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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 18 August 1877

THE MOLE. CONSIDERED FROM HISTORICAL AND OTIICU STANDPOINTS A HUMOROUS REVIEW OFTIIB DISTINGUISHED CHAR ACTERISTICS WHICH HAVE MADS THIS UNIQUE ANIMAL FAMOUS. The mulo Is the only anlmil Noah didn't take Into the ark with Utm. I hare looked over the freight list care -folly, and could not see a mulo way billed for any place. So clear-headed a man as Noah did not daro to take one on board, an he know he would kick a hole through her Id less than a week. I don't know a man on whose head you could pour qulokxllreraud run les rUk of Its spilling OH than on Noah's, lie was a dreadful level-headed mau, and before tho freshet was over overybojy on earth realized the fact. The origin of tho mulo Is envelopod In a good deal ot mystery. Tradition Informs Us that when the Mood had sub sided, and the ark had landed on Mt. Ararat, Noah was very much surprised In one ot his observations to find a goad healthy mule standing on the top of an adjoining mountain. The samo tradi tion Informs us that 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. — 25 August 1877

mm H. V. Mouthimeb, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT " Live and Let Live." 1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, TENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, AUdUST, 25, 1877. VOL. V..Moj 3D; Subscribers out of County, $1.20 a&J Railroad Guide. ORTII I'ENNA. RAILROAD . Passengers f or P hlladelphia will leave Lehigh. ton as follows i . k:47a. m., Tla. L. V. arrive at Fhlla. at tM a m. TUt a. m. via U V. " ll:'Sam. ll.-07p.Bi.TlaI V. " " '2'iopiin. (:29p.m. Tla 18. " ." 6:41 p. m. :Mp.m.viaL.V. " . . " 6:50p.m. Beiorntng, leave depot at Perka and Ameri can St., Phlla., at 8:1S ana 0:15 a.m.i fclf. p. m. Jan. 1, 18)7. ELLIS OLA11K. Agent. plIILA. b HEADING RAILROAD. Arraignment of Passenger Trains. august jsd. i:7. Trains leave ALLEtTOW"N nstollowst F. via punKtrUircv nnANCll.l or Philadelphia, siio.00,, li.uo. fum.. muu e.i p. in SUNDAYS. tTA 1Mlad1nh!a at a.2. tl. m. . ivia Rifn ppkp1. nn&NCfl.l Tor Reading, t 2-30, 5.60. 8.5S m 12.13. 2.10. 4.30 ana v uo p.m. mot iiarrwnurg, o-su. ...

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. — 25 August 1877

ii. v..ionTiiiMEn, EDITOR LUIIiailTON, l'A.i SATCftfJAT MORNING, AUdUST 23, 1877. Democratic Nominations. STATU TICKET. Supremo JndKO John Trunkev, Vonanso. Andttor Ucnerat William H.Bcholl, Bedford, ftato Treasurer Aruoi U. Novos, Clinton. -Tho losses by- tlio Into riots to tho railroad companies, Including freights destroyed, have been flgureil down, by railroad official In Philadelphia, to S2, 500,000 Olio half lesa than the lowest estimates made niter the fire. The Mllwaukeo " Wisconsin " cstl mates from reliable data that tho wheat crop of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa ntnl Kansas for 1877 will be 50,000,000 bushels larger than It was In 187G. The quality Is also super-oiccollent. En couraging reports to tho grain growers of the West come from all quarters. The competition of wheat from the Black Sea Is likely to be lessened by tho Eastern war, and Is Judged by good ob servers to bo declining as fast as our facilities for shipment from tho West to Europe tiro Increasing. Tho late ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 25 August 1877

