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"INDEPBNDBNT"-"LIVE AND LET LIVE.
VOL XXI. No. 23.
Lehighton, Carbon County, Fenna. April 22, 1893
$1.00 a Year in Ad vane
mH, HAVfc YOU READ THE AuVLJUATE THIS WEEK ? THE
ORliilHAL CHEAP GASH STORE
HaveTou Seen Our
New Spring Stock
Of Trlnts, Percsls, Sateens, Seersucker
Apron and DrMl Olnchams, Cba'.ltes.
muslins, sheetings, tickings, Jfulna obeVI
oil, outing flannels, Ao, '
The above have boen bought bv the case
and marked at such low prlen, It Is safe to
say that the same class of meterlals can
not bo bought auynays near the prices In
TliI I season we are nhowlnc an entire
new line of Gimps with combination
oolorg, to match the most delicate shadoof
dress material. Tbty are marked close
aud ate bound to moyo quick,
OUH NE W Sub Umbrellas In colors aro
beauties they ar all the rase this reason.
&U and sea our stock. It affords tis a
great pleasure to show goods.
J. T. NUSBAUM,
Phut Street. ttween .South ami Hum streets,
Leli lull ton, la.
A WEEK'S NEWS CONDENSED.
rrldar, April 14.
An oil fire In Buffalo destroyed the
twelve acre refinery of A. S. Holmes,
causing 11,000,000 loss.
It Is Raid Drexel, Morgan & Co. have de
cided to undertake the reorganization ot
the Richmond Terminal company,
A cyclone visited Roblnsonvllle, Miss.,
twenty miles from Memphis, and leveled
tverythlng in Its -path. Seventeen were
killed and three others have since died
from their injuries. The same cyclone
caused tnuoh damage and some loss of life
in St Joteph, La.
Saturday, April 15.
PeteSpence, of Sentinel, A. T killed
five Mexicans in ten days. The Mexicans
had threatened to kill Spence.
Hon. Hoke Smith, secretary of the In
terior, left Washington last night for his
home In Atlanta on a brief visit,
A letter received at Zanzibar from Tlppu
Tib's son confirms the report of the death
of Kmin Pasha and all his people.
Sixty destitute British emigrants, who
arrived nt Southampton from Australia,
report it impossible to find work in Aus
tralia. Near Fort Gaines, Ga., an unknown
negro murdered Bob Burnett, a popular
storekeeper. The murderer was captured,
tied to a pile of wood, .saturated with oil
and burned to death by a mob.
Monday. April 17.
Mary Anderson Navario Is writing a
book of stage reminiscences.
The Imperial Council of tho Mystic
Khrlme of North America meets in Clu
natt May 12.
Amass meeting in Newark, N. J., last
night protested against the ratification of
thu Italian truaty.
Most European sovereigns have congrat
ulated King Alexander of Servia upon his
newly acquired power.
The Duke of Vt'ragua.thelineal descend
ant of Christopher Columbus, arrived in
New York Saturday as the guetit of the
In a battle between Italians and Hun
garians at Milneevllle, Pa., MI elm el Mo
reutzl and Michael Beritz, Hungarians,
were killed aud several others dangerously
wounded. Two missing men are supposed
to be dead at the bottom of a mine hole.
Tin-nlay, March 18,
Tho president may decide to surrender
to Chile the two refugees now In the United
Mates legation building at SautUgo.
Mr E. II. Strohel, of New York, the
nenly appointed third assistant secretory
of state, assumed the duties of his otllce
A fast train on the Auburn railroad'
crashed Into an open switch at Shortsvllle,
N. Y Engineer Johu MoManU Jumped
from the engine aud was killed-
The total number of fourth class post
matters appointed yesterday was 131, Of
this number seventy-nine were to ill! va
cancies caused by resignations and death.
Wliiesaay, April ID.
The well known writer on cheas, Jean
Dufresue, died in Berlin.
A cyclone In Arkansas killed eleven peo
ple In Kourche valley, Scott county,
The Baltimore and Ohio Ball road com
pany today declared Its regular dividend.
Yesterday's chest game between Iaker
and Show alter, nt Kokomo, Iud., resulted
In a draw
A great religious revival, led by Evange
list Mim J out, is reported at Bowling
It is said that Hev. W. N. MoVkkar, of
Philmh-lphtu, will succwd the lat Phil
lips Hmoks as Episcopal bishop of MasMcv
Tlie mauagvra of the different banks In
"tiMiford, Out., ha deutilwl Ut M?t a
ili -count of per cent on all American
hiIwt itint pa over their count ws ou
aud after May 1.
TlmrMlity. April 20,
A London dtpntch nimounotts the ae
rt it lUiiiws of the Karl of Derby.
A convention of Christian Prohibition
ists has been eatlcd to meet In New York
on Sept iil and L
Millionaire O. M. Barnes, of Laualng
Mich, ts ruliml by tho failure of the
IaHitMng Iron and Engiue works. HU lus
Is ImU a million;
Assistant Seoratary Hamlin has .In
etrurted the collector of custom at Duf
falo t. refuse witry to fiwb, th product of
1 1 iiHiiHV flsherlea.
Ice moMiig off the Clearwater river at
lied Lake FalU, Minn., took out the
Great Northern railway bridge. Ioe 'is
pih fnurteeu feut high.
The New York chamber of oowmwoe
teiuleml a rcwptlou ut the Waldorf to the
Duke of Veragua and pArty yetr(Uy
aft. rnoou. There was a laige crowd In
Salts simI 1'Mnts Matte to Orlr.
A fine suit or natr of paiita oau be
made to order at Somlhehu's Tailoring
Hall. Mauah Chuuk, at a aavtug of 33
per cent Fit, styles and workmauahlp
AY ALP'S EAGLE STORE.
Teople who buy at our Store
always go away aaUsHcil Iw
causo we Klve thiu tbalr
tnoney's worth, then too, tli.y
hare a lartt. KMurtuiaut. of all
kinds of aeneral Store Good
to aeleot row.. Ouluo good,
tboM of Vail aud Winter patt
erns wf arc elosliw; oat at re
uvtion 1'iiree lu order to
uiakerH,n. f..i (MtreprUtg ar-
ri.al of ff 1st uhii h we iuteod
ts euritil nil piv loiiH ex
hlniUoaa. Vl p c .i .liully
usrite you to 'i.- an. I -u uv
r i.'st atoeet. Op. Bound liuusea.
OUR FIAO riAUtED DOWN."
Commissioner Blount Ends the Froteo
torate Over Hawaii.
