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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 22 September 1877

t PARAGRAPHIC. Recent heavy mini In Putnam and adjoining counties, Fla , liavo caused the oranges to split which will greatly reduce tho crop, Tho great Corliss enclno of tho Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition Is ou Its way hack to Providence, and elxty cars aro required for Us transpor tation. A colored barber in South Adams, Mass., has Just received $9,000, left for Dim In trust by his father until he should learn a trade, aud ho Intends to take a four years' university course In Philadelphia. Georgia will voto on the ndop'lon of the new Constitution on tho first Monday In December, and In tho mean while the newspapers aro discussion; tho location of tho capital; Atlanta and Mil lidgevlllo have each their advocates. An effort It being made, on behalf of come or tiie Indians or aiiauu county, Intl., to havo taxes heretoforo paid by them refunded, on the ground that as the tribal relations aro still maintained, their property Is not taxable. During the last ten years 1,133 persons h...

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. — 29 September 1877

53RSB! Option mm ,, . ' . . ... . . ).. , ...i... ,,.,,..,,, .,JIM. H. V. Moethimeb, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. V., No; 44. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, FENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1877. Subscribers out of County, $1. 8 Railroad Guide. jq-OUTII PE NN A. 11 All.n AD . rasseua-ers for Philadelphia mil leave Lchleh. ton as follows M1 2:47a. m., via. X.. V. arrive at Fhlla. at CM a m. 7MZ a. m. via L. V. " 111 a.m. llrJ7p.m. vlaL. V. " ". 2-i0 p. in. Slid p. m. via L. S. " " u. n. p. m. Via I V. " '' W:50 j. m. Returning, leave depot at Perks ana Amen. anBt.. Puna., t 8:15 rnn 9:45 a. ni.i I-.l,p.iu. Jan. I. IS7. ULLIs CLAHK. Agent. plULA. to RUAD1NQ RAILROAD. Arrangement of PnsseDger TraiDS. AUGUST SND. 1877. .. Trains leave ALLEf.TOA'N aifollo-si- (wi. ni'Dtrmuirtf nn IVPII.I FnrFhlladelubia. ut (..Bu. U.M. a,m., J.1S and t) p. m. 1UNDAYH. ror PbUadelphli at 3.15 d. in. IVU Kilt PKNMA. llllANCH.) Tor Rending, t 2.30. 5 O...

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. — 29 September 1877

H. V. MORTIIIMElt, .... KDITOR I.KII1QIITON, TA.! SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT. 59, 187T. Democratic Nominations. STATE TICKET. Sopremo JiiiIko John Tranter. Venango. Andttor General William B. Schell, Hedford, Btale Trmaurer Amos U..Nores, ciiDton. COUNTY. BUI rlct Attomoy-E. R. Slowe-s. M'h Chunk . Republican Nominations. State ticket. Bnpreme Jndge Jas. II. Sterrett. Allegheny. Auditor Ocnerat-J. A. M.. Pas3more..fichuylkrll State Treasurer Wra, B. Hart, Montgomery. COUNTY. District Attorney Io. M. Kalbf as, M. Chun. At tlio Republican county conven tion, held at the Court House, Mauch Chunk, Mr. Jos. M. Kalbfus, a brother of Daniel Kalbfus, Esq., was unani mously nominated as the candidato of that party for the District Attorneyship. Time makes all things even, and Gen. McClellan may find In the enthus, lasm which dictated his nomination for Governor of Now Jersey by the Demo cratic Convention list week evldenco of tho fact that tho acknowledgments of the value of his services, so lon...

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. — 29 September 1877

Society Meetings. ISFISITO OAlTLlt, No. 78, A. O. K. OF TI1E M. C. 2nd and 4th Monday of each month, In Ite berli llall. Lehtfrhton, at 7;30 o'clock r. H, W. K. Bennlnger, H. K. U. 1 8. B. Ollhatu. e. K. ft. a. DEADEN IltJTTKN 1,01)0. No. 68S, I. O. O.T.. meets every Tneedav evening, at 8 o'clock, In Ruber's Hall. Alfred Heck, ti. U.i N. II. Ilebor, Secretary. JtlTUCHKN TBtDK. No. S3i. Imfi. O. nf II. M., meets In Keller's Hull eve.y Hntnrtay. II. L. Ganglia, Baehem i O, W. Delhi. C. ot It. Pono rooA TRlnK, No. 171, Imp. o. II. M., im-et on Wednesday evening ot each week, at 7:.K o'clock. In Tnlillo School llall, Welssnurt, I'a. C. W, Schwab, 8. Jac. llrontr. C. of 11. X.MUonTON LoDOtt, No. 234. K. of 1.. mcota on Friday evenlnRS, In Itebefa llall. at7:ro o'oloos . It. Qanmcr, O. O, T. it. listens, K. of 11. and 6, AtlvcrtlNln? Kntes. We denim tt to bo distinctly nndorstood that tio advertisements will lie Inserted In the col umn ot tiieUaiidon Aiivocatr that maybe -esetved from unk...

