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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 7 November 1874

H . V. Mobthimbb, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" LlVG and Let Live." $l-00 a Year i Paid in Advance. VOL. XL, No. 51. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7. 1871. SINGLE COriES, THREE GENTS CARDS. Furniture Warehouse. , y.gthwuii, Hank street, dealtrin all linrfl If Furniture, fioff'nt mailt to order. ' ' Hoot nnd Shoe Waluri, Clinton liretney, in iWi lufWinj, llank street. All ordrri prompflyuVal uor niartanltil. r M. nArsiiiiii, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Bans: StKct, LiinoniOH, PA. Real Estate nd Collection Agency. Will ayna Sell Iltal Estate. Conveyancing neatly done. L.01 lections promptly tn.de. Settling Estate! i of De cedent, a specialty. May bo consulted In English and Uerman. Not. -8. JNO. D. nERT01.ETTlS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT.LAW O icc-Flrst National Dank llulldlng, Snd Floor mauch chunk, 1'cnna. Hay be consulted In Oerman. tapr 18. 1874 JJANIEI. KALiUFUS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, llauch Chink, Pa. -WOfllceJaboTe Dolon's JeweJry Store,...

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. — 7 November 1874

li. v. MniitntVKii, Ktiiron. i,i;iiifinri.v, pa.; 8AT0HDAV XUIi.VIXH .NUVOIllKU 7, IWI, Tin! Secretary of the Treasurer Sinn lny Issued, a, call for five millions of the live twoiUJi's nf 1803, on which Interest vlll cci ou the 2nd of February next.. This tn ikes a total of fifty-livo million culled for redemption tdnoo tho 1st vt August 1.1.t. The forJft Gre m Ohio continue. The ga-j lnmp4 nt Lncastcr,ln FalrficM county had to bo lighted In broad day -Monday, owing to tho density of the smoke that rolled Into the town from. (he burning pine wood's. Retween HMnbrldgfl and Roonervilfe.tn Ross Co,, crops, fences, live stock, and houses have been destroyed, leaving many of tho fanners destitute. Measures are being taken for thdr relief. An official statement, prepared for tho Postmaster General's report, shows that, during the last fiscal ycar.tha free delivery system was extended to 89 nd. dltlonal offices, and ft now In operation In 67 cHic. 3049 carriers were employed, who delivered...

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. — 7 November 1874

Advertising Rnlcs. "W dtslre It to be distinctly understood tint no1 Aarettlsementi "HI t Inserted In the columns of TClRiO Anoc that may be recelred from nknoim artleornrms,unlos accompanied with tlaCien. Tba following re our oiai termai AdTertisementi for 1 jear, per Inch each Insertion . . . . . 10 Centi. 41 Fix Mentha, per Inch each Insertion ISCents. " Three Monthe, " " 20 Cents. Leaa than threemonlha, Srstlnser- tlon $1, each subsequent Insertion 25 Cents II. V. MOItTIIIMER, l'ubllsher. jjji n. sucwicits, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFIOEt around Floorlnthenewaddl.'lonof the Mansion House, llaach Chunk, Ft. Business transacted In English and German. Collections promplj made and ConTejancing neatly done. a-Setllement of Estates. I'rOTlns Wills, ob taining Letters or Admlnlstratlnn.Flllos Account, and Orphans' Court Practice carerullyatten'ied to. Licenses, Charters and Incorporations procured, and Criminal Cases made a specially. Ufa fetom gulwwate. SATURDAY MOP.NIKQ, NOVEMUF.lt77lS74. L...

