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SATUI1DAV MOHS'INU JANUATlYSl IS? t.
Tlu que-tlon ol tin' right of the Sec
retary of tlio Treasury to draw nn tlm
914,000,030 reserve been tlWcuised
by tlio Comitdttce on Wnys nnd Means
who havo agreed to pro-rut tlio subject
Id tlm II oust) ami lmvo it settled there.
Tliey will present a resolution, how
ever, fixing h0 limit of the nntlonnl
tender cm reiicy nt S100.000.000. This
will prevent Iho covering Into lliu
Treasury of nny of the $14,000,000
Ihat I.U3 been paid nut.
A Washington dispatch of tlio 20th
Inst, says: In the Supreme. Court to
day, In the cao of Day ngt. Mlcon ct
nl., the Court held that In the proceed
ings In conlitcatlng thu property of Ju
('ah P. Benjamin, of Confederate noto
riety, there was not sufficient notice to
Mr. Benjamin' inottgagees, and tlierc
(oro nlllim thu Judgment bclowsustaln
lug thu tltlu of thu mortgagees ns
against Day, thu purchaser, under the
ptoceedlngs. In thu casu of Bongreo
against John Slldell, also known In
Confederate history, and others, Iho
decision aniruied tl e Judgment below,
holding that tlio confiscation of the
piop.-rty of Slldell passed' only a lifo
estate, and did not affect the tillo of his
children at heirs.
Mr. M. K. Waltc, of Toledo, Ohio,
was on Monday nominated to the Sen
ate y President Grant for Chief Jus
tice of the Supremo Court. "This gen
tleman," say the N, Y. Sun, "graduated
nt YaleCollege in 1837. He has been
n lawyer in Toledo, and lias been coun
sel for Important railroad corporations.
Hn is now Pi cedent of the Constitu
tional Convention of Ohio. He has
nevtr been a Judge. Wo never Heard
of liim until his appointment with
Evnrts and dishing as oneof thu coun
sel for the United States before thu Ge
neva Aibltintion Tribunal. Ho is well
ipoken of by thosu.who are acquainted
with him lu Ohio; but thu fact that ho
is not gent-rally known to tlio country
will render hi nomination for Chief
Justice less satisfactory than it might
The Senate were in executive session
for an hour and a quarter Wednesday
afternoon, engaged in the consideration
of tlio nomination of Moirison It.
"Walte to bu Chief Justice of the Su
preme Com t. Senator Edmunds and
thu two Ohio Senators, Sherman and
Tliurinan, sioko in favor of tlio con
firmation, showing a concurrence of
views as to Mr. Walte's integrity, his
gocd legal attainments, and his suitable
ten peiamentfor a Judge. Norem.uk!.
were mr.de by any Senator In opposition
to the nomination. On the question
will tlio Senate advise and consent to
thu appointment, the vote was unani
The death of Iho Siamese twins in
Mount Altry, near Salisbury, ffiU.,
on the 17lh of this month, ended one
of the most remarkable of Natural phe
nomena, 'ihiy camo to this country
In 1820, when they were 18 years old,
having previously been shown In Eu
rope. 'J hey were born on tlio coast of
SUm, and tlirir parents lived by fishing.
None of their filteen brother and uls
ters weto deformed, although many of
them wire twins. They made the tour
of the Unlit d States, and, excepting
Tom Thumb, were tlio treated objects
of uoiideiiuent to the people. Nor
was the curiosity concerning them con
fined to gaping rurallsts. To many
men of science thuy were tLu first
specimens ot Joined and lUitig human
beings. Tho fleshy ligature which
Jinked them was about a foot In length,
two Inches broad and four thick, and
tlliougli it ran a largo artery and many
veins, making their circulation identi
cal. Tktlr breathing, too, was simul
taneous ivlien they wero asleep. They
wero not so entirely one, however, but
that each liad an entirely separate ex.
