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VOL. II., No. 31. LEH1GIIT0M, CAltBON COUNTY, PEN'N'A, SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 20. 1874 SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS
W.O.rredlrlfl, Singer Hewing Machine and In.
' wencensxt to B. H. Snyder's, Bank street.
B. B. W1DD03, Shattvg, Hair CuUingand Siam
T-paofag, under Kxrhanite Hotel, Bank street,
lloot nnil Shoe IllaUera.
Charles Yenser. nearly opimtite the yoiKce, Bank
street; alio, dealer in OMTatunyry.
Clinton Bretney, in Levant OuMing, Hank i street.
Morderl promptly filled-work warranted.
Hausman A Rutins, oprlieOberts .tore, Bank
treat. Allordtritrmiay fiUed- .
Dry Goods anil Orocerlea.
7 It 1 onYoM). L. A S. Depot, Iiauk at. .( fer m
Groceries. OuectuuwK, CUrjiell, Oil
K lifter. Bank Uriel, fry 'VA"'"''
Or lice ami Medicines.
A J Durllm! hr.t door above V. ; Vk ',t,xU
A,OiU"X Rrfumer,,, latent iledicinee, dc.
P P Bemroel.neirly opp. radiance Hotel, Bank
str'eeT. CuXr! 'oil M'U, Guano, do.
Thomas juatit., " Es".", tpp- l'ubllc Squa e,
Hank t. lWronagc injured. .
- Furniture Warelionse.
V. SchwartJ.Bank street, deafer in ull Undt of
Furniture. Coin$ made to order.
- merchant Tailor.
nu A Brc Bank street, and iwJerainGentl
ilnUhirg odi, Hoot,, Uat, l
IhomasS Beck. I'.'o. building, Ibo k st eIf '
rurnUhing Coeds, Hati, Cap; &Ji llooU, do.
Mr.. B. Falh, Bak street. 2nd donr Wow the M.
K. Church. .VotCon Trimming!
Pliyalclana ana Surgeons.
Br C. 8. Ueruiau. a rner i . Bank and lion .tree .
Clm,uIalion Jr. Englilh """J CJ"-n,nk ,.,
Br N. U. Retar, next door to P. O, Rank: street.
Cbniutolton in ZnglUh and German.
Jc Obert.Bank .. JMckinu. Vurwp andfmoUng
lUlabliihmcnt. Alt order, promptly filled.
J lfattlniler Son, Bank t, dealer, In. Flour and
toed. Groceriet, Fruili and Vegetable,. p
Watchmaker anil Jeweler
A.O. Dolleuniayer, eouth street, above Bark .1.
Dealer in Watcltu, ClxU, lixngl, dc.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Heal Estate and Collection Ageucj . W ill Buy and
Sell It.al Estate. Conveyancing neatly done, un
ions promptly made, settling Estate. i of le
cedent, a specially. Ma, be cou.ull.d In hnglUh
and Oeruian. I"T-
JNO. V. BUUTOliETTE,
ATTOKNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Omci-1'lr.t National Bank Bulldlne, 2nd Floor
MAUCH CHUNK, 1'IKKI.
May be consulted In German. apr IS, 1S74
pQ. C. UIBIJIIOIC,
DISTRICT ATTOlth'UY, ATTOUNKY AT LAW.
OBice,-n B.osnwat, first door below American
Hotel, MaucUCUuuk,l'eim'a. Collections prompt
yinade. Nor. 23.
jffi 31, AlULIIUUIV, .
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MAUCII CUUNK, PA.
Oct 18, 1873.
J 11. DXMMIOK,
N B. Sales of eery description attended to at
reasonable charges. The patronage of the public
I. respectfully solicited. Jan. 21, '74.
JJUY YOU1X BOOTS AND SHOES of
Henry Campbell. East Weissport,
Where you can nlay get tlie very Bi-st
article, at tliu lowest pricu lor cash.
Boots and Shoes matlo to order nn'l
neatly Impaired at shoit notice and rea
sonable terms. anrll-ui3
N. KLOTZ, PllOP'n,
Sununll Illll, Carbon Co., Pa.
