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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 29 August 1874

Hue i H. V. MoiiTtfiMBji; T'itoi)ri0tor. INDEPENDENT Live and Let Live." $1.00 a Ycai- if Paid in Advance. LEHIGnTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1874. SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS. CARDS;1 Furniture . "Warehouse? V. Schwartl, Bunk street, dealerin all kindt of Jmtiture. OaJUntmadtto order. ' i Boot and Shoe Makers. Clinton Eretnej, Ltvan't ludding, Bank street. Alt ardertprtmptlyJUledinrkvarranttdi w M. IIAP8IIKR, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, BANK QTUIT, IjiaiQBIOfl, r. Heal Estate and Collection Aencj. Will Dujaod Sell Ittal Estate. Conveyancing neatly done. Col- lections promptly made. Settling Estates or ue- , a specialty.- May ne consuiiea in tuBnau And Us roan. JNO. D. DEIITOI.KTTE, ATTORNEY ,AD, COUNSELLOR AT LAW,' Off iCi-Flrst National BsnkJJnlldtnc, 2nd Tloor t MAnOII (JllUNK, PniHA. May be consul ted In Oennan. fapr 18, 1874 -gD.;o. pinniow., i DISTRICT ATTORNEY, ATTORNEY AT LAWi ODlce, otf BROIdwAt, first door below American Hotel,MaucbCtaunk,I'e...

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. — 29 August 1874

n. V. MORTIIIMKn, EDITOR. I,ElliailTO.V, PA.l SATURDAY MORNINII AUGUST 29, 1874. The Secretary of tho New York Hoard of emigration estimates that tho total number ot Immigrants to tills country during Ihe present year Mil be about lM.OOO, This Is 183,000 less than Id, 1873. There ts'nbthlng taking place In ref erence to tho. Row case at present, ox oept tho mailing Of' ,ai pottal card to, postmaster; aud.others having upon It, a likeness of the stolen .boy, and an an nouncement.ot a reward of, $20,000 for Ms recovery, with a full description of the child. The Pittsburg .Commercial says that n largo amount of money has been bor rowed In oxd around the. city during the last thirty or sixty days upon col lateral of pig Iron. This: Is n , usual thing nt this ttmoot the year, but the Ftitl fostered hope of rapid Improvement in the prices of Iron has had a tendency to Increase (he. volume of transactions of this, description considerable beyond, the habitual limits this summer. Hold ers o...

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. — 29 August 1874

ArtvorllslasRatcBi tv .tent It to t dlatlnctlr understood that no A?eVileemeats will be ldsirUd In the cfclutAni' of TaiCiiiiort -Vjit'tbt riay'be rseelr'ed from unknown pariies'or B'rm',iit'mpe.ole4 with the Clin. .TttfollowlbfcejetmftjVlttetiW 1 i, Insertion i . i.'. .'lOCants; - Tjm lfcanthree'months,'Srellber itloA41,-.eh subsequent lasertlon 2& Cents. n. WMoitTimiEn, ruuiih.r. JfJ . jl, lBWKtlS,, ATTORrlKT'itt! LkW, OFVICE tl Oroarfa 'Floor In (ha new addition of the Manriotfitiouse, attack 'Chunk, Pf Busl'neia (rantac'led In English VriVfctrmah. lCWIrtlk promply pia'de and OonVejtnclb'g 'm-ttly done. JHf Settlement' of f-ttitri, tf rtrlbg Willi, oo UkilnIitlenofAdtnlnlntMtlon.Flllni Awuntf, and On"' Court PAttlce'earef ully attended to Licensee, Charter add Ineornoraaooa procured,' jsnd Criminal CaWmtie. especially. Eackard Orchestral Or gans, and illaipes Brothers Pianos, X ,5P.;jjflsfc Agent, Ijeliighton, Pa,1;';' 3ui.i.1874-m3 SATURDAY MORNING, 'AOUD8T IS, 16M. Local an...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 29 August 1874

Written for Tnt Cahtiox' Autocall. To the Memory of Albert Baumaa. 117 KKDLMV. Lovort'riond, like tomu bright streamlet la its, course, Thy life llowoil on to.mcct the sea of death, Whose clillllngwavcsbroughtthocnokccn Temorjo, ,Jfo cry for morcy with thy latest breath. For thou wcrt itruo and steadfast to thy creed O lioblq heart at peace with all mankind; Exemplified through 1 lie in every need, No heavy claims of guilt thy soul c6uld hind. Death claimed thco when thy star of life grew bright With radiant liopo,.wlillo o'er tho cloud less sky No shadow eame, foretelling that tho night Qfloug and undisturbed repose was nigh- A last farewell. 0: sympathetic bouI Kro yet tho eternal God proclnlm'd thco free j Thy never swerving faith discerned tho goal,, Throned on tho shores of lmmortalllty. O rest In pcacel and as tho years roll on, Thy incm'ry still within the grieving heart, i With latent power and prophetio tono, Will to tho mourners llfo a hopo Impart. A hope of llfo beyonrf t...

