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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 5 March 1881

Groat Attractions! AT J, T. Msm & Son's CHEAP CASH STORE Just opened and on exhibition, a largo assortment of at Lowest Trices, which have already be come a matter or great interest to our oting Folks. Wo would, therefore, invito all to call early ami examine our elegant assort ment of Fancy Goods, consisting ot Ladies' and Gent's Fancy Hose. " Kid Gloves. it ii Neck Ties. " ' Fine Wallets. FANCY KNIT GOODS. Fancy Baelc Combs. Cloth and Hair Brushes. FINE JEWELRY. Fancy Paper Boxes. TOILET SETS. Fancy Work Boxes. CHINA, GLASS Slid QUEE1ISWARE! Respectfully, J. T. NUSHAUM &. SON, Opposite the Publto Square, Lchlghton, Pa. sept. 18-jl SATURDAY. MARCH 5, 1881. Local and Personal. xo suuscitujr.itK. SubTibcra will please refer to tlio direc tion tabs on their iaiers, by so Joins they will bn able to see whether they aro tuare on our books Jir not, thus : John Fitzwilliam marS 70 Shows that the subscription lias been paid un till March Sth. 1870, and consequently there is ono dol...

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. — 5 March 1881

FARMERS' COLUMN. HHiivy tj Prod si co filrnwbcrrloH. Kmo nut ol Ifii porS'ins who cultlvnle etrnivlirrnes nlluw Ilia runners to grow for the purpojo of getting plants the following year. Tli 9 is wrung. 'Ifplanls tiro ilesmd llicy (liculd to loUcii from ft patch tolicleit for f' it I uiposc. It Is Impossible to yet fi'-st ilu'j fittit from vint? that havo pro Hufl runners, osllie effort atdntiblo pro due1 n 'plnntsonil berries) weaken: thovtno mi I ,jk vrt.ls it from procuring gord fruit, Tn ti, .!, Iir , well lljvored strawberries tlx' e'n-s sl.puld ba kept freo Ironi runners, not even ullnrrins them lo get away from the u-. i.t ut lie stark. This can bo done by having n pufo of atovepipo fixed Ion stick f.irn handle, tu use for.a cutler. Place the ;!po over Ihc plant and pressupon it. This cuts ofT tho runners. When the runners have all been cut follow with the hoo and clear Inert) away. When tho plants blossom all the lih.reoms should be cut off except n few of tlio forward ones ...

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. — 12 March 1881

Advertising Rates. We rffcslfe tt to be distinctly understood thni no advertisements will be Inserted In the eolura'ns of Tita Oabos Advooatis that may be received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by the cash. The following are our oslt terms! OXI SQUIR (10 L1KB3), One year, each insertion 10 ett. Biz months, each insertion 15 cU. Three months, each Insertion.,.. 20 cts. Iicss than txree months, first insertion $1 ; eaeh subsequent insertion 2& cts. Local notices 10 cents tier line. II. V. HORT1IIMER, Publisher. Manufacturer ot and Dealer In STOVES, RANGES AND HEATERS, Tin ani M-ron Ware and General ;HoiiseMbini Goods. RaeriKO and SPOCTINB dona at short aotica and at Lowest Cash Fri-set. Vvervklndof STOVE OtlATIts sua FIUE BRICKS kept constantly on nvia. Store on SOUTH Street, A. few deors above Bank St., LEUIQJITO.V. Patronare solicited S.tlsrao'lrin Krurnnt.ed. Ott. 5-yl A. D. MOSS El!. J-yiriO EBUEHT'S Livery & Sale Stables II A NIC STREET. L,KIHaHTON, Pa ...