4-l)et of .ccomuodalluQS. hxeelleut res
taurant underneath. Uood stabling atUched
OLIVER CRILLEY, dealer In To
liacco, Cigars, Plnea, Ac, next iltxir to
Ilex's Grocery Sttue, Su-quel'anna ft.,
Mauch Chunk, respectfully asks the
people of LfliiKhton and vicinity, when
visiting that place, to call in and try ills
the very best In the maiket. Every
articles In his line uarranted as repre
sented and at lowest prices. inHi'S8
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT
The following Companies are Represented!
Lebanon Mutual Fire,
Heading Mutual Fire,
Lehlih Fire, and the
Travelers' Accident Insurance,
Also Pennsylvania and Mutual Horse
Thief Detective aud Insurance Com.
pauy. March 21), 1873.
TfOS. SI. FRITZINGCR,
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Opposite T. D. Clnuss' Store,
B4NK STREET, LEHIGI1TON, Pa.,
respectfully Informs his friends and the
public, that he has Just received a new
and excellent assortment of Men's Wo
men's and Children's Ready-Made
Boots, Shoes & Gaiters
"Which he will Sell at the Lowest Prices.
t3T Boots and Shoes made to order,
and Repairing neatly and substantially
"done at -"on. ap 23-y 1
Passengers for Philadelphia will leave Lehighton
8.00 1. m , via L. v.. arrive at I'hlla at
7 37 n. m. via L. S. " "
7 39 a.m.TlL. V. " "
11.07 p.m. via L.t S. " "
11.02 n. in. via I.. V. " "
2.27 p, m. via L. ft 8. "
4 47 p. m.vlaL-4 S. '
4.44 p.m. via. L.V. " "
11 in p.m.
2 IS p.m.
8 20 ,m.
8.20 p. III.
7 J8 p. in. la L. V.
Returning. Iave deoot at Berks and American
Streets. I'hlla.. at 7.UU, 830 and 0.45 a, m.; 2.10
310, and fi.lo p. in.
Fare Iroln Lenlgh.on to Philadelphia, f2.5S.
r'eti I, 1874. MILLS CLARK. Agent
CENTII ALll.lt. OPIf. J.
Lr.lllOII & SU.-yUKIIAN.S'A DIVISION.
Couimeucliig Dec 19, 1873.
No. 1. No. 3.
Wilkes llai re
l'euu lla'l. June.
7 30 11.00
No. 10. No. 4.
Leave a. m.
All-lit. n y.io
Mauch Chunk 1 .25
Pcnn Haven J'n. 1045
Ulilte Haven 11.23
Vtilkea-Uurre 12 40
Scraiiton 1 0
rr.Ureeu Rldgo 131
XettnuhonXng Valley It. .Down trains Nos 3
6 and 7, and Up tialn. Nos. 10 aud 4 connect at
Mauch t hunk.
AorlA linn'a It. R Down trains Nos. 1, 3, 5 A
7 connect at Bethlehem lor Philadelphia. Up tralna
Noh. 10 4 connect at Betblrbem Tnr Philadelphia.
Returning leaoPhlladelplila at 7.10 a. in. fir Has.
ton, Mauch Chunk, Rath, Wilkes Barre, Tamaiiua,
Brrantou, Sharcu, Lei ai 0 45 a. ui. tor Kaslou,
Mauch chunk, Tamaqua, U llllauisKrt, Wilkes
Riiro and Scruuton; at 2.10 p. in far Scrantou,
Wilkes Rarre and lutermedtalo stations; at 3 30 p.
m. fur Bath aud ustou ; at 6.15 p. m. fir Mauch
jTtiiu7ua IJranch Up trains Nos. 10 A 4. and
Dou trains Nos, 3,6 fi tconnectat Mauch Lhunk
to and from Taiuao.ua.
Lehigh d-Laclautanna it. 11. Down trains Xos.
1 & 7, and Up trnlns Nns. 10 A 0 connect at lleth.
lehem for Bath aud Chapman Quarries. Return
ln leave Chapman's nt 7.40 a. in. aud 2.15 p. hi
Centra! JiaUioad tJ XewJer,eysS trains make
close connection at Latou with, trains ou Ccutrul
Railroad ol New Jtrsey.
Jlrlcidcre-Delaware It. It. Down trains Nos. 3
A 6, and Up tialns Nos. 4 & 14 tnuueel at I'bullps
burg with Brl.-Uel. R. it. to aud from Treutou.
