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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 5 May 1877

concluded FHOM FIRST PAGE. Kobody has spoken to me o since" " Poor child I" repeated the old wo man ; " tell me your troutiles. It'U cnn your heart, perhaps." Thus encouraged, Iietla took heart and went throujh her story, not with out many tears. The old woman cried with her. "Tint they should want to tako your baby from you that darling baby ! I don't wond'er you felt heart broken. And so you thought the Lord had for saken you ? Ah, you'll know Mm better when you've lived ns long as me, poor ehlld I" " Tes, aunty, I was wrong ; but I felt so discoursed. I thought I had so many friends ; but when the time of trouble came " Cella's voice faltered. The old worn an lay silent, stroking the hand she held In hers. "And you want us to advise you ?" nhn Rnlil at Inst. "Yes, I thought you might hear of something I couldBdo. ,-1 don't sew nicely. I'm very sorry about that. But If there's anything else " "Poor dear lady I To think of Toun having to work for a living I Why, you look as If a br...

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. — 12 May 1877

INDEPENDENT- Live and Let Live." H. V. MoethimeII, Proprietor. $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. LEniGIITON, CARBON COlJNTr, rENN'A, SATURDAY MOKNING, MAY 12, 1877. VOL. V.,Ko: 24. Subscribers out of County, $1.20 CARDS. Frtrnltrtro Wnrehomt, Y.Seowarii.Tiank.treet.ckalirfii all kindt qf 'JTurnlture. CoJflnmadtto order. Boot huiI Shoe, Mnlceri. CHattmT!rtri.j K Lemtn'i titMing, Bank itreet. Mr4crtpnmptt)fiUei-V!Ork warranted. Jt r.XONGSTItEET, ATTORNEY AT LAW, It ext door to ths " Cartoninonso.' BAT& STREET, tBttianT6N. PA. Deo tabor 16-om. SI. KAPS1IKU, ATlORfTRt. AND. CODNSELLOTl AT LAW, Kl KlUU and Collection Agency. Will Bur and Sail Rt.l Kstate. Conveyancing neatly done Col. l.atlani promptly made. Settling Estates or Be '..J.nta a apeclalty. May be conaulted In KnIlsh aid cJ.rman. Net. 22. S.IX. STXICTIIKIIS, ATTpntflfiT AT LAW, . fly Office : 21 Boor of Rhoad'tiUall, illaucli Chutyk, Pa. All bUilneu .strutted io blta "will be promptly attended to. May 27, ly. JJANIKL. ICAL...

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 May 1877

lie fc&on gtaartf. 11. v. Mor.Tni.uEu, .... editor LUII1QEIT0N. I'A.t IUTCRDAV MORNING, MAT 12, IS77. Speaking of ho candidates for the Speakership a Washington correspond ent says that Garfield U tho brainiest man of tlio lot; Cox the readiest; Ran dall tho likeliest; Foster the solidcst, and cither Blackburn or Springer tho worst. The Centennial Hoard of Finance Iravo paid Into tho Treasury of tho United State8 $1,000,000 on account of the appropriation made by the Govern ment to the Centennial Exhibition. The remaining $500,000 will bo paid next week. Tho "Supremo Lodgo of the Knlchts of Honor held Its annual session In New York Tuesday after nnon. Tho report of tho "Supreme Dictator" estimated Uio total member ship of tho Order at 20.0C0, contained In C07 lodges. The Order has been es tablished in 33 States, and lias 18 grand lodges In operation. A. despatch from Washington of the 4th Inst., says; "Tho Cabinet, at Us session to-day, voted to postpone calling tho extra sessio...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 12 May 1877

