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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 5 November 1881

H' V. U0HTH1MKR, . . , XDITOR LXtllOUTOftiPA.I 8ATURIMY, NOVEMBER 5, 1881. democratic Ticket. STATE. STATU TSKISCKKB, ORANGE KOBLE, of Erie. JUDICIARY. AltOCtlT 3VDOX, HARRY K rACKER, of Mauch Chunk. COUNTY. TnglSUBIB, SAMUEL RIOKERT, ofBummlt Hill. a to (arts Attn niteoDia, CiTt. IIENRY E. BWARTZ, of Kidder. ooMMissiomts, JOHN J. OALLAGIIEH, of Banks, E. BENSIKOER, of Franklin. AODITOtS, SAMUEL ZEIGENFU33, of Lower Tows- menstng. J. W. HUNTER, of Weatherly. ovn courrrv ticket. We- take pleasure In again calling at tention to onr Democratic connty ticket, nnrl an we hare spoken of them indi- Tlrraally heretofore, we need now only Ak for a fnll vote and the honest sapport for each of onr candidates, and tuns secure their triumphant election. Thefare individually and collectively worthy. Let every Democrat and Con servative voter, in Carbon county, do his dnty honestly on next Tnesday. DON'T. The Republicans are especially organ ized to oaptnro many scattering Demo- cratlo votes. They...

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 November 1881

0 SATURDAY, KOVKMBKR t, IH1. Local and Personal. "tniian brpaHMtnl," Wathinyitn, D. C.I m anxious to IntroJuee Dr. Bull') Cough Bjrrup among mv Indians, having Ulrd it jnjsell for tovferkk month, and think It ons of tht finest remedies I ever found. I Mar you, It ti the only thing tbat fever relieved ms of protracted cough, brought on by exposure while on the Bloux Commission Uit year. A. 0. Books. Agent for Tone and U. 8. Comraisilonef. M. Knoll, merchant Ulior of Wilkes bans, failed on Saturday for $10,000 due mostly to Kew York end Philadelphia credi tor. On n execution luued by his broth ers, hit ple of business U In the BheritTi hands. Thomas Lyons, of Bellevue, Lackawan tia county, was killed on Thursday of last week, by an accidental fall. JSeT-Th largeit stock of fine gold watches fct E. II. Itobl'e.Maucb Chunk. Prices guaranteed to be lower than they can be boutht for elsewhere.. Miss Mary Oflliouse, of BilTenrille, Northampton county, has been made hope lessly Insane by fr...

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 November 1881

FARMERS' COLUMN. Dn Agricultural sVnlris Vaf 1 Jako Frin wo'iioi to la nettled by P.is lor Ipoouor'a allusion to tlio While O.ikt, ami the chsroo.il butlneir which hii son Kit ttiit follows. He siiit, "I inws thare's more truth than poetry In what Mr. Spoon- rsays. The While O.fkj looks Jest as It ttsed to when I was a boy, aud, fir the life of me, I ifWt ere enny chance St Improve' ment. Yo sea, the cotrntry Is rooky, and the tla takes as nator.illy to white birches, pitch pine, ami scrub oaks as n duck does In water. If.e feller jo's a livltiatall,uplheicf he'a t In git It sailing wn-nl, ami clnrcoul, Nuthln eleeus.vs, nivt that don't much. Jf a Teller undertake to oloar up land, it eo-ti m ire than it rotnos to, tottel tho-stones out, i he can' plow,and.lf hwsoiva ryeor plants oorn, tha crop won't piy, without manure, and wh ere'e your m a n u re com I u g from w b c n yVre ten initra from the shore and tea weeJ, and haven't got anything but charcoal or wo.! to buy ft with T Ye 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 November 1881

