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H. V. MOIUill.MKR, EDITOR.
SATURDAY MORNING JUXY 18, 1874.
American flour Is selling at Havana
for 30 per barrel.
TUo Fourth of July number of tho
Irish World, which lms been sent us, is
a most Interesting ""'1 at tlstlcally exo
cuted double number of this leading
Irish-American periodical. It Is largely
devoted to nn Illustrated history of tho
American Revolution and tho promin
ent part taken in by the Irish element.
Another Dam Bursts.
By that strange fatality which sends
calamities In groups, here within two
mouths after tho Mill River disaster fol
lows tho bursting of two moro reservoirs
in Hie western Massachusetts hills and
tho devastation of another thriving
manufacturing valley, though fortunate
ly tho misfortune Is of less extent than
at Mill River, and unattended by its
tragic circumstances. Tho reservoirs
which burst on Sunday afternoon, July
YM, were situated on Mlddlefleld brook,
n lino mountain tributary to tho West.
Held river, and reaching It at tho Uoston
and .Albany Railway station of Jflddle
field Switch, threo and a halt miles
south of the reservoirs, Tho damage
donoby the loosing of their hundred
acres of waters was first to leavo the in
dustries of tho llttlo village of Blush
Hollow without water power, to utterly
demolish an old woollen factory and
grist mill, ruin a carriage felloe and
shaft factory, destroy barns and out
building?, wrench from their founda
tions and tear open dwellings, strip the
earth of rich gardens and orchards, to
the bare rocks, and leave the roads im
passably gullied, making, in fact, a
second Sklnnervllle In its desolation of
the bright little village. Rushing henco
down tho short valley and carrying
away six wooden bridges, a woollen
mill, and two houses in Its way, the flood
struck tho highway and river at Jfiddle
field Switch, and thore tore for itself a
wldo passage, throwing down tho heavy
masonry llko mere stubble, and scoop
ing a way tho road be J for a considerable
distance In tho torturous course of tlio
river between these points It demolished
a stone brldeo and somewhat crippled
two wooden bridges by undermining
their abutments, and at various points,
rising over tho railroad track, washed
out tho road bed. Reaching Chester,
tho waters carried away one wooden
brldgo in the centre of tho village, more
or less damaged the foundations, dams,
and stock of several manufacturing es
tablishments, and qulto ruined many
fields and gardens. iJelow this village
tho flood's chief damage, outsido of that'
to the railroad, was tho carrying away
of a bridge at Rolling Brook, and then
it gradually lost Its force and power of
mischief. The entire damage by tho
flood Is roughly estimated at $350,000,
and tho estimates Is a moderate one, not
including the persous thrown out of em
ployment, and the enforced Idleness of
Another ChiCagO Fire
Loss over $4,000,000
Chicago, July 14. A great conflagra
tlon is raging In tho heart of the city,
The fire started about 4:80 P. M. in
some Small frame houses near Fourth
avenue and Polk street. It was at first
Mown southward by a stiff breeze, but
the wind soon shifted, and by sunset it
lilew a galo iVoin the south, bending the
uro towara mo central part of the c tv.
At 0:30 the flames had made almost a
clean sweep up the corner of Third
nvenuo and Polk street, burning up the
norncs or inousanus or people. At the
obovo corner tho Flro Department com
menced tho processor blowing tin build
I ngs with gunpowder, but the buildings
cxpeiimeuted with wcro small wooden
affairs, and would only have tho effect
of making quicker blaze of them. The.
wind Is blowing very fresh from south
Tho flro is now on the verge of the
fire lino of the great conflagration at
Harrison street. Tho west side of Wa
bash avenue is in full blaze, and many
costly mansions are threatened. The
lire is In tho rear of the First Baptist
Church, and should that structure go
down tho fire will havea clean sweep to
the northward and eastward, and thn
Exposition Bulldlngwlllinall likelihood
be tho final prey of the fire, as thot Is
lniuicaiaiejy on me lake shore
10 P, M. As exnected in a nrAvlnns
despatch, tho flro swept Into and over
me eiegant first uaptlst Church, on
Wabash avenue, and what was this
evening before sundown one of the most
elegant and costlvchurch edlfWa nt tlm
city is now but a smouldering heap of
as ii was very eviaenirrora the course
ot mo tiro and strength of tho wind
about 0:30 P. M. that the Post Office
MMiiuum mm in nn pruuaouuy doomed,
uuu. juoiriuur, mo rostmaster, made
arrangement atoncotoremovetho malls
to a placo of safety, and all the needed
learns were nioncu pressed Into the aer
vico by mm, ond by 8 o'clock the last
loaded wagon left the nlaco. At ten
minutes past 8 o'clock the building
caught flro, and by halt past eight it
was a mass of flames.
