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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 14 July 1877

What on Ex-Conredcrnto Thinks About Mr. 'And Mrs. Ilnyea. After the boat started Mr. Ilnyes camo nnd stood In the cabin door, as If lie expected to be recognized and shak en hands with. He speuis to bo pretty tl)or6ogbly broken Into .this business of hand-snaking. Nobody at first camo near htm, so I thought I'd break the Ice. I did so; Introduced myself; told h,lm I was, a Southerner, and found him very affable and good-natured. Hayes Is'a good, well-meaning man. Uls nose Isn't quite so well proportioned as It Blight to be, and there's a reddish hu6 nt the end. Hut tlio hue Is constitution al, I think, or roaybo Its sunburn. I found Mrs. Hayes quite alone on the promenade deck, 60 I Introduced my tell to her. She's smarter than Hayes. She's a more refined woman than I hnd fefoecled to find, and a handsome wo man, too. Slio doesn't look so old ns the pictures makes her out; her hair is black as jet, and her teeth white and regdlar. While I was conversing with Kef,' Mr. Hayes catnn al...

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 July 1877

INDEPENDENT" Live ana Let Live." H T.OETQiiiEE, Proprietor. $1j00 a Year if Paid in Advance. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, rENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1877. VOL. V.,Koi 34. Subscribers out of County, $1.2 Bailroad Guide. jq-OIlTHPBNNA.UAlliIlOAU. Fuinnti tsr Philadelphia win leave Lehigh, ton aa follows I , iitfa. m via. L. V. arrive at Ffilla. at M5 a. m. :iu a. m. via L. V. ' lttoSa.m. 11:07 p-xa. via L.V. " " S2.v'm' ,2:Mp.m. TlaL. AS. " " .MO v.m. :29p.m. vlaL.V. " V:30p.in. Returning, leave depot a. Berks ana Amerl. can Sr.. Phlla., at 8:15 and 9:43 a. m.i .2U5, p. m. Jan. 1, 18J7. KLLIa CLARK. Agent. pfEILA. to JIEADIN'O UA1L.KOA0. Arrangement of Passenger Trains. MAY.list'1877. Trains Uave'AL OKA TOWN aa follows i- fvi. vanumurv nn.KniLI .1 'Fpr Philadelphia, at e.60. 11.03, a.m..3.15 and ft a, n, in , , 8UNDAYH. Vnr Pfctiadeilnhla at S.U n. m. . i via zisi vtaiKJL. Bniscn.) ' I Vor Reading, t 2.30. S.W. 8.5S a m.. 12.19. X10. 4.30 and 9 OS p.m. -. ' Tor Uatrlanurg. 1 2 30...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 21 July 1877

'h. r. MontniMEit, LEIIiailTOM, TA.l SATURDAY M0RN1NO, JULY 2t, 1S7T. ''Governor Ilartrauft and a party of twelve friends loft Ilarrlsbnrg Monday for a trip to California, 'fhoy will be absent month or six weeks. Tlio contested election cas6 of tlio Third legislative district ot Schuylkill county has Deen decided In favor of W. 0. Felthoff, democrat, and against M. B. Fowler, tho republican cotitest ant. Tho TittsbUrg Sunday Leader says : " The friends of Uon. Win. F. Schell, of Bedford, claim that he has now ono hun dred and twenty-six delegates for tho democratic nomination for auditor gen eral outside -of Philadelphia and Alle gheny. Thero nro two hundred and lllty.ono delegates In a full convention, bo that ff tho calculations of Schell's iriends are correct ho 1ms already suffi cient to secure him tho nomination." The funeral of llackett, killed in tho recent riot, took placo in Montreal Monday, with Orango honors. All tho Protestant societies wero represented In the procession...

