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Is a specialty at our Jolt Priiititui (illn.
in Snyder's Ulork. east trt' 'u- Ii.n i.
Bridge. Envelopes, Nut in tor Papm ,
Phamplets, Order llnolts. T wh, Tajs,
and all kinds of Pi.' Ni ami halt
Ulll. Wedoallworl n. uHilyiiu.l
cleanly. Do yoa im mi1 iia iki
liuef theu oallaul -t n rite us
postal card and m mill.. irserrii'p.
Km b liwr ctrofilatlon thnu any other
Hewapaper printed In Carbon county, cmi
gnquatitly It ii the lio-t medium foradver
User. Our newx miliums aparkle with
the oomilrenoea of the day olern, spicy,
interesting, bright and Independent. Uur
wlitoriAU are original and will be worth
reading cm nrfoouiit of their spirit which
la ludependeul of outside dictation. Out
prise is one dollar a year. Just you try it
INDEPENDENT" "LIVE AND LET LIVE."
VOL XXI. No. 22.
Lahighton, Carbon County, Fonna. April 15, 1893
$1.00 a Year in Advanc
HAVE YQU READ THE ADVOCATE THIS WEEK? THE LARGEST $1.00 PAPER IN THE COUNTY. h
GRIUhAL CHEAP CASH STORE
Have You -Seen Our
New Spring Stock
Of Prints. rttli, Sateens, Seersuckrf
Apren Mid Drew Ginghams, flbalHee.
muslins, sheetings, tlfklugs, denlma chevi
ots, outing fl.ir.uels, dc
The above hate boeiijwuitut by Hie case
ami marked at such low priees, It Is safe to
at that lbs same claM or nieterlals ran
not tie bought anyways near the prices iu
This mon we .are showing an entire
new line of Qlmps with combination
colors, to match the most delicate shade of
dress material. Tli.jr are marked close
and ate bouud to mote quick.
OUR NF.tr San Umbrellas In colors are
beauties they art all the rasa this sesioii.
Cad and see our stock. It affords us a
great pleasure to show goods.'
J. T. NUSBAUM.
flint Street, between South and f turn Streets
mu.i. siatthkh or MonK On msn nltlKr iti-ms or i-uiiklt I'Kksonal ton, was visiting her parents on Sun-, mtt ftp meutiox op A wijkk'S no.
What IIaO,s,,ir..l In Ihl. City lliitl.K m. nnrn,- p-o-1. Lo 11,11 and Go
VTerk r.rtln.ntlr Ei.ltoiulietl uy uuf Vl.lllna- Here.Th.r. and Ev.rjwli.r.
specie .ior..r.. Restaurauter Clark circled .at
-Hn. teams for all purposos at th. M,i.mBl.OBlnff on Saturday.
South hud Llvory. Mre. II. E. Sweeny and aon.of Drlf-
-run lino oi ingrain ami iirusseis tnn . ,,,. R. t, Hreenr.
carpets at Henry Schwartz's. . Th .na, PIJ)i,riff Ralw
Rye Whiskey, $1.60 per gallon at M. All.ntnwn. wk, in town Thursday.
Martin's Liquor btore, Maucli Chunk. m9sEI1 DlehLof Big Creek, spent
rine ireo mncn wni ue .erveu at Thurs,iay ith Miss Jennie Morthiracr.
ll nilrslllV Willi ill las vOUUlO iUUl illliuvl . I , ... . , , . tiiD jicnumn iwuiiudu vumi'tiu,
W. A. Peters' restaurant on Saturday lirL Weiss and sou George, of ? at the home of her p'tmi " been short of engines. Six more
-George Englenian, the genial clerk
evening. Wllkesbarre. were Saturday visltors'ln
Harrison Staiiaherry will build A .
dwelling house on 2ud st. . .Mrs. Mamo Handwerk'. of Siegers- """'ef . ,. r0: ,'Peulbu" broke lu two while psiUBKockport at
Eachosi Sou built The.. Koons' Tiiie. visited at the residence of P.P. " ,'t:Ttt"B",s U enrly hour yest.rd.y mornlnir.
nm l.n.tin il, T,. .. ' . . . . u.a.uraui louias aim wne were .1 .1
T . V. -i-i.v.- v..- semmei,oueouuHireec,oTeroiiiiui7. ,. . . , p itrndliBiul und I bv; nun iuiuiuk 1 1
high bridge. ..W.LaMonteGilette, one of Allen- rdl ,t s",i, Ura,Bad H"'1 wreck. "The tracks wore Hooked for a
Jennie, me young unugntor or jos town's popular attornoys .was lu town Z , , .
Vnth.llnA. ill win, .rl.t fvOI. fr . IT': . . LI ir -Mrs, John 1 oungspent a few days
some time, is slowly recoreriug. ..iUss Lllll. Ureon, an estimable V.,'"K nUeT' , K, 1 elected president of the Phllndolphis &
l 1. r.1 L. . i"i"eu""il'ruKl" '""" l,,li n . ,! f
A young girl is wanted at Miss vounir Udy. of Mauch Chunk, spent r-"T . A,Rp,n
Alretiia Orator's millinery store to Monday with her sister, Mrs. John " " , . j' ., ... . . Coal and Iron Company, to sncceod
learn the mlllluerv buslnss. v T.....L -Laudlord tbugeue Kteritt "a
- - uauu. uu HLianM. I I i , 1 i .
f in'ifuii uri.iiiiriii.imtH i u HtiiHri;ti litn
Ebbert when you wont a team for busl- quehonlng's most
new or pleasure. Lowest prices. illiea ai,a tuceet u school teachers, ' ?" ,,, t ' n,f Il,u onleln.1 will boar1 of ctors to fill the vacancy
nri.UoT... nftl,( w .ill i.,.ii,il . ,. ., ...hi. ui.. s'orios high and hen completod will I ,. . ... ,, , ,. , .
1. 1 ......... sitcui ouuuay itieuMiuiijr t.ii 'wi..u ..t . n... . ,
.l..lnn..J,llll.l. IaIIu .n(M. . . . . ,m uiKiij- uuuteuicuiws iu iu ilium-
rMn0 r"1"8" lug public who ilnd occasion, to
1 ... T, a-. . rri....ft t iri ,
WffLewl Zelznfus accnmpaDli'd by lilt
brutlier A X , lrauacted bmluesi lieic
Squire, made au olllclal trip to Ibii place
EJT"A11 the Lower Toivamenitiif pnblie
suoou completed tueir winter teriu wuu
the ernllDR of the past week.
KiT"Ju8tice of the Peace Cbas. Green
and IVniauiin Carroll, accoiucanleil bv
tbelr wives, were doing bnslnesi at the
County bfat on FrlJav,
51-StepheD Bojer.of Flmlley, Ohio. Is
at present visiting in this section, the
cticst or Anurew Lfejer,
SWOeorce llenrr. formerly of this
rlace, now the nenlal proprietor of the
)anleIsvUle lintel, was made to inille on
Friday, Friday bp the arrival of a bouncing
boy baby. We hsp baby Henry may live
long and U the Joy of the family. No 2
on tuo lamny resisier.
TBTUt Easier festival held by the Lu-
tberan (Sunday school of Millport was verv
largely attended. .Miss Diana Kunkle, for
merly a student ol lite knutown Normal
frcliool, delivered the opening address with
ureal ability. Key. j. . icrii, tne pastor,
dellvereti au appropriate address. Anoth
er address wan by Miss KUller. the execl-
lrnt teacher of the Klein top school at
Kunltletowu. The ten nooden eggs pre
yiously given out to solicit funds to db fray
theexoenaes of the festival were oncued
andiisetted $3S, The eggs were In the
hands of lllsiei Diana Knnkle, llartba
Kistler. Llllle fatrnhl, Carrie and Laura
illman and II. L. Boer ami YV. II. Zel
C"Oeorce Strolil. Ihe gonial landlord
of tbe Lower Millport llolel, recently pur-
cliaftd the I'rluce property adjoining his,
forti'.WK), The propeity consists of a 2
story brick with frame attachment togeth
er with all necessary outbuildings, and a
trifle more than two acres of land. George
recently sold bis hotel properly to a gentle
man named Hitter, of Slated ale, fr a
round $4000. We regret to note that Geo.