Istence. Their senses were totally din
connected. Ouo could not feel a hurt
Indicted on Iho other, tho ligature being
tho only part lu which they were sensi
tive lu common. Much scientific dls
cussiou arose concerning them, mainly
bimlngupou the quettlon of posible
separation. The details of their death
nro meagre. Chan, died first, and a
few mlnutea afterward Eug, who had
for a lew dayg been well, became, de
lirious, and raved wildly. ThU nay
havo resulted from tlio uientaUhoclc
and apprehension ag to his own fate;
but more likely It was the result of a
cessntlonof blood chculallou between
him and' his brother. A stupor fol.
lowed, and ho died two hours after
ward. By an accident on the St. Louis,
Kansas City and Northern Railroad at
Daideen Crttlf, on Saturday night,
IUc Cutty, of Boston, Pje&ldint of tho
Jiiho Central Itallioail, VrJ badly
fcnrlttdntoot thf sfcdttscn, acd euorcd
Ml. V. MOItTIIIMUn,
Internal Iniurlc.. D. II. Plc'k'prlnff
Gnral Superintendent of tho same'
road, was Mlithlly hurt, nnd' nn'ri. Jl
H. Rollins, of Missouri, was consider
auiy injured. ... .- i
rteforti d fn- Tup Carikiv Ahvochti l.r rtirriRD
M. Mcttmnx, Attorney it I.nw.l
And now, Janunry 10th, 1874, tho
several Courts of Carbon county opened
by proclamation by court crier, John
Marklcy. l'reent non. S. S. Dreher,
Associates nustnn and Went):,
Thomas Kemercr was duly swprn In
as Pmthnnotary of tho Court of Com
Tho Grnnd .Tnrv upon helncr cmpan
nelled, wern very learnedly and forcibly
chnrgpd In regard In their duties.
A considerably number of licenses
wero acted upon, some of which were
laid over for consideration.
Com. vs Ed. Solt. Indlctmpnt forni
cation and bastardy; reengnlznnco was
taken for his nppcaranco at next court
Jns. Ppnrnsn vs Samuel Wolfe et nl.
Motion rf Albrluht. & Frcyman, attor
neys for plaintiff, tho court granted rule
nn dpfemlaiiN to Oiow cause why a new
trial shall not ho granted.
Jacob Roth vs T. I). Clauss.
In tho matter of tliBestato of Morgan
Powell, dee'd. Auditor's report 'con
In the matter of tho cstato of Cath.
Klbler, dee'd. lleport read nnd sale
In tho matter of the proposed road In
Franklin township. Report held under
In the matter of tho estato of F. Fus,
dee'd. Petition for sale of real cstato
Ilcreer St Younger vs E. Gaumpr de
fendant, and E. N, Smith garnishee,
liuli to answer interrogatories to garn
Com. vs M. Mandenwaldt et nl. De
fendants being called nnd tho District
Attorney havlnc no charge to prefer
against them, tliey were discharged.
In the matter of tho Incorporation of
tho E. Church of the Evangelical Asso
ciation of Welsspnrt, Pa. Tho decree
of Incorporation filed.
Com. vs John Hums. Larceny; true
Tho A. G. Paint Company vs 11. B.
In the matter of the distribution of
the funds arising from tlio Sheriff's sale
or the personal estato of Hiram Hnntz.
lieport read nnd, by consent f parties,
Is confirmed ns to all matters, excepting
the appropriations of tho balance, of
$,109.20 to tho Judgment No. l:!2. Oct.
Term, 187fi, as to which tho report Is
referred back to the Auditors to report
the farts. It is also ordered that thu
Piothonntary pay to tlm Judgniei.t cred
itors, excepting ns aforesaid, tho am'ts
dim thereon as per this report.
Com vs John Gallagher. Larceny ;
trim bill; verdict, guilty.
Com. vs John Walthelser. Assault
nm. vs G. W. Lear. Cutting down
Com. vs Samuel Zullncr. Larceny ;
Estate of Marv A. Stedman. dee'd.
First nnd final account confirmed nisi.
Estate of John Hixlier, dee'd. Wid
ow's appraisement confirmed.
Estato of Win. Fisher, dee'd. First
and final account of Adin'r confirmed.
Estate of John Schock, deo'd. Wid
ow's appraisement confirmed
Estate of u. U. Allen, dee'd. Wid
ow's appraisement confirmed.
iSatato of II. Uallauher, des'd. First
nnd final account of ldm'r confirmed.
