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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 9 April 1881

4M will H V. UORTUIMER, . . . EDITOR LE1IIQIIION. PA.: SATURDAY, ArRlL 9, 1881. Nearly thirty thousand immigrants ar rivod at Castlo Garden during iho stormy month of March. This unprecedented num ber give3 n forecast of what may bo expected in tho mild months of May, June and July Last year's immigration surpassed any on record, and yet the March arrivals were only a little over twenly-ono thousand. We may look for a round half million before the year ends. A company consisting of Hamilton Diestoit, William C. Parsons, William T. Elklns, John L. Hill, William B. Slokelr and others, has been chartered by the Legit laturo of Florida to construct a ship canal across that State. The routo trill bo from tho Gulf via the Caleosahatchco river and Lako Okeechobee, to the Atlantic Ocean, at or near the mouth ol tho St. Lucie river,and the capital is fixed at $30,000,000. This Is substantially tho company having tho con tract to drain Lake Okccchobeo. The ad vanced surveyiug party left Jacks...

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 April 1881

t J. T. NUSBAUM, OF THE " Original Cheap Cash Store," respectfully announces to his friends and the public that he lias just received his Spring and Summer stock of Dress Comprising among other Novelties Black Cashmeres & Alpacas, Silks and Satins, Japanese Silks, Mohair Suitings, Dcbige Suitings. Cautets and Oil Cloths, Hoofs, Shoes, CHINA, GLASS and QDEEHSWARE! Ac, Ac. which, as usual, are nil offering at knock down prices. Respectfully, J. T. NUSI1AUSI, Opposite tho Public Square, Lehighton, Pa. sept. 18-yl With Supplement. SATURDAY. Al'KIL 9, 1881. Local and Personal fea-Why suffer such unspeakable tortures, Rheumatism has been conquered, Kendall's Spavin Cure Is tho victor. Head the adv't 2HJ- Post Office Building, Lehiehton, Pa. Wow is your chance, ami I make bold to say that It'is the best you ever had, tn buy Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ac I am lull y quipped for tho spring trade, and ran oiler you a greater variety, a better article, and n lower prlco than any houso in th...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 9 April 1881

FARMERS' COLUMN. The New Winter t'oddcr. No tiropoted change In tiine-honorel hiellioda of agriculture has excited" to deep an Inlereit among progressive farmers as tlio recent fx.Mriinents in preserving green for age en pi in silos or cctnent fined (.its. One c-ftl.e earliest adventurers in this new field was our old friend Mr. Clark W. Mills, of Arrareck farm, near Fompton, M. J. Wo have a vivid remembrance of bis dis appointment wjlh his first experiment, winch tras ilm.dy an excavation Into which Uio green coin stalks wero placed and cuV red with strata and earth, as well as the Rood-intured manner with which ho accept ed and endured tbo unsparing ridicule of the "natives" of that section of New Jersey. Nothing daunted, howovcr, Uio following season ho excavated a pit In his barm walled tip the sides, mid subsequently ce mented it. Tlio result was so gratifying that bo extended Its sizoaud added another, until his silos are now as extensive us any In tbo countiy, and bis success...

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 April 1881

The Carbon Advocate An tnrlrind'nt Family TTwrperf Published every dATURDAY, fa Lehighton, Carbon Co., Pa., by iiAititV v. itioniui.Tiiuu omcB-nA.tkWAY. shoit dlsts.ee ,brV tbe Lculcli Valley ft. R. Depot, Terms: $1.00 pertantl in Admit KVEat DxacBQTfOx or rlits XHB fawjt J ob Printing AT ver l6w PaitiefU IT. V. Mobthxmbb, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live aild Let Live." . 51-00 a Year if Paid in Advance VOL. IX., No 21. LEIIIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1881. If not paid in advance, $1.23 Advertising Rates, We deslro It to bo distinctly understood that no advertisements will bo Inserted In the columns of Tit CaRbom Adtooaib that may bo reeolved from unknown parties or firms unlen accompanied by Ins cash. The following are our ohlt terms i nKB SQUARE (10 LlNnSJ, One year, o'aeh Insertion....... 10 cts. Biz months, each Insertion 16 cts. Three months, each Insertion 20 cts. lieMtharity.reomonths,flrst Insertion $1 ) enh subsequent insertion.,...'.. 25 cts. Lcal notices...