Is at present laid up nlth a sore leg caused
by a runaway horse while out driving with
a gentleman from Has on.
CT"The spelling bee which came off at
the Strobiivllle school house oa Wednesday
evening of last week, was largely attended
Nearly all therchiHils of the township ftere
represented. The teachers present were
W II. Krlll, brlnclpil of the Lehigh Gap
school, K. S. Kyntlf, teacher at I.rnti's
school, ir. Yj, Sllliinan, teacher of the
Mlhporl prhuarT school, A. II. Green, of
the Llttlf Gap school and W. S. elreeu.
teacher of the Orren school. The spell lug
con atiea ( worus useu in every uav con
versation, uutll dually the woid Xylop
hleans came up. All the teachers were
caught on It. Miss Carrie, the 15 year old
daughter ot W. II. Sllllman, came ont vic
torious. It I said that M la Carrlo Is the
best speller in the township. Sim attends
ihn Ktrohlsville'schoul wher Iheeftlcieut
H, Zeigeiffus Is the teacher. Following thw
exercise there was ou Indulgence lu a fa
miliar oulnlooi port.
IUOTINO FOR TRiVNOKISE.
NEWSY OCCURRENCES. COMING AND GOING.
ON. THE RAILROAD.
Mrs. Oliver Follweiler, of Ihlgb-
day, Leopold Meyers and wife.
Julius Ammermnn, of Lehigh
avenue Is confined to his residence
Dolt Dolan, tlis ball tosser is out
again after a few days Illness. "Cliarlo
hoss" was the cause of Bleknese.
Wm, Whitehead, Jr., Isaac Dartho-
INOS ON TIIK HAIL.
Hhort I'sraentiibs That IVlttbeot Interest
t. the itallroatl llors.
X Engine 137 on the Valloy was de
railed on Saturday night, just below
the Packerton yards,
t tT...n r Ai.tni. trnii.. h.Hn.b.1 An.
L..UrT TiWienold. of We? ,.h' ftS-Si P. U-
o i ' road t he leaso of the Lehigh Vaueycora-
Mrs. J. DiUey, of Wilkesbarre, is.
tug at an oppcrtuue time in that respect
as the Heading Railroad Company has
placed on the road recently.
X Xo. 410 coal train, on the Central
-Just mako it a point to see David . .Miss Katie McUorry. one of Nes- , ... "TV .. . . month. Thomas McKeau
... .... HUHJttJll uv VUUUIUU HU UUUllJUU 111.1 ...
ehonlng's most estimable young ,. .,. ,.. same time ciecteil a mei
President McLood on the first of next
was at the
member of the
caused by the rosiguation of Thomas
t Iu anticipation of tho spring nnd
summer travel from the city to the
country the Reading Railroad Cotn-
4Kn IfM. T..... 11nnnlt
cor. 4th and Iron streets. .. ". .... , . .. . .. nony has arrauced for the transisorta-
ni.i i.ii, i,..i in tnr wire iorine iveaineny posi-umuo move 10 uiuiguion sometime in tne - , - , ... , - .
-Didyou see those high wheel, 12 .... , i ,, ., .,. Hon as baggage of children's cribs,
Inch out lawn mowers A. F. Snvdor ; "" vv""" "J" V - " """T " steamer or folding chairs, invalid
at KIT, .her cannot. h matted. Webster, a telegraph operator em- of the house on 2nd street, purchased Z '.
, . . . ... f 1 . .. t l. I t T 1 t) . .. 1 . .
Trtl.,, ITauonbanl, nf TTnlnn 1TI11 la I ""t" ouuituiw iiuimjjduj itttt lUiitLLV.
' ' I IT T....l.l.. 1
a new resident of Lehighton, occupy'
ing a lesldeneo on Bankway.
John and Wilson Trainer are liav
chairs, oil or gas stoves, type writers,
ll r.,,1,1,,. ,i Ml MrlM llr. Itol VI .,,'.1 .i,.,.i,. aIul weT articles 01 in. cnaracier mai
KolU were united In marrl .go ou Sat terKate. of 'the boauliug house,-did P;Ba leaving the city for summer
urday evening at Weatherly. The cere- shopping at Alleutown ou last Thurs"- ar0 ' ke,y to Jake ith them. Such
ing a line large porch built to tho front m8t" wa P'ormed at. the Reformed day.
I t.ii runno ... li. 111. iwLtnr. 1?mV MtlSntl I
of their double hoase on Second st.
Aaron DreUbach is doing the job.
Painter Weinland tills week
painted the interior of Ilagerman's
parsonage by the pastor, Re Mason I J. L. Ilarlemau, the popular tner-
baggage to all points ou the lines of
heimer. Later iu the evening the chant contemplates building a large
the Reading, Bad also on tho Central
National Baud tendered the happy addition to his store room and rosi- Rnllrua'1 ot yew Jag.y-
couDle a serenade at the home or tne deuce this coming summer. I hash hall notes.
new store, opposite the Opera House. Urootn on Church U1I1. -Miss Barbara Kinsel, of Phlladel- -ffj The stock-holders of the Lans-
Thomas Thomas, the druggist, has """" '"f """" , , " " p""""" ' toru ciuu met iionuay eycuins ana or
titijuuuiutsuti), luot. i-uii tow ttut., .uu tu uu i .i .iu Lrauized as i.hows: l'restuen anu Aiau
son. Patrick, was killed on the railroad The genial Phillin Cnrrol a rosi-1. i n..i..it....iin. a i Time
-ihoth-Cunnl,,8han, assault "'TS. "o'say'e W.Maloy; Commltt.e on
!d battery case has been settled brou" to watlrl! lnl."ed ''V.r.6!!!..8 . 'l.' grounds-William MjLaughlln, Daniel
here. Deceased was a brother ot Miss " euipiu, WKir. Mulhearn an(j j, Jt Tonos. Umpire Jas.
Urtilgot welsn a tenouer in one or our " '' De,a aud j 0-Donn,il4 Tll8 sea.
-School director Daniel Wieand, of puUi? Sc,5,lf
John Sandherr, while performing
the s. w., expects to move tn Mauch
Chunk, about the first week in June.
The Weatherly teachers
son will open on May 0 th. Players de-
had their Ms usual vocation near the un.l . . . fc- t, (o ,gceson
monthly meeting last Monday evening, house at the lower end ;, had the the nine , do so to th. Manager,
t n t tn I fortune to have several toes mashed br I
-Nathan Mosser, aNewMahonlug ""luu ""-"" """ . . - The grounds win ue lurtn.r improveu
contractor, has the job to erect ftap.h Aft flnf u oU?nf by H jL by a good rolling. Tho grand-stand
.r's double dwelling hn., on the flU marks by the Prluolpal. C. A. Ritter, -Miss LmmaBrodhead has returned wU1 bo reseated and the fence repaired.
for 815. The hand-dump liny rake,
alio. Can't lie beat; come and be con
Daniel Raltzer'a new store room
and residence ou First street will be a
frame structure, 21x50 foet and three!
t-Sd- Tim maiiniAmntif.
lkiuo iumiilni? Is blamed for nro- "ere at Mauch Chunk on last Friday ,...,,.,.. ..,i ii
duclug the death of Nellie Beighan of enlnB were they enjoyed the play lirrallK(.m.utacornpl,to for their club
thistewn. Death was supposed to "81 .... the coming yar, and the prospects are
hub to a rupture or me peritoneum. TTf,. ... . that the club will bo one of th. strong-
She was a pupil lu the publlo SOhOOlS igismvure win
and naturally jumped rope during lu-1 nli especially
CARBON COUNT! COURTS. WEISSPORT AND AROUND.