E.n- 81EWEI18, OISTIUOr ATTOMNF.Y A COUNSELLOn AT I.AW. Ornci, No. S, Mansion House, MAUCII CHUNK, PA. Battling: Estates. Flllnr AceoanU ana Orphans voari iTaonce n specialty. , Trial 01 i.Ruses careraiiv attended to. teeni iraasactiona in E.nKiisn Ana uerman. jbu v. to talion gMlvowte. BATURDAV 1I0HNLNQ, irXV 12, 187". Local and Personal. Local news Is just about as scarce at ben's teeth. , -The boy with the willow whhstle "bu put In an appearance. . ii it . TT. i. A. full line of Hamburg Edging at tbe Bee Hive Store ot Daniel Graver. .. , -Farmers pronounce the prospects ft lora lair wueaw crop us oeing very good. Muslins at from 5 cents a yard up wards at the Bee Hive Store of Daniel Graver. On the 21et Inst., the Switch Back railroad at Mauoh Chunk will be open ed for the season. flight Harness, very choap for cash, at Milton Florey's, near the canal bridge, Welssport. . The Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows of the State of Pennsylvania will meet at Erie on May iota. Daniel Graver has ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 12 May 1877

A VERSATILE SWINDLER. A New York paper rr-latps the mlvcn turos of n fellow sucli n n largo class of people delight to linnor '. Tho report Is 3 follows : "A recent guest fit somo of the bAst hotels In this city lura been n man who represents himself as nn Esyptlan of great wealth visiting this country for pleasuie and for the purpose of study ing American life, manners and lnstl tutlons. The name which appears In large letters upon the hotel registers Is Sellrri R. I!ey. Ho speaks English, French and Herman llucntly ; Is a mine of information concerning his pretended native country, Kgy t ; is accomplished, versatile, and of line prcience, ana as euntes nn easy nlr of familiarity with distinguished people such ns to Impress those with whom he comes in contact with the belief that lie Is really, as he says, on Intimate terms with princes, dukes and carls abroad and a man of consequenco In his own country. JIo lias ,had the confidence of many well known families In this city and ming...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 19 May 1877

INDEPENDENT-" Live and Let Live." H. V. Mouthimer, Proprietor. 1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. Vol. v.,woj 25. LEIIIGIITON, OARUON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1877. Subscribers out of County, $1.2t) aMaVBUiisjaAjiJp'KiaiaiM'siio,'T't' 1 w i zzrt CARDS. , Farnltura Warehouse. T. tctwuti, Bank street, dealer in all kindt of TmnOitrt. CVJin modi to order. Bot mad Shoa Nftkcra. Ollnloo. Bretne y, in Levan't building, bank street. JUlorttrl promptly fluia wore wurrar.lca. fe. LONGSTUEET, ATTORNEY AT lAw, Heit door totho " Catiin.IIouto ' Ra.n'K BTUEKT. LEllitiuTON. FA. Dsfcember It-em. ATtdflNKY AND COUNSBttOR AT LAW, D&VK RIETibtaiOnTCir, I'A. Bail Pits', end Collection Aneriejr. Will Ilursnd 811 R.sl listsie. OonYyolii(; neatly done Co), lestlest pronpUr mad.. S.ttrnlg ""stile of Pe te isata a specialty- May be consulted In KnllHh aaa b.naKo. Ncv. 2. J&S.R. STUUTIIER.S', ATTORN UY AT LAW, J-0Oc: 21 floor, of Ithosil'n.Uall, MauohOhniik, I'a. All basln.ss .(trusted...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 19 May 1877

II. V. HOKTIIIMUK, EDITOR LKIIiailTON, I'A.: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 16T7. The Attorney General ot Now York, fcelng unable to mako any uso of thntifleped confession of Tweed, bits returned the papers to the cx-Boss, and declined to release him from jail. The Commissioners of the Sinking Fund lmvo authorized the financial agent of this State to call in $8,824,000 of the five and six per cent, loans due August 1st, to bo paid on presentation at the Farmers' and Mechanics' Nation al Bank, In Philadelphia. During April, 7353 Immigrants, of whom 2800 were females, arrived at the port ot Now York. 2184 came from Germany, 1510 from England and Wales, 13G4 from Ireland, 791 from Scotland, 350 from Italy,S80 from Aus tria, 241, from Franco, 183 from Swltz erland, 171 from Denmark, and the re malndcr rom 22 other countries. The Jury In tho case of Bolt, n Philadelphia preacher Involved In an ugly scandal, disagreed on Saturday, one Juror refusing to Join tho others In n verdict ot guilty. S...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 19 May 1877

