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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 27 October 1877

k Society Meetings StmtTO tUatLB, No. , A. O.K. or TUB M. o. tod met 4tb Monday of each month, tn Ke. bar's Uall. Lehlghton, t 7;t0 o'clock r. M, W. K. Bennlnger, B. K. C. a, R. Ullnsm. y. K. n. a. (JgADKK H0TTK.1 LODOK. No.tHS, I.O. O. .. meats every Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock, in neosr s uau. ji. u.uiicuunuur, cu.i a. ft. neper, becrewry. &tn-rrfoutf i-Ttt. Wa. Tiai. Ttnn. O. of IL tnoeu In Rebcr'a Hall evaiy Siitnrdav.. .J. 11. Beete, Sachem i U. V, Delhi, U. ot K. Poao Pooa Tntra, No. 171. Imp. o. n. m., ttKetj on Wednesday evening of eaon sw-ok, at ti.' i o'clock, tn Pnoilo School ll-iil, We iaip'.rt Pi aw, Schwab, s.i Jso. nroog, C vt It. fjcntaDTOX LOWJK, No. Sit. K. of P., meets s Friday evenings. In Roberta nail, at 7:'.fl o'olook. It. Dimmer, C. C. T. 11. ItatclltT, JC.otR.and 6. Advertising Kates. We ostre it to be distinctly understood that tao adverflsenmntj will ui inserted In the col Ximnsot tbgOardok Advocate that niavbe ,elved from unknown pai-tien or firms, ...

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. — 27 October 1877

CONTINUED FROM FIRST TAOE. stopping me. Wlif n I declined, lio ro marked : " Well, llils la bad ImMness, nnd I renllio It as forcibly ns you can. If I was rich I sliould spend my time writing Sunday school bocks and taking care of orphan children, but I can't keep money long enough to enjoy It. I nm, liowavcr, trying to reform. I don't commit 0110 robbery now where I used to commit three, and It really Ftlnm my conscience to run off a Government inulo. I want to make ouo big haul, and then I'll live an houest, upright life ; Indeed, I'll bind myself to start a reli gious weekly somewhere I" After some further general talk, ho brought forward a proposition that wc should go partners In making tho " big haul" ha had alluded to. Numbers of soldiers were being mustered out every week, and most of them received up ward ol a hundred dollars from tho pay. master. Being all from tlie'East, they went home In gangs of from ten to thlr.y, taking the cars nt Weston. To reach Weston from the for...

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. — 3 November 1877

H. V. Moethimer, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT " L'lVB and Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance VOL. V.,Hoi .40 LEIIIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 3, 1877. Subscribers out of Conuty, $1.20 - W MM I aHllf f , Railroad Guide. N' OnTUPKNNA.llAlLUOAD. Paasentera for Phlladelshla wUl leave Lehigh ton asfoltowai !47a. m., via. L. V. arrive at Phlla. at Ct4S a. ra, ?: a. m. via L. V. " ' llswsa. m. 11:07 p.m. vlaL. V. " 2M0p.m, aiain. m. via L. AS. " " ti40n. m. p. m. via L. V. " " V.SOp. m. Hemming, leave aepol at iierks ana Amen. san ut.. i'nua., at 8U& ana u.m a. m.i i;io, p. in, Jan. 1, 1877. ELLIS OLA UK. Agent. pUILA. UEADINQ KA1LHOAD Arrangement of Passenger Trains. AUGUST 2ND. 1877. Trains leave ALL EN TOWN m follows, i ivia picnKinuav nRAW-tt.l J"or Philadelphia, at 6.30, li.oi. a-m., '1.15 and .. p. m, SUNDAYS. Vor Philadelphia at s.23 p. m. ivia earc PRvyl. nnAWCir.i Vor Reading, 1 2.30, 5.W, 8.W a m 1113, 110, 4.30 ana v no p.ui. I'or Lancaster 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. — 3 November 1877