Society Meetings. ISFINITO OlSTLE, No. 78, A. O. K. OF TnE M. C. 2nd and 4tb Monday of each month. In Ha ter's Ilall. Lchlghton, at 7:80 o'clock r. M, W, II. Ilonninger, 8. K. C. I S. It. Gilliam. 6, K. It. H. O.llDE.S 1IUTTEN LODQE, "No. 068, 1. O. O. F.. meets every Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock, In lienor's nail, Altrcd Beck, a. O. I a. B. lienor, Secretary. JlKTUCJlKX TRIBE. No. tii. Imp. O. of It. M., meets In liohfr'e lull oToiySstnrdar.il. L. aaggus. Sachom : O. V. Delhi, C. of It. Toao Pool Tamil, No. 171. Imp. O. It. M meet on Wedneailay ovenlng ot oocn week, ut 7:30 o'clock, in Publib School Hall, Welsspnrt, Pa. O. W. Schwab, s.i Jao. Brong, c. of It. ISHianroK Lodoe, No. 2.11. K. of P.. meets on Friday evenings, 1n Roller's llolt. at 7:S0 o'clock, RQauiner, O. 0. T. K. Ilatcliff, K. c( It. and 8. Advertising' KatcN. e,de,flro It to ho distinctly understood that no advertisements will he Inserted In the col umns of TllKOAlinox Advocate that inov bo -eiewed from unknown por...

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. — 25 August 1877

THE NEWS. -County fairs will be below pw this eflon, uultxa thty navo agricultural "aosa trots" at tached. Cremation has tieen tegf-tllted In the Canton of Zurich. Bwltaerland, nuiler cortalu sauitnry restrictions. The elevator nt t-Mttftbnnr. to take the p!acs of t ho on tics: roved, will hive n capacity 01 loo.uiQ bushels mat U to cost tV00. Theunnsftsl barrtuft- atCirliwIo, Pa., nro to bo repaired anrt mc?nileJ toreiOer t!iem enpa bio of accommodating u largo force ot Federal troops, CapUlCInT, of Pantn OortradOT. Texa. Is marctnK an addition t,t sixiy-three wiles to his pasture fence, wmch will encloso aitogatuer. whoncoruptdtod, 100,000 aero- of sp1ua d laud. Dr. Acker, of Montpomerrcounty.annouoo es that he has gtvpn twenty four years seivice to his party nod pont his nil. Now he wants to be made aberlff and there's and Aclter-lrauni. out dispute about that Circuses have broiitrht their pigs ton bad market In this mate Two of them have been kntil nntnml thn cmnlnvpfvi have boe...

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

Si) 1 tr H. "V. MoETEtiMEB, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT Live and Let Live.' $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. V.,Noi 40. LEHIGI1TON, CARBON COUNTT, PKNN'A, SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 1, 1877. Subscribers out of County, $1.20 Railroad Guide. N ORT11 PENNA.RA1LUOAL). Passengers far Philadelphia win leave Lcblxh. ton aa follows i .... lu7a. m., na. L. V. arrive lit Phlle. at MS a m. t41 a. id. via L. V. ' 11: 8 a; m. llW7p.rn.viaL. V. " ". 2-iOp.m. Mao.tlil.Jk8. " " 6:43 o.m. :p.m. viaUV. " . " t:Mp.m. fletarnin, Icavedrpot at Perks ana Ameri can rnna., amusana msa a.m.i ac, p.uj. Jan. 1, 1177. plIILA. d READING RAILROAD. Arrangement of PasseDger Trains. AUGUST 2ND, trr. , Trains leave AL LENTO WN asfollowst- or Philadelphia, at S.6J, u.W.i a.m...is and .is p. m. BUNDAY8. TU rABKIOMBa nsaycu.1 For rauaaeipnie atz,zi d. m. VIA HASf PKNNA. BBAKCn.) I nr7t 2.30, 5-511. 8.53 a m., 12.11. 2.10. 4.80 I Tor Reading. una e uo p.m. Tor nattliDiir-. M, s.W a. m.. 12.19. 4 0 p.m. JTor Lanoaeter ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 1 September 1877

11. V. MOOTWMEB., EDITOR LKinaiiTON, rA.i SATOIIDAT MOHNINQ, SEPT. I. 1877. Democratic Nominations. STATIC TIOICET. Supreme JnuRo John Trunkev, Vonangm. Auditor Ooncral William B. Bchcll, Bedford. State Trensurer Araos B. Novos, Clinton. The grand parado ot tho Knights Templar In Cleveland, Ohio, Tuesday morning Included 175 commanderles and ttdout 8000'men. Fifty-four bands and twelvodrum corps were Id the' line, and the procession took an lionr and a halt to pass a given pofnt. The streets and windows along the route- were thronged with' spectators. The Morris and Essex Railroad Company has within a few days dis charged a number of firemen' and other employes at'Belvtdere and Fhlllpsburg, for activity in tho late strike. When the discharges wero commenced, Wal ter Klchlfne, chairman, of the Commit tee on Grievances of tho Firemen, dis appeared, and It is rumored that his disappearance was due to n letter from some of tho firemen warning him to "get away with his life while ho had ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 1 September 1877