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. — 29 September 1877

OONCLDITKD FROM PIIWS PACE wero married tti the f prlne. It was lie, my husband, Theodore Manton, who, five years 020, carried Bran down tn the aea tl&t, for he had grown too old and feeble to walk without pain. There, m I told yon before, Bran died) with Ma hend la my lap, and Theodore mado his grave on the little liluff we always called ' Baved.CralR a.Bran.' A part nf etcry year we (till pas at my old home, and my white haired father has found new friends and his dearest companions la two wild, sturdy boy. PARAGBAL'lIIC. Gold hairpin') are now worn by tome ladios. The James Lick monument Is being made In Montreal. Pittsburg has nbout twice ns many lawyers piauticlng at Its bar as In 1878. The Alumni of Tola College re aiding in California have formed a Yale Club for the Pacific const. One of the present panel of Grand Jurymen In Allegheny county lias Just been arrested for participating in the July riots at Pittsburg. Miners from Wllkesbarro and Bcrauton and surrounding ccunt...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 6 October 1877

H. y. Moethimee, Proprietor, INDEPENDENT-" Live and Let Live. $1.00 a Year if.Paid in Advanco. VOJt. V.,Noi 46. LEIIIGIITON, CABBON COUNTV, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 0, 1877. Subscribers out of Couiity, $1.20 Railroad Guido. jgORTIIPKKNA.IlAlL,UOAD'. ' , Fasseniers for Philadelphia win. leaVo Lculrrh' ton as follows i 3l47ai m., via. L. V. arrive at Plilla. at 6:45 a ra. Jil2 a. m. via L. V. " IDS a.m. U:i)7 p. ra. via I V. " ", 2-iOp.in. j!Mp.m. VlaL. ASi " " 6:40p.m. $:Z9 p. m. via L. V. 44 " Vtso p. m. Iletnrulnir,leavedcpotat rerks and Ameri. n St., I'm la., at 8:15 and MS zilf. p. ra. Jan., 1. 18jj ' ;ELLIt)LAH,K:. Aitcnt. pllIUA. ii IIUAU1NU KAlLROADt Arrangement of Passenger Trains AUOUST 2ND. 1877. Tralna leave ALLErsTOWN as followal- (TU PKHKIOJ1KK DBASCUil JTor Philadelphia, at 6.60, 11.03, a.m., M.lS.and a is p.m. . SUNDAYS, for Philadelphia at 3.2) d. m. I VIA EASl' rRNNA. BRANCH.) Jfor Rendlne;, t 2.30,6.60, 8.06 am,, iz.il, 110,4.30 and 9 06 p.m. For Ilarrlsour...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 6 October 1877

EDITOR LEniOtlTON, TA.I SATURDAY M3RNINO, O0T0BRR C, 1877. 'Democratic Nominations. STATE TICICIET. Supreme Jnitae John Trnnkor Venango. Auditor General Wllllan II. Soholl, Bedford, etito Treasurer mm B. Noves, Clinton. COUNTY. DIaiitat Attorncr-E. It. Slewe-s. ITh Chunk. Republican Nominations. STATE TICKET. Supreme Judiro-Ja.. It. Storrott. Allejrhsny. Auditor Gonoral-T. A. ta. Pasjmore.Rchuylklll State Treasurer Wm. u. Hart, Montgomery. COUNTY. l)ltrlct Attornef-Jo. M. Kslbtus. M. Chunk- At Tuesday's .quotations the green back ami national bank noto dollar were respectively worth 07.09 cents In gold, while the bullion in a UZH grain silver dollar had a gold; value of only 02.43 cents, the paper dollar being thus shown to be worth In gold cents more than the silver dollar. : The President said Tuesday to Mr. Leonard, Uepubllcan Congressman fiom XiOutsiana, that, from what he-had Been duilng his recent trip South, he believ ed the Southern whites "were really anxious to accord to t...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 6 October 1877

