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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 31 January 1874

u. v. nioRTuiMGR. IWlEIEMlEMT---6 tf lriE AUB TulET A"VTC 59 terms: Editor nnd Proprietor. jj jy.m. u.ijy.mi J. Jwi J. W JLwi .m..! .MJP JU.EiJ. JiJ. W J2i0 One Bollnr a Ymr In Art vmire VOL. II., No. 11. . LEUIGIITON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MOUNING, JANUAKY 31, 1874 SINGLE COPIES, TIIUEE CENTS ' " . if I ' " " " ' "" " ' I Letiighton Directory. Agent. M. C. Vredlrlrl, Sinner Swing Machine and In turan,net to K. II. Snyder', Hank street. Barber, Ejn. WIDDOS, Hair Cutting ami fflra living, under llcchnige Hotel, Bank street. lloot ami Shoe makers. Charles Yenser. ncnrl.v oppoiit e Iht postffice, Bank street', alto, dtalir in Omfictioncry. Clinton1 Ilrelnoy, in Leran't building, Bank street. All rmleri tiromvtlv .filled utork warranted. Confectioners. Hausman Kubnii, opposite Oberfs store, Bjnk iitreet. Alt ordertpromptly Jilted. lly Goods nml Groceries. Z. II. Long, opp. L. S. Depot, Bank ft., dealer in llardtnart, Qnemmare, Ladies' Drat Gmli, itt. 31. A. Bolts, Leuckere Blo...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 31 January 1874

II, V. MOIlTlliMl.R, lMIITOtt. I.UIIIQIITO.V, 1M.! SATU11DAY MOttXtXtl JANUAUY 31, 1671. Deal!) of cx-Clilcr Justice Thompson. A telegrnplilo dbpalch, dated Phila delphia, January 28, snyscx-Clilef .Jus tice James Thomr,son of tho Supieine Court of Peiinsj 'ivnnla fell tUnd In llio bu.ruic C'omt loom thU moinlng. IIu -.ins nigutiig befote the Court In I nuc in rt cata of Inx titles, niul hnil Ji'st closrd his speech. He had spoken but nbout Dvo minutes. The opposing lawyer had said that Judge Ehvell watt (i better Judge on tax titles than lie. Judge '1 honipson i-ald it was amusing tlial tin opposite counsel should icmarlc llilf, and tliin went onto lefcrtothe fact that tha: drcl.-slon was not mado by Iilii K'lf. IIu as going on with his argument, and was leaning over tlio table, when lie dropped down and died in five minutes. The Court luimedjatc )y adjourned. James Thompson was born In Mid. dlejex, Jules county, Fa.. Oct. 1,1800. IIu received a good education, nnd after leaving uc...

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. — 31 January 1874

Ail vert irilnpr Wntcs. W dortro It to be dlMlnelly umlemtwil that no Adrertlemnt win W Inserted In ttie colnmni of Tnipamivi tvocATi lhat may he recelted from unknown pjrtlviinr(lrm.wnlc(i"rnnipiinlii(l with the Cull. The t'llhwtm! arectironT terms t Adrerllemeritii Ibr 1 year, pr Inrli each Inewlloti 10 ' Fit Motitha per Inchoach Insertion 1or-.nt.. ' Thru- M"l th. " ' ' SUCvira. jJM linn ttiriH'WM'lli. fir"l lner- tlon Jl, each Milwe,uenl Infill'1" ESOnta. It. V. M'lUTIIISlKII, IV-lhlier. SATDnn,V-U)i:XIK6TTvMrAirY"317. Tioraiid Personal'. Sr-EciAi. Ntrricil. Those of our sub scribers rtcelvlng llii'ir paper with a cross upon llie corner near their nnnic, will tn fifty cmls advance In pilcoby remitting tlio dollar subscription nt onre. Our terms nre $1 In advance, or 1.B0 If not so inHl. Overcoats fro n $5.00 tu 13.00, nt Snyder & WI)U Velspoit. A bail habit to get lcto a coat that Is not paid for. Sheriff Urenelwr was In town on Monday last, ami smilingly looked In ipon us. ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 31 January 1874