Jw (Stortoro SI tout. U. V. MORTlltMBR, KD1TOR LKIIIQIITOX, PA.: SATUHDAT MORNINO, NOVEMBKR3, 1877. Democratic Nominations. STATE TICICKT. Supreme Judiro John Trnnkor. Venango. .Unilitni Ueneml William II. SohoU. BoiJIord. etata TiO!iurcr Amm 11. Kotos, Clinton. t COUNTY. MM tlct Attorner-K. n. aieworn. M'h Chun Ir. Ecpublican Nominations. STATE TICKET. Bnprorao Jniljte-Jiu. n. Btorrott. AllOKheny. Auditor Qenoral-J. A. M. I'luwnorc.schuylliUl BtatoTieMurer Wm, B. Hart, Montgomery. t. Dl.trlct Attorney Jo'. M. K ilbtn. M. Ch nnlc Our correspondent, " KlolmrU," writing fiom Washington, under da to of the 24th, lilt., gives us tho following " peep" at some of the lending Sena tors : Mr. lllnvoo In . d to lio (till nmbtttcui for Iho riewtli'iicr, butevi-n his liioims oro not over imuivuIiio of his ffiicccMs In that direction. He rruWR olil. 11m fac shows tlio vrai fi-res ho hns men thibiiff!). Ilo Is Rrowmi? corp 'lent ami ljowhohusthoso name ewollou cite es nnuer uud over ills eves th...

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. — 3 November 1877

Society Meetings JlrtStTO OlltU, No. 75, A. O. K. OF THE M. C. Ind and 4tH Monday ot each month. In lie. ber'sUall. LeblKhton, at 7i80 o'olock r. u, W. K. Wenninger, a. K. 0. i 8. II. Ullnaia. H. K. R. U. BIUDIK UUTTB.t Lnpni. No. CS9, 1.0. O. f.. meets every Tuesday evening, at a o'clock, la iteber's nail. It. Kustcubadcr, j.0. W. B. lteber, Becrotary. XBTticnzx Tsim. Mo. SSI. Imp. O. nt n M., meets In Iieoer'a Hall evcty fsatnrdav. J. 11. liens. Bachem i U. W. Uclbl, a ot It. Poao PoclTuIDS, No. 171. Imp. 0. 11. Mmcct on Wednesday evenlne of each week, at 7:30 o'clock in l'ublle Bchool Hull, Weljsport, Pa. C. W. Schwab, s.i Jac Drona-, c. ot It. LlUlanTOH LODOE. No. 334. K. of V.. meets on Friday eteninns. In Usher's Hall, ot 7:ro o'clock. It. oaunier, O. 0. T. it. Itatcliff, K. of It. and B. Advcr.lHliig ItatcH. Wedf'slroit to be distinctly understood tliat no advertisements will be Inserted In tho col. umnaot TiinCiitnoN aiitucatx that rosy be -ojelvediromunkuownpartio.or' Arms ...

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. — 3 November 1877

Origin of Names of States. ESMMne takes its mme from the Prov loco of Main, In Franco, and was so called In compliment to tlio queen ot Charles I., Henrietta, Its owner. New Ilampslilre Brttcalled Lnconla from Hampshire, England. Vermont from tho Green Mountains (French, verd mont.) Massachusetts, from the Indian lan guage, signifying the country about tho great hills. Rhode Island gets Its name from the fancied resemblance of the Island to that of Rhodes In the ancient Levant. Connecticut was Mohegan, spelled originally Quon-eh-ta-cut, signifying "a long river." Now York was so named as a compli ment to the Duko of York, whose brother, Charles II., granted to him that territory. ..Hew Jersey was named by one of Its original proprietors. Sir Qeorge Carter, after the Island ot Jersey In the British Channel, ot which ho was governor. Pennsylvania, as Is generally known, takes Its name from Wil'lam Fenn.and the word "sylvanla," moaning woods. Delaware derives Its namo from Thomas West,...

