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, V. noilTHtMKK EBItOII.
SATURDAY MOHNINU miRUAtlY It,
Our friends will lKno take vrtlro
that tlio onice of Tiffi Cakbos Abvo
c tb will be ri moved from Its rresent
location to Uie Wilding almost dlretly
opposite, belonging to r. S. Helntzel
man, Esq., on or about tlio 1st of
Missouri legislation Is saU to cost
seven dollars a minute.
The Southern lllriuileal SoIety U
gathering the record of the lute civil
war, In order that tho material may ho
obtained for a Southern history of tlio
The prndiicthm of coal on the Pacific
cost is M Idly Increalnp. The Mount
Diablo mines have averaged 175,000
tons a year for two years past, mid the
lowest pi Ices are $0,23 for fine,
$8,25 for coise.
Attorney .General Ti ftln r f M nsachu
Bi tts advocates the abolition of the death
penalty. Ho says that as the law now
stands secret murder may have become
one of the safest of crimes, and In his
opinion the certainty of conviction of a
crime punishable by Imprisonment for
life will bo far'more effectual In de
terring men from tho commission of
niurd-r than the threatened severity of
punishment by death.
The New York Mercantile Journal
Company, 350 Pearl Street, New York
City, -announce to the public that as all
previous editions of the Lecture on the
"Currency Needs of Commerce" by
Mr. Walace P. Groom, In pamphlet
form sixteen pages have been ex-
tiausted and as tho Inquiries for the
pamphlet are still numerous, they are
again printing it, and will send one or
moro copies to any person applying
therefor and enclosing stamps for return
Monday afternoon the house exploded,
killing two men named McMnhnn and
Kecfrs Their remains were 'terribly
mangled. palU r.f them being found In
different places in the woods. As they
were making som reptlrs It is thought
they hit some concealed glycerine,
which caused the explosion.
In thcpcheduleofasaetsand liabilities
filed In the bankruptcy ca"e of Edwin
P. Booth, In New York, the total are
given as follow; Creditor holding
curties, $100,115; unsecured ciwli.
tor. 5-102,1(11; assets, 40,80J; debts
The ladles In Ohio who have joined
In the crusade ngalnst the saloon
keepers, have some little dlfllcultle" to
contend with. A saloon keeper In that
State recently had timely warning that
the ladle were coming to nuid a prayor
iicctlliL' In Ills saloon, lie prepared lor
their reception by sprinkling red pepper
on the Move with moat disastrous results
to his lady visitors.
A Chicacn roan lately received a tele
gram from his wife, who Is In Germany,
Miylng that she had given birth to a
daugnter. He was so pleaed at the
news that he nave orders to a naki r to
distribute 500 loves of bread to the poor
eaeh dny for 10 days.
Thurlow Weed, who recently had his
watch ttolen bv a ulikpocket. while
riding in a Uroadway stage In New
York, has recovered his property oy aia
of the detective police. The watch was
given him by the Lite James Savage, of
Albany, In loJJ, over rorty years ago,
The Nova Scotia fisheries were valued
at $0,200,000 last year.
The City Marshal of Davenport, la.,
has Mied 2102 free and enlightened
voters lor tneir poll tax.
A bill U before the California Legis
lature making 12 hours a day's work
for street car conductors.
The Maine Legislature appears to bo
dividing Its attention between capital
punishment and lobster trade.
Baroness Burdett Coutts recently
delivered a speech at Edinburgh on the
occasion of being presented with the
freedom of that city.
St. Louis merchants have been victim
lied by a large number of counterfeit
Treasury notes for S20. S5U and 9iw,
In circulation in that city.
