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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 27 February 1875

INDEPENDENT" Live ana Let Live." SI. 00 ii Tear if Paid in Advance. yoii. in., No. w. LEII1GHTON, CARHON COUKTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1875. Subscribers out of County, $1.20. H. V. Mortiiimeb, Proprietor. CARDS. Furniture 'Warehouse. V. Behwartx, Hank street, dealerin all kindt of lirniturt. Cyflnl made to order. Hoot nnil Slioo Mnkers. .Clinton Bretney, in Ltvan building. Hank street. Ml orders promptly fUUd work warranltd. -yy PI. IIAPSIIEU, ATTORNEY AND COUNSET.LOn AT LAW, Bisk Steiit, Liniontox, Pa. RealEstateand Collection Agency. Will Iluyand Bell lUnl Estate'. Conveyancing neatly done. Col lections promptly made. Settling Estates of De cedent, a. specialty. May bo consulted In English ,nd (lennan. Xor.Zl. p J.JIliEIlAIV, ATTOKNEV AT LAW, No. 4, Dolon's Block, MAUCII CHUNK, PA. E Jt3rCan be consulted In German. janO. T IIOJ1AS S. HECK, JUSTICE OF TUB PEACH, BANK Street, LEHiaiIT,0, Ta. Conveyancing, Collecting and all business con nected with the ollice prompt...

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 February 1875

KDITOU l.milfltlTON, I'A.i BATUIIIUY MUKNIMl VKIIUUAKT ! 187.", Not oiio Gulllcicnl reason, says the New Yorl: Sun, Is to bo found In the repot t of the Secretary of Iho Treasury nr in tliu statement of Hi c ehr.innan of thu ways and means commlttco,lo Justi fy tho inonstcroua demand for forty jnillions of now taxes, which Is now made almost on tho cvo of tho adjourn ment of Congress. At a lime when overy interest h suffering, mid industry li prostrate boyoud miy former experi ence, It is d'jliberalely proposed to lay a tax which Is eijual to one duller per head for every man, woman and child jn the United States white and black without tho least show (if necessity. It is alleged as an excuso fur this nicasurci that the sinking fund is in urrcaru, and the public credit will suffer If that de ficit Is not inado good. This U what Mr. Dawes has told thu Jluut-u and thu country. Mr. E. II. Kobeits, after 10 vislug all the estimates from customs, internal luvonue, ami miscellaneous nourc...

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 February 1875

ArtvcrtlHliig Kates. We desire It to bo distinctly understood that so Adrertlsomenta will bo Inserted in the columns of Tni Oinoos Auvocati that may Via rccelrod from unknown r.ortlesorflrms,unlcss accompanied with (he CiBil. Tho allowing are our OSIT terms i AdTOrtlsetnonts for 1 year, per loch each Insertion . . . 10 Cents. " Bit Months, per Inchcschlnsertlon 15 Cent. " Threo Months, " " ' 20 Cents. ' LoRflthan threemonths,urstlnser- tlon $1, each subsequent Insertion 25 Cents II. V. MOKTlIIMllIt, Publisher. -J7 11. SllSWIiltS, DISTRICT AITOltNEY 4 COUNSELOa AT LAW Office, No, 2, Mansion House, MAUCU CHUNK, rA. Bottling Xstatcf, filing Accounts and Orphans Court Fractlco n specialty. Trial of Causes carefully attended to. Legal transactions In Kngllsh and Qerman. janO. 8ATDRDAV MORNING, FKIUtUAUY 27, 1875 Local and Personal. Hats nnd caps all styles and prices ntT. D. Clauss'. Tho next regular meeting ol Lo lilgh nook & Ladder Co., will bo held on Monday ovcnIng,'March 1st, In...