Estate of P. Ebbert, dee'd. First
and final account of Adm'r confirmed.
Reports confirmed on csta'es ot tlio
following deceased : John G Houp, 11.
Smith, S. Gombert, W. Itemely, E. B.
iarrlngton, Joj. Zelliur, nnd Conrad
Com. vs II. Payton. raise pretences.
Com. vs Bernlmrd Johnson. Assault
com. vs. r . Yuiidt et nl, Council ot
tho Borough of Welsspnrt.
On motion of J D llertoletto. Simuel
DIck'on, of Philadelphia, was admitted
to practice ns nn attorney in the several
courts of this county.
Com vs John Gallagher. Assault nnd
battery, true bill ; guilty, sentenced to
pay c ists of prosecution, fine of SI and
undergo an imprisonment of four days
In county nil.
in tlio matter or the report of viewers
to vacate road bediming near new
breaker, in Mnuch Chunk township, to
near old toll gate In Packer towns up.
Com vs Paul Dauner. Surety or Hie
peace; to pay costs of prosecution.
Com vs Clias llausnian et nt. Same
case as above
In the matter of tho return of lorv of
partition of real estato of S Gombert,
dee'd. A rule granted upon all heirs,
legal representatives and all persons'
Interested to appear at thu next Or
phans' Court, to Do held Much 21st
In Iho tnatterof the division of Mauch
Chunk township Into 3d election district.
to be known us Ashtou district.
Com vs F Schulenbem, M M'Geo and
S MeUtcr; selling liquor without license
Coin vs t Itotli and U Delhi; selling
Minor on Sunday
Com vs M O'Donnell. M M'Geadv.
J Carr, C Peoples, nnd N Potters; sell
ing liquor witnoui license
In the matter of opening street In the
Borough of Lehlghtoifi
Com vsG WLcir, cutting down trees
on lands of John Mullen' ; sentenced to
pay costs of prosecution
Com vs John Wnlkhelser ; defeudant
belnu called threo times In onen court.
aud tailing to answer, his recognizance
Com vs B Johnson: drunkenness and'
assault and battery; guilty
Com vs John Burns; larceny; guilty,
Motiou of D Kalbtus, his attorney, for
arrest ot judgment aud to tlio his rulu
to show cau'-e; granted
Com vs Thos Lawler; fornication and
bastaidy; bill Ignored and dvfeiiduut
discharged, und Mary Wentou, uroje
cutitx, to pay costs.
Win Williams vs Ezra Bcrto'etto
Com vs Jos Sweeney selling liquor
oa iicctlAu dy; true bill.
Thu KxPtutlvo 'CommlttW (if the
Pennsylvania, Acrletilturnl Society III
nerflon nt llanlsliurg on Wednesday
elected thr'T'ollnvlllRolllcers President,
J.-lt. Kry, Harrlsbiirpt Corresponding
Secretary, Elhrldtto McConkey; Chemist
arid GeologHtr' Samuel J. Ilnldenmn;
Assistant Chemist nnd Geologist, Hugh
Hamilton ; Lllnnrlan, Win. II. Eagle.
Tho time of holding the next fair was
fixed for the, Inst Tuesday In September,
to.eniillnup four days. The place will
not bo decided until the March mcetinc.
Lawrence Schllp, n German nbnut 55
ypars age, ennim'lttpil suicide en Satur
day evening In Harrlsburg. Heplncpd
the muzzle of a henvlly loaded tnuskpt
In his mouth, operating tho trlcger with
n lath. Nearly the whole head was
blown off. Deeeased was to have been
trlpd nt tho nexttermof Court for theft,
which Is tho supposed causp for tlieJ net.
J II. DIIUBIIOIC,
Bust IVcUijiort, Pa.
Sa1a ftf nrorv Aipln(lAn Htlnnrirtrl tn nt
M-nRmiiMd chargpi. T"he patronage of tlie iml.lja
is rcrpeclluli; HUlclleu. .Jan. zi, ,1.
New Goods arid
New Prices ! !