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 April 1881

KDlTOlt ' I.UIIIOIITON, I'A.i - BiVtohdaYi apiui, in, issi. -r,V severe tlmclc of earthquake win Ml lu (lie central llst ricta of California at u quarter past two o'clock tin 8nnilny morn Ing.but un strlous tlmiingo Is rqiorted. General Martin W. Oury,n welt-known fx CoufctlernteulTicornniliNilillcinii of South .-Carolina, tiled on Salunlay morning, at EJgefioM, In thoL State, R?n,l 40 ycats. Mrs. Charles Bullnu,nf Sariuinc, Mltlil eanj known as llio"Muniniotli Queen," died lust Friday. Her wrlglit when traveling on exhibition is mlil to have been 574 JmuikIs, bu( before- licr death she declined to 400 pounds. y-The losses or cuttle In the Kortliwost prove Smaller than wo anticipated. In the V .pef Missouri and Yellowstone Valleys, the average lota will hardly reach ten per cent , and much of thli li cltnrgeablc, not to tlio severe weather, but to the leccnt spring fijods. Bishop P,clt, ol the Methodist Eiiisco- pal Church, exvts to sail lor Europe about the htufMiiy. He will be acc...

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. — 16 April 1881

. NUSBAUM, or the " OfiW. Cheap Cash Store," respectfully announce to hit friends and the public that he hat Jut received hli . Spring and Summer atoclc of liress Goods, ..j.. .Comprlilnj smon'R other Novelties Bl&ck Gimcrcs & Alpacas, SilUsfand Satins, iancsc Silks, sMohair Suitings, Dcbige Suitings. Carpets Sd!"Oil Cloths, Hoots, Shoes, CHINA. GLASS and. QUEEMARE! 4c, Ac which, aa usual, are all offering at knock down prices. Respectfully, I . J.fT. NUSBAUM, Opposite the PnUle Square, x,ktght, Pa. t iept.ll.yl 8ATURDAT. APRIL 18, 1881. iLocal- and Personal. taB-RumnostH ofttowerful druEt so com- pounded as to produce almost miraculous cures, la the hisUiry of Kendall'a Spavin Cure. Read adv t. JB9- Poll Office Building, Leblghtnn, Po. Now la your chance, and I make bold t" ,.eay.that it"l the beat you ever had, to buy TlnH -ifilinn. Hatl. Cans. Ac I am lullv iT(((ulppd'for the spring trade, and ran offer you a greater vsrutiy. a ueucr Mrm-ic, mou m allnwer nrica than anv h...

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 April 1881

TTTE Tl A fTE TO TUT Y jg where BVJflirirBOHY get s a MOIiliAli'S worth of Goods lor a DOIiliAR. Ton know where that place is of course? WHY YES, at Si His shelves counters, &Ce, are just packed full and overflowing with everything IWII3 and 3VEW $ he has all the Mew Styles and most Helicate Shades, Patterns, fcc, in SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS and some of them are just lovely, ranging1 in irice from V cents per yard upward A nice line of GOODS BIjAOK CASH J A SPBIALTX price and quality to suit all, even the most fastidious taste, and &atims9 &illss9 fringes? M&veitg 'Trimmings, &h, Cassimeimgs, Cottohtades, Caucoxs, MtisMivs, White Coons, Trimmings, Wotiojvs, &c, . .,- AT BOTTOM PRICES ! Have you seen the Mew line of ' MAHSEIMjES COIWTEiltPAISfES ? They are excelled by none A'YWiiEitK'i'n price, quality t&c, they are certainly very low, as every one says, and his stock of C AIM JETS and OIJL CIjOTHS, all widths and equalities, are selected with great care. M...