What 1!.. Transpired InOtirtCltetTM.I Sl'KV UAPPKnINUS BRIEFI.T KP1TO-
The April term ef Court wont Into
session at 1.30 o'clock Monday after- Th Ilolnca of the Week Iulerl.atlel with
noon In Its temporary quarters on the rr.oni Mention..
fourth floor of the Packer building. William Ilolllnger is quite serious.
The afternoon was taken up with the ly ill.
customary opening proceedings. Charley llurk was at East on on
Court will bo announced by the blow- Sunday.
ing of the whistle on the Electric Light O. B Qodshalk was at Ptttston last
building. Thore Is no bell on the Sunday,
rackor building. I Fred Wassem Is In Chicago on
The best way to reach the court business and pleasure
room is from the Susquehanna street Harryta little ton f Dr. Kutz, is
entrance. quite sick.
During the afternoon, Judge Dreber Miss Lucy Romlg spent Sun'aRat
, .1 . .. . . - 1 l!tl l
uauueu uowu nis aecision in roe c.vau-1 .uiiiinjrt.
gelical case recently argued. The Bow- Mrs. Charles Laury was at Allen1
manltesare refused nn order compell- .town on Saturday.
ing the Djibsites to deride the uso of Warrem Horn is back from Harris-
the churches iu Maur'i Chunk and burg after two weeks,
Lehighton with the Bowmauites, pond- Gertie Sellers was a Wednesday
ing the final determination as to which visitor at the County Seat.
side is the legal owner of the property. William Schaffer, of Union Hill,
SlicrlU J. 8. Webb sold tivo proper- rejoices over the advent of a baby girl
ties. The Jacob 11. Smith house and Frank Reed has built a pretty vr-
lot on lludsoadale Btreet, Weatherly, aadah to the front f his residence.
were, were bought by Sophia Eickhoff Miss Sallle Whitehead Sundayed
for WW. Mrs. Eiekhotr was the exe- at the county capital.
cutlon creditor lu the amount of $000, .alas Mary Whitehead was the
making the property cost her about guest of Slatlngton friends on last Sat
1 1,000. urday.
The Jacob Walper farm, noartho Miss Rambo.ot Reading, a fashion.
Lowrytown Almshouse, in Lehigh able trimmer, is with Mrs; Culton, tk
towusnip, was bought by J. i. arks milliner.
of White Haven, for O2o. Mr. Purks O. W. Koons. our popular east side
has judgments against the property merchant, smiles over the arrival of a
amounting to about 71,400. I baby daughter.
Daring tho hearing of the constables' Mrs. Frank Huffman and daughter
reports, the court's attention was dlr- Kate, of Tre'scow, were guests of Miss
ected to the fact that constables had Heckle Wlntllng over Sunday.
neon elected at the February elections For rent, a nice store room next
for one or two ot tho Wards lu Laus- door to the Fqrt Allen House. Apply
loru io uu vacancies. io lormat ue- to Henry Uhrlstman,
cree was made, but Judge Dreher held Mrs. Jonathan Deibert is hoM.
that the eleotions wore null and void, from a pleasant visit to her daughter,
Constables' elections are held only tri- Mrs. Thomas Nusbaua at Lansford.
onnially aud vacancies are flUed by ap- Saeger has just reserved a big lot
pointmcnt by court. of white and sweet potatoes. Leave
bvery one of the twenty-four your orders soon because they wont
graud jurors answered to bis name at last long.
roll call. 11. UV-Storcb, ot Summit The Interior of Joe F.aner'a atore
Hill was excused from serving. Wm. room has been nicely decorated and
buea, ot Summit Hill, was appointed painted by artist Charley MIL
foreman. The Poho Poco band has disanlvod.
j.ue court, appointed cousuiuies anil leader do. Kuoh Is now calling la
jonn btroin, J. u. snyder, Edward the instruments,
Raworthand wm. Isaacs as tipstaves A good frame dwelling house to
for tho week. gether with all necessary outbulldl.m
JaoobS. Nowhart et. a', vs. Albert M. nicely located on Union Hill. Annlv
Sampsel et. al., No. 2, January term to Robert Klotz.
1803, and Israel F. Heisler .t. al. vs. C.mmunlon services will be ob-
eorge D. Sweigert et, al., No. 3, Janu- served oa Sunday by the members of
nry term, 1KB. In equity. Bur the Lutheran congregation. Rey. Erb
motion ior interjocuiory lujunstton. or Slatlngton will officiate.
ne motion for au injunction order is -Mrs. Belle Meredith acnnmnanlAd
dismissed. These are the Evangelical by Miss Anna Comfort. w.r at Phil..
cases. Tho former are tho parties to delphia on Tuesday In th. Inf.fnt
the Lehighton church and tho latter Airs. Cultou's popular millinery stor..
stories high. It will be erected by Ed ii, jumpsu rope uur.ug lu- -;' '7 "
L'hrlstmau termissions, but th. Jumplug which I people inasmuch
. . I was suunosad to have nroducad her I lem OL Ire oooki
itol headache of death was done at her home aud not at Ing the pub io schools, a act which will flelJ n is expccted a jate for a game
dlious that I could "I'oolas reported by a newspaper Tie appreciated yery much as it gvles next ffiontu
-W igh t's ."ian rWladelphla Record. mth ng for not dn6. ho- ns the fce Bra Fa,ruurst
A ugnt mat nas ue.n carrieu on ior - . Bimraoug and Bchmear, and th. pitch-
some time between the town Coun.U the People shou d not forgot to see to . . . wl
it that their childron attend school re- ,,, ' , ,,, ' .. . , ,.,. " f
-Have vou seen the new bonnet r was "uPIosea 10 naT0 Pduc.a ner
No I have had such a
of late, aud been so bilious
not go out remedy -Wright'
Titlin V. Wltltn. Innlor nrAr-lier of
the LehlBhtou Evangelical couBrena-" aaJ tLe Volunteer Fire Company con.
Ilio ijoiiiguiou r.TBiigeilcai cuugrega- ..... , imlnrlv
in . . .. .. ... I cornlnir the location of the lire eiarlne I Kuiariy.
lion will preuuu io ms congregation in , , .-Saturday will l, Urn onnnlna day
Ward will coyer his old position at se
caud base and Mill his at third. Ed
... . ..... . snttirilui- will 1ia 111. nitmilni. flntr I
the Presbyterian church on Sunday, nouse resuueu on Mouuay evening in -.--... 1 un9lu tUe past had a good
morning at 10:15; evening atG. vue ee.ec.ou oi o uer w,B ior u. --------- -- r0putation and man, admires, and his
E.1 Honcheu and Nathan iitt workat t he bat has, added
are u new firm of Lehighton rontrac- " . ,. i, ... i .,.. mucu to tne creuit oi tne jeausvuie
.. ... . . I tlin finlnirintt nr u nit A wrm llimpr 1119. I ' vl J ..w huu vw...c. .uu, uittca I , .1 , 1 , 1 11.
tors anil nuiiuers. mey wore rormeny .n,i.,,i i... ii.i u, ui t. . ciuu, uuu aiaiir uast, tisuituiumretTiiu
iu tho employ of the well known Ed cusslon, its real location at this early '"th"".?e this year to see him have au oppor-
ChrWman. part of the fight Is stiU somewhat uu- orthofh tunity to Oil his old position on right
The Interior of the Reuben Fen- certain. ,".,.' field.