I.fi.l'im.iii7ri. Advertising Rates. i We desire It to bo distinctly understood that no advertlMmentawill beijnsertod.ln ne ooiuraus 01 i rxuAaos "" hv hwlrml frDnVninknowa'mrUtJ or a Hriui unless sooompftniea 071 wo gui. 7 ith following are' oar dlLt termsf L' f'.' -4 f .hi. f M 5 InKS QBAB l4 LtSSSJ, jubne yoifrch iBKrtlo'i 10 cU plx months, each insertion....,),...?., icu Throe months, each, insertion,....'..... SO cU. tticu than tkree moalhi, first insertion $1; each subsequent Insertion'...!." JS eta. Wal hkliotj lo3hti Der line.. It. V. MORTlitMER, Publliher. CARDS. Attorneys. W4 &Ti" ArtonNur Xtfb 'ddONBEttOR at law, Dim Btasst.Ls-nearoK, Pa. (ii k.i.i. ..a flalla-tlan Imn. WltlBurand Sell Ra1 KiUU. Oeaveyan.ln aaatlydene Oyl Itlnna promptly tut; "Semisr IMrena 01 i- 1J11U1 .aaclalty. MaybaeoniSltettJn K 4 Herman. Stv. r.n,(ii.u IX. pysiiSains and' Dentists. fVKf n. A voniniuiis, ." . ftullfliltfllDT UIiaS0N DENTIST, Tendon his professional services to the peo ple of'ttWu...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 12 November 1881

If T. HOItTlUMHrt, EDITOR tVnuiauroN. I'A.i 8ATU11PAY, NOVEMUEll 12, 1881. A COAIj SYNDIC A s U. It Is repotted on excellent authority iu coal circlet, saya Thursday'! Philadel phia "B-cord," that a syndicate repre senting a combined capital of 115,000, 000, and having for its object the con trolling of the entire anthracite produc tion of the Btate is in course of forma tion.' Several names have been mention ed in connection with this movement, ntnong them being Messrs. William An deuried.of Philadelphia, Charles Parrlsb, of Wilkesbarre, and Frederick A. Potts, of New Jersey. The two former havo had nn extensive experience in mining an thracite coal, while Mr. Potts is inter ested in the extension of the Jersey and Midland Itailrond in Lackawanna coun ty, and also to the lands of the Alliance Coal Company, near Tamnqun. Mr. An denried denies the authenticity of the statement, while other prominent coal men iu Walnut street assert that they have, heard it from good authority and kno...

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 November 1881

SATURDAY, NOVKMDEH 12, 1881. Local and Personal. Tli s fellow, who, by mistake, tent his tuburn-balred iweetheart Instead of a bottle ( Dr. Ball's Congh Syrup a boltto of balr- dyo wants to know the beat way to commit suicide. The Bethlebtm Iron Cotrtpeny's Ilcsse mertteel department produced 14 ,610 tons ofiteel tngotiln October. Five torn of powder were used in a bint, at a limestone quarry, In Glendon, a few day ago, dislodging about 10,000 tons of stone and dirt. XwFor a clean sheve, a fashionable hair cuiTsutmpoonlng, or anytliinein tho line . of helrdresslnir.call tin ft. n. Wlddoss, op posits th public juaro, Bank street, I.e. nljhton. The Board of Directors of the World Mutual Relief Association at Lebanon hus been arrested upon the charge nf conspiracy to defraud and cheat members of the com pany. The fraud If said to consist in dating bacc a resolution that was passod by the Board forfeiting all claims where the mem ber died within twenty-five days from the date of his cer...

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 November 1881

' II. L . .1.1 . FARMERS' COLUMN, t'.tu.n no i i-.s. There Is new strawberry socking fume and buyers ml! It "ilia .fihirts." Its Humo will liortliy lialii lis sale.. The. new Souliejaii. fifi'ilerry l juli-lvr than llio Orejtg, ami lliorct'oro loses mure il 'vmsf. It Is a sbinlne lil.iclij without any bl.Miiu, and makes a utie-aipearniic. A Canadian Jins patented n process by which to slilp fresh fruit, tomatoes, ranfu latipes and melons In England, ami one con ll jnrnent ui least lint gone successfully to Ltvorpool. 1'eacliea uro to In. low alter a tun". Perhaps this may open the dour to a great trade In perishable articles. Peaches are raised lu Dakota, nliliouc.il the temperature thero lint winter sunk 38 decrees below 2mo. Tliey oro planted assinst a tii:ti hank, bent ngiiiutt it n wit -' lr lasltiird down, ami then covered with, hay or ell Wo ntptat'ie Alapkn tl nlao a gnrxl country for po.n.lies with sufficient protection. Mr. A. I). Allen, writing from Tom's Biifer, in the Co...