OX OH ABOUT FEBRUARY 15th,
Hffppctfullr announce Itiat tie will recpen the
Merchant Tailoring KstabllKhment if Frederick
Schmidt, lu Wilmporl, llh an entire sew tlock
Cloths, Canlmereiand Vcillngi,
anii.han mgnped a (InUlaM Tntter from Totta
Tllle to Ilk charge i f that Srpnrtmrnt, o Ibat
he can gnsrntce thn het of irorkmanahlp anil ma
lellaU, and elegant fitl. In connection he will
keep a full stock cf
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Gents' furnishing Goods,
and. In fact, a general aaaortraent of n1 gor-da
usually found In a Ant cbn Merrhant Tailoring
More. The patronage bt the. futile la solicited.
The undesigned will nlno cnllnue the Drv
flood, Orucery and Provl-lm hull new nt his (Id
stana. r.u tno enrnor or tile Fort .Allen linllim
Mill, and will glre hla cuituuiera Ihe lnetU to lu
d'rlTed fnmi hia I irge ciuh purchaKea. All gooda
ure warranted I'rrah. A. OSWALL,
New York Day-Book.
A IUuocnATIc Weekii. Fatal.llkhi'd 1850. It
aupporla H'iifc guprmaey. poilileal nnd metal.
Terms. 2per Jear. .AfM.ellneii enniei fue. AI
dresa DAV-BOOU, New Yoik City;
Wood's Household Magazine
The IScMtlJollnr.lIoiifhIr. ,
lne, now In Its 11th
o!. nllh Chinmo.
TUB YOSE1I1ITK VAI.I.EV,
14x31) Incliet, lu 17 Oil Colors,
Magazine, 1 jeir, w Hi Mounted Clirninn, t2,no
Magazine, t ear, with UnuioualetlChrotuo, ''I AO
3Iag4lne, alone, 1 lear, ... 103
diamine our Clubbing and Premium Llata.
Two Flral-ulnea Perlnillcnla for
lie price of 01m. He Kv licit ICxperU
i iicril Cnnviiaaeia nnd others tuheudnt
once fur teruia nnd ptrlmen Magarine. Ad
dlea f. K.MIUTKS. Pulll.her,
11 Tark Row, K. Y. City, or .Newburgh, N. .
Fourth GRAND GIFT CONCERT
For thebenent or Ibo
Pl'BXIC LIHicAKV OF KY.
DltAWINO DKrlTllRKD TILL "
3lHt or march Next,
to complete tbe t.ilo of tieketa aud make a
FULL DRAWING-! !
IS, OHO cnahgirii ivllllie cllatrlliutea
by lut among the ticket-holders.
I.IHT OF GIFTS.
OKK flUANI) CASH O I IT.. J250IK1O
ONI'. (IRANI) CASH (SIFT ir1,()00
ONB OIIANI) !A"II GIFT 60.000
OSK (1RAXD CASH (IIFT HJ'OO
ONK IIItANU CASH UIFT 17.500
10 CA6I1 I1IFIS, llaOOOeacb lOOaTOO
80 CAUH OIFTS, B.0OO each..,......- 150,000
60 CASH OIPI'M, l.OOOeach .. 60.000
80 CASH OIFTS, Kllreli 40000
100 CASH 0 1 FT4, 400 each 41,000
150 CASH (II FTP, llOJeach 45000
, 2V l)AH ftlftV, 2O0encll 600UO
325 CASH GIFTS, 100 each .. S2JS0O
11,0'JO CASH U 11'1'S, 50 each (50,000
Total, 12,000 Ulfta, all Caiu, amount
ing 10 1 (1,600,00;
aa-The concert and distribution of gilts will
rniveian'tunciiuitMcalytaU ;!are m Vn day
nowjtxttl. whether all the tickets are sold or not,
and tbe 1JM0 giris all paid In proportion to the
number of tickets sold.
PllICBS OF TICKETS.
Whole Tickets, (50) Hi res, $25 1 Tenths, or
each coupon, $5 1 rleven Whole Tickets for 6000
ia Tickets Ihr 11,0001 113 VfboU Tickets for
i 5,000 1 227 Whole Tickets for $10,000. No dli
couut on less than f5o0 worlh bf tickets.
