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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 27 December 1873

IllHillc toVEIEBEi 3P--- lilVK ASH MET LIVE." TERMS: One Dollar-a Year in Advance H, V. MORTOIMEIl. Editor and Proprietor. LEHIGHTOX, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 37, 1873. SINGLE COPIES, THREE .CENTS VOL. n., No. 6. Lehignton, Directory. Agent. W. Ci Frellrlc-1, Singer Sewing Machine and In. turance, next to E. 11. Snyder's,- Bank strset. Harder, n- Wld'do., Shaving, Uair Cutting and Sham. pooiiti man Exi-hange Hotel, Bunk street. IJoot and Shoe IIkri. Chsrles Yenser, nearly oppotiU the poit-ojpce, Bank etr.et; alia, dealer in Omectumery, Clinton Bretney, in Lnan't building, Bank street. All order! promptly JUUd work warranted. Confectioner!. Hansman A Kubns, opposite Obert's store, Bank" atreet. A U orderi promptly filled. Dry Ooodt and Groeerlee. Z. II. Long. opp. L. A S. Depot, Bank 'UjeaUrin Hardware, liueentware, Ladief Drat , Good,, t. IMA. BoltV, Leuckel'e Block; Bank It, Dry Goodt, OrKeria'Queeniware, Carpett, Oil Ootht A Coal. X. II. Snyder, Bank stree...

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. — 27 December 1873

EDITOR. LEHICUTON, PA-t SATURDAY MORSIXU BECKMBEIUT 1873 Farewell, Old Year. Another year lias nearly paert away, cartylng down with It to the sepulchre of year bright hopes "ami aspirations, ad trials and misfortune, unlookcd for successes and failures; all,- all sunk In .oblivion! Farewell, sunlit -paics, bright with, happy experience. Faro well, chueiiu'red mnmcnW, , hours and days, throuded with miblest memories. On (hv marbled vault Is written what lias been, and, saddc.t of all expres slons, what might have beeiu Tho squandered days ran slowly, Imper ceptibly, as tho sand glides from globe to globe in the hourglass; the last speck dropping ns tho solemn funeral toll will anno unco the departure forever of (lie year 1673, Wo lovo to treasuro up In memory'a.nooks the brleflcts of the past; and. oft wo tell of some green oasis In tha desert of life ; tell of tho cool lug draught from somo gushing rivulet, whoso Ilfe-lnsplrlng draught quickened, each pulso Into happier tono that p...

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. — 27 December 1873

Advertising Itntca. TV doitfrilt 9,U llstlootlr nniltntood Ibano .Adtwtliajiiftntf it 111 t Inlarttd la tb column! o T GaMVX ADTOCiTl that mi be rtcilr e4 from 'abknotni prtlMOrflrm,aolO!Hl!ccompanUa with ittU'Ctsa. Tat ftllawlaf r our cmi term i jHTriimit 1 Tr, par Inch each ' (nwrtlon ; t .... 10 Contf. g li.Month, pr Inch Mcb. luiartlon , 15 Cnt. " Tbrw Months, " ' W CanU. m Xuttintnrtmontha,flntli)wr- tloa $1, each Bnbaeqntnt Inurtton 25 Centi. U. V, MORTIIIMER, raUlihir. SATURDAY MORNINO, DBCEMDKIl 27, 1873. Local and Personal. No suspension of Tnn OxnnoN Ad vocate on account of the holidays. Our carrier boy, Harry, desires us to state to tho patrons of Tnc Caiwon Advocate that he will wait upon tlicm early on iVew Year's morning witli his first annual greetlug. The Lehlghton Academy will re open January Ctli. Tho Bethlehem Iron Works re sumed full operation last Monday morning. The new stack of the Lehigh Val ley Iron Company, at Coplay, will be put In blast soon after January...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 27 December 1873