Society Meetings. . ' , ISFISITO OASTLE, No. 78, A. O. K. of jnS M. O.' 2nd and 4th Monday of each month. In He tier's Hall. Lehlghton. at 7i30 o'clock: p. M, W. K. Uonnlnger, B. K. C. S. It. Gllnatn. e. Ki n, b. OlfADEN ItUrfB.1 LOOOlt, No. 030, l.O, O, F.. meets every Tuesday evening, nt 8 o'clock, In Honor's Hall. Alfred Beck, jtf. O. I W. U. neber, Secretary. Mktuciikn Tridi. No. 202. Imp. O. of K. jr., meets In llebet's mil evety Saturday. It. L. Gattgna, Sacnom i 0. W, Delhi, C. of R. Pono Poca tbide. No. 171. Imp. o. It M., meet on Wednesday evening of each week, ut 7:30 o'clock, in Fubllo School ItaU, Welsspnrt, Pa, C. W, Schwab, 8.1 Jao. Brong, c, of It, tsBioniON Lodob No. 231. K. of P.. meets on Friday evenings, In Boner's Hall, at 7trp o'clock, n. Qanmox, o. 0L t. It. Batclift, K. of K. and B. ' Advertising Itatcs. We desire it to be distinctly understood that Do advertisements will be Inserted In the col umns of tub OAimott Advocate that may be rejeired from unknown par...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 1 September 1877

MIT AS1) WISDOM. A fichenfoUdy rIiI at pelltng Mbool ut down oa "pauUlooni." Mrs. Partington Mr few persons inffer from toggutton of the brain Dow-a-dayi. Next to setting op fool In pcpa lar estimation the moat difficult thing It to pull him down ngntn." ' A man can't help what Is done behind his back," a the tramp said wbeu he was kicked out of doors. People say, " Do not regard what he is saying now, he Is In liquor." Ter haps this Is the only time he ought to be irg&rded. There are those that new reason on what they should do, but on what they hare done; as It reason had his eyes behind, and could only see back wards. He that waits for repentance waits for that which cannot be had as long as It Is waited for. It Is absurd for a man to wait tor that which ho himself has to do. The only effect of tbopubllo punish ment, Is to show the rabble how bravely It can be borne; and every ono who hath lost a We nail belli suffered worse. In youth gtlet comes with a rush and overflows, nu...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 8 September 1877

H. Y. Morthimeu, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT'1 Live and Let Live." 51.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. Vol. v..no! 41. LEniGHTON; OARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1877. ubscrlu'ars but of County', $1.20 Railroad Guide. N OUTII 1-UiVSA. It A1LUO AD . rassenccrsforPhllodelnhta'vrlU leave Lchlcrh. ton as follows 1 :47a. m via. L. V. orrlvo at Phlta. at 0:45 a in. 7:42 a. m. via L. V. " lt:"5 a. m. HK)7p. m. viaL. V. " 2-i0p.m. J:2Cp. m. via L. A 8. " " 11:10 p. m. C:29 p. m. via L. V. " " U:S0 p.m. . Returning, leave depot at Berks and Amerl. can St., Pblla., at 8:15 unit 9:49 a. 111.: 2:15, p. in. Jan. 1. 18)7. ELLIS ULAttK. Agent. pIIIbA. b UEADIIV'U UA1LUOAD. Arrangement of Passenger Trains. AUGUST 2ND. 1S77. Trains leave, ALLEls TOWN aafollowsi (VIA rBKKIOMKX BRANCH.) Tor Philadelphia, at CM, 11.05. tun.. M.15 and 4 55 p.m. SUNDAYS, for Philadelphia at 3.23 n. m. I VIA ASf FKXNA. nBANCII.) Vor Rending, t 2.3'J, 5.50, 8.M a m 12.15. 2.10. 4.30 nt:d9 0ftp.m. For HatrlsD...

