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II. V. MOHTlttUKH emron.
8ATUI1DAT MOIlNINO JANUAIIY17 U71 .
lion. Charles Albright, Congress
man nt lane from tills Stale, will
please accept our thanks for a copy if
the Coneresolonal I)lre;tnry. The ful-
lowing sketch of the honorable gentlo-
man, taken from tlm Ulieclory, will i
no doubt prove, Intercstlpg to a Inrgo
iber of our render:
Charles Albright, of Mauch Chnn'.t,
was born In Bo-kH county, IVnn-'jUrt-nla,
December II). 1830; was "dlleated
at Dickinson College; studied law nt
Kheiisburp, Pennsylvania, nuil wan ad
mitted to the bar In 1832; in 1K4 went
to KnnsiH and participated In thu enrly
stiuggles of the Teirltory for freedom;
In 1850 returned to Ptntisylvnnla mid
resumed llm piacllce of l iV at Mauch
Chunk, whom lie. has slnco resided; In
1860 ho was a, delegate to tlm Itepuoil.
can National Convention; entered the
army In lBUS as Major of thu 182d
Pennsylvania Volunteers; alter the
batllo of Antletiim was uindo Lleulen
ant Colonel; on rebrnary 22, 18(13,
was com missioned Colonel, commanding
the Third Urigade, Third Division,
Second Army Coins In the spilugcaui
palgn nnd untli alter the bntll of
Chancellorsvllle; In June of the snnio
year was placed In command of Cwnp
Muhleuburg, Heading, Pennsylvania,
to oigaulze troops lor emergency In
cident to I lie luvii-ilnn of Puliiisjlvanla;
in .luly he was cent to, Philadelphia to
assist in enlacing Hie dratt; In Sep
tember, 18G4, ho was commissioned
Colonel of the 20-'d Regiment Penusyl
vanln Volunteers, and soon nlterwnrds
resigned to an Independent command to
pruuet thu Orange & Alexandria, and
Manassas Gaii ltuilroads, and thu outer
defenses of Washington, against the
raids or .Mosoy; in Marcli, 1H.5, was
promoted to Brevet Brigadier Ueneral
of volunteers; after the sui render of
Itlchmond he was sent to thu command
of Hie Lehigh military district to pacify
the tumults hi thu mining regions; In
August, 1803, lie whs mustered out of
sen ice, nnd resumed business at Mauch
Chunk; in 1872 was a di-legatu to thu
Itepublicnn National Convention nt
Puiladclphla, and wus elected to tlm
Korlj-thnd Congress as one of the
three Cuugiessoieii lit luige, ns a Ite
publlcau, rei-etvlug 300,074 voles,
against 314,030 votes foi Klclmrd Vaux,
Extracts from tlio Cov
Gentlemen of the Scnato and llonso of
Since jour last meeting a grievous
public calamity, In the guUo of u tinan
clnl panic, has Islti il this country,
linving In Its train u sellesof ll.nlcrs.
The induttilal pursuits and monetnry
interests of the State have become
prently depressed, the wealth of mnny
of her leading cnpltulMs and most pub
Ho sp!nted citizens has been whclly
swept nwny, the business of her corpo
latlous jiaraljzed, the uiachlni ry of I er
manufactories arrested, her mineral,
iron, oil and other piixliictlons greatly
depreciated In value, and poverty ai d
want brought to the firesides of the
humble homes of thousands ot her holi
est nnd Industrious citizens, who toll
for ibelr dally bread. To lemcdy these
evils, under which all nurli.du-triesare
languishing, to far as relief can be ad
ministered by legislation, it Is barely
ntcessary to suggest should be thu first
duty of yoi r Itouornble body n duty
which 1 feel assured will be under
take n with cam mid deliberation, In
voking to its aid a fair share of hu
manity and the highest prncttcal wis
dom. In any measures looking to this
object it will bo my pleasure heartily to
It Is gratifying to observe that wMIe
mnny of the nio-t substantial securities
In the market were inoro or, less re
pressed during the recent panic, the
linances of thu State weie unshaken,
exhibiting unmistakable evl.leneeof the
stability ot the Statu credit. The fol
lowing statement, showing their satis
factory condition, will challenge atten
tion: Debt reduced during fiscal year end
ilia November 30, 1873, $1,004,072 70.