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. — 7 November 1874

An Obituary Editor. Two or three years ago I was attach ed totlio Morning Argus, tho only pa per published In onr vlllago, and, dur ing my engagement, employed as an as sistant editor nyoung man named Drlnk ,cr. When Drinker began his duties, tho manager said to Mm: 'Sce liero, Drinker, among other things I want you, whenever you see, In exchanges or anywhero, a good bi ographical sketch of any prominent man, to clip It out and put It nway.so'a when ho dies, you understand, wc can rush It out as an obituary article, as It were.' Drinker went to work, and about two months afterward somo well-known man died, and I examined tho obituary bateau for the purpose of obtaining his history. ft was not there; but I discov ered that the Insidious Drinker had stored away In that mortuary recept acle, one biographical sketch of John Wesley, a collection of anecdotes about ,G en. Putnam, .and an essay upon tho 'Life and Services of John Hancock.' I commenced with Drinker upon tho subjoct. 'Mr. 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. — 14 November 1874

ill Oarluitt H. V. MoRTniMEti, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT Live and Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. LEniGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1874. SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS VOL; ,11., No. 52. CARDS. Furniture Warehouse. V. Bchwrt, Hank street, dealer m all kindi of Furniture, atffmtnadeto order. Uoot and Shoe Mkeri. Clinton Bretu.J, in Lrran's building. Haote street. Morderiprmpa!UUa' w warranted. yj- M. nAPSIlEU, ATTORN KY AND COUNSELLOR AT tAW, 8.11 Hi ! Ki-l.t.. cnTJnclii(t neatlj done. l.0. and Herman. rov..". JHO. D. BEIITOLKTTE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Oriica-IMrst National Bank Building, 2nd Floor MAUCH CHUNK, Pmm. M.t bo consulted In Qerrnan. apr IS, 1871 TQAN1KI. ICALUFUS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, llnuch Cb'uuU, Pa. J9-Offl.'above Dotou's Jeva'rjf Store, Broadwaj. gD. C. DIHMIOIC, "TT ...... hwidvcV IT T.AW DISTRICT AXTUKnui, niivfy , Ofllce.on BaoiDWiT, first door below American llotel.MauchChunk.l'enn'.. Collection; prompt j ...

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. — 14 November 1874

SPECIAL NOTICE. As the postage- on nil papers tent out nt tho county wlicro published will have to bo prc-pnld on and after tho 1st of Jannaty, 1873, persons desiring to have the CAimov Advocate, after that dato, must remit $1 for subscription awl 0 cents to prepay postage. JVb papers will be sent from tills office to persons outside of Carbon county unless so pre paid. Tho terms to subscribers lii "the county will remain as heretofore: $1 a year In advance, or $1.50 if not paid within thrco month. H. V. MortTniMEit, Publisher. Nov. 14th, 1874. II. V. MORTHIMKlt, KUIVOK. LEIIIQIITON, I'A.S AATOtlDAY MOKSIKO KUVEMBKR 14, 1874. National Finances. Treasurer Spinner, In his fourteenth nnnual report, says that compared with tho prevloui year the decrease In tho customs joir is $24,033,039, and In in ternal revenue $11,315,029. Tlio de crease of customs Is owing to tho pan ic, of the revenue because of change In the law. Expendlturca.uavo decreased 1,809,032. The. Treasurer, in speaking o...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 14 November 1874

tv 4 W Artvnrilialiiir R(ltt!N. IT dartre It ItTU dMInetly underlined tint no lTrtlnita will ba Inserted In the column! or aibikBOii AsrooATt that may be recelred from mkttown llle6rllrmi,unlCMarwrntaniea iin aa UABH.' IDS louawiDK Brauuru" "'-t AjTerUeowtU fprj year, per Incn eacn IllKTllCtJ'. . . , .10 Centa. " Pit Minth.perlneheathlnerllon ISCenta. ' Tuma Months; " " ' 20 Cent. " LeMltaantbreemnntha.flratlnMr- lion $1, each aubroquent loeertlon 25 Centa II. V. MORTIHMKR, Publisher. ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE! Oroanj floor In the new addl.'loiiofthe Uanalon Ilotnoi Mauch Chunk, fa. Bualneaa traoaacW In- JJnillnb. and Herman, Coilectiona promply fcoad and Conveyarieiug neatly done. Jra-fetlUmtnt or Kitatea. rroring iiia, iceoftoo, Charters and Incorporations procured, if asii j I j 1 1 1 1 1 ri I 1.11 ik.. tnw unnl'lv1 t nvUU tlL'lt 11 1RTJ i .final nnrl Pfirsntin . rr - . fecial Notice. TllOSe OT OUrsUU- mi.rR n.reivinir mt'ir immT wivn is" Upon Xlm comer near tticir tiatne, MlrliMi ...