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 November 1881

Advertising Rates. i-TTM Carbon Advocate, a : .. . We desire It to be rtlstlnntly understood hat no advertisements will b Inserted lu An Independent Finill NnwrrwiMr ruDiisneu every AiulM.M, in Lehlghton, Carbon Co., Pa., by it.fllltV V. MOltTIH.lH.lt. OrTJCTS-DAKWAT, a ahort All ruoo aber. the Lehlh Valley It. JL htw Terms: $1.00 per Annum in Adranctf f the columns of Till Ctssox Advocatr that my ,be, received from unknown parties or E&rmsi unices acoompanieu uj mio ua.u. the follotf ing are our oklt terms i ojtx sqoill (10 Mais), On year, each Inaertlon - 10 el. Blx months, each Insertion Ii eta. Thje. montlu, each Insertion it eta. I,es than treo month) Ant Insertion $if each subsequent tnsortlon ii ots. Local notices 10' cents per line. H. V. MORTIUMER, Publisher. CARDS, H. V. MoRTniMKB, Proprietor. IWDEEENDENT" Live, and Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance?. tntr DMcurTtos or ruis aip rAsor J ob Printing at Vest low pkicks. VOL. IX.. No 52. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, ...

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 November 1881

EDITOn LKltlOUTON. PA.i SATURDAY,. NOVEMBER 19, U8I. A UBl'linLILAH DII.E.TimA. Northern. Ilembll;aii take It for grint ej that the aucca of the coalition in Virginia, between the ltvnjaster-anci the BepubHcn&s, seal the doom of the D'tammey in that Bfufft. We do not think so. The teniliDtf wen , among the Ilea 'I J listen were of th most ultra school of seccesslotilsti and their desire to re pndiate the debt of the State, or fo re dues it to n verr low point, i( based on n conviction which ia unusually atrong throughout the South, thut the abolition of slavery by tho cent ral ..Government, releases them from- tU moral oulicatfon to pay debta contracted when slaves con' Minted auoh an enormous part of the property of that aecticn. Wuou the Legislature of Virginia mectk and the dobt qnestion ia taken np, thia principle trill bu urged aa the reason for the overthrow of the McCulloch bill whlon was n, compromise with the cred itors, who ors mostly SortUern men. Ro pnblicani who ao ...

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 November 1881

8ATUUDA.Y. NOVEMBER 19, 1881. Local and Personal. Coil Oil or retroleum may ba very nice for Illuminating or lubricating fur poies.'birt surely ItUnoJ Ilia proper thing to curt cough with. Dr. Bull's Cough Bjrrup' li looked upon the standard Cough remedy.- The- Scranton Jltpuhliean says that ' I'itliton la almost free from smallpox. Edward F. Barry wat accidentally kill- .l on.'the North Tenn Rail road In South Bethlehem on Friday latt. pBTot a clean shave, a fsshlonsble htlr ut, ahamponning, or anythlncln tho line f halrdrestinp.csll n B. B. Wldduss.np. polite the public square, Bank atreet, Le Jifthton. James Burtlath disappeared from Mala 'moral, rike county, on election day, and foul. play ii suspected.- Jeremiah Sullivan, a brakeman, was killed by cafa nearPotlaTillo m Saturday. 1 ifflBelore ontaring your fall and winter suits and overcoats, you ehmild not fail to lrop Into tho Post Office buildnlg, in this berongh.'and examine the new anil elegant uortment of latrit novelties ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 19 November 1881