ymta n. 81KWKH8, tolSTWCr ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW., Ornci, No. 2, Jtfanalon Uouse, . MAUOII OH UNK, PA. .nettling Ettatee. Fume Accounts and Orphans V.nrtfracuoea specialty. . .. Trial, of Causes cfccetallvattOTdedto.. wral traasaetlonstn Xagftsa and German, Jan v. SATURDAY UefeNINO, VlAT 19, I8TT. Local &nl Personal. The bare-footed boy Is about. Fresh Clams at P. T. Brady's. I(!d cream supplants tho succulent Xyster. "Ballot" ba"tS vll betbo sttfe this eummct. Efgs are selling at 12 cents a dozen 4n Bethlehem. A full line of narnburfc Edging at the Bee Hire Store ot Daniel Graver. . The Keystone Furnace tet the Chain Dam, tear East oil, has been restarted. The millers of AlroDlown have re' Uuced tfhe prlco of fiour fifty cents per tiundrtM. The South Easton furnace was put In blast last week, and Is reported 33. 10 IWbftW working linely r At West Plttston, Luzerne county tho other day a youth of seventeen, tnarrliM a girl aged fourteen. A silver mine Is said to have been di...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 19 May 1877

mjtwimirma TIRED DIOTIIUUS. A little elbow leans upou your knee Your tired knoe that lias w mnoli 10 bf A chlld'a dear eyes ore looklag lovlmly From underneath a lliatih ol tangled hair. Perhaps you Co not hoed tho velvet toned Of warm moist flnffcis holding youiB bo tlgl.t, Yon do not pr!3 the Messluit overmuch You almost aro too tired to pray to-uight. But It Is blo-sodncM 1 Aymragj I did not see H us I do today We aro oil so (lull and thn.ikloss. and too slow To catch tho snnsluo till It slips away. And now It areras nirpasinf ttrango to mo That while I woro tho bndgo ot motherhood 1 did not blsa moro olt and tenderly The little child that brought mo only food. Ana If, some night, when yoa alt down to rest', Yon miss the elbow on your tired knoo This restless curloy head from off your brcost. This lisping tannic that chatters constantly) It from your own tho dimpled hands had slipped, And ne'er would nest e in your palm again, If tho whito feet Into the gruro bad tripped I could ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 26 May 1877

H. V. Mobthimer, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." $1.00 it .Year .if Paid in Advance VOL. V.,K0i 20. ' LEniGIITON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN' A, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 20, il877. Subscribers out of Comity, $1.20 rc mr ,r, MBMfl -'--' r" t -istMMMJlWlIMlMJUMMIJJMs , -r nmrrjMT-- ---t.tti CARDS. Furniture Waretionie. . T. Schirarts, Bank street, deattr in all kindt of Wwnrture. Coffml madt to order. Hoot ami Shoe PlkUera. Clinton Brstney, in Levan't building, Hank street. AllordeTiprompllyJMei work warranted. If. P. LONGSTKEET, ATTOHNEY AT LAW, Si oit door to the " Carboninouse.' HANK BTHEET, LEniQHTON, PA. Decomber 18-em. qy SI. UAPSIIKU, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, , llistSiREiT.LcniaHTOK.rA. Ileal Estate and Collection Acency. Wllinuyand Tdell Krai Estate. Conveyancing neatly done Col lections promptly made. Settling Estates of De cedents a specialty. Hay be consulted In Knllsh "and Uerman. Net. 22. JAS.n. STIIUTIIEIIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 3"0tBce: 2d floor of Khoaa'sillall, ...