Receipts during fiscal year ending
November 20, 1873:
Dtlanoe la Treuurr Not. 30,1172 . 11.482 US 61
J.lt 7,t70,7ii 20
Toti! (3.610,178 91
Disbursements during fiscal year end
ing Nov. 30, 1873:
lul. puliou luaui
H.6-0 3M 67
1601 Hi 70
I ,t6J0 it
-18734 027 67
B.lmca la Truiurjr Net. 30, 1873. l,tM,l5l 21
t rcr rent. Irni . (20tO.esO 00
t ttr t.nt. lwul . 4,11(23.4 Vl
i Icut,li)Ll . 87,010 00
r.tHffnoUl la rlrca-
Utlm . . . (50,513 00
Int. c.rtlfieiUt out-
lUadluit . . 13,219 02
Int. ctrtlOcitct na-
tUlmnl . . 4,418 38
ctrtllic.tet , . ( CT
cU uutitBDdlug, 14 823(4
Do. uncUluifed. 2U7 22
Tctil poUle i,U Not. 80, 18TJ. $J:,7.I21 v4
K.II.CO. .1 , 4,:w,003 00
Jloutlf of Alltgutnjr
V.IWjrll. ll.tu. , 3 6OO.0C0 0O
Cub la Tieuarr Nor.
30, 1HTJ . .
laiiUtiaut liopcOTlltd for. . f '.4,173 70 70
In 1874 tbd receipts from nil eoorce
will be 1 100,000 Jess than the receipts
ol JbTJ, wollo tlio expvueuurea will
not budlmluUbcd. Tho loas of revenue
"ll largely duo to tho repeal of taxed
Deoriti) ituuvujriupou puj .luuiuuim iu
'(fets of lU) 0010 1003 woaltb, and
prrily to tho prostration nf btHness
The receipts In 1B7.1 may be, nbiuit Hip
same as tlio.se nf 1874, lint I lie cxjicii'll
tares will lie greater, owing tn the. a1
dltlmial ntitiiiy iiecefusry fur ychooK
LigMalure ami Judiciary, nn'ler th"
new Constitution, whleh will then he
In full force. Notwlllftaiidliiii .Ibis
onoriiiniH decrease In iccelpM and In
create In oxpendttitrc-i, It l Imped ntul
believed tlmt, hy Hie innt rlulil ccnno
my In every branch or llm government,
ami miMlemt" appropriations Hip r v
nues In t'.ie fulurn will be sullielent to
meet nil llm li-icnnit on tlm 'I reastiry,
nmi ienvo n balance to reducu the in
debtedneis of tlm Slate. M required by
the Constitution. I nm In accord with
!I(,SH " ho believe ns tin- debt decreases
iiiciu snitiiiu ne i er-neHin iiiiik lenei
nITorded to llieeo luterefls that bear the
burden or taxation; butnt Mils juncture
I wotilil regnnl any further reduction of
Hie revenius as unwle. In our list of
taxes', howrver, may bo found some
that nrn not strictly '"'uniform upon the
snnio cin- or sunjects," and very nil-
iair in tlielr operallou, and I tmnK,
therefore, n revision of our lax law is
now desirable, If not neccsnry.
