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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 14 May 1881

I n- v. MoimintER, . . . r.KiitOIITON.VA BD1T0H SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1881. Tho census office has just issued ti pre llmlnary exhibit of the statistics of the dally press of tho the United States. The total Humbcr of daily journals in the country dur ing the census year Is placed at UflJ, which Includes 80 dailies which were suspended and 114 which were cstnblirhedln the course pf that year. Tho apregnlo daily circula tion Is placed at 3,6.11,187, and the aggre gate annual circulation at 1,127,337,355. With an aggregate dally circulation of!.,- 581,187, at an average price per a'nnum of $7.33, it appears that the people of tho Unit ed States pay out annually the sum of $2(5 250,100 fur their dally newspapers. - Sir Edward Thorntnn, who has served flir nearly thirteen years as the British Min ister at Washington, and has been fnr some tlmo tho senior In Service there, and conse quently the Dean of thn Diplomatic Corps, is shortly to leavo Washington for St. Pe tersburg, lie has had a rem...

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. — 14 May 1881

J. T, NUSBAUM, OF THE " Ori&inal Cheap Cash Store," respectfully announces to hia friends and the puMic (hat he has just received his Eptthg and Summer stock of Dress Goods, Cempriilnr; among other Novelties Black Cashmeres & Alpacas, Silks and Satins, Japanese Silks, Mohair Suitings, Dobige Suitings. Cabpets and Oil Cloths, ISbbts, Shoes., CHINA, GLASS ani QUEENSWARE ! Ac, Sec. which, as usual, are all offering at knock down prices. Respectfully, J. T. NUSBAUM, Opposite the Public Square, Lehighton, Pa. sept. 18-yl SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1881. Local and -Personal. X?-When you have got an old horse tliut hus passed the market period apply a bottle of Kendall's Spavin Cure anil the result will be marvelous. Read the advert'soment. The largest assortment of cashmeres ever brought to town are exhibited at the Origin al Cheap Cash store, of J. T, Nusbaum. SSr Post Office Building, Lehighton, Pa. Now is your chance, and I make bold to say that ills tho best you ever had, to buy Boots,...

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. — 14 May 1881

Ex spurta TWIn-d fireman. A striking n flair A prlre fishl. Always under the lash The eye. A paying bnliis The rahirr'. Tlie roses will bloom In W time. A dead failure A deceased bnukrupt. tt9.The hens are preparing lor I!Hr lajlug for It. K to spcnk. Samentt llricld. The only objection we hart tnlheni lit her do not men It sqmrely. They go at It In a kind nf-round (about) wayibutweare ofthe opinion that this could hn remedied to a certain ex. tent b7 the Ufa ot oral. I). Itobert's Poultry 1'owdera. for It makes the hem net "on tho square" by laying doable yolked eggs. Ilia voice ia still for war Tbo Quaker's. Wlisl the piller said l tlie clay Do w ire. The gar and festive flics hare returned l town. The nine for a shaky base-boll player Quinine. f be went to the play of "flllrelte," Aud near an open window she sat, And liy so doing she there met The rate or all who rashly got So Imprudent. Sho saw a notloe In the weekly .far, 'ToeuroacoldUso Sines' Syrup of far,' (o I be want to he...