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. — 12 March 1881

KD1T0H 1.KII10IITON. f A.i BAT0IWAY, MARCH 12, 1861. XIIIJ inADUVICATION. WiBRtxcTONi D. C, March 5, 1881 The Hay of great events Is1 over. James A. Qarfi.rM liai been Inaugurated President of the VnltcJ States, and in happy contrast with the tjloom which ushered It In the day nded In a blazo of splendor and glory. Multitudes attended from every lection of the country. Civil and hillltary dignltnrl and representatives of every rank, class and color assembled to do honor to the event. The administration of President tlayea bai patted out of existence, and tlure't a new teiisnt at Ihe While House. The story f tbe day, Interesting at It li, Is not exciting, The official programme was carried out to the letter. In the morning Mr.- Garfield was escorted to the White House, and thence driven to tbe Capital, attended by tho mill Ury. After tho usual ceremonial in tbe Senate, the procession of dignitaries moved out to the grand stand, where, In the prei ence of some thousands of his fellow-...

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. — 12 March 1881

trroat attractions! AT J.T. & CHEAP CASH STORE f Just opened and oa exhibition, . larjo assortment or Fancy Goods! at Lowest Prices, which have, already In come a mutter of great interest to our Yiiiing Fotki. We would, therefore, invite all to call early and examine nur elegant assort ment oi fancy uooas, consisting or Ladlos' and Gent's Fancy Hose. " " Kid Gloves. " ' " Neck Ties. Fine Wallets. FANCY KNIT GOODS. Fancy Back Combs. Cloth and Hair Brushes. FINE JEWELRY. Fancy Pa,?r Boxes. TOILET SETS. Fancy Work Boxes. CHINA, GLASS and QUEEKSWARE ! Respectfully, J. T.'NUSHAUM k SON, Opposite tha Public Square, Lthlfhton, Pa. lept lS-yl SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1881. Local and Personal. Eister comes on 17th rf April. The trout angling season opens April first. fc3uBet plated castors $3.00 and up wards lit E. II. llnlil's, Maucli (JJjutik. Lansford Titus, a laborer, was crushed to death in the mines, near Wilkesbarrc, on Friday or lust week. Col. If. B. Wrlnht recently placed 100,. 000 ...

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. — 12 March 1881

FARMERS "COLUMN 'J i DIRECTIONS. t or catnrrn, Hoy Fevsr. Cold In the Head. Its., tn judging ol Ilia strength of a. (coo! look out its weakest place. A wife licateil n gtlvryiic current wljt rlit wdftd ilkcl'ft tlurp felw. . - Copper wlrertho thirteenth ol ah Inch In illnmttor will, (sustain 302 pounds.' It Is belief to transplant pears, pooches, rlicrrles lift J plums in. tlio spring this In the f,.)lT '. Juf S'Hlurojs mnslnrilly struggling toronrj. vnlo the salt.' With nature deby is riiiova li.m. ... jTo man vrllicver gel a first raid oven nr profitable Jl;x:ltAof sbcep vino docs 'not make a practieo of yearly, culling. r-Bean poles may be cut at any time If the Snow Is not too deep to get in the woods. Itcd ceder malioa the. most durable pole.'. Poultry will eat Quantities of enovc. yiiey should be sbul up If seen packing it. Melted snow Is not a desirable drink for fowl. Facts and experiment go to provo that a cow high in llesli will yield more butter irr proportion to the yiel...

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. — 19 March 1881

Advertising Rates. We deslra It lo bo distinctly understood that no advertisements will be Inserted In ha column! of Tax Cakhon Advocat tliat jsjay be received from unknown parties or 'firms unless accompanied by tho cash. The following are our oxly terms i nUt SQ.0AB1S (10 Ltxts), One yetr, each insertion .. 10 els. Biz months, each insoitlon IS cts. Throe months, each insertion 20 cts. Less than lireo months, first i nsertion $1 1 each subsequent Insertion 25 cts. Local notices 10 cents per lino. II. V. MORTHIMER, rubllsher. A. !. 3Hossr5 Manufacturer ol and Dealer In STOVES, ROSES AUD HEATERS, Tin and Sbeet-nm Ware an! General House FnrnisMiiE Goods. . noonrtn anil SFOUTtrfU dono nt short notice aud at Lowest Cash Trices. Terr lclnfl of BTOVIt CJBATE3 anil PIKE CRICKS kopt coa-n(ly on Intnl. Store on SOUTH Street, A tew doors sbovo Bank St., LEIUCnTON'. rtronio solicited S-tilc irn gmrsntoi-d. Oct.S-71 A. I). 4IOS3BU. tiivery & Sale Stables 9 IOaNIC STRKET.L.15UIOIITON, Pa (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. — 19 March 1881