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. — 5 September 1874

I iarfani H. V. Mouthimeh, Proprietor. . INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOIi. II., No. 42. LEUIGIITON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY' MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1874 SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS. CARDS. Furniture Warehouse. V.flciwirti. Bank etreet. dealtrin all kindl of Turniturt, Cbtfintmadtto order, Ilnnt mil Shoe Makers. Clinton Bretney, in Lmn't building. itank street. AH oraert promptly juita wqtk wurrunicu. yjy M. RAPSIHSR, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Tim K 8TB.K1T. LinlQDTOK. FA. RealKstateand Udl.ction Atseuc. Will P.uyand fl.ll H..1 K.tiitA. Convevancln!- neatlv done. Col lections promptly nude. Settling Kttstes of Do cedent, a ipecUltj. May be consulted In English and German. Not. I'l. JNO U.J5EIITOLETTE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, OJrici First National Dank Building, 2nd Floor .MACCIt CHUNK, Pxnka. May bo consulted In German. spr 18, 187-1 -pill. C. UISIMlCIt, DISTRICT ATTORNEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, on Buoadwat, first door below...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 5 September 1874

0110 R, t.iiiiKMTo.v, ia.i SATURDAY MORNIKO Strr. s, 187. Tlio public dept statement for Sept. 1st amxa a decrease of tl,C20,7G0. Tho Treasury payments ilurlnc Au gust, cxcuMve of t'.ioso on account of tho public debt, ym! ?18,108,214. Russell KrreU. chairman of tlio Ho pupllcan Slate Central Committee, lias called a meeting of tho commlttco In uarrisiuirg on tlio 8th Inst. A disease resembling tho eplzooty of two years ago has broken out with great violence among tho horses at St. John, X. B. A largo proportion of tho working horses of that city aro affected, aua many of them havo died. Tho Statn election In Vermont took j.lace Tuesday. Tho returns show n (light decrease In the Republican ma Jorlties for" State oillcers, compared with those of 1872, ai d also Indicate that the Democrats havo gained several Rcpro tentative and county oillcers. In the First and Third Congressional Districts the Republican candidates are elected. ns usual; In tho Second, owing to a 'bolt" from tho Pol...

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. — 5 September 1874

Advertising Hales. We desire It to be distinctly understood that no Advertisements will tie Inserted In tbe columns of The Carbon Advocate that may be received from unknown parties orfirms,un1css accompanied with the Cabb. The following are our omr terms ! Advertisements for 1 year, per Inch each Insertion ...... 10 Cents. " tlx Months, per Inch ouch Insertion IS Cents. " Three Months, " " " 20 Cents. ' Less than threemontlis, urstlnscr- tlon $1, each subsequent Insertion 23 Cents II. V. M011THIMKK, Publisher. Jjj II. SIEWKKS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE: Ground Floorln the new addition of the Mansion House, Mauch Chunk, Pa. Business transacted In English and Herman. Collections promply made and Conveyancing neatly done. 4S- Settlement of Estates, Proving Wills, ob talnlngtetters of Administration. Filing Accounts, and Orphans' Court Practice carefully attended to Licenses, Charters and Incorporations procured, and Criminal Cases mado n sperlnlty. Packard Orchestral Or gans, and Haines ...

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 September 1874

IlowCnrI ItoNa GotlllHrricil. Cnrl Rosa nnd Pernpa, antipodal as they wero Id complexion, staturo and avoirdupois, wero supremely harmoni ous, excellently ftdapted to associated enterprise. Ho had never undertaken management until after his marriage, ond In) Is indebted to licr, It is falil, for tlio Inspiration, Hp Is so modest and retiring a llttlo fellow thatniritiy orsons have wondered how ho could summon courago to propose! to n woman so much larger than himself. The matter of his proposal isthusre lated. Tho musical twain weio en routo to Hartford by rail seated sldo by side; Rosft seeming to bo unusually de prived. Parepa, a close observer, and Always sympathetic, noticing his mel ancholy, Inquired the cause. Ho an swered: "I havo been unlucky In this coun try. For sotno reason or other I havo not been able to keep my .friend In America. With tho best of feeling and Intentions, I appear to lose as rapidly as 1 mako them. I think I havo not to day n slnglo friend." "Oh, I am 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. — 12 September 1874

