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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 9 February 1878

Advertising Kales. W'odMrolt to lo distinctly understood tliat no advertisements will bo Inserted in tho col nmniol tiih Carbon advocate that maybe -eieived from unknown partio or linns unlesi accompanied Willi tho Casu, Tho following aro nr only terms. Adveithcmentsfor 1 year, per Inch each luseruon , i iu " six Months, per Inch each insertion 1 ills, ' Tlireo Months. ' iOCts. " I.cni than tlirco months, first Inser tion II. vnch suhscauout Insertion SSCts. Local notices to oents per lino. II. V. MOIlTIlIMEn, Publisher. Society Meeting. KFINITO CASTLK, No. 78, A. O. K. OF1IIEM. C, 2nd and 4th Mnudavof each month. In Ro. bar's Hall. Lohlglitou, at 7;1 o'o ock r. u-Us-. Kst:nBa4er, 8. K.C. i S. It. ailuani. H. IC. tl. ii. SXADRN IIUTTEN t.ODaiS, No. 6S8, I.O. O. F. montioverv Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock, in lloaor'a nail. 11. Kostoubader, jn.U.i H. n. ltobor, Secretary. Metuches TnlDB. No. 232. Imp. O. of It. Jr., meets In Iteoer's Ilnll ove y H-iturdnv. J. It. Been, sachem i O. 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. — 9 February 1878

rAltAORAIMIIC. A cultivated car An car of corn. Westmoreland couuty Is entirely out of debt. Tho German namo for telephone is 'Tcrnjirc her." l luiiili hotels tiro now serving sliad, grefn p is and tomatoes. !!ln Out" isn very frequent sign on Cbe !nut Btrcet, I'lilladclntiltu A New York laundry styles itself'n eoe.o-y to encourage the wearing of clean eli r ,." Mr Mirslial, who drat discovered gold 1 1 i "v i a, thirty years ago still lives in fll.li f lie. M idiii::'it funerals liavo become a nc y in Huntingdon, owing to tho preva lence nt' itnall pax. Ti 110 e;ood thing that beautiful snow Is not .me of those things of beauty that tiro joy for.'ver. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Wider, olTalns vtlle. Ohio, celebrated, on Friday last, the sev"iit,p i, anniversary of their wedding. Nni!cnn and Victor Emanuel firft came into power in tho same year, lS19,nuil du-d on Hie f.iiiio day of tho year, Jan. Oth. Vn ngeil negro died in llaltiinore,recent- ly, who w.u Commodoro Decatur's cook. In other ...

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. — 16 February 1878

una H. V. MoBTniMBE, Proprietor INDEPENDENT" Live aild Let Live." Sl-00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL. VI., No. 12. LEIIIGilTON, CA11BON COUNTY, PA.-, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1878. Single Copies, 3 cts. Railroad Guide. jq-OUTII PBSIMA.RAlliUOAD. PassmEcrs lorPhl'odclphla will lcavo Lchleh. (on usfollows: . 3:17a.m. vin.L.V. nrrlrontrhll.i.aU:la m. jnsn. .... vi.fcv. 11,M7p. m. viaU V. " " 7'',0,''--2:j"p. m. vlaL. AS. " " Pv1' "' m !"JturniTi.lo.iv'odPiiotnt Perks ami-Amcrl- . .,.,.. n. g.k .iirt nl n tn 2!IF. II. lu. Jail. '1. JS7." ' ULLIS OLAUK. AKcnt. pUILA. & READING UA1L.UOAD. Arrangement of Passenger Trains. Novrinuii. mil 137.,, Trains lcavo Al.t.EVrO VS nsfollowst (via riiRK.iojiE.1 nntxcti.) ForPIiiladjlpula, at C.0J, li.U3. a.in JK and o S3 p. m. SUNDAY". For I'liilal'ipun at 3.23 n. m. CVIA RAW L'PNIJA. UIIAXCn.) For no t 2.3J. ! CJ, u i i a m.. 1-15. 2 10. 4...0 and ') cr. p.ni Tor ilvrlViiirj. 2.335M, 0.03 a. ra.. 12.1 J, 4.30 U.O" ii. m. , Fur Lancaster anil Colum...

