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U, V. MonTIIIMEn EDITOR.
SATURDAY MOttNINU MAY 23, 1871.
Charles J. Nourse, Chairman of the
iPIg-Iron Oommtttco of the American
'Steel Iron association, lma called a
meeting of all tho plg-lroa ronnufactur
a for Thursday morning, tho 281"
Inst., at the Association rooms, In Phila
delphia, to consider tho continued de
pression in tho Iron trade. It Is ex
pected thp.t the meeting will urgo do
clslvo action by Congress on tho finan
cial Question, tind on tho proposition to
restore the 10 per cent duty taken off
jy the act or 1872; the call has been ap
proved by tho leading iron manufact
urers. A most dastardly attempt
was made on Thursday night
to destroy the new photo
graph gallery of J. F. Beltz,
en Bankway, by saturating
tho woodwork with coal oil
and Betting fire to it. Had
tho fire not been fortunately
discovered in time, the gal
lery, Clinton Bretney's, Mrs
Esch's and J. W. Rauden
bush's Valley House, would
certainly have been destroy
ed, as the wind was blowing
quito a gale at tho time. The
fire was noticed by tho freght
train hands who gavo tho
alarm, and drover Smith and
others hurried to the spot
and succeeded in putting
out the names. Wo are m
favor of law and order, but
could the sneaking, dastard,
ly coward, who made this at.
tempt be discovered, wo
could utter a hearty Amen
on seeing him dangle from
tho limb of a tree; a human
fiend who can so wantonly
placo life and property in
jeopardy, deserves no other
This Is the title clvcn to those who
havo recently crusaded against rum.
The title Is conferred chiefly by those
who take "a little wine for their stom
ach sake," or a good deal of It for their
palate's sake. .Already anti-temperance
men cry out "The woman's Temper
ance excitement Is subsiding. I thought
there would bo nothim; permanent.'
.But the excitement of the Day of Pentl.
cost lasted only one day, yet who will
say there were no permanent results,
For the next ten thousand years tho
good effect or tne recent movement will
be felt. Within a few months paBt
eight hundred rum-sellers have given up
their business and professed faith In
Christ. Twenty-five hundred erog
shops have been closed. Two hundred
and fifty western towshlpa are entirely
tree from rum-selling establishments
fifteen million of dollars less of revenue
from rum sellers havo been paid
Washington than In the same time last
year. When Pres. Grant was told of
this he said : " Very well, put tho tax
on something else." So sny we. We
cannot afford to have the rum traffic go on
though the tra meets should pay tendol
lars of revenue whero they pay one.
Christian at worn.
Ilaydenvllle, Mass., Jay 10. The
Goshen reservoir about four miles north
of this place, buist at about 8 o'clock
this morning, and the water came rush
lng down the hills, carrying everything
before It. It struck tho south-eastern
portion of Williamsburg Village, about
two miles north of tlds place, carrying
away a large numbtr of dwellings;
therjce to Sklnnersvllle, were It swept
away Mr. Skinner's largesilk mills, and
bis boarding and dwelling houses. Con
tinuing on, It struck the large biass
manufactory of Ilayden, Gere, & Co.,
sweeping it away In an ii, slant.
Large stones and machinery were
swept through the main streets at a fear
lui i ate, and well built houses were In
stantly crushed, not giving the Inmates
a moment's warning;
The flood then struck the village of
Leeds, where a large number of shops,
dwellings, etc., were swept away.
The loss of life was heavy, whole
families, In tome Instances, were cither
killed or drowned. Twenty three bodies
were taken out of the rubbish on the
Whole blocks of tenement houses, filled
with women and children, were swept
down the stream, and all the inmates,
of course, were loot.
At Floreiieo many persons were
swept down the stream, but so swift
was the current that they could not be
The damage to property Is hundreds
tit thousands of dollars.
