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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 1 October 1881

AM 11' V. MOUTIIIMF.tl, . . . KD1TOB LKUIOIITON. I'A.t SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1881. Democratic licket. STATE. STATIC TMCASVItgn, ORANGE NODI.E, of Erie. JUDICIARY. associate :vuar, HARRY E. PACKER, of Mauch Chunk.. COUNTY. TniASCRtB, SAMUEL RICKERT, of Summit Hill. ItKOISTKR AND RECORDER, Capi. HENRY E. SWARTZ, of Kidder. COMMUBIONRRS, JOHN J. OATitMOHER, orBsnks, E.8ENS1NOE11, or Franklin. AtfMTOlIS, SAMUEIj ZEIGENFUB3, of Lower Towa menslng. J. Vf. HUNTER, of Weather)?. tub hi;.hiciiatic MiniMics. BTA.'TE TSEASVBER. Oeanqe Nobli TheDemocratio nom inee, for State Treasurer, was born in Washington county, New York, iu 1829. When a young man ho went to Crawford county, Fa., and I'rora there took up his residence in Erie about the year 18G1, and Berred as Mayor of that city about four years, lie is at present a member of the House of Representatives from that county. He is President of the Key stone National Bank, of Erie, and is ono of the largest individual producers of oil in Ilradto...

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. — 1 October 1881

WWIII18WMIIMSaBWMMMaWffySMBMH189BlMMW3 fc i ' - r'- SATURDAY, BCTOliBft 1, 1881. Local and Pef Sonal. Frederick lteltinger aged 64 years; H Bunday found drowned in the canal at Wilkesbarre. Hdi saw mai parties mere hare insurance io the amount of $T0,uuti ori bis life. James Williams fell down an air shaft at the Btanton Um, nc&f Wllkesberre, ott Saturday and was instantly killed. Francis Mitbum Iron worker.wasfdUnd Urowned in the Lehigh Canal at Catasau- tiua on Thursday of last week, XSr WANTED, Irhrtic'dlaUly a falWrbM, m wor on una coats, h?"" per wee. Appy at mi. o.... . -The East Pennsylvania Syhod ol the , Lutheran Church, in session at Lancaster, ,bn Thursday of last Week, elected the fol1 lowing officers: Bev. W. M. tialllti, D. Di; bf Phllsdelphla, President Ilev. J- A. Blngi master, Schuylkill Haven, Secretary, and Bev. E. Hub? r, Philadelphia, Treasurer. sSr-For dust proofon time railroad watch o to E. II. Ilohl's, Mauch Chunk. The good wife of our friend Wnitney, Hf...

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. — 1 October 1881

FARMERS' COLUMN. Autumn SouliiJ. Mol people buva observed no doubt, that tfllf town seeds, that is, sood that have rtroped from tho growing plnitta of the previous season, smiii-lltnea produce tbe tronget und meal heady plants that bloom the most freely. This is true of several Kltids, and particularly uf these that sutler nnder cxnotur of our mid-suintnur eun. Tbe reason is that self rnwn seeds got a very healthy growth in the spring, vegta tio( us soon as frost Is gono, and tire good sited plants at tbo time wo usually put seeds In the ground, even If (hey do not tart in the fall. They thus mature and flower during the conl weather of spring. The clarkias and nemnphllos and annual larkspurs are noted exninp'os. There are also several varieties of hnrdv unnunls Hint do well with spring sowing, that will Lear uulunin sotting in the open giound, and re ward us with early spring flowers. Swtet alyssum ami while candy tuft will give us abundance of white fnre.nly cultlng.ilsown in autu...