5H9B! MS Society .Meetings. I.1FIH1T0 OASTLI. NO. 78. A. O. K. OF 1IIC U. O. 2nd and 4th Monday ot each month. In lln. ber'aUall, Lehlghton. at 7,20 o'clock r. M. W. K. Uennlnger, s. K. C. S. 11. ailham. S. K. It. H. OMADIX HUTTM I.OD0E, No. 636, I. O. O. F.. meets every Tuesday ovenlng, ot 8 o'clock, In ilebar'a nail. II. Kostenbader, iN.O.i H. B. Reber, Secretary. llBIOCnsM TBIBE. No. 238. Imp. O. ot R. it., meets In Iteber'a Hall evaiySsturdav. It. L. oaggna. Saehom i O. W. Delhi. O. ol It. Potto rooa TBTDE, Ho. 171. Imp. O. It. M meet on Wednesday evening of each wees, at 7:T0 o'clock, in rnbllo School nail, Welssport, ra. c. w. senwao, s. jao. Jirong, v.. oi iv. Lvrnairrox Lodox, No. 531. K. of P., rneeta on Friday evening. In liebere iiaii. at v. o'clock. It. Oaumer, O. O. T. It. llatcliff, K. otn. and 8. AdvcrtltJlng Itatcn. We dfflro it to be distinctly understood tint no advertisements wlU hetnaertod lntbo col umns ot tuiCabdon Advocate that maybe e)elved 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. — 6 October 1877

Flro In tho Patent OElco. Tho firo In the Patent OQco at Wn'btntrton, on Tuesday, d'.atroyod a toonsldefftb'o portion of tho building. Bat was proven ted from Bpread. log to adjoining property! A. dispatch from Washington sva that the report) that several other Ares boe ont In tho city aimultanoonsly with that at tbe Tatent Ollloe, anij that they were tho work ot an moendiary. Is nmrue. Two op three Are occurred In tho neighborhood or the Patent Office, canned by marsa fiom that balldinir. hot wiih the exception ot n livery ttahln belonging to Oheen & oeoorn and S toe le ntil I A Oo.' galvanised Iron oormoa work on O street, they were promptly aubdued with ttirht Ior None of the 11 rp were the work of Incenfliarr. The otlElnal copv of the Declaration of de pendence and relic of General Wnshln.on. which were on exhibition In tao ha I of the milti building, were saved, as. was Oisitiie 'i anktin prtntine pro-a In the small bill. Hinco theflvnes have been enhdued, nnl iheul,iiais h...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 13 October 1877

INDEPENDENT-" Live and Let Live." H. V. Mouthimee, Proprietor. $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advanco. LEniGHTOX, CARBON COUNTY, TENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 13, 1877. Subscribers out of County, SI. 20 VOL. V., Not 40. Railroad Guide. nronTii pehsa. railroad . Paaaontera for Philadelphia win leavo Lchlch- tan aaiouowat -i7o. ra.. vu.L. V. arrive at rhlla. at 0:45 a m 7:12 a. m. via. U V. " 111' a. m. 11:07 p. in. via L. V. " " ziop.m, S:2p. m. via L. & a. " " 6:4) o.m p. m. via L. V. " " li:50 p. m, Returning-, leavodopot at Rcrke anil Amcrl last, rnila., 0t8;15 ana una a.m.: 1:15, i. ui. Jan. 1, 1817. ELLIS GLAUK. Agent. piIIUA. i RBADIICO RAILROAD Arrangement of Passenger Trains. AUOU8T 2ND. 1877. Tralna leave ALLEMOWN aafollowai- ivia PRnutnMRV nRAKnif.l jror Philadelphia, at c.60, li.oi. a.m., 3.15 and a as p. m. SUNDAYS. For Philadelphia at 3.2.1 p. m. Vor ReadllK, 2.30, 5. CO, 8.15 m 12.15. 2. 10, 4.30 ana v p.m. Vnr TTnrrl.hnrir. ft 0. M.M a. m.. 12.15. 4 30 P.m. 1'or Lanca...