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. — 21 May 1881

Advertising Rates. We desire It to a distinctly understood lllat no advertisements will bo Inserted In the c'otumnjpfjTn Carson Advooitk that mriy.bo 'received from unknown parties of nrioA&uYilaM accompanied by the cash. The fallowing are our okly terms) v C1XS SQUAIlt (10 UtiSSJ, One year! each irt'ertlon .... 10 cts. Blx months, each Insertion,.. IB eta. Thro iiiohtlis, each lnertlon...t. 20 cts. Less than tVreemonlhs,first,lnsertlon $1 ; .each subsequent insertion 2ft ota, Loculiii6Uc6 10 cents per line. lit V. MORT1IIMER, Pnbllsher. OAKDS, Attorneys. W.M . ItAPSUEU, ATTUllNEY AND COTJNSEII.OR AT LATT, BisitSiHT,Ltniontos,ri. H.allt.tatasnd Collection Aacr. WilirJuy.nd E.ll ltl R.t.te. Conveyancing .leatly done Col entloo. promptly rnado. Settling L.t.to. or p. ed.nts,.. specialty. May bo toniutted In Impish ad U of man. Scv... .J'.CS. It. STItUTHCHS, ATTOTIN iT AT LAW, .- W Omo I 3J floor of Hhoad'a Hall, MrucIi Ohunkr Pa. . .All lm.ln.u'entru.t.d to htm will bo promptly at...

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. — 21 May 1881

(Carta flwcnto. It- V. MORTIItMKKf KDITOll t.RHIOIITON. PA.: SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1881. A London dispatch received In ftilln (lelplilu inyt thai a powerful eyndinnto with 18,000,000 sterling is being formed to co operate with Franklin B. Gowen to secure control of the Reading) and Hint ono of the members of llio syndicate is a prominent rnctnlrer of tlio British? Cabinet. - Thn GTand Kncampnrcnt of Odd Fel l'nws met in Harrisbtirg Monday. The foh hwirrjr officers were elected: J. P. 8.Go bin, of Lebanon, M. W. Gmnd Patriarch, Joseph E. MrCttbo, of West BriHgcwatcr; Ctrnwl Senior Warden; Jamrs V. Nicholson, nf Philadelphia1, Grand Scribe, and John S. lloisirof Philadelphia, Grand Treasurer. Tho Thorn Tapers. We have Just re cciTef Irnm tho publishers n copy of this little bonk which combines wit, humor and tore good sonse In every article. They are Writton by Kato Thorn, one of the most popular and pleasing writers of tho present lay. Thoy aro specially adapted to public and private rea...

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. — 21 May 1881

I J. T. NUSBAUM, OF THE " Oriainal Cheap Cast Store" r-cspcclfully announces lo his friends and Vho public that lie has jut received his Spring and Summer stock of Comprlclng among other Novelties Black Caslimercs& Alpacas, Bilks and Satins, Japanese Silks, Mohair Suitings, Dcbige Suitings. Caupets and Oil Cloths, S8Gs9 Shoes, CHINA, GLASS anft QUEENSWARE ! Ac, A-c. which, fl usual, ore all offering at knock down prices. Respectfully, J-T, NtlSBAUM, Opposlto tho rublle Square, Lelilghton, Pa, ept. 18-yl SATUItDAY. MAY 21, 1881, Local and Personal. sq. Another lot of WATiti PAl'CU, new and beautiful designs, just received at A. J. tuning's drug store. E&- A good and neat Buggy Harness or Lap Dusters, Sheets, Screen covers, Fly Nets, Ear Tips, &c, can bo hud ut ft reasonablu price or M. Florey, Weissportj Pa. 20tf EB-Kheumatism Is the most terrible dis ease that has ever afflicted humanity, yet It instautly yields to the powerful drugs Kendall's Spavin Curo is composed of....

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. — 21 May 1881

FARMERS' COLUMN. Coin on Poor Moll. In many sections of South Jtnej the nileli cowi are slaked in the pututes In a'esil of being allowed tu pick Hit grass at will. This is portly due Hint but few tenors are nod, tut principally to fi lank of grass, vliirli is necessary to the well-kieping of a jr. "1 row under the rnsturnge rysti m. The li-it earn! is against the possibility of always liarlnc pom! "culcbes" of clover, not that t'ic snuly soil will not produce clover, for tVre are spf-nilid patches of clover In those p'Tllun, but if by accident it It not snwu c r.ct1y at Hie right period, and theconditions roitutile as to rain, etc., thrcrop is not as cure as It is in Pennsylvania. As grass li procured, then, only by cultivation, tho strictest economy must be practised In lis consumption. A considerable acMitlin (o the sleek of .green foid can easily bo made by using sumo of our ordinary well-known farm pro- ducts, such as rye, oats aid corn In a gieen elule. If rye is seeded down In...