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. — 8 October 1881

Advertising v.Rat7 We'deairo It to boStilsttuSlyundcrstocKl that no advertisements will be, inserted In the columns 6f.THCio.i,;AotooATK that rosy ,be receIvodlfrotii''unknown parties. or firms unless neoompahled. bythoioiSH. The following 'are oiicdm-v lermsj, ON SQUABS (10 LtSI8), One year, each insortlon i IOcUu Six months, each Insertion II cts. Throe months, each Insortion 20 cts. Less than tkreo months, firstlnsertion $1 1 each subsequent insertion 2 cts. Local notices 10 cents per line. H. V. MORTHIMER, Publisher. CARDS, Attorneys. -nrr m. kai'siiei., ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, B8tssst,LtmanTO,pA. --,..-. I..... p1!.rlli Araaev. WIIID-IVand Sail It-al Estate, rionveysnclitg- .lastly dohe Col- ellmirpromptlr made. itatUlag .Lata iMclaltf May bo (Oniuino in r.niiu ad iiarinin. Nct.iS Physicians and Dentists.' It. XT. A. COKTKIUIIT, t. "WinnrrYtf tjentiBT. i .' Tenders his professional services to tho peo pie of Mauch Chunk, Lekighton, Weisspoit, t'acKerion ana vicun.. OFFI...

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. — 8 October 1881

EDITOR LKIIiailTON. PA.i Democratic Ticket. 7f t r. r t ! . BTAXE. . ', " "1 tfttf TIlIASURJtB,. 8 , QBA'GI HQBliE, of Erie, jetr-. -u JUDIOIABT.- TaSlTnjE. (JiyOK'.i'tMauch Chunk. THKARUBEK,. SAMUEL lt'C'KKKT, of Summit Hill. lUOI&IKIl ANU Rl.OnKDKR, Cam. HENKY K BWARTZ, of Kidder. , CDIMJSStOJ)KR3, JOIIN'J. (5ALIiA0ilE1of Banki, E. SENBiNOE'R, of Franklin. AUDITOKS, SAMUEL ZEIGENFUSS, of Lower Towa mensing. ' -J. W. HUNTER, of Weather). The. Cameron-Quay party in uneasy. ,Tlijy might 1)0 niurle to feel passably comfortable, if ilr. Wolfe could be in. duced loorigo Uio pleasure of runmog as an Independent catuUdnte for Stnte Treasury, But jnst (it this time Mr. Vojfe feels like stiokiug, much to the ohagrin of adversaries. It is not only amusing,b"ut instructive tp listen to big .opponents. Tbcy swear at him as am " bitioas and impracticable, and deneunce bim as one whose real purpose Is to wreck tUe Republican party. We doubt this. 3Ve believe that Mr. Wolfe is actuated by hig...

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. — 8 October 1881

1 SATURDAY. OOTODER 8, 1 881. Local and Personal. New fall and winter goods, it bottom prices, at 'Wlntermute's. Overcoats and worm underclothing bare been In demand bcrcabouti durfoj the past few days. Wo learn that the principal of our pub- l'c schools bns resigned. Is it a question of poor principal or very bad principle? The people are Interested in the matter, and wish for light on the subject There is evi dently a screw loose somewhere. Three of a gang of boys who have com milted robberies In 8chuylklll county.ln the last year amounting to several hundred dol lars, were recently arrested in 1'otteville. Mr. John II. Ileokman, formerly of Altentown. has been anpoinlod Assistant General Freight Ag.ntof the Lenlgh Valley Railroad, 1'eiinsylvania and New York Canal and Railroad, and Geneva, Ithaca and 8ayre Railroad. lilt office will be at Maueh Chunk, :Mr-Before ordering vour fall and winter euitsand overcoats, you should not fall to drop into the Toil Office buildnig, In this bo...

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. — 8 October 1881

FARMERS' COLUMN. . by - laMtv -i Newroan'i'iteatn iraw mtU'LarrabVeT Mr AGENTS WANTED. M tnnticturer ot and Dealer lo Rean county, was Sunday totally destroy ed by fire, together with lare quantity nf lumber In stock and tlx box cart loaded with lumber, belonging lo McKean and Buffalo. A spsn ol the bridge across the Allegheny Ittver was also btned. Lost, (27,500. 3 STOVES, RANGES AND HEATERS, Fin anil SliesMroii Ware anfl General CD CD Zn' House Fiinusliin.. Goois. o o r o o Stock nud DuIiy. Those who go toUye-stock eiMbltlont can mske e-bjeotjeseuns ol tucli lain. The dif ferent breeds are before visitor to study. lrer mlud ths horse rsces. To urade up hard always breed from the best and most valuable epeeiment and fc do that you mutt know which ara the moat valuable. Al to cws, you mint know how much milk they give In a year. To fore a herd nf cows Into an open field during such weather at August and Sep tember of lhl year has afforded, with n'i shelter from the sun, milt for an ...