It- V. VtOHTIllMliK, ENlTOlt LBIttailTON.T-A.i ISAttHlPAY, MAIJOII 19, 1881. Tli Wwt ChrMft Village 1'cmnl tins latrnnl nt (lie fiurclifiH! nf ilfty acres of grmiiul iifstr Wfiyna Slpilon, on tin- lViin sylranla lUilrowl, by General Ornnt, upon wlneb lie will buil.l n haiiilsniuo resilience. he Oronrt Jury of Schuylkill county Inst week found n true bill of Itidlcttnctit fixainst Jacob IIuntzinr;cr for cinbozzllnj; $24,000 Hint Prollionntnry Kerns liml on ilo msit in the Miners' Trtit lhnk. The r.Mreil Eagle says tlmt a petition Is being signed by neopla living alon? the proposed ronlpoftho Jersey Shorn mid Pino Creels liailroad, asking thai It be built. This is i lie extrusion propiweil'hy tbo Phlladel pliui and Ueadiug Itallroail from Jersey Sliora to Pott Allegheny. - Thern is snmo comment iti Wosuinglon rclif, tnudiing tho tact that Senator Conk lmx lias tiot-yet pulin an appearance nt tho While Ilotife. As lie- has not cresscd its threshold for over four yenrs, it In suggested ...

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. — 19 March 1881

t Great Attractions! AT J, T. Islam & Son's CHEAP CASH STORE Juit opened and on exhibition, a largo assortment of Fancy Clootie! at Lowest Prices, which have already be come a matter of great Interest to our Young Folks. We would, therefore, Invite all to call early andjexnjnlne our elegant assort ment of Fancy'Goods, consisting ol Ladies' and Gent's Fancy Hose. " " " Kid Gloves. " " Neck Ties. " " " Fine Wallets. FANCY KNIT GOODS. Fanry Back Combs. Cloth and Hair Brushes. FINE JEWRLUY. Fancy Paper Boxes. TOILET BETS. Fancv Work Boxes. CHINA, GLASS and QUEEOTARE! Respectfully, J. T. NUSBAUM SON, Opposite the Public Square, Xehlghten, Pa. sept 18-yl Slw 'Cartoon gfowntc. SATURDAY. MARCH 19, IR81. Local and Personal. TO SUBSCKIHCUS. Subscribers will pi rasa refer to the direc tion tabs on their pafiers, by so doing they will be able to see wnetner mey are wiuun on our hooks ar not, thus : John Fitzwilliam nmr8 ?9 Shows that the subscription has been paid un till March 8th. 1879, a...

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. — 19 March 1881

FARMERS' COLUMN. ltnltluz Pens. New Knliuitl Fatttur. To raise green u In perfection requires good garden laiirlj a dry, sanity loam will bring them earliest, but In lima ofrtrnught the quality of tlio crop upon such land will bs very Inferior still, stnra earllness is very desirable, It usually pays to rink a small piece of early peas upon poor, sandy soil, nd to depend upon better land for the later crop. It should also be observed that the hard varieties, such as D.111 O'lViurke and IJlacU.i-ycd Marrow, will thrivo on much paorer soli than the) sweeter green sorts, 'ir.li aathe Advancer nnd Ihe Clinmpiun i'f England1, which requiro rather rich land to produce ihcm iu perfection. Peas being trft-ctly harly, nny- bo sown ns soon as the land ylll work mellow; sometimes lh' can be done In March, but usually about April 10. The tender green sorts should not, however, bo sown loj early, for the seeds wil', sometimes fail in cold wet weather. It Is usual to sow the peas by hand in rows ...