TIio Stylo of UruciK. There are different Dtyles of drunk fnmss now In vogue, anil these tllfTer ont types generally bring out the pecu liar characteristic." of tlio.man. 'ino most foolish tiling n man can do Is to get drunk and nialco an exhibit of the passions within him. Tho Srst Is tho monkey drunk, no mokes all sorts of grimaces, cuts up "monkey shines" and leaps and dances, looking siUfas an upo. l'oor fellow, he lias his reward when he can excite tho laughter of his fellows. The second Is tto bear drunk. lie becomes 6ulky, growls, and mutters at everything and everybody. Sometimes hugs you with huge arms and paws. Looks sleepy, walks sluggish, and finally becomes bearish, and wants to tight. The third Is tiger drunk. Ho Is full of blood and thunder; can whip his way through a regiment of wild cats. Ills eyes flash vengeance, and ho wants to murder somebody, and then drinjj his blood, In order to satisfy his von geance. The poor fool generally ends up his drunk by going home 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. — 7 February 1874

ii. v. MonTiimr.u. I'.illtfoi' riii'O Proprietor. AMW MET MCVE.55 TI'.IIMS: Ono Dollar :i Vnnr In rtvni e VOL. ,11., No. J2. LEI1IGI1T0N, CAMION COUNTY, VENN 'A, SATURDAY MORNING, FEURUARY 7, 18T4 SINGLE COPIES. THREE CENTS MlBIBEMiEMrff - LIVE Lehighton Dirertory Aflrllt. W. r.VrellrM. Slngrr .Virfn.7 W.irJa'ne ""' 'lunmcclieid to f. II, S. t.l.r'si laiitMuH. : llnllirr. It. n. WIDDO?, SiariM, ,lti(r I'idUngtnd Warn-' ponivg, u. dir Jt.htnte II IlinU ftlff. Umll "Oil iline .ItnUirlt Charln. U-vcr. jwrj inmftr Ut it-t:j!'a, lljt.k .tre.'t;'alw, dtukrtn imfeilnnery'. CUimm Urniroi L"MH'tbuiWg, I k Mint. All vrdart )r.Mycii us.) 'A w if lui.t.if. Control Inner. Iausai.ii Kuhi a, iu.lletMert' Btt r., limit ttrtvl. .H urdvt ;m rl.tf .fiM- i Dry Cumin Hlttl Umct lies. z. ii. i.i.(ir. i ii. i . b- i''i"''i ' "i,k ,'" Hardware, turtrnwan, iMdit' Ortli (In!, tie. 31. A. I ellt, i.eii.k. 1 III", k. Hank st , 'rjl . Cnxxr.rl, gweuniMic III."!', O U"l' U. U. Snldaf. U'l'lt sire . lira 11,1 , X...

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 February 1874

If. V. MOriTIilHKR, ..... EDITOH. LEIIiaUTOX, PA.t JiATUr.DAY WORKING FKDRUAHT 7, 1S71. Kcmovnl! Our friends will pleaso tako notice that tho office of Tub Caiibon Advo cate will bo rt moved from Ha present location to tbe building nlmost directly opposite, beloncine to 1. S. Helntwl- man. Esn.. on or about tbo 1st of March next. (Jen. Cashing expects to start for Ills post of duty at Madrid on tho 22. Ho Is reported to bo putting a rod In pickle for somebody A Washington dispatch of tho 2d Inst. Fays, "the house by an overwhelming vote rrsolved to-day to practically re store the franking privilege by setting the 12th lust, as the day to consider a bill for that purpose, tho dead heading of letters is the only Improvement on the old swindling law. The salve that is intended to euro the wounded honor of every man who votes for this bill to revive dead head mall matter Is a pro vision to allow newspaper exchanges to be carried free. This will pleaso the cout.trv newspapers and excuse ...

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 February 1874

SATURDAY MORNINO, VEllKUAItY 7, 1674. Local and Personal. SrECiAL Notice. Those of our sub scribers receiving their paper with n cross upon the corner near their name, will save fifty cents ndvanco In pi Ice by remitting the dollar subscription nt once. Our terms ore $1 lu advance, or $1.50 It not so paid. "Avon" Abks: Would you pub lish any original sketch, without the name of the author ?' It Is a rule that the name of n writer always ac company the communication, not neces sarily for publication, but for our own satisfaction. Wo cannot, therefore, make any promise In regard to the pub Mention of an article or sketch until we have received and perused it. The name of a correspondent Is never di vulged It secrecy Is requested, but we have had correspondents In this village who have written, and Immediately the paper appeared, they have taken the paper In, hand, and pointing to their contribution, have publicly announced themselves the author. This wo can not help. If, then, ''Avon'...

