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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 12 December 1874

' H. V. MoimiiMEit, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT " Live and Let Live." ' S1.06 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. m., No. 4. LEHIGnTON, CARBON COUNTY, rENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1874 Subscribers out of County, $1.20. CARDS. Furniture Varrhouse. T ftehwirU. Rank .treet, dealer in all lindt of Furniture. 'CaJJlntmad'to order, ltoat and Sho Makers. Clinton nrettiey, in Leva? building, Hank street. ASardtrM promptly JllUa- vmrk warranted. ry m. UAPSliKii, ATTOnNKV AND COUNSELLOR IT LAW, 111 a Br set, LtwuiiTOK. Pa. Real Fstateeotl Oullrctlon Airency. Will nuvand Ball Hial folate. Conveyancing neatly done. Col tactions promptly made- Settling Ki-tates of De cedent, a rpecfeitty. May bo consulted In Krtgllfch aod German. Nor. 3. J NO. D. UEUTOLETTE, ATTORNEY AND OUNSKLLOIl AT LAW Oirics Flrit National Hank Bull at, 2nd Floor ItAUCII CHUNK, Psxxi. Hay be conaultrd In German. anr 1, 1874 JJANIKL, ICALDPCS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSlULOlt AT LAW, Mauch Chunk, Fa. .Ea-Offlre. above Dolon'a Jewel...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 12 December 1874

11. V. MOIITMKKII EDITOR; I.KIIIGIITON, PA.! MATUROAr MOIlNINtt HCOKMnKK 13. I87. Rra Cornell, founder of Cornell Unl- .vernlty. tiled Wednesday at Itltac, N. Coiutnaiider CUslilug, who led tlio at- Incfc'Mi the t ulul lam Alboiiiuilo, Is In -line. J2r. Wtljtlit preaeiitert ft bilt In the Iiouhj. Tuesday. providing for tlio re- ilictlon of the President's salary to S23-000. The First National llauk of Wash ington, 1). 0'., being part ot tlio estate tif Jay Cooko tfi Co., was sold nt alio- tlon Wednesday. It brought tW.OOO. Mr. Meyers, of Pennsylvania, has introduced n bill In Congress providing (or tlio restoration of tltu tcp .per .cent, sluty on certain manufactures of cot ton, wool, Iron, paper, glass, leather, Ac. A dispatch has been received at the Smlthsoiian Institution from the obser vatory nt Greenwich, announcing thHt the telescope and nilcrometrlcnl .ob servations of the Transit of Venus at Cairo and Suez, and the photopraphlc observntlbns at Thebes were "perfect fully su...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 12 December 1874

AdvcrtlNlii? nates. ., IV desire It to bo distinctly understood that no Advertisements will be Inserted In th column! of TBlCmBOK ADTocaTi that may ba recolted from unknown parties or flrm,untcas accompanied with Aba C8B. The rollowlng areouroiuiterrnsi Jadrertteement, for 1 year, per.lpeh each Insertion.. .. . .. 10 Cents. " Bli Months, prfrilncheach Insertion 16 Cents. " TbrwMontba," ' " BO Cents. Lena than threeranntlia, flratlnser- tloo 1, each subsequent ilosartlon 25 Cent a dl. iV. JIQRTItKUKU, Publisher. ATiTOItNRY AT LAW, CHOICE I (Ground Floonln the now addition of the ftlanstotl House, Mauch Chunk, l'a. Business Araneaeled iln nir,Ilsa,and German. Coilectlona $romply rnade and ConTeyancing neatly-done. JOrPettlement of Katatea. Proving 'Willi, ob' ftatnlnjci Letters orAdmlnlstratlon,Flllnii Accoums, and Orphan' Court, Practice carefulljr attended to. Xtcenses, Charters and Incorporations procured, iand Crlniloal Caaes made a specialty. 8ATURDAY MOKN1NG, DhCEMliEK 1.2. 187,...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 12 December 1874

