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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 18 February 1882

aw B' V. MORTimiHR. KDITOB LKtllOIITON.PA.t SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 18S2. MB, BLAINE. Mr. Blalre Is fortunate lu more ways than one. He is rich In money, rich in talent and hes more assurance than most any man in pnbliolife. In fact of the lat ter element be has ah inexhaustible sup ply. Just now he la actively at work keeping himself before the public at a candidate for the Presidency iu 1881. The ''Washington l'ost" has already come out for Blaine and It is said that ho has already struck hands with the editors of other papers of unre or lots prominence who will soon pronounce for tbe "plurutd knight." DUiub believes in the power of the press and greatly prefer it to con Tensions. Blaine has money lots of it aDd he is not afraid to pnt it where it will do the most good and no man has a keener scent for a good investment of this sort than he has. His original idea was that he would Bud capital in a general removal from of fice by Arthur. He wanted to be perse cuted. He longed to pos...

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. — 18 February 1882

' HjtlilLVK'ti KKBIllJARY 18, 1881. iiOOl and Personal. --Yh retention of njr wtste rastbrr Id the iritim produce! Injury. The collection f "phlegm" orditetsed mucus In time of told or throat utlon should bo promptly remove. Dr. Dull' Cough Bjrrup does It snort qilleltl end cfTcnu'tllv' than any oth er couch syrup made. Mrs. Osf render, of Pond Eddy, Files Co., died of sra'aH pyx the other day i and at no Tahiti could, be, had for lore or money her hatband and the nuraa tied a rope around th Coffin and dragged it to the cemetary vrMeri the Interment was made. l;ji-Fo prrpdwd palnU, wall paper, books, tUtlonery or fane article of any and Terr dlscription, at Tery lowest prices, go la j. F. Luekenbtch, Broadway, Maucb Caunki. Aggie McOeer,aged Solving at Gilber ton, Schuylkill county, while making Ere in a stove Saturday night wss burned to badly by her clothes taking fire, that she died the next morning. Iler father was also severely buraed.tr attempting to aare his daughter. HbTBtar...

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. — 18 February 1882

FARMERS' COLUMN. TABH H0TE3. CliWiil livilalo lint proved an ifficcnl Snlldolc In (pviTiil tccei.tly lfjmtlid casca ol severe poisoning by belladonna In Kng land. Charred orii liit.no of Ilia best tilings lil.-li run tin M l.i liens In maki- llicni lay, hi.t al n regular Kiel, hut in IliuiUil quantl lies each day. It costs bul very 1 1 1 1 q per head tu raise slicep. Nnt only will lliry iy us fHrm stuck (ml It U being inliuni.ily known that slicep ruttoro fertility In Intnl. Anylxily ctu havn grape vines by rut. ting llii-m properly. Trim nir portion of Hip iiM vine iinil leaven bml nteneh end. Stick one end In Hie gr.-ttml and it will lake riHit, Slrnwbeirv plants nl.niil.1 be fcl mil as early In the season ns isibte In ni.ler to void a dry pll. Kothiti la so faint to young plant as lack' of nioMuro after being transplant!'.!. In breeding frnvt, fur r-rffs use llio Lcp lioni", ll.iudain, Mack Spnnleli and IIr.ni. li'irgi -nun. sellers. For niutkit chirks, Ilie Plymouth It' .clu, Dr...