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. — 10 November 1877

INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." 51.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. H. V. Morthimer, Proprietor. VOIii Vi.lTo; $0. Railroad Guide. N1 OftTIIPBNrf A. RAILROAD. PaasenaereforrbllaJlelohlawUllcaVeLehlKh. ton as follows t 1:17a. id., vi. I. V. arrive at Fblla. at 6)15 a. m. ?! a. m. via L V. r' llS"Sa. m. ll:07p. m. vlaL. V. " ". S lop. in. 9:18 pirn, via L. AS. " ,l 6;tD.m. : p. mi via L. V. " . " . U:50 p. m. iletarntnir, leave depot at Berks and Amen tia St.; Fblla., at S:15 and 0:45 a. m.j 11, p. m. Jan. 1, 1877. HLLIS CLAItK. Agent. piIIUA. HBAD1NQ UA1 UROAOi Arrangement of Passenger Trains. NOVUM DEriTsTIt, 1S77. Train! leave AIiLEifsTOVVN asfollowsi (VII Amcidiies tnUscitil or Philadelphia, at 0.30, 11.05. a.m., 1.15 and to p. m. SUNDAYS. tot Philadelphia at 3.25 p. m. (VIA EASf TFNNA. SR1KCU.) For Raiding, 1 2-30. S.G0, 0.05 a m 12.U. 2.10. 4.30 and 9 06 p.m. . , or narrfaourg. 2.3)5.50, S.05 a. tn.. 12.15, 4.30 ,.0S p. m. , Tor Lsneaster and Colombia, 9 S3, 9.05 a.m. ana . 4 30 p...

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. — 10 November 1877

KD1TOII LEWCHITON, PA.: 8ATOHDAY MORNING, NOVBMIIKIl 10, 1877. Accotdlug to a telegram from Tcrre Haute, Governor Williams has appoint ed D. W. Voorliees U. S. Senator from Indiana, to fill tbo vacancy caused by Senator Morton's death. "During tho past year 634 persons were arrested for various offences against tho Postal laws, 104 more than during tho prececdlng year j 172 of the cases we're transferred to tho Stato O'ourts for trial. The wbolo number of complaints of loss of registered letters was ,bu, tho reported agarecato value being $34,410. 714 of tho letters were recovered, and 210, valued at $10,510, accounted for by recovery of contents from persons who had stolen them or through whose carelessucss they were lost. The percentage of actual losses compared with the total of letters regis, tered was about one-fiftieth of ono per cent. An carthquauo was felt Sundav morning about two o'clock, In various localities of New England, New York Mate and Canada. At Glen's Falls, Schuj...

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. — 10 November 1877

Society Meetings. sTiUITO OlITLI. No. 71. A. O. K. OF TltE M, 0. lad and 4th Monday of eaoh month. In Bo. bsr'aHall, Lehlghton, at 7i0 o'clock p, M, w. K. uensisrer, u. it. u. 1 . it uunasi, S. E. n. B. Biun nimti Loom. w. bus. I. o. o. P.. meets every Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock, ia uoDtri uuu J L. Jiostemauer, f .Lr .; 0. Iieber, Secretary aTCCBI!( TlIDaVNo. 2W. Imp. O. of B.M. meets In Bebcra Hall every Saturday. X It. Beets. Sachem i 0. w. Delhi, o. cl It. tHO Poo Turn, No. 171, Imp. O. B, M., meet on w cancan fly evening oi eacn weea, at v:.w o'clock, In Pnbllo School Hall, Welsspnrt, Pa. C. W. Schwab, H.i Jac llrong, c. ot It. LtmonTOK Lodok, No. 231. K. of P., meets en Friday evenings. In lleber's null. at7;80 o'clock, n. Oauiner, O. 0. T. It. Itatcllff, K.otlt,and 8. Advertising Hates. We de-Are it to be distinctly nndcrstood that bo advertiaementa will bo Inserted In the col umns ot Tunc lino Advocate that maybe "eielved from unknown parties or firms unless k Icompanted w...

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. — 10 November 1877

BRIEFLETS. -Lancaatcr.haa a society of "Owls." New veils nro edged with Autumn leaves wrought In silk. Fine salmon have recently been caught In the Susquehanna river, above Ilarrlsburg. Pocfeet-hats' of cloth, such as gen tlemen wear, have been adopted by la dles for travelling bats. beetles are embroidered on the points of ladles' collars and cuds. Subscriptions are being received In Reading for the purclmso of land and Its adaption to the uses of a public park. In New York dog fanciers train bull and watch dogs to guard express and licensed vendors' wagons, wlillo tbe drivers are absent In stores or dwel lings. There Is a female blacksmith In tho suburbs of Pittsburg. She Is about forty, a German by blrtb, and for nlno years past has worked at the trade as a Helper to her husband. 1 1 .. 1 ! I .l Y .1 ! .... drug store tho other day, and being suddenly seized with nausea, threw oat attributes their nresence In her stora- nch to tho use oflmpuro drinking water, A "Hollv Tree Inn Co...

