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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 1 December 1877

... - J -Kruirro Omtli, No. 78, A. 0. lor Tfra M. C. lad and 4th Monday ot cacu0ntb, In Be. ber'a nail. LohiRbron, at 7i'cio,ck r. M, w. ll. uenninger, u. a. v. t iiv. uuuara P. K. K. m. ' BXADE5 nuntit iavdok. no. eA. o. o. t meats every TOcsday evenings i o'clock, ID iieoera nan. 11. jioturauat- w.o.j it, D. Iteber, Secretary. Mkrocnis tbiA.. So. n:. imp. 4'0i n.w., mceti In ltebera Ilall eve y a.-VdnT. J. It. BeMa, Sachem l O. W, Delhi! of n. Po'no Pool Taints, Wo. 171, Imp. o. int., meet on Wednesday evening of each wk, at 7:30 o'clock. In X'nbilo School Hall, l-issport, C. W. Bohwab, H. Jao. Bronle. o( 11. LrnionTOX Lodoi, No. 254. K. or. V, moots on Friday ovenings. In lteber's lit at 7:30 o'e:ooK. u. uaumer, u. u. i iwiatcun, E. It. S1KWEIIS, CISTHIOr ATTORNEY A COUNSI,on AT IiiW, oftick. Nn. 2. M" anslon llonse. iTAVjciiatttmlr. i Atatluut Estates, Finns- Accoanta and Or fjanrt Pr.ictico n anoclalty. Trial of onuses carefnllv attended to. . tail transactions In KnKirsh ana a...

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. — 1 December 1877

J. HPS STATE NEWS. There wcr 203 deaths In Philadelphia last week. A Tioga man has 16,000 heads of cabbage stored away. There are about 2,500 adults In Reading who cannot write. Tho Reading railroad paid out $85,000 in the coal regions the other day. Up to Saturday last Lock Haven had hipped 31,091,000 feet of lumber for this A lady whoso name la unknown died in tho cara between Tittsburg and Greensburg I afew dayaago. ....... ricinityof Jlahanoyareahippingcoalofany Mill iwn nn norma mir nt mtw.nrm in inn I consequence. During tho month of October $1,230,410 worth of merchandise was imported into tho port at Philadelphia. A Berk" County shoemaker manufactur ed "medicated boots." Their peculiar vir tue is in tho heel. Mrs. Girton, of Shamokin, cavo birth to triplets recently. Bho had previously had Tmn rrTUM, , ,., A llttlobor ntBlnlrsvllIrt nrvifif n ,lili mn i filled with hot water. Ho was so severely scalded that ha died next morning. Edwin U. Fitler, a Philadelphia mer chant, is ...

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. — 8 December 1877

INDEPENDENT" Live ana Let Live." 1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. H. V. Morthimee, Proprietor. LEIIIGIITON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1877. Single Copies, 3 cts. VOL. VI., No. 2. Railroad Guide. N 'OltTlIPENNA.UAlIiROAD. J.-1 T...n rrer. forPhlladelohia Will leaVO LChlgh. m!. vi Ji. V. arriyo at Phlla. at 0: a. m. r.'tla ni. TUUV. " 1 UK'S a. in. ii-07o m.TiaL.V. " " 2:10 p.m. ? 5 1 m. wa I V. " VsS0 m- RMuTntag, leave depot at Berts ana. Ainerl- an St. PallV, at 8:15 ana .5 a.m.i 2:15. p.m. Jan. l. 18777 KLLI8 CLARK, Agent. plIlbA. to KEAU1NO HAIMIOAU. Arrangement of Passenger Trains. NOVEMBER, ISTIt, I8T7. Tratna leave ALLENTO WN as followai- IVIA PBEKIOMES DBiNCH.) .for Philadelphia, at. 8.60, U.M, a.m...H ana a ( p. m. SUNDAYS. """"vaTisvpaNsi.BBiscn.1 or Reading, t 2.. S.50. v.US a m 12.15. 2-10. 4.30 t" n?rftS. 2.2) S 50. 9.05 a. m.. 12.15. 4.30 TMLtneaiter and Columbia, 5 50, 1.05 a.m. and J0p,m. tDoet not ran en Monday. SUNDAYS, JorBeaainn.2.30a.m.and05pm. or ...