Tha Nonotuce Silk Company's Works,
anil Uut Florence Manufacturing Co.'s
Works aro damaged to the extent of
Juat below Willlamsbug the flood
swept away Skinner's factory, with
several women operatives, who hod just
At Ilaydenvllle, Ilayden, Gere St Co'i
factory, including tbvlr offloo and this
ITtiydenvllle Savings Bank, with n largo
nmountof funds, and also Loonils' Hotel
were swept away.
At Lee.fo, Mr. Warner's button fac
tory v!A9 swept entirely nway, taking
cani'i railroad bridge In Its course. The
rooming train from Now Haven was
Mopped nt Hampton.
The Goshen Reservoir covered 150
acres of Ground at an average depth of
uu teet. it was drawn upon in dry times
for the supply of the mills at Williams
burg, Ilaydenvllle, and Florence. The
reservoir was constructed about twelve
years aco. In order to afford a reliable
supply of water for the various factories
on Mill River, which is one of the most
fickle and uncertain of streams, liable
alike to floods and almost utter drouth.
It was built by a company of capitalists
who were Interested In tliu .various
manufacturlngenterprlseson the stream,
nnd has caused them apprehensions of
disaster several times.
Last year, however. It was repaired
at a hf-avy expense, and since then has
been supposed to be, until now, toler
ably secure, although known to be
Latest ngures make loss of lire total
189 these figures only represent persons
whose loss is positively known though
bodies of all are not yet recovered.
Bodies constantly are being found, and
In somo cacss those of persons who
were not supposed to be lost. It Is ut
terly impossible yet to clve a detailed
estimate of losses, but tho total loss
must far exieed one million dollars.
Williamsburg, tho principal locality
named In the above despatches is a post
village of Hampshire county, mass., uj
milles north west of Boston. Ic has a
opulatlon.of between 2000 and 8000.
It Is a busy manufacturing place, being
concerned Intheproduotlonottron cast
ings, machinery, edged tools, carnages,
woolen goods, and other articles. Leeds
Is a post-offico In tho same county.
Ilaydenvllle Is a small post village also
in iiaropsnirocounty,seveii miles norm.
west Dy railroad ironi Nortnamton.j
PniLAEELTiiiA, May 10, 1874.
Now that Coneress has refused an ap
propriation rortno centennial, tnepeo
pie of Pennsylvania tiro determined of
themselves to celebrate the event in a
national manner, and the Board of FI
nance has resolved to commence the
work "without delay." Local Jealous
lea and penny-wise economy managed
to bring disaster upon the cause, nnd
yet It Is the best thing that could have
happened to us.
A spirit of enthusiasm has been ar
oused in our people, and wo havo resolv-
ed to wait no longer tor aid from uon
gress or other Slates, but to "go ahead"
at once, and mane the Centennial
success. Next week the work will be
gin, nnd wo are now In earnest. Let
every man, woman, and child In our
(ominonwealtu contribute to the cause,
and show toourjealousrivalsthatPenn
sylvanlacan, of hersell celebrate the Cen.
tennial in a national manner.
Tho parasltles that have been fatten
ing upon the funds furnished by Phila
delphia, must now ba removed, and our
own clt'zens be appointed In their stead.
It Is an Insult to our people that men
are occupying high places and receiv
ing large salaries, who come from States
that voted strong against an appropria
tion by Congress. Let Pennsylvanians
now fill tho offices, and draw their sal
aries from the contributions .made by
our own people.
TIIK WIRE BRIDGE.
For several years, there has been a
suspension bridge over tho Schuylkill
bcloyr Falrmoont. This was the first
structure of tho kind In the United
States, and it has swung un Its cables a
much longer tlrao than was allowed to
It by Its inventor, Colonel Eilett. As
this bridge had become unsafe, It was
necessary to construct another In Its
place, and a double decker will bo built
that will bo raised high above tho tracks
of the Pennsylvania railroad. Work
men aro now engaged in removing tho
cables of the once famous wire bridge,
and In a short lime this former curiosity
will have entirely disappeared, A tem
porary structure has been substituted.
and it will he used until the new bridge
is finished. There will bo no more wire
bridges over the Schuylkill, aud the new
crossing Is to bo completed in time for
Falrmount has been very much Im
proved recently, and some of tho basins
have been cleaned. The work was con
tinued without Intermission, as it was
necessary to have them in use for the
city. Visitors will always fiud some
thing Interesting at the beautiful F r
mount, and the works are now In com
plete order. The machinery Is kept
clean and bright, and nt this season of
the year the scenery Is charming.