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. — 27 February 1875

or Jurors for March Term, 1SW. oiUNii jenr. Stephen Boyer, r,ower Towamcnsinc. ""Jacob S. Hawk, Kidder. ' ' II. F. Freeman, Wcathclry. 'Evnn J. Dcvan, Uniikft. r Sam. Greenzwelg, Towamcnsln. John Henry, Summit Hill. : Georgo Gayliir, Weatherly. Frailcls Stockcr, Lehighton. Alex Miller, Summit Hill. ' Franklin Sliultz, Lehighton, John Green, Mauch Chunk. I). G. Esser, Mauch Ohunk. W. V. Irwin, Banks. Moses Ilollenback, Summit Hill. John Fenstermaclicr,' Lehighton. Francis Werner, Kidder. B. F. Gould, Kidder. JV. D. Cortrlght, Maucli Chunk. Gabriel Miller) Lausanne. ' 1 John W. Watt, Summit Hill. E. T. Hoover, Beaver Meadow. Owen Lerch L. Towamenslng. Frauds Kindt, Lower Towamenslng. James Brown, Franklin. ' TItAVEnEE JOJiOKS FIRST WEEK. Alex. Stout, Frahli'lin. 6I111011 Beckhard, E.tst .Mauch Chunk. Cornelius Zelgcnfuss, Kidder. August'Walk, Franklin. Jacob Hettinger, Lehigh. Neal Manelus. East Mauch Cliuuk. Win. Spencer, Lausauue. Thomas John, Banks. N. C. Strohl, Lower Towamenslng....

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. — 6 March 1875

H. V. Mortiiimer, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Lot Live." Sl-OO a Year if Vaid in Advance. VOIi. HI., No. 16. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, TENK'A, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 0, 1875 Subscribers out of County, $1.20. CARDS. furniture 'Warehouse. V.diwarti,nank atreot, dealt rin all kindt of Furniture. Ooffml malt to order. Hoot nmOthoe Makers. Clinton Bretney, in Leran't building. Bank street. All orders promptly filltd work warranttd. PI. IlAPSIIEll, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Heal Estate and Collection Agency. Wilt nuyand Sell Real Estate. Conveyancing neatly done. Col lections promptly made. Settling Estates i of De cedent, a specialty. May be consulted In fcngllsh and Herman. Nov. 82. p J.JIKEIUX, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 4, Dolon's Block, MAUCII CHUNK, PA.' 4j-Cn boconsulted In Herman. JanO. IJIIIOJIAS 8. BECK, JUSTICE OP THE PEACE, BANK Street, LKI11QIIT0N, Pa. Conveyancing, Collecting and all business con nected with tbe.offico promptly attended to. VAient lor first-class Insu...

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. — 6 March 1875

II. VJIIOUTIIIMEIC, KUITOll, MlllKlliTON, I'A.l HATUIIDAV MOUIJINII MAUCH 0, t8T6. Thu member df tho 43d Congress "stepped down and out" at 12 o'clock jil, on Thursday last. C. Ben. Johnson wrolo Dan's history soiuo Hum ago. It Is not necessary for us to repeat It. lie, no doubt, had tho pleasure of lionising It at tho tlino. Again w nsk tho County Comnijs blouers why they paid nud tho Auditors why they allowed tho payment of tho public money for advertising dono In a paper not printed within tho county limits? Tho official who ordered tho publication should have becn.niado to pay (ho bill out of his prlvato purse. Tho Secretary of tho Treasury, 'Monday, March 1, Issued n coll foY tho icdemptlon of $5,000,001) of 5-P.O bonds of 1802, to bo paid on tho "1st day of Juno, at tbo United Status Treasury, at which dato Interest will ccaso. All tho amount called is In coupon bonds: $50-No. 8331 to No. 10000, both in clutlve; $100-No. 23101 to No. 27000, both Inclusive; $300 No. 11101 to No...

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. — 6 March 1875

1 Advertising Ilntcs. We doslre It to.lie distinctly un derstooil that no Advertisements Mill be Inserted In tbe columns of 1m Cikbon Advocati that may be received from unknown partlesor firms, unless accompanied with the Oasn. She following are our ostT terms t Advertisements for 1 year, per Inch each Insertion , . . 10 Cents. ' SlxMonths.nerlucheachlnsertlon ISCeuts. Throe Months, " " ' 20 Cents. 11 Lessthan threemontli,flrstlnser- tlon Jl, each subsequent Instrtlon 55 Cents II. V. MORTIIIMM;, Publisher. JJJ II. SIKWKIIS, DLSTMCT ATTORNEY 4 COUNSELOR AT LAW Offics, No. 2, Mansion Hoasc, MAUCU CHUNK, PA. Settling Estates, riling Accounts and Orphans Court Practice a specialty. Trial of Causes carefully attended to. Legal transactions In English and (1 erman, JanO. Wit dmUn fhftmtftb SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 0, 1875 Local and Personal. A. O. K. of M. C. meets to-night (Saturday), nt 7 o'clock, In llcber's Hall. Ucoa hand. St. Patrick's day Wednesday, 17th Inst. An Immense assortment ...