I'rofcinor AgniiHlz. TIio news thai (ho eminent Professor Agasslz was seized with paralysis was received last week with the deepest re gret, and the tidings of his death, which occurred on Sunday evening last, will awaken tho most profound sorrow throughout tho country and tho world. As one ot tho foremost men of science of this, or any age, though a Swiss by birth, and nn American by adoption nnd citizenship, 1m was truly n cosmo polltnn In feeling, In character, and in reputation, and his loss Is a, calamity to the world at large. Being one of the most Indefatigable of workers, ae complltliiiig tho task of many ordinary men within a given space of time, he lias doubtless suffered from over-cxer-tlou. IIo was .attacked with paralysis early last week, and without any favor able change ho remained under the power of disease until Sunday evening, when he expired. Louis John Rudolph Agasslz was of French descent, his family having been one of those driven abroad by tho edict .of Nantes...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 3 January 1874

f,TYW-" lie . , " , . .. . i ii. l. lil.l in.i , .ass... rlUi-iii.. . I, iHtm. n .,. .....-ii...,, ..., i i ... , - ii... jJSsSs&sl ' iMii:piayiwi?---"iLyB jghijji mot live." ono nol, j; i., VOt. II., Wo. 7. LEU1GI1T0N, OA.UBON'' ICOUNTY PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, ' JANUARY 3, 1874. f SINGLE COPIES, THREE OEXTS. ' . i . , . ' I - !!-H i - , , Iiehighton Directory-1 Agent. VT.CTn Uriel, Singer Hewing llacfiine and In wrqwTOit to'EH. SnyftrA, "auk street? ! IJ. Wlddoa, aarinj, Hair Cutting and flom. ;oig, under Kzchan;o Hotel. Bank street. Hoot mid Shoe RIakeri, Charlen Yensor, nearly oppotite the poit-office, Bank street; aUo, dealer in Confectionery. Clinton Bretney, in Leran'l building, Hank street. Att ordtrl promptly filled work warrantid. Confectioner!. Hausman t Kutanl, oppoidte Olfe (tore, Bank atret. A U orden promptly JMed. i t-t'ry 5cimi Vtil"'Oroitrle'ii" Z. 11. Long, opp. L. A S. Depot, Bank st.. dealer in Hararequetnty:i).reiLadM'.Dreik Ppodid&r. H. A. Belli, Leuc...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 3 January 1874

V II. V. MOIITIllMKIt, LKIIIatlTO.N, rAJ BATUIIDAY MOllMNU JANUAUT S, 1871. The Jury In the case of Maggie Jor dan, chnrp.ed with assisting Sharkey to escape from the Tombs, In New York, were unablo to ague, and have been discharged. It Is understood that Minister Cash ing will offer Spain the good offlces of our government for th6 pacification of Cuba. Among the reforms suggested to that end will be tho abolition of sla very In the Autllles. He will also tie gotlato a new commercial treaty with Spain. . The examination of the Vlrglntus prisoners was concluded on Moudiiy evening, and they were then icleased and taken care of by their Cuban friends. Abcut thirty-live of them re trained In ehnrce of the Cuban Junta at New York. Th-y adnp'ted resolu tlons thanking Conimani'er Bralnu and the other (.Ulcers of the Juniata, and also resolved that they would attend the fum ral of Captain Braiue's child Knight, the engineer of ll.c Vlr- giiiius, Mates that the original sentence of the Vlrgl...

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 January 1874

I ArtvorllnlliB Unlcs. W4lra It to Vx dl-tlnctly undsratoMl that no A4rrttnient tll lw lnrtd In the columns of TmCitui .tvooatt that but U recalled from bVouwo parti. nrflrms.untewiM'cmiipanlcd wltli thtCtl. ThrulbUKrouromi terint AdmtlMtnenti for I yaar, prr Inch each Imrrtlon , . """ 41 Six Mouths per Inch aach lnsarllou 15 Vnt. TTbreoMoutbi, ' ' MCu's. than lbram"nth, Brat Inwir- tloo $1, oath Mlowu.unl tuKfrtlfiti 25 Ontr. II. V. M0IITII1MK1I, I'atllabrr. SATURDAY MORNING, J NUAUY3, 1874. Local and Personal. Candles, wholesale and retail, at Haufinnn & Kulnis'. It la rumored that there will be n taking on" of hands at the Packet ton -h6ps i-hortly. We lioj-o It Is to. This Is n pood time to subscribe for the Caubon Advocate. The price Is only tl per year In advance Try H I -Tho Reading Railroad Company announce ft dividend of 2 13 per cent. The Lehigh Valley Ral.road Com pany announces a quarterly dividend of 2 1.2 per cent., payable Jan. ID. A. semi-annual dividend of 4 per...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 3 January 1874