STATE DAKKS, SAVIK08 FOKDS, THUST
I still adhcru to tho principles Inid
down in tlio Mlflllnburg and Wood's
Kim vetoes of lat ee"lon. llecent
events have demonstrated H e pecrsslty
if ixlng pioper limitations to the pow
ers confenedon these nionyed corpo
rations, nnd have afforded n practical
llluslrnlloii of the wl-dom of rigidly
conllnlug them tit objects that aro re
cognized by tho people as distinctively
belonging to such Institutions. When
a bank of discount Is permitted to bo
come abo n savings fund, a trust com
pany, an insurance company, to buy
and sell renl estates, nnd to hnvo the
rights nnd pilvlleges of n building asso
ciation, It Is difficult to determine what
aro Its legitimate functions, or what se
curity n community has for the safety
of Us deposits, 1 have always enter
tained serious doubts as to the propriety
of banks of discount paying interest
on deposits, and nm now convinced Hint
this pernicious practice should be pro
hibited. Money will always How to
banks p.ijiug Interest on deposits, nnd
the large surplus thus aggregated se
duced by attractive olTers is sent to thu
great money centres, where It. gives
mom Impulse to speculation, while thu
sections from which it is drawn suffer
in all their euterpilses frotr. tlio hluher
rates they nre compelled lo pny for thu
money remaining at hum,'.
Within n few yenr many State banks
have been chattered, with the capti
vating names of savings hanks, de
signed to nttrncl deposits. These banks
and savings lunds aio entirely distinct
In organization anil purpo-e, and should
never be associated In their manage
ment. The ouu Is a bank of di-eouiit,
Intended to supply the wants of busi
ness. The other is simply n reiiository
tor people s money, limited to small
amounts to each In llvldiial, the aggre
gate or the amounts thus received to
be invested 111 luorUnges on unincum
bered propeity wotth double theauiouut
of the mnrUngo, and in secure pu'iliu
stock", in safe proportions. A bank is
conducted with thu avowed ohj ct of
bcnetil to Its stockholder; a savings
fund Is presumed to lu uijuiwcd en
tirely In thu Interest of depositors
amoiiL- (belaboring classes, or those of
limited means and business qnalitica-
l ions', ami the essential reipiislies of
which nv such prudence and sutety in
thu disposition ot the funds as will be-t
enhance tlielr value for the beueDt ol
these classes of depo-it'rs. Men In
charge of savings funds should have
no personal ends to serve; should bj
above temptations uud should luvu
their highest reward ill the good ac
compllsheil'by inducing a saving liiilut,
widen, once nxeii, leans to piosperlty.
Allow mu to suggest, therefore, that nil
Statu banks, savings lun.is and trust
companies bo made subject to the ex-
amimilloii of a coinuutteu appointed uy
proper authority; that tlieso iiistltu
Hons bo requlied to publish quarteily
statements, under oath, of thu amount
ot their assets and liabilities, and tho
names ot H eir clticeis; that bv n gen
eral law their stockholders lie Hindu
personally liable for double Hie amount
of stock held by them; and that they
be compelled to have constantly in their
vaults a cash reserve ot teu per cent, of
their net liabilities.
TnE EXEMPTION LAW.
The act of 1819 exempting n certain
amount of the property of a debtor
Irom levy and sale on execution or dls
tresi for rent, wks Intended lor tliu wise
and humane purpose of piotecllog inn
family from sudden nnd absulutu w 1 1 .
This benevolent design U, liowev i,
olten defeated, nnd the law pnctlcnlly
nullified, by the hariussed debtor waiv
ing the benefits o( the net to
no-t the exactions of his credi
tors. Do not sound public policy and
humanity demand a supplement to thu
law that will forbid a debtor having a
Ininlly waiting his benefit of the ex
emption, so that a household may not
ue shorn, In an Instant, of all tlm
necessaries of lifo by reason of tliu
weakness, recklessness or misfortune
of Its head, or to satisfy thu greed of a
grasping creditor 7
Ilarrlsburg, Jan. 0. The Senate met
at 11 o'clock a, m.
A resolution from thellouseallowing
that body to adjourn over until next
Wednesday was assented to. Hils does
not eflect the sessions of the Senate.