1 n OA 11 r .Ml .. . .....
Is now on Stato street aud Wabash ave -
iue, bctwwu Van iuren and Harrison
iu. inu ngnt Willi me uro
streets. Tho flames seem to be slowly
giving way to tho persistant efforts of
the firemen, and it is hoped will bo stay
ed before long. The St. James Hotel
is tho last building that has commenced
to burn, but as tho Fire Department can
concentrate their efforts on that parti
cular locality indicated above the spread
of tho fire will be more readily checked.
11 r. m. Contrary to tho hopeful
expectations expressed at 8:30 o'clock,
the fire from that tlroo has gained upon
the Firo Department, and In splto of all
efforts by our whole Flro Department
tho flro nt 10:30 o'clock had progressed
northward and taken In tho block on the
east side of State street, which consisted
of low wooden buildings, nnd on Wabash
avenue north from Harrison street one
block and a half, taking in both sides
of the street aud working over along
Michigan avenue toward tho Exposition
Chicago, July 15. Tho area burned
over covers 15 squares, taking bits and
half blocks heio and there, and lumping
the whole, the area Is about a half mile
long and a llttlo less- In width, and em
braces tumble down shantees and pala
tial avenuo residences. Total loss $4,
025,000 Tho business buildings burned
on the cast side of State-st. number 89;
on the west side 00; on tho east side of
Wabash-av., 20; on the west side, 34;
on Jlchlgan-av., 12; on tho east side of
Olark-st,, 14; on tho north side of Polk
st., six; on tho south side, four; on tho
north side of Harrlson-st., 12; on the
south side, 10; on the south side
Twelfth-st., 13; on the north side, 22.
Cincinnati, O., July 15. Chicago
operators say another fire lias broken
out on the west side. This is In the
now District, separate from tho firo of
last night. Tho wind Is higher.
Later. A firo commonced at tho
cornor of Mllwaukee-av. and Erte-st.,
west side, 18 houses, principally wood
en structures, are destroyed and the flro
Is still burning.
The fire originated in Dugan'ssmoko
house, In the rear of his packing estab
lishment. Nearly an entiro block was
burned, but the buildings vere mostly
of an inferior sort. One plaining mill
was destroyed with somo valuable ma
chinery and patterns. Tho loss is esti
mated at $00,000.
During the progress of this fire two
attempts at Incendiarism In the samo
neighborhood were discovered and frus
trated. Inonecaso kerosene was used.
Another alarm was sounded from the
corner of Wabash avenue and Madison
st. about 0 r. ii., but tho fire thero was
PniLAEELrniA, July 11, 1874.
Wo are having an unusually hot spell,
and with the thermometer standing
among the nineties, you can easily im
agine that our city Is not a very inviting
place to visit, but notwithstanding tlio
heat, hotels are pretty well filled, and
our retail stores are wellpationlzed. Our
people seem very much In favor of
and tho steamships of the American
Steamship Company aro sailing wltn
full complement of passengers. This
exodus is in a great measure caused, by
the exorbitant prices askeu at our
watering places, and the poor accom
modations afforded guests. Persons In
search of health or pleasure, find it less
expensive to take a trip to Europe than
to spend, several months at any ol our
fashionable Sumn.er resorts, and our
steamships are consequently well pat
ronized, Tho Illinois, which sailed on
Thursday last, carried with her 287
passengersandalargecargo. Tho Ame
rican Steamship Company have six
steamships on their lino, which uro fully
equal, In comfort and strength, to any
vessels that ply between this country
aud Europe. New York has not a single
steamer leavlug her port lor JSuropo
which sails under tho American flag,
nti.l to. tnncpnuniitl v lint-frlAnrllv rilannQ.
ed to our new enterprise which has had
1 IIIBUIUU JTUU U1U BUUfa, 11UU1
" Urs capltall8ta whlch Bro back 01
Wo have had a number of strikes hero
during tho last few months which liavo
generally resulted disastrously to me
strikers, and It was thought wo would
not havo any more for some time, but
on Thursday. The Journeymen gold
beaters struct against a proposed reduc
tion of their wages, and at a meeting
held by them, adopted resolutions pledg
Ing themselves to remain firm In their
purpose. They stated that they were
only earning living wages at. their trade.
which is very laborious, mat tnero aro
no good grounds for tho decrease In
wages at the present time, and that In
asmuch as the proposition of tlio em
ployers provides lor a very nigh stand
ard of workmanship at the reduced
rates, the latter aro equivalent to a much
greater reduction tiian appears on the
laco ol tne proposition. This move
ment, which necessitates the idleness of
the gold leaf cutters and others inclden
tlally employed in the manufacture of
gold leaf, thro w3 several hundred of per
sons out employment.