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. — 8 September 1877

0 II, V. MORTIIIMGR, .... EDITOR I.EIIIUIITON, PA.: SATCRDAV MORN1.NO, SEPT. 8, 1877. Democratic Nominations. STATES TICKET. Fnnreme Indue John Trnnkev. Venango. Andttor (loners! William 11. Bchell, Bw'ford. Btato Treasurer Amos II. Noves, Clinton. Republican Nominations. STATK'TIOICKT. Bnpreme Jndge-Jaa. II. Sterrett. Allegheny. Auditor General-J. A. M. I'assmorejHcliuylklll Btato Treaanrer Wm. B., Hart. Montgomery. Dcmocrallc Connty Meeting. The annual Democratic County meet ing was held In tho Grand Jury-room of the Court House, at Mauch Chunk , on last Monday afternoon. Called to order by the Chairman ot tho Demo cratic County Committee, lion. Dr. H. Leonard, the business first In order the fixing of a day for holding tho dele gate elections was at onco taken up, and disposed of by appointing Saturday, tho 22nd Inst., as tho daytfor the hold ing of these, and Monday, ttae.24th, for holding tho Democratic Nominating Convention. Persons to conduct the delegate elections In the var...

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. — 8 September 1877

Society Meetings. INFIXITO O AUTLB. NO. T8. A. 0. K. OF t!IE M. C. 2nd and 4th Monday of each month, In lto bor'a 11 all, Lelilgbton, at 7i30 o'otock p. it, W. K. Bennlngor, 8. K. C, l 8. K. Gllbatti. . k, it. u. Oil ADEN nutTIS LODOK, No. 6S0, 1. 0, O. F meets every Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock, In Iteber'e Hall. Alfred Beck.ri, O. I N. B. lleber. Secretarr. illTUCHEJI TR1BK. No. 132. Imp. O. of R. M. jueuis in iieoer-s nail eTOiy Hftiuraav. 11 U. Qaggna, Sachem i O. W. Delhi. C. of II. road Pooa Tribe, No. 171. Imp. o. It. M., meet on Wednesday evening of each week, ut 7:30 v uiuck, in j'uono ccnooi jinn, weisspnrt, I'a. C. W. Schwab, s.g Jao. DroDg, c of It. X-imanroN T.odoe. No. Ml. K. of P.. meets on Friday evenlugs, In llebcr's llall. at 7:?0 n ciocK it. uaunicr, u. u. x. iu jtatcnu, K. of II. and 8. Advertising Rates. We desire It to be distinctly understood that o advertlsementaXelll, bo Inserted Intho col umns of the Cardos Advocate that may be -ejcived from, unknown parti...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 8 September 1877

FARM AND GARDEN. September Hints. Tub Fall months aro the fulfillment tot tlm promise ot the earlier season. August saw the harvesting of the small er gi alus. With September the harvest continues In the orchard and potato fields. Where orchards are- not vtoll cared for this is tho "off years" for ap ples, so that all tho careful orchardlsts will reallio handsome returns. The shipment of dead beef to Europe has evidently passed the speculative stage, and Is fast setting Into a steady bus), iiess, with reasonable proflt to both grower and agent. If we can bo change our farming as to send less grain out of the country and more beef, It will be better for the soil and conse quently for tho success of American agriculture It Is time now to think of this beet production for the foreign winter market, since fodder of all kinds can bo purchased now cheaper than af ter It is stored In winter quarters. And cattle will fatten easier In fall than at any other season. Fall Seedino Is the specia...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 15 September 1877

H. V. Mobthimbb, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT " Live and Let Litre." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOI V..NO; 42. LEHIGllTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1877. Subscribers out of County, $1.20 Railroad Guide. JJOIITII PENN A. IIAU.IIOAD . Passengers (or Philadelphia Trill leave Lehigh Ion as follows i 4S:47a. m., via. L. V. arrive at Phlla. et &15 a m. JH2 a. in. via L. V. " 111 6 a. m. 11:07 1). m. via h. V. " " 2-iOp. m. i:.rp. m. via L. A a. " " C:4 iu.m. as p. m. via L. V. " " VM p. m. .Returning, leave depot at Perks ana Amen, can St., Phlla., st 8:15 unit 9:43 a. m.t 1:1'. p. iu. Jan. 1. 1877. ELLH OLAUIC. Agent. jpIULiA. to HEADING) UA1LROAD. Arrangement of Passenger Trains. ATJOUST 2ND. 1877. Trains leave ALLEMOVNai f ollowsi (via rtnuioiici branch.) For Philadelphia, at CM, H.03. a.m.. '3.1.S and 6 i"i p. m. SUNDAYS. For Philadelphia at 3.21 o. m. (VIA KASf rPNNA. URASCII.) Tor Rending.! 2.30, 5.50,8.55 am., 12,1a. 210. J.30 and 9 05 p.m. Tor It...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 15 September 1877