Philadelphia and Belvldere
rnladelpltia tC Heading ItaUroad.1hei Depots
of the f ast I'enn II. R. and the L. A Ej. DlvUtou
are connected by street Cars.
II. I'. UALUW1N, O'cn. I'auenger Agent.
PIIILADELPII. A ERIE RR. DIVISION.
Winter Time Table.
On and after SUMAY, NUVbMitKK 21, 1873.
the trains on the 1 bla. Sl Erie K H. Diilslou.v.1,1
run a. follows!
Bvrraio Rxpklss leaves Phi'adelphla
" " Wllllamsport
" " Emporium
11 arr. at Ilutlalo
Erii Mail leaves Philadelphia
11 " Wlllamsport
' Lra'k llaveu
11 " Renova
" an. at Erie
Elmiua Mail ieaveB Philadelphia
' ' llarriaburg
" " Wll lamsport
arr. at L ck llaveu '
10 30 p.m
3.15 p ui.
7.3 1 p m.
7 20 pm.
8.0 1 a.m.
C 2 1 p.m.
Renova Accoumod'm le.ives llarrlsburg 8 23 am
' Wllllamsp't 12i6 pin
Bilu Eaole Mail leaves Williauispitrt 1.15 p.m.
" arr. at mk-k llaveu
Bcrmo Exrscss leaves Butfalo
" arr. at llarrikburtt
' " 1'hlUdelphU
Ebie Mail leaves Erie
" Luck Haven
" " Wllllamsport
" arr. at llanlsiiurg
" " Philadelphia
Elvira Mail leaves Uick Haven
' W tlliaiusport
" arr. at Haritsburg
" ' l'hllad.liihla
0 lu p.m.
4.6J a in.
11.2 l a.m.
8 40 p in.
11 ID p in.
3U5 a w
8 0 a.m
S 30 a.m.
llAllRISOunO ACC0U. lotves Wllllimspnrt 030 p.m.
arr. at uarn.i'Uric iu.oop.ut--
Bus Eaole Mail hates Lik Htteii 12.21 p.m.
j' arr. at Wllllamsport 131p.m.
Mall East connects ost and west at Erie with L
SAMS It W and at Curry and Irtluetou with
Oil lieck and Alle,iueuy It It W.
Mall W'ei wllh east and west trains on I. S 4 M
S It v. and at t'orry aud lrvluetuu with Oil Creek
aud Allegheny R It U.
Elmira Mall and UuTalo Rzpre-a make close
ronnectionsst W UI!aiuporl wllh N C II W tialua
uortb, aud at Hurnsburg MllhN C K W IralUi,
south. W31. A, BALmYIN,Oen'l Supt.
MOTICX In Hereby Given,
That an Application will he made
under the Act of Assembly nf the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled
"An Act to provide for the Incorpora
tion nnd Regulation of OTtaln Corpor
ntlom," approved April 24th, 1874. for
the charter nf an Intended rorpor.itlnn
to be callnl "Thi'Lehiuh Valley Emery
Wheel Company," .f WVIsspurt, Pa.,
the clmrneter ami objeet of which Is to
Mnnutni'turp Emery Vli"clsand Artlll
clnl Stones of all kinds, anil Machinery
ot various dtscrlptlous for Ihe pnrposu
of Mounting the same for use, and for
thee put puses, lo have and jms.-e.ss and
enjoy all the rights, benefits aud privil
oges ot the snld Act of A-sembly.
June Oth, 1874.-W3
WONUKRFUL, HUT TRUE!
Whenever 1 get a llottle of Ulooni
of Youth or Magnolia Halm, Ho-.e Tint,
n Box of Lilly White, or anything In
that line to beautify the complexion, at
Dm ling's Drug Store, it seems to bo
nicer and better than 1 can get iiny
v, here else. may 0
"taUS T look at her Hair I Why I
thought It was turning Grey? So
It.was, until she got a Dottle, of that new
Xlair Restorer at Durllng'a Drug Store.
BEATTY & PLOTTS.
