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Editor aiy?l .I'.roprlctor
Ono, Dollar Vonr In Advance
VOL II. No, Zf.
LEHIGHTON,( QAUBON COUNTY,' PKX' A, SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 23, 1874.
SINGLE COPIES, THREE "CENTS
CfviliiirStngt? Jming' Machine and 'in.
urancc.noxt to E. II. Snyder's," Hank street.
It. B. WIDDOS, Shaving, Hair Culling and fHian
pooing, under Exchange Hotel. Bank street.
Boot mill Shoe Dfnk'rrt.
Charles Yenser, nearly wnosilypos-vgice, Dank
afreet: aho, AcaUr in OSnfeAumery,
Clinton BretBejvfcftMf Wntf, Bnk street.
.411 onlcrl prcmpMyJUUdA-work warrunled,
UausjnaB.A Kuhus, opposite lMrt' stpre, Hank
street.' 'Mordirtprumptti Jllltd.
T i l 1 "II J- u J 'ill 1 i 1
,Ury Goods null Gincerlts.
Z. II. long, o'pp. L.'A'S. Depot, l.auk ft.. dtiUr n
Hardware, Qucehmare, Ladiet' Drels Gmx),.rc-
11. A. IleUvktl' Blorfc, llanKuU Arjf 0.
Groceries, Qwxnswart, Oirpett, Oil Ctvllisd- Oul.
JS. II. SuydeT, lfshk' street, iJry GonuV, Aotwnt,
Dress Goods, Groceries, Qiuemxoare, JJardware,dt.
Drugs unit Meillclna. .
A.J Durllng, brst doornlAvo r." r .; Hunk street.r
Oilt, faints, lrfamery, liUnt ilcdMncs, dv.
I Hardware.. . ... ,
F. P. fcl&raeLneariytcpp. hxolung 3fot(J. Bk,
BtrmtjVfltHdQMi Oitl, l'aints, Gaaii,te.
Thomas iianti, " Eichanire,"" cpp. TuUlo Squa.e,
Bankst.'uy-cwje.ipjt'fo'f-'i; , ,r
V. Schwarti, Batik street, dalerto all lindt of
JVrailtirfr, ffrjpsu made Q order, , n
Clauss Bro.,lUnlC Itreauaud deaUn'in Gents'
Thomas H.Wcki 1VO. liiilldlng; H'k(t, Gcnt'i
AimiUii0 GobisfUatSj Cap; Scliool Books, K.
Mrs. EvFath, ilik street,, 2nd door Mow. the 51.
JS. Church. .Votioni una1 Trimmings
Br. C. 8. UsrniauV comer or Bank and Iron aire
COnndtaUm ill English and German.
Ir.N'B.illber,ueit door to F. 0Bnk atreet.
CmnUaUm in Ihglith and German.
j ..jPro-vlalone. .
J. yatllmerl"-Sln;ilaukiti'eAliT u Flmr awl
ied, Groceries, truitt and VegtUtlAa.
AVatohrunker fcnd Jeweler
A. O. Dolleumayer, Soulh alreet, aiii Bank at.
J)cuUrkin 'a(ciri,,Clocls, Jiingt, fc-
1 ai.'nAi'oiiicii, "
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Bans Sixtn, Ltuiontu, Ta.
Heal Estate and Cullectlon.Atfeucy, Will Buy and
ell lUal Enlale. Cou"e)auclU6 lieaUy duke. Lol
JecIlouH pruupUy made. tutUiug tuatea of I)
teedenr, a IpockUy'. May to coumlted ln ttigllsu
JMl;' D. BKUi'ClIiKTTli,
AiroBNEV AND.COUSSELLORAT LAW,
.Ornu-Hrst National BankiBulUlag, 2nd Floor
MAUCIl CUUNK, I'isxa.
Mayte conaulted'lu flcrman". " tJaprV, lbl, ,
UlSTniCT ATTOItNEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
tODlce.ou BftOAUttkr, drat door, belovr Anioricau
lintel, Muuck Chunk, I'euu'a. Collecttoua pronipt
jjuade. Nov. 3.
cATTORNEY',;AT' IAW,'1 "
MAUCIl CUUNK, PA.