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. — 28 May 1881

Advertising Rates, We derfVa It to' Us distinctly understood that bo adVertlseracbU will b Inserted In the columns of fust CAfok Adyooxtr that may be received from' unkuliwh parties or Arms Unless acoompiinicd by tuB Oisit. The following are our oj'lt terms t OS! SQUini (10 LINES), One year, each Insertion.. ,'.. ...... 10 els Biz months, each Insertion............ 15 cte. Three months, each insertion 20 ctsi Less than t'areo months, first Insertion' $1 each subsequent Insertion'.....". 25'cts. Local notices 10 cents per line. II. V. MOHT IIIMEK, Publisher'. CARDS. Attorneys. -yf M KAPSllEK, ATTOHNBV AND COUNSBLLOU AT LAW, lliKilTtiir.LtalontoK.l'i. K.UstttandCelletlon Asen.v. WlllDayiind 811 Krsl Kstat.. Uonvejtncltil; .lestly done Col", tetlom promptly n". Mottling' KstMes of I) .d.ott a specialty. May b. tooiulted In Mulish ilUirain. Ncv.12. tXH. IU STitliTUERS, ATTORH'iT AT JAW, -Offli.: SI floor erithoad's Hall, ji.uoti Ctirtnk. Pn. iiibusln.'.l nlrii'st.d lo him will b. prompt...

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. — 28 May 1881

4 toll Cnvlttw lltoate. H- V. MOKTUIMKR, . EBiron LEIIIUI1TON. I'A.- SATUllDAY, HAY if, mu Col. Thomas A. Scott, (x-rrpsldcnt of tlte Cennsylvania RailroaI CompniiVi died about nine o'clock on Saturday evening, al hi (uinmor resiilenca, Woudburn, near ESrdy. He waa In It ia 67lli year. A correspondent, writing from Albany to Ihe N. Y. Bmtm Sunday last cays i Talk ing with ft prominent Stalwart man who holds a high position In tho p.irty, and is a personal friend ofSenator Conkllng, hesald i "then Is a good deal llioreof tho thing thai) liayetopwared upon tho surface. Don't you bvlieve that Hosene Cnnkllns has fired off nil his amunillon yet. I know that Mr. Conkling has regretted over silica that he did not do as he was all prepared to do at tho time tho electoral count was before Con' gress denounce that Infamous steal and all umuected with it. And he is not the only one who regrets it. Hundreds of Hepubll cans (n this State, and I was ono of them, were prepared to aet with him. We...

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. — 28 May 1881

J. T. NUSBAUM, OF THE " Oriainal Cheap Cash Store," rcipectfulljr announces to his friends and tbe public that ho has just received his Spring and Bummer stock of Dress roods5 Comprising among other Novelties Black Cashmeres & Alpacas, Silks and Satins, Japanese Silks, Mohair Suitings, Dcbige Suitings. Carpets and Oil Cloths, Hoots, Shoes, CHINA, GLASS and QUEENSWARE! Ac., Ae. which, as usual, are all oflorins at knock down prices. Respectfully, J. T. NUSI1ATJ1I, Opposite the FuMlc Square, Lehlj;hton, Pa. sept. 18-jl SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1881. Local and Personal. 2T-At tho Original Cheap Cash Storo is the piaca to uuy your uiuckuiui. fO, Another lot of WALL PArEIl, new nd beautiful designs, just rccoiveu ai .. j Duriing's drug stoic. jgsSrOh say I young man if you want to take your girl for a ride, and can't on account of Ihe lameness of your horse you should procure a bottle of Kendall's Spavin Cure at once, for nothing is better for man or beast. See adv'l. g- A good and neat Bug...

