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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 25 May 1878

SocletyMoollnBs. Xf IKITO CASILI, Ndi TS, At O.'K. OFinB M. O tndanatth Monday 01 each month, Inllo bor's Hall, I.eumhton, at 7i30o'olock p. M. Hy. Koatenbauer. S. K. O. I S. It. Gilliam. 8. K. a. a. 9XADHX 1IUTTK.1 LODQlt. JfO. 680. I. O. all meet every Tuesday eveninjt, at 8 o'clock, In floMt'i Hil. II. Kvsteubader, n.O. M. U. Reber, Secretary, MlTOCIIBll TUBE. No, 231, Imp. O. of II. M., meets In Reoer'a Hall evciy Saturday. W, I. Fetus, sachem i A. w. baches, c. out, POHO POOA TBIDIE, Do. 171. Imp. o. R. M., mod on wounesuay evening or encn wew, at tiau o'clock. In Public school 1111, Weissport, r. O. W. Schwab, U.i Jae. Uroug, c. ol II. X.KQIODTON liODQR, No. 231. K. or P.. moots on Friday evenings, In Rebor's Hall, at 7i!0 o'eioon. W.II. Baconian, 0.0 I L. A. Miller, K. ol It. and 6. Advertising Hates. We Ieairo it to be distinctly understood that no advertisements, will bo inserted in. the' colulnlisof Tiik,CUhBb.v) Adtocatk that may "ha received, from, unknown parties or fir...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 25 May 1878

Oiir Washington Lcltcr1. Gold or Silver! Thoughts Jor Thinking MtnSjtcakcr HandaiVs Receptions Coffee and Politics Acts Lairs for the Election of President and Vice-Prcsidolt IHscusial Investigation Unundrums, Washi.sutox, May 11, 1878. Among Iho reasons urged in opposition to tho remonctliallon of (ilvcr, ono of Iho most prominent has been, tho increase J pro duction lodes of silver ore in Nevada and elsewhere. It now seems, however, that n gold bonanza has been discovered nbout six teen miles from Helena, Montana, which promises to be ns productive ns tho famous big bonanza itself) and while tho latter yields about forty-fivo per cent, gold to fifty per cent, of silver, tho furmor yields nlirwt pure gold. In view of this fact, and of tho great increase of tho gold product to bo cx jiected as tho result of introducing tfio new system 6f hydraulic mining (which is not applicable- to silver mining), it is of gold rather than of silver that excessive supply Is to bo apprehended. Ono 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. — 1 June 1878

' .1 'V! . K K . , . "ii ill ; . . : ' 1 H. V. MouTmuEb, Pqpnefor. , , , 4. IPEPMDOT,-' Live "ana. Let .Liy.s.," , 1 $1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. VOL.'Vto.,k"1U 'W ",;:U"' f!i: C ' n,nLEIIlGftpN;.CMBONrCOWl PA., SATURDAY tfllNE ' 1, 18713. Single Copies 3 Ct4, i . fc " - 'i t . i' ri I i li . "? Railroad Guide. IVtOnTirPBNNAiUAIIiHOAD) ii PassepBer8fr'rbi!adelphla;mU leave Jioblih. ton as follows! . :7a.m., Tin. Ju. y. arrive as pnua, aitniu a ra. 7: a. m. via Ii. V. " " "s J n. m. 11:07 a.m. aria I,. V. " " S-05p.ni. 4:4Ij).i411J.Va ,.t V' ,rls&0-m- 7:l7a.'m..TiaIs!8.,"4 7. li'.Wi.m. 1HJ7 a. m.. via t s.,' " 2:'15d. m. S:M t. m. via L. & B. " ' -0:40 i.m. ;JJp.m.vlaL.V. " ''' lltlOp.-m. Betnrning leave depot at Berka Sou 'Ameri can &t:.-pniia..l Stl5 and 8:45 a. rA.f ad 8:00 p.m. ELLIS ULAltK. Agent. May 1, 1873. PUILA.. i RHADINO RAIbttOAD. ( iim . . h. 4 Arrangement ofJsengcrTralns. ,r MAY WT11. 1ST , Trams leave AfcliBNTOWSaa followsi-. , . ,IVU PJiBKlOUBS DRixcn...