Oct 18, 1873. t i
j it. uiniBiicic,
N B. Salef of eUry description atlunded to at
.reasouatle charges. 'Abe palruuage of the puUlc
Ja respectfully tolklted. Jan. 21, '74.
gUV YOUR IIOOTS AND SUOK!) of
Henry Canpbell, East Weissport,
Wliere.you caii'aljvsys gtit tliti very bi-bt
article" tit" Ih'o luest prlco lor cash.
Boots and Shoes made to order mid
neatly Kepalrod at short notice aud rra
jsonablo terms. apr ll-ui3
, , . , ,
fa. KI.OTZ, PHOb'K,
SuiqmTt IIlll,'orbou Co., Pa. -43"
Best of accommodations. Excellent res
taurant-underueatb. Oood ,tUliii! aiui.bid
fl'erina moderate." ' r '
T KI1IOH VAI.UEV IIOUSIS,
Jj Urtb-vut corner of ,
BEI1K8 AND LAUltfcNCU STREETS,
lMilladelplttW' ' i. l'ena'a.
r FnKD'K)SCIIMIDT, Proprietor.,
JW" Superior acwmmoditloiis ror trarelera at
moderate iHargea.) i'ertlwi vlslllnt! the city .from
ithls locality are ipeclally inrlted to make Itie Le
Jilgh Valley House their Hopping place, mar. 7
j-, jupYu iiuxni,
Architect and Superintendent,
No. 122 S. Otli Street, Allentown, Ta.,
furnishes Plans. Specifications and Esti
mates (or Public and Private iulldlngs.
Stairs, Halls, &c., iConstiuctcd and
Set-Up by the- most approved method,
and atliort InOtlce. . Putronace Is res
rcetfully'olltlted,' ud satlstactlou
guaranteed. apr. 20-yl
OLVElf qjftlLYj reale.r in Tp
baccn, Cigars, Pipes, ic, next door to
Ilex's Groeery,toiev bin-qnehantia St.,
Mrtuch OliuiikPrtM'Otfuliy ns.ks tlio
people-of Xelnglitmi and vicinity, when
visiting that placet to'call in and try his
the very best In the market. Every
articles. In his lino warranted as repre
eeuttd and. at lowest (-rices. mar28
A li Ii'' 1 t .CONVEYANCER,
The fpUpnivf pool pules arc lteprvseuted I
IttlinnoD ilutual Fire,,
1 O -1 .''fin! ?lre, and tho
Also, Jnua-jlyanla. and Mutual Horsa
Thief Uttecllvu aud Imurauce Com.
pany.. iiarcli 2'J, 1873.
jq-ORTII PliNMA. riAlI.IKIAIl.
I'aHenirers for I'hlladelpbla will leare Lehlghton
. )n , Tla f v.j arrlre at Thlla at
11 10 p.m.
8 iO ,m.
8.20 p. m.
10 30 p.m.
7Ti. a.m., via I.. 's,
7 a!) a. tn.ih I.. V.
11.07 p. m.vli I,. S.
ll.nj plni.vla L. V,
!ii7p, m. rhL.AS.
4 47 p.m. ill L..I S.
4,44 P. tn. via. L. V.
7.38 p. m. la L. V.
Beturnlnil. leave depot at Berka and American
Street. I'Mla., at 7,tlU,i8J0. and tl.45 'a. ut.; 2.10
3'.30, and U.15 p. m. i J
f'ero trnm l-rtlgh;on to l'liWadtlnlill. $2.55.
1'eb.l, ln;i. MILLS CLAUK, Agent
OKNTIIAl. 11. II. OP IV. J.
LhllKill t SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION.
Coimiieiicliif; Dec, 10, 1873.
A. u. .
Bethlehem 'J lilt
Arrive Eastoir..; 0r7'
So, 10. No. 4. . No.'C. No;14.
3.55 1 ft ''tO
I'cnn Haven J'n. 10.45
Unite llaveu 11.23
Hllkes-Burre 12 40
Plttstou 1 0.1
Arr, Ureeullldge 135 ,
A'etjuetnnnfr, Valley 11. It. Down trains Nob 3
h and 7 aud Op tiutus Nos. 10 and 4 connect at
Slaueli I'liunk. - -.-
iVorti lmCa It, It Down trains Xcw. 1, 3. fii
7 couiiHct at liHtltlehemtor PhttadolplilH. Up train
Ncs. 10 4 connect atDetlilehein tr I'hiladelphla.