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. — 6 March 1875

CONTINUED FROM flllST rAOE. floor, still murmuring faintly, 'Fiilmcnl dear Fulmou, wait for mu J loye ou.' When Ralph swallqwcd tho contents of tho phial, lio expsctcd to wako In tho other world. ID) was mistaken; jtl;o phial contained only a narcotle-, and lio was very much astoulshcd on .opening Ills jpyes to And himself In bud, and to see Uio sun shining through tho curtained windows. A lady Rat by tho bedside It was Fulraen. No longer tho pale, sad Fulineu, with livid Hps and form cnveleped In a winding-sheet; but Fulmen, fresh, radiant, Joyous, In tho samo costume which she wore at tho fancy ball. Tho reader will understand tho ex planation of All tills moro readily than tho young carl, whoso head was still somewhat confused from tho effects of tho narcotic. Tho young girl had put the cudden passion of her hall -room lover to tho test; and, with somo diffi culty clio pursuaded her fond old father .and her cousin Ile.rmlulo to lend them selves to tho mlstlflcatlon. A Ilttlo In g...

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. — 13 March 1875

H. V. Mortiiimeb, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT-" Live and Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. in., No. IB. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, FENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1875 Subscribers out of Comity, $1.20. CARDS. Furniture Warehouse. V.chirtt,Bnk'lHrt,!rti all kindi cf Furniture, cttffint made to order. Boot Mill Shoe Maker. Clinton Bretnsj, in Leran't building. nnk straw. Allordtri promptly fltUd-vmrk warrant!. w, M. RAFBHER, ATTORNEY AND C0UNSBU.OR AT LAW, 1)151 BTSIIT, KEUiuoiun, I a. IlMlEUtnd Collection Ai-cney. Will Rujrand 6(11 Rl Estite. OonrejantlnR ncstlr done. Col. leetloni promptly tanie. Battling ltte; of De cedent, a specialty. May bo consulted In Knclhh nd,arman. Jjp jr. 5IEEHAN, .ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 4, Dolon'a nlock, MAUCH CHUNK, PA. 49-Can be consulted In flermsn. fjanO. 4JIHOJ1AS 8. DECK, JCSTICE OF THE PEACE, DANK Street, LKIIIOUTON, Pa. Conreyanclngi Collecting; and all business con nected tilth the office promptly attpndod to. Ae'-Afceut lor first-cla...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 13 March 1875

ii. v. MonTiiiMim nuton. WiiTtUIITOS, i'A.S SATUIIDAY JlOUNtNll MAKCIt U. laW. MTrl . msrma IV IIT"""'"'JCT'"j,t" mi iIiHT Under the section of thu now U Cut tin; resumption of hpcclo payments lt reeling tho retirement o oulstRiKling cal tenders amounting to clotty per ccut. of tlio uatlonal bank notes Issued until tho wltolo volume of legal tendeis Is reduced to $300,000,000, Secretary iiristow will sliortly direct tlio retire inentof abo-.it $1,230,000 of legal ten lera, or eighty per' cent, of tlio amount of national bank notes already Issued under tlio provisions of this law. Thosa legal tenders will bo taken from tlie cash In tlio Treasury, cancelled, mid burned by tlio proper officer of tlio de partment. Mrs. Ann Carroll FiUhugh Smith, tho widow of tlio lato Gorrlt Smitlylled nt retcrboro', on Saturday, surround ed by her Children, grandchildren, and other relatives. It will bo remembered that In December last Mrs. Smith was spending soiuo tlrao in New York for medical treatme...

