed until the water fs dried out; then thoroughly rub with a woolen rag; the rubbing is impor tant, as it, in addition to removing tho sur plus oil and g...

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 December 1880

T Advertising Rates. Wo desire it to be distinctly understood that no advertisements will be inserted in the eoluriins of Ths Carbon Advooatb that may be received front unknown parties or firms Unless aceoulpanlcd by the CAali. The following are otlr ofrtv tetmsi oxisquABKilO limes,, One rear, each lnsortlon..u... 10 cU. filx months, each Insertion 15 cts, ..Throe months each insiirtloni.. ....... 20 cts. 'Sees tblii tVreenionths, first insertion ff; Sah subsequent insertion 25 cts. Local Pstices lO cents per lne. mV. MOItTlltMrJK, Publisher. The Carbon Advocate, AK ,no4fnk fSmbr wspeper" Published every SATURDAY, la' Lchlghtim, Chrbon Co.,Pa., by iiAiiiiT V. titbivxhiwitM. Ulrica D ANK.WAY, a .bort distauoe tb?? lhe Lehigh Valloy It. R. Dklflli Terms:' $l.0" jepAnnfim in Adnmcr svBnr'fiEsciu&ioj: or rttn ax fahc J ob Pointing AT VERY LOW PRICES. avium mm II. Y.4tonTniMnn, Propriotor. INDEPENDENT-- Live ana Let Live. $i.00 ri Year if jaid In Advance. VOL. IX., No 5. LEHIGHTON, C...

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 December 1880

I 4 hl Y. UOtlTIIlMKIt, EDITOR LKIUOIlTON.PA.l 8ATOHDAY, PECKJIBEH 25, 1880. EDtroniAMVOTKS. We with out readcrvjnerujtlajayerv MfcttRY OliniSTMASt Thn practice at Kindergarten schools oC braiding bsighl colored' bands of paper, sewing Cm Bilk upon tracings, and lha picking. f Aolei over a tracing on paper, baa becomejo notloeably. Injurious to the eye tight of children in many Instances, that lha; occupation Is being abandoned in many schoiils aud employment of other kinds aub- ttitutedi , The recent dredging of the seaofGal lllee, under, tlio supervision of Monsieur Lojlet, placet its depth at 250' metres JJivolve species of fish are found In these waters, the majority of which have the po oullar habit of hatching their eggs and pro tecting their young in their mouth, and are said to be much more numerous than in waters of this country. Among the receipts of the Treasury for the past year wo find the following: "Profits on coinage, $2,752,188 78." This comes'of thetieatand highly ...

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