KDtTOR LKIIIQIITOX, PA.i SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT. 15, 1877. Democratic Nominations. STATR TICKET. Supreme JmlsroJoliii Trunkov. Vormniro. Andttot (lenernl William B. Schrll, IlciMiml. State Tre'isurer Amos It. Nove. Clluton. Republican Nominations. STATE TICKI3T. Supreme Jndgo Jw II. Bta-rett. Al1c?hfny. Auditor Qpnoral J. A. M. I'asimoro, hfhuvlMM State Treasurer Vm. U. Unit, Montgomery. Tlio latest returns from Maine In dicate that Conner's majority over nil other candidates for Governor will be f, about GOOO. It Is estimated that tlio Senate will stand S3 Kenuhllcans to 3 Democrats. Tho House, as far as re ported, stands 07 Republicans to 20 Democrats and 2 Grecnbackers, with 20 undecided. It is belUvcd, fro.n meagre returns, that tho Constitutional amendment limiting tho elective fran chise has Deen defeated, and that limit ing municipal Indebtedness adopted. The Apostles of the Mormon Church, with J. W. Young and Daniel Jit Wells, tho consellor of Urlgham Young, published a circ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 15 September 1877

Society Meetings. I.IFIlttTO CASTLE, NO. 78, A.. O. K. OF Tim M. C. 2nd and 4tb Monitor of each montn. In Ho. ber'e mil. tohlituton, at 7:30 o'clock r. u, W. K. Bennlnger, 8. K.U.I S. 11. OUnani. e. K. R. a. UN Ant TtUTTltN tODOS, 1,0. O. P.. meotn every Tnoailay evening, at 8 o'clock, In itobor's nail. Alfred Beclt.iM. O. i H. II. Ileber, Secretary. WiTUcnKX Tninit. No. 212. imp. o. of It jr., meets In Helier's Hall .eie yHiitarilnY. H. L. Oacgna. Sacncm I U. W, Mcllil, O. of 11. ronO TtiOA Ti'Jbe, No. I7l'. trap. o. It. W., meet on Wednesday evening of encli week, nt 7:30 o'clock In rubllo Bcliool Hull, WelBsport. Pa. C. v, Soliwab, 8.1 Jac Hronpr, c. of It. LlDIQtiTON LODOK. No. t.1t. IC of P.. meet! on Friday evenings, In ltebcr'a Hall, at 7iro o'clock. It. Gaumer, O. C. T, It. ltatcluT, k. of It. an d H. AtlvcrtlHln? Kates. We desire it to bo distinctly understood tbat So advertisements will be Inserted In tbo col ran, ot TUECakdon Advocate tbat mnybo "eaeivod from unknown port...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 15 September 1877

AM ACT To Facilitate tiie Collection of Taxes in tiie Counties of Caiibon and Luzerne. Section 1. Do It enacted by tho Sunato and House of Representatives of the Com monwealth of Pennsylvania, Id General Assembly mat, and It Is hereby enacted by tlia authority of the same : That the collectors of all taxes which may1 be levied In the counties of Carbon ami Luzerne, shall wlt!iln thirty days after the receipt of their du plicates, give notice by not less thai six written or printed handbills, posted In con spicuous places In their respective boroughs, townships or districts, that payment of the taxes contained In their duplicates, will be required within a certain tlina from the posting of such notices, not less than thirty days thereafter. Sgctioh 2. That after tho expiration of thf time mentioned In such' notice, It shall be lawful for the collectors, In addition to the methods provided by existing laws for Dm pTirnrrnmpnt nf tlin navinent of taxes, to ulve written lists or notices...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 22 September 1877