'Returiiltig leeiul'hlladelphla at 7.10 a. m. f.,r Eas.
ton, MaucUUUuilk, Uath,' Vtllkea Barre, Tamii'iua.
'Scranton, tiliarcn, ,4c; at 915 a.m. for Eastou,
Mauch Chunk, Tnmaqua, M)liamstirt, Wllkea
Batre ntid Scranton; at 2 10 p. ni for Scranton,
Wilkes Itarre and Intermediatn stations; nt 3 30 r
m. for llath audastou ; lit 0.15 p. m. ftrMauch
tTatitaqua llranch. Up trains Nos, 10 ii f, and
iDottn ttalns Nos. 3, 5 & 7conuectulMaucliChunk
.to aud from Tamaiu.t.
' 'IZel.igli tf- Lackawanna J!, It, Down trains Xos.
.1 & 7, and Up tiullis Ns. 10 A 0 connect at IMb
leheni luvllutli Hd: 01iapuiou.(luarrWs.MlUAurn
lug Kuve rh-ipiunuV utt740jk ut. ayU 2.15 1. ttkj
Centr4 2lutl ad vJ'A'cttiJet rrr. Ii tliralijM ludke '
iIm contiltihm kl hAiOiu" veith1 trail s u'u,Cintrul
1..ll.i...l t .trGu..
jj.tWtfe.t'tfuiedie li. AVrDown'trfrns Nis.' S)
4. s,.i.d jpit;.Nj.4y AMfa Mn RWi
'J'ttladiljihia d- Jleadingtliu tfrotuL .The, Depots,
or the kaft j'eun ii. jt. ana iue,kdi e. itfaiou
are connected hy Street Cat.
. ,H.'. UALDVV1N, Ccn. rutluigw A'jiid.
Feb. 7, 17, , i it
pEKXSVLVAMA IIAII.HO AD,
PIIILADELl'IIIA 4 ERIE ItR. DIVISION! .
"Winter Time Tnlile.
On and after SUNDAY, NOVKMIIKK 21. 1673.,
the trains on the 1'hlla. Erie K It. DlrUlou will
ruu as follows
UurrAto Itxrniss leaves l'b l' Jelplila 12.5.1 p.m.
lUrrli-burg 5,t'5 p.ut.,
" " lllhmsport 9.20 p.m.
" Emporluui' 2.16 a.ut.
arr. at ButTalo 8,10 a.m.
Ems Mail eaves Philadelphia 10 30 p.m.
t. . llHriiliuri; 3t5ptn.
" u ' Vtlllamaport '." 7.3 p iik
" " lk Haven 8.40 p.tu
" ' Ilenova 10,05 a.m.
" an at Erie 7.20 p m.
Eluiitt Mail leaves Philadelphia 8.0 1 n ut.
1 ' ' UarrUhurg 1.30 p m.
" Wll'lauiaport 021p.m.
arr. at Lock Haven 7J1 p.ur
'Renova Aocokiuop'N leaves llarrlslmri: 825 am
' " Willlamsp't 1215 p.m.
Balp Each Mail leaves Wllliamspiri 1.15 p ut.
arr. at Lock HateU 3-10 p.m.
BfrrALO ExriiLSS leaves Butlato 3 25 p ra.
r muorlutn OUpul,
i " VtlllUiutinrt 1.10 a.m.
" arr. at Uarrlsl urg UJaui.
" " PbllidulpuU U. 10 a.m.
Eric Mail leaves Erie Hit a.m.
Ilenova 840 put.
" Lock Haven It M p.tn.
. ' " llll.im.port 11 10 p.m.
" arr. at llartUliurg 305 am.
" " I'htladelplila 8.IO a.m
Eluiua Mail leaves Lo.-k llaien 75 a.m,
' " lllisiti.port 9 30a.uu
" arr. nt llarilalurit 3.05 p.m
' , Philad.lphU &50p.ui.
HAH&IAODlitl'Accoai, leives Willlamsport 930 p.tn.
' arr. at HairMuu lO-SOp-ur
' 1'hil.idelphU 25a.ut.
lutn Eaoli Mail learea Iik liv" 1-2' p.m.
" arr. at llllamsHirt 1.30 p.m.
Mail East connects east and west at I rle it 1th L
SAMS it W and at Corry and lrlluelou Hlth
Oil trickatid AltoAheuy. K. K.W.
