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SATUlttUY MOKNlXtl I'KMIUAUY 23. 1S7I
Our friends will plcavj Inko iwtlco
that tlio oftlce of Tub Caubox Advo
c.Tii will bo n moved from lis present
location to this building almost illio-tly
opposite, belonging In 1 S. Helntzel
man, Kso,., on or about tlio lit of
l ilnwimWllllIWHI'l.ll'M UillliaBi
Tho woman's temperance movement
which Is sweeping over tlio West pro
mise1 to extend lis Influence to tho Mid
dlo and Ka-tein States, and may result
in urouslng n gencinl nintiifc.-t.itlon of
vonccrii In regard to the evils of Inteir.
1'crance. The Feluunry nuiuUer of the Musical
'Globe, imbflshed by Clins. A. Atkln
sou & Co., Llbcity street; Now Yorfei
Is on our table. In addittnn to a largo
nmoutitof choice reading matter, itcon
tains a portrait of P.irepa llosa and live
or six pieces of new and popular music.
The. stib-ctlptinn price, is only $1.50 a
year, nnd all lovers of music should
send for it.
Tho Metropolitan Catholic Total Ah
stinence Union of tho Statu of Now
York convened at 1 F, M. Monday,
and occupied the entire itftcmoon with
busliiessand aulitialuJ di-cusslon. Tr.o
Union deprecates the Ohio moe;i.ent,
which acts by destroying the supp'y.
Tho Union works to destroy tho de
mand, by biinglng the appctlto under
thu control of sacramental grace. Thu,
liaviug totally different tactics in tlio
temperance war, it believes that the
Ohio crusaders have taken a weak, mis
taken position, aud really injure the
Nevada Is demanding' more territory,
ilia 3,500 square miles which she now
possesses apparently not affording her
elbow rom. For a while sl.e looked li ng
ingly upon Utah, hoping to nboib
tl'.at promising embryo State, but has
now coucluded to move in the opposite
direction. Slio lias recently appeared
before tho California Legislature asking
for portions of four counties of the
latter State, viz : Nevada, El Dorado,
Mono, and Inyo, lint California says
the has no territory to give away, and
If she bad the ceded tract would not bo
taken from theeastern frontier, which is
tho cldef source of hr water supply.
The famine In India is ulrcady caus
ing great suffering. In Upper Tithoot
the inhabitants are eating wild roots.
'1 ho Indian Government has arranscd
for the supply of 312,000 ton? of rice to
the distressed districts by tlio middle of
May, at a cost 2,000,000. The Gov
ernment estimates that it will possibly
have to provide for the Mibslster.ee of
2,500,000 persons equal to ten per
cent, of the population of the distressed
districts for seven months. It will ro
quiio for this purpos'o 240,000 tons of
lice. The amount seccurcd shows a
reserve supply of 100,000 tons.
Dan Ulce is Just now under an evil
star, "lie lias been sold out," sajs
Wilkes' Sphlt, "at Sheriffs sale, horse,
font, and dragoons." Ills farm, and'
even his ne.vspaper, the Cosmopolitan,
edited by Charles, Stow, did not escape
Ids creditors. Col. Itico had a bcautl
.fill liorau lnthu Gir.ird, in front of
which Is a public square containing a
liaudsnmo monument to tlio soldiers of
the township who fell In tho rebellion.
It Is of u lilt j maible, aud tlio ,eost?$i5.
030, wiii wholly borno by "Col. Rice.
The grounds about his place wero ex
tensive, v.itli rare plants and shrubs,
while the house contained many Inter
esting and valuable works of art. Ills
failure will be a great misfuiluuu to the
Tho goh) Held of South Africa,
which at tlrst disappointed tlio expect
ations of the oilgiual discoverers, of
late have yielded the mintrs more prod
table return';. The" moat of the gold Is
In reefs, ami extensive veins cf gold
bearing quartz have been found which
Will piobaoly pay well when the come
to bo woiktd by companies having
suitable quartz-crushing machinery.