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. — 28 May 1881

sUnn FARMERS' COLUMN. -l v- mi;'.' i FA1I3I NOTIS). The strongest bars of Iron give the long est fractures. The sum nf $7250 was offered for ft ram exhibited at tho recent sheep slum In Aus tralia. -A little oil of clove (mired Into a bnlllo containing gum mucilage will prevent It from tiirnnttng sour. - Keep begonias moist, or at lesal where the temperature is not 'oi dry, ami they will not drop their leatei, To a certain extent tillage may bo a surutlttilc for manure, but that man Is not wise who endeavors to substitute tuanuro for HILiro. Vines are said lo extract from tho soil only about three-fourths the quantity of potash and phoapherlo acid which tho coro nals lake up. Dry ropes and cords when moistened Ineronse in ittaineler and diminish in 'length, a property of which odvautago has bfen taken in order to raise great weights. llollolropes need molsturo and heat to atrlVfe root, but potted In a snn.iv soil, with a glasVtumhlcr placed over them, they will root quickly In May o...

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 June 1881

Advertising Rates, Wo deairo It to bo diatinctljr understood that no advertisements will bo Inserted In (be columns of Tim Oarbok Aovooatr that may be received from unknown parties or firrai unless accompanied by tbo cash, The following are our ohly terms i OXSQtHBR(10LlS3), One year, each insertion 10 eta. Bix months, each Insertion...... 16 els. Throe months, each Insertion 20 cts. Less than tkree months, first Insertion $1 ) each subsequent insertion 25 cts, Local notices 10 cents per line. H. V. MOKTHtMER, Publisher. The Carbon Advocate. An Independent Family ITowspaper Published every SATURDAY,, ill Lehlghtoh, Carbon Co., Pa., by itAititV v. nifiitxni.vir.il. UfsicE BAVICWAY, a short disttuee (bete tht Lehigh Valley It. It. De-ot. TcrMs: $i.oo mjtim in ktmh bvbrt BtBcnrrTiox or tlais Axn fAisot Job Printing AT VERT LOW PBICKS. II. V. MoriTniirnn, Proprietor. I1TDEPE1TDE1TT " Live and Let Live." $1. 00 a Year if Taid in Advance. VOL. IX., No 28. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SA...

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 June 1881

H- V. MOIITIUMER, . . . ED1T011 t.KIIIOIITON. I'A.i 8ATURDAY7TUNE 4, 1881. Tin: iiki'uih.ic'An .tUAiiitUi,. Tho Republican party totters to Its fall. Capable manage ment of Its forces, more than the honest administration of offices entrust ed to Its care, lias held It together for the last twelve "years. The venality and cor ruption which characterised Grant's admin istration would haye crushed a party not well officered, but by able management the party stemmed tbe adverse currents of pub lic opinion, and, by tho most adroit mani pulation, succeeded iu retaining tho power it had held so long. When Senator Conk ling, of New York, on whoso record there Is cot one taint of dishonesty, and to whose talents and ability, mora than any other livlng.Republican, is duo tbe success which has attended the party for the last eight years, failed to secure tbe nomination of Orant at Chicago, wo felt that the beginning of the end had come. Succeeding events have confirmed that opinion. Garfield s...