HoKOLrtD. AprllC The stars and strlpe
which for two month have floated from
t he government build In gi.liave been hauled
down, and the remaining forces from the
United States cruiser lioston hare been
sent 'on board. Nothing Indicative of
American Authority remains in Honolulu
tare Milliliter Stevens and CommlMtonei
jAmcw H. Blount, of Georgia, the latter ot
Whom alts in his easy chair at his cottage,
cogitating, no One knows what. On April
1, In the presence of a crowd numbering
probably 8.0(H), Lieutenant Draper, marina
JAMES B. BLOtNT.
officer of tho Iloston, blew the notM of the
retreat from bis bugle, and "Old Glory"
aank. from the iht of the throng and was
replaced, by the colors of the Hawaiian
monarchy, which still remains tho IWg-of
On the afternoon of March 31 the com
ro.Mioner held a lengthy conference with
President Dole and the ministry, at
which he notified them ofhh Intention tn
declare off the protectorate established by
Minister Stevens Feb. 1, It Is understood
THK IIAWAI1AW FLAG,
that lie gave as his reason therefor that
the Washington administration did not
regard the protectorate as necessary, and
further that It was Incompatible with any
diplomatic negotiations that might be ar
ranged between the two countries. The
United States, however, would brook no
hostile interference In llavnllan affairs
by any foreign power.
To I'usli tlie tit ; Trlnl.
Providence, April 20. John J. Devcn
!sh, who wan a witness for the government
In tho case of tlie state of Colorado agaluU
Dr. Thatcher Graves, charged with the
murder of Mr. Josephine A, Barnaby, has
received a letter from-Dlntrict Attorney
Steele, of Denver, askltlg him to attend
the trial of Dr. Grnes ou May 23, and
promising him reasonable expenses. In the
event of Mr. Devcnlsh' inability to be
present In May, Mr. Steele asks if he can
go to Denrur during the fatl term.
l'ouml on tliM C'car'c Table
BERL1X, April 20. The Hussian czar,
now at Llvndla palace in the Crimea,
found an exquisitely painted egg ou his
table. It contained a small silver dagger,
two Ivory death heads and a slip of paper
bearing the wools "Christ has risen; we
h1o shall rise again." The egg must have
leen placed on the table by one of the
czar's household, as'nobody else has access
to the rom in which It was found. The
guilty perJun has not been apprehended.
Two Killed In a StAiur Kxploilon.
Dktkoit, April 20. "When the steamer
Choctaw., Captain Smith, coal. laden,, from
Cleveland to Milwaukee, was entering the
lake the cylinder head blew out. Nelson
Chambers, the cook, was so badly scalded
that he died with I ir ten minutes. C. Jones,
fireman, died after being taken to the hos
pital. F. P. Thompaou, oiler, was badly
burned. IBs recovery is doubtful. The
engineer, F. Smith, was badly but not dan
Hank rrcltlent Mnnlier Arretted.
OMAHA, Neb , April 30. C. W. Mosher,
the pruaidftnt of the wrecked Capital Na
tional bank, of Lincoln, Neb., was brought
to Omaha jestenlay under arrest by a de
puty United States marshal, and his
friends are trying to secure his release on
bonds. Moeher was released on $10,000
bonds immediately after the bank failure
last January and then disappeared. On
Tuesday he returni'd.
Sllnlater limit U to Hull ou Saturday,
New York, April 30. Hon. James B.
KiistU has hit instructions aud credentials
from the state deiiartment nud will sail
from this city on Saturday for Paris. His
son will accompany him as wxxmd secre
tary of tlie legation.
N lUg Sunlit l'e Strike.
TopRKA, Kan., April SO. The threatened
spread of the strike Of the Sauta Fe men
has itubslded, and there is no longer any
reason to twltevo that any of the remalu
lng Ave orgauuwtloua on the system will
join the strike.
Tli Trentury Italauce Growl tif,
WAaHiNdTttM, April ). Seoretary Car
lisle stated last eeuiug that he bad ft..-
JlTtl.uM) frea gold In the United Staler
MaHry. This bad bevn obtalued pxlu
ei pally from the west In exchange for
Viola Tlioiupkuii Arretted.
CAPE Mai, April 'JO. Viola Thompson,
the yotiug girl charged with obtoulug the
tvther niMubers of her immediate family,
was arrested last nltrbt and held to await
the action of the ktmiuI jury.
Over llumlird IIouam DtMtrojcxl.
Bi'DA I'esTH, April UWThe village of
Jasalatlauy has bn vtltd by a mot dle
aMtrotu ooiinagratlou. Oae faindred and
twenty houwii were deatroyed and two
rjwsous were killed.
Four Mait KUlwJ In an Kipltxlou.
LKADVIUJ;. Col., April 19. Auexploston
lathe Husk-lvauhoeioiiie killed four men
and injured five. The identified dead are:
(too re louug. uoiuos &. itoiiey aud 1'.
Ol...lo.l WiU l'robablj AltMut.
VaaHlKUTOK, April 19. The predlit
baa nut dvcided whatber or not be will at
tend ton naval ball In New York, on April
ti, but it is prooabi. tat b will do no.
Vmr KIU1 Uy a Cyclone.
Tufkka. A pi II 111. Omcu Qtty wa
uaaiy aauuigid i.y a oyetou. latt uujut.
t our pi raona are killed.
lllshop tlroak.' aurMor,
I-iMLAUKU'HiA, April 10. A .peotal dl
paUih from Boston saya William N'eilMu
MeVlokar, of Holy Trinity church, Una
elty, tuu iwep unanimously acread upoo
by the couft-rruce of Kpi-Koiwluwa tewe
yerterday aa their oauuldaw for blahop of
Muaaaehnaelu, to tniooaud tu. late Phllllue
lleu. Strfrt4.m lrls.
PABia, April Ma Tke leflueaaa sliow.
uo abjaa of dleiiaMilng. Ou the oouirury,
the Moiteltty of and aud weak folks ln
nnaass, Lord Mowbray, who was tihuk
Parte, and the young Tiuthax, lpoiiguai
died of the diaeaae. Pt'li i. too, ia uu
i - lolin .Tolm
nu u tliti "Ulue Nti'.r
rati mint.! tu the tinaiiu
i i.M-. i M-.inlay He aaa
i. Hp1 Mtfi IIKWI ID CUttlllK
froai CI I,
I lirnoiji hi .1
at.'l Ini-t HtLtclced Charles
tOIII t I
iL a hlil
suit 1 1 il m
i I... ., WestchMer
id.-!, in hi. triuk..
.1 liaiui-l llilu..,,.
mi.! u-fi while he
mi. u oil.t i couni-U
.jnuiiou is sariiug
LOtML MATTltllS OF MOltK OU M3SS
Tfliat Has tlreiire.l lu this Oltr Hurlii; (tie
IVerk V.rtlnetitlr l.nltoiulleil hy Our
Toilet paper at Qabora,
Wedding rings at H. H. llohl's,
Fine teams for all purjioeea at tho
South End Llrery.
Good,"Mreng, beat truality Ham
mooke at (label's, LehlghUm.
;, Full lino of Ingrain and Uruaaels
jbarpeta at Henry Sohmti ta'e.
ltye lilakey, $1.60 pur tallou nt M.
lartlh'a Liquor Store, Munoh Chunk.