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. — 17 November 1877

JV ' . . , . , I . 1 INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. H. V. Morteimer, Proprietor. LEHIGIITON, OAKBON COUNTY, TENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER iT. 1877. Subscribers out of County, $1.20 VcjL. V,No. 51. Railroad Guide. N OUT II I'ENN A. RA11.UOAD . T...n verm for Phllailelohla will leT0 Lehigh- ,Un as follows i :47. m., ti. L. V. arrive at rhlla. at 6i45 a m. 7MS a,,ra. via U V. " U!!'a'm llrW.p.ni. vlaUV. " ". ?:I0 p.m. ,3:J1p. m. via L. ft 8. " " 6:40 n.m. :Mp.m. Tia L. V. " " 11:50)1. m. Aeturnlng.lertva'depot at llcrke ana Amerl. an St.. Fhlla., at-8:15 ana 0.45 a. m.s 2:15. p. m. Jan. 1. 1817. ELMS OLA UK. Agent. piIIIiA. 4 11BAU1NO UA1L.UOAD. Arrangement of Passenger Trains. NOVEMBER, 5TII, 1317. Train, leave ALLENTOWN ai followat- (VU i-KBKIOMES BRANCH.) "or Philadelphia, at 6.50, 11.05. a.m., '3,15 and ,k.6i p.m. SUNDAYS. For Philadelphia at 3.25 d. m. 1 (VIA EASl' vrsuk. BttAHCH.) J7or Uesdlng. t 2.30, 5.00, Mi ft m 12.13. 2.10. 4.30 PorlAw...

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. — 17 November 1877

1 too fefon &vmU II. V. MOHTIUMISK, EOITOK LBIUOUTON, I'A.l MTOKDAYMOKNINQ, NOVEMBER 17, 1877. Tlio nomination of Mr. Joliu WeUli, of Philadelphia, as Minister to England was unanimously confirmed by tbo Senate In executive session qu Friday of last week. -Schuyler Colfax writes to the Chi cngo Times to nay that his notorious endorsement of the cundurangn cancer cute swindle was not Intended for pub llcatton. Ho declares that hu wrote a private letter that got Into print without Ills knowledge ; and Incidentally he ays : "lam now In private lire, with neither desire nor willingness to become a public servant again In any capacity ." The oldest greenback Ave Is under glass at Nashville, Tenn. The Teller of the Third National Bank, In receiv ing a deposit, noticed a five marked let ter A, No. l,and dated March 10, 18G3. It was sent to the Treasury Depart ment, where It was Identified as the first five Issued under the Legal Tender Art. It has been handsomely framed, mud will be pr...

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. — 17 November 1877

Advertising States. Wooeslralt tab distinctly understood that bo advertlssmanta wlU be Inserted in the col xtrans of TBI Carson advocate that mar te rielte4 from unknown parties or flrma unless atcompanledwiththeCAsn. The following are nr 0A1 terms. 4rettlsenienti (or 1 yesr, per Inch each Insertion ...... 10 Ct. " Six Month, per Inch ch Insertion 1 J I ts. Three Months, ' ' 20 Cts. Less than three months, first inser. tlon U exch enbeequent insertion S3 Cts. Ileal notices lOSenta per line. n. V. MORTniMEn, Publisher. Jfj H. B1BWKUS, CIBTRICr ATTOtlNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW Omct, No, e, Mansion Uouie, MATJUlt CHUNK, PA. tiling Estates, F lllng Accounts and Orphans Canrt Pracuceaepecialty. Trial of causes carefully attended to. Legal traaaacUona In Kngitsh and German. Jan v. tMTCBDAT MORNING, NOVEMBBIt 17. 1877. Local and Personal. t you find a X (cross) after your namo on this paper, it signifies tliaty our subscrip tion is over due, and that wo need the money. So please remit. Our stor...