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. — 16 February 1878

U. V. MOftTIIIMEIt. EDITOR LEIIiailTON, PA.: SATURDAY, FEBllUARY 10, 1S78. A point well taken. The New York WccXly H'lfnatputs Has follows: "Half mast that starry flag 1" Why? The Popo is dead, and Mayor Ely says that out of re spect to a largo body of citizens tho flags on the City Hall must bo displayed at half-mast. Out'Of respect to tho Methodists, when Bish p Janes died, nobody thought then of half masting our city flags; but ho was nn American and a Protestant. Hon. Mycr Strouso died Monday in Pottsville. Ho was born in Germany in 1825, came to this country In 1832, and set tled in Pottsville. Ho studied law, and from 1842 to 1852 was editor of tho Xorth Ameri can Farmer, in Philadelphia. Ho was elec ted to the Thirty-eighth Congress from the Tenth Pennsylvania District in 1802, and was re-elected to tho Thirty-ninth Congress. Tho Hon. Charles M. Conrad, Secretary of War under President Tillmore, died at New Orleans on Monday. Ho was a native of Winchester, Va. Ho was an advoc...

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. — 16 February 1878

ilvmlslntr nntea. We desire It to bo distinctly understood I tliM 'no advertlienients will bo Inserted In the i col umns ot TtiBCABnos AcvpCAtE that my ha -e laved from unknown partie' or flrroi. nnlew accompanied with the Cssil. Thofollowinc aro tar only terras. Adyeitlsotncnts for 1 year, per loch each Insertion . ,, !s; Six Months, per Inch each Insertion n I ts. ' Threo Months, ' V ' . Mil Less than three months, first Inser. tlon II. each snbseqaent Insertion 23 Cts. Local notices 10 cents per lino. U. V. MOItTIllMEtl. rabllshcr. Society meetings. KMStTO OA8TL1!, No. 78. A.fJ. IC.OF JI8 tt 2nd and 4th Monday of each inonth, la Me. ber's Hall. I-ehlKhtou, at 7i33o'clock V. u uy. Kostenbader, 8. K.O.i U. n. Ollnna. S. K. it. H. BRADEN HUTTES LODOB, NO. 0S6, I. O. ,... meets ovory Tuesday ovcnln-r, at 80'eloef, mBeber'allall. II. Kostenbader, jS.O.jH. U. Itober, Secretary. MlTUCitEIt ThlDB. No. 233. Imp. O. of 11. M., meets In Heoer'a llall cve'y Rntarday. J. It. lloeis, Sachem 1 ...

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. — 16 February 1878

Tlio Dovil of the Daddlos. T.Inny ji'ilpits nnd some newspapers, says the N. Y. Herald, of last Sunday, have late ly handled as a topic of daily interest to the poplo that unpleasant possibility of nn eternal oxistoiieo commonly known as hell. They have not added any substantial fucts in tho nature of later particulars to what was known before in common reputojbut they have p-rformed n good servico in exhibiting the tato of opinion nnd faith on this impor tant feature in nil religious systems. "And they that have dono good shall go into life everlasting, nnd they that have dono evil into everlasting fire." So says the Athanas ian creed, and so have said substantially all ereeda ever formulated by pcoplo who be lieve in another life; and a theological structure that did not promise heaven to tho good, and to tiie other sort threaten hell or its equivalent, would bo less than half made up. It would bo liko the Court of Oyer and Terminer without any hangman's noose in tho perspective o...

