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B. V. MouTiHMn, Proprietor. INDEPENDENT" Live .aild Let Live." $1,00 a Year if Paid in Advance.
VOIi. II.,.Vo 45 ' ' LEHIGnTON, CARBON COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1874. ' SINGLE COPIES, TIIREE CENTS
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V.8clnrarti,llanlt strut, daltr in all Kinds of
Furniture, Coffnt nait to order.
Clinton Eretney, in Leran'i building. nrk street.
jr M. HAPSIIISU,
ATTORNEY. AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
ItealEstatoan Uollectlon Agency. Will Bujand
Sell lUal Estate. Conveyancing neatly done. Col
lectlona promptly made; Settling Estate! lof lie
tedent, a specialty. May lwj consulted In English
JMO. D. IIIIRTOI4ETTB1
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
'Olfm First National Bank Building, 2nd Floor
riay ta consulted In German, apr Is, 1874
M-pATTORNEVfAND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
AOfEce. aim. PoTon's Jewelry tore, Broadway.
pip. C. UIBtMlCIC,
DISTRICT ATTORNEY, ATTORNEY -.AT LAW.
OHee, on llaoanwar, flrnt door below American
Hotel, MaucllCliunk, I'enn'a. Collectlona prompt
ymade. Not. 23.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
, llAZLjsTON, PA.
Oct 18, 1873.
j n. piMMioic,
', AUCTIONEER, ,
Bait WeifapoVt.jPa. -
N B. Sales of 'eTerV tfescrlpUon attended to at
reasonable charges. The patronage of the public
I, respectfully solicited. Jan. 21,
TU. . II. RHBEU,
PRACTICINQ PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON,
Office, Bank Street, next door above the 1'ostoffl.v,
lehlghtoni Pa.- Office "oura-Parry vllle each day
rom 10 to 12 o'clock i remainder of day at office In
Lehlghtov. Moral. 72
' ' ' w: KidTZ, rnoP'it(
Mnmmll IIII1, .Carbon Co., P.
LT.ro" ."ozonation.. Excellen , res
taurant underneath. Oood stabling attached
Terms moderata. i ,
122 S. 9th St., Allentbwn, Pa.
"Will fuYntsh Plans, SperlOeallons and Estimates
riving exact cost of public and private buildings,
from the plainest to the most elaborate; also,
Tir.lnir for Stairs. Iland-IUIls, to. Je
fgiUOMAS A. WBIIsIAMS.
LADIES' AND QENTLEMEN'S
Boot and Shoe Maker,
.Nearly opposite' tba rost-offlce.
3JANK BTEEET, lehighton, Ta. t
- - - - .W. T
llsving commenceu uiwtue. . .
respectfully announce to the cltjtons ofUhlshtou
raid vicinity that I nrn prepnredlto do-all work In
inv line In the neatest and most substantial man
ner, at prlceafdll'a. low as the aanie work ca
be otalned In- Philadelphia. A splendid assort
ment of cniLDBEN-S and MISSES' WEAK of
t be best make always on hand. A trial la solicited
jihd aallfactlon guaranteed,
at lowest prices. July 4, J8, 4.
. nnllOSlAS KEMEREU,
M. ' CONVEYANCER,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT
The follow'ing Companies are Kepresented ; 1
Lebanon Mutual Firo,
Hcaaing Mutual Firo,
' Pottsvlllo Fire,
Lelilgii l'lro, ana uio
Travelers' Accident Insurance,
Also Pennsylvania and Mutual Horso
Thief Detective and Insurance Com
pany. March 21), 1873.
TTOS. M. rhlTZIXGEU,
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Opposite T. D. Clauss' Store,
BNK: STREET, LEHIGHTON, Pa.,
respectfully Informs his friends and the
public, that lie has just received a now
and excclfent assortment of Men's Wo
men's and Children's Ready-Made
Boots, Shoes & Gaiters,
"Which ho will Sell at the Lowest Prices.
