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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 3 October 1874

H. V. MoBTHiMEit, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." 1.00 u Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. II., No. 40. LEIIIGIITON, OA.RBON COUNT?, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, OOTOBEU 3, 1874. BINGLE COPIES, THREE GENTS CARDS. Furniture IVmrelioine. V. Bchwartx, Bank street, dealer in all kind) of Tumiture. atflntmadeto order. Hoot anil Shoe Maker.. Clinton Ilretney, in Leran't building, llank street, Mordertp rmijitlyJUlal mot warranted. w m. riArsiiEn, ATTORNEY AND COONSELLOn AT LAW, KealBstateand Collection ARencj. Will Buyand Sell Bl Estate. Conveyancing neatly done, col lation, promptly made. Settling hstates of De ced.nt, a specialty. May be consulted In Lnglish anil Uerman. Not. 22. JNO. D. BBRTOLKTTB, ATTORN EV AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Omci-tlr.t National Bank Building, 2nd Floor MAUCH CHUNK, Pinna. May 1)0 consulted In German. apr 18, 1874 D ANIKL, KALBPUS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Ilaucii uiiutiu, i-a. JWOfBceaboTe Do!on' Jewelry Store, Broadway. E D. C. DIMMIOK, DISTRICT ATTO...

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 October 1874

DDI I'OII. LEIIiailTON', l'A.: BATUIIDAY MOllMNII OCTOMill fl, 1871. Senator lirownlnw announces him self as a candidate for election to Con gress from the Knoxvlllo dMilct. Mi. Beecher Is sixty-ono years of age, and reads fine print without lenses llo-never uses glasses for any kind of literary work. Tlio Treasurer Depigment will fel $500,000 in gold on each Thursday during October making the total sales for the months $2,500,000. The manufacturers iJoard of Trade, at Fall River, Mass., has decided to cut down tho working-hours to three days next week and four days in every sub sequent week until next January. According to the lledford Gazette there are one hundred and fifty post mistresses In Penmylvaila. They are all cfllctent officer, and not a woman of them has ever been a defaulter. A warrant having been pent from Washington for the aircst of secret ser vice ofOcer N'ettleshlp, ntNewark.Jf. .1. ho suircndered himself Wednetday to the United States' Commissioner, and gavo ball ...

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 October 1874

Advertising ItntcH. Vr desire It to be distinctly understood that no AdTertlement will w Inserted In the columns of Tni Ci0!t Advocuti that rasy be received from unknown partial OTflna,n1!" accompanied with the Cub. The showing re our ost-T terms : -AdTertlsements fori rear, r,er)nch each Insertion Cents. " Bli Months. wr Incheach Insertion 15Cents. Three Months, ' " " 20 Cents. ' Ihws than threemonths, flrstlnser- Uen'tlieKh subsequent Insertion 26 Cents II. V. MOIITIIIMKK, rntllsher. -jft IX. SlKWEitS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICEl Ground FloorlnthenewaddHonof the Mansion House, Mauch Chunk, Ta. Business transacted In English and Oerman. Collections promplyuiaaeiind ContejanciiiF neatly done. O-Petiletnmt of Estates Proving Wills, pl talnlmr Letters ot Adinlnlstrntlmi.l'lllns Arctln-s, nd Orphans' Court rractlcecarefultyntten led t" Licenses Charters and Incorporations procured, and Criminal Cases made a specially. ' I Packard Orchestral Or gans, aud Ilainps Brothers Pianos, A. P. IIok...

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 October 1874

Paragraphic. Willows who cry most nro easiest consoled; there Is nothing Hho wet weather for transplanting. Most .kinds of roots and barks nrn cow used as medicines, except tho cubo root and tho bark of the dog. Types continue to cut up antics, ovon in, well-regulated offices, we Infer from seeing John Brown announced as "a linseed preacher." An agricultural paper recommends la quart of brandy to euro the staggers. Wo have thought brandy was the canto of 6tnggcrs. An old maid Is not without power. ,A writer observes that ho has known ono such to turn a steamboat excursion Into an occasion of gloom and despond ency. Had you, sir," said Ilenry Ersklne to a dilatory carpenter, "been thero to build tho ark, wo should not havo had the flood yet." "How on earth do you manage?" asked a gentleman tho other day of two inseparable loungers. "You are always together, you never do anything, and yet you always have plenty of money." "Simplest thing In the world, my dear fellow," was the candid r...