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 June 1878

tlio Urnml Top Railroad. In 1853 ho was clwtcil County Surveyor of Huntingdon conntv on tho Democratic ticket over the nominee of the Whig party, and nerved un til 1857. lie served as ono of the clerks of the Senato during the sessions sf 1848 nnd 1850. In October, 1859, he was elected to the House of Representative from Hunting don overllie'irepuUicoWKolnlnM. 'He was several times ejocteil Burgess ,of hit native borough and It identified with the leading business enterprises there. In Jfay, 1875,he was appointed by1 General AfcCandless Deputy Secretary, of Internal Affairs, and uport "hlrti fell tho labor of organising tho new department of Internal Affairs created by the Constitution of 1873. Since, his ap pointment he lias given the ofllro lilt un divided attention. She (Snxbtm fyHwrnfa It. 7. llORTHIMKIt, IDITOR LEHIQllTON, PA.: SATURDAY, JUiiE 1, 1878. Lieut R. L. Iloxle, United States Army, and Mits Vinnio Ream, the sculptor, were married In the Church of tho Ascension, in Was...

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. — 1 June 1878

Rnrintv niGotlntrgi iiitltotJikiiTtB, Ne.7l.AiO- K. orinW.O lnd and 4th Alouilay of eaoh moatu, lu Re hnr'a Hall, tablo-titon. at 7tJ0 o clock r. M Hr. KoatenOador, o. K.O.I 8. It, (jUliam, . K. n. H. UKADEN HUTTM LODOI. No.S6, I.O. O. P. Tnoadrr avenlnr. at S o'clock la Jletxr's Hall. II. Koitonbader, .U. H. B. Ileber. seoretary. If iTDcnut Tains. No. HI. Imp. O. ef It. M.i null In Beoar'e U all evei y BatordaT, w I. retert. Sachem i A.W. kaches. C. of It. POBO Pool Tains. No. 171. Imp. 0. 31. M meet ' ob Wednesday erenloH ol eacn weelr, at 7: JO 'ClOCk. in raDllO UCUOOl nail, ni:iHw., ra. O. W, Schwab, 8. Jae. Brong, u. oi ai, X.IUOBTOX LODOI. No. 234. K. of P.. meets on Friday evenings. In Heber-a Hall. J,',?:? o'eloea. W.JI. Bachman, O.0 1 1.. A. Miller, K. of It. and e. AdvcrtlnlaX Rated. Wo desire it to bo distinctly understood that no advertisements will be Inserted in the columns of Tni Cahbon Advocatis that may bo received from unknown panics oi firms unless .accompanied by...

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 June 1878

DAS Sl'JQItKFIIiDBK. 'Es glbt en Sort Maed, die hen nlsfor. das Sptetkfleber lo .niccgoii In dcr Kerch liockteil ode'r 'ftiiinf k fc'n '6! hi "fe!6' drnkeh imtuer nn das nlld bekailti'to ilandperk das ' Sprerknn. Sla slod gMoffe von Spaerkedanken ; vcrzaelilt mer Ihne eppcs vom Krleg oiler vom Kuttcl fleck, dann verilelien sle Maul gar net ; lust mer lhne von tier bestc Fan welchejemals gowachsen 1st, dann inutz mer sibber lachb, wann n.er ge lacht Imwe will, haqn dlo Maed lluio Laecherllclikclt 1st noch nlcht i-rralclit ; "lest mer awcr eppes vom Spncrkcn, dann lllegt der Lacligeist Indle-Maed wlo der Ulltz un sio lachen Slcli der Odera w,eg un falle von do Stuehl wla todt, dasz mer noch In Gefalir stelit, wegen Moid angeklngt zii werden. So bet es do letzt Owed gemncht, wle der alt Manu seine Maed die Story vorge lese hot. Er hot zuerst vom Krlce gel ese aweres liotNlemaml gchorcbt, noht fing er an, dleStoryiu leso. Bald sagt er"mdl epjfesVybra Spaerke; do glng-das Laclio nwer an....