As tuo places of tho strikers cannot
be easily filled, it seems, If some com
promlso cannot be effected, that this
branch of industry will bo at a stand
Tho season of tho year has arrived
for drowned bodies to bo found in our
rivers, and tho Coroner Is kept busy
The small boy, who slips away from
Ills n&rents. crocs intintlitne. nurl nwlirw
far from land, and is drowned, is as
numerous this season as over, and the
youui who starts on wltli a sail boat,
which he does not know how to man
ago, and meets a watery grave, has put
m an appearance, many accidents are
caused attne lerriesuypersons attempt-
Ing to Jump from the boat to the
wharves, and excursion parties on the
- rivers Ircquentlyiose some of their nuni
"tn, who liavo Indulged too freoly of
the "ardent," and seat themselves on
tho railing of the boat and aro thrown
overboard by a 6udden lurch of the ves-
sel. A young man died recently from
, . -
I euuauiujiuuu uv our
coEimv hill rnisoK,
who bad been committed thero several
years ago for an attempt at burglary In
the interior of our State. He was a re
markably Intelligent young man, but
nothing was known of his former his
tory until after his deccaso. Some days
before he died, feeling that Ills end was
near, he asked for an interview with
one of the officers of tho institution, and
requested him to write to his sister In
Virginia, and Inform tier of his condi
tion and of his desire to see her. Ills
request was compiled with, and tho
young man waited anxiously for a reply,
but uono came, and the prisoner died
and was burled In our potter's field.
A fow days alter his decease a letter
was received by tho officer, from tho
slater, who stited that she had only received-the
letter by accident, as she had
married and removed several years ago
from the placo where the letter was di
rected, and the letter being directed to
her in her maiden name, sho had acci
dentally heard of Its bolng advertised
and secured it. She stated that her
brother during the war was lieutenant
colonel In tho Fiftli Virginia Cavarly,
and that his family had supposed he had
been killed In battle. She also stated
that her husband was dead, and that her
father had died recently, and left her a
large estate, which she would, willingly
divide with herbrotherlf he would come
and Bee her. The young lady was In
formed In a gontlo manner of her bro
ther's death, and lias taken steps to have
his remains removed to tho cemetery In
Virginia, where thoso of his father and
mother have found a final resting place.
Yours truly, Modoc.
Friday Evening, July 10th.
Tho money-market continues very
quiet at about former rates.
Call loans rule at 4 'to G per cent.
First-class mercantile paper ranges at
from 5 to 0 per cent, per annum.
Tho bankruptcy proceedings against
the Union Pacific Railroad Company
have been withdrawn.
The Flour market has been modor
ately active during the past week, and
prices are rather Utmer. fcuperuuo,
$4 00 to 5 00 ; extras, $5 to 0 ; Spring
Wheat, extra family, $C 75 to 8 00, and
hither grades at 8 BTA to 10 00.
Wheat continues dull and prices are
unsettled. Common and choice red at
91 25 to 1 40; amber at $1 40 to 1 47;
No. 1 spring at $1 30, No. 2 spring at
ti 25, and whito spring at $1 41).
Corn is lower. Sales 110,000 bushels
southern and Pennsylvania yellow at
78 to 70c, and western mixed at tho
Oats are steady. Sales 80,000 bushels
wnito at us to UTc, and black and mixed
at 03 and 05c.
Rye may be quoted at SI 00.
Lard. Tho tone of the market is firm.
sales of western steam and ket
tle rendered at 1VA to V2Xc.
Eggs aro higher. Penna. 25 to 2Cc,
western 24 to 25c. per doz.
Hay, Prime timothy 115 to 125, mix
ed aud now $1 00 to 1 10; Straw 00c to
IK OTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
1 he Dupllcato for the BOROUGH
TAX for 1874, having been placed In
my bauds for Collection, tho Taxpayers
of tho Borough of Lehlghton nro hereby
notiued that said Tax must bo raid
Within 30 Days
from this date, or payment thereof will
be enforced according to law.