M til Wv.t with east and vest trains on L S A 51
S 11 ll. aud at (Torry audlrvluelou Hlth Oil Crtek
aud Allegheny 11 II H.
Eluilra .Mall and UuiTaIo llxpre-s make close
rouue.tlonsat U Ullaui.wrt with N 0 K U' tralus
uorib, and at llarrishurg with N U UW trams
south. VM-A. UALDWIN.OeU'lSupt.
TTOS. JII. riUTZIXGCIt,
Boot and Shoo Maker,
Opposite T. D. Clauss' Store,
DANK STREET, LKUIGIITON,, Pa.,
respectfully I titer in his frieuds and the
public, that he hat Just received u new
ami excel, ent na-ortiuent of Men's Yo
men's aud Clilldreu's Ueaily-Mado
Boots, Shoes tSc Gaiters,
Which hu will Sell at the Lowest Prices.
t3T" Hoots and Shots made to order,
anil Repairing neatly and Mibsttintiully
uunu nt suuft nuuce, lap S3. J I
Notice Is hereby givon, that tny son,
Max 'Foshart, having ruu away from
home, all perfons are forbid harhining
or trusting him mi ir.y account, as ( Mill
pa no debts of Ills contracting after
this date. FRKD'K FOSllAKT,
ilay 8, 187-1. v. 3 Dauuuuinvllle.
BEATTY Sc PLdTTS.
Tho Beatty & Plotts celebroted Gold
is nrknowleilced by prtjle.isttrs of tntislc
ninl celebrated ornanlsts to be the. leatl
IliK Parlor Oigan now in user Teitl
nioiilalManil cardiof lionuraraconstalit
ly lieltiR received In favor of them. We
append a, few and wish you to rend
ANTimNy, N. J Jan. 25, 1873
Jes8rs.j.'lle.atly &Plptts,'Gents Your
Oic;an,"soId me, (jives entire satisfaction.
It beauty of tout1 and, style of workman
t-llip aroseldoni If ev"er surpassed. VUh
Inn you success In your business, 1 nm,
with respect,- J'rof; M. II Dbaitt.
Siiamokin, Pa., Feb. 11, 1874.
I have one tit Heatty& Plottt' Golden
Tongue OrKiins. It ! an excellent It)
strunietit, line tono and full power.' I
like It better than any X have heard.
M. II. IlAitruL, M. D.
Laurys'Stat'n, Pa., Jan. 27, 1874.
1 have had Ueatty & Plotts' Oryan
slice URtist 14th, 1873 j It gives the
highest satisfaction, and has proved all
that It was recommended by the prop'ts
p , JOU IIllNltY.,
Slatinqton.'P.i,, Feb. 0, 1874.
Beatty it Plotts Parlor Organ I like
better, than tie Stand ird, and it gives
better; batiafactlou, as I find in my trav
els. , Prof. Fu. V. Mayeu.
St. Claih, Pa., Dec. Gth, 1873.
Messrs. Beatty & Plott3, GenU-I
havu'recelved tho.Orgaii.aiM'nt by your
tirtn to me, and 1 have had It examined,
and it gives ample satNlaetltin.
Mahanoy Cn-Y,.Pa., OcUlO, 1872.
The Realty & P.otts celeltrated Gold
en To'igiiH Parlor Organ Is by far the
be-t Parlor Oigan in use. J have care
fully examined It, and find its lone,
Woikmatishp and tluiabllily to he titb,
best I oversaw, and 1 can with pleasure
leeommeiiint to any In want of a first
.class parlor organ. Prof.'O. II.- Uijuisu.,
Mfbsrs. IJe'atty & Pliitts, of ViVhlng
ton, N. J., aiu gentlemep'trt enteipri-'e,'
anil whose presence would' be ti credit
to any community, liackeltatowii. N. t
J., Herald, fJ-72. . : ',
, WASiiiNaTo.v, N. J., Sept. C, 1873.
tappy to state tliattho Instrument gives
Ajntlro tatljfaotlotl, not only to niya
Juut. also to the teaclifrtJ of the SenilUE
Rev. A. Jr. Jellt.