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 June 1878

r WiMl m iMIIIIIIUIWMIIWIJIMi WmVll.Wr "laajUajiaj.imiiaiaU.JUaillJ JUjUiUajJILajJUIl'. im l.l'jamJIUajlll.S'.laLIUIIUJWIB INDEPENDENT-" Live and Le't Live." 1. 00 a Year if Paid in Advance. H. V. Mouthimeb, Proprietor. Vol. vi., 'No. 28. TjEIIIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1878. Single Copies, 3 cts. Kailroad Guide. N OUTIII?IINNA.nA.lIiROAI. Paaaena-era for Philadelphia leave Lchlcbtou 1 JsTa. m 'la. L. V. arnre at rhlla. it MO a. ra, jtsaa. m. via i v. JlMOa.rn.TlaU V. " " :4ip.rn.,TlUV... " ' i7i47 a. m.. Tla I et 8., " .lliOJ a.m..vtaL. A 8.," :JI p.tn. Tla L. S. " " ; 4:57 p.m. " " 11:'0 a.m. 3 05 p. IU. 8:15 p. m. ll-.noa.io. 2:05 p. IU. 5:4') P. m. 8:15 p. It). i:0i p.m. aoittrnlua-, leavodcpot at Berk, and Atnerl ,oan St.. Phlla.,at 6:15, ana 9:45 a. m.s 2:33.5 30, and 8:00 p.m. Etl.13 ULAUK. Agent. Jnno 3, 1878. ,pnil.A. da UeXUINO KA1L.KOAD. AtTngemen.t ot PaeDger Trains. MAY 12TU. 1SJ8. , Trains leavoALfjENTOWN asfpllowst- I (VIA, FKPKIQMHX BBiNCU.) rr Phi...

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 June 1878

II. V. HORTIIIMKR, EDITOR LMIQIITON, TA.l SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1878. Tho Russian remittances for American purchases of steamers nnd war material amount thug far to obout$2,500,000, nnd aro jnado through Taris. Tho resignation of Hon. A. II. Dill as State Senator for tho Twenty-seventh Ijis trict was received by tho Lieutenant Oovcrn nor Monday. Tho vacancy will bo filled at the next general election. Tho 'Wood Tariir bill wasdefeated Wed nesday in tho House by a voto ordering tho enacting clause to bo stricken out, the vote being 134 to 121. This ends tariir legisla tion for the present session. Tho latest reports of tho election in Ore gon Bay it is conceded that the Legislature will bo Democratic by from 4 to 12 majority on joint ballot. The Secretary of State, State Treasurer, and, probably, tho Govern or, w'll bo Republican. Yhitaker, Demo crat, is elected to Congress. The Legislature being Democratic, will choose a Democratic, u. s. s. During May tho mercantile failures in New Yor...