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 February 1874

nozonai's. D.on't loaf n.lout thcstrect". nnd tie jiend cn tlin Lnid for your' "dully liicnil." He Isn't miming' 'ml" ' "Ali'jmt ftiing to niafcn n lln'lr ltd l.irc.'jitlkliis?'' m-kcd'a t lady of Iter gntdtiir. ''TtRiiil-fi tlu'tnV the duli'tc," atiswcicd tin' gaidlicr. "M'hy, It'll (iiltt' "fpell "'lr iif'lii'! groui'dl" ' Can't help It nil-p; 11 i'in' yoirpn' ordim. lie pfys l'.c'jl have It laid nut for In itlcultun , l ut fur litii landrj!" A clerk In n city book f 1ou, llilnl;. Ing to nncoy n Quaker rn-tutui r who looktd an- though In- was fiei-h fr in the cnuntiy, hondid lihn a'v(ilium', Miylng: "line Is nn excellent cs,iy en the rtarlrg of i nlvcs " 'Tin1 lad heller prcsxtit that to, lliy mollu r, ;oi.ng ir.an," was the ncutaluous tetoit nf the Quaker. The "our.cn of prevention woith n rnnrd of cure," wai;stilkliigly icvirscd tiy Hit! old lady, who nut lorg ago, In her ifrn.T)bulatlon coming upon n rail load track nta station, n-kid how soon the. next train wculd nss. On bein...

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 February 1874

Sarinm !3L if lit it t Slf P II. Y HIOKTIIIHirm IvtlMor mill Proprietor. Ti:it.iis.: One Dollar Vrnr In Aiivaurn "VOL. II., No. 13: LEI11GIIT0N, CAUBON COUNTY, PENLVA, SATUIIDAY MOUSING. FEURLT.UIY H. 1871 SLVOLE COPIES, T.IIKKB OE.VTS Lehightoiis Directory 'A gen I. W. C. Fre-tlrifl, Singer touting Machine and In c mranff.iieit to.K. II. SprdiT's, llaiilc street. Dnrtler, R..B, WIDBIS,- Staring, Hair, rutting and Sliam. r poking, ur,der.li-hantfe'Iliti.I. Hunk street. ' Hoot ami Sho Jllnktm. Gharlet 'tree! Yeuser nearly ipiiosite the leiil-njfac, Bank ;!4t; i&'ur in (imfrlWitn-yi llnton Bretney, in 'Zero'' building, Itank streiL .411 onerl promptly filled uxtrk-warranted. Confectioner. Hausman A Kitbnii, ophite 01 ert's strre, Dink street. Aliordertpromptlg .fillM, ' 'Dry'OoihU ami Ot uurrtt-Y. Z. It. lxmer'ppp.')..- 8. Deput, Hank sti 'tinier in Hardware, UuecnKurc, Ladies' Dress Gotls, tfc. 11. Jii Belts, lrtdck'eri Block. Il'a'nk al., Dry Gnnlt, Groceries, Queensware. iiirpe...

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 February 1874

t Sua , V. noilTHtMKK EBItOII. I.ElllOIITON, V.i SATURDAY MOHNINU miRUAtlY It, IUtitnVnlt Our friends will lKno take vrtlro that tlio onice of Tiffi Cakbos Abvo c tb will be ri moved from Its rresent location to Uie Wilding almost dlretly opposite, belonging to r. S. Helntzel man, Esq., on or about tlio 1st of March next. Missouri legislation Is saU to cost seven dollars a minute. The Southern lllriuileal SoIety U gathering the record of the lute civil war, In order that tho material may ho obtained for a Southern history of tlio struggle. The prndiicthm of coal on the Pacific cost is M Idly Increalnp. The Mount Diablo mines have averaged 175,000 tons a year for two years past, mid the lowest pi Ices are $0,23 for fine, $8,25 for coise. and Attorney .General Ti ftln r f M nsachu Bi tts advocates the abolition of the death penalty. Ho says that as the law now stands secret murder may have become one of the safest of crimes, and In his opinion the certainty of conviction of a crime pu...