The Really & Plotts celebrated Gold
is arkiinwledeeil by professors of music
and relebrated organists to be the lead
ing Parlor Oigan now In uso, Tetl
nionlaliniiil cants of honor aro con-tan t
ly being received in favor of them. Wo
append a few and wish you to read
Anthony, N. J.. Jan. S.'i, 1873.
jVessrs lleat y &l'lotls, Gents Your
Organ, sold me, gives entire satisfaction.
It beauty of ton" and style of workman
ship are seldom If ever Mil passed. Wish
lug you success In your Imsliie.-s, I am,
Willi lespect, Prof, M. II Ueaity.
Siiamokin, Pa.. Feb 11, 1874.
I have ono of Realty & I'lott-' Golden
Tongue Organs. It I nn fxecllent in
strument, lino tone and full power. I
like it better than liny I have heard.
M. II. IIaiipkl, M. D.
Lauiiy's Stat'n, Pa., Jan. 27, 1874.
1 linvu had Realty & Plotts' Ort-an
slice August 14th, 1872; it gives the
highest satl-faetion, and has proved all
that It was recommended by the prop'ts
Si.atinqton, Pa., Feb. G, 1874.
Bealty & Plotts' Parlor Organ I like
better than the Stand ml, and it gives
better satisfaction, as 1 find in my trav
els. Prof. Fit. V. Maykh.
St. Clair, Pa Dec. 0th. 1873.
Messrs. Beatly & Plotts, GenU-1
liavo received the Organ, assent by ynor
firm to me, and 1 have had It examined,
and It gives ample wilMai'tlon.
Hon. John Siney.
Maiianoy City, Pa., Oct. 10, 1872.
The Beatty & P oils celebrated Gold
en Torgue Parlor Organ Is by far the
be-t Parlur Oiyan In uso. I have care
fully examined It, and dud Its tone,
wtiikniHiishtp and duinblllty to bn the
beet 1 ever mw, and 1 can with pleasure
recommend it to any in want or it. first
class parlor organ. Piof. O. II. UNOtiit.
Mes-rs. Realty & Plotts, of Washing
ton, N. J., are gentlemen of enterprise,
and whoso presence would bo u credit
to any community, Hackeltstowit, N.
J., Herald, 1872.
Washington, N. .1., Sept. 5, 1873.
To Itubeit Morgan, Pottsvllle 1 urn
happy to state that the instrument gives
entire satisfaction, nut, only to uijselr
but also to the teachers of the bemiiiarj
who are better Judges.
ltev. A. M. Jelly.
Wo say, after careful nd cosily ex
periment, it is with pleasure we intro
duce tho " Golden Tongue," knowing
it possesses umui advantages over all
others manufactured. The tone ex.-els
in fullness, purity, and the thousands
of testimonials which nru being con
stantly teceived, are evidence that our
efforts have been eminently suceesstul.
For particulars aud Prl.'e List, address
BEATTY & PLOTTS,
Feb. 21-Cta Washington, N. J.
"A Xearer Approximation to the HEAL SWAX
QUILL than Anything Hitherto Invented."
The coHSTANVir ischcasino sale of the
1 Steel JPeim I
Is owing to their tuperior writing qualitiet.n at
tested bylheedltorlalenil-irsemcntornver 1000
pipers, and by Merchants, Lawyers and Bankers
They are all made of the best Steel, In the
best manner, by tho beat Wurkmea lu Europe.
tor Hale by all Dtalert.
7b accommodate thote who may with to try
thete pent, we will tend a CXirti, containing one each
othe 15 Nlimbera, oyntai!, on receipt o23c.
Ivisoti, Blakeman, Taylor & Co.,
138 ard 140 GRAND STREET, N. Y.
April 23, 1674.
Oppostto tho Public Squaie,
SOUTH ST., LEniGuTON, TA.,
Tin & Sheet Iron Ware
And Dealer in all kinds of
W Hoofing, Spouting and Jobbing
promptly attended to. uov, ,'iU
Notice Is hereby given, Hist n. A.
Beltz.of Leliluhton, Carbon county, Ph.,
and Emma E. his wife, by deed of Vol.
u.ilary assignment have assigned all the
pei sotial estate of the snld II. A. llelti
to Tilfflmian Artier, of New Malumlm,
Carl on county. Pa., In trust fot tho
benefit of the said II A. iVHz I
All persons, tlieiefore, Indebted toth
said II. A Holt z, will make payment to
me, the bald assignee, at Ntw Mahon
ing, or to my duly authorised agent, II,
A. llt-llz, at Leltigliloti, and lliuse hav
ing claims or demands will make known
thesauio within six we-ks from this date.