The scarcest fur in Alaska is that of
the black fox. Of 21.000 bklns taken
In 1872 there was only one black fox
skin, which sold for the large price of
A letter from .Alaska to a gentleman
In New York says that the gold fields
in th.it territory are panning nut well
some miners making from $100 to $150
a day. They arc on the Stiklne river,
about 200 miles from Sitka. The same
writer says that Alaska is no place for
white men. It rains or unows nearly
the year round. An attempt was made
to raise potatoes near Sltkn, and the
result was a watery tuhcr about the size
of a walnut. Iibeumatism Is prevalent
The N. Y. Sun fays: Mr. H. Singe;
ex-policeman, Is In ncelptof a pension
of $;to0 per anmini. A ludgmint wa
some time ago recovered agaiit lilm
and the ordinary supplementary pro-
ret dings viero taken, ii lulling In tile
appointment of u ii ceiver. The receive
gotone quarter's pa) mi nt of the pension
and proceeded to apply It in payment
ot the Judgment. On application
Mr. Since, Judge Jiveph 11. Daly has
oidered the money to 1c paid back
holding that a pension is no debt due
the pensioner, but a gift by the Govern
ii.i r.t, ai.d that It cannot be tclzcd for
The army rtductlnr, bill, under con
sldmtlon hy the House M iliary Oni
miltee, provides for sweeplngieducllons
in the army among others of five leg!
nients of infantry, two cavalry, and one
ai tilery. Officers who may necessarily
he affected by the reduction are to re
celve one year's pay on being niu&tticd
nut. Impoitant changes are also pro
posed In the number and mode ot the
selection of officers as commanding
gi nrrals of tho several military depart
mcnts. The bill provides lor the n
polntment of assUtant surgeons ami
r.s-Utact quartermasters fiom officers
who have bervtd In the Medical and
Quartermaster's Depaitments during
the late war, and that the first twenty
giaduates each j ear from the Military
Acarh my shall be assigned to reglaienls
ad the remainder discharged.
Alias Snhrcsna in Divorce to October
Term. 1873. No. 7. In the cao of
Elizabeth. Manuel, by her next friend,
Richard Watklns, verus Thomas Man
uel, In tho Court of Common Pieas of
The Commissioner appointed by the
said Cuuit January 24, 1874. to take
tetliunny in tne aiinvo rne ana report
to the next term of Court, will nieetnl!
parties Interested for the purpose of hi
appointment on Monday, March 0th,
1874, at r-4 d'ciooK r. ,u , at, me omce
it Albright & Freyman. in tlio bor
ough of Mauch Chunk, Pa.
W, 31. KU'SUKK,
once ix divorce.
ft NNlgMCC'8 NOIICC.
Notice Is hereby given that Thhmas
S. Dock, of Lehlghton, Carbon county,
Pa., and Mary, his wife, by deed ot
voluntaiy assignment have, ns-laneil nil
the etate, real and personal, of the
said Thomas S. Deck .to J eph K.
anniuunclicr, of Kreldersvilic, North
ampton county, IV, in trn-.t, for tho
benefit of the said Thomas S Jbck.
All persons, therefore, indebted to
tho said Thomas S. Beck, will make,
payment to me, the said assignee, at
Kreldersviile, or to my duly nutl.oilzfU
agent, Thomas S. Beck, at Lehighton,
and those having claims or clenmn.l.
will make known the same within six
weeks f :om this date. '
josnni k. wannamachf.r;
Assignee if Tuoinu 8, Btfi'k.
A New Idea!
otlco or Incorporation,
A dispatch from Phllabelphia says:
On Saturday lnt, Thomas Mooney, a
man about tlilrtyifivo years of age,
whilst working at the marble quarry
owned by D, O. Hltner, In Upper
Merlon, met with an accident which
caused almost Instant death. It appears
that he was In the act of preparing a
blast at tho top of the quarry, when a
jue mature explosion occurred, throwing
(the unfot lunate man shout twenty feet
In the air along with the mass of Mono,
nd directly over the quarry, which Is
mora than a hundred feet deep. Ho
ft)! to the bottom, a mangled, dying
man, his throat having been cut before
he descended sufficiently to sever the
artery and cause dath, eveu had he
net experienced the terrible fall. He
lived long enough to recognize his wife,
who is left Willi five chlldien, the oldest
about seven years of age.