stermseher More room on Second -mrougu meopeuingoi i irsi "77-' "'V'
has been artistically painted Vieamariy win lose one 01 its oiu cm- V,' , ,', Base Ball Awociation on Saturday it
....... . ... .. .nn. Wnr nlmit twi.nl v TAiira Ammst awartz and Thos, J. Ilarleniau Will , 1. it..
oraieu so mat now 11 nas quite ,. - -- , ..,, .,,, Pnn no . ,i was ueemi
a ultl fled appearance. The work was ."" ii, ""' . . , Held this year,
donoby Lester Rehrig. nis uusiuess as mercuam lauor in a -
-Sell & Co., liveryman, know how uuuso. luBl ,a lu "a lur "" "P" " iuticu.ci,usii,
to cater to the traveling public. Thoy J tBU "ew stret- A"er tTln
1 I a. ,l 11 I a I 1U1 M 1UL HL ML rCMftU UHlllfl uritjcf uu
thelrstookand also foutemplate the on.'n. u "e.ml?ut ere" 8 Duu". iv ,7" u,Z "... """""" open the season. The park is in a fair
addition of a handsome cab. The I "-"" f?' usiness,ne con.iuueu . 7 condition, considering the hard winter
building now occupied will be consider- los 10 "uioiu, munesoia wnere no ;.""'" , , , aud the association Intends to fix it u
owns a nuiDer 01 vacant. 101s anuBev- l.rrnr rniM,t u it.irr.
j .s .. v vuc. ..u.i.v ,,, .,., 4,
TKU.HCI .UtlllVJ OLOLCI.l mn iuuiuiui
that a team would be secured and bo
I the bamboo polo and other arrange
t3T At a meeting of the Freeland
lase Ball Association on Saturday it
was de.lded to place a team In the
F. P. Mnlloy was
elected manager, and P. II. Haulon as-
I slstant manager, these gentlemen were
T.nnt. c.. t.l . , . . . 1 UITBII lull IKtttur iu uui;n(Q UUU pifcll
wvuw uiuuci, (tit ulti uuii oiwemou , , , .. i
' i i, ..... ui.il m n nHnuNflnn, tn
utile eulareetl at an .arly dilv.
-It Is calcuUtoil that work will kooii erttI housea- many friends here
Belgian Workmen Aisell the Police with
Clube and bioies.
Um KW, April 18. Three hundred
ruiner-i engaged In the strike at QiiHregnou,
In the IVovinco of Ilalnaut, made an at
Uck uj-oii the ehvds at tt:t mouth of 'a pit
and siuaebwl evry window iu them. There
were many men worklun In the pit who
hail refuMvl lo join the strikers, aud the
limb effort were dlrtotwl aahiRt them
much aeaaalnet the owners of the pit.
AM wma of rnhblh, oM bonb atone
and dirt uera thnmn lutu the shaft, the
lutoiit lun of the Mrikem beilng to Imprhum
lit.-mwt in the miutv. The mob wan ou
lit- point of mi -Hiking another pit when
tne Kdrinw f.iriel. T1ietrikin tlnally
ilHptit-d, but further trouble I ttpprv-
IiniuHlietply aftr the awembllnff of the
d-i.itluH yenterday. an exuiutU orowtl getk
I'utl round th Palatt du la Nation. At 4
oil .k the worktiimttu uor tbftparlUv
iiifiiiary IwildUiK ralnwl a thout foruul
vers t) HUfTreffti and made a runh to hrwtk
t.i. ih1Iw Hue. The nol.ee were driven
bui auii the uib tried to iuU up the
m.-i, Tht iH04iHteiI neervee charifed nil
diawn i.wrU-i. The mob met them wiih
ri-p--tod yolh-ya ot aWaea, but eveulually
wih foivl ' nik and partly di.peree.1. Iu
tiei.(ul.n ' . i'riil ptitu-umeu Wttiw alruek
with HUiu.ti the hewl ami nvwy riotern
were cm 01 'ntmpIeiL Ae often aetuey
were d'-ix-r- d 1 tUe poUiw the rlotew
tried t i. .t--:ni.lo aud ttuht luivk wttb
(toiun tin ni m -.iu j; force.
At (iK-iut-t, tniif uulea from Wotu.
H,(wai. .1-1. ml- tin buildings uuar the
pit b imxitu Mini 1 1 , ..rtei thuuii, drove rf
ll.e tpiu'U it h i "ilu niK, and dvutolleUed
.ill the lim ' IhL 1 ) . hulN". HJld ttbotl-i.
(imi ,n i - it t - Miw it uiuuuk tba labor
leader All) e r ti-rii rr now tUtwttMl
to brb xinist .ilrout au murnuu deuiou
etrattt-ii A,'aiiit (he cbimiier of deputtt
fur ret - . . i i a I ,tl the bill to eslaotUh
uuiver .il -t.ilrue
... v ... , , , Umil.ltm.w XT.wlnw
i i ... .i i ii wisiinim mucQ uarmuess in uia newi
owt.xiiuiuoiiueuuui.uoeiuurKeuieutHU.il ... , I lneaul, r.,Un q iuicr, uim a uwu wuum uv teuu;
general improvem.ut of th. building nom- ior ms auopieu . rr"""'l"'"m . " ready to play about May 15.
, , . ,, , ., . , r nlace'on the 3rd of May I day. Interment took place ou Wed- ' ' . . '
occupied by Kemer.r k Swartz, furul- i,",co uu uworu oi way. ... . "-
. . . ' I I nesdaV. I Hallra.l.r. Canviitlun Rt '
ture dealers, on First street. Among
the Improvements will be the addition
nesday. I Jt.l!ro.lr.' Convention at Tainaqna,
Barney Curran, of East Mauch 1 The Tnmaqua Courier says: A com
Chunk, will build a new duelling nilttee of arrangements composed ot
r,; line large hI.ow windows. 0 Rob.rt Ginder contemplate, moy U0UM) The ntnet has bee. given to C. B. Henry, W. R. Moore. W. Zerby. U.
,7,7'" Kv a ingioAiieniowu. I Ed Christman. S. Uobst and C. A. Ilrobst,were in town
" , " . l" " , "muu, ul Auurea., a..u Tll dictora of Ul blo Rol,ool9 ou Monday completing arranuementi
bliddog, audthereareMimeotherpeo- John Bowman, of Qerman'.. visited at I. I, .i. , ... .u.i
., ll, tilt. I.. I uutll ill. .ut.lBl lUnua uuu Ul.iucilf IU 1 1U1 1UO milium uuticu wuieutluu u
. r,Ti..ir.mla, urn "u'7" . 0, this .ountyivlll meet her. on Tuesday, railroad orders which willbo held In
. ... ..... ... . ui, .Uu i' . iv, O..UUKIUU, MaT to e)eot a Sllccess0r t0 County Tttmaqua on Sunday, April 30.
i inr 7 " .i l l, visueuiHeuusuerenuauuuay. Superintendent Snyder whoseterm ex- The committee represents the Hro.
v KOliilun la uoro mil uur i.ruiero I.f lywvimnllro P.l..r H,o 11,11. r
7..iKu.uu mw. n uw m.v.i.1 uiuu. . are ail uusy aner ineir long winter resv i T.., ... . . I , , ,
ILtillUtnt .W P.ltl.nl. .Tnn.ll..n . o 1.1..... uut. ... . . wiu, m ,t unun.fu.TO, ulm ut
v Ti7..... i..i.v. ...... u.t"t-,.,,.,.. Conoert Hull. He pays au Railroad Conductors, Brotherhood oi
c .iu.. "V'i;. .' " P"f. annual rent of WHO. Under his man. Railroad Trainmen aud the Order of
rT.r, .Tl r . I0!. ? 109 palUIeU m agementthUtownean exict a cou- Railroad Telegrapher.