t Almost a Tinged j About ten days ago a joungnmn or prepossessing appearance wade tlie nc ,uliitance of a lady in ChiikIimi, who is the Diiillicr of several children, niul .wlin, until (ho advent of the tnndeil" Don Juan, lived very happily with a de voted liu-tmnd. Tlie peisonal nttrac llnns of tlio youiid Pliilaili-phlnn proved stronger than her fidelity to her spouse, mid Ht last, yielding to Ills solicitation, the left limbs lid and rhlldrcn.nnd came to this city, where her paramour found n quiet boarding-homo, in which she would, as lie fondly hoped, be safe from pursuit. Had ho taken equal pains to conceal himself the result might have been different. Jle however, engaged a room at the Metchants' Hotel, on 4th street, only seeing Ids Inamorata at rare Intervals, Lus evening two young, well-dressed, and evidently cultuted ladles, who afterwards proved to u) the sisters of the frail wife and mother, en ter r) the Merchants' Hotel ami Inquir ed for the young jentlenian alluded t...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 19 December 1874

(Mum H. V. MoHTHiUEB, Proprietor. 1 'INtiEPENDEHT " Live aild Let Live." N Sl.OO a Year if Paid in Advance. . 1 1 VOL. III., No. 5. LEIIIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 10, 1874. Subscribers out of County, $1.20. CARDS. Furniture IVarrlmuae. V.8cb.artt Bank street, oMrrOi alt kindt of furniture. Cofjintmadeto order Do.t iml Mine Makrri, Clinton Bretney, in Levnn't building. Hank street. A II ordert promptly filing vmrk warranted. CJJ M. RAPSIIISK, ATTORN EY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Bank 8Tir.T,LtniaHT0Si, Pi. RealEstateand Collection Agency. Will Iluyand Sell Rml Estate. Conveyancing neatly done. Co. lections prompllv mado. fettling Estates of De cedent, a specialty. Hay be consulted In English andUeimttn. Nov. 22. JNO. D. IlEllTOIjETTIC, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Orrici-Flnt National Dank Dull ng, 2nd Floor MAUCIl CHUNK, riHiu. Hay he consulted In Ccrman. apr lit, 1874 J-jANlKI. ICAL.UFUS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Manoli Chunk, Pa. 4W0fflce.'alioB...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 19 December 1874

Wit fetow fb&mnti. H. V. MOUTHIMIilt, EDITOR. LKIIiailXONt l'A.! SATURDAY MOKNtNU DECIiMBKR 19, 1871. Two burglars wero stot .Monday morning at Hay Ridge, Long Inland, mul one of them confessed before lie died llmt hu was tho abductor of Char lie Ituss, but lio did not stnte thu where abouts of tlui boy. At Quebec Tuesday morning tlio thermometer was twenty degrees below zero; In Montreal fourteen bolowj at Owen Sound., Godcrlcli, and other out lying points ot Ontario, twonty below, end. nt Toronto, four below. The. cotton crop of 1874 Is estimated, from the returns to tho Department of Agriculture, at somewhat moro than 3,000,000 bales. Tho reports from tho growers aro almost unanimous In stilt ing that thu proportion of Hut to seed Is large. Tho Longshoremen's Association of Moboken, numbering live hundred and eighty men, lias desolved, and Its mem bers are now freo to get work where they can. Tho money In their Treasury, $0000, has been distributed among the, men. A defalcati...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 19 December 1874

The nieutil Day. What shall HttlnchiMron brine On Christmas Day, on Christmas Day ? What shall llttlo children bring On Christinas Day In tho morning? Tbls shall llttlo children bring On Christmas Day, on Christmas My, Love and Joy for Chrl-t their king. On Christmas Day in tho morning? What shall llttlo children sing On Christmas Day. on Christmas Day? What shall llttlo children sing Ott Christmas Day In thu morning ? This grand old carol shall they sing On Christmas Day, on Christmas Day j With all their hearts, their offering bring On Christmas Day In tho mornlng,- For flirlsfWBsboni In Betlilclicrn On Christmas Day onniristtnas Dayj ForChrhV was born in Bethlehem On Clirlstm&s Day In the morning. "And all tho bells on earth shall ring on Christmas Hay, on i hrlstmas Duy, And all tho bolls on earth shall ring. On Uiristmaa Day In tho morning. "And all tho angles In heavpn shall sing on tliristmnsl uy, on Christmas Dny, And all tho ang cs In heaven shall sing On Christmas Day ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 19 December 1874