0 FARMERS' COLUMN. t'Alt2H ,No I i;s. Rasplierries mil Mat-VLrrrtr nn be planted to inrlltw mil Ht any '.Inn- In tbc fall li-fnra (lie varth f re If 8. Tho miiw also (Ulio nil nf fruit tree. Much of Hits work had better bo dope In the till to ai In av something from the hurry of spring. Tli"y bare n wurtile rfttl poar In Flori da, a hybrid of the Harriett and the Chinese sand pear, which, prob-ilily tortus it Is Dot French, la railed 111 " La Gmt." It doet well anywhere, autl an 8 pir rll tree hat soni fifteen bushels and a 12 Tear nlrl tree has beau beard of which born 25- bushel i and thesa bnshrls arc worth In lb N. York marketa from ti to $11 each. As Itrtou't be gin to bear until fire years nhl tint jump it makes Irom tiolliniir In 15 btnlieta In three I rnililty surprising Tear gmwlnjt, at thin rate, may yet supplant oronga cultura In the btate or Florida. Very late grapes mar sometimes be pro duce.! by reruovlngthe firit growth of l.nea ami blossom, time bait una other liifcr...

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 November 1881

,Jm Mtm.iMtuaajiiiii mm upumiMiiw tw iim n mini ihh inJ.aiuMMiii J iimiuuiTJ'.J-U'iuJU J-iM-ilji4Jjlimii,unxjJu.ina Iii'iji.iiiw jpj'i'i. f KiiJMJijaiiijiii.l1..iiuiat)jjjmi1. uirr, Advertising Rates. The. Carbon Advocate, An Independent r'smily N'evmmpvir Published every -.AT&rtDAY, iu bciilghton, Csriinn Co., Pa., by iiAiirtv v. .vioiini-nuui. Ornes-IlASitAVAY, a !init dlnhinc skit's the Letilch frallny It. B. Depot Tens: $1.00 FefAiiDMUii Ailvatcs zvsnr DrAcnit-noR or ruin ash f asctt J" ob jPririting AT VKHt LOW I'nlOfcR. H. y. MoBTiHMEB, Propriet.or, INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. X., No 1. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1881. If not paid in advance, $1.25 We desiro it to to distinctly understood Ulat no advertisements will be Inserted lu .Alio columns of Tin CinnoN AbVoOATK that Ijraay bo feoel veil, from unknown parties or Ilflrms unless accompanied by the CAsn. j The following arc our ohlt terms i jP- fc 'naK...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 26 November 1881

tDITOR hKIIKllITON.-t'A.i BATOKDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1831. voumi: x., mo. 1. With to-dny'u lsuu of tho Caudch Ad vocate, we in luir.enco our tenth volume. Tie aiicoeas of, tb,.Al)T0CATE has been uniform and Blcudy Us circulation be lug second to nono in the oouuty; Us .price $1.00 a year r lncing Itvithlu tie rcncb of rfl poorut of our cltons. As ftu ndvrrtUtii: ii edlutn it is equal to at y in this Mellon. Iu coiinrcllou with tiiu paper we have ft well appointed Job Of- Hco, and can do work equally as well and aheap as any office iu tbu Lehigh Vull y. Thankful for past fiivorawo respectfully ask for a contlutsonce of tbo patronage of our people. a. rmv miFi.r.ciioAh-. lhero Is no reason why Ibis country ilioulil not bo the richest in thewerld. Its resources are almost beyond ordinary oooiprehensirii and its revenues are iir. Bie'nse. And still wo slugger along under a load of debt. Of course we meet our intercut promptly, but the sum total of our indebtedness remnii.s about the snmo. R...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 26 November 1881