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 December 1877

II. V. MORTHIWKIt, KDITOR LKIIiailTON, PA.: (SATURDAY MOKN1NO, DKORMBKH 8, IB7T. The number of failures In Kovcmbernt New York wore about tho same as in Octo Ixr, but the amount of liabilities about two million dollars, aro fortunately only one half a much. Tho War Department has Issued orders for the departure of a number of troops in fantry, cavalry and artillery to tho Rio Grande, tt Is stated that these troops are sent to the border solely for the protection of tho settlers on the frontier, and not because of any new complications with Mexico. The estimates of tho Secretary of the Treasury for the expenses of tho Government for tho fiscal year ending June 30th, 1ST!), aggregate $280,888,796. The estimates for tho current fiscal year were $299,011,071,but the amount appropriated by Congress was $220,968,070, or $72,043,601 less than the estimates. At TitUburg, on Saturday of Inst week, the following July rioters were sentenced : Daniel Moran and Alexander McAllister, for maliciou...

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 December 1877

flnclctV BIcetlBRN. mruiTo oastl. No. It. a. o. jL of tub m. 0. tndand 4th slondayot each montn. In Be. bar'a Hall. Lehighton, at 70 o'clock F. H, T. K. BdDOlDCer. B. A. U. I ea JW umuhu., e. k. n. h. nkm Tt tfT-rw Tyirwi. No. S.RH. 1. O. O. F. meets every Tneeday evening, at Su'rlock, in lteoera nail, n. jvuswnuauer, as.u.i B. Beber. Secretary. WTCtn!t,TID. Ho. 313. Imp. O. of It. M,, meats laaieuer a nan uydij obiuiuom It. Beets, sachem i O. W, Delhi. C. of B. aono POCA TBins, No. 171. Imp. O. II. M., meet on Wednesday evening of encn week, at , :30 o'clock, Tn rnbno school Hall, wefmport. r . o, w. trcnwap, s.i J ac. Airoug, v u HBTOBTO Lorra. No. Ml. K. of P.. meets n Friday evenings. In Keber'a Hall, at T.ro oaioca. it. uaumor, i.. u .. JK..OI av ana w. t ta I ft AdvorllHlng Itntcn. We derlrt it- to be distinctly understood that no adwUfenreOU will be Inserted In the col umns of TtieCarbok Advocate that maybe oielved from unknown parties or firms unless accompanied with, the CA...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 8 December 1877

Lynch law Its Origin. James Lynch Was mayor of Galwny, Ire land, in 147!. He hail mado several voy ages to Spain, and on one occasion brought homo with him the son of a respectablo Spanish merchant, named Gomez. Walter Lynch.lhc only son of tho mayor of Galway, was engaged to a beautiful young lady of good family and fortune. Preparatory to the nuptials tho mayor gave a splendid en tertainment, at which young Lynch fancied his intended brido viewed his Spanish fiiend with too much regard. He accused his be loved Agnes of unfaithfulness to him, and she, irritated at his injustice, disdained to deny tho charge, and they parted in anger. On tho following night.whilo Walter Lynch slowly passed tho residence of Agnes, ho ob served young Gomez to leave tho house, ho having been invited by her father to spend tho evening with him. In tho madness of his jealousy Lynch rushed on his unsuspect ing friend who iled to a solitary quarter of tho town near tho shore. Lynch maintain ed tho pursuit ...