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. — 15 October 1881

Advertising Rates, Wo desire it to be dlstlndly understood that no advertisements will be Inserted In Sho columns or Tax Otaso Advooat that may bo received from unknuwu parties or firms Unions accompanied by tlio cash. Tlid following are our o;ar terms! flitS SQVAItK (10 Lists), One year, each insertion...,. 10 cts. Bix months, each Insertion, ... 2. eta. Three months, each insertion ...... 20 cts. ticss than three months, first insertion $1) each subsequent insertion....!.. 25 ots. Jjocal notices 10 conU per Hue. It. V. MOUTItlMKR, Publisher. CARDS, Attorneys, M "APSHEIl, A.XI0KN8Y AND COUNSfatOIl AT LAW, Bank 8tBHT,t,sniaHtot, Pa. R..lkl.l.nrt tlollectlon Awnce. Will Punnd Salt R-al Etste. OSnveyantlnit .iMtljr done Co!. ctlmi promptly ramie, rtettllns; ItMates nf D- l-lanta il specialty, fliay oa conauueu hi ...I..".. Physicians and Dentists. D It. W. A. COUTKIGHT, SURGEON DENTIST, Tondcrs his professional services to the peo ple of Mauch Chunk, Lebighton, Weissport, Packerton an...

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. — 15 October 1881

H' v Mor.TiHMKn, KDITOlt LHItiallTON. tA.t 8ATPRPAY,OCTOnEU 15, 1881. Democratic Ticket. STATE. ftTATIt JRCASURFIl, ORANOK NODU;, of Erie. JUDICIARY. - ASSOCIATE JUDO, HARRY K. rACKER.of Mauch Chunk. COUNTY. BAMtJEb niCKEUT.orSummltHlll. RKomTin xvo nrcnrtoaR, Cin. HENRY K. 8VTARTZ, of Kidder. COMVIdSIOKP.RS, JOHN J.flALLAaltEn.uf Banks, E. SENSINGEK, orFrauklln. SAMUEL ZEIOENFU83, of Lower Towa menstng. J. W. HUNTER, of Wcatbcrly. wfn.rrjs KTAti'i'i.init rtoiit. Charles S. Wolfe, tbe Independent Itc publican candidate for State Treasurer, is pontine '10t Bot an5 S'1C" 'nl "ie ranks of tbo Cameron-Quay ring. 1IU object is to swash tbe mncbiuo tvud hU mcaeM iu (bat direction in November it now without question. Ho will not be elected himself he knows that nnd has known it from the start, but his effective efforts on the stump will defeat S. M Daily the Sing candidate. He has been telling some startling Etories in his can toss and he can substantiate every state ment he has made. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 15 October 1881

SATURDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1881. Local and Personal. Tba poor sufferer that has been dosing himself with so-callerl Troches ami thereby upset hit stomachwlthout curlngthe trouble lom coi'gh, should take our advice, and use at once Dr. Bull'a Cough Syrup and get well. Tbe many frlendi of Mr. Dr. N. B. Reber,of town will be pained to learn that aha met with a very painful accident on Saturday afternoon last. She was In the act of lifting a trap door to go to the cellar, when aha slipped and fell Into the cellar, fracturing one of her wrists and receiving a number of bruises about her body. Wo are pleased to learn that she is again able to be about the house. jEnWore ordering your fall and winter suits and overcoats, you should not fail to Jrrip Into the .Post Office buildnlg, in this borough, and examine the new and elegant assortment of latest novelties In olotbs, casslmeres, suitings and overcoatings now opentng, and which the undersigned is pre pared to make up In the very latest style ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 15 October 1881