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. — 14 November 1874

Paragraphic. How Patrick proposes to get over Ills slnglo blessedness. By proposing to Bridge It. The Secretary of the Treasury will eel I 5500,000 In gold on each Thursday In November, or a total of 82,000,000 during the month. An Impertinent fellow was met by a gentleman whom he had Insulted, who observed that he owed htm a good drub bing. "Never mind, sir," said the fel low; "I'll forglvo you the debt!" , ' 'I want you to understand that there Is to be no levity on the atage to night." said the manager of aclty thea tre to the supernumeraries as tho curtain was rung up. "What's a levity, Bill?" nrked one supernumerary of another. "Oh," tnld the olhn, 'I don't knowj suppose It's ft cross 'tween a farco aud a comedy!" At Pittsburg, early Sunday morn ing, burglars entered tho house of Jacob Tell, and after carrying of tho silver ware and other articles, set fire to the house. Mr. Tell awoke his lamlly, and all escaped by Jumping from the, win dows, excepting his son Joseph and the 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. — 21 November 1874

Crohn! H. Y. MoiiTniMEn, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." Sl.OO a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. HI., No. 1. LEHIGnTON, .CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1874. . Subscribers out of County, $1.20. CARDS. Furniture Waretioiiac. I V. Bchwarti, Bank street, dealer in all kindt of Jirtiiturt Cbjini made to order. Boot und Shoe Makers. Clinton Bralney, I'n Levan'n building, l)nk (treat. All order i promptlyjllledfcork warranted. -T M. HAPSIIER, ATT0HNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Heal Estate .od Collection Agency. Will Buy Mid 811 lUal ErtlU. Confeyanclng nMtly done. Col lections promptly to.de. Settling BetaUa of De cedent, specialty. May be consulted In Ingllsn end Ucrman. Not. JNO. D. BEHTOLKTTE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW OrrKf first National Bunk Uulldlng,2nd Vloor JIAUCH CHUNK, Ttsxi. Hay bo consulted In German, apr 18, 187 -QAKIEI KAL.BPUB, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, lUnoh Chnnk, Pa. jajrOfflee.'eboTe Dolon's Jewelry Btore, Broadway. J IV. DIMM1...

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. — 21 November 1874

It. V. MORTHIMKIt, I.KIUOI1TON', PA.-. I tmillWAV MOltNINU nuvi:hhkr v is;? Volume? III., Ko. i. To-day ve hma the first uumbcr of tlio third vplumjj' Tps 1 Oamioh Advocate. Notwithstanding the "Panic" nnil lha universal cry ot "hard times," during' Witt past ye'Cf, tho ,iroulaUon. ami advrrthng -plp.trt)- nago of tlio Cvuuoft AcvypATK lias (stcniUly .increased, whl'.o tho Jobbing tteparfuieut, lia;s been liberally. patronized by .our Jown'stntin and tlio, citizens of the surra'jiid'.ug country; and It Is, ft great satisfaction, to us tp know that piir pat,rpua express them sclycr nt all )tlraes sutbfied with .our work and charges. ,In a.short Ipio wo propose ,tp pu. In a iia,w ,811(1 Jmproved , press mid a variety of new and handi some typo, yjmn vo( will bp, better, than , ever prepared to supply them with all 2cind? o printing , nt tjip lowest prices,) Tho. terms lor, thu Ad.vooatk will re main as heretofore, ,vlz: .81 n ,yiar Id advancu to all iCpuutyi subscribers, or, $1.50, if...