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. — 15 December 1877

1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance H. V. MouTHiitEit, Proprietor. LEHIGHTON, CA11BON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1877. Single Copies4, 3 cts. INDEPENDENT" Live ana Let Live." VOL; Vl. No. 3. 'i 'i 11 1 Railroad Guide. N' OIITII I'BNNA. II AH.UOAD . Panoncore for Philadelphia will loavo Lehigh isn as roiiows t :17a.m., vli.X.. V, arrlvo at Phlla. at M5 a. m. H;'i5n. m. lit: a. m. Tia u. v. S: 10 p. m. :i(lp.in.vlL.AS. " " :riv.m.viL,V. " ... " ..M: UOaraing,loavoaepui.i.v .vj. "X'V " Bt.. Phlla., at 8:15 and 0:15 a. m., 2:15, p.m. "an. 1, 1877. ELLIS OLAUK. Agent. ptUL,A. d ItEAUIWO ItAlbUOAD. Arrangement of Passenger Trains. November, bth. is"7. , i Trains leave ALLENTOWN a followst- 1U PUBKIOMES BRANCH.) Tor Philadelphia, at 0.50, ti.os. u.m., .15 anil b.CS p. m V SUNDAYS. For Philadelphia at 3.25 o. m. y (VIA EA8V l'F.NNA. BRANCH.) Tor Reading, t 2.30. 3.G0, 0.05 a m 12.15, 2.10, 4.30 For HarrtsDurs. 2.20 5 50, 9.0J a. in., 12.16, 4.20 For Lancaster and Columbia, 5 60, .03 &am...

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

to teta SMMwte. II. V. MORTIIIMKK, . EDITOR LtlllailTON, PA.! SATURDAY MOfKttNO, DKCKMRKR 15, 1877, Tho California Amiably Thursday unanimously adopted a resolution tneviously jiassed rj the Senate asking Congress to levy u per capita tax of $250 on Chinese immi grants'. TIib announcement is made, from New York that the Assay Ofllce in that city .Wed nesday transferred nineteen tons of puro sil ver to tho Mint lu Philadelphia for subsidi ary coinag. A telegram from Washington stales that tho receiving teller of tho Redemption Agency has prepared a list of counterfeit national hank notes, which will soon he is sued. "It is so arranged thatany one, with out being a judge of money, can detect a counterfeit.', "Touch mo Gently, Father Time," is tho title of a now and beautiful song aud chorus, by Charlie Baker, author, nf tho fa mous "Ho Holds the Fort of Heaven." Dealers are ordering it by tho thousand. Tho whole country will soon bo singing "Touch mo Gently Father Time." Any music dea...

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. — 15 December 1877

BBy4I Society Meeting. JIMKITO OiSTLB, No. 78, A. O. K. OF rtlK.0. lad and 4th Monday of each month,-In Re txfa Hall. thlKhtotf, 8t 7;S0 o'clock Pi M, W. K. llcmnlnger, B. K. C. I S. B, ailham. f. K. 11. B. , BAADKR ituttttK IDOB. 0.8S, X.O. O.F.. meets oery Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock, In Reber's nail, n. Koatenbader, a.U.t H. D. llebar, Secretary. MBTCOHM tiunB., ? MJ. Imp. O. of It. M., mull In llotvnftU eveiy Saturday. J. II. Been. Sachem O. W, Delhi. O. of n. ono Poci THm, JJa 171, Imp. o. It M., meet on Wednesday evening of each wee, at 7:30 o'eloek,.ln PnblloBcnnol Hall, Welssnort, Pa. C. W.8chwa1, 8.1 JacBrong.C. of It, X.SDI0UT0H fcODOI.,No, 231. K. of P.. meets on Friday ovenltfgs. m Usher's Ilall. at 7:ro o'clock. V, oaumcr, O. C. T, it. KatcUff, X. of R. nl B. . Adv4rilfeln$ Rates. We desire It to bo distinctly understood that n6 advertlaements will bo Inserted lntbo col umns ot the tumsox AtovocATB that maybe eielved from unknown parties or firroa. unless itcompanled ...

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

l'AllAUKAl'IIIC. Wheeling, W. Vn., is lo have a "Mother Gooso Sociable." ' " Pronouncing matches" have s crccd cd spoiling nintehe". There ore 100 Artesian wells in San Ber nardino valley, California. Arrangement! nro being mailo in Balli inoro for n gran J baby show. Four of tho music teachers practicing their profession in Pittsburg nro blind. Tho total number of jicnBioncrs on the books of tho Pension Office, at Washington, is 232,101. A child nt Berlin, Ont., tho othor even ing, was choltcd to death by a mnrljlo which it had playfully put in its mouth. During tho recent freshet on tho Susque hanna nearly 275 rafts containing 12,000,000 feet of lumber reached tho Lock Haven boom. Now Hampshire is to have a new State rrison, which is about to bo erected at Wont Concord. Tho cost of tho fctructuro will bo about $200,000. Boston's oldest inhabitant died on Sun day. Her namo was Margaret Mahoncy, and her age, as returned lo tho City Regis ter's office, was 1 09 years. Tho Duko of Nor...