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 April 1881

71 Advertising Rates, We'desiro It to bo distinctly understood that no'advertlsemenls will be inserted in the columns of Tita Cakbok Advooiir that may bo received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by tho CAsn. Th following aro our oklt terms i j OSE BQUXRR (10 LISK3), One year, each Insertion 10 cts. Blx months, each Insertion IS cts. Three months, each insertion SO cts. Leu than tkreo months, first insertion $1 ) each subsequent insertion 29 cts. tLoe&l notices 10 cents per line. ' IIvV. MORT1IIMER, Publisher. f CARDS, The Carbon Advocate. An Independent Family Vvnntt Published every oATURDAx, U Lehighton, Carbon Co., Pa., Djr lIAHIty V. UOnTlflStCK. Olncn-DA.tR.WAY, a abort alia timet br Uie Leiilfih Vallo." P. D. fiepet. Tonus: $1.G0 pcrAnnnffl In Aim Kvcnr ptsoumoM or ruts isn rticT J" ob Printing: AT VETIY 1AW PR10K8. 4 IF J, H. V. MoRTniMEB, Propriof-or. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." SI. 00 n Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. IX., No 22. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COU...

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 April 1881

EDITOR LEIIIOllTON. 1'A.: BATunnAY, Armii 23, isst. 5- The annual election of Tammany Hull, ITeWt YtofW,VaS held Monday night. Thcro T'firPul opnosltlon to tho Kelly tick' etbbtit succeeded by JO majority Id a total tote ot 11U Beet-clary Wfnilom has called In all tlio utatiiudlr.;? sixes of 1S81 amounting to Sl&'J.MO.lOO which mature" In-July next, unci has offered bvliolders the option of tak ing 31 per renV. interest oi their bonds. tu frs known s the Oregon War Debt hsre atso been railed. The twelfth annual reunion of llio So ciety of the Army of the Totomao will be hold Itr-llartford, Connecticut, on the 8th o! June. Major General Hurntlo G. Wright will-preside, Daniel Dougherty will deliver tie oratlou, and Captain 8. B. Sumner rood the poem." It la expected that President Garfield and Generals Sherman and Sheri dan will bo among the officers present. Messrs. N. W. Ayer Ic Son, well and Favorably known advertising agent of Philadelphia, have recentlv purchased the Philadel...

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 April 1881

J. T. NUSBAUM, OF THE " Orisinal Cheap Cash Store," respectfully announces to hli Jrlenda and the puhllo that be hai jutt received hli Spring tnd Summer stock of Dress Goods, .Comprising among other Noveltlet Black Cashmeres & Alpacas, Silks and Satins, Jfopancse Silks, Mohair Suitings, Dcbige Suitings. Cahpets and Oil Clotds, lIoof9 foes, CHINA, GLASS and QUEEMARE! Ac, Ac which, at usual, are all offering at knock down prices. Respectfully, J. T. NUSHAUM, Opposite the Public Square, lithlghten, Pa, , sept.18.yl SATURDAY. ArKIIj 23, 1881. Local and Personal. fSS-Kendall'e Spavin Curo Is the best liniment on human flesh In the world try it and be convluced. Head the advertisement. SfflPost Office Building, Lehighton, Ta. Now is your chance, ana I make bold to ear that It Is the best you ever had, to buy Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ac I am lully quipped for the spring trade, and can offer you a greater variety, a better article, and a lower price than any house in this section. Ladi...