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. — 25 February 1882

JSSfe Advertising Rates. , We desire It to he distinctly understood Uat no advertisements will bo inserted iu the eelurans of Tits OitBOK Advooak that hay be received from unknown parties or Rrtaa unless aooompanled by the cash. -giif ftlUwiog ere our on it terms i fi i Ml SOA (10 LIMES), 1 Vn year) each Insertion! 10 oti. ix monthi, eaeli insertion., Ucts. fXaree months, each Insertion 20 oU. Abes tttknUree months; first Insertion j fh subsequent Irtsortion 25 ct. Lsrtal Holicea 10 cents per line. It. V. MORTUtMElt, Publisher. a, ii i ' YOAKDS, Attorneys. Vtr M. UAi'SHEif, Arrim'sisr and counhelloh t law, la iCTAisssT,itsnets)p',i,A. LlI..ir:..',..nJ nlletlen Annev Will noy.lid F.ll M.l K.late. iHnvtnclu neatly done Cl Sit ) tiblie. "'""".""'""."M'.t H 4 l.ruuiu, "' ' W.SJrDOOMTTLlt. 8. It.WASNKIl U M-xlMtK. jl.-iti AiiliiaatCora'ror Patents.) B.lTWAIHER&CO,AttoojsalLawl WARMKR IID1I.DIKO, W ASH 1SHTON 1 D . O . AUeHllim r van to Patent and Mln'nx ea.es. Lands. IWIona. ll.iUnll...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 25 February 1882

tt r. UORTIIIUKR, KDITOll LBU1QUTON, PA.I BATOBDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1882. THE GUBERNATORIAL BITVATIOK. The IlepubUoaa part; in this Btate U In the worst situation it has occupied slnca the elder Cameron first took the reins into bis firm and skillful hands Times have changed, and the people are sick and tired of the caprices and mach inations of a dynast; which has brought nothing bnt trouble, confusion and debt upon the'Oommonw'ealtu. The youuger Cameron who succeeded to the political state of his father, has committed many errors and the King baa been badly shak en in consequence. It was at his dicta tion that Blaine was defeated at Cincin nati, and bnt for his hot-headed impetu osity, the desperate battle for Grant would uot hare been made at Chicago and the bitter stilfe in his party have been made fiercer. The follower of the Blaine-Sherman bran6h of the Republi can organization hare not forgotten a great many things of this character and they merely await a good opportunity to ho...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 25 February 1882

SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1883. Local and Personal. A cold In tha hd li on or the licit things that can happen to a lady with a lace handkerchief, and Or. Bull's Cough Syrup la decidedly the belt remedy to cure that cold. During the week ending on the lBlti I nit., 89,00V tone of coil were tniniported oyer the Lehigh Valley railroad, making a total for tbe season to that date of 1,101 ,6.14 torn, and showing an increase for the year of 232,81 1 tons. tA 74 cent coriot far 20 cenU at tha New Store. Prof. Berndl arrived" home Wednesday en a short vacation, for the benefit of his health. 'We 'call attention to the card of Hatch Jt Foole, well-known bankers of New York, in another column. ar8tamtg of all kinds done by Mri. W. I. Long. Call and examine patterns. The small pox is spreading lu South Bethlehem. There are flfty-slx prisoner! Ibe Easloh Jail at the present time. freT-For prepared paints, wall paper, books, stationery or Taney article of any and rerr discrlplion, at very lowest p...

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. — 25 February 1882

FARMERSM30LUMN?! r -je.1.1 BTJOOESTIOIIS FOB THE SEASON. )lsrrtv.i (lie fi rat spring month, ami by lliit llmrjfllllhr plans fur tlio season's work shnulrt U well malum!. The farmer win plana Itttleunnen tlors hut u unrtll niiimiiil vifttie, work th( 4 r lli lwt. II shout.! I fully aware nr tlm Hiilmrlaiire'tif tieliif rratly fur wi-rk whrn llio limp conies, Ii Mm tt nf llie cwinity there Is n litunely (mnifr.'jettlfig a 8"n,t ready." Iris tint rcuoloralVvbul very expressive. It rea'.Ir means making (tiornugli prcimratlnns, mid In doing 'hja ihirn will he men la liln, tents to provltin, linJiltMiitMils In buy, nnd n general ii.verliH'iliiij: nml putting In readi ness nfulijiacliinory nf llie form. Tlianut (or of hired " J1!' I'lITlmil Ai"", mi rijum-s, imiclfdiuifslii. Thorn Is it amit dtdemira tn lilrnl men"; llfta rmc' "II I'"' way from Ihoticlitfut. intisrieiitinus matt whii 11 nituirfi .Inlr-re.lctl Itv the euri ras jiI (lie farm r, i,f 1t to his own, In llie shift less, indiffe...