.i,.l .n,l will l m,l hiii ,n.,,.i' rv..r ,,. , ItluueuoeofROod.how.. Allen'sopera Iiouse lias been, nmgtd
-ri ,.m.ii ,.ii, i. V, lY- . . . . . """' , ' -At a late meeting of Council Bur- and the convention will be held ther
1 litm.uiiiBU io 1U a auaii. ior uiemiuo n., .!.. K ii...i.. i. in 1.. v.u . .
Bim Wl.lBIUWIBIIIH llfllU.lllli .J'UUIII,- I . .U " . . 1 Iflt UCtU, . l-TUl.l
ntAnt. nn tltn TttiAr.1 nf IImuIIIi Fir 11 I uuGiInn will tin h.ltl In Hi. mnmlnr- a.i.l
a n..u t..i..i.. it. t ,. , 1.. .. I - - - I --
..iij, iu,. a Erwin, live years; Dr. F. Q. Ibaoh, an o.en session in the afternoon.
WALP'S EAGLE STORE.
l'euiue who buy at our 84ore
altmya go avmy aatUHsal b-
causo we give them tlielr
uiouey'. wttrth, then ton, I hey
have a large aaaortmaitt ttt all
ktud. cifOunoral Store dun.N
t,i .rlei't from. 8ouie gnotls,
llio,e of r ail aud Wiut, i pat
tern-, we are ctoug out ut tv
tiui'tioii prices iu order to
oiuki' ruttm fur our spriug ar
ii tl nfgmHla t-bich we lutend
t,, vuri-a-tt nil piei lulls x
ft it. it i n U e tig. I u ritrillally
1 1 1 if o t I'll I" t tun and aee us.
Mr. D. L. Davis, superintendent ef
the Carbon County Iniprotement, has
taken up a realdenoe In this towa, oc
cupying tho pleasantly situated dwell
ing of Z. II. Hoia.ouiiurtliFir.t street.
We liui the reiddtw ot Mr.'Davia
and wife iu tbU town may be long and
John Koons, tli Fir.t street
liquor dealer the inventor of a shaft
dills which he has had patented, that
fllla a long felt want iu this line. This
clip prevents all rattling and Uuu
ornament, Mr. Koons has had several
good .lifers for the Invention but he
ha. not a yet 'decided ts accept any
- The nldeucte and saloon ot A. K.
Miller on First street, U undergoing
extensive improvements. The main
bulldtntr will tie moved book 31 feet.
th. llrt floor will be raised. There
will be an addition of a fine frrail,
while the interior will be beautlfled
and improted. Cleorge Dlelil has
eKargeot the work.
County Superintendent T. A. Sny-1
der, who eoeuple. a vary deetralile
home on Uaukway will itiuuli Improve
his property thk spring. The frame
tarf of Uie builtliug will be torn down
and a flue brick addition will lt ereoUd
in iIk plai-e. Tiie room now used as a
dining room will be enlarged by a
bay window addition. The work will
be done by ountraetor Cfartetiuan
iu mil juhucii i.iinuir R.tirnn. itiHi hii.b t r 1..11 .
ue ot luctiiuuuie ueuu-1 . . . , . . 11T- 1 - u.it, iauiuueii. ior some
, th vint, lnaanf est amateurteamiu the coal fl.lds. ItTotlonwa3for an interlocutory ,ln- time with Salli. Wl.lt.l,.J I. th. lin.
as It provides a sys- ,wl" 7, "1. .I JST" f Jinn UDCtlon ordcr that tbe 'lalntlff8 bo al1 uw. uas "PM position with a Arm
tn anhnhi ttni1. " ?" -r-. -; loweu, pendente lite, to occupy tne at Catasauoua.
SECRET SOCIETY DOINGS.
SMl.lt TI.-KIU of Interest lo I lie M.m
b.rs of th. Prat.rultv.
Lehigh Council 101, Jr. O. U. A. M.,
ot town, tn order to Increase its mem
bership, has secured a dispensation
and rednoed the Inttatlon fee, to (2.00
between the ages of 18 and 35 and SIX 1
from there on up. This reduction has
already been the means of considerably
Increasing the membership.
Franklin Lodge, K. of II., 2037, are
circulating a oiroular among the lodges
of the state asking for contributions
for John Kromer, or East WeUsport,
who has been indisposed for some
time past. John is worthy and we hope
th. contributions will be liberal.
At the session of the Grand Com
mand.ry, Knights of Malta, at Lan
caster, en Wednesday, the Past Com-,
mander's degree was conferred upon
th. following: Alouza Ehard and 3 roll,
of B.rwi.k; II. F. Pascoe, Nescopeok;
W. H. Stroh, Jr., Mauch Chunk; John
Burtts, Nantlooke; E. G. Froy, Nesco
peok; W. C. Fortune, Bloomsburg;
John C. Lentz, Lehighton; J. M.
Hunner, Bloomsburg. Tbe next semi
annual session will be held at Berwick
Uintah Tribe, No. 333, Improved
Ord.r et Red Men, East Mauch Chunk,
recently organized, is growing fast lu
m.mb.rship. The original Hit of
thirty now nnmb.rs fifty-three. At
the nesting recently four "pale
fa.es" were adopted. The Hunter's
tlegree was conferred upon three, the
Warror's on two, and th. Chiefs on
fly. Besides the above there was lu
stsUatlos ot officers. The following
are th leading ones: Sachem, John
Dleckman, Jr.; Senior Sagamore, J. M.
Il.sa; Junior Sagamore, C. W. Leutz;
R.tper of Records, Wm, Isaaos, au3 1
Keeper ot Wampum, David Beltz.
Th oHoers of Weatherly Lodge,
No. 691, 1. 0. 0. F., for the term just
oomiB.notng, ar as follows: N. 0.,
F. M. Mussslman; V. (., Robert Schuch
holtz; See., John F. Davis; As. Sec.,
Ellas II. HufTord;Treas,S. E. Schoon
erer; Warden, Wesley Bleat b; Conduc
tor, Levi F. Wagaer; I. O., A. Eggen.
w.U.r; R, S. to N. G., August Bartsck;
L. S. to N. O, Solomon Steward; K.S.
to V. G., Ckas. Sshucbholtz; L. S: to
V. OiCkas. Andrews; Trustees, L. F.
Wagn.r, R. V. Smith and Daniel Rouse.
With th tnstitutiou of TaborCastio
No. 164, Kmlghts of the Golden Eagle,
ot Philadelphia, April 11, every Castlo
in Pennsylvania from No. 1 to No. 470
buluslv is In existence. The entire
ohain t 470 links of this brotherhood
is Intact. The membership In Penn
sylvania on December 31 last, as com
died front the reports was 40,112, an
noreas. of 1815 during the past year.