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 October 1874

INDEPENDENT-" Live and Let Live." H. Yu Mortiiimeu, Proprietor. $1.00 u Year if Paid in Advance. VOIi. II., Ho. 47. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY", PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1871 SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS CARDS. Furniture Wnrehoun. V. Schwarti, Bank street, dealer in all Undi of Jimilure, Cojjinimudeto order t ' Hoot antShne Maker.. Clinton llretney, in Levari! building. Bank street. All brden promptly JUled work warranted. TpylTiursuBB, ATTOBNF.Y AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, IHkk StsiiT, Lsnianiox, PA. Real Est.te and Collection Apeocy. V, ,111 Buj and Sell Bl Estate. Conveyancing neatly done. Lol iMtlona promptly made. Settling tstatei i of De d.nt, P.Sf.lty. May fce consulted In EorIIsU and Uerman. t,ov' ll' JNO. D. BKUTOL.KTTE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Offici Tin National Bank Building, 2nd Floor MAUCII CUUNK, Tkina. May be consulted In Oerman. apr 18,1871 -JjANIKIi KAIiUPOS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT I.AW, Mnuch Cliunlt, Pn. ejrOfflce.'aboTe Doton'a Jewelry Store, 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. — 10 October 1874

11. V. MORTHIMKlt, KD1TOR. I.EIItCIIITON, PA.: SATURDAY MOKNIMI OOrODKR 10, 1874. The Controller of New York has made a ttatemcnt of tho debt o thnl city, which shows Its aggregate mi Sep tember 00th to liavo been $153,720,092, tin Increase of about twenty-two anil one-half millions since, tho beginning of the year. Thero arc at present in tho sinking fund ol New York securities valued at $20,829,732 ; so that tho debt, loss tho sinking fund, on September 30, was S120,sqc,300. Dr. Ltndencin, In his report as Dl lector of the Mint, says the amount of specto In this couutry on the 00th of Juno last was $107,000,000. The esti mate shows a gain In specie and bullion In tho Isvt two fiscal years of $38,500,- 000. Tho 'amount of gold and sllvor coin and bullion In the world Is estlmat d nt from ten to twelve thousand mil lions. Tho present rate of production is-sllvcr, $80,000,000 rihI gold, $100,. 000,000 j the two together being nn an nual addition of about one and a. half per cent to t...

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. — 10 October 1874

4 Advertising Rates. VTe doslr. It to to distinctly understood tliat no Advertisement will be Inserted In the columns of Tb Carboh Adtocate that may be received from nnkmmn parties orflrms.unlcss accompanied with the Cab. The rollowlng are our oslt terms I Advertisement fori year, per Inch each Insertion . . . . . . 10 Cents. Rlx Mentha, per tncheach Insertion lftCeiit. " Threo Months, " " ' 20 Cent. Less thin three months, first Inser tion $1, each subsequent Insertion So Cents II. V. MOKTII1M1.H, Publisher. Jjl II. S1E1V1SRS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE! Ground Floorlnthenewaddl'lonof tho Mansion House, Mauch Chunk, Ilutlnoss transacted In UnRllsh and fterman. Collections promplj made and Conveyancing nesfy done. AaPeltlempnt of Estate Proving Wills, oil .talnlnir Letter lirAdinliilstratlon.KllliuAicmin.s. and Orphans' Court 1'rnctlcacarefullyattellled tn- Licenses, Charters and Incorpntatlous procured, and Criminal Cases made a spt'clslty. Packard Orchestral Or gaiiB, and Haines Brot...

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. — 10 October 1874

A Story Worth Telling. It has been stated that tho duke of Bedford was led to gtvo tho statuo of J ilin Bunyan to tho town from which ills Graco derives hlsuamo, bceauso tho niKrlm's Progress" wastlio first book which ho received as a child from his mother. This Is, wo believe, truo, ns far as It goes, but It Is not tho whole truth. Ono of tho main causes which rnn'ributcd to tho bestowal of tho gift hi'H never yet been communicated to ' t publlo ; and tho story Is ono well a. hi thy of being related. When His (ir.ico succeeded to tho Dukedom, ho fmind that ono of tho gifts which Bed ford looked for athls hands was a year ly present of a hundred guineas for a up to be run for at tho local races, and h felt tho most tnsupcrablo objections to continuing to mak'o such a present. II" consulted with ono of tho borough members (Mr. Whltobrcad) who had nNo been In tho habit, along with tho revlous Duke, ,of giving a hundred guineas for the raco cup, and ho ascer tained that the honorablo m...