Applications for sgencles aud orders, fur tickets
should be addressed tn
THOS. K. BR AM LETT E.
Agent Tublie Llbrsrr Kraud MansgerOut Con
cert, I'ulllo Library llulldlng. Leulstllle, Kj.,
or THOS. II. HAYS It CO..
Eislern Agents, 600 'Broadway, New York.
ftK tft JR9n f d' Agents ant.d.
9U tU $&KJ All clssses or working peo
ple cf either sex, )ouogor old.- make more mouey
at work ibr ua In helr rpart moments, or all tbe
time, than at any thing else. Particulars tree.
Address U STlNSOt CO., 1'orllsod. Maine. '
(No Tar ud), lor outside work smtlnstda. In
stead of plaster. FH Carpeting. 4c. bead two
3-ceut kUmpa for ciroulsr and fsmples.
0. 1. r A Y, Cainds n, N, 3,
$ti IO8100 In Wall street WUn (eida to
IVIalbrlnna. No risk. 33 page pampbUC
v for tttap. Vauxtixi Icucsimz &
0, Hankers and Bn'tnt, Wall rtrvet, N. Y.
J ;' ;
FOR A CASH OF FALXlRU.
The s'eatelt tlrlrc; Physician In America, cures
ail uiseaes 01 .(ne
LIVlilt, STOMACH AND BO'VVKL.S
BY rUUCLY VJIQETAULB MGDICIXU.
. . . CUKES. ALL DISEASES OF TUB
Throat, Lungs and Air Passages
Ity Medicated InbslationsandOxygeiuited Air.
Cures all 'Chronic, Nertoua'and Fatnfut AtTece
NATUKE'S OP.EAT REMEDY.
CAN HE CUriEDl
CAJNCER3, TUMORS, PILES,
CURED WITHOUT CUTTISO.
-J' .. . . if t'l a. i . '
Removed In tbree hours. No chargo until the
vuiue nviu la reuiuieu.
020 Hamilton St., Allcntown. Iu,
S- ConsulUtioQ, (Vea of chnrac. .dally, from
9 As . until S l'. Me
trg t you nio pick or Afflicted, Dr. Bond cnn
rur jou. If be i-uuubt cur 3x11, cu arn ttr
talulj pakt nit .opo. , Juu.
T. I)e Witt Tnliunfio Is mW jfj
Tim ChrlstlAii at f.
"1 Wiirb!" f!. II. SiniiiTOiiii Sn... KJ
s5?j cl.ileuirvsioiult'iit. Tlii-y writo pj(
t f(ir no otlitT aierlii Aincrlca. j
ra; Thrt'e ninuiilfli'eut chrnmos.
Pay laiger, Conmilsi.lt!) tlimi
nny oilier paper. CHRO- V
tVIOS ALL READY.
No tc ctariaiiiiiin. No kixIIoii
i'alUm. Onu nRi'nt rt'ct-iitly jfti
tiJ otitalneit 80 suliscrlptlons In fiX
cility lioura absolutu work, jpj
fjj Sample copies and circulars
II. W. ADAMS, Pulillslier, Re
fd 103 Ctiamaers St., X. V. ' 1(5-,
g Ji3-0m &
fMlic uiiilorssgnetl 1,-cgpcct-
fllflv mitinnn(-..4 tlinf lin to t,nttnH
prepared tlian uvur toiiuy aud Sell
Cair and sheep Siting,
at Ills Old Stand, nearly opposite the
post, unite, iatiK aireer, J.eiiiglitun.
tST Tlie lilgliest cash prices iald tot
Hides nud Sblus. -
uov. aj. C. E. OKEEMJWALn.
Floral Guide for 1874.'
200 Pages,; 500 Engravings and Colored
Plate. Published Quarterly, at 25 cts.
a Year. First No. tor 1874 Just Issued.
A German edition at sauiq price.
Addwss JAMES V1CK,
nov. 20. ltochenter, K. 1.
fstate cf Abrahsra Abcer, deceaseJ, late of the
Wherta, tetters tealamentsry on tbe estate of
Abraham Anner, late of tbe boroufh of Ublith
ton; Carlion countjr, deceased, hate been granted
to tbe sulcllu,r,all penons indetitM tn said es
tate are. reuue'ted to uuke liuiuedlste psjm.nt.
and those basing claims 'sgslnel tbe same wUI
present lhm nntbentlrated fur settlement to
TIIUMAS KEM Kit tilt,
Leoijjbtoa, .Jsn, J0,l87ive .jecutor.