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. — 13 October 1877

II. V. MORTHIMBR, rutTOR LGIIIOIITON, PA.: BATCRDAY MORNINO, OOTODKR 13, 1S77, Democratic Nominations. 8TATK TIOICKT. Supreme Jinl-to John Trnnkev Vonangi. AnJitor Oenoral William n, Schell, llei'tord. State Troiaorer Amos 1. Novo', Clinton. COUNTY. District Attomnv-E. H. Hloivo-a.'M'h Cliunk. Republican Nominations. STATE TICKET. Supreme Judge Jaj. II. Storrctt. Allegheny. AnilUor General-J. A. M.. raB'moro. fccliuvtMll State Treasurer Wm. II. Hart, Montgomery. COUNTY. DWrlct Attorney Jo. M. Knltifns. M. Chunk The lateatSreturns from Olilo'lmll cnte the election oC the Democratic can dUlate for Governor by a majority of at least 25,000. Tho Democrats will probably havo 15 maJoritytln1tlio Stato Senato and 28 In tho Homo. "'Boom 1 Some Idea of the magnitude of the petroleum trade In this State, and tho Immense amount of capital Invented in It, may be formed from tho fact that there have been sunk 20,000 wells, the estimated cost of which Is put down by tho best authorities at $170,0...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 13 October 1877

C..-r Av,c,o "o. 3? 5 t. JW July 1H77 the 5Hr Tir tn v;.m r ir.r, vai LEY C-r. a, - sir excitement wns created inour borough on Sundiiy 1 i l ffnre noon, by the report tMat a young man had been shot rH i ti,ln'''l - few miles up the Mahoning valley while engaged snnlinj c a'Tif;, The particulars of the affair as we learned , appear to be Eibu ; follows: Late on 5aurcday night a party of 'joys md y iu- j mp", r inning in age from 14 to 21 yrs . , consisting of Jamer. Purko, li.i klley, Patrick Ct'Dnnnell No.1 and 2, Francis Milloy, Minus Br.hox , William McLaughlin, William McClean, William D.,vis, Hugh n'D. ,!, nnd Frank Brndy, left S. H, and proceeded to the M honing ii'l y, with a supply of baskets and fi6it pails, which they prnpnqd t- fil with stolen fruit, before the formers were about 5und, '1om. A h h -torn of rain accompanied by vivid flashes of lightning ,dri "-p.r r if ic -v 13 of thunder, passing over ihn vallBy between 3 P.. fl, 'p wcrr irrlledto seek shelter, which they...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 13 October 1877

Society 'McctinBS. HITO OAMt.lt, No. T8, A. O. K. OF inn M. C. znaana 4tn Monaayoi eacit moum. u ber'B Hall. Lcblghtou, at 7i30 o'clock P. M, V. K. ncnoingor, 8. K. C. t s. It. atlnani. e. K. It. s. to If ADEN HUTTE.1 LODOH. No. 8, I. O. O. F.. - m Annnlnr n. S n1rter. In ruber's nali. II. Kostcnbader, a.O.i IS. D. lleber. Becrotary. IIIIDCUKN Tbibe. No. 2J2. Imp. O. oj B. Mm meet in HeDer'sunn evoiy f hiuiubv. ... li. Gaggtia. Sachem i 0. W. Delhi, c. of . TOBO TOCA TRinE, Wo. 171. Inii. O. U. M.. meet on Wednesday evening ol each week, Ht i:p o'clock in Publio fchool 11U, Welssiiort. I'. O. W. Schwab, H.i Jao. Broug. C. of It. X-IIliaUTON I.ODOK. No. Ml. K. of P.. meets on Friday evenings. In Hobcr's Halt, at J:.0 o'clock, n. Gaunter, 0. C. T. It. Halcuff, K. of It. an d B. Atlvcrtlslng Itatcs. We desire It to be distinctly understood that ho advertisement wlU he Inserted In the col nranaot THBCAiinos AnvocATE that may ho -e'eived from nnknown parties or firms nnloss icompanled Wi...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 13 October 1877