The GJywtoe factory of Michael
J5rady at fort Tlconden ga, closed for
the past few weeks, was again ttaited
ondsy morning. Ataboutfouro,clork
Squlblete Iiy "Mareutlo."
Competition is the life of trade,'
has been knocked into a cocked hat
The saying now Is, "Chrom os are the
lire of t ratio. " in fact, Chroiuos are
all the rage. If you buy a pound of
tea you must take a chromi, or else
forecr have the undying hato of
the storekeeper. Next thing we know
we will have chromo coffins, chroiuo
cough candy, chromo catfish, and
chromo I don't know what. Even the
ladles are singing:
Cliromo Ruin, chromo gain.
From a loreinn store.
And oil, my heart Is free from pain
Just Ktvu muoiiu pound more,
Mr. Clnomo must hu a n o-it Inde
fatigab'.e (ah! camphor, please!) artist
for his vi rks are vailed and many,
and the people crow more (I feel bet
ter) about them than they would over
the more recent paintings of the ancient
This Is a sample of the work that
keeps the pottman busy on St. Valen
Hear AnRCllne. I would bo tlilno,
Pinv. (tram this wish ot mine;
To von I've taken quite ft shine
Ot will you be uiy Vulentlue?
Charles Aufmstus. I lovo you not,
And I d sooner ho shot.
Than Iki 'cpt In water hot
Hy marrying such a sot.
We mado a hair bread-th escape, the
other day, as wo were partaking of a
modicum of the "staff of life." And
thrugh wo nio fond ot red herrings,
we object decidedly to finding reJ hair
In our bread.
Bnnrs" boy I as bern to the mrnag
eile He says "the hlpro'jvtoes i a
gocd beast," but he likes "the cammo
miie biMtst of all."
Mr. Wallops Is dea I, and Mrs. W. is
Inconsolable. Indeed, she is worried
almost to death for feaf her n t u
biud'snanie will not commence with
V, Poor thing I she needs sympathy.
Hrrtllver is, i gravid with a "W."
lit r china Is marked "V," hence the
anxli ty of Mis. W. to get the aforesaid
"W." Alas I the rest of the alphabet
hath no charms for her. Her lot is a
sad one. bhe says If she had bad any
Idea that wallops was going to die so
scon, sho would never have had the
things aarked "W."
"What a fall was there, my country.
men I" Correct I Astronomy Is a
most delightful study, but the sidewalk
at this season of tho year, Is not the
exact kind of an obsevatory from which
to observe the stars and things. From
the slippery condition of the streets
and the frequent accidents, any one
would think It was tho fall of the year,
Notice Is hereby clven that at a Court
of Common Pleas in and for the Coun
ty of Carbon, on the 24th day ot Jan
uary, A. D. 1874, a petition was pre
sented with articles ot association,
praying for a charter of Incorporation
for the "Xowanensing Farmers' riro
Insurance Company," of Millpoit,
Carbon County, Pa. Whereupon tho
said Court perused and examlntd tho
same, and ordered that unless sufficient
cause be shown to the contrary on or
before the next term of the said Court
to be held nt Mauch Chunk on tho
fourth Monday of March next, the said
charter would be granted in accordance
Willi the petition and nrticles or asso
ciation filed in the office of the Pro-
thonotary of said Court.
From the record:
W. M. ItAFsHEn, Attorney for Pe
mlioiiimid of and Millions of
l'rupertj MVed hy umIujj tbo
Safety Kerosene Lamp
These lamps art made of brais, aud will nerer
The burners hate a Safetr Tube Attachment
for the escape of Kax, and will never eiplode.
Thecbluineva are made of Mica (r IMn plas,
ii called), aud Iht-y are lb on It lamp cbtmuutt
ujntie iiiHi win unt tirettk by net l or com.