But recently alluvial gold fields of
wonderful i lehness have been discovered,
mid these are attractlng.crovds of gold
ceker, natives as well as European,
from all parts of South Afilca. Stories
nro told of nuggets fouud ther. wei.h
Ing from sixteen ounces to two pounds,
iud It Is reported that ouo fortunate
miner secured a nugget weighing forty
The great temperance excitement
which Is prevadlng the community was
partially manifested Monday night by
a meeting In Gunner Chapel, 131 Bow
ery, N. Y.; says the Sun; Aj the teats,
and. ever, all tho standing room, were
occupied, ii conMdcrablu portion of thu
Assemblage being woman and children'.
Afler th'i Mnglng-of sevVtiil U-mperatico
II, V. MOItTIlIMi:!!,-
song adapted to popular nlrs, Mr. Dan
iel Wnlford, the President, Introduced
Hie Hon. I'ulus 1 Andiows as tho or
ator of tho cvAilng. Mr. AiulreussnM
ho wcis making his maiden speech on
tho temperance plat fin in. Within n
few months he had given up nlnu and
spirits himself, and ho thought It incum
bent on himself to persuade and en
courage others to the snnio course. Ho
was In favor of every species of ag
itation which would bring tlio great
mass of people to rellect upon this
subject. He thought that prohibitory
laws would have no other ttfict than
to drive drain thinking Into obscure
corni'is until tlio public conscience was
moused i and the levels und habitual
Imbibers of Intoxicating Uiinlts were
converted to total nbstiiiciico principles.
Nevertheless be was not afraid of any
temperance advocate going to extremes.
Extreme men were necessary in every
eiufade for reform. He did nut believe
Hint the poorer and working claws
wero more addicted to drink than tlitlr
Wealthy neighbors. The denixens of
Murray Hill could afford to buy the
Uest of ll'innrs, aud It takes more of
their stuff to mako a man drunk than It
dors of the fusil oil sold at tho buckit
shops. Web and poor alike drink to
tlio point of lnebiiety, and lie believed
there was as much need of reform in
fifth avenue as there Is In .Baxter or
Mulberry .street. In conclusion, Mr.
Andrews exhorted bis hearers who had
not already dono so to sign and keep
the teetotal pledge, and to go to Jesus
through prayer for aid in overcoming
There nre about 11,500,003 child
ren ol the school ago In the country.
A girl, sixteen years hid, Is in Jail
at Indianapolis, . awaiting trial on a
charge of horse'steuilng.
Santa Anna, who is now 70 years
old. is going to Mexico, to pas the re
mainder of Ills days In the laud of his
TIo latest defalcation has occurred
In a Troy church where the sexton bus
disappeared with S2000 of thu pew
It still continues to bo doubted In
England by persons who are presum
ably competent to Judge, whet tier the
reports of Dr. Livingstone's death are to
be relied on.
Tlie Convocation of Canterbury In
England declares Hint liquor prolilblllo i
Is n success In 1, -178 tiaiishes whore It
Is enforced by the land owners. So It
might be here If evi ry real estate owner
weieto inexorably cany out the rule
that no man should remain Ids tenant
who should sell Intoxicating liquors.
In Dubuque, Iowa, William Haley
thought lie wanted to die, and so
bought a bottle of strychnine. He took
it home, an l upon to.tlug there found
lie wanted to live. There was a loar'iig
fire in the kitchen stove, and tutu it In
thiew the poison. Up blazed the stuff
.in nn cxplosivo way, burning Ids hale
oir, and injuring him so badly that for
three days hu hung between life and
But twofour.in hand turnouts have
over attracted notice In Washington.
une was uiai driven tiy lielinOold in
the height of his builiu success four
years ago, mid the other pr.in.'es down
the avenue nowadays witn Grant hold
of the libbuus.
It Is said that 230 persons havo
teen adjudged Insane by the Com tin
lllluoN, who wero made so by tlio
HarrUburg, Feb. 23. The IIouso
met at 2 P M. After Ilia reading of
the Join mil a large number or iiiHiiiiiert
spuing to their feet, calling for the Hour.
Older being restored, the Cb-ik lead
the re-lgnatlon of V. II. Dinitulck.
1 lie speaker announced his Intention to
Issue a writ for the election of a new
uieinbei. Mr. Novviuey,i- urged that
the ivurgnallnn could nut be accepttd.