"WAKGAlS FOR 1873 Me.
loiloons, nearly new, from 125.00
upwards. UEATTV & PLOTTS.J
Apr. J3. WashliiKtoii, K.
MAUoil CHUNK, VA. .
Oot 18, 1SW,
ly nnnntince tor
Iim frlendt and
the public In general, that Ik- has open,
ed n llri-t-class
Livery & Sale Stable.
nnd that he can furnish Horses, IIuubI'm
nnd Carriages of tho best descrlpllim,
for Pleasure, Unslness or Funeral pin
poses, at very Iteasonalilii Cliaruo.
and on shoit nntlre. HAULtNtS done
at hliort notice nnd on ebon nullcc. In
connection ho will nNo continue his
where thu pe-oplu can gut their Cnirlnge-t
7Aiggle-, Wagons, etc., mane tu order,
or KKPAIKEO on short notice and at
Tho undersigned respectfully an
nounces that ho lias been appointed
Agent for tho
These, are nmfotil'tMlly tho best Wash
ers nnd Wringers in the nmiltet, nud
our ladles am Invited to call ai.d see
L. P. Kleppinger,
for. INK and IRON Streets,
Feb. 22, 187U. Lehlghton, Pa.
In order to CIoso Out my present Im
mense stock of
Among which will bo found a largo nnd
choice variety of
SILKS, Al.l'ACAS, aiMUUMS DK LAINES,
. Satlnes, Poplins, Prints, Ac.
itc.j also, it lino assortment of
CASSIMEItEd AND COTTON ADES,
Sultablofor Men's and Hoy's Wear, to
CARPETS & OIL CLOTHS
and a variety of other (loods, all of
which I, will Soil at
' Now is j our time, if you wnnt to i-c-
cuio iitAJi 11.1KUAI.NS; The Steele
must ALL UESOLD in order to make
room for New (Jooils. Remember tho
place tor Panlu Prices :
Nov. ItanW St., LeTilgliton.
outlay, Dec, ImI. iHVAl
My ontlro Slock Mnrked Down now
Is the tlmo to liny 1
Ladies, Look at This!
i?est Slilltinc Calicoes are now
Selliini at . If) Cent
Oood Calicoes nt . .- 8 "
Cood Muslin nt 12 nnd 14 "
Mucins nt u8 nml in
Cood Canton Flarine-fat 13 "
Iletter V' " . .nt..i.,.15 "
A'et Gingham, sold hefotu at
18 cents, now 10' ' "
Good Cltighanisat 8 nnd 12 "
PREPARE FOR WINTER,
I would call special attention to niv
largo lot of
Heavy Winter Shawls
WIIITE AND GRAY BLANKETS,
Which I am Selling at very Low Trices.
Carpels anil OH C'lollis,
AT GREATLY ' RE DUCED PRICES.
Are SellluR Very Low :
Best A Sugar at ..'...-.12K Cents.
White Suir.ir at 11 '
i?fown Sugar nt.. .....7 to it) "
And nil other Goods in Proportion.
LEIIIOIITON, .... PEKN'A.
JpiLOUIl A7SO FUEO.
Respectfully Informs the people of Lo-
uigiuoii inui.iiu uas moi txcullciu '
riour for Salp j M
Also, good FEED of all kinds, and
STRAW In.thjj ..flundle. . He Js.nlso
prepared to do" unyklud bt-'f t'Li
Hauling an,d Plowing
at short notice.- '
, LEB1GII (Cd) STREET, 1
U-hlghtou, I'm March 28. ly
$ 5 sO
rHpiIK FIRST OltKATSAIiT LAKE
Gift Concert, authorised by and
under the Immediate supervUlon of the
city authorities of CorlnnoClty, for the
benellt nnd in aid ot the
Public Free School,
The Only Freu School In Utah Tcrr'y.