A bout twenty gentlemen from England
nnd Scotland are now visiting the prlul
clpal cities In this country. They have
recently ueen in rruaueipnia, aud tney
were delighted with our Park aud pub
lic buildings. Tne Masonic Temple at
tracted their special attention, and they
pronounce it the grandest structure of
granite in tho world, and admired par
ticularly Its fine proportions.
The HUksltes held thlr yearly meet
ing this week, and the weather was de
lightful. No taiu fell, aud the Friend
liad no occasion for umbetellas. This
Is somewhat uuusal.
THE l'ODUO SQUARES.
These lungs or our city are now open,
and thousands or persons are taking ad
vantage or a rest in them. Unfortuna
tely they are closed at night, and the
walks being made ot pour gravel are
not pleasant In wet weather. An effort
has been made, or late years, to have
the railing removed, but so far with
Public squares are patronized by the
little ones, and It Is pleasant to see a
boy rolling his hoop, or u girl, Jumping
the rope, and all delighted with their
amusements. Many a child has no
other place for physical development,
as they have no yaids In which to run
about, 'i nese squares are properly call
ed "lungs" or the city.
WAR ON IXXJS.
Several casee of hydrophobia having
occurred here recently, a general war
upon tin) poor canines has broken out
and every unmuzzled cur running In the
street ts shot down by tho police. It
would be better to have every uog Kill
ed ihan for one human being to ba bit
ten by them, and to have that most nw-
rul ot all diseases nyaropnnnia. tiogs
aro now at a discount In Philadelphia,
and the young ladles who used to take
a promenade with n fancy cur by their
side, havo become alarmed and the dear
pets havo been put away. Whenovcr
a young ady showed such marked af
fection fur this creature, it was an evi
dence that her love had gone to the
dogs. Ileno forth they must bestow
their attention upon somo more worthy
object, and tho chauzo will be n benefit
to some or them.
THE GREAT LAUNCH.
Another Iron sen monster has been
launched upon tho wnter. The "City
of Toklo" was set alloat on Wednesday
nt Chester, and thu launch was a brilli
ant success. The vessel is tho second
one built by John Itonch for tho Pacif
ic Stall Steamship company nnd she Is
Intended to trado between San Fran
cisco and China.
The "City of Peking" and the "City
ot Toklo" are entirely the proflnct of
Pennsylvanian material and workman
ship. They aro, constructed of Pennsyl
vanian Iron, at a rennsylvanlan ship
yard, built by Pennsylvanian mechan
ics, and sent forth irom u rennsylvanl-
an river. Pennsylvania enjoys tho
proud honor of giv lng to the world the
twolargostandstaunchest vessels afloat,
with only one exception the Great
Eastern The Delewaro river Is now
called tho Clyde of the Western Conti
nent, and at the yards of John Hoacli
& Sou can be turned out the largest aud
best vessels in tho world.
Yours truly, Modoc.
Friday Evening, May 15th.
The money market shows no change
from the conditions ot easo which lias
continued for several moutlis. The rates
are quoted the same 4 to 5 per cent,
on call, with a full supply for all de
mands whero tho collaterals are of an
approved character. Dlscountsarercadl
ly obtained on first-class inerchantile
paper nt 0 per cent.
Gold has been steady but weak throuh
out tho week, notwithstanding the
heavy shipments to Europe, the market,
however, closing firmer In tone at 12.
The stock market stiffened somewhat
during the forenoon, hut the undercur
rent was towards creator weakness.