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. — 26 March 1881

Advertising Rates. Wo desire It to bo distinctly understood that no advertisements will bo Inserted In Mm columns of This Carbon Advooatk that may bo received from unknown parties or firini unloss accompanied by the cash. The following are our oxly terms i OXS BQUilH (10 LIXIS), , One year, each Insertion 10 cl. Six months, each Insertion 15 cts. Three months, each insertion . 20 cts. Less than tiree months, first insertion $1 1 each subsequent insertion , 26 cts. Local notices 10 cents per line. II. V. MOUTIIIMER, Publisher. A. 1. Mossei9 Manaracturer ot and Dealer In STOVES, RANGES AND HEATERS, Tin ana M-roii Ware and General House FtirnishiiiE Goods. tIOOFI.NO and SPOirrilYO dono at short notice nud at Lowest Cash Trices. tcverrVlndnf STOVK ORATES and TIRB IIItlCKS kuptconstintly on Mud. Store on SOUTH Street, A lew doors above Bank St, LEUIQIITON. PatronnffO solicited Satisfaction gnarnntaed. Oct. S-yi A. I). MOSSIJK. j-,VVBI EBBI2RTS Livery & Sale Stables UASK STaEET.LEHIOI...

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. — 26 March 1881

RMTUri I.KIllattTOS. PA.: JBATtTIlDAY, MAItClt 20, 1SP1. The classls of Ulster met at llomlout, ST Yi, Wodnesrlay, nnrl illssjilveil llio fnstor nlrolalion existing brlwren Iho U.-f,irniral ChurcH In Itoxbury, N, Y., ant tlin Ilfv. B. 0. Mlllor. M. Miller nrqulrcil notoriety bceauio oflilj "holy klssre'" given lo Mrs. WilliotiiB, Ills lantllorly. At ft nioetlnir of tlio Exerutlvo Com mittee of lite New" Yotk WorM's Fair Wctt Ji63iHv nfternnon tho resignation of General Grant as lVesidcnt of tlio Commission was presented hnJ accepted, after which corn pllmentary resolutions were, adopted. The reason nssljnol by General Grant fur with tlrawal is his inability to give to tlio ilulles of tlin pruiilon the time required lor their pr'p T di sell n rue Tlio oommlllco furiual'y ib'r-idftt to visit Hon. Hugh J Jewell ami tdnd'r him tha vacancy. A Washington dispatch says: The Chief of the Bureau of Statistics reports that tho total values of Ihe exports of domestic bread stuffs during Februa...

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. — 26 March 1881

Groat Attractions! AT J. T. Maun & Son's CHEAP CASH STORE Tit opened and on exhibition, a largo assortment of Fancy -G-ooils!' at Lowest rrlocs, which have already be come a matter of great interest to our Young Folks. We would, therefore, Invite all to call early and examine our elegant assort ment of Fancy Goods, consisting ol Ladies' and Gent's Fancy Hose. " " Kid Gloves. u -u Neck Tics. " Fine Wallets. FANCY KNIT GOODS. Fancy BjcV Combs. Cloth and Hair Brushes. ' FINE JEWEIiItY. Fancy Toper Boxes. TOILET SETS. Fancy Work Boxes. CHINA, GLASS anil QUEMSWARE ! nespecttolly, 3. T. NUSJ1AUM fc SON, Opposite the Fablle Square, Lehlghtcn, Pa. sept. 18-yl 8A.TUR.DAY, MARCH 21, 188V Local and Personal. to si;iisciiiu;us. Subscribers will pleaso refer to the direc tion Liln ou their uaners, by so doing they will be able to see whether they aro square on our books or not, tlius : John FiUwilliam mar8 79 that thosubscrintion has been paid un till March 8th. 1879. and consequently there ...