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 March 1882

Advertising Rates. W daaira it to bo distinctly Buderstood taat n aivertleentoU wlU ba Inserted lu Uit aoloBtns of T Casbok Advooatb that hsay b received from unknown fMliM or arms unless accompanied by the efaitt.' th following tnour OHUT terms i BBsqvAas (16 Lisas), 6 year, Mk Insertion 10 ots. Wx months, each insertion .i cU. Tars raonthi, each Insertion. ..-10 ota. I. than three months, first insertion t II etch subsequent Insertion 25 cU. traeal uoliees 15 cnU per line. II. V. MORTIUMKR, Publisher. CARDS, Attorneys. "Ty M. BAPSHER, AXrORMIT AMD OOOMISttOR AT LAW, Bid ltasat,Lssieav,PA. ..t....i...jn.lU.tl.n Araa.v TTIllBarn S.I) Kf 1 dUU. l!OTBl JM'lj dene Cot. eatiiai pr.ajflly mad. Settling Kaiatea of u. ad.ata a saeelaltT. May b .onsaltaa in r.n-ii.u ml Uiruai SCT.1I. w. . toooUTTt. '. wabbbb - nexus. (LaUAssllUBtCom'r of Patents.) R EWARHER & CO., AttoraeySjat Law, WARKIB IlOlLDIKO, VASHINOTON, D. O. Attention riven to Patent and Mining aee. J-ands, Pnilonl, Hounlles, a...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 4 March 1882

IU V. M0HT1I1MHII, KD1T0II LKIIIOUTON, PA.t SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1P82. ' ROBCOE COHKLIHfJ. Nothing was more natural than thnt President Arthur should desire to confer upon Mr. Conkling the highest honor In his gift. To blm be oweu hra political distinction ; but for bis warm and unde Yiatlng friendship, Chester A. Artbnr would nevlr have been nominated for tbe Vice-t'resldenoy on tbe ticket with tbe lite General G.uQcld. Their friendship has been long, close and intimate, and it was but natural that the President should seek to pny some tribnto to tbe friend whoso kindly offices has won blm dis tinction iu tbe pages of history. Aud besides, in so doing, (Jen. Arthur hni not been compelled to stultify himself, for the cx-Senator Is a man of pre-eminent abilities, and possessed of those qualities oi head and heart which make an impar tial jurist. No man, living or dead, has been offered so many lucrative and hon orary positions, but hertofore Mr. Cotik llng has firmly declined all of tb...

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 March 1882

to. (Mum 4Uwat. SATURDAY, MAUCII 4, I88J. Local and Personal. How the hearts of a crowd iwell and Ihrob with pltlleM hatred tflslnst lh man who coughs, daring the performance at a Ihealre.whett they know he It too ettngy to invest twtnty llvo cent! in a bottle of Dr. Bull'i Cough Bjrlup. FhlllpIIarlos, aged S years, living at &.'UuUirllle, Luterne county, was crushed to death by a wagon body falling upon him last Baturday. SO-For prepared paints, wall paper, booki stationery ot fancy article ol"eny and avery.dleerlplion.at rery lowest prices, go to E. F. liucltenbacu, Broadway, Mauch Chunk. A wire cable measuring 5525 feet nnd Weighing 46,000 pounds has just been com pleted at Hasard Manufacturing Company's works, at Wilkesbarre. -William flliquec, who was charged With having ftnbeixled ten dollars froln o letter while employed as clerk In the pest-office, at Easton, Northampton county, was last Satunlay acquitted In the U. S. District Court, at Philadelphia, alter a secend tria...