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 June 1878

Society Meetings. IfPINITO CASTLE, Nd. 78, A. O. K. OF THIS M. C 2nd and 4th' Monday of each month. In Ho per'a llall. Lehlghton, at 7iS0 o'clock r. 11. Uy. Kostenbader, S. 1C.U, s. It. Gilliam. 8. K. R. H. ayADBM IIUTTI.1 LOOOK, No. 63C, I. O.O. F.. 'deals every Tuesday evenlDg, at S o'clock, In Doner's nail. 11, Koatenbader, A.Q.i N, D. Ileber, Seoretary. Mktuciibh TPIDU. No. 232. Imp. O. of II. M., meetsln Ileoer's llall ovety Saturday. W. I. relets, bnrhom s A.W, Kacdcs, c. ol It. folio PogATBiDE, No. 171, Imp, O. It. M., meet on Wednesday evening or eacn week, at 7:00 o'clock, in I'ubllo Hcliool llall, Weissport, r. Pa. O. W, Bchwnb, 8.) J no. II rung, u. ol It. LEHIOIITOrt IiOUbE, No 231. K. of P., mcels on t-'rltla evenings. In ltebcr's llall, at 7:30 o'clock. W.II. IiacBtuao, C.O.i L. A. Miller, K. 01 It. and b. Jjl R. B1KWEUS, bisTrtior attorney counsellor AT LAW. Office, Kloti'a Halloing Diodaway, MATJU1I CHUNK, PA. Settling Estates, mini.' Accounts and Orphans Court Praot...

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. — 8 June 1878

SCJiJittatKLl.S AUS'M UUSCHV Gebt's net lieutzudngnrge'Gcscliltclic In der Welt, wann tner tPrnn Jenkt, und u ru aber net long denko u muessc, will Ich eucli cn pnar Schmcrkel do ver zrclile, wo iner fcehn Selinuppduwnck der zubrauclit.fchr elm Nleso zti tnnclie, sle he Salz un PefTer genung, uin clinic epper bis In's Obcrstucbll net kltzllcli fuolilo zu mncliu. Der erst Sclinccrkel Is vom Pit, der das (Jcslclit ul'm Buckle und ilea Duck 1 uf'm Geslclit trrmt, wenn er nls die Jiolperlcli Molly sprcrkegclit. Hit wlsst vlellekht schon, wenlcli nichn, abcr do eeld lhr ktz, for des is gar net der Pit, 'den Ich mclin, aber cs Is rcnueliau der Pit, wo nls die Molly spterkt, und eu sehierSparkerel 1st cndrcszelinsttoc klg backstelincrne Haus gar kehn Ver glleh. Bosso diitit er, so sagt dlo Molly -seiner, dass sle nls tnehiio duht, ilir gamer Ilacko oder das Maul ilajht mit gelm und ste WRralsemol bang., crd.-cht Hire tier Copp noch gauz sclilucke. Der annex iiclinajrkel handelt von com Uan...

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 June 1878

fwifi INDEPENDENT-" Live ana Let Live." 1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. H. V. MontniMER, Proprietor. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1878, Single Copies, 3 cts. VOL. VI., No. 29. Railroad Guide. N1 OUT II rENNA. RAILROAD. PfiaaAmrArAforPhlladelnhla loavo Lchlghton aSrOIIOWSI H7a. mi, via. L. V. arrive at l'hlla. at Ci40 a T!ULm.vlnLV. lllifla, 11:00a.m. vlaL. V. ' " 205p.m MLn.m.. .KV.. ' 8115 D. T:(7 a.m.. via !,.! 8.." " HiOOa.ni 11:07 a.m.. tin L. A B.." " 2:05 p, 1:31 p.m. via Ii. t 8. " t:D S.ITn.m. B'l.lD 'fleturnTng.losVedepotal Berks and Amcri an net rnuai, at sua ana v.fo a. m.j o ana 8:00 p.m. ELLIS CLAItK, Agent Jane 3, 1373. tIIILiA. ft) UBAUINO llAlLROAD Arrangement ot Pmieugcr Trains. may in. TTalnSleave ALLElNTOA'N asfollowsi- Ivn riffDirinuvu dfeavnirl Ir Philadelphia, at 4125, t.w, 11.03, a.m., and .. p. m . SUNDAYS. For PhUadeiphla at 4.29 a. m.,3.33 p. m. IVtA RAH l' PflKHl. llRANCIl.) Var noidlng, t 3.30, 5.50, .os a m., 12.Ui 2.10, 4.30 and 05 ...