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 February 1874

ArivertlitHfr nates. We desire It to be distinctly umlerstrml that ro AdtertlMmenls wilt be Inserted In the rntamni it, TCiqs Adtocatb that maybe recelred from unknown pirtllirflrin. onleMommpmlcKl with tieCatn. Ths blbwlns-ersoureirtT terms! -A-lTsrtlwmenti for 1 jer, per Inch each Insertion 10 Cents. Fl Months teer tiKheach Insertion 18 Outs. Three Months, " SO Crn. Less than Ihreemontlis, flrstlnser- tlon $1, each sutwe-iuent Insertion 6 Cents. It. V. MOUTH IM Kit, PoMljhrr. gATGKDAY MORNING, FEBhDAICV 11 1874: Local and Personal. Special Notick. Those or our sub scribers receiving tlielr paper with a cross upon the corner near their name, will save fifty cents advance in pi ice by remitting the dollar subscription at once. Our terms nre $1 In advance, or $1.50 If not so paid. Two to three degrees below, zero said the thermometer In this borough last Monday mornng. Christian Uoune, aged 13, was In stantly killed at MelUrt & Klmry's foundry, Reading, Mnm'ay, ly an Iron pipe wh...

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 February 1874

; TIlU XCXV IMPCllOIl IMW. ' The new bill, entitled "A further supplement to Hie net regulating elec tions In this commonwealth," as passed by the Legislature, was Blgncd by the Governor and Is now In force. As the law Is to regulate the election to come, off on the lClh of February, jt will bo necessary that (lectors should know what are Its vital provisions In order to vote Intelligently. Wo therefore give the following synopsis: Sec. 1 contains Instructions to asses sors alone. Sec. 2 provides for adding names by the county commissioners on the new list of assessment to the tax duplicate; instructs assesor" In regard to receiving applications of any one claiming the right to votej requires them to he present at the election place two secular days preceding the day of election for tin purpose of healing and acting upon tip plications concerning assessments. Sec. il cays that alter tl-e as-essuients have been completed rt the hixty-fiist day before the Tuesday next following thu d ...

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 February 1874

mmmmmi ""jjj"!!! I ,. H. I M I ll I I I II I MM I lim.l I fflll , I I M llll lllUll I tJjaMIMMIIWiIMWlMHIIJJlILlUUWIJIBIIII ll IMII., She fwiii ik M-g :M .... " ?'v:l':;,';..r. ixPEPEjypETVT"-" MvgAyii"MjE. ... ,,,, -g; ; ;,. -yoi.'. 'li.,i5So. 111. LEI1IGI1TON, CARBON COUNTY, PEWA, SATURDAY MOIttfLVG. FEBRUARY 21, 1874 sTn-OLE COIMES, TIIURR OBnTs LeTnnWri Directory n iV 1 d i 1 .Afcent. y?. p,;Fretlrlrl,- Singer, .lewing Machine and In luran,next to K. II. Snvder'a, ll.mk atreet. Unrlier, HH.WIDD1, Hiamg llitr Culling and Siam pntitfli aielef?tx'h.iiire Unlfl. Dtiik .lreet. Hoot mid Shor Alakrra. 'Cbarlea Yenaeri nAjf (J ijijtiiov the pottMce, Bank fclrwtf.attOfcaferin Otnectlonery. iCIInlon Itretney, fn Uilan'i building HnU afreet. .411 mdtri promptly JUlfdxoark K irrauted. , HiMifmaa'A Kuhnfi onpoaile Olwrfi atore, Dink atreet. Ml ordert promptly filleiLi Dryflonrta anil Groceries. Z. II. Long, opp. 1.. S. Depot, Hank ft., dmlcr in Hardware, Quceniipate, Ladiei Vrett Oaodi, ifc....