Fine free lunoli will be aerved at
W. A. 1'etera' nestaurunt ou Saturday
Kye Whiskey, S1.W per gallon, nt
M. Jlartlu's Liquor Btoio, Munch
Ears pearcetl f roe of cost wilhou
palu at E. II. Ilohi'e, Mauoli Chuuk
ust muko It a point to see Duvlcl
Ebbert when you want n team f or busi
ness or pleasure. Lowost prices.
Window aud door screens in big
assortment at (label's Lehighton,
Family washing taken and done lu
the best rnnuuer. Mrs. James lleuuott,
cor. ith aud Iron streets.
Electro Silicon only 7o per box at
E. H. Kohl's, JIaucU Chunk.
There Is talk of putting a bell lu
the Methodist chur.h belfry.
Krum it Kistler, of tho f. w., will
greatly enlarge and improvo their storo
building on tho corner of SecoHd and
Amnudos Rcbrig, of Dankway, re
joices over tho safe arrival of u bright
There Is a great demand for dwell
ings in this town.
Newest choico silronvure at E. II.
Hohl's, Maucb Chuuk.
Henry lleckendorf Is now moving
his deublo frame dwelling house ou
the corner of Second and Coal streets
olf the pavemeut.
Little Emma, daughter of Al and
Mrs. Hagerman, of First stroct, fell
against a hot rauge on Sunday and
painfully burned both hands.
Hare you seen the uew bonnet f
No I have had uch a bad headache of
of late, aud been so bilious that I could
uotgo out remedy Wright's Indian
All kinds ef books aud Hue station
ery at Lackenbaeh's, llauch Chunk.
There was a delightful assemblage
of the Sangerbuud members in their
pleasant room ou Baukwav on Thurs
day evening last, when the "Little
German Band" were their guests. Tho
ovenlng was dellf htfully spent.
The American House bar room has
been made quite attractive through
the efloVts of clerk Owen Grosscup.
Frauk 1'. Semmol, of Seooad street
is au applicant for post ofllce Inspector
for the Eastern district, Frank has a
big petition aud first-class backing for
Dr. P. I. Smith, of the f. w., is build
ing a pretty bay window addition to
his residence on tho Baukway side.
School director L. II. Nothstiap Is
back after spending the wlutor mouths
with his brothers In Mahoning and East
Penn. Lordy will make his home with
C. II., ou Third street.
A haudJ&mo walnut rotary desk
for tho use of tho Lehighton Water
Company, has been added to tho oillco
f urn iture of J. Sc II. Senboldt.
The Third ward Detuooratic ma
jority has this week been increased by
one, by the arrival of a baby boy at th.
home of L. O. J, Strauss.
Prettiest jewelry ut E. II. Hohl'si
Reuben Itehrlg and son Wesley, ac
oompaulcd by "Fetter" Ilontz, oausht
180 flnetront on Saturday from Carbon
county streams. This is the bigfost
catch made so far this season.
A letter received from the genial,
roTing Jeil M, Itehrig, by his parents
ou Second street, tells that he is in
Wyoming and that b will summer in
Chicago. Jetf is well and continues to
hustle which will be pleaaant Informa
tion to all old acquaintances.
The Methodist parsonage on the
corner of First and Alum streets, will
be improved by theadditiou of a bath
Mrs. Charles Wund and daughtor,
Mice Emma, this week moved from tho
a w., to Allentown, where they con
template making their future home.
The family nus accompanied by Miss
Cell a Smith.
Our young friend John Klpp, of
south Seooml street, entertained a large
number of Ida friends at delightful
celebration of hi. birthday anniversary
on Tuesday evening. The usual pleas.
autriea were engaged iu and refresh
ments were served during the ersnlug.
How many people In Lehighton
are aware ot the fact that the new bell
iu theCath.llo oh u rob is rung three
time every day At 6 a, m 12 o'eleek
noon aud at Op, ml The idea Is a
spleuded one and after our tieeple are
ouoe acquainted with the faot it will
prove a great oonveul.noe.
Our you ug friend Sylvester fins
der who Urea on Baukway goes about
ni business this week wearing au ex
tra .mile and feeling uiui.ually proud
over the safe arri.al of Hue twin table
a boy aud girl. Shake, Sylvester, we
hope the little ones may live aud luip
I dou't want you to buy. I only
want you to look at the largest lot of
biatb grade gold watches ever exhibited
in Mauoli Chunk, and learn the low
prices now quoted for a arat-elasa
watch, it may be to your Interest some
future time E. II. Hob the Jeweler.
John Gsftrua was the first of Iron
street property owners (between 3rd
aud 4th to lay (lavement, as per the
order of town council. If there is auy
oue piaoe in the borough where
pavement Is badly needed it is the
above plaee and all the owners of pro
perty should quirk ly comply with the
oriier isnieil by town council.
The flue team of boraea llimiHn,
to Krum A Kistler, the well-known
Second street general merchants took
, . , , 10011
into their heads to get fria-hten.l .,,,1
Iruuawiiy lst rhurkdayett-iiiuR They
daihod down Alum atreet at the AI. E
iarmuge aud theu dou l-W, enllid
i lug with uu mug posts at Mehrkain'
aud at t be poat ottice. t the lattei
j place knocking tha foul poats down
1 No one was hurt
o.imm.v county court.
Tile rlaee Where the "Slnr Kyeri floihleta"
Weighs the tlnoil and Had of Those who
are Culled up Front, for One Thing or
I'rom the M. t' Times:
two young men from Audeureid, whp
wereaocused of stabbing John MoIIugh
nt No. 1 bollerjhouse at Audenrled one
night last January, got olf quite lucky.
HcElvaluo was admitted ami llnnlrm
got oue-thtrd the costs. The other two
thirds were placed on.Chae. W. Tauner
the foreman of the oolllery, who hap
pened to be the prosecutor. The oase
against the two boys was not ns serious
hs reported ut the time of the occur
uunmu wncTllj u... Ill rjWIk 1UHUCI1
Chunk, plead guilty to the oharue nt
stealing pedestal brasses from the Le-
nign vuuey rounanonse at last Maucb
Chunk. Five dollars fine, rostnreil t hn
goods, and eight months in tho oounty
Jail was the sentence. The Sweeny
case was followed by the trlnl of John
1IB88, u rag dealer in the Second Wnrd
who was accused of having bought
tlie brass knowing thnt it was stolen.
Ho swore that he did not know the
brass was stolen, and the jury took
him at his word aud acquitted him.
Hass had a narrow escape, howovor.tho
clrcumstnucos agalnt him were very
strong, yet not sullloent to make a clear
case. It is likely that the rng dealersof
tins vicinity win uo quite ourerul for
some time lo oomo as to tho brass thev
Com. vs. Roman Ualkoskl; Indict.
meut, assault and battery prosecutor,
Thomas Oskn. This was a trivial affair
Itoniau paid one-third of tho costs and
The "whlte-onu" cases, of Welasnorf.
aro coritlnued to next term of Court.