n rr r, 1 ' .... . H. V. MohthimeRj Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." 51-00 n Year if Paid in Advance. 111 1 .... . , VOL. II.,' Nb. 43. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 12, 1874 SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS. " ' . " " CARDS. Furniture Warehouse. 1 V. BcWkrti Bail. Irnc.u. Urin all kind) of Furniture O'ttntmi'lfi nrdtr, Boot ami Shoe Makers. Clinton llretney, (n.iixin' building, Hank street. 'All ttrdtrt promptly filial work warranted. hi. nAPsiiisu, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR .T LAW, , , , , , ,BAKX STRIIT, LIHIOBION, PA. itealEstaleWColIectlou Aiieucy. Will Buyand Sell lUal Estate. Conveyancing noatly done. Col lections promptly made. Settling hstates of De cedent, a specialty. May be consulleu m umoisu ndUertnAn. Nov. 22. ItlORNEY And counsellor at law, Oinci First National 'Dink Building, Zai Floor ' MACCIt CHUNK, Pixha. Maybe consulted In Qermin. pr 18. 1871 -jjJD. C. DIMM1CK, DISTRICT ATTORNEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, on Broadwat, first door...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 12 September 1874

to tote ililwwvk n. v. mortiumer, ...... epitor. LEIIIQI1TO.V, 1A.! SATURDAY MORNING SEriC 12, MJf. Grant has a stud of thirty-eight hor ses on his fatm tit Whitehaven, Mo., besides slxty-sljf horses bcloiiglpg to other partlos. Eight ot tho president's horses are to bo entered at the approach ing St. Louis Fair. In tho case of Tiltop vs. Beecher tho answer of Rev. Henry Ward Bcecher, denyhig the charges brought, was re ceived In New Tork Monday, an,d serv ed upon the plaintiff. Fostmaster General Jewell has can ,ccllod the contract for the penknives usually presented to the clerks ot his .department atNpw Year's. The knives were necessary when quills were Msed .for writing, but have not been needed slnco tho Introduction of steel pens, ,thoughtho custom ot presenting them fas been continued. A party of experienced hunters and miners is to start from Bismarck, Dako for the Black IIIIls, In about thirty days. It Is said the party "not only know tho color of gold and tho hablfs ,of In...

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 September 1874

Advertising RntcH. We desire It t be distinctly understood that n Advertisements will be Inserted la the columns of Ti(Ciopx Astociti tht ny be received from unknown parties or firmif mnloes accompsnled with tb tolas. Iks following re our OKtr terms I AdmifsnMnU lor 1 year, per Inch each Insertion . '. . . . 10 Cents. " Six Months, per Ineheachlnaertlon IS Cents. " Three Months,." " " " 20 Cents. Leas than three monUis, firstlnser- Don $1, each sabsequent Insertion 25 Cents 11. V. MOimilMKIl, Publisher. jj ;n. siawKiis, ATTORNBT' AT LAW, OFFICE I Orounl Floorln the new addlMou of the Manslott, House, ilaach Ohsnlc, I'a. Business transacted In Kngllsh and German. Collections prompt made and Conveyancing neatly done. AS- Settlement of Estates, Provlxig Wills, ob taining Letters of Admlolstrallon.FllIng Accounts, and Orphans' Court Practice carefr'lyattended te Licenses, Charters and Incorporations procured, And Ciimlbli Cases.msde.'a specialty. Packard Orchestral Or gans, and Haines B...

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 September 1874

A IVcll-Curod Man. Dr. Ilcary Soutliell, nn old man of uiity, lives with Ills son-in-law In De troit, and It Is said thai tho nged pio neer has a temper II ko a hear poked up with a hot pitchfork. Ho grunts and snarls around rtt everything and every body, and there Is no peace In the hou9o until his eyes and mouth are closed In sleep. Ilo took a now tack a few days' ago, and threatened to commit suicide if his whims were not humored. Tho family did not really thlpk ho would do nucha thing, but they wereuotsure.aml bo thoy wero rather soft on him for a few days. One night ho got some odd notion In Ills head, and tho family flatly refused to gratify It. He said ho would take poison, but they wero Arm. Along In tho night he ,was heard groaning oud rolling 'around, having an attack of bilious colic, aud tho family roused up under the Idea that he had taken a deadly dose. Ho woulden't say ho hadn't, as ho wanted tohavorovengo on them. The boy ran for a doctor the woman bunted for mustard...