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 June 1881

J. T. NUSBAUM, OF THE " Original top Cash Store," respectfully announces to big friends and the public that he has just received his Spring and Summer stock of Comprising among other Novelties Black Cashmeres & Alpacas, Silks and Satins, Japanese Silks, Mohair Suitings, Dobige Suitings. Carpets and Oil Cloths, Hoots, Shoes, CHINA, GLASS and QUEENSWARE! Ac., A-c. which, as usual, are all offering at knock down prices. Respectfully, J. T.' NUSIIAtJM, Opposite tho Public Square, Lehlghton, Pa. sept. 18-yl SATURDAY. JUNE 4, 1881. Local and Personal. -At the Original Cheap Cash Store is the place to buy your mackerel. fett. Another lot of WALL FAFEU, new and beautiful designs, just received at A. J. Durllng's drug store. jSSf A good and neat Bugfry Harness or Lap Dusters, Sheets, Screen covers, Fly Nets, Ear Tips, ic, can be had at a reasonable price of M. Florey, 'Wcissport, Pa. 2Ctf Jgt " The Round Head Cigars " are de cidedly the best 5 cent elgar in the market. Try them. For 6ale...

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 June 1881

FARMERS' COLUMN. llriti-r lluliiu Nomellilncr. Nearly eyerjr farmer goes to tho nearest tillage to trade, visit a mechanic, or obtain his letters and papers, at least once a week. Ho often taVes a load to market, but he rarely bric&s one borne. lie cau,wlth very lltllo trouble, baul a load of insterial that rnuy bo obtained for nothing, and which will be of great benefit to his land. Most t ilia us people make no uto of the asbes pro duced in their stores or of bones taken from tbo moat they consume. Scarcely any brew, er hoa any use for the hops that have been boiled In his vats, mid the blacksmiths hardlr ever saves the cllpplne ho taltea ftnui tho fcrt of liorsos. All these materia'e nuke excellent manure. A barrel of ehav lugs cut from tho hoofs of hortos contains more ardmonla than Is contained In a load of stable manure. Applied to land without preparation, they might give no immediate results, but they would becomo decomposed in time, and crops of all kinds would de rive ...

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 June 1881

Advertising Rates. We desircHt to bo distinctly understood that no advertisement! wilt b6 inserted In the columns of Tn dARBO Adtooai that may be received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by tlio card:. The following are our only term's'! OMR SQOARR (10 MKR8), One year, each insertion .' 10 cts. Six mouths, each insertion 15 ctt. Throo months, each Insertion 20 Cts'. Ioss than tVree months, first insertion Jt each subsequent Insertion 25 cts; Local notices 10 cents rcr line. H. V. MORTHIMER, Publisher. c. i CARDS, Attorneys. ltxT M. ItAPSIIERf ATTORNBY AND OOUNBBLLOn AT LAW, BAsiSrtt,l.sniBioii,rA. I. ...... j -.u'.-llnn Anktr. Wlllnuysnd .11 R..1 folate. Oonv.lhlnB .iMlljr don Col "lion, promptly !. HetlllnB Kstil.s of p. JJYnti a .peelaity. May b. eon.ultd In l.nll.li idU.rinan. -"AS. IN STIttlTltEUS, ATTORN IV AT LAW, " ORlt. .21 "oof uf Uhoad'i Hall. Mrntoli Ohtinh. lPA. All ba.ln.M ntru.teit to him Itlll b. promptly .tt.nd.Jto t,ST, ly. Physicians rfnd .Dentists...

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 June 1881

toll? (fimlHw gulwmvte. V. MOItTltlMKIt, LKIIIOIITON. PA.' SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1H8I ok its I. ,sr i,r;s. Every day lirlng the Republican party nearer its complete dismemberment. Grant unit his "fnrly thieves," nearly used Hun during his administration, and nothing but tho magnificent management of tlio one man who saved Garfield when bn was threatened with averwhelmlng defeat in the last Presi dential campaign and whom tho samo Gar field would now crush out ol existence if he had tho power, prevented ita complete nnul hilallon. Thousands of honest, intelligent U-publienns deserted the party at that time. They admired Conkling, they appreciated his sterling honesty, which money or prefer ment could not purchase, but tho rottenness and corruption which he attempted to gloss over with superlative oratory, was loo ai parent to bo hidden under tho thin veneer of brilliant rhetoric. Grant 1ns not forgot' ten Conkling's friendship at that time the most critical period in his public career h...