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. — 21 November 1874

, AdvcrllHliip Kntcs. Wettelreltotw distinctly understood lliatno Advertisements will telnserlod.ln the colnmnsof TBipARSOJl'fBpCAtE hat jiid be recelved(fr0in unknown parties or firms, uolc accompanied wlih the Oiiii Th? following are ynpifc terms i AdvcUlsemeWfe'rVyearj per inch Wh, insertion , " . r. . ..lOOms. " Bit .Months, per luehcach Insertion 15 Cents. Three Months, " " " 20 Cents. a I,eMlhntbreem6nt!is,flrstlnser- tlon (1) each subsequent Insertion So Cents II. V. MORI1IIMUR, VuUlsher, E msiBWJsntf, OFFIClft Dronqd Floor 16 tiio new addlMon of tho Mansion lions, llauch fcbunk, l'a. Bslnes transacted 'In Enjfllsh and'tJeiraan. Coflecilons promply male it! Conveyancing neatly done. BeTlleWnl t Hst'atea. Proving Wills, ob talnlngletteraofAdmlulstratloo.f'IIIng Accminls. and Orphans' Court Practlcecnrerullfattrlided to Licenses, Charters and IncoVpoiallons procured, and Criminal Cases made a speclilty. SATURDAY M0HN1NQ, NOVKMUCU. 21, 1674. LocalTand Personal. Special Notice. 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. — 21 November 1874

Paragraphic "O kittens! In our hour of case, un certain toys and full of fleas; when pain or anguish hang o'er men, 70 turn you Into sausaze then." The man who has not anything lo boast of but his IllUtrlous ancestors is like a potato plant the only good be longing to Mm Is under ground. During a panic caused by no alarm of Ore In a .Montreal church, Monday, three, hundred persons were trampled under foot. Many are. supposed to bo fatally Injured. The President's action In restoring the daughter of Jackson, Ellsworth's murderer, to the situation In the Treas ury Department, at the request of M03 by, has aroused much unfavorable com ment. Nlnety-ono millions of postal cards were sold during the past year. Washed postage stamps to the value of five per cent, of all the stamps sold were used, entailing upon the Government a loss of $1,000,000, The official vote of Pittsburg gives Latta 15,701; Olmstead, 13,110; and Bradford, the temperance candidate for Lteutanenl Governor, 2,457. Majo...

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. — 28 November 1874

H. V. Mobthimeb, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" LlVB and Let Live." Sl.OO a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. III., No. 2. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1874. Subscribers out or County, $1.20. CARDS. Furniture Warehouse. V, 8rhwirtf.Hnk street, dralerin all Und$ qf Furniture. Cojfint made to order. Boat nuil stiollnkr. Clinton Drttuey.tn Lrvan'n building, hank street. All ordfrl promptly fill'd-v)Ork warranted. w M. nAPSHElt, ATTOUNKV AND COUNSETXOJl AT LAW, BASK SIBEET, LEIUURTOX, P. Tteal Fstateaml Collrtllon Apency. Will Duyarnl Sell Ki'al K.tate. (lonveranclni; neatly done. Col leetlona promptly made. PettllnR Katalea or De cedent, a specialty. May be consulted In Enclitn and Herman. . Kor. B' JNO. P. BEIXTOlilSTTE, ATTOIISEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Orricr-Flrit National Dank Dulldlng, 5nd Floor MAUCIt CIIUNK, rimu. May be consulted Irl Oerman. apr 18, 1874 JJANIEI. KAMsFUS, 'ATTOnNEV AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Hanch Cliunlt, Fa. aVOfflce. aton Dolon's Jewelry...