-Mr. Webb said that it was not in the
power ot the House to retue. Tile
Speaker decided tli.it it could lo nrcpt
ed. Tho Hoiisu then adj mined to allow
the Inv.-stlgatlng committee to take lur
Newcastle, Il,Feb. 2'. -About
1 o'clock this morning Israel U..i . f,s,
thu night waiden of the Jail hcr.u u
slight noise In tlieard opened the l r
and was slezed by n dozen men. who
gagged and handcuffed him, tied Ids
let-t anil threw him Into a coal hole.
One oflliegaug threatened the warden's
lite witn a iliawu Kiltie, hut nimtlicr,
known as "Big Frank," Inlerfcied.
Tim men climbed over the wall bv
means of two ladders. They carried
away a prisoner, E. Frazier, who was
under u sen'ence for .lie- murder of Al
lison. It is supposed that they came
hero Inn tugboat which was seen uff
iseucisllu last night and has disappear
ed this morning. "Big Fiank" is one
of a parly who were whipped some
time ago, and f r whose rt scue, before
the whipping, an iiusueces-ful plot wii,
ii'rnied. in audition to Fiazler, the
Bank burclars Lnwtun. Ilurlhutt.
Cutter, and Hope, each under sentence
of ten years' Imprisonment, uciu res-
cued. The rescuers entered the pris
oners' cells Willi Jaekscrews, forcing
opeiuho windows There wero twelve
or lifteeu men encaged in the leseue.
wlio are buppo.ed to be from Phllaiel-
MmACLty in FiIance. A young
gin living in niniei, in mo nolgliDur
bund nf liiirilcnnv. t,. mn t...l m.
toreclvc vlsltsfroui tho Virgin, but a'to
10 oe enudweu witn me power of cur
lug sick peisons.by tliu laying on tho
bands HarnaiiiHil ''l.t V..i-nul.. ki...
Isillio wonder, jf the country round, and
tiunus II.H.-K ui ncroHiau in eo ueiileil
oi meir oiseaes. Una man, .who hu
leeii ajrleken ivitli panlysls for nun
vearJ'.'rehktreirtii P.ml..t n
ugp to bo ojieratsl upon. Tho process
l thusdescrlhd by two witnesses, one
of them a doctor,' .who nre rin.ly to at
tent the truth of their npcouut:
A medal of St. enedlct was pressed
agnlnil the patient's neck, and lie was
sprinkled with holy water. A terrible
crisis than ensuid, for he fell to
the ground In convulsions titlcilug
loud eiles. Hut hi n few seconds tlio
Virgin appeared; the sufferer beeamu
Immediately calm, and recited the litan
ies to tier In a very devout tone. Al
though not quite cured on the spot, he
was .so much belter thai r.e was mile to
walk, and the Vligln nssurnl ''La Voy
ante" that lie would be completely de
livered Irnin tlm evil spirit in a few days.
In older that the evil spirit might nut
enter Into the body of "L Vojiillte,"
It was deemed pru 'cut to sprinkle her
also with linlv water, and in thewilti-r
of this account remarks, the devil has so
gieat an objection to ho'y water that
lie would certainly have tc-tilicil to bis
pic.-cncM Intliechaiiiber bysoiue convul
sion liiul lie been lodgid lliele.
Cardinal Dounet, .-lrclitiUliop of Bor
deaux, lias forbidden htsihrgy to Hike
auypatt in these iniiiillestiitions, lir
tvhlch, however, the ptonioters ot them
console themselves by reflecting that the
Mossed Virgin will pl.iuo the tiulli
beyond doubt when thu proper time,
anlves. P.dl Mall (Loudon) Gazette.
UOEU:Y8: a'oaillry U'arili,
UFFtSU FOIl SALE,
Eggs for Hatching
Fiom the following varieties of l'uro
Bied Laud and Water Fowl, at
$-i no vkk imzux.
Dark and Llelit Ilrnhnias; Buff, Black,
White and l'aitrldge Cochins ; .Mown
and White Leghorns, White nnd Silver
Grey Dm kin, s; Plymouth Itncks; llmi
dans; Black, Kcd, Earl Derby und I'llu
Gnni-s; Itiiuen and Aylesbury Ducks ;
Toiiloue nod treinen Geeie,
I w iiriiint one hal f of i aeh dozen Eggs
to hatch -, if they do nut I will replace
them at 50 cts. per dnen. Send atii-np
for circular. Eggs sent CO Dlf dolred.