CSTJJoots and Shoen made to order,
'luid Repairing' neatly'and substantially
douo at sliort, notice. ap 25-yl
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TIio undersigned respect
. fully announces that he is better
prepared than ever to Buy and Sell
. - Cair and, Sheep Stilus,
at Ills Old Stand, nearly opposite the
post office, Bank Street, Lehighton.
t3f The, highest cash' prices paid for
illldes and Skins.
ov. S3. C. E. GllEENJWALn.
, TMTONpERFUL, BUT TRUE I
Whenever I get a Bottle of Bloom
of Youth or Magnolia Balm, Rose Tint,
.Box of Lilly White, or anything In
that' lino to beautify the complexion, at
JJurllng's Drug Store, It seems to be
nicer and better tlian I can get nny
.OLtVKR CRILLEY, dealer In To
liaeco, fJigars, Pipes, &c, next door to
Rex's Grocery Store, Susquehanna St.,
Maucb. Chunk, respectfully" asks the
people of Lehlghtob and vicinity, when
.visiting that place, to call in and try his
the wry bet In the market. Every
articles hi his Hue warranted as repie
eented and at lowest prices. (marSS
JOnTH PKNN A. RAILROAD .
rasrenicersforPhlladtlnblawiU leate Lehighton
as foil' ws :
S.OO a. m. via L. V. arrlre at Fhlla. at t.f0 a. m.
7.37 a. m. via L. A 8. " " 11.10a.m.
7.19-x. tn.vla L..V, " 11.10a.m.
11.07 p.m. via L. AS. " " 2.18 p.m..
11.02 n.m. via L.V. " 2.15 p.m.
2.27 p. m. via I.. A B. " " 635 p. m.
4.44 p.m. i la L. V. " " H.20 p. m.
7.18 p m. tla L.V. " 1080 p.m.
Jlelun.ltig. leaTO flepoi ai uerss ana Aiuenran
Street. Phtla.. at 7 00. 830 and 9.4$ a. m.s 210
U.30 and 5.1fi p. m.
tareirum i.enigntonto rniiaaeipoia, t.oa.
Feb. 1, 1874. MILLS CLARK, Agent
OENTRJL R. n. OP N. J.
LKIIH3U A SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION.
Time Table of Juno 20, 1874.
Trttn. 1..Tn Lehlirhton aa follcws!
For Xew York, Philadelphia, Easton, Ac a, 717,
ll U7 B.n.,,ii p.m.
ForMauch Chnnk at 10.15 a. m., 114, 6J8, and,
0 03 n. m.
For Wilkes barre and Scrauton at 10.15 a.m., 1.14,
6.38 p. m.
Heturning eave New York, from station Cen
tral Railroad of New Jersey, fnoi of Liberty
street, North Hirer, atM5, 0.00 a. ra, 12.4.1,
4 00 p. m. .
Loaro Phlladf-lphla, from Depot North Penn'a
IL II., at 7.00, 0 45 a. ra., 2.10, 5 15 p. m.
Leave Kaston at 8 30, 10.05, 11.48 a. nr., 3M and
7.15 p a.
Leave Maucb Chunk at 7.30, 11.0(1 a.m., 2 20 and
4.40 p. ni. ,
Foi further particulars, see Time Titblea at the
II. P. BALDWIN, Gen. ratienger Agent.
July 4, 1 b74.
PHILADELPHIA A ERIE RR. DIVISION.
Bummer Time TaMe.
On and after SUN HAY, JUNE 28th, 1874, the
tralus on the 1'hllada. A Erie RIt. Division i. Ill
run as follows :
Fist Lixb leaves Philadelphia
" " Harrlsburg
" " Bnnbury
" " Wllllamsport
" arr. at Lock Haven
Erie Mau eaves Philadelphia
" ' llarrlburg
" M Sunbury
11 " lck Haven
" ' lleuova
arr. at Erie
L'lmiea Mail leaves Philadelphia
" ' Harrlsburg
" Sunbury ,
' arr. at Lock Ha-eti
11 65 p.m.