Since th.n at least 2CX.XJ members have
been added by initiations and new
church edifices for religious worship The Lutheran congregation have
at stated times, alternating with the purchased a lot on White street from
defendants in the ocoupancy. Judge the L. O. & N. Co., on which they will
uuuuuu ouiia their new church. The pric
would gladly see those parties como to I paid was H00.
some amicable arrangement by which The annual rennrt nf k. m
all the members of the congregation of the poor fer this borough shows that
would harmoniously worship In the the reoelpts from all sources were
cuurcu uuiiaiugs, ou. we aro unaoie to KKS.40. Th expenditures. 151.W
find authority to make the order asked Balance in the box flGf)
for Hero we have two parties, -Carriage and wan.n h,,.. ...
divisions of the sauio congregation, learn a point or two of information to
claiming to bo the regular aud lawful their advantage if they look up Henry
congregation, and entitled Jo exclusive Chrlstman's new adtertlsement as
........ : i. i , ii.., . . .... r
itutoCTMuu, om u uu nig meir uira pearing eisewnere in to-day'a nanor
pastor and oltlcers. Which of these -The fair and festival under theaas
parties Is right, In this claim cannot be pices of the Ladies Faithful Frl.nda.
determined In the present state of the opened in school kail 6n Thtmdav
tilnaltiti. .1. n.n Anl li. .T.l.nnltiari I . 1 j.,, .. . . J-l
r.v......,B. ...... uu.j uuviHiiu oirmiiK uuu win ue conunueu rrlday
on final hearing on tho coming iu of and Saturday evenings. The benefit is
tne master s report. ' " we express for a noble purpose and should b. well
no opinion upon the merits ef the case, ntrnnit..
. n.ic nm Ti... k .1.1- ..1 patronized.
until final h'enrincr." The first quarterly conference and
The tavern license of John Eckhart, uusiness meeting of the Ebenezer
nt Little Gap, Was transferred to Wm. Evangelical church will be held In
.i. cauan. sehool hall, on this Friday eyanlng at
mo utiuru iiwuso ui iilijuu.v juii. i . :ni "ho tin vRn-.Mn.4 n t t
East Mauch Chunk, was transferred to ' n " , '"'Z "ufc "
Es..nk c.i..,ii.i. 1 served on Sunday at 7i30n.m. Pr.aM.
Tho i.ittrn iiH.,.Lnf VronW RnT.7,i. ln8 E1ler Leopold, of Allentown will
binz. East Mauch Chunk, was trans- officiate.
terroa to-Martin tjcuwciuinz. Mrs. Jennie Williams, formerly of
Aaron D. Miller was appointed an as- the east side, is now installed in the
Bistaut assessor for Mahoning town-ln.i-fl.M ir. i.i rr .... . . .
. . . v """iii iiuspiuii a. vtasn-
U,P- inonn. Tl M frm ,.1 1- .
, M , t a , -I nuD,ua win gruu-
riVK HUNintKii ikii.i.aus. uate a trained nurse. All her friends
BEN IN fflS MUSSEL
O. IV. Mt.rlhliu.r t. lillt.r ot M. rttsHit
lite OI,J.t or 11 n A.aor
Quite a little exeltemeal nss ftia-.d
In f r.Mt of t he imt unie u I-'inlay
noon when Councilman licuiaiuur
Kunts, of the f. w., run up sgaiust th.
editor of this newspaper and demaadeil
a retraetiuu of what hail appeared iu
'ouroolumA rerlncting. on Ins "itiya1
highness. Ben bad blood in hi-, .ye:
his nad was way p and when ht-was
calmly told that no possible ret! ai t i a
could be made, he gave loud ami em
phatic expression .t his Intetil nit I
lo us up iu two minutes." Mr. Kai.L.-
slx foot two and tips a Wrhaiik.
Staudard scale at au eveu 2i" i o we
dUlu't for a single mouteat tlispute In.
ability on that point, but quietly de
termined to trust to the Justness of
our oaUhe for esnap from tbe suddea-
deveiopetl bruiser. Ben Bustcret',
got red iu the face and squared off
several times, erid.atly aulculuHua uui
ulueiuble point: then he bnttenul
up Ills coat aud rolled up in
sleeves so that nothing could pui
sibly Interfere with the syHtematii aUj-
planueil annlhalatlen of our tuor
humble self. Like the martyrs of old
we were calmly waitiugjfor tbe end
hen outside interference preieute.t
further earning out of BeuV tfegatlj
rama In whieh he bad forced us t o
become au actor. He has vowed to get
even some how, aJ though we have
been advised by tk wha knew ki
character to seek tk. protection of th.
law yet we feol that nur deceney aad
self respect will pr.teet us fully from
tbe mud aud crazy antles of a defeated
puppet whokuowi no law outside hi.
own. We have o desire to make
capital out of Mr. Kttntz's fonlikues.,
yuLne feel like remindluu him ul Uie
fact that he is setting a very bad .
ample for the cvming generation ui
these wild publlo demonstrations and
he should endeavor to put a check oi.
them before It is too late. Uu actum
Friday has made him as liabel to
thelawasauycohim.il braggat. Wo
believe his conscience will be punish
meat ehough in this case for mth bu
slnglo exception he lias the cuudem
natiou ot our entire people, if ke t
wise aud lets well enough alone it i
possible that he may regain public coa
fldeuco to a degre. at least, but he
must cut loo. i) from some of tbe In
flu'ences that now caatrul hint. In the
meantime he Is beiag caret uily watched
Miss Abble Bowman, of Bowmans
terra, spent Sunday.with New Mahon
Our publlo sehools closed a six
months' term this week.
Th Normal Square Literary
So.ity will be re-organized on Satur
Miss Ida Zimmerman and Oscar
Zimmerman left on Saturday to enter
the West Chester Normal school.
-Miss Ellen Hoffman and William
Breiner war married on the 1st Inst.
The closing exercises of the Normal
Squar school were held last Satur
The sacramint of the Lord's Sup
per was administered in St. John's
ohar.h last Sunday by Rev. W. H.
Misses Sallle Walker and Ida
Fritzlngtr, of Lehighton, were visiting
tn th Valley daring this week.
Th personal property of tbe late
Jebn B.aalnghoff, deceased, was diS'
posed of at publlo sale, Saturday.
The Sacrament of the Lord's Sup.
per will b. administered to the Re
forms, congregation of St. John's
chares next Sunday morning by Rev.
A. Bartholomew, At the same time a
lass of some thirty catechumens will
be confirmed. Preparatory services on
on Saturday aft.rnoon.
FROM NI. IIOLLOIV.
trotter from Dildlne Si.yder, of Tarry- fjur years. Dr T- K j,nrri ,ure6 Ti,e ney. Jos. S. Lame, pastor of the
VlllO, vaa. n A Irar itvswouM AtwluwUf V. l...v.,.t. -..Ill llnn . .,.1.1..,..
ft A nnllfv wm nnutvl tin fif-. rtm I . . . . I .....
v - - ' i ifuut. mift fMf. rim unnnihtmanu I ni tiiA nilf.rtinnii uiBlrm. anil tin M w.
t t. i i i !.. i I " 1 "
u.uit,.itnt.i,.itit.mtui.iUj were oontlrmed by CounolL
instrtuK u B.uu auti unntt-ttuum, i vtua
slgneil: "Uncle Sam's White Caps."
Peeple go to jail for such work.
g The Lutheran k Reformed church
will be repainted and improted at sn
early day. The money to defray the
oott of the contemplated improvement
lia. nearly all been collected by Deaoon
ft On Thursday eveniug ot last week
betwetm the bout, uf six and sevea o'
eloek, the residence of Daniel FriU
naught fire aud was entirely consumed,
Most of the contents were saved. There
was enly a partial insurance on the
destroyed building. Thl, la the second
time that the Are fiend has visited Mr.
Krita .the first time being 'about 12
years ago when the roof was burned
elf tbe building.
ehoir will slug a few .elections. The
The Carbon County Commission- Tarosqua Quartette will also render
ers will receive bids up to Monday, Mime ohoi.e vooal muslo.