JOS. S. WEBB, Collector.
July 18, 1874.-W3
One Jalo ond One Female Teach
er wanted by tho Packerton School
Board; tho former to teach at Packer
ton and the latter at Jamestown. Ex
amination day August 1st, at 0 A. M.,
in the Jamestown School House. Long
Term and uood baiary.
C. W. HAMMANN, Secretary,
Packerton, July 18, 1874.
"Ufotisc and Lot Tor Sale,
- Situate on Bank street, In the
iorough of Lehlghton, and numbered
ai on the plan or plot ot said uorougu
Tlio Lot Is .111 x lbl) feet ; tlio House
Is three stories with basement, 2-story
Kitchen and necessary outbuilding, a
never-falling well of water, &c. It is
nicely located for almost any kind of
busluess, being situate on tho principal
business thoroughfare. For price and
further particulars apply at tills umco
or on the premises to
S. A. or ntJoCMLLA I1KKKS.
July 18, 1874-tf
"dissolution of Partnership
Notice is hereby given, thot the
co-partnership neretoiore existing be
tween James Fatzlnger and Uriah Fat
zlnger, doing business under the firm
namo of J. Fatzlnger & Son, was dls
solved, by mutual consent, this 15th
day ft July, 1874. The business in
Lehlghton will hereafter be carried on
by n. E. Fatzlnger, and In Welssport,
by urlali f atzlnger. rarties indetitea
to the late firm ot J. Fatzlnger & Son
are requested to call at either store aud
settle at once, and tnoso Having claims
to present mem lor settlement.
Lehlghton, July 18, 1874-w3
-LV Notice Is hereby given, that the
co-parinersnip neretoiore existing Be
tween U.K. Uausman and F.S. Kuhns,
doing business in tho Borough of Le-
amnion unaer mo urm name or iiaus
man & Kuhns, is this day (July 14th)
dissolved by mutual consent. The
business will bo continued bv Frc. S
Kuhns, to whom all persons Indebted
to the late firm will make payment and
thoso having claims will present them
B. K. UAUSMAN,
F. S. KUHNS.
The undersigned lotpectfullv Informs
his friends and the publio that he is
prepared to fill all ordors for Bread
Cakes, bteam-made Ice Cream, c.
short notice and at low rates. lie res
pectfully asks a continuance of public
patronage. tr, e. kuuns.
July 18, 1874-W3
Exhibition and Lecture,
On Monday Evo., July 20th,
Commencing at 8 o'clock, by
C. P. STAYTON,
Of Dickinson Collego, Wllllorasport.
The Exhibition will consist of a selec
tion of Astronomical Scenes, showing
tho Wonders of the Heavens, and a
variety ot Biblical views illustrating
tho Formation of Man, &c, &o.
Admission Hoc; Children lac.
Will bo sold, at public sale, on tho
premises, late of ELIAS SUtVE, in
Beaver Run, Mahoning township. Car
bon Co., Pa., dee'd, on SATURDAY,
JULY 25th, 1874, nt Ono o'clock r. m.,
tlio following personal property, to wit:
5 heifeis, 2 bulls, 1 "cow, 1 ox, 4 hogs,
1 platform scale, 2 two horse wagons,
one-horse wagon, 1 carriage, 1 sleigh,
log sled, 1 threshing machine, 2 cut
ting boxes, 1 fanning mill, a quantity
of ptno and hemlock lumber and a vari
ety ot other articles too numerous to
mention. Terms will do made known
at tlmo and placo ot sale, by
July 18-21 Administrators.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Thn undersigned hereby forbids all
persons meddling with the following
articles purchased by the said under
signed at the Sheriff's sale ot property
of S. II. Dunlap, and leased by him to
Charles Dunlap, of Parry vllte, Carbon
county, Pa., to wit : 1 sorrel mare, 1
bay borse, 2 butcher wagons, sausage
cutler, butcher tools, and other articles.
AH persons aro hereby forbid med
dling with the Household Furniture and
Cow now in possession of Cellnda
Dunlap, of Parryville, leased by the
undersigned to her.
July 18, 1874-w3
New Goods and
New Prices ! !
announces to his friends and tho citi
zens of Lehlghton and vicinity in gene
ral, that l'O IlllS Leased tho Stoic form
erly occupied by H. A. Beltz, on
Bank St Lehighton,
and furnished It with a very large and
elegant stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Queonsware, &c, &c,
of tlio very Best Quality, which ho Is
now prepared to olfer at
Unprecedently Low Prices !
tST- A liberal share of the public
patronage Is respectfully solicited, and
entire satisfaction Is guarrantecd.