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. — 15 June 1878

It. V StOUTIIIMEn, EDITOK I.KtliailTON'. PA.i Saturday, just, is, m. Imports of gold from Europo have ac tually rommenccd In Juno. Tho Germanic brought $100,000, In gold from London, and it ii thought thai a continuaneo of the pre mium on gold at or near 1 per cent may oiuso other considerable shipments. Franco, Russia, Italy, the Netherlands, Hungary and Switzerland, have accepted the invitation of tho United Stotcs to take part in an International monetary confer ence. Great Britain, Germany, Austria and Belgium havo tho matter Under consideration. One of the hopeful facts on which somo experienced business men are looking for a revival of the drooping energies of tho couiv try is tho near approach of tho day fixed for the adjournment of Congress, which rendeu improbable any further meddling with tho banks or other matters of financial interest. William Cullen Bryant died Wednes day morning. Ho passed away peacefully, having been unconscious most of tho time since the aceidentwhic...

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 June 1878

Society Meetings. limiTO OASTLk, No. 7S, A. O. K. OT TtlBM. O 2nd nnd 4th Monday of oaoh month, In He bar' Hall. Lehighton, at 7;39 o'clock p. 11. nr. Koatenbader. 8. K.O.t S. 11. (lllnam. h. k. n. a. Bamsv TTfTTTffJf LODOE. No. ASS. 1. O. O. T meets every Tucsdn.v evening, at i o'clock, 1U Unaer'B JIB1I. Jk. jvuibuuuuuui, a. tt. Iteber, Hecretary. UITUCQE.H TRIBE. No. S12. Imp. O. ot II. if., meetain weoer'a linn eveij nnvuiuoT, . I. re tela. Sachem i A.W. lioches, C. of It. ratio rooi Tains, No. tri. imp. o. it. M., meet on Wednesday evening ot each week, at 7:30 o'olock. In l'nbllo School Ilnll, Welsspnrt, Pa. C. W. Schwab, S.t Jao. lining, u. 01 LitnianTox I.odoe. No. 534. K. of P.. meets on Friday ecnloga, in llebcr'a Halt, at 7;J0 o'cioc. w.ll. Bachraan, c.c i L. a. Jailer, K. of II. and ti. E R. S1KWB118, DIaTllIOr ATTOJINRY & COONSKLLOIl AT T. A W. Office, KlotiM Halloing Diodnwar, MAttUIt CHUNK. PA. Settling Estates. Filing Accoanta and Orphans court practice n specialt...

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. — 15 June 1878

MEIN EUSTElt iiESUfcii. Ulster Drucker I Ich liab mtch do lftztbelroaltenSqulrcBliinianckbHfrogt, was der bosto Wcg wior, I'ppes lining illo Lent zu brlngo, un do ijt er, der besto Wrg for sell zu dull, Is, w.inn du es In dlo " Purklomen Valley Press" publlselio losz, bekaliz sella Zeltung wetd. von jerdcrmauo geleso, und die game Welt find's nus. Kau, Mister Drucker, Ich Iirott gcrn dlo do Gesclilchto gepubllsclit, lliells for deno jungo Kerls cu Warnung xu gebe, dlo so scliuechtcrti slu bel die MxJ, un thells, den Leuten die Mtculer zu stoppe, for dts ewlg Frogo, for was Ich nle net gelielert hab. Well, Ich wilt dlr'a korz mi gut gebe un du kannst mir just dlo lllll scblcko und cs word dcrnocu go kcescht. Nau horct I Wle Ich about 25 Jnlir alt war, hot dlo Micm mlch mol alenlg In cu Stub genutnmo un zu ralr gesagN "Nau, Christ, du blst alt genug for zu lielcru, un du loll'st dlch umgucko for'n Fran, bekahs Ich wcrd anfangons alt un kann dlo Krbet net mclir allchnlg dub, un der Die...