When thoy woro called for trial, Attor
uov Craig moved to quash he Indict,
meats for the reason that the defe.nl
Haute were refusod a hearing befura
the Justice of the Peace'a right givlff'
them under tlie Constitution nud the
Act of Assemblv of 18S7. The point is
a now one, and Judgo Dreher ndjourn
ed'the oases to tho next term In order
to gain tlaio to examine Into the autho
rities quoted by the Attoruoy.
The last trial of tho session narted
u the middle, at ten o'clock this fora
noou, It was a sort of family affair by
parties residing near Lizard Creek
Junction, and is known as the Rehrig
cuse. After hearing tho larger portion
of the testimony Judge Dreher told the
Att.rneys Interested that the best thing
thelr clients could do was to come to au
amicable settlement. After a short
confab cack side agreed to pay half the
costs aud tho case was suddenly con
eluded, with the approving smtlo of
some of tho jurors.
The following Administrators' ru
ports were read confirmed til si! Est
ate of Georgo Kline deceased. Summit
Hill; estate of Morris W. Lungor, de
ceased. Mauch' Chunk township; aud
the estate of Polly Kresgo, deceased,
Frankiu township. In the estato of tho
late John G. Frey an alias order ot sale
was granted upon th Eamo tonus as
tho former order,
Josenh Hollehbach was nnnnlntAd
constable for the East-Ward Luusf ord
and Charles Cunningham was appoint
ed for-the Wost Ward.
The bill of costs for holdlni? nn In.
quest on the bodv of Edwin lyich. In
iu East Peun township, was not approv
ed. The Inquest was held by Churles
ltonrig, justice ot tue l'eace. The re
fusal to nonrove was bemuse the fnets
do not show any necessity for the In
Franz Mackl. of Mauch Chunk. .T. k
Hawk, of Kidder, aud John D, Blttnor,
report upon tho necessity of tho coun
of Packertou,were appointed viewers to
ty bridge across Laural Run, iu Laus
The wholosale llfiuor license of .Tnlin
F. Weiler. at Lehluhton. was transfer.
ou jouu ii. noons,
John O. E. Uoettner. of Pucker
townsnip, was uiscnarged as an insol
vent debtor. Hugh ilcUade. of Allen.
town, nud Charles Costeubador. of
Lower Towumonslug, mndo petition to
uo uiscuargeu at tno June term or
Court. All were defendants In F. and
The Gran2 J nrv acted unon sixteen
l.liinr rrtir. ......... s-n-iAi i-i
mi', o iiHiiuiiiiom, oi wuicu imneeu
were found true and three Iminred
Tho members visited the jail, which
...... iuuiiu wroui uub mu piuuioiug lu
somo of tho cells and water closets is
out or repair and the roof is also in
bad shape. The canal bridge at Weiss
no rt is atmin Condemned, f liu rnnrla In
Penn Forest aro not what thoy should
bo ajid tho Central Railroad of New
u ersey is reporteu to nave planted a
siding in n pulilio road bed at Lehigh
Gap. As to the canal bridse. tho Dis-
trl.t Attorney stated, when tho report
was read, that ho had the promise of
the Lehigh Coal & Navagation Com
pany mat it would be rebuilt bv June.
As to tho repairs needed at the,iail.
tho Court directed the Distrct Attor
ney to place mat part of the report be
lore tue iountv tjommisaioiiern
Two of our fishermen made a trip
to White Haven last Saturday, but re
turned without any of the speckled
Lewis II. R.hrlg is the champion
angler so far this season, he oaught teu
pounds at Mud Run last Tuesday.
Key. Longaere, formerly of Mahon
ing, will prenth a trial sermon here on
Owing to the late rains our roads
are In a deplorable condition, lieiug
almost Impassable in some places.
William AntUsas aud family, of
Bowman's, Suudaysd among friends at
Dr. Sitlsr made a business trip to
Lehlsjuton tats weeK
Daniel rrlU is olearine away the
debris left from tlie late fire that des
troyed hU be ust; be will build a new
one in tlie near future.
Our eyolsrs are anxiously awaiting
dry roads so they oau test their wheels
It is rumored that the sobooldlrec.
tors hare decided to build a new school
house with all the mod.ru improve
ments, dnriug the oonitug sumtusr,
J. D. Balllet has leased hre bun
dred acre, of woodland from the John
Hal lie t Estate and commenced cutting
it down on Tuesday.
Died st S u in in it mu.
The friends of Mri. James E. Me.
Daniel will lnuuh regret to learn of her
asatb alter three weeks illness at ber
late boms in Summit Hill. She was
the early desttb ot a good wife aud
motner. interment was made ou Mon
day ut Mahoning Valley.
Fifty rolls sf chicken wire just
received at tiabel'a. It will be sold bv
the yard or rail at low prices.
A report bus beeu goiug the round-.
of the m wspapers iu the I-bigh Valley
to the effect that Miss Ida Vouns. au
I estimable young lady In the employ of
I'8 ,AWTCU "'VJ' t,he u"P,ulir 1n,t
atreet milliner, bad jumped from a
f.t m.,i.. ..a, . .JZ .i. t
i V. depot seme days ago This report
in absolutely false and has ewdeutly
I beeu put lu cm ulutiou by some mall
ennis pertasu to juiiioy Mian ouug
Whoever the smart le Is. if uppre
hernias! he ill be dealt vsitn to the full
eteut of the las
COMING AND GOING.
UIIIKK ITTMS Of 1'UIIIILV I'HllSONAI.
Coneernlng I'rople Who Visit anil On
Vlslllng Here, There and Uverywhere.
. .John Bonder, of Mauch Chfluk, was
,)n town on Tuesday.
..Mrs. Wlpplehouee, of Nebraska,
after a pleasant visit here has returned
to her home.
.The affable Frank Miller, of South
street, spent Sunday at Saegersville
. .George, and H. TJirKtJmerar. of
Jamestowflljreat Bmifonon Sunday.
. Mrs Eu Jones, of Uankway, spent
Sunday with her parents at Hroad-
.Fred E. Miller, of FirsCstreet, was
at tho county seat on Mbnday.
M. T. Trexler, Lehlghton's genial
wagon and carriage builder, did bull-
at Allentown on Saturday.
.HenrT Banchsploe, of Harrltv, was
here on Tuesday. He Is just back
from a two weeks visit to Monroe
, Miss Llllie Green, of Msuoh Chunk-
Is visiting her sister Mrs. John Esch!
on Unnkwny, ' ,
.Our popular young friend Tilub.
Kner, of Philadelphia, spent last Sun-
day In town with old frionds and
..I. E. McDnnlel, of. Summit Hill.
was hero on Wednesday.
, ilsou Bitner and wife, of Laus-
ford, wero in town on H'odnesdny, when
Mr. U. bought n flno carriage from M.
VtAt Holrller- r,nimli, t 11.
Chicago Beef Co., did business at
Alloutown on (Tuesday.
Miss Aunto Belgho, of Mauch
Chunk, wns tho guost of Miss Aggie
Hank, on First street, Sunday.