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. — 23 February 1878

. v" INDEPENDENT" Live ana Let Live." 1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. BE: V. 'Mqetiiimer,-, Proprietor. Single Copibs, 3 cts. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1878. VOL. VI., No. 13. Railroad Guide. N ORTIl PISNN A. RAILROAD . r ht'ndeltihla will leave Lehigh. ton as follows i ...... 3: 17s. m., Via. L. V. arrive at Phlla. ntCzlS a. m. JiMB.in.vUUV. ' 'i'lSj'S" 11:07p.m. ylnL. V. ' ' TjitVS' 1:20 p.w. Vliu V , " . " 11:50 p.m. Returning, leaw.dopot at .BerJca and Ameri. iUU At 10iJ. umu . - - plIItA. & HEADING RAlbKOAD. Arrangement of PasseDger Trains. NOVUJtnun. Stii. h?7. Tralnsleave ALLBNTOWN as follows! (VIA l'HIlKIOMEX BRANCH.) For Philadelphia, at 0.5J. li.oj. a.m..3.15 anil ,"P-n,f SUNDAYS. For Philadelphia at 3.21 D. m. IVIAKASf rXSA.BRAKCn.) or Re id'.uit. t 2.3J. S-OD. U U5 a m 12.U. S-10. 4.30 and 'i 0-r. p.m. . ,, . lr lI-trrlsDiirg. 1.3) 5 50, 1.05 a.m., 12.15, 4.30 For Lancaster and Colunttna, 5 to, 8.'03 4.ni. and . 4 30p m. tDoes uot ran on 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. — 23 February 1878

H. V. H6RTII1MER, EDITOR LEU1QIITON, PA.: BATUHDAT, FEDIlUAnY 33, 1878. Quid ri Jcs I is the 'query that ono tan easily answer who has a copy of the Punch Almanack forl878,just published, facsimile of London edition, with its celebrated comic cartoon, sent postago free, for ten cents mailed to I. C. Clearlcigh, Ifo. 317 Broad way, New York. Cardinal Gloacchino Tecci, the Pontifi cal Chamberlnin, was elected 1'ono by tho Oollcgo of Cardinals Wednesday. Ho took the name of Leo XIII. Cardinal Pcccl is an Italian j ho was born on tho 2d of March, 1810, and is therefore in the OStli year of his ago. Ho was a prelate and private refen dary in tho household of Gregory X VI. This Pontiff sent him as Nuncio to Brussels and created him Archbishop of Perugia. In 1853 he was created Cardinal by Pius IX. "Out DAMKF.D SroTT Tho Primary meeting held at the "Centennial Hotel," on eccond street, in this borough, on Friday evening of last week, to "draw" it in the mildest possible light, was a disgra...

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. — 23 February 1878

Svcrtlilnfc Rates. WMlrIt ton distinctly undcxatooi! I that ,-o advertisements will be Inserted In tho col- ajnsot. the cannon advocate that mnruc , "aielved fnaaunHnown'riartiO or "fros mileM Viconrpinieawith tut ciu. Thefoilowing aro or ohlt v&rnu. .'. ( ' Advertlaemeata for 1 jer, per Inch each InMrtlou i . i u t'l - sii tl eMh., per Inch each Insertion 15 eta. Tbrea Nontha. i." i M 20 CM. - Lets than three montna. first inscr. tlon fu each aubeequent Insertion acta. Leeal seucea 10 cents oor line. H. V., MOBTIIIMKB, mhllahcr. , , society nicotines. 'SfAilTO OilTLI, Ko. It. A. Qi K. OF TIM M. ' Inland Ub.Alonday of each monia. In lie. " Ilall. Leblghton, at 7.J lo'clock p. , M. Ky. KoaUnbader. B. K. I). I B. B. Qllnam. .8, id. B.H.- ' . . IADIX Hum I.ODOK. No. 988, 1. O. O. .. meets every Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock, In Ileber'a nail. It. Koatenbader.fi.O.i H. B. Beber, Secretary. 41IUCI1E TMBI..KO. 232. Imp. O. of It. M.. neeta In Reoer'a Hall ejy Sntnrar. J. . It. Deeis. ...