July 18 F. P. LENTZ.
Of Receipts and Expenditures ot the
Town Council of the
Borough of Lehighton
For thn year ending June 30, 1874.
E. H. SNYDER, Treasurer.
To amount received from
former Treasurer t 03 02
.Locasti received from Tlios.
Eemerer. Collector 027 04
uo casii received from wm,
Kcmerer for crass on So.
licenses and permits. ... 24 50
To cash received from Wm.
Keraerer, money borro'd BOO CO
Circus Licenses 20 00
To cash received from Wm.
Eemerer for surveys and
Ones 0 CO
To cash received from Thos.
Kemerer, Collector 1601 73
Total receipts (2703 08
Balance In bands of Treasurer 7 50
By Orders paid for grading,
renalrs. Interest, mate
rials, &c $2780 48
Bal. in bands ot Treasurer. . 7 50
We, the undersigned Auditors of the
Borough of Lehlghton, Carbon county.
having carefully examined the above
accounts ot tho Treasurer, find them
correct as stated,
It. J. YOUNGKIN, Auditors.
WM. SEABOLDT, )
July 18, 1871-W3
IIOIUAS A. WILLIAMS.
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Newly opposite the Vost-ofilce
BANK STREET, lehighton,- Pa.
HaTlng commenced liuilnes". ai abore, I mold
respectfully announce to the citizens of Lehlghton
and vicinity that I am prepnred to do all work In
my line In the neatest and most substantial man
ner, at prices fully as low as the same work can
be otalued In Philadelphia. A splendid assort,
men t of CHILUIlEN'S'and MISSES' WJIAKof
tho liest make always on hand. A trial is eolicltc4
and satlfactlon guaranteed.
9- The trade supplied with all kinds of
at lowest prices. July 4, 1874.
OEM Til AI, 11. K. OP N. J.
LIUIIOII 4 SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION.
Time Tablo of Juno 20, 1874.
rains leave Lehlghton as follows:
For JJew York, Philadelphia, Easton, 1c, a, 7.37,
11.07 a.m., 2.27, 4 47 p.m.
For Mauch Chunk at 10.15 a. m 1.14, 5.38, and
For Wilkes Bsrre and Scranton atl0.15 a. m., 1.14,
fl.38 p. in.
Returning lavo New York, from station Cen
tral llallroad of New Jersey, foot of Liberty
street, North Itlver, at 0.15, 0.00 a. m., 12.4U,
4.0u p. m.
Leavo l'hlladi-lphla, from Depot North Fenn'a
It. 11., at 7 .00, V 45 a. In., 2.10, 5 15 p. m.
Leave Kastou at 8.30, 10.05, 11.4s a. ni., 3&S and
7.15 p m.
Leave Mauch Chunk at 7.30, 11.00 a. m, 2.5U and
4.40 p. m.
Fo: further particulars, see Time Tables at the
U. P. BALDWIN, Gen. ranmgtr Agent.
July 4, 1874.
Carriages, Sleighs, Hugg.cs,
and every description of
Noarly opposite Eagle Hotel, Bank Street,
REPAIItlNfJ PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
At reasonable charges.
APatronage very respectfully solicited, and
Feb. 7, 1874, A. BUCKM AN.
E. H. SNYDER
EiEIIIGIITOlV, I' EN IV' A.,
Dry Goods, Notions,
Glassware, Hardware, &o.
May 01, 187U.
rjgi U. CLAUSS,
And Dealer In
Gcnt'g Furnishing Goods,
Constantly on hand a splendid stock of
Consisting of Naln and Fancy Cloths
Cassimeres and Vestlnes.for Men's and
Boys' Wear, wliioh I am prepared to
Mako 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, Glove Kid. Lastlne.
Kid, l'ebble and Grain Leather Boots
and Shoes on hand, or
Made to Order.
Mats t&C sips,
Of tho Latest Styles always oj hand, at
inu ixiwesi i'rice.
Also, Acent for tho
American & G rover & Baiter
Only One Price for Everybody.
January 11, 1873-yl
JpiLOUK A.l FEED.