Pennsylvania opened nt406, fell off
to 4'jj, rullltd to 4j;a, but eventually
settled to 49)8, at which It closed after
tho regular hours ot business. United
Companies ot New Jersey sold at 125
to 125K. Oil Creek was in stronger de
mand, advancing to QM. Catawisa pre
term! sold at a decline or
Heading at G0?i no change. Lehigh
valley advanced to til. North l'enn
sylvanla sold at 44. 10 was bid fur
Philadelphia and Erlo. Tho miscella
neous list was strong until near the
close, when it weakened, LehUh Ntvl
cation selling from 45 to i.Y. Tho
market closed weak.
Government bonds were a shade
stronger In sympathy with the advaucu
Trade continues to drag its slow length
along in u very unprofitable manner,
and wo can record no increase iu tho
volume ot business. It Is very evident
now that no substantial revival of trade
will take place during the season, now
so far advanced. Money continues as
cheap and abundant as ever, but there
is marked Inertia In all circles.
The Flour market has been exceeding.
ly dull during the week, there being
scarcely any export demand, and no
disposition of tlie homo trade to pur
chase except for immediate wants. Su
perfinc. 45.00 to 5.85; extras, $0 00;
Spring Wheat, extra family, $7 50 to
7 87J4; aid high grades at 8 25 to 10
25. The Wheat market has been ex
tremely dull, thero being very little de
maud either for export ur local consum
ption. Western Bed, $1 55; Peuna.
Amber, $1 74; No. 1 Spring, $1 60. Corn
Is lower. New mixed, 84c to 87c; new
Peuna. Yellow, 84c. Oats are In fair
demand, Western white 04 to CO, Webt
eru mixed, 02 to 03c. Ilye, II 05 to 1
10. Cloverseed Is dull. Pales at 9 to
10c, the latter for choice. Timothy
sold at 2,75. Tho Butter market U
dull, but prices lower. IKestern Choice
Hairy, 28 to 82., do. fresh firkin 30c.
Peuna. Glades Choice Dairies, 33c;
u"o, good to prime. 25 to 28c, medium,
10 to 18c Lara, Western kettle retuer
d. ll to HHc. Eggs sell at 15 to 10e,a
Hay, prlmo Timothy, tl.33 to 1,45;
mixed timothy, 1,23 to 1,35. Straw,
93o to 1,05.
The Lackawanna Iron and Coal Com
pany ot Scranton, suspended on Satur
day evening, last, at all tholr puddling
furnaces, rolling mills, aud mills, thero
by throwing about 700 men out ot work.
The cause of this Is owing to the con
tinued depression In the Iron market,
The company's yards are crowded with
thousands ot ton of rails nnd other pro
duct of their works for which they can
not find sales.
TT Hie Blatter of Assigned
Estate of John Fcnstermacher and
wife, for the Benefit of Creditors.
Notice Is hereby given, That Henry
Coyer, assignee under deed of assign
ment of John Fenskrmacher and Mary
Ann his wife, of tho Borough of Le
hlghton, Carbon County, Pa., of all
their property, real, personal aud mixed,
for the benefit ot creditors, has filed his
first and final account as such asslguee
in tills offlce, and that tho same will bo
presented at the next regular term ot
tho Court ot Common Plras of Carbon
County, to be held it Mauch Chunk,
on the third Monday ot Junnnext, 1874,
(June 15, 1874,) at 2 o'clock P. SI., for
allowance and confirmation,
T1IOS. KEllERKlt, Prothonotary.
Mauch CJiuulr, Uy 3, 1871 wi
tncapcst Place In Town!
The undersigned respectfully Informs
his friends and tho citizens In general,
that he has just received a largo and
elegant assortment ot
SILVER PLATED WARE,
Jewelry, Gold Pens, &c
Which ho Is offering at very
LOW PRICES FOR CASH !
Also; Agent for tho celebrated
Spectacles & Eye-Glasses
Tho very best In tho market.
Nearly opposlto tho P. O.,
Bank St., Lenighton.