TILGHMAN A RNER,
Assignee of 11. A. Beltz. I
iay 3, 1874-W8
L.ETTI0K IFItOM (14U I,1S.
Clyde, N. Y., June 0, 1874.
Dear Advocate After leaving
your thriving little town, wo were
whirled along on the UuflVo Express
with lluhtiiing speed, through the deep
gorges of the mountain ranges of tho
Lelil h Valley, until wo renched tho
celebrated Onoko Glen, where a gnor.ly
number cf persons left tho train to en
joy the pleasures of the diversified
scenery at that place. Alter " All
aboari" was sounded, the lionehorse,
seemingly Impatient, started oil with
Ills wonted speed, to climb the hill sides
that lay befote us, and In duo time
brought us to White Haven, where our
eats wire greeted by the stentoilan
voice of an American clllzen of African
, i.-.i i
ueceot iniifc we ouu twenty iiiinuie.s ior
dhner. -Winy availed themselves of
this opportunity, nnd paitook of a
bountiful repast prepared by initio host
ol the Kallruad llott-e. The twenty
minutes were past, and we wero again
on our way up the mountain shies until
we readied .Mountain Top, tin) extreme
elevation of the Lehigh Valley R. R.
Aim, btraugu to say, at this great eleva
villages of the valley
the Schoouuver Utuihers aie doing a
glowing it i. d protltalilo business in the
uieicitliille line. Leaving tills high
point, we descend tlie mountain sides
with fearful rapidity Into the Lacka
..limit, vuiiuy, iiiuii-ci ill uiaiuiy ns inu
scene uf many outrages by tho Indians
upon the early settlers, where Is now
the City of Wlikes-Uiirro-aeityof Itn-
mei.se wealth, bring surrounded with
coal lieids and lavored with r.tllroa. 8
an.t a canal to facilitate business.' Leav-
wanna Valley, lamed in history us Ihe
lug this place, wo again resume our
journey, passing many towns woilhy of
note, until we arr ve at a relay -.tatloti
at the Junction of the L. V. and V. of
N. Y., called S.tyre uoubtloss in lionor
of RuUeitSajre, Esq,, the efficient I'll
jlneerund supeiluteiitlent ol the L. V.
road. Here, alter the usual delays In
cident upun the changing of passengers
ami baggage Irom one road to another,
we lelt on the O. R. It. of N. Y. fur
Auburn, a distance of (17 miles ; our
tialn moving with the rapidity of a
Jaded horse lor about six hums, reach
ing Auburn depot ut U 30 v. M. This
train was known as tlie accommodation
train, by this we were induced to be
lieve It was meant lor the exclusive ac
commodation of the people, living along
tlie line, uf that toad, fioiu tliu luct o.
Its slopping at nearly every house, barn,
and cow-hlied, and it the slied was a
very long one It wuu.d stop at each end.
Having yet 2.) miles ol lail beloro leach
ing our destination, we ut once uiado
Inquiries to know how soon wo could
leave oy lail lor that point, and was
cooly intormed that we would not bo
nolo to teach their until 3:30 i: m. next
day. This was not very savory, ns wo
were anxious to reach our Journey's
end as soon as possible; but we were
obliged to accept the situation, so meek
ly got on lioaru of nn omnibus and
weiu safely lauded on the steps of tho
St. James Hotel, where uurwauts were
abundantly provided tor by mine host,
Mr. U. V Chapman, At 10:20 uext
uiuiiiing we gut on boaid the cars, and
alter backing up unit down a few tint s
we gut a stait uh-itd lor Wetdspurt, a
distance of eight tulles, aud alter one
halt hour of characteristic running wo
lauded at that place, there to remain
live hours lur the closest connection to
proceed on our journey; tliuu seemed to
linger ana was veiy slow In getting
aruuud, but itcuuiettud we were once
more ou a rail, aud in due lime was
lauded saluly ut this little village, aud
at this pulut as well as at other stations
uhuig the line wo saw evidences uf the
extensive business done by the L. V.