OmcludaJrm Pint Page. close to tlic grindstone, and thcro her daughters had relentlessly lield It, through all o( the loug years shine that llri-t tragedy. . Solomon' believed In progression. Her thought that, the sciences nilfcht. ,be bet ter understood; that new disciverles, were U) he made: ,tliat the ' Atlantic would bo crossed' In 4 a balloon; but Solomon's radicalism didn't Includo tin; coming woman. She was to bo what she had been from tho beginning. So he pooh-poohed tit his daughters' fann ing, not, believing. that nny' good thing should comn out of Kazaieth. It was nii,ui'hll road to those fivo dainty o'aughtcrs, of Solomon lUcmo. But in ono thing they resembled their i father. Tliey weios, obstinate, and when the,y learned blspredlqtlpu as to. their failure, they were qulto deter-' mined not to full.. They were up, early and worked lato.n Their strawberiles wero u success. Tiiey gave Employment to n number of girls In the village In gathering their small fruits, thus. rec...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 10 January 1874

twcme USrEPES'IES'T." MV3E AlSfJ LED LIVE." TERMS: One ttollnr a Yrnr In Advnnrn ii. v. nioBTiiiBinn. Editor and Proprietor. LEH1GIIT0N, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 10, 1874. SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS. vol. ii., No. o. Lenighton Directory. Agent. W.P. FrtllrIM, Singer w",';e.?"2n" Iniranct, next 1m k. II. Snyder', Ran: street. Hartier, B. CAMPED.', Mating. f.iirVvHiTWuntl Mam , Amd. r T i. hm ir. H"le1. !''" Boot and Shoe Maker. Charles Yenwr. nearly oppotite the poif-occ, Bank Mreet; also, dwitr in .Cbnectioncrif. Clinton Bretney, fn Iran's tmildinff, Bank atreet. C".",,c ,l.,n),i Mtcd-work warranted. Coiifeotlimere. AKulit.. opput-lleOberta llore, Bank onlertpriimrlly filled. . tr-et.' Dry Cootie antl Groceries 7 II Lf,nir,TP.L-S. Depot, luiik t; dealer in IlardZe. eenare, iVuaW Or,,, Good., te ll. A. Uelti, Leu. UP "'""o,?'': Groceries, Queentware. (Mrpett, Oil W ti Rnvdr. Buk street,-Ory , Aoi, Uriig and Uedlolnc. . , BuriiK.tl ilnorobu.e I'. ...Bank street...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 10 January 1874

to (Dnttoro gtecnto. H. V. JIORTIIIMK F.DlIOn. LUIIiailTO.V, 1'A.I fiATimDAY MOBN1NO JANUAKY 10, 1871. Hon. Coleb Cushtng, appointed by the President JJInister to Spain, vice Gen. Sickles, resigned, 1ms accepted, and his nomination Us been confirmed by the Senate. Attorney General Williams, In a let ter dated tho 8th Instant, withdraws from tho nomination to tho office of Chief Justice. No other nomination has yet been made by tho President. The N. Y. Sun wants to know whether It is "Just riglit to tax a poor man's tea, coffee and tobacco In order to pay Gen. Grant $50,000 a year In stead ot tho $25,000 for which lie agreed to servo the people?" , Ex-Sheilff llrenncn and, his deputy, Shields, of New Tork, have been found guilty of contempt In disobeying tho order of Court and allowing Henry W. Genet to escape from custody, and sen tenced to pny a fiife of $250 each and 30 days In the county jail. Tho pews In Plymouth Church (Henry Ward Heecher's) were sold on Monday evening last. Th...