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 May 1877

II. V. MOUTlllMl, HJlTOIt LlilliailTON, I'A.t SATURDAY MCMNl.NU, MAY SO, 1877. Thu following persons Jmvo been selected to represent Columbia county in the Democratic State Convention as delegates : Senatorial, W. L. Eycrly ; Iteiiresentatlvp, C. B. Brock'way aud Warren J. liucknlcvi. Passengers nro to bu projected from Chicago to New York (1,000 miles) In 29 hours If they nro not smashed up on the- way The Pittsburg, 1'oit Wayno and Chicago Railroad Company lias arranged to run a fast passenger train In opposition to tho Wabash train. It will start from Chicago nt 4:80 p. m., and put nassenuers in Now York before 10 o'clock tho tueceedlng ulght. A etury credited to the Philadelphia iietn nas it that. It has been positively asserted In Washington that ex Presl. dent Grant, while, ostensibly visiting Europe tor pleasure, Is really to tako command of thu wholo Turkish army against Itussla. The story Is that Eng. land was Instrumental In making this chnlco of a now commander for tho 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. — 26 May 1877

K. 81BWRR9, Office, No. 2, Mansion Ilone, -rTtlllTnilTlNK. PA BettllnR Estates. Flllon Accounts and Onn Court rroctico n specialty. .... rmi Trial ot cause carrtallr Mtended W. "W" transactions In English and German. Jan . Saturday morninq, may m, istt. Local and Personal.- Hon. J. 0. Kreamer ivas.ntown on Thursday. Tho garden crops look very fioo elnco the recent rains. J? .-Tbo boy with wet hair ana ms smri outside In can now bo met with. Decoration "day Will bo properly observed In this borough and Wessport. It. K. Hotford and W. E. Smith port very handsome walking canes. 'Good I LlRht Harness, very cheap for cash, at Milton Florey's, near the canal bridge, Wetssport. The case of Jack Kehoo has been continued by the Supremo Court until tho Pittsburg term. The members of tho Vfelssport Bandsponta very pleasant day at J. T. McDaoiel's on Monday last. Workmen In the Iron mines throughout Lehigh county now recelvo 'but from CO to 70 cents per day. LaUry & Peters moved tho post of...

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 May 1877

IcastfHOE'J van fiihtpaqb, stairs, ami tnlil tlioiVtttn tUSo tlio wretchod man up to our room. l)ut whatever shall vn ilo-now 1 The Men of a drunken wretch In our bed I It's too horrible 1" " We mns'i't ho to Imrd upon him, dear. I could M'ti nt n rlan-o that he wits ono of our jionror hretliren ; I daresay a hard-working solier man en 'oueh In a cenural way, but Hip tempta- tl on of a pood dinner and imllmUfd li quor was too much for him. Besides, dear, wo must consider tint occasion. It is tlio Immemorial prtvlh'co of every Welshman to pet drunk, If ho llkoa, on St. David's Day. Some of us watvo It, but that's not to the purpose. Wo must move Into the spare room for to-nlfiht, that's all. You had better kIvo Mary -orders accordingly ; and, at the name time, it will lin'tH well to n-store my blackened character by showing her that I urn not uultu so far gone ns she imagines." Mrs. Jones rang the bell. "OOwen," shosald, kissing him fondly, and still wavering between smllns and tears...