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. — 23 February 1878

11ELIUI0US GOSSIP. Rev. S. Henry Dell has noceptcd n call to tlie rresbytcrian Church of 1'ort Carbon, Schuylkill county. It is a peculiar fact that the frescoes of a church arcs most interesting when the con tribution box begins to go ronnd. The very mention of a collection seems to rouse tho faculty ofself-forgetfulncssanJnbsoiption in some distant object. This abnormal condi tion lasts until tho box -has got by you, and then you suddenly recover and are ready to pray that the hungry may be fed and the naked clothed. llcbert Spencer calls God the Unknow able, which seems very profound, but which Is really only another way of saying "Ho is so far up that I cannot see Him." Huxley intimates that He is the Substratum, which is another way of saying, "Ho Is so far down that I can't eco Him." Now thcro are two things tho peoplo want, which two things they will have before thely isdone First, 100 cents on tho dollar from the govern ment ; and, second, a sufficient amount of courage on 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. — 2 March 1878

...,... - " .... INDEPENDENT-" Live ana Let Live'." H. V. Morthimer, Proprietor. $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VpL- VI., No. L4. LEHIGIITON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1878. Single Copiefe, 3( cts'. if. Railroad Guide. N ORTII PKNNA.IIA1LUOAD . Passengers tor Philadelphia mil lcavo Lehigh, 'ton as follows! 8M7a. mM via. i.. v. nrnvo at i-uuu. m l7H2a.in. VUL.V. ' J"-"1 .-.- -.a, r r .. 2'IQll.lII a!fl..."m.VlL.'B. " ' S-Mu.ui :29 p.m. via Li. V. " "wop m Returning, leave depot at Perks and Auiorl (IB 9C. milB, BIG'Ii nn'i v;m. ip" Jan. 1. 1877t isuwa ijuAiiwt iwi nillLA. It GRADING RAILUOAI Arrangement of I'asscDger Trains. Novisunan. nu. is-7. Trains leave ALLE VfO .VIS a follows! - Fnrrhtladilphla, ut C.5J.' u.m..A and OdT, P.Ill. RUND.VV. For rhilalphli nt 3.35 n- m. I i vt t v it. pr-M-fl . liTtlVCIf.l 7or no idlnvx.t 2.3). 1.GJ. 8 n't a m 13.14. 5 10, 4.30 and o OS p.m. . ' t For llurUa.irs. !.J)5 50, 0.05 a. to.. IMS, 4.30 .o p. nit For Lrncaitor and Columbia, i...

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. — 2 March 1878

EDITOR I.KIIiailTON, I'A.I 6.YTDRDAY, MARCH 2, 1878, Tho Slhcr Hill. The Mitfijwn dent of tho JV. 1. JTcrald, writ from Washington umlcr tho dato of Feb. 27, xjit Tho veto message will pro bably be tent In early on Friday. Report my i that It will bo brief and strong. There l. no inch division in tho Cabinet on the abject as rumors from hero pretend. Of tne nevon members five at leatt hold that the Pretidentoughtto veto the bill namely, Jivart", Snermau, Key, Schurz and Davens. Bjcretary Thompson is befieved to bo tho only member of the Cabinet who is decidrd ly against a veto, Secretary McCrary not be ing urgent either way. There islittlo doubt that the bill will pass over the veto. Its pimgo in the House will bo by a large vote, u most of tho republican and anti-sUvcriien lire anxious that it shall becomo u law, and many of them have made up their minds to Tote for It and against tho veto. In the Sen ate tho vote is so close that e, slight change would defeat tho bill j but t'je 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. — 2 March 1878