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. — 22 December 1877

INDEPENDENT-" Live and Let Live." 1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. H. V. Moethimer, Proprietor. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY; PA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1877. Sliigie Copies, 3 cts. VOL. VI.; No. 4. Railroad Guide. jq-on.TiiPKWNA.ltAii.noAU. Passen gera tar Philadelphia wlU leave Lehigh, ton follow ! .. (:47a. m vl. V. arrive gt Phils, at Mo a. m. ua a. m. via L. V. ' iliia.m. 11:07 p.m. viaL. V. " " 2l0p. m. p. m. via L. S. i" " .fciop.m. :Ilp.m. VUL.V. " V:50p.m. Returning, leave depot at Perks actt Amcri. aa BC Phlla'., at 8:15 and :45 a. m.iC.15, p. in. Jan. 1, 1917. , ELLIS OLA UK, Agent. pIIlliA. A IUuADINQ UA1LKOAD . Arrangement of Passengor Trains. NOVEMdER. STH, 1877. Tralna loave ALLENTpvyN ai followsi - (VIA PKBKlOMfS BBthClI.) S?or Philadelphia, at e.W. 11.01. a.m., -J.1.1 and I II p. in. RUNDAYS. Vor Philadelphia at3.A m. ViviA BASf rcui. nnmcn.) or Reading, 1 2.30. a.00, 9.i a m., ltis. 2 10, 4.30 . ar.dsoop.m. Por llatrfiDorc. 2.3)5 51), .03 a. in., 1U5, 4.30 .0i p. m. , ...

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. — 22 December 1877

11. 7. MOUTIIUIKR, KMTOR LKUItHITON. PA.: SATURDAY MORNING, DKCKMItEIl fcl, 18T7. 0. F. Ballard, Representative In the State Legislature from Delaware county, was arretted st Media on Wednesday, and held in $3000 bull, on the cliargo of embezzling the funds of the Media Building Association. There arrived at New York during No Tember 4745 immigrants, of whom 1848 were females. Oftho whole number, Ger many cent 15S3 ; England, 841; Ireland, COS Russia, 410; Italy, 249; Austria, 192: France, 178; Scandinavia, 163; Scotland, 153; and Switzerland, 9S. It ts understood In Washington that the twelve years's feud between Mr. Conkling and Mr. Blaine lias come to an amicable termination. The cause of the reconcilia tion was Mr. Blaine's espousal of the Conk ling side in the contest over the New York nomination. Senator Conkling was greatly touched by the "frank attitude" and timely assistance of Senator Blaine; compliments followed; andvfricndship to enmity succeeds. The organs of the Democr...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 22 December 1877

it. siEwnns, blBTtllCr ATTOIWEY & COUNSELLOn li JjAW. Omcx. No. 2, Mansion Home, VATJUTt cilItiNK. PA. ..Settling Estates. Filing Accounts and Orphans Court Practice n specialty. Trial ol causes carefollv attended to. Logil transactions in iagnsa ana ut-rmait, j SATCftDAY MOHNINQ, DKCEMBEIt 22. t87. Local and Personal. Ladles coats made to order at lowcs. tub. prices, at T. D. Clauss". Beavers and Matalasscs Clotln for ladles tloalu a specialty, at T. J). Ulauss'. New 'styles of fall and winter boots, ahoca and gaiters, at T. D. Clauss', at lowest cam prices. The Slwwflake Suitings nt 10 cents per irard at Nusbauin 3c Son's are attracting arje crowds daily. . Manv cotUumDtlves ore now Usinc Df Frailer! Iloot Bitters anil Cough Syrup with remarkable success. Examine the printed label on this paper .nd see how your subscription stands h m. debted please remit-. Fall and winter styles of hats and caps, for men and boys V-ear, at T. D. Clauss'. at Tsry lowest cash price. Pleasant as...