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 July 1877

Society Meetings. ImMlTO CHILE. NO. 78. A. o. K. or THE It. o. 2nd and 4tb Monday of each month; m IXo- B6f 1III. WniKLlOn, at 730 O'CIOCK P. si. W. K. Bennlnger, 8. K. C. 8. lUitJUlwa, g. K. n. a. aiiADiK nurnts Lobas. N0.C8O. I.O. O. F., meets every Tuesday, evening, at 8 o'clock, la lienor's Hall. Alfred Deck, iV.G. M, B. Iteber, Secretary. MBTUCHKN TB1DE. No. S32. Imt). O. Of It. M.. meet la Kebers II nil every Bstnnlav. II. it. uaegus, sachem i u. w, ueini, u. oi it. roHO rot TttlBI, No. 171, Imp. O. It. Mm meet on Wednesday evening of each week, at 7:30 eciocic. in mono Brnooi nan, weissport, Pa. C. W. Schwab, 8, Jao. Brong, c. of It. LtBIOrtTON Lodge, No. 231., K. of P., meet on Friday evenings. In Usher's Hall, at 7;M o'clock. J, w. llaudonbnsb, O. C. T. It. . Batcllff. K. of It. and 8. Advertising Hates. Wedettrelt to be distinctly understood that na advertisements will b Inserted In the col umns of THE Gabdoh Advocate that may be "eielved from unknown parties or firms, unj...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 21 July 1877

PAKAGRAPniC. For "acting In 'h susplclous'tunn ber" a Reading dbg Yra9 shot 'tuo 'other May. Savs 'a TVest virgltila rJxcrm'nrio. '"The Falrmdnnt steamboat Is wo iked by haOil," With each glass 6f soda water sold Boston dealer gives liU customor a Iresh poni Illy. A manuscript antoernpli volume of 'Johh Locke broogbt Si'i -at a recent London auction. , Fifty thousand acres of land In Ar kansas have been purchased by a colony of Poles. Xbey are welt fixed to raldu beans. Said a freshman to a senior tlio other day, "Well, what do you think 'of tho College President's bacchanalian sermon ?" If you aro stunc by a wasp while plc-nlckltig, apply the end of tho cigar which has been chewed for a fow mo ments to the wound. Tom Thumb's houseat Bridgeport, Conn., was recently entered and robbed tot nearly all the lead pipe and gas fix tures It contained. Owing to a conflict with the local bas company, Easton is about to return to the primitive plan of lighting her streets with oil lamps. Repor...

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 July 1877

INDEPENDENT-" Live and Let Live." H. V. Mobthimee, Proprietor. $1. 00 a Year if Paid in Advance V OL. V.. No; 35. Railroad Guide. XT' OIITH FENNA, RA1LIIOAD . Passengers Tor Philadelphia trill leave- Lehi eh. tonaafollowai r :7a. m., via. L. V. arrivo at Phlla. at 6:15 a. m. 7:42 a. m. via L. V. ll!',5a. m. HOT p.m. via L.V. " "" 210 p. m. ,3:!p. m. via L. A s. " " 5:p. m. :29 p.m. via L.V. "k. " -.50p. m. Returning, leave depot MxRerka and Ameri can at., Fnua., at 8:1s ana 9:49 a. m l 2:15, p. m. Jan. 1, 1877. ELLIS OLA UK, Agent. plIILA. tu nGAOINO RAILROAD. Arrangement of , Passenger Trains. MAY. 218T, 18T7. I Trains, leave-ALLBJ, TOWN asfollowa: ' (VU-rEKauoMror branch.) JTor Philadelphia, at C.60, 11.05. u.m., J.15 and 6.5S.p.mi SUNDAYS. Tor Philadelphia at 129 o. m. (VIAKASrrilNNA. BBAHCn.) ' Tor Reading, 1 2.30, 5.00, 8.55 a m., 12.15, 2.10. 4.30 .nAaMnm. For naitlaDlirg: f 2 30, B.M, 8.05 a. m., 11.15, 4 30 and 8 W p.m. , ,,in . Tor Lancaster' ana Colc.mola, & 50, 8.M a....