jjj n. SIEWEUS, DISTRICT ATTOBNEY A COUKSELlOIl , AT I.A.W. , Office, Kloti'o pniwlng Btoaaway, MAOlin CHUNK, PA. Settling Estates. Flung Accounts and Orphans Court rractico a Bpecialty. ... , Trial ot oansoa carelttlrv attended to. Lega rai tactions In Kngliah and German. Jiup. to toluw ftwmtt. SATURDAY, MAKOU 2, 1678. Local and 'PSrsonal. There are 97 prisoners lu tho Wilkes Urrojall. Basincu at Summit Hill is said to bo Try dull. This it the proper ecason for trimming grape Tine If you warittho oddrtss of your paper changed this spring plcaso notify usin time. James McflorrHottwas killed by falling under a loaded car at Coaldale, Fa., Mon day. Solomon Ycakcl desires lo return Ills thanks to Hon. VT. M. Rapshor for favors rendered. . , Many cinstimptivcs arc rtoVf using Dr Trailer's Hoot Bitters and Cough Syrup with remarkable success. Pleasant as honey, the old folks like It,tho young people like it and the babies cry for it we mean Dr Frazicr's Cough Syrup. Tho Danville, Hazlcto...

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. — 2 March 1878

aa. cdxmcu ynoi rust paoeI. hr, ThopvrrcfillcH with curiosity, but notft spark of pity. "She reached tlio .street. The wind was howling pileously, as though it mourned the'nhumanitv of man. The snow was stlll'fallliijr, In even largir flakes, nnn an irrcMiar, enow-coverej mass upon the sidewalk sadly sliowed the whereabouts of hct household coods. Bho saw it not. The cold snow cooled her revered brow, but could not tothe her frantic brain. It crazed it even more. It WASlikccastingicc upon burning coals. She turned towards the liver. "I sav. Bill, whatever becomo of that wo man we disjKusessed about two weeks ngo? They do say she never moved that furnltuio from tho sidewalk, and tho con had to tnl.o It to the station-house. That is, all ofit that the neighbors Uirfnt steal, and that was prc cious little. I tell vou." "I'll tell you, Tummy. Sco what they've got hero In to-day's p:iier!" Tho body of an unknown woman was found, yesterday, llouting in tiro water at tho foot of Chambers s...

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. — 9 March 1878

m T. . . ' ".-., -,i - y INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." 1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. H. V. Mouthimeb, Proprietor. LEIIIGIITON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1878. Single Copies, 3 cts. VOL. VI., No. 15. Railroad Guide. JQ-OK.TIIPENNA.UA1I.UOAD. Passonncrs tot rhlladolplila will lcavo Lehlffh t m?! vTL V. arrive at rhlla. .IM t. m. 11:07 p. m. via L. V. " t.Vir. !H 2:21 p!m. via I.. A 8. Sljopm plUU, & KEAUINQ UA1L.UOAD. Arrangement of Passenger Trains. NOVHiltlEU. 5T1I, 1ST7. Trains leave AU ENTO WN as i follows 1 - (VIA rJiKKlOMCN 11BANCII.) 5?or Philadelphia, at C.5D, 11.05. a.m..0.1 anil ""V-m- SUNDAYS. For PhllaJrtphli nt a.25 n. ra. (VlAKASl'l'KNXA.BltANCU.) tor noiaina, t .3J. S.50. . a m ia.io. Po HafrKrff. MIMO. 9.05 a. id.. ItW. 4.30 rorL?ucastcr and Columbia, S 53. a.m. and , 4 33 p.m. tlloes uot ran on JtnnOnys. BUNPAiH, For ncaillnT, 2 30 a.m. ami D OA I) m. 'For ll'trrlHlmrt. 2.:i a. in. ana n Oj t). m. Trains FOit Iallu .sTOWN leave as follows: I VI 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. — 9 March 1878

EDlTOtl I.KIIIUUTON. I'A.: SATURDAY, MAKCII V, 1878. A lir-ply. Wo liavomncli pleasure in publishing the following lelter.adilrcssed to tiio Greenback Labor, or National Club, of Denver Meadow, by lion. W. M. Itnpshcr, in reply to a reso lution adopted by that body, anil published in the Itnzleton Sentinel ol tlio 1st Inst., cen suring his course In relation to the Company Storo JJI11. Mr. Itapshcr justifies himself in a manly, straightforward and honorablo manner : H.inntsnnio, Ya., March 4, 1878. To THE GltF.EXBACK-lMllOtt, on Xatiuxai. Club, Braver Mkadow, Pa. Gentleman My attention has been called to a scries of resolutions ndopted by your club, and published in tho Hazlcton Daily Sentinel of Marcli 1st, 1878. The resolution's referred to condemn my course in tho Legis lature, because. I offere'd nn amendment to tho Company Store Hill, and done my best to make tho bill constitutional and reason able in its provisions, so that it would have a chance to pass and beeomo a law, and ...