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. — 22 December 1877

pi i mill' . ii mwmM WwM ANECDOTES OF FAMOUS J.EN. Mr. Tctcr Harvey, recently decontoil, bi ographer of Daniel Webster, was a warm Twrtonal friend for many years of that re nowned American but ho was a dignified Uoswell. Caring llttloforpcreonal fame from liis literary work, ho left a memoir of Web ster to be published (as it has boen) after his (the biographer's) own death. Tlio book abounds in personal anecdotes, and among these are two which portray characteristics of the thrco famous Americans, Webster, Benton and Calhoun. There are many pcr tons living who van recall the thrill of hor ror which ran through the country during Mr. Tyler's administration, caused by the explosion of the great gun called "The Peace maker," on board tho U. S. ship Princeton. Col. Benton, the distinguished Senator from Missouri, was among tho party of excursion ists on the Princeton. Up to tho day of tho casualty, Col. Benton, and Mr. Webster had been estranged ; and for many years, as Mr WobsteV info...

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 December 1877

1 I . . H. V. MouTnbinu, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live aild Let Live." 1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance VOL. VI., No. 5. LEIIIGIITON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1877. Single Copies, 3 cts. Railroad Guide. JTOIITH PBNNA.nAlI.UOAD. raises ecru for Philadelphia will loavo Lchigh ton aa follows) . fctf a. m via. L. V. arrive at Pnlla. at 0:15 a. m. 7UJb.ui.vUUV. n:"s a.m. 11, (On. m. vlaL. V. " " 2-IOD.m, i:tp. m.vlaL. AB. " " 6:40 .m. liJIe.m. vlaL. V. " " tfcMn.ni. .Ilotarnlng, loavo dopot at Jlcrks and Ameri can tn., pnua., at s:io ann who a. ih.i r. ui. Jan. 1, ISJ7. ' ELLIS UliAitK. Agent. plIIUA. it UKADIMG UAILROAD Arrangement of PasscDgcr Trains. NOVEMBER, 5TII, 1877. . Trains leave ALLEN TOWN an f ollowal via iwnKinMltw lmANCII.I For Philadelphia, at C.60, 11.03. o.m..l.W and .... p. m. BUND AYS. For Philadelphia at txi o. m. IVIA harc itrvvA. nnANCll.) tor Reading, t 2.30. 5.50, DM a m 12.18. 2.10, 4.30 For IlarrfsDiirg. 2.30 5.50, 9.05 a, n) 12.15, 4.30 9.0J p. ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 29 December 1877

lie ivttm ,tiwmU. II. V. MORT.IIMBK, EDITOR LKU1QIITON, PA.! SATURDAY MUUMINO, P.ECKMUER 29, 187", The aIgneea of tbo Reading Savings Bank, which has been adjudged bankrupt, on Saturday furnished the U. S. Marshal a tatement, showing the liabilities of the bank to be $'054,803, and Its estimated nsscts $930, 7U8, A large proportion of tho assets are considered worthless. The leading merchants, bankers and business men of Chicago have signed a mem orial expressing their sympathy for tho fin ancial views of the President and Secretary of tho Treasury, and requesting their Seua tors and Representatives in Congress to op pose oil legislation contrary thereto. They believe the prosperity of the country will be best promoted by adherence to tho single standard of gold and the resumption of specie payments on January 1, 1879. In Baltimore the observance of Christ mas were very undemonstrativo, a drizzling rain having prevailed all day. Dispatches from Toronto say the extraordinary mild nes...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 29 December 1877

Advertising Rates. We dentr it to be distinctly understood that oe advertisements will be Inserted In the..col ornnaot thkOaebos Adtocatk that mar be -ojolvedtrora unknown partie" or flrraa nnleM eom ponied with the Casu. The following are or only terms. Atreitlaementa for 1 yeir, per Inch eaeh Inaertlon I0ct. " Bit Months, per Inch each lnserllon II Cta. ' Three Months. " ' M Cts. " Less than threelnonths, first Inscr. tlon IU each subsequent Insertion 29 Cts. Local notices 10 cents Dor line. H. V. MOItTIUMEtl, Publisher. Society iftcctlngH.,, "MmtTO OAf L, No. It, A. O. K. OF Tn'i M. C. 2nd and 4th Monday 01 each month, In Re. ber'a Ilall. Lehlghtotl, t 7:30 o'oiock p. H, W. K. nennlnser, S. K. C.t S. B. Qilnam. OXADBS HUTTM LODO. Xi.W 1. O.. O. F.. meets every Tuesday evontng,.nt J o'clock, In Jleber's nail. II. Koiteuhadei1, A.O.i N. D. Iteber, Secretory. -"UrrucnxN tubs. No.jes2. Imp. O- of It. W., meets In Beoer's UStl eve y fwtnrdaV. J. K. Iloeis. eachem : O. W. Delhi, c.of 1...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 29 December 1877