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 28 July 1877

Slit tefcim g&mnU. V. MORTKIMKR EDITOIt XKIuailTOX, PA,: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1877. Ia the New York stock maikot tUo flr& news of the strikes on the coal railways appears to havo advanced la tead of depressing their shares, the street arguing that these strikes would curtail the amount of coal sent to tide water and tend to raise prices. The coal sales tint were to havo taken place at New York "Wednesday were postponed President Sloan, of tho Delaware Lackawanna and West ern Railroad Company, announced that the sale by his company was postponed on account of tho Unsettled condition of transportation. A similar an nouncement was made on behalf of the retimytvanlft Coal Company by Vice President Iloyt. Trade and travel have been Inter rupted, enterprise checked, property has been destroyed ; the peace of tho community, so essential to prosperity, has been widely shocked, many lives sacrificed, and uuraoerfl of people maim ed for life through the strike. It Is almost Impo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 28 July 1877

Society McotlngN. Ixnnro oistlk, No. js, a. o. K. or Tire M. C. 2nd and 4tb Monitor ot each month. In Ho. Int'iiidl, LenUbton, at 7i30 o'clock r. M, W.-K. Benninrer, B. K. 0.1 8, lUiQUnau). i . t. X. R. a. CIJlDXX HOTTED LODQX. No. 666, I. O. O. P.. meets every Tuosday evening, at 8 o'clock, In ileber' nail. Alfred "Deck,jS. 0. M. D. lleber, Secretary, "MaTTConw Tsmz. No. 232. Imp. O. of It. jr., . meet In Reber'. llall every Bntnrdav. It. ' L. Qaegu.. Baxhem i O. W, Delhi, c. ol II. ro'no Pool Tribe, No. 171, Imp. o. n. M meet on Wednesday evening of eacn week, at 7:30 o'clock. In Publlo bohool Hull, Welsspnrt, Pa. C. W, Schwab, 8. Jao. Brong, C. of It. tlwonTOH Lodoi, No. 231. K. of P., meets on JTlday evenings, in Keber's Hall, at 7:30 o'clock. R. Oanmcr, C. C. T. it. Ilatclltr, K. of It. and H. Advertising RatcH. We deslr. It to be distinctly understood tbat Ve. advertisements will be Inserted In the col nrana ot the cabbo.h Advocate that may be -lelved from unknown parties or f...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 28 July 1877

FAIlAUKAFmC. There arc fifty.gpcclca of owls. Heavy jliowers, IIUo heavy drlnk crs, Degln with llttlo drops. Nebraska has twelve hundred miles' 'of railroad, with several new Hues ur 'der way. One million bushels of peanuts, Valued at 12,000,000 arrived In New 'York city last year. Five head of cattle on a farm in 3Sarly county, Ga., were recently killed "by ono stroke of lightning. Michael llelfsnyder, aged 02 years, 'mid the oldest citizen of berks county, died at Heading on Thursday. The New York Herald, to keep 'abreast with the times, puts It thus: "Fine promises o'.cmargarlno no pars nips !' By the will of Charlotte Harris, who died a few days ago, the Cliatles town Blanch of the Boston Public Li brary will receive $10,000. Boston can boast n lower percent age of moisture In the air than any other place in New England, according to the observation of the signal corps. Edwin Booth's is one of the half dozen names which appear on the list of contributors to the Shakcspearu Memor...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 4 August 1877