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. — 17 October 1874

Cavbmt u r .... . i. i i i i i 1 1 'i 1 1 i " "He V. ItibimiiMEB, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" L'lVG and Lot, Live." 1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. 1 YOIi-in., Wo. 40. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17. 1874 SINGLE 1 COPIES, THREE CENTS CARDS. Furniture Warehouse. T. Schwart,llank itreet, dialer in oil Undt of JVnitture. Ooitni made U order. i ' ''tioqt'and Shoe Maltera. Clinton bretney, (n'lmtn'i building, Bank street. " AHorderl promptly JUled work warranted. w 21. nAPSHKIl, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Tteel K.tateand Collection Agency.- Will Buyand Sell Real Estate. Conveyancing neatly done, uol lection. prLptly m.de.' Settling Estate. .of De cedent, a .peclalty. May be on.ulted In English and Oennan. " a' JNO. D. HISUTOIiKTTE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Omca First National Bank.Bulldlng, 2nd Floor MAUCH CUUNK, Pikki. May bo consulted In Oonnsn. aprlS, 1814 QANIKL KA.I.BFU8, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Mauch Chunk, Fa. j3-01ne,"aboTe'DoJon'i ...

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. — 17 October 1874

kditok; LKIIIOI1TON, PA.! SATURDAY MOKNINO OOTOI1BR II. 1874. Governor Hartrauft has notified Mr. Perdue, ono of the Undertook counsel, that, nfter caretul consideration of tlio case, ho finds It bis duty to issuo a war rent for tho oxeculton of Udderzouk. borne statistician has estimated that the growth of our American railroad system has been at an average of four and a half miles per day for tho last forty-four years, there being now iln operation In this country about 73,000 miles of railway. In tho year 19X0 there were about 23 miles of railway In opera tion In all tho country, Ofllolal returns to tho Huresui of Sta tistics rIiow that, during tho three mouths onded September 80,1874, there arrived at the port of Now York; 47, C54 immigrants, and 12,703 passengers not Immigrants, Of tho total number of Immigrants 20,104 were males and ily490 females. Tinder fifteen years of nge, 11,903; fifteen nnd uuder forty, 23. 831 ; forty and over, 0,880. From Kng land, 13,153; Ireland, 0,0...

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. — 17 October 1874

Advertising Rates. ,W desire It to I distinctly understood tlit aae.rili.menta will be Inserted In the columns Iti dauox Adtocau that may b received ffom onknowfa parties or Arms, unless accompanies wun tie Cash. The fallowing areour ojilt lermsi . a I'.aii t . f,. 1 hit tus tnrti aril t tttnMiiiwi v . j p r- , Insertion . . . .. .- . 10 Cents. " Blx Months, rrlneheath Insertion 16 Cents. " .Three Month, ' ' 20 Crfnts. Lew than three month, flntloser- tionl, earn subsequent Insertion 25 Cent! II. V. MORTIIIUKR, Publisher. jjcju siutvKns, , ATTORNEY AT LAW, OrpXOE t Oraand Floor In the new addition of the Mansion Ileus, Mauch Chunk, Pi. Business transacted In English and fterman. Oolleeflons prorEply blade and Conveyancing feeeby done: ("4MI1etntnt of Estates. Proving1 "Wills, ob' talnlDj: Utters prAdmlnlstratlon.Flllnjr Accmin.s, and Orphans' Court Practlcecarefully attended to. Licenses, Charters and Incorporatl6na procured, and Criminal Cases made a specialty. , , , Packard Orches...

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. — 17 October 1874

Paragraphic A. young Japanese gentleman was crdatned a minister ot the Gospel In Boston tccently, Recent statistics show that 603,800 pounds pt human hale were cold In Parts tnone year. Seventeen suspected abductors of Charley Ross have been arrested since the boy was lost. , From Berlin, to Eomowlthout change ot can, Is among European railroad announcement. A sign at Ramsay's Station, on the Erie Railway, reads; "Cane-bottom chairs are ro-flxod and ro-boUomed In side. " "How many people," says Jeremy Taylor, "are busy In this world gather ing together a handful ot thorns to sit upon." At tbo Cincinnati Exposition, a card gave the following touching but practical Information: "If you try our coffins once yon will never use any others." It Is stated upon good authority that In the city of Philadelphia there are 40,000 men out of employment, and 60,000 In the rest ot the State. Tho surface of Egypt capable of being cultivated Is 7,204,040 acres (or about 11,851 square miles), ot which...