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 April 1881

TJY is where JETJi Lr aets a BOIjIjAR9 worth ' Cooil8 for a DOIA AR. off course P WIOT ffi? sat You kiw where that place is, Si Mis sioelves counters &c9 are just packed full and orerflowlu, etc with every 3S? IPat terns, g- WICJ11 he has all the S mm 5SPH DS and sonae of them are just lovely 9 ranging- to price from ?T cents per yard upward A nice Hue of AM O0IB 10 IT price aud quality to suit all, eveu the most fastidious taste, aud &mMms9 lls9 Wrimges9 W&elttg Trimmings, fcc, ALL AT BOTTOM Have you seeu the Wew Mne of MARSJSIIiMHS COTHTUKPAHTES ? They, are cxeelled Biy saoine aitowmeiie in price, quality, fec, they are certainly very low, as every one says? aud his stock of OA all widths and qualities, are selected with great care. the Men aud .BPETO and OIL CLOTHS, Mow here is something that Interests every one, especially at is Mi he has two qualities of it, one is made of good tM9mg MMemeMesi JMwsiin9 with B-piigJiMe Liiaeu IBosona, with strong Hutcher linen hack (...

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 April 1881

iWHHMJJO'JIliMMII Advertising Rates.. We desire It to bo distinctly understood that no advertisement will be inserted in Uia columns of Tn Cirbox Advooatr that may bo received from unknown parties or final unless accompanied by the cash. The following ore our omlt terms : OXK SO.CA.rtK (10 tlXBSJ, One year, each Insertion lOcts. Blx months, each insertion..., 15 cts. Three months, each Insertion..... 20 cts. Less than tkree months, first Insertion. $1 1 each subsequent insertion 25 cts. Local notices 10 cents per line. II. V. MortTlIIMEIt, Publisher. .OAKDS, .-ya. , Boo I "nuil linr .llntcera Jllntminrotney.fn ievan'e building. Hank treet. 1 1 anIa-7firijUy flW-mrl warranted . The Carbon Advocate An Indepondcnl Fwnllv ttewrpoper Published every M'fl'IiDAY, In Lnliijliton, Carbon tj.,Pt., by liAiutY v. moiiTirtiiUi. mrr-i-UAXRWAY, a ehctt dlslau iber tho Lehigh Valley rt. n. DeleL Terms: $1.03 istjxm In AilTaice tvnrrt BractSTTlos oi tLUX AB t AtrcT Job Printing AT VfJIllr LOW PH3L'h...

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 April 1881

ttto fekm &tarnt. M' V. HOKTH1MKB, . . BPITUB LKIIIOIITON. I'A.t m m.i.. rt. . li . ..-1 J no uuiiea own vircun -"uii, rniiaaeiimia nas enjotnea ino "pa,nB Railroad Oomyany from executing the $ISO,00Oi)O9 blanket mortgage and from Issuing bonds or obligations secured by such mongage-nponine property oi ino company, and Iri.mdolng any at toward me carry- Ing out ol me "enema. The Rending receivers announce that, on May 2, they wil pay six mouths' inter- ret, lo March 1st, on tho receivers certifi cates, for materials and supplies Issued lost September. They also announce lhaVafter 1.. .1 -111 .1 II.. rto ,,f fir. ...,v,. .v, -- per cent, per annum, tne may .nierr.lo,w.e1 . . . .. , , t '8cliuflUUI Kdvlgatiun Boat and Improve, uionl Loans then due, We hear the name of Harry E. roolcer mentioned very prominently for tho posi- tlonoCAssociato Judge, lo (111 the vacancy ..I i .1,'. -xnlrnilon of Hon. II. Leon- form . nd John Taylor, the Indefatic- able, ia said to bo Ihe favorite for...