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. — 13 March 1875

Advertising Rutcs. , We Jculro It to bo distinctly unilcrttcoutba 1 110 AdrrUseniontvWjlJ.be lnBortod intho'colunvnaof jrHiCUiunsi Adtooiii tbAt mny.hu rciJT'Unf" unknown parllesorurmB, unless nceorupaalod wfth tlio Cash. Tho following are our osit terms I Advertisement for I year, per Inch bach limwtlon . . . . tOOntn. " Slx.SI(inthi.perlocheaehlDertlon 1ICentf. " Thrt-eMontha," " 2UC-nt. 'Lew than threomontli,flrtlnFer tlou$l,eaehaubmxnicnt InHoitlon 2.1 Cants II. V. SIOKTHIMKIt, I'nUlsbrr. JjJ 11. SIKWIillS, DI6TR1CL' ATTOIINETA COCNB!!I.bU AT LAW Or'ict, No, 2, Mansion IIouso, MAUCII CUUNK, PA. Bottling Estate, Filing Accounts anil Orfhins Court VrwUco A specialty. , Trial of CnUKD rarofully 'attended to. Legal tranpnctlons In Kn&llsh andOorinan. jntiO. SATURDAY' MORNINQ, MARCH 13, 1875 Local and Personal. St. Fatricjc'u ,Day next Wednes day. fur letter from "Bon.iEhlettlo" wlll'appear next week. , Hon. Charles Albright will pleaso accept our tlmiks for Congressional 'docume...

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. — 13 March 1875

A Just Retribution. The other day a, well-dressed Rtranger, carrying a hnnc! valle, called Into a life Insurance offlco and Inquired If the Agent was In. The agent camw for ward, rubbing his hands, and tliu stranger asked : ''Do jou take Ufa Insurance risks hero J" "Ye?, sir, glad to pee you, sir sit down, sir," replied the agent, "What do ynu think of life Insur ance, anyway?" Inquired tho stranger as he sat down and took off his hat, "It's a national blessing, sir an In stitution which U looked upon with sovereign favor by every enlightened man apd woman In America." "That's what I have always thought,' answered the man. "Does your com pany pay lu losses promptly 1" "Yes, sir yes, sir. If you were In. uured wth me, and you should die to night, I'd hand your wife a check within a week." "Couldn't ask far anything bettor than that." "No, sir no, sir. The motto of our company Is, 'Prompt pay and honorable dealing I" "How much will a $5,000 policy cost?" inquired tho stranger after a ...

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. — 20 March 1875

lie (f actum .it. ! '" i H'j -'V. v. INDEPENDENT" Live atid Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. . IL Vi MoRTHiMEBj Proprietor.', vhttai, vto. i7. - - v . CARDS. Wuthonu. V. Schwarti. Hank itreet, dcaJerfrt' U Wndl of An(lure. ..Cbf rjl Wdtto orgy- , , , , o;'.Ji. Vf Bhn Makers: Clinton Bretner, to' 6uW(nc. Bank itreet. "ttortert priipHJUUd-lc warranted. . UAPBIIKn, VW..VS - 'K A. aWrnkt 'And counsellor At, law, R..1 Bitat.and UollectM Agency. Win Buyana o.ll tt..l May U eootalted In Ingllih V- Not. 22. ceaeni, a .pecja.y, aa4 German.- J) J.MEEIIAX, ATT0RNET AtiWWji , Ma 4, Dokra'i Block,- MAUCllbmiNK; VI, WCi be conauUod'lhRerman. IJan. fTIIIOMAS s BKCIC, A. 'jrjsTicior j:UE peace. BANB Street, LEUiaUTOK, Pa. nactediwlUi the otIVe promptly BtUnded to. '." ... ... Ii... inmr.nea Comnanle. Conreyaliclng, collecting ana ""'""- v .idnwfabf all klDda Uen on tha moit liberal urn . i TNO. D. nKn.TOi.s:TTB, l ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW ntHtliTTnt KatimalnV Bull , 2nd Floor JB UA...

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. — 20 March 1875

11. V. MOKTIItMHIt, KDITOR? I.KllKJMTON. t'A.I SATURDAY MOUNINU MAKCII 80, A long Winter and backward Spring (nEfcF6jiroffavo"addM'fffiErGutfW-' two' shillings,- twenty.ulhO,.tO flfty-olght,, cents of our curreucy,) to tbe natter of wheat, or say on tijo average flvo ccuts per bushel. This riso bosalready begun to bo felt. In n01ilcaco, ondvU ovtfr thoVest, and glcu a firmer .louu busines , ' ' iii commcntln'fToa the eagerness' of ex-members of Congress U) obtain g6v orumeut offices, tbe Phlla'dcilpbla'Lcdgef bays: ''Who c'hn'fai'l tosoo In'thlsdo jionJoncorupon tho profits of politics,' b wen elcctod to 'legislate for forty umlI6iis tf 'pcopld. tho explanation of much of tlio wretched work done, and' Omission's ot good- work that opglit to bave been done-, byJheFortyithlrd Con-' gress audits immedlate'prodecessoni?'J , A despa'.cU from Topeka, Kansasi (jays: "Hbt),tamoust$7,Q00 wilch,oyn Senator Forfteroy gayo.to State Senator iork, In.tbo Senatorial caucus.of 1873; and which. has ...