May 23, 1874
Notice li herebr rlren that the Executor. Ad
mlnlerrators, and uuardlans hereinafter named,
bare filed their respecttre arcouuts or the follow
lng estates In the Reglster'l Office, at Blanch
Chunk, 111 and for tho Count jr of Carbon, which
account! hato been a owed Mr the uezlster, win
lui nremmted to tha Judras of the Ortthana' Court
on Monday, the 15th dar of June next, at ten
o clock, A. for eonnruaiun :
First and final account of Joseph
Ilolslioo, Guardian of Stephen Frltz-
First nnd final account of William C
McCormlck, Administrator of the estate
ot Francis Gcrmon. late of Kidder
First and final account of P. Mcckas,
Administrator of the estate of Adam
Eckhard, late of Penn Forest, deceased.
A. WIIITTINOIIAM. Register.
Register' Offlce, Maucu Chunk, Mat 23, 1674.
Kk? HANS' COURT SALE.
By virtue of nn order of the Orphans'
Court of Carbon County, there will be
exposed at public sale, on tho t rcmises,
In tlieliUlluuuu ot iiEiiiuu'j.ua, on
Saturday, May 30, '74,
At half-past two o'clock p. m., tho
Meal JEstate !
Late of ELIZABETH MOULTIIROP,
AH that certain lot, piece or parcel of
ground, situate, lylnir. and being In tho
borough ot Lehlghton, Carbon County,
Pa., bounded and described as follows,
to wit : Beginning at a stone, thenenby
land of Lewis Graver south three de
grees aud one-half west twenty-flvo
perches nnd one-teutli to a stono ;
thence by land, of George Esch due east
twelve perches nnd two-tenths to a
stono ; thence by land ot tbe late John
Kuntz, deceased, north twenty-nine
degrees west eleven perchos to a Rloue ;
thence by tho same north four and one
halt decrees cast nineteen perches and
tliree-teuths to n corner in a public
road : thence by said public road soutli
rlfty-tlvo degrees west eight perches to
the place of beginning, containing ONE
ACRE and 25 PEltCHES, strict meas
ure. The improvements thereon are a
DWELLING HOUSE !
With basement, a good well of water,
aud a number of choice fruit trees.
Teirasand conditions will be mado
known at the time and placo of sale, by
M1TY IIISI ? NO I That Electric
Liniment, like I got at Durling's
Drug Store, will cure him or any other
man oi RHEUMATISM and all other
Pains. rosy 0
AT PRIVATE SALE.
The Lehlghton School Iforird now
offer, at Private Sale, the following de
scribed valuablo REAL ESTATE, be
ing a portion of the Public School Pro
perty of tho Borough of Lehlghton, to
One Lot and Building,
situated on the corner ot Iron and Pino
streets, and bounded and described as
follows : On the north by Iron street ;
west by a common alley ; south by n
lot owned by Joseph Obert, and east by
Pine street. The lot Is 00 feet front by
180 feet 0 Inches In depth. Also,
Numbered 153 and 154, situated on Pine
street, In said borough, bounded and
described as follows : On the west by
Pine street; south by lot No. 155; east
by West alley, and north by Cedar al
ley. Said lots being each CO feet front
hy 180 feet 0 Inches In depth. Also,
One Lot and Building,
Situated on Northampton street, and
known as the South Lehlghton School
VST For terms and further particu
lars, apply to either of the undersigned.
JOHN S". LENTZ, President.
A. J. DURLING, Secretary.
On. N. B. REBElt, Treasurer.
Lehlghton, May 3, 1874.
fOTnERS, Look at that Child, It
-tT-M- has Worms. Go or send at once
to DUitLlNG'S Drue Store, and srt a
bottle (if hU WORM SYRUP, so plea-
Taut buu yet do suie. way
AGENTS WANTED FOR
Prof. FOWLER'S Great Work
On Manhonil.lVnmnnlioocl and thrlr
Mill itnt Iiittr-relatlos hove, Ita
Lain, Power, He.
Agent are ell nx from 15 to 85 copies a day.
Send for rpecluin r and terms to Agents, and
see why It al!a faster than any other book. Ad
dress, National. I'cuusnisa Co., Philadelphia, l'a.