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 January 1874

a, Advcrtlilnr; Ilatcs. We desire It to be dlstlnrlly understood that no Adrertlsementi will b Inserted In the columns (y TBI Cisco advocati that may be received from aasknown parties or Arms, unless accompanied with the Cash. The fallowing areouroiUT tennis Adrertlsements for 1 year, per Inch each Insertion 10 Cents. " fix Montha. per tncheacb Insertion IS Cents. ' Three Months, " " 2oCi'Uts. ' Less than throe months, Grstlnser- tlon$l, each subsequent Insertion 26 Cent. II. V. MOIlTIIlMKIt, Publisher, SATURDAY MOKNlhO, .1 AH'AUY loT"wl. Local and Personal. (fondles, wholesale and retail, at Hausraan & Kuhns'. Tno Governor's message was laid before the Senate and Iluuwi of Repro iscntativea on Tuesday last. The Indies of tlio First Prcsby iterlan church of Mnuch CluinK will give a dinner In Khoads' Hull on the 2Htof February. 1 he First National Bank of Mauch Chunk has declared a semi-annual divi dend of B per cent, payabb ou and after the lfitli inxt. This Is n good time to su...

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 January 1874

0 Ucntli'H DoIiibh in a Year. Jmoog the dead of tlio year T87R there Is a long procession of royal per sonages, most of them, Indeed, of the class whi(h the English wit denomi nated tuonarchs retired from business, but a few who yet held the sceptre. Of the lntter, Kins John I. of Saxony, and Sldi Maliuiui'd, Emperor of Morocco, uele the must noteworthy; while of the former there were the ex-Kmpctor of France, Louis Napoleon; the cx Fresldent of Venezuela, J. A. Pacz; the Dowacor Empress of Brazil, a grand-daughter of Josephine; the Howaeer Empress of Austria and her sister, the Queen Dowager of Prussia, the ex-Queen of Wurtemburg; the ex Duku of Brunswick, whose only aim -hi Ilfcwasto hoard diamonds; the Duke du Itlnnzaier, formerly King Consoitto the'cx-Oueen (Jhrlstlnaof Spain; Prince Adalbert, Lord High Admiral of the German Marine; Prince Maaslno of Italv. and tlio Princess Bismarck who, though not of royal blood, was of right royal nature Of eminent statesmen the loss has been...

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 January 1874

T 1 1 i T r ,, i . . t i I ,, I , ,, . K.tHor and Proprietor. JLX1 JJJJ. JJllAJXI J. MAM. W MA AJUy MAMAM. MAM. W JU. Ono Dollar a Year In Ad vane c ..-Ill .. I . .1 I III .11 I - II I. ..11.11 , , ,1 """ " " " . ' ,7.""" ' I - . M i) VOL. 'If., JTo. 0. ' LEIIIGIITON1, CARBON COUNTY, PEXNIA, SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 17, 1874. SINGLE COPIES, 'THREE CENTS Lehlghton Directory.,! m'n't' 1 Agent, , W.n.'Frollrlfl, Singrr feioing HaMnt and In turanct.iieiit.to t:. II. Surder's, llank.slrcrt, i lln-rlier, . It. B. WIDDOS, Siarivg, Hair Cutting and Sliam ,pooinij, under Kiclmige lintel. UhuI treel, Boot anil Slioe MiUer. Charles Ye'nser; nearly oppoiilt tin tml-ojjia, Bank street, alio, dealer m.CMlicd'muMi Clinton Bretnoy, in Ltvan'i building, Bank street. M order, primp UyJllUd-work warranted. Confectioners. Hansman 4 Kubns, opno.ll. Otert'e store, Bank street.- Ml ordtrt promptly fiUd. 1 ' Dry Goods ami Groceries. 2. II. Lone, opp. A S. Depot, Hank .dealer in Hardwire, queen,ware,Lad,e,...