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. — 2 June 1877

H. Y. -Morthimee, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live aM Let Live;" $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. LEHIGnTONi OAKBON COUNTY, PENN'A; SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE S, 1877. Subscribers out of County, $1.20 CARDS. Filrlikture Warehouse. , V. Sehwarti, Bau,k street, dealer in all Mnit of Furniture. Cotflmriadtto order. . , . Bddt ailii Shoe Blaltels. Clinton Bratnay, in Levhn'M buildingf Bank street. Ml ordtiri promptly Jilltd work warranted. P. LONGSTItEET, A.TTOBWEY AT LA.W, Ilext door to tha " CartonlHouse.' BAKU STREET. LEnlQHTON. PA. SMtmber IMm. "XT M. HARSHER, .ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, B&ftK Strut, LEHIanTON, PA. Real Estate and Collection Agency. Will Bar and Ball Ural Kstate. Conveyancing neatly done Col. tactions promptly made'. Settling Estates of De ttdents a specialty. May be consulted In Knllsh d Herman. Ncv.22. JAS. Il. STnUliaKIlSi ATTORNEY AT LAY, ' lS- Offlco': 2d floor of Rhoad'sIIHH, Marion Ohunlt, Pa. . All business entrusted to him will be promptly attended to. , ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 2 June 1877

n. v. i on mm mi, EDITOR LBIIiailTON, PA.: SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE S, 1877. Fletcher Harper, junior member oC the original firm of Harper Brothers, died In New York Tuesday, aged 73. The Republican State Central Cow raltteo met In Ilarrlsburg Tuesday, and decided to hold tlio next State, Conven tion lu that city on the 29th ot August. The County Court; at Scranton, a year ago, appointed auditors to make an audit ottho finances of Luzerne county during Iho past seven years. Theso auditors liavo completed their task. A telegram from Scranton says "It reveals a record of official dishonesty unparalled in the records ot the pre vious history of the county, and shows how the commissioners, treasurers, sheriffs, clerks, and others havo stolen boldly largo sums from the Treasury." The thefts were committed by means ot false contracts, tlio alteration of records and figures, the retention of taxes and other devices. It Is estimated tlia. the Amount stolen is 100,000, ono-lialf of which Is po...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 2 June 1877

! ,'r'r if n. sikVeii9, DIUTRTCr ATTOnNKT & C0UN8ELIXJII AT LAW rncx. Nf 3,3Iuuloa Uoasd, .AtAUOHOUUNK, PA. Battling; Estate, ruin Account and Orphan, Court rSieace specialty. Trial of .Causevcaretoily attended to. leyal transaction In lingllati'and. aerman. Jan SATURDAY MOfthlNO, JUNE 2, 1877. Local and Personal. The Bath Railroad la Vd bo exten 'ded'to Stfoudsburg. Collletlea In Schuylkill Co. nro shipping coal to the furnaces at Cata oauqua. Hon. VZ. il. Bapsher will pleasp Wept 'oijr thanks for rateable public "documents. Patro'nlie "homo mechanics and tome rne'rcbanta. You expect thom.to patronize )foa. Light Harness, very cheap for cash, Vt Milton Florey's, near the canal "bridge, WcUaport, We have Just received another lot ,or now and Handsome printing material. Sena along your jou wort. .TfiA TCnstnn flnivi will on I Vamp next July. Stroudsbntg Is again1 'the place ot Ihetr choice. , An Infant child of Mr. A. Whit Ungbam of Wclssport died Monday.and Vmm bulled Ion Tuesda...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 2 June 1877

A Bison Story. About tliTee mnnths provloui to my nrrlrnl at Fort Union, says n prairie hunter, and In the height of the hufl.tlo breeding Benson, when tho hulls nro sometimes very llerco, Joo nnstakbg the Fort Union hull with a cnrt Into a point on tho river above the fort, In or der to draw home a lead of wood which had been previously cut and piled ready for transportation tho day before, when n very largo old tlson bull stood rlpht In thu cart track, pawing up the earth, atid rearing leady to dispute the passage with him. On a nearer approach, In etead of Dying at. the. sight of thu man that accompanied tho cart, the bison made a headlong cliarge. Joa nan hardly time to remove his bull's head stall, and e&capo up a tree, being utter ly unable to assist his four-footed friend, whom he left to his own resources. Bison and hull, now In mortal combat, met midway with a shock that made the earth tremble. Our previously docllo gentle animal suddenly became trans formed Into n furl...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 9 June 1877