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 February 1874

t ( EIIITOK. LKIIIUIITON, I'A.! 8ATUIIDAV HOKNINU FKIIIIUARY SI, 1171 tumoral! Our friends will plea.o take entire tlint the office of The Camion Advo. cue will be n moved from lis irrfcnt location t thii building almost illrctty opposite, belonging to P. S. Ilelntzi-I-man, Esq., on or about tbo 1st of Mnrrb next. The expenses of the Territorial Government of Utah charged to the United States, Including salaries and legislative and contingent expense Tor the year 1873, amount, to $14,108; thosu of Colorado to (14,031, Recording to a report made to C'ongiens by the Secre tary of the Treasury. A bill has btcu Introduced Into the Maryland Legislature to encourage mi gration from Scotland to that State. The Commonwealth is to pay fifty-nine per cent, of the passage money, and the person desiring the cervices of the Im migrant forty-one per cent., and the Immigrant Is expected to sign a pledge to remain lu the State three years, and to give his note for the nassaee monev. payable In twel...

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 February 1874

tilvnrttalng RateH. We dxlr It lo lit dUtlnctly nnderetooH1 tht no 'MTertlwtaenia tlir Wlnnerted In the cclumni l TaiOiiao Aotooati that may be received from Boknewn partlMor!irie,'onloMllccmipanled with IheCian. Th tWIwlBKrnf O"1' termai AdTerttMmenU for 1 year, per Inch each inwtlon 10 Cent " Mi Month, per Inch each Inmtlon ISrWi. ' Three Montbt, " " ' !U Centa. J,eM than three months flrtlner. Hon $1, each aubaequent Insertion 54 Centi, 'II.' V. MOIITHIMKK; PuHlsher. ' PATUnDAY MOjtNINO. TEHKUAIiY 81, IS74. JLocal and Personal. Special ..Notice. Those of our sub scribers receiving their paper with a cross upon the corner near their name, vrlll fate fifty cents advance in pilce by remitting the dollar subscription at once. Our terms are f 1 In advance, or 3 1. 50 if not so paid. "B.W B"'vv1Il appear In our next. Allentonlans rejoice because they have elected a Good Mayor. Stokely having been elected "Mayor of Philadelphia, the gallant Col. M' Olure, the defeated candidate, Is shou...

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 February 1874

ln following I a list of Iho Grand a u .1 TMHiiHn lornM ilrnllfn .I t A mil tlVTOl, 18(4! onA'Ji) jonv. 3ihn Tlnrprr, Jlntirh Chunk bnrough David Griffith, T.iv.anienlnir twp . .1 W Helier'lne. Vauh CliuiiK iHirouli Levi llnrlly, MVntli'tly borough V W Uonl, Ucavrr 3Vadow James Turci'll, Urr twp Jacob ChrMmnn, Summit Hill ICeiibpn NffI, East Pcnii twp Thomas Kcuhner, "E Mauch Chunk Joslnli Heed, Welssport borough Jolin W Davli", Summit Hill J F Williams, llnnlis township Andrew Graver, YVels.sport Charles Carrol, Lausanne twp Clinrli'B l4ux, Lclduhton Imrtmgh Nathan lllmails Summit TI III Frederick Haitnian, Weatherly bor JI C McChlie, KesquHliinliiii Nehcinliih Enbi dy, M Chunk borough John Weir, Hanks township James D Amer, Summit Mill John llehter, St Chunk .bcriiugh John IlalllK't, L Towanifiislng TltAVF.IISE JUilT.-VIRST WKEE. I W Nyre, Summit 1111 Charles Fi Hz, XeMiuebotiliiR 'Itlchnrd Koons Iichlghton borough John Cot way, Mauch Chunk bor Lewis llorn, Fimikltii townlil AO li...