Glass CblmiiK and Lamps are unfttifo aud ex-
peupire inn l met universal tonipiainr
UTer R)Teiityfhe tuWllone of Ulam l.amp Chim
neii are broken In I his e uutryevtrr Year.
rrire oi nana jamp. CKUipteic, wun .mca
Oiaou iarj)ps twoUulMr.
l'rlce il llrmwe 1'arlor or
cent to any Liart if
the United Matt-s by ox;-reii on rttcelpt of tbe
ujuuej vy man, ljUW a,;eittf wauivi tu w.i iiivm
LanijM and Mica Chiuiiive lu every ilty anl
Uwu(lowhuDi a llbetal, discount will be made.
Neiid lur haiLple lamps and clrcuUra giving all
particulars. 'i.hey spejk for theuuelveK, aud sell
uu klgUU Addrese
fell 4-1871 Mj.UU 1'earl fct., New Vurk.
JORTII PKNNA, IIA1LROAD,
TasseDf ers for I'blladelphla will leave Lahtchton
6.09 a. m , t la L. V4 arrive at Thtla at 8.55 a.m
7 37 a. so. via L. B. " 11.10
T.39a.ni.TlL. V. " 11 10 p. m
114)7 p. u. via L, k 8. 11 " 3.15 p.m.
p. m. via L. V. " . 2.15 p.m.
p, m. via u. b " " o. p.m,
4 47 p. m. via L. AH.' l:M i.m
U4 p. ui. via. L. V, " i 20 p. m,
TJtf p. di. via L. V. 10 30 p.m
H(rpntf. lvavadfDotat Berks and American
t!trte, 1'hiU at 7.1 J, 30 aod 9.44 a. 104 2.10
nLba to Tblbderrhta. 13 ii.
sjp U. fJaAUSS,
And Dealer In
Cent's Fiirnlglilnpr Goods,
Constantly on hand a splendid stock of
ConelstinR of Plnln nnd Fancy Cloths.
Casslmeres nnd Vestlngs.for Men's ntul
Hoys wear, which i inn prepnieu 10
Make up to Order In the most Fashion-
uhle Styles, at short notice.
Ladles', Misses and Children's
A well selected stock of French and
Turkey Morocco, Glove Kid, Lnstlnc,
Kid, l'ebulo and (iraln Leather Moots
aud bhoes on hand, or
ill a do In Order.
Hats, Caps and Furs,
Of the Latest Styles nlways oj hand, at
tlio lowest rrice.
Also, Agent for tho
Amcrlcau & Orover & Baker
Only One Price for Everybody.
January 11, 1873-yl
50 Dollars ! !
ly nnnnunce to!
hU friend and
the public In general, that 1m has open,
ed n first-class
Livery & Sale Stable.
nnd that lie can furnish Horses HiusIrh
and Carriages of the best description,
for Pleasure, Iliislticss or Funeral pui
poses, nt very Ileaionnblo Charne,
and mi shoit notice. 1IAULINO dono
nt -linrt notice and on hhort notice. In
connection ho will a No continue his
where the peopiocan get their Carriages
.Buggies, AVngnns, etc., inano to order,
or I1KPAIKED on short notice and at
The unilerslgneil respectfully an.
nomiccs that he has been appointed
Agent for the
These are undoubtedly the bet Wash
ers and Wringers In tho maiket, and
our ladles nie Invited to call m il see
L. P. Kleppinger,
Cor. MNK and IRON' Streets,
Feb. 22, 187y. Lehlghton, Pa.
Buy the World-Renowned
BEST IN THE WORLD!
ESTTlio Highest Premium
awarded to It at
VIE IsTUST A.
muo undcrslgncrt respect-
fully announces that be Is better
prepared tuan ever to jiuy and bell
Calf and Sticep SUlm,
at his Old Stand, nearly opposite the
Dost office. Bank Street, lehlRhton.
ine nigucst cosu prices paiu zor
Hides ana bklns.
nov. 23. C. E. GUEENWALD
Architect and Saperintendent,
No. 142 N. 7th Street, Allentown, T&.,
furnlshef Plans, bpeclncatiuns and KM
mates for Public and Private Zhilldlncs.