R. R, in tliu coal trade, as at each nla
Hon we aivt cars uiaikcd with the un
mistakable L. V. R. II., which to one
who Is acquainted, would bring to mind
tlie genial cotiiilauauce ofE. R. Drown,
esq , too enicieni manager of lie Uo's
lion, wliero the mountain tops mingle , ' -'""""''"""""'
will! theclouds, a little luwu has sprung ve of t 'j'Pl' "BW'y mBdu cuu,Ple
up, aping Ihe active scenes or the mote " ' v"et0 mTV' u,"co ,oa a s'lort
niu,,u. ..r ii.m vuituv it,u bridal tour. The bridal party was then
extensive car works ut Packerton. At i eyo view this description of our city to
nus phtcu (Clyde) we wetu met by a 'l'1)'- can do other than marvel when
relative who united us to a seat in his 1 we place by its side tlie seaman's chart
carnage, aud in u very bhurt lime was
having a gen nil shake ol hands witli
a orotner and sister uud other relatives
at the house of a brother; and as was
expected every thing seemed lu be 111
periect older and all ptesent were carry
ing vey smiling couuuluat.cos. Too
cause was easily divined, tur, as per
pieviuus uotle , we knew theie was to
be a wedd.ug come olf ou the following
day, and the bride n no less pet sou than
a niece of the writer. The morning
came aud brought with It many a threat
UiDg cloud, uud man) an a.ixiuus lace
was turned heavenwaid to deviuu, If
possible, what tliu earner would be tit
about 4:30 l". M , the hour appointed lor
the Intel estiug ceiemuuy to come off.
The conjectures were as vured us tne
cluUuX, but the tliieitiiing clouds did
nut in Ihe least dampen tlie ardor of the
invited guests, lor long belt re the ap
pointed hour, theie had arrived at the
bude's residence about 120. Aud niuv
tliu heavens seemed Ut siu.le moie up
ptoviiigly uud gt-utly brushed uway the I
ttligiy uluuus which liau seeiueu but a
slum timo beloro anxious tu mar Ihe
festivities of the hour Aud now the .
aiiiHiltiicu hour had cotue and ml tinners .
wcleleuuy, the guesls weie iitruuged
in two lii.es so as loulluw the uride uud
giouiu with their ulleudanls tu walk tu
tno Irotit Ij meet the luspousiuiiities ,
tlmt were before them. At the south-1
west corner nf tho parlor stood Ihe offl
elating clergyman, m on his left and
a little. In front stood the bride's fatner
nnd mother. And now tho bride and
groiitu advanced, accompanied by their
attendants, tliobridesmaidsand grooms
men. until within a (v feet of nlllelttt
lug clergyman -tLe Rov. Mr. Chandler,
of tho M. E. church. The bride was
beautifully altlred in white grenadine,
with white, satin trimmings ornnnent
ed w li orange blossoms, with a wreath
of tho same on her head, her hair was
beautifully arranged In curls about iter
forehead and hung in rinizletsdnivn her
biefc, she worn white kid glove and
wltltn satin slippers. The brldegriom
was draped in black, cut alter tho lat
est stylo for such occasions. The brid -s-
mauls and groomsmen were beautifully
attired, as became the Decision. After
the services were brought to a clo-u by
the onienous announcement that Miss
Rosin A. LeViinwav and Sir. R. R.
n . ,, ;
''nes were man and wife, commenced
tlie congratulations led olf liv the luther
nnd inotlierof the bride with other rela
tives followed by their many friend .
Tlie party whs then Introduced Into the
dining hall where a bountiful collation
was provided aud an hour's pleasant
conversation periiuaut to tliu occasion,
uitd the Inner man well cared for, they
escorted to tlie baiouchu that was In
waiting fur them, andafttr euibirklng
with ninny a hearty good wish nnd a
shower of ladles slippers, fortheir future
happiness and piosperity, started off for
tne i ii ciock train on tlie Central u. u
, - v ... k , ., .
, tY't 1 ,B r'" U,U ?
that t about U o'o.ock al had lelt
but a few near Irleods and relatives
'r"m '-"!. jvho would remain for
"few days to visit the bride's paients.