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 January 1874

II. V. MOHTlttUKH emron. LKtllQIITO.V, l'A.i 8ATUI1DAT MOIlNINO JANUAIIY17 U71 . lion. Charles Albright, Congress man nt lane from tills Stale, will please accept our thanks for a copy if the Coneresolonal I)lre;tnry. The ful- lowing sketch of the honorable gentlo- man, taken from tlm Ulieclory, will i no doubt prove, Intercstlpg to a Inrgo number iber of our render: Charles Albright, of Mauch Chnn'.t, was born In Bo-kH county, IVnn-'jUrt-nla, December II). 1830; was "dlleated at Dickinson College; studied law nt Kheiisburp, Pennsylvania, nuil wan ad mitted to the bar In 1832; in 1K4 went to KnnsiH and participated In thu enrly stiuggles of the Teirltory for freedom; In 1850 returned to Ptntisylvnnla mid resumed llm piacllce of l iV at Mauch Chunk, whom lie. has slnco resided; In 1860 ho was a, delegate to tlm Itepuoil. can National Convention; entered the army In lBUS as Major of thu 182d Pennsylvania Volunteers; alter the batllo of Antletiim was uindo Lleulen ant Colonel; on rebrn...

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 January 1874

Advertising Rntctt. Wa delre It 10 be clIMI'nttlr.undaratooa tbt " Adrartltamanta will tw tnwrtad In tba column! of TaiCuioi sDTOCtta that mty b rwalTfd from unknown part!rtorBniii.unle!wniipiiled with tha Cam. Tha tblbwlnn ara our oLI tarma i Adrartliirntanta for 1 year, jwr Inch each lnrtlon. . . . . 'T " Mi Montha mi Inch aarh Intartlon ISOdit". Three Month, " " ' SOOn'a. L-m I hn three mnntlia, Oral Inwr- tlon $1, each mbMquent luiwllin CO Cmta. It. V, MOIITUIMKB, I'u'.lbher. to (Bartow tert. MTURIlsV VdKNINO. J4M'A"V IT 1874. Local and Personal. Tlie communications of "A i ax payer," nnd ' WMp-pmir-Wlll" are un avoidably crowde t out. They will tip pear In our next. linn. W. Klstner will plen-e rtccppt our thanks fora copy of Governor H.tr trantt's message. Wo have received a copy of the Public Ledger Almanac for 1374, which Is nent gratuitously to every subscriber to tlm Philadelphia' Public Ledger. Geo. W. Chllds, publisher. It Is Hlled with valuable statistics, nd matters of...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 17 January 1874

. j Fearing Jtobbcrs') Rev. Dr. Guthrie, n his outoblgra jihy, ho'W Ingress by" Bobett Carter & Brothers, tells the following rock slory of .thotlmo when he was; a banker In Brechin,- before he Lecnmo a settled pntor: r I spent) dri tho whole, n happy tlmo, In tlm bank, never feeling Its responsi bilities very' heavy" biH'0iiee7wlieh a circumstance occurred tlmt shows Into what mistakes we msy fall nnd how, careful we should bo.not to'rusii rashly Irtn unfavorable conclusions. Detained In the ofllce till midnight on one occasion, by press ot business) I was making my way to the. cottage In whlchrwe, 6pcnt tlie.sutnmertline, some two miles out ot town. It.wns nn ex ceedingly dark nlglit, but I was think ing of no danger, tbongh I carried tlie bank keys with me-, when I lieiird foot stepstbhhindi Not seeking a compan ion In Ilia circumstances, I put on Meant to shoot ahead, and became a llttleanx ious on .finding that as I quickened my pace so did ,ho .who followed .mo... I tried ...

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 January 1874

ii. y. nioitTiiiBiun. TTOOSPE AH) IYET liTVE.' terms: ttrtltoraiail Proprietor. MWMUM. M. .m.m. W AXH JJF JJJK. JiAV JU One Oollnr n Yfinr In Advnnro VOL. II., No. 10. ' LEIIIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, FENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 24, 1874. SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS 1 m,m. .- r M " .Lehighton - Directory. Agent. V. fLFrellrM, Wnew .Vrrfnr Machine and In turance.nnyo K. II. Snyder's, ltaiik street. llnrber, It. B. WIDD3S, Mating, Hair Cuttingand Sham p Ding, under Kciliiigo Hotel, Hank street. Iloot mill Shoe MitUeri. Charles Yeiuor. marly opimiU thcpoil-ojlce, Hank street! alia,dealer in confectionery. Clinton llretney, in Lrrm't huiliiing, Hank street. All mien nromvttu Med work wirruntcd. Confectioner!. TTausmao 4 Kuhns, opiMleOIrt,a (tore, U.mk street. All orderi promptly fitted. Dry Good and Grooerlei. Z. II. W. PW-" S. Hero, Hank St.. dealer in Hardware, Queemware, Ladiei Drill Goodi, dt. It. A. Holts, I.euckers Block. Hank tU Dry 6W. Grmriei, Quecniware. OxrU, Od CMAi d- Oat....