The undersigned is nowselllnc to tho
citizens of Welssport and vicinity, the
Family Flour $4.25
2nd Grade- - 3.50
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Try it 1
HAULING of everv descriDtlon
at Reasonable Rates. Baggage taken
to and from the Railroad Depots at tho
W. P. KLOTZ,
Near the Canal i?ridgo, EAST WEISS
PORT, Pa. apr ll-m3
TTUST look at hor Halrl Why I
thought it was turning Grey? So
it was, until she got a Bottle ot that now
Hair Restorer at Durling's Drug Store.
HtTOTHERS, Look at that Child, It
JjM. i,a8 Worms. Go or send at once
to DURLING'S Drug Store, and get a
bottle of his WORM SYRUP, so plea
sant and yet so sure. may 0
miTY HIM? NO I That Electric
Liniment, like I Rot at Durling's
Drug Store, will cure him or any other
man ot RHEUMATISM and all other
Pains. may 0
pjll. N. 11. IUfiUEK,
PRACTICING PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office, max Street, next door abot. the t'ottofflce,
Lehlghton, Pa. Offle. Hours Farrjvlllo each da,
roiu 10 to 12 o'clock remainder of day at ofllre In
FIFTn AND LAST GIFT CONCERT
IN AID OF THE
Pnb. Library of Ky.
JITIsY 31st, 18T4.
LIST OF GIFTS.
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT . .
ONE GRAND CASII GIFT
O.NK OHAND CASII GIFT .
ONE GllAND CASII GIFT
ONE GRAND CASH OlFT . .
6 CASII GIFTS, (20,000 EACH,
10 CASII GIFTS, 14,000 EACH,
16 CASH GIFTS, 10,000 EACH,
20 CASII GIFTS, 6,000 EACH,
29 CASH GIFTS, 4,000 EACH,
30 CASII GIFTS, 3,000 EACH,
60 CASII GIFTS, 2 000 EACH,
100 CASH GIFT.-, 1,000 EACH,
240 CASII GIFTS, 600 EACH,
600 CASII GIFTS, 100 EACH,
10000 CASH GIFTS, 60 EACH,
arendtoU120,O00Glfts,alleash . .(2,200,000
I'rice of Tickets.
Whole Tlcktts $ 60 00
Ilslres 25 00
Tenths, or each Coupon .... 6 00
II Whole Tickets for .... 600 00
22H Tickets (or 1000 00
For Tickets or lnformstlon, address
TUO. E. DRAMI.ETTE,
Publio Library Building, Loulsrllle, Kt- or
THOS. II. II AYS & CO., Eastern Agents,
COO llroailtray, New York. une27
Respectfully announces to tho citizens
of Lehlghton and vicinity, that ho has
Hew Photograph Gallery,
on BANKWAY, (near tho Lehigh Val-
ley Railroad Depot), Lehlghton,
and that he is now prepared to give our
citizens Life-Like Pictures at the most
Particular uttentlon paid to taking
Children's Likenesses. A Trial Is
solicited. Juno 18.
npiio undersigned respect-
-- fully announces that ho Is better
prepared than ever to Buy and Sell
Cnir and Sheep Skins,
at his Old Stand, nearly opposite the
post office, Bank Street, Lehighton.
t3f The highest cash prices paid tor
Hides and Skins.
nov. 23. C. E. GREEN.4WALD.
TUr IT I TRY IT I Tho India.
- Rubber Plasters for a Weak Back
PURLING has them may 0
122S. 9th St.,Allentown, Pa.
Will furnish Plans, Specifications and Estimates
Rising eiact cost or publio and prlrate buildings,
from the plainest to the most elaborate: also.
Drawings for Stairs, Hand-Ralls, te. Jel3
WONDERFUL, BUT TRUE I
Whpnurnr T not n TtnXln nininnm
Of Youth nr Mnrrnnlln Unlin T)noa Tint
a Box of Lilly White, or anything in
uiu jiuo 10 Deaumy mo complexion, at
Durling's Drug Storo, it seems to bo
nicer and better than I can get any
where else. mav 0
Livery & Sale Stables,
FAST TROTTING HORSES,
And positively LOWER PRICES thn
any other Livery in the County.
tST Large and handsoroo Carriages
for Funeral purposes and Weddings.
Not. 22. 1873. DAVID E1IDEUT.
HY, On, WnY will you suffer
with that Couch or Cold? when
relief may tw had Immediately by using
DURLING'S Compound Syrup ot Tar
Wild Cherry and Uorehound,
, m to 5s
i a y h p
S .2 6 M I
-8 g w g,