A Woman tunt Could Iio De pended on. A certain lodgo of tlio Independent Older of Odd Fellows, (wo will not give thonaino or number) determined to havo their lodge room dona up clean and nice. It was resolved unanlmous ly that Mrs. K., should ho employed to do the jnh. ylfter the meeting ndjourn ed, tho Guardian, who knew the in qiilsltlve character of Mrs. K., procur ed n billy goat and placed him In n clos et that wan kept as a reservoir for the secret things, lie then Informed tho woman of tho wishes of the lodge, and requested her to como early tho next morning, and he would then show her what was and what was not to be dono. Morning came, and with It mndam K,, with her broom, brushes, pall?, &c. , and found theGuardlan waiting for her. "Now, madam,'' he said, "I will tell what wo want done, and how we want to employ you. Tho brothers said It was difficult to get anybody to do tho job and not bo meddling with tho se crets In tho closet; wo have lostthe key, and cannot find I...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 26 December 1874

' . H. V. MoRTiiiMEii, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance VOL. III., No. o. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, DEOEMHER 23, 1871. Subscribers out of Comity, SI. 20. CARDS. Vnrnltiirc Varrlione. T. Bchwarti, lltiik street, dealer in all Until if Furniture Ogfjlnimnd'tn older. Hoot fillil Slion Mker. Clinton Brolhey, in Lrran't building. Hank street. All orders iiromptlyjlllm-uiork warranted. yjrj M. KAPSIIISll, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, HANK STREET, liEHIUMTU.l. IA. irteal Estate and Collection Agency. Will Iluyand Sell Itial Estate. Conveyancing neatly done, l.ol lections promptly made. Settling Estate of Ie .cedent, a specialty. Slay be cou.ulted In English aand German. Nov. 22. JKO. D. BEKTULETTK, ATTORNEY AND OlDNSHLl.Olt AT. LAW Or-IC-Flrst National Dank null eg, 2nd Fiocr MAUCH CIIUNIC, Ptsm. May ho consulted In German, apr IB, 1671 QAK1ICI. KALIll'US, ATTORNEY AND COUNSV.LLOIt AT LAV, Jlnucll Chunk, Pa. JttS-Olnc...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 26 December 1874

Jw-(Environ SitHwivU, It. V. MORTItlMlin, I'.MTOIS, t.r.maiiTON', pa.s 9TUItDVV MOIti'tN'il b iOISVMKU 21, 1871. A MERRY CHRISTMAS. In order to allow our em uloyeus an opportunity to enjoy themselves during the. Jiolidays wo publish tlio ad vocate this week ono day earlier, and propose not to issue any paper next week. The next issue will bo Satur day, January 8th, 1 875. Wo wish ono and all of pur pat rons a Merry Christmas and A HAPPY HEW YEAR. T,ho IIouso Appropriation Committee have reported . bill appropriating $30,. QQO (or defraying Uie expense of enter taining the King of Sandwich Islands. Better to liavu appropriated the saiiie amount for the relief of the poor unem ployed citizens nf tlio rountry. Mr. Emeg introduced In tlio House of Representatives, on Jouday lat, n bill which proposes to repeal nil taxes nnd stamp duties imposed by the Inter nal revenue laws, except such as relato .to distilled spirits, fermented liquor. tobacco, snuff, clears; to increase the tax on dis...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 26 December 1874