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. — 17 November 1877

HUMOROUS. " I shouldn't cr.re ranch about Iho hugs," said a thin, pain lodger to his landlady, " but the (act Is, ma'am, I ain't got tho Ulood to spare." A. preacher who arrived at a ltlrk wet through, baked an old Scotch wo man what ho should do, to which slio replied, " Gang into the pulpit as sumi as ye can. To'll bo dry enough there." Works of art and sclenco are thrown away on some people. At Washington they have the finest telescope In the world ; aad yet there are some women living who would prefer to look through a key.holo. A Canadian priest lately sued a young man whom he had married, for liU wedding fee, which he stated at $10. The Jury found for tho defendant on the ground that the youth had received no appreciable value. " I will not learn a trndo I" ex claimed the young Chicago blood to his father. But this business of learning a trade Is only a, matter of time, fur within a year that young man was studying harness-making Id the Statu Prison, A lady In general conversa...

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. — 24 November 1877

111 INDEPENDENT" Live and Lot Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. H. V. Moethimee, Proprietor. IiEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PEKN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24. 1877. Subscribers out of Couuty, $1.20 VOL. V.iKo) 52. Railroad Guide. OHTIX PJSNN A. RAILROAD . Paaaengera for Phlladelnhla will leavo Lehtgh- len as follow! i :i7a. m., via. Xi. V. arrive at TOlla. at MS a, ra. ?:C a, m. via U V. " HioSa. ra. 11:07 p. m. via U V. " " 2-10 p.m. iiJOp. m. via L. A s. " s:0p. m. :2 p. m. via L. V. " " ViSOpim. . Returning, leave depot at Berks ana Amerl an St., Phlla., at l:l and : a. m.l S:18. p. m. Jan. i. in7. ui.A.tim akchu jpiIIkA. IIKADINU RAILROAD. Arrangement of Passenger Trains. KnRWnpn RTit isrr. Trains leave ALLENTOWN ai follows t- ,(VU fEBKIOMEX MUKCII.) I"or Philadelphia, at e.50, 11,03, a-m., X15 and .l J p. m. SUNDAYS. Far Philadelphia at J.2J 0. m. (vu BAsr prmnx. nitiitcn.) JTor Reading, 1 2.W, S.W, s.os a m 12.19, 5.10, 4.30 and 9 08 p.m. Vot narrlsourg, 113 8.W, .0S a. ...

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. — 24 November 1877

It. V. MORTHlMRIt, EDITOR LiniGlITON, FA.: BATORDATUORN1NO, NOVKMBHt 21, 1677 With thie issue we conclude the Fifth Volume of Tm Cikbox Advocate. The Philadelphia and Erie Railroad Co. U making arrangement! to lay a double track between Wllliamsport and Bunbury. The complete official vote of thie State gives the following Democratic pluralities Trunkoy, for Judgo of the Supremo Court, 8,520 j Noyce, for Stato Treasurer, 0,901; Schell, for Auditor General, 8,968. Emcr on, the Labor-Greenback candidate for Au ditor General, who led his ticket, received 42,988 votes. The highest Prohibition voto was 2,997. the better. The Family Newspaper, ehould have attractive reading and information for the various members of a household., Some portion of the paper should be devotcd,every woek.to religious and moral Improvement.to current secular news, to agriculture, com merce, markets, iinance,w general literature, 4c.,with a special department for the young. Above all, the Family Newspaper ehould...

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. — 24 November 1877

-Ufa 0 Society Mcctlnga. WUITO OUttI, No. . A. O. k. .01 'TOT it. , C. ma nl 4th Monday of each montn. In no. S" Hell. Lebighton.et 7iM 10 'clock r. . M. W. K. Benalnrer, 8. K. O.i B. B. UUbam. . K. a.' ' iadu hottm lodoc, No. est, l.o.o. p.. qku every Tuesday evening, at 8 o'cloclc, ia neoer'a Hell. II. Kostenbader, xf.a.i W. B. Beier, Secretary. Urrocn twbi. No. su. imp. b. oj n. w., meets in lieoef Hall . jr sa tnrdav. J. II. Bene. Beehem O. W. Delhi, a ol 1U mo Poci teim. No. in. Imp. O. n. M., meet on Wednesday evening ot each mtt. at 7:30 o'clock, in mollo School, Hall, Welssrrt. P. C. W. Schwab, S.i Jab. Brong. C. of B. H.BMOBTOK LODOI. Nxx-iH K. of P.. meeta n Friday evening In Rioer's Hall, at 7:30 o'clock. R. Oaamec, O. C. T. It, Ratclln, K. of it. an a p, We desire it to bo distinctly understood that ' advertisements will bo inserted In the col uran of niBCAHnoK Advocate that maybe e salved from unknown parties or firms unless Bieompanlcd with, the Caen. The following are...