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. — 26 March 1881

FARMERS' COLUMN. - . - - - - lfljR'aiS In tlio Head. fce., MJVHSOkS mste t r o n g breaths &W&PB5Ttik J-, Oifltf?. C jfeS5tlt will be absorb. ffe;;,J TAlt.n NO-MIS. One cord of birch wood weighs 236S pounds. Worms infest the lungs, the intestines, and the kidneys of pigs. Forty cords of oak wood will yii'ld just about ten cords of merchantable charcoal. Soft snaps differ from hard in having potash in place of suda as an alkaline base. Water in which flax has heen steeped not only kills fish but is injuries to vegeta tion. The Chicago Packing and Provision House kills 10, 000 hogs every day, a day be ing ten hours. The first one or two lit ters laid by pullets are not so g od for hatching purposes as those laid later. Andrew Sprngue, of Eas'- on, Me., raised 200 bushels of very large sugar beets from ibity square rods of ground The average price of the corn crop of Illinois for 1880 is 33 cents per bushel, which is 6 cents less than the aver age price of the last twenty years...

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 April 1881

fmmmmmmmmmitMcmmmmjumBm am warn Advertising Rates. Wo dcsiro It to lo distinctly understood that no advertisements will be Inserted In tho columns of Tun Carbon Aovocatr that may bo received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by the casii. The following nro our. only terms! ONE squab (10 ustt), One year, each Insertion locts. Blx montlis, each insertion 1 5 cts. Throo months, eacli Insertion 20 cts. Less than txrea months, first Insertion $1 1 each subsequent Insertion 25 cts. Local notice 10 cents per line. II. V. MORTHlMElt, Publisher. Manafacturerot and Dealer in STOVES, ROGES AND HEATERS, Tin and Shest-ron Ware aiul General House hw&Wi GooOs. ItOOFINU anil SPOITTINO dnTre nl short notico and nt Lowest Rash 1'iicos. P I'vorrk'ntl cf RlOVE OrtATI nn.t FIUK rtltlLK.? kuntcoau'inuy on mini. Stoke on SOUTH Street, A lew boom abovo Ban! St., LKUIGIITON. Palronnsrs sollutcd Oil. 6-yi -S-tisnc if n envunts' 1. A. i). MOS312II. D ivii) r. ami jut'S Livery & Sale Sta...

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 April 1881

tyymtwKA'vqga c-m . "a rnar-s.ruB-Mia-1 H- V. MORTttlUKtt, l,i:iI10!IT0N. I'A.l BATUIIDAY, Aritlli 2, 1881. President C.rfle.il finally declil.il, on Bfliurdny, not to call on extra session nf Cnnjr.s8. --El Postma.ler General Msynarii, nf T'nur-iwo, lins been ehosen os tho ornlor nt llm unveiling of the rarragut statue, ot Washington, on tlio 25th Intt. Sir Charles IUcd, who was spociul Kng lish commissioner to tlio Philadelphia K Inljition, mid clinirmnn of tlio judges of award on rduonlinn, died Inst week. Gov. Hoyt, of Pennsylvania, 1ms ap pointed Dr. E. K. Higtiee Superintendent of PuMic Instruction to succeed the Hon. J. P. Wirkemham. T)r. Hiicl.ee is spoken of n eminently qualified for tlio position. Prom the mountain districts ofll .hernia the emigration of the German portion of tlio population to America has begun to assumo largo piMwrllnns. Tlio principal causo of the o.Todns Is not so much physical distress as the intnlcrablo political tyranny of the Cieciis, who form tho...

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 April 1881

J. T. NGSBAUM, OF THE " Original Cheap Cash Store," respectfully announces to his friends and the public thnt lio lias juit received his Spring and Summer stock of Comprising among other Novelties Silks and Satins, Japanese Silks, Mohair Suitings, Debigc Suitings. Carpets and Oil Cloths, 9 t CHINA, GLASS aM QUEENSWARE! Ac, Ac. which, as usual, are nil offering at knock dowu prices. Respectfully, J. T. NUSRAUM, Opposite the Publio Square, Lehlghton, Pa. sept. 18-yl SAriniiAY. APRIL ISS1. Local and Personal. ro suiisckiijiius. Subscribers will please refer to the direc tion tabs on their pajiers, by so doing they will bo able to see whether they are square u our books fir not, thus : John Fitzwilliarn mar8 79 Shows that tho subscription has been paid uo till March 8th. 1S79. and consequently there iaonodollardueusonthe present year, which you will pieaso reinu, or?i..j iu m charged If wo have to send bill. ffO"Ilailroad Rocket Alarm clocks at E. 11. Hohl's, Munch Chunk. $&.Why suf...