AlvcrtUlii ItatrH. We dCMre It to be ll)lnctljp umlerntnod Hut no Adf ertlement will le Inwrted In the column of Tm Cutox Adtocaii that may be recelred from unknown parties orflrmi,unlcriMnmrnled " the Cisu. The followlou arecuf oNlt terms! AdTertletnenl for 1 year, per Inrh eadi " Insertion . ' . . 10 Centn. " Sl Month, per Incheacta Inwrtlon ISCent. " Three Mtintha, " 2U Centa. " Leas than threemnntli,flrllnaer- tlou $1) eafh ubeo.uent Itiaeltlon 25 Cents II. V. MOUTH I i Kit, I'ut.Ilaber. JJJ 11. SIEW13IIS, ATTOItNKY AT LAW, OFFICE: Ground Floor In the new nddl ion of the Mansion House, JIauch Chunk, l'a. llualneta transacted In Knjtllsh and Herman. Collection promply made and Conveyancing neatly done. 153-Betlleintntof Estates. rroelng Wills, ob talnlnit Letters of Administration, r'llliu AcP"un.a, and Orphans' Court l'rietlee carefullattended to, Lleenses, Cbarlers and Incorpnrnllona procured, and Crlmlual Oiiaee uiaite a enMcitlly. iw (Mum Axmx 8ATUHDA V UOJlNlJiO, 1)1 CI.MDF....

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 26 December 1874

All BUccllnff Siec:li. "A speech, n speech from Wilton I" cried tlie thoughtless follows, "He can't ihal:o n speech on cold wntrr. I defy him," eaij 0110 of their mi tuber. ".My friends" began Wilton. "Hear, heart he's really In for It .now," riled a youne man, whoso flush il checks pave pitiful signs of his devo tion to the bottle. '"Wilton Is on his leet." Tho corarado they railed Wilton was a youmg man, somo twenty-three years of ago. Upon his face, within his eyes, .a settled melaiielinly rested. Ills man .ncrs were as grave as thojo of an old man. Ho was often called "Wilton tho .steady," on accouut of his quiet cdher enco topilnclple. Tho head partner In thefirmln whoso employ lllon was gave a great party once a year, Mid It was to this gather ing Wilton had been persuaded to come. In vain his companlpns tempted htm .with tho wlno that flowed freely. Tho "firm" considered themselves "hrUtlnns, ns, Indeed, did the world geneifilly. They gavo largely to char ities and to their c...

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. — 9 January 1875

H. V. Mouthimku, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT Live and Let Live." $1.00 .1 Year if Paid in Advance VOL. III.,'.No. 7. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1875. Subscribers out of County, $1.20. CARDS. furniture Vrcliniie. Y. Fchw arti, tlmk street, dealer in all ktndi of Furniture. Caffintmnltti) order. Doit mnd,lioe"jlaUers. Clinton Ilretney, in r.ut' buibling. Hank street. All order vninwlly.HII'n- vmrk wnmnltd. M. UAPSHEU, ATTORNEY AND COUNBBI.LOU -T LAW, UASX STREET, LtllicHITOS. I1. Real tstateand Coln-cHoii Aeciic). MM lluyand Sell K.l Estate. Convevaiidiiit neatly done. I ol lections pn.uii.lly made. rettllliB Ulatea .f cedent, a specialty. May be consulted In Lngllsli andUeimaa. ;"'l i' JNO. D. UEIITOL.ETTE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT;i.AW OrncE-First National Dank null ns, 2nd Flocr maucu chunk, rtsnt. Hay be consulted In Oprmrn. npr 1B' 1871 qanikLkalukus, attohnky and couxsni.lor at law, Maucli ChiiiiU, I'a. 43-Offlre. above Defou'a Jewelry S lore, B...

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. — 9 January 1875

II. V. MOKTII1MKK, MillKlllTO.V, 1'A.: UTTK1)AV MOKVNd' JANUAItY C, 1875, Jefferson Davis la said to be danger ini sly 111 at Ills home In Tennessee. (It'll. Phil. Slierliiau qays the white leaguers of the S utli should bu declar ed banditti, mistreated as uoli, Tlio amount re.OUei by tlio. salo ot liows In plymouth, (Ueecher's) Ohurcli, mi Tuesday evening last was J.70.U11), last year only J50,lll0 was realised. Owing to tlio dlfllculllus lu the coal rcglons.nU the shops of the Philadel phia and nuading llallroad Co., nlonjj tlio routoof tlio road, suspended opera tions 0,1) Tuesday last. Included lu the suspension aro car r-hops, rolling mills, Machine shops, foundries &a. Qcrrpt Smith, ot Peterb'jro', New York, was suddenly stricken with apo plexy and paralysis at tho house of one of lilt friends in the city of New York on the day after Christinas and died Monday afternoon, 27th ult.,at two o' clock. Ho was seventy-eight years of nee. Tlio Pennsylvania Legislature met pn Tues...