Address, ISAAC lA'N'DE,
Feb. 28-3m Jarlboro, Staik Co., 0
NV-H'-rt In'berfrl'r piven lli.lt lh Fipcnlnri, A.t
minl-trslT. unit Gnsrtlnn hrr-i natter itampa
h.oe fil.-.! tlielr tp"'tlv' in-ouiifnf llin f.illnw
mi? efttAti- In iIim Kf):ller' Om-o. ut .Msiich
Chunlc, 111 anj f r thu Cnnnly nf Carton, wlilrli
scciiuntR tii Wen atloweJ liy lh i:p..st.r. will
tw presents 1 tn III-, .tu.lzeft of the Orphins' Court
on Mo-tdiy. th-21nl il.iv of M.trch next, at ten
uVln'k, A. M.t Cur coiiflriua'l m :
The Fi't and fi lal nrcmnt of Mar
garet E Covins administratrix of Jo
seph Collins, dce'd, of East Mauch
First and final account of Tlinnns
Keuierer, ndiiilnistrator of Gideon und
Elizabeth Kershner, deceased, of Ma
The account of C. 11. Eherio admin
istrator of W II. Ebelle. who was tlm
administrator of Sarah Elierle, deceased,
late of tlio Borough of .Mauch Chunk.
A. WMITTINtJIIAM. Kr'Wer.
Rl!!lor'i ORlrn, M iu h Chunk, Kt. li 1ST).
In the matter of the Estato of
Polly Allender, deceased. ,
The undersigned Auditor nonnluted
by the Orphan's Court of Carbon coun
ty to make attribution of tl.c funds in
the hands of the AduiIm-tratT of said
Estate, with p iwer tn restate and adjust
the .-Idipii.istratnr's accounts If neces
saiy. will attend to the duties of his ap
pointment at his olik-e. In thu Moroug i
of Mauch Chunk, on Monday, the 21st
day of March, A. 1). 1874, between the
hours of 10 a. ii. and i r. i., at which
tine and place all paitles -interested
may appear If they see proper.
W. U. LEUAItl),
Feb. 21, 187-1-wl Auditor.
Notice IsVerebv elven that Thomas
S. Beck, of Lelilglitou, Carbon county,
l'i., and Mary, ills wife, by deed nl
voluntaiy assignment have as-lgotd all
tlie e-tate, real ami per-onal, of the
said Thomas S. Beck to .fn.-cph K.
nnnauiacher, of ICrcldcrsvillc, Nortb
nmptoii county, Pa., in trust, for tlie
ueneui oi me sain i nomas a sjcck.
All person-), therefore, Indebted to
the said Thomas 6. Beck, will make
payment to me, tho said asilguce, lit
Kreidersvllle. or tn invili.lv aiilt.iiil.i it
agent, Thomas S. Beck, nt Lehlghton,
and those having claims or demands
will make known the same within six
weeks. f;oiu tills date.
JOSJ'Il K, W ANN AMACIIKIt,
AiuMff ItuULuc1. UaIc.
Feb. 12, 1571 8w
mhniianml nf l.lvm mill .Ultlloiu cf
l.uptirljr kv.a Vy uln the
Safoty Kerosene Lamp
TheffeUmpsar maddof bras, anil will nrei
'Jlid burners hit a SaMy Tube Atlarhmout
for ewntjof pa, nnj Mill ht fxpl.
The chltinii n rj xn of Mlci (ir lnz kUoh,
iciiIh1).hii1 tlioy ar ihtt only Ini tliluiteri
uiu'id i iMi hi ii ii urohK iy jmti i r rum.
limits Chiron,itU(i Lnuipiitire unari ai ex
Djuh Ihu Im thrf utihvral tmiil.tliif.