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 March 1882

MISCELLANEOUS. The barn of John Yneum, In Wort-ester (mro'ship, Montgomery ronnty, was turned dnwii nn Saturday ulflht. Eight cows and a number of slice fecrlilicd in the (lames. The Reading Coal and Iron Company is repairing (lie -blast fitrfinrra at Swedeiand, Montgomery county, wlircli, the ritlslivii Ltdgtr taya, will be left to private parties. The Pennsylvania Nail Works at Harris burjr. produces 220,0t)0 kegs or nails and spikes annually and eni;loya300 men. The Central Rolling Mill at the same plare fin ploys 125 men, and the pay-rolls of both places amount to $350,000 per annum. Jonss Key wood has been granted a new trial at Washington on the ground that the Yerrtlct (murder in the flrtt degree) was not warranted by the evidence. Hey wood mur dered Tlios. Forsytho at Mnnnngaliela City in April last. He will now enter a plea tit murder In the second degree. Dave you Eyer Known ny person to Ire seriously ill with out u weak stomach or Inactive liver or kid neys! And when thes...

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 March 1882

Advertising Rates. We desire It to be distinctly understood that no advertisements will be inserted lu U19 AolUrans ot-Tai Qirdok Adtoiutr that may be received from unknown parties or flrrai unless accompanied by the OAan, The following are our oxlt terms i nim sqiMsit (10 LINKS), On year, each Insertion...... .,... 1 6 fits. Bix months, each Insertion IS els. Three months, each Insertion 20 otl. errau than tVrea months, first Insertion il peaeh.subsequcnt Insertion.....,, 25 cts. . Local noticca 10 cents per line. II. V MORTHIMEK, Publisher. J CARDS, Attorneys WJ Mi BArsitsn, ATTOHNKr AND COONSKtLOR AT IAW, Dim atnii.LimorroK.ri. a..ts..i.l..,,,t rvdlaetlon Aranev WIllBuyand Sell K.al Katate. Conveyancing .leatly done Col ettl'ms promptly ' Wilms; imiin.ij doits a specially. May be coniultiid In Knillsh ndUerinan. Net.tl. W. H. DOOL1TTLB. B. n.WABlCKK n. KCMBBK.. .' Late Assistant Com'r of Patents.) B. H. "WARMER & CO., Attorneyslat Law, WARHXn UOILDIHO, WASHINGTON, D. O. Atten...

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 March 1882

E- 7. MORTHIMHa. . . . KDITOll bKIIKlIITON.PA.I 8ATant)AT, MARCH 11, 1881. ME. CORXXXNO'B SSCUHATIOR. As tlie Aotooits forctharlowed last week, Mr. Conkling lifter several days calm deliberation has dcollued tbe offlfje of Jndge. of lbs 8npreme Court of tbe United States. He would have made an eminent ornament of tbat exalted posi tioned bare brought to lis duties mag nificent legal abilities and an impartial Judgment There can be no doubt tbat President Artfinr made the nomination In good falth,and there is less occasion to doubt that the ex"-8enator debated with hlm!f very seriously before he gave a definite answer. The country would have hailed his acceptance of tbe place with satisfaction. Enemies of Mr. Conkling, and back-biting enemies of the President, were opposed to tbe ex-Senators confirm ation, but they were an insignificant mi nority. Tbe universal opinion being in favor of a jurist whose perfect bouesty was reflected in a long period of pnblio usefulness where his uncom...

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 March 1882

8A.TURDA.Ti MARCH 11, 1881. Local and Personal. Th Governor of Korth Carolina said to the Governor of South Carolina I "Sir, tha bed remedy ia tha world l Dr, Bull's Cough Syrup," and tha falter seconded the asscr tlon. -Four nandred hands are employed in tha Adelaide Silk Mills, at Allentown Daniel Ferry, a conductor of a coal train, was instantly killed by cars near Wilkesbarre on Saturday. jtV r u r prepares pcinui, wn ' l1 , books, stationery or fancy article of any and very description, al very lowest prices, go to E. F. Luckenbach, Droadway, Maucli Chunk. The shoe factories at Orwlgaburg, Schuylkill county, employ 200 bands and make nearly a thousand pair of shoes per The Easlon Erprm which recently changed hands, belonged to the estate; oftlie late Governor Reeder, and was sold Jor$13, 000,, The purchasers will make it neutral in politics, but will publish a weekly paper that will be Democratic. aar-Belora ordering your fall and winter suits and overcoats, vou should not fail...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 11 March 1882