. We say, after careful find cosily ex
periment, It Is with pleasure wo Intro
duce tho "Golden Tongue," knowing
it possesses mail) advantages ;over ull
ittlieis manufactured. The tone excels
iu fullness) purity, and' tho thousands
bf testimonials which nre being con
stantly lecelvcd, are evidence that our
efforts have been eminently succesitul.
.For particulars and Prhv List, address
BEATTY & PLOTTS,
Feb. 21.0m Washington. N. J.
".4 A'wrtp Approximation to the, HEAL SWAN
QUILL thauAnythini) llitlicrto lnicnted."
Tho constantly ivcreasiso sale of the
DOUULE ELASTIC '
Is owing to their superior wrtng qualities, hi.
tested !iytheedltorl.ileniWKeuienturover lOOO
papprs, and l,y Merchants, Lawyers aud Bankers
They are all made of the uest Steel, In the'
lirst manner, by1 the best workmen In Europe.
Fbr .Sale by all Dealers.
m To accommoilate those who may tciih to try
theiepenSf vt will send a Chrd, containing one each
of the t5Nuiuliers,'ynkiil,)n rccenf r25c. t
ivison, DlakeraRn, Taylor &'Co,,
133 and 140 GRAND STREET, N. Y.
April 25, 1674.
SOUTH ST., LEniGlTTON, TA.,
Tin & Sheet IrbriWare
And Dealer in'all klnds'of
1ST Roofing, Spouting and Jobblug
promptly attended to. nov, 3U
-r-j-i , r-
EST ATB.0K' JOHN ECI!OCICt Deceased.
In the Orubtna' Court of Carbon County, at
Maieb ses,ins, 1874. Exceptions to. Widow's
Appraisement. The understated appolnfcl Audi,
ti r by the Court to take testluioii) a oil repnrt tile
lacts in relereilce lo Ihe same In the above case,
will ttletld to tbelluMesnfhWapp' tiitmeiitat his
ofll e, In the UoruuAh ui MiU'li Chunk, on Mou
datf. I li.. 25th diy or Ma,, 1$74, between the hours
ul 10 A, U, aud 4 I'. M, nt nhltll time and place
allers "ui Interested In tlm mn mar appear if
Ihev think proper. W, II. LEONARD, '
May 2, 1871-wl Auditor.
OOK BEAUTIFUL i LOOK
MIOSVI A It,, til, , r nttnriviic
ROSE GLYOERINE for' 'RoughiuU of
the Skin, happed Hands, iVe'., Only 25
cviiU u bottle. may 0,
NEW DRUG STOKE
T. W Scnslmw
He.'pectfully Informs the citl7.ens,of Lfi
hlgltton ninl vicinity, that ho Itaopen
a Urug.Sture, In Stauffuh's Block, on
Bank Street, Lehighton...
and tltRt he has Just received au assort
I'ui'c WIiicm untl Liquors.
"or Medicinal & Sacranntar Purposes.
-, CKjllCS, lOR.ttTO, &C,
which ho will supply at the very lowest
price for Cash.
Renshaw's Writing Fluid,
The Best In the Market.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The attention of Chemists is specially
called to tills article, which, while It Is
fully etjttal to the' best In the maikct, Is
,soltl at 23 per cent, less than any other.
Qualitative Chemical Examinations
carefully made at reasonable charges.
Family Prescriptions carefully 'cum--pounded.
Vif The patronage of the' public is
very respectfully solicited.
T. W. RENSHAW,
apr 11. Chemist aud Druggist.
In order to close out present stofk,
the undersigned respectfully uunotincos
to the citizens of Lehlghtou and vicini
ty that lo lias
Marked Down Prices
of all kinds of' Goods to about1 cost,
and will Sell
' Ho lias lii, stock, a largo assortment of,
and a variety of other articles too .num
erous to enumerate.
If you desire to secure
Now Is ,yoiir Time A Small Slim of
Money will Buy a Large1 Quantity of
Storo Opposite L. A S; Depot, '
BANK-street, lehighton, Peuna.
, ; Z. 11. LONG, Agent.
Tiloiiman AitNlsit, Assignee
March 28, 1874.
TIlQ Untler.llfrnprl evnuM rnannfff,. 11..