Utrr nty-flt miMotik tf Lamp Cblm,
uf s r 1 1 nk u u In tlili p. unlry t)try )fr,
VtU'c at llanj tauip', tuuiplvlf, UU MIra
Cbluiupn, un tl dUr, 1'rli.Nf il Hmiw I'jrlor ur
tfianJ Lrntips iwutlulUr. tSut tu any (141 1 uf
iuj umitM ci4ii vy cjre uu rtvijJi oi nit
ItuiiH und illi-a Cliluihfya lu evvrv liiv mil
tuwu, t) wiioui A Itbjrai discount tiIUi uiaUv.
evitl fur MtLp'tf Uiupi aiij lrvulaiii thli.rf ail
arilculr(, Tney apd4k lor thiiuIvm, m.4 m:i
uu iiui. Aujuita
AMhlUCAN PAVKTV L1M1C0
MU 1871 o.iO 1 cirl .Ntf iVrk
Opposite the Tubllc S'quaio,
SOUTH ST 1 LEIIlGiri'OX, P.V.,
Tin & Sheet Iron Ware
Aud Dealer In all kinds of
tST KooQng, Spouting and Jobbln
prouipuy ULeiidfwi ui. nov. w
iy iiiiuouuce 10;
his friends and
Hip public In general, that lie has open
cd n first-class
Livery & Sale Stable,
nnd that lit) can furnish llnrses. lluggles
and Ciirrlagi-s of tliu best description,
for Pleasuie, Uuslness or Funeral pui
poses, at very Reasonable Cliarge,
and tm short notice. 1IAUL1NO done
nt hort tintlcti mid on slinrt notice In
connection lie will also continue his
w here the peoplecaii-get their Carriages
yjiigules. Wnirotis, etc., inane to order,
or ltlil'AlliKD on shuit notice and ut
The undersigned respectfully an
notinces that hu has bet.ii npp'ointed
Agent lor the
These nre undoubtedly the best Wash
era nnd Wrlngtrs In the inaiket, and
our ladies are Invited to call ai.d see
L. P. Kleppinger,
Cot. B.WK and IRO.V Streets,
Feb. 22, 1873. Lelilglitou, Pa..
In order lo Close Out my present Im
mense stt ck of
Among which will be found a largo and
cuuicu variety ot
SILU3. Al.l'ACAS, OINtliUMS DK LAlNlIS,
Satlnes, Poplins, Prints, Ac.
&c; nlso, a lino assortment of
CASSIMEHK.S AND COTTON A'DES,
Suitable fi r Men's nnd Hoy's V ear, to
gt ther with
CARPETS & OIL CLOTHS
QUr.K.V.sWAr.K ANn ar.AS3WAlll
and a variety of nther Ooods, all of
which I will Sell nt
Now U j our time, if you want tn fc
cmo HEAL U.IIIOAINS. The Stock
must A Mj HI! SOLD in order to mako
loom for New Goods, ltemember the
place for Panic Prices :
Mo Ao MMKWWi9
Nov. 22. Pank St., Lehlghton.
ondny, Hloc, tst. mix:
Jly entire Stock Harked Down now
is the lime to Uuy 1
Ladies, Look at This!
est Shilling Calicoes are now
Selling nt 10 Cents
Oood Calicoes -at 8 "
Uood Muslin at 12 nnd 11 "
Mii-llns at a nnd 10 "
(lood Canton Flannel at 13 "
lletter " " at 13
ii'est Ghiiiham, fold bufoiu ut
1H cents, nnw . . 1 rt t
Good Uiiighains nt 8 and 13 "
PREPARE FOR WINTER.
I Would Call Sliecinl alti.iiltmi In mv
large lot of
SIcMvy Winter Slitnvls
WIIl'rE AND QUAY ULANKETS,
Yliicli 1 am Selllngat very Low Pilces.
Carpels nmi oil Cluitiv,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PKICES.
Are Selling Very Low ;
Uest A Sugar at 12-; Cents.
White Sugar nt ,11 "
XJiown Sugar at 7 lo 10 "
And all other Goods in Propoition.
W. A. fi RAVES,
I.EIlIGIITO.V, .... PE.w.i,
Respectfully Informs tlio people of Le
lilglitou that.hu has most Excellent
'In ur lor .Salt) ;
ANn, good FEED of all kinds, and
STRAW, hr the yfundle. Ho Is also
picpuied to do uuy kind of
Hauling and Plowing
at short notice.