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. — 9 March 1878

jTj n. siEWEiis, BISTItlCr ATTOnUKV & COONSELLOll AT DAW. Office, Kloti's UnilnlnR D:o lawny, MAUUII CHUNK. PA. settllnit Estates. Fllitm Accounts and Oiphnns Court miotico n specialty. Trial ot cnnwi caroiuliv attended to. Lcfii rnnsactlonsln Jinirlish and German. Jan . Ailvc.Clsii.S Hates. Vode1reit to bo distinctly understood that oo advertisements vtlll lio Inserted In tho col umns ot tueCaiiuox Advocate that maybe -e icivcd trora unknown pnrties or firms unlcs.1 -companicd with tho Cash. Thofollowliif nro ur onlv terms. Advettlsemonts for 1 5 osr, per Inch each Insertion ' Cts. " six Month.", per Inch each Insertion 13 Its. " Three Months. " " ' Wits. Less than three months, first Inser tlon Jl. each subsequent Insertion o CIS. Cocal notices 10 cents iht lino. H. V. MOKTHIME It, Publisher. Society meetings. Tsnstte csti.1!, No. 73, A. o. K. of iiib M, , o 2ndnd 4th aloudav ot each niontn, In llo psr's llall. Lohlshton, at TriJa o'c ocK v. li ny. Xostenbadcr, H. K. C. 1 S. I...

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. — 9 March 1878

Tns BE3T axd ostP orcLAn PgLMdma 13 It invariably Cures Coughs, Cold?, lloarec Hiw. Son- Thiunt , Asthma. Croupimil other Aircctiona ol the Breathing Organs. Its soothing lnflticnco upoithe Irritated Un Ingot tho air passages, Is duo to tho fact that lis Ingredients nro tho n-.ost plilcacous pnltnnn lrnninles known io lncdicolliotanv.tho nasi of tno artlclo bone tho HUSKY of too HOKE. HOUND PLANT, chemlcully united with tho raenlcinnl nilnclnio at tho ADIKH I1AL. AMEA or llalm . f CJllood. There ure, beside... flvo other butanio elements winch give addi tional eiricicy to tlio tlrst named two. 1 hoe who hive used It sav that HALT!"; honey or hoke.iound and taiur not only wonclertullyromcdlc.il In nil cnsojwboro the organs ot respiration are cftectcd hot also Ireancntly servo to iMIovo u verv obstinate cough. It contains nothing that can disorder tho stomioti, a inci mat cwi uo umi im .....i. n, ,.,. fin.. ,'rMili remedies i It lias an CX tremclv turreeabio flivor. and is sold at a l...

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. — 16 March 1878

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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. — 16 March 1878

H. V. M0RTII1MER, EDITOIl I.KIUailTON. i'A.i SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1878. Pnrltcr's Valley Itcconl nskst "Shall Ilia Democracy wallow tlio Nationals?" Not wlillo tliero Is a flevit-in It! Tho New York JlWd thinks that tlie words "In God Wo Trust" on tho new ilol Ur has reference to tho other eight cents. Returns from all hut 1 8 towns In New Hampshire give rrescott, republican, 1,017 majority. Tho same returns elect 202 re publicans anil 141 democrats in tho House. The premium on gold was so low in Philadelphia lost Tuesday, that many of tho merchants were handing it out in making chango with their customers. The premium was only th per cent. A Herald correspondent writing from Washington under date of Tuesday, 11th Inst, says : Tho city has been full of ru mors for somo days of anew attempt to oust tho President, and it has been generally be lieved that such an attempt Would bo made in this direction. It has been rumored that the effort would originate on the the Demo cratic side, but...

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