Inform builders.eotitractors and the pub-
no in general, timtuiey have opened a
In connection with their
Near tho L. ft S. Depot,
tnd that they have now on liand an' Im
mense stock of .hurouglily Seasoued
Lumber, such as
Rough Pine Hoards,
Surfaced Pine boards,
Flooring, Hemlock and Vine,
Sidings, of all kinds, ' ' '
Shlugles, nn Immense stock,
Boollng and Celling Latli,
and, In, fact, Lumber of every descrip
tion at tli very lowest market prices.
Wo are also prepared to furnish Build
ers and others with a very line article, of
H a ii tl suitable for Kiii.tuury
Work, IMustcriug, &c-, ut Re
markably Low Figures.
We have constantly on hand a' large
lot of' Wood suitable for Firewood,
-which Wov will huj, in largo, or small
quautillesVnt Prices to suit your Pockets
Of Motr-IlONE8l' COUNT LOW PllIClSB. '
Yeakel & Albriglit,
Carbon county, Pa
TJDUY IT I TRY ITI-The India
Jdi ltubber Plasters for, a Wt'ak Back.
PURLING lias them. may li
fjjlo Whom It mny Concern,
, Notlco's hereby given, That,! have
limned tt Geliroi RelirlL' otlH 'mlr nr'
Mules, and her by lorbid ull peruus to
IlU'ddle with tint siine,"
DaumaDsvllle, April 20, 1874-w3
Tlio S.epcntlor the Itr.thN.
A King of Constantinople h.id,, so tho
history tells U3, a daughter wltose beau
ty, grace and vltkios weie.of thatsti
peilatlve chaiacter peculiar to heroines
of tliH.MIildle Ages, but who was aflllct
ed with it sickness upon which nil the -ineilictil
rdiill of llj ztuitlum could .make,
no Inipniotw Tlie fitctilty, noupul-s- '
........i ....... .......t. t. t-. .. nns
.11 ll ll H 1J llllli;il US lb IS VVIIlll, ll, .11.1,
under'slinilar circiiinstances In these
modern times, aud, got rid of nil obstl
Date,, patient that would neither
get well nor die, by leconimendlng
change of air. Dagli-Hnniiii im, as It IS
now called, was Hie spot selected for the
pilnce.n, ami tliero tlicklug built a pal
tieu (or her reception, nun In that pal
ace site1 took up her abo e, nn , breath
ed the miiuiitulu tiir and dr.tuk tlie
liiountiiln water, but without deriving
any advantage from one or the other.
One day, liuwuver, the princess was
indulging in the favorite pastime of'
Ctiiiiantiiioplo young ladles, looking
out of tlio window,, when she saw n
bear; no very unusual occurrence, but
this bear struck the. pincess by his re
markably dejected .aspect. The piln
cess' sympalhles. guslied torth at once,
and she diew a painllel between the
woe-begouu anltnai and herself.,
"There;" said she to herself, "Is n
benr that possesses all the requisite ele
inettts lor being a, very nice aud a very
I nappy near, .utit..nu.isii i; lar iiotu n;
his fuels ragged, liis skiu'ls mansy, his
, brines are nearly throUuh It';' he lias not
an atom of beiir's grease about him,
and his doleful expression of counten
1 once bhows it lowuess of spit its initial to
my own. Llku myself, that bear is a
, Tiiussollloqitlzingi the princess watch
etl the indvetnetits of the bear, ami re
markid thathe went and plunged Into a
poolot mud, after rolling In which torn
vpaco bt tune he gut out, sat' down at
the 'edge of the pool, rested, and'theti
pluneu again; apd after guiug tlirough
the ritual seveial times, with precision
aud soleiiiulty, witlidrow to the moun
tain. Next day tlie bear came again,
aud tlie next after Hint, nud so on for
several days, until at last tho princes
begad to notice a change in his person
al uppeaiitnce, His hide was it ss patchy
Ins cuulileuauco mure cheerful, aud his
blep mole blithe.
Day' by day tlie linprtivementcoiitliiu
cd; sleekness; obviously induced by a
. plenUhil secret lun of tlie. potent grease,
came .over inu raggeti mr; it iosi its
iiusty color, culled abundantly' over a
healtjiy skin, and at length the once
ii.eiaucholy object stood a regenerate
hear; sound in body and happy in mind.
Then hu came no mote to the pool.