LElilGII (2d) STREET,
Lelilglitou, Pa. Mnrch 29-ly
oriui; i.v uivuuci;,
Alias Suhrccna In Divorco to October
Term, 187U. No. 7. In the caso of
Elizabeth Manuel, by her next file ml,
Richard Vatkln, versus Thomas Man.
uel, In the Couitof Common Pleas of
Caihnii i omit) :
The Coinuilvlnner appointed by tho
said Coin t January 24, 1S74. to tako
tii.lliiiony In the itbiive ease and repoit
to tho next term of Couit, will liieetul!
ni ties Interested for thu purpose of hi,
appointment on Mouday, March Uth,
1874, at li-i uYlnok r. M , at the olllce
ot Albright & Fieyimin, In thu bur
ougli of Mauch Chunk, Pa.
New York Day-Book.
A PtwwnATic WrBKtr. Kutatillnhnl ISiO. It
moport" lfi( .Vuprnnacv poll""' "1 Mclal.
Ttriii ip.r jpsr. Sporlmfii mple fn. Ail
Urww DAY-IIOOK, New Yoik City.
Wood's Household Magaine
The KiNl Dollar Monllily.
$5 to $15 SS'tS
TI1K YOSE31ITI3 VAI.I.KY,
l lZl Inches, lii 17 Oil Colon.
.MamHlnr, t jeir, wth Mniinlrd Chromo, (2 00
Mainline, l year, with Uninounlnl Chromo, 1 SO
Ma-lli.e, alutir, 1 ear, ... 1 OU
Illsullnv nur Clul.l.liiK ami Premium Lint".
Tw KlrsUclnea Prrlndlcnla fnr
lilt! prll-e i.f ll. Me mill-It ICxiltrl
t ueeil ('niivusai.-1'k nti.l oth.ru lo ,enJ t
imc-e for .Uriui una spt-clmt-n M.f-arlne. Ad
li f. KHUrKS, fulllnher,
41 Park Uow.N. V. Cll), or .Nenlurgh, N. Y
rf, And Insect Powder
Hats. Mice, Koaclio'. Ants. Tted-TliiBs,
Moths, Ac. J. F. HENRY, CUltltAN
& CO , N. Y., Sole Agents.
EAT TO LIVE!"-
Write to F. 1!. FMITII A CO.. Atlantic MIII.
Ilronklyn, N. Y . nmnnfictumaiif tlw Ortislieil
Wlillii Vhcat, f.irlhelr psmphlet(iioiit Iree)
mi I'mida, ulllilmp.rla. teitracta fnim I.iibio.
Joiiss-is nml i.tla-r rlonlliiii. ltoaj It ami save
your lien.lt l and money. Mi.21wl
Fourth GRAND GIFT CONCERT
For the I'eneOt of tbo
t'l JSE.IC Iiinu.iRY OF KY,
31st or ill arch tfcx(.
60,000 Tickets 12,000 Gifts
I.IST OP GIFTS.
onk niiiMi cash oift
OS'K nilAXIl I'ASII (HPT.
ONI! OUANII OAslt GIFT
ONI! I1KANI) CASH II I FT
ONM (1IIANU HASH 01 FT
10 OASII OIFIS, 410,0-10 i-ach
BO CASH (llFra, ,6,000 each
60 HASH IlIFIs, l.OOOeach
80 CASH (HITS, 600 well ...
1 I'l I'AMI OlfTC, 400 uarli..,.
160 CAJII IIIFI', KOJeach .
C.VJi'A-ll 111 K'V. 2110 mi h...
,TJ5 t'ASII OltTiJ, Oea.l
110.0 CA. II U.Ffll, fitteacb....
... 32.5 41
Total, 12,r.O I llirtu, all Cash, aoiount-
l.u lu l,r.00,C0O;
-Th oouc.f t snj itl-titbutlon orsiOa il
pnmiivrly awl UMtiuirrivilly takr. ;I.lre iti thr day
nutttjin.it ulitfthc-r all tliu iKketa are fold or Lot,
ntiil IPo lOrtJ jrlfla alt pdd In prorortioii to the
liuoitifr of llcki-ts sold.
i-iticcs op TtracKTs.