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 June 1878

(iiViluni H. V. Mobthimee, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live and Let Live." Sl.OO a Year if Paid in Advanco. VOL. VI., No. 30. LEHIGHTON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1878. Single Copies, 3 cts. in i I. i i i w" . i i 1 Railroad Guide. N ORTIt PBNNA.UAlI.nOAD. PiisonMrsf.rPhiladelphli lcavo Lehla-hton 1:17a. tu., Tift. L. V. arm at, l'hlla, at MO i n lit a. ID. Tl L. V. " " lll'Oa.m. ll0a.m.riiL.V. " " aosp.m, 4.41 . m rt. U V.. " " Stisp. m. :4 . dl. Tl L. at a., " " lliooa. m. 1 l:or a. m.. rla I. it s.," " 2.0J p. m, 1:11 p.m. rla L. k s. " " t:4t)p.m. :I7 p.m. " " J; p. m. t:IJ . m. Til L. V. " " lu:00p. a. satarnina'. lBavadenotat Berks and Amerl aa St., Pnila., at i!5 ana V:45 a. m. 2:10, 1 10, B1W p. 111. UbU VUAllA. ngcu.i J una 1, lift. PUILA. READING UAlbllOAD Arrangement of Passenger Trains, UAYIIIB. I8:s. Tralna Lire ULCMOffS a. follow. t- itfi . vtniiinuew naatfClf.l Jrer Philadelphia, at :2J, 5.50, 11.01. a.m.. ana ... P. IB. SUNDAYS. Par Phlladr Iphla at I.Jo 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. — 22 June 1878

iu-r.;.. ...... II. V. HOHTIIIUKK, SD1T0H I.KIIIdtlTON, I'A.! SATURDAY, JUNK 22, 1878. XlioJL'jibUp Danger from Tramps. William inTonderblU, tlie Piosldc-nt of llio Jlew "orlc Cintral Snd TJMkon Kivcr. Itnilrood Company, doc3 not think there is nhy likelihood of railroad riots tliis rammer j hut h ia apprehensive fof dahgor from tramps. He la reported to have recently usctt the'followTng'vi'or'ds'i" --- " The only claM,I think.from which there is anything to bo feared is tins tramps. There is no telling what these people may do. In the largo cities thoy are practically jibwer less, but bands roaming through the country may do infinite harm. In Chicago the authorities have becomo somewhat alarmed, nnil I understand havo organized tho militia," Tlieso expressions, says tho New York Suit, inay perhaps induce exaggerated fears in some quarters. Trampsniay undoubted ly do a great tlcil of harm. Their existence, habits, and practices have given rise to some difficult social and administra...

Publication Title: Carbon Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Carbon advocate. — 22 June 1878

iiirrnTiijii Society Meetings. hrivtta rJ.ITLl. NO. 71. A. O. K. or itiE M. 0 ?n" and "S koiiiy ol each month. In lie Hy. Kostonbader, a. It. C. i s. R. aiiuam., i. K, ,R. a. , HHioas uiinks Louas, No.e, VP-.5,?.:' "iifcets ovary Tuesday evening. t So'cloelr., In llebr?s tf all. H. Koltenbadtr, tf.O.JX. U. Iteber. Beoretary, JtBTUcnnii Tantt. No. W2. Imp. O. ot B.W.i . roeetsln Ileoer'a Hallevery Saturday. W. I. Petets, Uachem I A.W. Irenes. O. ot K. toed i'&CA TBine, No. 1J1. Imp. o. TWrnrot on Wednesday evening ol each wee, at 7:30 O'clock, In Public School Hall, Welsspitrt, P. C. W, schtrob; s. Jac. Brong. o. of It. aVignOHTOK roDoi. No. 234. K. of J.. meets on Friday eeniogs, in Bebef a Hall, .at ,7:30 e'elocHe W.H. uaobman, O.O.I L. A. lilllcr, K. ot B. and B. Jjl R. PKWEU8,, kjHTqior AtTonNKj, counsellob Office, Klott'a Bnilalng Tjtodaway.' MAUCH CHUNK, PA. SattllnK Estates, Finn Accoanta and Orphans tonrt Practice a specialty. .... Trial ot Cancel earetnllv attended to. L...