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 September 1874

1 imim una Oailuni i .1 ". i - 11 ' i H. V. Mortiiimer, Proprietor. , INDEPENDENT" LlV6 aild Let Live." l-00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. II., No. 44. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, FENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1874. SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS CARDS. Furniture iVarehom. V. SchwarU. Bank itrtt, tlmUrfn, all ktndi 0 ltrnxlurc OiJJinimad'.to order. Hoot and Shoe Halton. ' Clinton Bratner, in Ztvan'i buOding. Bank street, pnferi trampUyJUUd-work warranted. KAPSIUSR, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, IUlB.UUan4tX.lltion AKentJ Will Buvand Sail H.al Jiatate. Conveyancing neatlfr done. Col- cedent, a aped waaiij. ) and Herman. Nov. 22. j no. d. nuiiToiETyrte,, ATTORNEY AND COnNBELLOB AT LAW, Omci-Flrrt National Bank Bnlldtnf, lai Floor MAUCU qnUNKuPtiWi-. May be conaulted In Qerman. spr IS, 1874 -jQANIEL. KAIiDPUS, ATTORNEV.AND C0DK8ELL0R AT LAW, Mauch Chunk, Pa. .jjaj-pffloB, above Poion'a Jewefcy Store, Broadway. JjJD. C. DIBMtlOK, PISTBICT ATTORNEY; ATTORNEY' AT LAW. Offlce, on B...

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 September 1874

Wm dilute IMtowflt. n. v. mortiiimer editor. LKiliailTON, IM.: SATURDAY MORNIXO 8CPI. 19, 1871. Ex-Gov. Curtln who openly procla ims his preference for the democratlo party, will, It Is reported, take an an tlvo personal' part' in the approaching political contest. Tho Maino election 'Monday resulted In Ihe election of Dlngley, Republican, by 11.000 to, 1,Q0Q majoilty, and a full Republican delegation Jo Congress. Las); ye,ar tlo Republican mojorlty was 18,3581 A number of condemned lron'-cladi were, sold by tho Government', at Hew Orleans, on Saturday, and brought the following prices : Etlah, $1)300; Wy.o quab, t'3700; Winnebago, 7350; JrU, $7400: Pejuma, $10,075; Katainath, $7400; Katahdln, $7750, and Chickasaw, $3850. The salo produced $Q0,725, and, It Is oxpdcted, will bo disapproved by f he Navy 'Department. In a test casoatHarrlsburgon Thurs day, of last week, Judge Pierson gavo his decision In regard to transgressing tho Sunday law, that the transgressor can be fined for eac...

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 September 1874

Packard Orchestral On gans, anil Hainos Brother.1) Pianos, A. P HoitN, Agent, lidhiglitpn, Pa JoJt SJ,.W-ni3 batuiidai mohnin'o, skit, h,- uu. Local and Personal. Special Notice. Those' of our'sub scrlbers receiving belr paper- with a cross upon tho corner near their iriarao, .-will save liny cents advance .In 'rulce.by remitting the dollar subscription at onco. Our terms ate f I in advance, or $1.50 It not so paid. . A young glrl,nomed Emma Knabb, pttempted to poramlt suicide In Cata. sauqua, on Monday evening last, by jumping Into the Canal. She was res cued by some gc'ntlenlcn who happened to bo passing, Horses and carriages at alb hours .of the day and night, at tho popular livery ot David Kbbert, on Bank-st. Prices moderate. John Ilepner, of Rockdale, Lehigh county, now lying very slclc, desires to know It his brothers and sisters are still living, and If 'so where. He Is very poor.- The double track on the Ii. ft S. railroad, between Allentown and East ern Is completed.; Jonas...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 19 September 1874

AN HOUR OF JIOMtOn. The doctor was aroused by ariinrp ting of I ho bell, and a caII to tlio house o( tbo superintendent ot the mill. Alter seating himself again for a moment of rot and reflection, his mind was soon nt work. It being but a hort distance to his patient's homo, lie did not order his carriage, but, wrapping up and grasping his umbrella for it was raining he sallied forth, so tired after his hard day's labor with the epidemic that it was wllh difficulty his limbs performed thoir duty. To reach his domination the rallnmd track must be crossed, and as he wai stepping over the track his foot slipped and slid in between the tall aud I ho planking, wedging hlra so firmly that, with his greatest exertion he could noi stir. He pulled and twisted, pried and strained, but without avail thrfoot was fait. The next thought was to remove his foot from the boot, but that, too, was impossible. It, was not the boot only, but the foot also which was immovnbl.-; It would not do to abandon...