Mr. Davia offeied a resolution direct
ing the Chief Clerk tu rjrocure-oua copy
of Purdon's Dhjest and 00 lieltler's
Digest for etch Senator and thu Chief
Cln k and his nolstunU, and one for
the Senate Library,
On motion of Mr. McC uro the Senate
proceeded to tho second reading nnd
consideration or the bill Introduced by
him, modifying the election Jaws of the
lAmimonweaiw to couform with the
Jan. Jo. The Sena 0 mPt at 11
o'clock, 'llio Stieaker nreseiite.l ih.r
annual report of the" Likeni1 VallfW
The following tiew bill were Intro
Mr. McClurp, nulhorlzlng tho crea
tion of chattel mortgages In Penna.
Mr. fl'chtcl, reiuallng the special
act efinlillslilng Ciludtial ourls In
Daupl In, If.ebunnn nnd Schuylkill,
Jan. 0. The House met nt 10 n. in.
Tlio Speaker presented the nnnunl
reports i f tho Western Savings Fund of
Philadelphia nod of ',1m Lehigh Coal
nnd Navigation Company.
Mr. llriK-taway ottered a resolution
making tho nfticers of Hie House person
ally liable for any books or papers stole'i
from tho desks of members wlulu thu
House Is not In session.
In thu running deb ite which followed
M". Ilrnckaway said he hnd no doubt
lint that In past years mnny of -ho rob
beries had been prepetrnted by tho
employes themselves. As there appear
ed to he a rule of thu House for the
protection ot thu desks nnd propel ly,
the resolution was postponed, with thu
umlerstnnding tliat thu lulu sl.ouici uo
A resolution was adopted providing
for mi adiournment from to-day until
next Wcdiiu-day at 11 o'clock a. ni.
with the consent of I ho Senate.
A seiles of Joint rules conforming to
the Constitution was adopted.
A leport wns received from Auditor-General
Allen giving a statement
of tho condition of banks and saving
Institutions of thu State. Oidered lo no
The committee to preparo rules for
the lloiee suliuiltled a leport embracing
irniuy enauges. ino leaning eouimiuce
ti be appointed Is tu hec.lled the Com
mittee, on Constitution tl Iti-form,
Jan. 15. Tho House me: at It n. m.
The Secretary of tho Commonwealth
presented the following tioin thu Gov
ernor accompanying tho rcpnrl of thu
Hoard of State Centennial Commission.
Gentlemen : My views upon the Impor
tant subject of the accompanying com
munication hnvo been fully expressed
In my annual messnzci tu jour Honor
able, bodies at the opening of thu present
session. 1 desire, however, to call your
attention to the necessity of prompt ac
tion on tlio part of the Leglslatuie to
sccuiu thu objects named In tlu Con
stitution, so that the great work of pre
paring for tliu Centennial may proceed
without delay, and the proper buildings
bo erected and nnidu ready for the re
ception of the nrts, product's and manu
factures of the world in 1870.
FOK A C.tSIS OS" F.1IMRK.
Thegrtl Iltn Phjrii-lfi li Amerlc,
a.l dlbii.i.. ot tbe
LIVKn, STOMACH AND DOWELS
BV rUllELY VEQCrAnLE JIEDICIXK.
CUIICS ALL DISEAiKf OF THE
Throat, I.liie anil Air I'atiagce
Bj SIedl.'itd lDbhtloDindOijeuted Air.
Curoi alt Chronic, yarrous and ralafut ACTur
NATOIIB'S OR EAT REMEDY.
CAN SB CUnEDI
OAKCER3, TUMOR8, PILES,
.cured viriiouT cornxo.
R.mOTtdla tbrx honn. Ko cbarge until tb
cntlro worm ll r.mOTtd.
030 Hamilton St., Allentown, Pa.
W Coninltatloa Fin of cbtrge, dill, from
9 a. 11. until 8 r. u.
A9-Ifyou are itck or aCllcte d, Dr. Bond can
t ure 011. If btf raunwt cure 70U, ou ar. rcr
l.lulj j'.it all hope. Jan. 17, l74 r
Jj AG UK IIOTE L.,
N. ICLOTZ, PROP'n,
Summit lllll, Cartion Co., Pa.
net of acfOmuodatlf Fzcallent ret
lauraut uodrmmtli. Ooul tlabliu. atlacbrd
u. n. 11. niciiEn,
fRACTiriNO PHYSICIAN AND BDRQEON.