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. — 24 November 1877

4 HUMOROUS. An old negro cook says : "Sass is pow erful good in everything but children. Dey uocda emna odor kind oT drcssin'. " r-An Irishman tells ns of ft fight in which there wni only 0110 noso left In tho crowd, " and thai belonged to tho tay kettle." Hp went noftly behind tho door and laurniured. " I am a man of very quiet tastes." Then he took iv llask from his pocket and tasted something. When a man nnd woman arc made one, tho question is : Which one?" Some times thcro is a longstrugglo between before the matter is settled. -r-Tlio other day a mean msn out in west ern Iowa went oil' into a quiet country place and died so quick that his wife got his in surance money beforo tho company had timo to fall, The president says ho never felt so swindled nnd cut up since ho has been in the business. It was a diplomatic husband who pro tested to his wife: " My dear, if it doesn't mako any difference to youlon't say 'brute' nnd 'dolt I' Use terms milder if not less in cisive. If I must...

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. — 1 December 1877

1 lie itaghm IMfawak H-. V. Moetiivikb, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT " Live and Let Live;" 1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOX VI.. No; E, LEniQHTOX, CARBON COUNTY, TENlfA, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1877. life. ItOAD. MOttTIIPEMNA.HAlUtOi FasienceraforrMIadetpMawluleavaUhiijli. B:ZI U. m. Via A. V. . m. flotarnlnir, leave, depot at rents ana Amort. iSf. rnilt.,te:l5 ani9.Ua.in.j2-.ii,p.m. Jan. 1. 1817. ELLIS CLARK. Aftcnt. pHIliA. llKsADlJiU ItAlLKOAD, Arrangement Otrjssengor Trains. NOVKMRBIt.lSrri, 18:7. . Trains leave ALLBNTOWN folloirii (tu rirsroMcl bbmcii.) iTor Philadelphia, l ft.SiMU.C3. a.m., 'a.15 and sundaL "or PhUASetpbia ats.21 D.in. t IVU KASV rs.s!(irBBiscn.) or Reading 1 2.3d, s.50, 9.u a m 12.1S, 1.10. 4.30 and 9 05 p.ra. Tor IltcrfiDurc, 2.15 5.40, ,05 a, m., IMS, 4.J0 0.0) p. in. , Tor Lancaitir and Columbia, 9 63, 9.3! im.ana 4 jo p. m. t Does not rnn on Monday SUNDAY Tor neadlnir. 2.20 n.ni. nnd im P nmpm. Trains FOH ALLKNTOf N lcava it louoTti: (VIA rEUKIOMEK PB...

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. — 1 December 1877

U. V. MOKTniMKR, EDITOR I.KIIlailTON, PA.! RATORDAT MORNINO, DIXKMDER 1, 1811 Yolnm VI., Number 1. Tliat to-day We npjwar in holiday attire, is because of the'sixth anniversary of our first appearance. Five years have passed sinco first wo made our bow to the public, mid though thoso years have brought disas ter to many a newspaper enterprise, to us they havo boon a period of almost uninter rupted prosperity. True, we have not grown rich, but industry and proper management have always enabled us to add little by little to our utocli of material, and to-day we can truly claim the Camion AdvooatU Printing office to bo equal to any like establishment in the county. We are now prepared to do any kind of Job Printing. Our stock of material is not only equal to, but actually surpasses that of some of those who in the past dissuaded people from calling on us, because as they said we wore not prepared to do tho job for want of material. If this was ever the case, it i bo no longer, and so f...

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