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 June 1878

Feminine? Fidelity. BOW A WO.UN KEEPS A IECRET. " Dorotby," said Icliftbod, pale and treinbltDR, to hla wife; "Dorothy, I have a tecrct; and, If I thought you would keep It Inviolate, I would not hesitate to reveal It to yon; but, oh, Dorothy, woman" "Why, Ichabod, It must certainly be a secret of great Importance, (or you are la a wofut agitation. You know, husband, yon can place Implicit confi dence In your wife. Have I ever giv en you occasion to doubt my fidelity ?" "Never, never, Dorothy; but the se cret 1 have to communicate Is one that requires more than ordinary faithful ness and prudence to prevent you from dlvulRlug It. Ob, dear, I shudder when I think on't l" "Why, husband, do you know how your lips tremble and your eyes roll? What Is the matter? Ichabod I yuu surely cannot mistrust the confidence of one who vowed at the altar to be faith ful to you. Come, nobosom jourself." "May I rely on your Bdellty7" "Ishaood, you know you may." "Well, then, wo are both ruined! undone...

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 June 1878

Hv mim IIP I i t INDEPENDENT Live and Let Live." H. v. Morthimeb, Proprietor. .$1.00 a Year if Paid in Advance. vox.vi.,ko:':3i" LEHIGIITON, CARBON COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1878. Single Copies, 3 cts. Railroad Guide. N OllTU PIS NN A. R AltilUl AD . p.aaenirerafor Philadelphia leave LehUhton Ma. m.-, via-L. V. arrive at Phlla, afo.10 a m i :ko a. in. vi u. v 11:00a. m. vlaL. V. " 4:41 p. 111., vU L. V.. " J:J7 a. m., via L. 8., " 11:07 a.m..vlaL. A3.," 3:11 p.m. via I.. & S. " ...T n m " li:oa. m. 2 05 p. m. Blip. m. ll:90j,ni. 2:05 p. m, 5:4(1 d. m. SSp.ni. :'s; p.m. ti L, V. iil l. ID. Tl AJ V ... K.tummir, le.iredepot at Eetlca ana Amen. 1(1:00 p ana 8:00 p. m. ELLI3 CLAUK. ARent Jane . 1178.- JpdlLA. A HEADING RAILROAD Arrangement of Passenger Trains, MAY 1ZTII. isrs. Trains leave AI. u E NTO V7 N as follows! - ror Philadelphia, at 4:23,' 6.5U, 11.05, a.m. and 0.9) p. m. BUNDAYS. For Philadelphia at 4.2a n. ui.AM p. m. IVIA EASl' 1 RaHi. iiuAnm.i i For Raiding, t 2.31...

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 June 1878

fa lw (Mum vacate. H. V. MORTHIMEK, EDITOR LIlllttltlTON, PA.! SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1878. Federal oflico holders In iliflcrcnt parti of tho tha country contlnuo' to Inquire of the President whether his civil service order re main! In furco, or has been modified. Ac cording to a Washington dispatch, "it con bo stated on authority that tho order will to enforced." It prohibits Federal officials from taking part in caucuses, primaries, or conventions, but docs not prevent them from contributing voluntarily to campaign funds. Tho appropriations made at the lato ses sion of Congress amount altogether to $158, 37.1,493, compared with $153,008,681 for 1877 and $177,370,087 for 1870. This docs not include interest or sinking fund for tho public debt. Tho increaso this year, com pared with last year, Is $4,704,812, but, de ducting the extraordinary item of $5,500, 000 for tho Fishery Award, there is actually a, decrease this year, compared with last year, of $735,1 88. The trade returns of tho...

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