Whole Tickets, R); Haltes tlb Trntba. or
ea b coupon. $6; Ueien bole Tickets for $600.
isvnd lor ilirnhr.
Tlie dine fir the drawing H near at hand, and
pervf-us IiiIvlJIii io punhabe iii.kuts haw no
llmo to lose.
TIIOS. K. I1P.AMLETTB.
Asent Pnl-llo Lit rsrv Kv., acd .Manager O If I Con-
ci-rt, I'uLIIj Library Ilui 1 J Inu, Iicliillle, ly.,
vt TltOS. II. HAYS i I'O.,
lantern Acenta4 llruaawy, av York.
fis i-n P'r l,aJ wantd.
xfiU tU iAJ All dwe of wnrklnjt peo
ple of eitlnr sex, younjr f.r old. make more money
ut Mork ror ua In Ihelr fptre momenta, or all the
time, thin nt any thin? elite. Particulars tree.
AU'lres il tll.NSOVi uu., l'orllanil, Elaine.
The Great Discovery cf tEeAge !
PROF. D. MEEKER'S
PAINLESS OPIUM CURE
Cure with mt jniiKT lrroitTenlcnci tn buttlntiii
Jt h a iM i(! niieriiiVtf Jttf n?nouii Maim, it
ri-8tnrei the brkfti il wn ntrvous ttvotfiu: cItm
fiitrifyuuil Mfiulhi curcH witliuut aln cr uf
taring lv Ibo pitftjnt. bnl for ptpr on Opluui
till ii. V. a. li'tx 473.
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Hia.itiy. 'J liiit Iiui.tf menu, ucijulrrmviit all ctn
jjtfKcMi, (no, l in tiJ, lor cttil- tuvtbtfr with
M.t.rugu UulJe, Kjcyi'tluii Oracle, Urtrtus.
lllhU I iJtJfrf. A flUwr toi'lt. 1U0.0UU S'iJ.
AU.ieKT, II.LIAM J CO., I'ul I'M aJulpbU.
&tf3( loSlOO In Wall street ftn tViJn to
fnRyy a f.rimit. No r1U. J - p-imbUt
in" tor stamp. Viumink 'JmuxilK.1 k
('.. I.tnkfrrt anl llruttTP, UU Wall street. N, Y.
"7c5sMPort Ahead !
Tho unilor.signod would reppclfn1ly
Infurm bulklers,:nntraetors and tho pub
lie hi geucrnl, tlia(thcy have openctl a
In connection with tlielr
Near tlie L. S. Perot,
nul U'nt Hieyhavo now on hand nn lm
tiu'iisn 'stock of 'liuronglily Sensoni'il
I.niiilier, such aa
Siirfnctil 1'lno Aiardi, ,
Fluorine, Hemlock qnd l'ine,
Siilliix, ot ull kinds,
Shinnies, nn Imtiiense stock-,
KoolliiK nnd Ceiling Latu,
and, In fact, Luiiiher of every descrip
tion nt th very lowest market irices.
Wo nro nlso prepared to furnish lJulld-t-rs
nnd otlit-rs with a very One urtlclo of
H u ii l . suitable for jlaiihonry
Voi U. I'lmtvi ln. ilc , ut lie-
inarknbly Low Kiitnres.
Wo l.nve consUiitly on hand a largo
lot of Wood bultnUiu for 1'IioiviksI,
'A'liluli wo will still, In In rue or small
iiuautitlcd, nt Trices tu suit your rockets
Ol'aMotio-IIJNKiFcjUST-LOW MHO 18.
Cttrbc-D county, P
BEATTY & PLOTTS.
The Beatty & Piotts cclebwtcd Gold
ii acknowledged by professors of musle
nnd celebrated organists to be the lead
mfi Parlor Organ now In use. Testi
monials and cards of honor are constant
ly being received In favor of them. Wo
nppond a few and wish you to read
AtmtoHY, N. J., Jan. 23, 1873.
Jessrs Heat y &Plotts, Gents Your
Organ, sold me, gives entlresatlsfactlon.