FARMERS' COLUMN. Iowa fs pustilnj to the front In the cream ory business, She llircatent to toon have an ninny creamoriea hs Illinois. Wlien a fsrincr't village neighbors know that Ilia pork is fatteneil on good, healthy food, he will usually find a rtotlv marlut for It. Tho hogs to winter successfully, that la at a. tvro(U,re breeding sows. To winter tmail tiigs does not pay very we! 1,1ml all will pay belter In a good warm tarn collar thau In mid out ot door pom. , Mr, J- II. Walker, Worcester, Mats., re fmrlt 304 pounds of butter In one week from twenty eight Jersey rows. Klye of the herd bad three quarts of rorn meal per day ; tbe rent had pasture and cut grass. A Vermont ftiw, na'med Jnreey Queen, If reported to have given 4,403 ponmlsol milk during the first inn dayj after calving and 251 Hunds of btiller. But the knowledge worth most In ilalry trials is tho yield fur 3fiS days, or tbe full amount from calf to calf. Mr. Brown, In cliarRn of tho Ontario Mod. el Farm at Guelpli,...

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. — 22 October 1881

Advertising Rates, We deairo it to be distinctly understood that no advertisements will be inserted in tho columns of TiIk Oab&ok Advocate that may bo received from unknown parties or flrnu unless accompanied by tho tusii. Tlio fallowing aro our oxly terinti ONX SQ.OAR (10 LINES), One year, each insertion 10 cts. Slxjuouths, each insertion... 15 eta. Throe tnonths, each insertion 20 cts. Less than tkree months, first insertion $1 i each "subsequent Insertion. 25 cts. Local hotices 10 cents tier lino. II. V. MORTIIIMEn, Publisher. CARDS. Attorneys. ATTORNEY AND OOBSSBLLOR AT LAW, 01XKgTUT,t.IBiaBTOX,Pi. n..l.t,l..A Cnll.ctliln Aeencr. Will BtlVsnd Sail R.sl K.tMe. Oonveyaneln 'stly done Col- lln promptly mime, naming e..iic -slants a iasclalty. May bs oonsulted In hnjUHli nillirm.Mi. '""" Physicians and Dentists. -jqu. w. a-. coKTiuauT, SUItGEON DENTIST, Tondors his professional services to the pco plo of Mauch Chunk, Lebighton, Welsspjrt, Paekerton and vicinity. OFFICE: Opposite...

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. — 22 October 1881

K- V. MOUTIHMKR, . . . EMTOP. LKIlinilTON. PA.i SATOUDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1881. Democratic Ticket. STATU. STATIC TREASURED, ORANGE NOnliE, of Erie. JUDICIARY. ASSOCIATK JfllQK, ItARRYE PACKER, uf Maucli Chunk. COUNTY. TREASURER, SAMUEL RK'.KERT, of Summit Hill. RICOISTKIt AND RF.CnniJIR, Oapt. HENRY E. SWARTZ, of" Kidder. COJIMIUt'lONKRS, JOUN J. 0 ALLAO HER, of Banks, . BENSlNQEH, of Franklin. ACD1TOUS, BAMUEti ZEIGENFUSS, or Lower Towa incusing. J, W. HUNTER, of Wcatlierly. WHAT CAN 'IIIUY IJO WITH HI. II ) The puzzling probUm with wbioh the Garfield Administration bad to contend, was what to do with Bocoe Conkling and his following. The problem which confronts tho Arthur Administration is what to do with James G. Blaine and hia following, In the former case Blaine saw but one solution. It was to fight the third leim era at overy point; to deprive thtm ol powerand influence and leave them with out a vestige of political patronage. To do this the famoni treaty of ileutor by which Oonkl...