Pondering over these things, the prin
cess came.'to the, conclusion that If loll
ing lu the mud bruiitilit back health to
rfii apparently, ,woru-,out bear,. It; could
1 'do no less for an invalid princess. So
hf-r hiehness took a preliminary roll,
and, Uniting It, warm and on thu whole
agreeable, she built herself a bathing-'
house around tho pool, and, daily Imi
tating the .bear, was at the end of two
months restored to perfect health. Then
the Iting, her father, to commemorate'
the. event, built Duullo baths there, and
'Trcm gene'ritlon to geneia'.lon the. famo
Of tlie Spi IllgS Ot UHLtlfAAUIIIIIIUlll 'l"
come, down t(S the present day. Theie
Is a certain resemblance, between the
legend utta,chiiig to these mineral
snrlncs and to that of Kills Iladutl's
pigs, wljlch I s associated with thechaly-,
beate spring of nam, in juilmuu. su
point' of senllment, however, that of
Dagli-Hamtu in has perhaps tile advan
tage, a sickly bear belng'on the whole
a less pio'alc object than a herd of dis
The paters of Kourou and ot Dagh
Ilftinmam are composed, lu grpat'part,
of chiosuluhurlc salts aitd'hyilrosiil-
phurlCigas, ni)il enjoys a deserveil repu-
latum for eincacy ju uu mseasi; 11114
rheumatic affections. Not, far from the
springs are some interesting ruins,
which are doubtless those of the hos
pital and pilaeo described by Hie old
Byzan'lltie blirturlan as having been con
struetedn this neighborhood by Con
stantino am? bis empress, Heleua.
A Down Easlor bolleves there Is noth
ing like' advertising. He lost Ills pock
et book recently, advertised his loss In
tlie local newspaper, and next morning
wei t down into lilt owl cellar and
found It ou the floor.
Two Milesians were standing at the.
Kairmpunt' water-works, watching tlie
big wheels splashing the water, wien
one of them remarked: "MlkeJ Isn't
this a quam country, wherQ they have
to grind It before tliey can uso it?"
, .l. Detroit papur, noticing tho fatt
that a man .lately dropped dead while
comblng.hla hair,. says, ''And yet there
are people who will persist In this dan
"Boy, is this a 'licensed dog?" asked
a'Drtiolt policeman. "No." pall tho
youngster, '"he's a'rat terrier dog, aud
I'm taking hlui down to have bid teeth
'I ay," said a rpugh fellow. to,a fop
with conspicuous htW;legs,"l say, don't
you have to have your pantaloons cut
with a circular saw?"
' Aii'i'xpcrl'ericed old gentlemen says
that all that Is necessary iu the enjoy
ment of lovqo'r sausages Is confidence.
A boy wfio had, tjeen taught that
tune. Is money appeared at the bank the
other iluy, ami retujirkid. thathe Inulart
hour glveu'hltif, nud he w'olild llku to
simml a quaiter of au jjt ur, 'uiid woUiil
take the. cbuu;o tor )bo other tluco
A Di'iiiiinicr In a 'crape,
At Big Creek,- Arkansas, they have a
peculiar fashion which sninetlttn-s proves
euihariasslng. A there Is w preacher
within thirty mllei, the way1 fur marry
ing Is by klsMng nenns the" table. Re
cently a New York drummer wns out
there. He put up at a prlvivo house,
nud became quite Intimate. One even
ing he was fooling around one of the
girls, generally trying the extent of her
sweet temper, when shegftve his whis
kers n pull and ran. liefollowed. She
got tho table between them. He chased,
her around it several times. When out
of breath be stopped on the otlierslde,
making a wild plunge, cauuht her In his1
aims, anil gave her a hearty kiss, She
then sat down up'in the sofa, and tl.ey
talketl pleasiutly for a couple of hours,
lie thinking it singular that slio should
sit up so late.
At last idiosaid, "Don't yoa think Its
about tt 1110 we went to bed?"
" I .guess you are right," he remark
ed; "tit's go."
She lit n candle, and ho was about to
do the same, when she said,
" I ri'ckun one's enough one candle
wllljigllt two folks to bed."
"Undoubtedly it would, when those
two persons oecupy the. saute room,
lint jour caiiilUi won't) Illumine my
"Ain't we going to occupy the same
room. rAlu't we-married?"
"Ain't wo what?" shouted the gen
tleman. "Married 1 Didn't you kiss rue across.'
the table? Timi married us."