TltU8TEUS OP PUU1.IC FItlCE jCliOOI.,
Cnpt. S. Hotve, J. 8. Gerrlsll u4
DlstrlUutett In the Ticket Iloldera
Grand Gift Concert,
TO UI3 HELD AT THE
Opera House.City of Corinne,
.liar tli 3i.nI, 1N7.1.
Driinsitory, Itnnk of Corinne.
IMlBCt: S1.00 U4C1I.
Oil SIX FOIt FIVE DOLLARS.
$226,500 m GIFTS,
AM FOLLOWS I
1 Grand Cash Gift
i mm ;
l M U
I 11 t
l : :
o " " Sl.OJOeioh
!W " " S0)ca-h
100 " 10 1,-ach
200 " 0 each
700 " ' 20eU
CJ0 ' 10 each
1.3'ia " " 5e.uh
60 Oil) " leach
.12 0 J 1 Casbaifts, amounllujto
ONE CHANCE IN EVERY NINEt
Tho distribution will be In public,
and will ho made under the same form
and regulations ns the San FrancNco
and Louisville Library Gift Concerts,
under the mpei vision of a committee of
prominent citizens mlecteiLby thu ticket
Reference us to the Integrity of this
enlerpiiso and of the management u
mndu to lhcfollowlng well kuoVu citi
Stm. L. Tibbals, A, Tnporiee, J.
MnMi. J. 11. Cierrlsh Members of
Judge T. J. Illack, lsi't U. S. As
sessor; M.vlsli & Grreiiwald, proprie
tors Metropolitan IlnU'l; Kugene Moore,
C'ily .Marslutl, W. We Hull., Architect;
J. Keline, C'ou-lablej J. Kopftr,. Jew
ell r; dipt. S. Howe, C'oiitiactorj'O. D.
Richmond 4c Co., Comniisslon Met
ehaiits; M. E. Campbell, proprietor
L'entri.1 Hotel; iMnulelon & Cri-ath, pro--inlelnrs
l'aelllu Stables;S. P. Hileli,
.Mticlinut, Sandy, Utalij A. G. GaiM
.''on, Helena, Mimtana.
We will also a in ouuco that each and
every person buj lug a ticket can atany
and a II times examine uur books ami all
business tinnsactlons connected with
the eliterpiisej and ns tlio drawing of
piizes will I), placed In tho hands of
honest mid dlsiiiteiesled men, It will In
sine a lair and Impaitlul distribution.
Uuuil Kesixiiislblti Afieuta Weill I tO.
l.lherul Caiiiiiiu.lun Allowed.
Vif Money Hhoulil be tent by Ex-pie.-s
or by dialt on any solvent bank,
by 1'n-tulli Money Onh r, or Regls
teieil Letter, nt our risk. For particu
E. W. MORGAN, Manager,
Lock Box 158, Corluue, Utah,
ctssport Ahead !
Thn tinder.dgneil would repeclfblly
Inform bullders.contractors and the pub.,
lie in general, that thoy have opened
In connection with their
Near the L. & S. Depot,
and that "they havo now on hand an Ira.
nienso stud; of 'horouglily Seasoned,
Lumber, such' as
Rough Pino Boards,
Surfaced Pino Zoards,
Flooring, Hemlock; and Pine,
'Sidings,. ot nil kinds,
. Shingles an Immense stock,
Roofing and Ceiling Lath,
and, lu fact, Lumber (f every descrlp-.
tion at th very lowest market prices.
Wo are iN prewired to furnish Build
eis nnd others witli a very tine article of
K la la if . kiiltnlilM '.in nitan..M..
- - . ...ihwiv V ..... J
klVoi'k. IMiistei Injr, ic, at Re.
lnaraaoiy iw ilgures.
Wu havo constantly on banifa largo
lot of Wood suitable for Firewood,
lilch wu will sell, In large or small
quantities, at Prices to suit your Pockets,
Om Mono-llONtSl' COuiiT-LOW 1'ltIOiS.
f eakol & Albrights
"aug 23-yl ftirbon county, P,
yfflhtn you go to Weissport,
Don't fall to call In ssd see
. y, v. sufTiii i
IIo kecpj evcrytblng ntee.