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. — 20 March 1875

Advertising RiUcn. f i W deir It JUtUfM7 unjlrtfa ul no i)JirUm!Bt be Inserted Jn Um olamfu njf Tj5iiu)iv)Af.Tp?iiv,tht,i3',.flTefnIt unknown paJlesprflrms,unlciBenipanled with tuOAin.'hlotag:itnOTM(lta! AsVerfisenjentttor 1 ylarpef inch each Insartktt .i"''s' . , iJOCenli. " Six MoBthB,perincheachnsertlou 1S Cent". ' rthrepiMtliS,,r " i'-i, io Cents. -AlX-eM rban three raoutfi, flriltuw-sV tlon $1, each eubseiiuentnsertloa 25 Cents J H. V. MORTlttMBlt, PuMlsher. -OS MSTRIOT" AtTOKNEY 4 b6lNSEL0B. A UAW Ofhci, No, 2, Mansion Housa, , tiJiAucn.cuuNK, pa. BjttllnglEiUl.iilloe Acfpunta and Orpfcsns transacUons In English and.Oerman. 1Jsn9, EATORDAY MORNING, MARCH20, 1875 vEocarahd Persona?' Court commences Monday i next. Friday. ,March,2QrGood.Friday. ' M feqmlayt Mareui,2fi, .Easter ,6unday, ,. Slatlngtont has a borough debt 8.443.80.' The Hon. ,0. R. Buckalew will future' practice law In Wilkesbarro -J Troilt41aliJnf can' bo legally indnl g&injroriandafterthestOt'Aprill The men ,...

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. — 20 March 1875

A Danbury Flslicrnmn. Bailey, who I still traveling In Eti.. rope, bag discovered that Aberdeen Inn great plaeo for flih, nnd writes to his paper In the following strain: Aberdeen. U largely Interested In fisheries, a fart that Is Impressed upon the visitor very soon after bis ar rival. But to see the fisheries In their full extent he must go down to thn wa ter. In the sensnn tho flh nelchbor hood h a busy and loiid-smelllng place. It take great Interest In eueh matters. We are always tho mot concerned abont that which wo understand tho least. Besides, I like to see fish caught In quantities, a pleasure I was denied when I was a fisherman; and, again, I am Interested In knowing how enor mous quantities of fish are handled without smothering tho neighbors. When I was n boy I was passionately fond of flshtnsr, and havo frequently sat for hours at n time on n damp bank wait-" Ine for a bite. About sundown I could be seen approaching home with ft' very' depressed and elck-looking fish o...

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. — 27 March 1875

INDEPENDENT-" Live ana Let Live." H. MoRTniMEE, Proprietor. Si. 00 n Year if Paid in Advance. Voh. JJl., No. is,, ui sg, CARDS. v Fnrnlinrs Vnrehotne. iV.Belwsrti.Bank street, deaUr in all kinit V jjutpiurt CoJJIntinadeto ordtr. i ill I "t t i , '';'' floot nnd Shoe Maker, KSllnlon Bretneyi n Livan't tutldxng, llank street. All OrilTt promptly JUltd work tvarrdnted. jl. ltAPSIIBB., AWORNfcY ANP.C0tWBBI.LOH AT .L, .LA?V, iynd BaltJltal Katate. .ConTeyancIn neatly done. Co. iZlUfc plains made Selling Estate, of De , 4.nt.lPcUlty. Meybonsultedh,Kns:llAh p , MEEII ANj ATI.O.I.NET AT tAW, 1 Ko.4,Dolon'sIIloek, , ' MAUCII CHUNK. PA. c L -CnWonittted In Oorman. fJanS. rUll)MA8 8. DECK, JUSTICE OF TUB PEACE, BANK Street, LBUlOniON, P. Conveyancing, Collecting and H business con netted with the ofllce promptly attended to. JSST-Ajteut lor first-class Insurance Companies, !Bd Illiks pr,U kinds taken on the most liberal terms. Jan. 9, 1876. JKO. D. BKIIT01.B1TTE, ATTOBNKY AND COn.NSF.LL0R AT L...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 27 March 1875