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. — 24 October 1874

tUnum H. V. Moethimer, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." 1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOt. II., Wo. 40. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1874 SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS ' ' ' t ' ' -v CARDS. Furniture Warehouse. V. Sehwartl, Rank- street, dealer in all kinds of Furniture. Coffins made to ordtr. BMt and Shoe Makers. Clinton Dretney, tn Levan's building. Hank streot. All orders promptly JIUed work warranted. w 31. 11AP8IIBK, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, STRKXTf IjllUUUTUn, r. Real Estate and Collection Aeeoty. Will Bay and Setl Bill Estate. Conveyanclnfneatly done. Col lections promptly made, fettling Eetsles or De cadent, a epeclslty. May be consulted In English and Uerman. Not. 22. JNO. D. DERTOLBTTlfit .ATTORNEY AND O0UNSELLOH At LAW Orrtci First National Bank BQlldlsg, 2nd Floor alAUCIl CHUNK, Pmltl. May to consulted In German. apr 18, 187t QANIBLi kaldfcs, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Mauch Chunk, Pa. 3-OmM.,aboT'bo!on, JeneJry S...

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. — 24 October 1874

H. V. MORTHlMKn, KDITOItr LEII1QHT0N, TA.1 .SATURDAY MOUSING OCTOBER 21, 1871. Thu Legislature of Vermont, on Tuedsay last elected George F. Edmund, Republican, to the U. 0. Senate, for 0 years from tlio 4th of JlTarch next. ThoclcctlonsoMast week disposed at thrco Senatorial chairs Id the next Con gress. Tipton Liberal Republican, of Nebraska, will be succeeded by somr.- re gular Itepubllcan; la Indiana I'ratt, Republican, will rctlrej and a Deinocrat who is acceptablo to tlie tbirte.eu Inde pendents In tbo Legislature will take his place; foreman, Republican, of West Virginia, will also bo supplanted by a Democrat. These cbangos call to mind tbo Important fact that the ensu ing elections la Pennsylvania and tlireo of the adjourning States Involve seats In the Senate, Tho terms of Fenton, Li beral, of Now York; Stockton, Demo .crat, of How Jersoy; Washburn, Re publican, of Massachusetts; and Scott, Republican, of this stato, expire next March. Portions or tlio whole pt tljo Legisla...

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. — 24 October 1874

Advertising Itntcs. 'We doslrs It to be distinctly understood that no Advertisements will bo Inserted In the colnmm of TrttCiMOK Abvocat that may be. received from unknown parties or firms, union accompanied with the Cash." The' following are.our ostT terma : Advertlsemenis for 1 year, per Inch each' Insertion . . . . 10 Cents. " six Mouths, per Incheach Insertion 15 CenU. " Three Months, " " 20 Centa. " Leaa than threemonths, flrstlnser- tlon $1, each subsequent Insertion 25 Conta n, V. MORTIIIMKR, Publisher. E It. 81KWKH8, irninutr at LAW. OFFICE I Ground Floor In the new addlhon of the Mansion Ilouae, Maoch Chunk, l'a, Business transacted In JSnglish and (terman. CoTlectlona promply made and Conveyancing neatly done. 4agettlement or Estates, Frovlng Wills, ob' talnlng Letters or Admlnlstratlon.Villnjr. Accoun:s, and Orphans' Court Practice carefully attended to. Licenses, Charters and Incorporations procured, and Criminal Caaea made a apeclalty. SATURDAY M0RN1NO, OCT0BF.lt 21, 18...

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. — 24 October 1874

0 The Death of a Mother. Some never havo felt thoaorrowsthntmeU The soul of full many another; Tno keen piercing dart that strikes thro' the beart, When At the ilcatli-bod of a mothorl O, what tongue can tell of the sickening chill That crept o'or us sister and brothor, As we stood at the head of that sorrowful " bed, On which lay our dear dying mother. Light-hearted and young, we always, had clung To the home of ouryouth and each other ; And we all wept aloud, as wo gazed on the shroud That enwrapped the paleform of our mother. In tho coffin she lay on that bleak winter day, And tho winds seemed to battlo together; Hut wo felt not tho cold, for our grief was untold, As we fpllQwod tho belr of our mother. In the gravo sho was laid, am) tho sound of (he spade. As the clods foil one after another, Sent a pang to my hoart, that shall novor depart, Whilo I chorlsU a thought of my mother. We sought no relief from the flppth of our grlefn Wo spako not a word to'oach other; But In anguish ...