r . t 1 mr . - . . : . - , 1 .! ... r T- ' ' - ' - ' H. V. Hortimer, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." 1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. V., No: 36. LEHIGHTON, OARUON COUKTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST, i, 1377. Subscribers out of Couuty, $1,20 Railroad Guide. fORTII PKNNA. RAILUOAU . 1:17-. m., Tia. I V. arrlro at Fhlla. ot 6:45 a. in: :zo. . via l.h. " " o:u. in. 79 n. m. vi i v. i m . i v:au. xn. Keiuminir, leave depot at llorka aou Auieri. ma n . 1 in., il & niiu m: i .. j-j..: -iu. u. iu. Arrangement ot Passenger Trains. Trains leave ALLE VJO WN as followsi-t- .(vu PEiiKJoims DiiihCii.) . t Tor Philadelphia, at 0.50. 11.03. a.m., 'MS and t il p. m. For Pliuelpa aFiora." "I Ul ItDO UIUK. I ou. ahWa O.Jll mm tol"l '! 1'or UarrlaDnrjr. 1 2-30, S.M. S a. m., 12.15. 4 30 and 9 03 p.m. JTor Lancaster and Columbls, & 60, 8.55 a.m. and i 4.S0 p.' ' t . ; tDoes not ran on Mondays. HUNDAYS. Tor Reading1, 2.30 a nt, and 9 05 p m. . Tor Hrritnrjr.2.3Q&.m, an...

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. — 4 August 1877

Ufa (Stoviwn Etont. II. V. W0RT111MH1I, EDITOR LKUWHTON, 1'A.t SATCRDAV MOr.NINO, AUdUST 4, 1877. 7j The Plillad'a Comtiie'rclat Reporter recommends Robert 15. Pattlson, of that cltj, son of tho late Rev. R. II. Pattl 80D, D. D., presiding elder of the liar rlsburg district of the M. E. church, as a suitable Candida to for Auditor Gene ral on the Democratlo ticket. The Bedford Gazette aaya : " Mr. Schell's hbmo district composed of lied, ford, Somerset, Fulton, Franklin, Cam bria, Blair and Huntingdon counties stand In a compact column for his nom ination. The 'Glhralter of Democracy' old "Berks, and sterling Lancaster are "frdltll for him, while all along the entire line the cheering word of success Is 'heard. Wo (Gazette) say to the con vention, give us Wra. P. Schell for AU 'dltor Qeneral, and his election is as shred. " The following extiact from tho 'dhlcago.Times Indicates that the mtlt tlrrroan of the Illinois variety is not grea'tly admired in his own locality : "A mllittttn...

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. — 4 August 1877

Society Meetings. JsmiTO OAiTLa", No. :', A, O. K. OT TnB M. 0. lad and 4th Monday of each month. In Be. ber'a Hall. LcnlRoton, tt 7;80 o'clocfe P. M, W. K. Bennlnger, a. K.C. I 8. n..Gllbain. 9. K. It. 0. AbBlt IIUTTEM L0DOT, No. 080, 1. O. O.'P.. meeta every Tneadav evening, St 8 o'clock, la Iteber-e Hall. Allced Beck, . G. M. B. Hobor, Secretary. HaTUCnis Taint:. Ko. 232. Imp. O. tit IV. M., meets lnllebar'snall eyeirSatordav.. H. L.iaaggus, Baohem i O. W, Delhi, O. cf n. Todi POO TBrn, T4o. 171. Imp. O. B, M., tni'et on Wednesday evening of cacn week, at 7:30 o'clock, la Pnbllo School Hall, Wetasport, Pa. C. W. Schwab, B. Jao. Brong. c, of B. tSHianios lodoe. No. 234. K. of P.. meeta n rnaay evenings, iu iieoers-u-aii. : . It uauiuer, v v. ,u,i a'olook. K;of R. and B. Advertising RatcN. We desire It to be distinctly understood that no advertisement will bo Inserted In the col inni ot THE CiBSOit AnTOCATIt that may be -lelved from unknown parties or flrraa unless a ieompanled wlU...

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. — 4 August 1877

1 Prisoners (Joins to Siberia. The saddest sight lnTius6lii to a trav eler Is tlio manner In which civil prison ers aro trcatfil. It Is a romtron speetncle to see 300 or 400 poor wretches cm their way to Siberia tinder a military 'escort; for most of them nro chained 'together in couple?, wullo the women anil children who have elected to sharo "their bread winners' lot havo tn submit 'tote treated as criminals. Pootly clad, 'nnd apparently half starved, the won der is that any of tho 'party should ever survive the dreadful "Journey. A ltus plan criminal condemned to exile is sent way with very little ceremony; but when an officer of tho army or other Jvrson of nrito has been sentenced to banlshrticfft for life, he is dressed in full linirrirm, and led ton scaffold in some public plate. In the presence of the rrotvd ho Is made to kneel, whlln his f paulets and decorations a're 'torn from his coat, and his sword broken over his head. Ho Is declared lepally dead, his Pitates are confis...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 11 August 1877