Woman ns Described by Various French Authors. Only lio who has nothing lo lioK3 fur from n Woman U truly Bincoro In her praise. Vntalani. In everything that women wrilo thoro will bo thousands of faults against grammar; hut alio, to a certainly, alwaya n charm never to lio found In the letters of men. iTtulamc Jc Maintcnon. Stcn can bcllerphilosoplilzootitlioltuman lieart., hut women can read it belter. F. F. It is a universal rule, which, na far aa I know, has no exception that great men always resemble their mothers, who impress their mental and physicial mark upon their Eons. Mkhckl. A woman frequently resists Iho loves alio foota, but cannot resist Iho lovo she inspires. - Mmlamc Fte. Lovo in a woman's life is a history i in a man's, an episode. iTadamc tic Stacl. Thero exists among women a secret tic) liko that among priests of tho samo faitii They halo each other,yet protect each other's interests. Diderot. No woman, even tho most intellectual be- 1 ioves herself to bo decided...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 5 January 1878

INDEPENDENT- Live ana Let Live." $1.00 a Year if Paid iu Advance. H. V. MoRt'niirEU, Proprietor; LEIIIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1878. Single Copies, 3 cts. VOL. VI., No. 6. Railroad ti-uide. jqtHlTHFENliA.KAll.npAD. p aasentrcrs for Philadelphia will leave LchlRh. ft".". t. arrive at Fnl!.. at oi m. Iiiza. 111. vlaUVi " ' Hi a. m. snip. m. via C. 8. " ''.'JS-S: t'Zipin via L V . UiSOp. m: fleturnlua-,lcave,dopotot Perks and Ainerl. can St.. rhlla'., at SilJ and D.M a m.i S:lt , P. in. Jan. 1. 18(7. KLLIH OLA UK. Agent. pVtiUA. U KBAPINU UMLUOAn. Arrangedient of Passenger Trains. NOVUM. RER. 5rn. 157. , TTalna leave ALLEM'O WN f. tollowst- (VI I-ltlUUOMBX BBiSCIl.l ror Philadelphia, at 8.6J. H.M. a-nu sift and 4,lpm- SUNDAY. fat Philadelphia at 3.21 o. m. i imnuf rfs.vA.BBAiicn.) Tor Rosdlnir, 1 2.3U. 6W. v.in a m l'iio, l. i:d0 05p.m. . , lror lUtrisDurg. MliSO, 9.05 ft. m.. 12.15. JoV Lancaster and Colombia, M. 1.J5 a,m. and r 413 p.m. IDoes not run on Monday ...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 5 January 1878

n. V. MORTItnlKR, . . hDITOK LRIUUUTON, rA.t AATORDAY MOtlNINCl, JANUARY 6, 1878. Governor Hartranlt and lady will hold their urst reception on Thursday evening of next wick. A. reduction of wages on the Jcrssy Ccn lr.il Itallroad ia announced at New York until Letter times. It is thought the em ployees will ba wise enough to avoid another fruitless gfrilte. Tho argument ltet of cases to bo taken up by tho Supreme Court at their Philadel phia term, commencing on Monday next, hfs just been issued. It contains In all 320 cases. The losses by firo during November were exceptionally heavy, amounting in tho United Mates and Canada to $7,210,000, on which the insurance losses were $4,850,100. These figures are much heavier than for November, 1876. Lehigh Valley Railroad officials deny the New York Herald report that tho Loco motive Brotherhood engineers will bo dis charged. It seems, tho Herald says, the organization is going to pieces becauso of tho heavy assessments growing out of tho l...

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