mwwMISCELLAWEOOB,' " " rvtn only niio dollar year, ami a cop? of Dr Kamlatl's Horn- Rink, or a b-xk eiilillnl "A Thousand furls," as a pn-mliitn. Mmjrnltit elTi-ct niVelatia;-. Airs. Iiri tiIo bnttj-ht a new ir jri ll wV ponlt "He snls of n ilrleealo grots greet "foTiiHli'li dress sjie.ml S'lioif ofij'xxls-Ther ,wrc i!if pouHltrsie-ol a XlclJgote jrr3s-gfc-en. Inspired vritU tfie (ilea ot pleasing bey hut- b.init,the daintily lifted the Item of lur gun-tent null displayed a foot worthy of Cindrrella. "What do you lliliik uf tlinl dear?" she tenderly usked her liege lord 'immense I" Innocently responded the part nor nf her life. How Concord look the hrwsf "Whsl Mr. A. Bronsm jlndt tpjord 'f ",e .result" or the llyan Sullivan prise light lie at unci put on his hat aud coat and leu around tell lux the rums, "mi glorious tu the reuse nil culture lu IV-slnn," Mr. Kmcrson rnlil t "That clip on "the bugle that Sullivan gave Ryan in the third round vss Ihe IncipiU tion of a lolenglcal athlr...

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 March 1882

Advertising Rates., We uWlre U tojbj distinctly understood that noTaliverllsecnenU'wIll be Inserted lu the olinrtii of Tki Oarbox AdvoOatx that may b reeotved from unknown parties or Brml unless accompanied by the cash, TU fallowing are our ohlt tcrran OICI SQTJAXX (10 LINUI, Oat rear, each Insertion ........ 10 cU. Biz monthi, each Insertion 15 eta. Three montha,,eaeli Insertion.,., 20 cts, Leu than three months, first insertion aSIll eaeth subsequent Insertion 25 eta. Leoal .notices 10 cents rwr line. II. V. MORTIIIMtCK, PubJIsher, GARDS. Attorney "TTT H. EAPSllEIt, ATrORNSY eANr) CO-UNSELLOR at LAW, Dixi Sraiir,Lisigitoit,l,A. 'Rsslhstate sal Collection" Atjsnev Will Buysna S.11 K..1 Kitala. l!fiuTSVSDclDff tIMtly done C1- tetixas promptly made, nettling Kittles of De- tdenls a .peelalty. Slay De consuima in unburn ndu.ren.n. MCV.IX W. n.lOOOLITTLK. B, H. Vf ABlTXa H. XCXUH. 4 ' (I.etejAsilitant Com'r of Falcnts.) , ; B. H. WARNER & CO., Attorneyslat Law, , ' 'WAriAlm llolLom...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 18 March 1882

H' V. MOHTIIIMKK, LDITUH LKlliailTON. I' A. SATURPAY, MARCH 18, 1882. TBS POLITICAL OUTLOOK. If party lines are. are drawn very close ly tbe Republicans have a majority of three ia the preaent House of H, iireacu tattvea, wlilln in the Senate tuny bv no tnujority at nil, lolig s.ived Irom li lug in a poaltlve minority by Senator Ma bone, who may or mny not continue to protect the AilniiniBtMtiou nuil tit putty. The KeviuuUcnii lender, more Muioially thoso peculiarly with tbe present Adtulo istration, perceive the danger ol losing both Houses in the next Congress, but they seem powerless to change tbe pros- The conrt-martUI in the case of Seigtntit M.8"ii, who shut at On l.i u, rendered the Mlouing sentence Irdm Governor' Island last Friday: To be iliabnuorably diHcharged Irom the scr viro of the United Stales, with tbe Iom of nil par and elluvrauoen now du or to 1 become due to him, and then to be con fined at hard la'tor iu such penitentiary as the proper tmlljnritlia mny direct lo...