April 2i, for the ereotlon of the newt Delegations from tbe various orders
court house. All bids must be aoconi- from all parts of the state will be prea-
panied with a 4C00O bond. It Is in-1 eut, and Chief Arthur i. expected to
tended that the f urnl.hed structure I preside. It Is fully expected that 3C 304
shall oast not mere than 180,000, and it visitors will I. in town and the hotels
will be well for the Commissioners to I ar making the necessary arrangements
keep well inside that amount. 1
As the time of election of a suooessor
to T. A. Snyder tor superintendent of
-J. Ward Marshall, employed as I Mt,ools. U near at band, aud beoaiue
olerk in tbe Jeanesville (tore, was 0f the Interest the teachers manifest
united In marriage to Miss Mary Per ry iu the new olioioe, I, as one, give my
daughter of Owen Perry, of Ikwrer I re.,u TCky Trot. Balllet should be the
Five Hundred Dollars will b paid here hope for her success in her new
by lir. llowers tbe Specialist. Ior a case profession.
or Asthma, catarrh, riles or tilling A. F. Snyder Is fl.ln nn l .i
rlts lie laus to cure, unronio disease,! .,, - -----.
P.nA.r Tiim.ni lllnn P.lutt Tl.tin.r,. I Shape tllB TOOm IaUly OOCBOlftd by
sla, Liver, Kidney, Rheumatism, Ilsart Mr. Kuhns, and when finish it will be
uisease eurea. r emaie disease so., one or the handsomest piano pari
tnu scretiou or young men, Meniaii i h Ihloh v.u. . . .
Decay, loss of strength power, nervous- n'rfflll'fbI ll
nVn. Xn oYt.orimont hnf . cnr to have it finished by May 15. h will
Thousands cured by my own new then he able to display planes to better
methods of treatment, over 20 years in advantage. Aaron certainly la a hastier
eoustant practice. Consultation free Th. ..ku ..i i .... t- . ,,
at the Welssport Iiouse, Welport, Pa. 7Tho Public schools of tb Franklin
Will remain until the first of May Independent district closed for the
Come at ouoe. 3-28-3m. term to-day. The teachers,Profs. Smy-
rr. .. ,. er, A. D. Rlsh.l and Misses Mar
Z V l?";!', Whitehead and Mamie Oswald des.ry.
the date following the name on the oommeudation for the hard work d.n.
labels or their papers, liy referring loi uy mem in tne school during tbe past
this they can tell at a glance how they term. All the scholars show credltabl
.,1I1U UU 1 11 13 IMIM Gib IUI. UUIVD. . Ill
Fin. Lluatit ll.rn.M.
A full Hue of single and double har
na, whlias, fly nets, sweat pads, sum
mer blankets. Jttv, for spring trade at
very reasonable prle.s at Milton Ilory's
Wetuiwrt, l tf
nuts' Hlrkorr Suits.
TIlAk. .llli. K.U. ...t.l. Ir...... ,l...ui.
--Tiiomas Kmithens. who llv. back RrH (loubla MW(M, ud ba
1. 1 this town in Ihe neighborhood or ui,. iii. . n ,i... ...t. ...
Boater Kuu,i quite seriously ill from one Ptlee lUr Clothing Hall, llanch
injuries .ustaiued while serving Uncle CUunki at a myiBg f :B ,w Mut
Stiui u a suldier in the late war. ,
Kmitlier-., iu In. time, was one of the ' -.rsui.
-.Iruugi-st men iu the ueigfaliorhooit. A piano box buggy io first Has eon-
ttt tbe ivaiu. regiment and dttion Apply to B. K. Cultou. onpo-
Meadow, at nine o'oloek Thursday
mernlng in St. Mary's Catholto ohnroh,
Beaver Meadow. The neremooy was
performed by the Iter. Father Bnulr,
pastor of the ohureh, 4-Uie prukeuoe
ot a large circle ot friend.. Mr. Thos.
Iiowrv, of Jeauesville, was beet man
ami Mis Mary Ferry, oouain bl the
bride performed the fumttioua of
A unraber of new dwelliug houses
are tn oeuree of ereclien here. The
resumption of the colliery at this plaoe
lias caused business to become brighter
than it baa been during the winter,
man without any reflection on the
qualifications of the other aspirants. 1
tay (a) That he it eminently fitted for
the duties ot the ollloe, by natual abil
ity, by training and experience; (b)
That ne is a very successful aud stimu
lating toucher; (c) That he l a man of
ideas, alive with tb. spirit of progress;
(d) Ami what is worth all the,, that
he has executive ability and the art of
doaliug with men.
A. (i. MrsSELHAN
advancementin their respective classes
n.,t.mi ti.rrin s..nA3 puouo meeting in oag.rs if all
means that Benjamin is paid up to ' e"nlD not "
JuueW, 1893. By keeping the figures largely attended as It should have
in auvanoe oi me present naie suu- neeu. xne meeting, however, decided
wriuen wiii uuiu ueiu.1 uuu that to seoure the shoe faotery an ef-
ttia i.nhll.l.r mnnti tmttlila iin.l innn,. I . .
Iii fort should be made to raise tk cast
tal .took of 10,000 by subscription.
rillll.lC HAI.K ltKllISIKlt. .r,l.i. .j. ' , .,i '
TJ ,i. i .!. t ill. ...t.,t...i I A i.v. n uuuimiiieo will n.ii on
at our ofiloe. oau positively save ten Pur o'tlsens. 40U shares will be Issued
cent ou every dollar, ou the price I at 125.00 each. A eoncerted eff.rt
oliarged elMwhere, and seoure a notice should be made to secure this prize.
.'wHi TZTSr-VsrWi'C Th8 blowing letfrs remain in the
lull almost while you wait V have P0' m'6 uncalled for: Lizzie Twedle,
all kinds of display farm cuts to lllus- Mrs. John Pohl, George Baehman, F.
trate mils, ii you omit come, send us Dondi Mr. Yaunt, butcher, Moses Am-.IS.dte.5L-U.
WUItam Stewart, Phillip KnoPp,
buoilae tXatk uul aousoltoW ioo.u. JoeeDbKoch.John EvanaJaoobOravsr.
Wilson Donner, John Gillespie, Panl
O George F. Lentz left on Saturday
for West Chester where be will attend
th state normal school.
O Ray. Brelnlg delivered an inter
esting discourse to th Peunsville con
grsgauou on uui rjunaay.
O Dennis Nothstine, of N. Square,
will locate his portable steam saw mill
n th William Werner property for
whom he has contract to saw logs.
Q NIs Hollow s.hcol closed on last
Friday. Teacher Wilson Harding left
for horn tk same day.
O William Warner, proprietor of the
Mountain Hetel, will build an addition
t his hostl.ry.
E. J. Lentz, tbe popular plasterer,
ts cleaning up his tools. Ed knows
how to handle tb trowel.
Ilcrunnotl Mlulsl.r. at WrUstMirt.
On Uui Moaaar U BtionuM Ulalararuii Kelfer, Frank Arner, George Hahn
VSSSSP ItMIByirj Aaron Kooas. David Rhurio, Irilliam
wbouira n.Mor of Zion's Betoi iaM eliurtu. u- Hahn. Is your name on the llatf If
hlautoa, read a miwr oa 1 rvier, sn.aod a """ ' , 7. "u lu "
lively dfioiuttioii roikmrt. so, oall for yeur utter.
A&r. -Borough auditors Milton Flory.
&$Xtt2SS Charles Nusbaum and Henry Shoe-
er. tn miiifny. .wciibiiio -uur awwM won, i maco.r uate iMHieu me annual nnan
Ttir uf it unellnii oi tbe AaMH-Uainn .111 or aeld
.1 rtu-rywne m Ki
i n - -.irtuigi-st iui
I-mr AQ m tie ii,.i,Ko,i
KJJJ- U 1 fcliilJ, t.uullJtlI1J. tbe senior of the Auvo.uk " l trk, Mr.t Wreet, LehUtb
ll (welt pauuu of K$ per aientb.