H. Y. Morthimer, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. V.. Not 43. LEIIIGI1TON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1877. Subscribers out of County, $1.0 Railroad Guide. N On.TIIl'ENNA.llAlLUOAD. Pasecnirors for Phl'ndcluhla win leave Ltehl ch. ton as follows t SM7a. m., vi. L. V. arrive at Phlla. at 6:13 a m. ?M2 a. in. via L. V. ' II: 6 n. in. ll!07p. m. viaL.V. " 210 1). m. 2:2dpi m. via L. A S. " " 6:40 u. m. .ID pv ni. Via L. V. " :S9 . m. .Returning, leave-depot at Perks ana Atuerl. an Bt-, Phlla., ot 8:16 and 9:43 a. m.t 2:1S. p. tu. Jau. 1, 1877. ELMS ULAItK, AReut, plIItiA. fc READING) RA1LKOAD. Arrangement of Passenger Trains. AUGUST SKI'. 1877. Trains leavo AL L, EI TO W N as follows t - (VIA 1MIIKIQHICX 111UNCII.) For Philadelphia, ot C.5J, H.03. a.m., J.1S and t 55 p. in. SUNDAYS. For Philadelphia at 3.2J n. in. (VIA EASf TR.N.NA. 11RANCII.) For Rending, t 2.3tl, 5.GU, 8.01 a m,, li.it. 2.10, 4.30 and 9 05 ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 22 September 1877

II. V. M0RTH1HCR, I.F.UiailTON, PA.t RATUnOAT MJUNINn. SEPT. 22. 1877. Democratic Nominations. 8TTK TIOIEKT. Snpreme Jodie-John Traiikof. Vo.nn!. Aiilitor (leDcrnl William II. Sclioll, IlmJfurd. Htato Tre'nurcr Amos U. Novos Cllutan. Republican Nominations. STATE TIOICRT. Snpremn Jnljo-JiU. II. Bto.-rott. Allegheny. Auditor Oenornl-J. A, M. l'asniorosclmylllll State Troasarpr-Wm. H. Jlart, 31 onttrnmcrr. The Republican Delegate clectln n will bo hcMl'to-day (Saturday). Tlio polls will be open at tlioJIIotel of TI103 . JIantz from 7 to 9 o'clock p. 111. Tlio Convention will bo held In ttie Court Housa, at Mauch Chunk, on Wednes day the 20th, at 2 o'clock" p. in. Tho Stato Convention of Green backers met Wednesday InSWilllanis port, adopted a platform, nnd nomina ted the following ticket : Judge ot the Supreme Court, Benjamin S. Beutley, of Lycoming county; Auditor General, J. E. Emerson, of Beaver; State Treas urer, James L. Wrlght,of riilladclphia. Gold opened In the stock rooms, nt...

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. — 22 September 1877

Society Meetings. rlHITO OASTLt., No. 78, A. O. K. OF TUB M. O. 2nd and 4tli Mnndav ol each month, lu lie ber's Uull. Lculffliton. at 7sc lo'c ock i ,M, W. K llenuluger, 8. K. O. i S. It. Ullhain. U.K. n.B. ADBS nUTTSN IinOB. XO.C3B, I. O. O. P.. meets every Tuesday evcninR, at 8 o clock, In Honor's nail. Alfred Beck", el. O. i H. u. Ileoer, Secretary. - nAn T n m f.. meets tnltebor'sHall cTOiyBatnruav. il. lj. qargns, Sachem 1 0. W, Delhi, O. ot It. on Wednesday evenlnit or each . wf. hi ?mu o'clock tnl'ubllo school Hall, v elsP''rt. I. C. W. Schwab, B.i Jao. Urong, C. of It. uianios Lodge. No. Ml. K. .of P.. meets nn irrlflno nrpnltiA? s. In HobOr 8 11011. ni7:J'll o'olocn. It. Oaumcr, C. O. f. it. llatclirr, K. ot It. and S, Advertising Hates. . . .. i.a ln.4u In ffin tnl. eiveu rrom minnow.. iuii.c . unu. ., o. uklt terms. ... . u .--I. Insertion JO Ct. six Months, per Inch each Insertion 1 t ts. Three Months. , iOCts. Less than three months, first lnscr. tlon (I. each sntiseqno...

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