Lil-ftiticsifi? H. V. Hobtoimee, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT-' Live and Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. V., 28. LEHIGnTON, CARBON COUNTY PENN'A SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 0, 1877. Subscribers out of tToiiiity, $1.8u cards. ttarnltnre Warthonte. Y. gehwarti.Bank etreet, deahrin alt kindt of JVrm'lurl. Cni mails fo crdir. Boot mid Shoe Vlakera. 'Clinton Br.tney, in Ltvan't building, Ban)c street. Ml irderipnmflliiJlUtivxirk warranted. P. LOKGSTttEET, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Mext door to tho ' Cartoninouie.' BANk BTItE&T. tcnidllTON, TA. SMembcrlG-tm. w M. IIAPSHBU, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, I)AJlSTtIIt,LiaiOBTON,rA. Baal EiUtt and Collection Ac.ocy. Will Bur anil gall Real Estate. Conveyancing neatly donf Col l.ctlons promptly made. Settling Kstates of De asd.ntsa specialty. May be consulted In rlnlllh land Osrman. N'cV. 22. JAS. II. STnUTIIEHS, ATTORN SY AT LAW, j03 Offlee : 21 Boor of Rhoad'sinall, Mauoli Chunk, 1A, All bsilneii entrusted to blm wfil be promptly t'tundsd...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 9 June 1877

U. V. MOKTIUMKR, EDITOR usiiiantoN, pa.: SATURDAY MOItNINO, JUNE 0, 1877. --Vorno's " Dr. Ox's Experlenoo " and " A Winter Amid tho Ice." Wo hayo just received tho above new Issue of Jules Verno's ever popular stories, In tlio favorlto " Lakesldn Library " editions. Illustrated with 29 cliarao torlstte engravings. It Is Bold by nil newsdealers at 10 cents : or sent post pnid for 12 cents, by the publishers, Donnelley, Loyd & Co., CliloaGO, 111. Tbe Board of Pardons met In Har rlsburg Tuesday, about forty cases be ing beforo it for consideration. It was decided to bold a special meeting on the 10th Inst., to consider the applications for pardon or commutation of tho sen tences of tbo Molly Mngulres, The crjo of Fletcher, the Philadelphia mur derer, was postponed until the Supreme Court has considered the Writ of error lu his case. A reception was given to General Grant by Minister Plerrepotit, in Lon don, Tuesday night. About 1000 of the best and most distinguished of Eng lish an...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 9 June 1877

XI lit SIKWEUS, msThldrVrronNist' & counsellor , AT .LAW. OniR, No. 4, Mamloti llonae, MAUUII CHUNK, PA. BettllAt Estates. IHIoir Acooonta and Orpoans Court Practice a epeclatty. ii Trial W Cnse carelullr attetsoed to.- Leffal tranaacUons tn Knicllen and German. Jan 8. Society Meetings, . 'IWIKITO CASTLE, No. 78, X. O. fc. OF TIIIS M. O. 2nd and Un Monday of each monto, In no. Der'a Uall. LeWprhton, at 7;30 o'clock P. M, j mea H. Styors, 8. K. O. 8. It. Gilliam. 8. X. a. 8. BlUtUlS HUTTEN LODWE. No. 680, I. O. O. P.. meets every Tuesday evening, at. 8 (raocs, In Helper's Hall. Alfred Beck, K. d. N. D. llebor, Secretary, MlTUCnBK TRIBE.- ifp. 2S2. Imp. O. oj It. Jf., meeU In lleber'ailall otoiv Sntnrdav. II.. . L. aeigua, sacbem i O. W. Delnl, c. ol It. TF0H9 Pool ThlDS, No. 171, Imp. O. It. M., meet on Wednesday evening o( eacn week, at 7:30 o'clock, InPnbllo, School Hall, Welaaport, Pa. C, W.8chwab,i8.(Iao.Brong, C. of 11. iiEUianTON Lodge, N6.v 21, K. ot P., meet n Friday even...

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