aibmi INDEPENDENT" Live ana Let Live'. Sl.Od a Year if Paid in Advance. ' . I if N ' . ' . . . I J H. V. Morthimer; Proprietor. Vol. v., No. 37. Railroad Guide. N OR.TII PBNNA. RAILROAD. Passonffera far PhllAiielnhla will leavp tatiti-ri: ton AS fotloam , J.-47. tn via. , V. arrive at Pnlla. at 6: a. m. 7H2 a. ra. via L. V. " 11: a a. m. 11:07 p. m. viaL. V. " " 210 p.m. HIV, m. VIS U. tt EJ. " " 0!SU D. Dli t::p.m.viaL.V. ' " .1:50 p.m, Returning, leavedepot at Perks and Amerl tan HI., Fhlla., at 8:19 and 9:15 a. m.i 15, p. m. Jan. 1, 1817. ELLIS OLA UK. Agent. TIII-A. & HEADING KAILIIO AD, Arrangement of Passenger Trains. WAY. S18T 18T7. TrMns leave ALLEr, TOWN an follow! :- (VII PKRKIOMKN hniXCIT.I Tor Philadelphia, at 6.6, 11.05. a.m., 3.15 and o.o3 p. m. SUNDAYS. For Philadelphia at 115 o. m. For pending, t 2.30. 5.W, a.'A a m 12.15, 110. 4.30 andoosfrni' For llarrlstmrg. 1 2 30, 5.50, 8.55 a. to., 13.15, 4 90 and 9 05 p.m. For Lancaster and Columbia, 5 60, 8.55 a. in. and ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 11 August 1877

to (Stovfcw Starts. II. T. MORTIIIMKR EDITOR LKIIIGIITON, l'A.: 8ATCRIMY MOMING, AUQUST It, 1877. Owing to tho unsettled condition of affairs In tills State, Incldont to- strikes, the Democratic. State convention 1ms been postponed until August 22nd. The Hopiibllcan State convention 1ms also been postponed until Sept. Stli. When national banks surrender their circulation the, Chvornmant can eels the notes as fast as they are sent to the treasury for redemption. Since the voluntary surrender of this circula tion began tho currency'.thus given up by the banks amounts to about fifty nine millions of dollars. A Washington telegram says tho labor question has been discussed at several recent Cabinet meetings, " to the exclustonof all other subjects," and It Also asserts that " a good portion" of the President's first raessago to Con gress will be devoted to that question. Several members of tho Cabinet are understood to lavor the appointment of a Commission to settlo tho troubles arising...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 11 August 1877

Society Meetings. mKITO CUItLK, No. rs, A. O. K. OF tiie M. c. 2nd and 4tb Monday of each month. In He. ber'allall. tehlghton, at 7i30 o'olocif r. M, V. IC. uennlnger, 8. K. O. i S. iuailuam. 8. K. R. B. BKADEN 11UTTU LODGE, Ho. 630, I. O. O. P.. meets every Tuesdav evening, at 8 o'clock, In iteber'a nail. Alfred Heck, .d. O. I It is. Iteber, Secretory, ltITCCUE!t TiroE. No. 2K. Imp. O. of II. M., meet, tn licber's Hall areiy SntnrdaT. H. L. aaggua, sachem LcyW, Delhi, o. of It. rono rooi Tutus, No. in. Imp. o. It. M., meet on Wednesday evening of ecn week, at 7:30 o'clock, in public School Hall, Welssport. ra. C, W. Schwab, s.i Jac. Ilrong. c. of II. LiniatiTON toDos, No. S34. K. of P.. meet on Friday evenings. In lleber'e nail, at 7:H o'clock, n. Oanmer, O. O. T. It. KatcluT, K, of It. and fa. JJH. EUWAHD DROWN, BURGEON DEN1I8T, Of the Pennsylvania Dental College. Philadel phia, baa opened an office In LEIIIOIITON, on BltOAD 8T11KET. neit door to Snyder'a store. All work warranted...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 11 August 1877