Similar .Schools, omen op urcnr.TAiir ) PBKK'A RTATB HAI1H4TII HCIIOOU AfSO. CUTIOS. ilECUANICTllUlHl, J'A. ) PnAJtnn Fon Sunday-Schools. " Fraying always with all prayer and supplication In the spirit, anil watching lliereuntowlth all persovcrauce." Eplt. vl, 18. The commltteo of tlio Sunday School Union, in concert with kindred insti tutions, have Issued n circular and ln vlto all Sunday school teachers and friends of tho voung to set apart Octo ber SSth and 20th as tho days of united supplication on behalf of Sunday schools for the present year. 1'KOCIKAMME. It Is suggested that tho following nr rangment should, as far as practicable! bo observed : That on tho Lord's day rooming, October 28th, from 7 to 8 o'clock, all christians in private offer prayer on bo half of Sunday schools. That the opening engagements of tho morning school do preceded by the teachers meeting together for prayer. That ministers bo naked to preach special tenuous upon the claims of Sun day schools. That In...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 20 October 1877

miim INDEPENDENT " Live and Let Live." 1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. H. V. Morthtmer, Proprietor. LEniGIIT'ON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'Ai SATURDAY MORNING, OOTOBER 20, 1877. Subscribers out of County, $l.sd Vdlr. V.,Noi 47. Railroad Guide. OltTH PE1IK A.IIAILRO AD . i .sen ireraforPhlladelnhla win leave Lehlah. 5?a."uu! via? L V. arrlTe at rWla.'at 0:15 a. m. 7!tZ . ra. via U V. " 1H07 p. m. via L. V. ' " ?'l,?,,!2' IiMp. m. via L. S. " ," .6:,2",m' faoplrn. MaL. V. " " . v:50p.in. Returning, loavn depot at Perks ana Amcrl. an St', Pain., at 8:18 onrt IM5 u. m.; ::15, p. to. Jan. 1, 1877. ELLIS CLAMO. Agent. piULA. HBADINQ UA1LH.OAD. Arrangement of Passenger Trains. AUGUST 2ND, 1577. .. Train leave ALLENTOWN asfollowsi (VIA PKBKIOMEX DBANC1I.) Tor Philadelphia, at 6.W. 11.05. sum., J.U and IS p. m. y SUNDAYS, for Philadelphia at 3.23 n. m. . IVIA EABf VrSSA. BllANCU.) Vor ROadta. t 2.30. 6.G0, 8.M a m 12.1S. 210. 4.30 and 0 0G p.m. For HairlaDiire. 1 60, .M a. id.. 12.15. 4 30 p.m. Yo...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 20 October 1877

II. V. MORTIIIMKR, editor LRIIIQIITON, PA.! RATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1877, Democratic Nominations. STATE TICKET. Paorerao Jmlco John Trankov Venango. Auditor Oeneral William B. Scbftl. UeOfont State Treasurer Amos B. Novea, Clinton. COUNTY. DUitlct AttornoT-E. It. Blowers. M'h Clinnt. Republican Nominations. STATE TICKET. Supreme Jnilge 3m. n. Storrett. Allegheny, Auditor OeneratJ. A. Ji. I'flsamarGs.NchuyUll. State Treasurer Wm, B. Hart, Montffomerr. COUNTY. DlHrlct Attorney Jo. M. Kilbfa. Rt, Chan k The Extra Session. Congress met at noon on Monday last. In the Senate the credentials of Stanley Matthews as Senator from Ohio, J. I). Cameron tvs Senator from Pennsylvan ia, and D. It. Armstrong ns Senator from Mhs.iurl, were presented, and the Senators sworn lu. Messrs. Anthony, of R. I., and Bayard, of Del., were ap pointed a committee to join a commit too appointed by tho House to wait up on the President. Without doing any further business the Senate adjourned. Senators Morto...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 20 October 1877

Society meetings. JtrUHIO OitTtl, No. 78, A. O. K. OP Ttil it. O. and ana 4tn aaonaay ox eacn iuomvu, iu ber'e anil. Lehlghton, at 7i80 o'clock p. H, W. K. Denmnger, a. n. i 01 w uhuwu, e, it. 11. a. ntn-mtf T.nnnE. 77n.AflS. t.O. O. F meets every Tuesday evening, Rt 8 o'clock In Reber'e nan. u jkusteuusucr, a. 0. Reber. Secretary. li-rccnsx Tama. No. 1M. Imp. Oi of H. M., meet! in iieberauen cveiy mwjhih. L. Ohiiii, Sachem 1 0. W. Delhi, 0. of II. yoao Pooa Tnnw, No. 171. Imp. o. II. M meet on Wednesday evening of eacn week, at 7:30 o'clock, in i-nmio bcuooi unu. Pa. C. W. Schwab, 8.1 Jao. Brong, c. of It .iHianroN Lodoi. No. 534. K. of P.. meeta on Friday evenings, in Beber'a mil. nt 7:Bp O'ClocHi K.vuneiiVrU. . K. of R. Mid 6. Advertising nates. We desire It to be distinctly understood Hint Bo advertisements win Deineeraeo mine woi- nni nt Till! HlklinH ADVOCATE th&t tDftV DO -oielved from unknown parties or fflrroa nnless 11 icompanled with tho dsn. Tho following are nruai.i...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 20 October 1877