Olllre, Bin Slt.tt, u.it dour bo th. FotlotllM,
fnVIK FI1TST ORKAT SALT LAKE
Gift Concert, authorized by nnd
under the imuiedinte supervision of the
city nnlhorllb-s of Corlnue City, for the,
benefit and Id nld of the
Public Free School,
The Only Freu School In Utah Terr'y.
trustees or runLic FIlt)K jcnooi.,
Cnpt. 8. Howe, J. S. Orrrlili and
Dlalrlbuted to the Ticket Holder!
Grand Gift Concert.
TO I1E HELD AT THE
Opera House,City of Corinne.
itlHi'Cll 3 In I, IS74.
Depository, Umik of Corlnue.
500,000 "TICKETS !
PIIICU Sl.OO EACH,
on six von five dollars.
$226,500 IN GIFTS,
,s follows i
1 (JrandCuh Ulft
' to i'i'h
2 1 e irh
Si.'J.U CasliGtrtl, amnunllti; to
OXE CHANCE IN EVE It Y .NINE!
Tho distribution will be In public,
and will he niiulu under the same form
ami regulations as the San Fianclico
anil Iiulsvllle Library (lift Concerts,
under tlm KupeivMon nf a coiuniltteeof
lironilnent citizens selected by the ticket
L'efcrenco as to the Integrity of this
cnteiprUu ami of tho management Is
made to ihe following well known citi
zen': Sun. L. Tibbnls, A. Toionrt, J.
MaWi. J. II. tierrisli Members of
Ju lee T. J. Illack. .isn't U. S. Ah-
I fe sor; MaNh & lireenwahl, pioirle
toii Mi tr ipolitan lintel; Kujjene Moore,
) 61tv Marshal; W. W. Hull. Architect;
, J. Kehoe, Constable; J. Kuptir, Je-
enrj uiipt. a. llowe, Contractor; O. U.
lticlimoiul Oc Co., CoiiiiiiImIoii Mel
elinuts; M. K. (.'auipliell, tiiopibtor
Centriil Hon); Singleton it Cieatli. pro
plietors I'aelne StaMes; S. 1'. Ilileli,
.M. ieluint, bunily. llliih; A. U. Uaili
so. 1, UeleiM, Montana
Wo wilt iiImi a in' r unco that each anil
ev ry person buj Iiijj u ticket can at any
mid 'II il examine our nooks ami all
hiiaiueps transactions cuuiiected witli
tlio euleriniM'; and 11s lim iliawlny ot
plizes will b- placed ill the hands of
liune.-t nnd disinterested men, it will In
sure a lair and impaitlal distribution
tiood Iltapim.llile Aitriif a 'Wanted
J-lbernl Coniiiii..luii Alluved
t3f Money should be tent by Ex
press or hy dialt on any solviiit bank,
by rostolllco Money (Jriler, or Uej-is-lered
letter, at our risk. For particu
E. W. MORGAN', Manager.
Lock llux lot), Corinne, Utah.
Respectfully Informs the people of Le
hlghton that ho has most Excellent
Flour fr Sale ;
Also, good FEED of nil kinds, and
STItAW in tho fondle. Uo is also
piepared to do any kind of
Hauling and Plowing
nt short notice.
LEIilGII (2d) STREET,
Lehlghton, Pa. March 28- ly
npiio untlorsltrncd respect
fully nunounces that he Is better
prepared man ever to Uuy and Sell
Oairnnd SUcop Shins,
at ills Old Stand, nearly opposite the
post olllce, Dank Street. Ihluhton.
it7 i no mguesi casu prices paid. lor
moes nnu dkius.
nov. 21. C. E., GRKEN.1WALD
Floral Guide for 1874.