First .treat. Op. Koaud lioua
U.uf. ud st.y.' Suit.
A cu.li diaoount of 10 per oent will lie
allowed ou all reaily.niade clothing for
I.. th. hiu. ktlu. WHhuuI U.ml.k nlvlii
AUOHNItlKIi. I .bout Uui o'ckMk. Tb. horn's f,Mi was cuughl
lu the rail, ana before lue aitliual euuld b cii
Tito Anilonrioti li.Mr. .t.hlM IrlraUHl an auoroacbluji tio .tritt It tiie borav
lue Auuenrletl livery stable DlJ liroke (l..k itu escid by luu.u-
Fridav ohauged haad Mr. Humphries lug trout tu oatrto.
of Freeland, becoming proprietor of
the same. Al Crawford, who has been
eial statement for the borough. This
ilmui mailt showa that. Ihn trtf .1 nvulnta
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...... SWini,,. t.l Fjuu II.,,. I, 1,1 k . n.ovio.li. lUUiHirau
Jriviitii on i tb. .uiiiri.1 ri.iii.j.ti mowlna un ditu res, 1868.70. Balanoaoftax dopll
oate unoolleoted, tlSi.14. Tbe principal
expenditures during the year were
Th. n.riuoul. Club Kolrtlud.
There was a most deliehtful cather
tho nait thirty duv.. at Houtiheini 's I proprietor of the stables, will go inpart iug of the members uf the liarwonta
Tailoring Hail, Afauub Chunk. uerhi. with his uuele in tbe stripping 1 Club at the palatial resideure ef Wm. We will make you better and cheaper
i .nu, t.tt r i iu. r.ou.uu, wu.u iu emu nolttt to order for tbe next thirty day
Thomas Smithtrs. of Nesuuehon
ing, moTSa to this place Thursday.
is visiung at iienry uauzer's.
Charles Arner has removed his
steam saw mill to Parryvllle where
will caw lumber for J. Peters.
George Lentz, a teacher in our
Bubll school, l.ft for college Saturday,
e enraged Milton Strauss to teach
one day this week, which ended our
six months' school term.
Monroe Hslser is building a new
house In place ef the one destroyed by
ar sosa lima ago.
Charles Ebertwill build an add!
tlon to his bouse.
A Oml r.lnt for You
to consider is tbe great reduction we
have made In our boys' suits and pants
on whloh w. will allow you a oath dis-
aouat of 10 per cent, this with our
former reduction will give you clothing
at on. halUt the One Price Star ClotliJ
ing Hall, Mauch Chunk.
LmIL. Cum aud Jubili for 1K0S
W ar dally recelvlug new styles
ladles' garments which we are selllug
cheaper than ever at tbe One Price Star
doming nail, uauon Chunk.
Wfc.08 for electric light and tlXM for
work ou bl reels, iiurlng the year nu
merous Improvements were mad by
uouuctl. r i
Suit, sad Trauft.r. Msdi I. Ord.r.
, I'untract butiuesa.
n..t tKlrtw rt ...
Uye WhUkey, I1..VI. per gallun, at , "f, . ,, ',!?' '"J.,T tbau ever before, and onnasv you from
M. Martin's Uquur Store, M.uch j - All kiud of Uwkhai.dfliie.tuti.il. u.,,
VUUll., . fij . a, .wh. ' uuu. m myym i.,i,u ...p. ,N. UUtUlli.
There was some excitement id I nis
couaty on Monday when it was learned
that several fourth-class postmaster.
had been upftoiuted for this section
during the previous week by the post
master general. Thomas V. Dinan ea
Saturday receired his oomansstnn a."
postmaster for East Mau.h Chunk.
.nd William Gallagher was mad. p oi
at Heaver Meadow. E. J. Hurry was
appointed at Audesried.
The appointments were made on l!n
recommendation of Congressman VYrt-
Mutchlerat the instigatien sf Oeoigi
W. Esser who is now haviag his tuning ,
DktIiI II. UU Dead
David HatcbrSged abouttit, forcaum
years a resident of this place and Psc a-
erton, died oa Sutarday after a shoi i
illness. Funeral services were holil
his late residence on s.uth Ku.t stu et,
Monday evening Rev. Duugan, of the
M. E. ehurch, olflointing. lutermeui
was maslo'on Tuesday ui tbe cumrt n .t
at Port Clinton, Sehuylkill twui.t)
Deceased was twi.a mat ried, his see
ond wife survives with eae sua A
Hatch, ef Easton.
Curbull a.untr Fuir.
Tho stockholders af th. Carlinn C',.
Iudustrial Society m.lattho Liekango
Hetcl on Jnnday aftwa.an President
Thomas Koons pr.sid.d. Many mat
ters appertaining to the development
of the interests of the society w.rc
talked of and It was deemed advisable
that the annual exhibition sbuald We
held somewhat earlier in the s.asei
than heretofore. Secretary Listen h.
Bauer and Iienry Ceinamau, of Lo.sr
Mauch Chunk, wer. In atteudaac
Judgo Arohtbald, ef LaukawaTnia
county, has handed d wn a deri'mri
that Ihe ooniity is nor liable for any
expenses incurred t.jt townshiit bum
borough auditor f.u the wuik ei
formed lu having finisd aud di.tibu
ed election ballot sutstM the sinni..s
of the Baker bailut law. Thu act do.
not provide tb.it na.v eoaiaxuusatina
shall be paid thorn it ikeyaiepail 0
must com frti'it t uii.i in in ii.iuih
To K'lii a n t.-i.
William J. liirtv . was f n a. !i
lerkin the Central W tel, an 1 attai
wards maaagttr nf a I 'Snsulle llutcl
has purchased a hnl . I at Aquavlureit
Carbon oountv, utll acau earlt lf .'
take possesbi.n. II i Ritter is -through
hotel man aui will certain';
make a success .i i t- , laeiia.iiii;
Richard llinntk a mil km. ah ..at
esteemed Nes,pi li ,nt,,' iner.hutit.il t t
on Sunday lit kl I pea t.K.r snti
ried. Onw si-tt-i. in- Kit-huiii r.,
deu. and t.n ln.Hii. William ivitl
John Branoli -uivive
Ifui A J Ltiti il , Sl.k.
Hon. utlreu J 1 1 n 1 ng, of f I.- - t
has been ctuiflned 1" tlm buutt tl'irn
tbe past ten da-s it i, a seveie Hi'in.n
not serious ladi.tmsii m. Ui ern, .
friends In town sad totally k t tn
soon se him about ag.iin
HuMilelet. adloiuhu Bau Ku,n
r. Hullabl. tor sk.iiak.r lt i
11. Oswald. Kail ff.Uapotl K.
(.uth.raa r.slor.1 Hliag.
Tb. rnliilitrr. of th. tjilh.ru, I'uti.rui 1 .
sodalM ol the Dsoer toMak Valtoy, lield Uwir
reruiar mMllex hmmiu anwuoun it tae ml
dao of llrt. 3. a feetaluH, Uallriou. Tb.
dlscsasloa was on theological aud prattlcl
ttuU!d.ft. TSot. ttrsst war. Krvs ,1 i.
AfiU.bkM-. mt lllulkili. E. A. Hmii.-i I u
aaaar, w. m. duuiu, uaigoiitt. I i.iimIiii tt ,. .
iruia. Vtsaab O&balt, J. It S.hit.itll .ml a , I'nitrtl 'M.i s.
U. UWW1US WIU IJf I 1... tl
. wtta Brv. Bfiuttit (Jo., U0 V .1
of M n .
i ni an lit
th 1 . tr
rnt nt Ft, tn!
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A crpBm ol t;irt..
now th r M iii