Stairs, Halls, ic, Constiucied and
Set Up by the mo.t approved method
and at short notice. Patronace is res
pectfully solicited, and satisfaction
guaranteed. apr, 0-yl
Ohio Stato Fair;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amor. Institute, N. Y.;
Indianapolis Exposition ;
St. Louis Fair ;
Louisiana Stuto Fair;
MIssisslupl Stato Fair ;
nnd 'Georgia Stato Fair;
FOR BEING THE
BEST SEWING MACHINES,
and doing1 tho largest end best
rango of Yrorii. All other
JIacliInej hi tho Market
ircro In direct
COMPETITION ! !
ZWFor Hemming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
ing and Stitching fine
or heavy goods it is
"Whoro wo havo no Agents
wo will dollror a Machirfo
for tho prico namod above,
at tho nearest Rail Road
Station of Purchasers.
Needles for all Sewing Ma
chines for Sale.
Old Machines taken In Exchange.
Send for Circulars, Prico
List, &c, and Copy of tho
Wilson Reflector, one of the
best Periodicals of tho day,
devoted to Sewing .Ma
chines. Fashions, General
News" and Miscellany.
.Wilson Sewins Machine Co.
In order to Closo Out my present Im
mcEso stock of
Among which will be found a largo and
choice variety of
SILKS, ALPACAS, OINQnAMS. DE LAINES,
Satlnes, Poplins, Prints, &c.
Ac; also, a lino assortment of
CASSIMEUES AND COTTONADES,
Suitable for Men's and Boy's Vear, to
CARPETS & OIL CLOTHS
QUEENSWAItl: AKD OLASSWARE
and a variety of other Goods, all of
which I will Sell at
Ctosti tw Cash!
Now Is your time. If you want to se
cure REAL U.-lliGAINS. Tho Stock
must ALL l!K SOLD In order to make
room for New Goods. Remember the
place for Panic Prices :
milK FIRST GREAT SALT LAKS
Gift Concert, authorized by and
under the Immediate supervision of the
city authorities of Cnrlnno City, for the
ueuenr, nun in am or tne
Public Free School,
The Only Free School In Utah Terr'y.
TRUSTEES OF rUDLlC FREE jCrJOOL,
Cnpt. S, I1ot, J. 8. OrrrltU audi
DUtrlbnted to the Ticket IIoUr
Grand Gift Concert,
TO BE HELD AT THE
Opera House,Cityof Corlnnei
March 3l8t, 1874.
Depository, Banlt of Corlnn.
500,000 "TICKETS !
mice 81.00 EACU.
OR SIX TOR FIVE DOLLARS.
$226,500 IN GIFTS,
AS FOLLOWS I
Hank St., Lehlghton.
gVUSORIDES FOH .
The Carbon Advocate,
Tb Cbuptit r.p.r la the Ltbljh Tiller,
Only One Dollar a Year .
, M0BTI1IUER, PnUUtier,
1 0d Cuk '
outlay, Dec, 1st. IN?3!
My entire Stock Marked Down now
Is the time to lluy !
Ladies, Look at This!
Zfcst Shllllnc Calicoes are now
Sell Intt nt 10 Cents
Good Culleoes at 8 "
Good Mvslln nt 12 and 14 "
Mu-llns at 8 and 10 "
Good Canton Fhtuutl nt 13 "
lletter " " nt 15 "
iV-jt Glnulmm, sold before at
18 cents, now 10 "
Good Ginuliums at...i.8 ami 13 "
PREPARE FOR WINTER.
I would call special attention to my
large lot of
Heavy Winter Shawls
WHITE AND GRAY BLANKETS,
Which I am Selling nt very Low Trices.
Carpets anil Oil CIoIIim,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Are Selllnc Very Low :
Dost A Suenr nt 131 Cents.
White Suunr at 11
iovn bugnr.at 7 tu 10 "
And all other Goods in Proportion.