4.20 p m.
G 2'J p.ni.
Niaqara IIXPRISS leaves Philadelphia
" " " Sunburr
" " " Ullllamsriort
" " " Lock Haven
" " " llenOva
" " arr. at Kan
PnilA. Express leaves Lock Havcu
" " Wllllamsport
" arr. at Harrlsburir
" " " Philadelphia
Erie Mail leaves Erie
" " Kenova
" " Lock Haven
" " Wllllamsport
" " Sui,bury
11 arr. at Harrlsburg
" " I'hlladelphla
Elmira Mail leaves Lock Haven
" ' Sunbury
" arr. at Harrlsburg
0 20 a.m.
9 20 p.m.
12 40 a.m.
2 40 a.m.
G 40 a.m
4 05 p.m.
6 25 p m.
XltdAEA Express leaves Kane
' " Ilenovo
u " Lhck'Haven
u " " Wllllamsport
" " " Suubnry
" - arr at Harrlsburu
" - " Philadelnhla
Mail East connects east and west at Erie with L
S A M S It W and at lrvluetou with Oil C'reekand
Atlcibeny K 11 IV.
Mall West with east and wesi trains nn L 3 A M
S It W. and at Curry and lrvineton with OllCreek
and Allegheuy It 11 W. .
Elmlra Mall and Buffalo Rxpre'a make close
connections nt Wllllamsport with N O It W trains
uorlh, aud at Harrlsburg with NOR W train,
south. VII- A. BALDWIN, Qen'l 8upt.,
1AAA REwAHD for an Incurable
llllcase of Catarrh. Mler liaTlog
RQUlTered. dl lined, partrlfld. hnwti.
ed, Fplt and gaed ti jour tiitlra aaltf.t4Ct.oa la
jour uneieM eiiataTori to p rviivi rrom catarrh,
me ltria' Alleviator according to dlrcctloui. The
filthy mass of n.U't.us will Uj Immediately expcjl
ed, and the IntUmed iurt'ace noothed. the ey
parkleWlth dtlirbt. the head lWa natural nvntnt
hnje revivea, for a cure Is aure to follow the ue of
inn ag refta Die, scieotiho aud reliable remedy.
CaAlVafvlia MUOII has been said
Vjtllltoilla tnd written, and many re
S"1 medles have been oifered for
the relief and cure of throat and lung dtaeaaea; hut
nothing baa beea eo eminently successful, or ub
talued such a wide celebrity, aa Urlgs1 Throat
aud Lung Iltaler.
iflM.lcif T1IE excruciating pain
Villi IIM produced by corn, the u ureas
, 7 'iug twinging from Uunlous, the
piercing, dlitrnnstog pain from lnirrowlng NalU,
caunot t described. ThouuudssutTer, not know,
tug there la a cure. Urlgga' corn and lluulou
Remedies are no acid rr potash compounds, but
are reliable, soothing, and eOectual, ami justly
merit the success they hive erned from au ap
preclatlre public. Ihe Curatfre la a healing olut
ment; Immediate relief Is obtaloed by Its applica
tion, and it will posltlTely euro the worst cased of
festered corn( Inflamed aud ulcerated bunions,
the sorest Instep, the largest and seTerest tHstera,
the most exteusho callosities on the soles or hels
of the feet; uo equal led tn the cure of chlldbi ns
or frosted feet The A I It viator for ordinary corns
aud preventing their tcrmatloa Is aUolutely ua
iualed by anythlngeer known. Ask frrUrlggs'
Itemedles. Take no other
IS I 0 T IT'S ALL VERY WELL,
I I II IS 2 troubled to think it isnoth-
the unfvrtunaU tujferer get vtry ItilU tyxnjHxlhy,
ThtagonyoTvphttitnotor cannot U much wor$t
than Iht torture endured by tniUumtwho art trouUed
wUh internal tttredtng, ezttrnut and xtcJung piUt,
Glad Tulingtfor $ujtrertr, lirigg$'$ IM4 Jitntdiet
are mild, tafeandture
f1AMnt, I ARETIIEMOiiTPLEN.