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. — 9 January 1875

Advertising nates Yfe desire It to bo distinctly understood thai n0 Advertlsementa will be InArted In the columns of Th Cubos Adtocati that may bo received from unknowD partlesor firms, unless accompanied with theCiSH. The following are our osit terms! Advertisements fori year, per Inch each Insertion . . . 10 Cents. " Bli Months,perlncheachlnsertlon lftCents. " Threo Months, ' 20 Cents. Less than throe months, firitlnser- tlou $1, each subsequent Insertion 2o Cents II. V. MOHTIUMKIt, Publisher. Jl K. SlISWHUS, DISTRICT ATTORNEY A C0UN8EL0H AT LAW Oirict , No. Mansion House, .MAUCH CHUNK, FA. Settling Estatci, Filing Accounts and Orphans' Court Practice a specialty. Trial of Causes carefully attended to Legal transactions lu hnRllsb and Oerinan. JnnO. to taton Mxmti. 8ATUIU1AY M0I1.NINO, JANUAKY D. 1875. Local and Personal. Special Notice. Those of our sub Rcrlbcrs receiving their paper with a cross upon the corner near tliclr name, will 6avo Dfty cents advance in pi Ice by remittin...

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. — 9 January 1875

CONCLUDED FIMMt FIIIST PAGE anil scarcely crediting his senses, lie mndu CIIIHa repent lior words. You shall nut lie. n beuirar. Cllma while these stiong tirms nro frte! mid Frank Dwluht. 'Go, nml tell Willed hirlo all tlmt you have heard, mid say that I will stand In thudock when the court opens to-uioirow.' Ills lait words were addiesscd to the man, who bowed nml turned away leaving (hem alone. .On Him morrow Frank Dnlglit would be arraigned for forgery, and (roin the clutches ot the, law thero seemed no es cape,, Our hero's trial opened In the pres ence of n crowded eourt.and progressed apldly and with damaging certainly against liltn. Ills enemies were Jubll nut, Ills f i lends correspondingly cast don n, and the prosecution was conduct ul with a verdlctlveness that elicited much comment. Mr. Caviller Lords swore positively .that the. person who presented the for ged paper was Frank Dwlulit. lie ad mitted, under the ilgorotis cros-exnmi. nation nf.the defense, Hint the banking ....

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. — 16 January 1875

H. V. Moutiiimer, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." Si. 00 a Year if Paid in Advance. vol. in.. No. 8. LEIIIGIITON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1875. Subscribers out of County, $1.20. CARDS. Furniture IVarrhnliae. V. Schw srti, Bank street, dniltrin all kind) of Furniure. otjjiet ssnue to oratr. Ilont anil Shoe (linkers. Clinton llretney, in Levari building. Hnk street, A U ordert promptly filted-vm-k warranted. yjy m. nxrsincii, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOP. AT LAW, Dink Shut, Leiiiuhton, a. Real Estateand Collection Agency. Will Buyand -b.m n..i put,j.. tionrevanclinr ueatlv done. Col lections promptly made. Settling Estates of De cedent, a specialty way ue cuubuiimu m hiiki". ,aid Uerman. yov.22. p J. SIEEHAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 4, Dolon'l Block, JIACOU CHUNK, TA. OS-Can bo consulted in German. JanO. T IIOMAS 8. DKCK, JUSTICE OF THE TEACE, (JANE Street, LEMOIiTOtr, l-a. Conveyancing, Collecting and all business con nected with tile oflice promptly...