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. — 22 October 1881

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 52, 6sl. Local and Personal. When a lettnrer has workeJ the ladle tof fata audience o near to the Wcc)ililg point Ihal they havo gotten out their hendker' fcUiefs.nnl then suddenly changes hit lone and speaks of the merits of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, he is bound to rouse a feeling of in dignation. Edward Bryno was kilted bjr cars at Bcrantou on Monday. ' Edward Deisher, a brakeman, was kill ed by cars at Frackylllc, Schuylkill county, ion Saturday. Casper Aspenarrt, a miner, was killed by a fall of coal at Taylorvllle, near Scran Ion, on Saturday. John Llttlehales attempted to board a moving train at SheUandoah on Saturday tend was killed. SSJ-For a clean shnvea fashionable hslr tut, slisnipoonlng, or anything irt the line of hair dresiinp, call on ft. n.Widdoss, op posite the public square, Bank street) Le iilghton. The Bangor Superior Sloto Company has been formed at Bangor, Northampton tounly, with a capital of $150,000. See the fine 'assortment ol gold Welches T...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 22 October 1881

fajiiiwacauijiasJasai FARMERS' COLUMN. A I3ni: lilix tlttn'cetr A very neat hanging flower pot la made e-asily, aud Willi no expense, frc:n a cocoa nutshell. S.tw off the flit end, and take out the kernel then xrtU a limited wire bum threu holes near tlm cd,e. 'here are divisions in tho elicit (plainly marked by a sliihl ridge) that divide it into three "equal parlr. H'urn.a hole on each or these, about half an Incli from tho edge. Take aotue small wlro and fasten by twisting In to each hole. Havo these wires of equal length, and as Ion; as you lllto. Tut in aolne bils of charcoal or broken crockery ! then fll'l with enrtb. Set out exitHa, Ivy ur whatever you ilcas. for a trailing; vim-, and hanjj befro a window, and you have bno of tho neatest nriaiigeniciits possible. II you haro bracket shelves across your win duwar A little honk ran be Inserted in the tip;, and thin basket hung on it. ' lo;.noc. The potato crop la apparently muih mailer thia year than last, In the United Sta'es,...

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. — 29 October 1881

Advertising Rates. W desire It to bo distinctly understood th.it no.advettlsemcnts will bo Inserted in the columns of Tn Cabbo Advocatis that may be received from unknown parties or firms unle-M-accompanied by the cash. Tlt following are our only terms t nxl tqtiAtt (10 Lists), One year, each Insertion 10 cts. Blx months, each insertion :3cts. Throe months, each insertion - 20 ots. Less thin tkree months, first Insertion $1 1 each subsequent insorllon 2S cts. Local notices 10 cents iwr line. II. V. MORT1IIMER, Publisher. CARDS. Attorneys. -TTT M. BAPS11ER, ATtORNSV AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, DitStiir,LintaTK,ri. a ollrttin inllf. WlllBoyand I1I fUal KiUK. Cenvayanelng .wally dane Col- rations promptly mails. Milling itaiaiea il.oli uptcultjr. Hi; b eonianea in ai Uaraian. Physicians and Dentists. T-vR. Vi. A. COltTHIUHT, SURGEON DENTIST, Tenders his professional services to the peo ple of Mauch Chunk, Lhighton, Weissport, rackerton and vleinity. OFFICE: Opposite tho Broadway Houso, BROA...

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 October 1881

XV V. MOIITIII.MER, . . , KDITOn r.KinauTON, pa.i SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1881. Democratic Ticket. STATE. statu THtAdcnrn, ORANOE XOM.E, of Erie. judTciaky. ASSOC1ATK Jl'DQK, HARRY E. TACKER.of Mauch Chunk. collim. TREASURER, SAMUEL RIdKKRT, ofBummlt Hill'. RKOIRTr.R AND RFCORDER, Cm- HENRY K. SWARTZ, of Kidder. COllMISSIOKgllS, JOHN J. GALLAGHER, orBanks, E. 8EN81NOER, of Franklin. ACWTOXII, SAMUEL ZEIGENKUSS, of Lower Tow. meriting. . J. W. HUNTER, of Wontlierly. tub KiiiiKwn pi(nsini:N'i'. Chn Jumea G. Blniue Bflbrd to ro'nin bis present position in President Arthur's Cabinet and cornpromifsubh intefrrity by Rhfoaiatitig wilh lh- persistent ndvrcntf b of a tbird terra? True, Gen. Gwnl says fio has rotired from politics forever; but does anydispasslon&fo man believe that the imperialistic doctrines, which otoe reigned In his heart are dead so d".id in fact that they could not bo recalled to Ufa If Cameron end Coukllng and their eoterie, advooatoj bi.i nominp; to tlio front a-saf...