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. — 28 November 1874

KD1TOI1. LGniQIITON, TA.t SVTUUDAV MOItSIKtl VUVKMOKR 28, 1874. Tlio Iron Men. On1i lGtli Inst., n cnll of the- plg lroniininiifuctirers of the Lehigh Val 'lev ws Issued, requcstlnz' tlio gentle sine l (presenting pig-iron companies mod manufacturing firms to assemble !o tlio rooms oftlio imerlcau Iron and Steel Association, In Philadelphia, Nov. 24th, In pursuance of tlio call, a well attended meeting was held, Mr. W. II: .dlney, of the Lehigh Iron Co., called tlio meellng to- order. Mr. O. Dawson Coleman, of the Tvjbonan I'urnacej, waselected clialrm?.n, nud Mr. Geo. W. Cope, secretary, Mr. Ree ves called upon Its authors to express their views. Mr. Alaey, prooeeded to address tlio meeting. Ho said that th a noces slty of tlio ca!l arose from the condition of iiiuurs in, mo i,eiiign Valley. It wis evident that If pig Iron furnaces went on producing, ruin must result. lie suggosted the formation of an " Iron mongers' Exchange," a central body, with branches Ir. producing centres, 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. — 28 November 1874

Advertising Rntcs. We desire H to be afstlnetlr tfnde'rstood that no Advertisements wfll oe Inserted in ibh e61umns of Tbi Cahbox Advocat. that niifbe received from unknown parttesoru'rnis.unlcssttceonipa'nred with the Cam, The following art out oiuT termi t Advertisements for 1 rear, tier Inrh each Insertion , . . . 10 Cent. " Eli Slonths. per locheaeh Insertion 16 Cents, " Three ionth, " " 2u Cents. Less than lbreemonths,firitlniter- tlon $1, each subsequent Insertion 25 Centa II. V. liOHTllIMKn, Publisher. Jjj 11. SIEWICIIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OfrtriCEl Ground Floorlnthenew addition of the Mansion House, Manch Chunk, Ta. Business transacted In lingllsb and Herman. Conectlona promply made and Conveyancing neatly done. .-Settlement of liitatea. Proving Wills, ob tilnlog Letters or Admintstrattan.FillnirAccnun.'s, abd Orpbana' Conrt Practice carefully attended to. Licenses, Charters nnd Incorporation! procured, abd Criminal Cadet made a specialty. SATURDAY MOHNINQ, NOVEMBER 88, 1874. ...

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. — 28 November 1874

t- """ 1 "lt Jury Lilut. Tho following Is a' list of tlio Jurors tlrawu for the January Term, 1873. GRAND JURY. Jwls Ilorn, Franklin twp. William Philips, Banks twp. James Slid , Masoning twp; Joslnh Andres, East 1'cnn twp. Milton Lines, Mauch Chunk. George Steelier, LelildU twp. Chas. Carrol, Vhlgh twp. Charles S. Kuuklp, Kidder twn William Koncdy, Lausanne twp. Edward FaUit, Weatlierly bor. Benjamin Vcagor, MaUcli Chunk, T. N. Pattprsutr, Banks twp. , R. 76oIc," East Maxell Chunk. T. W..Stetferwalt, East Penn twp, William. Wagper, La1ghton bqr. William Afayby, Kidder' twp. Daniel Sliocli, Welsipoft bor. Peter .Jones, 'r.o.wamenslng twp. James Yenser, East Penn twp. AnlhonyMlller, -Banks twp. Daniel Faust,' Fackerit ?p, Thos. Kuehuer, E. Mauch Chunk, Benjamin Becker, Lehigh twp. ' Henry Kuiikle, Kidder twp. 'traverse jorors first vijmk. J. II. SmUli,' Mauch Chuiik. . Tlios. F. .Arner, Franklin twp. Andrew Barnesj Banks twp. ptoses' Ileilman.'Lehlghton bor. ' acob Buss, Nesnuehohlng...