52,934 Cub Glfti, noontlui Is . . $22t,60O
ONE CnANCE IN EVERY NINE I
The distribution will be in public,
and will bo made under the same form
and regulations as the San Francisco
and Louisville Library Gift Concerts.
under tho supervision of a committee of
prominent citizens selected by the ticket
Reference as to the integrity ot this
enterprise nnd of tho management is
made to tlio louowing well known cltl.
Sam. L. Tibbals, A. Toponce, J.
Malsh, J. 11. Gerrlsh Members of
Judge T. J. Black, jls3't U. S. As
sessor; Malsh & Greenwald, proprie
tors Metropolitan Hotel; Kugene Moore,
City Marshal; W. W. Hull. Architect;
J, Kchoe, Constable; J. Kupfer, Jew
eler; Cant. S. Howe, Contractor; O. D.
Richmond & Co., Commission Mer
chants; M. E. Campbell, proprietor
Centrttl Hotel; lnglelori& Creath, pro
prietors Pacific Stables; S. P., Hltcti,
.Merchant, Sandy, Utah; A. (J.' Qarrl
son, Helena, Montana.
We will also announce that each and
every person buying a ticket can at any
aud al times examine our hooks and all
business transactions connected with
the enterprise; and as the 'drawing of
pilzes will be placed In the hands of
honest and disinterested men, it will in
sure a talr and impartial distribution.
Uood Haipoiulbla Ageutl Wanta
Liberal Commlsilou Allowed.
1ST Money should bo sent by Ex
press or by diaft on any solvent bank,
by l'u.-todlce Money Order, or Regis
tered Letter, at our risk. For particu
E. W. MORGAN, Manager,
Lock Box 108, Corinne, Utah,
cUt port Attcad!
W. A. GRAVER
, . rENN'A
jrLOUK AKD FEED.
Respectfully informs the people of Le
highton that ho has most Excellent
Flour for Sale ',
Also, cood FEED ot all kinds, and
STRAW In the .Bundle. He is also
prepared to do any klnd.of
Hauling and Plowing
at short notice.
LEHIGH (3d) STREET,
Lehighton, Pa. March 28-ly
Carriages, Slelgus, Buggies,
and eerj deicrlptlou of
Kearlr oppotlte JUgle Hotel, Dnk Street,
KEPAtMNO PROMWUT ATTBNDBO TO
At reuooeUe cbirju.
avFtlroiefe 'r retpwUnll ollcll4,Dj
r.b.T, irt, A.BCOtUiN.
The undersigned would resrectfutljr
inform bullders.contractors and the pub
lic in general, that they havo opened a
In connection with their
Near the L A S. Depot,
ind that they have now on hand an lm
nienso stock of '.horouchly Seasoned
Lumber, such as
Rough Pine Boards,
burraced rino oards,
Flooring, Hemlock and Pine,
Sidings, of all kinds,
Shingles, an immense stock,
Roofing and Ceiling Lath,
and, In fact, Lumber of every descrip
tion at thi very lowbst market prices.
We are also prepared to furnish Build
ers and others with a yeryjlne article of
Sand, suitable for biases ry
Work. Planterlmr. to.. at Re
markably Low Figures.
We have constantly on hand a large
lot of Wood suitable for Firewood,
which we' will sell, In large or small
quantities, at Prices to suit your Pocket
Oca Hotto-IIONEST COUNT-LOW mlCKE.
Ycakcl & Albright,
aug 23-yl Carbonoounty, Pa
jrjo Builders & Contractors.
METALLIC PAINT COMPANT
. UI mw reeelTt proeala la tmi
A 8TO N E MILL.
t0iMfMt,3lorjnaitll!. Beer ' Ja
Hon, on tbe L. 4 8. orf. SepereteMdl te he
Dixit for ternnUr end rauoo roonllW
now tomplW4. for pUei, eferlOeeUoiu, w tf
ucuura, cU ea er Manei