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. — 31 October 1874

ffiWMt H. V. MoimiiMEU, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Lot Live." ' $l-00 a Year if Paid in Advance. , . , . .., .in ... i i hiiii VOL. II., No. EO. . LEHIGnTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 81, 1874 SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS CARDS. Furniture Warehouse. V. Behvrarti, BanK .treat, dealer tn all linai of FumfUre. Oiffint mailt to order. Boot mill Shoe Haktn. Clinton Bretney, in Levan't building. Dank street. All orders promptly JUled work warranted, -grj- ji. nAPSUBR, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, B1KX 8ur, LtawniOK, PA. Real Estateand Collection Agency. Will Buyand Sell lUal Estate. Conveyancing neatly done. Ool lectlona promptly made. Settling tatatea of De cedent, a specialty. May he consulted In EnRllsb and Oerman, N0T.S2. JNO. D. BERTOLBTTB, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW Orrici-First National Rank Building, 2nd Floor MAUCH CIIUNK, Fissu. May bo conaulted In Oerman. apr 18, 1874 D ANIBIi KAIiBPUS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Mauch Chunk, Fa. jc-Otflce...

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. — 31 October 1874

It. V. MOIITUIMKR EDITOR. t.utoirroN, t'A.t 8ATURDAV MOit'NINU OCTOBER 3, imj. Every Voter should read tits ticket, and sco Uiat-Uo votes for the best men. It Is estimated that the Internal re venue ptodpta for the preeent month Ul be about 19.000,000." The registration pf voters In New Yorlc city was completed on Saturday. The total Is 140,075, against 123,878 last year, and 149,010 In 1872. The Brotherhood, of Locomotive Engineers, which bad been In session nt Atlanta, has adjourned, and will hold Its next annual session, in New York. ' Third Assistant Postmaster Qeneral Harbour estimates that tho Government Ib defrauded annually out of $1,000,000, by the use of "washed" postage-stamps. It is believed that to carry fin the fraud so extensively, there must be an organ ized system for the ' purpose. Tho "washing" In many cases, hqwever, is so poorly done, that It is readily de tected, and the letter is sent to the dead letter office. A New Orleans special to the New York Herald fays...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 31 October 1874

Advertising Rates. We desire It to be distinctly understood that to Advertlsementsittlll be Inserted In the column! of Thi Cakbox Advocatx that may be received from unknown parties onfiras, unless accompanied with theCAia. TUMIowIng are our 01UT terms) AdTertlsemente fori year, per Inch etch .Insertion.. 10 Cents. " Six Montbs.parirKach Insertion IS Cents. " (Three Months, " " 20 Cents. " Less thin three montta, firttlnser- tlon $1, each subsequent Insertion 25 Cents II. V. MORTtltMBR, Publisher. E 11. fUGWBRe, ATTORNEY. AT LAW, OFFICE! Ground Floorlnthenew addition of the Mansion House, Hauch Chunk, Pa. Badness transacted lu English and German. Collections proirjply made and Comreyandng tieatl y done. a-fetllemtef Kstatss. looting Wills, ob. talning Letters of Admlnls frallon, Filing Accoun.s, and Orphans' Court Practlcecsrefallyattended to. Licenses, Charters and Incorporations procured, and Criminal Cases made a specialty. Wit taiwm &&wtnU. 8ATUKDA V MOHXIKQ, OUTOBEIt 31,...

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. — 31 October 1874

Paragraphic. --A cable dispatch reports that Cecil Uuckland, tlio correspondent of the Now York "Tlmos" at the headquar ters of Don Carlos, was captured and shot by tho Republicans a few daje since. Mr. Uuckland was privato secre tary of Minister Jewell at St. Peters burg. Ho returned to this country with Mr. Sewell whon the latter accept ed the Postmaster Generalship, and It was on Mr. Jewell's recommendation that ho was chosen special correspon dent of tho "Times." General Miller telegraphs to tho Ad jutant General from Texas that his command Is rapidly driving the hostile Indians In tho direction of the Cheyen nes, y.-tiero ho believes they will surren der, It not before Governor Brown of Tennessee, has written to Governor Bcrcrldge, of Illi nois, lu relation to the kidnapping of tho alleged murderer, Smith; that Smith, being now In tho hands of tho judiciary Is, under tho constitution of Tennessee, boyond tho control of tho Executive, who cannot, therefore, In terfere to give hi...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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