Lord & Thomas, i ITtTelthls Ftpcrdn ills at tbelr orace, Nor. 0 and 10 Mo. pleaxed to sbov it to onr towtuvmen who may. bo In that city, or make Advertising contracts, at lowest cash rates. cUTORDAY, NOVBMDEU 28, 1881. Local and Personal. The- components of Dr. Bull's Cough Byrup are dally prescribed by the ablest physicians, whose success Is due to the specific Influence of these components. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, skillfully prepared for Immediate use, for sale by all druggists. Ou the 5th of July, 1877, Franklin Monroe was put ofTa train on the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad, on tho ground that his ticket was not good. A jury in Wilkesbsrra on Friday gave him $4000 damages. TrFor a clean shove, a fashionable hair cui, enamponmng, or anyniingin me line of hair dressing, call on It. B. Wldduts, op posite the public square, Dank street, Le high ton. In accordance with an act of the Legis lature passed In May last all the anthracite coal-mining companies have provided ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 26 November 1881

hARMERS' COLUMN Early poultry will is.. met linos Iny early h th Full, Imt usually, unless separated" frfoi the main fljok Anal ftil every stlmulnlini foriLtneJr Will ho(l.ejrin cajljr. nd Iftliet, ln begin early1 by folciifi; or hlli (cfAlnp lliey will Hy lint at en early tiny, to thai forcing ! not muclf VaIuo In tlio end after II. ' v OAerratAn why man poultry fl.irksiirc unprofitable la tlio age l.f most of tho liens. Tor laying iurjioics they had Leltcr not cx eeeil lwt years of age. Goml layers nnrl successful mothers are sometimes, l;pt over ai pets or Tor ivlint they have dpiie, but Jl is net- jsridlinhle except in cvrlnln cases, P'tllets are what am svantnl for profit. Where it ia desired to keep both pulh-li and nH hens, they ihouM be led separately ao at. tn, hare apatate and specm! IreatmcKt. Klfh feeding of old fowls, makes them in ordinately fat.und that ratlicrprevcntstlian promote laying. For lqr)ey breeding, select the very best and largest, and feed well, particula...

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. — 3 December 1881

Advertising Rates. We desiro tt to bo distinctly understood that no advcrtlsemcnta-wlll bo inserted lu the columns of Tun Cinnoa Advooatr that may bo received from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied by tue oasu. jfcThe following are our oht lettttsi f( nXKSQUAI.lt (10 I.MSS', V n. A-, ai nli tnai.rftnn. ........ 10 ctfl BIX months, cacn imtrauu . (Three months, each insertion 20 cts. 1 Less than tkreo months, nrsi insertion ' $1 peach subsequent Insertion 25 cts. Local notices 10 cents per line. II. V. MOIIT1IIMEK, Publishor. t-i. ' CARDS, Attorneys. rrr H. KAI'SIIEK, ATTOIUfBY AND COONSEI-LOIt AT LAW, "DASiaHT,IitBfIBtO,PA. .. .i rnll.rllnn Antnov. WlllHurand 3ll R.al Kutate. Oonveyanclnit aaatly done Col- sctlons promptly mam. oshiihb . !"r l.nta a .peclalty. Hay b consulted in Kojllsh ad Uerman. KCT.12. Physicians and Dentists. AY. A. CORTIUUIIT, SURGEON DENTIST, Vt..i'i-. hit iirnfAwionnl services to tho peo ..IV -r.r-..i. ni.,...v Tlmrlifnii. Wnissnort. rii?iQ,ojiui.uv...

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. — 3 December 1881

M11T0II LGUlaUTON, PA.t SATURDAY) DECKMDER S, ISSt. TUB OUTLOOK. Thcro have been raorueutous occur rence in tlie last few months. Tuo l'rcslrlent itmufjutntid Inst March lies in the grave at Cleveland, nurl tho mnu, whom no one expected one year bo would ever bo tho head of tho nation, has fillod that porltiou for nearly a quarter of a year. A great deal or history bus been crowded Into a short apace of time. Ar thur took IiIh Beat under unphaBant cir cumstances, with many trnkarrassmetiU ta overcome. Tbo Republican parly was divided into t o factious, tach of which hated the other moro bitterly than does the common foe of both. Euvy and tmsplclon kept these colAIcIIuk dementi apart. The ihw President haw done much to oonoillato t'.o bnlf-ureeda, not only by accepting the official legacies of his predecessor, some of which liemlqlit well have rejected, but by n course of concil iation in other respects which has sub jected him to a gnat du.l of criticism. And these ooucrsiions bavo ...