V jllllIN . 'C"' "'" iferam in DumarkrU
AVery one Auj 'a nnty , rom
Pit thru year ctd chitd to tin prandtire verging on
a hundred; ttyluh,handtomeyoung ladiet uthodatly
promenade fathionalU raortl;middltajed tnatrvnti
old piaidt, aretted up toavptar young and ga;dan.
diet, with their patentUaVurt, and IuventiabUvaU..
ing etick; tho urgymant merchant, clerk, artitan
and mecttantc, 0 all aget and ttationit hace-a J'ulf
euply of corns, tuniotit. bud nailt, and otier bother
atwntoj the Jed, aU otohich are banished and cured
by Uu use of Jlriggs'i Cbrn and bunion UenUdieu
Alleviator and Vuratire, Sold by
A.J. DURLING, Druggist,
May 0. 1874 ly.
nnUE People of Lehlghtm and vcla
Ity all unite In testifying that at A.
J. DURLlNG'SDrug and Family Med
icine Storo, Puns, Fmesii and Unadul
terated Medicines can always be
found. may 0
HjgUY IT I TRY ITI-The India
Rublx-r Plaoten for a Weak Hack
DRUL1NG has them may 0
rjp D. CliAUSS,
And Dealer In
Gent's Ftirnlfriilnpr Gootls,
Constantly on hand a splendid stock of
Consisting of Plain and-Fancy Cloths.
Casslmeres and Vestings,for Men's and
Boys' Wear, which I am prepated to
Make uti to Order In the most Fashion.
able Styles, it short notice.
Ladles', Misses ond Children's
A well selected stock of French and
Turkey Morocco, Glove Kid, Lasting,
Kid, Pebble and Grain Leather Boots
and Shoes on hand, or
Jtlnde to Order.
Of tho Latest Styles always oj hand, at
the Lowest l'rice.
Also, Agent for tho
American & (.rover-& Baker
Only One Price for Everybody.
Thft linilpralrrnpil vrnnlil Tosnorlfiillv
Inform lltlllriprs.r-nntrnr.tfirsnnrl thn null.
lie In general, that they have opened a
In connection with their
Near tho L. S. Ilepot,
and that they have now on hand an Im
mense stock of '.horoughly Seasoned
Lumber; such as
Rough Pine Boards,
faurfacccl I'lno boards,
Flooring, Hemlock and Pine,
Sidings, of all kinds,
Shinnies, au Immense stock,
Hood up; and Ceiling Lath,
and, in fact, Lumber of every descrip
tion at thi very lowest market prices.
Wo are also prepared to furnish Build
ers and otliers with a very fine nrttclo pf
S ii n d , suitable for Ulaxoiiry
Work, Plastering, Ac, at Re
markably Low Figure?.
Wo have constantly on hand f. largo
lot of Wood, suitablo for Firewood,
which wo will sell, In large or small
quantities', at Priced to suit your Pockets
.IOC Motto HONESC' COUNT LOW TRICUS.
aug 23yl .Carbon county, Pa,
BANK STHEET, LEHIGHTON, PA,
Respectfully announces to the citizens
of Lehtshton and vicinity that ho Is
now prcparea to contract for the erec
tion of dwellings, churches, school-
houses, and other buildings. Also, that
.110 iteeps constantly on nanu a full as-
soriuiHut 01 every description of
consisting of flooring, siding, doors,
sash, blinds, shutters, moldings. Ac.
which he Is prepared to furnish at.the'
very lowest market rates,
Patronage respectfully solicited.
W. R. REX.
Lehighton, May 17, 1373. ly
JpiLOUU AND FEED. ,
Respectfully Informs the people of Le
highton that he has most' Excellent
Flour lor Sale 5 '
Also, good FEED of all kinds, and
STRAW In the .Bundle. Ho Is also
prepared to do any kind of
Hauling and Plowing
at short notice.