We n. 0 ,,m ' 10 tlmt ," ,tl118 oc.c'1-
, " " , , , r . ,
large number of useful and valuable
presents amounting to several hundred
Hollars. Aud now, if ihe now made
couple aro as happy aim prosperous
in their future 'lives ns their many
friends wish them they will never have
cause for complaint of the dealings of
proviuence witn tlietti.
The pro'pect of an abundant harvest
through this section of the country was
never butter, nnd If the Irult comes up
to Its present indications there will bo
asupeiabumlance, and I think there
will oo nrraiigements made by which
LeMghlOit will be supplied with choice
miiu tun coming winter irom tuts sea
tlon of tile country. As distance pro
cluiles tho possibility of the Advocate's
being kindly remembered by way of
c.tKes, eve, ItlilnK lie will not bo. for
gotten lu the season ot fruits.
Tho following editorial from tho At
lantic county "Weekly Itevlew," Mr,
A.L. English, editor and proprietor,
published at Athntio City, will show
the progress that has been made at tills
celebrated watering-place since the
close of the season of 187ft:
Looking down upon tho roof-tops from
our otnce-wludnw to. day, our thoughts
revert to tho marvelous rise of cities in
the vast and varied domain of our na
tion, and rest wonderlogly upon the II
lustration of that growth In tho beautl
fill picture at our feet. Hard, broad
avenues, newly cleaned and graveled
for the summer's use, lend past tho front
of tho cottago homes and attractive
hotels out to the sen, to the Inlet, to the
buy, or through the green meadow miles
away to the mainland. Hundreds of
cottages nestle amid the foliage of lonz
rows of trees', ptivate boarding-houses
and hotels without number, and then
the border of green sward skirting the
city front, aim the ever restless, toys
terious sea beyond. Seven of these roof.
tops shelter In summer full congrega
tions of C7liflstinn worshipers,-and, an
other covers the half-dozen departments
ot our excellent puoiio ecliool.
who mat reads with us In a bird'
of twenty years ago, saying, "Absecon
Uracil, an Maud of excellent strand but
no civilization," Art has added to Its
native attractions, beautiful yards
auorn tlie cottuge I routs, ami tlie inula
wheels constantly spin past upon the
varied and excellent drives. To the
promenade of the sidewalk Is ad ie.l
that of of a broad board walk, several
miles In length, on the very edge of the
sea. ousting our ues about, we bee
hero new avenues opened, there an old
one extended aud newly graded, and
everywhere the fresh roof of tho houses
that so rapidly spring up. Counting the
Hew tops that rise in our view, the
number reaches one hundred aud eight,
boarding-houses aud cottages of dif
ferent sizes; but the larger number,
person illy visited by us, are of excel
li ut many uf them of elegant, construe
iun, mid all of these, be it remembered,
built within the pst seven months. This
is a lypu uf other years, and thus the
city lias grown until It has a commonly
concealed capacity for thirty thousand
guests Such rapid uud healthful
growth Is liiueio marvelous. Vet there
reasons why It should progtes, for
its charms are Inviting and peculiar to
iu'it- ,Fur PhUadelphlaiis, and visitors
Uu,u "eyelid, it Is nearer be 10 miles
llm" u"y ollu"r ru,i"rt' Kv,?,y Mr '
taken lu inako the ride hither ts safe,
comfortable, and speedy as toselble,
while the facilities of tho railroad com-
nilliiOniufl M tli. ilrmuliw, rrtmiiu ti. luW.
pany and the arrangement of time, tables
nro uniformly excellentandconvenlent.
Tlio best medical and sclentlllo tests
concur In rntlng Aliunde City highest
In general Influence upon the health.
The air Is remarkably drv. Here. too.
In ai'.itinn to tho glorious luxury ot
safe bathing In the open sea, Is found a
provision not met with anywhere elso
in tills country, namely, completei arrangement-
for hot and cold sea-water
balhs. This quiet bath In the house Is
most grateful to tho nervors Invalid to
whom the rude shock of the surf brings
alarm nnd danger. ,
Uut It is when wo look upon tin salt
waters that we discover, the secret of
yltlantlo City's success. Stretching
nwny Into space ono can perceive for
miles naught bun tho heaving, tossing,
sparkling watersof tho Atlantic, breath
ing upon the laud that health and vigor
wiil.'h draws to our shores so many of
our countrymen. It Is a grand scene,
the whole coiunined making n vislou
a'mo-t as beautiful to tliu sight as the
border of the hind of R.tulan appeared'
lo Christian when he nnd Ills friend
Hopeful eaitghtn gliinpsiof Its beauties
Irom the Delectable Heights. The sett
has olessud this spot, and its summer
breathings come to cool, to calm, and
Shocking .1 farraersettlngsheavea
together by the eais?