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. — 3 December 1881

lords Thomas, S-tWi? CMcaito. Illinois, 2d,k bler-ad to how it to our townsmen who inay ba in tbfit cliy, or maito tieivcrusing contrao'ta, t lowest c&bu rates. SATURDAY, DECEMDEll 3, 1881. Local and Personal. Every one lias a will and a mind to think for himself, yet many will gu about hacking and coughing until a friend reeom hiends Dr. Bull'i Cough feyrup for that cough. Tha rhiiidelphia and Rtadiug Com pany and committees of tha Lhigli and Schuylkill Coal Exchanges met Friday and tt wired to make no change In prices during December. Patrick Gorman was killed at Pittstnn by a fall of rcofrock In the Pennsylvania Coal Company! mine, on Friday of lait week. fHfTor a clean share, a fashionable hair eut, ilianipoonln;, or anvlhingi n I lie llho f hIr dressing, call on It. 11. Wiildnai, np petit tha public square. Batik street, Le nfghton. Martin Dwyer was killed Friday af ternoon, at Mahanoy Cily, by a lall of top coat in tha Glendon colliery. A Texai man was lynched for riding a...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 3 December 1881

hARMERS' COLUMN. UMft ai sioiviuiti:. r rtoit. cassh's w. clay. Water Is necessary to nil animal nnd Trgelable lift-. Nn seed starts without nnd tre tHnnt grows without muisture. The period of vitality of seeds is ypta wide field , for H-nllHc experiment, but cerlaliily moisture has much to do with the vitality at well as growth of seeds. Moisture is applied to plants In these wars rln, dew, evaporation from the soil, and Irrigation. It is conceded Hist fre quent light rains are the most promotive of plant growth. Dew Is but restrie'ed rainfall. The mole- turn ascending from the soil raited by tl.e sunbeams, is precipitated at olght, when the air Is free from solar heat, and precipi tated upon plants Dews aro heavier In the ralleys than on the hills, because there is more moisture below. As moisture or evap orating water absorbs heat and produces cold, sn for the same cause frosts ore more common and more severe' in the low lnnds thati on the mountain tops. Fit this rea son,.panhej ...

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. — 10 December 1881

Advertising Rates. Vf desire It lo hi distinctly understood that no advertisements will bo inserted in Ufa columns of Trk Carson AnvnCATK tint ni; bi rewired from unknown parties or a firmi unlets ooorapnled by the CAsn. r tke follotoin'g are our only tertnii f f SO.BABS (16 MSB), One" year, eaolt insertion 10 ct. 'Bit moiitha, each Insertion 15 eta. f,Thre mouths, each Insertion SO ct. v'ttu thintkreo frroMhs, Drst Insertion ' $1 ) each subsequent Insertion 24 eta. Local notice 10 cents rwr line. a I . If. Y.iMOtlHMKR, Publisher. , CARDS. Attorneys. "W Mi RAl'SIIER, ATTOKNIT AND COUBLLOR AT LAW, 5 ' , BuxlitTiIitttTen,Pt. B..lk..t.Uil rv11oetlon AreBOV. Will Bnj.nl Sail K.al IC.tat. Rtny.yanclnf, JMtly di sttloa. oreraatty raaae. naming r.iv. n w li.at. .p.tlalty. May bs coe.ultol In Knllab adlltfataiu Met. 12. Physici sicians and Dentists. 17Y RjVT. A. COnTUIGIlT, SURGEON DENTIST, ' t9 It ' tn-Ju.r. Mi nrofeaaional services to the poo pi ofMaueb'Chuhk, Lehlghtou, Welsaport, racktr...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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