Jllss Aggie Hauk speut Wednesday
nt Mauch Chunk, the guost of Mrs.
C. A. Rox.
A. A. Koons, of Allentown, ono of
the happiest hustlers lu the Valley was
iu town on Wednesday, the guest of
lolin II. Koons. Mr. Koons is now pro-
paring a D3 edition of the history of
tho L. V. In which Lehighton and our
lutorcsts will be represented.
shlanders believe thnt thoy
bavo n winner.
Hk Pottsvllle's club will include
playors from Schuylkill and Carbon
if Shenandoah Is agitating tho
formutlon of a team,
tST Mahanoy City will bo on deck
when the season opens.
S$u The Wouthorly club has beou ro
orgauized for the coming season and is
ready for games.
ty Tho formation of a coal region
league is being agitated, to Include
clubs from Shamokin, Milton, Ashland
Mannnov city, Lansford and Pottsville.
tSTTho Wilburton team with the
accession of Joe Young, of-Mt. Carmel,
UiTinuey and McOaryey, of Hazleton,
will have one of tho best amateur teams
in the region.
if. The DanvRleStntoLeaguo team
Is now ready to take the field. A. G.
McCoy will manage nud captain the
team and play second base. Tho
pitchers are McLaughlin, Hayes and
Hill; catchers, Cross, Eagan and Chap,
lln; first base, Clark; short stop, Miller,
third base, Martin; floldors, Heed aud
BP" Brady aud Ula'iu, of Pittsburg,
who have signed to play with Jeanes
ville this year agalu aro ou deck.
Sehock, who was given a trial by tho
Philadelphia National League team nt
the opening of this season; has also
accepted a position on tho team. He
Is highly recommended as a first-class
pitcher. He, In company with Fair-
burst, aro expected Saturday.
S3T Tho following clubs comprise the
State Leaguo: Allentown, Altoona,
Danville, Easton, Harrisburg, Johns
town, Scranton ad York.
CsV. The players of the Allentown
club will report forduty In a day or
two. They aro: Lukens aud iloakin.
pftchers; Potts nud Clark, .catchers;
Golden, 1st base; Conroy, 3d base;
Kappel, 3d base; Jones, short stop;
Ely, left field; Nyo, centre field.
CV The Moreu base ball club has
organized for the season of 18113. Mr,
Jos. Connell is manager of the team.
Ml amateur teams deslrlug games, ad
dress Jos. Connell, Morea, Pa.
The Hazleton olub Is organised.
Seveu out of the nine players necessary.
have been chosen. They are Mayer,
Dryfoos, MoMonlgal, Switzgable, Oau
non aud O'Dounell. Two players are
to be imported. They are Ulrieh, of
Heading, aud Sprogel, of Philadelphia,
OT A force -at men are now at work
repairing the Jeanesville grounds and
getting the park In readiness tor the
oomlng season. There may not be auy
games played at heme the present
mouth but the elub will open the sea
son with a game iu Easton or Sstasau
qua. New unifornu) are purchased for
the team for this teason whioh will be
a dark blue outfit.
OT Lehighton has organised for TJ3
by looting the following ofUoers:
President, Charles E. Urtnkmau; sec
retsry aud treasurer, Charles A. Wag
tier; manager, Hugh MoAoiff. The
Park will be put in good order and a
strenuous effort made to get together
a Hue team. There is no reason why
the sport should not be well supported.
Let everybody do something to keep
the "ball rolling."
tST The Philadelphia Press Clu .
wauta to play two games at Luuafonl
on Decoration Day. The team la made
up aa follows. Betley, pitcher in the
Southern league last year and later of
I Iha niptmia nl,,U I ., .1,1 c... II,,., I7..1,,
I P'b- VT. PUtown,
Jf8' of thB Pr"' elul. 2b; Daly and
Dunn ot last year's Reading State
league team, oaU-bers and inBeldera;
Tom Williams, lb; Clayton, Guest aud
Miller of last year'. Allentown team.
SKEll I'DI VTOtS
T armera aud all others who want nae
seed potatoes should not fall to call ou
O. J. tiaeger, opposite the oaual, East
Weisaiort, who baa now on baud ready
for sale two two car loads of the Uur-
bauk auu White Star variety These
potutoea are the tiueat iu the market
aud farmers awl others should not
buy until they see what he has (,me
quick for they are going fuat
LARGEST $1.00 PAPER IN
WEISSPORT AND AROUND,
.MNOS 11II1EI I.Y l:i'ITI.
The IlottiR of the Week Interlended Willi
Baker Charles Laurr was at Allen
town on Monday.
Levi Horn and W. II. Reber yrere
nt Allentown ou Tuesday.
--Edward ii Ills, of Mokeesport. lec
tured on tempernuoe to an apprecia
tive audience In theEvangelioalohuroh
on Tuesday evenlug.-
- -Miss Sol Yeukle, of Union Hill, ts
reported quite 111.
Charles Itapp and daughter, of
rhiladelphia, Suudayed with Mrs. Geo.
Rapp aud daughters ou White street.
Mrs. C. W. Laury spent last Thurs
day with Wllkesbarre friends.
Rev. J. E. Freeman, of Boyertown,
nt one time pastor of the Reformed
congregation here, was oalllug on old
friends here this week.
Harl.man A Hongen are tho own
era of a line now quadruped just pur
chased from Leijl Boyor,of Millport.
Miss Sadie Brown, of Bowmans
town. Sundayed with John Zeigeufus
qn Union Hill.
Prof. Smyser, principal of tho
Union Hill schools, will coutluuo hero
during the summer. Many patrons of
the schools hope to see tho professor
re-elected to the prlucipalshlp.
Ed Solt and John Gaumer have
built handsome stables on their Uniou
R. J. Hongen was down in old
Northampton this week.
Miss Laura Levan, of the county
scat, was the guest of Benjamin Breyr
fogel up on Union Hill last week.
Austin Boyer has boon made execu
tor for tho estate of the late Jos. Ilex.
Ed Schifrerstlne, tho pleasant and
corteous salesman In Blery's drug store
spent last Sunday at Tamaqua.
A good frame dwelling house to
gether with all necessary outbuildings
nicely located ou Union Hill. Apply
to Robert Klotz.'
Prof. D. W. L. Davis and wife wero
with friends at Lansford last Sunday.
Hiss Mary Whitehead, one of tho
most successful lady teachers In this
end of tho couuty, will next Monday
open a select school iu tho Franklin
For reut, a nice store room next
door to the Fort Allen IIou-,e. Apply
to Ileury Christman.
Wm. Hollluger, oged 79 years, three
months and 22 days died on Woduos
day last following a long Illness: In
terment was made on Friday. Rev. C.
E. Creltz, officiated at tho last snd rites
An aged widow survives.
Rov, C. E. Creltz, pastor of the Re
formed congregation, will confirm a
class of fifteen catechumens on Satur
day evening. On tho Sunday morning
following the holy communion will bo
admlnlstored to the congregation.