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 December 1874

H. V. Mortiiimer, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live ana Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid iu Advance. VOL. ni., No. 3. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, FENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1874. Subscribers out of County, $1.20. CARDS. Furniture Warehouse. V. Bchwarti, Bank streot, dealer in all lindi qf Furniture. Cbffiptmadeto ordtr. . Uot ami Shoe Maker. Clinton nretney, in Lrran'n building. Uank street. All order! promptly filUdvmrk warranted. "W SI. IlAPSIlKIl, ATTORNEY AND COONSElLOll AT LAW, Ileal Estate and Collection A cency. W IU Buy and Bell Iltal Kutate. Conveyancing neatly done. Co), lectlona promptly made. Settling Kstates cf I)e eedent, a specialty. May be conaulted In trjKlUh and Uerman. "T. jn'o. d. iieh.toi.ette', attorney and coonsetioh at law Omce-Flivt Natlonal Bank,.Bulldlng,2nd Floor MAUCII CHUNK, I'tNNJ. Hay be conaulted In German. (apr 18, 1871 JJANIEI. KALBFCS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, SI audi Chunk, Fa. JlS-Ofllce, abOTeWon'a Jewofry.Blore, Broadway. J u. uiuau...

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. — 5 December 1874

Wat (Stortom flwwnfo. It. V. MORTIItMKIt, EDITOR. tniliailTO.V, I'A.: SATURDAY JIOllNINO. DKCEMBKU 8, 1S71. The Secretary of tho Treaiury lia3 directed the Assistant Treasurer at New York to sell $500,000 of gold cn each "Thursday during tho mouth of De cember. The aggregate amount to bo sold 13 $2,500,000. It Is asserted that Secretary BrMiw, In Ms. forthcoming report, will recoin ment that a day be definitely Bet by law of Congress when the resumption of specie payments shall take place, and ho Is In favor of the 1st ot January, 1870, as the day.. Work will bo resumed on Monday In the New Rail Mill of the Rensselaer Iron Works at Troy, N. Y., under tho old scale of employers' prices, which worklngmcn refused to accept at the time of tho late strike Thero ore uioro applicants for work than can bo fur nished with employment. The Concord (N. II.) Saving Bank suspended Tuesday, after paying out 3G0O.O0O to depositors, who havo been making a run on tho bank for some weeks. The trustees...

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 December 1874

Advertising Itntcs. We desire It to be distinctly understood that So Advertisements will be Inserted In the columns of TiltClBCOK Adtooitc that may be received from unknown parties orurms,unlcss accompanied with the Cisn. The following are our rmx terms : Advertisements for 1 year, per Inch each Insertion. . . . .10 Cents. " Pin Months. perlncheach Insertion 18 Cents. ' Three Months, " - 20 Cents. " Less than threementhsflrstlniier- tlon$l,each subeUeut Insertion 25 Cents II. V. MOHTIIIUKIt, Publisher. Ji II. S1KWI2US, ATTOHNEY AT LAW, OFFICE! Oround Floorlnlhenewaddl.'lonof tho Mansion House, Mauch Chunk, I'a. Itusineaa transacted In English and ermsn. Collections protnplj made and Conveyancing neatl;v done. eirtVtlkmerit of Kstatee. Proving IVllls, ob taining letters ofAdmlnltratum,Fllla( Account, and Orphans' Court Practice carefallyalte.nded to Licenses, Charters and Incorporation pnxured. and Criminal Cases made a specially. SATVIIDAY M0HNI?O, WCMIUKIl 5, J874. Local and Person...

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 December 1874

Drying up a Yuiiltoc. Kill you ever como across one of Iho pecullarOonnetlcut Yankees who would talk everlasting, guo3s ft moro thinks nnd ask moro questions than there Is Intfr on a cat's hack. I presume you have, but don't sup oso you over heard one dried up quick er and moro effectually than Dave Lar kip done It last Summer, whllo on the jvwd trom Snake River to Oak Hldgo iCcntro. Davo Larkin Is a stago driver, and )ias as much dry humor la his niako up as any ono you meet. The Yankee took an inside, scat at iho Falls, and having talked two of the passengers to sleep and tired out tbo third pno so that ho could not answer his questions, got upon tho outsido at tho I'o'-t Ofllco Station to take a rble with Larkin. For an hour his Incessant tonguo run like tfie need o of n sewing niacblnp, .and Dave being rather, slow at replies, tho Yankee had to answer moro than half of his own questions. At last tho stago driver, completely worn out with hU Insatiable gabble pointed to a neat lo...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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