PAItAGHAPHIf. Three of Goorela's Superior Court Judges have died this year. The cigar makers of Pittsburg nro about to organize a union. The debt of the State bf Virginia Is $33,109,325, exclusive of sinking and literary funds, An effort 1s being made In Heading (Pa.) to establish a city park at the head of Penn street. --The Lancaster Examiner says the shipping of tho largo tobacco crop of Lancaster county has been begun. Tho King's County (K. Y.) board of Supervisors have decided to establish a theatre for the amusement of lunatics. The telephone Is about to bo Intro duced Into tho coal mines At Pottsvlllo as a means of communlcatlu with the outer world. Tho long strlko In tho Iron ship building tradeon tho Clyde Is estimated to liavo cost tho wnrkinm between $350,000 and 400,000 in wages lost since April. Tho Municipal Council of Paris Is said to have decided to namo a street of that city the "Kuo Washburne," after the late Minister to Franco, Mr. Ellhu B. Washburne. Tho members ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 27 October 1877

INDEPENDENT--" Live and Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. H. y.'MOETHiMEB, Proprietor. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, 1877. Subscribers out of County, $1.20 VOJj. V.,Kfoj ,48;- Railroad Guide. JjJOUTII rENNA. ItAlI.no AU'. Passengers for Philadelphia will leave Lehigh, ton aB follows i ... ;7a. in., ti. It. V. arrive at Fhlla. at 0i45 a m. 7)42 a. lu. via L. V. " 1 US' m 1H07 p. m. via I V. " ". 2-10 p. m. J:Jrip. .vlaL. AS. " ' 6:1) u.m. f!2p.m. via I V. " " v:50p.ru. ileturnlng.leavedepotat Rerks anil Amerl. aa St.. Phlla., at 6:15 anil 8:15 a. m.i 2:15, p. m, Jan. 1. isrr. ELLIS CLARK, Agent. pilILA, 4s READING UAlLUOAD. Arrangement of Passenger Trains. AUGUST 2ND. tS77. Trains leave ALLEfs TOWN aatolrowst- (VU VKBKIOHES UAAKCn.) or Philadelphia, at 6.5U, 11.05. a.m.. 3.15 and t.n p.m. SUNDAYS. For Philadelphia at 3.25 o. in. (VIA EASlTF.VNA. UIUNCU.) . Tor Reading, 1 2.30. 5.GU, 8.05 a m 12.14, 2.10. 4.30 andB0Sp.m. . For HarrtsDnrg. 6 ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 27 October 1877

titter. EDITOR tmiratiTox, p.! SATOHDAV MUSNINd, OCTOBER 27, ISj;. Democratic Nominations. WTATK TICKET. Rupreme Jndar-rohri Trunker Venango. Amlttoi Oeaoral William B. 8cuoll, Bet'ford. State Trenearfr Atuoi n. Noves, Clinton. COtJ.ITV. District Attomor-K. It. Blewera. M'h Chunk. Republican Nominations. STATE TICKRT. Supremo Judro-J its. n. Uteirrtt. Allertenr. Auditor General-J. A. M. PasmoroKchnylklll eiate Treasurer-Wm. B. nart, Montgomery. COOMTV. Dltrlct Attorney-io.. M. Kslbfas, M. Cbnnlc The cost of carrying the Inland matl9 for the next fllscal year Is fstl mated at $20,889,270 73, on Increase on thu estimates for the current year of Z,U30,297. Mr. Henry S. Talntor, the expert employed to ascertain the amount stolen from the City of New York by the Tweed Ring, reported Wednesday that the total-was (20,000,000. Hie total funded deb'ts of the three leading cities at the periods of tho last official statements made were as fol lows : New Tork, 121,810,183 80 j uosion, f43,oUO,...

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