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 June 1881

. T. NUSBAUM, OF THE " (Mutual Cheap Cash Store," respectfully announces to his friends and trio public that ha has just received his Spring and Summer stock of Stress Goods, Comprising ttacmfc other Novelties Black Cashineres & Alpacas, Silts and Satins, Japanese Silks, Mohair Suitings, Debigc Suitings. CAufEts and Oil Cloths, Hoots, Shoes, CHINA, GLASS and QUEEMARE! Ac, Ac. tvnlcb.ns usual,' are! all oOViflg at knock down prices. ItCipCCtlally,' 3. T, NUSIIAVM, Opposite tie Faille Square, Lehighton, P. Sept. 16-yl SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 18S1. Local and Personal. The railrond Lots seem to he well pleased with the watches they huy of B H. IIohl,at Mauch Chunk, Another lot of WALL PArEU, now and beautiml desigus, Just received at A. J. Duriing's drug store A good and neat Buggy Harness or Lap Dusters, Sheets, Screen covers, Fly Nets, Ear Tips, Ac, can be had at ft reasonable price of M. Flore, 'Weissport, Fa. 20tf TSf " Tlie Itound Head Cigars " are de cidedly the best 6 cent cigar i...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 11 June 1881

ItllN0i:i,l,M!O.l. A crocui a rooster. Hogs are the qiiarn-rivit ol pork. - AutMioliantlng smile Thmnint jule . Mr Poulterers and Farmurs Hint nro nllro to Imtr Interest are nt this tinfnti of ih" year glTinirtli'lrcli,ckriis M. It INheris' I'.ultry Powders. It mnkrii them hi-iilthraiul stronu c-uiisetlutotlf more valuable for tlio fall undo. Preserved pmu Tlio annuals in ttia ark. - A favorita Knglisli meal Turkey and tirccco. J"Sr Bo tmro atul slop mid nsk for Dr. lVinimcrt's Uei man Vefietublo Wumi Medi cine. VnrrMiled to cum or no pny. A.J. Purl ne. Bank St., stile agent for Lehlghlon, IWn. . 20 Fond mother Tho best w.iy to Iiring up a boy is to taUo liiui by the ci.ll.ir and liuut linn up. Important tn'l ravclcrw. Sr... . l lxotmr.Ur.ltTs m ofTeiwI ynu by the iiutfi.) -otoi Uoi'Ti:. It willjuy ymi to IP 1 Hi' r u Irertitrineut to bu found olso vhe i-i lii issue. i " ('hauler hnMi ie derived v i U "Leaved up," and hell from ' i ' From thin we. conclude that J an i' in the first ...

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 June 1881

IK.WT-s) Advertising Rates, We dartre ft (6' bo distinctly understood' that no advertisements will Bo Inserted In' the columns of TnR OardSx Adtooat that may be received from' unknown parties or ftrmt unless accompanied by the CAslfi The following are our okLt terms i MM squXRR (10 I.1NH3), One year, each Insertion....-.-, Iff Clsf. Six months, each insertion i 15 ola. Throe months, each inscrtlori 20 cti. less than tkree months, first Insertion $lj ech subsequent Insertion ii cts; Local nollcoa 10 cents per line. H. V. MOUfHIMER,- Publisher. The Carbon Advocate Arl Independent Family. Newspaper Published every SATURDAY, itf Lehlghlon, Carbon Co., Pa,, by llAKHV niOKTKIiUim. OrrrcS-nANKWAy, a nxjelt fustl'itco ibevs tbe Lehlch Valley Tt. R. Cepor. Terms: $1.00 perAiifi in AflTaiiCt? XVBRT DEtCKIrTlON OP TtAlK AxA TAKCT ob Printing at VErrv low phiOus- H. V. Mouthijier, Proprieioi'. INDEPENDENT-" Live and Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. IX., No 30. LEIIIGIITON, CAltB...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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