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 February 1874

it ii, v. niottTmniKit. i;llloi; nml Proprietor. T Kit .IIS: One nnllnr n Yrnr In Atlvnnce VOL. II., No. IB. LEniGIITON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1874 SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS Lehighton Directory. Agent. VT. C. Frellrld, Singer towing Machine and In. surar.ee. next to K. II. Border's, lUnk street. Uarljer1, R. B. VdDD03, Skating, iUii Cuttingand fflon. paging, under I XcliMiCT lintel, Pnok street. ISoot and Shoe Makers. Charles Yenner. nearly apposite the pmUiffict, Bank street; alia, dealer m Vaiiftcttomrji. , Clinton Ilretuoj, in Leran't building. Hank street. Jll ordtri promptly pied work warranted. Confectioner. JJauiman i Kubns, opposite OUrt's itore, Bank street. All orders pnmpllit fitted. Dry Goods and Urocrrlea. Z. II. I.oufC. cpp. I. 4 S. Depot, Hank St- dealer in Hardware, Qurtnsware, Ladies' Dretl Goods, te. It. A. Hells, Uuckefa Work. Hank H.,Dry Coodt, Groceriel, Quetntware. Carpets, Oil Cloths c tkol. E. II. Snyder, llmk street, Dry Gondt, N...

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 February 1874

ltuiToit. i,i:inoinox, i'A.: SATUlttUY MOKNlXtl I'KMIUAUY 23. 1S7I llctiinvul! Our friends will plcavj Inko iwtlco that tlio oftlce of Tub Caubox Advo c.Tii will bo n moved from lis present location to this building almost illio-tly opposite, belonging In 1 S. Helntzel man, Kso,., on or about tlio lit of March next. l ilnwimWllllIWHI'l.ll'M UillliaBi Tho woman's temperance movement which Is sweeping over tlio West pro mise1 to extend lis Influence to tho Mid dlo and Ka-tein States, and may result in urouslng n gencinl nintiifc.-t.itlon of vonccrii In regard to the evils of Inteir. 1'crance. The Feluunry nuiuUer of the Musical 'Globe, imbflshed by Clins. A. Atkln sou & Co., Llbcity street; Now Yorfei Is on our table. In addittnn to a largo nmoutitof choice reading matter, itcon tains a portrait of P.irepa llosa and live or six pieces of new and popular music. The. stib-ctlptinn price, is only $1.50 a year, nnd all lovers of music should send for it. Tho Metropolitan Catholic Tota...

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 February 1874

I AilvcrtlHln? nnton. yt deal It to be dWInePy unilefstord (hat no AdTMHMtoeotsw.il be Inserted In the columns j IiiiOardok ArrYOCiti that may he rereised from liD.Xnown'partles or Arms, unless aiwmpanled wllh th Cub. The following are our osti terms ! . Adtertlsementa for 1 year, per Inch each insertion 0 rents. BixMnnths.perliKtaeaeh Insertion 15 Cents, i Thrw Month, 2U Cents. Laathanlhreamonthflrstlneer- tlon $lt Mch subsequent Insertion IS Cents. It. V. M0KTI1IMKR, ruMlsher. 8ATTJRPAY MOP.NINO. FEIIKUAUY 83. 1874. Local and' Personal. Special Notice. Those of our sub. sctlbcrs receiving fhelr paper with a cross upon the comer near their name, will nave fifty cents advance In pileoby TomlttlDB the dollar subscription at once. Our terms aro $1 In advance, or 1.50;it not so paid. Wo, want more dwelling bouses in Lehlglton. Hardly a day passes but we have one or more persons ask us It we know of a house to let. It. F. nofford, County Superinten dent, will please accept our thanks fo...

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 February 1874

Current Ifcms. A trnct of land In Missouri contain ing 40,000 acres Ims been bought for a I'any of French emigrants, who ore about to settle there. The 1'xllnns have Invented a now mclhul if scalping vlcllms, Hothntnuw a bald headed man stands no mole show than any one else. This Is as It should be. A Bolutlon of ptitta nerohn In ether thrown on aclmrcoul or crayon drawing, In the share of spray, will soon form a transparent and durante coating which allows the dutt to be rubbed off occa sionally with a wet cloth without darn- glng the drawing. The President has ordered that the Court of Inquiry In the case of Gen. Howard becoinposcd ofGens. Sherman, McDowell, Pope, Meiegs, and Colt, MaJ. A. B. Gardner, Juilgo Advocate. The court will meet In Washington on the 3d of March hext. A MMsMppl paper fays: "Should this IS.-O10 of our paper fall in the way of the villain who defneed Admiral Sem. wee's book, the propeity of a citizen of this town, we say tlint no one but a liar and a Eticak ...

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