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 October 1881

SATURDAY. OCTOBKU 29, 1881. Local and Personal. If you can't "Bcr" n couth, "Bull" it with Dr. Bull'i Cough Syrup. Catasatiqtia national bank stock soils at $40 per share. There are 1,007 011 Fellows In Horth ampton couuty, according to the report of the District Deputy. The beautiful autumnal loliftRO through the Dehigh Valloy attracts ths attention of passengers on the roilroads. 25lrFor a clean shove, a fashionable hair cut.sbanipoonlng, or anythingln the line of hair dressing call on R. B. Wlddoss.op poslle the public square, Bank street, Le tt ighton. See that your stove pipes and flues ar, n good rendition. A llltle attention In this direction may save a. big fire. Ths directors of the Slatington Bridge Company have declared a dividend ol five per cent, payable now at the Slatington Na tional Bank. SSErBeloro ordering your fall and winter suits and overcoat, you should not fail-to .!.. In In the Vast Office bulMnti!, in this be-rough, and examine the new and elegant assortment...

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 October 1881

tj FARMERS' COLUMN. nisccLMMEoirs. "Wcbeshave wings," lays tha maxim old, Haye you noticed whero they fly t They generally fly, so I've been told, To where more riches lie, -A bird fancier calls his canaries "niches," AGENTS WANTED' slanufsctiuer of and Dealer In STOVES, RANGES AND HEATERS, Tin and MM fare and General . Hease toisnisg Goois, o cz Z3 o o CO I f r CD i CO c5" KEatffiiW'fHsissjsm because they have wings. Is the Jolly flsh made from tho ocean currents? NfillMn if urnt for tlio Senon. Il la (Hflirolt l tell jiul what kind ol .wrather Suvciuber trill bring. Wears like !) It have hard frosts, some snow florin, ami u foretaste of the cvnilng winter. The fine ucil'in' weather il October often Hiir en, ami (long Imllarr Summer may a'.low the doing of a largo n mount of out-door Work. All In all, thl is a month when much way be exjxx-tecl In firir rcAther anil foul, ml theretore-lt ii nil the more neces sary Hint ever; g'm.l day be taken athran teo of, amt ever; bad' one be pr...

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 November 1881

g.iwi MMIPMIipiLllWMlIW Willi pM mer, Kates. 'W delre It. to he distinctly understood Ihit ndVdverthJdrnents -will be Inserted tn (Mia eolumris of tun C'a'rroh Advooats that tmay. received from" unknown harties'or lfinnJoVMofiijiatilfdJ.by Ilia cash. iThfqUbwiBgaraour oiLtllcrmii nits squAws (10 lists), One year.each lAsertic-ri.m,,,.., 10 eta. Six mouths, each insertion. ..,.1...... 15cts, Three months, each Insertion.. 20 ct. Loss than tSreo months, first I nsertion $1; each subsequofit insorllon,.i,,.i 25 eta. Local notices 10 cents per line. It. V. MORTUlMKIt, Publisher. CARDS, Attorneys. M. KAPSlIERt ATTOUNBY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, niKK8rsict,Ltnioi.TOx,Pi. ji 1K.t.tn,t nollMlliin Aieniv. WlllBayanil fell RVil Ktst; Conveyancing aeatly dene Col. lotlimi -promptly fflaiieuiins itsiaiei oi ut Heats a .pecUHy. Mat be consulted lit Kn,tllb udUermtn. ' Scv.H. Physicians and Dentists. QK. W. A. COItTIUGiiT, L '.SOnOBON DENTIST, Toi&eriVlis professional service's to the pco blefcf...

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