200 Pages j 500 Engravings nnd Colored
1'iaio. l'utillsnrd Quarterly, at 20 ets,
a Year. First No. lor 1874 Just Issued,
A. uerman edition at same price.
Address JAMES V1CK,
nov. 29. Rochester, N. Y.
. Muca oauNK, pa.
, 1.300 "
, ill UUO "
Nf.tlca In brrol" irlT.n that the Fxrentnri, Ad
intn ralrrr. ai d Quardlan. brrt-lnarter tiamrd.
bare ttd Ibelr repe'tlrit Rfmutit. of the ffllnw
I MX rulat-a In th Re.Mei'a Offlrr, at Mu,h
Chunk, In mi l f r iha Connijri'f Carlxr, whlrh
acutiiiiia I ate bvn nllnwed by the l(e.lltr. lll
be priib,nt-d tu Ihi Judgi. of tbe Orphnui.' Court
fin Motidijr. Ibt Will dav of .tanuarv uext, at t.n
o'vlnrk, A. llq for ronfirnia Ion 1
FlrHt and tliml account of Daniel
Shield.., Administrator of Hugh Galla
gher, dee'd, of East Mauch Chunk.
First and final nicnunl of LydlaOuni
tieil, Adinlnlstnitilx of Stephen Dum
A. WIIITTINUIIAM. VefWrr.
RrKl'Icr'. Om, Mau b Chunk, Dec. 27 1873.
Ii tlm Court if C!()mniii
Elizaiiktii Mamjf.i., by her next friend
lllehiird -Mulkln, vi. Thoinns Manuel ;
alius siiIi)cdiiii In Dlv.jrce, (origiiinl
hubpeenn Ao 2U, June Term, 1870,
returned nihil,) Issued Juu- 2Ulli,
187:1. Iteturndeleudaut nut found.
To TIIOMASMANUKL, lltipondtnt above named I
You are' hereby notltled lo be and ap
pear at a Cum t ot Common I'lens of
Cnrhon County, to be held In Mnueu
Chunk, on Ihe lblli day of January
next, 1874, nt 10 o'clock A. M., tn an
wer the above comphilnt, personal no
tice of Mibiccun and alias subpoana hav
ing failed on .account of youi ubstnea
from my llailtwlck.
OLIVER URENEISER, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Olllce, Mauch Cliunk, 1
OnlyTno Dollnri kiuIa tlulf a Year
TO-DAY PRINTING & PUBLISHING GO,.
Si.vsom !r., l'iiiiaiii.i.ri,it.
71i Ilrn-.l,iy, .V. V. a Si'hool Sr.. Bittotl.
I'.a, IIS A 117 E. Sladlsou St- Culca.-o.
In order to Closo Out my present im
mense stock of
Among which will he found a largo and
cholcu tarlety of
SILKS, AM'ACAf, OINUlltMrl DK I. A INKS,
Salines, l'opllns, Prlnt-t, Ac.
Ac; also, a line asiortnieut of
CASSIMERES AA'U COTTONAUES,
Suitable for Men'n nnd ltoy's V car, to
CARPETS & OIL CLOTHS
QUKKN3WAK& AKD GLASSWARE
and a variety of other Goods, all of
which I will Sell at
ta&& tor Casli!
Now U your time, if you want to ?e-
cuie REAL ii.tUUAJNS. The Stock
must ALL HE SOLD In order to itiaku
room for New Goodi. Remember the
place for 1'aulc l'rices :
Nov. 22. Dank St., Lehlghton.
onday, Dec, 1st. 1(473!
Mv entire Stock Murked Down now
Is thu time to lluy I
Ladies, Look at This!
Z?est Shilling Calicoes are now
Selling at 10 Cents
Good CHllcoes at 8 "
Good Mvsllii nt 12 and 14 "
Mucins at 8 and 10 "
Good Canton Flannel at.... ..13 "
Hetter " " at 15 "
Bt-t Gingham, sold before at
18 cents, now 10 "
Good Ginghams at 8 and 12 "
PREPARE FOR WINTER.