J. K. Rickert, and grand son Harry.
are back from a trip to Virgina. While
In the old rebel state Mr. Rickert
oaught twenty-five pounds of fine plko.
Tho fair and festival Iu school hall
on Thursday, Friday and Saturday
evenings of last week under the aus
pices of the Ladies Faithful Friends,
was a splendid social aud financial suo
cess the amount cleared running up
to seyernl hundred dollars'. The so
ciety desires the Stroller to heartily
thank nil who patronized or rendered
assistance in any way.
II. R, Kreidler who launched iu
the carriage and wagon business in J.
Ituch's uew bailding on the oast side,
has just closed negotiations for tho
purchase of the building. Harry has
met with the most gratifying success
In his business, so much so in fatjt.that
he will be compelled at an early day to
greatly enlarge his present quarters.
Hurrah, for Kriedler and his cheap
A large number of shares for the
proposed shoe factory have already
been taken, but more must be sub
scribed for to guarantee the success of
the enterprise. The number of shares
to bo issued are 400 aud tho price of
eaoh share is 25. Levi Horn lias do
nateu a sue for tue factory free of all
ouarge. If all our people show the same
progressive spirit there will be uo ques
tion about the success of the project,
Let everybody oome up. Dos't wait
to be called on, but everybody put vim
and spirit Into the enterprise and long
before the 4th of July' we will have a
shoe faotory In full working order. Let
there bo no delay. All move lively.
; Aulhouy's foundry at Han to, des
troyed by are last week, was iusured
"' Lausford will have the Westing
house system of incandescent Illumi
", Lausford is about organising a
First Natioual Bank. George W.
Davis, of Centralis, is working up the
T Only MM wasjsleared or the Laus
ford Eisteddfod ou Good Friday.
1 A uew Building and Loan Associa
tion Is about being organised in Laus
ford, Messrs. T. M. Wttlldln, John A
Quinii, Geo. M. Davlea, W. D. Thomas,
Wallace Druaihelleft. John F Lauer
and V . . Thomas are heading the
movement. At Summit Hill oue will
also be started.
" Edward Reilly, a N'esqnehoning
cigar maker, is dead. He was thirty-
two years of age and leaves a widow
and two ohildreu.
How Hueh lh You Hpemlr
A mau spends more money in tobacco
in a year thau he thiuks. Jimt figure
up the average amnuut you invest iu
cigars, pipes, chewing tubaoco, etc.
very week. You will And you pro bah
Iv spent enough siaoe last Fourth of
July to buy a nice spriug suit of riot hea.
Why not aUip the habit r It is a lux
ury and unnecessary. Oue box of
liitl'b tablets, ad.ertii.ed elsewhere iu
this papei, would make you loose all
desire tu aumke, chew or drink lliiuoi
It', a fact
FIs. 1-lu.rr Harness.
A full line of single aud double liar
I neb"' 1"1"'' fly ""e',, d,!' "um'
mer D'"eb.. - 'or spriug trade at
1 Te,r ri-as""able pi ices at Milton Flory'a
, webl,orf. Pa. tf
Dou't buy a parTor clock till you
have Mwn am, ,..,, K ,,,.
atul.k M w , b moll. um uo(.ket
The Ilu, loess of the Adjonrned MeetlnK
The nd Imlrniwl miunitll mbAtllic was
called to order in.the office ot the Sec
retary on Thursday evening. All mem
bers of council were preseut with the
exception of J. F. Moulthrop, of the
TllO rmmmlttAA no Mlt! .treat ornfla
reported that that thoroughfare had
never been graded or laid out. The
members of the committee were L. J.
Heldt. U.J. Kiinf ami W. S Knnh.
ihe committee on the lleckendorf
matter rermrfml that tha ilwotllncr
house on the comer of 2nd and Coal
streets, belougiug to Mr. lleckendorf,
axtended one and a half feet on the
line. The committee wns L. J. Heldt,
S. Koch and II. T. Strann. The ro.
port was accepted aud tho committee
The commutes ou the T. A. Snvder
matter of making sener ooanectlon.
grade of South Main Tjiiip. .tn rA.
ported thut they believed that tho
matter could bo compromised.
Theodore Kemorer was nresent and
expressed a desire that property own
ers along tue wost side of Second
street, betweeu.Coal aud Ochre should
lay pavements. .Tnsenh Cnirret- and
Tobias Buss wero preseut for the same
A motion was made and carried Hint.
property .owners along both sides sf
tne uuove thoroughfare should lay
pavements within thirty days from last
Henry Beckendorf was preseut. Ho
i'ant8 the borough to remove Ida ...
cavations. The matter was discussed
nt length and It was flilnllaly decided
that the excavations should be removed
by tho supervisor.
Johu Hauk. Jr.. was nresent. in the
Interest of a bill for damages that was
laid "under" tho table at a previous
meeting. A motion that the bill should
be paid was defeated.
The following bills wore nresnnted
and ordered paid.
Henry Miller, lumber 8 3.05
Carbon Advoeate, printing 19.00
" petition was received from the
residents of Cypress street, praying
for street illumination, grade aud
payements. Crnress street Is 7nn feet
long and runs west from Third. Tho
uetition was placed ou file.
A motion Was made anil cnrrln.1 thof
a bridge ' should be put across the
gutter on Forth street, at tha inter
section of Keystone.
Moses Rehrig was ordered tn re Tin I p
the pavement iu front of his dwelling
ou South street.
Pavements are to be laid on Fn-irth
streot from Alum to Mahoning.
ine sink boles in culvort at. Sween'a
Coruer are to be fixed. This Is verv
An ordinance taxlnir neddlnrs
passed, and L S. Koch moved Hint, fin
copies be printed by the Press. It was
The Board of Health rennrted ns
follows for March, No. of births, males
li females, 7; marriages, 7; communi
cabel diseases. 5: housos nuarentlned.
3; death certificates lssued,ll;translent
permits received, 2; transient permits
issued, i; burial' permits granted, 11;
nuisances reported, 11; cash reoeived,
FIllST NATIONAL HANK.
Our Hanklnc Institution to lie Itebullt and
Of the banking Institutions of the
Lehigh Valley we know of none that
shows more signs of prosperity than
does the First National of this town.
This institution was organized and
opeued for business in Obert's block,
in tno early part of the deoade of 70.
W. W. Bowman, now of Slatitigton.was
cashier, aud Irviu Olewino, of First
street, was teller. Tho first depositor
was Poor Auditor Henry 8. Rlnker,
now ef the Daily Times, Mauch Chunk.
The capital stock of the institution
was fixed at SCO.OOO, and later was
raised to 75,O00. From the start
the bank's finances have been carefully
and cleyerely managed, to that oxteut
that the bank now does its business In
its own building aud bus a surplus that
shoots far InttTthe thousands of dol-
lars. To keep pace with their prosper.
Uy the building now oooupiod will in
the verv near future be remoddelled.