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 April 1881

V J. T. IMUSBAUM, OF THE " Original Cheap Cash Store" reepcetfully announce! to tits friends and the public that he has Just rocelved hla Spring and Summer stock of Dress Goods, Comprising among other Novelties Black Cashmeres & Alpacas, Silks and Satins, Japanese Silks, Moliair Suitings, Dcbige Suitings. Carpets and Oil Clotos, Hoots, Shoes, CHINA, GLASS Slid QUEEHSVABE! Ac, Ac. which, at usual, are all offering at knock down prices. Respectfully, J. T. NUS11AUM, Opposite the Public Square, Lehtghton, Pa. sept, ll-yl SATURDAY, AriUL 30, I8S1. Local and Personal. tea. We nro authorised tn slate that every merchant In tho land keeps, Dr. Oxen Wild Cherry and Sencka mid Santmiiue Vfiitm By run. pa-This nno fart Is beints linniiht helnrc ma minus 01 ine jiwpie m mo u.o. vu AdallVUiiavlii Cure Is not excelled as a Inn eminent. ffllr- Post Office Bulldlna;, Lehlshton, Va. Now is your chance, anil i make imm i' say that it" is tho best ymi ever had.tii buy IWa. Shoes. Hats. Cain. Ac. ...

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 April 1881

UY is where VJQRTJBODY gets a DOXiIiAR'S worth of Goods for a OJLIiAl&o ITon know where that place is9 of conrse P WHY YJES, at I kll His shelves counters, e, are just packed full and overflowing with everything- WICJE and I1W he has all the SFew Styles and s. SP DS and sonne of them are just lovely9 ranging' In price from y cents per yard upward A lalce lisae of 5.5" price and quality to suit all, even the most fastidious taste, and miimfg Ws9imes9 Nwelt$g !EFsimmingf99 c&Ce, A I JL AT BO 01 f Have you seen the Mew TJue of IIAII&EIMjJ. COTMEHPATirES P They are excel! d none aitwikbe in price, quality, &c9 they are certainly very low, as every one says, and his stock of O A'fiBJFJETif and OffJL CUBITUS, all widths and qualities are selected with great care Mow here is something that interests eve'ry one, especially 3 ia l&H n 18 K,l!!UHt7 HI Ji if LI he has two qualities of it, one is made of good strong MIetteMe$ JMwslim? with Bly Jlne ILinen ISosom, with strong...

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. — 7 May 1881

Advertising Rates. We desire 11 lo bo distinctly understood that no advertisements will bo inserted In Ue columns of Tit Carbok Advocatr that faay bfl received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by the CAn. The following aro our oXLT terms i 0X1 SQUARK (10 LIKES), One year, each insertion - 10 els. .6!jc months, each insertion ...... IS eta. Three months, each insertion . 20 cts. Iss tban tVreo months, first Insertion $1 j each subsequent Insertion 25 cts. Local notices 10 cents per line. II. V. MORTIIIMER, Publisher. CARDS, Attorneys. -rrr M. HArslitati ATTOIWKY AND COUNSB1.LOII AT LAW, DAKSSTSttT,L(ltIOIlTOX,PA. B..tv.i.t... r-Allaetlon Acanev. Wlllnu.Tand gill R.alKtt.. Coiiy.yancInK .lastly done Coh ietlons promptly inade. liatlllng Kalataa of lianta specialty. MV b. soniullad In Knllab turniu- Jlcv.is. J AS. IU STllttTItKllS, ATTOIIS it AT t.AW, OHIt. I SI Boor of llbnad's Ilatl, Maunli Chunk. Pa. Alt hatln.M anlruated in him "III h promptli """X""0 M.vlT.ly. Phys...

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. — 7 May 1881

I ff EDITOR UllllUHTON', PA.: 8ATUUDAY, MAY 7, 1881. i-iDitriog April 00,0(11) Immigrants arrived at Casllo Garden, New York, tho largest ' number ever recorded for the samo Irioulli. ' -iTrie'tntal loss of pri)H-rty by the floods In the- Mlisourl river nnd Ita tributaries bo tweet Bimtx -City, lawn, ami Bitmarck, Da Vota, la estimated at $2,600,000. Below 'ejipijxj3ity, IncludHigUie damage otOmaba Council Bluffs, Kansas Cily, and llienro to Sl-Lottls,' Die loss It estimated at $1,600,000, making tin aggregate $4,000,000. The debt statement shows the decrease f. the public debt during April to bo 9, o'o,S0 rash In the Tieasury, W33,73t,lfJ5j fo)d certificates, si,V82,l!00j silver certifi cates, $J0,68,H0j certificates of deposit outstanding, $8,21)5,000; refunding certlfl-e-jle.8, $?25, 100,000; li-jtsl tenders uutsalnd hit, i?4 0,031,0 J 0j fractional currency out 6Updlng.)le5s amount estimated as lost or destroyed), $9,116,018. Professor Lgwis Swift, Ihe astronomer, at ltocb.esler...