I would call special attention to my
largo lot of
Heavy Winter Suawls
WniTE ANU GRAY DLANKETS,
Which! nm Selling at very Low Trices.
Carpets and Oil Cloths,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PBICES.
Are Selling Very Low :
Best 4 Sugar at 12M Cents.
White Sugar nt 11 "
Aown Sugar at 7 to 10 "
And all other 'Goods in Proportion.
BANK STREET, . t .
Drug IFam'y Medicine
You will always find one of the largjt
and best selected stocks of
o' alt kinds, such as Lard, Sperm, Win
ter Whale. Tanners' Neatsfoot', etc.,
tho bpit In the market, warranted 150
Fire Test N'oU'Explmlve. A superior
expressly for Lanterns. Try It. The
SEWING MACHINE OIL
made, by tho bottle or In bulk.
Just received a largo assortment of
of every style.
All LNT FOR ALL THU POPULAR
of the day, such as
etc., etc., etc., ote.
The finest lot of American and French
iPerf wineries. :
Ilalr Oils Colognes. Pomades, Fancy
Soap, Cashmere, ifoquet and Eau do
Cologne, Toilette Soap, Honey and
Glycerine Soaps, etc.
Pocket Books & Purses
A full assortment for Ladies Jb Gents.
I'n re IlrnndlcH. WhlgltleH.
Wines, st nm, Holland Gin.
&c, for Medicinal Purposes
ET Try DUR LING'S Horse Powd.
era, Cattle Powders, Hog Powders und
Poultry Powders, by the pound or In
And BORDER, an cudies variety.
1ST Go to DURLIXG'S where every
thing Is warranted Fre-h Genuine and
Pliyslclaiis' Prescriptions and Family
lleclpes prepared by Hurling himself.
A. J- HURLING.
clMjport Aliead !
Tho inideHgned would re'r'ctfully
inform bullders.ooutrActors and the pub
lic In general, that they have opened a
In connection with their
Near tho L. S. Depot,
and that they havo now on hand an Im
mense stock of Miorougbly Seasoned
Lumber, such as
ltough Pine Board',
Surfaced Pine J7ori,
Flooring, Hemlock and Pine,
Sidings, of all ktridt.
Shlnalet an linmenae stock,
Itoofing and Ceiling Lath,
nnd, In fact, Lumber of .every descrip
tion ai nit very lowest market prices.
We aro also prepared to furnish Build
ers and others with a very lino article ot
N and, suitable for Masonry
WiirU. Planterlns, Ac, at Re
markably Low Figures.'
We have constantly on hand a large
mi oi wood suuaoie lor rirowoort,
-whicli we will sell, in large or small
quantities, at Prices to salt your Pockrte
0 Motlft-IIO.NfcSr COUNT LOW FBlOtS.
Yeakel & Albright.
Carbon connty, P
" The undersigned having old ooi
their business tn Mi sum, Sntdeb h
Wills, hereby request those pertoai
indebted to them to make Immediate
setth ra oil of their ncojunu, and save
trouble and expense. The accounts are
in thu hands of Ma. LEWIS WEISS,
who can be found at the Old Stand, for
settlement. BOWMAN A CO.
Weissport, Deo. 1878,-wi
iUlatacf Abiatiam Abccr, dcua4, talacUa
borou hof L.hiicaiuii.
Wb.r.at, l.tur t.tamaotary oa thi aHaU af
xtirahiiu Aun.r. law 01 tu. tnroufh ofLahkb
tou. CrlJQ JUul)f, dvOMwJ, ba beQ gra-wd
tj tl tuljKilb r,ail paiKiua Udbia4 16 aaid
lain ar. riKiua.Uii t utka linmedlaU parna1
and ibom uatlbK claim. a(iliul tbaaawf)i
1 rawal Ih.m sulluut U.lt ir MtU.ia.al M
Til.) 11 AS KSUKHSK
UnlsbUlP, Jan, 10, U74 6 bMUh
K9AKGAa.V FOR 18T8-U-
VPwardsv- BBATTY It PI6TH J.