It beauty of tone nnd style of workman,
ship nro seldom If over surpassed. Wish
Ing you success In your business, I am,
with respect, Prof, M. H. Ueattt.
Shamokin, Pa.. Feb. 11, 1874.
I have one of JJcatty & VlolW Golden
Tongue Organs. It I- an excellent In
strument, linn tono and full power. I
like It better than any I have heard.
M. II. IlAitrEL, M. D.
Lauht's Stat'N, Pa., Jan. 27, 1874.
I havo had Heatty & Plotts' Organ
slice August 14th, 1872; it gives tho
highest satisfaction, nnd has proved all
that it was recommended by theprop'rs.
SIiATInoton, Pa., Feb. 0, 1874.
Beatty & Plutta Parlor Organ 1, like
better than tlie Stand trd, nnd it gives
better satisfaction, ns I And In my trav
els. Prof. Fit. V. Mayer.
St. Claiii, Ph., Dec. Cth, 1873.
Messrs. Beatty & Plotts, Gents I
havo received tho Organ, ns sent by your
firm to me, and-1 have had It examined,
nnd it gives ample satisfaction.
Hon. John Siney.
Mahakoy City, Pa., Oct. 10, 1872.
The Beatty & P.otts celebrated Gold
en Tosgue Parlor Organ is by far the
bet Parlor Organ In use. I have care
fully examined It, and find its tone,
woikmaiisliip and durability to bn thtr
best 1 oversaw, and I can with pleasure
recommend It to any In want of a first
class parlor organ. Prof. O. H. Unoer.
Messrs. Beatty & Plotts, of Wishing
ton, N. J., are gentlemen of enterprise,
nml whose presence would be a credit
to any community. Iluckcttitown, N.
J., Herald, -1872.
Wasiiinoton, N. J., Sept. 5, 1873.
To Hubert Morgan, Pottsville I am
happy to state that the Instrument gives
entire satl.-fnctlon, not only to myself
but also to the teachers of tlio Seminary
who are better judges.
Key. A- M. Jellt.
We'say, after careful arid costly ex
periment, it Is with pleasure wo intro
duce, tho "Golden Tongue," knowing
it possesses man) advantages over alt
others manufactured. Tho tone excels
in fullness, purity, and the thousands
of testimonials which are being con
stantly received, are evidence that our
efforts have been eminently successful.
For particulars and 1'ri.v List, address
BEATTY & PLOTTS,
Feb. 21-Om Washington, N. J.
fg D. CliAUSS,
And; Dealer in
Gent'x FurhlMilnpr Goods.
LEUIGnTOK, PA. .
Constantly on hand a splendid stock of
Consisting of Plain and Fancy Cloths.
Casslmeres and Vestlngs.fbr Men's and
Bojs' Wear, which I am prepared to
Make up to Order in the most Fashion
able Styles, at short notice.
Ladies', Misses and Children's
A well selected stock of French and
Turkey Morocco, Glovo Kid, Lasting,
Kid, Pebblo and Grain-Leather Boot
and Shoes on. baud, or
fllntlo to Order.
Hats, Caps and Furs,
Of the Latest Styles always oj hand, at
the Lowest Price.
Also, Agent for the
Amcrlcau & U rover &. Bailor
Only One Price for Everybody.
January U, 1873-yt
CarrlugeM, Sli-Iglm, Dugglet,
and arerj feacrlptlou of
Naarl op)Ua Eaul llot.l, Bank gtraat.
ItKPAtniXO PROSIPTLY ATTENDED TO
At reaaonaUa cbargea.
7-Patrota; yrj nifdtMy Kjlicltsd, aol
K.b. 7, 1871. A.BCCKMAN.
HANK STKEtT, LEllIOIITOX,A.
Respectfully announces to tlw citizens
of Lelilglitou and vicinity that ho Is
now prepared to contract for the erec
tlou ' of dwellings, churches', school
houses, anil other buildings. Also, that
lie keeps constantly on hand a full at
uortiii. nt of every description of
consisting of flooring, siding, doors,
sash, blinds, shutters, nicldings, tc,
which he is prepared to furnish at (hu
very lowest inaiket rates. ' ' i
1'atrouagH respectfully solloited. j '
W. .U. REX..
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