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 September 1874

B. V. MouTiHMn, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live .aild Let Live." $1,00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOIi. II.,.Vo 45 ' ' LEHIGnTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1874. ' SINGLE COPIES, TIIREE CENTS ' W-i-rM '. . I " 1 I ' ' . . : . , " 1 I , r . 111 1 CARDS. . - - ' FuriiltttreTWrhomi. V.8clnrarti,llanlt strut, daltr in all Kinds of Furniture, Coffnt nait to order. Boot'aimlToine Makcm Clinton Eretney, in Leran'i building. nrk street. jr M. HAPSIIISU, ATTORNEY. AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ItealEstatoan Uollectlon Agency. Will Bujand Sell lUal Estate. Conveyancing neatly done. Col lectlona promptly made; Settling Estate! lof lie tedent, a specialty. May lwj consulted In English andUerman. ' JMO. D. IIIIRTOI4ETTB1 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 'Olfm First National Bank Building, 2nd Floor . MAI)CII,CIHJNK,-P!NA. riay ta consulted In German, apr Is, 1874 -QANIELi KALBFUS, M-pATTORNEVfAND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, AOfEce. aim. PoTon's Jewelry tore, Broadway. pip. C. UIBtMlCIC...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 26 September 1874

H. V. MORTIIIMGn, EDITOR. LEIIiailTON, l-A.I SATURDAY MOKNINO BKPT. 20, 1874. The temperance war has broken out nfresh In Madison, Ohio. Street meet tngs aro being held nightly In different quarters of the city. The annual session oC tlio Grand Lodgo ot Odd Fellows of the United States began Monday, In Atlanta, Ga. In the morning the Grand Lodgo was escorted to the Capitol and there formal ly'weloomed to the city. The reports of the grand officers show tho order to be In a flourishing condition. An Oshkosh, Wisconsin, newspaper prints a list of thonew buildings started upon a burnt district at follows: "2?eer ball, store, saloon, beer ball, grocery and saloon, beer hall, store, beer hall, saloon, grocery, beer hall, store, saloon, beer ball, grocery, beer hall, saloon, beer ball." Oshkosh would seem to bo 'hall beer," as a cockney would say. Gen. Sherman has sold his resldenco in I street, Washington, D, C, to ex Mayor Emory. Prior to bii election to the Presidency, this was tho bou...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 26 September 1874

Advertising Rates. TT eslre It lo be dlttlnttly understood that u0 AdtwtUenent will be Insetted in the columns of T CaHOX ABTOOiti tht may be recelred from unknown parties orfirms.unless accompanied with the CiSH. The following ere onr osti terms t JkdTertlsementa for 1 year, per Inch each Insertion 10 Cents. tlx Monttae,perlncheechlnsertlon ISCeuts. Three Month, " " 20 Cents. taasthantbreemontna.flrttlnaer- tlon $1, each subsequent Insertion 25 Coats II. V, MOItnilMER, Fubllther. E n. smwKiis, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OjrnCHt Ground Floorlnttaenewaddl.'Ionof the Mansion IIoum, Mauch Chunk, Ta. Business transacted In English and German. Collectloni pronifjy made and Conveyancing neatly done. - Settlement of Estates, Proving Wills, ob taining Letters of Admlnlstratlon.Flllng Accounts, and Orphans' Coart Practice enref ally attended to Licensee, Charters and Incorporations procured, and Criminal Cases made a specialty. Packard Orchestral Or gans, and Haines Brothers Pianos, A. P- Hqkn, Agent,...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 26 September 1874

a surrnsTiTious struggle. A writer nn "Superstitions" In the. Chicago Trilmne. sayd! "If . lleht coca out unexpectedly or you extinguish It ncclik'n tally you nnisi speak no word until you have rrllirliled it. If tlicio tiro no matches In tlio house emulate Hsrpo crates until some nre found mid utilized, or fire nnd fear I til troubles nil! follow. An Incldcat of this kind occurred not long ago. A well-known Hticletil maiden lady, well up in all supei-iclleious com niRQilmentK nnd articles of fattli, nuridm ly put out. her odorous kerosene Illumina tor. Not a mulch was scun, not h spark of Are, us' from parlor to kitchen sho wended. "What should she dor A mile to the nearest ftoro and a quarter of a mllo tolier ncsreft neighbors. She had iust lighted her lump to see about rinding ler sun-bonnet, that she might carry the news that the bad just learned from a neighbor ol n little unpleasantness be tween two other neighbors, nhtn a gust of wind blew it out. Sho dared not speak; for who...

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