A cold sweiitswt'ptiiver the drummer
He knew thi'it ll he said lie wasn't mar
lied to her .ho would make-an outcry,
and tht-n her loving and miroli tobaceo
cousuiulng father would arise ,iu hls
wrath and carvo hltu Into cutlets, and
her brothers would bringdown' their
shot-guns ami empty the contents lute
lilin. Hit laitisli be straleg c. He must
put her off. So he said :
" Fairest- of your sex, permit rae lo,
rem irk Hint I did not know that kissing
ucro-s thu table constituted a marriage
Ci-roiiKiuy. xmt I am content. A Imvo
never seen one who so completely filled
my ideal or a beautlf ul.swtet, loviu,' nutl
jiodeht w oiiMii. However, I would
uuver thiii.k of holding you to thlj mar
tlage until I had asked the permission
ot your t it Iter to pay my uddresses to
you, To- uimroAV, at dinner, when all
thu landly rue- paeseut, X will projsiso -tor
T.iia salislied the lady, TinS, after be
stowing upon him a fervent kiss,, she
went Lo her room, and he Went to- Ills..
Hu piikkud his carpet-bag, took oif bis
boots, anil made tracks tur the- nearest
rail mail station, lie tildu't fee entire'
ly salo until he lotelied St. Louis, Ho
liasii't lutoruieil his wif.t ut this- little
advouturu. Ho' nlraid she might
write out to Arkansas tur. tlia Jaets lu
thu case. Wome.u suiuetiuies. wonft lis
ten to reason, yuu know.
Toautlinrizo and raqnlro tjifl .Auditor
to publish au annual. statement of the
ncelpts and expeuditurl's of Road'
Poor'nnd School Directors of tho
several townships aiviboroiighs-wlth--In
this Common wealth, aud to desig
nate a day to audit, settle ami adjust
' township and borough, accounts :
Sue. 1. Be it enacted, Ac,: That tho
auditors of the sovetal townships uud.
boroughs within this Commonwealth'
shall pieet annually oiithetlr&t Monday
of June, and oltener If neetiKsary, and
shall audlt.settlo and adjust the aeeounts
of the supervisors, roau commissioners,
Sfhool, borough and township treasuiers
as may by law be referred',10 thetiii '
Sice. 2. That the auditors of 'tlw sever,
ral towuships and boroughs within-ibis-Conimonwealtli
are hereby Autliorfied
and required to publish by poitiug.
handbills, either written orprliiteu.hu
at least tlvo public places within their
respective towiishipj'and boroughs, an
iteiulzedannual statement of tlio receipts
and expenditures ot the borough coun
cils, road commissioners, supervisors,
overseers of the poor and school dlreec
tors for tho year preceediug 91m annual
settlement for their respective districts:
and hand bills' to ha posted within ten!
clays-nfter buch settlement, and further
It shall be the duty of said auditors to
(Ilea copy of1 the same with the town
clerk In tnelr respective districts, and
nlso with tho clerk of tlie Court of Quar
ter Sessions, whlcl. shall be at nil times
subject to inspection by any citizen
thereof; Provided. Tliat where two of
said olllcers shall Jo exercised by tlie
'same person only one stuteuient shall
be required; Also provided, That noth
ing lu this Act shall bo construed to,
interfere with tho present law, which
requires nnnuul statements or the re
ceipts aud expenditure! of the borough
councils, load commissioners, super?.',
sors, overseers or tho poor and sellout
directors lo be mlveriUii ii. n, .i.u..
. ... ,I,U UUIIT
and weekly newspapers published In the
riiarinriilu.. Inn.alltl '
fcec. 3. In case of neglect or refusal
tO COIllllIV With III. I l,n,i'Mi,n, ,,l'll,L,...,
the auditors so neglecting or refusing'
.shall each pay a penalty of twenty dul
bus, to bo recovered iu the same nun
ncr as debts of similar amount aru by
niuiuauiv, uy suit, 111, UlUlt'll 111 lllll
liaU.U or tint Kl'llnnl '.lUlrll I...
, - "--..--" "1'uil II1U
euuiplalnt of any uixpaylug citizens of
lie oniiir, lull 1110 prUCei'US HH'tCOltO
bU Italll lllttl thll Hrhonl Iri'.lvliei, nt ..l.l
Sec. 4. All acts or parts of act In
consistent herewith nm tier,. In