Loan and Trust Company
OF LEAVKNWO..TII, KANSAS.
CAPITAL, ... 9500,000.
Will negotiate Loaxs ox lurROTin Heal Estate
worth at least twice the amount loaned tbereoi'.
Intereat 13 per Cent, per Annum,
OMtctimt of Principal and Inltrttt Guaranteal.
Principal nnd Interest payable In New York If
aes.rea senator circular. AaureFs,
O. A. JI001IK, Sec, . atenwortb, Kansas.
TIIKI.AST NKW BOOICOUT.
The subject Is all Important, )et apujillngone.
It replenishes the (lorernment Treasury and Im-
Ihn neonle i n a'trs the I Ich poor nnd tbe
pnor rlcb ; makes f"0l of wire men ; cxhautn tbe
wisdom of Legislation f makes men run mad and
women f1 Md. Tbe crusade haa begun ( onto
victory Mn or women wanted to canTasi every
town. Addresa, U STKUUINS, Hartford, ui.
& FLORENCE O
The Lonc-cnntekted Suit of the
FLORBNCK ShWINQ SIACIIINK CO.
-. . Dl 1VI t.l.
and Qrover Si Hiker Cuuip.tnles, loromng
uvcr 9uui uuui
Ts finally drttded by Ibo
DUpreuiQ IfUUI l III l IW Ulil.ru bi.k.
In fator of the FI.OI1KNGK, hU alone has
liroxeu uie iuuaupiuj ui iiju .i.w.
'TIIK NEW FLORENCE
Is the ONLY MachHe that sews backward
and lurwara, or 10 rigm mm itut
SUtrUbt Caiirist Uiai I
SOLD FOR CASH ONLY. SPECIAL
Club and Dealer!.
April, 1874. Floinci, Mass.
'Ibis Sewing Machine (tlves the best i.aiia.atftii'U
to the user, Is paid for most readily, and la the best
of all to nell Ifthere la no " Uomestlo" acent In
jour twn. arplf to TXIMFSTlf M.CO..N. Y.
USIIS CIKC'f.-r Uizut fiiMm Dtor.
Wood Sawing Machines,
Manufactured and ar Id by
a.-w. GxiArzr sc soism,
Parties who wish to purchase machines that
hate proved to be superior toall others, wllldowell
to send for circular and desci Iptlre price list, which
will be forwarded upon app'l-atlon, free.
BUY J. & P. COATS' BLACK
THREAD for your MACHINE.
A DAY GUARANTKRIlnilnK
ourWKr.f. AUGUR ft 1)1111.1.
In frontl f errltorv. Kmloraed
tiy Govemurs of lWA, Alt.
CiUUgst Int. ..7. QlUtl, O. Lo-Jl, H:.
ADVERTISERS send cts. to (Ito. P
Uowell t Co., 11 Park Ilow, N. V., for their
Eigty-page Pamphlet, shoving cost of advertising.
fBHE People of Lehlghtin and vlcln
ty all unite In testifying that nt A .
J. DURLING'S Drug and Family Med-
Iclne Store, Pone, r'iiF.3ii nnd Unadul-
tekated .Medicines can always be
found. may 0
1874. SPRING. 1874.
The underslcned respectfully Informs
her friends and the Indies in general,
that she Is now receiving a largn stock
of tho Newest and most Fashionable
for Spring and Summer Wear, such as
LADIES' HATS and BONNETS,
NOTIONS, &e., &c.
nats and Bonnets made up In the
latebt and moit fashionable manner.
All goods warranted, and Piices are
fully as low as elsewhere.
STORE, next door to " The Carbon
Advocato" BANKWAY, Lehlghton.
March 14th, 1874.
WHY, OH, WHY will you suffer
with that Couch or Cold? when
relief may Iv had Immediately by using
DURLING'S Compound Syrup of Tar,
Wild Cherry and Horehound.
Notice Is hereby given, that n. A.