LEHIGH (2d) STREET,
Lehighton, Pa. March 284y
E. H. SNYDER
Dry Goods, Notions,
Glassware, Hardware, tbc.
May 31, 187B.
1TY HIM ? NO I That Electrlo
- Liniment, like I got at Darling'
Drug Store, whl cure him or any othe
man ot RHEUMATISM and ail othe
Pains. .may 9
A. si. Crraver.
BANK Street, LEIIIGIITON, are
now offering Fall and Winter
comprising DeLatnes, Alpacas, Sattncs,
Empress Cloths, &c, and a full line of
&c, at "POPULAR TRICES.
They also call particular attention to
their Immense stock of Ladles', Gent's,
Misses' nnd Children's
manufactured especially for the tra'do
of this section, at Low Prices.
Our stock of Groceries, Flour,
Provisions, Qiiccnsvrarc and
Wood aud Willow H'arc,&c';
is full and complete In every depart
ment, and goods and prices are sure to
suit. A, trial Is'respeclfully solicited,
gl 2J ADEN HUTTEN TANNERY
B. J. KTJNTZ, Prop'r,
Respectfully announces to the publlo
that ho has Just lebuilt the Tannery,
formerly of Daniel Olewlne, and put
in all. the best and most approved ma
chinery for tho
Manufacture of Leather,
such as Hemlock and Oak Solo, Harness,
Upper, Kip, Calf and Sheep, which he
will supply at Iho very lowest price.
Plastering Hair supplied in large or
small quantities very low'. HIDES and
SKINS bought at highest cash prices.
Patronago solicited. Aug. 8-yl
Contractor & Builder,
lMnns anil Specifications
For nil hinds of Buildings made at the
Mado for TlanS" and Specifications when
(lie contract Is awarded to the under
signed. A. W. EACHES.
The undersigned calls tho attention
of nil parties using Iron to the fact that'
he keeps on hand, at tho
all Sires, which ho offers at the Lowest
Market Prices. Also, that he pays tho
Highest Price for SCRAP IRON, or
will iakn It In exchange for Manufac
In tho' nbsenco of the undersigned,
parties will call at 'tho Feed Store of W.
U KNECHT, Esq., and be attended to.
Weissport, Sept 12-mS
Carriage, Sleighs, Rugglcs,
and vory, description of
Nearlj oppoalUt Eagle Hotel, Bank Stmt,
IIEPAIR1.VO PKOStlTLY ATTENDED TO
At reasonable charges.
aa-Fatrorago very respectfullj solicited, and
saturation tru.ranleej. .
Respectfully announces to the citizens
of .Lehighton and vicinity,, that he has
New Photograph Gallery,
on BANKWAY, (near tho Lehigh Vol.
ley Railroad Depot), Lehighton,
and that he Is now prepared to givo'our
citizens Life-Like Pictures at the most
Particular nttentlpn paid to taking
Children's Likenesses. A -Trial is'
solicited. June 13.
TrUiW loolt at lijsr, Itjlrl Wby I
thought It was turning Grey? So
It was, until she got a liottle'of that new
Hair Restorer at Durllng's Drug Store)
BBTOTHERS, Look at that' Child, it
has Worms. Go or send at once
(q CURLING'S. XilM Store, and gel a
bottle of hli WORM SYRUP, so plea
sant anjl yeto suio. may 9
Naming he Baby.
Smudge had ransacked various books
fora nnmo, and,. as the sixth of, the la
test edition of Smudge was Indicative ot
toll in the ranks of men, as tho Infant
looked strong almost .warliko a great
name was the quoit ot .its distracted
parents. Mrs. S. wanted It named after
some o,d Bible character. Smudge sug
gested Sampson Goliah, which would
typify strength; Mrs. S. leaned to Moses
Samuel, emblematical of weakness.
Smudge had declared that ho would
.czposo tho child to the mcasels before It
should be nicknamed Moso or Sam.