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 January 1874

KDl'TOR. LEIIIC1IITON-, PA SATUI1DAV MOHS'INU JANUATlYSl IS? t. Tlu que-tlon ol tin' right of the Sec retary of tlio Treasury to draw nn tlm 914,000,030 reserve been tlWcuised by tlio Comitdttce on Wnys nnd Means who havo agreed to pro-rut tlio subject Id tlm II oust) ami lmvo it settled there. Tliey will present a resolution, how ever, fixing h0 limit of the nntlonnl tender cm reiicy nt S100.000.000. This will prevent Iho covering Into lliu Treasury of nny of the $14,000,000 Ihat I.U3 been paid nut. A Washington dispatch of tlio 20th Inst, says: In the Supreme. Court to day, In the cao of Day ngt. Mlcon ct nl., the Court held that In the proceed ings In conlitcatlng thu property of Ju ('ah P. Benjamin, of Confederate noto riety, there was not sufficient notice to Mr. Benjamin' inottgagees, and tlierc (oro nlllim thu Judgment bclowsustaln lug thu tltlu of thu mortgagees ns against Day, thu purchaser, under the ptoceedlngs. In thu casu of Bongreo against John Slldell, also known In C...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 24 January 1874

Advertising Knlc. . We-!lri It to Iw distinctly uiiuVitfmd that no Advertisement will W Inierted In the cnlumni or THtCltoos adtooaTB Ihnt may he recelred from unknown partlinrfirm.untonwiipiinled llh .thoCAiit. Tnei)ilbwlnnreourosOT terms! .AdmUwmmt fir 1 year, per Inch each Inwrikin . . . . . J? ?" Six Mniitti.-rrlncheachlnrtlon ISduf. Three Wontht, ' ' Cell'". I.eM than threemmdhs BridtnMr- tlon $t,acb mWigent Insertion IS Cents. .It. Jf.-MOIlflUMMt, I'utllsher. 8ATUK1HY MtntNINO. .IM1AUV2, 1874. lralTandPersonaL Spixial Notice. Those of our sub sciU'crs ti v Ivlng their paper with a cross ii irn I hi' comer nt'iir their onini', will save lllty ctnls advance In pi Ice by remitting tlia dollar subscription int onee. Our trims are 1 111 advance, or $1.50 If not so lnltl. Ladles' slippers 2 cents) a pair nt iSnyder & Wi Is', Welssport. Rev. A. F. Leopold, of Welssport, on Tuesday last, In coming down the embankment from Iho bridge to tho track of the Lehigh Valley Itnllniad, fel...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 24 January 1874

Cmdudtd frim Aril togr. nnd nt Mrs. McIIume's bidding tat down by bis side. "It's ChrlMmas Evp, you know," said Mlsey to licr with ouo of Ills old tlmo nods. Mamie could restrain her (self no longer. "ClnUtmns gilt, BlllyP' satd slip, suddpnly drawing lirr hand from be hind her, and throwing the scarlet tip pet over Ids bead. "1 knit it' all my self." Mlsey, In his (Surprise, started up from his pillow, forgetting the doctor's injunction, nnd his sister folded It about bis neck. Never before had so great n pleasure come to Mlsey. "l rackeo I" was his 0110 exclamation. He lay back ob his pillow for a mo ment, choking the scarlet wool with Ids bmall, pallid band, and then sud denly recalling his thoughts pointing tuvMtid the trre, mill to his hlstcr; ' Do you tee them skates? They're yourn. .Merry Christinas I" Tho tall doctor, standing nt a little distance, beard him. "Do you want them ?" said he, coming up to Mlsey. Misey nodded. Tnu doctor put them In his hand'aud he passed them to...

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