Wis (Cm'hon gtttwnto. iTTv, MuitTiitMi:ic, " '. '. ,' "mi 1 to It. i.uiiuiinTiN, pa.! SMUIIDAY MOHMNII MAItUIt 2T, IM1. Civil Rights bill, lias coiuu home to 1 1 113 United States Senate In nil un expected niauncr, anys a teecnt Wftsh Ington dt-patch to tliti N. Y. bun. At. tarhed to Hit) chamber for tho uso of the members ts h Brat-claus barber shop, i tlio artists In which are paid t-y tho Government and provided rat Its ex ('penso with, an exquisite stock of tollut articles, liruce. new colored Sen; aUi from Mlsslselntil. who Is a Cnii- blooded negro, availed himself of this tonsorlal,perq,ulslt tlio second, day after he waspworn In, and has been since then an occupant pf one, f0 tho chairs for at least an hourciory day. As soon n ho nrrlvas In tho .morning ho has his hair nicely curled by his colored frlonds, and Delate ho leaves in tlio af ternoon he gets fixed up aealn for din . ner. Somonf'tho more fastidious Sena tors who vetted tho place few mom Ings aco were astounded at 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. — 27 March 1875

Advertising RntcRV ' ;Veli)lre Y o,b distln.et)y vnaerstooil that no lldj"? njyntt X''Ui Inserted In, tbo .columns of JHSjJfBy .AhYOCAjs that'may VajewlTH from anknown psrtlesor'flrms, unless accompanied with ! t$jsro, ins ronowing are our oji.t terming XdrMttfeen(l for iear. per Inch each' - ' -. ' i In Pa Insertion 10 Cent. Six Month Innths.ver Incheach Insertion 15 Cents. el'L.is-hsp tbeollisflreCtner;; XT i V tlon$lf each subseaueot Insertion 25 Cents h. v.MouTiniSr.hrj'ubiishcf. 'ISTnifcT'ATT01lNHt' COUNSELOR' AT LAW 'a. I '' 1 ' Orrtci, No. 2, Mansion .House, ( jIAUCU CUONK,PA. SettHng EitatifeJPlllug Awounta and iOrpMns .Court rraetlce tpeclalty.. ' , . Trial of Cau4fl cnMfuliy aliened to. Ie41 ttrabntonlniBatllthHfdtraiaa. JanO. n& i -""ju ' Society 'ftleojlngs. IfriiiRO OasTU, No. 13, A Q, K,tJ rmM,Cj2i)d -. "ana 4th Monday ot each month, Id Krbere ' 3lla7l.' Lehlghlou, at 70- o'cloOrr St. Tercy German, 8. It, OS 6. It. Qllham, S. K. K. 3. MjsttWUitttts' Umi.Uo.m,0. ?.'...

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. — 27 March 1875

Paragraphic. An executive office thhanginan's. Common pleas pleaso shut the .door, Tlie tcalo of good-breeding 11 na turnl. A poor relationtelling an anec dote badly. Carpets nr,o bought by tho yard, and worn by the foot, Wasting swpctness putting yp.ur arm about a pretty wumap. 4,3 you cannotavoldyour own cptu ijany make It as good as possible. Instead of saying "look up." the exan exclaims: "See hyar, old fel low!" ' Habit Is a cabltt. Every day we .weavo a thread, and qoop wo cannot break it. Mrs. Beecher is an nwful homely jworuan, but then her bread Is never lcavy. - It is the high prtcoof slato pencils that Is driving the;saloon-keepers to the jiqor.hoaso. Mrs. Gubbins says her husband Is like u tallojv candle: he always will moko when he goes out. Twptjilngslri this world that should not bo trilled with a woman's opinion, and tho business end of a wasp. "May heaven bless and keep you from your own truo love, Benjamin Ilerrlck," was the way tho letter ended. "Teeth In exchange...

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