Then he hinted at Jonah j but Mrs, S.
would listen to, no such monogram. She
didn't want her last child's name con
nected with a pah story! Already they
fiad named a child Hainan, and she was
sure that he would be hanged homo day.
Seeing that 110 Scriptural na'mo could bo
agreed upon, she- suggested Omega, re
minding Smudgo that they bad named
their first born Alpha.
'You don't call this one Omega,' said
Smudgo, 'y.W put tue,name away, and;
when we want It I'll et younow,. ,How
would Martin Luther do?'
'I'm a Baptist, I am, Smudge!' retor
ted Mrs. S., coloring. 'I don't want
any Luther names In this houso. For
your mother's .sake, I allowed ono of
my children to be' called Jonathan Wes
ley. Sho don't poko 'any Methodist
names on, to rae again. If Luther had
been a Baptist, tlie'name might do.
There's Roger Williams. Roger Wil
liams Smudge would sound well. He
.could wrlto.lt E. Williams Smudgo, you
'But he never will!; cried, tho parent,
with determination., R. Williams was a
Baptist, and you know, Mrs. Smndgo',
that I don't lean that way. I'd sooner
call him Tom Paine.'
'Call him Tom Paine, and 111 kill
him before he's weaned.'
'You like Puritans, Mrs. Smudge,
Call him Miles Standlsh.'
'No, sir!' I don!t want my child to
grow up with any such an outlandish
name. You called our second boy Ply
mouth itocK bniudge, and that namo
will kill him before he votes. No more
'You'r, the confoundest particular
woman I ever .saw,' retorted Smudge.
'If It had been a girl, we would have
railed her .Cleopatra Octavo.'
'No we wouldn't! Our fourth girl
now groans under the name of Olympla
Tarpeia. It will make, her bo .an old
maid. Let's compromise, Smudge.
You like a strong name Goliah, for
Instance I, a Baptist ono. Let's coll
the baby Roger W., Goliah Smudge.'
'Put tho Blblo name first.'
!I won't do It!'
'Then we'll call him something else.
'My father's name was Joshua bid-
eon,' meekly suggested Mrs. S.
'What do I care It it was? None of
my children shall bo called after your
relatives. That's cettledl Let us fall
back on a lato name Garibaldi, for In
Napoleon tho Third.
'No; I won't have him called. Napo
'Then you shan't call him Garibaldi,
retorted Mrs. S., as 'firmly. 'Smudge,
you'r the thickets Individual I ever liv
ed with. You won't listen to anything,
I'm reasonable willing to listen to any
thing you. propose.'
'Then call,the boy Daniel Webster,
,1 always admired, tho old statesman.'
'Our family shan't, ho disgraced by a
said Mrs, Smudge. 'Lafayetto Is
great, a good, name.,'
Smudgo thought! hs was on the eve
ot suggesting the name, of the great
'He must have a middle name.'
'.Lafayetto Wlll.Iamsl' said Mrs. S.
'Tuero'p your old Baptist name again!
I tell you Roger Williams shan't, la any
form, hang to that boy's coat-tail.'
'Then you shan't call him Lafayette.'
And thus the quarrelling over the
christening continued for six mortal
hours. Finally, the affair was settled
Smudge's twelfth baby is to face tba
world with, the simple cognomen ot
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Dr. S. D. Howe's Arabian Milk
iure, it directions are correctly (ouow
cd, dissolves the mucouj or nbleem.
which stops the. air passages ot tba
lungs, its ueauug properties act upon
the Irritated surface of the lungs nnd
throat, penetrating to every diseased
part, relieving pain aud entirely sub
dulDgall IriUammatlorf.- The Arabian
'lonio invigorates tho digestive oreans.
restores the appetite, Rtrepgthens the
uuuuny, purines una enricnesuie mood,
and-ex pels from' the system the corrun-
f Ions which scrofula breeds upon It. See
revived tho old English rule that
fraud In procuring a marriage Is good
ground for dlvorco. handler Yretskl
complained that his wlfo Eddel had
practised fraud upon him by falsely re
presenting before marriage, that sho
was a sound and healthy woman, when
In fact, she was subject to Insantty.