Bfltr, of Lehlghton, Carbon county, Pa.,
and Emma E. his wife, by deed ot vol
untary assignment have assigned all the
personal estat ot tbe said II. A. Beltz
o Tllghuian Aruer, of New Mahoning,
Carbon county, Pa., lit trust for the
benefit of tjio said II. A. fritz.
All persons, therefore, Indebted tothn
said II. A. Beltz, will make payment to
me, the said assignee, at New Mahon
ing, or to my duly authorised agent, 11.
A. Beltz. at Lehlghton, and those hav
ing claims or demands will make known
tuesamowlimn six weens irom tnisuate
Assignee ot II. A. Beltz.
C million to Hunters &Flnh
' crmen. All persons aro here
by notified that the undersigned proper
ty owners In Franklin and Towam n
sing townships, positively forbid hunt
ing, nMiIng, &e., on their premises
arter this date.
John Harman, fraao Levan,
Caspar Nunp, Jacob erlg,
Jiu. J. Kemerer, Henry Bau-plfS,
Harrison tin) tier, tVllllani Buyer,
Daniel Kium, Win. E Kemerer,
F. J. it- D, IU-kl, May 10, 1871
Respectfully Informs the Ladies of this
vicinity that alio Is now prepared to
CURLS, PUFFS, &C.,
at short notice and at tho lowest prices.
Sho Is also now opening a new and ele
gant assortment of
Ac, and respectfully Invites an Inspec
tion of them tiy tho Ladles., All work
will be done In tho most f&shlormbla
and substantial manner, and at prices
which aro bound to suit every one.
Mitch 7th, 1874
rjp I. CLACSS,
And Dcalor In
Cent's FurnUhtBff Goods,:
Constantly on hand a splendid stock ot
Consisting of Plain and Fancy Cloths.
Cnsslmeres and Vestlng.i.for Men's and
Boys Wear, which I am prepared to
Mnkn up to Order In the most Fashion
able Styles, at short notice.
Ladles', Misses and Children's
A well selected stock of' French and
Turkey Morocco, Glove Eld, Lasting,
Kid, Pebble and Grain Leather Boots
and Shoes on hand, or
Made to Order.
Hats & Caps,
Of tho Latest Styles always oj hand, at
the Lowest Price.
Also, Agent for tho
American & drover St Bauer
Only Ono Prlue for Everybody.
January 11, 1873-yl
Contractor Si Builder,
Flans and Specifications
For all kinds of Buildings made at toe.
Mndo for Plans and Specifications when
the contract Is awarded' to the under
signed. A. W. EAOHES.
June 14, 1878-yl
Livery & Sale Stables,
BANK STEEKT.IjKIIIQIITOW, P.
FAST TROTTING nOESE3,
And positively LOWER PRICES than
any other Livery in tbe County.
tST Large and handsome Carriages
for Funeral purposes and Weddings.
Not. 22. 1873. DAVID KBBKKT.
Currlugcs, Stclgus, Bfegglea,
and titrj description of;
Ksarlr opposite Eapla. Hotel, Bank Stmt;
REPAIRISO PB0SUTLT ATTENDED JO
At reasonable charges,
sa-rairorss lttf rorpectfultr MlistUi,
lab. 1, 18T4, A. BCCKUAH. (
IN THE BIBLE,
Br the author of "Night Bctnes In the Bib!" asl
"Our father's Uouse," of which Marly 930fi
haie been sold. "Home Life" U omme4e4 by
ministers of all oburthea as "the aothnr'a boot
book,""fnli of precious thortU,""TrUisr
cloas as (ami," " a cholon booh for (Terr fsmUr
Ac. Steel engrat Iocs, roes tinted ffTt nth
binding, and for rapid aale uneoKaUd. AOEHTS,
YOU.SO MEN, LADIF..H, TEACUKliS end CLXV
OVMh.V, wanted In e-erroonotrt $I to fW J
mouth, beudfor circular.
Z1M1LXU A McOVKDY,
asr7m3 l Arch (rt, FhUodfhU,