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. — 7 May 1881

J. TV NUSBAUM, OF THE " Original Cheap Cash Store," respectfully announces to his friends ami the public that he has just received his Spring and Summer stock of Ilress Goods, Comprising among other Novelties Black Cashmeres & Alpacas, Silks and Satins, Japanese Silks, Mohair Suitings, Dcbige Suitings. Carpets and.Oil Cloths, Hoots, lioes, CHINA, GLASS aid QUEENSWARE! Ac, Ac which, as usual, are nil offering at knock down prices. Respectfully, J. T. NUSBAUM, Opposite tha rabllc Square, Lehlghten, Pa. sept lS-yl Major Samuel A. tosch, of Schuylkill County Superintendent, county, has accepted the chief clerkship In The School Directors ol the several bor- Secretary Quay's office. oughs and totvnshlps of this county met In TheMclbodlstChurchatBeclcsnervllle, Couvenllon. at the Court House, In Mauch Schuylkill county, a small frama building, Chunk, on Tuesday last, for the election ol was destroyed by fire on Saturday night, a Superintendent of Common Schools. host, tSOOl'lio Insura...

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. — 7 May 1881

;.iyijunMuifij.wuimwa FARMERS' COLUMN.1 "I'roliric" Corn. Every season wo nro Inlrotlueccl to new varieties of Relit corn which are claimed to be superior In nil that linve prrmleil them. Chief among lltcto prolific kinds li Blunt'a TfimcKre White, which la iioilontt nlltlmt h claimed for It. It will produce over n lilindrtd hnshcla to un acre of land, and has been known fo yield m'ich more. It bears as many as from three to tcven cars to the stalk, ami must certainly, on that account, l more prolific than any other. But why do farmers fall lo realize what they expect from it, n trial ? It is not because tho corn will not proJucj heavily, forovery stalk of it that grows shows that it Is witling tn re wartlike grower with all that ho desires. The fault is that most farmers, while will lug and anxious to Improve their reed corn, do not pay proper regard to tho conditions neceMary for securing the, results sought after. Of the many varieties of corn known In us nn aro oil familiar with...

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. — 14 May 1881

Advertising Rates. We desire 11 to be distinctly understood that no advertisements will bo Inserted In the columns of Tin CABnost Advocate that may be received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by Its cash. The following are our oklt terms i osissqOiR(10 LIXM), One ycari each Insertion 10 cts. Six months, each insertion 15 cbs. Three months, each Insertion - 20 cts. Less than tVree mouths, first insertion $1 1 each subsequent Insertion SS cts. Local notices 10 cents tier line. II. V. MORTHIMER, Publisher. CARDS, Attorneys Hi UAl'SIlEIl, ATfOKNIY AHD COUNSELLOR AT LAW, SAaaETaitT,I.isisntox,It. d..ii.i..iiI rsll.rtlon Annev. WlllBtuand B.U R. al Katati. Convijauelng distly done Col tetleni promptly maci. naming miimi oi w dints a spiclalty. May b. loniolted In Knjlllh DdUirmsn. Ket.lt. J AS. It. STMJTUEuS, ATTORN It AT LAW, OftlW ! Si Boor of Bhosd's Ball, Munch Chunk. P. Alt bnaln.as tetruatid to htm will be promptly attindidto .... Mar IT, ly. Physicians and Dentists...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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