REST, SOLDIER, REST1 There wsa a Russian came over the tea, J oat when the war was growing hut, And Ma name it was TJ-illkavaVaree. Karlndobrollkanabndarot. 8ohlbkadirova. Ivsrdltrstova. Banallk. Danerlk. Varagobhot. A Tnrk waa standing upon the shore, Blent where the terrible Russian crossed,. And he cited t "Bumillah t I'm Ab 1 Kor. BaEaronkllgonautoegobross. Getfinpravroi. Kllgekosladjl. Qrivino- BllvldO. JonlilodosKt'' Bo they stood, like brave men. long and well And they called each other their proper names, Till the lockjaw seized them, and where thoy tell They boned them both by the Trdosholamos KalatahKtchulc. . Mlschtsrlbustccnp. Bnlgarl. Dulbrary. Sagharlmalnz. I'AlUUltAl'HIC. The Czar la expected back at St. Petersburg about tho 15th of August. According to the Dew Constitution, lobbying will hereafter be a crime in Georgia. Two granddaughters of Danton, the famous French revolutionist, were married lately In Paris. Sofia Cimarosa, the last defendant of the famous compose...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 18 August 1877

Immk itlf0ft H. V. Mohteimee Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." Sl.OO a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. V.,No. 38. LEniGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST, 18, 1877. Subscribers out of County, $1.2o Railroad Guide. JJORTH VENN A. RAILROAD i Passengers for Philadelphia will leave Lehigh- ton aa follow) i It47a. tn., via. L. V. arrive at VIM, at IM a. m. m a. m. via L, V. " lls-Sa.m. IliOT p. m. via L. V. ' ". 2-iop.m. f.ttti !m. via I A 8. " 6:40o.rfl. :p.m.viaI.V. " . !.Mp.m. Returning, leave depot at Berka ana Ameri can St.. Phila., at 8:15 and 8.43 a. m.i 1S, p. m, Jan. 1, im, ELLIS! ULAKK. Agent. jpIULA. tb RESADINO RAILROAD. Arrangement of Passenger Trains. ATJOUBT JND. IS77. . Trains leave ALLElsTOvVN asfollowai- . , . (VIA PKHKIOMES MUKCI1.) JfrTbllidoIphle, at'.c.io. li.oj. a.m., -.1 and P'm" . SUNDAYS. tt raiadatpfcla at 3.23 o. m.' IV1A EAST Id SNA. BIUJICU.) . tax Reading, 1 2.30. 5-W, S.W m 12.15, 110. 4.30 and a 05 p.m. Ter Harriaoiirg. 5.80, S...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 18 August 1877

11. V. M0RT1IIMER, EDITOR millOU'TON, l'A.: SATORDAT MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1877. The total amount of slim Issued to dato Is 834,250,000. The amouut of fractional currency redeemed to date Is $21,080,000, leaving $10,020,000 still outstanding. -Among the many schemes for the relief of the worklogmeti Is that of John Gibson, of Philadelphia. It Is to raise a fund of 11,000,000 by 100,000 sub scrlptlonsof $10 each, with which waste unimproved land In New Jersey or Pennsylvania may be bought, and on which men who are willing to work nay be placed. A. switchman on tbo Pan Ilandlo Railroad named Scblutter was found lying senseless near tlio round-house In Columbus, Ohio, Sunday morning, with a terrible bruise oh his right cheek and temple, which looked as If made by a club. His face and bead were so swol len that It could not be ascertained It bis skull was fractured, and bis com! I tlon was critical at last accounts Schlatter was one of the men who re mained at bis post during the strike. ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 18 August 1877

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