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. — 16 January 1875

. i:ditu:. I.KIIigilTON. I'.: SMUUDAY MOKX'NU JAMJAHY 10, 1875. Tlie Secretary of Jlio Ticnuiry ostl mntm tin- ili'Iloli'linlftf 111 tilt! apprnpil.i tloiw f.ir IV (ical yew -ending JunoO) next nt S83;.U5I On Tuesday next Hi.o Democratic memVrs ot .our Statu Li-glslatiire are to cbo ifu a U. S. Senium'. It loom ns ns If Wallace, nf OleiirfleM. would be the.suyb.slfit mall. The public debt Mati-iiivtit for the unuth of December shows that Ihe debt of the UtiltMil States dii the '.list of ceniber was:. 2BO,y3S,(i3a.tt5 -iti-.il in treasury. StaS.M!), 31.1(1 debt less cali 111 treasury, 52,U2,!iM.aOJ 05, bi- Iiijj nn liu rca-e l f;i,0.VJ,0UJ.'!8 dining jtlio moiitli of December. A dcpntj constable- appointed to lool; Into tin1 condition of tlio factory chil drcn of Massachusetts has undo a ie v.irt to Ihe G ivotuor. lie says 1'h-i u !ire 00,000 child, en in that Statu glow 1 ii up In lunoiance, In I'nUM'i ii'iicu of their employment at too e-n.y a'1 aU1! and loo exclusively In Ihe Inut...

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. — 16 January 1875

Atlvcrllslns KntoM. Wodolre It to bo tllilbiiMly iiiitW'ttoil lliit fr AdrerH'enimt" will I. Inserted In I lit i-i.bimli' of TllCWiov .DroctTt Hint mil l ret-olinl frntu unkti'iv'n rartl'.rfiriii anlc'vniip.itilil Hli theCifll. Tliriilbln1ritret,lirisl.T Ifriiisi Adfertlwineiilf furl lor, l Inrh vvh liwrllnu . . . .Iflfintf. " Six .Month prr Inchentli limrtloii '6 Out". " Tlimt Mimtlir, '" " 1 liil C. n . Liwlli" lliwtiii.iitli,nfialiiMM" tlUU VHCIl utseUfttt IllKlll'-M CGCfhlH II. V, MiJIirillMI'.ll, IMUL-litr. JjJ 11. fcJICU'IIU.S, DISTII1CI ATT0UN1AA poCNJCLOU .AT LAW OrrKC, No. 2, Slanslt n Hume, MAVJVII CHUNK. r. BeltllnjIMltt. Fitlni? Ait-utnilii mill Or taint.' Cturt 1'ntctli-Bii il'tji'lulty Trlnl ot Caum- t-im-lully nlii-t-dtil to Jrs.t trnl niitltn Ju I tiiilMi ami ili-riiuni. Jo'-I to totem gtonvb SAHllllAVirNIMi. .'A.Nt Al 10 II.". Local and Personal. SrF.ciAL Js'otici:. Those of imr -nu-BCilbers itctlvliig their paper with a cross upon the coiner in ni- their iniiiii', ...

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. — 16 January 1875

raill.i:"!- ' " " " "m.t-'ij.. m. Humorous. Aa Irtshmm, linvlng returned from Ms tinvcls gallantly compared Ills land--lady lo Vesuvius, because ''she was a linn old crater." In Chicago, the other night, a man heat Ms wife with nn old shoo because the would not go down -dalrs and find n burglar. Served her right. What Is n wife for, anyway? Au ambitious tit. Louis girl has got tier, name in tho papers by shaving un til -die has raited a moustache, on her upper lip. The papers out that wnjf appear to feol very big about tt,altliough we don't see why they should. We know any number of girls hero In Le hlgliton who havo had moustaches on their lips, and yet wo never saw any. thing about It In tho dally journals. However, there may be a difference n the cases. Tho moustaches wero on the lips of young men at tho same time they woro on the lips of f-Iie gir)s. Oh, twollpsl . A retired clergyman eends us an ac count of a little affair that happened in Ids place. It appears that there was a...

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