A circuit couit The longest way
home from singing-school.
llefore slates were used, people mul
tiplied on the lace ot tho earth;
"Prayed out of town" are the
wnrds painted on the doors of, Xenla,
A Western woman complains'that
since her husband Joined the Patrons of
Husbandry ho lias sown nothing but
Adam was tho first man who re
ceived a land grant. Ho was also the
first man who wasserved with a writ of
Tliu Indians around Omaha have a
fondness for putty; they chw great
quids of it probably to preveut their
'lights from falling out..
Adam hadoueconsolatlon when he
tell. Fifteen or twenty acquaintances
didn't stand on the opposite corner and
laugh at his mishap.
"Breakfast for ninety-nine," said
a waiter to a veidnnt clerk at a hotel
not lung aao. "Thunder!" said tho
clerk; "we can't do It." Tho waiter ex
plained that ninety-nine was tho num
ber of the room.
A young man at Kenosha bet two
dollars that he could take a certain
man's noso between his thumb and
finger. Althugh the said certain mari
was a church deacon, the young man's
doctor's bill was fourteen dollars.
A gentleman of Louisville has a
dog a pointer. The dog ran up the
steps ot a house and refused to come
down. His master followed and found
'A. Partridge' on tliu tloor plate. This
illustrates the force of Instinct.
So you don't care, about donkey
riding. Missy. And why?' 'Oh, I've
got a pony, and ono doseu'tcar- about
donkeys after that, you know.' 'Has a
pony got more legs than a donkey,
then?' Missy (who ilosen't like to bo
chaffed) 'Yes exactly twlco as.uiany
as some donkeys that I know of,'
A ten-year-old, boasting to his
schoolmate of his father's accomplish,
oieuts, put in thus; "My father, can
do almost anything. Uu'.s,,o;lnotary
public, and lie's a 'pothecary, and lie
can pull teeth, ana lie's a horse doctor,
uud he can mend wagons and things,
und ho can play the fiddle, aud he's a
jackass at all trades.
An arithmetical correspondent
doubts the calculations In Ilia papers
about the number of apples our first
parents devoured, lie, answers the con
undrum thus; "Eve 8, 1, Adam 8, 1,
2-20." Or It might be stated thus:
Eve ..,.8 1
Adam 8 1 3
8 0 3
"now Is it that you came home
from your party eo early last ulglit
Susan? Uldn't you enjoy, yoursellV
Susan Yes, nia'ani, buttheyouug man
as tuk me uln tu tupper Insulted me.
Mistress -I-sulted you, Su-an? Wny,
what did lis say? Susan Yes ma'am.
He asked if my programs was full, and
I'm sure I never 'Ad nothing but sand
wich and a glass of lemonade, eo I coma
While manipulating the windlass
of a well tliu other night, a party who
hud been laying in a stuck of whiskey
belure It was ull seized by tile polloe,
let tho handle slip wlieii.thn bucket was
half way up, and naturally enouirh re.
celved a chuck under the chin that
knocked him over a iiclghborluir fence.
.Sold aglu,' he mutteied as he climbed
to his feet, 'might anode hlo better
than to hie go foolln' rouu' so much
water. Bstcher boot I'll stick f whis
key alter this.'
-A conductor on the Chlcaco and
Alton road is reported as havlui: tumid.
den honeymoon 'billing aud coolug.
Ouservlug a bridegroom a arm out of
place hd forbade further demonstra
tion. 'But I have a right to hut; her.'
said John. 'Not on railroads,' said the
conductor; 'there Is a law against all
unjust discriiuinatlunson lailroads, and
as 1 haven't a woinau for each man on
the train to hug, your action is in viola
tlou of thj law, ail mail bo stoop!.