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. — 18 March 1882

m! i mlrtiifi I, 8A.TURDATliAUCIIt8, I88J. Local and Personal. A remedy resting on Ihe bisis or In trltnto Worth demands the confidence of all. Dr.Dairt)URta Syrup Is known nl used mdst satisfactorily throughout the land, as la attested by tta great aales. Your drugrist keepa tt. J A cave-In took place at the Baltimore mine, of Iht) Del. atld ltudtoh Canal Co , near Wllkeabarre, last Frida, about two acrea of the surface land sinking Into the pit, forming an Irabienie ebssm. Luckily no buildings stood upon the spot. ff"Choice CLOVEH SEED for sale by J. i.. Gable, Bankstreet.tlils borough, cheap for cash I J-fhe attention of our readers Is ealled to ft haw, feat 'ire la to-day'e AhVMJstit a wUaldsale Market report, prepared express ly for tbtl paper by Messrs B. Beatty, Sun 4 Co., wholesale produce dealers, of Pitts burg, Ta., it Includes Country I'roduce, Groceries, Provisions and IilVe stnek, arid wilt bo very carefully corrected each week. This will no duubt prova interesting ttl ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 18 March 1882

r . ..aUSOELLAHEOUS. JTSO-SUDSCRltlB for the Utanon Anvb'' Catk only ni.e ilullar jtr, and a ropy of Dr. Kwrff It'altuM U.ok, ot a Lnok entitled, "A liijjniJFii," m, irtnilinn. ' TbeZtr -U-a of the Yankee girl nf lint aru small, lapcriux and beautifully aheinil, her Ilarons brljlil n, ilia , nnd the. isiwhlitttl Wfl-i'licr frown Is a f ami her figure exmti-s 1 1 1 ol surprise and a hanker Ihg her. Standt to reason tho Inveterate do baler. A foreman has a boss Job. An honest man ia the noblest pursuit i) I wiiman. Hit rivert had the drat mouths that watered, The tatoat Dogberry i In a "rountr place 1n KuMli Carolina tonnitlme after thewur they elected as Justice of the Pence an old Vhite-haircd liegrn.igtinrant, hut honest and Wall liVcl. JUMIrtt rasa wis a jury trial After the pleading was over the munrll In lormed hl honor that he emild charge the Jury, "It'm. Charge rte jury?" "Yea. boiior," "Wal, gemnieil oli de jury, it ffaTt lie rase am Iff it, an' I got to close It Seid da. ch...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 25 March 1882

11 -. .. Advertising Rates, MfVt e&lwiw It to be distinctly understood iHrat n advertisement wiU bo Inserted lu 4Mrrt eolumuVof Tin Cassox AdVocmts that v emiy be reoefved from unknown parties or ItrlrnP unless noeompanled by the cash. Tiro following are our uxlt terras t OKI sqvaat; (10 uses), Onuycaiv each Insertion lOcla. Six mouths, each Insertion .J.cta. Three montlis, each Insertion 20 cts. LeH than t'aree months, first insertion $1 1" each subsequent insertion 25 eta. Local notices 10 cents tier line. H. V. MORT1UMER. Publisher. CARDS. .' Attorn c "ttt m. B.vrsnrnf ' 'AItOKliaV AND OOONIBLLOIt at LAW, BtKK 8taiT,taiaatOK, Pa. IM hiUt. and Collection Acentr Will Uny.nd Soil nVal Ktt. l!one)snelnr, .iMtly done Col letlms promptly made. .Settling folates or p- "stents' -poclalty. Ha be consulted In r.nllsh .adUetiasa. Ncv.ll. i ' HiVf, Hi DOOUTTt. . n.WARKKR n.teMEX. (Late Assistant Com'r or Patent.) B. H. WARKER & CO., Attorneyslat Law, Warmkr Ddildiko, W A S II I N U 1...

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