It will be put on a Hue with the pave
ment, which together with an exten
sion to the rear aud an addition on the
north side will give the necessary room
to oonTenlently transact rapidly grow
ing bu.lnes. The front of the building
will be handsome and modern In design
The interior fixtures will be substan
tial and handsome. The present safes
will be replaced with large, strong, tire
and burglar proof vaults. John T.
Sentinel is the able,eQloient and affable
cashier. Mr. Semmtl bat held this po
sition for several years and to bis wise
and earef ul management and excellent
judgment is due considerable of the
bunk's success. The gross earnings
for last year were 1,734.82. The in
dividual deposits last week reached
high water mark amounting to 190,
080. R. F, Uofferd is president of the
bank, and II. J. Brotney, one ot our in
dustrious oitiseus, is the sooquinodat
riVK HUNIIIIHIl IIOLLAHR.
Five Hundred Dollars will be paid
by Dr. Uo vers the Specialist, for a case
of Asthma, Catarrh, Piles or Falling
Fits he falls to cure. Chronic disease,
Canoer, Turners, Blood Poison, Dyspep
sia, Liver, Kidney, Rheumatism, Heart
Disease cured. Female disease &c,
(ndiBcretiou of young men, Meutel
Decay, loss of strength power, nervous
ness &o. No experiment but a cure.
Thousands cured by my own new
methods of treatment, over 20 years iu
constant practice, Cousulbatiou free
at the Weissport House, Weiss port, IV
Will remain until the ftrat of May
Come at once. 3-2A-:im.
l'l'Hl.lt: SALK HKOIHTKIl.
Peraous who have sale bills printed
at our ofllce, can posithely sae teu
cents ou every dollar, ou the price
charged elsewhere, aud secure a notice
iu this Sale Itegisfer free of charge
Wt will ante up your sale, print the
lulls almost while you wait We hae
all kinds of li?plaj farm cuts to illus
trate bills. It you can't come, send us
your order aud it will be promptly filled.
Salman i. A,, til u Ilnim-I Iks-lt. Malwuliu.
laiiiiuiu ,Un a anil lioiiavlmlil aisyt,
- That !.UJ Ouk or Walnut clucks
the greatest liarguiu eer offeied iu a
block, couie in and set theui at h II
Hold's, .duuch Chunk
Kpieas Magous, 7."i cents uud up
wanis at (.libel's, First sheet.
SECRET SOCIETY DOINGS.
Ssel.tr Tld-lHt. of Interest to tlie Msih
bers of the Fraternltr.
Penrose Zellner ts collecting cash
for the purchase of a silk flag for Capt,
Jos. S. Webb Camp 95, S. of V., of town,
"Ileddy" is meeting with suceess.
Carbon Castle, No. Ill Knights of
tho Oolden Eagle, of town, have pr
cured a dispensation which for the next
two mouths will allow them to admit
candidates at any age between IB and
43 years for 13.00 for all tko degrees.
See one of tho members aud get an ap.
plication card nud a pamphlet.
A eanvas of the P. O. S. of A. camps
in this State shows that the order is
taking quite an active Interest in the
public affairs. To an Inquiry sent out
to the camps of tho State by the State
sect etary, throo hundred and live of
of the six hundred and sovouty-flv.
camps responded, aud theso three hun
dred and live camps report that they
have four hundred aud thlrty-Ure mem
bers iu the various school boards;
Camp SI, of Sultillo. Huntingdon Co.,
bus six members lu the school board
eight camps have each five members,
llfteen camps each have four members,
and twenty-two camps have each three
members in the school board, Those
three hundred and tVe camps aro re
prosent.d in the House of Representa
tive by sixteon members in tho .State
Senate and oue In Congress. Thirty
six oamps own their own buildings,
There are eight members occupying
the office of DistrlcfAttorueys, Ilvo as
Recorder of Deeds, six County Com
mlsiopers, six Registers of Wills, two
Shcrllfs.twonty postmasters, live couu
ty superlnteudents of public schools,
four Coroners, three Mayors; in add!
tlou to the foregoing thero are a great,
number holding other minors btale
county and city offices. Camp No. 031
of Chatnbersburg, heads the list us a
camp of ofllce holders havlug on its
roll the Statu Senator, Register and
Recorder, Prothonotarj-, District At
toruey, Deputy Recorder, Register und
four School Directors, Canqr No. 321
oflluntiugdon, is second ou the list.
having oue member of the Stute Legis
lature, Sheriff, Register and Recorder
and County Commlsslot.ers,
Frauk August and Miss Matv Mc-
Laughliu are married.
William StttUSUOl-rv" was arrested
on Monday charged with assault and
oattory ou oath of his wife. The enso
was settled. Thoy have decided uet to
uve together tn the future.
"The Old Homestead" t lmnV.,1
for Concert Hall, V rlday evening, 28th
Instant, Manager John Fa im is tn be
complimented for securing so excellent
an attraction for Concert Hall. The
play Is ono of the best on the American
Douglas Craig und Euireno O. N'oth.
stlne woro last week admitted as full
Hedged attorneys at tho Carbon Countv
Bar. Both young men are a credit to
tue profession. Mr. Craig is u son of
that brainy, brilliant legal giant, Hon.
.vuen uraig, who represented this dis
trict with great credit aud distinction
iu tho State Seuato somo years ago.
uoug graduated from Lufavnttn Col.
lege, Easton, several years ugo. He
is perserviug, pains taking and In
telligent aud lias a larire cirnla of
Meads not only hore at homo, but ull
over the county. Lawyer Nothstlne,
is n native of Mahoning Vall.y. H0"ls
nn industrious, bright, intelligent anal
capable young man, with sheepskius
trom l'alatluato College Movoratoivn.
and from Franklin & Marshall Bt
Lancaster. He read law in the ofllce
of Fryman & Heydt. Eugeuo will suc
ceod If push and energy oouut. He
made his maideu plea for Al Friend,
who was convicted on " tho charge of
adultery, and It wus well received. We
wish both young men success.
The Harrisburg Morning Call, of
the 17th Inst., iu its editorial oolumns
had this to say of our esteemed towua
man: It is said that Senator W. M,
Rapsher, of Mauoli Chunk, is nnn nl
the safest uud moat reliable men in the
present Legislature. He dou't talk
much, but everybody knows that be it
a scholar, a forolbie and impressive
speaker, siieaklng alwavs tu the nolnt
Higher honors no doubt await him in
the future. His constituents oould Und
no oue better fitted tn renreaut them.
He Is indeed worthy to succeed himself.
Next Wednesday promises to be i
gala day for Mauoh Chuuk on tlie o
oasion of Odd Fellow Day, lu honor of
the 71th anniversary of the founding
oi ine order In this eonutry. It is ex
pected that at least 2500 meu will be in
Hue, together with fifteen to twenty
uauds of music William II. Amdr.