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 April 1881

I lUJSCEM.XMiOHN. Can't ten It A (wor rallcr. Fotfl-ln-jiiercs Chicken liaslr. A movable feaV Dining In a title! rsr. Tire iplitro of women Is a tuund of hopping. When tlic swallows uomcwarit fly Heal tlino. Invcntoruntirt I'nlintorn PhouM lend for Instrnctlons, terms, referen ces, he., tu Kdson UrctlWs, rtnllcliiiri or Tin entu, Washington, 1), I)., who I urn Isli Ida lame without clinru;e, llilsnn Jlrothcr Is n well kmirrn anil successful Arm f laritn es. ytrleiKC, listing; hen cstatllahcd In 1SS3. What musical inttrmncnt docs a fat fowl represent t Corn-et. The saw-mill will soon be engaged In turning out summer eoard Ths ruining espouses of pedestrian con tests aro said to bo very large. tan-Political Spoafccrs tin If. lecturers and .Ministers ilo It. senators and t'onKrcssmcn do It. Juuitc sml Lair rem ! It. Actors and Artlt sfo It. Merchant rmit Tradesmen rlo It. Farmers nn I Meehiitiles do It. Tn Iho Fntnin. l.'iiiintlmr.riouso. Workshop. Ktnillo, Anil even tn the. Editors' S...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 9 April 1881

Advertising Rates, We desire It to Ikj distinctly understood that no advertisements will be Inserted In the columns of Tiik Cardo Aovooath that may be received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by tho cash. The following ore our only terms I MB 8QVAAK (10 LIXB3), One year, each insertion 10 cts. Six months, each Insertion.., 15 cts. Throe months, each insertion 20 cts. Less than txreo months, first insertion $1 ) each subsequent Insertion 25 cts. Local notices 10 cents Her line. II. V. MOr.TIIIMEtt, Publisher. A. J. Msser9 Manufacturer ot and Dealer In STOVES, RANGES AND HEATERS, Tin and Sheet-nm Ware ami General IIoiiss Misting GooOs. HOOFI.NO ana srouxiWO done at short notice and at Lowest Cash Trices. I. tor-k'nrt of HKJVK OtlATrH and FIP.It HRKKS keptroaumtly un hunt. Stoub on SOUTH Street, A few doom obovo Dank St., LEIIIGHTON'. Pntronair. solicited Salistac irngna-nntoi-d. Oct. O-yi A. 1. alOSSUIt. Livery & Sale Stables IIAMC STRKICT.t.KIIlr.IITON, P FAST TI...

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 April 1881

THE PLACE TO BUTT is where gets a DO&IiAM'S worth of Ctoods for a DOIilaAR. of course ? WHY YES, at You know where that place is, Si 111 alL His shelves counters, tfcc, are just packed full and overflowing with everything- MICE and MEW he has all the Mew Styles and most Delicate Shades, Patterns, &c,, in SPRING AND SUMMER DRE and some of them are just lovely, ranging in price from f cents per yard upward. A nice line of or ME It BLAG new !AHI price and quality to sua all, even the most fastidious taste, and &atins9 Sillss9 Wringe9 W&eMt lFrimmings9 OTTOHTAM3S, CAMCOJES, MUSIdGJTS, WHITE Jg, ITl&SMMIM 3- g , SfOTIOBTS, UJL AT BOTTOM PRICE 2 Have you seen the Mew liine of MAKSEIMLES COIWTEEMPAfliriaS ? They are excelled hy noaae AMXWHmisis in price, fjuality, &e, they are certainly very low, as every one says, and his stock of C all widths and equalities, are selected with great care I.6w here is something that ABPETS and Oil CILOMHS, crests every eae, especial...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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