Judge Wheeler romarked that ho sup
posed tho husband was" a sane person,
but the fact of his marrying after only
one day's acquaintance with his wlfo
left doubt as to the condition ot his
mind. It seems that immediately after
tho marriage Mrs. YrotskLbecarao. vio
lently Insane, and has since been an
Inmate of a California asylum. During
a lucid Interval she admitted that sho
had been an Inmate of an asylum In
Europe, aud as she hod represented
that sho was a sound and healthy wo
man before marriage the Judge ruled
tnat fraud was established, and a dl
vorco was granted on that ground. Ho
added that Yretskl ought to be punish
ed for his hasto tn marrying, but that
four years ot such life had been suQlcl
Tho Treasurer of the United States
has Issued a circular requesting nation
al banks to make an additional deposit ot
S per cent, for tho redemption ot their
circulation, with Instructions that tho
United States notos may bo sent to tho
Treasurer under the contract of tho
Treasury Department with Adams Ex
press Company, and under the samo
regulattoos as aro prescribed for the
forwarding of notes and currency ottho
United States for redemption. The
Treasurer says It is .with great relue
tanco tiiat'thls course has been decided
upon, and strenuous exertions havo
been mado to prevent it from becom
ing necessary; but It now seems Impos
sible to prevent on interruption In, tho
redemption of national bank notes un
less further deposits ot the. United States
notos shall bo mado.
Experiments by Galletly show how
dangerous it Is to allow greasy refuse
to He around, even In small quantities,
in warm places. According to theso
experiments,- such waste, dipped in
boiled linseed oil and wrung out, re
quires at a tempertature of 170 degrees,
only .103 minutes at tho most , to, take
fire, and tho bulk, need not bo very
great, as a match-boxful, at 107, do
grces took fire In ono hour. With raw
linseed oil it requires four or fivo Lours;
with rapo oil, at 170 degrees, over sis
hours; with castor oil, at 185, dc'ws,
over a day; with olive oil, ono and two
thirds days. With sporra oil It nouId
not take fire at aU. Tho heavy coal
and petroluem oils wero found to re
tard oxidation by excluding tho air.
Silk waste did not take fire, but gun
powder placed In it was fired in an
Philadelphia, Sept. 11 Between
noon and 1 o'clock this afternoon In
the tenement house No, 240 South
Flfth-st., a man first shot his wlfo, then
himself In both cases doing his work
thoroughly and well. When, attracted
by the report of th e pistol, polico offi
cers and other occupants of the houso
rushed into the room 0 f tho murder,
they were both found ly log dead, wel
tering In their blood. The namo ottho
man was Jamos Tozler, ot the woman
Sallle Tozler, his wife.
On the Pennsylvania Railroad, at
Harrlsburg, Tuesday, the Pacific 'Ex
press collled with a freight train. L.P.
Johnson, freight conductor, and X. D.
Cramer, train master, were seriously
Injured, tho former, It Is supposed, fa
tally. No one else was hurt. A mis
placed switch caused the accident.
E.C.Shelley, a caterer ot Wllllams
port, Pa., who bad been on a visit to
Tarrytown, N. Y., left there for home
August 17, since which time he has not
been heard from. Ho Is aged 43, and
much apprehension is felt tor his safe
ty. A little child answering the descrip
tion of, little Charlie Ross -was found
Monday evening at Hillsdale, Colum
bia couuty, New York. A woman- who
had him in charge was arrested, and
he authorities In thl s city communicat
Tho Board of Pardons, at Harrlsbu rg,
continue to receive petition? for the
pardon of Udderzook. No. -remonstrances
against It are sent. them. No
action has ye. t been, taken. The Board
meets October 6th.
David Baker, the poet of tho State,
of Maine, died at Bongor Monday vtw
nlng, aged 60.