East Mauoh Chuiik Lodge, No. 1000,
lias been assigned the oilloe of chief
marshal: Dr. F.U. Ibaob.Mnueh Chunk,
No. 76, marshal tint division; Thome
smitnam, Jiauoli Chunk, Xo. 70, mar
shal second division, aud Herman Rlh
man, East Mauch Chunk, 1006, marsh '
Three Hours Ut 01.au Ulm Vi.
Joseph Kllutop, of Millport, who was
brought to St. Lukes Hospital last Fri
day, is Improving. He was injured bv
the explosion ot a charge of dynamite
In a quarry where be was working.
Ills eyes aaa face reoeived tbe bruut of
the explosion. It was at first feared he
might loose bis eyeseght, but the doc
tors have high hopes of savlug both
eyes. It took three hours to piok the
dirt and powder out of Kliuetop's eves
face and ouest. Bethlehem Times.
A Ch.1i llooaiit ot Tan Per Cut
on ail ready-made mens, boys' and
children's suits and punts. We will
allow the above discount for the next
. days as we must have the room for
building purposes; we oaa save you at
least o. on every suit yon buy from
us. Bouilueim's One Price Star Ciotb
iug Hall, Mauoh Chunk.
linliy coaches from 6 upwards st
(label's Hardware store.
Dr. Hardy T Rhodes, of Ithica, N.
Y , youngest sou of Mr aud Mrs. E. H.
Khodes formerly of Lehightou. srsdu
ated with high bonois trom the Long
Isluud Medical College, and lias re-
ceived the apiailntmeut n a uieuibei
1 of the staff of Kli.gs Couuty Hospital
, L)i Rhodes i iu love within-, i,ioi,..
um aud will uo doubt take high lank
iu the medical world.
- Flue toilet iper at l.aUiV
I ON THE RAILROAD.
UHIEr MENTION OF A WEKK'B IJO
INGS ON THIS UAH,.
Short raraeraphs That Will be of luterest
to the llallread Bovs.
t Engineer Herman lllookor of
Lehigh Valley 3138 it off Indefinitely for
burning his engine.
J Jehu Beaver, of Franklin, is Bring
for Engineer Will Freeman on Valley
t Blgh.art.d Jack Walters, ef Le
bight. u, is pulling tk. tkrottl. os
Valley 13 after a few w.sks vacation.
Touey llarklus.ot llauch Chunk is
backoa the Valley after a long illness.
He pulls the turottlo on engine U40 oil
the new six o'clock Eaateu coal run
Fred Jessmer is fireman, aud jolly
Charley Aruer, of Weissport, is eou
t For the big railroad aieetlug of all
tho brotherhoods ut Tamaqua on the
30th the Jorsey Central will run a free
train from Jersey City. The traia will
leave Lehlghtou station at six o'clo.k
and returning will loave Tamaqua at
four o'clock. Only railroad breth.r
hood meu will be allotted on tbe train,
and they must show their card and bo
iu good standiug. No wemen or child
rea will be allowed tree trausportatiou.
t Tho bulk ot tho Lehigh Valley liaz
letou regiou freight now goes via Penn
Haveu J unction. Uutil a f.w da.ys.ago
it w.ut over the Highland branch, but
tho Jersey Coutral's charges tells oa
th. Upper i.ehigh blanch eousuiaed a
large portion ot the profits, sa that tho
Lekigk Valley decided te use its own
linos, even though tho distance is much
greater. White Haveu Journal.
t In a lateopiuiou the supremo court
says that if au engineer ou a railroad
esglue, approaching t point where it
is bis duty to aosud tho whistle, as re
quired by the stututes, oks.rv.s near
by on a highway a mau struggling with
a team of horses hitched, to a wag.u
aud can baa from the surroundings
that sounding a whistle will make the
steam uumauag.abla und greatly en
danger the team and man, it Is hli
duty to desist until tk. danger point
is passod, or if necessary to btop the
the train, and if he doos not, but need
lessly sounds the whistle and permits
steam to escape, causing them to run
away, tho company is liable for tbe In
t The operation of tbe Fhllaielphla
aud Kcadlug Railroad Relief Asso.la
tiou for tho month of Marsh shows
payments uggr.gntlag 810,420, of which
there was paid on account of deaths,
5i,700; on account of accidents dis
ablement S0,C06 and on aicount of sick
disablement, S3,000. There wero nine
teeu'death claims said, nine frem acci
dents and ten from natural causes.
The total number of cases reported
during the month was 883,
I Practical railroad men account it a
great triumph that they have kneckod
out tho old theory that every engineer
must have his own pet engine and
must not be asked to run any other
Until only a few years ago this was the
rule even on the greatest road. Each
englu.er grew accustomed to and fond
f an engiue and believed he coald get
good work out of it, while a strafiger te
it would be sure to havo th. sum. treu
ble that wo would expeet with a strange
engine. That is!all chauged now and
engineers are expected to leave their
sentimental notions at home and take
out whatever .ngin. tb.y are assigned
t.. New York Sun.
t Th. United States Exaress oin
panv on Thursday ren.wod its contract
with the C.atral Railroad ot New
Jersey and tho report that the Adams
would soon again resume business in
tkoValIoyill uotbe.'broughtto realiza
tion, The U. S. express first gained a
foothold In the Eastern Pennsylvania
territory oovered by tho Jersey Cen
tral and Lehigh Valley railroads in
1888, und at once built up au euor
mous business, sarrying most of th.
heavy goods to and from New York
especially the raw material and manu
factured produots of Pennsylvania silk
mills. In January last It captured tbe
c.Utract with the Lehigh Valley Rail
road aud now has a monopoly ot the
express business in the Lehigh Valley
aud coal regions.
rnoii nis hollow
Joseph Moyer la on the sick list.
D. A. Rehrig Is the owner of 0U
A party of y.ung ladiss and gents
ot Lehlghtou w.r. visiting tho family
of Chat. Lent oue evening last week
among whom were John and Juc.b
Heberling, Geo. Kibler and Wm. Seidel,
Misses Emma Ilartung, Sarah Heber
ling, Amelia Lcntz and Ouasie Ererltt
Oscar Frltzinger and family, left
for Indiana, where they will reside in
Lewis Miller lias moved with bis
family from Mauoh Chuak, to this
place with John Miller.
The Institute opened ou Monday
April 17, with the largest registration
oLstudents In the history of the s.hool
The Prluolpal Prof. 9. W, Sitlsr, re
ports that a number of students will
be added next week. Some of the
rural school, is this and adjoining
oouaties have net as yet oompleted tke
winter term of sokool, .ont.quent1y
tha teaohers ot said soho.ls and their
advanced pupils will not register un
til next week.
A piano box bujrey in first-class con
dition. Apply to D. Ii. Oulton, onpo
site the nark. First .ire.t. Ihlun-
A cream ol tartar baking
w1r. Highest of aH ln
iiwniri.' st,, nfh. rLatHst
Unilcil Stat"- I mi . i nnuent Food
iU urt Ko il JlaHuiff Wtli-r
Co., lOt, Wall St., J. V.